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									Spring 2013
Class Schedule
College of Business, Arts, Sciences and Education




 Priority Registration: Nov. 5, 2012
 Late Registration: Jan. 8-25, 2013
 Classes Begin: Jan. 15, 2013
A Time for Friends
Learning, growing, having fun...you can do it all with a little help from Friends.
Friends University was founded more than a century ago with a goal of academic excellence. Through the years, it has grown into a comprehensive, liberal
arts university offering more than 40 undergraduate majors and pre-professional programs. In a similar way, we feel that the years you spend at Friends —
taking challenging courses, working with our expert and caring faculty, learning and having fun with your fellow students — will allow you to grow into a
successful, well-rounded individual.


Late Registration
Students who have not completed the registration process, including their financial obligations, can register online until August 31, 2012. Paper registration
is accepted by the University Registrar during normal business hours.



Spring 2013 Early Registration-Online
Nov 5 : Juniors and Seniors only       8 a.m.-Noon
Nov 5: Open Enrollment                 12 Noon



Spring 2013 Dates to Remember
Jan. 8-25               Late Registration
Jan. 15                 Classes begin (Tuesday)                                       Final Exam Schedule
                                           st                                         Thursday, May. 2 Reading Day
Jan. 18                 Last day to add 1 8-week classes
Jan. 21                 Martin Luther King Jr. Day (no classes, offices               Friday, May 3
                        closed)                                                                8 a.m. Writing Classes Final
Jan. 25                 Last day to add semester-length classes online                         10 a.m. All 11 a.m. MWF
Jan. 28                 To add semester-length classes, add/drop forms                         1 p.m. All 1 p.m. T and TH
                        must have the professor, advisor and Dean’s                            3 p.m. All 3 p.m. classes
                        signature and brought to the University                       Monday, May 6
                        Registrar to be processed. Drops only require                          8 a.m. All 9 a.m. MWF
                        signatures from the professor and your advisor.                        10 a.m. All 10, 10:30, 11, 11:30 a.m. and 12 pm T &TH
Feb. 1                  Last day to file Intent to Graduate for                                1 p.m. All 1 p.m. MWF
Feb. 15                 Spring Graduates                                                       3 p.m. All 4 p.m. and 5 p.m. classes
                                             st                                       Tuesday, May 7
                        Last day to drop 1 8-week classes
Feb. 18                 Any exception must come from the Dean.                                 8 a.m. All 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. T and TH
                        President’s Day (no day classes, evening classes                       10 a.m. All 10 a.m. MWF
                        Beginning at 4:00 p.m. (or later) will meet.                           1 p.m. All 2 p.m. MWF
Mar. 9                  Mid-Term (end of first 8-week Classes)                                 3 p.m. All 2 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. T and TH
Mar. 11                 2nd 8 week classes begin                                      Wednesday, May 8
Mar. 15                 Last day to add 2nd 8-weeks classes                                    8 a.m. All 8 a.m. MWF
Mar. 18-22              Spring Break, (No classes)                                             10 a.m. All 12 p.m. classes
Mar. 28                 Last day to drop Semester-length classes                      Thursday, May 9
Mar 29                  Good Friday (no classes, offices closed)                               Evening classes only. Final at regular class time
Apr 8                   Priority Registration Begins for Fall 2013
Apr 19                  Last day to drop 2nd 8-week classes                           ALL EVENING AND SATURDAY CLASSES will conduct their final
                        Any exception must come from the Dean.                        exams on the last session of class during exam week. Evening
May 2                   Reading Day (no daytime classes)                              classes meet as usual on Reading Day during exam week
May 3-9                 Finals
May 11                  Commencement
May 27                  Memorial Day (offices closed)



REFUND DATES FOR Spring 2013:
16 week Classes ( 1/15/13-5/10/13): 100% - 1/15 thru 1/25                                50%- 1/26thru 2/11                       25% - 2/12 thru 3/12
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1 8 week Classes (1/15/13-3/09/13): 100% - 1/15/ thru 1/21                               50%-1/22 thru 1/28                      25% - 1/29 thru 2/11
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2 8 wek Classes (3/11/13-5/10/13): 100%-3/11 thru 3/18                                  50%-319 thru 3/25                        25%- 3/26 thru 4/9
                                                       Step 6: Bookstore Information                             Administrative Withdrawal may be initiated by
Registration Procedures                                                                                          the appropriate office if a student:
Each student must complete the following steps         Textbooks may be purchased online at
                                                       www.friends.bkstr.com or in the Bookstore.                    1. Has failed to provide the documentation
to be registered for classes.
                                                       Students who are eligible for Bookstore vouchers                 required by the University in order for the
                                                       and do not complete the registration process                     student to achieve full admission status. The
Step 1: Academic Advising                              must pick up their book voucher from the                         student will have four weeks after the first
All students must meet with their academic             Financial Aid Office or Student Account Services.                day of classes to obtain all needed
advisor to select classes. Advisors will distribute                                                                     information.
PINS for online registration.                                                                                        2. Has failed to meet the University's basic
                                                       Step 7: You are finished when you                                standards for academic performance and/or
                                                       have:                                                            progress.
Step 2: Registration                                                                                                 3. Has failed to make payment of tuition and/or
                                                         • Left a signed original of your SPA at Financial
Students can register online                                                                                            fees to the University in the manner, amount
                                                           Aid or Student Account Services. You keep a
                                                           copy of your SPA.                                            and at the time agreed upon between the
Step 3: Finances                                         • Completed all required financial                             student and the University's Student Account
                                                           arrangements and/or required payments. If                    Services Office.
Students applying for Financial Aid must go to the
                                                           you are uncertain, call Financial Aid at (316)            4. Has failed to meet the University's code of
Financial Aid Office to complete their registration.
                                                           295-5200 or Student Account Services at                      conduct or community life standards.
                                                           (316) 295-5595 to confirm.                            Standard refund policies will apply for the time
Step 4: Tuition and Fees                                                                                         attended. Each student has the right to petition in
All students must go to the Student Account                                                                      writing for an exception to any policy or
Services office to complete their registration. All    Enrollment Changes                                        regulation, including registration and deadlines.
tuition and fees must be paid or payment plans           1. Change in registration includes addition or          The petition may be denied, but students do have
approved before the first day of the fall term.             removal of any courses, change in the                the right to question the policy as it regards their
Payment can be made by cash, check,                         number of credits, change from credit to             situation. Such written petitions should be
MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.            auditor status or vice versa, or change in           addressed to the Exceptions Committee, c/o
At the present time, there is no automatic                  grade option.                                        Office of the University Registrar.
payment option. Even if financial aid fully covers       2. No change in registration is official unless         Complete Withdrawal: If you find it necessary to
your tuition and fees, you must still sign your             made online or in person at University               completely withdraw from the University you
Student Payment Agreement (SPA) in the Office               Registrar.                                           must:
of Student Account Services or Financial Aid             3. Any registered student who does not                      1. Obtain a withdrawal form from the
yourself. All outstanding responsibilities in               officially drop a course is financially liable for          Registrar's Office.
Students Accounts and Financial Aid must be                 the tuition and fees and may receive a grade             2. Complete the withdrawal form and obtain
complete, including any indebtedness to the                 of “F.”                                                     the necessary signatures.
University, by the last day of 100 percent refund      Dropping and Adding Classes:                                  3. Return the withdrawal form to the Office of
or the student will be withdrawn.                      To add or drop a class:                                          the University Registrar for processing.
                                                       DURING 100% REFUND:                                       Incompletes: A student who has failed to fulfill all
                                                       1. Log on to SSB and complete add/drop.                   requirements of a course may petition the
Step 5: Student ID and Computer                        2. Confirm your new schedule in SSB.                      instructor before the close of the term to assign
Access                                                        (See online registration instructions)             the grade “I” (incomplete). The grade “I” is given
Friends University students are required to have a     AFTER 100% REFUND:                                        only for personal emergencies which are
Friends University photo identification card. Once          1. Pick up a form at the Office of the               verifiable and when the student has done passing
you have received the new Friends University ID                   University Registrar.                          work in the course. The responsibility for
card, it will not expire, therefore you do not need         2. Fill out the form with complete                   completing all course work rests with the
a new one each semester, or each time you re-                     information.                                   student.. A “replacement grade” will also be
enroll. You may pick up your ID card in the                 3. Obtain your advisor’s and/or Dean’s               assigned that will be the letter grade the student
Casado Campus Center at the Student Affairs                       and Instructor signature.                      will receive if the missing work is not completed.
Office.                                                     4. Return the form to the Office of the              The “I” will change to the replacement grade only
To receive or verify your Computer User ID and                    University Registrar for processing.           if the “I” remains at the end of the semester for
password for Friends e-mail and access to                                                                        term-based classes (Fall or Spring) following the
Moodle, visit the Information Services                                                                           one in which the “I” was assigned.
Department in the CAPS/IS Facility OR call the                                                                   Grade Change Policy: All requests for a grade
Help Desk at (316) 295-5767.                                                                                     change must be initiated within one year of
                                                                                                                 completing the course and prior to receiving the
                                                                                                                 degree.
General Education
The classes listed below will meet the general education requirements for traditional undergraduate students at Friends University (Eff. Fall 1990).

                                                                           Foundations
                         Category                            Course #                                             Course                               Hrs
FOUNDATIONS OF WORLD                                  HIST 210                 World Civilization 1                                                    3
CIVILIZATION (choose one)                             HIST 215                 World Civilization 2
FOUNDATIONS OF AMERICAN                               POLS 100                 American Government                                                     3
CHARACTER (choose one)                                SOSC 210                 The American Character
                                                      HIST 140                 U.S. History: Through 1865
                                                      HIST 150                 U.S. History: Since 1865
                                                      HIST 321                 African American History
                                                      HIST 322                 U.S. Women’s Hist./Lit. (Multicultural)
FOUNDATIONS OF FAITH                                  REL 110                  Old Testament Survey                                                    3
(choose one)                                          REL 111                  New Testament Survey
                                                      REL 221                  Fnd/Faith: Varieties of Religious Experience
                                                      REL 222                  Fnd/Faith: Developing a Devotional Life
                                                      REL 223                  Basic Christian Beliefs
FAITH AND LEARNING                                    REL 100                  Faith and Learning - 0.5 credits per semester                           2
                                                                               Freshmen must have 4 semesters, Transfer students with 28
                                                                               earned hours or more must have 2 semesters
WORLD CULTURE                                         HIST 421                 History of Africa                                                       3
(choose one, see World Culture                        HIST 422                 History of China
Credit section for other options)                     HIST 423                 Mexican/Mexican American History
                                                      HIST 424                 History of Japan
                                                      HIST 425                 History of India
                                                      HIST 426                 History of South Eastern Europe
                                                      HIST 427                 History of Russia
                                                      HIST 428                 History of Southeast Asia
                                                      SOCI 260                 Cultural Anthropology
                                                      SOSC 310                 The Middle East
                                                      ENGL 420                 Literature of India
                                                                           Perspectives
LITERATURE                                            ENGL 210                 World Masterpieces 1                                                    3
(choose one)                                          ENGL 220                 World Masterpieces 2
                                                                               (If you take HIST 210 you must take ENGL 220)
                                                                               (If you take HIST 215 you must take ENGL 210)
RELIGION & PHILOSOPHY                                 PHIL 100                 Introduction to Philosophy                                              3
(choose one)                                          PHIL 180                 Introduction to Ethics
                                                      REL 230                  Psalms
                                                      REL 231                  Romans
                                                      REL 250                  Christian Heritage
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE                           PSYC 100                 Introduction to Psychology                                              3
(choose one)                                          SOCI 100                 Principles of Sociology
                                                      SOCI 160                 Social Problems
                                                      SOCI/PSYC 210            The Individual & Family in Society
NATURAL SCIENCE                                       NATS 110                 Physical Science                                                        4
(choose one)                                          NATS 120                 Biological Science
                                                      NATS 135                 Introduction to Chemistry
                                                      BIOL 101                 Cellular & Molecular Biology
                                                      CHEM 101                 General Chemistry 1
                                                      PHYS 101                 General Physics 1
FINE ARTS                                             FINA 110                 The Aesthetic Experience Through the Visual Arts                        3
(choose one)                                          FINA 111                 The Aesthetic Experience Through Music
                                                      FINA 112                 The Aesthetic Experience Through Dance
                                                      FINA 113                 The Aesthetic Experience Through Drama

                                                                           Competency
                         Category                            Course #                                             Course                               Hrs
WRITING                                               COMP 110&111             Integrated Writing (2 terms = COMP 201)                                 6
(COMP 201 & 201 for minimum 6 credits required)       COMP 201                 Writing 1 with a C or better                                            3
                                                      COMP 202                 Writing 2 with a C or better                                            3
MATHEMATICS                                           MATH 101                 Math for Liberal Arts                                                   3
(choose one)                                          MATH 102                 Number Concepts for Elem. Teachers
                                                                               (Elementary Education Majors Only)
                                                      MATH 111                  College Algebra
                                                                                A student who successfully passes a mathematics course with a College
                                                                                Algebra prerequisite will be considered to have demonstrated
                                                                                proficiency in College Algebra, but the 3-credit hour requirement must
                                                                                be satisfied in the Math or Natural Science area.

COMPUTERS                                             EDUC 335                   Technology in the Classroom (2 hours, education majors)                        3
(choose one)                                          CSIS 120                   Introduction to Computers for the Liberal Arts
                                                      MIS 270                    Business Software Applications
                                                      MUSC 260                   Music Technology (Music Ed majors only)
SPEECH/INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS                   SPCH 100                   Public Speaking                                                                3
(choose one)                                          PSYC/SOCI 250              Interpersonal Relations
                                                                                 BACHELOR OF SCIENCE degree must have additional                                6
                                                                                  hours in science and/or math
                                                                                 BACHELOR OF ARTS, BACHELOR OF FINE ARTS and BACHELOR OF                        8
                                                                                 MUSIC degrees must have additional hours in a single foreign
                                                                                 language. See Foreign Language Requirements section.
                                                      the instructor giving the exam, and the dean of           • Employment records unless the employment
Academic Information                                  the college (Business, Arts, Science and Education            is contingent on the fact that the employee
Changing Addresses and Names: All students are
                                                      or Adult and Professional Studies). The dean will             is a student.
expected to maintain and correct their local
                                                      report the exam results to the Office of the              • Records maintained by University Security
residence and permanent mailing address with
                                                      University Registrar.                                         solely for law enforcement purposes.
the University and to report any change of
                                                      Repeats: A course previously taken for credit may         • Records maintained for counseling or health
address promptly to the Office of the University
                                                      be repeated. A student may not repeat a course                purposes.
Registrar.
                                                      more than twice (total of three attempts) in an           • Records that contain information relating to
Pass/Fail Courses: Courses taken on a pass/fail
                                                      effort to achieve a satisfactory grade. The most              a person only after the individual is no longer
basis are graded either “P” (for a grade of “D” or
                                                      recent grade achieved by repeating a course is                a student at the University. Friends
above) or “F”. “P” grades are not weighted into
                                                      the grade utilized in student records and                     University accords all the rights under the
the GPA. Only junior and senior level students are
                                                      averages.                                                     law to students in attendance and former
permitted to take up to 12 hours of free electives
                                                      Courses by Special Arrangement: (Independent                  students. These rights are:
pass/fail. Any pass/fail courses must be marked in
                                                      Study, Reading, Special Problems, Conference,               i. The right to inspect and review the
the appropriate space on the enrollment card.
                                                      etc.) Any student wishing to enroll in a course not              student’s educational records within 45
Audit: Students who audit a course attend the
                                                      listed in the Schedule Book must complete a                      days of the day the University receives a
class sessions and may participate in class
                                                      “Request for Special Course Arrangements” form,                  request for access.
activities, but they do not take exams or complete
                                                      which may be picked up in the Office of the                ii. The right to request the amendment of
out-of-class assignments, and they do not receive
                                                      University Registrar. The form must be signed by                 the student’s educational records that the
credit for the course. The course is recorded on
                                                      the instructor, the student’s advisor, the division              student believes is inaccurate or
the student’s transcript for 0 credit with a grade
                                                      chair and the dean of their college.                             misleading.
of “AU.” Hours taken for audit will be charged at
                                                      Overloads: Any student enrolling for more than            iii. The right to file a complaint with the U.S.
1/3 tuition (if outside the package price) and
                                                      17.5 hours must have the dean’s (College of                      Department of Education concerning
should be marked on the enrollment card as
                                                      Business, Arts, Science and Education) approval.                 alleged failures by the University to
“AU”. Audit registration may not be converted to
                                                      Before signing your enrollment card, the dean                    comply with the requirements of FERPA.
credit registration after the second week of a
                                                      must be presented with:                                   iv. The right to consent to disclosures of non-
regular semester nor credit registration be
                                                         1. A copy of your worksheet showing GPA.                      directory information contained in the
converted to audit registration after the second
                                                         2. A note signed by your advisor indicating your              student’s educational records, except to
week of a regular semester. Private lessons from
                                                            capability to handle an overload.                          the extent that FERPA authorizes
the Fine Arts department are not available for
                                                      Transcripts: To receive an official transcript of                disclosure without consent.
audit.
                                                      academic work at Friends University you must                  • The right of currently enrolled students to
Cancelled Classes: The University reserves the
                                                      make a written request. Please see current fee                   request that all directory information be
right to cancel, combine, change the time, day or
                                                      schedule for transcript charges. Transcripts are                 withheld. In order to exercise this right to
location of any class without obligation. The
                                                      not released if you have any indebtedness to the                 privacy, a student must come to the Office
University also reserves the right to change the
                                                      University.                                                      of the University Registrar in Sumpter Hall
instructor and/or instructional methodology
                                                      Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act                          and sign a “no release” form by the end of
without obligation. Schedule changes will be
                                                      Summary of the Friends University Policy: The                    the first week of classes. Friends
available during registration. It is the student’s
                                                      entire Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act                 University assumes that failure on the part
responsibility to be aware of all schedule changes.
                                                      can be found in the Friends University Catalog or                of any student to specifically request the
Request to Accept Other Institutional
                                                      on line at www.friends.edu. The Family                           withholding of directory information
Coursework: Any student wishing to take classes
                                                      Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of                    indicates individual approval for
at another institution to meet his/her degree
                                                      1974, as amended, sets forth requirements                        disclosure.
requirements at Friends must complete an
                                                      regarding the privacy of student records. FERPA        In accordance with FERPA, Friends University has
“Advance Request to Accept Other Institutional
                                                      governs the release of these educational records       designated the following student information as
Coursework,” which may be picked up in the
                                                      maintained by an educational institution and the       public or directory information and may provide
Office of the University Registrar.
                                                      access to these records. Educational records are       this information to anyone: name, address(es), e-
Credit by Examination: Students who want to
                                                      any records maintained in print, computer, tape,       mail address(es), telephone number(s), dates of
obtain credit by examination for a particular
                                                      film, handwriting or other medium related to a         attendance, major field(s) of study, awards,
course must first see the instructor offering that
                                                      student, with the following exceptions:                honors (including Deans List, etc.), degree(s)
course for permission to take the examination. If
                                                         • Records made by University employees that         conferred (including dates), past and present
permission is given, he/she will be given a “Credit
                                                            are kept in the sole possession of the maker.    participation in officially recognized sports and
by Exam” form to be completed by the student,
activities, physical factors (heights/weights) of         Refunds: If a refund is due to a student for tuition
athletes and photographs.                                 and the student received financial aid, the refund
                                                                                                                 Financial Aid
                                                                                                                 Federal Programs: Federally funded programs are
Friends University does not discriminate on the           will be returned to the financial aid programs. The
                                                                                                                 based on financial need and academic standards.
basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability,   refund amount to be returned to the financial aid
                                                                                                                 Priority date for applying is March 1. Federal loan
or age in its programs and activities. The                programs is in accordance with Federal
                                                                                                                 programs require borrowers to complete an
following person has been designated to handle            guidelines. The same formula will be applied to all
                                                                                                                 entrance interview before loan funds are
inquiries regarding this policy: EEOC/Title IX            Federal, State and Institutional aid. Refer to
                                                                                                                 disbursed and an exit interview with the Financial
Coordinator, Friends University, 2100 W.                  Refund Policy.
                                                                                                                 Aid Office before leaving Friends University.
University Ave., Wichita, KS 67213, (316) 295-               Disbursements: Scholarships, grants and loans
                                                                                                                 Student borrowers discontinuing at least half-
5000. Accredited by the Higher Learning                   will be disbursed as a credit to the student’s
                                                                                                                 time study (6 cr. hrs.), graduating, transferring or
Commission and a member of the North Central              account either by direct deposit or by
                                                                                                                 withdrawing must complete an exit interview.
Association, 230 S. LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500,          endorsement of check(s). Direct deposit
                                                                                                                 State Programs: All State funded programs are
Chicago, IL 60604; www.ncahlc.org; 1-800-621-             transactions will be made when the enrollment
                                                                                                                 based on financial need and/or required GPA.
7440.                                                     period commences and 100 percent refund
                                                                                                                 Priority processing date is March 1.
                                                          period has expired.
Financial Aid Requirements                                                                                       Friends University Institutional Programs:
Federal Programs: Awards from Federal                                                                            Institutional programs are based on academics,
programs require an enrollment of 12 credit
                                                          Tuition                                                participation and performance. Financial need is
hours per semester in a standard term program             Package Plan: Students enrolled in the package         not an eligibility requirement. Exception: When
for full-time status. Adjustments will be made to         plan are eligible for 12-17.5 credit hours each        Institutional scholarships are combined with
the awards if enrollment is less than 12 hours.           regular semester (fall and spring). All other          Federal and/or State awards, the combination
 Year of Full-time Credit Hours                           enrollees will be charged at the single credit hour    cannot be greater than the financial need as
 Enrollment              Earned            CGPA           Package Plan Tuition 12-17.5 hours                     computed from the FAFSA. Priority date for
                                                                                                  $11,070.00     applying is March 1.
 1-Freshman              28                   1.6         Per credit hour                           $738.00      Application Procedures:
 2-Sophomore             58                   1.8            Applicable to 1-11.5 credit hour enrollments.          1. Complete a Free Application for Federal
                                                          Students who enroll in more than 17.5 hours will             Student Aid (FAFSA) for all Federal grants
 3-Junior                88                   2.0
                                                          be charged package plan plus a per hour rate for             and loans and Kansas Comprehensive Grant
 4-Senior                118                  2.0         the number of hours over 17.5.                               by the required priority dates.
 5-Senior                148+                 2.0         Audit Hours                    $175.00 per cr. hr.        2. All Federal loans require a promissory note.
                                                                                                                 Note: Application is required each year for all
State Programs: Awards from State programs                Fee Schedule                                           financial aid.
require an enrollment of 12 credit hours per              *Student Fees:                                         Repayment of Federal Funds
semester in a standard term program.                        Per Credit Hr.                                 $6        For all students, if the student has received
Institutional Programs: Awards from Institutional           (1-11.5 credit hr. or 17.5+ credit hr.)              funding from Student Federal Assistance (Stafford
programs require an enrollment of 12 credit                 Package Plan Fees                            $90     Loans, PLUS loans, Perkins loans, SEOG, Pell
hours per semester in the traditional
                                                                                                                 Grant, and TEACH Grant) and withdraws during a
undergraduate program.                                    Online Technology Fee             $50 per credit hr    period of enrollment or payment period, the
Standards of Progress: A student must make                Transcript Fees:                                       amount that has been earned up to that point is
satisfactory academic progress toward a                     Standard                                 $10 each    determined on a pro-rata basis. If you received
certificate or degree to be eligible for financial          Same Day                                 $12 each    less assistance than the amount that you earned,
aid. Friends University’s policy for Standards of           Fax                                      $15 each    you may be able to receive those additional
Progress is in accordance with Federal guidelines.        *Non Refundable                                        funds. If you received more assistance than you
Full-time students must earn a minimum number             Lab Fees:                                              earned, the excess funds must be returned.
of credit hours in conjunction with number of             Variable for science Lab courses, select Fine Arts         The amount of assistance that you earned is
years of enrollment as defined in the chart above.        courses and computer lab courses.                      determined on a pro-rata basis (days completed
Part-time students will be expected to make the
same proportional progress as full-time students.         Dining Services                                        divided by total days in the period of enrollment).
                                                             Students living in on-campus housing are            If you completed 30 percent of your period of
Students must earn a cumulative grade point
                                                          required to purchase a meal plan. Students living      enrollment, you earn 30 percent of the assistance
average in accordance with academic
                                                          in Green Residence Hall are required to purchase       you were originally scheduled to receive. Once
classification. Students will maintain financial aid
                                                          a full meal plan and students living in                you have completed more than 60 percent of the
eligibility up to 186 attempted hours. Incompletes
                                                          upperclassman housing must purchase a smaller          period of enrollment, you earn all of your
will not be counted as credit earned. One
                                                          meal plan. In addition, all first-time, full-time      assistance.
semester is allowed to finish incomplete work.
                                                          freshmen who do not live on-campus are required        If you received excess funds that must be
Probation and suspension standards correspond
                                                          to purchase a meal plan for their first two            returned, Friends University must return a portion
to academic policies.
                                                          semesters of enrollment. Please contact the            of the excess equal to the lesser of:
Appeal Procedures: If a student fails to meet the
                                                          Dining Services in the Casado Campus Center at          v. Your Institutional charges multiplied by the
satisfactory academic progress requirements and
                                                          316-295-5510 or dining@friends.edu for more                   unearned percentage of your funds, or
believes unusual circumstances warrant a review,
                                                          information.                                           vi. The entire amount of the excess funds.
the student may make a written appeal to the
                                                                                                                     If Friends University is not required to return
financial aid office.
                                                                                                                 all of the excess funds, you must return the
   1. Write a letter of appeal to the Director of         On-campus Housing                                      remaining amount. [ Any loan funds that you
      Financial Aid explaining the circumstances             The University provides residential housing for     must return, you (or your parent for a PLUS loan)
      and include supporting documentation.               CBASE students in the suite-style Green Residence      can repay in accordance with the terms of the
   2. Appeal must be made no later than two               Hall, four apartment complexes and University-         promissory note.] That is, you make scheduled
      weeks prior to the semester aid would be            owned houses. Housing options and rates may be         payments to the holder of the loan during a
      affected.                                           obtained by contacting the Residence Life Office       period of time.
   3. Written notification will be made to the            at 316-295-5500 or reslife@friends.edu.
      student.
    If you are responsible for returning grant         of each month. If payments are not made as             Building Codes
funds, you do not have to return the full amount.      agreed, the remaining balance becomes due in
                                                                                                              ART    Garvey Art Center
The law provides that you are not required to          full. For your convenience, you may arrange to
return 50 percent of the grant assistance that you     have your payments electronically transferred          CCC    Casado Campus Center
received. Any amount that you do have to return        from your checking or savings account, or you          DAV    Davis Administration Building
is a grant overpayment, and you must make              may automatically charge your payment to a             RFA    Riney Fine Arts Center
arrangements with the Friends University or the        credit card (VISA, MasterCard, Discover or
                                                                                                              BTB    Olive White Garvey Business and
Department of Education to return the funds.           American Express). There will be no additional
                                                                                                                     Technology Building
    Friends University must return the unearned        charge for these options beyond the tuition
aid for which the school is responsible by             payment plan fee. To estimate your monthly             GPE    Garvey Physical Education Center
repaying funds to the following sources, in the        payments, you may simply:                              LIB    Edmund Stanley Library
following order, up to the total net amount               1. total your costs for tuition, tuition payment
disbursed from each source: Unsubsidized                      plan fee, fees, room and board;                 SCI    William Penn Science Building
Stafford Loan, Subsidized Stafford Loan, Perkins          2. subtract estimated Financial Aid proceeds;       MFT    Marriage and Family Therapy Building
Loan, PLUS Loan, Pell Grant, FSEOG, and other             3. divide the remaining balance by five.
Title IV programs.                                     The resulting figure will represent the estimated
    This Repayment Policy does not apply to            amount of your payment. Please note that in
Institutional, State or other non-federal funding      order to finalize your enrollment process you
sources.                                               must formalize this process in the Student
                                                       Account Services Office.
Refund Policy                                          Fee Payment: All tuition & fees are due and
       The percent and procedure for refund is
                                                       payable before the first day of classes. Any
dependent on the date of official withdrawal and
                                                       student unable to make payment in full before
Federal regulations. Withdrawal is not official
                                                       the first day of classes (including those students
until it is received by the Office of the University
                                                       whose financial aid has not arrived) must sign a
Registrar. All refunds will be granted in full
                                                       payment agreement and make specific and
accordance with current Federal regulatory
                                                       satisfactory arrangements for payment with
guidelines and University policy.
                                                       Student Account Services. This includes those
   For all traditional students, Friends University
                                                       students who receive tuition reimbursement from
will refund institutional charges including tuition
                                                       their employers. A person who has outstanding
and fees based on the following calculations: 100
                                                       indebtedness to the University is not allowed to
percent refund will be rebated for withdrawals,
                                                       register, receive a transcript or record, have
which occur before the end of the 10 percent (in
                                                       academic credits certified or receive a diploma
time) of the enrollment period; 50 percent refund
                                                       until such indebtedness is satisfactorily cleared
will be rebated for withdrawals, which occur after
                                                       with Student Account Services.
10 percent (in time) of the enrollment term and
                                                       Credit Balance Refunds:
before the end of 25 percent (in time) of the
                                                       After all fees are paid in full, a refund for any
enrollment term; 25 percent refund will be
                                                       overage created by Title IV grants or loans (PELL
rebated for withdrawals, which occur after 25
                                                       grants, Student loads, etc) will be issued within 10
percent (in time) of the enrollment term and
                                                       working days of receipt of funds by Friends
before 50 percent (in time) of enrollment term.
                                                       University. You may have a check mailed to you
No refund will be rebated for withdrawals for any
                                                       for the refund amount or you may arrange for the
reason after 50 percent (in time) of the
                                                       refund to be automatically deposited in your bank
enrollment term. Room and board will be
                                                       account. You will receive the funds somewhat
refunded based on pro-rata basis.
                                                       sooner if you set up auto deposit. Credit balances
   Repayment of Title IV funding will follow the
                                                       created by payment with Parent (PLUS) loans will
process outlined in 'Repayment of Federal Funds'.
                                                       be issued to and mailed to parents.
All Institutional, State and other non-federal
                                                       Financial Aid for the applicable enrollment period
funding will be calculated using the refund policy
                                                       will not be credited to a student's account until
stated above.
                                                       enrollment has been finalized and all associated
Payment Arrangements                                   charges have been posted. No credit balances will
   Friends University offers interest-free payment     be refunded until all current charges have been
plans to assist the student who is unable to pay       paid in full. To retain a credit balance on account
their total charges for the semester by the first      to cover additional anticipated educational
day of the term. These payment plans allow you         expenses, students must submit written requests
 to make a down payment and then pay in four           (forms are available in the Student Account
monthly payments over the semester and apply           Services and Financial Aid Offices
to tuition, fees, room and meals. Textbooks may
not be included in the payment plans.
Miscellaneous charges occurring during the
semester will be billed monthly and are due and
payable upon receipt of the statement. There will
be a $40.00 set-up fee each semester for tuition
payment plans.
   Fall term payments will be due August through
December and spring term payments will be due
January through May. Payments must be received
in the Business Office no later than the 20th day
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Instructions for Registering for Classes Online through Self-Service Banner
NOTE: Before registering, make note of the Course Reference Number (CRN) for each of the classes you wish to take. This information is found in the
Schedule of Classes.
     1. Log into Self-Service Banner by clicking on the link found on the www.friends.edu homepage – use Campus links and select Self-service Banner.
     2. From the Main Menu, choose the Student option.
     3. Click Registration.
     4. Click Select Term.
     5. From the drop-down menu, choose the semester for which you will be registering. Click Submit. You will be returned to the Registration menu.
     6. Click Add or Drop Classes.
     7. You will be prompted to enter an Alternate PIN. This PIN number is for registration only and is provided to you by your advisor. If you do not have
          your Alternate PIN, you must contact your advisor to obtain this information. Enter your Alternate PIN and click Submit.
     8. Use the Add Classes Worksheet on the bottom of the Add or Drop Classes page to enter the CRNs for the course(s) for which you would like to
          register.
               -    Click in the first CRN field and enter the CRN for the first course you need. Tab to the next field and enter another CRN if needed. Up to
                    10 courses can be added at one time.
               -    Click Submit changes. The courses you have entered will be displayed under the Current Schedule heading.
     9. If you do not have the CRN for the course, click the Class Search button. This will take you to the Look Up Classes page. Choose a subject and then
          specify any other criteria you would like in order to find the course. Click Class Search.
               a. NOTE: You must choose a subject code. By holding down the control key while choosing the subject code, you can choose more than
                    one subject. All other search criteria are optional.
               b. If you include course number in your search criteria, do NOT include the Section.
     10. Choose the class that you want to register for by clicking the box in the Select column. If you need additional information regarding a course, click
          the blue CRN number. Once you have chosen a class, click Register. NOTE: Clicking on the blue CRN number will take you to detail information on
          the course section. This information includes a link to the Instructor email.
     11. Your Current Schedule will be displayed. Any Registration Errors will be shown under your Current Schedule. The errors must be resolved before
          the course is officially added to your schedule.
               -    To resolve errors, follow the instructions in the Status column.
               -    If you obtain an override to register in the course, you must reenter the course CRN in the Add Classes Worksheet and Submit Changes
                    in order to add the course to your schedule.
               -    NOTE: For Variable Credit Hour courses or Corequisite courses please refer to the Special Instructions.
     12. To view your enrollment charges, click the Registration Fee Assessment link at the bottom of the page. Any questions regarding fees should be
          directed to Student Accounts Services.
     13. To view and/or print your student schedule, return to the Registration menu by clicking the Return to Menu link available at the top right hand
          corner of any page. On the Registration menu, choose the Concise Student Schedule.
     14. Your student schedule will appear for you to view and/or print.
                    -     Note: The schedule is easiest to read when printed in landscape format.

Special Instructions – Variable Credit Hour Courses
    1. When registering for a variable credit hour course, the course will add to your schedule with the minimum possible number of credit hours.
               -    The credit hours will show up as a hyperlink on your schedule.
               -    To change the credit hours associated with the course, click on the credit hour hyperlink or the Change Class Options link at the bottom
                    of the page.
    2. On the Change Class Options page, indicate in the Credit Hours box how many hours you are enrolling in for the course. The credit hours must be
          within the range indicated next to the field.
               -    Click Submit Changes when finished.
    3. Once you have submitted your changes, the screen will refresh with the correct number of credit hours attached to the course. In order to view
          your newly updated list of courses, click the Add or Drop Classes link at the bottom of the page.
    4. Your Current Schedule should now reflect the correct number of credit hours attached to the variable credit hour course.
Special Instructions – Corequisite Courses
          DEFINITION: Corequisite Courses are two courses that require enrollment within each other within the same semester.
    1. If you attempt to register in a course that has a corequisite, you will get an error message under Registration Add Errors.
               -    The error message will indicate which other course is required for registration.
    2. The simplest way to register for corequsite courses is to add the CRN numbers for both courses to the Add Classes Worksheet on your Add or Drop
          Classes page. Then click the Submit Changes button.
    3. If you do not have any Registration Add Errors, both courses will be added to the Current Schedule section.
    4. If you do not know the CRN numbers for both courses, you can do a Class Search.
               -    Because you must register for both courses at the same time, you will need to search for both subject codes. Click on the first subject
                    code, and then hold down the Control key while you click on the second subject code. Then click the Class Search button.
    5. Available courses in both subject codes will be shown.
    6. To register for corequisite courses, click the Select box next to both courses and then click the Register button.
    7. If you do not have any Registration Add Errors, both courses will be added to the Current Schedule section.
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                                                                         Spring 2013
                                                                     Schedule of Courses
 PT     CRN     Course # Sec Course                               Cr Hr Classroom Day         Course Time            Instructor        Fees    Preq
                                                                 ACCOUNTING
16wks   20530   ACCT201 A      Financial Accounting                 3     BTB LAB6   MWF   10:00 am to10:50 am    Pendleton, Nichole   15.00   MATH 111
                                                                                                                                               CSIS 120 OR
                                                                                                                                               MIS 270
16wks   20531   ACCT202 A      Managerial Accounting                3     BTB LAB6   TR    10:30 am to11:45 am    Pendleton, Nichole   15.00   ACCT 201
16wks   20532   ACCT320 A      Intermediate Accounting 2            3     BTB LAB6   TR     1:00 pm to 2:15 pm    Pendleton, Nichole   15.00   ACCT 310
16wks   20533   ACCT340 A      Accounting Information Systems       3     BTB LAB8   TR    10:30 am to11:45 am    Schlueter, Barbara   15.00   ACCT 201
                                                                                                                                               CSIS 120
16wks   20534   ACCT370 A      Fund Accounting                      3     BTB LAB6   MWF    9:00 am to 9:50 am    Pendleton, Nichole   15.00   ACCT 201
                                                                                                                                               ACCT 202
                                                                         ART
16wks   20167   ART101    A    Design                               3     ART 115    MWF    1:00 pm to 2:59 pm     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20168   ART110    A    3D Design                            3     122 WLNT   TR     1:00 pm to 3:59 pm    Atwood, Stephen      50.00   ART 101
16wks   20170   ART201    A    Ceramics 1                           3     ART 105    MW     5:00 pm to 7:59 pm       Self, David       50.00   ART 101
16wks   20680   ART250    A    Drawing II                           3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am          Staff          50.00   ART 150
16wks   20172   ART280    A    Printmaking 1                        3     ART 115    MW     6:00 pm to 8:59 pm     Bosworth, Marc      50.00   ART 101 &
                                                                                                                                               ART 150
16wks   20681   ART304    A    Ceramics 2                           3     ART 105    MW     5:00 pm to 7:59 pm       Self, David       50.00   ART 201
16wks   20176   ART311    A    Painting 2                           3     ART 117    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am          Staff          50.00   ART 215
16wks   20177   ART320    A    Printmaking 2                        3     ART 115    MW     6:00 pm to 8:59 pm     Bosworth, Marc      50.00   ART 280
16wks   20690   ART470    A    Sculpture 2                          3     122 WLNT   TR     1:00 pm to 3:59 pm    Atwood, Stephen      50.00   ART 210
16wks   20178   ART491    C    Advanced Studies:Ceramics           1-6    ART 105    MW     5:00 pm to 7:59 pm       Self, David       50.00
16wks   20179   ART491    D    Advanced Studies:Drawing            1-6    ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20180   ART491    P    Advanced Studies:Painting           1-6    ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20181   ART491    R    Advanced Studies:Printmaking        1-6    ART 115    MW     6:00 pm to 8:59 pm     Bosworth, Marc      50.00
16wks   20182   ART491    S    Advanced Studies:Sculpture          1-6    122 WLNT   TR     1:00 pm to 3:59 pm    Atwood, Stephen      50.00
16wks   20183   ART493    L    Internship                          1-6                                              Achey, Adam
16wks   20184   ART494    L    Internship                          1-6                                            Scroggins, Karen
16wks   20185   ART495    C    Advanced Studies:Ceramics            3     ART 105    MW     5:00 pm to 7:59 pm       Self, David       50.00
16wks   20186   ART495    D    Advanced Studies:Drawing             3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20187   ART495    P    Advanced Studies:Painting            3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20188   ART495    R    Advanced Studies:Printmaking         3     ART 115    MW     6:00 pm to 8:59 pm     Bosworth, Marc      50.00
16wks   20189   ART495    S    Advanced Studies:Sculpture           3     122 WLNT   TR     1:00 pm to 3:59 pm    Atwood, Stephen      50.00
16wks   20190   ART496    C    Advanced Studies:Ceramics            3     ART 105    MW     5:00 pm to 7:59 pm       Self, David       50.00
16wks   20191   ART496    D    Advanced Studies:Drawing             3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20192   ART496    P    Advanced Studies:Painting            3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am      Achey, Adam        50.00
16wks   20193   ART496    R    Advanced StudiesPrintmaking          3     ART 115    MW     6:00 pm to 8:59 pm     Bosworth, Marc      50.00
16wks   20194   ART496    S    Advanced Studies:Sculpture           3     122 WLNT   TR     1:00 pm to 3:59 pm    Atwood, Stephen      50.00
16wks   20195   ART497    C    Advanced Studies:Ceramics            3     ART 105    MW     5:00 pm to 7:59 pm       Self, David       50.00
16wks   20196   ART497    D    Advanced Studies:Drawing             3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20197   ART497    P    Advanced Studies:Painting            3     ART 115    MWF   10:00 am to11:59 am     Krone, William      50.00
16wks   20198   ART497    R    Advanced Studies:Printmaking         3     ART 115    MW     6:00 pm to 8:59 pm     Bosworth, Marc      50.00
16wks   20199   ART497    S    Advanced Studies:Sculpture           3     122 WLNT   TR     1:00 pm to 3:59 pm    Atwood, Stephen      50.00
                                                                   BIOLOGY
16wks   20344   BIOL101   A    Cellular & Molecular Biology         4     SCI 127    MWF    9:00 am to 9:50 am     Turla, Karyn                MATH 111
16wks   20345   BIOL101   VL   Cellular & Molecular Biology L       0     SCI 130    T     10:30 am to12:20 pm     Turla, Karyn        35.00
16wks   20353   BIOL102   A    Biological Diversity & Design        4     SCI 100    MWF   10:00 am to10:50 am    Mathews, Patrick             BIOL 101
16wks   20354   BIOL102   VL   Bio Diversity/Design Lab A           0     SCI 124    R      7:30 am to 9:20 am    Maccarone, Alan      35.00
16wks   20798   BIOL102   WL   Bio Diversity & Design/Lab B         0     SCI 124    R     10:30 am to12:20 pm    Maccarone, Alan      35.00
16wks   20346   BIOL103   A    Intro to Ecology & Evolution         3     SCI 100    TR    10:30 am to11:20 am    Mathews, Patrick             BIOL 101
16wks   20347   BIOL103   VL   Intro to Ecology & Evolution L       0     SCI 124    R      1:00 pm to 2:50 pm    Mathews, Patrick     35.00
16wks   20355   BIOL270   A    Microbiology                         4     SCI 222    MWF    1:00 pm to 1:50 pm     Evans, Sarah                BIOL 102
16wks   20356   BIOL270   VL   Microbiology Lab A                   0     SCI 128    TR     7:30 am to 8:20 am     Evans, Sarah        35.00
16wks   20357   BIOL270   WL   Microbiology Lab B                   0     SCI 128    TR    10:30 am to11:20 am     Evans, Sarah        35.00
                                                                          SCI 127    MW    11:00 am to11:50 am                                 BIOL 102
16wks   20358   BIOL320   A    Vertebrate Zoology                   4                                             Maccarone, Alan
                                                                          SCI 127    T     12:00 pm to 12:50 pm
16wks   20359   BIOL320   VL   Vertebrate Zoology Lab               0     SCI 111    T      1:00 pm to 3:50 pm    Maccarone, Alan      35.00
16wks   20360   BIOL340   A    Invertebrate Zoology                 4     SCI 100    MWF    1:00 pm to 1:50 pm    Mathews, Patrick             BIOL 102
16wks   20686   BIOL340   VL   Invertebrate Zoology Lab             0     SCI 124    T      1:00 pm to 2:50 pm    Mathews, Patrick     35.00
16wks   20720   BIOL395   A    Human Anatomy & Physiology II        4     SCI 127    MWF   10:00 am to10:50 am     Turla, Karyn                BIOL 390
16wks   20721   BIOL395   VL   Human Anatomy & Phys II Lab          0     SCI 129    R     10:30 am to12:20 pm     Turla, Karyn        35.00
16wks   20364   BIOL430   A    Kinesiology                          3     SCI 127    MWF    2:00 pm to 2:50 pm     Turla, Karyn                NATS 220
16wks   20365   BIOL470   A    Biochemistry                         4     SCI 324    MWF    9:00 am to 9:50 am     Evans, Sarah                BIOL 101 &
                                                                                                                                               CHEM 202
16wks   20366   BIOL470   VL   Biochemistry Lab                     0     SCI 128    T      1:00 pm to 2:50 pm      Evans, Sarah       35.00
                                                                          SCI 325    MW    10:00 am to 10:50 am
16wks   20684   BIOL481   A    Animal Behavior                      4                                             Maccarone, Alan              BIOL 102
                                                                          SCI 219    R      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm
16wks   20685   BIOL481   VL   Animal Behavior Lab                  0     SCI 111    R      2:00 pm to 4:50 pm    Maccarone, Alan      35.00
16wks   20367   BIOL490   A    Biology Seminar                      1     SCI 219    M      3:00 pm to 3:50 pm     Turla, Karyn
                                                            BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
16wks   20536   BSAD260   A    Business Communications              3     BTB LAB2   MWF    8:00 am to 8:50 am     Gallagher, Joan     15.00   COMP 202
16wks   20537   BSAD330   A    Principles of Management             3     BTB 203    TR     8:00 am to 9:15 am      Honts, Arlen       45.00
16wks   20538   BSAD333   A    Human Resources Management           3     BTB 202    TR    10:30 am to11:45 am      Honts, Arlen               BSAD 330
16wks   20539   BSAD340   A    Legal Environment in Business        3     BTB 101    MWF    1:00 pm to 1:50 pm     Roach, Michael
16wks   20540   BSAD370   A    Production & Operation Mgmt          3     BTB LAB3   TR     1:00 pm to 2:15 pm    De La O, Gerardo     15.00   BSAD 330
                                                                                                                                               MATH 270
                                                                          Spring 2013
                                                                      Schedule of Courses
  PT     CRN     Course # Sec Course                                Cr Hr Classroom Day           Course Time            Instructor        Fees    Preq
 16wks   20541   BSAD391 A      New Venture Creation                  3    BTB 101      MWF     9:00 am to 9:50 am    De La O, Gerardo
 16wks   20542   BSAD480 A      Strategic Mgmt & Policy               3    BTB 101      TR      8:00 am to 9:15 am     Harris, Malcolm             ACCT 202
                                                                                                                                                   BSAD 330
                                                                                                                                                   FINC 320
                                                                                                                                                   MRKT 210
 16wks   20705   BSAD491 A      Special Problems -Quant Method        3    BTB LAB3     MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am   De La O, Gerardo     15.00
                                                                    CHEMISTRY
                                                                           SCI 324      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am
 16wks   20368   CHEM102 A      General Chemistry 2                   5                                                 Boyle, Kathryn             CHEM 102
                                                                           TBA          R               TBA
 16wks   20369   CHEM102 VL     General Chemistry 2 Lab A             0    SCI 321      T        1:00 pm to 2:50 pm     Branum, Gary       35.00
 16wks   20370   CHEM102 WL     General Chemistry 2 Lab B             0    SCI 321      T       10:30 am to12:20 pm     Branum, Gary       35.00
                                                                           SCI 325      MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am
16wks    20373 CHEM202     A    Organic Chemistry 2                   5                                                 Boyle, Kathryn             CHEM 202
                                                                           SCI 325      R        8:30 am to 9:20 am
 16wks   20374   CHEM202   VL   Organic Chemistry 2 Lab A             0    SCI 314      T        7:00 am to 9:50 am     Boyle, Kathryn     35.00
 16wks   20375   CHEM202   WL   Organic Chemistry 2 Lab B             0    SCI 314      T        1:00 pm to 3:50 pm     Boyle, Kathryn     35.00
 16wks   20376   CHEM302   A    Physical Chemistry 2                  4    SCI 324      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am     Branum, Gary               CHEM 301
 16wks   20377   CHEM302   VL   Physical Chemistry 2 Lab              0    SCI 313      R        8:00 am to 9:50 am     Branum, Gary       35.00
 16wks   20378   CHEM470   A    Biochemistry                          4    SCI 324      MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am     Evans, Sarah               BIOL 101
                                                                                                                                                   CHEM 202
 16wks   20379   CHEM470 VL     Biochemistry Lab                      0    SCI 128      T        1:00 pm to 2:50 pm     Evans, Sarah       35.00
 16wks   20380   CHEM490 A      Chemistry Seminar                     1    SCI 219      F       12:00 pm to12:50 pm     Branum, Gary
                                                                  COMMUNICATION
 16wks   20574   COMM270 A      Reporting 2                           3    BTB LAB2     MWF     9:00 am to 9:50 am      Martell, Lillian           ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                   COMM 175
 16wks   20575   COMM271 A      Editing                               3    BTB LAB2     MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am     Martell, Lillian           ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                   COMM 175
 16wks   20573   COMM275 A      Broadcast & Media Production          3    BTB LAB4     TR      10:30 am to11:45 am      Priebe, Kurt              ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                   COMM 175
 16wks   20687   COMM345 A      On-line Newspaper                    0-3   DAVIS 411A T R       10:30 am to11:45 am     Martell, Lillian           ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                   COMM 175
 16wks   20576   COMM365   A    Writing for the Professions           3    BTB LAB2     MW      1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Martell, Lillian
 16wks   20201   COMM491   L    Ad Studies: Communications           1-3                                                 Priebe, Kurt
 16wks   20202   COMM493   L    Internship                           1-6                                               Scroggins, Karen
 16wks   20203   COMM494   L    Internship                           1-6                                                 Priebe, Kurt
                                                                   COMPOSITION
 16wks   20708   COMP110   A    Integrated Reading/Writing            3    BTB 108      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am   Menefee, Catherine           COMP 100
 16wks   20578   COMP111   A    Integrated Reading/Writing II         3    DAVIS 109B   TR      10:30 am to11:45 am     Miller, Suzanne            COMP 110
 16wks   20579   COMP111   B    Integrated Reading/Writing II         3    DAVIS 109C   MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am      Grubb, Diane              COMP 110
 16wks   20580   COMP111   C    Integrated Reading/Writing II         3    BTB 108      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am   Menefee, Catherine           COMP 110
 16wks   20709   COMP201   B    Writing 1                             3    DAVIS 107    MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am     Harrison, Mary
 16wks   20582   COMP202   A    Writing 2                             3    DAVIS 109C   MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am      Grubb, Diane              COMP 201
 16wks   20583   COMP202   B    Writing 2                             3    DAVIS 109B   MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am       Ronn, Vicki              COMP 201
 16wks   20584   COMP202   C    Writing 2                             3    DAVIS 301    MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am      O'Hara, Carol             COMP 201
 16wks   20585   COMP202   D    Writing 2                             3    BTB 102      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am     Gallagher, Joan            COMP 201
 16wks   20586   COMP202   E    Writing 2                             3    DAVIS 107    MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am     Harrison, Mary             COMP 201
 16wks   20587   COMP202   F    Writing 2                             3    DAVIS 107    MWF      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm    Huddleston, Jerry           COMP 201
                                                                 COMPUTER SCIENCE
 16wks   20543   CSIS120   A    Intro to Computers for Lib Art        3    BTB LAB7     MWF      8:00 am to 8:50 am    Teter, Richard      15.00
 16wks   20544   CSIS120   B    Intro to Computers for Lib Art        3    BTB LAB3     MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am    Eicher, Sharon      15.00
 16wks   20545   CSIS120   C    Intro to Computers for Lib Art        3    BTB LAB8     MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am   Pearson, Edmond      15.00
 16wks   20706   CSIS120   D    Intro to Computers for Lib Art        3    BTB LAB3     MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am    Eicher, Sharon      15.00
 16wks   20546   CSIS321   A    Advanced Programming                  3    BTB LAB7     TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am    Teter, Richard      15.00   CSIS 275 &
                                                                                                                                                   MATH 111
 16wks   20548   CSIS431   A    Applied Software Devel Prjct          3    BTB LAB7     MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am     Teter, Richard     15.00   All Major
                                                                                                                                                   Courses
                                                                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE
 16wks   20476   CRMJ225   A    Criminal Law                          3    BTB 102      TR      1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Wynn, Victor
2nd 8wks 20480   CRMJ235   AB   Criminal Procedure                    3    BTB 201      T       6:00 pm to 9:20 pm       Hang, Bach
 16wks   20478   CRMJ255   A    Juvenile Delinquency                  3    DAVIS 307    TR      8:00 am to 9:15 am     Johnston, Sean
 16wks   20712   CRMJ350   A    Corrections                           3    DAVIS 304    W       6:00 pm to 9:20 pm     Johnston, Sean              CRMJ 215
 16wks   20483   CRMJ490   A    Senior Seminar                        1    DAVIS 107    M       4:30 pm to 5:45 pm      Allan, William
 16wks   20485   CRMJ494   L    Internship                           1-6   DAVIS 301    W       6:00 pm to 8:29 pm      Allan, William
                                                          DANCE PERFORMANCE-Non Majors
 16wks   20692   DANP123 A      Related Dance Form                  2.000 RFA E16       MW      10:00 am to10:50 am     Finder, Sarah
                                               DANCE ACADEMICS AND DANCE PERFORMANCE
 16wks   20210   DANC207   A    Repertoire                            1    RFA E16      MWF      2:30 pm to 5:59 pm    Rogers, Stanton
 16wks   20213   DANC230   A    Choreography                          2    RFA E16      MW      11:00 am to11:50 am    Rogers, Stanton
 16wks   20211   DANC307   A    Repertoire                            1    RFA E16      MWF      2:30 pm to 5:59 pm    Rogers, Stanton
 16wks   20212   DANC407   A    Repertoire                            1    RFA E16      MWF      2:30 pm to 5:59 pm    Rogers, Stanton
 16wks   20215   DANC410   A    Senior Project                        3                                                Rogers, Sharon
 16wks   20218   DANP102   A    Ballet Technique                      3    RFA E16      MTWRF   1:00 pm to 2:29 pm     Rogers, Stanton
 16wks   20219   DANP202   A    Ballet Technique                      3    RFA E16      MTWRF   1:00 pm to 2:29 pm     Rogers, Stanton
 16wks   20216   DANP204   A    Ballet Variations                     1    RFA D8       T       2:30 pm to 3:29 pm     Rogers, Sharon
 16wks   20222   DANP205   A    Pas De Deux                           1    RFA E16      R       2:30 pm to 3:29 pm     Rogers, Stanton
                                                                        Spring 2013
                                                                    Schedule of Courses
 PT     CRN     Course # Sec Course                              Cr Hr Classroom Day            Course Time             Instructor        Fees   Preq
16wks   20220   DANP302    A   Ballet Technique                    3    RFA D8       MTWRF    1:00 pm to 2:29 pm     Rogers, Sharon
16wks   20217   DANP304    A   Ballet Variations                   1    RFA D8       T        2:30 pm to 3:29 pm     Rogers, Sharon
16wks   20223   DANP305    A   Pas De Deux                         1    RFA E16      R        2:30 pm to 3:29 pm     Rogers, Stanton
16wks   20221   DANP402    A   Ballet Technique                    2    RFA D8       MTWRF    1:00 pm to 2:29 pm     Rogers, Sharon
16wks   20799   DANP404    A   Ballet Variations                   1    RFA D8       T        2:30 pm to 3:29 pm     Rogers, Sharon
16wks   20224   DANP405    A   Pas De Deux                         1    RFA E16      R        2:30 pm to 3:29 pm     Rogers, Stanton
                                                                 ECONOMICS
16wks   20549   ECON201 A      Macroeconomics                      3    BTB 101      TR       10:30 am to11:45 am     Eicher, Sharon             MATH 101 OR
                                                                                                                                                 MATH 111
16wks   20550   ECON202 A      Microeconomics                      3    BTB 101      TR       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Eicher, Sharon             MATH 101 OR
                                                                                                                                                 MATH 111
                                                                 EDUCATION
16wks   20423   EDUC 110   A   Introduction to Teaching            3    DAVIS 111    TR      10:30 am to 11:45 am      Eubank, Janet
16wks   20424   EDUC110    B   Introduction to Teaching            3    DAVIS 111    MWF      10:00 am to10:50 am     Eubank, Janet
16wks   20426   EDUC235    A   The Exceptional Child               2    BTB 108      M         5:30 pm to 7:10 pm     Peters, Sandra             EDUC110
16wks   20427   EDUC251    A   Psychology Applied to Teaching      3    BTB LAB8     MWF      11:00 am to11:50 am     Gibson, Richard            EDUC110
16wks   20428   EDUC251    B   Psychology Applied to Teaching      3    BTB LAB2     TR        8:00 am to 9:15 am     Gibson, Richard            EDUC110
16wks   20429   EDUC299    A   Cornerstone Course for Tchr Ed      2    BTB LAB2     T         9:30 am to10:59 am      Wilson, Janell            EDUC 110
                                                                                                                                                 EDUC 251
                                                                                                                                                 EDUC 235
16wks   20430   EDUC299 B      Cornerstone Course for Tchr Ed      2    BTB LAB2     T        1:00 pm to 2:40 pm       Wilson, Janell            EDUC 110
                                                                                                                                                 EDUC 251
                                                                                                                                                 EDUC 235
16wks   20431   EDUC325    A   Reading in Secondary School         2    DAVIS 109C   R        5:00 pm to 6:40 pm           Staff
16wks   20432   EDUC335    A   Technology in the Classroom         3    BTB LAB7     TR       1:00 pm to 2:40 pm       Rhodes, John
16wks   20433   EDUC336    A   Classroom Assessment: Elem          3    DAVIS 111    MW       8:00 am to 9:50 am      Gibson, Richard
16wks   20434   EDUC336    B   Classroom Assessment:PK-12/Sec      3    DAVIS 111    TR       2:00 pm to 3:15 pm      Gibson, Richard
16wks   20725   EDUC355    A   Methods of Tchg Spanish:PreK-6      3    DAVIS 304    MWF      8:00 am to 8:50 am       Smartt, Jerry
16wks   20726   EDUC385    A   Methods for Tchg Art: PreK-6        3    DAVIS 107    MWF      8:00 am to 8:50 am        Krone, Ann
16wks   20436   EDUC412    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchrs:Business      3                                                       Staff
16wks   20437   EDUC413    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchrs:Comp Sci      3                                                       Staff
16wks   20438   EDUC414    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchr:En/Lg Art      3                                                    Ronn, Vicki
16wks   20439   EDUC415    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchrs:Hist/Gov      3                                                       Staff
16wks   20440   EDUC416    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchrs:Math          3                                                 VanHorn, Denise
16wks   20441   EDUC417    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchrs:Phy Educ      3    DAVIS 109C M W        11:00 am to11:50 am   Obermeyer, Dennis
16wks   20442   EDUC418    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchrs:Spanish       3    BTB 209    R           9:30 am to11:10 am   Dunkelberger, Julie
16wks   20443   EDUC419    A   Sp Mthd for Sec Tchr:Spch/Thre      3                                                       Staff
16wks   20444   EDUC420    A   Sp Methods for Sec Tchrs Biol       3     BTB LAB3    R       5:00 pm to 6:59 pm        Rhodes, John
16wks   20803   EDUC490    A   Senior Practicum                    1                                                   Wilson, Janell
16wks   20445   EDUC492    A   Educ Iss & Perspectives: Elem       3    DAVIS 109C T          5:00 pm to 6:59 pm       Wilson, Janell
16wks   20446   EDUC492    B   Educ Iss & Persp: Pk-12/Sec         3    DAVIS 109C T          5:00 pm to 6:59 pm       Rhodes, John
16wks   20447   EDUC494    A   PreK-12 Secondary Student Tchg     4.5                                                  Wilson, Janell
16wks   20448   EDUC495    A   Secondary School Student Tchg       9                                                   Wilson, Janell
16wks   20449   EDUC496    A   PreK-12 Elementary Student Tch     4.5                                                  Wilson, Janell
16wks   20450   ELED430    A   Elementary Methods Practicum        4                                                  Eubank, Janet
16wks   20451   ELED432    A   Mathematics Mths for Elem Tchr      3    DAVIS 307  W          5:00 pm to 7:29 pm    Thompson, Deborah
16wks   20452   ELED433    A   Social Studies Mthds for Elem       2    DAVIS 109B T R        3:00 pm to 3:50 pm      Eubank, Janet
16wks   20453   ELED434    A   Science Meths for Elem Tchrs        3    SCI 219    T          4:30 pm to 6:59 pm       Vaughn, Kerri
16wks   20454   ELED440    A   Elementary School Student Tchg      9                                                   Wilson, Janell            EDUC 490
                                                                  ENGLISH
16wks   20588   ENGL210    A   World Masterpieces 1                3    DAVIS 114    MWF      11:00 am to11:50 am     Hinten, Marvin             COMP 202
16wks   20589   ENGL210    B   World Masterpieces 1                3    DAVIS 114    MWF      10:00 am to10:50 am     Hinten, Marvin             COMP 202
16wks   20592   ENGL212    A   British Lit 2 (1800 - Present)      3    DAVIS 114    MWF       9:00 am to 9:50 am     Hinten, Marvin             COMP 202
16wks   20590   ENGL220    A   World Masterpieces 2                3    DAVIS 114    MWF       1:00 pm to 1:50 pm     Hinten, Marvin             COMP 202
16wks   20591   ENGL220    B   World Masterpieces 2                3    DAVIS 109B   MWF      11:00 am to11:50 am      Ronn, Vicki               COMP 202
16wks   20594   ENGL270    A   Reporting 2                         3    BTB LAB2     MWF       9:00 am to 9:50 am     Martell, Lillian           ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                 COMM 175
16wks   20595   ENGL271 A      Editing                             3    BTB LAB2     MWF      11:00 am to11:50 am      Martell, Lillian          ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                 COMM 175
16wks   20598   ENGL340 A      The Story of English                3    DAVIS 114  TR          2:30 pm to 3:45 pm     Hinten, Marvin
16wks   20599   ENGL345 A      On-line Newspaper                  0-3   DAVIS 411A T R        10:30 am to11:45 am     Martell, Lillian           ENGL 175 OR
                                                                                                                                                 COMM 175
16wks   20596 ENGL365 A        Writing for the Professions         3    BTB LAB2   MW          1:00 pm to 2:15 pm     Martell, Lillian
16wks   20593 ENGL460 A        Literary Interpretation             3    DAVIS 109B M W F      10:00 am to10:50 am      Ronn, Vicki
16wks   20710 ENGL470 A        Special Topics: Fantasy Lit         3    DAVIS 109B T R         1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Ronn, Vicki
16wks   20602 ENGL490A A       English Capstone Sem-ELAE           1                                                   Ronn, Vicki
16wks   20603 ENGL490B A       English Capstone Sem                1                                                  Hinten, Marvin
                                                                FIELD BIOLOGY
16wks   20381   FLDB200    A   Foundations of Environmental S      3    SCI 100      MWF      11:00 am to11:50 am    Mathews, Patrick
16wks   20722   FLDB211    A   Alpine Ecology                      3                 T         9:30 am to10:20 am    Maccarone, Alan             BIOL 210
16wks   20382   FLDB494    L   Field Biology Internship           1-3                                                Mathews, Patrick            BIOL 103
                                                                  FINANCE
16wks   20552   FINC320    A   Principles of Finance               3    BTB 102      MWF      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm      Harris, Malcolm            MATH 111 OR
                                                                                                                                                 MATH 200 OR
                                                                                                                                                 MATH 201
                                                                            Spring 2013
                                                                        Schedule of Courses
  PT       CRN     Course # Sec Course                                Cr Hr Classroom Day            Course Time             Instructor        Fees    Preq
 16wks     20553   FINC421    A   Investments                          3     BTB LAB6     MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am      Harris, Malcolm     15.00
 16wks     20554   FINC440    A   Financial Institutions Mngt          3     BTB LAB6     MWF      8:00 am to 8:50 am      Harris, Malcolm     15.00   FINC 320 OR
                                                                                                                                                       ECON 340 OR
                                                                                                                                                       FINC 360
                                                                      FINE ARTS
 16wks     20232   FINA110    A   Aesthetic Exp Thru Visual Arts       3     ART 115      TR      10:30 am to11:50 am        Krone, Ann
 16wks     20234   FINA111    A   Aesthetic Exp Through Music          3     RFA B5       TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am           Staff
 16wks     20236   FINA113    A   Aesthetic Exp Through Drama          3     BTB 200      TR      10:30 am to11:45 am      Parker, Charles
                                                                       FRENCH
 16wks     20688   FREN102 A      Beginning French 2                   4     BTB 203      MTWRF   11:00 am to11:50 am       Wagle, Liana
                                                                   GENERAL STUDIES
 16wks     20604   GNST311 A      Honors Seminar                        1    DAVIS 114    F        3:00 pm to 4:40 pm      Hughes, Megan
 16wks     20605   GNST416 A      Honors Senior Project                1-3                                                 Hughes, Megan
 16wks     20707   GNST498 A      Studies Abroad-Great Britain          3    BTB 200      M        4:30 pm to 5:50 pm       Honts, Arlen
                                                                   GRAPHIC DESIGN
 16wks     20237   GRFX150    A   Computer Print Technologies           3    BTB LAB4     MWF      8:00 am to 9:59 am      Scroggins, Karen    50.00   ART 101
 16wks     20240   GRFX161    A   Graphic Design Studio 1               3    BTB LAB4     MWF      1:00 pm to 2:59 pm      Scroggins, Karen    50.00   ART 101
 16wks     20238   GRFX250    A   Photography Design 1                  3    BTB LAB4     TR       1:00 pm to 3:59 pm       Krone, William     50.00
 16wks     20239   GRFX251    A   Photography 2                         3    ART 115      TR       4:00 pm to 6:59 pm       Krone, William     50.00
 16wks     20806   GRFX361    A   Graphic Design Studio 3               3    BTB LAB4     MWF     10:00 am to11:59 am      Scroggins, Karen    50.00   GRFX 261
 16wks     20243   GRFX370    A   Web Design                            3    BTB LAB4     TR       6:00 pm to 8:59 pm            Staff         50.00   GRFX 261
 16wks     20244   GRFX491    G   Ad Studies:Graphic Design            1-6   BTB LAB4     MF       3:00 pm to 4:59 pm      Scroggins, Karen    50.00
 16wks     20245   GRFX491    F   Advanced Studies:Portfolio           1-6   BTB LAB4     MF       3:00 pm to 4:59 pm      Scroggins, Karen    50.00
 16wks     20246   GRFX491    M   Advanced Studies: Web Design         1-6   BTB LAB4     TR       6:00 pm to 8:59 pm            Staff         50.00
 16wks     20247   GRFX491    P   Advanced Studies:Photography         1-6   ART 115      TR       4:00 pm to 6:59 pm       Krone, William
 16wks     20805   GRFX 491   V   Adv Studies: Comp Video Tech         1-6                                                   Priebe, Kurt      50.00
 16wks     20249   GRFX493    L   Internship 1 (On Campus)             1-6                                                 Scroggins, Karen
 16wks     20250   GRFX494    L   Internship 2 (Off Campus)            1-6                                                 Scroggins, Karen
 16wks     20693   GRFX496    P   Advanced Studies: Photography        1-6   ART 115      TR       4:00 pm to 6:59 pm       Krone, William     50.00
 16wks     20804   GRFX497    P   Advanced Studies: Photography        1-6   ART 115      TR       4:00 pm to 6:59 pm       Krone, William
                                                                        GREEK
 16wks     20606   GREK102 A      Beg New Testament Greek 2            4     DAVIS 307    MWRF     1:00 pm to 1:50 pm       Harstine, Stan
                                                                   HEALTH SCIENCE
 16wks     20383   HLSC150    A   Nutrition                            3     SCI 324      TR      10:30 am to 11:50 am           Staff
 16wks     20384   HLSC210    A   Medical Terminology                  2     SCI 127      MW       8:00 am to 8:50 am        Turla, Karyn              BIOL 102
 16wks     20723   HLSC300    A   Service Trip Abroad:Hlth Srvcs       4     SCI 127      TR       3:00 pm to 4:20 pm        Smartt, Jerry
                                                                       HISTORY
 16wks     20486   HIST150    A   US History 2: Since 1865             3     BTB 101      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am       Welfelt, Judith
 16wks     20487   HIST150    B   US History 2: Since 1865             3     BTB 108      W        6:00 pm to 9:20 pm       Tallent, Mindy
 16wks     20488   HIST210    A   World Civilization I                 3     DAVIS 109C   TR       7:00 pm to 8:15 pm            Staff
 16wks     20490   HIST215    A   World Civilization II                3     BTB 100      TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am        Gaug, Janice
 16wks     20491   HIST215    B   World Civilization II                3     BTB 100      TR      10:30 am to11:45 am       Gaug, Janice
 16wks     20713   HIST300    A   Tpcs in the Hist of Your Life        3     DAVIS 111    MWF      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm       Eick, Gretchen
 16wks     20493   HIST330    A   Constitutional Hist & Politics       3     BTB 100      TR       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm        Fox, Russell
 16wks     20714   HIST423    A   Mexican-Mexican American Hist        3     DAVIS 307    MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am       Eick, Gretchen
 16wks     20715   HIST425    A   History of India                     3     BTB 100      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am    Kambampati, Lakshmi
 16wks     20716   HIST430    A   History of Middle East               3     BTB 101      TR       2:30 pm to 3:45 pm      Eicher, Sharon
                                                                   HUMAN SERVICES
                                                                             DAVIS 114    F        6:00 pm to 9:50 pm
 16wks     20498   HSVA210 A      Introduction to Human Services       3                                                    Yates, Sharon
                                                                             DAVIS 114    S       9:00 am to 11:50 am
2nd 8wks 20499     HSVA255 AB     Prev Strat in Family Life Educ       3     MFT 101      M        6:00 pm to 9:50 pm        Wall, Valerie
                                                           MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
 16wks     20555    MIS265    A   Web Application Development          3     BTB LAB7     MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am       Teter, Richard     15.00   CSIS 120 OR
                                                                                                                                                       MIS 270
 16wks     20556    MIS270    A   Business Software Applications       3     BTB LAB8     MWF      8:00 am to 8:50 am     Pearson, Edmond      15.00   CSIS 120
 16wks     20557    MIS270    B   Business Software Applications       3     BTB LAB8     MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am     Pearson, Edmond      15.00   CSIS 120
 16wks     20559    MIS375    A   Advanced Business Software App       3     BTB LAB8     TR       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm     Pearson, Edmond      15.00   MIS 270
                                                                    MATHEMATICS
 16wks     20385   MATH100    A   Intermediate Algebra                 3     SCI 127      MWF      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm            Staff                 MATH 099
 16wks     20386   MATH101    A   Math for Liberal Arts                3     SCI 127      TR       8:00 am to 9:20 am       Lynn, Rebecca              MATH 099
 16wks     20387   MATH102    A   Number Concepts for Elem Tchrs       3     SCI 222      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am       Smith, Brenda              MATH 099
 16wks     20388   MATH103    A   Contp App of Math for Elem Tcr       2     SCI 214      TR      11:00 am to11:50 am       Strasser, Nora             MATH 102
 16wks     20389   MATH111    A   College Algebra                      3     SCI 214      MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am       Stanley, Ervin             MATH 100
 16wks     20390   MATH111    B   College Algebra                      3     SCI 222      MWF      2:00 pm to 2:50 pm       Stanley, Ervin             MATH 100
 16wks     20391   MATH112    A   Trigonometry                         3     SCI 219      TR      10:30 am to11:50 am       Smith, Brenda              MATH 111
 16wks     20392   MATH200    A   Calculus for Bus & Soc Science       3     SCI 219      MWF      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm       Stanley, Ervin             MATH 111
 16wks     20393   MATH202    A   Calculus 2                           5     SCI 214      MTWRF    1:00 pm to 1:50 pm       Strasser, Nora             MATH 102
 16wks     20394   MATH270    A   Statistics                           3     SCI 222      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am       Smith, Brenda              MATH 111
 16wks     20395   MATH270    B   Statistics                           3     SCI 324      MWF      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm       Smith, Brenda              MATH 111
1st 8wks   20396   MATH280    A   Biostatistics                        1     BTB LAB8     TR       8:30 am to 9:20 am       Strasser, Nora             BIOL 101 &
                                                                                                                                                       MATH 270
 16wks     20397   MATH350 A      Differential Equations               3     SCI 219      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am       Strasser, Nora             MATH 203
 16wks     20398   MATH360 A      Geometry                             3     SCI 219      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am       Stanley, Ervin             MATH 201
 16wks     20400   MATH490 A      Math Seminar                         1     SCI 214      W        2:00 pm to 2:50 pm       Strasser, Nora
                                                                     Spring 2013
                                                                 Schedule of Courses
 PT     CRN     Course # Sec Course                            Cr Hr Classroom Day          Course Time            Instructor         Fees          Preq
                                                   MUSIC ACADEMICS AND PERFORMANCE
16wks   20251   MUSC102   A   Music Theory & Aural Skills 2      4    RFA E23     MTWRF   11:00 am to11:50 am      Libhart, Toni
16wks   20252   MUSC102   B   Music Theory & Aural Skills 2      4    RFA B3      MTWRF   11:00 am to11:50 am    Blasdel, Lacinda
16wks   20253   MUSC135   A   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    MR       1:00 pm to 1:50 pm    Wallace, Jozelle     25.00
16wks   20254   MUSC135   B   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    MW       9:00 am to 9:50 am      Libhart, Toni      25.00
16wks   20255   MUSC135   C   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    MW      10:00 am to10:50 am    Wallace, Jozelle     25.00
16wks   20256   MUSC135   D   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    TR       2:00 pm to 2:50 pm      Libhart, Toni      25.00
16wks   20257   MUSC135   E   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    TR       3:00 pm to 3:50 pm   Loesch, LaVonna       25.00
16wks   20258   MUSC135   F   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    WF       1:00 pm to 1:50 pm      Libhart, Toni      25.00
16wks   20259   MUSC135   G   Piano Class                        1    LIBR 214    TR       4:00 pm to 4:50 pm   Loesch, LaVonna       25.00
16wks   20262   MUSC144   A   Voice Class                        1    RFA B3      R        1:00 pm to 1:50 pm   Hetherington, Lola
16wks   20263   MUSC175   A   Concert Hour                       0    RFA SEBTS   T        1:00 pm to 1:50 pm   Hetherington, Lola
16wks   20800   MUSC180   A   Instrumental Jazz Improv          0.5               T        3:00 pm to 3:50 pm       Hittle, Lisa
16wks   20696   MUSC189   A   Woodwind Instrument Meth 2         1    RFA C6      MR       1:00 pm to 1:50 pm    Thornton, Laurie
16wks   20698   MUSC202   A   Music Theory 4                     2    RFA B5      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am     Racer, Daniel
16wks   20699   MUSC204   A   Aural Skills 4                     2    RFA B5      TR      11:00 am to11:50 am     Racer, Daniel
16wks   20267   MUSC220   A   Conducting 2 (Choral)              2    RFA E23     MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am      Bartel, Mark
16wks   20272   MUSC265   A   Control of Perfomance Anxiety      2    RFA E23     TR       8:30 am to 9:20 am      Buskirk, Kay
16wks   20697   MUSC302   A   Music History & Lit 2              3    RFA B5      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am      Jarvis, Beau
16wks   20275   MUSC330   A   Analytical Techniques              3    RFA B3      MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am     Knight, James
16wks   20822   MUSC380   A   Adv Elem School Music: Tech        2    RFA D7      T        4:30 pm to 6:15 pm      Taylor, Holly
16wks   20278   MUSC440   A   Elementary School Internship      4.5                                                Taylor, Holly                    MUSC 375
16wks   20279   MUSC445   A   Secondary Music Teaching Educ      4    RFA D7      MWRF    11:00 am to11:50 am      Taylor, John                     EDUC 235
16wks   20280   MUSC450   A   Secondary School Internship       4.5                                                Taylor, John
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20282   MUSP115 A     Brass Performance-Trumpet         1-6                                               Leopold, Gary       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20283   MUSP115 B     Brass Performance-Horn            1-6                                               Kintzel, Denise     cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20284   MUSP115 C     Brass Performance-Trombone        1-6                                               Slater, Steven      cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20285   MUSP115 D     Brass Performance-Euphonium       1-6                                              Shade, Timothy       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20286   MUSP115 E     Brass Performance-Tuba            1-6                                                Taylor, John       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20981   MUSP115 F     Brass Performance-Trombone        1-6                                              Quentin Wallace      cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20287   MUSP119 A     Percussion Performance            1-6                                             Zyskowski, Ginger     cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20288   MUSP119 B     Percussion Performance            1-6                                               Glenn, William      cr hr
16wks   20289   MUSP122 A     Concert Jazz Ensemble             0-1   RFA E3      MWF     2:00 pm to 2:59 pm        Hittle, Lisa
16wks   20290   MUSP122 B     Concert Jazz Ensemble             0-1   RFA E3      TR      2:00 pm to 2:59 pm        Hittle, Lisa
                                                                      RFA E3      MWF     8:00 am to 8:50 am
16wks   20291   MUSP123 A     University Band                   0-1                                                Taylor, John
                                                                      TBA         R              TBA
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20292   MUSP126 A     String Performance-Violin         1-6                                              Sullivan, Valerie    cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20293   MUSP126 B     String Performance-Violin         1-6                                              Graves, Chelley      cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20294   MUSP126 C     String Performance-Viola          1-6                                                Buskirk, Kay       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20295   MUSP126 D     String Performance-Cello          1-6                                                Mayo, Susan        cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20296   MUSP126 E     String Performance-Bass           1-6                                               Racer, Daniel       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20297   MUSP126 F     String Performance-Guitar         1-6                                              Zellers, Randall     cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20700   MUSP 126 G    String Perf: Classical Guitar     1-6                                              Glanton, Howard      cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20301   MUSP129 A     Woodwind Performance-Flute        1-6                                               Hoffman, Amy        cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20302   MUSP129 B     Woodwind Performance-Oboe         1-6                                             Mitchell, Catherine   cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20303   MUSP129 C     Woodwind Performance-Bassoon      1-6                                             Whittemore, Kimme     cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20304   MUSP129 D     Woodwind Performance-Clarinet     1-6                                              Goter, Rachelle      cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20305   MUSP129 E     Woodwind Performance-Saxophone    1-6                                                Hittle, Lisa       cr hr
16wks   20306   MUSP133 A     Orchestra                         0-1   RFA E3      T       7:00 pm to 8:59 pm     DeSpain, Wesley
16wks   20307   MUSP134 A     Chamber Orchestra                 0-1   RFA E3      TR      4:00 pm to 4:50 pm      Racer, Daniel
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20308   MUSP136 A     Piano Performance                 1-6                                               Knight, James       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20309   MUSP136 B     Piano Performance-Jazz            1-6                                                Jarvis, Beau       cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20311   MUSP136 D     Piano Performance-Church          1-6                                              Blasdel, Lacinda     cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20313   MUSP145 A     Voice Performance                 1-6                                              Ayers, Charleen      cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20314   MUSP145 B     Voice Performance                 1-6                                             Hetherington, Lola    cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20315   MUSP145 C     Voice Performance                 1-6                                                Smith, Paul        cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20316   MUSP145 D     Voice Performance                 1-6                                              Miller, Ann Marie    cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20317   MUSP145 E     Voice Performance                 1-6                                               Turley, Charles     cr hr
                                                                                                                                      35.00   per
16wks   20318   MUSP145 F     Voice Performance                 1-6                                               Bartel, Mark        cr hr
16wks   20320   MUSP149 A     Concert Choir                     0-1   RFA E3      MWRF    12:00 pm to12:50 pm   Hetherington, Lola
                                                                              Spring 2013
                                                                          Schedule of Courses
  PT       CRN     Course # Sec Course                                 Cr Hr Classroom Day           Course Time             Instructor        Fees        Preq
 16wks     20321   MUSP150   A    Singing Quakers                       0-1    RFA C6      TWRF   12:00 pm to12:50 pm      Bartel, Mark
 16wks     20322   MUSP151   A    Women's Chorus                        0-1    RFA C6      TR      3:00 pm to 3:50 pm      Bartel, Mark
 16wks     20323   MUSP155   A    Opera Workshop                        0-1    RFA C6      MW      2:00 pm to 2:50 pm       Smith, Paul
 16wks     20332   MUSP160   B    Brass Quartet/Quintet Ensemble        0-.5               T                               Taylor, John
 16wks     20335   MUSP160   C    Guitar Ensemble                       0-.5   RFA C6      W       3:00 pm to 3:50 pm     Zellers, Randall
 16wks     20336   MUSP160   D    Jazz Combo Ensemble                   0-.5                                                Hittle, Lisa
 16wks     20337   MUSP160   E    Keyboard Ensemble                     0-.5                                              Knight, James
 16wks     20801   MUSP160   A    String Trio                           0-.5                                               Mayo, Susan
 16wks     20802   MUSP160   F    String Quartet                        0-.5                                               Buskirk, Kay
 16wks     20340   MUSP165   A    Kantorei                              0-.5   RFA E3      T      12:00 pm to12:50 pm    Hetherington, Lola
 16wks     20821   MUSP165   B    Madrigal Choir                        0-.5 RFA C6        M      12:00 pm to 12:50 pm      Bartel, Mark
 16wks     20691   MUSP245   A    Music Composition                      1-2                                                Racer, Daniel
 16wks     20341   MUSP300   A    Wichita Symphony Chorus               0-12 RFA C6        R       7:00 pm to 9:29 pm           Staff
 16wks     20342   MUSP300   B    Jazz Vocal Ensemble                   0-12 RFA C6        MWF     4:00 pm to 4:50 pm       Curry, Craig
 16wks     20343   MUSP300   C    Intermed/Ad Jazz Improv               0-12                                                 Hittle, Lisa
 16wks     20277   MUSP361   A    Applied Conducting II Choral           1-2                                                Bartel, Mark
 16wks     20701   MUSP362   A    App Conducting 2:Instrumental          1-2                                                Taylor, John
                                                                    NATURAL SCIENCE
 16wks     20401   NATS110   A    Physical Science                       4     SCI 100     MWF     8:00 am to 8:50 am    Kambampati, Mohan                 MATH 101
 16wks     20402   NATS110   VL   Physical Science Lab A                 0     SCI 211     T       8:00 am to 9:20 am    Kambampati, Mohan     35.00
 16wks     20403   NATS110   WL   Physical Science Lab B                 0     SCI 211     T      10:30 am to11:50 am    Kambampati, Mohan     35.00
 16wks     20404   NATS120   A    Biological Science                     4     SCI 214     MWF    10:00 am to10:50 am          Staff                       NATS 120
 16wks     20405   NATS120   VL   Biological Science Lab A               0     SCI 110     R       1:00 pm to 2:50 pm          Staff           35.00
 16wks     20406   NATS120   WL   Biological Science Lab B               0     SCI 110     R      10:30 am to12:20 pm          Staff           35.00
 16wks     20407   NATS135   A    Introduction to Chemistry              5     SCI 214     MWRF    8:00 am to 8:50 am          Staff                       MATH 100
 16wks     20408   NATS135   VL   Introduction to Chemistry Lab          0     SCI 321     R      10:30 am to12:20 pm          Staff           35.00
 16wks     20409   NATS488   L    Research Meth in Nat Sci              1-6                                                Branum, Gary
 16wks     20410   NATS494   L    Internship                            1-6                                                Morford, Noah
                                                                      PHILOSOPHY
 16wks     20607   PHIL100   A    Introduction to Philosophy             3     DAVIS 307   MWF     8:00 am to 8:50 am    Kabagarama, Daisy
 16wks     20608   PHIL180   A    Introduction to Ethics                 3     DAVIS 107   TR     10:30 am to11:45 am     Anderson, Braden
                                                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION
 16wks     20455   PHED100   A    Weight Training                        1                                                  Welch, Daryl
 16wks     20456   PHED105   A    Concepts of Physical Fitness           2     GPE 303     TR      8:00 am to 9:15 am    Cadenhead, Brenda
 16wks     20457   PHED107   A    Varsity Sports:M-Basketball            1                                                   Faber, Dale
 16wks     20458   PHED107   B    Varsity Sports:W-Basketball            1                                                Boothe, RaeAnne
 16wks     20459   PHED107   C    Varsity Sports: Softball               1                                                Segovia, Antonio
 16wks     20460   PHED107   D    Varsity Sports: Baseball               1                                                 Neisius, Adam
 16wks     20461   PHED107   E    Varsity Weight Training                1                                                  Welch, Daryl
 16wks     20462   PHED107   F    Varsity Sports: Men's Tennis           1                                               Rasmussen, Darrin
 16wks     20463   PHED107   G    Varsity Sports:Golf                    1                                                  Winter, Aaron
 16wks     20464   PHED107   H    Varsity Sports:Cheerleading            1                                                 Davis, Monica
 16wks     20465   PHED107   I    Varsity SportsM-Track/Field            1                                               Smithhisler, Damian
 16wks     20466   PHED107   J    Varsity SportsW-Track/Field            1                                                   Davis, Cole
 16wks     20467   PHED107   K    Varsity Sports:Women's Tennis          1                                               Rasmussen, Darrin
 16wks     20468   PHED150   A    Community First Aid & Safety           2     GPE 303     TR      1:00 pm to 1:50 pm           Staff
 16wks     20469   PHED220   A    History & Philosophy of PE             2     GPE 303     TR     10:30 am to11:20 am      Eberwein, Allen
 16wks     20470   PHED300   A    Spring Sport Practicum                 2                                               Obermeyer, Dennis
 16wks     20471   PHED315   A    Teaching Team Sports                   3     GPE 303     MW      1:00 pm to 2:15 pm    Obermeyer, Dennis
 16wks     20472   PHED410   A    Adapted Physical Education             3     GPE 303     MWF    10:00 am to10:50 am           Staff
 16wks     20473   PHED435   A    Kinesiology & Biocmechanics PE         3     GPE 303     MWF     9:00 am to 9:50 am    Obermeyer, Dennis                 NATS 220 &
                                                                                                                                                           PHED 220
 16wks     20474   PHED490 A      Capstone Course                        1     BTB LAB8    R      9:30 am to10:20 am     Obermeyer, Dennis
 16wks     20475   PHED494 L      Internship 2                          1-6                                              Obermeyer, Dennis
                                                                        PHYSICS
 16wks     20411   PHYS102 A      General Physics 2                      4     SCI 214     MWF    11:00 am to11:50 am      Branum, Gary                    PHYS 101
 16wks     20683   PHYS102 VL     General Physics 2 Lab                  0     SCI 223     R       1:00 pm to 2:20 pm      Branum, Gary        35.00

 16wks     20412   PHYS112 A      General Physics 2 w/Calculus           5     SCI 214     MWF    11:00 am to 11:50 am     Branum, Gary
                                                                               SCI 214     T       8:30 am to 9:20 am                                      PHYS 101
                                                                   POLITICAL SCIENCE
 16wks     20500   POLS260   A    Comparative Politics                   3     DAVIS 107   MWF     2:00 pm to 2:50 pm       Fox, Russell
 16wks     20494   POLS330   A    Constitutional Hist & Politics         3     BTB 100     TR      1:00 pm to 2:15 pm       Fox, Russell
 16wks     20501   POLS480   A    Selected Topics in Political S        1-3                                                 Fox, Russell


                                                                      PSYCHOLOGY
 16wks     20502   PSYC100 A      Introduction to Psychology             3     MFT 101     TR     10:30 am to11:45 am      Allan, William
 16wks     20503   PSYC100 B      Introduction to Psychology             3     DAVIS 301   T       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Stuber, Donna
1st 8wks   20506   PSYC230 AA     Human Growth & Development             3     BTB 200     M       6:00 pm to 9:50 pm       Wall, Valerie                  PSYC 100
                                                                                                                                               $50
1st 8wks 20507     PSYC240   AA   Applied Psychology                     2                 O             Online            Stuber, Donna       per cr hr   PSYC 100
 16wks   20508     PSYC250   A    Interpersonal Relations                3     BTB 203     MWF    10:00 am to10:50 am      Allan, William
 16wks   20510     PSYC280   A    Social Psychology                      3     MFT 101     TR      1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Hamm, Linda
2nd 8wks 20717     PSYC315   AB   Psychology of Religion                 3     BTB 203     W       6:00 pm to 9:20 pm      Allan, William
                                                                                                                                               $50
 16wks     20512   PSYC321 A      Child & Adolescent Development         3                 O             Online            Stuber, Donna       per cr hr   PSYC 100
2nd 8wks 20718     PSYC325 AB     Industrial Psychology                  3     BTB 202     T       6:00 pm to 9:20 pm       Balke, Sean
 16wks     20513   PSYC343 A      Psychology of Personality              3     BTB 203     W       4:30 pm to 5:50 pm      Allan, William                  PSYC 100 &
                                                                                                                                                           PSYC 230
                                                                                                                                               $50
2nd 8wks 20515     PSYC390 AB     Junior Seminar                         1                 O             Online            Stuber, Donna       per cr hr   PSYC 100 &
                                                                                                                                                           HSVA 210
                                                                            Spring 2013
                                                                        Schedule of Courses
  PT       CRN     Course # Sec Course                                Cr Hr Classroom Day           Course Time             Instructor          Fees   Preq
 16wks     20516   PSYC490 A     Senior Seminar                        1     DAVIS 111    M       4:30 pm to 5:45 pm       Allan, William              PSYC 390 &
                                                                                                                                                       SOSC 450
 16wks     20517   PSYC492 L     Research Practicum                     1                                                  Stuber, Donna
 16wks     20518   PSYC494 L     Internship                            1-6   DAVIS 301    W        6:00 pm to 8:29 pm      Allan, William
 16wks     20519   PSYC494 M     Internship:Chicago Trip               1-6   DAVIS 301    W       12:00 pm to12:50 pm      Allan, William
                                                                      RELIGION
 16wks     20610   REL100    A   Faith and Learning                    0.5   DAVIS ALUM   R        9:30 am to10:20 am      Harstine, Stan
 16wks     20616   REL125    A   Survey of the Bible                    3    DAVIS 304    MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am      Wood, Philip
 16wks     20611   REL221    A   Varieties of Religious Exp             3    DAVIS 304    TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am     Schroeder, Joel
 16wks     20612   REL222    A   Developing a Devotional Life           3    DAVIS 301    TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am    Johnson, Matthew
 16wks     20613   REL223    A   Basic Christian Beliefs                3    DAVIS 304    MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am      Wood, Philip
 16wks     20711   REL230    A   Psalms                                 3    DAVIS 307    TR      10:30 am to11:45 am         Hill, Paul
 16wks     20614   REL232    A   The Bible in Christian Sp Form         3    DAVIS 307    MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am      Harstine, Stan
 16wks     20615   REL250    A   Christian Heritage                     3    DAVIS 307    MWF      9:00 am to 9:50 am     Schroeder, Joel
 16wks     20689   REL460    A   Rel Issues: Does God Care?             3    DAVIS 301    MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am     Kettler, Christian
                                                                  RELIGION/MINISTRY
 16wks     20617   RELM350   A   Intr to Christian Spiritual Fr         3    DAVIS 109C T R        1:00 pm to 2:15 pm        Hill, Paul                REL 222
 16wks     20856   RELM325   A   Foundations of Youth Ministry          3    DAVIS 109C R         8:00 am to 10:30 am       Lefto, Justin
 16wks     20619   RELM375   A   Renovation of the Heart                3    DAVIS 301  TR        10:30 am to11:45 am    Johnson, Matthew              RELM 350
 16wks     20620   RELM493   L   Internship 1                          1-3                                                  Sehl, Patrick
 16wks     20621   RELM494   L   Internship 2                           3                                                   Sehl, Patrick
 16wks     20622   RELM494   M   Internship 2                           3                                                   Mills, Carrie
 16wks     20623   RELM495   L   Ad Stud: Christian Spr Form            3    DAVIS 307    MWF     2:00 pm to 2:50 pm       Harstine, Stan
                                                                    SOCIAL SCIENCE
 16wks     20520   SOSC210   A   Found of American Character           3     BTB 202      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am       Fox, Russell
 16wks     20521   SOSC210   B   Found of American Character           3     BTB 202      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am       Fox, Russell
 16wks     20522   SOSC430   A   Data Anly for Soc & Beh Sci           3     BTB 101      TR       4:30 pm to 5:45 pm       Wynn, Victor
 16wks     20523   SOSC450   A   Methods of Social Sci Research        3     DAVIS 301    M        4:00 pm to 4:50 pm      Stuber, Donna               COMP 202
                                                                     SOCIOLOGY
 16wks     20524   SOCI100   A   Principles of Sociology               3     BTB 200      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am      Wynn, Victor
 16wks     20525   SOCI160   A   Social Problems                       3     BTB 102      TR      10:30 am to11:45 am      Wynn, Victor
1st 8wks   20477   SOCI225   A   Criminal Law                          3     BTB 102      TR       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Wynn, Victor
 16wks     20509   SOCI250   A   Interpersonal Relations               3     BTB 203      MWF     10:00 am to10:50 am      Allan, William
 16wks     20479   SOCI255   A   Juvenile Delinquency                  3     DAVIS 307    TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am     Johnston, Sean
 16wks     20526   SOCI260   A   Cultural Anthropology                 3     DAVIS 114    TR       8:00 am to 9:15 am     Barlow, Teddie
 16wks     20511   SOCI280   A   Social Psychology                     3     MFT 101      TR       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Hamm, Linda                 PSYC 100 OR
                                                                                                                                                       SOCI 100
 16wks     20719   SOCI480   A   Selected Tpcs: Human Sexuality         3    MFT 102      TR      10:30 am to11:45 am      Hamm, Linda
 16wks     20484   SOCI490   A   Senior Seminar                         1    DAVIS 111    M        4:30 pm to 5:45 pm      Allan, William
 16wks     20528   SOCI494   L   Internship                            1-6   DAVIS 101    W        6:00 pm to 8:29 pm      Allan, William
 16wks     20529   SOCI494   M   Internship: Chicago Trip              1-6   DAVIS 101    W       12:00 pm to12:50 pm      Allan, William
                                                                       SPANISH
 16wks     20626   SPAN101 A     Beginning Spanish 1                   4     DAVIS 109C   MW       7:00 pm to 9:05 pm    Nordine, Alexander
                                                                             BTB 108      MWF      9:00 AM to 9:50 am
 16wks     20627   SPAN102 A     Beginning Spanish 2                   4                                                Urrutia Zarzo, Manuel
                                                                             BTB 108      TR       8:30 am to 9:20 am
 16wks     20628   SPAN102   B   Beginning Spanish 2                   4     DAVIS 304    MTWRF    1:00 pm to 1:50 pm       Smartt, Jerry
 16wks     20629   SPAN202   A   Intermediate Spanish 2                3     DAVIS 304    MWF      2:00 pm to 2:50 pm       Smartt, Jerry              SPAN 201
 16wks     20630   SPAN305   A   Intermed Spanish Conversation         3     BTB 108      TR      10:30 am to11:45 am      Hughes, Megan               SPAN 202
 16wks     20631   SPAN310   A   Spanish Composition                   3     BTB 108      TR       1:00 pm to 2:15 pm      Hughes, Megan               SPAN 303
 16wks     20632   SPAN480   A   Advanced Conversation                 3     BTB 108      TR      10:30 am to11:45 am      Hughes, Megan               SPAN 305
 16wks     20633   SPAN498   A   Study Abroad Workshop:LaSalle         3     BTB 102      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am   Urrutia Zarzo, Manuel
                                                                  SPANISH LITERATURE
 16wks     20625   SPAL360   A   Spanish-American Literature           3     DAVIS 304    MF      3:00 pm to 4:15 pm        Smartt, Jerry              SPAN 303
                                                                       SPEECH
 16wks     20634   SPCH100 A     Public Speaking                       3     BTB 200      MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am      Priebe, Kurt
 16wks     20635   SPCH100 B     Public Speaking                       3     BTB 102      MWF      2:00 pm to 2:50 pm     Parker, Charles
                                                                       THEATRE
 16wks     20724   THEA125 A     Fundamentals for Actors               3     RFA D6       MWF     11:00 am to11:50 am     Parker, Charles              FINA 112 &
                                                                                                                                                       FINA 113
 16wks     20702   THEA150 A     Theatre Workshop                      0.5   RFA D6       T       2:30 pm to 4:00 pm      Parker, Charles
                                                                             RFA D6       T       3:00 pm to 4:15 pm
 16wks     20703   THEA355 A     Stage Mngmt & Technical Dir           3                                                    Priebe, Kurt
                                                                             RFA D7       R       3:00 pm t0 4:15pm
 16wks     20231   THEA487 A     Ad St: Theatre Prod Practicum         1-3                                                     Staff
 16wks     20228   THEA488 A     Ad St: Theatre Perfm Practicum        1-3                                                Parker, Charles
                                                                    Spring 2013
                                                                Schedule of Courses
 PT     CRN     Course # Sec Course                           Cr Hr Classroom Day       Course Time          Instructor       Fees   Preq
                                                             ZOO SCIENCE
16wks   20416   ZOSC210 A   Zoo Science                        3             M        3:00 pm to 5:50 pm   Mathews, Patrick          BIOL 101
16wks   20417   ZOSC220 A   Zoo Operations                     2             R        3:15 pm to 5:05 pm   Mathews, Patrick          ZOSC 210
16wks   20418   ZOSC310 A   Intro to Captive Animal Health     2             T        3:15 pm to 5:05 pm   Mathews, Patrick          BIOL 101 OR
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 120 &
                                                                                                                                     BIOL 320
16wks   20419   ZOSC341 A   Management of Captive Mammals      2             W        2:15 pm to 4:05 pm   Mathews, Patrick          ZOSC 120 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 210 &
                                                                                                                                     BIOL 320
16wks   20420   ZOSC342 A   Management of Captive Birds        2             M        2:15 pm to 4:05 pm   Mathews, Patrick          ZOSC 120 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 210 &
                                                                                                                                     BIOL 320
16wks   20422   ZOSC494 L   Zoo Practicum                      2                                           Mathews, Patrick          ZOSC 120 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 210 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 341 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 342 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 343 &
16wks   20914   ZOSC494 M   Zoo Practicum                      2                                           Mathews, Patrick          ZOSC 120 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 210 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 341 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 342 &
                                                                                                                                     ZOSC 343 &
16wks   20421   ZOSC495 L   Zoological Internship              1-3                                         Mathews, Patrick          ZOSC 210

								
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