"HST 107 Africa to 1800 - This course explores the history of Africa"
WINTER 2008 REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR UP-TO-DATE information visit the web at http://www.union.edu/CSCHED_PUBLIC/08.WI.html Course selections must be made in consultation with faculty advisors. The 2007-08 Academic Register gives full descriptions of courses as well as information on prerequisites. Additional course descriptions may be found within this document. COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM: Courses numbered 0-49 carry no credit. Courses numbered 50-99 are designated for General Education or other courses that do not count for the major. Courses numbered 100-199 are all introductory level offerings. Courses numbered 200-299 are those at the sophomore/junior level that may also be taken by non-majors. Courses numbered 300-399 are upper-level which are primarily intended for majors, i.e. courses which represent the depth component of the major. Courses numbered 400-499 are all advanced level courses for seniors, including those used to fulfill the Senior Writing Experience (WS), seminars, research, thesis and independent studies. COURSE LOAD: Written Permission from your advisor is required and must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar when taking less than the normal course load (three (3) courses) per term. See below for information regarding fourth courses. FOREIGN LANGUAGES: Before you sign up for your first language course at Union, you must check with the Modern Languages department so that the level at which you should be placed can be determined, even if you have studied the same language in high school. You will be given a placement recommendation form that must be brought to the Registrar either during prescheduling or add/drop. For information on prerequisites, please refer to the catalog. No student will be allowed to register for a language course unless they: 1) have taken the prerequisite course here at Union or 2) have a signed placement recommendation form. Fourth Course Policy The annual tuition at Union allows a student to register for three terms taking three courses per term. This allows students to complete the required 36 courses for graduation. In some Engineering programs as many as 40 courses may be required and those students are permitted to enroll in 10 courses per year. Under certain circumstances students may be allowed to take a fourth course in a term. Students who are making satisfactory progress in their program of study are allowed to enroll in one fourth course during an academic year at no extra charge, provided they have a GPA of at least 3.3. These courses can be used to enhance the student’s academic experience at Union. All such courses will appear on the transcript and can be used to fulfill program requirements; however, they can not be used for the purpose of accelerated graduation. (This includes fourth courses taken on a Term Abroad.) Fourth courses can also be used to make up a deficiency in credits due to withdrawals or failure or if a student does not have the requisite GPA. A 4th course fee will be charged under these circumstances (for 2007-2008 the fee will be approximately $2,720). Students whose GPA is below 2.5 will need the written permission of Dean Rosenthal before signing up for a fourth course. All students, including engineering students, with the exception of Leadership in Medicine (LIM) and Scholar Students will be required to fill out the “Petition to Enroll in a Fourth Course” form. Forms are available at the Registrar’s Office in Silliman Hall or on the web @ www.advising.union.edu/advisingforms.html . 08/WI 1 12/19/2007 *** DESCRIPTIONS OF COURSES NOT IN THE 2007-2008 ACADEMIC REGISTER *** AAH 306 Color Pigments and Paintings in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Prof. Matthew. This course examines the material and techniques used by Western European painters during the period ca. 1200 to ca. 1600. We will also be examining theories concerning color and light as articulated by intellectuals and practitioners of the period. Because many artisans other than painters used color (and the colorants and other materials needed to obtain color), we will occasionally be widening our scope to examine, for example, various forms of glass, ceramics and dyed textiles. Our main focus will be on Italy, but we will take excursions north across the Alps at certain moments in the course. This course is also intended to introduce you to the role of scientific examination, analysis and treatment of paintings, and what they do (or do not) tell us about materials, techniques, and the tastes for colors and coloristic effects in the periods we are covering. Prerequisites: Any AAH Course. AAH 320 17th and 18th Century European Art. Prof. Ogawa. This course will introduce students to the major European art movements of the 17th and 18th centuries. It will be structured chronologically and cover the art of the Catholic Counter-reformation, the “Golden Age” in the Netherlands, the art under the absolute monarchy in France, the Rococo period, and the rise of Neo-classicism during the enlightenment. We will examine the stylistic characteristics of these major movements, and explore the relationships between art and religious, political, and cultural history. GENED: EUC Prerequisites: AAH 101, 102, 103, or instructor’s permission. ADA 060 Hip Hop Dance 1 Practicum. Prof. Domenico. This class gives students the opportunity to learn the basic of this popular and important dance form. A style based on routines from street jazz, breaking, popping, and locking. This dance style welcomes students with no previous dance experience and is a dazzling way for students to gain confidence in their body to today’s most celebrated pop music. No prerequisite. ADA O61 Hip Hop Dance II Practicum. Prof. Domenico. This class provides trained dancers with a high energy class in an innovative dance style. Hip Hop is urban, it’s diverse, and it’s forever changing. The freestyle dance fusion gives students the opportunity to develop their own sense of style to the latest hit songs. Intermediate level. ADA 070 Choreography: Modern Dance Practicum. Prof. Moutillet. This class will give students the opportunity to participate in the creation of a dance piece. We will focus on the post-modern era and its dance vocabulary by rehearsing cumulative movements, 1960s-80s music, and the integration of multi-media. Each week the class will build on created material which will ultimately lead to the completion of a dance work to be presented as part of the Winter Dance Concert 2008. Intermediate and advance level. ADA 071 Choreography: Jazz Practicum. Prof. Rogers. This class offers students the chance to be a part of a dance creation. Each week the class will participate in the composition of an innovative dance utilizing the jazz form. This class will primarily focus upon the post-modern dance vocabulary of the 1960s-1980s. Through participation in this class, students will explore a wide range of intricate and innovative movements as a means of self-expression and individual study. The result will be presented as part of the Winter Dance Concert 2008. Intermediate and advance level. ANT 170 Myth, Ritual and Magic. Prof. Bedford. This class explores myth, ritual and magic from historical and anthropological perspectives. It draws on examples of religious expression that highlight their interrelationships, and discusses their meaning and significance in ancient and modern religious communities. Examples will be drawn from areas including ancient Egypt, shamanism and western esoteric traditions. 08/WI 2 12/19/2007 ATH 240 Theater Criticism. Prof. Culbert. This is an intensive and practical course on reading and writing dramatic criticism. A look at the concepts and practices of theater criticism in American Theater begins with a discussion of major theories of Western drama, from Aristotle to Artaud. Through the reading and discussion of contemporary examples of dramatic criticism and directed studies in techniques of journalistic writing students will gain an understanding of the nature and function of a theater review and an ability to critically view theater productions. Writing will include research essays, response papers and critical reviews of play scripts as well as performances on campus and at professional theaters. Prerequisite: ATH 110 or instructor’s permission. BIO 202 Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton Prof. Danowski. This course will investigate the mechanisms underlying the process of cell Motility, including swimming locomotion (powered by cilia and flagella), crawling cell locomotion, muscle contraction, and bacterial chemotaxis. We’ll consider the mechanical and biochemical properties of the cytoskeleton and how they enable cell locomotion. CSC 106 Can Computers Think? An Introduction to Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Programming. Prof. Striegnitz. This course is an introduction to computer science and programming that uses artificial intelligence as an overarching theme. On the one hand, it will introduce students to algorithms, basic data structures, and programming techniques. On the other hand, it will discuss questions in the philosophy of artificial intelligence and introduce some basic methods from artificial intelligence (search, game playing, machine learning) Cluster: QMR. Petition Required. CSC 280 User Interfaces. Prof. Fernandes. Introduction to the field of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) through the study of user interfaces, theory and application of what makes an interface usable. Design principals, empirical studies, and statistical analysis will be employed in team based projects. Students will make extensive use of the LESS empirical laboratory for recording and analyzing subjects. Prerequisite: CSC 140. ENS 460 Senior Capstone in Environmental Studies. Prof. Cockburn. This course brings together the expertise and experience of all environmental studies seniors to study contemporary environmental issues, usually related to a single topic or small number of topics. Issues may include legal cases, legislation and regulation, application of technology to social problems, and national and global environmental policy. Class time may include discussion, debate, field trips, class presentations, and outside speakers. Research and presentation of findings will be stressed. Prerequisite: Senior standing. FRN 432 Imagining Algeria: Representations of Algeria in French and Francophone Literature and Film. Prof. Loth. This course focuses on artistic representations of Algeria in French and Franco-Algerian literature, film, and painting in order to gain perspective on the complex continuing relationship between these two nations. Topics to be explored include Orientalism and the legacies of colonial representation, national identity, the Algerian War, postcolonial identities, and pied-noir identity. The texts of this course introduce students to the importance of the Algerian territory in France’s construction of its own national identity during the colonial period and to the narratives of resistance to French colonialism in Algerian literature and film. GenEd: CDAA. Prerequisite: FRN 201 or any FRN 300 level course. GEO 255 Volcanology w/ Lab. Prof. Frey. This course teaches an overview of the geological, chemical, and physical processes that generate volcanoes and the implication of volcanic activity for humankind. Topics include tectonic environments associated with volcanism and what they tell us about Earth’s internal processes; properties, generation, and evolution of magmas and magma chambers; eruptive mechanisms; classification of volcanic deposits; climatic effects; and volcanic hazards, including their prediction and mitigation. Labs will include case studies of classic volcanic eruptions. Prerequisite: Any introductory geology course; weekly lab. Prerequisite: any GEO course. HST 203 Judaism/ Christianity/ Islam: Comparative Perspectives. Prof. Bedford. See REL 203 08/WI 3 12/19/2007 HST 243 Ottoman Political and Economic History, 1298-1923. Prof. Tadros. This course is an intensive survey of Ottoman political and economic history, of an empire that grew from a small principality in the Byzantine and Seljuk marches, to a powerful force in global political and economic affairs. The course will cover Ottoman history from the Byzantine world and its contraction beginning with the rise of Islam, through pre- modern imperialism and conclude with the weakening of the Empire and its final demise between 1914 and 1923. How the Ottoman’s were able to rule and maintain a heterogeneous population of Eastern European Christians (Slavs, Greeks, etc.), Anatolian Kurds and Turks, and Arab Christians, Muslims, and Jews, is the central question in our investigation. Prerequisite: Priority to history majors or instructor’s permission. HST 343 Europe and Islam to Enlightenment. Prof. Tadros. This course will trace the dynamic relationship between “Europe” and the “Middle East” from the rise of Islam to the Enlightenment. Through philosophical works and travel accounts from the Mediterranean region, students will examine how European and Middle Eastern views of the “other” evolved over time, as the domination of the Mediterranean shifted from East to West. The course will examine the assumptions of the “Clash of Civilizations” theory, illustrating that the complex relationships between West and East depended on the political and economic balance of power between these two regions. Prerequisite: Priority to History Majors any 100 or 200 level course or instructor’s permission. IDM 325 Entrepreneurship Seminar. Prof. Fried. The object of the course is to develop business/marketing plans for senior projects in engineering that will explore the potential for commercialization. Interdisciplinary teams will be organized around each senior project. In order to be successful, the engineers will have to communicate the value of their innovative project to social scientists, arts majors and humanists; social scientists, arts majors and humanists will have to communicate the marketing and business strategy to engineers. This course is about interdisciplinary communication, creativity, teamwork, and entrepreneurship. Petition Required. MER 302 Engineering Optimization. Prof. Ramasubramanian. Introduction to development and application of mathematical and numerical methods used to analyze engineering problems including mathematical model building, unconstrained optimization, linear programming, constrained optimization, transformation, nonlinear programming. Prerequisite: CSC 070, MER 201, MER 232. MTH 104 Introduction to Statistics- Analysis of Data. Staff. An introductory course on the concepts and application of probability and the analysis of sampling data. Topics include an introduction to numerical and graphical descriptions of data, probability, random variables, linear regression, sampling theory, and inference. Applicable for Environmental Studies, not open to students who received credit for MTH 052, PSY 200. Petition required. PHL 111 Ethics Bowl Practicum. Prof. Mathias. This practicum provides students the opportunity to further develop their ethical reasoning, critical thinking, and communication skills by participating in the National Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Program and the Bioethics Bowl. Ethics Bowls are case study competitions that combine the excitement and fun of a competitive quiz with an innovative approach to education in practical and professional ethics. Students enrolled in this course will represent Union College at three events in the 2007-2008 academic years. Petition required. PSC 050 Pi Sigma Alpha Journal Practicum. Prof. Oxley. This course will be designed to provide guidance and hands-on experience for editing a research journal. Students enrolled in the course will be serving on the editorial board of the Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics. This journal, sponsored by Pi Sigma Alpha, the national political science honor society, will be hosted by Union College for three years beginning in the Fall of 2007. The journal publishes manuscripts from undergraduate political science students from across the nation. Editorial board membership will be open to all Union members of Pi Sigma Alpha. Prerequisite: Pi Sigma Alpha membership. Petition required. 08/WI 4 12/19/2007 PSC 245R Genocide. Prof. Lobe. This course examines the tragic history, causes, and results of genocide. Attention will be placed on theories that attempt to explain why genocide occurs, the ethical choices and dilemmas of genocidal situations, and solutions that might halt genocidal violence. Some focus will be placed on heroes (rescuers), but the general theme of the course is of unmatched horror and the ability to commit unspeakable deeds. Prerequisite: sophomore standing or PSC 111 or 112. GENED: WAC. PSC 256 National Model United Nations- Zambia. Prof. Watson. The National Model United Nations (NMUN) is one of the most prestigious collegiate conferences in the world. By bringing together over 4000 students from more than 100 colleges and universities around the world, it is also the largest UN simulation in the world. Its goals are to develop diplomatic skills amongst college students while at the same time helping to increase the levels of interaction and interdependence that exist between the academic communities around the world. Students and faculty from five continents work feverishly to propose resolutions addressing regional conflicts, peacekeeping, human rights, woman and children, economic and social development, and the environment. The NMUN programs provide students a better understanding of the inner working of the United Nations and they build skills in diplomacy and compromise. Petition Required. PSC 271 Environmental Politics and Law. Prof. Cusick. This course offers an introduction to U.S. environmental politics as a policy-making process. It also examines the content of laws and policies that this process has produced, with the United States as a principal focus. The course places special emphasis on case studies and specific topics to emphasize the process and alternatives to achieve results. There will be some considerations of international and global issues as well. Prerequisite: Sophomore standing or PSC 111, or 112. REL 170 Myth, Ritual and Magic. Prof. Bedford. See ANT 170. REL 203 Judaism/Christianity/Islam: Comparative Perspectives. Prof. Bedford. A comparative study of three great monotheistic traditions. Outlines how each understands its origin and historical development, and also examines the similarities and differences between the three traditions in respect to ideas of God; revelation, scripture and tradition; mysticism; and community and politics. SPN 374 Murder, Suicide, and Other Unfortunate events in Spanish and Latin-American Literature. Prof. Martinez. This course focuses on readings that touch upon different topics from the Civil War in Spain, to social injustice, oppression, and existential angst in Latin America. The course will include plays, short stories and poetry by authors including, Federico Garcia Lorca, Alfonso Sastre, Juan Rulfo, Julio Cortazar, Luis Rafael Sanchez, and Luisa Valenzuela. Prerequisite: SPN 203. GenEd: CDLA 08/WI 5 12/19/2007 ***KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS*** Y= Petition Course (written permission is required to register for course) Key to GenEd and Core Components Curriculum abbreviations: AMC American Civ EUC European Civ AMCS American Civ/Survey EUCS European Civ/Survey AMHT American History EUHT European History AML American Lit EUL European Lit AMLS American Lit/Survey EULS European Lit/Survey ANC Ancient Civ LCC Linguistic & Cultural Component ANCS Ancient Civ/Survey MATH Mathematics ANHT Ancient History QMR Quantitative & Math Reasoning ANL Ancient Lit SCIE GenEd Science ANLS Ancient Lit/Survey SCLB Science w/Lab CDAA Africana Studies SCMJ Science for Majors CDEA East Asian Studies SCMT Science w/Math CDLA Latin American Studies SOCS Social Science Key to WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM abbreviations: WAC=one unit of writing credit WAC/S = WAC or Senior Writing WS=Senior Writing NOTE: Writing courses are designated as either WAC or WS. All students will need five (5) WAC courses, including one outside the Division of the major, and one senior writing experience, (WS). Location Codes: BAIL Bailey Hall NWSE North Wing, Sci & Engr Ctr BEUT Beuth House OLIN Olin Building BLUE Blue House SORM Sorum House BREZ Breazzano (Orange) house SSCI Social Science Bldg. BUTR Butterfield Hall STZH Steinmetz Hall COLC Reamer Campus Center Auditorium SWSE South Wing, Sci & Engr Ctr ELAB Engineering Lab TMC Taylor Music Center GOLB Golub House VART Visual Arts Building GREN Green House DANS – Dance Studio HUMN Humanities Building VAS – Visual Art Studio LIBR Library YULM Yulman Theatre MEMC Memorial Chapel WOLD Wold House 08/WI 6 12/19/2007 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES Practicum Courses – One course credit is optionally available for participation, after 3 practicum of: Ceramics (AVA 010-030) Choir (AMU016); Orchestra (AMU017); Jazz Ensemble (AMU015); Tap (ADA045);Theater (ATH010); Dance (ADA010-012 – fees applicable); and vocal and instrumental lessons (AMU010 – individual fees). For full details contact Departmental Offices. Please note: ADA 011, 012, 021, 031, 045, 046, 061 are for trained dancers. ADA-010 and ADA-020 are for beginners and ADA 035 ,040, 060 are for students of all levels. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT COURSE CURRICULUM REVISION: The English department has made substantial changes to their curriculum effective with the Fall 2006 course offerings. English majors should meet with their advisers to discuss the impact of these changes on their program of study if they have not already done so. Students wishing to take English courses to satisfy GenEd requirements may take Intermediate Courses after taking one Introductory Course. For most Intermediate Courses, either of the Introductory Courses (EGL 100 or 101) will suffice. However, during the transition from the old GenEd program to the new core components curriculum, students who have taken any English department course will be considered to have met the requirement for an Introductory Course. In Addition for the class of 2008; any literature course will satisfy the Section I GenEd requirement regardless of the student’s history/survey or European/American track. Any Gen Ed student who has not yet taken an English course will need to enroll in Introduction to Literary Studies. Any Gen Ed student who has already taken one English course may enroll in an intermediate (200-level) course. Any Gen Ed student who has already taken two English courses may enroll in an intermediate (200-level) course or a junior seminar (300-level). Senior seminars (400-level) are reserved exclusively for majors. MULTIPLE SECTION COURSES: SPECIAL NOTE TO ALL STUDENTS SIGNING UP FOR COURSES WHICH HAVE MULTIPLE SECTIONS, ESPECIALLY IN THE SCIENCES: Due to the possibility of over and under enrollments in certain sections of multiple section courses, the Registrar’s Office, at the request of department chairs, may switch students out of their originally scheduled courses in order to balance the sections. CROSS-REFERENCED COURSES: The first course is the cross-referenced course and the second course is the “Main” course. Students have the option of signing up for the course under one of the two department headings. If you have a question about the course, or if it is designated as a “petition” course, please see the department that is listed second (the main course). Main Course Main Course ANT-148 Crossed with AMU-120 PSY-315 Crossed with BIO-365 ATH-150 Crossed with ADA-150 REL-170 Crossed with ANT-170 BCH-382 Crossed with CHM-382 REL-201 Crossed with CLS-232 BIO-210 Crossed with PSY-210 REL-203 Crossed with HST-203 BIO-382 Crossed with CHM-382 SOC-203 Crossed with PSY-230 CSC 283 Crossed with BIO-283 WGS-153 Crossed with HST-125 CSC-318 Crossed with ECE-318 WGS-173 Crossed with ANT-139 ESC-224 Crossed with CHM-224 WGS-192 Crossed with ANT-125 MER-240 Crossed with BIO-240 WGS-221 Crossed with SOC-206 PHL-418 Crossed with PHL-408 WGS-364 Crossed with EGL-256 PSC-123 Crossed with MTH-060 WGS-370 Crossed with PSC-385 08/WI 7 12/19/2007 GEN-ED COURSES: WINTER 2008 ___________________________________________________________________ SCIENCE The following courses are designated as "...suitable for non–Science majors in fulfilling the GenEd science requirement." Students are reminded that any science course for major credit may count for the GenEd requirement, but at least one of the two courses must offer a laboratory experience (and not all major courses have labs). BIO-065 Food in the 21st Century W/Lab SCLB ENS-100 Intro to Environ Studies W/Lab SCLB GEO-101 Earth, Life Thru Time w/Lab SCLB GEO-109 Global Climate Dynamics W/ Lab SCLB The following courses are designated as "...suitable for the non–Science major who has a good background in the area and a strong interest in the subject matter." Students are reminded that any science course for major credit may count for the GenEd requirement, but at least one of the two courses must offer a laboratory experience (and not all major courses have labs). BIO-101 Cells & Organisms w/Lab SCLB BIO-102 Heredity/Evol/Ecology w/Lab SCLB CHM-101 Matter:Struc & Change w/Lab SCLB CHM-101E Struc&Chg: Environ Appl w/Lab SCLB CHM-102 Matter:Enrgy& Dynamics w/Lab SCLB PHY-111 Physics/Life Sciences 2 w/Lab SCLB PHY-120 Matter in Motion W/Lab SCLB PHY-120H Matter in Motion Honors w/lab SCLB MATHEMATICS MTH-054 Number Theory MATH MTH-057 Game Theory MATH MTH-060 Mathematics & Politics MATH MTH-101 Calculus with Precalc 2 MATH MTH-104 Stat Intro: Analysis of Data MATH MTH-110 Calculus 1 MATH MTH-112 Calculus 2 MATH MTH-113 AP Calculus MATH PSC-123 Mathematics & Politics MATH AMERICAN SEQUENCE LITS AND CIVS If your history sequence is HST-101 – History of the United States to the Civil War and HST-102 – History of United States Since the Civil War, you should select your Lit and Civ courses from among the following. One course must be a literature course; the other may be literature or civilization. Class 2009 – Only one American History course required. AAH-221 History of Photography 2 AMCS AAH-366 Contemporary Art & Theory AMC EGL-100 Intro to Study of Lit: Poetry AML EGL-101 Intro to Study of Lit: Fiction AML 08/WI 8 12/19/2007 EGL-201 Workshop in Fiction AML EGL-272 American Poetry Since 1960 AML EGL-287 Science Fiction AML EGL-310 Junior Sem: Harlem Renaissance AMLS PHL-248 Philosophy & Current Affairs AMC PSC-332 Amer Political Thought to WWI AMC ANCIENT SEQUENCE LITS & CIVS If your history sequence is CLS–121 – History of Greece and CLS–125 – History of Rome, you should select your Literature and Civilization courses from among the following. One course must be a literature course; the other may be literature or civilization. CLASS 2009 – only one Lit & Civ course required in Ancient sequence. CLS-162 Greek & Roman Tragedy in Trans ANLS CLS-232 Religion in the Pagan World ANCS EGL-226 World of the Bible ANCS GRK-231 Homer: The Odyssey ANL LAT-240 Vergil's Aeneid ANL MLT-209 The New Wall of China ANLS PHL-150 Ancient Philosophy ANCS EUROPEAN SEQUENCE LITS AND CIVS If your history sequence is HST–103 – History of Europe I and HST–104 – History of Europe II, you should select your Lit and Civ courses from among the following. One course must be a literature course; the other may be literature or civilization. Class 2009 – only one European history course required. AAH-102 Intro to Art History 2 EUCS AAH-320 17th-18th Century European Art EUC AMU-212 Baroque Music EUC ANT-290 Thinking About Culture EUC ECO-236 Comparative Economics EUC EGL-100 Intro to Study of Lit: Poetry EUL EGL-101 Intro to Study of Lit: Fiction EUL EGL-201 Workshop in Fiction EUL EGL-204 Medieval Lit 2: 14th Cent Lit EULS EGL-224 Shakespeare after 1600 EUL EGL-252 Changing Ireland EUL EGL-256 Rise of the Novel EUL EGL-303 Jr. Sem: Literary Theory EUL GER-337 German Cabaret Thru the 20th C EULS PSC-113 Intro to Political Thought EUCS SOC-305 History:Sociological Thought EUC WGS-364 Rise of the Novel EUL 08/WI 9 12/19/2007 CULTURAL DIVERSITY TRACK (FOR SECTION IV OF GENED) If you want to use the Cultural Diversity Track to fulfill Section IV of GenEd, you should take three courses in one of the following areas: Africana Studies (CDAA), East Asian Studies (CDEA), or Latin American Studies (CDLA). Class of 2009 – 3 courses total with at least 2 in one area. CDAA AMU-133 Music of Latin America CDAA ANT-186 Political Economy S. Africa CDAA EGL-268 Contemporary African Fiction CDAA EGL-310 Junior Sem: Harlem Renaissance CDAA FRN-307 Negritude Movement CDAA FRN-432 Imagining Algeria CDAA HST-108 Modern Africa 1800-Present CDAA HST-401A Seminar: French Empire CDAA SOC-230 African-Amer in Cont Society CDAA SPN-432 Race, Politics, & Diasporas CDAA CDEA AAH-105 Arts of Japan CDEA AAH-286 Art&Religion of the Silk Road CDEA ANT-189 East Asia in Motion CDEA ANT-232 From Bombs to Buddhism CDEA CHN-101 Basic Chinese 2 CDEA CHN-201 Intermediate Chinese 2 CDEA CHN-301 Advanced Chinese 2 CDEA ECO-234 Japanese-Amer Fin & Trade CDEA JPN-101 Basic Japanese 2 CDEA JPN-201 Intermediate Japanese 2 CDEA MLT-209 The New Wall of China CDEA PSC-253 Interntl Politics in East Asia CDEA PSC-345 Contemporary Chinese Politics CDEA CDLA AMU-133 Music of Latin America CDLA ANT-229 Ruminations on Violence CDLA FRN-307 Negritude Movement CDLA HST-311 Frontiers in the Americas CDLA SPN-328 Inquiring Identities CDLA SPN-374 Murder&Suicide in Lat AmerLit CDLA SPN-432 Race, Politics, & Diasporas CDLA 08/WI 10 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Accounting_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ACC-100-01 Survey of Accounting OLIN 106+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Nealon, W. 1.00 Africana Studies_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ AMU-133 Music of Latin America See Music ANT-186 Political Economy S. Africa See Anthropology EGL-268 Contemporary African Fiction See English EGL-310 Junior Sem: Harlem Renaissance See English FRN-307 Negritude Movement See French FRN-432 Imagining Algeria See French HST-108 Modern Africa 1800-Present See History HST-401A Seminar: French Empire See History SOC-230 African-Amer in Cont Society See Sociology SPN-432 Race, Politics, & Diasporas See Spanish American Studies________________________________________________________________________________________________________ AMS-498-20 American Studies Sen Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 AMS-499-20 American Studies Sen Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Anthropology___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ANT-110-01 Intro to Cultural Anthropology SSCI 017+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Tierney, K. SOCS/LCC 1.00 ANT-125-01 Childhood in Anthro Perspectiv SSCI 012+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Brison, K. WAC 1.00 ANT-139-01 Family and Kinship HUMN 014+ TTH 10:55AM 11:40AM Byron, R. LCC 1.00 ANT-148-01 Intro to World Music TMC 120 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Matsue, J.M. 1.00 ANT-170-01 Myth, Ritual and Magic HUMN 115 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Bedford, P. 1.00 ANT-186-01 Political Economy S. Africa BLUE 105+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Fay, D. CDAA/LCC 1.00 ANT-189-01 East Asia in Motion HUMN 014+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Tierney, K. CDEA/LCC 1.00 ANT-229-01 Ruminations on Violence ORAN 106+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Gandsman, A. CDLA/LCC 1.00 ANT-232-01 From Bombs to Buddhism HUMN 014+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Matsue, J.M. CDEA/LCC/WAC 1.00 ANT-272-01 Psychological Anthropology HUMN 019+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Gandsman, A. 1.00 ANT-290-01 Thinking About Culture SSCI 017+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Brison, K. EUC 1.00 ANT-296H-01 Anthro Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Tierney, K. 1.00 ANT-498-20 Anthropology Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 ANT-499-20 Anthropology Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Arabic_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Arabic course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. ARB-101-01 Basic Arabic 2 SSCI 010+ MW 04:55PM 06:35PM Saffar, M. 1.00 ARB-101-02 Basic Arabic 2 SSCI 010+ TTH 03:50PM 05:35PM Saffar, M. 1.00 Art History______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ AAH-102-01 Intro to Art History 2 VART 215+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Matthew, L. EUCS 1.00 AAH-105-01 Arts of Japan VART 215+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Wang, Y. CDEA/LCC 1.00 AAH-221-01 History of Photography 2 VART 215+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Ogawa, D. AMCS 1.00 AAH-286-01 Art&Religion of the Silk Road VART 215+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Wang, Y. CDEA/LCC 1.00 AAH-306-01 Color, Pigments and Paintings VART 215+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Matthew, L. 1.00 AAH-320-01 17th-18th Century European Art VART 215+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Ogawa, D. EUC 1.00 AAH-366-01 Contemporary Art & Theory VART 215+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Cox, L. AMC 1.00 AAH-400-01 Sem: Methods of Art History Y VART 210 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Cox, L. WS 1.00 AAH-490-01 Art History Ind Study 1 To Be Announced Matthew, L. 1.00 AAH-498-20 Art History Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 AAH-499-20 Art History Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Astronomy______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ AST-210-01 Galaxies OLIN 301+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Koopmann, R. 1.00 08/WI 11 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Biochemistry____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please note: At the request of the dept. chair, students in multiple section courses may be switched from their originally scheduled section in order to optimize enrollment. BCH-382-01 Biochem: Struc & Catalys W/Lab Y OLIN 306+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Fox, K. WAC 1.00 BCH-382L-01 Biochem: Struc & Catalysis Lab SWSE 218 W 01:50PM 05:40PM Fox, K. 0.00 BCH-382L-02 Biochem: Struc & Catalysis Lab SWSE 218 TH 01:55PM 05:45PM Fox, K. 0.00 Biology________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please note: At the request of the dept. chair, students in multiple section courses may be switched from their originally scheduled section in order to optimize enrollment. BIO-065-01 Food in the 21st Century W/Lab Y BAIL 207+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Willing, R. SCLB 1.00 BIO-065L-01 Food in the 21st Century Lab SWSE 004 TH 01:55PM 04:45PM Willing, R. 0.00 BIO-080-01 Hospital Health Care Practicum Y To Be Announced Beaton, R. WAC 1.00 BIO-101-01 Cells & Organisms w/Lab Y BAIL 312+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Pytel, B.A. SCLB 1.00 BIO-101-02 Cells & Organisms w/Lab Y BAIL 201+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Theodosiou SCLB 1.00 BIO-101L-01 Cells & Organisms Lab SWSE 105 M 01:50PM 04:40PM Staff 0.00 BIO-101L-02 Cells & Organisms Lab SWSE 105 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Staff 0.00 BIO-101L-03 Cells & Organisms Lab SWSE 105 W 01:50PM 04:40PM Staff 0.00 BIO-101L-04 Cells & Organisms Lab SWSE 105 TH 01:55PM 04:45PM Staff 0.00 BIO-102-01 Heredity/Evol/Ecology w/Lab Y SSCI 017+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM LoGiudice, K. SCLB 1.00 BIO-102L-01 Heredity/Evol/Ecology Lab SWSE 101 M 01:50PM 04:40PM Staff 0.00 BIO-102L-02 Heredity/Evol/Ecology Lab SWSE 101 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Staff 0.00 BIO-102L-03 Heredity/Evol/Ecology Lab SWSE 101 W 01:50PM 04:40PM Staff 0.00 BIO-202-01 Cell Motility / Cytoskeleton Y STZH 106+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Danowski, B. 1.00 BIO-210-01 Intr to Cognitive Neuroscience Y BAIL 312+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Chabris, C. SCMJ 1.00 BIO-240-01 Bioengineering W/Lab Y BAIL 201+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Rice, S.K. 1.00 BIO-240L-01 Bioengineering Lab BUTR 106 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Rice, S.K. 0.00 BIO-240L-02 Bioengineering Lab BUTR 106 W 01:50PM 04:40PM Rice, S.K. 0.00 BIO-283-01 Bioinformatics Y BUTR 106 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Horton, J. S. 1.00 BAIL 201+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM BIO-296H-01 Biology Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Lauzon, R. 1.00 BIO-330-01 Animal Physiology w/Lab Y BAIL 207+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Fleishman, L. 1.00 BIO-330L-01 Animal Physiology Lab SWSE 205 W 01:50PM 04:40PM Fleishman, L. 0.00 BIO-336-01 Invertebrate Zoology w/Lab Y BAIL 102 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Boyer, B. 1.00 BIO-336L-01 Invertebrate Zoology Lab SWSE 201 TTH 03:40PM 05:40PM Boyer, B. 0.00 BIO-350-01 Evolutionary Biology Y HUMN 014+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Boyer, J. 1.00 BIO-355-01 Immunology w/Lab Y SSCI 014+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Lauzon, R. 1.00 BIO-355L-01 Immunology Lab SWSE 301 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Lauzon, R. 0.00 BIO-355L-02 Immunology Lab SWSE 301 W 01:50PM 04:40PM Lauzon, R. 0.00 BIO-365-01 Neural Circuits & Behaviors Y BAIL 201+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Olberg, R. 1.00 BIO-370-01 General Endocrinology Y OLIN 115+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Cohen, B.D. 1.00 BIO-382-01 Biochem: Struc & Catalys W/Lab Y OLIN 306+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Fox, K. WAC 1.00 BIO-382L-01 Biochem: Struc & Catalysis Lab SWSE 218 W 01:50PM 05:40PM Fox, K. 0.00 BIO-382L-02 Biochem: Struc & Catalysis Lab SWSE 218 TH 01:55PM 05:45PM Fox, K. 0.00 BIO-489-01 Topics: Cellular & Molecular Y SWSE 301A TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Chu-LaGraff, Q. WS 1.00 BIO-498-20 Biology Honors Research 2 Staff WS 1.00 BIO-499-20 Biology Honors Research 3 To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 Chemistry______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please note: At the request of the dept. chair, students in multiple section courses may be switched from their originally scheduled section in order to optimize enrollment. CHM-101E-01 Struc&Chg: Environ Appl w/Lab Y SSCI 016+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM MacManus-Spence. SCLB 1.00 CHM-101E-02 Matter:Struc & Change w/Lab Y SSCI 016+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Kohler, S SCLB 1.00 CHM-101L-02 Matter:Struc & Change Lab OLIN 201 T 09:00AM 11:50AM Kohler, S. 0.00 OLIN 204+ T 09:00AM 11:50AM CHM-101L-03 Matter:Struc & Change Lab OLIN 201 T 01:55PM 04:45PM MacManus-Spence 0.00 OLIN 204+ T 01:55PM 04:45PM CHM-101L-04 Matter:Struc & Change Lab OLIN 201 W 01:50PM 04:40PM MacManus-Spence 0.00 OLIN 204+ W 01:50PM 04:40PM 08/WI 12 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit CHM-102-01 Matter:Enrgy& Dynamics w/Lab Y OLIN 206+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Lou, K. SCLB 1.00 CHM-102-02 Matter:Enrgy& Dynamics w/Lab Y OLIN 206+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Hagerman, M. SCLB 1.00 CHM-102L-01 Matter:Enrgy & Dynamics Lab OLIN 201 TH 09:00AM 11:50AM Lou, K. 0.00 OLIN 204+ TH 09:00AM 11:50AM CHM-102L-02 Matter:Enrgy & Dynamics Lab OLIN 201 TH 01:55PM 04:45PM Lou, K. 0.00 OLIN 204+ TH 01:55PM 04:45PM CHM-102L-03 Matter:Enrgy & Dynamics Lab OLIN 201 F 01:50PM 04:40PM Carroll, M.K. 0.00 OLIN 204+ F 01:50PM 04:40PM CHM-224-01 Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials Y OLIN 106+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Hagerman, M. 1.00 CHM-231-01 Organic Chem 1 W/Lab Y OLIN 115+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Misner, K. 1.00 OLIN 115+ F 11:45AM 12:50PM CHM-231L-01 Organic Chem 1 Lab SWSE 109 W 01:50PM 05:40PM Kehlbeck, J. 0.00 CHM-231L-02 Organic Chem 1 Lab SWSE 109 TH 01:55PM 05:45PM Adrian, J.C. 0.00 CHM-231L-03 Organic Chem 1 Lab SWSE 109 F 01:50PM 05:40PM Adrian, J.C. 0.00 CHM-232-01 Organic Chem 2 W/Lab Y OLIN 115+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Kehlbeck, J. 1.00 OLIN 115+ TH 03:50PM 04:55PM CHM-232L-01 Organic Chem 2 Lab SWSE 109 M 01:50PM 05:45PM Staff 0.00 CHM-232L-02 Organic Chem 2 Lab SWSE 109 T 09:00AM 12:50PM Adrian, J.C. 0.00 CHM-232L-03 Organic Chem 2 Lab SWSE 109 T 01:45PM 05:35PM Adrian, J.C. 0.00 CHM-351-01 Kinetics & Thermo W/Lab OLIN 107+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Anderson, J. WAC 1.00 CHM-351L-01 Kinetics & Thermo Lab SWSE 215 M 01:50PM 05:45PM Anderson, J. 0.00 CHM-351L-02 Kinetics & Thermo Lab SWSE 215 T 01:55PM 05:45PM Kohler, S. 0.00 CHM-360-01 Adv Topics in Inorganic Chem Y OLIN 206+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Hagerman, M. WAC 1.00 CHM-382-01 Biochem: Struc & Catlys W/Lab Y OLIN 306+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Fox, K. WAC 1.00 CHM-382L-01 Biochem: Struc & Catalysis Lab SWSE 218 W 01:50PM 05:40PM Fox, K. 0.00 CHM-382L-02 Biochem: Struc & Catalysis Lab SWSE 218 TH 01:55PM 05:45PM Fox, K. 0.00 CHM-492-20 Chemical Research 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 CHM-493-20 Chemical Research 3 To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 Chinese________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Chinese course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. CHN-101-01 Basic Chinese 2 BEUT 104+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Lin, H. CDEA/LCC 1.00 CHN-101-02 Basic Chinese 2 BEUT 104+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Zhang, Z. CDEA/LCC 1.00 CHN-201-01 Intermediate Chinese 2 BEUT 104+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Zhang, Z. CDEA/LCC 1.00 CHN-301-01 Advanced Chinese 2 SSCI 010+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Ferry, M.M. CDEA/LCC 1.00 Classics________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ CLS-126-01 Rise of the Roman Republic HUMN 115 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Toher, M. ANHT 1.00 CLS-162-01 Greek & Roman Tragedy in Trans HUMN 115 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Wareh, T. ANLS/WAC 1.00 CLS-232-01 Religion in the Pagan World HUMN 115 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Sargent, J. ANCS 1.00 CLS-498-20 Classics Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 CLS-499-20 Classics Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Computer Science_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ CSC-050-01 Computers & Computing Y OLIN 306+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Almstead, L. 1.00 CSC-055-01 Working with the Web OLIN 306+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Almstead, L. 1.00 CSC-070-01 Comp Programming for Eng Y OLIN 110+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Hannay, D. 1.00 CSC-106-01 Can Computers Think? W/Lab Y OLIN 102+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Striegnitz, K. QMR 1.00 CSC-106L-01 Can Computers Think Lab OLIN 102+ T 01:55PM 03:40PM Striegnitz, K. 0.00 CSC-140-01 Data Structures W/Lab OLIN 106+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Fernandes, C. 1.00 CSC-140L-01 Data Structures Lab OLIN 110+ TH 09:00AM 10:45AM Cass, A. 0.00 CSC-140L-02 Data Structures Lab OLIN 110+ TH 01:55PM 03:40PM Cass, A. 0.00 CSC-210-01 Computer Organization W/Lab NWSE 222+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Hemmendinger, D 1.00 CSC-210L-01 Computer Organization Lab OLIN 110+ T 09:00AM 10:45AM Hemmendinger, D 0.00 CSC-210L-02 Computer Organization Lab OLIN 110+ T 01:55PM 03:40PM Hemmendinger, D 0.00 CSC-260-01 Large-Scale Software Design OLIN 110+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Cass, A. 1.00 CSC-280-01 User Interfaces NWSE 210+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Fernandes, C. 1.00 CSC-283-01 Bioinformatics Y BUTR 106 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Horton, J. S. 1.00 BAIL 201+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM CSC-296H-01 Honors Independent Study 2 To Be Announced Barr, V. 1.00 08/WI 13 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit CSC-318-01 Digital Design W/Lab NWSE 100 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Cotter, S. 1.00 CSC-318L-01 Digital Design Lab NWSE 100 M 01:50PM 04:40PM Cotter, S. 0.00 CSC-320-01 Artificial Intelligence SSCI 012+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Burns, B. 1.00 CSC-370-01 Programming Languages OLIN 110+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Barr, V. 1.00 Dance__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ADA-010-01 Ballet I Practicum VART DANS M 05:00PM 06:15PM Geren, C. 0.00 ADA-011-01 Ballet II Practicum VART DANS T 05:00PM 06:15PM Rogers, M. 0.00 ADA-012-01 Ballet III Practicum VART DANS TH 01:30PM 03:00PM Moutillet, M. 0.00 ADA-021-01 Jazz Dance Practicum 2 VART DANS TH 06:30PM 07:45PM Rogers, M. 0.00 ADA-035-01 Dance & Fitness Practicum VART DANS TTH 12:30PM 01:15PM Moutillet, M. 0.00 ADA-046-01 Tap Dance II Practicum YULM THR TH 05:00PM 06:15PM Rogers, M. 0.00 ADA-060-01 Hip Hop I Practicum VART DANS W 05:00PM 06:15PM Domenico, C. 0.00 ADA-061-01 Hip Hop II Practicum VART DANS W 06:30PM 07:45PM Domenico, C. 0.00 ADA-070-01 Choreography-Modern Dance Prac Y VART DANS T 01:30PM 03:00PM Moutillet, M. 0.00 ADA-071-01 Choreography - Jazz Prac Y VART DANS F 02:00PM 03:30PM Rogers, M. 0.00 ADA-150-01 Explorations in Dance Theater Y YULM THR MW 01:50PM 04:40PM Moutillet, M. 1.00 BLUE 105+ MW 01:50PM 04:40PM ADA-296H-01 Dance Honors Project 2 To Be Announced Moutillet, M. 1.00 ADA-490-01 Dance Project 1 To Be Announced Moutillet, M. 1.00 East Asian Studies_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ AAH-105 Arts of Japan See Art History AAH-286 Art&Religion of the Silk Road See Art History ANT-189 East Asia in Motion See Anthropology ANT-232 From Bombs to Buddhism See Anthropology CHN-101 Basic Chinese 2 See Chinese CHN-201 Intermediate Chinese 2 See Chinese CHN-301 Advanced Chinese 2 See Chinese ECO-234 Japanese-Amer Fin & Trade See Economics JPN-101 Basic Japanese 2 See Japanese JPN-201 Intermediate Japanese 2 See Japanese MLT-209 The New Wall of China See Modern Literature in Translation PSC-253 Interntl Politics in East Asia See Political Science PSC-345 Contemporary Chinese Politics See Political Science EAS-498-20 East Asian Studies Sr Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 EAS-499-20 East Asian Studies Sr Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Economics_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ECO-101-01 Introduction to Economics HUMN 019+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Schmidt, S.S. SOCS 1.00 ECO-101-02 Introduction to Economics HUMN 019+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Schmidt, S.S. SOCS 1.00 ECO-101-03 Introduction to Economics SSCI 012+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Foster, E. SOCS 1.00 ECO-230-01 The Mind of the Entrepreneur SSCI 016+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Fried, H. 1.00 ECO-234-01 Japanese-Amer Fin & Trade SSCI 014+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Lewis, B.G. CDEA/LCC 1.00 SSCI 014+ TH 08:00AM 08:50AM ECO-236-01 Comparative Economics SSCI 014+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Dvorak, T. EUC 1.00 ECO-241-01 Microeconomic Analysis SSCI 103 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Schmidt, S.J. 1.00 ECO-242-01 Macro Theory & Policy BAIL 207+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Sener, M.F. 1.00 ECO-243-01 Intro to Econometrics BAIL 201+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Song, Y. WAC 1.00 ECO-331-01 E-Commerce Economics SSCI 014+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Yaisawarng, S. WAC 1.00 ECO-334-01 Financial Analysis SSCI 016+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Lewis, B.G. WAC 1.00 SSCI 016+ T 08:00AM 08:50AM ECO-352-01 Problems in Macroeconomics HUMN 112+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Motahar, E. WAC 1.00 ECO-378-01 Labor Economics NWSE 114 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Sener, M.F. 1.00 ECO-380-01 Sem: Eco Growth & Development SSCI 010 TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Davis, L.S. 1.00 ECO-390-01 Economic Internships Y SSCI 016+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Fried, H. 1.00 ECO-391-01 Income Tax: Policy & Practice OLIN 306+ MW 07:00PM 08:40PM O'Keeffe, M. 1.00 ECO-490-20 Economics Independent Study 1 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 ECO-498-20 Economics Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 ECO-499-20 Economics Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 14 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Electrical & Computer Engineer____________________________________________________________________________________________ ECE-222-01 Intro to Circuits & Electronic NWSE 100 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Hedrick, J.N. 1.00 ECE-222L-01 Intro to Circuits & Elec Lab NWSE 102 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Spinelli, J. 0.00 ECE-240-01 Circuits & Systems w/Lab NWSE 102 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Hanson, H. 1.00 ECE-240L-01 Circuits & Systems Lab NWSE 102 F 01:50PM 04:40PM Hanson, H. 0.00 ECE-296H-01 Elec Engr Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Catravas, P. 1.00 ECE-318-01 Digital Design w/Lab NWSE 100 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Cotter, S. WAC 1.00 ECE-318L-01 Digital Design Lab NWSE 100 M 01:50PM 04:40PM Cotter, S. 0.00 ECE-343-01 Electromagnetic Engg 1 NWSE 222+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Chang, Y. 1.00 ECE-343L-01 Electromagnetic Engr 1 Lab NWSE 100 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Chang, Y. 0.00 ECE-366-01 Control Systems w/Lab NWSE 102 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Rudko, M. 1.00 ECE-366L-01 Control Systems Lab NWSE 102 TH 01:55PM 04:45PM Rudko, M. 0.00 ECE-370-01 Engineering Acoustics NWSE 100 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Catravas, P. 1.00 ECE-498-01 Elec Engr/Comp Engr Capstone 2 To Be Announced Staff 0.50 ECE-499-01 Elec Engr/Comp Engr Capstone 3 To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 Engineering Science_____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ESC-224-01 Nanotechnology & Nanomaterials Y OLIN 106+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Staff 1.00 ESC-370-01 Engineering Economics OLIN 306+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Jewell, T. 1.00 English_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ EGL-100-01 Intro to Study of Lit: Poetry HUMN 117 TTH 09:00AM 10:40AM McCord, J. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-100-02 Intro to Study of Lit: Poetry HUMN 016+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Smith, J. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-100-03 Intro to Study of Lit: Poetry HUMN 008+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Jenkins, H. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-100-04 Intro to Study of Lit: Poetry BAIL 106 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Heinegg, P. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-101-01 Intro to Study of Lit: Fiction HUMN 008+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Murphy, J. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-101-02 Intro to Study of Lit: Fiction HUMN 117 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Selley, A.R. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-101-03 Intro to Study of Lit: Fiction HUMN 016+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Sargent, J. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-101-04 Intro to Study of Lit: Fiction HUMN 008+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Glover, B. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-201-01 Workshop in Fiction HUMN 117 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Wainaina, B. WAC/EUL/AML 1.00 EGL-204-01 Medieval Lit 2: 14th Cent Lit HUMN 016+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Doyle, K.A. EULS/WAC 1.00 EGL-224-01 Shakespeare after 1600 HUMN 116 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM McCord, J. EUL 1.00 EGL-226-01 World of the Bible SSCI 103 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Heinegg, P. ANCS 1.00 EGL-252-01 Changing Ireland HUMN 014+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Bracken, C. EUL/WAC 1.00 EGL-256-01 Rise of the Novel HUMN 112+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Glover, B. EUL/WAC 1.00 EGL-268-01 Contemporary African Fiction HUMN 117 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Wainaina, B. CDAA/LCC/WAC 1.00 EGL-272-01 American Poetry Since 1960 HUMN 112+ TTH 09:00AM 10:40AM Smith, J. AML/WAC 1.00 EGL-287-01 Science Fiction HUMN 112+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Pease, A. AML/WAC 1.00 EGL-296H-01 English Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 EGL-303-01 Jr. Sem: Literary Theory HUMN 213 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Jain, A. EUL/WAC 1.00 EGL-310-01 Junior Sem: Harlem Renaissance NWSE 210+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Lynes, K. AMLS/CDAA/LCC/WAC 1.00 EGL-403-01 Sr Sem: Honors Thesis Sem 2 GOLB 105+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Jain, A. WS/WAC 2.00 EGL-405-01 Senior Seminar: the Beatles Y HUMN 008+ TTH 09:00AM 10:40AM Jenkins, H. WS/WAC 1.00 EGL-490-01 English Independent Study 1 To Be Announced Wainaina, B. 1.00 EGL-496-20 English Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 EGL-497-20 English Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Environmental Studies____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ENS-100-01 Intro to Environ Studies W/Lab Y NWSE 210+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Corbin, J. SCLB 1.00 ENS-100L-01 Intro to Environ Studies Lab SWSE 103 M 01:50PM 04:40PM Corbin, J. 0.00 ENS-100L-02 Intro to Environ Studies Lab SWSE 103 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Corbin, J. 0.00 ENS-296H-01 Sophomores Honors Project 2 To Be Announced Corbin, J. 1.00 ENS-460-01 Sr Capstone- Environmt Studies OLIN 307+ F 01:50PM 05:15PM Cockburn, J 1.00 OLIN 305 MW 12:00PM 01:40PM ENS-498-20 Environmental Stu Research 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 ENS-499-20 Environmental St Research 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 15 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit First Year Preceptorial____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Preceptorial sections can not be added or changed without permission from Dean Rosenthal FPR-100-01 First-Year Preceptorial GREN 102 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Tongue, M. 1.00 FPR-100-02 First-Year Preceptorial LIBR 204 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM McFadden, T. 1.00 FPR-100-03 First-Year Preceptorial HUMN 012 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Sargent, J. 1.00 FPR-100-04 First-Year Preceptorial BREZ 106+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Boland, T. 1.00 FPR-100-05 First-Year Preceptorial GREN 105+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Warenski, L.A. 1.00 FPR-100-06 First-Year Preceptorial OLIN 106+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Bracken, C. 1.00 FPR-100-07 First-Year Preceptorial HUMN 016+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Selley, A.R. 1.00 FPR-100-08 First-Year Preceptorial SORM 111+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Lynes, K. 1.00 FPR-100-09 First-Year Preceptorial HUMN 010 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Doyle, K.A. 1.00 FPR-100-10 First-Year Preceptorial SSCI 010+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Pease, A. 1.00 FPR-100-11 First-Year Preceptorial BLUE 105+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Murphy, J. 1.00 FPR-100-12 First-Year Preceptorial OLIN 211 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Bidoshi, K.A. 1.00 FPR-100-13 First-Year Preceptorial NWSE 210+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Jewell, T. 1.00 FPR-100-14 First-Year Preceptorial SSCI 105E MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Nichols, B. 1.00 FPR-100-15 First-Year Preceptorial BEUT 104+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Foster, E. 1.00 FPR-100-16 First-Year Preceptorial WOLD 109+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Brennan, D.P. 1.00 FPR-100-17 First-Year Preceptorial HUMN 116 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Heinegg, P. 1.00 French _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first French course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. FRN-100-01 Basic French 1 Y NWSE 114 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Sartiaux, A. 1.00 FRN-101-01 Basic French 2 STZH 106+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Ndiaye, C.M. 1.00 FRN-200-01 Intermediate French 1 SSCI 010+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Loth, L. 1.00 FRN-201-01 Intermediate French 2 HUMN 008+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Chilcoat, A. M. 1.00 FRN-201-02 Intermediate French 2 HUMN 008+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Chilcoat, A. M. 1.00 FRN-307-01 Negritude Movement NWSE 116 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Ndiaye, C.M. CDLA/CDAA/LCC/WAC 1.00 FRN-432-01 Imagining Algeria STZH 106+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Loth, L. CDAA/WAC 1.00 FRN-489-01 French Senior Project SSCI 014+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Chilcoat, A. M. WS 1.00 Geology________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ GEO-101-01 Earth, Life Thru Time w/Lab Y OLIN 307+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Garver, J. I. SCLB 1.00 GEO-101L-01 Earth, Life Thru Time Lab OLIN 307+ W 01:50PM 04:40PM Garver, J. I. 0.00 GEO-109-01 Global Climate Dynamics W/ Lab Y OLIN 307+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Cockburn, J SCLB 1.00 GEO-109L-01 Global Climate Dynamics Lab OLIN 307+ M 01:50PM 04:40PM Cockburn, J 0.00 GEO-200-01 Mineral Science W/Lab OLIN 332+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Hollocher, K. 1.00 GEO-200L-01 Mineral Science Lab OLIN 332+ T 01:55PM 04:45PM Hollocher, K. 0.00 GEO-204-01 GIS for Humanity w/lab OLIN 307+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Ghaly, A. SCMJ 1.00 GEO-204L-01 GIS for Humanity Lab OLIN 307+ TH 01:55PM 04:45PM Ghaly, A. 0.00 GEO-255-01 Volcanology W/Lab OLIN 332+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Frey, H. 1.00 GEO-255L-01 Volcanology Lab OLIN 332+ M 01:50PM 04:40PM Frey, H. 0.00 GEO-405-01 Geology Senior Seminar To Be Announced Hollocher, K. WS 1.00 German________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first German course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. GER-101-01 Basic German 2 GOLB 105+ MWF 09:15AM 10:30AM Nelson, E. 1.00 GER-101-02 Basic German 2 SSCI 103 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Forlot-Mikata, 1.00 GER-201-01 Intermediate German 2 STZH 106+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Ricci, M. 1.00 GER-337-01 German Cabaret Thru the 20th C HUMN 112+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Ricci, M. EULS 1.00 GER-489-01 German Senior Project Y To Be Announced Nelson, E. WS 1.00 GER-491-01 German Independent Study 2 To Be Announced Ricci, M. WAC 1.00 GER-492-01 German Independent Study 3 To Be Announced Ricci, M. 1.00 Greek__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ GRK-101-01 Principles of Greek 2 BEUT 104+ MWF 11:45AM 12:40PM Wareh, T. LCC 1.00 GRK-231-01 Homer: The Odyssey HUMN 213 TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Toher, M. ANL/LCC/WAC 1.00 GRK-498-20 Greek Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 GRK-499-20 Greek Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 16 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Hebrew_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Hebrew course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. HEB-101-01 Basic Hebrew 2 HUMN 010 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Almog, M. 1.00 History_________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ HST-108-01 Modern Africa 1800-Present Y SSCI 017+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Peterson, B. CDAA/LCC 1.00 HST-113-01 Origins of American Society Y SSCI 103 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Wells, R. 1.00 HST-125-01 America in the Sixties Y BAIL 201+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Feffer, A. 1.00 HST-148-01 Europe Between Two Wars Y SSCI 104 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Berk, S. 1.00 HST-157-01 Modern Jewish History Y SSCI 104 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Berk, S. 1.00 HST-194-01 Modern History of Middle East Y SSCI 017+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Berk, S. 1.00 HST-203-01 Judaism/Christianity/Islam Y HUMN 115 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Bedford, P. 1.00 HST-242-01 The Scientific Revolution SSCI 104 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Sargent, S. 1.00 HST-243-01 Ottoman History SSCI 012+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Tadros, M. 1.00 HST-295H-01 History Honors Ind Study Y To Be Announced Walker, M. 0.00 HST-296H-01 History Honors Ind Study 2 Y To Be Announced Wells, R. 1.00 HST-311-01 Frontiers in the Americas HUMN 016+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Foroughi, A.R. CDLA/LCC/WAC 1.00 HST-333-01 Hollywood Film History Y BAIL 207+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Feffer, A. 1.00 HST-343-01 Europe&Islam to Enlightenment Y HUMN 016+ MW 03:05PM 04:40PM Tadros, M. 1.00 HST-401A-01 Seminar: French Empire Y GOLB 105+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Peterson, B. CDAA/WAC 1.00 HST-411A-01 Sem: Race & the Constitution Y HUMN 014+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Aslakson, K. WAC 1.00 HST-490-01 History Independent Study 1 Y To Be Announced Staff 1.00 HST-498-20 History Senior Thesis 1 Y To Be Announced Staff 0.00 HST-499-20 History Senior Thesis 2 Y To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Interdepartmental________________________________________________________________________________________________________ IDM-295H-01 Interdepart Honors Ind Study 1 To Be Announced Moyano, P. 0.00 IDM-325-01 Entrepreneurship Seminar Y To Be Announced Fried, H. 1.00 IDM-487-20 Double Major Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 IDM-488-20 Double Major Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff 2.00 IDM-489-20 Double Major Thesis 3 To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 IDM-498-20 Interdepartmental Sr Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 IDM-499-20 Interdepartmental Sr Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Integrated Math/Physics__________________________________________________________________________________________________ IMP-112-01 Int Math/Physics 2 w/Lab NWSE 112 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Reich, G. 1.50 NWSE 112 M 01:50PM 02:55PM NWSE 112 TH 09:00AM 10:45AM Italian__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Italian course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. ITL-100-01 Basic Italian 1 Y SSCI 110 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Mallozzi, F. 1.00 Japanese_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Japanese course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. JPN-101-01 Basic Japanese 2 STZH 106+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Ueno, J. CDEA/LCC 1.00 JPN-101-02 Basic Japanese 2 STZH 106+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Lafave, S. CDEA/LCC 1.00 JPN-201-01 Intermediate Japanese 2 HUMN 016+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Ueno, J. CDEA/LCC 1.00 Latin___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ LAT-101-01 Principles of Latin 2 HUMN 116 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Raucci, S. LCC 1.00 LAT-101-02 Principles of Latin 2 HUMN 116 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Staff LCC 1.00 LAT-240-01 Vergil's Aeneid HUMN 116 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Raucci, S. ANL/LCC/WAC 1.00 LAT-498-20 Latin Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 LAT-499-20 Latin Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 17 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Latin American & Caribbean Studies________________________________________________________________________________________ AMU-133 Music of Latin America See Music ANT-229 Ruminations on Violence See Anthropology FRN-307 Negritude Movement See French HST-311 Frontiers in the Americas See History SPN-328 Inquiring Identities See Spanish SPN-374 Murder & Suicide in Lat Amer Lit See Spanish SPN-432 Race, Politics, & Diasporas See Spanish LAS-497-20 Latin Am/Caribb St. Sr. Projct To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 LAS-498-20 Latin Amer Studies Sr Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 LAS-499-20 Latin Amer Studies Sr Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Mathematics____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ MTH-054-01 Number Theory BAIL 100 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Zimmermann, K. MATH 1.00 MTH-057-01 Game Theory BAIL 102 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Zwicker, W. MATH 1.00 MTH-060-01 Mathematics & Politics BAIL 100 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Taylor, A. MATH 1.00 MTH-101-01 Calculus with Precalc 2 BAIL 100 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Staff MATH 1.00 BAIL 100 T 03:50PM 04:40PM MTH-101-02 Calculus with Precalc 2 BAIL 104 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Staff MATH 1.00 BAIL 104 TH 03:50PM 04:40PM MTH-104-01 Stat Intro: Analysis of Data Y OLIN 306+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Staff MATH/QMR 1.00 OLIN 306+ T 08:00AM 08:50AM MTH-110-01 Calculus 1 Y BAIL 100 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Staff MATH 1.00 BAIL 100 TH 08:00AM 08:50AM MTH-112-01 Calculus 2 Y BAIL 104 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Staff MATH 1.00 MTH-112-02 Calculus 2 Y OLIN 106+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Staff MATH 1.00 MTH-113-01 AP Calculus Y BAIL 102 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Staff MATH 1.00 MTH-115-01 Calculus 3 Y BAIL 100 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Staff 1.00 MTH-115-02 Calculus 3 Y BAIL 106 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Staff 1.00 MTH-117-01 Calculus 4:Integral Vector Y BAIL 102 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Staff 1.00 MTH-117-02 Calculus 4:Integral Vector Y BAIL 106 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Staff 1.00 MTH-127-01 Numerical Methods Y BAIL 201+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Staff 1.00 MTH-128-01 Probability Y BAIL 104 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Staff 1.00 MTH-130-01 Ordinary Differential Equation Y BAIL 207+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Staff 1.00 BAIL 207+ T 08:00AM 08:50AM MTH-199-01 Intro to Logic & Set Theory Y BAIL 102 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Tonnesen-Friedm WAC 1.00 MTH-199-02 Intro to Logic & Set Theory Y NWSE 116 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Barbanel, J. WAC 1.00 MTH-221-01 Mathematical Cryptology Y OLIN 307+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Lesh, K. 1.00 MTH-221-02 Mathematical Cryptology Y OLIN 106+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Lesh, K. 1.00 MTH-340-01 Linear Algebra Y BAIL 100 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Cervone, D.P. 1.00 MTH-432-01 Abstract Algebra 2 Y BAIL 102 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Niefield, S. 1.00 MTH-497-01 Math Senior Thesis To Be Announced Johnson, B. WS 1.00 MTH-497-02 Math Senior Thesis To Be Announced Black, K.J. WS 1.00 MTH-497-20 Math Senior Thesis To Be Announced Staff WS 1.00 MTH-498-20 Mathematics Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 MTH-499-20 Mathematics Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Mechanical Engineering___________________________________________________________________________________________________ MER-010-01 Senior Seminar OLIN 115+ F 12:55PM 01:45PM Rapoff, A.J. 0.00 MER-101-01 Engineering Graphics NWSE 205+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Tchako, A. 1.00 NWSE 107 TH 09:00AM 11:50AM MER-101-02 Engineering Graphics NWSE 205+ MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Tchako, A. 1.00 NWSE 107 TH 01:55PM 04:45PM MER-201-01 Particle Mechanics W/Lab NWSE 205+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Rapoff, A.J. 1.00 NWSE 205+ TH 09:00AM 10:45AM MER-212-01 Rigid Body Mechanics W/Lab NWSE 205+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Keat, W.D. 1.00 NWSE 205+ T 01:55PM 03:40PM MER-213-01 Material Science w/Lab NWSE 201 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Cortez, R. 1.00 MER-213L-01 Mech 2:Material Science Lab BUTR 206 T 09:00AM 11:50AM Cortez, R. 0.00 MER-213L-02 Mech 2:Material Science Lab BUTR 206 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Currey, J. 0.00 08/WI 18 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit MER-231-01 Thermodynamics NWSE 201 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Bruno, B. 1.00 MER-232-01 Thermodynamics 2 NWSE 201 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Hodgson, D. 1.00 MER-240-01 Intro to Bioengineering Y BAIL 201+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Rice, S.K. 1.00 MER-240L-01 Bioengineering Lab BUTR 106 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Rice, S.K. 0.00 MER-240L-02 Bioengineering Lab BUTR 106 W 01:50PM 04:40PM Rice, S.K. 0.00 MER-295H-01 ME Honors Ind Study 1 To Be Announced Hodgson, D. 0.00 MER-296H-01 ME Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Bucinell, R. 1.00 MER-302-01 Engineering Optimization NWSE 205+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Ramasubramanian 1.00 MER-311-01 Advanced Mechanics w/Lab NWSE 201 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Currey, J. 1.00 NWSE 205+ TH 01:55PM 04:45PM MER-312-01 Dynamics & Kinematics w/Lab NWSE 201 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Bucinell, R. 1.00 NWSE 205+ T 09:00AM 10:45AM MER-331-01 Fluid Mechanics 1 W/Lab NWSE 205+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Wilk, R. WAC 1.00 MER-331L-01 Fluid Mechanics Lab NWSE 208 T 09:00AM 11:50AM Wilk, R. 0.00 MER-331L-02 Fluid Mechanics Lab NWSE 208 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Wilk, R. 0.00 MER-333-01 Heat Transfer Anal/Desgn w/Lab NWSE 201 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Wicks, F. WAC 1.00 MER-333L-01 Heat Transfer Analysis Lab NWSE 208 TH 09:00AM 11:50AM Wicks, F. 0.00 MER-419-01 Design of Mechanical Systems NWSE 201 TTH 09:00AM 11:50AM Keat, W.D. 1.00 MER-439-01 Thermal/Fluid Sys Design w/Lab NWSE 201 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Anderson, A.M. 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CDEA/ANLS/WAC 1.00 Music__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ AMU-010-01 Instrumental & Vocal Practicum To Be Announced Staff 0.00 AMU-012-01 Taiko Ensemble Practicum Y TMC 103 TH 06:00PM 07:30PM Matsue, J.M. 0.00 AMU-015-01 Jazz Ensemble Practicum TMC 120 W 07:00PM 09:00PM Olsen, T. 0.00 AMU-016-01 Choir Practicum TMC 120 MW 05:00PM 06:30PM Klimash, V.A. 0.00 AMU-017-01 Orchestra Practicum MEMC 1 T 07:00PM 09:00PM Klimash, V.A. 0.00 AMU-101-01 Music Theory 1 TMC 122 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Tann, H. 1.00 TMC 224 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM AMU-120-01 Intro to World Music TMC 120 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Matsue, J.M. 1.00 AMU-133-01 Music of Latin America TMC 120 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Olsen, T. CDLA/CDAA/LCC/WAC 1.00 AMU-200-01 Listening Workshop TMC 203 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Tann, H. 1.00 AMU-212-01 Baroque Music Y TMC 224 TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM McMullen, D. EUC/WAC 1.00 AMU-230-01 Vocal Workshop Y TMC 224 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM McMullen, D. 1.00 AMU-296H-20 Music Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 AMU-498-20 Music Senior Project 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 AMU-499-20 Music Senior Project 2 WS 2.00 Organizing Theme_______________________________________________________________________________________________________ ORT-296H-01 Seward Fellows Ind Study 2 To Be Announced DeBono, K. 1.00 ORT-498-20 Organizing Theme Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 ORT-499-20 Organizing Theme Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Philosophy_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PHL-111-01 Ethics Bowl Practicum Y To Be Announced Mathias, M.B. 0.00 PHL-135-01 Philosophy in Film HUMN 112+ M 05:30PM 08:30PM Walker, J.R. 1.00 HUMN 112+ MW 03:05PM 04:40PM PHL-150-01 Ancient Philosophy HUMN 117 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Patrik, L. ANCS 1.00 PHL-231-01 Symbolic Logic HUMN 112+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Warenski, L.A. 1.00 PHL-235-01 Reasoning and the Law BAIL 104 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Clark, C.C. 1.00 PHL-248-01 Philosophy & Current Affairs SSCI 110 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Davis, F. AMC/WAC 1.00 PHL-261-01 Philosophy of Religion HUMN 117 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Davis, F. WAC 1.00 PHL-295H-01 Philosophy Honors Ind Study 1 To Be Announced Walker, J.R. 0.00 08/WI 19 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit PHL-365-01 Philosophy of Mind SSCI 110 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Walker, J.R. 1.00 PHL-375-01 Biomedical Ethics BAIL 104 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Clark, C.C. 1.00 PHL-408-01 New Directions in Philosophy 1 HUMN 213 W 07:00PM 08:40PM Martin, R. 0.00 PHL-418-01 New Directions in Philosophy 2 HUMN 213 W 07:00PM 08:40PM Martin, R. WS 1.00 PHL-448-01 Topics: Economic Justice BEUT 104+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Mathias, M.B. 1.00 PHL-450-01 Topics:Self&Personal Identity SSCI 110 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Martin, R. 1.00 PHL-498-20 Philosophy Honors Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PHL-499-20 Philosophy Honors Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Physics________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Please note: At the request of the dept. chair, students in multiple section courses may be switched from their originally scheduled section in order to optimize enrollment. PHY-111-01 Physics/Life Sciences 2 w/Lab NWSE 114 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Staff SCLB 1.00 NWSE 114 T 03:50PM 04:40PM PHY-111L-01 Physics/Life Sciences 2 Lab NWSE 304 TH 09:00AM 11:50AM Staff 0.00 PHY-111L-02 Physics/Life Sciences 2 Lab NWSE 304 TH 01:55PM 04:45PM Staff 0.00 PHY-120-01 Matter in Motion W/Lab NWSE 300 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Staff SCLB 1.00 NWSE 300 T 09:00AM 10:45AM PHY-120-02 Matter in Motion W/Lab NWSE 300 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Staff SCLB 1.00 NWSE 300 T 10:55AM 12:40PM PHY-120-03 Matter in Motion W/Lab NWSE 300 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Staff SCLB 1.00 NWSE 300 T 01:55PM 03:40PM PHY-120-04 Matter in Motion W/Lab NWSE 300 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Staff SCLB 1.00 NWSE 300 TH 01:55PM 03:40PM PHY-120H-01 Matter in Motion Honors w/lab NWSE 300 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Staff SCLB 1.00 NWSE 300 TH 09:00AM 10:45AM PHY-121-01 Prin of Electromagntcs w/lab NWSE 304 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Staff 1.00 NWSE 304 T 09:00AM 10:45AM PHY-122-01 Relativity, Quantum w/Lab NWSE 112 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Reich, G. 1.00 PHY-122L-01 Relativity, Quantum Lab NWSE 304 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Amanuel, S. 0.00 PHY-270-01 Interm Electromagnetism w/Lab NWSE 303 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Newman, J. 1.00 NWSE 303 TH 03:50PM 04:40PM PHY-310-01 Adv Top: Mod Physical Optics NWSE 303 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Newman, J. 1.00 PHY-310L-01 Modern Physical Optics Lab NWSE 014 T 01:55PM 04:45PM Newman, J. 0.00 PHY-490-20 Physics Research 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PHY-491-20 Physics Research 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Political Science_________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PSC-050-01 PSA Journal Practicum Y To Be Announced Oxley, Z.M. 0.00 PSC-111-01 Issues in U.S. Politics Y OLIN 115+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Weiner, T. SOCS 1.00 PSC-112-01 Intro Global Politics Y OLIN 115+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Hislope, R. SOCS 1.00 PSC-113-01 Intro to Political Thought Y SSCI 017+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Seri, G. EUCS 1.00 PSC-123-01 Mathematics & Politics Y BAIL 100 MWF 03:05PM 04:10PM Taylor, A. MATH 1.00 PSC-241R-01 Religion & Politics Y SSCI 012+ MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Nichols, B. WAC 1.00 PSC-245R-01 Genocide Y HUMN 116 TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Lobe, T. WAC 1.00 PSC-249-01 Middle East Politics Y HUMN 116 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Angrist, M.P. 1.00 PSC-253-01 Interntl Politics in East Asia Y SSCI 014+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Zhang, W. CDEA/LCC 1.00 PSC-256-01 Model United Nations - Zambia Y OLIN 115+ M 06:00PM 09:00PM Watson, D. 1.00 PSC-271-01 US Environmental Politics&Law Y SSCI 103 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Cusick, R. 1.00 PSC-277-01 Local Government Internships Y To Be Announced Gangl, A. 1.00 PSC-296H-01 Pol Sci Honors Ind Study 2 Y To Be Announced Oxley, Z.M. 1.00 PSC-332-01 Amer Political Thought to WWI Y HUMN 117 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Cusick, R. AMC 1.00 PSC-345-01 Contemporary Chinese Politics Y SSCI 014+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Zhang, W. CDEA/LCC 1.00 PSC-369-01 Seminar: U.S.Politics Y OLIN 306+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Gangl, A. WAC 1.00 PSC-385-01 Women & Politics Y SSCI 103 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Oxley, Z.M. WAC 1.00 PSC-490-01 Political Science Ind Study 1 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 PSC-498-20 Political Sci Senior Thesis To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PSC-499-20 Pol Science Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 20 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Psychology_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ PSY-100-01 Intro to Psychology BAIL 312+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Dickter, C.L. SOCS 1.00 PSY-100-02 Intro to Psychology BAIL 312+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Chabris, C. SOCS 1.00 PSY-100-03 Intro to Psychology BAIL 312+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Hart, J.J. SOCS 1.00 PSY-200-01 Statistical Methods in Psych Y BAIL 300 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM DeBono, K. 1.00 PSY-200-02 Statistical Methods in Psych Y BAIL 300 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Stanhope, L. 1.00 PSY-210-01 Intr to Cognitive Neuroscience Y BAIL 312+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Chabris, C. SCMJ 1.00 PSY-220-01 Psych of Memory & Thinking Y BAIL 300 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Cooper, M. WAC 1.00 PSY-221-01 Psychology of Learning Y BAIL 201+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Cooper, M. 1.00 PSY-230-01 Social Psychology Y BAIL 300 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM DeBono, K. 1.00 PSY-240-01 Developmental Psychology Y BAIL 312+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Stanhope, L. WAC 1.00 PSY-246-01 Educational Psychology Y BAIL 312+ T 05:00PM 08:20PM Raso, M. 1.00 PSY-250-01 Abnormal Psychology Y BAIL 312+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Anderson-Hanley WAC 1.00 PSY-251-01 Personality Y BAIL 300 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Hart, J.J. 1.00 PSY-295H-01 Psychology Honors Ind Study To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PSY-296H-01 Psychology Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 PSY-300-01 Experimental Psych w/Lab Y BAIL 300 MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Bizer, G. WAC 1.00 BAIL 303 W 01:50PM 04:40PM PSY-315-01 Neural Circuits and Behavior Y BAIL 201+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Olberg, R. 1.00 PSY-352-01 Psych Assessment & Testing Y BAIL 300 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Anderson-Hanley 1.00 PSY-430-01 Seminar: Social Psych Y HUMN 012 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Dickter, C.L. WAC/S 1.00 PSY-441-01 Seminar: Adolescence Y BAIL 306 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Benack, S. WAC/S 1.00 PSY-450-01 Seminar: Clinical Psych Y BAIL 306 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Donaldson, G. WAC/S 1.00 PSY-487-20 Psychology 3 Term Thesis - 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PSY-488-20 Psychology 3 Term Thesis - 2 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PSY-489-20 Psychology 3 Term Thesis - 3 To Be Announced Staff 3.00 PSY-491-01 Psychology Independent Study 2 To Be Announced Dickter, C.L. 1.00 PSY-492-01 Psychology Independent Study 3 To Be Announced Bizer, G. 1.00 PSY-498-20 Psychology Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 PSY-499-20 Psychology Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Religious Programs______________________________________________________________________________________________________ REL-170-01 Myth, Ritual and Magic HUMN 115 TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Bedford, P. 1.00 REL-201-01 Religion in the Pagan World HUMN 115 MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Sargent, J. ANCS 1.00 REL-203-01 Judaism/Christianity/Islam Y HUMN 115 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Bedford, P. 1.00 REL-296H-01 Rel Stud Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Brooks-McDonald 1.00 Russian________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Russian course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. RUS-101-01 Basic Russian 2 OLIN 211 MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Bidoshi, K.A. 1.00 RUS-201-01 Intermediate Russian 2 SSCI 017+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Bobkovskaya, A. 1.00 RUS-490-01 Russian Independent Study 1 To Be Announced Bidoshi, K.A. 1.00 Russian and East European Studies________________________________________________________________________________________ REE-498-20 Russia & East Europe Thesis I To Be Announced Staff 0.00 REE-499-20 Russia & East Europe Thesis II To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Scholars Research Seminar_______________________________________________________________________________________________ SCH-150-01 Scholars Research Seminar TMC 203 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Olsen, T. 1.00 SCH-150-02 Scholars Research Seminar NWSE 210+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Rice, S.K. 1.00 SCH-150-03 Scholars Research Seminar BREZ 106+ MW 03:05PM 04:40PM Marten, H. 1.00 SCH-150-04 Scholars Research Seminar BUTR 203 TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Bruno, B. 1.00 Sociology______________________________________________________________________________________________________________ SOC-100-01 Intro to Sociology HUMN 014+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Hill-Butler, D. SOCS 1.00 SOC-100-02 Intro to Sociology SSCI 012+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Grigsby, J. SOCS 1.00 SOC-203-01 Social Psychology Y BAIL 300 MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM DeBono, K. 1.00 SOC-205-01 Social Work & Human Services HUMN 014+ TTH 04:55PM 06:40PM Staff 1.00 SOC-206-01 Aging & Society SSCI 016+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Relyea, L.G. 1.00 SOC-228-01 Sociology of Medicine SSCI 012+ TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Goldner, M.A. 1.00 08/WI 21 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit SOC-230-01 African-Amer in Cont Society SSCI 014+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Hill-Butler, D. CDAA/LCC/WAC 1.00 SOC-305-01 History:Sociological Thought SSCI 012+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Goldner, M.A. EUC/WAC 1.00 SOC-374-01 Mental Health & Society HUMN 019+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Tyson, G.H. 1.00 SOC-385-01 Internship: Human Services To Be Announced Kaplan, I. 1.00 SOC-450-01 Environmental Seminar SSCI 016+ W 03:04PM 04:45PM Kaplan, I. 1.00 To Be Announced SOC-498-20 Sociology Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 SOC-499-20 Sociology Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Sophomore Research Seminar_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Sections cannot be added or changed without permission from Dean Klein in Olin 217. SRS-200-01 Sophomore Research Seminar OLIN 106+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Patrik, L. 1.00 SRS-200-02 Sophomore Research Seminar NWSE 304 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM LaBrake, S.M. 1.00 SRS-200-03 Sophomore Research Seminar NWSE 210+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Spinelli, J. 1.00 SRS-200-04 Sophomore Research Seminar OLIN 107+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Cotter, D. 1.00 SRS-200-05 Sophomore Research Seminar BLUE 105+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Baum, D. 1.00 SRS-200-06 Sophomore Research Seminar SORM 111+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Lawson, M. 1.00 SRS-200-07 Sophomore Research Seminar HUMN 008+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Madancy, J. 1.00 SRS-200-08 Sophomore Research Seminar SSCI 010+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Morris, A.J. 1.00 SRS-200-09 Sophomore Research Seminar WOLD 109+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Sargent, S. 1.00 SRS-200-10 Sophomore Research Seminar BEUT 104+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Walker, M. 1.00 SRS-200-11 Sophomore Research Seminar STZH 106+ TTH 10:55AM 12:40PM Wells, R. 1.00 SRS-200-12 Sophomore Research Seminar OLIN 211 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Mar, M. 1.00 Spanish________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Before signing up for your first Spanish course at Union you must check with the Modern Language Dept. SPN-101-01 Basic Spanish 2 SSCI 012+ MWF 08:00AM 09:05AM Garcia, W. 1.00 SPN-101-02 Basic Spanish 2 HUMN 112+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Garcia, W. 1.00 SPN-200-01 Intermediate Spanish 1 SSCI 010+ MWF 03:05PM 04:15PM Mosquera, D. 1.00 SPN-201-01 Intermediate Spanish 2 BAIL 207+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Brougham, R. 1.00 SPN-201-02 Intermediate Spanish 2 VART 215+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Martinez, V. 1.00 SPN-202-01 Intermediate Spanish 3 HUMN 012 MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Osuna, M. 1.00 SPN-203-01 Advanced Spanish Y HUMN 008+ MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Mosquera, D. 1.00 SPN-203-02 Advanced Spanish Y GOLB 105+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Brougham, R. 1.00 SPN-328-01 Inquiring Identities SSCI 016+ MWF 09:15AM 10:30AM Osuna, M. CDLA/LCC/WAC 1.00 SPN-374-01 Murder&Suicide in Lat AmerLit SSCI 014+ MWF 03:05PM 04:15PM Martinez, V. CDLA 1.00 SPN-432-01 Race, Politics, & Diasporas SSCI 010+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Garcia, W. CDLA/CDAA/WAC 1.00 Studio Arts_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ AVA-010-01 Ceramics 1 Practicum Y VART VAS M 06:30PM 08:30PM Niefield, N. 0.00 AVA-110-01 Drawing 1 Y VART 207 TTH 01:55PM 04:45PM Hatke, W. 1.00 AVA-120-01 Photography 1 Y VART 206 TTH 09:00AM 12:40PM Benjamin, M. 1.00 AVA-130-01 Sculpture 1 Y VART ANNX TTH 09:00AM 12:40PM Duncan, C. 1.00 AVA-150-01 Printmaking: Relief Y VART 103 TTH 09:00AM 12:40PM Wimer, S. 1.00 AVA-160-01 Digital Art Y OLIN 102+ MW 09:15AM 12:05PM Orellana, F. 1.00 AVA-160-02 Digital Art Y OLIN 102+ MW 01:50PM 04:45PM Orellana, F. 1.00 AVA-220-01 Photography 2 Y VART 206 TTH 01:55PM 04:45PM Benjamin, M. 1.00 AVA-230-01 Sculpture 2 Y VART ANNX TTH 01:55PM 04:45PM Duncan, C. 1.00 AVA-261-01 Painting in Watercolor Y VART 316 TTH 09:00AM 12:40PM Hatke, W. 1.00 AVA-296H-01 Visual Arts Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Orellana, F. 1.00 AVA-330-01 Sculpture 3 Y VART ANNX TTH 01:55PM 04:45PM Duncan, C. 1.00 AVA-350-01 Advanced Printmaking Y VART 103 TTH 09:00AM 12:40PM Wimer, S. 1.00 AVA-360-01 Painting 3 Y VART 313 TTH 09:00AM 12:40PM Hatke, W. 1.00 AVA-460-01 Painting Independent Study 1 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 AVA-461-01 Painting Independent Study 2 To Be Announced Staff 1.00 AVA-480-01 Digital Arts Independent Study To Be Announced Staff 1.00 AVA-498-20 Visual Arts Senior Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 AVA-499-20 Visual Arts Senior Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 22 12/19/2007 Course # Title Petition Location Meeting Time Instructor GenEd Credit Theater________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ATH-010-01 Theatre Practicum YULM THR TBA TBA Finlay, W. 0.00 ATH-110-01 Theater Production YULM THR MW 01:50PM 04:40PM Fritz, W. 1.00 ATH-112-01 Acting I YULM THR TTH 01:55PM 03:40PM Finlay, W. 1.00 ATH-117-01 Stage Lighting Design Y YULM THR TTH 01:55PM 04:45PM Miller, J.E. 1.00 ATH-125-01 Improvisation 1 YULM THR TTH 09:00AM 11:50AM Culbert, P. 1.00 ATH-150-01 Explorations in Dance Theater Y YULM THR MW 01:50PM 04:40PM Batson, C.R. 1.00 BLUE 105+ MW 01:50PM 04:40PM ATH-226-01 Theater Production 2 YULM THR MW 01:50PM 04:40PM Fritz, W. 1.00 ATH-240-01 Theater Criticism YULM THR MWF 10:30AM 11:35AM Culbert, P. 1.00 ATH-296H-01 Theatre Honors Ind Study 2 To Be Announced Moutillet, M. 1.00 ATH-498-20 Theater Senior Project 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 ATH-499-20 Theater Senior Project 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 Women's & Gender Studies________________________________________________________________________________________________ WGS-153-01 America in the Sixties Y BAIL 201+ TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM Feffer, A. 1.00 WGS-173-01 Family and Kinship HUMN 014+ TTH 10:55AM 11:40AM LCC 1.00 WGS-192-01 Anthro Perspective:Childhood SSCI 012+ MWF 11:45AM 12:50PM Brison, K. WAC 1.00 WGS-221-01 Aging & Society SSCI 016+ MWF 01:50PM 02:55PM Relyea, L.G. 1.00 WGS-312-25 History of Women's Rights Y To Be Announced Foroughi, A.R. 1.00 WGS-364-01 Rise of the Novel HUMN 112+ MWF 09:15AM 10:20AM Glover, B. EUL/WAC 1.00 WGS-370-01 Women and Politics Y SSCI 103 MW 03:05PM 04:45PM Oxley, Z.M. WAC 1.00 WGS-498-20 Womens Studies Sr Thesis 1 To Be Announced Staff 0.00 WGS-499-20 Womens Studies Sr Thesis 2 To Be Announced Staff WS 2.00 08/WI 23 12/19/2007