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									Fordham College of Liberal Studies



                                                Spring 2011
                                              Course Schedule



            Lincoln Center Campus
             113 West 60th Street
             New York, NY 10023
     
            Rose Hill Campus
             441 East Fordham Road
             Bronx, NY 10458

            Westchester Campus
             400 Westchester Avenue
             West Harrison, NY 10604




                                       Evening / Weekend / Online Classes
The following list of core curriculum requirements is in effect starting with the Fall 2009
entering students. Therefore, some of the courses to meet these requirements are still
in the developmental stage and not defined in the list below. The FCLS Dean’s Offices
will assist you as you move through the curriculum to find the appropriate courses for
each core requirement.


                          CORE CURRICULUM GUIDE
INITIAL COURSES

One English Composition course:

      ENGL 1102 Composition and Rhetoric II (must complete with grade C or better)


INTRODUCTORY COURSES IN WAYS OF KNOWING & CONCEPTS

One Math Reasoning course:

      MATH 1100 Finite Math OR CISC 1100 Structures of Computer Science
       OR a more advanced course, such as Applied Calc I, Calc I, Math Modelling, Discrete Structures

Two Natural Science courses in sequence (must have completed the Math Reasoning requirement)

      Module #1 – students may take one from each category:
       Physical Science, such as Alchemy to Astrophysics; Physical Science: Today’s World;
                Environmental Physics
       Life Science, such as Human Function/Dysfunction; People & Living Environment; Life on
                Planet Earth; Mind, Brain & Behavior

      Module #2 – students may complete both science requirements by taking a 2-course sequence
       which combines Physical and Life Sciences. Students must take both to fulfill the Natural
       Science core requirement:
       NSCI 1050 Health & Disease I
       NSCI 1051 Health & Disease II

      Module #3 – students may complete both Science requirements by taking a 2-course sequence
       with lab in one science. Students must take both to fulfill the Natural Science core requirement:
       NSCI 1403/1413 and NSCI 1404/1414 General Biology I and II with labs
       NSCI 1321/1331 and NSCI 1322/1332 Basic Chemistry I and II with labs
       NSCI 1501/1511 and NSCI 1502/1512 General Physics I and II with labs.

      Module #4 – students who intend to major in Psychology will take a 2-course sequence with lab
       to fulfill both Science core requirements and major requirement:
       NSCI 1423/1433 Concepts in Biology I
       NSCI 1424/1434 Concepts in Biology II


One Philosophy course:

      PHIL 1000 Philosophy of Human Nature




                                                                                   REVISED 10/21/10
One Religious Studies course:

      THEO 1000 Faith and Critical Reason

One Fine Arts course:

      ARHI 1100         Art History Introduction
      MUSC 1100         Music History Introduction
      MUSC 1101         Introduction to Opera
      THEA 1100         Invitation to Theatre
      VART 1101         Urbanism

One Literature course:

       ENGL 2000         Texts & Contexts: various subtitles

One History course:

      HIST 1000 Understanding Historical Change: Modern Europe
      HIST 1075 Understanding Historical Change: Early Modern Europe
      HIST 1100 Understanding Historical Change: America
      HIST 1210 Understanding Historical Change: Ancient Greece
      HIST 1220 Understanding Historical Change: Ancient Rome
      HIST 1300 Understanding Historical Change: Medieval World
      HIST 1400 Understanding Historical Change: Latin America
      HIST 1550 Understanding Historical Change: East Asia
      AFAM 1600 Understanding Historical Change: Africa
      HIST 1700 Understanding Historical Change: Mideast

One Social Science course:

      ANTH 1100         Intro to Cultural Anthropology
      ANTH 1300         Intro to Archaeology
      COMM 1010         Intro Communications and Media Studies
      COMM 1011         Intro to Media Industries
      COMM 2010         Communication & Technology
      COMM 2011         Mass Comm: Theory & Research
      COMM 2701         Persuasion & Attitude Change
      ECON 1100         Basic Macroeconomics
      ECON 1200         Basic Microeconomics
      POSC 1100         Intro to Politics
      PSYC 2600         Social Psychology
      PSYC 2700         Infant/Child Development
      PSYC 2710         Adolescent/Adult Development
      PSYC 2800         Personality
      PSYC 2900         Abnormal Psychology
      SOCI 1100         Intro Sociology



ADVANCED DISCIPLINARY STUDY

2nd Philosophy course:

      PHIL 3000 Philosophical Ethics




                                                                        REVISED 10/21/10
2nd Theology course:

         THEO 3*** Sacred Texts and Traditions: various subtitles

Two Advanced Disciplinary Courses (students must choose from 2 different disciplines, numbered
      2000 or above and, if applicable, one of these courses may also be applied to the major/minor):

         One advanced Literature course
         One advanced History course
         One advanced Social Science course (Anthropology, Communications, Economics, Political
                        Science, Psychology or Sociology

One Interdisciplinary Seminar (must have completed both Advanced Disciplinary Courses and,
       if applicable, the course may also be applied to the major/minor):

         One senior-level course, numbered in the 4000-range, which covers topics in Literature, History
                          and/or Social Science

One Values Seminar (if applicable, the course may also be applied to the major/minor):

         One senior-level course, numbered in the 4000-range, which covers topics in ethical issues




                               Core Enrichment/Distributive Requirements:

          Courses with these attributes will be designated:

EP:     4 Eloquentia Perfecta Seminars - special sections of core classes will include intensive work in
        written and oral expression (all sections of Texts and Context and Values Seminars will be EP-
        designated)
Global: 1 course designated as Global Studies (some global courses will also satisfy core or major
        requirements)
Pluralism: 1 course designated as American Pluralism (some pluralism courses will also satisfy core or
        major requirements)




                                                                                    REVISED 10/21/10
                                                    Academic Calendar – Spring 2011
                                                   Fordham College of Liberal Studies
                                         LC (212) 636-6372 RH (718)817-4600 W (914)367-3303


 Jan 3                  Mon.                   University reopens
 Jan. 11                Tues.                  New Student Orientation 6-9 Westchester
 Jan. 12                Wed.                   New Student Orientation, 6-9pm, Rose Hill
 Jan. 13                Thurs.                 New Student Orientation, 6-9pm, Lincoln Center
 Jan. 17                Mon.                   Martin Luther King Jr. Day – University Closed
 Jan. 18                Tues.                  Classes begin
 Jan. 18-20             Tues.-Thurs.           Extended Hours (to 6:30pm) for Adult Student advising, registration and financial
                                               services
 Jan. 24                Mon.                   Add/Drop via my.fordham.edu ends, last day for Program change
 Jan. 28                Fri.                   Deadline for removal of INC, ABS, and NGR grades incurred during Fall 2010;
                                               Deadline for filing a Candidate for Degree Card for May 2011 and August 2011
                                               graduation
 Feb. 21                Mon.                   President’s Day – University closed
 Feb. 22                Tues.                  Classes will follow a Monday Schedule
 Feb. 25                Fri.                   Last day for designating a course Pass/Fail
 Mar. 14-20             Mon.-Sun.              Spring Recess- No Classes
 Mar. 21                Mon.                   Classes resume
 Mar. 25                Fri.                   Last day to withdraw from a course without incurring a WF
 Apr. 21-25             Thurs.-Mon.            Easter Recess University Closed
 Apr. 26                Tues.                  Classes Resume
 May 10                 Tues.                  Last day of classes
 May 11-17              Wed.-Tues.             Final Examinations
 May 13                 Fri.                   FCLS Class of 2011 Senior Dinner, 7:30pm, Rose Hill
 May 21                 Sat.                   University Commencement
 May 30                 Mon.                   Memorial Day – University Closed
 June 17                Fri.                   Deadline for removal of INC, ABS, NGR grades incurred Spring 2011


*For new students and any continuing students not yet registered for Spring 2011 courses. University I.D. Cards, Parking Permits, etc. are also arranged for all
students at this time.
                                                        PROGRAM PLANNING AND REGISTRATION
Students should select their courses in keeping with Core Curriculum and Major requirements, as well as the pre-requisites required for certain courses which are
contained herein. First-year students are required to see one of the Deans for advising prior to registering, as are students who are returning after an absence of a
year or more, and continuing students whose cumulative grade point average is below 2.0. All other students are encouraged to confer with Faculty and Deans
but may, if they wish, go directly to my.fordham.edu.

                                                                PAYMENT OF TUITION & FEES
Students must satisfy their financial obligations by the due date (indicated on the bill) either through full payment or partial payment and the Bursar’s approval of
a deferred payment agreement. Failure to satisfy financial obligations by the date due will subject the student to a late payment fee and, if necessary, cancellation
of registration.

Students who register in-person at the start of the semester will be billed simultaneously and will be expected to satisfy their financial obligations (full payment
or approved deferral) at that time.

                                                                        CLASSROOMS
Final classroom assignments are made immediately prior to the start of the term, are posted at the Dean’s Offices, or may be accessed through my.fordham.edu.

                                                                  ANNOUNCEMENTS
Announcements concerning schedule changes, special offerings, and other information which is of interest to students will be posted on the bulletin boards near
the Dean’s Offices (FCLS/RH – Keating 118, FCLS/LC – LL 301). It is the student’s responsibility to check those boards on a regular basis, as well as their
Fordham email account.

In the event that classes are cancelled by reason of weather conditions, 1-800-280-SNOW or 1-212-636-7777 will carry recorded announcements.
Announcements will also be made on the University’s radio station, WFUV (90.7 FM), and on the University website: www.fordham.edu and
my.fordham.edu.

LEGEND: Days of the week – U:Sunday, M:Monday, T:Tuesday, W:Wednesday, R:Thursday, F:Friday, Sa:Saturday
                               FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
                                         COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #          COURSE TITLE                           CR   INSTRUCTOR         DAY TIME             _______PREREQUISITIES or NOTES
Eloquentia Perfecta Seminars
15625   ENGL-2000-C15    TEXTS/CONTEXTS: IMAGES OF WOMEN IN LIT 3    Lauer, K           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15626   ENGL-2000-C16    TEXTS/CONTEXTS: AFTERLIFE OF AUSTEN    3    Vranjes, V         W    06:00PM - 08:45PM

Academic Enhancement
15620   ENGL-1101-C01    COMPOSITION I                          3    Morgan W           MR   06:00PM - 07:30PM     By Placement
17445   ENGL-1101-C02    COMPOSITION I                          3    Weiss M            MR   06:00PM - 07:30PM     By Placement
15692   IDIS-1010-C01    CRITICAL READING IN THE DISCIPLINES    3    Greeney, L         MR   07:30PM – 09:00PM

Pluralism
16084   AFAM-1100-C01    AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I             4    Watkins-Owens, I   W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16083   LALS-2005-C01    AMERICAN PLURALISM                     4    Goldberg, B        R    06:00PM – 08:45PM
15541   LALS-3352-C01    POL ISSU & PROC CRIM LAW               4    Estela, E          R    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15689   THEO-3995-C01    RELIGION & THE AMER SELF               4    Fisher, J          W    06:00PM - 08:45PM

Global Studies
15600   AFAM-3071-C01    AFRICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY           4    Idris, A           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15548   ANTH-1100-C01    INTRO CULTURAL ANTHRO                  3    TBA                M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15559   ANTH-2888-C01    GENDER AND ISLAM                       4    TBA                W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15539   ECON-3210-C01    ECON OF EMERGING NATIONS               4    Daniel, C          R    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200
15607   HIST-1550-C01    UNDER HIST CHG: EAST ASIAN HIST        3    Marme', M          W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15540   MEST-2000-C01    INTRO TO MODERN MIDEAST                4    Entelis, J         T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16306   POSC-3572-C01    CHINA & US IN GLOBAL ERA: STUDY TOUR   4    DeLuca, T          W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15543   THEO-3713-C01    SACRED TEXTS & TRADITIONS:             4    Hogan, K           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
                         CLASSIC JEWISH TEXTS

Senior Values
15604   PHIL-3512-C01    CLASSICAL VALUES:ART OF LIVING         4    Babich, B          T    06:00PM - 08:30PM     Seniors ONLY
15618   PSYC-4340-C01    LAW & PSYCHOLOGY                       4    Takooshian, H      F    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Seniors ONLY
______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

African & African American Studies
15600   AFAM-3071-C01    AFRICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY           4    Idris, A           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16084   AFAM-1100-C01    AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I             4    Watkins-Owens, I   W    06:00PM - 08:45PM

American Studies
16084   AFAM-1100-C01    AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I             4    Watkins-Owens, I   W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15611   COMM-3476-C02    ETHICAL ISSUES IN MEDIA                4    TBA                R    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Seniors ONLY
15606   HIST-3855-C01    AM FOREIGN POL SINCE 1898              4    Geiger, M          T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15618   PSYC-4340-C01    LAW & PSYCHOLOGY                       4    Takooshian, H      F    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Seniors ONLY



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                                 FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
                                           COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #             COURSE TITLE                      CR   INSTRUCTOR          DAY TIME            _______PREREQUISITIES or NOTES
American Studies (cont’d)
15545   POSC-3402-C01       CONST'L LAW: CRIM JUST            4    Greenberg-Chao, L   R   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15689   THEO-3995-C01       RELIGION & THE AMER SELF          4    Fisher, J           W   06:00PM - 08:45PM

Art & Music History
15547   ARHI-3555-C01       CONTEMPORARY ART                  4    Kalina, R           W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15549   VART-1101-C01       URBANISM                          3    Cathcart, C         M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15551   VART-1135-C01       VISUAL THINKING I                 4    Lamia, N            M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15552   VART-1150-C01       DRAWING I                         4    Sheehan, C          W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15555   VART-2003-C01       INTRO TO DIGITAL GRAPHIC TOOLS    4    TBA                 W   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Lab Fee
15581   VART-3267-C01       FILM & THE CITY                   4    Street, M           M   06:00PM – 08:45PM     Lab Fee

Business
10068   ACBU-2223-EL1       PRNPL OF MANAGERIAL ACCTG         3    TBA                 M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15537   ECON-2140-C01       STATISTICS I                      4    Vali, S             W   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200
15686   ECON-1200-C01       BASIC MICROECONOMICS              3    TBA                 T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
10091   FNBU-3221-EL1       FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT              3    McCANN, J           R   06:00PM - 08:45PM
10121   MGBU-3223-EL1       PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT          3    DOBROW, S           T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
10166   MKBU-3225-EL1       MARKETING PRINCIPLES              3    FLICKER, M          W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15563   MKBU-4443-L01       ST:PERFORMING ARTS IN 21 CENTUR   3    BAKER, W            W   02:30PM - 04:00PM     OFF CAMPUS; HELD AT JUILLIARD

Communications & Media Studies
15608   COMM-1011-C03       INTRO MEDIA INDUSTRIES            3    Monroy, J           M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15609   COMM-2471-C02       INTRO TO FILM                     4    Williams, K         T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15749   COMM-2522-C01       MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION             4    Campbell, H         W   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Lab Fee
15685   COMM-3085-C01       SCIENCE JOURNALISM                4    TBA                 R   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15750   COMM-3461-C01       FICTIONS INTO FILM                4    Bach, J             S   11:00AM - 04:00PM     WEEKENDS: 7 SATURDAYS
15611   COMM-3476-C02       ETHICAL ISSUES IN MEDIA           4    TBA                 R   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15612   COMM-3492-C01       DOCUMENTARY FILM                  4    Kim, N              W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15684   COMM-4708-C01       WRITING TV SITCOMS                4    Grimaldi, J         T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15551   VART-1135-C01       VISUAL THINKING I                 4    Lamia, N            M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15555   VART-2003-C01       INTRO TO DIGITAL GRAPHIC TOOLS    4    TBA                 W   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Lab Fee
15581   VART-3267-C01       FILM & THE CITY                   4    Street, M           M   06:00PM – 08:45PM     Lab Fee

Computer and Information Science
15595   CISC-1100-C01       STRUCTURES OF COMP SCI            3    Tran, H             R   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15596   CISC-3400-C01       JAVA PROGRAMMING                  4    Andrews, Y          T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15698   CISC-3650-C01       FORENSIC COMPUTING                4    Flatley, S          M   06:00PM - 08:45PM




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                                FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
                                          COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #              COURSE TITLE                        CR    INSTRUCTOR         DAY TIME             _______PREREQUISITIES or NOTES
Economics
15686     ECON-1200-C01   BASIC MICROECONOMICS                    3    Collins, S         T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15537     ECON-2140-C01   STATISTICS I                            4    Hresko, R          F    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200
15538     ECON-3118-C01   MICROECONOMIC THEORY                    4    Daniel, C          M    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1200
15539     ECON-3210-C01   ECON OF EMERGING NATIONS                4    Daniel, C          R    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200

English & Literary Studies
15620     ENGL-1101-C01   COMPOSITION I                           3    Morgan W           MR   06:00PM - 07:30PM     By Placement
17445     ENGL-1101-C02   COMPOSITION I                           3    Weiss M            MR   06:00PM - 07:30PM     By Placement
15623     ENGL-1102-C01   COMPOSITION II                          3    Wasserman, R       M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15624     ENGL-1102-C02   COMPOSITION II                          3    Thomas, A          R    06:00PM - 08:45PM
17367     ENGL-1102-C03   COMPOSITION II                          3    Spector, S         T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15625     ENGL-2000-C15   TEXTS & CONTEXTS: IMAGES OF WOMEN IN LIT 3   Lauer, K           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15626     ENGL-2000-C16   TEXTS & CONTEXTS: AFTERLIFE OF AUSTEN 3      Vranjes, V         W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15627     ENGL-3007-C01   IN MY OPINION:WRITING EDITORIALS        4    Stone, E           T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15628     ENGL-3329-C01   PLAYS & PLAYERS, 1700-1800              4    Sherman, S         T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15748     ENGL-3430-C01   REGENCY ROMATICISM                      4    Zimmerman, S       W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15581     VART-3267-C01   FILM AND THE CITY                       4    Street, M          M    06:00PM - 08:45PM     ONLY applies to Lit. Studies

Environmental Studies
15537     ECON-2140-C01   STATISTICS I                            4    Vali, S            W    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200

History
15605     HIST-1000-C01   UND HIST CHANGE: MOD EUR                3    Krukofsky, H       M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15607     HIST-1550-C01   UND HIST CHANGE: EAST ASIAN HIST        3    Marme', M          W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15606     HIST-3855-C01   AM FOREIGN POL SINCE 1898               4    Geiger, M          T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15747     HIST-3623-C01   SCREENING EUROPE'S PAST                 4    Vernazza, Cira     S    11:00AM - 04:00PM     WEEKENDS: 7 SATURDAYS
15600     AFAM-3071-C01   AFRICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY            4    Idris, A           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16084     AFAM-1100-C01   AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I              4    Watkins-Owens, I   W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16083     LALS-2005-C01   AMERICAN PLURALISM                      4    Goldberg, B        R    06:00PM – 08:45PM

International Studies&International/Intercultural Studies
15600     AFAM-3071-C01   AFRICAN INTELLECTUAL HISTORY            4    Idris, A           M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16084     AFAM-1100-C01   AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY I              4    Watkins-Owens, I   W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15559     ANTH-2888-C01   GENDER AND ISLAM                        4    TBA                W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15539     ECON-3210-C01   ECON OF EMERGING NATIONS                4    Daniel, C          R    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200
15605     HIST-1000-C01   UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: MOD EUR            3    Krukofsky, H       M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15607     HIST-1550-C01   UNDER HIST CHG:EAST ASIAN HIST          3    Marme', Michael    W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15747     HIST-3623-C01   SCREENING EUROPE'S PAST                 4    Vernazza, Cira     S    11:00AM - 04:00PM     WEEKENDS: 7 SATURDAYS
15540     MEST-2000-C01   INTRO TO MODERN MIDEAST                 4    Entelis, J         T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16306     POSC-3572-C01   CHINA & US IN GLOBAL ERA: STUDY TOUR    4    DeLuca, T          W    06:00PM - 08:45PM




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                                  FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
                                            COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #             COURSE TITLE                             CR     INSTRUCTOR       DAY TIME             _______PREREQUISITIES or NOTES
International Studies&International/Intercultural Studies (cont’d)
15543   THEO-3713-C01       SACRED TEXTS & TRADIT.: CLASSIC JEWISH TXTS 4   Hogan, K         M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
Latin American & Latino Studies
16083   LALS-2005-C01       AMERICAN PLURALISM                       4      Goldberg, B      R    06:00PM – 08:45PM
15541   LALS-3352-C01       POL ISSU & PROC CRIM LAW                 4      Estela, E        R    06:00PM - 08:45PM

Life Experience Portfolio – Register by Permission only – Room 301
15693   LIFE-2999-C01       LIFE EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP                 2      Geiger, M        T    05:00PM - 05:50PM
15694   LIFE-0999-C01       LIFE EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP II              0      Geiger, M        T    05:00PM - 05:50PM

Mathematics
15601   MATH-1100-C05       FINITE MATHEMATICS                       3      Marotto, F       W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15595   CISC-1100-C01       STRUCTURES OF COMP SCI                   3      Tran, H          R    06:00PM - 08:45PM

Middle Eastern Studies
15540   MEST-2000-C01       INTRO TO MODERN MIDEAST                  4      Entelis, J       T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15559   ANTH-2888-C01       GENDER AND ISLAM                         4      TBA              W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15543   THEO-3713-C01       SACRED TEXTS & TRADITIONS:               4      Hogan, K         M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
                            CLASSIC JEWISH TEXTS

Natural Science
15531   NSCI-1010-C01       ALCHEMY TO ASTROPHYSICS                  3      Efthimiades, S   M    06:00PM - 08:45P      Prereq: MATH or CISC core
15533   NSCI-1030-C01       HUMAN FUNCTION & DYSFUNCTION             3      Lavlinskaia, N   T    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: CHEM or PHYS
15532   NSCI-1051-C01       HEALTH AND DISEASE II                    3      Roberts, J       W    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: NSCI 1050

Organizational Leadership (Major Available to FCLS Students ONLY)
15699   ORGL-2300-C01       ISS HUMAN RESOURCE MGMT                  4      TBA              R    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15700   ORGL-4000-C01       LEADERSHIP CONCEPTS & CASES              4      Williams, M      SU   09:00AM - 05:30PM     INTENSIVE: Feb.5/6 & Mar 5/6
10068   ACBU-2223-EL1       PRNPL OF MANAGERIAL ACCTG                4      TBA              M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15686   ECON-1200-C01       BASIC MICROECONOMICS                     3      TBA              T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15537   ECON-2140-C01       STATISTICS I                             4      Hresko, R        F    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Prereq: ECON 1100 & 1200
10091   FNBU-3221-EL1       FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                     4      McCann, J        R    06:00PM - 08:45PM
16083   LALS-2005-C01       AMERICAN PLURALISM                       4      Goldberg, B      R    06:00PM – 08:45PM
10121   MGBU-3223-EL1       PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                 4      Dobrow, S        T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15839   PSYC-1200-C03       FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY                3      Malcolm, D       M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
                                                                               LAB           M    09:00PM - 10:00PM
Philosophy
15602   PHIL-1000-C01       PHIL OF HUMAN NATURE                     3      Nachtomy, O      M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15603   PHIL-3000-C01       PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS                     4      TBA              W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15604   PHIL-3512-C01       CLASSICAL VALUES:ART OF LIVING           4      Babich, B        T    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Seniors ONLY




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                                 FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
                                           COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #             COURSE TITLE                                CR      INSTRUCTOR          DAY TIME            _______PREREQUISITIES or NOTES
Political Science
15545   POSC-3402-C01       CONST'L LAW: CRIM JUST                       4      Greenberg-Chao, L   R   06:00PM - 08:45PM
16306   POSC-3572-C01       CHINA & US IN GLOBAL ERA: STUDY TOUR         4      DeLuca, T           W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15540   MEST-2000-C01       INTRO TO MODERN MIDEAST                      4      Entelis, J          T   06:00PM - 08:45PM

Psychology (Introductory Psychology is a prerequisite for all Psychology courses).
15839   PSYC-1200-C03       FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY                    3      Malcolm, D          M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
                                                                                       LAB          M   09:00PM - 10:00PM
15614   PSYC-2010-C01       RESEARCH METHODS                             5      Siedlecki-Burgoon   M   06:00PM - 09:00PM     Prereq: PS Stats
                                                                                       LAB          T   05:30PM - 07:29PM
15615   PSYC-2010-C02       RESEARCH METHODS                             5      Siedlecki-Burgoon   M   06:00PM - 09:00PM     Prereq: PS Stats
                                                                                       LAB          T   07:30PM - 09:30PM
15616   PSYC-2800-C01       PERSONALITY                                  4      TBA                 R   06:00PM - 09:00PM
15688   PSYC-3720-C01       PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN                          4      Nadien, M           W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15617   PSYC-3930-C01       INTRO TO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY                 4      Cecero, J           T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15618   PSYC-4340-C01       LAW & PSYCHOLOGY                             4      Takooshian, H       F   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Seniors ONLY

Religious Studies
15542   THEO-1000-C01       FAITH & CRITICAL REASON                      3      O'Connell, M        T   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15543   THEO-3713-C01       SACRED TEXTS & TRADITIONS:                   4      Hogan, K            M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
                                CLASSIC JEWISH TEXTS
15689   THEO-3995-C01       RELIGION & THE AMER SELF                     4      Fisher, J           W   06:00PM - 08:45PM

Sociology & Anthropology
15548   ANTH-1100-C01       INTRO CULTURAL ANTHRO                        3      TBA                 M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15559   ANTH-2888-C01       GENDER AND ISLAM                             4      TBA                 W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15598   SOCI-3151-C01       SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION                       4      TBA                 M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15599   SOCI-3610-C01       THE FAMILY                                   4      TBA                 T   06:00PM - 08:45PM

Social Work
15695   SSCI-2600-C01       INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK                         4      Harrington, M       R   06:00PM - 08:45PM

Theatre & Visual Arts
15546   THEA-1100-C01       INVITATION TO THEATRE                        3      Gil-Sheridan, P     T   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Core, Non-majors, minors only
15549   VART-1101-C01       URBANISM                                     3      Cathcart, C         M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15551   VART-1135-C01       VISUAL THINKING I                            4      Lamia, N            M   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15552   VART-1150-C01       DRAWING I                                    4      Sheehan, C          W   06:00PM - 08:45PM
15555   VART-2003-C01       INTRO TO DIGITAL GRAPHIC TOOLS               4      TBA                 W   06:00PM - 08:45PM     Lab Fee
15581   VART-3267-C01       FILM & THE CITY                              4      Street, M           M   06:00PM – 08:45PM     Lab Fee




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                                FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – LINCOLN CENTER CAMPUS
                                          COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #             COURSE TITLE                             CR    INSTRUCTOR      DAY TIME             _______PREREQUISITIES or NOTES
Theology
15542   THEO-1000-C01       FAITH & CRITICAL REASON                  3    O'Connell, M     T    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15543   THEO-3713-C01       SACRED TEXTS AND TRADITIONS:             4    Hogan, K         M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
                            CLASSIC JEWISH TEXTS
15689   THEO-3995-C01       RELIGION & THE AMER SELF                 4     Fisher, J       W    06:00PM - 08:45PM

Urban Studies
15695   SSCI-2600-C01       INTRO TO SOCIAL WORK                     4     Harrington, M   R    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15549   VART-1101-C01       URBANISM                                 3     Cathcart, C     M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15581   VART-3267-C01       FILM AND THE CITY                        4     Street, M       M    06:00PM - 08:45PM     Lab Fee

Women’s Studies
15559   ANTH-2888-C01       GENDER AND ISLAM                         4    TBA              W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15625   ENGL-2000-C15       TEXTS/CONTEXTS: IMAGES OF WOMEN IN LIT   3    Lauer, K         M    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15626   ENGL-2000-C16       TEXTS/CONTEXTS: AFTERLIFE OF AUSTEN      3    Vranjes, V       W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15688   PSYC-3720-C01       PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN                      4    Nadien, M        W    06:00PM - 08:45PM
15599   SOCI-3610-C01       THE FAMILY                               4    TBA              T    06:00PM - 08:45PM



Weekend Courses
15750 COMM-3461-C01         FICTION INTO FILM                        4    Bach, J          S    11:00AM - 04:00PM
15747 HIST-3623-C01         SCREENING EUROPE'S PAST                  4    Vernazza, C      S    11:00AM - 04:00PM
Weekend 1: January 29
Weekend 2: February 12
Weekend 3: March 5
Weekend 4: March 26
Weekend 5: April 9
Weekend 6: April 30
Weekend 7: May 14


Intensive – 4 All-day Sessions/2 Weekends
15700   ORGL-4000-C01       LEADERSHIP CONCEPTS & CASES              4     Williams, M     SU   09:00AM - 05:30PM
Weekend 1: February 5 & 6
Weekend 2: March 5 & 6




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                                     FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – ROSE HILL CAMPUS
                                            COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #           COURSE TITLE                    CR   INSTRUCTOR             DAY/TIME                 PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Academic Enhancement
16403     ENGL-1101-E01   COMPOSITION I                   3    Obey, Erica F.         W   06:30PM - 09:15PM

Eloquentia Perfecta Seminars
16406     ENGL-2000-E01   TEXTS & CONTEXTS                3    Grisalfi, Patricia     T   06:30PM - 09:15PM    ENGL1102 OR ENGL1100 OR ENRU1100
                                                                                                               OR ENLU1100 OR ENEU1100
16407     ENGL-2000-E02   TEXTS & CONTEXTS                3    Goodman, Victor C.     R   06:30PM - 09:15PM    ENGL1102 OR ENGL1100 OR ENRU1100
                                                                                                               OR ENLU1100 OR ENEU1100

Global Studies
16434     POSC-3520-E01   MIDEAST AND THE WORLD           4    Fakhari, Mohammad      T   06:30PM - 09:15PM

Pluralism
16353     AFAM-2100-EO1   AFRICAN AMERICAN HIST II        4    Bennett, Raquel M.     M   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16436     SSCI-2000-E01   AMERICAN PLURALISM              3    Ostrowski, Elaine A.   R   06:30PM - 09:15PM

Senior Values
16402     ECON-4110-E01   ETHICS & ECONOMICS              4    Themeli, Booi          T   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16429     PSYC-4900-E01   PSYCHOLOGY & HUMAN VALUES       4    TBA                    W   06:30PM - 09:15PM

African & African American Studies
16353     AFAM-2100-EO1   AFRICAN AMERICAN HIST II        4    Bennett, Raquel M.     M   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16352     AFAM-3102-E01   THE BLACK FAMILY                4    Dozier, Gerterlyn O.   W   06:30PM - 09:15PM

Art History & Music
16354     ARHI-1100-E01   ART HISTORY INTRO               3    Suchma, Sharon M.      T   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16355     MUSC-1100-E01   MUSIC HISTORY INTRO             3    Retzel, Frank A.       M   06:30PM - 09: 15PM
16356     THEA-1100-E01   INVITATION TO THEATRE           3    Bach Jr., John J.      T   06:30PM - 09:15PM

Biology
16357     BISC-1001-E01   HUMAN BIOLOGY                   3    Bates, Dennis          W   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16359     BISC-1002-E01   ECOLOGY: A HUMAN APPROACH       3    Glorioso, Gina L.      S   09:00AM - 11:45AM
16360     BISC-1404-E01   INTRO BIOLOGY II                3    Milmore, John          T   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16362     BISC-1414-EO1   INTRO BIO LAB II                2    Glorioso, Gina L.      R   06:30PM - 09:15PM

Communications & Media Studies
16363     COMM-1010-E01   INTRO TO COMM & MED STUD        3    Freeman, Lewis I.      R   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16364     COMM-2501-E01   EFFECTIVE SPEAKING              4    Orr, Diane D.          M   06:30PM - 09:15PM
16365     COMM-3110-E01    PEACE, JUSTICE AND THE MEDIA   4    Callahan, Thomas J.    W   06:30PM - 09:15PM


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                                    FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – ROSE HILL CAMPUS
                                           COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #           COURSE TITLE                     CR   INSTRUCTOR                 DAY/TIME                 PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
16366     COMM-3332-E01   UNDERSTANDING TELEVISION         4    Freda, Robert              T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16367     COMM-3410-E01   INTERNATIONAL CINEMA             4    Fava, Matilde M.           US   09:00AM - 05:30PM

Computer and Information Science
16374     CISC-1100-E01   STRUCTURES OF COMP SCI           3    Andrews, Ying              M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16376     CISC-2201-E01   SYSTEMS ANALYSIS                 4    Wolk, Lawrence M.          R    06:30PM - 09:15PM   CISC1600 OR CSEU1600 OR CSRU1600
                                                                                                                    OR CSLU1600
16379     CISC-2350-E01   INFOR & WEB PROGRAMMING          4    TBA                        T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16383     CISC-2500-E01   INFOR & DATA MANAGEMENT          4    Mani, Murali               W    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Economics
16398     ECON-1100-E01   BASIC MACROECONOMICS             3    Tavas, Michael H.          T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16399     ECON-1200-E01   BASIC MICROECONOMICS             3    Tobin, John M.             R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16400     ECON-2142-E01   STATS DECISION MAKING            4    Themeli, Booi              W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16401     ECON-3118-E01   MICROECONOMIC THEORY             4    Fitzmaurice, Patricia C.   M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16402     ECON-4110-E01   ETHICS & ECONOMICS               4    Themeli, Booi              T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16417     ECON-3346-E01   INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS          4    Shojai, Siamack            S    09:00AM – 11:45AM

English
16403     ENGL-1101-E01   COMPOSITION I                    3    Obey, Erica F.             W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16404     ENGL-1102-E01   COMPOSITION II                   3    Warren, Andrew E.          M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16405     ENGL-1102-E02   COMPOSITION II                   3    Golde, Douglas E.          T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16406     ENGL-2000-E01   TEXTS & CONTEXTS                 3    Grisalfi, Patricia         T    06:30PM - 09:15PM   ENGL1102 OR ENGL1100 OR
                                                                                                                    ENRU1100 OR ENLU1100 OR
                                                                                                                    ENEU1100
16407     ENGL-2000-E02   TEXTS & CONTEXTS                 3    Goodman, Victor C.         R    06:30PM - 09:15PM   ENGL1102 OR ENGL1100 OR
                                                                                                                    ENRU1100 OR ENLU1100 OR
                                                                                                                    ENEU1100
16408     ENGL-3050-E01   WRITER'S WKSP:FICTION I          4    Clemente, Alfred R.        W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16409     ENGL-3100-E01   MEDIEVAL LITERATURE              4    Birenbaum, Maija           W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16410     ENGL-3840-E01   THE CLASSIC MYSTERY              4    Mcclendon, Lowery S.       R    06:30PM - 09:15PM

History
16353     AFAM-2100-EO1   AFRICAN AMERICAN HIST II         4    Bennett, Raquel M.         M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16411     HIST-1000-E01   UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: MOD EUR .   3    Houston, John J.           U    01:00PM - 06:00PM
16412     HIST-1075-E01   UNDRSTND HIST CHG:ERLY MOD EUR   3    Pilant, Craig W.           W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16413     HIST-1100-E01   UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: AMER HIST   3    Witkowski, Peter A.        S    12:00PM - 02:45PM
16414     HIST-3656-E01   THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION          4    Fein, Gene                 T    06:30PM - 09:15PM




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                                            FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – ROSE HILL CAMPUS
                                                   COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #                COURSE TITLE                                   CR     INSTRUCTOR               DAY/TIME                 PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Honors Program
16464   HPLS-3019-E01           MASS VIOLENCE & GENOCIDE                      4      Holmes, Marcus C.        W    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Mathematics
16415   MATH-1100-E01           FINITE MATHEMATICS                            3      Tartaglia, Anthony R.    MW   05:00PM - 06:15PM
16416   MATH-1203-E01           APPLIED CALCULUS I                            3      Tartaglia, Anthony R.    W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16374   CISC-1100-E01           STRUCTURES OF COMP SCI                        3      Andrews, Ying            M    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Organizational Leadership (Major Available to FCLS Students ONLY)
16596   ORGL-2900-E01          ENTREPRENEURSHIP                               4      Staff                    R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16597   ORGL-4000-E01          LEADERSHIP CONCEPTS & CASES                    4      Pappas, Gregory          T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
10019   BLBU-2234- E01         LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF BUSINESS                    3      Greene, William J        W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16364   COMM-2501-E01          EFFECTIVE SPEAKING                             4      Orr, Diane D.            M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16399   ECON-1200-E01          BASIC MICROECONOMICS                           3      Tobin, John M.           R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
10120   MGBU-33223- E01        PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                       3      Laitres, Ronald D        W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16658   PSYC-1200-E01          FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY                      3      Muscente, Joseph         R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16453   SOCI-3806-E01          INT'P BEHAV & GRP PROCS                        4      Nally-Seif, Nan          US   09:00AM - 05:30PM
16436   SSCI-2000-E01          AMERICAN PLURALISM                             3      Ostrowski, Elaine A.     R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16440   SSCI-4665-E01          CAREER MANAGEMENT/INTERN                       4      Pappas, Gregory J.       R    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Philosophy
16418   PHIL-1000-E01           PHIL OF HUMAN NATURE                          3      Farley, Gerard C.        T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16420   PHIL-1000-E02           PHIL OF HUMAN NATURE                          3      Mitchell, James M.       R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16421   PHIL-3000-E01           PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS                          4      Farley, Gerard C.        R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16422   PHIL-3000-E02           PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS                          4      Mitchell, James M.       M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16423   PHIL-3000-E03           PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS                          4      Dupuy, Kenneth E.        S    12:00PM - 02:45PM

Political Science
16430   POSC-1100-E01           INTRO TO POLITICS                             3      Zagorcheva, Dessislava   W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16431   POSC-2205-E01           THE U.S. CONGRESS                             4      Linhardt, Arnold I.      M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16432   POSC-3511-E01           WAR AND PEACE                                 4      Burke, Martin J.         R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16434   POSC-3520-E01           MIDEAST AND THE WORLD                         4      Fakhari, Mohammad        T    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Psychology (Introductory Psychology is a prerequisite for all Psychology courses).
16658   PSYC-1200-E01           FOUNDATIONS OF PSYCHOLOGY                     3      Muscente, Joseph         R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16425   PSYC-2200-E01           LEARNING                                      4      TBA                      M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16426   PSYC-2900-E01           ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY                           4      Willim, Roberta          R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16427   SYC-2710-E01            ADOLESCENT & ADULT DEVELOPMENT                4      Mccluer, Allison         T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16428   PSYC-3830-E01           THEORIES OF PSYCHOTHERAPY                     4      Sullivan, Irene A.       W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16429   PSYC-4900-E01           PSYCHOLOGY & HUMAN VALUES                     4      TBA                      W    06:30PM - 09:15PM


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                                         FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – ROSE HILL CAMPUS
                                                COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #                 COURSE TITLE                   CR   INSTRUCTOR              DAY/TIME                 PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Social Science
16436   SSCI-2000-E01           AMERICAN PLURALISM             3    Ostrowski, Elaine A.    R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16438   SSCI-2767-E01           FIRST SEM:MOD SOC PROB         3    Willim, Roberta         US   09:00AM - 05:30PM
16440   SSCI-4665-E01           CAREER MANAGEMENT/INTERN       4    Pappas, Gregory J.      R    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Sociology
16448   SOCI-2600-E01           INTRO SOC WORK & WELFARE       4    Dippolt, Anmarie        W    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16438   SSCI-2767-E01           FIRST SEM:MOD SOC PROB         3    Willim, Roberta         US   09:00AM - 05:30PM
16449   SOCI-2701-E01           INTRO TO CRIMINL JUSTICE       4    Callahan, John G.       R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16451   SOCI-3151-E01           SOCIOLOGY OF EDUCATION         4    Dippolt, Anmarie        M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16453   SOCI-3806-E01           INT'P BEHAV & GRP PROCS        4    Nally-Seif, Nan         US   09:00AM - 05:30PM

Theatre and Visual Arts
16356   THEA-1100-E01           INVITATION TO THEATRE          3    Bach Jr., John J.       T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16654   VART-1150-E01           DRAWING I                      4    Moore, Gabi             S    12:00PM – 02:45PM
16454   VART-1180-E01           PAINTING I                     4    Brown, Gabrielle M.     R    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16457   VART-2124-E01           DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I          4    Willner, Daniel         R    06:30PM - 09:15PM

Theology/Religious Studies
16442   THEO-1000-E01           FAITH & CRITICAL REASON        3    Warden, Joel            M    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16443   THEO-1000-E02           FAITH & CRITICAL REASON        3    Ward, Mary A.           S    01:00PM - 06:00PM
16444   THEO-3375-E01           AMERICAN RELIGIOUS TEXTS       4    Kirmse, Anne-Marie R.   U    01:00PM - 06:00PM
16446   THEO-3390-E01           CHURCH IN CONTROVERSY          4    Carney, Martin          T    06:30PM - 09:15PM
16445   THEO-3700-E01           SCRIPTURES OF THE WORLD        4    Marra, Anthony L.       S    09:00AM - 11:45AM



Weekend Courses (7 weekends)
16411   HIST-1000-E01           UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: MOD EUR   3.   Houston, John J.        U    01:00PM - 06:00PM
16443   THEO-1000-E02           FAITH & CRITICAL REASON        3    Ward, Mary A.           S    01:00PM - 06:00PM
16444   THEO-3375-E01           AMERICAN RELIGIOUS TEXTS       4    Kirmse, Anne-Marie R.   U    01:00PM - 06:00PM

        Weekend 1:   January 29-30
        Weekend 2:   February 12-13
        Weekend 3:   February 26-27
        Weekend 4:   March 12-13
        Weekend 5:   March 26-27
        Weekend 6:   April 9-10
        Weekend 7:   April 30-May 1




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                                    FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – ROSE HILL CAMPUS
                                           COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #           COURSE TITLE                 CR   INSTRUCTOR         DAY/TIME                 PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)

Weekend Courses – Intensive (9:00 AM – 5:30 PM)
16438   SSCI-2767-E01     FIRST SEM:MOD SOC PROB       3    Willim, Roberta    US   09:00AM - 05:30PM
        February 5 & 6
        March 19 & 20

16367   COMM-3410-E01     INTERNATIONAL CINEMA         4    Fava, Matilde M.   US   09:00AM - 05:30PM
        January 22 & 23
        March 5 & 6

16453   SOCI-3806-E01     INT'P BEHAV & GRP PROCS      4     Nally-Seif, Nan   US   09:00AM - 05:30PM
        January 29 & 30
        March 5 & 6




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                             FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – WESTCHESTER CAMPUS
                                      COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #         COURSE TITLE                  CR   INSTRUCTOR               DAY   TIME                PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Eloquentia Perfecta
16609   ENGL-2000-W01   TEXTS & CONTEXTS              3    Goodman, Victor C.       T     07:00PM - 09:45PM   ENGL-1102 OR ENGL-1100 OR
                                                                                                              ENRU-1100 OR ENLU-1100 OR
                                                                                                              ENEU-1100
Academic Enhancement
16603   ENGL-1101-W01   COMPOSITION I                3     Willis, Charlotte        M     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Pluralism
16624   SOCI-3601-W01   URBAN POVERTY                 4    Quiros, Luis             R     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Global Studies
16634   ECON-3242-W01   GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES        4    Fahey, Marion            SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16640   POSC-3520-W01   MIDEAST AND THE WORLD         4    Boumlik, Habiba          SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

Senior Values
16614   COMM-4001-W01   FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE       4    Fitzell, Michael V.      SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16636   PSYC-4340-W01   LAW & PSYCHOLOGY              4    Larson, Stacy D.         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
American Studies
16614   COMM-4001-W01   FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE       4    Fitzell, Michael V.      SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16636   PSYC-4340-W01   LAW & PSYCHOLOGY              4    Larson, Stacy D.         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

Art & Music History
16604   MUSC-1100-W01   MUSIC HISTORY INTRO           3    Nichols, Mollie P.       M     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Business
16668   BLBU-2234-W01   LGL FRAMEWORK OF BUSINESS     3    Silberman-Berle, Elana   R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16608   ECON-1100-W01   BASIC MACROECONOMICS          3    Grunthal, Peter F.       T     04:00PM - 06:45PM
16632   ECON-1200-W01   BASIC MICROECONOMICS          3    O'Connell, Laurence F.   TBA   ONLINE
16605   MATH-1100-W01   FINITE MATHEMATICS            3    Wisniewski, Elizabeth    M     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16670   MKBU-3225-W01   MARKETING PRINCIPLES          3    O’Connor, Frank          T     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16639   SSCI-2606-W01   STATISTICS I                  4    Migliaccio, John N.      W     07:00PM - 09:45PM


Communication & Media Studies
16625   COMM-1010-W01   INTRO TO COMM & MED STUD      3    Fitzell, Michael V.      R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16618   COMM-2501-W01   EFFECTIVE SPEAKING            4    Eskew, Maryann           W     04:00PM - 06:45PM
16671   COMM-3501-W01   PUBLIC RELATIONS              4    Horowitz, Steven         W     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16614   COMM-4001-W01   FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE       4    Fitzell, Michael V.      SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM



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                                          COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #              COURSE TITLE                   CR   INSTRUCTOR               DAY   TIME                PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Computer and Information Science
16673     CISC-1100-W01      STRUCTURES OF COMP SCI         3    Kelly, Kevin J.          R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16619     CISC-2350-W01      INFOR & WEB PROGRAMMING        4    Listi, Eugene            W     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16606     CISC-2500-W01      INFOR & DATA MANAGEMENT        4    Kelly, Kevin J.          M     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Economics
16608     ECON-1100-W01      BASIC MACROECONOMICS           3    Grunthal, Peter F.       T     04:00PM - 06:45PM
16632     ECON-1200-W01      BASIC MICROECONOMICS           3    O'Connell, Laurence F.   TBA   ONLINE
16634     ECON-3242-W01      GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES         4    Fahey, Marion            SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

English & Literary Studies
16603     ENGL-1101-W01      COMPOSITION I                  3    Willis, Charlotte        M     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16616     ENGL-1102-W01      COMPOSITION II                 3    Czechowski, Tara E.      TBA   ONLINE
16621     ENGL-1102-W02      COMPOSITION II                 3    Leporati, Matthew        R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16609     ENGL-2000-W01      TEXTS & CONTEXTS               3    Goodman, Victor C.       T     07:00PM - 09:45PM   ENGL-1102 OR ENGL-1100 OR
                                                                                                                    ENRU-1100 OR ENLU-1100 OR
                                                                                                                    ENEU-1100
16617     ENGL-3206-W01      SHAKESPEARE                    4    Quinn, James C.          W     07:00PM - 09:45PM   ENGL-2000
16614     COMM-4001-W01      FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE        4    Fitzell, Michael V.      SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

Environmental Studies
16638     BISC-1002-W01      ECOLOGY:A HUMAN APPROACH       3    O'Connell, William J.    SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16606     CISC-2500-W01      INFOR & DATA MANAGEMENT        4    Kelly, Kevin J.          M     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16619     CISC-2350-W01      INFOR & WEB PROGRAMMING        4    Listi, Eugene J.         W     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16608     ECON-1100-W01      BASIC MACROECONOMICS           3    Grunthal, Peter F.       T     04:00PM - 06:45PM

History
15733     HIST-1000-W01      UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: MOD EUR   3    Pilant, Craig W.         TBA   ONLINE
16612     HIST-1100-W01      UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: AMER HIST 3    Acosta, Salvador         W     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16672     HIST-1075-W01      UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: EARLY     3    Holt, Patrick            T     07:00PM - 09:45PM
                             MOD EUR

Latin & Latin American Studies
16624     SOCI-3601-W01      URBAN POVERTY                  4    Quiros, Luis             R     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Legal & Policy Studies
16676     SOCI-3708-W01      LAW & SOCIETY                  4    Holdman, Judge Robert    M     07:00PM - 09:45PM




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                               FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – WESTCHESTER CAMPUS
                                        COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #           COURSE TITLE                     CR       INSTRUCTOR               DAY   TIME                 PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Mathematics
16605     MATH-1100-W01   FINITE MATHEMATICS               3        Wisniewski, Elizabeth    M     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Middle East Studies
16640     POSC-3520-W01   MIDEAST AND THE WORLD            4        Boumlik, Habiba          SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16620     THEO-3100-W01   INTRO TO OLD TESTAMENT           4        Marra, Anthony L.        R     04:00PM - 06:45PM

Natural Sciences
16630     BISC-1000-W01   LIFE ON THE PLANET EARTH         3        Schiavo, Carl L.         TBA   ONLINE
16638     BISC-1002-W01   ECOLOGY: A HUMAN APPROACH        3        O'Connell, William J.    SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16674     PHYS-1206-W01   PHYSICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE         3        O’Connell, William J.    TBA   ONLINE

Organizational Leadership (Major Available to FCLS Students ONLY)
16628     ORGL-2000-W01   THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP           4        Onorato, Robert M.       TBA   ONLINE
16613     ORGL-2500-W01   ORG BEH CHNG & LEADERSHIP        4        Williams, Michael        SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16645     ORGL-4000-W01   LEADERSHIP CONCEPTS & CASES      4        Bonnell, Thomas H.       T     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16639     SSCI-2606-W01   STATISTICS I                     4        Migliaccio, John N.      W     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16637     SSCI-4665-W01   CAREER MANAGEMENT/INTERN         4        Porter, Kimberly         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16668     BLBU-2234-W01   LGL FRAMEWORK OF BUSINESS        3        Silberman-Berle, Elana   R      07:00PM - 09:45PM
16632     ECON-1200-W01   BASIC MICROECONOMICS             3        O'Connell, Laurence F.   TBA   ONLINE
16618     COMM-2501-W01   EFFECTIVE SPEAKING               4        Eskew, Maryann           W     04:00PM - 06:45PM
16671     COMM-3501-W01   PUBLIC RELATIONS                 4        Horowitz, Steven         W     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Peace & Justice
16633     SOCI-3102-W01   CONTEMP SOC ISSUES & POLICIES    4        Quiros, Luis             SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16624     SOCI-3601-W01   URBAN POVERTY                    4        Quiros, Luis             R     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Philosophy
16611     PHIL-1000-W01   PHIL OF HUMAN NATURE             3        Van Buren, Eileen M.     T     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16675     PHIL-3000-W02   PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS             4        Metzger, Nathan          TBA   ONLINE

Physics
16674     PHYS-1206-W01   PHYSICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE         3        O’Connell, William J.    TBA   ONLINE

Political Science
16608     ECON-1100-W01   BASIC MACROECONOMICS             3        Grunthal, Peter F.       T     04:00PM - 06:45PM
16632     ECON-1200-W01   BASIC MICROECONOMICS             3        O'Connell, Laurence F.   TBA   ONLINE
15733     HIST-1000-W01   UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: MOD EUR     3        Pilant, Craig W.         TBA   ONLINE
16640     POSC-3520-W01   MIDEAST AND THE WORLD            4        Boumlik, Habiba          SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM




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                                   FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – WESTCHESTER CAMPUS
                                            COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #             COURSE TITLE                         CR    INSTRUCTOR               DAY   TIME                PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Psychology (Introductory Psychology is a prerequisite for all Psychology courses)
16629   PSYC-2710-W01       ADOLESCENT & ADULT DEVELOPMT 4             Rodier, Ann M.           TBA   ONLINE              PSYC-1000
16636   PSYC-4340-W01       LAW & PSYCHOLOGY             4             Larson, Stacy D.         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM   PSYC-1000
16639   SSCI-2606-W01       STATISTICS I                 4             Migliaccio, John N.      W     07:00PM - 09:45PM

Religious Studies
16614   COMM-4001-W01       FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE              4     Fitzell, Michael V.      SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

Social Studies (Social Sciences)
16608   ECON-1100-W01       BASIC MACROECONOMICS          3            Grunthal, Peter F.       T     04:00PM - 06:45PM
16632   ECON-1200-W01       BASIC MICROECONOMICS          3            O'Connell, Laurence F.   TBA   ONLINE
16625   COMM-1010-W01       INTRO TO COMM & MED STUD      3            Fitzell, Michael V.      R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16629   PSYC-2710-W01       ADOLESCENT & ADULT DEVELOPMENT 4           Rodier, Ann M.           TBA   ONLINE
16633   SOCI-3102-W01       CONTEMP SOC ISSUES & POLICIES 4            Quiros, Luis             SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16624   SOCI-3601-W01       URBAN POVERTY                 4            Quiros, Luis             R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16676   SOCI-3708-W01       LAW & SOCIETY                 4            Holdman, Judge Robert    M     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16639   SSCI-2606-W01       STATISTICS I                  4            Migliaccio, John N.      W     07:00PM - 09:45PM
16637   SSCI-4665-W01       CAREER MANAGEMENT/INTERN      4            Porter, Kimberly         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

Social Work
16787   SOCI-2600-W01       INTRO SOC WORK & WELFARE             4     Amos, Carrie             T     07:00PM – 09:45PM

Theater
16635   THEA-1100-W01       INVITATION TO THEATRE                3     Calderazzo, Diana L.     SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM

Theology
16615   THEO-1000-W01       FAITH & CRITICAL REASON              3     Ward, Mary A.            TBA   ONLINE
16620   THEO-3100-W01       INTRO TO OLD TESTAMENT               4     Marra, Anthony L.        R     04:00PM - 06:45PM

Urban Studies
16638   BISC-1002-W01       ECOLOGY: A HUMAN APPROACH            3     O'Connell, William J.    SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
16624   SOCI-3601-W01       URBAN POVERTY                        4     Quiros, Luis             R     07:00PM - 09:45PM
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Online Courses
16630   BISC-1000-W01       LIFE ON THE PLANET EARTH             3     Schiavo, Carl L.         TBA   ONLINE
16632   ECON-1200-W01       BASIC MICROECONOMICS                 3     O'Connell, Laurence F.   TBA   ONLINE
16616   ENGL-1102-W01       COMPOSITION II                       3     Czechowski, Tara E.      TBA   ONLINE
15733   HIST-1000-W01       UNDRSTND HIST CHNGE: MOD EUR         3     Pilant, Craig W.         TBA   ONLINE
16628   ORGL-2000-W01       THEORIES OF LEADERSHIP               4     Onorato, Robert M.       TBA   ONLINE



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                                  FORDHAM COLLEGE OF LIBERAL STUDIES – WESTCHESTER CAMPUS
                                           COURSE OFFERINGS BY FIELD – SPRING 2011

CALL # COURSE #             COURSE TITLE                       CR   INSTRUCTOR              DAY   TIME                PREREQUISITES or (NOTES)
Online Courses (cont’d)
16675   PHIL-3000-W02       PHILOSOPHICAL ETHICS               4    Metzger, Nathan         TBA   ONLINE
16674   PHYS-1206-W01       PHYSICS OF EVERYDAY LIFE           3    O’Connell, William      TBA   ONLINE
16629   PSYC-2710-W01       ADOLESCENT & ADULT DEVELOPMT       4    Rodier, Ann M.          TBA   ONLINE
16615   THEO-1000-W01       FAITH & CRITICAL REASON            3    Ward, Mary A.           TBA   ONLINE

Weekend Courses – Intensive (8:30 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.)
16614   COMM-4001-W01          FILMS OF MORAL STRUGGLE         4    Fitzell, Michael V.     SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: January 29 & 30
        Weekend 2: March 5 & 6
16638   BISC-1002-W01          ECOLOGY: A HUMAN APPROACH       3    O'Connell, William J.   SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 5 & 6
        Weekend 2: March 5 & 6

16633   SOCI-3102-W01          CONTEMP SOC ISSUES & POLICIES   4    Quiros, Luis            SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 5 & 6
        Weekend 2: March 26 & 27
16634   ECON-3242-W01          GLOBAL ECONOMIC ISSUES          4    Fahey, Marion           SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 5 & 6
        Weekend 2: March 26 & 27
16636   PSYC-4340-W01           LAW & PSYCHOLOGY               4    Larson, Stacy D.        SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 12 & 13
        Weekend 2: April 2 & 3
16635   THEA-1100-W01          INVITATION TO THEATRE           3    Calderazzo, Diana L.    SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 12 & 13
        Weekend 2: April 2 & 3
16613   ORGL-2500-W01           ORG BEH CHNG & LEADERSHIP      4    Williams, Michael       SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 26 & 27
        Weekend 2: April 9 & 10
16640   POSC-3520-W01           MIDEAST AND THE WORLD          4    Boumlik, Habiba         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 26 & 27
        Weekend 2: April 9 & 10
16637   SSCI-4665-W01           CAREER MANAGEMENT              4    Porter, Kimerly         SU    08:30AM - 05:00PM
        Weekend 1: February 26 & 27
        Weekend 2: April 9 & 10




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