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					                  S CHEDULE OF CLASSES
                             Fall 2009
 Online Registration is here! http://neiuport.neiu.edu
                    • Register for classes • Review financial aid awards
• Pay tuition & fees with credit or check • View up-to-date course information on NEIUport



  Learn in the city. Lead in the world.
          ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS
   ONLINE REGISTRATION
         IS HERE!
           Fall 2009 Online
Advanced Registration: April 20 - June 30
                    What do you need to do?

1. If you have not already done so, activate your
   NEIUport account by going to:
                       http://neiuport.neiu.edu
   •	 NEIUport accounts are automatically created for all admitted
      students but must be activated.
   •	 To	activate	your	account	you	will	need	to	enter	your	NEIU	ID	
      number and your date-of-birth. For more information, refer to
      the NEIUport page in this schedule of classes.
   •	 Having	trouble	logging	on	to	NEIUport? Bring your NEIU photo
      ID	to	the	Student	Computing	Services	in	B-building,	room	
      B-107 or call (773) 442-4390 or e-mail scs@neiu.edu.

2. Beginning April 20 log on to NEIUport.
                       http://neiuport.neiu.edu
   •	 Click	on	the	"Current	Student"	tab	and	find	detailed	information	
      regarding online registration procedures and additional
      registration	dates	including	how	to	determine	your	
      time	to	register	in	the	Student	Self-Service	Information	Channel.

   Online registration through
      NEIUport is the ONLY
 method of registering for classes.
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                      NEIUport Registration Timetable

                                                   NEIUport Registration Timetable
                                  Student class and hours earned determine earliest time to register
               Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. - Midnight | Saturday and Sunday - 9:00 a.m - 9:00.pm.
 To determine when to register, follow these steps:
 •	 Go	to	NEIUport.neiu.edu	and	log	on.
 •	 Click	on	the	Current	Student	tab.	       	         	
 •	 Click	‘Registration	Status’	in	the	‘Registration	Tools’	channel.
 •	 Select	Fall	2009.	       	          	                                                                Registration will
 •	 Determine	your	‘Class	for	registration	purposes’.	
 •	 Add	the	number	of	hours	for	your	current	‘level’	(institutional	and	transfer)	displayed	                 continue
    under	‘Earned	Credit’.
 •	 Locate	your	class	and	the	number	of	‘Hours	Earned’	on	this	chart	to	determine	your	start	          May 15 - September 14
    time.
 Once your registration time begins, you may register or adjust your schedule
 until the last day of the registration period. Courses not yet graded, are not
 included in ‘Earned Credit’.

                           Monday, April 20                                                         Tuesday, April 28
                            Class: Master Program                                                          Class: Juniors
        Registration Start Time                     Hours Earned                 Registration Start Time                    Hours Earned

             9:00 a.m.                                40 + cr.                        9:00 a.m.                             77-89 cr.
            10:30 a.m.                               24-39 cr.                       11:30 a.m.                               76 cr.
            12:30 p.m.                               21-23 cr.                        2:00 p.m.                               75 cr.
             2:30 p.m.                               18-20 cr.
             4:30 p.m.                                3-17 cr.                                   Wednesday, April 29
                                                                                                           Class: Juniors
             6:30 p.m.                                 1-2 cr.
                                                                                 Registration Start Time                    Hours Earned

                           Tuesday, April 21                                          9:00 a.m.                             70-74 cr.
                            Class: Master Program                                    10:30 a.m.                             66-69 cr.
        Registration Start Time                     Hours Earned                     11:30 a.m.                             62-65 cr.
             9:00 a.m.                                 0 cr.                         12:30 p.m.                             60-61 cr.

                          Thursday, April 23                                                          Monday, May 4
                                  Class: Seniors
                                                                                                       Class: Sophomores
        Registration Start Time                     Hours Earned
                                                                                 Registration Start Time                    Hours Earned
             9:00 a.m.                               133 + cr.                        9:00 a.m.                             58-59 cr.
            10:30 a.m.                              122-132 cr.                      10:30 a.m.                             55-57 cr.
            12:30 p.m.                              120-121 cr.                          noon                               52-54 cr.
             1:30 p.m.                              113-119 cr.                       1:00 p.m.                             47-51 cr.
             3:00 p.m.                              106-112 cr.                       2:00 p.m.                             45-46 cr.
             4:00 p.m.                                105 cr.
                                                                                                     Tuesday, May 5
                            Friday, April 24
                                                                                                       Class: Sophomores
                                  Class: Seniors
                                                                                 Registration Start Time                    Hours Earned
        Registration Start Time                     Hours Earned
                                                                                      9:00 a.m.                             39-44 cr.
             9:00 a.m.                              96-104 cr.
                                                                                     11:00 a.m.                             33-38 cr.
            10:30 a.m.                                95 cr.
                                                                                      1:30p.m.                              30-32 cr.
            11:30 a.m.                                94 cr.
            12:30 p.m.                                93 cr.
             1:30 p.m.                               91-92 cr.                                                                  continued on next page
             2:30 p.m.                                90 cr.

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NEIUport Registration Timetable                                                                               Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


                                                     NEIUport Registration Timetable
                                    Student class and hours earned determine earliest time to register
                 Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday 6:00 a.m. - Midnight | Saturday and Sunday - 9:00 a.m - 9:00.pm.


    To determine when to register, follow these steps:
    •	 Go	to	NEIUport.neiu.edu	and	log	on.
    •	 Click	on	the	Current	Student	tab.	       	         	
    •	 Click	‘Registration	Status’	in	the	‘Registration	Tools’	channel.                                     Registration will
    •	 Select	Fall	2009.	       	          	
    •	 Determine	your	‘Class	for	registration	purposes’.	                                                       continue
    •	 Add	the	number	of	hours	for	your	current	‘level’	(institutional	and	transfer)	displayed	
       under	‘Earned	Credit’.                                                                             May 15 - September 14
    •	 Locate	your	class	and	the	number	of	‘Hours	Earned’	on	this	chart	to	determine	your	start	
       time.
    Once your registration time begins, you may register or adjust your schedule
    until the last day of the registration period. Courses not yet graded, are not
    included in ‘Earned Credit’.

                             Thursday, May 7                                                        Wednesday, May 13
                                    Class: Freshmen                               Classes: Graduates in Cert Program (TCP), Seeking 2nd Bachelors
          Registration Start Time                     Hours Earned                  Registration Start Time                       Hours Earned

               9:00 a.m.                              25-29 cr.                          9:00 a.m.                                  0 + cr.
              11:30 a.m.                              22-24 cr.
               1:30 p.m.                              16-21 cr.                                       Thursday, May 14
               2:30 p.m.                                15 cr.
                                                                                                   Class: Students At Large (SAL)
                                                                                    Registration Start Time                       Hours Earned
                                Friday, May 8                                            9:00 a.m.                                 15 + cr.
                                    Class: Freshmen                                      10:30 a.m.                                4-14 cr.
          Registration Start Time                     Hours Earned
                                                                                            noon                                    2-3 cr.
               9:00 a.m.                               7-14 cr.                          2:30 p.m.                                  0-1 cr.
              10:00 a.m.                                3-6 cr.
              11:00 a.m.                                1-2 cr.
               1:00 p.m.                                 0 cr.




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                   Fall 2009 Registration and Deadline Dates


    Classes begin:
    Weekday classes - August 31
    Saturday classes - August 29
    Sunday classes - August 30

    Registration Dates:
    Advanced Registration                   Open Registration                        Late Registration                        Change of Registration
    April 20 - June 30                      July 1 - August 3                        August 4 - 27                            August 28 - September 14

    Cashier Confirmation / Payment Deadlines:
    Advanced Registration                   Open Registration                        Late Registration                        Change of Registration
    April 20 - June 30                      July 1 - August 3                        August 4 - 27                            August 28 - September 14
    $150.00 due by                          $250.00 due by                           $350.00 due by                           $450.00 due by
    June 30                                 August 3                                 August 27                                September 14

    Courses Dropped                         Courses Dropped                          Courses Dropped                          Courses Dropped
    August 4 in AM                          August 4 in AM                           August 28 in AM                          September 15 in AM

    Deadline to submit Independent/Tutored Studies:                                                  Holidays:
    September 10                                                                                     Labor Day - September 7
                                                                                                     Thanksgiving - November 26-29
    Last day to apply for pass/fail option or audit a course:
    September 14

    Credit/Reduction of Tuition and Fees Deadlines: Course Swapping: Students who drop and add a course on the same date during
    the 90% credit period will not be assessed the 10% if the added course’s credit hours are the same number or more as the dropped course.
    100%                            90%                              50%                             25%                              No Refund
    Apr. 20 - Aug. 27               Aug. 28 - Sept. 14               Sept. 15 - Sept. 28             Sept. 29 - Oct. 13               Oct. 14 - Nov. 13
    Reduction in course             Reduction in course              Reduction in course             Reduction in course              No credit for
    load or complete                load or complete                 load or complete                load or complete                 complete withdrawal
    withdrawal                      withdrawal                       withdrawal                      withdrawal                       or reduced course
                                                                                                                                      load

    Grade issued: No                Grade issued: No                 Grade issued:Yes,‘W’            Grade issued:Yes,‘W’             Grade issued:Yes,‘W’

    Last day to drop a course (no refund):
    November 13
                                                                                   POLICY ON FIRST CLASS SESSION ATTENDANCE
    Last day of classes:                                                           Department instructors may reassign a student's
                                                                                   seat in a class if the student does not attend the first
    December 14
                                                                                   class session and neglects to inform the instructor in
                                                                                   advance of the intended absence. The student will
    Finals:                                                                        be responsible for any financial consequence if the
    Saturday classes - December 12                                                 course is not dropped officially by the student before
    Weekday classes - December 15, 16, 17                                          the appropriate refund deadline. Failure to officially
    Friday only classes - December 18                                              withdraw from class will result in a grade of F.

    Semester ends,
    grades due 12:00 midnight:
    December 21




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Table of Contents                                                                                                                                                                                      Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


TOPIC ............................................................................................................................. PAGE NOS.   TOPIC ............................................................................................................................. PAGE NOS.
Academic	Development ........................................................................................... 54                             Inner	City	Studies	Education .................................................................................... 58
Accessibility	Center .................................................................................................. 18                      Instructional	Media	-	Teacher	Education .................................................................. 64
Accounting ............................................................................................................... 51                   Justice	Studies........................................................................................................... 44
Accounting	Business	Law	&	Finance........................................................................ 51                                    Latino	and	Latin	American	Studies ........................................................................... 44
Admissions	&	New	Student	Information ............................................................... 9-10                                       Leadership-Educational	Leadership	&	Development ............................................... 58
Aerospace	Studies	(Air	Force	ROTC)...................................................................51,	68                                     Linguistics................................................................................................................. 44
African	&	African	American	Studies.......................................................................... 36                                 Management ............................................................................................................. 53
Anthropology ........................................................................................................... 36                     Marketing ................................................................................................................. 53
Art............................................................................................................................. 36             Mathematics ............................................................................................................. 45
Auditing .................................................................................................................... 17                Mathematics-Developmental .................................................................................... 54
Bachelor's	Degree	Requirements ............................................................................. 20                                 Middle	School	Education .......................................................................................... 64
Bilingual/Bicultural	Education-Teacher	Education ................................................... 62                                         Military	Science	(Army	ROTC) ............................................................................ 51,68
Biology...................................................................................................................... 37                Music ........................................................................................................................ 46
Building	Locations .................................................................... 11,	outside	back	cover                                  Music	Dance ............................................................................................................. 47
Business	Law ............................................................................................................ 52                    National	Voter	Registration	Act ................................................................................. 18
Campus	Directory ................................................................................................... 7-8                        NEIU	email ............................................................................................................... 19
Carruthers	Center	for	Inner	City	Studies	Courses.................................................... 28                                         NEIUport	Accounts................................................................................................... 19
Chemistry ................................................................................................................. 38                  NEIUport	Hours	of	Operation ........................................................................1-2,	5-6,	8
Communication,	Media	and	Theatre	-	Communication ............................................ 39                                                NEIUport	Registration	Timetable............................................................................. 1-2
Communication,	Media	and	Theatre	-	Media ............................................................ 39                                        NEIU	Multi/Interdisciplinary	Studies/Sociology....................................................... 48
Communication,	Media	and	Theatre	-	Theatre .......................................................... 40                                        Off	Campus	Courses................................................................................................. 34
Computer	Science .................................................................................................... 40                        Off	Campus	Sites ...................................................................................................... 34
Concurrent	Registration ........................................................................................... 18                          Office	Hours	/	D-Building ........................................................................................... 8
Confirmation/Payment	of	Classes........................................................................12,	15                                   Online	Courses ......................................................................................................... 31
Course	Identification/Level	Codes ........................................................................... 11                                Oral	Proficiency........................................................................................................ 18
Counselor	Education ................................................................................................ 56                         Parking...................................................................................................................... 16
Credit	Hour	Load	(overloads) ................................................................................... 17                             Pass/Fail	Option........................................................................................................ 17
Dance	Program ........................................................................................................ 	47                      Payment/Confirmation	 .......................................................................................12,	15
Declaring	a	Major ..................................................................................................... 20                      Petition	for	Reinstatement........................................................................................ 12
Departmental	Notes ............................................................................................ 66-69                           Philosophy ................................................................................................................ 48
Distance	Education	Courses ................................................................................ 31-33                               Physical	Education-Exercise	Science ........................................................................ 59
Distance	Education	Network	Site	Addresses ............................................................ 31                                       Physical	Education-Health	Education ....................................................................... 59
Early	Childhood	Education-Teacher	Education ........................................................ 62                                         Physical	Education-Major	Activity ............................................................................. 59
Earth	Science ............................................................................................................ 42                   Physical	Education-Major	Theory ............................................................................. 59
Economics ................................................................................................................ 40                   Physical	Education-Recreation	Management ............................................................ 60
Educational	Foundations .......................................................................................... 59                           Physics ...................................................................................................................... 48
Educational	Foundations	-	Educational	Leadership	&	Development........................ 57                                                       Policy	on	Incompletes .............................................................................................. 17
Educational	Leadership	&	Development .................................................................. 57                                      Policy	on	First	Class	Session	Attendance .................................................................. 17
El	Centro	Courses ................................................................................................ 29-31                        Political	Science........................................................................................................ 48
Elementary	Education-Teacher	Education ................................................................ 62                                      Prerequisite	Policy .................................................................................................... 17
English ...................................................................................................................... 41               Psychology ............................................................................................................... 49
English	Development ............................................................................................... 54                          Reading..................................................................................................................... 60
English	as	a	Second	Language .................................................................................. 54                              Reading-Developmental ........................................................................................... 56
Final	Exam	Schedule......................................................................... inside	back	cover                                  Refunds/Credits ...................................................................................................12,	14
Finance ..................................................................................................................... 52                Registration	and	Deadline	Dates ................................................................................ 3
Financial	Aid ............................................................................................................. 12                  Residency	Status ....................................................................................................... 13
First	Year	Experience	Courses .................................................................................. 27                             Schedule	Abbreviations ............................................................................................ 11
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures .............................................................................. 42                               Schedule	Information ............................................................................................... 11
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Arabic ................................................................... 42                                   Secondary	Education-Teacher	Education ................................................................. 64
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Chinese................................................................. 42                                     Social	Work ............................................................................................................... 50
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-French .................................................................. 42                                    Sociology .................................................................................................................. 49
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-German................................................................. 42                                      Special	Education ..................................................................................................... 60
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Italian.................................................................... 43                                  Special	Education	-	Gifted ........................................................................................ 61
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Korean .................................................................. 43                                    Student	Computing	Hours ......................................................................................... 8
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Polish .................................................................... 43                                  Student	Departure	for	Military	Service..................................................................... 18
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Russian ................................................................. 43                                    Student	Departure	for	Volunteer	Emergency	Service ............................................... 18
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Spanish ................................................................. 43                                    Student	Right	to	Know	Act ............................................................... inside	back	cover
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures-Swahili .................................................................. 43                                   Teacher	Education .................................................................................................... 62
General	Education	Courses ................................................................................. 22-26                               Teaching	English	as	a	Second	Language ................................................................... 51
General	Education	Program	List	of	Approved	Courses ............................................ 21                                              Test	Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 17
Geography	&	Environmental	Studies ....................................................................... 43                                    Tests	&	Exams	-	Placement	&	Competency.............................................................. 18
Graduate	College	Deadlines .................................................................................... 5-6                             Thesis	Seminar ......................................................................................................... 18
Health	Insurance ...................................................................................................... 16                      Timetable.................................................................................................................. 71
History ...................................................................................................................... 43               Tuition	and	Fees .................................................................................................. 13-15
Honors	Program ..................................................................................................20,	65                         Tuition	Guarantee	Plan ..........................................................................................9,	13
Human	Resource	Development ............................................................................... 57                                   Tutored	Study ........................................................................................................... 18
Hybrid	Courses......................................................................................................... 32                      University	Calendar ................................................................................................. 5-6
I.D.	Card	Policy ......................................................................................................... 19                   Videoconferencing	Courses ..................................................................................... 31
Illinois	Articulation	Initiative .................................................................................... 18                        Weekend	Institute	Courses ...................................................................................... 35
Independent	Study ................................................................................................... 18                        Women’s	Studies	Program ........................................................................................ 51


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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                               University Calendar
                                 http://neiuport.neiu.edu
                                 Hours available: Monday - Friday, 6:00 am - 12:00 midnight; Saturday - Sunday, 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
                                 To register, add or drop classes, or make section changes go to http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
 APRIL           2009             APRIL
 S M T    W T F S                 April	13	-	June	30                         Academic	Advisement	for	Advanced	Registration	participants.	Please	
          1 2 3 4                                                            contact	your	Academic		Advisor	for	an	appointment.
 5 6 7 8 9 10 11                  April	20	-	June	30                         Advanced Registration via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
                                  MAY
 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
 26 27 28 29 30                   May	1	-	29                                 The	Graduate	College	will	accept	applications	for	August 2009
                                                                             Graduation.	Applications	are	available	in	the	Graduate	College	Office,	
                                                                             B-159.	Approved candidacy must be on file.
                                  May	4	-	Monday                             Final	Date	for	removal	of	incompletes	and	receipt	of	comprehensive	
                                                                             examination	results	in	the	Graduate	College.	Final	date	for	thesis,	with	
 MAY                 2009                                                    all	approval	pages,	to	be	received	in	the	Graduate	College	for	May	2009	
 S M T        W T F S                                                        Graduation.
                    1 2           May	19	-	Tuesday                           Final	date	to	file	for	Undergraduate	Graduation	for	December 2009 Graduation.
  3   4    5 6 7 8 9
 10   11   12 13 14 15 16         JUNE
 17   18   19 20 21 22 23         June	1	-	Monday                            All	international	student	categories	(students	with	F-	I	and	J-	I	visas)	
 24   25   26 27 28 29 30                                                    Admission	application	and	credentials	deadline	for	the	Fall	semester.
 31                               June	30	-	Tuesday	-	7:00	p.m.	in	person,   Last day to make an initial payment of $150.00 or confirm with
                                  via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu               financial aid for	Advanced	Registration.		Students	who	do	not	make	a	
                                  until	midnight                             payment	or	confirm	with	financial	aid	will	have	their	courses	dropped		
                                                                             August	4	in	AM.
 JUNE                  2009
  S M       T   W T F S           JULY
     1      2    3 4 5 6          July	1	-	August	3                          Open Registration via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
 7 8        9   10 11 12 13                                                  •		All	eligible	students	may	register,	add	courses,	drop	courses,	or	make	
 14 15     16   17 18 19 20                                                    section	changes.		
 21 22     23   24 25 26 27       July	1	-	Wednesday                         Undergraduate	degree	seeking		Admission	application	and	credentials	
 28 29     30                                                                deadline	for	the	Fall	semester.		Those	applying	for	admission	to	the	
                                                                             Master’s	degree	program	should	consult	with	the	Graduate	College.
                                  July	6	-	Monday                            Grades	for	the	removal	of	incompletes	for	undergraduates	completing	
                                                                             degree	requirements	in	August	2009	are	due	in	the	Records	Office.
 JULY            2009             July	15	-	Wednesday                        Student-at-large	Admission	application	deadline	for	the	Fall	semester.
 S M T    W T F S                 AUGUST
          1 2 3 4
 5 6 7 8 9 10 11                  August	1	-	31                            The	Graduate	College	will	accept	applications	for	December 2009
                                                                           Graduation.	Applications	are	available	in	the	Graduate	College	Office,	
 12 13 14 15 16 17 18                                                      B-159.	Approved candidacy must be on file.
 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
                                  August	3	-	Monday	-	7:00	p.m.	in	person, Last day to make an initial payment of $250.00 or confirm with
 26 27 28 29 30 31                via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu             financial aid	for	Open	Registration.		Students	who	do	not	make	a	
                                  until	midnight                           payment	or	confirm	with	financial	aid	will	have	their	courses	dropped		
                                                                           August	4	in	AM.
                                  August	4	-	27                            Late Registration via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
 AUGUST              2009                                                  •		All	eligible	students	may	register,	add	courses,	drop	courses,	or	make	
 S M T          W   TF S                                                     section	changes.		
                        1         August	11	-	Tuesday                      Final	Date	for	removal	of	incompletes	and	receipt	of	comprehensive	
 2     3    4 5 6 7 8                                                      examination	results	in	the	Graduate	College.	Final	date	for	thesis,	with	all	
 9    10   11 12 13 14 15                                                  approval	pages,	to	be	received	in	the	Graduate	College	for	August	2009	
 16   17   18 19 20 21 22                                                  Graduation.
 23   24   25 26 27 28 29         August	27	-	Thursday	-	7:00	p.m.	in	     Last day to make an initial payment of $350.00 or confirm
 30   31                          person,                                  with financial aid	for	Late	Registration.		Students	who	do	not	make	a	
                                  via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu             payment	or	confirm	with	financial	aid	will	have	their	courses	dropped	
                                  until	midnight                           August	28	in	AM.
                                  August	27	-	Thursday	-	midnight	         Last day for 100% credit/reduction of tuition and fees	for	
                                  via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu             withdrawal	of	courses	from	the	Fall	semester	(less	$10.00	withdrawal	
                                                                           fee	for	a	complete	withdrawal).
                                  August	28	-	September	14                 Change of Registration via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
                                                                           •	Last	opportunity	to	register	or	add	classes	for	Fall.
                                                                           •	Prior	to	the	day	of	the	first	class	session,	students	may	register	for	
                                                                             open	classes	without	departmental	approval.	Beginning	with	the	day
                                                                             of	the	first	class	session,	courses	will	require	departmental	approval.
                                  August	29	-	Saturday                     FIRST DAY OF SATURDAY CLASSES.
                                  August	30	-	Sunday                       FIRST DAY OF SUNDAY CLASSES.
                                  August	31	-	Monday                       First day of Weekday classes.
                                  August	31	-	Monday                       Final	Date	for	submission	of	complete	Graduate	College	admission	
                                                                           application	file		for	Spring	2010	Admission.


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University Calendar                                                                                      Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


                              http://neiuport.neiu.edu
                              Hours available: Monday - Friday, 6:00 am - 12:00 midnight; Saturday - Sunday, 9:00 am - 9:00 pm
                              To register, add or drop classes, or make section changes go to http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
    SEPTEMBER          2009   SEPTEMBER
     S M T      W T F S       September	7	-	Monday                     Labor	Day	Holiday.	No	classes.
           1     2 3 4 5      September	10	-	Thursday                  Last	day	to	submit	an	Independent/Tutored	Study	or	Thesis	Seminar	form	
    6 7 8        9 10 11 12                                            for	Fall	courses	to	the	Enrollment	Services	Center.
    13 14 15    16 17 18 19   August	28	-	September	14                 Change of Registration via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
    20 21 22    23 24 25 26                                            •	Last	opportunity	to	register	or	add	classes	for	Fall.
    27 28 29    30                                                     •	Prior	to	the	day	of	the	first	class	session,	students	may	register	for	open
                                                                         classes	without	departmental	approval.	Beginning	with	the	day	of	the	
                                                                         first	class	session,	courses	will	require	departmental	approval.
                              September	14	-	Monday                    Last day to apply for the pass/fail option	for	Fall	courses.
    OCTOBER           2009                                             Last day to submit approved written requests to the Enrollment
    S M T       W T F S                                                Services Center to audit a course.
                  1 2 3
                              September	14	-	Monday	-	                 Last day to make an initial payment of $450.00 or confirm with
    4    5 6 7 8 9 10         7:00	p.m.	in	person,                     financial aid	for	Change	of	Registration.		Students	who	do	not	make	a	
    11   12 13 14 15 16 17    via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu             payment	or	confirm	with	financial	aid	will	have	their	courses	dropped	
    18   19 20 21 22 23 24    until	midnight                           September	15	in	AM.
    25   26 27 28 29 30 31    September	14	-	Monday	-	midnight         Last day for 90% credit/reduction of tuition and fees	for	
                              via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu             withdrawal	of	courses	from	the	Fall	semester	(less	$10.00	withdrawal	
                                                                       fee	for	a	complete	withdrawal).
                              September	18	-	Friday                    Final	date	to	file	for	Undergraduate	Graduation	for	May	2010.
    NOVEMBER           2009
                              September	28	-	Monday	-	midnight         Last day for a 50% credit/reduction of tuition and fees	for	
     S M T      W T F S       via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu             withdrawal	of	courses	from	the	Fall	semester	(less	$10.00	withdrawal	
    1 2 3        4 5 6 7                                               fee	for	a	complete	withdrawal).
    8 9 10      11 12 13 14
                              September	30	-	Wednesday                 Refunds	will	begin	to	be	processed	for	Fall.
    15 16 17    18 19 20 21
    22 23 24    25 26 27 28   September	30	-	Wednesday	-	7:00	p.m.	in	 Second deferred payment due.
                              person,	via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu
    29 30                     until	midnight
                              OCTOBER
                              October	13	-	Tuesday	-	midnight            Last day for a 25% credit/reduction of tuition and fees	for	
    DECEMBER           2009   via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu               withdrawal	of	courses	from	the	Fall	semester	(less	$10.00	withdrawal	
     S M T      W T F S                                                  fee	for	a	complete	withdrawal).
          1     2 3 4 5       October	21	-	Wednesday	-	7:00	p.m.	in	     Third deferred payment due.
    6 7 8       9 10 11 12    person,	via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu
                              until	midnight
    13 14 15    16 17 18 19
    20 21 22    23 24 25 26   October	30	-	Friday                        Grades	for	the	removal	of	incompletes	for	undergraduates	completing	
    27 28 29    30 31                                                    degree	requirements	in	December	2009	are	due	in	the	Records	Office.
                              NOVEMBER
                              November	13	-	Friday	-	midnight            Last day to drop a course or completely withdraw from Fall.
                              via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu               (no financial credit).
                              November	20	-	Friday	-	7:00	p.m.	in	       Fourth deferred payment due.
                              person,	via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu
                              until	midnight
                              November	26,	27,	28,	29                    Thanksgiving	Holiday.	No	classes.
                              Thursday,	Friday,	Saturday,	Sunday
                              DECEMBER
                              December	12	-	Saturday                     Final exams for Saturday classes.
                              December	14	-	Monday                       Last day of classes.
                              December	14	-	Monday                       Final	date	for	removal	of	incompletes	and	receipt	of	comprehensive	
                                                                         examination	results	in	the	Graduate	College.	Final	date	for	thesis,	with	
                                                                         all	approval	pages,	to	be	received	in	the	Graduate	College	Office	for	
                                                                         December	2009	Graduation.
                              December	15,	16,	17                        Final exams. Refer	to	the	final	examination	page	for	further	
                              	Tuesday,	Wednesday,	Thursday              information.
                              December	18	-	Friday                       Final Exams for Friday only classes.
                              December	19	-	Saturday                     Commencement
                              December	21	-	Monday                       Fall semester ends. Grades due 12:00 midnight.
                              December	22,	2009	-	January	3,	2010        Semester	break.
                              December	24	-	Thursday                     Grades	available	for	students	to	view	at	
                                                                         http://neiuport.neiu.edu. Grades will not be mailed.




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                                                               Campus Hours During the Semester
                      Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. • Saturday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Sunday: 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (Building B only)
                                                        *(Contact individual departments for specific hours of operation)
                                              GENERAL DIRECTIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE INFORMATION CENTER, VILLAGE SQUARE.
                                                        Semester Activity Hour: Tuesday and Thursday, 1:40 - 2:40 p.m.
Specific Information                                                Address Inquiries to:
Academic	Advising	for	newly	admitted	&	Undeclared	Students	         Academic	Advisement	Center	-	D-130	                                           442-5470
Academic	Development	                                               Office	of	the	Dean	-	C-519	                                                   442-5449
Accessibility	Center	                                               Victoria	Amey-Flippin	-	D-104	                           773-442-4595	/	TDD:	442-5499
Accounting,	Business	Law,	and	Finance	Department	                   Rasoul	Rezvanian	-	A-178	                                                     442-6163
Accounts	Receivable	                                                Bursar	Services	                                                              442-5170
Admission	to	the	University	                                        Office	of	Enrollment	Services	                                                442-4050
Pre-Admission	Counseling	                                           Office	of	Enrollment	Services	                                                442-4000
Adult	&	Women	Student	Programs	                                     Sheena	Glover	-	D-017	                                                        442-4870
Affirmative	Action/Institutional	Outreach	Initiatives	              Jeffrey	Brown	-	C-219	                                                        442-5417
African	&	African	American	Studies	                                 BarBara	Scott	-	CLS-2098	                                                     442-4536
Anthropology	                                                       John	Hageman	-	SCI-136	                                                       442-5863
Art	                                                                Mark	McKernin	-	FA-105-C	                                                     442-4943
Beck's	Bookstore	                                                   Mike	Small	-	Bookstore	                                             588-2770,	442-4990
Bilingual/Bicultural	Education	                                     Clyde	McLeod	-	CLS-3010	                                                      442-5394
Biology	                                                            Tina	Pennekamp	-	S-358-G	                                                     442-5740
Campus	Recreation	                                                  Matt	Specht	-	PE-1100	                                                        442-4235
Career	Counseling	                                                  Counseling	Office	-	D-024	                                                    442-4650
Career	Services	                                                    Lorn	Coleman	-	B-119	                                                         442-4680
Jacob	H.	Carruthers	Center	for	Inner	City	Studies	                  Office	of	Admissions,	Records,	Recruitment	and	Retention	-	700	E.	Oakwood	 268-7500
Cashier’s	Office	                                                   Bursar	Services	                                                              442-4700
Chemistry	                                                          Kate	Ekman	-	S-221E	&	Kristin	Klopack	-	S-217E	                         442-5670,	6050
Chicago	Teachers'	Center	                                           770	N.	Halsted	                                                           312-733-7330
Child	Care	Center	                                                  South	End	of	Campus	                                                          442-4540
Clinical	Experience	&	Student	Teaching	                             CLS-4023	                                                  442-5350,	442-6027	(hotline)
College	of	Arts	&	Sciences	                                         Office	of	the	Dean,	College	of	Arts	&	Sciences	-	S-158	                       442-5700
College	of	Business	and	Management	                                 Office	of	the	Dean,	College	of	Business	and	Management	-	A-184	               442-6100
	                                                                   Office	of	Program	Advisement	-	A-159	                                         442-6111
	                                                                   Graduate	Studies	in	Business	-	A-178	                                         442-6107
College	of	Education	                                               Office	of	the	Dean,	College	of	Education	-	CLS-4044	                          442-5500
Communication,	Media	and	Theatre	                                   Karol	Bayley	-	FA-240	                                                        442-5950
Computer	Science	                                                   Sue	Snyder	-	CLS-3057	                                                        442-4720
Counselor	Education	                                                Nan	Giblin	-	CLS-4074	                                                        442-5552
Dance	Program	                                                      Rachel	Burton-FA-141	                                                         442-5941	
Dean	of	Students	                                                   Office	of	the	Dean	-	B-119	                                                   442-4610
Distance	Education	Sites	                                           See	Page	33
Early	Childhood	Education	                                          Clyde	McLeod	-	CLS-3010	                                                      442-5394
Earth	Science	                                                      Kate	Ekman	-	S-221E	&	Kristin	Klopack	-	S-217E	                         442-5670,	6050
Economics	                                                          Edward	Stuart	&	Christina	Ciecierski	-	S-346-B	                               442-5690
Educational	Foundations	                                            Ken	Addison	-	CLS-4007	                                                       442-5519
Educational	Leadership	Program	                                     John	Sullivan	-	CLS-4009	                                                     442-5528
Educational	Leadership	&	Development	                               Steve	Dundis	-	CLS-4011	                                                      442-5540
El	Centro	                                                          3119	N.	Pulaski	(1	block	south	of	Belmont	Ave.)	                              442-4080
Elementary	Education	                                               Simin	Rasmussen	-	CLS-3036	                                                   442-5391
English	Competency	Exams	(ECE)	                                     Assessment	&	Testing	Center	-	D-130	                                          442-5293
English	                                                            Elias	Toynton	-	CLS-2011	                                                     442-5810
English	Language	Program	                                           Jeanine	Ntihirageza	-	CLS-2049	                                               442-5873
Ensemble	Español	                                                   Libby	Komaiko	-		J-Bldg	                                                      442-5930
Exercise	Science	Graduate	Program	                                  Michelle	Thall	-	PE-1144	                                                     442-4818
Financial	Aid	                                                      Financial	Aid	Office	-	D200	                                                  442-5000
First-Year	Experience	                                              Barbara	Sherry	-	CLS-3029	                                                    442-4297
Foreign	Languages	&	Literatures	                                    Paul	Schroeder-Rodriguez	-	CLS-2040	                                          442-4740
Foreign	Languages	Laboratory	                                       Thomas	E.	Griffin	-	LIB-451	                                                  442-4752
Geography	&	Environmental	Studies	                                  Erick	Howenstine	-	S-346-A	                                                   442-5640
Gerontology	                                                        Lisa	Hollis-Sawyer	-	S-307E	                                                  442-5846
Gifted	Education	Program	                                           CLS-4059	                                                                     442-5580
Grade	Reporting	Services	for	Students	                              Office	of	Enrollment	Services	                                          www.neiu.edu
Graduate	College	                                                   Office	of	the	Dean,	Graduate	College	-	B-159	                       442-6005,	442-6000
Health,	Physical	Education,	Recreation	&	Athletics	Dept.	           Marianne	Morrissey	-	PE-1131	                                                 442-4159
Health	&	Wellness	Undergraduate	Program	                            Murray	Ardies	-	PE-2117	                                                      442-4801
Health	Service	                                                     Jessica	Lettow	-	E-051	                                                       442-5800
History	                                                            Patrick	Miller	-	CLS-4085	                                                    442-5606
Honors	Program	                                                     Edmund	Hansen	-	B-141	                                                        442-6045
Human	Resource	Development,	Graduate	Program	                       Suzanne	Benson	-	CLS-3016	                                                    442-5532
Human	Resource	Development,	Undergraduate	Program	                  Daniela	Truty	-	CLS-3019	                                                     442-4554
Inner	City	Studies	Education	Dept.	                                 700	E.	Oakwood	-	Rosetta	Cash	                                          268-7500	x145
International	Programs/Study	Abroad	Programs	                       Office	of	International	Programs	-	B-153	                                     442-4796
International	Students	                                             Office	of	International	Programs	-	B-153	                                     442-4796
Justice	Studies	                                                    Justice	Studies	Office	-	CLS-4062	                                            442-4790
Latino	and	Latin	American	Studies	                                  Victor	Ortiz	-	CLS-2083	                                                      442-4793
Learning	Center	(General	Education	Tutoring)	                       Library	4th	Floor,	Room	454	                                                  442-4568
Library	                                                            Administration	Office	-	1st	Floor	                                            442-4470
	                                                                   Circulation	Office	-	1st	Floor	                                               442-4400
Linguistics	                                                        Judy	Kaplan-Weinger	-	CLS-3070	                                               442-5871
Management	and	Marketing	                                           Hamid	Akbari	-	A-178	                                                         442-6120
Master	of	Arts	in	Math	for	Elementary	Teachers	                     Philip	Gwanyama	-	S-218-B	                                                    442-5781

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Specific Information                                       Address Inquiries to:
Master	of	Arts	in	Teaching:	Language	Arts	-	ELED	          Eileen	Kaiser	-	CLS-3089	                                                                        442-4574
Master	of	Arts	in	Teaching:	Bilingual	Education	           Joaquin		Villegas	-	CLS-3024	                                                                    442-5381
Master	of	Science	Applied	Math	                            Lidia	Filus	-	S212B	                                                                             442-5784
Master	of	Science	in	Instruction:	Language	Arts	-	ELED	    Eileen	Kaiser	-	CLS-3089	                                                                        442-4574
Master	of	Science	in	Instruction:	Bilingual	Education	     Joaquin		Villegas	-	CLS-3024	                                                                    442-5381
Master	of	Science	in	Math	for	Secondary	Education	         Tanya	Cofer	-	S225C	                                                                             442-5758
Mathematics	Department	                                    Mathematics	Department	-	S-214-C	                                                         442-5760	or	5776
Math	and	Science	Concepts	Minor	                           Heather	Patay-C-522	                                                                             442-5571
Math	Lab	                                                  Library	4th	Floor,	Room	454	                                                                     442-5769
Math	Majors	                                               Nancy	Wrinkle	-	S225D	                                                                           442-5754
Math	Minors	                                               Marina	Polyashuk	-	S212D	                                                                        442-5774
Mathematics	Development	Program	                           Thomas	Blackburn	-	S-204-E	                                                                      442-5767
McNair	Scholars	Program	                                   Kim	Sanborn	-	B-141	                                                                             442-4253
Middle	School	Education	                                   Sharon	McNeely	-	CLS-4051	                                                                       442-5518
Middle	School	Program	(MLED)	                              Heather	Patay-C-522	                                                                             442-5571
MSTQE	                                                     Heather	Patay	-	C-522	                                                                           442-5571
Music	                                                     R.	Shayne	Cofer	-	FA-129	                                                                        442-5900
National	Student	Exchange	                                 Flora	M.	Llacuna	-	B-119	                                                                        442-4616
NEIU	I.D.	Cards	                                           Information	Center	-	Village	Square	                                                             442-4290
Nontraditional	Degree	Programs		                           Bachelor	of	Arts	in	Interdisciplinary	Studies,	Janet	Sandoval	-	B-147	                           442-6038
	                                                          University	Without	Walls,	Janine	Liska	-	B-147	                                                  442-6031
Off	Campus/Extension	Sites	                                See	Page	34
Parking	Division	                                          Parking	Facility	-	NE	Side,	1st	Floor	                                                            442-4117
Philosophy	                                                Dan	Milsky	-	CLS-3084	                                                                            442-5798
Physical	Education	Undergraduate	Program	                  Marianne	Morrissey	-	PE-1131	                                                                     442-4159
Physics	                                                   Kate	Ekman	-	S-221E	&	Kristin	Klopack	-	S-217E	                                              442-5670,	6050
Placement	Testing	                                         Assessment	&	Testing	Center	-	D-130	                                                              442-5293
Political	Science	                                         Uma	Patel	-	CLS-2078	                                                                             442-5660
Pre-Health	and	Pre-Law	Advising	                           David	Nissim-Sabat	-	S-217A	                                                                      442-5706
Project	Success/	Proyecto	Pa'Lante	                        Teresita	Diaz	-	CLS-4029	                                                                    442-4980/5460
Psychological	Counseling	                                  Counseling	Office/D-024	                                                                          442-4650
Psychology/Gerontology	                                    Saba	Ayman-Nolley	-	S-313-E	                                                                      442-5844
Reading	                                                   Anne	Feuerstein	-	CLS-2062	                                                                       442-5361
Reading	Center	                                            Joyce	Jennings	-	CLS-2103	                                                                        442-5365
Reading	Development	Program	&	Lab	                         Linda	Chenault	-	Library	4th	Floor,	Room	452	                                                     442-4565
Records	Office	                                            Office	of	Enrollment	Services		                                                                   442-4060
Registration	                                              Office	of	Enrollment	Services	                                                                    442-4040
Scholarships	&	Retention	                                  Michelle	Morrow	-	FA-200	                                                                         442-4606
Secondary	Education	                                       Mike	Bochnewych	-	CLS-3034	                                                                       442-5387
Social	Work	                                               Jade	Stanley	-	CLS-3078	                                                                          442-4764
Sociology	                                                 Susan	Stall	-	CLS-2090	                                                                           442-4770
Special	Education	(Graduate)	                              Patricia	Humphrey	-	CLS-4058	                                                                     442-5580
Special	Education	(Undergraduate)	                         Jeff	Messerer	-	CLS-4046	                                                                         442-5588
Student	Perkins	Loans	                                     Bursar	Services	                                                                                  442-5175
Student	Computing	Services	                                See	bottom	of	this	page.
Student	Employment	                                        Taushonia	White-Taylor	-	D-012	                                                                      442-5038
Student	Union	                                             Information	Center	                                                                                  442-4290
Study	Abroad	                                              Office	of	International	Programs	-	B-153	                                                            442-4796
Summer	Transition	Program	                                 Carlos	Lebron	-	D-130	                                                                               442-5435
Teacher	Certification	for	Post	Baccalaureate	              TBA	-	CLS-3033	                                                                                      442-5374
Teacher	Education	Department	                              Administrative	Office	-	CLS-3039	                                                                    442-5380
Teaching	English	as	a	Second/Foreign	Language	             Lawrence	Berlin	-	CLS-3063	                                                                          442-5872
University	Events	                                         Kyle	Burke-Dix	-	FA-158	                                                                             442-4270
University	Center	for	Academic	Support	                    Library	4th	Floor,	Room	454	                                                                         442-4953
(Learning	Center,	Math	Lab,	and	Reading	Development	Program	&	Lab)
University	Police	                                         Parking	Facility	-	NW	Side,	1st	Floor	                                                               442-4100
Veterans	Advisement	                                       William	Speller	-	C-627	                                                                             442-4654
Veterans	Information	                                      Randa	Hanna	                                                                                         442-4056
Weekend	Institute	                                         Suzanne	Benson	-	CLS-3016	                                                                           442-5532
Women’s	Studies	                                           Laurie	Fuller	-	CLS-2096	                                                                            442-4552
Workforce	Diversity	Institute	                             Stefan	Petre	-	C-514	                                                                                442-4712
Writing	Lab	                                               English	Language	Program	-	CLS-2046	                                                                 442-5480

http://neiuport.neiu.edu                     D-BUILDING OFFICES                                    STUDENT COMPUTING SERVICES - 583-4050 x4390
HOURS OF OPERATION                           AND HOURS OF OPERATION                                http://www.neiu.edu/~scs
Mon.-Fri..............6:00	A.M.-12:00	A.M.   Accounts	Receivable                                   A-Building (A-119)              Atrium (CLS-2104)
Sat.	&	Sun.. .........9:00	A.M.-9:00	P.M.    Admissions                                            Mon-Thurs ..............8am	–	10pm       Internet	only	lab	–	No	printing	
Note: Times are subject to change.           Admissions	Counseling                                 Friday ......................8am	–	5pm   capabilities.
                                             Cashier                                               Saturday ..................8am	–	5	pm    Classroom	Building’s	hours	of	
                                             Financial	Aid                                         Sunday ....................12pm	–	5pm    operation.
                                             Records                                               B-Building (B-103)                       Science Building (SCI-208)
                                             Registration                                          Mon-Thurs ..............8am	–	10pm       Mon-Thurs ..............8am	–	10pm
                                             Student	Loans                                         Friday ......................8am	–	5pm   Friday ......................8am	–	5pm
                                             Veterans	Information                                  Saturday ..................8am	–	5	pm    Closed	during	semester	breaks
                                             Office Hours                                          Sunday ....................12pm	–	5pm
                                             Mon.-Thurs.............. 8:30	A.M.-7:00	P.M.          Closed	during	semester	breaks
                                             Fri............................ 8:30	A.M.-4:30	P.M.   Information Commons (CLS-0002)
                                             Sat.,	Aug.	29 ............. 9:00	A.M.-Noon            Mon-Thurs ..............8am	–	10pm
                                             Sat.,	Sept.	5 .............. 9:00	A.M.-Noon           Friday ......................8am	–	5pm
                                             Wed.,	Nov.	25 .......... 8:30	A.M.-4:30	P.M.          Closed	during	semester	breaks
                                             Note: Times are subject to change.


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ADMISSIONS INFORMATION AND DEADLINES                                                 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY
Note:	All	students	may	also	apply	via	the	Internet	at	www.neiu.edu.	This	is	         TUITION GUARANTEE PLAN
the	quickest	application	method.	The	non-refundable	application	fee	must	            In	2003,	the	Illinois	General	Assembly	amended	the	Northeastern	
be	paid	using	the	credit	card	or	online	check	payment	option	required	               Illinois	University	Act	to	include	a	four-year	tuition	guarantee	for	new	
with	the	online	process.	A	non-refundable	application	fee	of	$25	must	be	            undergraduate	students	beginning	with	the	Fall	2004	semester.	The	purpose	
submitted	with	all	applications.	PLEASE	DO	NOT	SEND	CASH.                            of	the	Act	is	to	assist	students	and	their	families,	at	the	beginning	of	the	
                                                                                     college	experience,	to	be	aware	of	what	the	costs	of	college	tuition	will	
FORMER STUDENTS                                                                      be	for	the	next	four	years.	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	applies	to	all	newly	
                                                                                     enrolled	undergraduate	students,	including	transfers,	and	guarantees	the	
Students	who	have	previously	registered	at	Northeastern	Illinois	University	
                                                                                     same	tuition	rate	for	four	continuous	academic	years.	The	Tuition	Guarantee	
are	eligible	to	register	if	they	meet	requirements	outlined	below.
                                                                                     Plan	applies	only	to	tuition.	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	does	not	apply	to	
Students	who	have	been	dropped	for	poor	scholarship	from	Northeastern	               fees.
must	be	readmitted	to	the	university	by	the	Committee	on	Academic	
Standards.	Students	must	submit	a	written	letter	of	petition,	the	university	        TUITION GUARANTEE PLAN CLASSIFICATION
application	and	a	$25.00	non-refundable	application	fee	to	the	Registrar.	All	
documents	must	be	received	by	November	15,	2009.		                                   For	each	student,	the	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	begins	with	the	first	term	
                                                                                     of	enrollment.	Under	the	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan,	the	tuition	rate	for	new	
                                                                                     undergraduate	students	first	enrolling	at	NEIU	in	the	Fall	2004,	or	thereafter,	
NEw STUDENTS                                                                         will	be	held	constant	for	four	continuous	academic	years.
Students	who	have	never	enrolled	at	Northeastern	Illinois	University	are	
                                                                                     New Students	-	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	applies	to	all	newly	enrolled	
classified	as	new	students.		All	new	students	must	complete	a	university	
                                                                                     undergraduate	students	(freshman,	transfers,	and	students-at-large)	seeking	
application	and	be	admitted	prior	to	registration.	The	university	application,	
                                                                                     their	first	bachelor’s	degree	beginning	with	the	Fall	semester	2004,	or	
non-refundable	fee	and	supporting	documents	must	be	submitted	in	
                                                                                     thereafter,	and	will	be	effective	for	four	continuous	academic	years.	Newly	
accordance	with	application	deadlines.
                                                                                     enrolled	is	defined	as	undergraduate	students	seeking	their	first	bachelor’s	
                                                                                     degree	and	registered	for	at	least	one	class	on	or	after	the	first	day	of	the	
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS                                                               term,	whether	or	not	they	confirm	their	registration	by	payment	or	by	
Former	undergraduates	in	good	academic	standing	pursuing	a	bachelor’s	               applying	financial	aid.	The	four-year	tuition	guarantee	expires	at	the	end	
degree	are	eligible	to	register	if	they	have	enrolled	during	the	Fall	2008,	         of	the	term	(Fall,	Spring,	or	Summer)	immediately	preceding	the	four-year	
Spring	2009	or	Summer	2009	semester.	Students	who	have	not	attended	                 anniversary	of	the	student’s	initial	enrollment.	(For	example,	students	who	
during	any	of	the	above	semesters	must	reapply	for	admission.                        enter	the	Fall	2009	semester	will	be	guaranteed	their	tuition	through	the	
                                                                                     Summer	2013	term).
New	students	wishing	to	pursue	a	bachelor’s	degree	must	apply	by	the	
application	deadlines.                                                               Readmitted Students	-	Students	who	withdraw	for	any	reason,	other	
                                                                                     than	being	called	up	for	active	military	service,	and	re-enroll	will	retain	the	
An	application	and	all	supporting	documents	must	be	submitted	by	the	                guarantee	rate	they	had	when	they	withdrew	from	the	university.	The	tuition	
published	admission	deadlines.		A	non-refundable	application	fee	of	$25	             guarantee	will	not	be	extended	as	a	result	of	withdrawal.
must	be	submitted	with	your	application.
                                                                                     Full-time or Part-time -	The	determination	of	eligibility	for	the	Tuition	
STUDENTS-AT-LARGE wITHOUT DEGREE                                                     Guarantee	Plan	is	not	affected	by	full-time	or	part-time	enrollment	status;	all	
                                                                                     new	undergraduates	are	included.
Former	students	who	have	previously	enrolled	at	Northeastern	Illinois	
University	as	students-at-large	without	degree	are	eligible	to	register.	If	you	     Students Changing Majors	-	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	expiration	date	
have	attended	as	a	student-at-large	and	want	to	remain	in	this	status,	you	do	       will	not	change	for	students	changing	their	major.
not	need	to	reapply.                                                                 Students Whose Guarantee Expires	-	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	will	
New	students	wishing	to	apply	as	students-at-large	without	degree	must	              expire	after	four	continuous	years	following	initial	enrollment,	or	upon	
apply	by	the	application	deadlines.                                                  completion	of	a	bachelor’s	degree,	whichever	comes	first.

Students-at-large are not eligible to receive financial aid.                         Questions concerning this policy can be directed to the Office of
                                                                                     Enrollment Services or Bursar’s Office.
Students who have graduated from Northeastern Illinois University
are considered graduate Students-at-Large and do not need to apply
as a graduate Student-at-Large.

STUDENTS-AT-LARGE wITH DEGREE
Students	who	have	previously	enrolled	at	Northeastern	Illinois	University	as	
students-at-large	with	degree	are	eligible	to	register.	If	you	have	attended	as	a	
student-at-large	and	want	to	remain	in	this	status,	you	do	not	need	to	reapply.
New	students	wishing	to	apply	as	students-at-large	with	degree	must	apply	
by	the	application	deadlines.
Students-at-large are not eligible to receive financial aid.

APPLICATION AND CREDENTIALS DEADLINES
Undergraduates:		                Fall	Semester	              July	1
	                                Spring	Semester	            November	1
	                                Summer	I	Term	              April	1
	                                Summer	II	Term	             May	1
International	                   Fall	Semester	              June	1
Undergraduates:	                 Spring	Semester	            October	1
	                                Summer	I	Term	              March	1
	                                Summer	II	Term	             April	1
Students-at-Large		              Fall	Semester	              July	15
With	or	without	Degree:	         Spring	Semester	            November	15
	                                Summer	I	Term	              May	15
	                                Summer	II	Term	             June	15	




                                                                                                                                                                      9
You're Admitted… What's Next?                 Northeastern
                                               IllINoIs UNIversIty
                                you’re Admitted...What’s Next?
                                1. Read all of the information carefully.           4. Assessment & Testing and why you
                                	 Like	any	communication	from	the	                     need them.
                                   University,	the	information	contained	in	        	 Assessment	&	Testing	is	important	in	
                                   this	packet	is	important	and	should	be	             making	sure	that	you	are	successful	as	a	
                                   read	carefully.	There	may	be	information	           student.		The	Office	of	Assessment	&	Testing	
                                   that	requires	you	to	make	contact	with	a	           offers	placement	exams	to	determine	
                                   University	representative	or	date	sensitive	        the	appropriate	level	of	English	and	
                                   information.                                        Mathematics	that	are	right	for	you.	
                                                                                       You	may	contact	Assessment	&	Testing	at	
                                2. Northeastern is affordable, but there               773-442-5293.
                                   may be other options to help fund your
                                   education.                                       5. Register for classes.
                                	 Financial	Aid	and	Scholarships	are	options	       	 Once	you	have	met	with	your	Academic	
                                   that	you	should	pursue	to	help	subsidize	           Advisor	and	completed	your	Assessment	
                                   your	education.	The	most	important	action	          exams,	you	should	have	an	idea	into	which	
                                   is	to	fill	out	the	Free	Application	for	            classes	you	should	enroll.
                                   Federal	Student	Aid	(FAFSA)	available	at	
                                   www.fafsa.ed.gov.	                               	   Students	will	access	the	registration	system	
                                                                                        online	via	Northeastern	Illinois	University's	
                                	   For	those	who	are	not	eligible	for	financial	       portal,	NEIUport.	Information	regarding	
                                    aid,	please	research	scholarship	and	loan	          your	NetID	and	establishing	a	NEIUport	
                                    options	available	to	students.	For	more	            account	and	information	regarding	the	
                                    information,	visit	the	web	at	www.neiu.edu.	        registration	process	will	be	sent	in	a	
                                    Click	the	Prospective	Students	tab,	and	then	       separate	mailing.
                                    the	link	Financial	Aid	&	Scholarships.
                                                                                    6. Confirm your classes.
                                3. Contact an Academic Advisor.
                                                                                    	 Confirming	your	classes	requires	making	an	
                                	 Meeting	with	an	Academic	Advisor	is	                 initial	payment	on	the	courses	for	which	
                                   probably	the	most	important	part	of	your	           you’ve	registered.	You	must	confirm	your	
                                   academic	career.	Advisors	help	ensure	that	         registration	with	the	Cashier’s	Office	by	
                                   you	take	the	right	courses	to	fulfill	your	         the	payment	due	date	for	each	registration	
                                   educational	goals.                                  period	(listed	in	the	schedule	of	classes).	
                                	 Freshmen	students	must	meet	with	their	           	 Confirmation	must	occur	whether	
                                   Academic	Advisor	before	registering	for	            students	are	receiving	financial	aid,	have	a	
                                   classes.	Transfer	students	who	have	already	        scholarship,	or	are	paying	with	a	credit	card,	
                                   decided	on	a	major	may	meet	with	an	                check,	or	cash.	
                                   advisor	in	the	major	area	of	study.
                                                                                    	 For	more	information	about	any	of	these	
                                	 The	Advising	Center	is	located	in	Building	D,	       steps,	please	consult	the	Schedule	of	Classes	
                                   room	D-130.	You	may	also	call	773-442-5470.         or	the	University	website	at	www.neiu.edu.
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                       Schedule Information
NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY                                                       COURSE IDENTIFICATION CODES
5500 N. ST LOUIS AVENUE                                                                Each	course	is	designated	by	a	three	or	four	digit	number	identifying	the	
                                                                                       individual	course,	a	two	to	three	digit	number	indicating	the	specific	section	
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60625-4699                                                           of	that	course,	and	ending	at	the	far	right	of	each	course	a	five	digit	course	
(773) 583-4050                                                                         reference	number	(CRN).	The	three	or	four	digit	number	that	identifies	the	
TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICE FOR THE DEAF:                                                 course	indicates	the	level	of	complexity.	Courses	which	count	toward	the	
(773) 442-4999 (InCoMIng CALLS onLy)                                                   general	education	requirements	are	identified	by:	(FA)	for	Fine	Arts,	(HU)	for	
                                                                                       Humanities,	(SB)	for	Social/Behavioral	Sciences,	(NS)	for	Natural	Sciences,	
This	schedule	of	classes	lists	all	courses	available	at	the	time	of	printing.	         (NSL)	for	Natural	Sciences	Lab,	and	(MA)	for	Mathematics/Quantitative	
It	includes	undergraduate,	graduate,	and	extension	(off-campus)	courses.	              Reasoning.
The	schedule	is	divided	into	the	College	of	Arts	and	Sciences,	College	
of	Business	and	Management,	Academic	Development,	the	College	of	                      It	is	the	responsibility	of	each	student	to	enter	the	proper	course	reference	
Education,	and	Student	Affairs.	All	departments	listed	are	in	alphabetical	            number	when	registering.	The	course	reference	number	is	the	key	identifier	
order.	Classes	may	be	added,	cancelled,	or	changed	in	this	listing.	Such	              for	all	registration	activities.	If	you	enter	the	wrong	course	reference	number,	
additions,	deletions,	or	changes	will	be	posted	as	they	occur.	The	university	         your	registration	for	that	course	may	be	voided	by	the	computer	or	you	may	
reserves	the	right	to	limit	class	enrollment	and	cancel	classes	because	of	            be	registered	for	the	wrong	course.
insufficient	enrollment,	budget	limitations,	lack	of	an	appropriate	instructor,	
or	other	unforeseen	circumstances.	Students	are	responsible	for	reviewing	
                                                                                       LEVEL CODES
this	information	to	insure	correct	and	valid	registration.                             A	general	guideline	to	the	course	numbering	system	is:
                                                                                       	090	 -	 level	courses	are	developmental;	credit	does	not	apply	towards	
EXPLANATION OF CODED ITEMS IN THE CLASS SCHEDULE                                                  graduation.
                                                                                       	100	 -	 level	courses	are	usually	taken	during	the	freshman	year.
ABBREVIATIONS                                                                          	200	 -	 level	courses	are	usually	taken	by	sophomores.
	 M	 =	 Monday                                                                         	 	 	 100	and	200	level	courses	are	lower	division.
	 T	 =	 Tuesday                                                                        	300		 -		 level	courses	are	upper	division	courses	which	are	for	advanced	
	 W	 =	 Wednesday                                                                                 undergraduates,	and	under	some	conditions,	graduate	students.	
	 R	 =	 Thursday                                                                       	400	 -	 level	courses	are	for	graduate	students	ONLY.	Undergraduate	
	 F	 =	 Friday                                                                                    students	graduating	in	May	or	August	2009,	who	wish	to	enroll	in	a	
	   S	 =	 Saturday                                                                                400-level	course	must	contact	the	Graduate	College.
	 U	 =	 Sunday                                                                         	500		 -	 level	courses	are	for	graduate	students	only.
	 TBA	 =	 To	be	announced

BUILDING LOCATIONS
                                                                                                  STUDENTS SHOULD REFER TO THE ACADEMIC CATALOG FOR
	 A	 =	 A	(north)	Wing	(along	Bryn	Mawr)	Building	A                                             DESCRIPTION OF COURSES, PREREQUISITES AND RESTRICTIONS
	 AF	 =	 Athletic	Field	(south	of	the	Physical	Education	Complex)
	 B	 =	 B	(south)	Wing	-	Building	B
	 C	 =	 Jerome	M.	Sachs	Administration	Building	-	Building	C                                        The	Academic	Catalog	as	well	as	the	Schedule	of	Classes	
	 CIS	 =	 Jacob	H.	Carruthers	Center		for	Inner	City	Studies	                                                may	be	accessed	at	www.neiu.edu.
	    	 	 700	E.	Oakwood	(700	East	&	3940	South)
	 CLS	 =	 Classroom	Building	(on	Bryn	Mawr	at	Central	Park)
	 CTC	 =	 Chicago	Teachers	Center,	River	North	Plaza,	770	North	Halsted
	 E	 =	 Between	west	parking	lot	and	Auditorium	Building
	 EC	 =	 El	Centro,	3119	N.	Pulaski	Road
	 F	 =	 Building	F	-	Between	west	parking	lot	and	classroom	building	
	 FA	 =	 Fine	Arts	Center
	   J	 =	 Building	J
	 LIB	 =	 Ronald	Williams	Library
	 OFF	 =	 Extensions	(off-campus	courses)
	 PE	 =	 Physical	Education	Complex	(south	end	of	campus)
	 SCI	 =	 Science	Building	(east	side	of	campus	at	Catalpa)
	 TC	 =	 Tennis	Courts	(east	of	Physical	Education	Bldg.)


                                                       HOw TO READ THE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES.
                                                                –– Earth Science (ESCI) ––                            Subject	abbreviation	and
         Course	number,	course	title,                                                                                 department	name	information
         and	course	credit	hours
                                                    121 NS EARTH SCIENCE: GENERAL SURVEY                3.0
                                                      01 8:00a-8:50a MWF SCI S101 Doe, J             13705       Course	Reference	Number	
             Identifies	a	General	                       10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI S101
             Education	course                                                                                    (CRN)—	It	is	the	key	identifier	
                                                         Special Fees: $10.00                                    for	all	courses.	It	must	be	entered	
                                                      02 8:00a-8:50a TRF SCI S101 Doe, J             21705       correctly	online	via	NEIUport
             Individual	section                          10:00a-10:50a WF SCI S101
             information	for	course                      Special Fees: $10.00
             listed                                   17 5:40-9:00p      M    EL CENTRO Doe, J       18305            Comments:	Some	course	sections
                                                         Comment: AUTHORIZATION AT EL CENTRO ONLY                     have	comments	listing	specific
       Fee:	A	fee	is	assessed	for                                                                                     information	pertinent	to	the	section
       the	particular	section	indicated.              18 5:40-9:00p      T    EL CENTRO Doe, J       18625
       The	fee	is	assessed	in	addition                   Comment: AUTHORIZATION AT EL CENTRO ONLY
                                                                                                                     Building	Location
       to	tuition	and	fees
                                                   329        SOIL SCIENCE                             3.0
      Prerequisite:	A	course	that                    01 9:25a-10:40a TR          SCI S202 Simpson,T 10747
      must	be	taken	prior	to	the                         10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI S101
      course	indicated.	Prerequisites	                   Special Fees: $10.00                                 Instructor
      will	be	enforced.                                  Prereq: ESCI 121; ESCI 211
                                             Meeting	Time                            Room	Location
                                                                                  Meeting	Day



                                                                                                                                                                    11
Confirmation/Refund/Financial Aid                                                                                   Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


CONFIRMATION PROCESS:                                                               and	academic	progress	status	on	NEIUport.		For	more	information	about	
To	guarantee	the	registration	of	classes,	all	students	must	confirm	their	          NEIUport,	see	page	19.
registration	by	the	initial	payment	due	date	whether	or	not	a	bill	is	received.	    Financial	aid	awards	will	be	processed	in	the	date	priority	order	that	the	
Failure	to	confirm	by	the	due	date	will	result	in	cancellation	of	registration.	    student’s	FAFSA	results	are	received	at	NEIU,	and	as	funds	are	available.		
Students	confirming	their	registration	are	responsible	for	the	full	tuition	cost	   Students	whose	FAFSA	results	are	received	at	NEIU	after	April	30,	2009	
unless	they	officially	withdraw	by	the	established	drop	dates.	All students         should	be	prepared	to	make	an	initial	down	payment	on	their	Fall	2009	
must confirm their registration. The	following	are	confirmation	                    fee	bill	using	their	own	resources.		If	the	student	is	later	determined	to	be	
methods:                                                                            eligible	for	financial	aid	funds,	a	refund	will	be	issued	for	eligible	payments	
•	 Pay	the	entire	cost	of	the	registered	classes,	or	pay	the	minimum,	which	        made.
    is	the	initial	payment	amount	and	a	$10	deferred	payment	fee	via	http://        Once	eligibility	has	been	determined,	Financial	Aid	awards	will	be	applied	
    neiuport.neiu.edu,	by	mail,	drop	box	or	in	person.	See	Schedule	of	Tuition	     towards	the	student’s	tuition	&	fees	due.		Tuition	based	scholarships	(IL	
    and	Fee	Payments	Table	for	the	initial	payment	amount.                          Veterans	Grant,	IL	National	Guard,	Cooperating	Teachers,	Civil	Service	
• 	 Students	with	authorized	financial	aid	sufficient	to	pay	the	initial	payment	   Employees)	must	be	processed	first	at	the	Financial	Aid	Office	prior	to	the	
    amount	will	be	confirmed	automatically.                                         Payment	Due	Date.
• 	 Students	receiving	financial	aid	(not	authorized)	must	obtain	a	waiver	         New Automatic Confirmation Procedure For Financial Aid Recipients
    from	the	Office	of	Financial	Aid	and	present	it	to	the	Cashier's	Office.        Students	who	have	enough	Financial	Aid	funds	(including	Student	Loans)	
                                                                                    appearing	on	their	Account	Detail	for	Term	online	in	NEIUport	to	cover	the	
PETITION FOR REINSTATEMENT:                                                         minimum	deposit,	will	automatically	be	confirmed	prior	to	the	Payment	Due	
Those	students	whose	class(es)	were	dropped	because	they	did	not	confirm	           Date.		 If no Financial Aid funds appear, or are not sufficient to cover
their	Change	of	Registration,	may	submit	a	petition	to	be	reinstated	to	the	        the minimum payment due, a minimum payment will be required
class(es)	within	the	first	nine	days	of	classes	after	the	payment	confirmation	     by the Payment Due Date to confirm classes.		Check	page	15	for	due	
date.	Students	who	had	courses	dropped	because	they	did	not	confirm	                dates	and	minimum	amounts	required.	ONCE CONFIRMED, STUDENTS
their	Advance	or	Late	Registration	and	did	not	re-register	during	Change	           MUST DROP COURSES VIA http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
of	Registration	are	not	eligible	to	petition	for	reinstatement.	Students	
may	petition	once	during	their	attendance	at	Northeastern.	Students	who	            New Drop Deadlines and Financial Aid Eligibility
petition	more	than	once	will	be	denied,	unless	university	error	or	extreme	         Most	Financial	Aid	Programs	will	be	based	on	your	TOTAL ENROLLED
hardship	is	involved.	Extreme	hardship	includes	the	death	or	serious	injury	        HOURS as	of	End	of	Business	Day	on	September 14, 2009.
of	a	parent,	spouse,	or	child,	or	serious	illness	of	the	student,	making	it	        Most	Financial	Aid	Programs	WILL NOT PAY	for	classes	dropped	during	the	
impossible	to	meet	the	payment	deadline.	Petitions	may	be	obtained	at	the	          90%	refund	period	August	28,	2009	through	September	14,	2009.		Students
Enrollment	Services	Center.	The	student	will	need	to	pay	the	$25	petition	          will be responsible for the 10% cost of classes dropped during
fee	and	the	initial	payment	amount	upon	submission	of	the	petition.	Note,           this period. 	Students	with	IL	Veterans	Grant	and	IL	National	Guard	will	
students will be reinstated to all courses from which they were                     have	this	10%	covered;	however,	this	will	impact	Eligibility	Units	available	
dropped.	The	deadline	for	students	to	petition	for	reinstatement	and	               for	future	payments.		See	page	14	for	more	information	about	Add/Drop	
not	have	to	pay	for	the		courses	they	are	not	attending	is	August	27,	2009.		       deadlines.
Students	not	attending	a	class	will	be	dropped	and	assessed	10%	through	
September	14	or	withdrawn	beginning	September	15	and	financially	                   Once	tuition	&	fees	have	been	paid,	students	may	use	excess	funds	toward	
obligated	for	a	portion	of	the	withdrawn	course.		No	petitions	will	be	             books	at	Beck’s	Bookstore	during	the	first	week	of	classes.		Check	the	
accepted	after	September	25,	2009	for	students	who	registered	during	               Financial	Aid	website	www.neiu.edu/FinAid.htm	for	dates,	times	&	locations.		
Change	of	Registration.		                                                           Any	excess	financial	aid	funds	remaining	will	be	issued	as	a	disbursement	
                                                                                    check	to	the	student--see	Refund Checks	(below).
RETURN CHECk POLICY:                                                                For	additional	information,	check	the	NEIU	website:	www.neiu.edu/FinAid.
A	$15	fee	will	be	assessed	for	each	returned	check	received	by	the	university.	     htm	or	email	us	at	Financial-Aid@neiu.edu
After	two	occurrences,	the	student	will	be	precluded	from	making	a	payment	
by	check	for	the	next	two	years	(three	years	after	the	third	occurrence).	The	      REFUND CHECkS
student	has	a	right	to	appeal	the	length	of	time	with	the	Bursar.	Students	         All	refund	checks	must	be	picked	up	in person	and	require	2	forms	of	
who	confirm	their	classes	with	a	check	that	is	returned	for	insufficient	           identification:
funds	will	also	be	liable	for	all	tuition/fee	charges	and	will	receive	grades	
unless	they	drop	their	courses	by	the	appropriate	refund	or	drop/                   A	NEIU	Student	ID	(mandatory)
withdrawal	dates.                                                                   Any	other	photo	ID
                                                                                    Refunds	will	be	processed	beginning	September	30	at	1:00	p.m.
OUTSTANDING TUITION AND EMERGENCY LOAN BALANCES:
In	order	for	the	university	to	continue	to	provide	an	affordable	education,	it	     Any	refund	checks	not	picked	up	in	person	will	be	mailed	after	the	last	day	
is	important	for	the	student	to	meet	his/her	financial	commitment.	However,	        to	drop	classes.	All	checks	will	be	mailed	regardless	of	the	amount	or	type	
students	who	have	not	met	their	financial	obligation	are	subject	to	the	            of	the	check.	You	must	notify	the	Office	of	Enrollment	Services	in	writing	if	
following:                                                                          there	are	any	changes	in	your	address.
1.	 The	student	may	not	be	allowed	to	register	for	classes.                         If	you	have	any	questions,	please	contact	the	Student	Loan	Department,	
2.	 Transcripts	and	diplomas	will	not	be	released.                                  (773)	442-5175.
3.	 The	student's	account	will	be	charged	a	$50.00	non-refundable	
    outstanding	balance	fee.                                                        COMPLETE wITHDRAwALS/RETURN OF TITLE IV FUNDS POLICY
4.	 The	student’s	account	will	be	assigned	to	private	collection	agencies.          FOR FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS
5.	 The	student’s	account	will	be	reported	to	the	State	of	Illinois	Comptroller.    Students	who	completely	withdraw*	from	all	classes	through	the	60	percent	
                                                                                    point	of	the	term	must	repay	a	portion	of	financial	aid	funds	received.		The	
                                                                                    amount	you	repay	will	be	based	on	the	amount	of	time	you	attended	classes.		
FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION - FALL 2009                                               In	most	cases,	you	are	entitled	to	keep	the	percent	of	aid	that	equals	the	
Room	D200;	Phone:	773-442-5000;	Web:	www.neiu.edu/FinAid.htm;	                      amount	of	time	you	attended	the	term.		For	example,	if	you	completely	
Email	Financial-Aid@neiu.edu                                                        withdraw	from	classses	at	the	30%	point	of	the	term,	you	can	keep	30%	
Information	and	applications	for	grants,	scholarships,	loan	and	work	               of	your	financial	aid	and	would	need	to	repay	up	to	70%	of	the	aid	you	
programs	are	available	on	NEIUport and in	the	Financial	Aid	Office,	D200.		To	      received.
be	eligible	for	most	Financial	Aid	awards,	students	must	be	enrolled	at	least	      NEIU	will	return	these	funds	to	the	U.S.	Department	of	Education	(for	Pell	
half-time	(minimum	6	credit	hours	for	both	undergraduate	and	graduate	              Grants,	SEOG	Grants,	ACG	Grants,	Smart	Grants,	TEACH	or	Perkins	Loans)	
students)	and	must	be	admitted	into	a	degree-seeking	program.                       or	to	your	lender	(for	Federal	Stafford	Loans)	and	will	charge	your	student	
To	apply	for	Financial	Aid	for	Fall	2009,	students	must	complete	the	2009-          account.		Students	must	make	arrangements	to	repay	any	amounts	owed	
10	Free	Application	for	Federal	Student	Aid	(FAFSA)	at	www.fafsa.ed.gov	            before	allowed	to	enroll	again	at	NEIU	or	receive	additional	Title	IV	funds.
and	indicate	NEIU	(school	code	001693)	as	one	of	their	school	choices.		            *NEIU	considers	that	you	are	completely	withdrawn	from	classes	on	the	day	
FAFSA	results	will	then	be	sent	to	NEIU.		Additional	documentation	may	be	          you	drop	your	last	class	using	the	online	system,	via	http://neiuport.neiu.
necessary	to	verify	the	FAFSA	information	and	to	determine	the	student’s	           edu).	Students	who	do	not	attend	classes	and	do	not	officially	withdraw	will	
eligibility	for	financial	aid	programs.		Once	the	FAFSA	is	received,	students	      be	considered	as	having	attended	50%	of	the	term,	and	will	be	responsible	
can	check	requirements	necessary	to	complete	their	application	on	                  for	repaying	50%	of	all	aid	received.
NEIUport	at	http://neiuport.neiu.edu		Students	can	also	check	award	status	


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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                        Tuition and Fees
               TABLE A                                                                                                TABLE B
  MANDATORY FEES FOR ONE CREDIT HOUR                                                               TUITION AND MANDATORY FEES FOR ONE CREDIT HOUR
 Student	Union	Fee*                                 $6.75                       UNDERGRADUATE TUITION                                       PLUS MANDATORY FEES                           TOTAL
 Student	Activity	Fee                               $3.70                           Enrolled	(Fall	2009/Spring	&	Summer	2010)
                                                                                                                 Resident		$245                           $52.85                          $297.85
 Computer	Resource	Fee                             $14.50                                                   Non-Resident		$490                            $52.85                          $542.85
 Health	Service	Fee*                                $1.65                           Enrolled	(Fall	2008/Spring	&	Summer	2009)
                                                                                                                 Resident		$220                           $52.85                          $272.85
 Parking	Fee	Level	II*                             $11.45                                                   Non-Resident		$440                            $52.85                          $492.85
 Performing	Arts	Fee                                $0.70                           Enrolled	(Fall	2007/Spring	&	Summer	2008)
                                                                                                                 Resident		$195                           $52.85                          $247.85
 Campus	Recreation	Fee*                             $3.60                                                   Non-Resident		$390                            $52.85                          $442.85
 Academic	Enhancement	Fee                           $7.50                           Enrolled	(Fall	2006/Spring	&	Summer	2007)
                                                                                                                 Resident		$175                           $52.85                          $227.85
 Clean/Renewable	Energy	Fee**                       $3.00                                                   Non-Resident		$350                            $52.85                          $402.85

 Total Mandatory Fees                             $52.85                                 Continuing	(Enrolled	Prior	to	Fall	2006)
                                                                                                                 Resident		$190                           $52.85                          $242.85
                                                                                                            Non-Resident		$380                            $52.85                          $432.85
 *	Please	note	that	courses	taken	at	extension	
 sites	or	off	campus	distance	education	                                               GRADUATE TUITION                                        PLUS MANDATORY FEES                         TOTAL
 courses,	such	as	at	University	Center	of	                                                                     Resident		$245                             $52.85                          $297.85
 Lake	County,		(1200	University	Center	Dr.,	                                                               Non-Resident		$490                             $52.85                          $542.85
 Grayslake,	IL,	60030,	847-665-4004),	are	not	
 assessed	the	fees	indicated	with	an	*	in	Table	                  * Tuition Guarantee Plan - New Fall 2009 Undergraduate Students
 A.	                                                              Beginning	with	the	Fall	2009	semester,	tuition	for	newly	enrolled	undergraduate	students	seeking	their	first	bachelor’s	
                                                                  degree	is	guaranteed	for	four	consecutive	years.	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	will	help	you	and	your	family	budget	your	
 **	Please	note	that	this	fee	is	assessed	once	per	               educational	expenses.	The	Tuition	Guarantee	Plan	applies	only	to	tuition.	Fees	may	increase	during	the	four	years.	
 student	per	semester,	not	per	credit	hour.                       See	page	9	for	more	information.
                                                                  The	Health	Insurance	Fee	is	assessed	to	all	undergraduates	enrolled	in	12	or	more	credit	hours.


                                                                          Table C - TUITION AND MANDATORY FEES
                                                                                              UNDERGRADUATE
                                                      Enrolled (Fall 2009/Spring & Summer 2010)                       Continuing                                       GRADUATE
                 Credit	Hours                              Resident              Non-Resident              Resident              Non-Resident                Resident            Non-Resident
                         1                                        $297.85                  $542.85                $242.85                  $432.85                 $297.85                 $542.85
                         2                                        $592.70                $1,082.70                $482.70                  $862.70                 $592.70               $1,082.70
                         3                                        $887.55                $1,622.55                $722.55                $1,292.55                 $887.55               $1,622.55
                         4                                     $1,182.40                 $2,162.40                $962.40                $1,722.40              $1,182.40                $2,162.40
                         5                                     $1,477.25                 $2,702.25             $1,202.25                 $2,152.25              $1,477.25                $2,702.25
                         6                                     $1,772.10                 $3,242.10             $1,442.10                 $2,582.10              $1,772.10                $3,242.10
                         7                                     $2,066.95                 $3,781.95             $1,681.95                 $3,011.95              $2,066.95                $3,781.95
                         8                                     $2,361.80                 $4,321.80             $1,921.80                 $3,441.80              $2,361.80                $4,321.80
                         9                                     $2,656.65                 $4,861.65             $2,161.65                 $3,871.65              $2,656.65                $4,861.65
                        10                                     $2,951.50                 $5,401.50             $2,401.50                 $4,301.50              $2,951.50                $5,401.50
                        11                                     $3,246.35                 $5,941.35             $2,641.35                 $4,731.35              $3,246.35                $5,941.35
                    12	w/ins.                           $3,541.20 + ins.          $6,481.20 + ins.       $2,881.20 + ins.         $5,161.20 + ins.              $3,541.20                $6,481.20
                    13	w/ins.                           $3,836.05 + ins.          $7,021.05 + ins.       $3,121.05 + ins.         $5,591.05 + ins.              $3,836.05                $7,021.05
                    14	w/ins.                           $4,130.90 + ins.          $7,560.90 + ins.       $3,360.90 + ins.         $6,020.90 + ins.              $4,130.90                $7,560.90
                    15	w/ins.                           $4,425.75 + ins.          $8,100.75 + ins.       $3,600.75 + ins.         $6,450.75 + ins.              $4,425.75                $8,100.75
                   16	or	more                           $4,720.60 + ins.          $8,640.60 + ins.       $3,840.60 + ins.         $6,880.60 + ins.              $4,720.60                $8,640.60
Undergraduates	beginning	Fall	2004	through	Summer	2009	should	refer	to	‘Tuition’	on	the	NEIU	Web	Site	(www.neiu.edu)	‘Current	Students’	to	determine	their	tuition	and	
mandatory	fee	cost.
•	 Students	seeking	a	second	bachelor’s	degree	and	graduate	students-at-large	will	be	  •	 The	above	table	does	not	include	miscellaneous	fees	as	described	in	Table	C,	or,	fees	
   assessed	graduate	level	tuition.	                                                       associated	with	a	course.
•	 Undergraduate	students	who	register	for	the	semester	following	graduation	may	       •	 See	Mandatory	fees	for	a	description	of	the	fees.	
   be	assessed	undergraduate	tuition.	Tuition	will	be	recalculated	when	the	student's	  •	 Each semester parking is automatically charged on the student bill and is based on credit
   status	is	officially	updated	to	a	graduate.	This	usually	occurs	between	one	and	two	    hours enrolled. Students who do not require parking must opt out by September 15, 2009.
   months	after	the	beginning	of	the	semester.	Students	are	responsible	for	paying	any	 •	 Tuition	and	Fees	are	subject	to	change	without	notice.
   additional	charges	that	may	occur	as	a	result	of	the	change	in	status.		             •	 The health insurance fee for Fall 2009 is to be announced.

Mandatory fees are assessed at any one of the following sites: Main Campus (5500 N. St.                 as a non-resident, the change in tuition shall be applicable to the term in which the
Louis), El Centro (3119 N. Pulaski), the Jacob H. Carruthers’ Center for Inner City Studies (700        reclassification occurs. A written claim for reconsideration must be filed within thirty
E. Oakwood), the Chicago Teachers’ Center (770 N. Halsted), and University Center of Lake               calendar days from the date of assessment of tuition. For additional information refer to the
County (1200 University Center Dr., Grayslake, IL ) and other off campus extension or video             current university catalog.
conferencing sites.
                                                                                                          Residency Status for Assessment of Tuition
Residency Determination: Evidence of resident status shall be submitted at the time of
application for admission. A student may have his residency status reclassified at any time by          Adult Student (18 years or over): Must have been a bonafide resident of Illinois for a
the university on the basis of additional or changed information.                                       period of at least six consecutive months immediately preceding the beginning of any term of
If the student is classified in error as a resident student, the change in tuition shall be             registration at the university. An adult who resides with parent(s) and has established and is
applied to the next term after reclassification. If the student is classified in error                  maintaining a bonafide residency in Illinois will be regarded as a resident student.



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Tuition and Fees                                                                                                                                 Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University

         Table D
         MISCELLANEOUS FEES
     Description                                                    Cost    Description                                       Cost            Description                                        Cost
     HEALTH INSURANCE FEE:                                                  PARkING OPTIONS:                                                Complete	Withdrawal	Fee	(4) ................10.00
     Student	(3) ...................................................TBA     	     		Semester	Level	1 ................... $361.00            I.D.	Replacement	Fee ..............................10.00
     Spouse/Domestic	Partner	(2) .......................... TBA                                                                             Returned	Check	Fee	 ..............................15.00
     Per	Child	(2) ................................................TBA                                                                      Petition	for	Reinstatement	Fee	(1) ........25.00
                                                                                                                                            Child	Care	Donation	(2)............................ 2.00
     GRADUATION FEE:                                                                                                                        Student	Financial	Assistance	(2)............... 1.00
     	        Undergraduate .................................11.00                                                                          Late	Payment	Fee:
         	    Graduate ............................................ 11.00                                                                   	     Advance	Registration.....................10.00
     Transcript Fee	(6) ......................................... 10.00                                                                     Deferred	Payment	Fee ...........................10.00
     Freshman Orientation Fee (7) ....................... 55.00                                                                             Outstanding	Balance	Fee	(5) .................50.00

     (1)	 The	establishment	of	the	non-refundable	petition	fee	does	not	guarantee	the	right	to	a	petition.	
     (2)	 Optional	fees	-	It	is	at	the	discretion	of	the	student	to	make	an	election	for	the	service	or	contribution	and	may	be	added	at	the	time	of	payment,	
     (3)	 This	is	an	optional	fee	for	a	student	who	is	not	a	full	time	undergraduate	during	the	semester.	A	student	who	is	interested	in	health	insurance	coverage	and	is	not	full	time	
          undergraduate	status	may	inquire	at	the	Cashier's	Office	for	more	information.
     (4)	 The	Complete	Withdrawal	Fee	is	non-refundable.
     (5)	 The	Outstanding	Balance	Fee	is	non-refundable.
     *Certain	fees	are	subject	to	change	without	notice	and	are	not	refundable.


     HEALTH INSURANCE FEE
     All	full-time	undergraduate	students	will	automatically	be	covered	at a cost to be announced	unless	they	have	an	insurance	plan	equal	to	or	better	than	
     the	Northeastern	student	plan.	The fee may be waived	online	at	www.aetnastudenthealth.com	by	September	15,	2009.	Note, the fee is not refundable after
     September	15,	2009.
     TrAnSCrIpT FEE (6)
     Students	will	be	assessed	a	$10.00	transcript	fee	at	the	time	of	their	first	registration.	This	fee	will	allow	a	student	to	request	a	reasonable	amount	of	
     transcripts	at	no	additional	cost.
     FrESHMAn orIEnTATIon FEE (7)
     This	is	a	mandatory	one-time	fee	paid	by	freshmen	who	are	not	transferring	previously	earned	college	credit.	The	fee	supports	orientation	programs	for	
     these	students.

     CREDIT/REDUCTION OF TUITION AND FEES DEADLINE DATES
         100%	credit/reduction               90%	credit/reduction               50%	credit/reduction             25%	credit/reduction                 No	Refund
         Complete	withdrawal	or	             Complete	withdrawal	or	            Complete	withdrawal	or	          Complete	withdrawal	or	              No	credit	for	complete	withdrawal	
         reduction	of	course	load            reduction	of	course	load           reduction	of	course	load         reduction	of	course	load             or	reduction	of	course	load.
         4/20/09	-	8/27/09                   8/28/09	-	9/14/09                  9/15/09	-	9/28/09                9/29/09	-	10/13/09                   10/14/09	-	11/13/09
         Complete	withdrawal	                Complete	withdrawal	               Complete	withdrawal	             Complete	withdrawal	                 No	Fee
         fee:		$	10.00                       fee:		$	10.00                      fee:		$	10.00                    fee:		$	10.00
         Deadline	to	drop	via                Deadline	to	drop	via               Deadline	to	drop	via             Deadline	to	drop	via                 Deadline	to	drop	via
         http://neiuport.neiu.edu            http://neiuport.neiu.edu           http://neiuport.neiu.edu         http://neiuport.neiu.edu             http://neiuport.neiu.edu
         Midnight                            Midnight                           Midnight                         Midnight                             Midnight
         Grade	Issued:		No                   Grade	Issued:		No                  Grade	Issued:		Yes	“W”           Grade	Issued:		Yes	“W”               Grade	Issued:		Yes	“W”
     To officially drop or withdraw from any or all courses, access http://neiuport.neiu.edu. Failure to officially withdraw or drop classes will result in the assignment of an ‘F” (failure) grade.
     Students who completely withdraw from all courses after the 100% credit period may still be assessed charges if they have not paid the full amount of tuition and fees.
     Refunds will be processed beginning September 30, 2009 at 1:00 p.m.


       Mandatory Fees                                                                                        staff	to	assist	students	in	learning	to	take	advantage	of	the	new	and	evolving	
                                                                                                             technologies.
     Mandatory	fees	are	intended	to	enhance	and	facilitate	many	aspects	of	
     campus	life	to	include	the	following:                                                                   Health Service Fee: The	fee	enables	the	university	to	provide	
                                                                                                             assessment	and	care	for	a	wide	range	of	student	health	concerns.
     Academic Enhancement Fee: This	fee	is	dedicated	to	University	
     renovation,	improvement	and	upgrade	of	classrooms,	laboratories	and	                                    Parking Fee: University	students	have	three	parking	options:		to	participate	
     other	academic	space.	                                                                                  in	the	Level	II	parking	program,	to	participate	in	Level	I	parking,	or	to	waive	
                                                                                                             out	of	the	parking	program	entirely.		Students	who	choose	to	participate	
     Campus Recreation Fee: This	fee	supports	a	comprehensive	recreation	                                    in	Level	II	parking	will	be	assessed	the	parking	fee	based	on	credit	hours	
     program,	including	intramurals,	wellness	and	fitness	programs,	aquatics,	                               enrolled.		For additional information on obtaining parking permits
     sport	clubs	and	informal	recreation.                                                                    see page 16.
     Clean/Renewable Energy or “Green” Fee: 	The	fee	will	fund	                                              Performing Arts Fee: Helps	support	university	theatre	and	dance	
     implementation	of	clean	and	renewable	energy	technologies	and	                                          productions	and	musical	concerts.
     improvement	of	campus	energy	efficiency	at	Northeastern	Illinois	                                       Student Activity Fee: It	is	used	to	support	the	Student	Government,	student	
     University.		Some	examples	of	the	uses	of	this	fee	may	include:		a	campus-                              organizations	and	clubs,	and	the	many	activities,	programs,	media,	and	events	
     wide	energy	audit,	lighting	efficiency	improvements,	alternate	energy	
     sources	(solar	panels),	and	recycling	initiatives                                                       sponsored	by	the	above	group.
     Computer Resource Fee: It	is	dedicated	to	the	enhancement	of	computer	                                  Student Union Fee:	Helps	support	the	Student	Union,	which	is	the	heart	
     services	available	to	students.	Such	purposes	shall	include	the	addition	of	                            of	the	activity	program	on-	campus.	It	is	the	scene	of	lectures,	discussions,	
     computer	workstations,	additional	"smart	classrooms",	and	increased	access	                             concerts,	dances,	meetings,	and	other	activities.	The	facilities	include	food	
     to	all	the	networks	and	communications	highway	currently	in	place	as	well	                              services,	lounges,	and	meeting	rooms.
     as	those	to	be	built	in	the	future.	There	will	be	an	increased	availability	of	




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                            Tuition and Fees

                                                     Schedule of Tuition and Fee Payments
                                                              NEW PAYMENT OPTIONS
                                 Payment may be made by VISA, MasterCard or check via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.

                                                          Advanced Registration/Open Registration
                           If	you	registered	4/20/09	thru	8/3/09,	then	you	must	confirm	your	Registration	by	the	dates	listed	below.	
                                Failure to confirm by the date listed below will result in cancellation of registration.
                                                         If	you	registered	April	20	-	June	30     If	you	registered	July	1	-	August	3
                               Initial	Payment	
                                                                        $150                                     $250
                                Confirmation:
                                                                   On	or	before	                             On	or	before	
                             Initial	Payment	Due:
                                                                   June	30,	2009                            August	3,	2009
                                                           Mail	-	Postmarked	by	August	3            Mail	-	Postmarked	by	August	3
                                                              Cashier	until	7:00	p.m.                  Cashier	until	7:00	p.m.
                                                            Drop	Box	until	10:00	p.m.                Drop	Box	until	10:00	p.m.
                             Method	of	Payment:
                                                            Check,	VISA	or	MasterCard	               Check,	VISA	or	MasterCard	
                                                           via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu	            via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu	
                                                                    by	midnight                              by	midnight
                                                         Sept.	30,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance      Sept.	30,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance
                            Monthly	Payment	Due	
                                                         Oct.	21,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance       Oct.	21,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance
                                   Dates:
                                                         Nov.	20,	2009	-	Remaining	balance        Nov.	20,	2009	-	Remaining	balance
                            Deferred	Payment	Fee	
                                                                        $10                                      $10
                              (non-refundable):
                                                    Late Fees will be assessed on any past due amounts.




                                                                Late / Change of Registration
                           If	you	registered	8/4/09	thru	9/14/09,	then	you	must	confirm	your	Registration	by	the	dates	listed	below.	
                          New	Students-at-Large	who	register	for	extension	courses	during	the	first	class	session	must	make	an	initial	
                                 payment	by	September	30.		Registrations will be cancelled if payment is not received.
                                                                 August	4	-	27,	2009               August	28	-	September	14,	2009
                               Initial	Payment	
                                                                        $350                                     $450
                                Confirmation:
                             Initial	Payment	Due:                 August	27,	2009                        September	14,	2009
                                                             Check,	VISA	or	MasterCard	               Check,	VISA	or	MasterCard	
                             Method	of	Payment:             via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu	            via	http://neiuport.neiu.edu	
                                                                     by	midnight                              by	midnight
                                                         Sept.	30,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance      Sept.	30,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance
                            Monthly	Payment	Due	
                                                         Oct.	21,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance       Oct.	21,	2009	-	1/3	of	the	balance
                                   Dates:
                                                         Nov.	20,	2009	-	Remaining	balance        Nov.	20,	2009	-	Remaining	balance
                            Deferred	Payment	Fee	
                                                                        $10                                      $10
                              (non-refundable):
                                                    Late Fees will be assessed on any past due amounts.


     Payments can be made by Visa, MasterCard, or check via http://neiuport.neiu.edu.
     Once students choose to confirm their registration with the cashier, they are responsible for the full amount regardless of any
     subsequent additions in credit hours, unless they officially drop by the appropriate refund deadline.




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Student Health Insurance / Parking                                                                                    Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE                                                            PARkING REGISTRATION APPLICATION
(HoSpITAL/DoCTor InSurAnCE)                                                         The	Parking	Office	is	located	at	the	NE	side	of	the	Parking	Facility	on	the	1st	
(Administered	in	Health	Service	Office,	E051,	Ext.	5800.)                           Floor.		Any	vehicle	parked	in	the	university	parking	lot	must	be	registered,	parking	
                                                                                    fee	paid	and	decal	properly	displayed	as	outlined	in	our	Parking	Rules	and	
BASIC RATES                                                                         Regulations	at	www.neiu.edu/parking.
     Description                                   Cost                             PERMITS REQUIRED 24 HOURS EVERY DAY
     Student	(Individual	Only) ........ To	be	announced
                                                                                    FEE PAYMENT:
     Maternity	is	included	in	this	basic	rate.	The	student	must	apply	to	the	       All	student	parking	permit	fees	should	be	paid	at	the	Cashier’s	Office.	Each
     Health	Service	Office	if	(s)he	wishes	to	cover	dependents.                     semester; after confirming your classes, you must register your
                                                                                    vehicles(s) on-line at the following Northeastern Illinois University
FULL-TIME UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS                                                    parking website, www.neiu.edu/parking in order to receive a permit.
All	confirmed	full-time	undergraduates	are	automatically	billed	for	Student	        All	permits	will	be	mailed	unless	a	direct	pickup	from	the	Parking	Office	is	
Health	Insurance.	Undergraduate	students	have	the	option	to	waive	the	              specifically	requested.	Any	vehicle	not	properly	displaying	a	permit	by	the	
health	insurance	by	completing	a	health	insurance	waiver	online	at	                 beginning	of	the	third	full	week	of	classes	is	subject	to	being	fined.	Students	
www.aetnastudenthealth.com	no	later	than	September	15,	2009.		The	health	           that	do	not	want	to	participate	in	the	mandatory	student	fee	parking	
insurance	cost	is	non-refundable	after	this	deadline.                               program	must	sign	a	waiver	form	to	opt	out	of	the	program.	A	waiver	form	
Be	aware	that	in	order	to	avoid	a	lapse	in	coverage,	insurance	should	be	           for	this	purpose	may	be	printed	at	www.neiu.edu/~finanadm/bursar.htm.	
purchased	each	semester:	Fall	and	Spring	sessions.	This	should	be	done	at	          The	last	day	to	opt	out	of	the	mandatory	parking	fee	is	September	15,	2009.	
the	time	the	tuition	payment	is	made.                                               PARkING LOT FEE INFORMATION
PART-TIME UNDERGRADUATE AND MASTER DEGREE STUDENTS                                  PERMITS: TERM OpTIONS
Undergraduate	students	with	at	least	6	credit	hours	and	graduate	students	          LEVEL 1: Lots	A	&	C	see	map	on	back	cover.	All	vehicles	must	display	a	valid	
who	wish	to	purchase	student	health	insurance	will	need	to	pay	the	                 parking	permit	or	decal	designated	for	Level	1	lots.	Level	1	parking	permits	
premium	upon	enrolling	for	insurance.	If	dependent	coverage	is	desired,	the	        and	decals	are	valid	in	all	identified	legal	parking	spaces	in	Level	2	lots	also,	
student	must	obtain	an	insurance	application	form	by	going	online	to	               except	handicap	spaces.
www.aetnastudenthealth.com.                                                         LEVEL 1 FEES:
                                                                                    Semester:		$361.00
ALUMNI COVERAGE
Graduates	may	continue	their	health	insurance	only	for	the	term	                    LEVEL 2: ALL OTHER LOTS: All	vehicles	must	display	a	valid	parking	
immediately	following	their	graduation	by	going	online	to	                          permit	or	decal	designated	for	Level	1	or	Level	2	lots.	Level	2	parking	
www.aetnastudenthealth.com	to	print	the	form.                                       permits	and	decals	are	not	valid	in	regular	spaces	for	Level	1	lots.
                                                                                    LEVEL 2 PARKING FEES:
NON-REFUNDABLE                                                                      Mandatory	Fee	Per	Credit	Hour	 	
The	Health	Insurance	fee	is	NOT	REFUNDABLE	after	September	15,	2009.                      1             $11.45                   9             $103.05
                                                                                          2             $22.90                  10             $114.50
CANCELLATION                                                                              3             $34.35                  11             $125.95
                                                                                    	     4	            $45.80	                 12	            $137.40
Students	who	already	have	a	hospital	insurance	plan	that	is	equal	to	or	            	     5	            $57.25	                 13	            $148.85
better	than	the	student	plan,	may	complete	a	cancellation	form	and	submit	it	       	     6	            $68.70	                 14	            $160.30
online	at	www.aetnastudenthealth.com	at	the	time	of	CONFIRMATION	(first	            	     7	            $80.15	                 15	            $171.75
payment	for	the	term).	                                                             	     8	            $91.60	             16	or	more	        $183.20
Proof	of	coverage	is	required.		The	cancellation	MUST	be	received	online	at	        HANDICAP PARKING: Identified	spaces	in	each	lot.
www.aetnastudenthealth.com	by	September	15,	2009.	
NO	CANCELLATION	IS	GRANTED	AFTER	THESE	DATES.	                                      Parking	in	the	handicapped	spots	on	campus	requires	the	display	of	a	
                                                                                    valid	level	one	or	two	University	parking	permit	in	conjunction	with	a	
PARkING FEES                                                                        state	issued	Persons	with	Disabilities	license	plate	or	hanging	placard	or	a	
                                                                                    temporary	NEIU	Handicapped	Parking	placard.
Students	who	desire	to	participate	in	Level	I	must	sign	a	waiver	form	to	opt	
out	of	the	Level	II	parking	program	and	independently	purchase	a	Level	I	           The	Student	Health	Services	Office	will	issue	temporary	NEIU	Handicapped	
parking	permit	(forms	obtained	in	the	Cashier’s	Office).		Students	that	do	not	     Parking	placards	that	are	valid	only	for	short	term	handicapped	parking	for	
want	to	participate	in	the	parking	program	must	sign	a	waiver	form	to	opt	out	      up	to	three	weeks.	Remember	that	both	the	NEIU	permit	and	the	Persons	
of	the	program.		A	waiver	form	may	be	printed	at	www.neiu.edu/~finanadm/            with	Disabilities	plate/placard	must	be	properly	displayed	when	parked	in	a	
bursar.htm	and	is	also	available	at	the	Cashier's	Office.		Once	a	student	permit	   university	handicapped	spot.	Please	call	Student	Health	Services	at	
has	been	issued,	it	can	be	viewed	online	and	coverage	is	effective	immediately.		   (773)	442-5800	with	any	questions.
All	permits	must	be	properly	displayed	within	7	business	days	from	the	mail-
out/issue	date.	                                                                    MOTORCYCLES:
                                                                                    •	 Special	motorcycle	parking	is	available	in	Lot	D	and	in	the	Parking	Facility	
                                                                                       on		levels	two	through	five.
                        PARkING PERMIT INFORMATION                                  •	 Purchase	and	distribution	of	special	motorcycle/motor	bike	decals	are	
  •	 The	last	day	to	opt	out	of	the	mandatory	parking	fee	is	Sept.	15,	2009.           available	at	the	Parking	Office.
  •	 Students who choose to participate in parking on campus must                   REFUNDS:
     first confirm their classes and then register their vehicle online             All	refunds	are	given	in	accordance	with	University	tuition	deadline	dates	
     at www.neiu.edu/parking.                                                       and	percentages.	The	parking	decal	must	be	returned	to	the	Parking	Office	at	
                                                                                    the	time	you	completely	withdraw	from	classes.
                                                                                      º
                                                                                    DAILY PARKING OPTIONS:
                                                                                    DAILY	PARKING	PASS:	$5.00	per	day.	Must	be	purchased	on	a	daily	as-
                                                                                    needed	basis	from	the		DAILY	PERMIT	MACHINE	located	in	the	H	lot	(at	the	
                                                                                    South	end	of	campus	in	level	II)	or	from	the	Parking	Office	in	the	Parking	
                                                                                    Facility	on	the	first	floor.	The	machine	will	accept	credit	card	payments	as	
                                                                                    well	as	cash.
                                                                                    PARKING METERS:
                                                                                    Parking	meters	have	a	30	minute	time	limit.	Parking	permits	are	not	valid	at	
                                                                                    meters.



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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                              Registration Policies/Procedures
                                                                                  CrEDIT Hour LoAD (oVErLoADS)
  POLICY ON FIRST CLASS SESSION ATTENDANCE                                        During the Fall term, a student may register for a maximum of 18 credit
  Department	instructors	may	reassign	a	student's	seat	in	a	class	if	the	         hours. No student may carry a course overload during the first semester
  student	does	not	attend	the	first	class	session	and	neglects	to	inform	         of study at Northeastern.
  the	instructor	in	advance	of	the	intended		absence.	The	student	will	be	
  responsible	for	any	financial	consequence	if		the	course	is	not	dropped	        Approval	for	a	course	overload	is	required	under	the	following	conditions:
  officially	by	the	student	before	the	appropriate	refund	deadline.	Failure	      •	 An	enrollment	of	more	than	18	hours.
  to	officially	withdraw	from	class	will	result	in	a	grade	of	F.                  To	be	considered	for	a	course	overload	students	must:
                                                                                  •	 Have	a	cumulative	GPA	of	3.0.
PASS/FAIL OPTION                                                                  •	 Pass	the	English	Competency	Exam	by	the	student’s	fourth	term	of	enrollment.
•	 Pass/fail	option	is	available	only	to	students	in	good	standing	(can	not	be	   •	 Write	a	petition	explaining	the	compelling	reason	the	overload	is	necessary.
   on	academic	probation)	at	the	undergraduate	level.                             •	 Submit	the	letter	of	petition	to	the	appropriate	college	Dean	or	
•	 Pass/fail	option	is	not	allowed	for	General	Education,	Honors,	College	           Department.
   of	Business	&	Management	courses,	tutored	study	courses,	independent	          Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences
   study	courses,	English	101,	or	a	course	used	to	fulfill	a	major	or	minor	      •	 Undergraduates	who	have	officially	declared	a	major	or	pre-major	in	the	
   requirement.                                                                      College	of	Arts	&	Sciences
•	 Students	are	eligible	to	exercise	the	pass/fail	option	only	after	             •	 Undergraduates	who	have	not	yet	declared	a	major	or	pre-major
   accumulating	fifteen	hours	in	residency	(courses	taken	through	                •	 Undergraduate	and	Graduate	students-at-large
   Northeastern).	                                                                Dean of the College of Business & Management
•	 Eligible	students	will	be	permitted	one	pass/fail	course	per	term.	A	          •	 Undergraduates	who	have	officially	declared	a	major	or	pre-major	in	the	
   maximum	of	18	pass/fail	hours,	including	transfer	courses	from	other	             College	of	Business	&	Management
   institutions,	may	be	applied	toward	graduation	but	may	not	be	counted	
   toward	a	student’s	major	area	of	concentration,	minor,	or	General	             Dean of the College of Education
   Education	Program.                                                             •	 Undergraduates	who	have	officially	declared	a	major	or	pre-major	in	the	
                                                                                     College	of	Education
•	 Declaration	of	the	intention	to	select	the	pass/fail	option	must	be	           •	 Graduate	students-at-large	officially	admitted	to	a	certification	program
   made	no	later	than	the	tenth	day	of	the	term	by	notifying	the	Office	of	
   Enrollment	Services.		The	decision	to	select	the	pass/fail	option	may	not	     Dean of the Graduate College
   be	changed	after	that	date.                                                    •	 Graduates	admitted	to	a	Masters	degree	program
•	 A	grade	of	“P”	will	be	used	to	indicate	that	the	student	has	passed	the	       Director of Nontraditional Degree Programs
   course,	and	a	grade	of	“F”	will	be	used	to	indicate	that	the	student	has	      •	 Undergraduates	officially	admitted	to	the	Bachelor	of	Arts	in	
   failed	the	course.	The	“F”	will	be	included	in	the	grade	point	average.           Interdisciplinary	Studies	program	or	the	University	Without	Walls	program
•	 Instructors	may	offer	courses	restricted	to	pass/fail	registration	with	
   approval	from	the	appropriate	College	Educational	Policy	Committee	            PREREQUISITE POLICY
   and	by	the	Faculty	Council	on	Academic	Affairs,	either	at	the	time	of	         •	 The	student	should	note	that	some	course	descriptions	refer	to	a	
   initial	course	approval	or	subsequently.	Hours	of	credit	carried	by	such	         prerequisite	course	that	must	be	successfully	completed	or	the	student	
   course(s)	will	be	part	of	the	maximum	18	hours	which	have	been	                   must	be	enrolled	for	the	course	prior	to	registration.	The	members	of	
   approved	for	the	general	pass/fail	option.                                        the	faculty	regard	these	prerequisites	or	their	equivalent	as	a	necessary	
Additional	information	is	available	at	the	Enrollment	Services	Center	or	in	         foundation	for	student	learning.	Therefore,	it	is	the	student’s	responsibility	
the	current	Academic	Catalog.                                                        to	be	aware	of	and	follow	any	course	prerequisite(s)	prior	to	registration.	
                                                                                     In	such	case	that	a	course	prerequisite	cannot	be	met,	it	is	the	
POLICY ON INCOMPLETES                                                                responsibility	of	the	student	to	obtain	a	waiver	of	the	prerequisite	prior	
•	 “I”	(incomplete)	may	be	given	if	a	student	is	absent	from	the	final	              to	registration	by	following	the	procedure	applicable	in	the	college	or	
   examination	or	fails	to	complete	a	special	research	or	individual	study	          department	which	sponsors	the	course.		
   project	because	of	some	unavoidable	circumstance	such	as	illness.
                                                                                  TEST PREREQUISITE CODES
•	 Effective	Summer	2008,	students	will	have	two	semesters	(including	
   Summer)	after	the	incomplete	grade	has	been	assigned	to	remove	the	            A01	 	     ACT	English
   incomplete.                                                                    A02	 	     ACT	Math
•	 Incompletes	that	have	not	been	removed	within	two	semesters	will	be	           AEDU	      College	of	Education	Admission
   changed	to	an	“F”	grade.                                                       ICAT		     Illinois	Content	Area	List
                                                                                  UEPR	      NEIU	Engl	Placement	Reading
•	 This	policy	does	not	apply	to	thesis	seminars	or	masters	project	seminars.
                                                                                  UEPW	      NEIU	Engl	Placement	Writing
                                                                                  UMPR	      NEIU	Math	Placement	Result
                                                                                  UMPS	      NEIU	Math	Placement	Score
                                                                                  AUDITING
                                                                                  Students	who	meet	the	admission	requirements	of	the	University	and	are	
                                                                                  registered	for	a	course	may	audit	the	course	if	they	have	written	permission	
                                                                                  of	the	instructor.	NOTE:	Courses	in	the	College	of	Business	&	Management	
                                                                                  must	also	obtain	written	permission	of	the	chairperson.	Deadline	to	submit	
                                                                                  an	approved	written	request	to	the	Office	of	Enrollment	Services	to	audit	a	
                                                                                  course	in	Fall	is	Sepember	14,	2009.	
                                                                                  AN	AUDITOR	CANNOT	LATER	HAVE	HIS/	HER	REGISTRATION	CHANGED	
                                                                                  TO	SECURE	COURSE	CREDIT.	A	student	registered	for	credit	may	not	change	
                                                                                  to	audit	after	date	listed	above.	Auditors	pay	the	same	fees	as	credit	students.




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Test and Exams / General Information                                                                  Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


PLACEMENT AND COMPETENCY TESTING                                        ILLInoIS ArTICuLATIon InITIATIVE (IAI)
Testing	Schedules	and	additional	information	are	available	at	the	      Information	is	available	at	the	Enrollment	Services	Center	or	in	the	
Assessment	and	Testing	Center	in	D-130	or	at	                           current	Academic	Catalog.
www.neiu.edu/~assess.		You	may	also	call	to	register	for	a	test	at	
(773)	442-5293.                                                         CONCURRENT REGISTRATION
                                                                        Concurrent	registration	for	undergraduates	working	toward	a	
INDEPENDENT/TUTORED STUDY, THESIS SEMINAR                               degree	at	Northeastern	is	permissible.	Prior	to	enrolling	at	another	
                                                                        university	or	college,	the	student	at	Northeastern	must	obtain	written	
Independent	or	tutored	study	requires	the	consent	of	the	instructor,	   permission	from	his/her	chairman/designated	academic	advisor,	to	be	
department	chairperson	and	the	college	dean	on	the	appropriate	         submitted	to	the	Enrollment	Services	Center.	All	students	wishing	to	
form	at	least	one	week	prior	to	registration.                           take	Business	and	Management	courses	must	obtain	permission	from	
Deadline	to	submit	the	Independent/Tutored	Study	or	Thesis	             the	College	of	Business	and	Management	prior	to	submitting	the	form	
Seminar	form	for	Spring	to	the	Enrollment	Services	Center	is	           to	the	Enrollment	Services	Center.	Official	forms	and	information	
                                                                        concerning	procedures	are	available	at	the	Enrollment	Services	
September	10.                                                           Center.	Failure	to	follow	appropriate	procedures	may	jeopardize	the	
Thesis	seminar	requires	written	consent	of	the	Thesis	advisor,	         acceptance	of	credits	earned	at	another	university	or	college.	The	last	
department	chairperson,	dean	of	the	College	of	Arts	&	Sciences,	        30	consecutive	credit	hours	must	be	completed	at	Northeastern	in	
dean	of	the	College	of	Business	&	Management,	or	dean	of	the	           order	to	to	meet	graduation	requirements.
College	of	Education,	program	coordinator/advisor,	and	the	dean	of	
                                                                        ACCESSIBILITY CENTER
the	Graduate	College	on	the	Thesis	Seminar	form.
                                                                        The	Accessibility	Center	located	in	the	D	Building,	Room	104,	
NOTE:	All	forms	may	be	obtained	from	the	department	offering	the	       affords	students	with	disabilities	“reasonable	accommodations”	
course.                                                                 under	Section	504	of	the	Rehabilitation	Act	of	1973.		Please	call	
                                                                        (773)442-4595	for	assistance.
ORAL PROFICIENCY
Northeastern	Illinois	University,	in	accordance	with	a	1987	State	      STUDENT DEPARTURE FOR MILITARY SERVICE
statute	insures	that	all	persons	providing	classroom	instruction	       Students	who,	during	the	course	of	an	academic	term,	enter	active	
to	students	are	proficient	in	oral	English.	If	an	instructor’s	oral	    military	service	including	National	Guard	and	Reserve	active	duty	and	
proficiency	is	in	doubt,	students	should	contact	the	department	        are	not	in	attendance	at	the	end	of	the	term	will	receive	course	and	
chair	to	obtain	information	about	the	University’s	procedure	for	       residence	credit	or	a	refund	of	tuition	and	fees.	Students	can	contact	
handling	complaints.                                                    the	Veterans	Certifying	Official	in	the	Enrollment	Services	Office	for	
                                                                        more	information.

                                                                        STUDENT DEPARTURE FOR VOLUNTEER EMERGENCY SERVICE
                                                                        Students	who,	during	the	course	of	an	academic	term,	are	absent	
                                                                        from	class	due	to	volunteer	emergency	service	are	eligible	for	
                                                                        reasonable	accommodations	from	the	University	regarding	their	
                                                                        classroom	requirements.		Students	can	contact	the	Office	of	the	
                                                                        Dean	of	Students	for	more	information.

                                                                        NATIONAL VOTER REGISTRATION ACT
                                                                        The	1998	Higher	Education	Act	Mandatory	Good	Fair	Effort	for	the	
                                                                        National	Voter	Registration	Act.	It	reads,	in	part,	"The	institution	will	
                                                                        make	good	faith	effort	to	distribute	a	mail	voter	registration	form,	
                                                                        requested	and	received	from	the	State,	to	each	student	enrolled	in	
                                                                        a	degree	or	certificate	program	and	physically	in	attendance	at	the	
                                                                        institution,	and	to	make	such	forms	widely	available	to	students	at	
                                                                        the	institution."
                                                                        The	State	of	Illinois	has	provided	the	following	link	for	students	to	
                                                                        use	to	print	a	voter	registration	form:
                                                                        http://www.elections.state.il.us.
                                                                        http://www.elections.il.gov/votinginformation/welcome.aspx
                                                                        English Voter Registration Form:	http://www.elections.state.il.us/
                                                                        Downloads/VotingInformation/PDF/R-19.pdf	
                                                                        Spanish Voter Registration Form:	http://www.elections.state.il.us/
                                                                        Downloads/VotingInformation/PDF/R-19Spanish.pdf	




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                  ID Card Policy/NEIUport Accounts/NEIU E-Mail
NEIU ID CARD POLICY                                                          •	 Pay	tuition	and	fees	online	with	credit,	debit	or	check.
ALL	NEIU	STUDENTS	ARE	REQUIRED	TO	HAVE	A	NEIU	PHOTO	                         •	 Send	and	retrieve	e-mail.
IDENTIFICATION	(ID)	CARD	ISSUED	BY	THE	UNIVERSITY.	
                                                                             •	 Access	the	Ronald	Williams	Library	Databases	from	an	off-campus	
Photo ID cards are issued at the Information Center of the                      location.
Student Union (across from the bookstore).
                                                                             •	 Access	Blackboard.
Information Center Hours:
Monday	-	Friday:		8:30am	-	7:30pm                                            •	 Create	a	personal	web	page	which	can	be	viewed	on	the	Internet	
Saturday:		9:00am	-	1:00pm                                                      from	anywhere	in	the	world.
Hours subject to change.                                                     •	 Store	files	online	within	your	account.
Please call 773-442-4290 for current schedule.
                                                                             •	 Use	the	printers	in	the	NEIU	Student	Computing	labs,	Technology	
NEIU	PHOTO	ID	CARDS	ARE	MANDATORY	TO:                                           Enhanced	Classrooms	and	Library.
•		CHECK	OUT	BOOKS	AND	MATERIALS	FROM	THE	LIBRARY.
                                                                             Students,	faculty,	and	staff	must	have	a	NetID	and	password	in	order	
•	 GAIN	ACCESS	TO	THE	PHYSICAL	EDUCATION	BUILDING	FOR	                       to	be	able	to	print	in	the	NEIU	Student	Computing	Labs.		Registered	
   CLASSES	OR	RECREATIONAL	ACTIVITIES.                                       students	at	NEIU	have	a	1,000	page	printing	limit	that	will	reset	at	
•	 STATUS	VERIFICATION	FOR	UNIVERSITY	SPONSORED		EVENTS	                     the	beginning	of	each	following	semester.		Any	unused	print	quota	
   AND	ACTIVITIES.                                                           does	not	roll	over	to	the	following	semester.		For	those	that	exceed	
                                                                             the	printing	limit,	it	will	cost	9	cents	per	printed	page	for	a	double-
•	 PICK	UP	ANY	CHECKS	DISBURSED	BY	THE	UNIVERSITY.                           sided	print	job	(or	18	cents	for	a	page	printed	on	two	sides)	and	10	
•	 REQUEST	INFORMATION	REGARDING	YOUR	RECORD	AT	THE	                         cents	per	page	for	a	single-sided	print	job.	When	required,	printing	
   ENROLLMENT	SERVICES	CENTER,	CASHIERS'	OFFICE,	STUDENT	                    costs	will	be	deducted	from	an	NEIU	debit	card.	NEIU	debit	cards	
   LOANS	OFFICE,		AND	ACCOUNTS	RECEIVABLE.                                   cost	75	cents	to	purchase	and	money	can	be	added	to	debit	cards	
                                                                             at	all	student	lounge/vending	areas	in	every	building	on	campus,	
•	 USED	AS	A	DEBIT	CARD	IN	PHOTOCOPIERS,	LIBRARY	
                                                                             plus	on	the	2nd	floor	of	the	Ronald	Williams	Library.		For	security	
   MICROFILM	PRINTERS	AND	VENDING	MACHINES.	
                                                                             purposes,	print	quota	should	not	be	shared	amongst	users.	
   (The	magnetic	strip	on	the	back	of	the	ID	card	can	be	encoded	
                                                                             For	website	tutorials	on	how	to	print,	visit	www.neiu.edu/~scs	and	
   with	a	dollar	value	up	to	$25.	To	encode	(or	increase)	the	dollar	
                                                                             select	the	Tutorials	link.	To	view	print	usage	statistics,	visit	www.
   value	on	an	ID	card,	go	to	an	‘Add	Value’	station	located	on	
                                                                             neiu.edu/~scs	and	select	the	Computer	Lab	information	link.		
   campus.	Insert	the	card	and	a	five,	ten	or	twenty	dollar	bill	and	
   the	dollar	value	on	the	magnetic	strip	will	be	increased	by	that	         NEIUport	accounts	are	automatically	created	for	students	enrolled	
   amount.	Each	time	the	ID	card	is	used	for	a	purchase,	the	dollar	         at	NEIU.	To	look	up	your	NEIUport	NetID	and	password,	please	go	
   value	encoded	on	the	magnetic	strip	will	be	reduced	by	the	               to	the	website	address	http://neiuport.neiu.edu.	You	will	need	to	
   amount	of	the	transaction.)                                               enter	your	NEIU	ID	number	and	date	of	birth.	
                                                                             •	 The	NEIU	ID	Number	is	highlighted	in	yellow	on	your	NEIU	ID	
TO OBTAIN AN ID CARD A STUDENT MUST PRESENT:                                    Card.
a.	 Proof	of	registration	for	the	current	semester.
                                                                             •	 An	NEIU	ID	card	can	be	obtained	at	the	Information	Center	
	 AND                                                                           located	in	the	Student	Union.
b.	A	current	photo	ID	such	as	a	valid	driver’s	license,	State	of	Illinois	
                                                                             If	you	are	unable	to	access	NEIUport,	please	visit	
   ID	card,	passport	or	any	valid	ID	with	your	name	and	photo.
                                                                             www.neiu.edu/~scs	and	click	on	the	“NEIUport	Problems?”	link.
	 Initial	ID's	are	free	for	enrolled	students.
	 Alumni	ID's	are	$5.00                                                      NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY E-MAIL
	 Replacement	of	a	lost	ID	is	$10.00                                         E-mail	is	the	official	means	for	communication	at	NEIU.		The	
  Replacement	ID's	resulting	from	damage	or	name	change	will	be	             University	will	send	communications	to	students	via	official	NEIU	
  replaced	at	no	cost	as	long	as	the	original	ID	is	presented	at	the	        e-mail	accounts	only.		It	is	recommended	that	students	check	their	
  time	of	replacement.                                                       e-mail	regularly	as	some	communications	may	be	time-sensitive.		
                                                                             Examples	of	the	types	of	communication	you	may	receive	are:
wHAT IS NEIUport AND HOw DO I OBTAIN A NEIUport NetID &
PASSwORD?                                                                    •	 Notification	of	courses	that	have	been	cancelled	or	have	had	
NEIUport	is	NEIU’s	university-wide	internet	portal.		This	portal	               changes	in	meeting	information
provides	quick,	centralized,	and	secure	access	to	information	and	           •	 Notification	of	tuition	payment	due	dates
services	for	all	NEIU	students,	faculty,	and	staff.		                        •	 Announcement	of	registration	dates
Your	NEIUport	account	allows	you	to:                                         •	 Communication	with	your	class	instructors
•	 Register	for	classes	online.                                              •	 Courtesy	notices	for	library	books
•	 View	course	seating	capacities	(open	or	closed	classes).                  •	 Interlibrary	loan	service	via	ILLiad	to	request	books	and	journal		
•	 Determine	course	prerequisites.                                              articles
•	 Print	out	a	class	schedule.                                               •	 Notification	of	overdue	items
•	 View	grades	and	transcript.
•	 Request	official	transcripts.
•	 Review	Financial	Aid	awards.
•	 Print	out	a	tuition	and	fees	statement.



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Bachelor’s Degree Requirements and Honors Program                                                                  Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University


BACHELOR’S DEGREE REQUIREMENTS                                                    OPTION 1: COURSES
Refer to the Northeastern Illinois University Academic Catalog for specific       The	following	courses	will	fulfill	this	graduation	requirement:
information.
                                                                                    ANTH	212		           SB	   Intro	to	Cultural	Anthropology
	 1.	 General	Education	Requirements	(including	Math/Quantitative	                  CMTC	100		           HU	   Introduction	to	Communication
       Reasoning)                                                                   GES	104	             SB	   Introduction	to	Geography
	 2.	 English	101	or	equivalent                                                     ICSE	201	            	     History	and	Culture	of	Ethnic	Groups	in	America
	 3.	 Students	admitted	Fall	2008	and	after	must	complete	a	writing	intensive	      LING	120		           HU	   Language	and	Human	Behavior
       course                                                                       PHIL	213	            HU	   Ethics
	 4.	 Improving	Human	Relations	Requirement	                                        PSCI	210		           SB	   Introduction	to	Political	Science
	 5.		 Declaring	a	Major                                                            PSCI	216		           SB	   American	National	Government
	 6.		 English	Competency	Exam                                                      SOC	100		            SB	   Introduction	to	Sociology
	 7.		 Major	Program	Requirements                                                   SOC	105		            SB	   Women,	Men,	and	Social	Change
	 8.		 Constitution	Requirement                                                     WSP	101		            HU	   Women’s	Perspectives	and	Values	
	 9.	 24	credit	hours	of	upper	division	(300	level)	and	18	credit	hours	at	
       either	200	or	300	level
	 0.	 30	credit	hours	residency	requirement
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	 1.	 Filing	for	Graduation                                                       Students	who	complete	one	of	the	following	programs	of	study	have	met	
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	 2.	 Successful	completion	of	at	least	120	semester	hours.                       the	HB	0094	requirement.	The	study	of	the	sources	of	conflict	and	the	
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	 3.	 A	minimum	cumulative	GPA	of	2.0	or	above.	Some	academic	programs	           improvement	of	human	relations	is	infused	into	the	course	work	of	these	
       and	departments	have	other	specific	grade	requirements.                    major	and	minor	programs.
As	of	Fall	2008,	new	and	continuing	students	are	not	required	to	have	a	               Anthropology	major/minor
minor	to	graduate,	unless	the	minor	or	a	set	of	cognate	courses	is	already	            Bilingual/Bicultural	Education	major
specifically	stated	in	the	requirements	for	their	major	(as	in	the	sciences,	          Geography	major
College	of	Business,	and	the	College	of	Education).	                                   History	major
                                                                                       Inner	City	Studies	major
MATH/QUANTITATIVE REASONING REQUIREMENT                                                Justice	Studies	major/minor
See	the	General	Education	Limited	List	of	classes	for	courses	that	satisfy	            Latino	and	Latin	American	Studies	minor
this	requirement.		Students	can	also	fulfill	the	requirement	in	one	of	the	            Philosophy	major/minor
following	ways:                                                                        Political	Science	major/minor
                                                                                       Social	Work	major/minor
1.	 Transfer	credit	with	a	grade	of	C	or	better	in	any	math	course	College	            Sociology	major/minor
    Algebra	level	or	higher.		Other	math	courses	are	evaluated	at	the	time	of	         Women’s	Studies	major/minor	
    admission.
2.	 A	minimum	score	of	35	on	the	Northeastern	mathematics	placement	test,	        CONSTITUTION REQUIREMENT
    a	score	of	three	or	higher	on	the	Advanced	Placement	(AP)	calculus	test,	
    or	a	Math	ACT	score	of	25	or	higher.                                          All	students	must	meet	the	requirements	of	Senate	Bill		Number	195	of	
3.	 An	AA	or	AS	degree	from	a	community	college	meeting	the	standards	of	         the	69th	General	Assembly	of	the	State	of	Illinois.	This	requirement	may	be	
    the	1991	Illinois	Community	College	Board	model	General	Education	            satisfied	by	passing	the	following	course:	PSCI-216 SB American National
    curriculum	in	Mathematics	or	completion	of	the	Illinois	General	              Government, or	by	passing	a	test	on	the	Constitution	of	the	United	States	
    Education	Core	curriculum	prior	to	transferring	to	Northeastern	Illinois	     and	the	State	of	Illinois.
    University.		To	meet	the	Math/Quantitative	Reasoning	requirement,	a	
    student	must	earn	a	grade	of	C	or	better	in	the	mathematics	course	           DECLARING A MAJOR
    transferred	from	the	college	or	university.                                   Effective	Spring	2001,	the	University	implemented	a	policy	requiring	all	
4.	 Completion	of	one	of	the	majors	or	minors	listed	below	will	automatically	    undergraduate	students	to	declare	a	major	by	the	time	they	have	earned	a	
    fulfill	the	Math/Quantitative	Reasoning	requirement.                          total	of	45	credit	hours.	Students	who	have	not	completed	the	prerequisites	
                                                                                  necessary	to	declare	a	major	must	declare	a	pre-major.	You	must	contact	the	
             COLLEGE	OF	                  COLLEGE	OF                              appropriate	academic	department	to	officially	declare	your	major	or	you	
             ARTS	&	SCIENCES	             BUSINESS	&	MNGT                         may	declare	a	pre-major	by	obtaining	the	form	at	the	Enrollment	Services	
             Biology	major	               Accounting	major	                       Center	(D-101).
             Chemistry	major	             Accounting	minor	
             Comp	Sci	major	              Finance	major
             Comp	Sci	minor	              Finance	minor                           UNIVERSITY HONORS PROGRAM
             Earth	Sci	major	             Gen	Bus	Ad	major                        For	details	about	the	University	Honors	Program,	please	contact	Edmund	
             Physics	major	               Int’l	Bus	minor                         Hansen,	Coordinator	of	the	University	Honors	Program,		Room	B-141,	
             Physics	minor	               Marketing	major	        	               (773)	442-6045.
             Economics	major	             Marketing	minor                         LIMITED LIST OF GENERAL EDUCATION HONORS COURSES
             Economics	minor	             Management	major                          ZANT-215	          Honors:	       Human	Origins:	Intro	Bio	Anth
             Mathematics	major	           Management	minor                          ZART-106	          Honors:	       Introduction	to	Art	History
             Mathematics	minor	                                                     ZART-170D	         Honors:	       Studio	Exper:	Metals	&	Jewelry
                                                                                    ZBIO-100	          Honors:        Introduction	to	Biology	(Lab)
             Psychology	major                                                       ZCHM-110	          Honors:	       Chemical	Concepts	(Lab)
                                                                                    ZTHE-130	          Honors:	       Introduction	to	the	Theatre
                                                                                    ZECO-215	          Honors:	       Principles	of	Macroeconomics
IMPROVING HUMAN RELATIONS                                                           ZESC-121	          Honors:	       Introduction	to	Earth	Science	(Lab)
House	Bill	Number	0094	of	the	87th	General	Assembly	of	the	State	of	Illinois	       ZENG-201	          Honors:	       World	of	Poetry
                                                                                    ZENG-202	          Honors:		      World	of	Drama
requires:                                                                           ZENG-203	          Honors:	       World	of	Fiction
                                                                                    ZGES-104	          Honors:	       World	Geography	
"each	public	institution	of	higher	education	to	include,	in	the	general	            ZHIS-111B	         Honors:	       Western	Civilization:	1500	A.D.	to	Present
education	requirements	for	obtaining	a	degree,	course	work	on	improving	            ZLIN-120	          Honors:	       Language	and	Human	Behavior
human	relations	to	include	race,	ethnicity,	gender	and	other	issues	related	to	     ZMUS-104	          Honors:	       Musical	Concepts:		An	Introduction
                                                                                    ZPHI-101	          Honors:	       Critical	Thinking
improving	human	relations	to	address	racism	and	sexual	harassment	on	their	         ZPHI-213	          Honors:	       Ethics
campuses,	through	existing	courses.”                                                ZPHY-110	          Honors:	       Physics	in	Everyday	Life(Lab)
                                                                                    ZPSC-216	          Honors:	       American	National	Government
                                                                                    ZPSY-100	          Honors:	       Survey	of	Psychology
                                                                                    ZSOC-100	          Honors:		      Introduction	to	Sociology
                                                                                    ZWSP-101	          Honors:		      Women's	Perspectives	and	Values
                                                                                    ZHON-191	          Honors:		      Introduction	to	the	Performing	and	Fine	Arts
                                                                                    ZHON-192	          Honors:		      Introduction	to	the	Humanities
                                                                                    ZHON-193	          Honors:	       Introduction	to	Social	Sciences
                                                                                    ZHON-194	          Honors:	       Introduction	to	the	Sciences




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                              Undergraduate General Education Program

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM LIST OF APPROVED COURSES                                        NATURAL SCIENCES
                                                                                          Three	courses	that	equal	a	minimum	of	9	credit	hours,	from	at	least	2	of	
The	General	Education	Program	requires	a	minimum	of	39	credit	hours	of	                   the	following	departments:	Biology,	Chemistry,	Earth	Science,	Physics.	No
courses	distributed	among	five	areas.		All	courses	designated	by	FA	(Fine	                more than 2 courses	from	any	one	program,	including	transferred	courses,	
Arts),	HU	(Humanities),	SB	(Social	&	Behavioral	Sciences),	NS	(Natural	                   may	be	used	to	meet	the	General	Education	Program	Natural	Sciences	
Sciences),	and	MA	(Math/Quantitative	Reasoning)	will	apply	toward	                        distribution	requirement	and	one course MUST have a lab component.
fulfillment	of	the	General	Education	Requirements.
                                                                                           	 BIO	100	                 NS	      Introduction	to	Biology	(Lab)
  *FYE (First Year Experience) courses are intended for first year                         	
                                                                                           	
                                                                                             BIO	104	
                                                                                             CHEM	103	
                                                                                                                      NS	
                                                                                                                      NS	
                                                                                                                               The	Changing	Natural	Environment
                                                                                                                               Chemistry	and	Society
  freshman students only. Students may take only one FYE course.                           	 CHEM	110	                NS	      Chemical	Concepts	(Lab)
                                                                                           *ESCI	109	                 NS	      FYE:	Chicago	Rocks!	Geology	in	the	City
                               IMPORTANT NOTE:                                             	 ESCI	121	
                                                                                           	 ESCI	123	
                                                                                                                      NS	
                                                                                                                      NS	
                                                                                                                               Intro	to	Earth	Science	(Lab)
                                                                                                                               Geology,	Resources,	&Environment
                	To	determine	course	offerings	this	term,	refer	to	
                    the	specific	departmental	course	listings.	                            *PHYS	103	
                                                                                           	
                                                                                             PEMT	109	                NS	
                                                                                                                      NS	
                                                                                                                               FYE:	Chicago	Body	Works
                                                                                                                               The	Universe:	Past,	Present,	Future
                                                                                           	 PHYS	110	                NS	      Physics	in	Everyday	Life	(Lab)
                                       ALSO
                See	department	notes	for	important	information.                           HUMANITIES
                                                                                          Three	courses,	that	equal	a	minimum	of	9	credit	hours,	from	at	least	
FINE ARTS                                                                                 2	of	the	following	departments:	Communication,	Media,	and	Theatre	
Two	courses	that	equal	a	minimum	of	6	credit	hours,	from	2	of	the	following	              (Communication	only),	English,	Foreign	Languages	and	Literatures,	
departments:	Art,	Communication,	Media,	and	Theatre	(Media	and	Theatre	                   Linguistics,	Philosophy,	Women’s	Studies.		No more than 2 courses	from	
only),	Music	(including	Dance).		No more than 1 course	from	a	program	                    any	one	program,	including	transferred	courses,	may	be	used	to	meet	the	
(including	transferred	courses)	may	be	used	to	meet	the	General	Education	                General	Education	Program	Humanities	distribution	requirement.
Program	Fine	Arts	distribution	requirement.                                                	 CMTC	100	                HU	      Introduction	to	Communication
                                                                                           *ENGL	109A	                HU	      FYE:	Chicago’s	Literary	Diversity:	Reading	the	Neighborhoods
 	 ART	101	
 	 ART	106	
                       FA	
                       FA	
                              Art	in	Society
                              Introduction	to	Art	History	I
                                                                                           *ENGL	109B	
                                                                                           		
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      	
                                                                                                                               FYE:	Reading	and	Writing	the	Literary	and
                                                                                                                               Political	Landscapes	of	Chicago
 *ART	109	             FA	    FYE:	Art,	Architecture,	and	Urban	Design	in	Chicago          *ENGL	109C	                HU	      FYE:	Drama	and	Diversity	in	Chicago
 	 ART	170A	
 	 ART	170B	
                       FA	
                       FA	
                              Studio	Experiences:	Photography
                              Studio	Experiences:	Painting
                                                                                           *ENGL	109D	
                                                                                           	 ENGL	201	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                               FYE:	Language	&	Lit.	Ethno	Chicago
                                                                                                                               The	World	of	Poetry
 	 ART	170C	           FA	    Studio	Experiences:	Sculpture                                	 ENGL	202	                HU	      The	World	of	Drama
 	 ART	170D	           FA	    Studio	Experiences:	Metals	&	Jewelry                         	 ENGL	203	                HU		     World	of	Fiction
 	 ART	170E	           FA	    Studio	Experiences:	Printmaking                              	 ARAB	101	                HU	      Arabic	I
 	 ART	170F	           FA	    Studio	Experiences:	Ceramics                                 	 ARAB	102	                HU	      Arabic	II
 	 ART	170G	           FA	    Studio	Experiences:	Drawing                                  	 CHIN	101	                HU	      Chinese	I
 	 CMTM	160	           FA	    The	Art	of	Film	and	Video                                    	 CHIN	102		               HU	      Chinese	II
 	 CMTT	130	           FA	    Introduction	to	Theatre                                      	 CHIN	103		               HU	      Chinese	III
 *	ELAD	109	
 	
                       FA	
                       	
                              FYE:	School’s	Out:	Chicago’s	Bouquet	of
                              Nontraditional	Educational	Programs	        	          	
                                                                                           	 CHIN	104	
                                                                                           	 FREN	101		
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                               Chinese	IV
                                                                                                                               French	I
 	 MUS	101	            FA	    The	Musical	Experience                                       	 FREN	102	                HU	      French	II
 	 MUS	104	            FA	    Music	Concepts:	An	Introduction                              	 FREN	103	                HU	      French	III
 *DANC	101	
 	
   MUS	109	            FA	
                       FA	
                              FYE:	Chi-Tunes:	Music	in	Chicago	
                              The	Dance	Exp:	Intro	to	the	Art	of	Dance
                                                                                           	 GER	101	
                                                                                           	 GER	102	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                               German	I
                                                                                                                               German	II
 *DANC	131	
 	
   DANC	109	           FA	
                       FA	
                              FYE:	Stepping	Out	–	Dance	in	Chicago
                              Introduction	to	Spanish	Dance
                                                                                           	 GER	103	
                                                                                           	 GREK	101	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                               German	III
                                                                                                                               Greek	I
                                                                                           	 GREK	102	                HU	      Greek	II
SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                                                                 	 GREK	103	
                                                                                           	 ITAL	101	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                               Greek	III
                                                                                                                               Italian	I
Four	courses	that	equal	a	minimum	of	12	credit	hours,	from	at	least	2	of	the	              	 ITAL	102	                HU	      Italian	II
following	departments:	African	&	African/American	Studies,	Anthropology,	                  	 ITAL	103	                HU	      Italian	III
Computer	Science,	Economics,	Geography	&	Environmental	Studies,	History,	                  	 JPN	101	                 HU	      Japanese	I
Latino	&	Latin/American	Studies,	Political	Science,	Psychology,	Sociology.	                	 JPN	102	                 HU	      Japanese	II
                                                                                           	 JPN	103	                 HU	      Japanese	III
No more than 2 courses	from	any	one	program,	including	transferred	                        	 JPN	104	                 HU	      Japanese	IV
courses,	may	be	used	to	meet	the	General	Education	Program	Social/                         	 KOR	101	                 HU	      Korean	I
Behavioral	Sciences	distribution	requirement.                                              	 KOR	102	                 HU	      Korean	II
                                                                                           	 KOR	103	                 HU	      Korean	III
 	 AFAM	200	           SB	    Intro	to	African	&	African	American	Studies                  	 POL	101	                 HU	      Polish	I
 *ANTH	109A	           SB	    FYE:	Windy	City	Anthropology!                                	 POL	102	                 HU	      Polish	II
 *ANTH	212	
 	
   ANTH	109B	          SB	
                       SB	
                              FYE:	Skeletons	in	Chicago’s	Closets…
                              Introduction	to	Cultural	Anthropology
                                                                                           	 POL	103	                 HU	      Polish	III
                                                                                           	 PORT	101	                HU	      Portuguese	II	 	
 	 ANTH	215	           SB	    Human	Origins:	Intro		Bio	Anth                               	 PORT	103	                HU	      Portuguese	III
 	 CS	100	             SB	    Computers	and	Society                                        	 RUSS	101	                HU	      Russian	I
 *ECON	215	
 	
   CS	109	             SB	
                       SB	
                              FYE:	The	Information	Age:	Its	Impact	on	Chicago’s	Culture
                              Principles	of	Macroeconomics
                                                                                           	 RUSS	102	                HU	      Russian	II
                                                                                           	 RUSS	103	                HU	      Russian	III
 	 ECON	217	           SB	    Principles	of	Microeconomics                                 	 SPAN	101	                HU	      Spanish	I
 *	EDFN	109	
 	
                       SB	
                       	
                              FYE:	Schooling	Chicago:	Communities,	Public	Education	
                              and	Change
                                                                                           	 SPAN	102	                HU	      Spanish	II
                                                                                           	 SPAN	103	                HU	      Spanish	III
 	 GES	104	            SB	    Intoduction	to	Geography
 *GES	109A	            SB	    FYE:	Chicago	Geog:	Global	Chicago                            *SPAN	109	
                                                                                           	 SWAH	101	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                      HU	
                                                                                                                               FYE:	The	Hispanic	Influence	in	Chicago
                                                                                                                               Swahili	I
 *GES	150	
 	
   GES	109B	           SB	
                       SB	
                              FYE:	Chicago	Geog:	Environmental	Chicago
                              Introduction	to	Environmental	Studies
                                                                                           	 SWAH	102	                HU	      Swahili	II
                                                                                             TESL	109	                HU	      FYE:	Language	and	Diversity	in	Chicago
 	 HIST	111A	          SB	    World	History:	West	to	1500                                  	 LING	110	                HU	      Lexicology:	The	Study	of	Words
 	 HIST	111B	          SB	    World	History:	West,	1500-Present                            	 LING	120	                HU	      Language	and	Human	Behavior
 	 HIST	111C	          SB	    World	History:	East	Asia                                     	 PHIL	101	                HU	      Critical	Thinking
 	 HIST	111D	          SB	    World	History:	Latin	America                                 	 PHIL	102	                HU	      Introduction	to	Philosophy
 	 HIST	111E	          SB	    World	History:	Africa                                        	 PHIL	213	                HU	      Ethics
 	 HIST	214	           SB	    United	States	History,	1607-1877                             	 WSP	101	                 HU	      Women’s	Perspectives	and	Values
 	 HIST	215	           SB	    United	States	History,	1877-Present
 *LLAS	101	
   JUST	109	           SB	    FYE:	Justice	in	Chicago                                     MATH/QUANTITATIVE REASONING
 	                     SB	    Intro	to	Latino	and	Latin	American	Studies                  One	MATH	course,	a	minimum	3	credit	hours,	that	has	Intermediate	Algebra	
 *LLAS	109	            SB	    FYE:	Latino	Art,	Thought	and	Revolution	in	Chicago
                                                                                          as	a	stated	prerequisite	such	as	those	on	the	following	list:
 *	PSCI	109	
 	
                       SB	
                       	
                              FYE:	Civic	Engagement,	Community,	&
                              Social	Change	in	Chicago                                     	   MATH	112	               MA	      Statistics	in	Daily	Life
 	 PSCI	210	           SB	    Introduction	to	Political	Science                            	   MATH	113	               MA	      Quantitative	Reasoning
 	 PSCI	216	           SB	    American	National	Government                                 	   MATH	141	               MA	      College	Mathematics	I
 	 PSYC	100	           SB	    Survey	of	Psychology                                         	   MATH	143	               MA	      College	Mathematics	II
 *	PSYC	109	
 	 PSYC	110	
                       SB	
                       SB	
                              FYE:	Growing	Up	in	Chicago
                              Life	Span	Development
                                                                                           	   MATH	163	               MA	      Elem	Fct	Business
                                                                                           	   MATH	177	               MA	      Elem	Fct	Science/Math
 	 SOC	100	            SB	    Introduction	to	Sociology                                    	   PSYC	302	               MA	      Statistics	and	Research	Methods	II
 	 SOC	105	            SB	    Women,	Men,	and	Social	Change                                	   SOC	212	                MA	      Introduction	to	Social	Statistics
 *SOC	109	             SB	    FYE:	Investigating	Chicago
                                                                                               Consult	the	university	catalog	for	a	list	of	majors	and	minors	which	automatically	satisfy	
                                                                                               this	distribution	requirement.
                                                                                               A	grade	of	“C”	or	better	is	necessary	to	fulfill	this	distribution	requirement.		




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     General Education Courses                                                                                                       Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                             Credits   Course No.      Title                              Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.      CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.       CRN
                                                                        HOW TO READ THE SCHEDULE OF CLASSES.
                                                                                    –– Earth Science (ESCI) ––                          Subject	abbreviation	and
                    Course	number,	course	title,                                                                                        department	name	information
                    and	course	credit	hours                          121 NS EARTH SCIENCE: GENERAL SURVEY                 3.0
                                                                       01 8:00a-8:50a MWF SCI S101 Doe, J              13705       Course	Reference	Number	
                           Identifies	a	General	                          10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI S101                               (CRN)	—	It	is	the	key	identifier	
                           Education	course                               Special Fees: $10.00                                     for	all	courses.	It	must	be	entered	
                                                                       02 8:00a-8:50a TRF SCI S101 Doe, J              21705       correctly	online	via	NEIUport
                          Individual	section                              10:00a-10:50a WF SCI S101
                          information	for	course                          Special Fees: $10.00
                          listed                                       17 5:40-9:00p      M    EL CENTRO Doe, J        18305              Comments:	Some	course	sections
                                                                          Comment: AUTHORIZATION AT EL CENTRO ONLY                        have	comments	listing	specific
                 Fee:	A	fee	is	assessed	for                                                                                               information	pertinent	to	the	section
                 the	particular	section	indicated.                     18 5:40-9:00p      T    EL CENTRO Doe, J        18625
                 The	fee	is	assessed	in	addition                          Comment: AUTHORIZATION AT EL CENTRO ONLY
                                                                                                                                     Building	Location
                 to	tuition	and	fees                                 329       SOIL SCIENCE                             3.0
                                                                       01 9:25a-10:40a TR         SCI S202 Simpson,T 10747
                 Prerequisite:	A	course	that                              10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI S101
                 must	be	taken	prior	to	the                               Special Fees: $10.00                              Instructor
                 course	indicated                                         Prereq: ESCI 121; ESCI 211
                                                                                                      Room	Location
                                                               Meeting	Time
                                                                                                  Meeting	Day



Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                             Credits   Course No.      Title                             Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.      CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.      CRN



     General Education                                                L18 3:20p- 5:20p MW EC 108 Kellerman, M
                                                                          Special Fees: $5.00
                                                                                                                      14715                      — Theatre (CMTT) —
                                                                                                                                130 FA INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE                       3.0
     Courses
                                                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                                                                                  1 09:25a-10:40a TR       F     109 Rodriguez, J 13348
                                                                    170C FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: SCULPTURE                3.0      2 09:00a-09:50a MWF F          109 Mace, R      13350
Refer to the individual academic departments in the                   1 10:00a- 3:00p S         FA 215                13170       3 11:00a-11:50a MWF F          109 Higginbotham 13352
department notes section for important information which                  Special Fees: $20.00                                    4 12:15p- 1:30p TR       F     109 Kuehnau, J 13353
may affect your enrollment and registration. Also, refer to the     170D FA STUDIO EXPER: METALS AND JEwEL               3.0      5 12:00p-12:50p MWF F          109 Wirth, D     13355
policy on first class session attendance.                             1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 112 Lancaster, R           13172       6 10:25a-11:40a MW FA 255 Blair, J              13358
                                                                          Special Fees: $20.00                                       Departmental Approval Required
                            FINE ARTS                               170E FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PRINTMAkIN               3.0         Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes
                                                                      1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K            13173
                         — Art (ArT) —                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                                      — Music (MuS) —
101 FA ART IN SOCIETY                                        3.0    170F FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: CERAMICS                 3.0    101 FA THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE                     3.0
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR           CLS 1001 Hanrahan-Apple13133           1 3:00p- 5:30p TR         FA 114 Mitchell, D    13174       1 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 202 Chang, P          14063
  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR           CLS 1001 Hanrahan-Apple13134               Special Fees: $20.00                                        Comments: World Music
  L18 08:30a-11:10a S          EC 108 Kellerman, M 14440              2 09:00a- 2:00p S         FA 114                13175       2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF FA 202 Weber, A           14065
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                              Special Fees: $20.00                                    3 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 202 Weber, A          14067
106 FA INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY I                         3.0    170G FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: DRAwING                  3.0      4 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 202 Gurin, S            14069
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 203                             13135        1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 252A Krantz, J            13176       WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 106             14772
  2 1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 203 Nieves, A                    13137            Special Fees: $10.00                                        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  4 TBA                Online       Hanrahan-Apple, S 13140           2 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 252A Bagdzinski, P         13177     104 FA MUSIC CONCEPTS: INTRODUCTION               3.0
  5 TBA                Online       Hanrahan-Apple, S 13142               Special Fees: $10.00                                    1 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 202 Kowalkowski, J14071
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p W           EC 108 Kellerman, M 14714              3 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 206                        13178       2 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 202 Kowalkowski, J14073
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                            Special Fees: $10.00                                    3 1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 202 Condon, O 14074
109 FA FYE:ART,ARCHTCT & URBN DSGN CH                        3.0      4 10:00a-12:30p TR        FA 206 Criner, D      13179       4 12:15p- 1:30p TR        FA 202 Snow, L     14076
  1 3:00p- 6:00p W             FA 225A Hanks, A          14865            Special Fees: $10.00                                    5 09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 202 Myintoo, S 14078
      Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved        5 6:00p- 8:30p TR         FA 252A Mendoza, J    13180       6 10:50a-12:05p TR        FA 202 Myintoo, S 14080
        seating                                                           Special Fees: $10.00                                    7 08:00a-09:15a TR        FA 202 Snow, L     14083
      Departmental Approval Required                                  L18 5:40p- 8:10p TR       EC 108 Kellerman, M   14716       8 7:05p- 8:20p MW FA 152 Cowan, K            14085
      Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                            Special Fees: $10.00                                    WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 106 Teruel, H   14653
170A FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PHOTOGRAPH                       3.0          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 10:00a-12:30p TR           FA 225A Studio            13155                                                                  109 FA FYE:CHI-TUNES:MUSIC IN CHICAGO             3.0
      Special Fees: $20.00                                                            — Media (CMTM) —                            1 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 152 Gerritson, S 13629
170B FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PAINTING                         3.0    160 FA THE ART OF FILM & VIDEO                       3.0          Departmental Approval Required
  1 09:00a-11:30a MW FA 212 Vera, R                      13157        1 09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 107 Moraites, M    13322           Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
      Special Fees: $5.00                                             2 10:50a-12:05p TR        FA 107 Moraites, M    13323       2 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 152 Gerritson, S 13633
  2 09:00a-11:30a TR           FA 212 Porterfield, M 13159            3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         FA 107 Moraites, M    13324           Departmental Approval Required
      Special Fees: $5.00                                             4 4:15p- 5:30p TR         FA 107 Kane, K        13325           Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
  3 3:00p- 5:30p TR            FA 212 Criner, D          13161        5 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 107 Ritsema, R             13326
      Special Fees: $5.00                                             6 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 107                        13327
  4 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 212 Spidale, F                    13163        L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 123                14727
      Special Fees: $5.00                                                 Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  5 10:00a- 3:00p F            FA 212 Vera, R            13164
      Special Fees: $5.00
  6 10:00a- 3:00p S            FA 212 Spidale, F         13168
      Special Fees: $5.00




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                     General Education Courses
Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                          Credits   Course No.      Title                                          Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.         Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.         Instr.             CRN

                                                                    203 HU THE wORLD OF FICTION                                       3.0
                    — Dance (DAnC) —                                  1 08:00a-09:15a TR         SCI 222 Davros, M                 13616                         — polish (poL) —
101 FA DANC EXP:INTRO TO ART OF DANC                        3.0           Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                           101 HU POLISH I                                                   3.0
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 141A Burton, R                   14688         2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3081 Brodsky, G                      13617       1 TBA              LIB 449                     Kolak, C      14150
109 FA FYE:STEPPIN OUT-DANCE IN CHGO                        3.0           Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                                5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 240             Kolak, C
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 145 Burton, R          13448         3 12:00p-12:50p MWF                    White, B              13618     102 HU POLISH II                                                  3.0
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved             Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                             1 7:05p- 8:20p TR                              Kolak, C      14153
       seating                                                        5 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 2044 Graf, T                          13620          TBA             LIB 449                     Kolak, C
     Departmental Approval Required                                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                                Prerequisites: POL 101,
     Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                         6 2:50p- 4:05p TR          CLS 3094 Schroeder, C             13621
                                                                          Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
131 FA INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH DANCE                        3.0       L18 6:10p- 8:50p W         EC 123 Eze, C                     14739                      — russian (ruSS) —
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          J    111 Komaiko, L 13760                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                           101 HU RUSSIAN I                                                  3.0
  2 12:15p- 1:30p MW J             111 Komaiko, L 13762                   Departmental Approval Required                                       1 1:00p- 2:15p MW            SCI 351           Galinsky, G   14278
                                                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                TBA         LIB           449               Galinsky, G
         — Educational Leadership (ELAD) —
109 FA FYE:SCHL’S OUT:CHGO NTD ED PRG                       3.0                       — Arabic (ArAB) —                                                       — Spanish (SpAn) —
  1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 3106 Koffman, E 14828                       101 HU ARABIC I                                                   3.0
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved                                                                                101 HU SPANISH I                                                  3.0
                                                                      1 TBA              LIB 449        Rahman, S                  13672       2 08:00a-09:15a TR        SCI         229  Pedroso, A        14286
       seating                                                           09:25a-10:40a TR      CLS 3056 Rahman, S
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                               01:00a-02:00a LIB 449                   Pedroso, A
                                                                      2 10:50a-12:05p TR       FA 216 Rahman, S                    13674       4 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS               2056 Guzman, V         14288
     Comments: Permit D130-Yr1 Students Only                             TBA             LIB 449        Rahman, S                                 TBA             LIB 449                 Guzman, V
                                                                    102 HU ARABIC II                                                  3.0      5 TBA              LIB 449                 Pedroso, A        14291
           — Honors program (ZMuS) —                                  1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 2005 Rahman, S                        13676          09:25a-10:40a TR                        Pedroso, A
170D FA HNRS:STDO EXP:METALS & JEwELRY            3.0                    TBA             LIB 449        Rahman, S                              6 TBA              LIB 449                 Guzman, V         14293
  2 10:00a-12:30p TR       FA 112 Weintraub, J 14498                     Prerequisites: ARAB 101,                                                 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS              2044 Guzman, V
      Special Fees: $20.00                                                                                                                     7 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS               2081 Maso, E           14295
      Comments: For Honors Credit                                                    — Chinese (CHIn) —                                           TBA             LIB 449                 Maso, E
                                                                                                                                               8 TBA              LIB 449                 Alfaro, K         14297
                          HUMANITIES                                101 HU CHINESE I                                                  3.0         11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI              325 Alfaro, K
                                                                      1 TBA            LIB         449               Peng, Y       13704       9 TBA              LIB 449                 Alfaro, K         14299
                                                                         09:25a-10:40a TR          SCI 211           Peng, Y
             — Communication (CMTC) —                                                                                                             12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI              311 Alfaro, K
                                                                                                                                               11 2:00p- 2:50p MWF SCI               229 Maso, E            14301
100 HU INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION                        3.0
  1 08:00a-08:50a MWF FA 107 Bliss, J                    13292                        — French (FrEn) —                                           TBA             LIB 449                 Maso, E
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                              101 HU FRENCH I                                                   3.0    102 HU SPANISH II                                                 3.0
  2 08:00a-09:15a TR          FA 107 Mace, R             13293        1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI               229  Klein, D          13992       2 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI               131      O’Kane, C     14302
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                   TBA             LIB 449                 Klein, D                         TBA             LIB 449                     O’Kane, C
  3 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 107 Ross, J                     13294        2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI               325 Klein, D           13994          Prerequisites: SPAN 101,
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                   TBA             LIB 449                 Klein, D                      3 09:25a-10:40a TR                             Petefish, K   14303
  4 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 107 Wirth, D                    13295        3 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS                 2081 Galinsky, G       13996          TBA             LIB 449                     Petefish, K
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                   TBA             LIB 449                 Galinsky, G                      Prerequisites: SPAN 101,
  5 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 107 Bliss, J                    13296        5 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI         228 Czech, P           14746       4 TBA              LIB 449                     Petefish, K   14304
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                   TBA             LIB 449                 Czech, P                         10:50a-12:05p TR       SCI         229      Petefish, K
  7 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 107                     13297      102 HU FRENCH II                                                  3.0         Prerequisites: SPAN 101,
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                1 TBA              LIB 449                     Galinsky, G   13997       5 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS               3020 O’Kane, C         14305
  8 09:00a-10:15a MW FA 255 Snow, A                      13298           7:05p- 8:20p MW                             Galinsky, G                  TBA             LIB 449                 O’Kane, C
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                   Prerequisites: FREN 101,                                                 Prerequisites: SPAN 101,
      Departmental Approval Required                                  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI         240      Czech, P      14000     103 HU SPANISH III                                            3.0
      Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                             TBA             LIB 449                     Czech, P                  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS               2081 Rizzo-Vast, P 14308
  L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR         EC 137                     14724           Prerequisites: FREN 101,                                                 TBA             LIB 449                 Rizzo-Vast, P
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                                                                                         2 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS               3044 Rizzo-Vast, P 14309
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      103 HU FRENCH III                                                 3.0
                                                                      1 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI         228      Mc Goey, M    14002          TBA             LIB 449                 Rizzo-Vast, P
  6 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 107 Ross, J                     14809
      Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                   TBA             LIB 449                     Mc Goey, M
                                                                         Prerequisites: FREN 102,                                                             — Swahili (SWAH) —
                   — English (EngL) —                                                                                                        101 HU SwAHILI I                                                  3.0
                                                                                       — german (gEr) —                                        1 4:15p- 6:55p R             SCI 219           Mushi, S      14422
109C HU FYE:DRAMA & DIVERSITY IN CHGO                        3.0                                                                                  TBA         LIB           449               Mushi, S
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3081 Barnett, T                14846      101 HU GERMAN I                                                   3.0
      Departmental Approval Required                                  1 TBA              LIB 449    Madsen, F                      14008
      Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                           09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 4006 Madsen, F                                                — Linguistics (LIng) —
109D HU FYE:LANGUAGE & LITCY ETHNO CHG                       3.0    102 HU GERMAN II                                                  3.0    110 HU LEXICOLOGY:THE STUDY OF wORDS                              3.0
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 2054 Schroeder, C 14847            1 TBA              LIB 449    Madsen, F                      14009       1 09:25a-10:40a TR              Sreenan, N                   14016
      Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved           10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 240 Madsen, F                                   2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 222 Duchaj, K                        14017
        seating                                                          Prerequisites: GER 101,                                               3 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2044 Duchaj, K                       14019
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                         120 HU LANGUAGE & HUMAN BEHAVIOR                                  3.0
      Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                                          — Italian (ITAL) —                                     1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3094 Strid, J                        14021
201 HU THE wORLD OF POETRY                                   3.0    101 HU ITALIAN I                                                  3.0      2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3094 Strid, J                        14023
  2 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 3105 Bruce, D         13614        1 09:00a-09:50a MWF                                          14022       3 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 3105 Duchaj, K                        14025
      Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                           TBA          LIB 449                                                  4 2:25p- 3:40p MW FA 255 Sreenan, N                          14026
                                                                      2 10:00a-10:50a MWF                                          14757           Departmental Approval Required
202 HU THE wORLD OF DRAMA                                    3.0                                                                                   Comments: CASEP - See Printed Dept Notes
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 222 Hoberg, T 13615                            TBA          LIB 449
                                                                                                                                               5 08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 3094 Monter, R                 14028
      Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                                                                                                 6 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 3071 Monter, R                 14030
  L18 11:00a-12:15p MWF EC 106                           14490                         — Korean (Kor) —                                        7 10:50a-12:05p TR                     Sreenan, N            14031
      Prerequisites: ENGL 101,                                                                                                                 9 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 3020 Monter, R                 14032
      Departmental Approval Required                                101 HU kOREAN I                                                   3.0
                                                                      1 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 229                    Park, K       14027       10 7:05p- 9:45p T         CLS 3020 Dreyfuss, G               14033
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                                   11 4:15p- 6:55p R         CLS 2071 Sreenan, N                14034
                                                                         TBA          LIB 449                        Park, K
                                                                                                                                               L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 134 Strid, J                    14764
                                                                                                                                                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski

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     General Education Courses                                                                                                        Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.       Title                                   Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN

                                                                     3   11:00a-11:50a MWF                  Schukas, M 14054                        NATURAL SCIENCES
                 — philosophy (pHIL) —                                   Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
101 HU CRITICAL THINkING                                   3.0            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
  W1 12:30p- 3:10p U        B 152                       13097        4 7:05p- 8:20p MW                      Schukas, M 14055                          — Biology (BIo) —
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2105                          14058            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR      104 NS THE CHANGING NATURAL ENVIRONME                   3.0
  2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF                                    14060             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 112 Spaeth, V        13160
  3 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3020                            14062      141 MA COLLEGE MATHEMATICS I                           3.0      3 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 102 Readey, M 13162
  4 08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 2071 Casey, J           14064        W1 10:50a- 1:30p S        SCI 113 Hardy, J        13095       1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 112 Rihani, K               13680
  5 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 111 Mohaghegh, J                14066            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        L96 09:10a-10:50a TR      EC 128                   14443
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 105                      14773              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                           Departmental Approval Required                            L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 128 Casimir, L              14719
102 HU INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                          3.0           Comments: Permit Reqd                                         Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2071 Mohaghegh, J             14068        WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S       CIS 402                 13096       L19 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 128 Casimir, L        14720
  2 3:00p- 3:50p MWF SCI 233                            14070            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  3 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 3105                    14072              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              4 TBA              Online              Ruderfer, I 14836
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 117                      14774            Departmental Approval Required                            10 09:55a-11:25a TR       SCI 124 Kampwirth, R 14837
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                           Comments: Permit Reqd                                         Departmental Approval Required
                                                                     3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 113 Pouladdege, P 14543             Comments: AuthX5571 Concur w/BIO105&MATH147
213 HU ETHICS                                              3.0
  W1 2:00p- 4:40p S         SCI 219                     13098            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3094 Milsky, D                14077              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                            — Chemistry (CHEM) —
  2 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2081 Milsky, D                14079        2 1:25p- 2:40p MW SCI 113                         14766     103 NS CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY                           3.0
  3 4:15p- 6:55p M          SCI 113 Hoffman, A          14081            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        1 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 102 Nicholson, K 13251
  4 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 201 Hoffman, A          14082              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  5 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 201 Hoffman, A          14084      163 MA ELEM FUNCTIONS FOR BUSINESS                     3.0            20 OR A02 21
  WL1 10:20a- 1:00p S       EC 105                      14775        1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 325 Choi, S                 14553       2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 102 Wysocki, J 13253
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    20 OR A02 21
- Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) -                     2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 233 Choi, S                 14554       3 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 102 Tsonchev, S 13256
                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
109 HU FYE:LANGUGE & DIVRSITY IN CHGO                       3.0            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    20 OR A02 21
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3046 Burian, T                14804        3 2:00p- 4:40p S          SCI 113 Hafeez, F       14555       L18 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 123                  14722
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
       seating                                                             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    20 OR A02 21
     Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                        4 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 113 Pouladdege, P 14559             Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  2 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 3046 Dreyfuss, G 14805                 Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        L19 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 122                  14723
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
       seating                                                       5 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 201 Pouladdege, P 14561               20 OR A02 21
     Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  3 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 2031 Dreyfuss, G 14806                   A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved        6 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 233                       14562
       seating                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                      — Earth Science (ESCI) —
     Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                            109 NS FYE:CHGO ROCkS! GEOLGY IN CITY                        3.0
                                                                     L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 117 Cotte, J               14769       1 10:50a-12:05p TR           SCI 120 Hemzacek, J 13450
       — Women’s Studies program (WSp) —                                 Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    seating
101 HU wOMEN’S PERSPECTIVES & VALUES              3.0                    Departmental Approval Required                            2 12:15p- 1:30p TR           SCI 120 Hemzacek, J 13451
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M          FA 153             14486                     Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  2 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 2109 Fuller, L 14487                                                                                     seating
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 126 Hoagland, S 14807               177 MA ELEM FCT SCIENCE/MATH                           3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 325 Finley, P               14580     123 NS GEOLOGY,RESOURCES & ENVIRNMNT                         3.0
                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        1 12:15p- 1:30p TR           SCI 102 Easterday, C 13468
     MATHEMATICS/QUANTITATIVE REASONING                                    A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                     2 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 233 Hardy, J        14582             20 OR A02 21
                — Mathematics (MATH) —                                   Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        2 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 102                              13470
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
104 MA COLLEGE ALGEBRA                                3.0            3 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 112                 14584             20 OR A02 21
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 233 Gleyzer, J             14040                 Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        L19 09:10a-11:50a F          EC 106                    14496
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                   A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    4 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 201                       14585             20 OR A02 21
112 MA STATISTICS IN DAILY LIFE                       3.0                Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 08:00a-09:15a TR        SCI 113 Kupiec, A      14044                   A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              L18 5:20p- 8:50p T           EC 128                    14743
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                                                                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                                                                                        20 OR A02 21
                                                                                   — psychology (pSyC) —                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 129                        14045
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR           302 MA STATS & RESEARCH METHODS II             3.0
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    1 08:35a-09:50a MW SCI 242 Silverthorn, N 14235
                                                                        Prerequisites: ENGL 102 AND PSYC 202,                                      — physics (pHyS) —
  3 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 129                      14046
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                Major Restriction: A&S-Psychology                        103 NS UNIVERSE:PAST,PRESENT,FUTURE                   3.0
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 242 Silverthorn, N 14237                1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 101 Gulkarov, I 14096
  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 137 Duggal, V       14765                Prerequisites: ENGL 102 AND PSYC 202,                         Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                Major Restriction: A&S-Psychology                              20 OR A02 21
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                                                                                  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 101 Gulkarov, I 14098
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                                    — Sociology (SoC) —                                20 OR A02 21
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                   212 MA INTRO TO SOCIAL STATISTICS                      3.0      3 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 101 Delzenero, R 14100
113 MA QUANTITATIVE REASONING                         3.0            1 1:00p- 3:50p F                     Davis, G     14355          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR                     Kupiec, A 14047                Prerequisites: SOC 100 AND SOC 211 OR SOC 337 AND              20 OR A02 21
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                 MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR A02 22 OR A0          4 10:50a-12:05p TR       SCI 101 Khalili, M      14102
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                       Major Restriction: A&S-Sociologyy                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  2 09:25a-10:40a TR                     Kupiec, A 14050                                                                               20 OR A02 21
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24


24                                                                                                                                    Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                         General Education Courses
Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                              Credits   Course No.        Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.       CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.     Instr.          CRN

  5   2:50p- 4:05p TR       SCI 101 Khalili, M      14104            2    4:30p- 6:20p R        SCI 216 Meegoda, M 13267           7 7:05p- 9:45p W          SCI 156                      13111
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02                3:00p- 4:50p MW SCI 210 Meegoda, M                       L18 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 122                       14864
        20 OR A02 21                                                      Special Fees: $15.00                                         Comments: At EL Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  6 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 101 Gulkarov, I 14105                             Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR     215 SB HUMAN ORIGINS:INTRO BIO ANTH                         3.0
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02                  A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                             1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 156                            13113
        20 OR A02 21                                                                                                               2 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 156                            13114
  7 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 101 Khalili, M      14107                          — Earth Science (ESCI) —
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        20 OR A02 21                                               121 NSL INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE                  3.0                    — Computer Science (CS) —
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p M        EC 108                  14776            1 09:00a-10:50a M         SCI 116 Hemzacek, J 13453         100 SB COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY                                 3.0
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02               11:00a-11:50a MW SCI 102 Hemzacek, J                      1 10:50a-12:05p TR           FA 108 Caftori, N         13397
        20 OR A02 21                                                     Special Fees: $10.00                                      2 4:15p- 5:30p TR            FA 108 Caftori, N         13398
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR        L96 12:25p- 1:40p MW EC 121                            14445
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
       — phys. Ed. Major Theory (pEMT) —                             2 11:00a-11:50a MW SCI 102 Hemzacek, J 13456                  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T           EC 121 Iehl, E            14729
                                                                         09:00a-10:50a W       SCI 120 Hemzacek, J                     Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
109 NS FYE:CHICAGO BODY wORkS                               3.0          Special Fees: $10.00
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF PE 2140 Thall, M                  13673                                                                      L19 11:20a- 2:00p S          EC 121 Iehl, E            14730
                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
       seating                                                       3 11:00a-11:50a MW SCI 102 Hemzacek, J 13458                109 SB FYE:INFMTNAGE:IMPACT CHGO CULT                        3.0
     Departmental Approval Required                                      10:00a-11:50a F       SCI 116 Hemzacek, J                 1 1:00p- 2:15p MW                        Porps, F      14844
     Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                            Special Fees: $10.00                                          Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF PE 2140 Thall, M                   13675            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR              seating
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Departmental Approval Required
       seating                                                       4 2:00p- 3:50p MW SCI 120 Upadhyay, H 13460                       Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Special Fees: $10.00                                      2 12:15p- 1:30p TR           FA 108 Caftori, N         14867
     Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    seating
                NATURAL SCIENCE LABS                                     Departmental Approval Required                                Departmental Approval Required
                                                                         Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                        Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
                    — Biology (BIo) —                                5 3:50p- 5:30p TR         SCI 120 Sanders, L 13462
100 NSL INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY                            3.0           Special Fees: $10.00                                                     — Economics (ECon) —
  1 08:00a-09:50a M         SCI 309 Spaeth, V           13141            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                            215 SB PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS                    3.0
      10:00a-10:50a MW CLS 1001 Spaeth, V                                                                                          1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 113 Ward, J               13408
      Special Fees: $10.00                                           6 5:40p- 7:20p TR         SCI 120 Sanders, L 13463
                                                                         Special Fees: $10.00                                          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  2 10:00a-10:50a MW CLS 1001 Spaeth, V                 13146                                                                            20 OR A02 21
      08:00a-09:50a W       SCI 309 Spaeth, V                            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              2 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 113 Ward, J         13410
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  3 10:00a-10:50a MW CLS 1001 Spaeth, V                 13147        7 7:05p- 8:45p MW SCI 120 Upadhyay, H 13465
                                                                         Special Fees: $10.00                                            20 OR A02 21
      08:00a-09:50a F       SCI 309 Spaeth, V                                                                                      3 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2071 Cepon, M             13412
      Special Fees: $10.00                                               Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  5 09:25a-10:15a TR        SCI 101 Rihani, K           13148                                                                            20 OR A02 21
      10:25a-12:10p T       SCI 309 Rihani, K                        L19 08:30a-12:00p S       EC 128 Jones, N        14494
                                                                         Special Fees: $10.00                                      4 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2071 Cepon, M             13413
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  6 10:25a-12:10p R         SCI 309 Rihani, K           13149            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    20 OR A02 21
      09:25a-10:15a TR      SCI 101 Rihani, K                                                                                      5 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 129 Stuart, E               13414
      Special Fees: $10.00                                               Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                     L18 5:20p- 8:50p T        EC 122 Jones, N        14742            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  7 4:15p- 5:05p MW SCI 112 Ruderfer, I                 13151                                                                            20 OR A02 21
      5:15p- 7:00p M        SCI 309 Ruderfer, I                          Special Fees: $10.00
                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR        6 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 129 Bergan, D 13416
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  8 5:15p- 7:00p W          SCI 309 Ruderfer, I         13153              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
                                                                         Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        20 OR A02 21
      4:15p- 5:05p MW SCI 112 Ruderfer, I                                                                                          7 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 129 Bergan, D 13418
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  9 2:50p- 4:40p T          SCI 309 Readey, M           13156                         — physics (pHyS) —                                 20 OR A02 21
      2:50p- 4:40p R        SCI 309 Readey, M                                                                                      L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 127                  14731
      Special Fees: $10.00                                         110 NSL PHYSICS IN EVERYDAY LIFE                     3.0
                                                                     1 3:00p- 5:00p R         SCI 209 Dolan, P       14111             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  10 5:40p- 7:30p T         SCI 309                     13158                                                                            20 OR A02 21
      5:40p- 7:30p R        SCI 309                                     5:40p- 6:55p TR       SCI 101               Dolan, P
                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR             Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Special Fees: $10.00
  4 11:00a-12:50p F         SCI 309 Rihani, K           13677             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                             217 SB PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS                    3.0
      09:25a-10:15a TR      SCI 101 Rihani, K                        2 5:40p- 6:55p TR        SCI 101 Dolan, P       14112         1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 2071 Cepon, M             13419
      Special Fees: $10.00                                              7:15p- 9:15p R        SCI 209 Dolan, P                         Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
  L18 09:30a-11:10a S       SCI 309 Casimir, L          14717           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR               20 OR A02 21
      4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 128 Casimir, L                             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               2 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 2071                13421
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                               SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                                  20 OR A02 21
  L19 6:10p- 8:50p M        EC 106 Casimir, L           14718                                                                      3 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 2071                13423
      11:30a- 1:10p S       SCI 309 Casimir, L                           — African & African Amer. Std (AFAM) —                        Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
      Special Fees: $10.00                                         200 SB INTRO TO AFR & AFR-AMER STUDIE                 3.0             20 OR A02 21
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3044                      13022        4 2:50p- 4:05p MW SCI 113 Ciecierski, C 13424
                                                                     2 12:15p- 1:30p TR SCI 211                       14808            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                                                                                         20 OR A02 21
                — Chemistry (CHEM) —                                                                                               5 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 2071 Curran, B              13426
110 NSL CHEMICAL CONCEPTS                            3.0                           — Anthropology (AnTH) —                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 12:00p- 1:50p MW SCI 210 Mataka, J            13261            212 SB INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                 3.0             20 OR A02 21
     Special Fees: $15.00                                            1 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 156                      13002        6 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 113 Gollan, K       13428
     Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR              2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 156                      13036            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
      A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     3 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 2044                      13107              20 OR A02 21
     Departmental Approval Required                                  4 08:00a-09:15a TR  SCI 156 Zanca, R             13108        7 7:05p- 8:20p TR         SCI 113 Gollan, K       13429
     Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                          5 09:25a-10:40a TR  CLS 3031 Zanca, R            13109            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                     6 10:50a-12:05p TR  SCI 156 Luedke, T            13110              20 OR A02 21
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     General Education Courses                                                                                                              Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.        Title                                   Credits   Course No.        Title                                  Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN

  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 137                  14732                                                                              110 SB LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT                                3.0
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02              — Latino & Latin American Studies (LLAS) —                        1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 311 Schuepfer, T               14219
        20 OR A02 21                                                101 SB INTRO TO LATINO & L. A. STUDIE                       3.0      2 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 311 Schuepfer, T               14221
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 240 Ortiz, V          14049        L19 12:25p- 1:40p MW EC 107                            14649
                                                                      2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 228 Bueno, C          14051            Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski
     - geography & Environmental Studies (gES) -                    109 SB FYE:ART,THOUGHT, & REVLTN CHGO                       3.0      L18 3:05p- 5:45p W        EC 107 Zarankin, S           14785
104 SB INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY                             3.0      1 08:00a-08:50a MWF                     Mendoza, J 14052               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 102 Schmidt, C 13804                           Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  2 7:05p- 9:45p R             SCI 102 Mostek, J         13806             seating                                                                       — Sociology (SoC) —
  3 09:25a-10:40a TR           SCI 102 Qutub, M          13807           Departmental Approval Required
                                                                         Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                      100 SB INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                             3.0
  4 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 102 Good, E                    13808                                                                           1 08:00a-09:15a TR           CLS 3105 Galary, A        14334
  L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR          EC 123                    14747                                                                           2 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3105                           14336
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                              — NEIU Multi/Interdisp Studies —                             3 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3105                           14337
109A SB FYE:CHGO GEOGPHS:GLOBAL CHICAG                       3.0                      — Sociology (SoC) —                                4 12:15p- 1:30p TR           CLS 3094 Galary, A        14339
  1 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 224 Schmidt, C 13811                                                                                            5 2:25p- 3:40p MW CLS 3094 Kourvetaris, A 14340
      Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved      104 SB SCHOOLS AND SOCIETY                                 3.0       6 4:15p- 5:30p TR            CLS 3094 Perlow, O        14342
        seating                                                       1 09:00a-11:50a F        FA 216                       14226        L18 6:10p- 8:50p W           EC 126 Ryan, D            14788
                                                                         Departmental Approval Required                                      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
150 SB INTRO TO ENVIRNMNTL STUDIES                           3.0         Comments: AuthX5571 Cross Lstd w/EDFN 104
  1 TBA                Online Good, E                    13812                                                                         105 SB wOMEN, MEN & SOCIAL CHANGE                            3.0
      Comments: See Department Notes                                                                                                     1 09:25a-10:40a TR           CLS 3094 Galary, A        14344
  2 7:05p- 9:45p W             SCI 364 Banerjee, A 13813                            — political Science (pSCI) —                         2 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3105 Edwards, M 14346
  3 10:50a-12:05p TR           SCI 364 Jones, D          13832      109 SB FYE:CIV ENGMNT,SOC CHNGE CHGO                  3.0            3 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3094 Edwards, M 14347
                                                                      L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 122 Linares, J            14777             L18 6:10p- 8:50p T           EC 107 Ryan, D            14789
                     — History (HIST) —                                   Departmental Approval Required                                     Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
111A SB wORLD HIST: wEST TO 1500                            3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                     109 SB FYE:INVESTIGATING CHICAGO                             3.0
  1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3031 Raley, M                   14497      210 SB INTRO TO POLITICAL SCIENCE                     3.0            1 09:00a-11:50a F            FA 218                    14349
  2 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 3031 Raley, M                    14499        1 2:25p- 3:40p MW CLS 2071 Thompson, M 14159                           Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 3031 Rosa, S             14500        2 5:40p- 6:55p MW                                14161                   seating
  4 4:15p- 5:30p TR         CLS 3031 Rosa, S             14502        L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 106                 14778                 Comments: First Year Students Only
111B SB wORLD HIST: wEST, 1500-PRESENT                      3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 2094 Schiffman, Z        14504      216 SB AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                   3.0
  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 3031 Steinwedel, C       14505        W1 6:00p- 8:40p F         SCI 222 Owens, L       13099
  3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 2094 Steinwedel, C       14506        W2 10:50a- 1:30p S        CLS 2071               13100
111C SB wORLD HISTORY: EAST ASIA                            3.0       W3 12:30p- 3:10p U                               13101
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3031 Eisenberg, A              14507        1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 3105 Swopes, R 14162
  2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3031 Eisenberg, A              14508        2 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2044 Swopes, R 14164
                                                                      3 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2105 Swopes, R 14166
111D SB wORLD HIST: LATIN AMERICA                           3.0       4 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2105 Benjamin, R 14168
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 2081 Bueno, C            14509        5 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3020 Kasule, S           14169
  2 4:15p- 5:30p TR         CLS 2094 Grossman, R         14510        6 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 3020 Hill, J               14171
  3 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 2094 Grossman, R         14511        7 3:00p- 3:50p MTR CLS 2105 Cannon, E 14172
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 107 Gerdow, G             14749        8 08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 2105 Fine, L       14174
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        9 10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 3081 Fine, L       14175
111E SB wORLD HISTORY: AFRICA                               3.0       10 12:15p- 1:30p TR                              14177
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 2094 Tuck, M             14512        11 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 2071 Kasule, S            14179
  2 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 2020 Tuck, M             14513        12 4:15p- 5:30p TR        SCI 233 De Bruyn, M 14180
214 SB U.S. HISTORY 1607-1877                               3.0       13 5:40p- 6:55p TR        CLS 3094 Neddenriep, G 14182
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3031 Riess, S                  14514        15 10:50a- 1:30p S        CLS 2105               14184
  2 10:25a-11:40a MW SCI 219 Schmeller, M                14515        14 6:00p- 8:40p F         CLS 2071 Owens, L      14642
      Departmental Approval Required                                  16 TBA             Online              Swopes, R 14645
      Comments: CASEP See Dept Notes                                      Comments: Online Course
  3 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2094 Morgan, F                 14516        L18 09:10a-10:25a MW EC 106                      14648
  4 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 2094 Schmeller, M               14517            Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski
  5 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 2020 Gerdow, G                  14518        WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 137                 14779
  6 2:50p- 4:05p MW CLS 3031 Morgan, F                   14519            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 107 Gerdow, G             14520
      Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski                                        — Honors program (ZpSC) —
215 SB U.S. HISTORY 1877-PRESENT                            3.0     193 SB HONORS INTRO TO SOCIAL SCIENCE–                     3.0
  WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S       CIS 504 Ali, S               13043        1 12:15p- 1:30p TR       SCI 229 Mihic, S             13106
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 2094 Gerdow, G                  14521           Departmental Approval Required
  2 10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 2020 Johnson, J          14522           Comments: Consent of Honors Reqd
  3 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 2020 Bacino, L           14523
  4 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 2044 Bacino, L           14524
  5 7:05p- 8:20p TR         CLS 3031 Hoff, T             14525                       — psychology (pSyC) —
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 107                       14750      100 SB SURVEY OF PSYCHOLOGY                                3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        1 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 311 Takahashi, M        14216
                                                                      2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 311                           14217
                — Justice Studies (JuST) —                            L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 126 Zarankin, S          14784
                                                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
109 SB FYE:JUSTICE IN CHICAGO                               3.0
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR                      Natcone, A 13574          109 SB FYE:GROwING UP IN CHICAGO                           3.0
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved         1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 317 Church, R                   13730
       seating                                                            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                          Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only




26                                                                                                                                          Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                     FYE - First Year Experience
Course No.        Title                                        Credits   Course No.        Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.     Instr.               CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN



   First Year Experience                                                                 — Justice Studies (JuST) —
                                                                         109 FYE FYE:JUSTICE IN CHICAGO                              3.0
                                                                                                                                                       College of Education
                                                                           1 10:50a-12:05p TR                      Natcone, A 13574
  The First-Year Experience Program is a multi-faceted, university-           Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved              — Educational Leadership (ELAD) —
  wide initiative that engages students in a comprehensive series of            seating
  activities designed to ensure their success in higher education.                                                                          109 FYE FYE:SCHL’S OUT:CHGO NTD ED PRG                      3.0
                                                                              Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                        1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 3106 Koffman, E 14828
  The four basic principles of the First-Year Experience are
  Transitions, Academics, Self-discovery, and Future Planning.                                                                                   Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  There are two aspects of the First-Year Experience Program: the           — Latino & Latin American Studies (LLAS) —                             seating
  curricular and the co-curricular. At the center of the curricular                                                                              Departmental Approval Required
                                                                         109 FYE FYE:ART,THOUGHT, & REVLTN CHGO                      3.0         Comments: Permit D130-Yr1 Students Only
  aspect is the Freshman Colloquium. These courses offer students          1 08:00a-08:50a MWF                     Mendoza, J 14052
  an initial opportunity to explore new areas of study, to develop            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  wider intellectual interests and to improve their analytical and              seating
                                                                                                                                                   — phys. Ed. Major Theory (pEMT) —
  communicative abilities. The focus on students’ preparation for             Departmental Approval Required                                109 FYE FYE:CHICAGO BODY wORkS                              3.0
  general academic expectations accompanied by some type of                   Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                        1 11:00a-11:50a MWF PE 2140 Thall, M                  13673
  field experience (e.g., civic engagement, research component,                                                                                  Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  service learning) situates the course as a bridge to the university                                                                              seating
  experience and higher education, as well as a matrix for future                             — Dance (DAnC) —                                   Departmental Approval Required
  development and active participation in society. On the co-            109 FYE FYE:STEPPIN OUT-DANCE IN CHGO                       3.0         Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
  curricular side, components across the University function to            1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 145 Burton, R          13448        2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF PE 2140 Thall, M                   13675
  support students’ endeavors toward full engagement in university            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved           Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  and the community, and success in their future endeavors.                     seating                                                            seating
                                                                              Departmental Approval Required                                     Departmental Approval Required
                Arts and Sciences                                             Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                           Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only

                                                                                               — Music (MuS) —
                          — Art (ArT) —                                  109 FYE FYE:CHI-TUNES:MUSIC IN CHICAGO        3.0
109 FYE FYE:ART,ARCHTCT & URBN DSGN CH                      3.0            1 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 152 Gerritson, S 13629
  1 3:00p- 6:00p W            FA 225A Hanks, A          14865                 Departmental Approval Required
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved                 Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
       seating                                                             2 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 152 Gerritson, S 13633
     Departmental Approval Required                                           Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                                 Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only

                — Computer Science (CS) —                                                — political Science (pSCI) —
109 FYE FYE:INFMTNAGE:IMPACT CHGO CULT                      3.0          109 FYE FYE:CIV ENGMNT,SOC CHNGE CHGO                      3.0
  1 1:00p- 2:15p MW                       Porps, F      14844              L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 122 Linares, J                 14777
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved                  Departmental Approval Required
       seating                                                                 Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                                             — psychology (pSyC) —
  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 108 Caftori, N         14867
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved            109 FYE FYE:GROwING UP IN CHICAGO                          3.0
       seating                                                             1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 317 Church, R                   13730
     Departmental Approval Required                                           Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                                 Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only

                 — Earth Science (ESCI) —                                                   — Sociology (SoC) —
109 FYE FYE:CHGO ROCkS! GEOLGY IN CITY                      3.0          109 FYE FYE:INVESTIGATING CHICAGO                           3.0
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          SCI 120 Hemzacek, J 13450                    1 09:00a-11:50a F           FA 218                    14349
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved                 Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
       seating                                                                  seating
  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 120 Hemzacek, J 13451                       Comments: First Year Students Only
     Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
       seating                                                           - Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) -
                                                                         109 FYE FYE:LANGUGE & DIVRSITY IN CHGO                      3.0
                    — English (EngL) —                                     1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3046 Burian, T                14804
109C FYE FYE:DRAMA & DIVERSITY IN CHGO                       3.0              Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3081 Barnett, T                14846                  seating
      Departmental Approval Required                                          Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only
      Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                             2 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 3046 Dreyfuss, G 14805
                                                                              Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
109D FYE FYE:LANGUAGE & LITCY ETHNO CHG                      3.0                seating
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 2054 Schroeder, C 14847                    Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only
      Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved             3 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 2031 Dreyfuss, G 14806
        seating                                                               Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
      Departmental Approval Required                                            seating
      Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                                Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only

 — geography & Environmental Studies (gES) —
109A FYE FYE:CHGO GEOGPHS:GLOBAL CHICAG                      3.0
  1 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 224 Schmidt, C 13811
      Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
        seating




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  Carruthers Center for
  Inner City Studies Courses                                                                                                               Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.       Title                                  Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN



     Carruthers Center for                                                    College of Education                                                    — Leadership (LEAD) —
                                                                                                                                      421 FDTNS ED LDRSHIP & ORG STDS                            3.0
     Inner City Studies                                              — Educational Leadership & Development —
                                                                                                                                        J3 08:30a- 2:30p S         CIS 211 Gil-Garcia, A 14530
                                                                                                                                           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                                                                                             Program,Graduate SAL
     Courses                                                              — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —
                                                                  306 EDUCATION & INDIV DIFFERENCES                            3.0
                                                                                                                                           Departmental Approval Required
                                                                                                                                           Comments: Authorization - CLS 4009
                                                                    WJ1 12:30p- 3:10p S   CIS 520                           14469
Refer to the individual academic departments in the                                                                                   422 ELEM/SEC SCHL ADMIN & SUPRVSN                          3.0
department notes section for important information which                 — Inner City Studies Education (ICSE) —                        J4 08:30a- 2:30p S         CIS 407                    14533
may affect your enrollment and registration. Also, refer to the                                                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
policy on first class session attendance.                         103    INTRO TO INNER CITY STUDIES                            3.0          Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                    J1    10:30a- 1:15p R         CIS 406 Bethea, S          13914         Departmental Approval Required
Students enrolled at any one of the following sites are
                                                                  201    HIST & CULT OF ETHNIC GROUPS                           3.0        Comments: Authorization - CLS 4009
considered on-campus Northeastern Illinois University students                                                                          J2 4:15p- 6:55p W          CIS 504 Pittman, D 14613
and are charged the appropriate tuition and fees: Main Campus       J1    10:30a- 1:15p T         CIS 504 Williams, L 13917
                                                                                                                                           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
(5500 N. St. Louis), El Centro (3119 N. Pulaski), the Jacob H.    301    RACISM IN THEORY AND FACT                              3.0          Program,Graduate SAL
Carruthers Center for Inner City Studies (700 E. Oakwood), and      J1    10:30a- 1:15p M         CIS 406 Thompson, A 13920
the Chicago Teachers' Center (770 N. Halsted).                                                                                        424 SCHOOL SUPERVISION                                     3.0
                                                                  302    THE INNER CITY COMMUNITY                               3.0     J3 08:30a- 2:30p S         CIS 503                    14536
                                                                    J1    10:30a- 1:15p W         CIS 407 O’Connor, R 13921                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                Arts and Sciences                                 303    THRY & MTHD ETHNIC GRP RESRCH                          3.0          Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                    J1    6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 407 Starks, R          13923         Departmental Approval Required
                                                                  304    COMMUNICATN IN THE INNER CITY                          3.0        Comments: Authorization - CLS 4009
            — Communication (CMTC) —
                                                                    J1    1:30p- 4:15p T          CIS 504 Gill, C            13924    432 SCHOOL FINANCE                                         3.0
101 FOUNDATIONS OF COMMUNICATION                          3.0                                                                           J2 7:05p- 9:45p T          CIS 503 Pittman, D 14612
  WJ1 12:30p- 3:10p S CIS 402 Allen, H                 13013      326    LANG BHV INR CTY COMMUNITIES                           3.0
                                                                    J1    1:30p- 4:15p F          CIS 504 Gill, C            13925         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                                                                                             Program,Graduate SAL
                   — English (EngL) —                             329F   PRSM ICS:CONTEMPORARY ISSUES                           3.0
101 wRITING I                                             3.0       J1    6:30p- 9:15p T          CIS 403 O’Connor, R 13926                      — Health Education (HLED) —
  WJ1 6:00p- 8:40p F         CIS 504 Johnson, Z        13023      329L   PRSM ICS:AFRICAN COMMUNICTNS                           3.0
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                                                                                    107 HEALTH FOR EFFECTIVE LIVING                           2.0
                                                                    J1    1:30p- 4:15p R          CIS 504 Vernon, G          13927      J1 08:00a-09:50a S   CIS 403A Jones, L               13547
      Departmental Approval Required
                                                                  329O   PRSM ICS:wEST AFR LIFE HST&CUL                         3.0
335 wRTN COMUNICATNS FOR BUSINESS                         3.0       J1    6:30p- 9:15p R          CIS 406 Ben Levi, J 13928
  WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S        CIS 406                   13025                                                                                          — Teacher Education —
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                    329P   PRSM ICS:HISTORY OF AFRICA                             3.0
                                                                    J1    6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 403 Grantham, C 13930                   — Elementary Education (ELED) —
                    — History (HIST) —                            411    GRAD STUDY IN THE INNER CITY                           3.0   315 TCHG INNER CITY ELEM SCHOOL                           3.0
                                                                    J1    6:30p- 9:15p M          CIS 117 Jones, Y           13932      J1 1:30p- 4:15p W         CIS 402 Chase, K           13519
215 SB U.S. HISTORY 1877-PRESENT                          3.0                                                                              Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
  WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S CIS 504 Ali, S                   13043              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL                                           Comments: May be Used for ICSE Minor
                — Mathematics (MATH) —                            416    HIST & CULT AFRO-AMERICANS                             3.0
141 MA COLLEGE MATHEMATICS I                          3.0           J1    6:30p- 9:15p M          CIS 408 Thompson, A 13934
  WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S       CIS 402                13096                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                    Program,Graduate SAL
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                 425A   SEM RL&PHL:CMPRTV REL&PHLSYST                          3.0
      Departmental Approval Required                                J1    6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 406 Ben Levi, J 13936
      Comments: Permit Reqd                                               Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411,
                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
              College of                                                    Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                  426    HIST & PHIL BLACk EDUCATION                            3.0
       Business & Management                                        J1    6:30p- 9:15p T          CIS 406 Hammond, A 13937
                                                                          Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411,
                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                — Accounting (ACTg) —                                       Program,Graduate SAL
300 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING                           3.0        427A   SM ICS:AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMNT                         3.0
  WJ1 09:00a-11:50a S        CIS 520                13011           J1    6:30p- 9:15p R          CIS 408 Starks, R          13938
       Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                 Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411,
  A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL
        Academic Development                                      442
                                                                    J1
                                                                         RCH MTDS INNER CITY STUDIES
                                                                          6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 408 Thompson, A 13939
                                                                                                                                3.0

                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
       — English Language program (ELp) —                                   Program,Graduate SAL
099 DEVELOPMENTAL wRITING                                 3.0     443    RESEARCH wRITING                                       3.0
  20 09:25a-10:40a MW CIS 402 O’Connor, J              14478        J1    6:30p- 9:15p T          CIS 117 Jones, Y           13940
     Departmental Approval Required                                       Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411 AND ICSE 442 OR
     Comments: Authorization Reqd - CLS 2046                                ICST 442,
                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                  454    MASTERS PROJECT RESEARCH                               3.0
                                                                    J1    6:30p- 9:15p R          CIS 117 Jones, Y           13941
                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                          Departmental Approval Required
                                                                          Comments: Consent of Department




28                                                                                                                                         Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                      El Centro Courses
Course No.       Title                                         Credits   Course No.        Title                             Credits   Course No.        Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times            Days    Locat.     Instr.               CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.      CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.     Instr.          CRN



   EL Centro Courses                                                                       — Chemistry (CHEM) —
                                                                         103 NS CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY                           3.0    101 wRITING I
                                                                                                                                                           — English (EngL) —
                                                                                                                                                                                                   3.0
                                                                           L18 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 123                  14722       L19 09:10a-10:25a TR       EC 106                      14488
  NEIU-El Centro                                                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7
  The NEIU-El Centro campus is located approximately four miles                  20 OR A02 21                                                Departmental Approval Required
  south of the main campus at 3119 North Pulaski Road, one block               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  south of Belmont Avenue. NEIU-El Centro makes available the              L19 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 122                  14723       L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 106                             14736
  general education program of the University to students who                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7
  are interested in taking classes primarily during the evening                  20 OR A02 21                                                Departmental Approval Required
  hours and/or on the weekends. In addition, NEIU-El Centro                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  offers undergraduate courses from the Social Work and Human                                                                            WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F         EC 122                      14737
  Resource Development programs and graduate courses from the                                                                                Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7
  Educational Leadership and Development and Reading programs.                       — Communication (CMTC) —                                Departmental Approval Required
  All the classes at NEIU-El Centro are taught in English, with the      100 HU INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION                  3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  exception of the language courses.                                       L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR         EC 137               14724
  Course Registration Procedures:                                              Level Restriction: Undergraduate                        102 wRITING II                                              3.0
  NEIU students admitted through NEIU-El Centro get priority                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S        EC 106                      14738
  course registration at NEIU-El Centro. Non-El Centro students                                                                              Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8
  planning on taking any of the following classes at NEIU-El Centro      101 FOUNDATIONS OF COMMUNICATION                      3.0           Departmental Approval Required
  may register during all registration periods. Math and English           L18 6:10p- 8:50p F          EC 127               14725            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  courses taken at El Centro require El Centro’s departmental                                                                          202 HU THE wORLD OF DRAMA                                   3.0
  approval. Please refer to the individual academic departments          202 VOICE AND DICTION                                 3.0       L18 11:00a-12:15p MWF EC 106                           14490
  in the department notes section for important information which          L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 127               14726            Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
  may affect your enrollment and registration. Also, refer to the              Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Departmental Approval Required
  policy on first class session attendance. Students taking classes at                                                                       Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  the NEIU-El Centro campus are considered Northeastern Illinois                             — Media (CMTM) —                          203 HU THE wORLD OF FICTION                                 3.0
  University students and are charged the appropriate tuition and                                                                        L18 6:10p- 8:50p W         EC 123 Eze, C               14739
  fees. For more information call: 773-442-4080.                         160 FA THE ART OF FILM & VIDEO                        3.0
                                                                           L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 123                 14727            Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Departmental Approval Required
                Arts and Sciences                                        370 PUBLIC RELATIONS                                  3.0
                                                                                                                                             Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                           L18 1:10p- 3:50p S        EC 127                 14728
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                   — Spanish (SpAn) —
                — Anthropology (AnTH) —                                                                                                224 INTENSIVE READING OF SPANISH                            3.0
212 SB INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                            3.0                     — Computer Science (CS) —                       L18 6:10p- 8:50p T         EC 128                      14793
  L18 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 122                            14864                                                                          Prerequisites: SPAN 103,
      Comments: At EL Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                             100 SB COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY                          3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                           L96 12:25p- 1:40p MW EC 121                      14445      250 COMPOSITION/SPANISH-SPkNG II                            3.0
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                    L18 6:10p- 8:50p R         EC 105                      14795
                         — Art (ArT) —                                     L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 121 Iehl, E         14729            Prerequisites: SPAN 228,
101 FA ART IN SOCIETY                                            3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  L18 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 108 Kellerman, M               14440        L19 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 121 Iehl, E         14730
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                                                                                           - geography & Environmental Studies (gES) -
106 FA INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY I                             3.0                                                                   104 SB INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY                            3.0
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p W        EC 108 Kellerman, M               14714                       — Earth Science (ESCI) —                       L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 123                       14747
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                         121 NSL INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE                  3.0
170B FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PAINTING                             3.0       L19 08:30a-12:00p S       EC 128 Jones, N         14494
  L18 3:20p- 5:20p MW EC 108 Kellerman, M                     14715            Special Fees: $10.00                                                         — History (HIST) —
      Special Fees: $5.00                                                      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                   A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                            111D SB wORLD HIST: LATIN AMERICA                           3.0
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                    L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 107 Gerdow, G             14749
170G FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: DRAwING                              3.0                                                                         Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  L18 5:40p- 8:10p TR       EC 108 Kellerman, M               14716        L18 5:20p- 8:50p T        EC 122 Jones, N         14742
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                     Special Fees: $10.00                                    214 SB U.S. HISTORY 1607-1877                               3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                 Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR        WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 107 Gerdow, G             14520
                                                                                 A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                     — Biology (BIo) —                                                                                                 215 SB U.S. HISTORY 1877-PRESENT                            3.0
                                                                         123 NS GEOLOGY,RESOURCES & ENVIRNMNT                   3.0      WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 107                       14750
100 NSL INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY                                  3.0       L19 09:10a-11:50a F       EC 106                  14496           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  L18 09:30a-11:10a S       SCI 309 Casimir, L                14717            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
      4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 128 Casimir, L                                    20 OR A02 21
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                     Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                                  — Justice Studies (JuST) —
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                             L18 5:20p- 8:50p T        EC 128                  14743     101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL JUSTICE                3.0
  L19 6:10p- 8:50p M        EC 106 Casimir, L                 14718            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02      L18 6:10p- 8:50p R         EC 122 Miranda, M 14758
      11:30a- 1:10p S       SCI 309 Casimir, L                                   20 OR A02 21                                                Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                     Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                         202 JUSTICE AND INEQUALITY                        3.0
                                                                                                                                         L18 6:10p- 8:50p R         EC 105            14759
104 NS THE CHANGING NATURAL ENVIRONME                            3.0                      — Economics (ECon) —                               Prerequisites: JUST 101,
  L96 09:10a-10:50a TR      EC 128                            14443                                                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                             215 SB PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS                    3.0
  L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 128 Casimir, L                       14719        L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 127                  14731     327 IMM POL & HUMAN RTS/CENT AMER                 3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                 Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02      L18 6:10p- 8:50p W         EC 105            14761
  L19 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 128 Casimir, L                 14720              20 OR A02 21                                                Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                 Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                         217 SB PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS                    3.0                      — Linguistics (LIng) —
                                                                           L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 137                  14732     120 HU LANGUAGE & HUMAN BEHAVIOR                            3.0
                                                                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02       L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 134 Strid, J              14764
                                                                                 20 OR A02 21                                                Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
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     El Centro Courses                                                                                                             Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.        Title                             Credits   Course No.      Title                                 Credits   Course No.       Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.      CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.          CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN


                — Mathematics (MATH) —                                        — psychology (pSyC) —                                         College of
112 MA STATISTICS IN DAILY LIFE                        3.0    100 SB SURVEY OF PSYCHOLOGY                              3.0
  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 137 Duggal, V        14765       L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 126 Zarankin, S        14784            Business & Management
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
        A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                            110 SB LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT                             3.0
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                          — Business Law (BLAW) —
                                                                L19 12:25p- 1:40p MW EC 107                         14649
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski                       285 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS                          3.0
143 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS II                             3.0      L18 3:05p- 5:45p W        EC 107 Zarankin, S        14785       L18 6:10p- 8:55p M        EC 121                      14721
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 123 Duggal, V        14768           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR      300Q PRSM:PSYC OF LATINO:MNTL HLTH                       3.0
        A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
      Departmental Approval Required
                                                                L18 6:10p- 8:50p W        EC 107 Zarankin, S
                                                                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                                                                    14786             Academic Development
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
163 MA ELEM FUNCTIONS FOR BUSINESS                     3.0                                                                          - English as Second Language (ESL) -
  L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 117 Cotte, J               14769
                                                                               — Sociology (SoC) —
                                                                                                                              120 ENGLISH LANGUAGE wORkSHOP III                          3.0
      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR      100 SB INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                         3.0      L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 126 Prez, P              14869
        A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              L18 6:10p- 8:50p W         EC 126 Ryan, D           14788           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                105 SB wOMEN, MEN & SOCIAL CHANGE                        3.0                    — Mathematics (MATH) —
165 FIN MATH-BUS/SOC SCI                               3.0      L18 6:10p- 8:50p T         EC 107 Ryan, D           14789
  L18 7:10p- 8:25p MW EC 117 Cotte, J               14770           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                  090 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA                            3.0
      Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02                                                                      L18 09:10a-10:50a TR      EC 134                  14538
                                                              270 SOCIOLOGY OF LATINAS                                 3.0          Departmental Approval Required
        26 OR A02 27                                            L18 6:10p- 8:50p R         EC 106 Zurita, M         14790
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                091 BASIC ALGEBRA                                      3.0
                                                              316 RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS                            3.0      L18 11:00a-12:15p TR      EC 134                  14540
                                                                WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F         EC 126 Almanza, D        14791           Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02
                      — Music (MuS) —                               Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                              17 OR A02 18
101 FA THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE                         3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Departmental Approval Required
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 106                 14772      340 SOCIOLOGY OF SEXUALITIES                             3.0          Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S        EC 107                   14792
104 FA MUSIC CONCEPTS: INTRODUCTION                   3.0           Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR WSP 101,                                          — reading (rEAD) —
  WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 106 Teruel, H       14653            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                  116 READING FOR ADV ESL STUDENT                            3.0
                                                                                                                                L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 122 O’Connor, J                14787
                                                                              — Social Work (SWK) —                                 Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                  — philosophy (pHIL) —                       200 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL wORk                          3.0
101 HU CRITICAL THINkING                              3.0       L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 137 Fitzgerald, D    14797
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 105                 14773            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                             College of Education
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                207 SOCIAL wELFARE POLICY I                              3.0
102 HU INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                     3.0       L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 128 Baldwin, M       14798            Educational Leadership & Development
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 117                 14774            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                                                                                     — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                208 HUMAN SEXUALITY & SOCIAL wORk                        3.0
                                                                L18 6:10p- 8:50p T          EC 106 Leon, R          14799     305 PHIL & HIST FOUND PUBLIC EDUC                    3.0
213 HU ETHICS                                         3.0                                                                       WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 126 Starks, J      14466
  WL1 10:20a- 1:00p S       EC 105                 14775            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                                                                                    Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                303 HUMAN BEHAVIOR/SOCIAL ENVRT I                        3.0      L18 12:15p- 1:30p TR      EC 107 Kondellas, V 14733
                                                                L18 6:10p- 8:50p W          EC 127 Auman, S         14800           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                    — physics (pHyS) —                              Prerequisites: SWK 200,
                                                                    Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                        306 EDUCATION & INDIV DIFFERENCES                    3.0
103 NS UNIVERSE:PAST,PRESENT,FUTURE                    3.0          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    L18 09:55a-11:10a TR      EC 107 Kondellas, V 14468
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p M        EC 108                  14776                                                                           Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02    304 SOCIAL wORk PRACTICE I                               3.0      WL1 2:00p- 4:40p S        EC 127 Brinkerhoff, N 14734
        20 OR A02 21                                            L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 123 Auman, S         14801           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Prerequisites: SWK 207,
                                                                    Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                             - Human resource Development (HrD) -
                                                                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                — political Science (pSCI) —                                                                                  300 PRIN & PRACT HUMAN RES DEVL                            3.0
                                                              310 RESEARCH PRACTICUM I                                 3.0      L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 123                      14755
109 SB FYE:CIV ENGMNT,SOC CHNGE CHGO                  3.0       L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 134                  14802
  L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 122 Linares, J            14777                                                                            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                    Prerequisites: SWK 309,
      Departmental Approval Required                                Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                        301 ADULT TEACHING/LRNG PROCESS                            3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    L18 6:10p- 8:50p W        EC 106                      14756
210 SB INTRO TO POLITICAL SCIENCE                     3.0                                                                           Prerequisites: HRD 300 OR HR 300,
                                                              353 FIELD SEMINAR I                                      3.0          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 106                 14778        L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 108 Waddell, D       14803
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Prerequisites: SWK 305, AND UECR P AND UECW P
216 SB AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                   3.0           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                               — Educational Leadership (ELAD) —
  L18 09:10a-10:25a MW EC 106                      14648            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                  421 FDTNS ED LDRSHIP & ORG STDS                             3.0
      Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski                                                                                       L18 4:15p- 6:55p M          EC 136                     14762
  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 137                 14779            — Women's Studies program (WSp) —                               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                        Program,Graduate SAL
                                                              101 HU wOMEN’S PERSPECTIVES & VALUES              3.0                 Departmental Approval Required
307I LATINOS AND PUBLIC POLICY                        3.0       L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 126 Hoagland, S 14807
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 127                 14780                                                                            Comments: Auth CLS 4009 - Meets @ELC
                                                                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                424 SCHOOL SUPERVISION                                      3.0
307N TPCS:LATINOS & THE LAw                           3.0                                                                       L18 7:05p- 9:45p M          EC 136                     14763
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p M        EC 105                 14781                                                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                        Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                                                                                    Departmental Approval Required
                                                                                                                                    Comments: Auth CLS 4009 - Meets @ELC


30                                                                                                                                 Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                  Distance Education Courses
Course No.      Title                            Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.        Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.     CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.     Instr.          CRN


            — Health Education (HLED) —
107 HEALTH FOR EFFECTIVE LIVING                     2.0
                                                              Distance Education                                                 - geography & Environmental Studies (gES) -
                                                                                                                             150 SB INTRO TO ENVIRNMNTL STUDIES                          3.0
  L19 08:30a-10:20a S       EC 134
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                 14526        Courses                                                          1 TBA            Online
                                                                                                                                  Comments: See Department Notes
                                                                                                                                                                 Good, E              13812
  L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 134               14753             VIDEOCONFERENCING COURSES
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski             Northeastern	Illinois	University	offers	selected	                                 — Justice Studies (JuST) —
                                                           courses	that	are	delivered	through	a	two-way	
                                                           interactive	video	teleconferencing	network.		A	                   315H PRSM:500 YEARS OF RESISTANCE                           3.0
                                                                                                                               1 TBA             Online                Terpstra, J    13961
                                                           course	that	is	offered	on	the	network	will	be	                          Comments: Online Course Call JS for Info
                                                           identified	as	a	“Videoconferencing	Course.”
                                                                           ONLINE COURSES                                                    — Mathematics (MATH) —
                                                           Online	courses	at	Northeastern	Illinois	University	
                                                           are	those	courses	in	which	all	of	the	classroom	                  185 PRECALCULUS                                          4.0
                                                           instruction	is	online,	usually	through	the	                         5 TBA                Online           Gudehithlu, S 14059
                                                                                                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 177, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
                                                           Blackboard	Learning	Management	System.		Online	                     26 OR A02 27
                                                           classes	usually	require	a	face-to-face	orientation	
                                                           at	the	beginning	of	the	semester	and	may	require	                 187 CALCULUS I                                           4.0
                                                           students	to	travel	to	a	location	to	take	tests.                     5 TBA                Online           Gudehithlu, S 14061
                                                                                                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106, OR UMPR 40
                                                                            HYBRID COURSES
                                                           Hybrid	courses	(also	called	blended	courses)	
                                                           combine	face-to-face	sessions	with	online	
                                                                                                                                             — political Science (pSCI) —
                                                           sessions.		At	least	20%	of	class	sessions	in	hybrid	              216 SB AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                         3.0
                                                           courses	will	take	place	online.                                     16 TBA           Online S  Swopes, R                   14645
                                                                                                                                  Comments: Online Course
                                                           For	more	information	about	Distance	Education	
                                                           classes	go	to	www.neiu.edu/distance.		
                                                           Refer	to	the	individual	academic	departments	                                   College of
                                                           in	the	department	notes	section	for	important	
                                                           information	which	may	affect	your	enrollment	                            Business & Management
                                                           and	registration.		Also,	refer	to	the	policy	on	first	
                                                           class	session	attendance.		The	university	reserves	                               — Business Law (BLAW) —
                                                           the	right	to	limit	class	enrollment	and	cancel	
                                                           classes	because	of	insufficient	enrollment,	budget	               285 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS                           3.0
                                                           limitations,	lack	of	an	appropriate	instructor,	or	                 51 TBA         Online         Reinsch, R               13406
                                                           other	unforeseen	circumstances.	
                                                              (ZUCG)	 University	Center	of	Lake	County
                                                              	           1200	University	Center	Dr.	
                                                                                                                                     Academic Development
                                                              	           Grayslake,	IL		60030
                                                              	           (847)	665-4004                                                     — Mathematics (MATH) —
                                                                                                                             092 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                              3.0
                                                                                                                               35 TBA             Online           Blackburn, T 13094
                                                              Videoconferencing Courses                                           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                                                                                   20 OR A02 21
                                                                                                                                  Departmental Approval Required
                                                                  College of Education                                            Comments: Permit S 204 B

                                                                  Educational Leadership & Development                                   College of Education
                                                                         — Leadership (LEAD) —
                                                           433 SCHOOL LAw                                             3.0              — Counselor Education (Coun) —
                                                             X2 4:15p- 6:55p R          ZUCG TBA Brown, S          14845
                                                                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        417 MIDDLE SCHOOL ADVIS & CNSLG                            3.0
                                                                  Program,Graduate SAL                                         1 TBA               Online                            13733
                                                                                                                                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                           436 ADMIN OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL                              3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
                                                             X2 4:15p- 6:55p T          ZUCG TBA Beckwith, J 14571
                                                                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters         — Educational Leadership & Development —
                                                                  Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                                                                                 — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —
                                                                     Online Courses                                          313 PROB, ISS & PRACT IN EDUC                              3.0
                                                                                                                               2 TBA               Online                            13491
                                                               College of Arts and Sciences                                       Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
                                                                                                                                  Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
                                                                                                                                   Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-
                                                                                   — Art (ArT) —                               4 TBA               Online                            13492
                                                           106 FA INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY I                      3.0          Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
                                                             4 TBA       Online     Hanrahan-Apple                13140           Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
                                                             5 TBA       Online     Hanrahan-Apple                13142            Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-
                                                                                                                               5 TBA               Online                            13495
                                                                                                                                  Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
                                                                              — Biology (BIo) —                                   Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
                                                           104 NS THE CHANGING NATURAL ENVIRONME                     3.0           Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-
                                                             4 TBA        Online         Ruderfer, I              14836        3 TBA               Online                            14474
                                                                                                                                  Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
                                                                                                                                  Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
                                                                                                                                   Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-

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      Distance Education Courses                                                                                                        Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.        Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                 Credits   Course No.      Title                              Credits
Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.          CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.       CRN

418A SEM DEVEL & LRNG:COGNTV DEVEL                          3.0      8     10:50a-12:05p TR      SCI 317                 13051       16 12:15p- 1:30p TR      SCI 323                 13069
  1 TBA                Online              McNeely, S 13515                Departmental Approval Required                               Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       17 OR A02 18
        Program,Graduate SAL                                         31    7:05p- 9:45p M        SCI 317 Loconte, J 13053               Departmental Approval Required
                                                                           Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
                                                                           Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  17 2:50p- 4:05p TR       SCI 317 Temesvari, I 13070
            — Special Education (SpED) —                                                                                                Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02
                                                                   091    BASIC ALGEBRA                                     3.0
501 CHARACTERISTICS OF DISABILITIE                       3.0         1     08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 219 Flatte, C           13054            17 OR A02 18
  2 TBA               Online              Birnbaum, B 14387                Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02         Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: SPED 500,                                                17 OR A02 18                                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                             Departmental Approval Required                            31 7:05p- 9:45p W        SCI 323 Loconte, J 13071
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                           Comments: Permit S 204 B                                     Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02
     Departmental Approval Required                                  2     08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 317 Kulik, H            13055            17 OR A02 18
     Comments: Consent of Department                                       Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02         Departmental Approval Required
                                                                             17 OR A02 18                                               Comments: Permit S 204 B

           Hybrid Courses                                                  Departmental Approval Required
                                                                           Comments: Permit S 204 B
                                                                                                                                   092 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                                                                                                                                     1 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 323 Fenley, J
                                                                                                                                                                                         3.0
                                                                                                                                                                                      13072
                                                                     3     09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 323 Flatte, C           13056          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     College of Arts and Sciences                                          Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02
                                                                             17 OR A02 18
                                                                                                                                          20 OR A02 21
                                                                                                                                        Departmental Approval Required
                                                                           Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
                     — Biology (BIo) —                                     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  2 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 351 Wigle, L             13073
104 NS THE CHANGING NATURAL ENVIRONME                       3.0      4     09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 351 Kulik, H            13057          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 112 Rihani, K                   13680             Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
                                                                             17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
                                                                           Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
                — Computer Science (CS) —                                  Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  3 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 211 Zak, D               13074
100 SB COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY                                3.0      5     09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 124 Blair, M            13058          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  2 4:15p- 5:30p TR           FA 108 Caftori, N          13398             Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T          EC 121 Iehl, E             14729               17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                             Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
401 SOFTwARE ENGINEERING                                    3.0            Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  4 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 228 Wigle, L             13075
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M                         Sztainberg, M 13795       6     10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 323 Wigle, L            13059          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
      Prerequisites: CS 304 OR CS 407,                                     Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                  17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
        Program,Graduate SAL                                               Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
                                                                           Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  5 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 124 Fenley, J            13076
                                                                     7     10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 351 Blair, M            13060          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                    — English (EngL) —                                     Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
101 wRITING I                                               3.0              17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
  18 10:50a-12:05p TR       SCI 219 Byard, V             13550             Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
     Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  6 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 211 Zak, D               13077
                                                                     8     11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 323 Wigle, L            13061          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
                   — Spanish (SpAn) —                                        17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
331 HISPANIC wORLD CULTURES                                 3.0            Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W          FA 256           Geary, J    14329             Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  7 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 124 Flatte, C            13078
     Prerequisites: SPAN 317,                                        9     11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 351 Fenley, J           13062          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
                                                                             17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
     — Latino & Latin American Studies (LLAS) —                            Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
312 INTRODUCTION TO THE BARRIO                              3.0            Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  8 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 211 Kulik, H             13079
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T             Ortiz, V                  14833       10    12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 317 Zak, D              13063          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
                                                                             17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
        Academic Development                                               Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
                                                                           Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  9 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 351 Flatte, C            13080
                                                                     11    12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 323 Fenley, J           13064          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                — Mathematics (MATH) —                                     Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
090 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA                                 3.0              17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 317                Nissan, K   13044             Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
     Departmental Approval Required                                        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  10 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 111 Kulik, H            13081
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                        12    1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 317 Zak, D               13065          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 317                Nissan, K   13045             Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
     Departmental Approval Required                                          17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                              Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
  3 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 317                Blair, M    13046             Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  11 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 111 Nissan, K            13082
     Departmental Approval Required                                  13    08:00a-09:15a TR      SCI 317 Stout, M        13066          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                              Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
  4 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 219                Nissan, K   13047               17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                        Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                              Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  12 1:00p- 2:15p MW SCI 323 Blackburn, T 13083
  5 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 219                 Blair, M    13048       14    09:25a-10:40a TR      SCI 317 Stout, M        13067          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     Departmental Approval Required                                        Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                                17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
  6 08:00a-09:15a TR       SCI 219           Ranney, S   13049             Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
     Departmental Approval Required                                        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  13 08:00a-09:15a TR      SCI 323 Temesvari, I 13084
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                        15    10:50a-12:05p TR      SCI 323                 13068          Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  7 09:25a-10:40a TR       SCI 219           Ranney, S   13050             Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           20 OR A02 21
     Departmental Approval Required                                          17 OR A02 18                                               Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                              Departmental Approval Required                               Comments: Permit S 204 B
                                                                           Comments: Permit S 204 B

32                                                                                                                                      Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                       Distance Education Courses
Course No.      Title                                 Credits   Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.          CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

  14 09:25a-10:40a TR      SCI 323 Temesvari, I 13085             8  11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3056 Gloriosa, P           13754      427 DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS/COUNSELING                         3.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02            Departmental Approval Required                                1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3081 Johnston, C 13737
       20 OR A02 21                                                  Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Departmental Approval Required                               9 12:00p-12:50p MWF                   Miller, Q     13756             Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                        Departmental Approval Required                                   Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  15 09:25a-10:40a TR      SCI 351                 13086             Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                     430 MULTICULT CNSL:wORLDVIEw & SYS                        3.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02         12 10:50a-12:05p TR      CLS 3109 Gloriosa, P       13758        2 7:05p- 9:45p M           CLS 2105 Bethea, S       13740
       20 OR A02 21                                                  Departmental Approval Required                                   Prerequisites: COUN 403,
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                     13 12:15p- 1:30p TR                   Chenault, L   13759             Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  16 10:50a-12:05p TR      SCI 351 Stout, M        13087             Departmental Approval Required                                   Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02            Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452
       20 OR A02 21                                                                                                              433 FOUND OF REHAB COUNSELING                             3.0
                                                                117 VOCABULARY ENRICHMENT                                3.0       1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3046 Currier, K      13744
     Departmental Approval Required                               1 08:00a-09:15a TR       CLS 3056 Packard, G        13761
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                                                                                         Major Restriction: Non-degree graduate,Grad-Counseling-
                                                                     Departmental Approval Required                                     Communty,Grad-Counseling-Family,Grad-Counsel
  17 10:50a-12:05p TR      SCI 111                 13088             Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02         2 10:50a-12:05p TR       CLS 3106 Packard, G        13765      434 MED & PSYC ASPECTS OF DISABILI                        3.0
       20 OR A02 21                                                  Departmental Approval Required                                1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3046 Johnston, C 13745
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                                                                                           Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  18 12:15p- 1:30p TR      SCI 351 Ranney, S       13089                                                                              Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
       20 OR A02 21
                                                                           College of Education
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                     Educational Leadership & Development
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                            — Counselor Education (Coun) —                                 — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —
  19 12:15p- 1:30p TR      SCI 111 Temesvari, I 13090           401 COUN PROFESSN/PLURALISTIC SOC                         3.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02         1 7:05p- 9:45p M           FA 255 Pembroke, E 13709            305    PHIL & HIST FOUND PUBLIC EDUC                      3.0
       20 OR A02 21                                                  Special Fees: $15.00                                          W9    12:30p- 3:10p U       B 158 McNeely, S         13461
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Major Restriction: Non-degree graduate,Grad-Counseling-     306    EDUCATION & INDIV DIFFERENCES                      3.0
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Communty,Grad-Counseling-Family,Grad-Counsel                1     08:00a-09:15a TR      CLS 2054 Makris, E       13464
  20 2:50p- 4:05p TR       SCI 323 Ranney, S       13091          2 4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 3071                 13710        2     09:25a-10:40a TR      CLS 2054 Makris, E       13466
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02            Special Fees: $15.00
       20 OR A02 21                                                                                                              307    PSYCH OF INSTRUCTION & LEARNIN                     3.0
                                                                     Major Restriction: Non-degree graduate,Grad-Counseling-       2     10:50a-12:05p TR      CLS 4006 Makris, E       13483
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Communty,Grad-Counseling-Family,Grad-Counsel
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                                                                                            Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y
  31 7:05p- 9:45p T        SCI 323 Stout, M        13092        402 DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING                              3.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02         1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3071 Segura-Herrera 13712                       — Leadership (LEAD) —
       20 OR A02 21                                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun        431 COMMUNITY RELATIONS                                    3.0
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                   X2 6:00p- 8:40p M          ZUCG TBA McNeely, S 14565
  32 7:05p- 9:45p W        SCI 317 Roach, A        13093                                                                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                403 FRAMEwORkS FOR COUNSELING                             3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02         1 7:05p- 9:45p T           FA 256 Bethea, S         13713
       20 OR A02 21                                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun                   — Special Education (SpED) —
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                 504 ASSESSMENT I:SPECIAL EDUCATION                     3.0
                                                                404 EVALUATION TECHNIQUES                                 3.0      1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3056 Kritikos, E 14397
                 — reading (rEAD) —                               1 7:05p- 9:45p M           CLS 3056 Johnston, C 13715               Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502
115 READING FOR THE ESL STUDENT                          3.0         Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-                  AND SPED 503,
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF Gloriosa, P                     13732            Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun             Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Comments: Must Take w/ESL 112 section 02                                                                                         Departmental Approval Required
                                                                408 RESEARCH SEMINAR                                      3.0         Comments: Consent of Department
116 READING FOR ADV ESL STUDENT                          3.0      2 7:05p- 9:45p W           CLS 3096 Pembroke, E 13727            2 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3056 Kritikos, E 14398
  1 08:00a-08:50a MWF                                 13102          Prerequisites: COUN 404,                                         Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-                  AND SPED 503,
     Comments: Permits Reading Lab - LIB 452                           Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun             Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
  10 08:00a-09:15a TR      FA 255                     13103          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Departmental Approval Required                             410 SEM IN SCHOOL COUNSELING                              3.0         Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Permits Reading Lab - LIB 452                      1 7:05p- 9:45p R           FA 255 Pembroke, E 13731                 Comments: Consent of Department
  11 08:00a-09:15a TR      FA 256                     13104          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-School
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Comments: Permits Reading Lab - LIB 452                    415 CHILDREN,YOUTH & THEIR SYSTEMS                        3.0
  2 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 256 Miller, Q                13735       1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 2056 Bethea, S       14866
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Prerequisites: COUN 420,
     Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                         Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
  3 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3056 Packard, G             13739            Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452
  4 10:00a-10:50a MWF                   Gloriosa, P   13742     420 INTRO TO FAMILY COUNSELING                            3.0
     Departmental Approval Required                               1 7:05p- 9:45p W           CLS 2105 Segura-Herrera 13734
     Comments: Must Take w/ESL 120 section 02                        Prerequisites: COUN 401 AND COUN 403,
  5 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 4006 Miller, Q              13747          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
     Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  6 11:00a-11:50a MWF                   Miller, Q     13749     425 ADDICTIONS COUNSELING                                 3.0
     Departmental Approval Required                               1 4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 3081 Currier, K      13736
     Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                         Prerequisites: COUN 401 AND COUN 403,
  7 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 4006 Packard, G             13751          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
     Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program



Course Information Subject to Change. View up-to-date information in NEIUport.                                                                                                              33
 Off Campus Courses                                                                                                                       Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.        Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.      Title                            Credits
Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.     CRN



     Off Campus Courses                                                       College of Education
Northeastern	Illinois	University	offers	                              — Educational Leadership & Development —
undergraduate	and	graduate-level	courses	at		
several	off-campus	sites	including	the	University	                        — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —
Center	of	Lake	County	(1200	University	Center	                     216 CHILD & ADOL DEV:INDIV DIFFS                          3.0
Dr.,	Grayslake,	IL).		Listings	for	courses	at	Lake	                  X1 3:30p- 6:45p W        ZUPL TBA Roberts, A         13449
County	are	shaded	and	the	building	is	indicated	as	                     Departmental Approval Required
“ZUCG”	in	the	printed	NEIU	Schedule	of	Classes.		                       Comments: Auth: Ext 5571
If	no	room	number	is	listed	for	the	course	
you	are	taking	in	Lake	County,	please	contact	                                     — Leadership (LEAD) —
the	academic	departmental	office	offering	
the	courses.		You	can	also	call	the	University	                    421 FDTNS ED LDRSHIP & ORG STDS                            3.0
Center	of	Lake	County	at	(847)	665-4000.		The	                       X2 4:15p- 6:55p T          ZUCG TBA                   14558
most	updated	schedule	of	courses	(with	room	                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
information)	can	also	be	found	at	Lake	County’s	                          Program,Graduate SAL
website	http://ucenter.org	(under		“prospective”	                  422 ELEM/SEC SCHL ADMIN & SUPRVSN                          3.0
or	“current	students”).			For	directions	to	the	Lake	                X3 7:05p- 9:45p R          ZUCG TBA Beckwith, J 14560
County	campus,	click	on		“contact/visit	us.”                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
For	more	information,	call	the	NEIU	Lake	County	                          Program,Graduate SAL
Information	Line	(773)	442-LAKE	(5253).		                          424 SCHOOL SUPERVISION                                     3.0
Refer	to	the	individual	academic	departments	                        X2 7:05p- 9:45p T          ZUCG TBA                   14563
in	the	department	notes	section	for	important	                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
information	which	may	affect	your	enrollment	                             Program,Graduate SAL
and	registration.		Also,	refer	to	the	policy	on	first	             431 COMMUNITY RELATIONS                                    3.0
class	session	attendance.                                            X2 6:00p- 8:40p M          ZUCG TBA McNeely, S 14565
                                                                        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
The	university	reserves	the	right	to	limit	class	                         Program,Graduate SAL
enrollment	and	cancel	classes	because	of	
insufficient	enrollment,	budget	limitations,	lack	                 433 SCHOOL LAw                                             3.0
of	an	appropriate	instructor,	or	other	unforeseen	                   X2 4:15p- 6:55p R          ZUCG TBA Brown, S          14845
circumstances.                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                          Program,Graduate SAL
  (ZUCG)	         University	Center	of	Lake	County                 436 ADMIN OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL                              3.0
  	               1200	University	Center	Dr.	                        X2 4:15p- 6:55p T          ZUCG TBA Beckwith, J 14571
  	               Grayslake,	IL		60030                                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  	               (847)	665-4004	                                         Program,Graduate SAL

  (ZUPL)	         Uplift	Community	Academy                                     — Special Education (SpED) —
  	               900	W.	Wilson	Ave.	
  	               Chicago,	IL		60640                               450 PSYC INDIVL GIFTED & TALENTED                          3.0
  	               (773)	534-2875                                     X1 4:15p- 6:55p W          ZUCG TBA Kane, M           14419
                                                                        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                          Program,Graduate SAL
                Arts and Sciences                                  452 EDUC INDIVL GIFTED & TALENTED
                                                                     X1 7:05p- 9:45p W          ZUCG TBA Kane, M
                                                                                                                              3.0
                                                                                                                           14011
                                                                        Prerequisites: GIFT 450,
                — political Science (pSCI) —                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
311 AM JUDICIARY & JUDICIAL PROCS                     3.0                 Program,Graduate SAL
  X1 7:05p- 9:45p W         ZUCG TBA Neddenriep, G 14401           462 UNDERSERVED GIFTED STUDENTS                            3.0
     Prerequisites: PSCI 216 OR AMER 216,                            X1 7:05p- 9:45p W          ZUCG TBA Gallagher, R 14015
                                                                        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                 — psychology (pSyC) —                                    Program,Graduate SAL
202 STATISTICS & RESEARCH METHODS                      3.0
  X1 5:40p- 6:55p TR        ZUCG TBA                14404
     Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR MATH 092 OR MATH 102, AND
       UMPR 30
320 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY                              3.0
  X1 7:05p- 9:45p T         ZUCG TBA                14406
     Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR PSYC 100 OR PSYC 110,
345 THRY & MTD INDIV THERAPY                           3.0
  X1 7:05p- 9:45p R         ZUCG TBA Katralis, P 14870
     Prerequisites: PSYC 330 OR PSYC 340,
361 LAB,RSCH MTD:SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                     3.0
  X1 09:00a- 2:30p S        ZUCG TBA Dykema-Engblade14408
     Prerequisites: PSYC 302 AND PSYC 360,
375 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY                               3.0
  X1 5:40p- 6:55p TR        ZUCG TBA Fiedorowicz, L 14871
     Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,
                   — Sociology (SoC) —
346 SOCIAL INEQUALITIES                                     3.0
  X3 7:05p- 9:45p M          ZUCG TBA        Galary, A   14388
     Prerequisites: SOC 100,
     Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology



34                                                                                                                                        Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                weekend Institute
Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                               Credits   Course No.        Title                             Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times             Days   Locat.    Instr.     CRN



   weekend Institute                                                                        PRE-EDUCATION                                          PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

   Courses                                                                    — Communication (CMTC) —
                                                                   101 FOUNDATIONS OF COMMUNICATION                        3.0
                                                                                                                                              — Communications (CMTC) —
                                                                                                                                  314 orgAnIZATIonAL CoMMunICATIon                       3.0
  The	Weekend	Institute	for	Professional	Development                 W1 2:00p- 4:40p S         CLS 3044 Pierson, R      13012       W1 12:30p- 3:10p U  B 146                         13014
  provides	students	with	course	offerings	on	                        WJ1 12:30p- 3:10p S       CIS 402 Allen, H         13013
  Friday	evenings,	as	well	as	Saturday	mornings	and	                 L18 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 127                   14725
  afternoons	at	three	sites:	El	Centro,	the	Jacob	H.	                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                     — Media (CMTM) —
  Carruthers	Center	for	Inner	City	Studies,	and	on	the	                                                                           370 PUBLIC RELATIONS                                   3.0
  Main	campus.		Courses	are	also	provided	on	Sunday	                                  — English (EngL) —                            L18 1:10p- 3:50p S        EC 127                  14728
  afternoons	on	the	Main	Campus.                                                                                                        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                   101 wRITING I                                           3.0
  Courses	are	offered	in	two	tracks,	Pre-Education	and               W1 6:00p- 8:40p F          SCI 323                 13021
  Professional	Studies.	Students	who	complete	the	10                     Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                             — Computer Science (CS) —
  courses	(30	credit	hours)	in	the	Pre-Education	track               WJ1 6:00p- 8:40p F         CIS 504 Johnson, Z      13023
  will	satisfy	all	course work	for	admission	into	the                    Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7             100 COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY                              3.0
  College	of	Education.	Additional	College	of	Education              WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F         EC 122                  14737       L19 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 121 Iehl, E          14730
  admission	requirements	may	be	found	on	the	College                     Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  of	Education	web	site.	Students	in	the	Professional                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  track	will	take	10	courses	(30	credit	hours)	that	have
  been	selected	to	enhance	their	skills	in	both	the
                                                                   102 wRITING II                                          3.0                        — English (EngL) —
                                                                     WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S        EC 106                  14738     335 wRTN COMUNICATNS FOR BUSINESS                      3.0
  business	and	organizational	environment.                               Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                         W1 10:50a- 1:30p S         SCI 317                13024
  The	Weekend	Institute	also	offers	other	courses                        Departmental Approval Required                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
  for	students	that	want	or	prefer	this	type	of	course	                  Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                   WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S        CIS 406                13025
  offering.		Courses	being	offered	during	the	Fall	2009	                                                                                Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
  semester	include:
                                                                                       — History (HIST) —
                        — Art (ArT) —                              214 U.S. HISTORY 1607-1877                              3.0                    — Mathematics (MATH) —
101 ART IN SOCIETY                                 3.0               WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 107 Gerdow, G         14520     112 STATISTICS IN DAILY LIFE                          3.0
  L18 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 108 Kellerman, M 14440                    Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski                        WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 137 Duggal, V       14765
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
                                                                   215 U.S. HISTORY 1877-PRESENT                           3.0
                                                                     WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S       CIS 504 Ali, S           13043            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
                — Chemistry (CHEM) —                                 WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 107                   14750           Departmental Approval Required
103 CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY                              3.0               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  L18 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 123                  14722
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02                         — Mathematics (MATH) —                                           — philosophy (pHIL) —
       20 OR A02 21
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                     141 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS I                             3.0      213 ETHICS                                             3.0
                                                                     W1 10:50a- 1:30p S        SCI 113 Hardy, J       13095         W1 2:00p- 4:40p          S     SCI 219            13098
                    — Music (MuS) —                                      Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
101 THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE                                 3.0       WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S       CIS 402                13096                          — Sociology (SoC) —
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 106                      14772            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR       316 RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS                          3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               W1 10:50a- 1:30p S         CLS 3105 Almanza, D    13105
104 MUSIC CONCEPTS: INTRODUCTION                           3.0     43 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS II                             3.0            Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,
  WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 106 Teruel, H            14653        WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 123 Duggal, V       14768         WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F         EC 126 Almanza, D      14791
      Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                             Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR             Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,
                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                — philosophy (pHIL) —                                    Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
101 CRITICAL THINkING                                      3.0                                                                                     — Accounting (ACTg) —
  W1 12:30p- 3:10p U        B 152                       13097                  — political Science (pSCI)) —                      300 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING                          3.0
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 105                      14773      216 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                        3.0      WJ1 09:00a-11:50a S       CIS 520                13011
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       W1 6:00p- 8:40p F         SCI 222 Owens, L         13099           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
213 ETHICS                                                 3.0       W2 10:50a- 1:30p S        CLS 2071                 13100            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
  WL1 10:20a- 1:00p S       EC 105                      14775        W3 12:30p- 3:10p U                                 13101
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 137                   14779
                                                                         Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                 — Sociology (SoC) —
                                                                          — Educational Foundations (EDFn)—
340 SOCIOLOGY OF SEXUALITIES                               3.0
  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S        EC 107                     14792      305 PHIL & HIST FOUND PUBLIC EDUC                    3.0
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR WSP 101,                             W7 6:00p- 8:40p F         SCI 317 Kondellas, V 13459
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       WL1 08:30a-11:10a S       EC 126 Starks, J      14466
                                                                         Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
       — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —                          306 EDUCATION & INDIV DIFFERENCES                    3.0
305  PHIL & HIST FOUND PUBLIC EDUC                          3.0      W9 10:50a- 1:30p S        SCI 351 Wolff, T      13479
  W9  12:30p- 3:10p U         B 158 McNeely, S 13461                 WJ1 12:30p- 3:10p S       CIS 520               14469
                                                                     WL1 2:00p- 4:40p S        EC 127 Brinkerhoff, N 14734
307  PSYCH OF INSTRUCTION & LEARNIN                         3.0          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  W4  10:50a- 1:30p S         SCI 323 Brinkerhoff, N 13487
      Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y
      Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                                   — Health Education (HLED)—
406 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING                            3.0    107 HEALTH FOR EFFECTIVE LIVING                         2.0
  W1 10:50a- 1:30p S          CLS 2005 Wolff, T          13502       L19 08:30a-10:20a S       EC 134                   14526
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
        Program,Graduate SAL



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College of Arts and Sciences                                                                                                              Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.       Title                                 Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.          CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN

                                                                 109 FA FYE:ART,ARCHTCT & URBN DSGN CH                        3.0    230 INTRODUCTION TO PAINTING                           3.0
           College of                                              1 3:00p- 6:00p W             FA 225A Hanks, A          14865
                                                                       Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
                                                                                                                                       1 10:00a- 3:00p F
                                                                                                                                       2 6:00p- 8:30p TR
                                                                                                                                                                   FA 212 Vera, R
                                                                                                                                                                   FA 212 Criner, D
                                                                                                                                                                                         13183
                                                                                                                                                                                         13184
       Arts and Sciences                                                 seating
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required
                                                                                                                                     231 PNTG TCHNQ/PROC I:GEN AQU MED
                                                                                                                                       1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 212 Criner, D
                                                                                                                                                                                            3.0
                                                                                                                                                                                         13185
                                                                       Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                            Prerequisites: ART 230,
The	university	reserves	the	right	to	limit	class	
enrollment	and	cancel	classes	because	of	                        120 DRAwING I                                                3.0    234 COLOR                                              3.0
                                                                   1 09:00a-11:30a MW FA 206 Krantz, J                    13143        1 10:00a- 3:00p F           FA 252A               13186
insufficient	enrollment,	budget	limitations,	lack	                     Special Fees: $10.00
of	an	appropriate	instructor,	or	other	unforeseen	                                                                                         Prerequisites: ART 130,
                                                                   2 3:00p- 5:30p TR            FA 206                    13144
circumstances.                                                         Special Fees: $10.00                                          240 INTRODUCTION TO SCULPTURE                          3.0
                                                                                                                                       1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                   13187
                                                                 130 TwO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN                                   3.0
 — African & African Amer. Studies (AFAM) —                        2 11:00a- 1:30p TR           FA 252A Krueger, D 13145
                                                                                                                                           Special Fees: $20.00
                                                                                                                                           Prerequisites: ART 140,
200 SB INTRO TO AFR & AFR-AMER STUDIE                    3.0           Special Fees: $5.00
  1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3044                         13022        1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 252A Bagdzinski, P 13150                     241 SCULPTURE I:FIGURE MODL & CST                      3.0
  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR SCI 211                          14808            Special Fees: $5.00                                             1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                    13188
                                                                                                                                           Special Fees: $20.00
                                                                 140 THREE DIMENSIONAL DESIGN                                 3.0          Prerequisites: ART 240,
                — Anthropology (AnTH) —                            1 6:00p- 8:30p TR            FA 215 Krueger, D 13152
212 SB INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                  3.0             Special Fees: $10.00                                          250 INTRO TO PRINTMAkING                               3.0
  1 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 156                       13002          2 10:00a- 3:00p F            FA 215 Lancaster, R 13154              1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K               13189
  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 156                       13036              Special Fees: $10.00                                                Special Fees: $20.00
  3 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 2044                       13107                                                                                  Prerequisites: ART 120,
                                                                 170A FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PHOTOGRAPH                       3.0
  4 08:00a-09:15a TR        SCI 156 Zanca, R        13108          1 10:00a-12:30p TR           FA 225A                   13155      261 INTRO TO PHOTOGRAPHY                               3.0
  5 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 3031 Zanca, R       13109              Special Fees: $20.00                                            1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 225A                         13204
  6 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 156 Luedke, T       13110                                                                                  Special Fees: $20.00
  7 7:05p- 9:45p W          SCI 156                 13111        170B FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PAINTING                         3.0
                                                                   1 09:00a-11:30a MW FA 212 Vera, R                      13157      262 PHOTOGRAPHY II                                     3.0
  L18 11:20a- 2:00p S       EC 122                  14864                                                                              1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 225A                         13205
      Comments: At EL Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                           Special Fees: $5.00
                                                                   2 09:00a-11:30a TR           FA 212 Porterfield, M 13159                Special Fees: $20.00
213 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY                        3.0             Special Fees: $5.00                                                 Prerequisites: ART 261,
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 156 Hageman, J 13112                     3 3:00p- 5:30p TR            FA 212 Criner, D          13161      270 INTRODUCTION TO CERAMICS                           3.0
215 SB HUMAN ORIGINS:INTRO BIO ANTH                    3.0             Special Fees: $5.00                                             1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13206
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 156                       13113          4 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 212 Spidale, F                    13163            Special Fees: $20.00
  2 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 156                       13114              Special Fees: $5.00
                                                                   5 10:00a- 3:00p F            FA 212 Vera, R            13164      271 CERAMICS II                                        3.0
223 NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS                             3.0             Special Fees: $5.00                                             1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13207
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M          SCI 156                 13115          6 10:00a- 3:00p S            FA 212 Spidale, F         13168            Special Fees: $20.00
317 MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY                               3.0             Special Fees: $5.00                                                 Prerequisites: ART 270,
  1 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 156 Luedke, T       13116          L18 3:20p- 5:20p MW EC 108 Kellerman, M 14715                     273 INTRO TO METALS/JEwELRY                            3.0
      Prerequisites: ANTH 212,                                         Special Fees: $5.00                                             1 10:00a-12:30p TR          FA 112 Weintraub, J   13208
320 RELIG/HEAL IN AFRICA/DIASPORA                      3.0             Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                            Special Fees: $20.00
  1 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 156 Luedke, T       13117        170C FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: SCULPTURE                        3.0    281 COMMERCIAL ART                                     3.0
330 DARwIN’S LEGACY/BIOL ANTHROPOL                     3.0         1 10:00a- 3:00p S            FA 215                    13170        1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 226A                         13209
  1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 156 Dunsworth, H 14868                         Special Fees: $20.00                                                Prerequisites: ART 130,
      Prerequisites: ANTH 215,                                   170D FA STUDIO EXPER: METALS AND JEwEL                       3.0    282 INTRO TO COMPUTER GRAPHICS                         3.0
337 ANTHROPOLOGY OF DEATH                              3.0         1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 112 Lancaster, R 13172                         1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 226A Lempke, P     13210
  1 3:00p- 3:50p MWF SCI 156 Hageman, J 14712                          Special Fees: $20.00                                                Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ANTH 212 AND ANTH 213,                      170E FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: PRINTMAkIN                       3.0          Prerequisites: ART 130,
350N PA:ETHNOBOTANY:PEOPLES & PLANT                    3.0         1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K                   13173      292 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES                             1.0
  1 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 156                 13139              Special Fees: $20.00                                            1 2:50p- 4:55p MW FA 215                          13211
                                                                 170F FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: CERAMICS                         3.0          Major Restriction: A&S-Art
355 HISTORY OF ANTHROPOLOGY                            3.0
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 156 Zanca, R        13131          1 3:00p- 5:30p TR            FA 114 Mitchell, D 13174             302E ART HIST: ANDEAN ART                              3.0
      Prerequisites: ANTH 212 AND ANTH 213 OR ANTH 240A                Special Fees: $20.00                                            1 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 153 Nieves, A                13212
       AND ANTH 215,                                               2 09:00a- 2:00p S            FA 114                    13175      316 17TH & 18TH CENTURY ART                            3.0
                                                                       Special Fees: $20.00                                            1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 153 Sieger, W      13213
356 HUMAN VARIATION                                    3.0
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 156 Dunsworth, H 13132                   170G FA STUDIO EXPERIENCES: DRAwING                          3.0    320A STUDIO IN ADVANCED DRAwING                        3.0
      Prerequisites: ANTH 215,                                     1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 252A Krantz, J                   13176        1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 206 Vaca, S                 13214
                                                                       Special Fees: $10.00                                                Special Fees: $10.00
                                                                   2 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 252A Bagdzinski, P 13177                           Prerequisites: ART 220,
                         — Art (ArT) —                                 Special Fees: $10.00
See Department Notes in back of Schedule. See policy on first      3 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 206                               13178      320B STUDIO IN ADVANCED DRAwING                        3.0
class session attendance.                                              Special Fees: $10.00                                            1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 206 Vaca, S                 13215
101 FA ART IN SOCIETY                                    3.0       4 10:00a-12:30p TR           FA 206 Criner, D          13179            Special Fees: $10.00
   1 09:25a-10:40a TR         CLS 1001 Hanrahan-Apple13133             Special Fees: $10.00                                                Prerequisites: ART 320,
   2 12:15p- 1:30p TR         CLS 1001 Hanrahan-Apple13134         5 6:00p- 8:30p TR            FA 252A Mendoza, J 13180             320C STUDIO IN ADVANCED DRAwING                        3.0
   L18 08:30a-11:10a S        EC 108 Kellerman, M 14440                Special Fees: $10.00                                            1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 206 Vaca, S                 13216
        Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                     L18 5:40p- 8:10p TR          EC 108 Kellerman, M 14716                  Special Fees: $10.00
                                                                       Special Fees: $10.00                                                Prerequisites: ART 320,
106 FA INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY I                     3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
   1 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 203                         13135                                                                          320D STUDIO IN ADVANCED DRAwING                        3.0
   2 1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 203 Nieves, A                13137      201 CONTEMPORARY ART                                         3.0      1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 206 Vaca, S                 13217
   4 TBA               Online       Hanrahan-Apple, S 13140        1 4:15p- 6:55p TR            FA 153 Sieger, W          13181            Special Fees: $10.00
   5 TBA               Online       Hanrahan-Apple, S 13142      220 DRAwING II                                               3.0          Prerequisites: ART 320,
   L18 6:10p- 8:50p W         EC 108 Kellerman, M 14714            1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 206 Vaca, S                      13182      320E STUDIO IN ADVANCED DRAwING                        3.0
        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       Special Fees: $10.00                                            1 12:00p- 2:30p MW FA 206 Vaca, S                 13219
107 INTRODUCTION TO ART HISTORY II                       3.0           Prerequisites: ART 120,                                             Special Fees: $10.00
   1 3:00p- 3:50p MWF FA 203                          13138                                                                                Prerequisites: ART 320,



36                                                                                                                                        Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                 College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.      Title                            Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                                Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.     CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.         CRN

330A STUDIO IN ADVANCED PAINTING                    3.0    362C STUDIO IN ADV PHOTOGRAPHY                         3.0    382E ADVANCED COMPUTER GRAPHICS                        3.0
  1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 212 Criner, D   13202       1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 225A                         13254       1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 226A Lempke, P     13279
      Special Fees: $10.00                                       Special Fees: $20.00                                          Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 231,                                    Prerequisites: ART 362,                                       Prerequisites: ART 380,
  2 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 212 Vaca, S               13221     362D STUDIO IN ADV PHOTOGRAPHY                         3.0    392A PROFESSIONAL PRACTICES                            1.0
      Special Fees: $10.00                                   1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 225A                         13255       1 3:00p- 5:00p TR           FA 252A               13280
      Prerequisites: ART 231,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                          Prerequisites: ART 292,
330B STUDIO IN ADVANCED PAINTING                    3.0          Prerequisites: ART 362,                                       Major Restriction: A&S-Art
  1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 212 Criner, D   13222     370A STUDIO IN ADVANCED CERAMICS                       3.0
      Special Fees: $10.00                                   1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13257                        — Biology (BIo) —
      Prerequisites: ART 330,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                    See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
  2 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 212 Vaca, S               13224           Prerequisites: ART 271,
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                               100 NSL INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY                          3.0
      Prerequisites: ART 330,                              370B STUDIO IN ADVANCED CERAMICS                       3.0      1 08:00a-09:50a M           SCI 309 Spaeth, V       13141
                                                             1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13259            10:00a-10:50a MW CLS 1001 Spaeth, V
330C STUDIO IN ADVANCED PAINTING                    3.0          Special Fees: $20.00                                           Special Fees: $10.00
  1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 212 Criner, D   13226           Prerequisites: ART 370,                                   2 10:00a-10:50a MW CLS 1001 Spaeth, V               13146
      Special Fees: $10.00                                                                                                      08:00a-09:50a W        SCI 309 Spaeth, V
      Prerequisites: ART 330,                              370C STUDIO IN ADVANCED CERAMICS                       3.0           Special Fees: $10.00
  2 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 212 Vaca, S               13227       1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13260       3 10:00a-10:50a MW CLS 1001 Spaeth, V               13147
      Special Fees: $10.00                                       Special Fees: $20.00                                           08:00a-09:50a F        SCI 309 Spaeth, V
      Prerequisites: ART 330,                                    Prerequisites: ART 370,                                        Special Fees: $10.00
330D STUDIO IN ADVANCED PAINTING                    3.0    370D STUDIO IN ADVANCED CERAMICS                       3.0      5 09:25a-10:15a TR          SCI 101 Rihani, K       13148
  1 6:00p- 8:20p TR           FA 212 Criner, D   13229       1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13262            10:25a-12:10p T        SCI 309 Rihani, K
      Special Fees: $10.00                                       Special Fees: $20.00                                           Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 330,                                    Prerequisites: ART 370,                                   6 10:25a-12:10p R           SCI 309 Rihani, K       13149
  2 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 212 Vaca, S               13230     370E STUDIO IN ADVANCED CERAMICS                       3.0           09:25a-10:15a TR       SCI 101 Rihani, K
      Special Fees: $10.00                                   1 11:00a- 1:30p TR          FA 114 Mitchell, D    13263            Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 330,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                      7 4:15p- 5:05p MW SCI 112 Ruderfer, I 13151
                                                                 Prerequisites: ART 370,                                        5:15p- 7:00p M         SCI 309 Ruderfer, I
340A STUDIO IN ADVANCED SCULPTURE                   3.0                                                                         Special Fees: $10.00
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                 13232     373A STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0      8 5:15p- 7:00p W            SCI 309 Ruderfer, I 13153
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13264            4:15p- 5:05p MW SCI 112 Ruderfer, I
      Prerequisites: ART 241,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                           Special Fees: $10.00
340B STUDIO IN ADVANCED SCULPTURE                   3.0          Prerequisites: ART 273,                                   9 2:50p- 4:40p T            SCI 309 Readey, M 13156
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                 13233     373B STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0           2:50p- 4:40p R         SCI 309 Readey, M
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13265            Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 340,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                      10 5:40p- 7:30p T           SCI 309                 13158
340C STUDIO IN ADVANCED SCULPTURE                   3.0          Prerequisites: ART 373,                                        5:40p- 7:30p R         SCI 309
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                 13235                                                                          Special Fees: $10.00
                                                           373C STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0      4 11:00a-12:50p F           SCI 309 Rihani, K       13677
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13266
      Prerequisites: ART 340,                                                                                                   09:25a-10:15a TR       SCI 101 Rihani, K
                                                                 Special Fees: $20.00                                           Special Fees: $10.00
340D STUDIO IN ADVANCED SCULPTURE                   3.0          Prerequisites: ART 373,                                   L18 09:30a-11:10a S         SCI 309 Casimir, L      14717
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                 13237     373D STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0           4:15p- 5:30p TR        EC 128 Casimir, L
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13268            Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 340,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
340E STUDIO IN ADVANCED SCULPTURE                   3.0          Prerequisites: ART 373,                                   L19 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 106 Casimir, L       14718
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 215 Xu, S                 13239     373E STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0           11:30a- 1:10p S        SCI 309 Casimir, L
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13270            Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 340,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
350A STUDIO ADV PRINTMAkING                         3.0          Prerequisites: ART 373,                                 104 NS THE CHANGING NATURAL ENVIRONME                    3.0
  1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K            13241     373F STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0      2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 112 Spaeth, V       13160
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13271       3 5:40p- 6:55p TR           SCI 102 Readey, M 13162
      Prerequisites: ART 250,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                      1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 112 Rihani, K                13680
                                                                 Prerequisites: ART 373,                                   L96 09:10a-10:50a TR        EC 128                  14443
350B STUDIO ADV PRINTMAkING                         3.0                                                                         Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K            13242     373G STUDIO IN METALS                                  3.0      L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 128 Casimir, L               14719
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p TR           FA 112 Weintraub, J   13272            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Prerequisites: ART 350,                                    Special Fees: $20.00                                      L19 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 128 Casimir, L       14720
350C STUDIO ADV PRINTMAkING                         3.0          Prerequisites: ART 373,                                        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K            13244     381 STUDIO IN GRAPHIC DESIGN                           3.0      4 TBA                Online             Ruderfer, I 14836
      Special Fees: $20.00                                   1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 226A                         13274       10 09:55a-11:25a TR         SCI 124 Kampwirth, R 14837
      Prerequisites: ART 350,                                    Prerequisites: ART 281 AND ART 284,                            Departmental Approval Required
350D STUDIO IN ADV PRINTMAkING                      3.0                                                                         Comments: AuthX5571 Concur w/BIO105&MATH147
                                                           382A ADVANCED COMPUTER GRAPHICS                        3.0
  1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K            13246       1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 226A Lempke, P     13275     105 ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY LAB                            1.0
      Special Fees: $20.00                                       Special Fees: $10.00                                      1 08:15a-09:55a TR          SCI 308 Kampwirth, R 14839
      Prerequisites: ART 350,                                    Prerequisites: ART 282,                                        Prerequisites: BIO 100 OR BIOL 100 AND MATH 180 OR
350E STUDIO IN ADV PRINTMAkING                      3.0                                                                           MATH 199,
                                                           382B ADVANCED COMPUTER GRAPHICS                        3.0           Departmental Approval Required
  1 3:00p- 5:30p MW FA 250A Ambriz, K            13248       1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 226A Lempke, P     13276
      Special Fees: $20.00                                                                                                      Comments: AuthX5571 Concur w/BIO104&MATH147
                                                                 Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ART 350,                                    Prerequisites: ART 382,                                 150 ESSENTIAL SkILLS FOR BIOLOGIST                       2.0
362A STUDIO IN ADV PHOTOGRAPHY                      3.0                                                                    1 12:00p- 1:50p W           SCI 356 Nuss, K         13165
                                                           382C ADVANCED COMPUTER GRAPHICS                        3.0      2 12:00p- 1:50p F           SCI 356 Nuss, K         13166
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 225A                      13250       1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 226A Lempke, P     13277
      Special Fees: $20.00                                                                                                 3 09:00a-10:50a T           SCI 356 Frankel, S 13167
                                                                 Special Fees: $10.00                                      4 09:00a-10:50a R           SCI 356 Frankel, S 13169
      Prerequisites: ART 262,                                    Prerequisites: ART 382,
362B STUDIO IN ADV PHOTOGRAPHY                      3.0                                                                  199 TOPICS IN BIO FOR MID SCHL TCH                       4.0
                                                           382D ADVANCED COMPUTER GRAPHICS                        3.0      1 6:35p- 9:30p MW SCI 331                           14838
  1 6:00p- 8:30p MW FA 225A                      13252       1 6:00p- 8:30p TR           FA 226A Lempke, P     13278
      Special Fees: $20.00                                                                                                      Departmental Approval Required
                                                                 Special Fees: $10.00                                           Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrent w/MATH145
      Prerequisites: ART 362,                                    Prerequisites: ART 382,
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College of Arts and Sciences                                                                                                           Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.         CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

201 GENERAL BIOLOGY I                                   4.0    324 ORNITHOLOGY                                             4.0    485L ADVTPC:APPLD & ENVRMTL BIOL                            3.0
  1 11:00a- 1:50p M         SCI 347                  13171       1 09:25a-10:40a TR          SCI 311 Stanton, J         13203       1 5:40p- 8:30p T            SCI 354 Chung, S           13685
     11:00a- 1:50p W        SCI 347                                  Special Fees: $10.00                                               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                                  Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                            326 ANIMAL PARASITOLOGY                                     4.0          Level Restriction: Graduate
     Comments: Must take concurrently w/BIO 150                  1 11:00a- 1:50p M           SCI 240 Readey, M 13218
  2 11:00a- 1:50p T         SCI 347 Kimble, M 13190                  11:00a- 1:50p W         SCI 354 Readey, M                                    — Chemistry (CHEM) —
     11:00a- 1:50p R        SCI 347 Kimble, M                        Special Fees: $10.00                                         See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                               103 NS CHEMISTRY AND SOCIETY                            3.0
     Comments: Must take concurrently w/BIO 150                327 MAMMALIAN ANATOMY                                       4.0      1 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 102 Nicholson, K 13251
  3 5:40p- 8:30p T          SCI 347 Stojkovic, E 13191           1 08:00a-10:50a M           SCI 354 Mungre, S 13220                     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     5:40p- 8:30p R         SCI 347 Stojkovic, E                     08:00a-10:50a F         SCI 360 Mungre, S                            20 OR A02 21
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Special Fees: $10.00                                           2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 102 Wysocki, J 13253
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                                 Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     Comments: Must take concurrently w/BIO 150                  2 08:00a-10:50a W           SCI 354 Mungre, S 13223                      20 OR A02 21
                                                                     08:00a-10:50a F         SCI 360 Mungre, S                      3 10:50a-12:05p TR         SCI 102 Tsonchev, S 13256
202 GENERAL BIOLOGY II                                  4.0          Special Fees: $10.00                                                Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 08:00a-10:50a M         SCI 356 Nuss, K          13192           Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                                  20 OR A02 21
     08:00a-10:50a F        CLS 1001 Nuss, K                                                                                        L18 11:20a- 2:00p S        EC 123                  14722
     Special Fees: $10.00                                      330 PLANT ANATOMY AND MORPHOLOGY                            4.0           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     Prerequisites: BIO 150 AND BIO 201 OR BIOL 102,             1 08:00a-10:50a W           SCI 308 Olfelt, J          13225             20 OR A02 21
     Departmental Approval Required                                  08:00a-10:50a M         SCI 308 Olfelt, J                           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Comments: Department Approval X5740                             Special Fees: $10.00                                           L19 6:10p- 8:50p T         EC 122                  14723
  2 08:00a-10:50a W         SCI 356 Nuss, K          13193           Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                                 Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     08:00a-10:50a F        CLS 1001 Nuss, K                   341 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY                                    4.0            20 OR A02 21
     Special Fees: $10.00                                        1 11:00a- 1:50p W           SCI 331 Chung, S           13228            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Prerequisites: BIO 150 AND BIO 201 OR BIOL 102,                 11:00a- 1:50p M         SCI 331 Chung, S
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                               108 CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS                                  4.0
                                                                     Special Fees: $10.00                                           1 08:15a-11:30a MW SCI 210 Sharma, S 13258
     Comments: Department Approval X5740                             Prerequisites: BIO 301 OR BIOL 301,
  3 5:40p- 8:30p M          SCI 356                  13194                                                                               Prerequisites: MATH 180 OR MATH 199A AND MATH 280
     5:40p- 8:30p W         SCI 356                            344 VERTEBRATE HISTOLOGY                                    4.0            OR MATH 199G,
     Special Fees: $10.00                                        1 3:00p- 5:30p M            SCI 354 Puryear, T 13231                    Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: BIO 150 AND BIO 201 OR BIOL 102,                 3:00p- 5:30p W          SCI 354 Puryear, T                          Comments: Auth x5571 Register w/MATH 281
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Special Fees: $10.00                                         110 NSL CHEMICAL CONCEPTS                               3.0
     Comments: Department Approval X5740                             Prerequisites: BIO 301 OR BIOL 301,                            1 12:00p- 1:50p MW SCI 210 Mataka, J               13261
299 ECOLOGY CONCEPTS                                    3.0    351 PHYCOLOGY                                               4.0           Special Fees: $15.00
  1 2:00p- 4:05p MW SCI 309 Ruderfer, I 14840                    1 11:00a- 1:30p T           SCI 354 Slate, J           14841            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
     Prerequisites: BIO 100 OR BIOL 100 AND BIO 104 OR               11:00a- 1:30p R         SCI 354 Slate, J                              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
       BIOL 104 AND MATH 380 OR MATH 199X,                           Special Fees: $10.00                                                Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                  Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                                 Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes
     Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrent w/MATH 380                 360 VERTEBRATE PHYSIOLOGY                                   4.0      2 4:30p- 6:20p R           SCI 216 Meegoda, M 13267
                                                                 1 11:00a- 1:30p R           SCI 356 Prete, F           13236            3:00p- 4:50p MW SCI 210 Meegoda, M
301 CELL BIOLOGY                                        4.0                                                                              Special Fees: $15.00
  1 08:00a-10:50a R         SCI 331                  13195           11:00a- 1:30p T         SCI 356 Prete, F
                                                                     Special Fees: $10.00                                                Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
     08:00a-10:50a T        SCI 331                                                                                                        A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Prerequisites: BIO 301 OR BIOL 301,
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103 AND CHEM 211,          362 BIOCHEMISTRY                                            4.0    211 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                                 5.0
  2 5:40p- 8:30p T          SCI 331 Thomas, J 13389              1 08:00a-10:50a T           SCI 316 Puryear, T 13238               1 11:00a-11:50a MW                      Weaver, T  13269
     4:15p- 5:30p TR        SCI 112 Thomas, J                        08:00a-10:50a R         SCI 318 Puryear, T                          11:00a-12:50p F                    Weaver, T
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Special Fees: $10.00                                                12:00p- 2:50p M       SCI 216 Weaver, T
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103 AND CHEM 211,                Prerequisites: BIO 301 OR BIOL 301 AND CHEM 231,                    Special Fees: $20.00
  3 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 112 Thomas, J 13390              2 08:00a-10:50a W           SCI 318 Stojkovic, E 13240                  Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
     5:40p- 8:30p R         SCI 331 Thomas, J                        08:00a-10:50a M         SCI 316 Stojkovic, E                          A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Special Fees: $10.00                                                Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103 AND CHEM 211,                Prerequisites: BIO 301 OR BIOL 301 AND CHEM 231,               2 11:00a-11:50a MW                      Weaver, T  13273
                                                                                                                                         08:00a-10:50a W       SCI 216 Weaver, T
303 GENERAL GENETICS                                    4.0    365 NEUROBIOLOGY                                            4.0           11:00a-12:50p F                    Weaver, T
  1 2:00p- 4:50p M          SCI 347                  13196       1 5:40p- 8:30p W            SCI 354 Prete, F           14842            Special Fees: $20.00
     2:00p- 4:50p F         SCI 112                                  5:40p- 8:30p M          SCI 354 Prete, F                            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Special Fees: $10.00                                                  A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                             Prerequisites: BIO 360 OR BIOL 312,                                 Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes
  2 2:00p- 4:50p F          SCI 112                  13197     391 INTERNSHIP IN BIOLOGY                                   3.0      3 12:00p- 2:50p W          SCI 216 Weaver, T       13281
     2:00p- 4:50p W         SCI 347                              1 TBA                                    Kasmer, J     13682            11:00a-11:50a MW                   Weaver, T
     Special Fees: $10.00                                            Major Restriction: A&S-Biology,A&S-Biology                          11:00a-12:50p F                    Weaver, T
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                             Departmental Approval Required                                      Special Fees: $20.00
  3 5:40p- 8:30p M          SCI 347 Kimble, M 13198                  Comments: Consent of Department                                     Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
     5:40p- 8:30p W         SCI 347 Kimble, M                                                                                              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     Special Fees: $10.00                                      485B ADVTPC:COMPRTV BIOL OF AGING                           3.0           Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                         1 5:40p- 8:30p M            SCI 316 Thomas, J 13245                4 11:00a-11:50a MW                      Weaver, T  13282
                                                                     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               11:00a-12:50p F                    Weaver, T
305 GENERAL ECOLOGY                                     4.0            Program,Graduate SAL
  1 11:00a- 1:50p W         SCI 308 Slate, J         13199                                                                               08:00a-10:50a M       SCI 216 Weaver, T
                                                                     Level Restriction: Graduate                                         Special Fees: $20.00
     11:00a- 1:50p M        SCI 308 Slate, J
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                       485H ADVTPC:CONSERVATION GENETICS                           3.0           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
  2 11:00a- 1:30p R         SCI 308                  13200       1 5:40p- 8:30p R            SCI 316 Olfelt, J          13247              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     11:00a- 1:30p T        SCI 308                                  5:40p- 7:30p T          SCI 316 Olfelt, J                           Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          5 7:05p- 9:45p M           SCI 216 Meegoda, M 13409
  3 5:40p- 8:30p W          SCI 308 Frankel, S 13201                   Program,Graduate SAL                                              5:15p- 6:55p MW                    Meegoda, M
     5:40p- 8:30p M         SCI 308 Frankel, S                       Level Restriction: Graduate                                         Special Fees: $20.00
     Prerequisites: BIO 202 OR BIOL 103,                                                                                                 Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
                                                                                                                                           A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
                                                                                                                                         Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes



38                                                                                                                                     Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                             College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.     Instr.           CRN

  6    7:05p- 9:45p W        SCI 216 Meegoda, M 13411            331 INSTR ANLYS:QUANTITATIVE METHO                         4.0    213    INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                            3.0
       5:15p- 6:55p MW                   Meegoda, M                1 7:05p- 9:45p TR          SCI 232 Al-Bazi, S         13436       1     09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 153 Adams, A            13313
       Special Fees: $20.00                                           5:40p- 6:55p TR                      Al-Bazi, S              214    BUSINESS & PROFSNL COMMUNICTN                          3.0
       Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR             Special Fees: $20.00                                           1     10:50a-12:05p TR        FA 255 Potee, N            13314
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                   Prerequisites: CHEM 213 AND CHEM 231,
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                                                                                      215    GROUP DISCUSSION                                       3.0
                                                                 347 ADV ORGANIC:POLYFUNCTNL COMP                           3.0      1     1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 153                            13315
212   GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                                4.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p TR          SCI 317 Fraiman, A 13439
  1    10:50a- 1:30p T       SCI 216 Nicholson, K 13283               Prerequisites: CHEM 232,                                     310    PERSUASION                                             3.0
       08:55a-10:40a TR                  Nicholson, K                                                                                1     2:50p- 4:05p TR                      Adams, A      13316
                                                                 360 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I SEMINAR                           1.0
       Special Fees: $20.00                                        1 7:05p- 8:55p M                        Tsonchev, S 13290       313    COMMUNICATION & GENDER                                 3.0
       Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106 AND CHEM 211,                                                                             1     4:15p- 5:30p TR         FA 203 Adams, A            13317
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                    390 SEMINAR IN CHEMISTRY                                   1.0
  2    10:50a- 1:30p T       SCI 216 Nicholson, K 13284            1 7:05p- 8:55p MW SCI 219 Weaver, T                   13291     314    orgAnIZATIonAL CoMMunICATIon                           3.0
       08:55a-10:40a TR      SCI 112 Nicholson, K                     Prerequisites: CHEM 311,                                       W1    12:30p- 3:10p U         B 146                      13014
       Special Fees: $20.00                                      403 PHYSICAL METHODS ORGANIC CHEM                          3.0    330    COMMUNICATION RESEARCH METHODS                         3.0
       Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106 AND CHEM 211,           1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          SCI 242 Curtis-Palmer 13441            1     4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 153                             13318
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                         Prerequisites: CHEM 232,                                             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  3    7:05p- 9:45p T        SCI 216 Nicholson, K 13415               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                  Program,Graduate SAL
       5:15p- 6:55p TR                   Nicholson, K                   Program,Graduate SAL                                       383    PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 1                              3.0
       Special Fees: $20.00                                                                                                          1     TBA              Internship          Adams, A      14615
       Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106 AND CHEM 211,         450 GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY                                     3.0
                                                                   1 7:05p- 8:20p TR          SCI 317                    13443       2     TBA              Internship                        14810
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                                                                                        3     TBA              Internship                        14811
  4    7:05p- 9:45p R        SCI 216 Nicholson, K 13417               Prerequisites: CHEM 331,
       5:15p- 6:55p TR                   Nicholson, K                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        384    PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 2                              6.0
       Special Fees: $20.00                                             Program,Graduate SAL                                         1     TBA              Internship                        14812
       Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106 AND CHEM 211,         456 ADV. CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHODS                           3.0      2     TBA              Internship                        14813
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                      1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 323 Al-Bazi, S                  13445     385    PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 3                              9.0
213   QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS                               5.0         Prerequisites: CHEM 451,                                       1     TBA              Internship                        14814
  1    1:30p- 4:30p MW SCI 234                         13285          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                        Program,Graduate SAL                                       401    INTRO GRAD STUDY                                       3.0
       12:00p- 1:20p MW                                                                                                              1     7:05p- 9:45p T          FA 247 Potee, N            13319
       Special Fees: $20.00                                                                                                                Major Restriction: Grad-Comm,Media,&Theatre
       Prerequisites: CHEM 212,                                             — Communication (CMTC) —                                       Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                    100 HU INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION                      3.0               Program,Graduate SAL
231   ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                                 4.0      1 08:00a-08:50a MWF FA 107 Bliss, J                  13292      404    COMMUNICATION THEORY                                   3.0
  1    10:50a- 1:30p T       SCI 226 Fraiman, A 13420                  Level Restriction: Undergraduate                              1     7:05p- 9:45p W          FA 247                     13320
       09:25a-10:40a TR                  Fraiman, A                2 08:00a-09:15a TR          FA 107 Mace, R           13293              Major Restriction: Grad-Comm,Media,&Theatre
       Special Fees: $20.00                                            Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
       Prerequisites: CHEM 212 AND CHEM 211,                       3 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 107 Ross, J                   13294                Program,Graduate SAL
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                          Level Restriction: Undergraduate
  2    09:25a-10:40a TR                  Fraiman, A 13422          4 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 107 Wirth, D                  13295
       10:50a- 1:30p R       SCI 226 Fraiman, A                        Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                              — Media (CMTM) —
       Special Fees: $20.00                                        5 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 107 Bliss, J                  13296      105 INTRODUCTION TO JOURNALISM                             3.0
       Prerequisites: CHEM 212 AND CHEM 211,                           Level Restriction: Undergraduate                              1 12:00p-12:50p MWF                    Bell-Jordan, K 13321
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                      7 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 107                   13297      160 FA THE ART OF FILM & VIDEO                             3.0
  3    7:05p- 9:45p T        SCI 226 Mataka, J         13425           Level Restriction: Undergraduate                              1 09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 107 Moraites, M 13322
       5:40p- 6:55p TR                   Mataka, J                 8 09:00a-10:15a MW FA 255 Snow, A                    13298        2 10:50a-12:05p TR        FA 107 Moraites, M 13323
       Special Fees: $20.00                                            Level Restriction: Undergraduate                              3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         FA 107 Moraites, M 13324
       Prerequisites: CHEM 212 AND CHEM 211,                           Departmental Approval Required                                4 4:15p- 5:30p TR         FA 107 Kane, K              13325
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                          Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                        5 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 107 Ritsema, R 13326
  4    7:05p- 9:45p R        SCI 226 Mataka, J         13427       L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR         EC 137                   14724        6 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 107                              13327
       5:40p- 6:55p TR                   Mataka, J                     Level Restriction: Undergraduate                              L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 123                      14727
       Special Fees: $20.00                                            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
       Prerequisites: CHEM 212 AND CHEM 211,                       6 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 107 Ross, J                   14809
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                          Level Restriction: Undergraduate                            165 BUSINESS OF BROADCAST MEDIA                            3.0
                                                                                                                                     1 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 255 Mun, S                       13328
232   ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                                4.0    101 FOUNDATIONS OF COMMUNICATION                          3.0
  1    5:40p- 6:55p MW                   Curtis-Palmer 13430       W1 2:00p- 4:40p S           CLS 3044 Pierson, R      13012      205 MEDIA wRITING                                          3.0
       7:05p- 9:45p M        SCI 226 Curtis-Palmer                 WJ1 12:30p- 3:10p S         CIS 402 Allen, H         13013        1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        FA 255 Rubinowitz, E 13329
       Special Fees: $20.00                                        1 09:25a-10:40a TR          FA 218 Kane, K           13299      260 INTRODUCTION TO VIDEO PRODUCTI                         3.0
       Prerequisites: CHEM 231,                                    2 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 153 Ross, J                   13300        1 10:50a-12:05p TR        E 112 Moran, C              13330
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                      3 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 216 Kane, K           13301        2 7:05p- 9:45p M          E 112 Apter, S              13331
  2    5:40p- 6:55p MW                   Curtis-Palmer 13432       4 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 153                           13302
       7:05p- 9:45p W        SCI 226 Curtis-Palmer                 5 4:15p- 5:30p TR           FA 218 O’Keefe, E        13303      265 MASS MEDIA & SOCIETY                                   3.0
       Special Fees: $20.00                                        6 2:00p- 2:50p MWF FA 153 Bujan, M                   13304        1 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 256 Mun, S                     13332
       Prerequisites: CHEM 231,                                    7 1:00p- 2:15p MW FA 255 Horwitz, K                  13305        2 5:40p- 6:55p TR         FA 255 Rubinowitz, E 13333
       Comments: See Printed Sched Dept Notes                          Departmental Approval Required                              361 DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING                                  4.0
                                                                       Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                        1 09:00a-10:40a TR        E 112 Moran, C              13334
260   GENERAL CHEMISTRY I SEMINAR                         1.0      L18 6:10p- 8:50p F          EC 127                   14725
  1    09:00a-10:50a F       SCI 224 Weaver, T         13286                                                                             Prerequisites: CMTM 260 OR MASS 260,
                                                                       Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    363 DOCUMENTARY FILM                                       3.0
261   GENERAL CHEMISTRY II SEMINAR                        1.0    200 THEORIES COMM, MEDIA & THEATRE                        3.0
  1    3:00p- 5:00p M                    Nicholson, K 13287                                                                          1 7:05p- 9:45p R          FA 107                      13338
                                                                   1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 247 Potee, N          13306      365 CONTEMP ISSUES IN MASS MEDIA                           3.0
262   ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I SEMINAR                         1.0    202 VOICE AND DICTION                                     3.0
  1    3:00p- 5:00p R                    Fraiman, A 13288                                                                            1 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 255 Mun, S                       13339
                                                                   1 08:00a-08:50a MWF FA 247 Mace, R                   13307            Prerequisites: CMTM 265 OR MASS 265,
311   PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY I                                4.0      2 08:00a-09:15a TR          FA 247 Horwitz, K        13308
  1    5:25p- 6:55p MW                   Tsonchev, S 13289                                                                         369F STD MM:NEwS wRITING                                   3.0
                                                                   3 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 247 Wirth, D                  13309        1 7:05p- 9:45p T          FA 104 Rubinowitz, E 13346
       12:00p- 4:00p F       SCI 121 Tsonchev, S                   4 09:25a-10:40a TR          FA 247 Mace, R           13310
       Special Fees: $20.00                                        5 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 247 Bujan, M                  13311      369H STD MM:AMERICAN HORROR FILM                           3.0
       Prerequisites: CHEM 213 AND MATH 202 AND CHEM 232           6 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 247 O’Keefe, E                  13312        1 7:05p- 9:45p M          FA 107 Ritsema, R 13343
         AND PHYS 203 AND PHYS 201 OR PHYS 206,                    L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 127                   14726
                                                                       Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
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College of Arts and Sciences                                                                                                               Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

370 PUBLIC RELATIONS                                      3.0                                                                         345 NETwORk SECURITY                                       3.0
  L18 1:10p- 3:50p S         EC 127                    14728                  — Computer Science (CS) —                                 1 5:00p- 7:40p F           CLS 3003 Prezas, P         13793
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    See Department Notes in back of Schedule.                                Prerequisites: CS 308,
371 HISTORY OF AMERICAN CINEMA I                          3.0     100 SB COMPUTERS AND SOCIETY                                  3.0   401 SOFTwARE ENGINEERING                                   3.0
  1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          FA 107 Ritsema, R         13341        1 10:50a-12:05p TR            FA 108 Caftori, N         13397       1 4:15p- 6:55p M           Hybrid       Sztainberg, M 13795
      Prerequisites: CMTM 160 OR MASS 160,                          2 4:15p- 5:30p TR             FA 108 Caftori, N         13398          Prerequisites: CS 304 OR CS 407,
                                                                    L96 12:25p- 1:40p MW EC 121                             14445          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
376 TELEVISION HISTORY                                    3.0            Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W                       Kane, K       13344                                                                                 Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                    L18 6:10p- 8:50p T            EC 121 Iehl, E            14729
      Prerequisites: CMTM 160 OR MASS 160,                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                     404 ANALYSIS OF ALGORITHMS                                 3.0
383 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 1                             3.0       L19 11:20a- 2:00p S           EC 121 Iehl, E            14730       1 7:05p- 9:45p W           CLS 2081 Naimipour, K 13796
  2 TBA               Internship         Moraites, M   14616             Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                          Prerequisites: CS 304 OR CS 407,
  1 TBA               Internship                       14815                                                                               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                  109 SB FYE:INFMTNAGE:IMPACT CHGO CULT                         3.0          Program,Graduate SAL
  3 TBA               Internship                       14816        1 1:00p- 2:15p MW                         Porps, F      14844
384 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 2                             6.0            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved     413 IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                  3.0
  2 TBA               Internship         Moraites, M   14617               seating                                                      1 08:00a-10:40a S          FA 108 Albright, J 13797
  1 TBA               Internship                       14817             Departmental Approval Required                                    Prerequisites: CS 207 OR CS 406,
                                                                         Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
385 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 3                             9.0       2 12:15p- 1:30p TR            FA 108 Caftori, N         14867            Program,Graduate SAL
  1 TBA               Internship                       14818             Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved     417 VIDEO GAME PROGRAMMING                                 3.0
                                                                           seating                                                      1 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 2108 Kazarinov, M 13800
                 — Theatre (CMTT) —                                      Departmental Approval Required                                    Prerequisites: CS 304 OR CS 407,
130 FA INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE                             3.0           Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR         F     109 Rodriguez, J 13348         200 PROGRAMMING I                                             3.0          Program,Graduate SAL
  2 09:00a-09:50a MWF F            109 Mace, R          13350       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR            CLS 3081 Sotak, K         13401     419 INFORMATICS                                            3.0
  3 11:00a-11:50a MWF F            109 Higginbotham 13352                Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106,                           1 7:05p- 9:45p M           SCI 228 Neapolitan, R 13802
  4 12:15p- 1:30p TR         F     109 Kuehnau, J 13353             2 5:40p- 6:55p TR             CLS 2105 Sotak, K         13405          Prerequisites: CS 304 AND CS 400 AND ECON 220,
  5 12:00p-12:50p MWF F            109 Wirth, D         13355            Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106,                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  6 10:25a-11:40a MW FA 255 Blair, J                    13358                                                                                Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                               201 DISCRETE STRUCTURES                                       3.0
     Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                         1 7:05p- 9:45p T              CLS 2109 Naimipour, K 13407
                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106,                                           — Dance (DAnC) —
139 THEATRE PRACTICUM 1                                    1.0
  1 12:30p- 2:30p W          F     111 Rodriguez, J 13361         207 PROGRAMMING II                                            3.0   Dance courses are listed under Music (DANC).
                                                                    1 12:15p- 1:30p TR            CLS 3046 Haque, M         13769
221 ACTING 1                                               3.0           Prerequisites: CS 200,                                                       — Economics (ECon) —
  1 1:00p- 2:50p MWF F             109 Antaramian, A 13363          2 5:40p- 6:55p TR             CLS 2056 Naimipour, K 13771         215 SB PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS                    3.0
239 THEATRE PRACTICUM 2                                    2.0           Prerequisites: CS 200,                                         1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 113 Ward, J               13408
  1 2:50p- 4:05p TR          F     111 Rodriguez, J 14444         300 CLIENT SIDE wEB DEV’T                                     3.0         Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                    1 7:05p- 9:45p R              FA 108 Porps, F           13773             20 OR A02 21
240 STAGECRAFT                                             3.0                                                                          2 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 113 Ward, J         13410
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR         F     109 Rodriguez, J 13370         301 COMP ORG w/ASSEMBLY LANG PROG                             3.0         Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
255 ORAL INTERP OF LITERATURE                              3.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p TR             CLS 2109 Haque, M         13774             20 OR A02 21
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 255 Bujan, M                   13372            Prerequisites: CS 207,                                         3 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2071 Cepon, M             13412
335 AMERICAN SOCIAL PROBLEM PLAYS                          3.0    304 DATA STRUCTURES                                           3.0         Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 203 Antaramian, A 13374                      1 5:40p- 6:55p TR             CLS 2005 Haque, M         13775             20 OR A02 21
                                                                         Prerequisites: CS 207,                                         4 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2071 Cepon, M             13413
336 REALISM AND NATURALISM                                 3.0                                                                              Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 4:15p- 5:30p TR          F     109 Higginbotham 13376         308 OPERATING SYSTEMS                                         3.0           20 OR A02 21
                                                                    1 7:05p- 9:45p W              CLS 2109 Kim, H           13777       5 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 129 Stuart, E               13414
339 THEATRE PRACTICUM 3                                    3.0           Prerequisites: CS 207 AND CS 301,
  1 TBA               F      111          Kuehnau, J 13379                                                                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                  311 MODERN COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE                              3.0           20 OR A02 21
340 SCENOGRAPHIC DESIGN                                    3.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p TR             CLS 3003 Prezas, P        13778       6 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 129 Bergan, D 13416
  1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          F     109 Kuehnau, J 13383                  Prerequisites: CS 207 OR CS 406 AND CS 301,                        Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     Prerequisites: CMTT 240,                                                                                                                 20 OR A02 21
                                                                  315 MODERN DATABASE MANAGEMENT                                3.0
345 DIRECTING                                              3.0      1 7:05p- 9:45p M              CLS 2005 Kim, H           13780       7 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 129 Bergan, D 13418
  1 2:50p- 4:05p MW F              109 Higginbotham 14482                Prerequisites: CS 207,                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
     Prerequisites: CMTT 221 AND CMTT 240,                                                                                                    20 OR A02 21
                                                                  319 FUNDAMENTALS SOFTwARE ENGNRG                              3.0     L18 6:10p- 8:50p R        EC 127                  14731
351 CHILDREN’S THEATRE wRkSHP:MD&                          3.0      1 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 108 Georgakis, D 13782
  1 10:00a-11:50a MWF F            111                  13385                                                                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                         Prerequisites: CS 304,                                               20 OR A02 21
358 ACTING 3                                               4.0    320 OOP                                                       3.0         Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W           F     109 Antaramian, A 13386          1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 2109 Georgakis, D 13784
     Prerequisites: CMTT 321 OR CMTT 246,                                                                                             217 SB PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS                    3.0
                                                                         Prerequisites: CS 304,                                         1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 2071 Cepon, M             13419
383 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 1                              3.0    321 SERVER SIDE wEB DEVELOPMENT                               3.0         Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 TBA               Internship                        14819       1 10:50a- 1:30p S             FA 108 Albright, J 13785                    20 OR A02 21
  2 TBA               Internship                        14820            Prerequisites: CS 300 AND CS 320,                              2 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 2071                13421
  3 TBA               Internship                        14821                                                                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                  323 CYBERLAw                                                  3.0           20 OR A02 21
384 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 2                              6.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 2020 Georgakis, D 13786
  1 TBA               Internship                        14822                                                                           3 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 2071                13423
                                                                         Prerequisites: CS 207,                                             Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
  2 TBA               Internship                        14823
                                                                  324 INTRO TO DESIGN OF ALGORITHMS                             3.0           20 OR A02 21
385 PROFESSIONAL INTERNSHIP 3                              9.0      1 7:05p- 9:45p R              CLS 2005 Kazarinov, M 13788           4 2:50p- 4:05p MW SCI 113 Ciecierski, C 13424
  1 TBA               Internship                        14824            Prerequisites: CS 201 AND CS 304,                                  Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
393 CREATIVE DRAMATICS                                     3.0    325 THEORY OF COMPUTATION                                     3.0           20 OR A02 21
  1 5:40p- 6:55p MW F              109                  13393       1 5:40p- 6:55p TR             CLS 2109 Tracy, K         13790       5 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 2071 Curran, B              13426
473 STUDIES IN THEATRE                                     3.0           Prerequisites: CS 201 OR CS 400 AND CS 304,                        Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M           F     109 Antaramian, A 13395                                                                                    20 OR A02 21
                                                                  331 COMPUTER NETwORkS                                         3.0     6 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 113 Gollan, K       13428
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          A 7:05p- 9:45p T              CLS 3003 Prezas, P        13791
       Program,Graduate SAL                                                                                                                 Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                         Prerequisites: CS 207 OR CS 406,                                     20 OR A02 21


40                                                                                                                                         Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                          College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.         CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.     Instr.           CRN

  7   7:05p- 8:20p TR         SCI 113 Gollan, K          13429       11 09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 256                  13540       14 7:05p- 9:45p W            SCI 131 Cantor, E         13605
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02                Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8
        20 OR A02 21                                                 12 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 131                 13541       15 2:50p- 4:05p TR                Cantor, E            13606
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T          EC 137                     14732           Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8
      Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 2 OR A02 19 OR A02            13 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3056 Barnett, T           13542       WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S          EC 106                    14738
        20 OR A02 21                                                     Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                       14 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 228 Davros, M 13545                       Departmental Approval Required
220 BUSINESS & ECONOMIC STATS I                             3.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          SCI 224 Ward, J            13431       15 10:00a-10:50a MWF                   Graf, T     13546     109C HU FYE:DRAMA & DIVERSITY IN CHGO                        3.0
      Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110,                               Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               1 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3081 Barnett, T                14846
  2 5:40p- 6:55p TR           SCI 113 Gollan, K          13433       17 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3005                      13549           Departmental Approval Required
      Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110,                               Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only
                                                                     18 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 219 Byard, V        13550
303 INTERMED MACROECONOMIC THEORY                           3.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7             109D HU FYE:LANGUAGE & LITCY ETHNO CHG                       3.0
  1 2:50p- 4:05p MW SCI 129 Bergan, D 13434                          19 11:00a-11:50a MWF                   Graf, T     13551       1 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 2054 Schroeder, C 14847
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217 AND MATH 165                  Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
        OR MATH 110 OR MATH 177,                                     20 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3044 Kritchevsky, B 13552                   seating
304 INTERMED MICROECONOMIC THEORY                           3.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Departmental Approval Required
  1 1:25p- 2:40p MW SCI 224 Ciecierski, C 13435                      21 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3005 White, B             13554           Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217 AND MATH 165                  Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7             201 HU THE wORLD OF POETRY                                   3.0
        OR MATH 110 OR MATH 177,                                     23 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 4006 Steil, M             13557       2 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 3105 Bruce, D         13614
                                                                         Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
310 BUSINESS & ECONOMIC STATS II                            3.0      24 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 211 Besemer, J 13558
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 3005 Schwinn, R 13437                  Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7             202 HU THE wORLD OF DRAMA                                    3.0
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217 AND ECON 220,             25 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 3056 Kritchevsky, B 13560       1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 222 Hoberg, T 13615
312 MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS                                  3.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 2056 Schwinn, R 13438              26 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 219                 13562       L18 11:00a-12:15p MWF EC 106                           14490
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217 AND MATH 165                  Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
        OR MATH 110 OR MATH 177,                                     27 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 2054 Graf, T               13564           Departmental Approval Required
                                                                         Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                   Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
313 ECON HIST OF EUROPE                                     3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            SCI 129 Stuart, E          13440       28 1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 152 Cronk, O                13566     203 HU THE wORLD OF FICTION                                  3.0
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217,                              Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               1 08:00a-09:15a TR           SCI 222 Davros, M 13616
                                                                     29 1:25p- 2:40p MW SCI 211 Besemer, J 13567                        Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
318 INTRO ECONOMETRICS & FORCSTNG                           3.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3081 Brodsky, G 13617
  1 7:05p- 8:20p MW CLS 3003 Curran, B                   13442       30 2:00p- 2:50p MWF SCI 228 Cronk, O               13569           Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217 AND MATH 165                  Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               3 12:00p-12:50p MWF                      White, B      13618
        OR MATH 110 OR MATH 177,                                     31 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 351 White, B        13570           Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
333 URBAN ECONOMICS                                         3.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               5 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 2044 Graf, T                    13620
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 3005                   13444       33 7:05p- 9:45p M          SCI 211 Bracken, T 13572                Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
      Prerequisites: ECON 215 AND ECON 217,                              Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               6 2:50p- 4:05p TR            CLS 3094 Schroeder, C 13621
                                                                     L19 09:10a-10:25a TR       EC 106                  14488           Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
401 FUNDAMENTALS OF BUSINESS ECON                           4.0          Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               L18 6:10p- 8:50p W           EC 123 Eze, C             14739
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 129 Stuart, E          13446           Departmental Approval Required                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 101,
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                         Departmental Approval Required
        Program,Graduate SAL                                         L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 106                         14736           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                         Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7             218 AMER LIT:BEGINNINGS TO 1865                              3.0
          — English Language Program —                                   Departmental Approval Required                             1 1:25p- 2:40p MW CLS 3031 Scherman, T 13622
            See Academic Development, Page 54.                           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                     WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F         EC 122                  14737     219 AMER LIT:1865 TO THE PRESENT                             3.0
                 — English (EngL) —                                      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7               1 2:50p- 4:05p TR            CLS 2071 Kim, J           13623
The English Placement Test is required before enrollment in              Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                 221 ENGL LIT:BEGINNINGS - C.1750                             3.0
English 101, Writing I. A grade of C or better in English 101      102 wRITING II                                          3.0      1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3081 Brodsky, G 13624
is prerequisite to advance to English 102, Writing II.               1 08:00a-08:50a MWF FA 256                         13581       2 12:15p- 1:30p TR           SCI 201 Greenburg, B 13626
See department notes for important information which may                 Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                       222 ENGL LIT:C.1750 TO PRESENT                               3.0
affect your enrollment and registration. See policy for first        2 08:00a-09:15a TR         FA 152                  13584       1 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 3094 White, H                    13630
class attendance.                                                        Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                         2 7:05p- 9:45p W             CLS 3094 Hoberg, T 13631
                                                                     3 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2005 Steil, M              13586
                                                                         Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                       235 INTRO TO CREATIVE wRITING I                              3.0
101 wRITING I                                           3.0                                                                         1 7:05p- 9:45p T             CLS 4006 Bracken, T 13632
  W1 6:00p- 8:40p F          SCI 323                 13021           4 09:25a-10:40a TR         CLS 3106 Besemer, J 13589
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                       316 FORMS OF POETRY                                          3.0
  WJ1 6:00p- 8:40p F         CIS 504 Johnson, Z 13023                5 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2109 Steil, M              13591       1 5:40p- 6:55p TR            CLS 4006 Bruce, D         13637
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                             Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
  1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 4006 Davros, M 13522                       6 10:50a-12:05p TR         CLS 2108 Cantor, E      13593     324 THE ROMANTIC NOVEL                                       3.0
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                         1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 3081 Brodsky, G 13638
  2 08:00a-08:50a MWF FA 255 Ogrodowski, B13525                      7 10:50a-12:05p TR         SCI 129                 13594           Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8
  4 08:00a-09:15a TR         SCI 351                 13529           8 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2005 Ogrodowski, B13597              325B RDGS wRLD LIT:MASTERPIECES                              3.0
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                         1 4:15p- 5:30p TR            CLS 2105 White, H         13639
  5 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3005 Davros, M 13530                       9 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 131 Eze, C                  13599           Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                       330 SHAkESPEARE:COMEDIES & ROMNCS                            3.0
  6 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3044 Kritchevsky, B 13532                  10 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 129 Cantor, E       13600       1 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 2081 Greenburg, B 13640
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                       Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                             Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
  7 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2109 Ogrodowski, B13534                    11 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 228 Ogrodowski, B13601
                                                                         Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                       331 SHAkESPEARE: TRAGEDIES                                   3.0
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7                                                                                  1 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 2105 Kim, J           13641
  9 09:00a-10:15a MW SCI 219 Steil, M                13536           12 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 2054 Buell, M       13602
                                                                         Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                             Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7
      Departmental Approval Required                                 13 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 351 Cronk, O                13604     333 MYTH BkGRND ENG & AMER LIT                               3.0
      Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                             Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                         1 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2105 Hoberg, T 13642
  10 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 3044 Kritchevsky, B 13538               Departmental Approval Required                                 Prerequisites: ENGL 102,
      Prerequisites: ELP 120 OR ELP 099, OR UEPW 7

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Course No.       Title                                     Credits   Course No.      Title                                Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.    Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.         CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.      Instr.          CRN

335 wRTN COMUNICATNS FOR BUSINESS                           3.0        2   11:00a-11:50a MW SCI 102 Hemzacek, J 13456
  W1 10:50a- 1:30p S          SCI 317                    13024             09:00a-10:50a W        SCI 120 Hemzacek, J                 — Foreign Languages and Literatures (FL) —
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                             Special Fees: $10.00                                     See Departmental Notes in back of Schedule for important
  WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S         CIS 406                    13025             Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR       course information and departmental requirements.
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                             300 FOR LANG CLINIC EXP SEC SCHL                         3.0
345 PRACTICAL CRITICISM                                     3.0        3 11:00a-11:50a MW SCI 102 Hemzacek, J 13458                   1 4:15p- 5:30p F           SCI 235                 14744
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 3081 Libretti, T       13644             10:00a-11:50a F        SCI 116 Hemzacek, J                      Comments: Clinical Hours Arranged
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                             Special Fees: $10.00
                                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR       302 INTRO TO TCHG FORGN LANGUAGES                        3.0
376 ADVANCED COMPOSITION                                    3.0              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               1 7:05p- 9:45p W           FA 218 Cloonan, D 13990
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF SCI 240 Barnett, T                  13646         4 2:00p- 3:50p MW SCI 120 Upadhyay, H 13460
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                             Special Fees: $10.00                                                      — Arabic (ArAB) —
377 ARGUMENTATIVE PROSE                                     3.0            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR       101 HU ARABIC I                                             3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 111 Hunt, S            13647               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               1 TBA              LIB 449                 Rahman, S   13672
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                             Departmental Approval Required                                09:25a-10:40a TR      CLS          3056 Rahman, S
                                                                           Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                     2 10:50a-12:05p TR       FA           216 Rahman, S    13674
378 TwENTIETH CENTURY FICTION I                             3.0        5 3:50p- 5:30p TR          SCI 120 Sanders, L 13462
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 2081 Scherman, T 13650                                                                                 TBA             LIB 449                 Rahman, S
                                                                           Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                             Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR       102 HU ARABIC II                                            3.0
382 CHICANO/A LITERATURE                                    3.0              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS                2005 Rahman, S   13676
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 2071                   14740         6 5:40p- 7:20p TR          SCI 120 Sanders, L 13463               TBA             LIB 449                 Rahman, S
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                             Special Fees: $10.00                                          Prerequisites: ARAB 101,
383 POSTCOLONIAL AFRICAN LITERATUR                          3.0            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR       201 ARABIC III                                              3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T                         Eze, C        13652               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               1 TBA              LIB 449                 Rahman, S   14713
      Prerequisites: ENGL 101, OR UEPW 8                               7 7:05p- 8:45p MW SCI 120 Upadhyay, H 13465                       1:25p- 2:40p MW CLS                3056 Rahman, S
                                                                           Special Fees: $10.00                                          Prerequisites: ARAB 102,
384 CREATIVE wRITING:POETRY I                               3.0            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3005 Bruce, D          13654               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                              — Chinese (CHIn) —
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102 AND ENGL 235 OR ENGL 236,                L19 08:30a-12:00p S        EC 128 Jones, N         14494
                                                                           Special Fees: $10.00                                     101 HU CHINESE I                                            3.0
386 CREATIVE wRITING:FICTION I                              3.0                                                                       1 TBA            LIB         449            Peng, Y    13704
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R            CLS 3046 Bracken, T 13656                    Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
                                                                             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  09:25a-10:40a TR          SCI 211        Peng, Y
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102 AND ENGL 235 OR ENGL 236,
                                                                           Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
390 YOUNG ADULT NOVEL                                       3.0        L18 5:20p- 8:50p T         EC 122 Jones, N         14742                      — French (FrEn) —
  1 10:50a- 1:30p S           CLS 3094                   14492             Special Fees: $10.00
      Prerequisites: ENGL 102,                                                                                                      101 HU FRENCH I                                             3.0
                                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR         1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 229 Klein, D                   13992
410 LITERARY METHODS & PRACTICE                             3.0              A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  TBA             LIB 449           Klein, D
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            B 152 Greenburg, B 13659                     Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                   2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 325 Klein, D                   13994
      Major Restriction: Grad-English                                123 NS GEOLOGY,RESOURCES & ENVIRNMNT                    3.0         TBA             LIB 449           Klein, D
      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      1 12:15p- 1:30p TR         SCI 102 Easterday, C 13468          3 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 2081 Galinsky, G                 13996
435 wRTG ASSESSMENT:THRY & PRACT                            3.0            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02          TBA             LIB 449           Galinsky, G
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 203 Schroeder, C 13662                      20 OR A02 21                                             5 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 228 Czech, P             14746
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters            2 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 102                          13470          TBA             LIB 449           Czech, P
        Program,Graduate SAL                                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02     102 HU FRENCH II                                            3.0
437w CONTEMP COMP:wTGACROSSCURRICUL                         3.0              20 OR A02 21                                             1 TBA              LIB 449           Galinsky, G       13997
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3044 Buell, M          14741         L19 09:10a-11:50a F        EC 106                  14496          7:05p- 8:20p MW                   Galinsky, G
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02          Prerequisites: FREN 101,
        Program,Graduate SAL                                                 20 OR A02 21                                             2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 240 Czech, P             14000
                                                                           Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                        TBA             LIB 449           Czech, P
448D 19C AM LIT:HAwTHORNE/MELVILLE                          3.0        L18 5:20p- 8:50p T         EC 128                  14743          Prerequisites: FREN 101,
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3020 Scherman, T 13665                   Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                  20 OR A02 21                                           103 HU FRENCH III                                           3.0
        Program,Graduate SAL                                               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                   1 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 228 Mc Goey, M           14002
                                                                                                                                         TBA             LIB 449           Mc Goey, M
450E ST ENG LIT:THE ENGLISH NOVEL                           3.0      207 THE ATMOSPHERE & THE OCEANS                         4.0         Prerequisites: FREN 102,
  1 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 247 Kim, J                        13666         1 7:05p- 8:45p M           SCI 116 Voglesonger, K 13472
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                6:15p- 8:45p W         SCI 116 Voglesonger, K            220 FRENCH CONVERSATION I                                   3.0
        Program,Graduate SAL                                               Special Fees: $10.00                                       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 3106 Mc Goey, M          14003
                                                                                                                                         Prerequisites: FREN 202,
461 DOSTOYEVSkI: THE MAJOR wORkS                            3.0      211 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY                                    4.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 107 White, H            13668         1 2:00p- 4:30p W           SCI 116 Fariduddin, M 13473       221 FRENCH GRAMMAR & COMPOSITN I                            3.0
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                2:00p- 3:40p M         SCI 116 Fariduddin, M               1 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 240 Czech, P             14004
        Program,Graduate SAL                                               Special Fees: $10.00                                          Prerequisites: FREN 103 AND FREN 202,
                                                                     311 MINERALOGY                                          4.0    300 InTro To FrEnCH CIVILIZATIon                            3.0
                — Earth Science (ESCI) —                               1 5:40p- 7:20p R           SCI 116 Voglesonger, K 13475        1 7:05p- 9:45p T          SCI 124 Mc Goey, M           14005
Graduate Students: Contact the Graduate Advisor for                        5:40p- 8:10p T         SCI 116 Voglesonger, K                 Prerequisites: FREN 223,
individualized study options. See Department Notes in back                 Special Fees: $10.00                                     320 INTRO TO FRENCH LITERATURE                              3.0
of Schedule.                                                               Prerequisites: CHEM 211 AND ESCI 306 OR ESCI 206,          1 5:40p- 6:55p MW                    Galinsky, G       14006
109 NS FYE:CHGO ROCkS! GEOLGY IN CITY                          3.0   317 PRIN SEDIMENTATION                                  4.0
   1 10:50a-12:05p TR            SCI 120 Hemzacek, J 13450             1 4:15p- 6:45p M           SCI 116 Fariduddin, M 13478                        — german (gEr) —
        Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved           5:15p- 6:55p W         SCI 219 Fariduddin, M             101 HU GERMAN I                                             3.0
          seating                                                          Special Fees: $10.00                                       1 TBA              LIB 449    Madsen, F                14008
   2 12:15p- 1:30p TR            SCI 120 Hemzacek, J 13451                 Prerequisites: ESCI 306 OR ESCI 206,                          09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 4006 Madsen, F
        Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved     331 GEOLOG STRUC & MAP INTERPRE                         4.0
          seating                                                                                                                   102 HU GERMAN II                                            3.0
                                                                       1 12:00p- 1:40p W          SCI 120 Upadhyay, H 13484           1 TBA              LIB 449    Madsen, F                14009
121 NSL INTRODUCTION TO EARTH SCIENCE                          3.0         11:00a- 1:30p M        SCI 120 Upadhyay, H                    10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 240 Madsen, F
   1 09:00a-10:50a M             SCI 116 Hemzacek, J 13453                 Special Fees: $10.00                                          Prerequisites: GER 101,
        11:00a-11:50a MW SCI 102 Hemzacek, J                               Prerequisites: ESCI 211,
        Special Fees: $10.00
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPS 30 OR
          A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24


42                                                                                                                                       Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                   College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.      Title                                     Credits   Course No.       Title                                     Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.    Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.    Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.     Instr.           CRN

                                                                    228 COMPOSITION/SPANISH-SPkNG I                             3.0      205    PHYS GEOG:CLIMATE,VEG & SOILS                          3.0
                   — Italian (ITAL) —                                 2 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 218 Santana, E 14315                  1     4:15p- 6:55p T          CLS 2081 Mostek, J         13835
101 HU ITALIAN I                                             3.0      1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3046 Lombardi, L 14316                      217    URBAN GEOGRAPHY                                        3.0
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF                                     14022     230 SPANISH CONVERSATION II                                 3.0        1     12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 364 Grammenos, D13837
     TBA          LIB 449                                             1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 2056 Maso, E                    14317
  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF                                     14757                                                                          218    CONSERV NATRL RESRCE                                   3.0
                                                                          Prerequisites: SPAN 220,                                         1     4:15p- 6:55p R                       Mostek, J     13838
     TBA          LIB 449
                                                                    240 EXTENSIVE READING IN SPANISH                            3.0      240    wATER RESOURCES & DEVELOPMENT                          3.0
                  — Korean (Kor) —                                    1 2:50p- 4:05p TR                        Geary, J      14318         1     10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 131 Qutub, M           13840
                                                                          Prerequisites: SPAN 224,
101 HU kOREAN I                                              3.0                                                                         291    GIS ACROSS DISCIPLINES                                 3.0
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 229               Park, K       14027     250 COMPOSITION/SPANISH-SPkNG II                            3.0        1     7:05p- 9:45p R          SCI 242 Mihir, M           13843
     TBA          LIB 449                   Park, K                   1 4:15p- 6:55p W            CLS 2108 Alfaro, K         14794
                                                                          Prerequisites: SPAN 228,                                       302L   REGIONAL GEOG: SOUTHEAST ASIA                          3.0
                                                                      L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 105                     14795         1     7:05p- 9:45p T          SCI 311 Mostek, J          13844
                   — polish (poL) —                                       Prerequisites: SPAN 228,                                       302Q   REGIONAL GEOG: wESTERN EUROPE                          3.0
101 HU POLISH I                                              3.0          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                         1     10:00a-10:50a MW SCI 235 Schmidt, C 14830
  1 TBA              LIB 449                Kolak, C      14150     312 SPANISH CNVRSATION III                                  3.0
     5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 240        Kolak, C                                                                                     339    GEOG OF FOSSIL ENERGY RESOURC                          3.0
                                                                      1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 218 Geary, J            14319         1     12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 224 Qutub, M           13845
102 HU POLISH II                                             3.0          Prerequisites: SPAN 310,                                               Prerequisites: GES 205,
  1 7:05p- 8:20p TR                         Kolak, C      14153     317 INTENSIVE wRITING IN SPANISH                            3.0
     TBA             LIB 449                Kolak, C                                                                                     344    CHICAGO RIVER ISSUES                                   3.0
                                                                      1 4:15p- 6:55p W            SCI 201 Artalejo, L 14320                1     09:00a-11:50a S         SCI 224 Jones, D           13847
     Prerequisites: POL 101,                                              Prerequisites: SPAN 240,                                               Prerequisites: GES 104 OR GES 150 OR GES 205,
                                                                      2 7:05p- 9:45p T            SCI 360 Cloonan, D 14321
                 — russian (ruSS) —                                       Prerequisites: SPAN 240,                                       351    SPATIAL STATISTICS                                     3.0
                                                                                                                                           1     7:05p- 9:45p T          SCI 242 Mihir, M           13849
101 HU RUSSIAN I                                             3.0    319 APPLIED SPANISH LINGUISTICS                             3.0
  1 1:00p- 2:15p MW            SCI 351      Galinsky, G   14278       1 4:15p- 6:55p T                         Cloonan, D 14322          359    ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING                                 3.0
     TBA         LIB           449          Galinsky, G                                                                                    1     4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 364 Banerjee, A 13851
                                                                    325C SEM:TEN CENTURIES OF POETRY                            3.0              Prerequisites: GES 150 OR GES 218 OR GES 220,
                                                                      1 4:15p- 6:55p M            SCI 228 Rizzo-Vast, P 14323
                 — Spanish (SpAn) —                                                                                                      367    GEOGRAPHY OF TOURISM                                   3.0
                                                                    325L SEM:BUSINESS SPANISH I                                 3.0        1     11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 224 Good, E                  13854
101 HU SPANISH I                                             3.0      1 4:15p- 6:55p T                         Lombardi, L 14324
  2 08:00a-09:15a TR         SCI 229 Pedroso, A           14286                                                                          374    RESEARCH METHODS                                       3.0
      01:00a-02:00a LIB 449              Pedroso, A                 329 INTRO SPAN AMER & SPAN LIT                              3.0        1     12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 364 Jones, D           14748
  4 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2056 Guzman, V                  14288       1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 1002 Pedroso, A 14326
                                                                          Prerequisites: SPAN 312 OR SPAN 317,                           389    URBAN DESIGN STUDIO                                    3.0
      TBA             LIB 449            Guzman, V                                                                                         1     7:05p- 9:45p M          SCI 242 Grammenos, D13855
  5 TBA               LIB 449            Pedroso, A       14291     331 HISPANIC wORLD CULTURES                                 3.0              Prerequisites: GES 217,
      09:25a-10:40a TR                   Pedroso, A                   1 4:15p- 6:55p W            FA 256 Geary, J            14329
  6 TBA               LIB 449            Guzman, V        14293           Prerequisites: SPAN 317,                                       390    ENVR DIGITAL IMAGE PROCESSING                          3.0
      10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2044 Guzman, V                                                                                                 1     4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 242 Mihir, M           13857
                                                                    354 SPANISH AMERICAN LIT TO 1888                            3.0              Prerequisites: GES 382 OR GES 291 OR GES 322,
  7 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2081 Maso, E                    14295       1 4:15p- 6:55p R                         Artalejo, L 14331
      TBA             LIB 449            Maso, E                          Prerequisites: SPAN 329,                                       391    GIS I 3.0
  8 TBA               LIB 449            Alfaro, K        14297                                                                            1     7:05p- 9:45p W          SCI 242 Howenstine, E 13858
      11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 325 Alfaro, K                           365T SPAN-AM SEM: LAT AM TEST NARR                          3.0
                                                                      1 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 240 Santana, E 14333               411    SCOP&PHL GEOG&ENV ST                                   3.0
  9 TBA               LIB 449            Alfaro, K        14299                                                                            1     7:05p- 9:45p T          SCI 351 Grammenos, D13860
      12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 311 Alfaro, K                           400 VISI=N DE AMTRICA I                                     3.0              Major Restriction: Grad-Geog & Envir Std
  11 2:00p- 2:50p MWF SCI 229 Maso, E                     14301       1 7:05p- 9:45p T            SCI 112 Lombardi, L 14335                      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      TBA             LIB 449            Maso, E                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                    Program,Graduate SAL
102 HU SPANISH II                                            3.0            Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                                                                                         442    GEOG PROB QUAN MEAS                                    3.0
  2 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 131 O’Kane, C                   14302     409I SM 20C SP-AM LT:REALISMO MAGIC                         3.0        1     7:05p- 9:45p T          SCI 242 Mihir, M           14831
      TBA             LIB 449            O’Kane, C                    1 7:05p- 9:45p W                         Artalejo, L 14338                 Major Restriction: Grad-Geog & Envir Std
      Prerequisites: SPAN 101,                                            Major Restriction: Grad-Latin Amer Lit&Cult                            Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  3 09:25a-10:40a TR                     Petefish, K      14303           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      TBA             LIB 449            Petefish, K                        Program,Graduate SAL                                         446E   SEM:ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING                             3.0
      Prerequisites: SPAN 101,                                                                                                             1     7:05p- 9:45p M          SCI 235 Banerjee, A 13861
  4 TBA               LIB 449            Petefish, K      14304                                                                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Geog & Envir Std
      10:50a-12:05p TR       SCI 229 Petefish, K
                                                                                      — Swahili (SWAH) —                                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Prerequisites: SPAN 101,                                      101 HU SwAHILI I                                             3.0     446T   SEM:GLOBAL wILDLIFE ISSUES                             3.0
  5 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3020 O’Kane, C                  14305       1 4:15p- 6:55p R              SCI 219      Mushi, S     14422        1     4:15p- 6:55p W          SCI 235 Schmidt, C 13863
      TBA             LIB 449            O’Kane, C                       TBA         LIB            449          Mushi, S                        Major Restriction: Grad-Geog & Envir Std
      Prerequisites: SPAN 101,                                                                                                                   Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
103 HU SPANISH III                                           3.0        - geography & Environmental Studies (gES) -
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2081 Rizzo-Vast, P              14308     See Department Notes in back of Schedule.                                               — History (HIST) —
      TBA             LIB 449            Rizzo-Vast, P              104 SB INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY                              3.0    See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3044 Rizzo-Vast, P              14309       1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 102 Schmidt, C 13804
      TBA             LIB 449            Rizzo-Vast, P                                                                                   111A SB wORLD HIST: wEST TO 1500                            3.0
                                                                      2 7:05p- 9:45p R              SCI 102 Mostek, J         13806        1 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3031 Raley, M                   14497
202 INTERMED SPANISH                                         3.0      3 09:25a-10:40a TR            SCI 102 Qutub, M          13807        2 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 3031 Raley, M                    14499
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3056 Guzman, V           14312       4 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 102 Good, E                     13808        3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 3031 Rosa, S             14500
                                                                      L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR           EC 123                    14747        4 4:15p- 5:30p TR         CLS 3031 Rosa, S             14502
220 SPANISH CNVRSATION I                                     3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 2:50p- 4:05p TR          SCI 229 Santana, E           14313                                                                          111B SB wORLD HIST: wEST, 1500-PRESENT                      3.0
      Prerequisites: SPAN 103,                                      109A SB FYE:CHGO GEOGPHS:GLOBAL CHICAG                        3.0      1 10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 2094 Schiffman, Z        14504
                                                                      1 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 224 Schmidt, C 13811                          2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 3031 Steinwedel, C       14505
224 INTENSIVE READING OF SPANISH                             3.0           Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  1 2:25p- 3:40p MW SCI 323 O’Kane, C                     14314                                                                            3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 2094 Steinwedel, C       14506
                                                                             seating
      01:00a-02:00a LIB 449              O’Kane, C                                                                                       111C SB wORLD HISTORY: EAST ASIA                            3.0
      Prerequisites: SPAN 103,                                      150 SB INTRO TO ENVIRNMNTL STUDIES                            3.0      1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3031 Eisenberg, A              14507
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T         EC 128                       14793       1 TBA                 Online              Good, E       13812        2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3031 Eisenberg, A              14508
      Prerequisites: SPAN 103,                                             Comments: See Department Notes
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        2 7:05p- 9:45p W              SCI 364 Banerjee, A 13813
                                                                      3 10:50a-12:05p TR            SCI 364 Jones, D          13832
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College of Arts and Sciences                                                                                                               Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.       Title                                     Credits   Course No.       Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.    Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

111D SB wORLD HIST: LATIN AMERICA                         3.0                                                                         334 CRIMINAL LAw AND PROCEDURE                          3.0
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 2081 Bueno, C        14509                  — Justice Studies (JuST) —                                1 4:15p- 6:55p W          CLS 2109 Campbell, J 13968
  2 4:15p- 5:30p TR           CLS 2094 Grossman, R     14510     See Department Notes in back of Schedule.                                 Prerequisites: JUST 201 OR CRJU 201,
  3 5:40p- 6:55p TR           CLS 2094 Grossman, R     14511     101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL JUSTICE                             3.0   345 PRACTICUM IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE                       3.0
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 107 Gerdow, G         14749       1 2:50p- 4:05p TR             B 158 Bernstein, D 13942               1 4:15p- 6:55p R                      Natcone, A 13969
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                     2 12:00p- 1:15p MW B 158 Okosun, T 13943                                Prerequisites: JUST 202 AND JUST 101 AND JUST 241 AND
111E SB wORLD HISTORY: AFRICA                             3.0      3 1:25p- 2:40p MW B 146 Okosun, T 13944                                   JUST 301,
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 2094 Tuck, M         14512       L18 6:10p- 8:50p R            EC 122 Miranda, M 14758                   Departmental Approval Required
  2 2:50p- 4:05p TR           CLS 2020 Tuck, M         14513            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                           Comments: Auth Reqd: See Dept Notes
214 SB U.S. HISTORY 1607-1877                             3.0    109 SB FYE:JUSTICE IN CHICAGO                                  3.0     2 7:05p- 9:45p W          B 146 Okosun, T 13970
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3031 Riess, S                14514       1 10:50a-12:05p TR                        Natcone, A 13574              Prerequisites: JUST 202 AND JUST 101 AND JUST 241 AND
  2 10:25a-11:40a MW SCI 219 Schmeller, M              14515            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved             JUST 301,
      Departmental Approval Required                                      seating                                                          Departmental Approval Required
      Comments: CASEP See Dept Notes                             201 INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM                              3.0        Comments: Auth Reqd: See Dept Notes
  3 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2094 Morgan, F               14516       1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3003 Bowcott, R 13945                      350 FIELD wORk SEMINAR                                  6.0
  4 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 2094 Schmeller, M             14517       2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 3081 Bowcott, R 13946                         1 08:30a-11:10a S         CLS 4006 Matthews, N 13971
  5 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 2020 Gerdow, G                14518     202 JUSTICE AND INEQUALITY                                     3.0        Prerequisites: JUST 345,
  6 2:50p- 4:05p MW CLS 3031 Morgan, F                 14519       1 09:25a-10:40a TR            CLS 3003                   13947          Departmental Approval Required
  WL1 08:30a-11:10a S         EC 107 Gerdow, G         14520            Prerequisites: JUST 101,                                           Comments: Auth Reqd: See Dept Notes
      Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski                          2 1:25p- 2:40p MW CLS 2005                               13948
215 SB U.S. HISTORY 1877-PRESENT                          3.0           Prerequisites: JUST 101,                                        — Latino and Latin Amer Studies (LLAS) —
  WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S         CIS 504 Ali, S           13043       3 2:50p- 4:05p TR             FA 153 Bannister, S 13949            101 SB INTRO TO LATINO & L. A. STUDIE                       3.0
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 2094 Gerdow, G                14521            Prerequisites: JUST 101,                                        1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 240 Ortiz, V          14049
  2 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 2020 Johnson, J      14522       L18 6:10p- 8:50p R            EC 105                     14759       2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 228 Bueno, C          14051
  3 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 2020 Bacino, L       14523            Prerequisites: JUST 101,
  4 2:50p- 4:05p TR           CLS 2044 Bacino, L       14524            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      109 SB FYE:ART,THOUGHT, & REVLTN CHGO                       3.0
  5 7:05p- 8:20p TR           CLS 3031 Hoff, T         14525                                                                            1 08:00a-08:50a MWF                     Mendoza, J 14052
                                                                 241 SkILLS FOR INQUIRY I                                       3.0        Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F          EC 107                   14750       2 10:50a-12:05p TR            FA 256 Capeheart, L 13950
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                               seating
                                                                        Prerequisites: JUST 101,                                           Departmental Approval Required
300A ANCIENT GREECE                                       3.0      3 4:15p- 6:55p T              CLS 3056 Milovanovic, D13951              Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 3003 Schiffman, Z    14527            Prerequisites: JUST 101,
  2 7:05p- 9:45p R            CLS 2109 Schiffman, Z    14528       4 7:05p- 9:45p M              CLS 4006 Capeheart, L 13952          201 CULTURE & HISTORY OF LATINOS                            3.0
                                                                        Prerequisites: JUST 101,                                        1 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 4006 Gomez, C         14053
301 MEDIEVAL EUROPE                                       3.0
  1 2:50p- 4:05p MW CLS 3003 Raley, M                  14529     301 THRYS OF JUST & SOCIAL CHANGE                              3.0   224 THE CHICANO MOVEMENT                                    3.0
                                                                   1 08:00a-09:15a TR            CLS 3003 Terpstra, J 13953             1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 364                             14056
305 EUR/AGE OF IMPERLSM 1871-1919                         3.0
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 3003 Steinwedel, C   14531            Prerequisites: JUST 101 OR CRJU 101 AND JUST 202 OR           312 INTRODUCTION TO THE BARRIO                              3.0
                                                                          CRJU 202,                                                     1 7:05p- 9:45p T            Hybrid      Ortiz, V      14833
325 INDUST & PROGR AMER 1877-1929                         3.0           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,Junior, 60-89 hrs,Senior,
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3003 Riess, S                14532              90 or more hrs                                                              — Linguistics (LIng) —
327 U.S.AGE OF CRISIS 1945-PRESNT                         3.0      2 12:15p- 1:30p TR            CLS 2005 Milovanovic, D13954         See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 2056 Bacino, L                14534            Prerequisites: JUST 101 OR CRJU 101 AND JUST 202 OR
                                                                          CRJU 202,                                                   110 HU LEXICOLOGY:THE STUDY OF wORDS                       3.0
332B U.S. FOREIGN RELTNS 1914-PRES                        3.0           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,Junior, 60-89 hrs,Senior,      1 09:25a-10:40a TR                      Sreenan, N    14016
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 2094 Grossman, R               14535              90 or more hrs                                                2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 222 Duchaj, K                 14017
335 HIST CRIME & VIOLENCE IN AMER                         3.0      3 7:05p- 9:45p W              CLS 2005 Toffolo, C        13955       3 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2044 Duchaj, K                14019
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 2109 Riess, S        14751            Prerequisites: JUST 101 OR CRJU 101 AND JUST 202 OR           120 HU LANGUAGE & HUMAN BEHAVIOR                           3.0
351 CENTRAL AMER & THE CARIBBEAN                          3.0             CRJU 202,                                                     1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3094 Strid, J                 14021
  1 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3003 Grossman, R               14537            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,Junior, 60-89 hrs,Senior,      2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3094 Strid, J                 14023
                                                                          90 or more hrs                                                3 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 3105 Duchaj, K                 14025
353 HISTORY OF MEXICO                                     3.0                                                                           4 2:25p- 3:40p MW FA 255 Sreenan, N                   14026
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 2109 Bueno, C        14539     309 PORTRAYAL OF CRIME IN MEDIA                                3.0
                                                                   1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2109 Bowcott, R 13956                             Departmental Approval Required
361 MODERN CHINESE HISTORY                                3.0                                                                                Comments: CASEP - See Printed Dept Notes
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF CLS 3046 Eisenberg, A             14542     312 THEORIES OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR                              3.0     5 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 3094 Monter, R        14028
                                                                   1 09:25a-10:40a TR            CLS 2109 Milovanovic, D13957           6 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 3071 Monter, R        14030
373 wOMEN & GENDER IN AFR HIST                            3.0           Prerequisites: JUST 101 OR CRJU 101,
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W            CLS 2005 Tuck, M         14752                                                                            7 10:50a-12:05p TR               Sreenan, N           14031
                                                                 315F PRSM:THE LAw AND TERRORISM                                3.0     9 2:50p- 4:05p TR           CLS 3020 Monter, R        14032
392 PROBLEMS IN HISTORY                                   3.0      1 09:25a-10:40a TR            CLS 2005 Terpstra, J 13958             10 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 3020 Dreyfuss, G      14033
  1 3:00p- 3:50p MWF FA 153 Bacino, L                  14545                                                                            11 4:15p- 6:55p R           CLS 2071 Sreenan, N       14034
  2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 2109 Johnson, J      14547     315H PRSM:500 YEARS OF RESISTANCE                              3.0     L18 6:10p- 8:50p T          EC 134 Strid, J           14764
  3 2:50p- 4:05p TR           CLS 3003                 14548       1 TBA                 Online              Terpstra, J 13961               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                        Comments: Online Course Call JS for Info
393 PRO-SEMINAR IN HISTORY                                3.0                                                                         201 INTRO TO GENERAL LINGUISTICS                           3.0
  1 1:25p- 2:40p MW CLS 3003 Morgan, F                 14550     315I PRSM:CURRENT TRENDS                                       3.0     1 1:00p- 2:15p MW SCI 129 Hallett, R                  14035
      Major Restriction: A&S-History                               1 4:15p- 6:55p M              CLS 2109 Matthews, N 14760             2 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 3020 Mahootian, S     14036
      Departmental Approval Required                             315J PRSM:JUSTICE STUDIES                                      3.0   301 HISTORY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE                            3.0
      Comments: Seminar for Majors-Cons of Instr                   1 7:05p- 8:20p TR             SCI 101 Bernstein, D 13960             1 4:15p- 6:55p W            CLS 2056 Duchaj, K        14037
401 HISTGRPHY & HISTORICAL METHOD                         3.0    321 VIOLENCE AGAINST wOMEN                                     3.0          Prerequisites: LING 201,
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3071 Schmeller, M    14552       1 4:15p- 6:55p R              CLS 2081 Bannister, S 13962
      Major Restriction: Grad-History                                                                                                 303 GRAMMARS OF ENGLISH                                    3.0
                                                                 322 wOMEN, JUSTICE AND THE LAw                                 3.0     1 4:15p- 6:55p M            CLS 2005 Hallett, R       14038
411 RDGS EARLY MODERN EUROPE                              3.0      1 7:05p- 9:45p W              FA 153 Campbell, J 13963                    Prerequisites: LING 201,
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            FA 218 Rosa, S           14556     327 IMM POL & HUMAN RTS/CENT AMER                              3.0
      Major Restriction: Grad-History                                                                                                 322 INTRO TO SOCIOLINGUISTICS                              3.0
                                                                   L18 6:10p- 8:50p W            EC 105                     14761       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 311 Kaplan-Weinger    14039
434 RDGS 20TH CENTURY AMERICA                             3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            CLS 3106 Miller, P       14557                                                                          361 INTRO TO wORLD ENGLISHES                               3.0
                                                                 330 LEGAL RES/BIBLGRPHY CRIM LAw                               3.0     1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 364 Hallett, R        14633
      Major Restriction: Grad-History                              1 12:15p- 1:30p TR            B 152 Natcone, A 13964                      Prerequisites: LING 201,
                                                                 331 LAw AND RACISM IN AMERICA                                  3.0
                                                                   1 12:15p- 1:30p TR            CLS 2056 Capeheart, L 13967



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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                        College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.       Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                                 Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.          CRN

401 FUNDAMNTLS MODERN LINGUISTICS                          3.0      2   09:25a-10:40a TR                   Kupiec, A  14050       L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 117 Cotte, J                  14769
  1 4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 2108 Mahootian, S 14041                Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
405 TYPOLOGY                                               3.0      3 11:00a-11:50a MWF                    Schukas, M 14054           Departmental Approval Required
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R           CLS 2108 Boyle, J          14628           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Major Restriction: Grad-Linguistics                                 A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                             165 FIN MATH-BUS/SOC SCI                                  3.0
                                                                    4 7:05p- 8:20p MW                      Schukas, M 14055       1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 325 Gleyzer, J                 14564
437 INTRO TO GENERATIVE GRAMMAR                            3.0          Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W           SCI 240 Boyle, J           14627                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
                                                                         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     26 OR A02 27
     Prerequisites: LING 401 OR TESL 402,
     Major Restriction: Grad-Linguistics                          141 MA COLLEGE MATHEMATICS I                           3.0      2 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 233 Gleyzer, J                14566
                                                                    W1 10:50a- 1:30p S        SCI 113 Hardy, J        13095           Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
438 SYNTAX                                                 3.0          Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W           SCI 240 Boyle, J           14042             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              3 7:05p- 8:20p TR          SCI 129 Pouladdege, P 14567
     Prerequisites: LING 401,                                       WJ1 09:10a-11:50a S       CIS 402                 13096           Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
     Major Restriction: Grad-Linguistics                                Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
446 SOCIOLINGUISTICS                                       3.0            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              4 2:50p- 4:05p TR          SCI 233 Rustagi, R 14568
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T           SCI 240 Kaplan-Weinger 14043               Departmental Approval Required                                Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL           Comments: Permit Reqd                                           26 OR A02 27
                                                                    3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 113 Pouladdege, P 14543         5 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 325                           14569
448 DISCOURSE ANALYSIS                                     3.0          Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 4006 Kaplan-Weinger14626                 A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    26 OR A02 27
     Prerequisites: LING 401 OR TESL 402 AND LING 437 AND           2 1:25p- 2:40p MW SCI 113                         14766       6 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 201 Maglio, R                 14570
       LING 446,                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR            Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    26 OR A02 27
450 FIRST LANGUAGE AQUISITION                              3.0    143 COLLEGE MATHEMATICS II                             3.0      L18 7:10p- 8:25p MW EC 117 Cotte, J                  14770
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R           SCI 124 Mahootian, S 14048             1 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 113                        14544           Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
     Prerequisites: LING 401,                                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Departmental Approval Required
       Program,Graduate SAL                                         2 7:05p- 8:20p MW SCI 113 Choi, S                 14546           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR      167 BUSINESS CALCULUS I                                   4.0
    — Mathematics Development (MATH) —                                    A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              1 08:00a-09:50a MW SCI 129 Finley, P                 14572
            See Academic Development, Page 54.                      3 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 129 Resnicoff, G 14549              Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
                –– Mathematics (MATH) ––                                  A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              4 11:40a- 1:30p TR                                   14573
Successful completion of course prerequisites is                    4 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 129 Kupiec, A       14551           Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
required before registration is permitted. When                         Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
manual verification of prerequisites is needed, a prerequisite            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              5 7:05p- 8:55p TR          SCI 233 Hardy, J          14574
verification form is submitted to the Mathematics office            WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 123 Duggal, V        14768           Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
S214B for processing. These forms are made available two                Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
weeks prior to advance registration and can be obtained                   A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              6 10:00a-11:50a MW SCI 113 Koo, J                    14576
from the Mathematics office or our department website                   Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                      Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
www.neiu.edu/~math. Follow the instructions carefully.            145 ALGEBRA CNCPTS MID SCHL TCHG                       4.0            26 OR A02 27
                                                                    1 4:45p- 6:30p W          CLS 2054 Pryjma, G      14848       7 7:05p- 8:20p MW SCI 233 Gleyzer, J                 14577
In addition to NEIU coursework, prerequisites may also                                                                                Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
be met by qualifying transfer coursework, ACT or Math                   4:00p- 6:30p M        SCI 219 Pryjma, G
                                                                        4:00p- 4:45p W                     Pryjma, G                    26 OR A02 27
Placement scores. Prerequisites for Mathematics courses are                                                                       2 09:00a-12:30p S          SCI 129 Gleyzer, J        14771
accessible on NEIUport and can also be found in the most                Prerequisites: MATH 141 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR
                                                                          A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                  Prerequisites: MATH 163, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
recent academic catalog.                                                Departmental Approval Required                                  26 OR A02 27
For the most up-to-date information, please check the bulletin          Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrent w/BIO 199                177 MA ELEM FCT SCIENCE/MATH                              3.0
boards by the Math Office SCI 214B, the department website        147 STATSTCAL CNCPTS MID SCHL TCHG                     4.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 325 Finley, P                  14580
www.neiu.edu/~math or contact the Mathematics Department            1 11:30a- 1:30p R                      Turian, E  14849           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
at 773-442-5776 or 5760 for assistance.                                 11:30a- 1:30p T                    Turian, E                    A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 141 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR        2 09:25a-10:40a TR         SCI 233 Hardy, J          14582
See Department Notes in back of Schedule.                                                                                             Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
                                                                          A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
104 MA COLLEGE ALGEBRA                                    3.0           Departmental Approval Required                                  A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
   1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 233 Gleyzer, J               14040             Comments: AuthX5571 Concur w/BIO 104&105                  3 5:40p- 6:55p TR          SCI 112                   14584
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                                                                            Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               163 MA ELEM FUNCTIONS FOR BUSINESS                     3.0            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
                                                                    1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 325 Choi, S                 14553       4 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 201                          14585
112 MA STATISTICS IN DAILY LIFE                           3.0           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
   1 08:00a-09:15a TR         SCI 113 Kupiec, A       14044                                                                           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
                                                                          A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                    A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR          2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 233 Choi, S                 14554
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR      178 ELEM FCT SCIENCE/MATH SEMINAR                         1.0
   2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 129                          14045               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              1 TBA                                  Finley, P     14588
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR          3 2:00p- 4:40p S          SCI 113 Hafeez, F       14555       2 11:00a-12:50p F                      Mitina, A     14590
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR      185 PRECALCULUS                                           4.0
   3 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 129                        14046               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              5 TBA               Online             Gudehithlu, S 14059
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR          4 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 113 Pouladdege, P 14559             Prerequisites: MATH 177, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
   WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S        EC 137 Duggal, V        14765               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              1 7:05p- 8:55p MW SCI 325 Finley, P                  14592
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR          5 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 201 Pouladdege, P 14561             Prerequisites: MATH 177, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                     Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
        Departmental Approval Required                                    A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              2 5:05p- 6:55p TR          SCI 325 Hardy, J          14594
        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    6 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 233                       14562           Prerequisites: MATH 177, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
113 MA QUANTITATIVE REASONING                             3.0           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR              26 OR A02 27
   1 12:15p- 1:30p TR                      Kupiec, A  14047               A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              3 09:50a-11:30a TR         SCI 325 Turian, E         14595
        Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR                                                                            Prerequisites: MATH 177, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
         A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                                                                                     26 OR A02 27
                                                                                                                                  4 10:00a-11:50a MW SCI 129 Maglio, R                 14596
                                                                                                                                      Prerequisites: MATH 177, OR UMPR 35 OR A02 25 OR A02
                                                                                                                                        26 OR A02 27
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Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN

186 PRECALCULUS SEMINAR                                1.0    321 HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS                                  3.0    104 FA MUSIC CONCEPTS: INTRODUCTION                    3.0
  1 5:05p- 6:55p W                    Finley, P     14597       1 2:50p- 4:05p MW SCI 364 Koo, J                       14593       1 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 202 Kowalkowski, J14071
  2 TBA                               Turian, E     14598           Prerequisites: MATH 243 AND MATH 251,                          2 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 202 Kowalkowski, J14073
187 CALCULUS I                                         4.0    331 FOUNDATIONS OF ALGEBRA I                                3.0      3 1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 202 Condon, O 14074
  5 TBA              Online           Gudehithlu, S 14061       1 4:15p- 5:30p TR           SCI 131 Cofer, T           14634       4 12:15p- 1:30p TR         FA 202 Snow, L         14076
     Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106, OR UMPR 40                Prerequisites: MATH 243 AND MATH 251,                          5 09:25a-10:40a TR         FA 202 Myintoo, S 14078
  1 2:00p- 3:50p MW SCI 201 Finley, P               14599                                                                          6 10:50a-12:05p TR         FA 202 Myintoo, S 14080
                                                              334 MATH STATISTICS I                                       3.0      7 08:00a-09:15a TR         FA 202 Snow, L         14083
     Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106, OR UMPR 40            1 7:05p- 8:20p TR           SCI 364 Rustagi, R 14635
  2 7:05p- 8:55p TR         SCI 325 Resnicoff, G 14600                                                                             8 7:05p- 8:20p MW FA 152 Cowan, K                 14085
                                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 203,                                       WL1 08:30a-11:10a S        EC 106 Teruel, H       14653
     Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106, OR UMPR 40
  4 11:40a- 1:30p TR        SCI 325 Turian, E       14601     337 THEORY OF EQUATIONS                                     3.0          Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski
     Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106, OR UMPR 40            1 2:50p- 4:05p TR           SCI 224 Cofer, T           14636     105 BASIC MTLS IN MUSIC THEORY                         2.0
                                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 202 AND MATH 251,                          1 09:25a-10:15a TR         FA 144 Gurin, S        14089
188 CALCULUS I SEMINAR                                 1.0
  1 5:05p- 6:55p W          SCI 113 Wrinkle, N 14602          338 ADV CALCULUS:SINGLE VARIABLE                            3.0    106 ORIENTATION TO MUSIC EDUCATION                     1.0
  2 TBA                               Wrinkle, N 14603          1 5:40p- 6:55p TR           SCI 131 Mitina, A          14637       1 3:00p- 3:50p T                       Sharlow, D 14090
                                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 203,
202 CALCULUS II                                        4.0                                                                       109 FA FYE:CHI-TUNES:MUSIC IN CHICAGO                  3.0
  1 11:40a- 1:30p TR                  Mitina, A     14604     339 ADV CALCULUS:MULTI-VARIABLE                             3.0      1 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 152 Gerritson, S 13629
     Prerequisites: MATH 187 OR MATH 107, OR UMPR 40            1 7:05p- 8:20p TR           SCI 131 Polyashuk, M 14638                 Departmental Approval Required
  2 5:05p- 6:55p TR         SCI 364 Resnicoff, G 14605              Prerequisites: MATH 203 AND MATH 243,                              Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
     Prerequisites: MATH 187 OR MATH 107, OR UMPR 40          340 COMPUTING FOR MATHEMATICIANS                            4.0      2 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 152 Gerritson, S 13633
203 CALCULUS III                                       4.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 311 Wrinkle, N 14639                             Departmental Approval Required
  1 7:05p- 8:55p TR         SCI 224 Filus, L        14606           Prerequisites: MATH 202,                                           Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
     Prerequisites: MATH 202,                                 380 CALCULUS CNCPTS MID SCHL TCHG                           4.0    110 CLASS VOICE I                                      2.0
  2 08:00a-09:50a MW SCI 224 Maglio, R              14607       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR                       Cofer, T      14853       1 12:00p-12:50p MW FA 152 Cowan, K                14092
     Prerequisites: MATH 202,                                       Departmental Approval Required                               111 CLASS VOICE II                                     2.0
243 LINEAR ALGEBRA I                                   3.0          Comments: AuthX5571 Concur w/BIO 250 or 299                    1 1:00p- 1:50p MW FA 145 Cowan, K                 14095
  1 1:25p- 2:40p MW SCI 364 Koo, J                  14608     401 NUMBER THEORY ELEM TCHR                                 3.0          Prerequisites: MUS 110,
     Prerequisites: MATH 187 OR MATH 107, OR UMPR 40            1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 323 Gwanyama, P 14641                      112 CLASS PIANO I                                      2.0
  2 4:15p- 5:30p TR         SCI 224 Mitina, A       14609           Prerequisites: MATH 435,                                       1 09:00a-09:50a MW FA 148 LabMach, E 14097
     Prerequisites: MATH 187 OR MATH 107, OR UMPR 40                Major Restriction: Grad-Math:Elem Schl Tchr                        Special Fees: $15.00
251 DISCRETE MATHEMATICS                               3.0          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                        Departmental Approval Required
  2 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 131                         14575     406 LINEAR PROGRAMMING:THRY & PRAC                          3.0          Comments: Consent of Dept
     Prerequisites: MATH 187 OR MATH 107, OR UMPR 40            1 5:40p- 6:55p TR           SCI 351 Polyashuk, M 14643             2 3:00p- 3:50p MW FA 148 Mach, E                  14099
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 113 Hemmer, G 14610                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Special Fees: $15.00
     Prerequisites: MATH 187 OR MATH 107, OR UMPR 40                  Program,Graduate SAL                                             Departmental Approval Required
262 CALCULUS II SEMINAR                                1.0                                                                             Comments: Consent of Dept
                                                              421 MODERN GEOMETRY                                         3.0
  1 TBA                               Mitina, A     14578       1 7:05p- 8:20p MW SCI 351 Gidea, M                     14854     113 CLASS PIANO II                                     2.0
  2 7:05p- 8:55p T                    Resnicoff, G 14579            Prerequisites: MATH 312,                                       1 10:00a-10:50a MW FA 148 Mach, E                 14101
275 STATISTICS                                         3.0          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Special Fees: $15.00
  1 7:05p- 8:20p MW SCI 224 Hafeez, F               14581             Program,Graduate SAL                                             Prerequisites: MUS 112,
     Prerequisites: MATH 163 OR MATH 177,                     435 MATHEMATICS STRUCTURE II                                3.0    117 INSTML MUS STUDIES - STRINGS                       2.0
280 GEOMETRY:CNCPTS MID SCHL TCHG                      4.0      1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 351 Gwanyama, P 14644                        1 09:00a-09:50a MW FA 145 Glymph, J               14103
  1 08:30a-10:30a R         SCI 237 Papageorgiu, P14850             Prerequisites: MATH 408,                                           Special Fees: $15.00
     08:00a-08:45a T        SCI 242 Papageorgiu, P                  Major Restriction: Grad-Math:Elem Schl Tchr                        Prerequisites: MUS 121,
     08:45a-10:30a T        SCI 209 Papageorgiu, P                  Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                  118 INSTML MUS STUDIES-wOODwINDS                       2.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 141 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR       439 COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION                                  3.0      1 11:00a-11:50a MW FA 145 Sperrazza, R 14106
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                               1 7:05p- 8:20p MW SCI 229 Gwanyama, P 14646                            Special Fees: $15.00
     Departmental Approval Required                                 Prerequisites: MATH 438,                                           Prerequisites: MUS 121,
     Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrent w/PHYS 108                      Major Restriction: Grad-Math:Elem Schl Tchr                  120 CLASS GUITAR I                                     2.0
  2 4:15p- 6:30p T          SCI 237 Papageorgiu, P14851             Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                    1 1:00p- 1:50p MW FA 144 Torosian, B 14108
     4:15p- 5:00p R         SCI 323 Papageorgiu, P
     5:00p- 6:30p R         SCI 209 Papageorgiu, P            441 MULTIVARIATE STAT ANALYSIS                              3.0    121 MUSIC THEORY I                                     3.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 141 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR         1 5:40p- 6:55p TR           SCI 124 O’Hara, P          14647       1 09:25a-10:40a TR         FA 145 Gerritson, S 14113
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                                   Prerequisites: MATH 336,
                                                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        124 SIGHT SING & EAR TRNG I                            2.0
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                1 09:00a-09:50a MW FA 152 Gerritson, S 14114
     Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrent w/PHYS108                         Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                                                                                       Prerequisites: MUS 121 AND MUS 122,
281 NUMBER CNCPTS MID SCHL TCHNG                       4.0    442 APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS                             3.0
                                                                1 5:40p- 6:55p TR           SCI 211 Rustagi, R 14650             201 MUSIC THEORY III                                   3.0
  1 11:35a- 1:35p MW SCI 229 Duggal, V              14852                                                                          1 09:25a-10:40a TR         FA 152 Mandrell, N 14116
     Prerequisites: MATH 141 OR MATH 108, OR UMPR 30 OR             Prerequisites: MATH 336,
                                                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Prerequisites: MUS 122,
       A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
     Departmental Approval Required                                   Program,Graduate SAL                                       203 MUSIC BEFORE 1600                                  3.0
     Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrent w/CHEM 108                473D ADV TPC OP RES:DECISION THRY                           3.0      2 1:00p- 1:50p MWF FA 107 Chang, P                14119
                                                                1 4:15p- 5:30p TR           SCI 229 Filus, L           14652           Prerequisites: MUS 121 AND MUS 104,
301 ORDINARY DIFFERENTL EQUATNS I                      3.0
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        SCI 131 Polyashuk, M 14583              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        210 MUSIC DICT I:ITALIAN & FRENCH                      2.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 203,                                         Program,Graduate SAL                                         1 10:00a-10:50a MW FA 145 Melton, M 14121
304 INTRO TO NUMERICAL ANALYSIS                        3.0                                                                       220 BASIC CONDUCTING                                   2.0
  1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 224                         14586
                                                                                 — Music (MuS) —                                   1 2:00p- 2:50p MW FA 145 Melton, M 14122
     Prerequisites: MATH 203 AND MATH 243 AND MATH 340,       See Department Notes in back of Schedule.                                Prerequisites: MUS 122,
305 PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS                         3.0    101 FA THE MUSICAL EXPERIENCE                              3.0     221A UNIVERSITY CHORUS                                 1.5
  1 5:40p- 6:55p TR         SCI 224 Filus, L        14587       1 11:00a-11:50a MWF FA 202 Chang, P                   14063        1 7:05p- 9:45p T           FA 144 Melton, M 14127
     Prerequisites: MATH 202,                                        Comments: World Music                                             Comments: Joint Class 221A & 411
  2 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 224 Hemmer, G 14589             2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF FA 202 Weber, A                    14065      222A VOCAL ENSMBLE:CHAMBER SINGERS                     1.5
     Prerequisites: MATH 202,                                   3 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 202 Weber, A                   14067        1 11:00a-12:15p MW FA 160A Melton, M 14130
                                                                4 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 202 Gurin, S                     14069            Comments: Joint Class 222A & 412
312 FOUNDATIONS OF GEOMETRY                            3.0      WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F         EC 106                     14772
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 222 Gidea, M                14591            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Prerequisites: MATH 243 AND MATH 251,


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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                              College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.     Instr.           CRN

222C VOCAL ENSEMBLE:OPERA wORkSHOP                          1.5    411 VOCAL ENSEMBLE: CHORUS                                  1.5    434A INSTR ENSEMBLE:BRASS                                     1.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W           FA 144 Gerritson, S 14132               1 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 144 Melton, M 14186                 1 10:50a-12:05p TR          FA 152 Heath, T              14672
      Comments: Joint Class 222C & 413                                   Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Major Restriction: Grad-Music
226 ORCHESTRA                                               1.5            Program,Graduate SAL                                             Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR         FA 144 Glymph, J            14134           Comments: Joint Class 221A & 411                                   Departmental Approval Required
      Comments: Joint Class 226 & 426                              412 CHAMBER SINGERS                                         1.5          Comments: Joint Class - 234A & 434A
231 BAND                                                    1.5      1 11:00a-12:15p MW FA 160A Melton, M 14189                       434D INSTR ENSEMBLE:wOODwINDS                                 1.0
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 144 Cofer, R                    14136           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 TBA                                    Sperrazza, R 14218
      Comments: Joint Class 231 & 423                                      Program,Graduate SAL                                             Major Restriction: Grad-Music
                                                                         Comments: Joint Class 222A & 412                                   Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
234A INSTRMTL ENSBLE: BRASS                                 1.0                                                                             Comments: Joint Class 234D & 434D
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR         FA 152 Heath, T             14137     413 OPERA wORkSHOP                                          1.5
      Comments: Joint Class 234A & 434A                              1 7:05p- 9:45p W            FA 144 Gerritson, S 14190            434E INSTR ENSEMBLE:ACCOMPANYING                              1.0
                                                                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 TBA                                    Kenas-Heller, J 14220
234B INSTRMTL ENSBLE: PERCUSSION                            1.0            Program,Graduate SAL                                             Major Restriction: Grad-Music
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MW FA 144 Condon, O 14139                               Comments: Joint Class 222C & 413                                   Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
234D INSTRMTL ENSBLE: wOODwINDS                             1.0    423 BAND                                                    1.5          Comments: Joint Class 234E & 434E
  1 TBA                                  Sperrazza, R 14141          1 12:00p-12:50p MWF FA 144 Cofer, R                    14194     434M INSTR ENSEMBLE:GUITAR                                    1.0
      Comments: Joint Class 234D & 434D                                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 3:00p- 4:50p R            FA 144 Torosian, B 14222
234E INSTRMTL ENSBLE: ACCOMPANYING                          1.0            Program,Graduate SAL                                             Major Restriction: Grad-Music
  1 TBA                                  Kenas-Heller, J 14143           Comments: Joint Class 231 & 423                                    Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Comments: Joint Class 234E & 434E                            424 MUSIC BIBLIOGRAPHY & RESEARCH                           3.0          Comments: Joint Class 234M & 434M
234M INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE: GUITAR                          1.0      1 4:15p- 6:55p W            FA 152 Chang, P            14200     493 DYNAMICS OF MUSIC CURRICULUM                              3.0
  1 3:00p- 4:50p R           FA 144 Torosian, B 14145                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 5:15p- 8:15p M            FA 145 Sharlow, D 14224
      Comments: Joint Class 234M & 434M                                    Program,Graduate SAL                                             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                   425A MUS PERF SEM: BRASS                                    2.0            Program,Graduate SAL
235A InSTr EnSMBL:JAZZ BAnD                                 1.5
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR         FA 144 Tiana, M             14148       1 TBA                                                  14201
  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 144 Tiana, M                    14149           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                           — Dance (DAnC) —
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL                                       101 FA DANC EXP:INTRO TO ART OF DANC                         3.0
235B InSTr EnSMBL:JAZZ CoMBo                                1.5          Comments: Joint Class 325A & 425A
  1 3:00p- 4:10p T           FA 144 Tiana, M             14151                                                                          1 4:15p- 5:30p MW FA 141A Burton, R                    14688
  2 3:00p- 4:10p W           FA 144 Tiana, M             14152     425B MUS PERF SEM: PIANO                                    2.0    109 FA FYE:STEPPIN OUT-DANCE IN CHGO                         3.0
                                                                     1 TBA                                                  14204       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR           FA 145 Burton, R          13448
307 CLASS COMPOSITION                                       3.0          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R           FA 145 Mandrell, N 14154                                                                                       Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL                                               seating
325A PERFORMANCE SEMINAR: BRASS                             2.0          Comments: Joint Class 325B & 425B                                  Departmental Approval Required
  1 TBA                                  Heath, T        14155     425E MUS PERF SEM: VOICE                                    2.0          Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
      Comments: Joint Class 325A & 425A                              1 4:15p- 6:55p R            FA 160A                    14664     131 FA INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH DANCE                         3.0
325B PERFORMNCE SEM: PIANO                                  2.0          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 10:50a-12:05p TR           J    111 Komaiko, L 13760
  1 TBA                                                  14158             Program,Graduate SAL                                         2 12:15p- 1:30p MW J              111 Komaiko, L 13762
      Comments: Joint Class 325B & 425B                                  Comments: Joint Class - 325E & 425E
                                                                                                                                      161 SPANISH DANCE I                                          2.0
325E PERFORMNCE SEM: VOICE                                  2.0    426 ORCHESTRA                                               1.5      1 12:15p- 1:30p TR           J    111 Komaiko, L 13763
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R           FA 160A                     14160       1 10:50a-12:05p TR          FA 144 Glymph, J           14206           Prerequisites: DANC 131,
      Comments: Joint Class 325E & 425E                                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Comments: Joint Class 161 & 261
326 SONGwRITING                                             3.0            Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                         Comments: Joint Class 226 & 426                              204 REPERTORY ENSEMBLE                                       1.5
  1 4:15p- 6:55p T           FA 144 Mandrell, N 14163                                                                                   1 4:00p- 5:30p M             J    111 Stifler, V       13764
328A REPERTOIRE SEMINAR: PIANO                              3.0    428A MUSIC REPERTOIRE SEMINAR:PIANO                         3.0
                                                                     1 TBA                             `                    14210     251 MODERN DANCE I                                           2.0
  1 TBA                                                  14165                                                                          1 5:40p- 6:55p TR            FA 141A Burton, R         14447
      Comments: Joint Class 328A & 428A                                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL                                             Comments: Joint Class - 251 & 254
328B REPERTOIRE SEMINAR:STRINGS                             3.0          Comments: Joint Class 328A & 428A                            254 MODERN DANCE II                                          2.0
  1 TBA                                  Torosian, B 14167                                                                              1 5:40p- 6:55p TR            FA 141A Burton, R         14449
      Comments: Joint Class 328B & 428B                            428B MUS REPERTOIRE SEMINAR:STRINGS                         3.0
                                                                     1 TBA                                    Torosian, B 14213             Comments: Joint Class - 251 & 254
331B APPL MUS PEDAGOGY I:STRINGS                            3.0          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        255 JAZZ DAnCE I                                             2.0
  1 TBA               FA                 Glymph, J       14659             Program,Graduate SAL                                         1 11:00a-11:50a MW FA 141A Farrell, J                  14451
      Comments: Joint Class - 331B & 431B                                Comments: Joint Class 328B & 428B                            256 BALLET I                                                 2.0
331C APPL MUS PEDAGOGY I:BRASS                              3.0    431B ADV APPL MUS PED. I: STRINGS                           3.0      1 7:05p- 9:45p M             FA 141A Burton, R         14452
  1 TBA                                  Heath, T        14170       1 TBA                                    Glymph, J     14667
      Comments: Joint Class 331C & 431C                                                                                               261 SPANISH DANCE II                                         2.0
                                                                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 12:15p- 1:30p TR           J    111 Komaiko, L 14454
331D APPL MUS PEDAGOGY I:wOODwIND                           3.0            Program,Graduate SAL                                             Prerequisites: DANC 161,
  1 TBA                                  Sperrazza, R 14173              Comments: Joint Class - 331B & 431B                                Comments: Joint Class - 161 & 261
      Comments: Joint Class 331D & 431D                            431C ADV APPL MUS PEDAGOGY I:BRASS                          3.0    355 JAZZ DAnCE II                                            2.0
331E APPL MUS PEDAGOGY I:VOICE                              3.0      1 TBA                                    Heath, T      14214       1 12:00p-12:50p MW FA 141A Farrell, J                  13766
  1 4:15p- 6:55p T           FA 145 Hurt, P              14662           Prerequisites: MUS 331C AND MUS 332C,                              Prerequisites: DANC 254,
      Comments: Joint Class - 331E & 431E                                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL                                       356 BALLET II                                                2.0
391 CONTEMP MUS EDUC:GRADES k-6                             3.0          Comments: Joint Class 331C & 431C                              1 10:50a-12:05p TR           FA 141A Burton, R         13767
  1 3:00p- 4:10p MW FA 145 Sharlow, D 14176                                                                                                 Prerequisites: DANC 256,
      Prerequisites: MUS 202,                                      431D ADV APPL MUS PEDG I:wOODwINDS                          3.0          Comments: Joint Class 356 & 357
                                                                     1 TBA                                    Sperrazza, R 14215
393L SEM MUS ED:CLINICAL FIELD EXP                          2.0          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        357 BALLET III                                               2.0
  1 TBA                                  Gurin, S        14178             Program,Graduate SAL                                         1 10:50a-12:05p TR           FA 141A Burton, R         13768
      Prerequisites: MUS 391,                                            Comments: Joint Class 331D & 431D                                  Comments: Joint Class 356 & 357
  2 TBA                                  Sharlow, D 14181
      Prerequisites: MUS 391,                                      431E ADV APPL MUS PEDAGOGY I:VOICE                          3.0    360 DANCE COMPOSITION                                        3.0
                                                                     1 4:15p- 6:55p T            FA 145 Hurt, P             14669       1 1:00p- 2:50p M             FA 141A Stifler, V        13770
397A PRACTICUM: CHAMBER MUSIC                               2.0          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 TBA                                  Chang, P        14183                                                                        390D SEM DANCE PERF:SPANISH DANCE                            3.0
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL                                         1 2:00p- 3:50p MW J               111 Komaiko, L 14457
398B PRACTICUM:COMPUTER MUSIC                               3.0          Comments: Joint Class - 331E & 431E
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR         FA 143 Mandrell, N 14185
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Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

390E SEM DANCE PERF:STYLES                                3.0      5   2:50p- 4:05p TR        SCI 101 Khalili, M     14104
  1 12:15p- 1:30p T         FA 141A Stifler, V         13772           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02                — political Science (pSCI) —
      Comments: Additional Hrs TBA                                       20 OR A02 21                                          109 SB FYE:CIV ENGMNT,SOC CHNGE CHGO                       3.0
                                                                   6 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 101 Gulkarov, I 14105                   L18 5:40p- 6:55p MW EC 122 Linares, J                 14777
        — NEIU Multi/Interdisp Studies —                               Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02           Departmental Approval Required
                                                                         20 OR A02 21                                                 Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
302M COLLEGE TEACHING FOR TA’S                            1.0      7 4:15p- 5:30p TR          SCI 101 Khalili, M     14107
  CA 3:00p- 5:00p F                    Sanborn, K      14396                                                                   210 SB INTRO TO POLITICAL SCIENCE                          3.0
                                                                       Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02      1 2:25p- 3:40p MW CLS 2071 Thompson, M 14159
      Departmental Approval Required                                     20 OR A02 21
      Comments: 8/24-12/4 K Sanborn x4253                                                                                        2 5:40p- 6:55p MW                                     14161
                                                                   L18 6:10p- 8:50p M         EC 108                 14776       L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR         EC 106                    14778
                                                                       Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                — Sociology (SoC) —                                      20 OR A02 21
                                                                       Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                216 SB AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                        3.0
104 SB SCHOOLS AND SOCIETY                                3.0                                                                    W1 6:00p- 8:40p F           SCI 222 Owens, L          13099
  1 09:00a-11:50a F        FA 216                      14226     108 PHYSICS CONCEPTS                                   4.0      W2 10:50a- 1:30p S          CLS 2071                  13100
     Departmental Approval Required                                1 10:35a- 1:30p T          SCI 237 Dolan, P       14109       W3 12:30p- 3:10p U                                    13101
     Comments: AuthX5571 Cross Lstd w/EDFN 104                         10:35a- 1:30p R        SCI 209 Dolan, P                   1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 3105 Swopes, R 14162
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                            2 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2044 Swopes, R 14164
                — philosophy (pHIL) —                                  Comments: AuthX5571 Concurrently w/MATH 280               3 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2105 Swopes, R 14166
                                                                   2 6:40p- 9:10p T           SCI 209 Korman, K 14110            4 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2105 Benjamin, R 14168
101 HU CRITICAL THINkING                                  3.0          6:40p- 9:10p R         SCI 237 Korman, K
  W1 12:30p- 3:10p U        B 152                      13097                                                                     5 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3020 Kasule, S                14169
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2105                         14058     110 NSL PHYSICS IN EVERYDAY LIFE                       3.0      6 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 3020 Hill, J                    14171
  2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF                                   14060       1 3:00p- 5:00p R           SCI 209 Dolan, P       14111       7 3:00p- 3:50p MTR CLS 2105 Cannon, E 14172
  3 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3020                           14062           5:40p- 6:55p TR        SCI 101 Dolan, P                   8 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 2105 Fine, L          14174
  4 08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 2071 Casey, J          14064           Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        9 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 3081 Fine, L          14175
  5 4:15p- 5:30p MW SCI 111 Mohaghegh, J               14066             A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              10 12:15p- 1:30p TR                                   14177
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F        EC 105                     14773       2 5:40p- 6:55p TR          SCI 101 Dolan, P       14112       11 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 2071 Kasule, S                 14179
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                         7:15p- 9:15p R         SCI 209 Dolan, P                   12 4:15p- 5:30p TR          SCI 233 De Bruyn, M 14180
                                                                       Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR        13 5:40p- 6:55p TR          CLS 3094 Neddenriep, G 14182
102 HU INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                         3.0            A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24                              15 10:50a- 1:30p S          CLS 2105                  14184
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2071 Mohaghegh, J            14068                                                                     14 6:00p- 8:40p F           CLS 2071 Owens, L         14642
  2 3:00p- 3:50p MWF SCI 233                           14070     201 COLLEGE PHYSICS I                                  3.0
                                                                   1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 233 Srinivas, S 14115                 16 TBA               Online             Swopes, R 14645
  3 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 3105                   14072                                                                          Comments: Online Course
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 117                     14774           Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106,
                                                                   2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF SCI 233 Srinivas, S 14117                  L18 09:10a-10:25a MW EC 106                           14648
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                        Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski
                                                                       Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106,
201 LOGIC I                                               3.0      3 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 101 Delzenero, R 14118                  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S         EC 137                    14779
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR        SCI 364 Casey, J           14075           Prerequisites: MATH 185 OR MATH 106,                           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
213 HU ETHICS                                             3.0    202 COLLEGE PHYSICS II                                 3.0    251 COMP POLITICAL SYSTEMS                                 3.0
  W1 2:00p- 4:40p S         SCI 219                    13098       1 10:50a-12:05p TR         SCI 233 Acioli, P      14120       1 09:25a-10:40a TR          SCI 360 De Bruyn, M 14187
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3094 Milsky, D               14077           Prerequisites: PHYS 201,                                275 INTRO TO wORLD POLITICS                                3.0
  2 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2081 Milsky, D               14079       2 12:15p- 1:30p TR         SCI 233 Acioli, P      14123       1 4:15p- 5:30p TR           SCI 201 Bae, S            14188
  3 4:15p- 6:55p M          SCI 113 Hoffman, A         14081           Prerequisites: PHYS 201,
  4 10:50a-12:05p TR        SCI 201 Hoffman, A         14082                                                                   307I LATINOS AND PUBLIC POLICY                             3.0
                                                                   3 5:40p- 6:55p TR          SCI 233                14124       L18 6:10p- 8:50p T          EC 127                    14780
  5 2:50p- 4:05p TR         SCI 201 Hoffman, A         14084           Prerequisites: PHYS 201,
  WL1 10:20a- 1:00p S       EC 105                     14775                                                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                   203 PHYSICS I LAB                                      1.0    307N TPCS:LATINOS & THE LAw                                3.0
                                                                   1 10:00a-11:50a W          SCI 209 Srinivas, S 14125          L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 105                    14781
231 HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL PHIL                              3.0      2 12:00p- 1:50p W          SCI 209 Srinivas, S 14126
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 3071 Casey, J          14086                                                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                   3 3:30p- 5:20p W           SCI 209 Delzenero, R 14128
261 ISLAMIC MYSTICISM                                     3.0      4 7:05p- 8:55p W           SCI 209 Gulkarov, I 14129        311 AM JUDICIARY & JUDICIAL PROCS                          3.0
  1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 3005 Mohaghegh, J             14087                                                                     X1 7:05p- 9:45p W           ZUCG TBA Neddenriep, G 14401
                                                                 204 PHYSICS II LAB                                     1.0           Prerequisites: PSCI 216 OR AMER 216,
332 CONTEMPORARY PHIL                                     3.0      1 08:50a-10:40a T          SCI 111 Baliga, J      14131
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR                     Hoagland, S   14088       2 3:00p- 4:50p T           SCI 219 Acioli, P      14133     320 CONSTITUTIONAL LAw                                     3.0
                                                                   3 7:05p- 8:55p T           SCI 237 Khalili, M     14138       1 10:50a-12:05p TR                      Neddenriep, G 14191
342A TpCS:rELIgIon & gLoBALIZATIon                        3.0                                                                         Prerequisites: PSCI 216 OR AMER 216,
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 228 Hoffman, A               14091     206 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS I                               3.0
                                                                   1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 219 Delzenero, R 14140                326 EDUCATIONAL POLICY IN AMERICA                          3.0
361C TPC PHL/CNTMP IS:PHIL OF LAw                         3.0                                                                    1 7:05p- 9:45p T            SCI 228 Cannon, E 14192
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 124                          14093           Prerequisites: MATH 107 OR MATH 187,
                                                                                                                                      Prerequisites: PSCI 216 OR AMER 216,
371 THEORY OF kNOwLEDGE                                   3.0    207 UNIVERSITY PHYSICS II                              3.0
                                                                   1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          SCI 317                14142     328 POLITICS OF POVERTY                                    3.0
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR                     Hoagland, S   14094                                                                     1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 131 Benjamin, R 14193
                                                                       Prerequisites: PHYS 206,
390 CLASSICAL POLITICAL THEORY                            3.0                                                                         Prerequisites: PSCI 216,
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R          FA 216 Mihic, S            14640     336 MODERN PHYSICS I                                   3.0
                                                                   1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          SCI 323 Acioli, P      14146     330 AFR AMER POLITICS & SOC CHANGE                         3.0
                                                                                                                                 1 1:00p- 2:15p MW SCI 124 Benjamin, R 14195
                 — physics (pHyS) —                              361 MATLS I:STRUCT,MCH,THERM PROP                      3.0           Prerequisites: PSCI 216,
See Department Notes in back of Schedule.                          1 7:05p- 9:55p TR          SCI 231 Dolan, P       14144
                                                                       Prerequisites: PHYS 215,                                335 URBAN POLITICS                                         3.0
103 NS UNIVERSE:PAST,PRESENT,FUTURE                     3.0                                                                      1 12:15p- 1:30p TR                      Cannon, E 14196
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 101 Gulkarov, I 14096                  392 BEYOND THE COSMOS’ CREATION                        3.0           Prerequisites: PSCI 216 OR AMER 216,
       Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02        1 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 237 Anderson, G 14147
        20 OR A02 21                                                   Prerequisites: PHYS 215 AND PHYS 311,                   341 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION                                  3.0
  2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 101 Gulkarov, I 14098                                                                                  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2056 Hill, J                  14197
                                                                 413M TPCS PHYS FOR MID SCHL TCHG                       4.0           Prerequisites: PSCI 216 OR AMER 216,
       Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02        1 6:35p- 9:30p TR          SCI 229 Korman, K 14858
        20 OR A02 21                                                   Departmental Approval Required                          355 POLITICS OF ISLAM                                      3.0
  3 12:00p- 1:15p MW SCI 101 Delzenero, R 14100                        Comments: AuthX5571 Elem Educ Deg or Apprvl               1 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 228 Affi, L                   14198
       Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02                                                                           Prerequisites: PSCI 251 OR COMP 211 OR PSCI 275 OR IR
        20 OR A02 21                                                                                                             201 OR PSCI 210,
  4 10:50a-12:05p TR         SCI 101 Khalili, M      14102
       Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        20 OR A02 21




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                           College of Arts and Sciences
Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.      Title                                Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.         CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN

357 POLITICS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION                         3.0    215 CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                                     3.0     2    TBA              Field Experience Church, R 14272
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R           SCI 211 De Bruyn, M 14199              1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 222 Silverthorn, N 14234            Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: PSCI 210 OR PSCI 251 OR PSCI 275,             300Q PRSM:PSYC OF LATINO:MNTL HLTH                       3.0          Comments: Consent of Department
372 DEMOC,RESPNSVNS, & ACCNTBLTY                           3.0      L18 6:10p- 8:50p W          EC 107 Zarankin, S 14786           3    TBA              Field Experience Takahashi, M 14274
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M           SCI 131 Thompson, M 14202                  Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: PSCI 210 OR PSCI 251 OR PSCI 275,                                                                                   Comments: Consent of Department
                                                                  302 MA STATS & RESEARCH METHODS II                       3.0     4    TBA              Field Experience Schuepfer, T 14277
373 GENDER AND POLITICS                                    3.0      1 08:35a-09:50a MW SCI 242 Silverthorn, N 14235                     Departmental Approval Required
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W           SCI 228 Affi, L            14203           Prerequisites: ENGL 102 AND PSYC 202,                           Comments: Consent of Department
     Prerequisites: PSCI 251 OR COMP 211 OR PSCI 275 OR IR              Major Restriction: A&S-Psychology                          5    TBA              Field Experience Hollis-Sawyer, L 14279
      201 OR WSP 101,                                               2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 242 Silverthorn, N 14237                      Departmental Approval Required
375 CONTEMP INTERNATNL RELATIONS                           3.0          Prerequisites: ENGL 102 AND PSYC 202,                           Comments: Consent of Department
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 364 Kasule, S                 14205           Major Restriction: A&S-Psychology                          6    TBA              Field Experience Farmer Jr, A 14281
     Prerequisites: PSCI 275 OR IR 201 OR PSCI 251 OR COMP        308 LAB,RSCH MTD:TESTS & MEASUR                          3.0          Departmental Approval Required
      211 OR PSCI 210,                                              1 4:15p- 6:30p TR           FA 104 Hollis-Sawyer 14238              Comments: Consent of Department
377 INTNL ORG:THEORIES & PRACTICE                          3.0          Prerequisites: PSYC 302 AND PSYC 307,                    395   HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY                                  3.0
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR         FA 203 Bae, S              14207     310 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY                             3.0     1    09:25a-10:40a TR         SCI 229 Takahashi, M 14283
     Prerequisites: PSCI 275 OR IR 313 OR PSCI 251 OR COMP          1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 222 Gaskins, S 14240                          Prerequisites: PSYC 302,
      211 OR PSCI 210,                                                  Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                    2 7:05p- 9:45p W            SCI 201                 14242           Comments: Consent of Department
378 INTERNTNAL POLITICAL ECONOMY                           3.0
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2005 Thompson, M 14208                        Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                     396   SENIOR SEMINAR IN PSYCHOLOGY                           3.0
     Prerequisites: PSCI 210 OR PSCI 251 OR PSCI 275,             315 ADVANCED CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                            3.0     1    7:05p- 9:45p M           SCI 323 Church, R 14230
                                                                    1 08:35a-09:50a MW SCI 325 Ayman-Nolley 14244                       Prerequisites: PSYC 302,
390 CLASSICAL POLITICAL THEORY                             3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R           FA 216 Mihic, S            14209           Prerequisites: PSYC 215 OR PSYC 110 OR PSYC 320 OR       401   GERONTOLOGY:AN OVERVIEw                                3.0
                                                                          PSYC 310,                                                1    7:05p- 9:45p R           SCI 235 Hollis-Sawyer 14231
401 CLASSICS OF POLITICAL SCIENCE                          3.0                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          CLS 3005 Mihic, S          14211     318 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY OF CHILDHOOD                         3.0
                                                                    1 10:50a-12:05p TR          SCI 222 Farmer Jr, A 14859                Program,Graduate SAL
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
       Program,Graduate SAL                                             Prerequisites: PSYC 200,                                 403   DEV PROC AGING:PHYSIO ASPECTS                          3.0
                                                                  320 ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY                                3.0     1    7:05p- 9:45p W           SCI 235                   14233
442 PUBLIC BURAC: THRY & PRACTICE                          3.0                                                                          Prerequisites: PSYC 401,
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W           FA 203 Hill, J             14212       X1 7:05p- 9:45p T           ZUCG TBA                14406
                                                                        Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR PSYC 100 OR PSYC 110,                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                                                                                Program,Graduate SAL
       Program,Graduate SAL                                       324 GEROPSYCHOLOGY                                       3.0
                                                                    1 10:50a- 1:30p S           SCI 222 Hollis-Sawyer 14246      406   AGING AND THE FAMILY                                   3.0
469 DEMOC & CAPTLSM IN 21ST C.                             3.0                                                                     1    7:05p- 9:45p T           SCI 235                   14236
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M           CLS 3109 Leaman, D 14782             330 PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY                            3.0          Prerequisites: PSYC 401,
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL       1 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 222 Farmer Jr, A 14248              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
481 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS                             3.0          Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                              Program,Graduate SAL
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T                        Bae, S        14783     340 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY                                  3.0   415   PRACTICUM IN GERONTOLOGY                               3.0
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL       1 09:25a-10:40a TR          SCI 201 Bloom, R        14252      1    TBA              Practicum           Hollis-Sawyer 14239
                                                                        Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                            Prerequisites: PSYC 402,
                — psychology (pSyC) —                               2 7:05p- 9:45p T            SCI 222 Farmer Jr, A 14860              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
See Department Notes in back of Schedule. See policy on first           Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                              Program,Graduate SAL
class session attendance.                                         345 THRY & MTD INDIV THERAPY                             3.0          Departmental Approval Required
100 SB SURVEY OF PSYCHOLOGY                              3.0        X1 7:05p- 9:45p R           ZUCG TBA Katralis, P 14870              Comments: Consent of Dept
   1 10:50a-12:05p TR          SCI 311 Takahashi, M 14216               Prerequisites: PSYC 330 OR PSYC 340,                     416   INTERNSHIP IN GERONTOLOGY                              3.0
   2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 311                        14217       350 PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY                             3.0     1    TBA              Internship          Hollis-Sawyer 14241
   L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 126 Zarankin, S 14784             1 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 222                         14255           Prerequisites: PSYC 402,
        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
109 SB FYE:GROwING UP IN CHICAGO                         3.0        2 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 360                           14257             Program,Graduate SAL
   1 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 317 Church, R 13730                            Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                            Departmental Approval Required
        Departmental Approval Required                            360 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                                    3.0          Comments: Consent of Dept
        Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only                    1 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 222 Erber, M                 14259
110 SB LIFE SPAN DEVELOPMENT                             3.0            Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                                      — Sociology (SoC) —
                                                                                                                                 See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
   1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 311 Schuepfer, T 14219                 361 LAB,RSCH MTD:SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                       3.0
   2 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 311 Schuepfer, T 14221                   1 10:00a-10:50a F           SCI 111 Erber, M        14261    100 SB INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                              3.0
   L19 12:25p- 1:40p MW EC 107                        14649             10:00a-11:50a MW SCI 111 Erber, M                          1 08:00a-09:15a TR            CLS 3105 Galary, A        14334
        Comments: @El Centro 3119 N Pulaski                             Prerequisites: PSYC 302 AND PSYC 360,                      2 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3105                            14336
   L18 3:05p- 5:45p W          EC 107 Zarankin, S 14785             X1 09:00a- 2:30p S          ZUCG TBA Dykema-Engblade14408      3 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3105                            14337
        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Prerequisites: PSYC 302 AND PSYC 360,                      4 12:15p- 1:30p TR            CLS 3094 Galary, A        14339
200 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY                                   4.0                                                                       5 2:25p- 3:40p MW CLS 3094 Kourvetaris, A 14340
                                                                  365 INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY                                3.0     6 4:15p- 5:30p TR             CLS 3094 Perlow, O        14342
   1 11:00a-11:50a MTWR SCI 112 Gaskins, S 14223                    1 7:05p- 9:45p W            SCI 222                 14263
   2 5:40p- 6:55p MTWR SCI 311 Church, R 14225                                                                                     L18 6:10p- 8:50p W            EC 126 Ryan, D            14788
                                                                        Prerequisites: PSYC 200,                                        Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
202 STATISTICS & RESEARCH METHODS                        3.0      370 THEORIES OF LEARNING                                 3.0
   1 08:35a-09:50a MW SCI 111 Polyashuk, Y 14227                                                                                 105 SB wOMEN, MEN & SOCIAL CHANGE                             3.0
                                                                    1 2:50p- 4:05p TR           SCI 325 Rueckert, L 14265          1 09:25a-10:40a TR            CLS 3094 Galary, A        14344
        Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR MATH 092 OR MATH 102, AND            Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,
          UMPR 30                                                                                                                  2 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3105 Edwards, M 14346
                                                                  373 HUMAN PERCEPTION                                     3.0     3 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3094 Edwards, M 14347
   2 2:00p- 3:15p MW SCI 111 Polyashuk, Y 14228                     1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 222                 14267
        Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR MATH 092 OR MATH 102, AND                                                                       L18 6:10p- 8:50p T            EC 107 Ryan, D            14789
                                                                        Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
          UMPR 30
   3 5:40p- 6:55p MW SCI 111 Polyashuk, Y 14229                   375 COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY                                 3.0   109 SB FYE:INVESTIGATING CHICAGO                              3.0
        Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR MATH 092 OR MATH 102, AND        X1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          ZUCG TBA Fiedorowicz, L 14871      1 09:00a-11:50a F             FA 218                    14349
          UMPR 30                                                       Prerequisites: PSYC 202 OR PSYC 301,                            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
   X1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          ZUCG TBA               14404       391 FIELD EXPERIENCES I                                  3.0            seating
        Prerequisites: PSYC 200 OR MATH 092 OR MATH 102, AND        1 TBA               Field Experience Ayman-Nolley 14269             Comments: First Year Students Only
          UMPR 30                                                       Departmental Approval Required                           204 SOCIOLOGY OF SMALL GROUPS                                 3.0
                                                                        Comments: Consent of Department                            1 4:15p- 5:30p TR             SCI 124 Castro, I         14351
                                                                                                                                        Prerequisites: SOC 100,
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Course No.      Title                                 Credits   Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.          CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

205 CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES                           3.0    346 SOCIAL INEQUALITIES                                3.0         3   2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 3056 Ngwe, J          14450
  1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 2071                          14353       1 5:40p- 6:55p TR          FA 247 Armato, M 14386                    Prerequisites: SWK 309,
211 SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH METHODS                        3.0         Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
  1 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 2044 Kourvetaris, A 14354                    Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology                                  Departmental Approval Required
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                     X3 7:05p- 9:45p M          ZUCG TBA Galary, A     14388              Comments: Concur w/SWK353&355 Majors Only
      Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology                               Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                       4 7:05p- 9:45p T            CLS 3081 Ngwe, J          14453
                                                                     Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology                                  Prerequisites: SWK 309,
212 MA INTRO TO SOCIAL STATISTICS                        3.0                                                                           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
  1 1:00p- 3:50p F                       Davis, G     14355     347 SOCIOLOGY OF MEDIA                                 3.0
                                                                  1 2:25p- 3:40p MW SCI 101 Edwards, M 14389                           Departmental Approval Required
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 AND SOC 211 OR SOC 337 AND                                                                                Comments: Concur w/SWK353&355 Majors Only
       MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR A02 22 OR A0         351 SENIOR SEMINAR IN SOCIOLOGY                        3.0         L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 134                    14802
      Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology                            1 7:05p- 9:45p W           SCI 111 Gomez, C       14392              Prerequisites: SWK 309,
214 SOC OF INTMCY, MARRGS & FAMILY                       3.0         Prerequisites: SOC 100 AND SOC 211 OR SOC 337 AND SOC             Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3105                        14357            335,                                                            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                     Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology
230 SOCIOLOGICAL ANALYSIS                                3.0                                                                     314 SOCIAL wORk ADVOCACY                                   3.0
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3094                        14359                                                                        1 2:00p- 3:15p MW CLS 3105 Ortiz, L                   14455
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,
                                                                                — Social Work (SWK) —                                  Comments: Knowledge/Values Elective
  2 4:15p- 6:55p F            CLS 3105 Davis, G       14360     See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
                                                                                                                                 327 SOC wORk PRACTICE w FAMILIES                           3.0
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                   200 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL wORk                           3.0      1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 3105                  14456
                                                                  2 7:05p- 9:45p T             CLS 2044 Baldwin, M     14425           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
270 SOCIOLOGY OF LATINAS                                 3.0      1 09:25a-10:40a TR           CLS 2094 Zefran, J      14796
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 3094 Gomez, C       14361                                                                            Comments: Skills Elective Majors Only
                                                                  L18 6:10p- 8:50p R           EC 137 Fitzgerald, D    14797
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p R          EC 106 Zurita, M        14790            Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                  353 FIELD SEMINAR I                                        3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                     1 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 2109 Cytrynbaum, J 14458
                                                                203 ANLY CROSS CULTURE INTERACTN                          3.0          Prerequisites: SWK 305, AND UECR P AND UECW P
306 AMERICAN wOMEN-CHANGING IMAGE                        3.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 3105                           14428
  1 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 2044 Carlander, M 14363                                                                                        Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
                                                                       Comments: Knowledge/Values Elective                             Departmental Approval Required
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR WSP 101,
                                                                207 SOCIAL wELFARE POLICY I                               3.0          Comments: Concur w/SWK310
309 SOCIOLOGY OF RACISM                                  3.0      1 4:15p- 5:30p MW CLS 3003 Baldwin, M                14430       2 2:50p- 4:05p TR           CLS 4006 Waddell, D 14463
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3105 Black Jr, L 14365          2 7:05p- 9:45p R             CLS 3003 Gaither, G     14432           Prerequisites: SWK 305, AND UECR P AND UECW P
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                         L18 6:10p- 8:50p M           EC 128 Baldwin, M       14798           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
312 SOCIOLOGY OF HEALTH & ILLNESS                        3.0           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Departmental Approval Required
  1 4:15p- 6:55p F            CLS 3094                14366                                                                            Comments: Concur w/SWK 310
                                                                208 HUMAN SEXUALITY & SOCIAL wORk                         3.0      3 7:05p- 9:45p R            CLS 2056 Auman, S         14465
314 URBAN SOCIOLOGY                                      3.0      L18 6:10p- 8:50p T           EC 106 Leon, R          14799
  1 5:40p- 6:55p TR           CLS 1001 Sherry, B      14367                                                                            Prerequisites: SWK 305, AND UECR P AND UECW P
                                                                       Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                        Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                   250 ISSUES IN SOCIAL SRV DELIVERY                         3.0          Departmental Approval Required
316 RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS                            3.0      1 2:50p- 4:05p TR            CLS 3105 Baldwin, M     14434           Comments: Concur w/SWK 310
  W1 10:50a- 1:30p S          CLS 3105 Almanza, D 13105                Comments: Knowledge/Values Elective                         4 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 2056                  14467
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                       303 HUMAN BEHAVIOR/SOCIAL ENVRT I                         3.0          Prerequisites: SWK 305, AND UECR P AND UECW P
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 2071 Perlow, O      14368       1 10:00a-11:50a MW                      Peller, J    14436           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                              Prerequisites: SWK 200,                                         Departmental Approval Required
  WL1 6:10p- 8:50p F          EC 126 Almanza, D 14791                  Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                              Comments: Concur w/SWK 310
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                              Comments: Concur w/SWK304&309                               L18 6:10p- 8:50p M          EC 108 Waddell, D 14803
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    L18 6:10p- 8:50p W           EC 127 Auman, S         14800           Prerequisites: SWK 305, AND UECR P AND UECW P
317 SOC OF RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY                       3.0           Prerequisites: SWK 200,                                         Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            CLS 2071 Stoll, L       14370            Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                              Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                  355 FIELD PRACTICUM I                                      3.0
319A TPCS RACE/ETHN:BLACk MOVEMENT                       3.0    304 SOCIAL wORk PRACTICE I                                3.0      1 TBA               Practicum           Cytrynbaum, J 14471
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3105 Black Jr, L 14372          1 12:00p- 1:50p MW                      Peller, J    14438           Prerequisites: SWK 305,
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                              Prerequisites: SWK 207,                                         Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
                                                                       Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                              Departmental Approval Required
320C TOPICS:RACE, SEX AND CLASS                          3.0                                                                       2 TBA               Practicum           Waddell, D 14473
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 2105 Armato, M 14373                 Comments: Concur w/SWK303&309
                                                                  L18 6:10p- 8:50p M           EC 123 Auman, S         14801           Prerequisites: SWK 305,
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                                                                                          Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
                                                                       Prerequisites: SWK 207,
335 SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY                                  3.0           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                              Departmental Approval Required
  1 4:15p- 5:30p TR           CLS 3005 Armato, M 14375                 Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                    3 TBA               Practicum           Waddell, D 14475
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                                                                                          Prerequisites: SWK 305,
      Major Restriction: A&S-Sociology                          307 CHILD/ADOLESCENT SERVICES                             3.0          Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
                                                                  1 4:15p- 5:30p TR            CLS 3105 Stanley, J     14439           Departmental Approval Required
336 CONTEMPORARY THEORY                                  3.0           Comments: Knowledge/Values Elective
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3094 Kourvetaris, A 14377                                                                        4 TBA               Practicum           Auman, S      14477
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 AND SOC 211 OR SOC 335,            309 RES & QUAN APPLIC IN SOC wORk                         3.0          Prerequisites: SWK 305,
                                                                  1 2:00p- 3:15p MW                       Baldwin, M   14441           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
338B TPC SOC POL/CHNG:wORk/FAMILY                        3.0           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                              Departmental Approval Required
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            CLS 3094 Castro, I      14379            Comments: Concur w/SWK303&304                               5 TBA               Practicum                         14479
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                     2 7:05p- 9:45p T             CLS 2005 Gaither, G     14442           Prerequisites: SWK 305,
340 SOCIOLOGY OF SEXUALITIES                             3.0           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work                              Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
  1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 2105 Edwards, M 14381                          Comments: Concur w/SWK 303&304                                  Departmental Approval Required
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR WSP 101,                        310 RESEARCH PRACTICUM I                                  3.0
  WL1 11:20a- 2:00p S         EC 107                  14792       1 08:00a-09:15a TR           CLS 3005 Bowman, C      14446
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR WSP 101,                               Prerequisites: SWK 309,
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                         Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
343 SOCIOLOGICAL PRACTICE SEMINAR                        3.0           Departmental Approval Required
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 124 Stall, S        14382            Comments: Concur w/SWK353&355
      Prerequisites: SOC 100,                                     2 09:25a-10:40a TR           CLS 2056 Gaither, G     14448
                                                                       Prerequisites: SWK 309,
344 AFR AMER wMN:FEMSN,RCE & RSTC                        3.0           Major Restriction: A&S-Social Work
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 2105 Perlow, O      14384            Departmental Approval Required
      Prerequisites: SOC 100 OR AFAM 200,                              Comments: Concur w/SWK353&355 Majors Only



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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                           College of Business and Management
Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.         CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN

                                                                    201 FEMINIST IDEAS                                     3.0
- Teaching English as a Second Language (TESL) -
See Department Notes in back of Schedule.
                                                                      1 5:40p- 6:55p TR
                                                                         Prerequisites: WSP 101,
                                                                                                        Fuller, L       14489           College of Business
109 HU FYE:LANGUGE & DIVRSITY IN CHGO
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3046 Burian, T
                                                              3.0
                                                          14804
                                                                    321 INTERNSHIP IN wOMEN’S STUDIES
                                                                      1 TBA              Internship     Fuller, L
                                                                                                                           1.0
                                                                                                                        14491
                                                                                                                                         and Management
       Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved          Departmental Approval Required
                                                                         Comments: Hours Arranged                                  The	university	reserves	the	right	to	limit	
         seating                                                                                                                   class	enrollment	and	cancel	classes	because	
       Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                     322 INTERNSHIP IN wOMEN’S STUDIES                      2.0     of	insufficient	enrollment,	budget	limitations,	
  2 08:00a-09:15a TR            CLS 3046 Dreyfuss, G 14805            1 TBA              Internship     Fuller, L       14493
       Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved                                                                    lack	of	an	appropriate	instructor,	or	other	
                                                                         Departmental Approval Required                            unforeseen	circumstances.
         seating                                                         Comments: Hours Arranged
       Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                                                                                    See	department	notes	for	important	information	
  3 09:25a-10:40a TR            CLS 2031 Dreyfuss, G 14806          323 INTERNSHIP IN wOMEN’S STUDIES                      3.0
                                                                      1 TBA              Internship     Fuller, L       14495      which	may	affect	your	enrollment	and	
       Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved                                                                    registration.
         seating                                                         Departmental Approval Required
       Comments: Permit D130-Yr 1 Students Only                          Comments: Hours Arranged                                  — Accounting, Business Law and Finance (ABF) —
320G LANG & CULTR:SOUTHEAST ASIA                              3.0                           Military Science                       See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important
  1 2:25p- 3:40p MW CLS 2109 Vamarasi, M 14619                                                                                     information which may affect your enrollment and
       Prerequisites: LING 201,                                                              (Army roTC)
                                                                                                                                   registration. See policy on first class session attendance.
321 1ST & 2ND LANG ACQUISITION                                3.0   See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important
                                                                    information.                                                   MUST BE A DECLARED BUSINESS MAJOR OR MINOR
  1 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2109 Strid, J                   14618
       Prerequisites: LING 201,                                                                                                    TO ENROLL IN 300-LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES.
340 PRACTICES & PROCEDURES                                    3.0                      Aerospace Studies                           350 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM                      3.0
                                                                                                                                     1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3003 Chen, H              13335
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR            CLS 2005 Stone, W         14480                         (Air Force roTC)                                Prerequisites: ACTG 202,
341 PRINCIPLES OF LANG TCHNG                                  3.0   See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important              Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR            CLS 3109 Dreyfuss, G 14481          information.                                                         Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
399 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN TESL                               1.0                                                                    2 10:50a-12:05p TR        FA 153 Gutierrez, C 13336
  1 TBA                 Student Teaching                  14620                                                                         Prerequisites: ACTG 202,
       Prerequisites: TESL 340,                                                                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                    Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Comments: Instructor Auth Reqd                                                                                                3 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 3003 Gutierrez, C 13337
                                                                                                                                        Prerequisites: ACTG 202,
402 PRINCIPLES LING FOR TEACHERS                              3.0                                                                       Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M              FA 152 Vamarasi, M 14483                                                                                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Major Restriction: Grad-Tchg Eng as 2nd/Frgn Lang                                                                             21 12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3003 Gutierrez, C 13340
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                      Prerequisites: ACTG 202,
410 TECHNIQUES TCHG ENGL SEC LANG                             3.0                                                                       Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M              SCI 201 Bofman, T 14484                                                                                  Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Prerequisites: TESL 414 AND TESL 402,
       Major Restriction: Grad-Tchg Eng as 2nd/Frgn Lang                                                                                           — Accounting (ACTg) —
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                 See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important
414 THEORIES TCHNG ENGL SEC LANG                              3.0                                                                  information which may affect your enrollment and
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W              CLS 2105 Ntihirageza, J 14485                                                                      registration. See policy on first class session attendance.
       Major Restriction: Grad-Tchg Eng as 2nd/Frgn Lang
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                 MUST BE A DECLARED BUSINESS MAJOR OR MINOR
                                                                                                                                   TO ENROLL IN 300-LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES.
420 STRUCTURE OF MODERN ENGLISH                               3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W              CLS 3020 Stone, W         14625                                                                    201 INTRO TO FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING                       3.0
       Prerequisites: TESL 402,                                                                                                      1 08:00a-08:50a MWF B 158 Chen, H                  13342
       Major Restriction: Grad-Tchg Eng as 2nd/Frgn Lang                                                                                 Prerequisites: MATH 110 OR MATH 165 AND MATH 111 OR
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                        MATH 167,
                                                                                                                                     2 7:05p- 8:20p MW CLS 2094                         13345
426 ADVANCED LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS                              3.0                                                                        Prerequisites: MATH 110 OR MATH 165 AND MATH 111 OR
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R                          Stone, W      14624                                                                           MATH 167,
       Prerequisites: TESL 402,                                                                                                      21 09:25a-10:40a TR        B 158 Yoon, M           13347
       Major Restriction: Grad-Tchg Eng as 2nd/Frgn Lang                                                                                 Prerequisites: MATH 110 OR MATH 165 AND MATH 111 OR
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                        MATH 167,
440 LANGUAGE & LITERACY                                       3.0                                                                    22 7:05p- 8:20p TR         B 158 Elshafie, E 13349
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W              CLS 3005 Bofman, T 14623                                                                                 Prerequisites: MATH 110 OR MATH 165 AND MATH 111 OR
       Prerequisites: TESL 402,                                                                                                           MATH 167,
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                 202 INTRO TO MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING                      3.0
445 LANGUAGE VARIATION                                        3.0                                                                    1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2020 Nyadroh, E 13351
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W              CLS 3044 Vamarasi, M 14622                                                                               Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                   2 10:50a-12:05p TR         CLS 2081 Chen, C        13354
                                                                                                                                         Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
460 SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION                               3.0                                                                    21 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 2094 Nyadroh, E 13356
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T              FA 153 Berlin, L          14621                                                                          Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
       Prerequisites: TESL 410 AND TESL 420,                                                                                         22 5:40p- 6:55p TR         B 158 Yoon, M           13357
       Major Restriction: Grad-Tchg Eng as 2nd/Frgn Lang                                                                                 Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
                                                                                                                                   300 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING                            3.0
     — Women’s Studies program (WSp) —                                                                                               WJ1 09:00a-11:50a S        CIS 520                 13011
                                                                                                                                         Prerequisites: MATH 092 OR MATH 102, OR UMPR 30 OR
101 HU wOMEN’S PERSPECTIVES & VALUES              3.0                                                                                     A02 22 OR A02 23 OR A02 24
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M          FA 153             14486
  2 2:50p- 4:05p TR         CLS 2109 Fuller, L 14487                                                                               301 COST ACCOUNTING I                                   3.0
  L18 6:10p- 8:50p T        EC 126 Hoagland, S 14807                                                                                 1 09:25a-10:40a TR                     Chen, C     13359
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                                                                                           Prerequisites: ACTG 202,
                                                                                                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
                                                                                                                                          Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
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Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                  Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN

307 AUDITING THEORY AND PROBLEMS                          3.0    410 SEMINAR IN TAX PLANNING                               3.0         22 5:40p- 6:55p TR         FA 203 Dhiensiri, N 13504
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR         B 146 Elshafie, E 13360               41 7:05p- 9:45p W          CLS 2044                 13382              Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
     Prerequisites: ACTG 322,                                         Prerequisites: ACTG 400,                                            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 Departmental Approval Required                                 362 INVESTMENT                                            3.0
  2 5:40p- 6:55p TR          B 152 Elshafie, E 13362                  Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                              1 11:00a-11:50a MWF B 146 Rao, N                    13505
     Prerequisites: ACTG 322,                                    421 CURR TOPICS FINANCIAL ACCTNG                          3.0            Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-         41 7:05p- 9:45p R          CLS 2081                 13384              Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 Prerequisites: ACTG 400,                                              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
310 FEDErAL InCoME TAx (InDIV)                            3.0         Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting           21 4:15p- 5:30p TR         B 158 Chen, C            13506
  1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 2020                        13364           Departmental Approval Required                                      Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Prerequisites: ACTG 202,                                         Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                                 Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-       441 ESTATE, GIFT & TRUST TAXATION                         3.0              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo              41 7:05p- 9:45p T          CLS 2081 Neal, P         13387         363 SECURITY ANALYSIS                                     3.0
  21 5:40p- 6:55p TR         B 146 Neal, P            13365           Prerequisites: ACTG 410,                                         21 5:40p- 6:55p TR                     Chen, C      13508
     Prerequisites: ACTG 202,                                         Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting              Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            Departmental Approval Required                                      Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                                   Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  2 09:25a-10:40a TR         B 152 Neal, P            14711
     Prerequisites: ACTG 202,                                    451 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS                        3.0       366 FINANCIAL INSTITNS & MARkETS                          3.0
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-         41 7:05p- 9:45p M          B 146 Chen, H            13388           21 7:05p- 8:20p TR         B 146 Dhiensiri, N 13509
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 Prerequisites: ACTG 402 AND ACTG 403 OR ACTG 450,                   Prerequisites: FINA 360,
                                                                      Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting              Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
311 FEDErAL InCoME TAx (Corpor)                           3.0         Departmental Approval Required                                        Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 2094                        13366           Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval
     Prerequisites: ACTG 310,                                                                                                        371 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL MGT                           3.0
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                                                                             1 09:25a-10:40a TR         CLS 2020 Balsara, N 13511
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                         — Business Law (BLAW) —                                     Prerequisites: FINA 360,
                                                                 See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important                   Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
312 COST ACCOUNTING II                                    3.0    information which may affect your enrollment and                           Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  1 10:50a-12:05p TR         B 158 Yoon, M            13367      registration. See policy on first class session attendance.           21 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 3031 Balsara, N 13514
     Prerequisites: ACTG 301,                                                                                                             Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-       MUST BE A DECLARED BUSINESS MAJOR OR MINOR                               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo            TO ENROLL IN 300-LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES.                                   Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
321 INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL ACTG I                         3.0    280 BUSINESS LAw I                                     3.0          373 INTERMEDIATE FINANCIAL MGT                            3.0
  1 10:00a-10:50a MWF B 158 Yen, A                    13368        1 09:25a-10:40a TR           CLS 2044 Reinsch, R 13391              1 10:50a-12:05p TR         B 146 Dhiensiri, N 13516
     Prerequisites: ACTG 202,                                          College Restriction: Business and Management                       Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-         21 5:40p- 6:55p MW B 146 Tokic, S                 13392                Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                  College Restriction: Business and Management                         Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  21 5:40p- 6:55p MW B 158 Yen, A                     13369      281 BUSINESS LAw II                                    3.0            21 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3031 Krissek, T              13517
     Prerequisites: ACTG 202,                                      1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 3031                      13394                Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-             Prerequisites: BLAW 280,                                           Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                  College Restriction: Business and Management                         Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
322 INTERMEDIATE FINANCL ACTG II                          3.0      2 10:50a-12:05p TR           CLS 3031 Reinsch, R 13396            377 REAL ESTATE FINANCE                                   3.0
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF B 158 Yen, A                    13371            Prerequisites: BLAW 280,                                        21 7:05p- 8:20p MW B 158                            13518
     Prerequisites: ACTG 321,                                          College Restriction: Business and Management                       Prerequisites: FINA 360,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-       285 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS                      3.0               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo              1 08:00a-08:50a MWF FA 202                        13399                  Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  2 10:50a-12:05p TR         CLS 2044 Chen, R         13373        2 08:00a-09:15a TR           CLS 1001 Tokic, S    13400
     Prerequisites: ACTG 321,                                                                                                        402 ISSUES IN CORPORATE FINANCE                           3.0
                                                                   21 5:40p- 6:55p MW                        Neal, P 13402             41 7:05p- 9:45p R          CLS 2044 Balsara, N 13520
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-         22 7:05p- 8:20p MW FA 202 Tokic, S                13403
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                                                                                     Prerequisites: FINA 400,
                                                                   23 5:40p- 6:55p TR           FA 202 Gerber, M     13404                Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting
324 ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACTG IV                            3.0      51 TBA               Online        Reinsch, R     13406                Departmental Approval Required
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2020                        13375        L18 6:10p- 8:55p M           EC 121               14721                Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval
     Prerequisites: ACTG 322,                                          Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                                                                           462 INVESTMENT STRATEGIES                                 3.0
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                                                                                  41 7:05p- 9:45p M          B 152 Rao, N             13521
                                                                                   — Finance (FInA) —                                     Prerequisites: FINA 460,
  21 7:05p- 8:20p MW CLS 3031 Krissek, T              13377      See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important
     Prerequisites: ACTG 322,                                                                                                             Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting
                                                                 information which may affect your enrollment and                         Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-       registration. See policy on first class session attendance.
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                                                                                     Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval
325 CNTMP FINANCIAL ACTG ISSUES                           3.0    MUST BE A DECLARED BUSINESS MAJOR OR MINOR                          475 MNGT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS                           3.0
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR         CLS 3020 Chen, R         13378      TO ENROLL IN 300-LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES.                              41 08:00a-10:40a S         B 158 Rezvanian, R 13524
     Prerequisites: ACTG 322,                                    360 PRIN FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT I                        3.0               Prerequisites: FINA 400,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-         1 08:00a-08:50a MWF CLS 2094                      13498                Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 Prerequisites: ACTG 201,                                            Departmental Approval Required
  21 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 2020 Chen, R         13380           Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval
     Prerequisites: ACTG 322,                                           Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-         2 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2020 Krissek, T           13500
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
402 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING                                 3.0         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
  41 7:05p- 9:45p M          CLS 2044 Nyadroh, E 13381                  Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Prerequisites: ACTG 400,                                      3 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 1002 Chen, C        13501
     Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting           Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
     Departmental Approval Required                                   Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
                                                                   21 5:40p- 6:55p MW B 152 Rao, N                   13503
                                                                      Prerequisites: ACTG 201,
                                                                      Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
                                                                        Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo



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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                               College of Business and Management
Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                              Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.       CRN


                — Marketing (MKTg) —                                                                                                    373 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT                          3.0
                                                                                    — Management (MngT) —                                 1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 1002 Shub, A        14697
See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important              See Department Notes in back of Schedule for important                   Prerequisites: MNGT 370,
information which may affect your enrollment and                    information which may affect your enrollment and                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
registration. See policy on first class session attendance.         registration. See policy on first class session attendance.                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
MUST BE A DECLARED BUSINESS MAJOR OR MINOR                          MUST BE A DECLARED BUSINESS MAJOR OR MINOR                          377 PRODUCTION/OPERATIONS MNGT                         3.0
TO ENROLL IN 300-LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES.                            TO ENROLL IN 300-LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES.                              1 2:00p- 3:15p MW B 158 Li, J                     14699
350 PRINCIPLES OF MARkETING                               3.0       368 BUSINESS STATISTICS                                3.0               Prerequisites: MNGT 368 AND MNGT 370,
  1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 1001                        13575           1 09:25a-10:40a TR       CLS 3105 Chen, M         14677                Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Prerequisites: ECON 217,                                            Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110 AND MATH 167 OR                   Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 MATH 111,                                                      2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        CLS 2044 Afifi, R       14700
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Prerequisites: MNGT 368 AND MNGT 370,
  2 2:00p- 3:15p MW CLS 1001                          13576                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Prerequisites: ECON 217,                                         2 10:00a-10:50a MWF B 146                         14679                  Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110 AND MATH 167 OR              21 7:05p- 8:20p MW                    Li, J       14702
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                      MATH 111,                                                         Prerequisites: MNGT 368 AND MNGT 370,
  21 7:05p- 8:20p TR         CLS 1002 Jiang, J        13577              Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Prerequisites: ECON 217,                                              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                      Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            3 2:00p- 3:15p MW B 152 Loucopoulos 14681                           22 5:40p- 6:55p TR        CLS 2044                14703
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110 AND MATH 167 OR                 Prerequisites: MNGT 368 AND MNGT 370,
                                                                           MATH 111,                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
351 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR                                     3.0                                                                                  Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  21 7:05p- 8:20p MW CLS 1001                         13578              Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo               378 wOMEN IN MANAGEMENT                                3.0
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            4 2:50p- 4:05p TR                     Afifi, R    14683             21 8:30p- 9:45p MW B 158 Roberge, M 13611
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110 AND MATH 167 OR                 Prerequisites: MNGT 370,
                                                                           MATH 111,                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
352 ADVERTISING                                           3.0            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR                                  13579                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                                                                                           379 OPERATIONS RESEARCH                                3.0
                                                                      21 5:40p- 6:55p MW FA 202 Loucopoulos 14685                         22 7:05p- 8:20p TR        CLS 2094 Chen, M        14693
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110 AND MATH 167 OR
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                                                                                        Prerequisites: MNGT 368,
                                                                           MATH 111,                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
353 MARkETING RESEARCH                                    3.0            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  21 8:30p- 9:45p TR         CLS 3105                 13580                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 31 08:00a-10:40a S        CLS 3031                14695
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350 AND MNGT 368,                            22 7:05p- 8:20p TR       CLS 3105 Afifi, R        14687                Prerequisites: MNGT 368,
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Prerequisites: MATH 165 OR MATH 110 AND MATH 167 OR                 Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                      MATH 111,                                                           Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
354 PERSONAL SELLING                                      3.0            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            1 2:00p- 3:15p MW CLS 2020                        14704
  22 7:05p- 8:20p TR         B 152                    13582                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Prerequisites: MNGT 368,
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                       370 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                           3.0               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            3 10:50a-12:05p TR       B 152 Xu, Q              13595                  Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            2 10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 3020 Chen, M        14705
356 RETAIL MANAGEMENT                                     3.0              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Prerequisites: MNGT 368,
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR         B 146 Jiang, J           13583           4 12:15p- 1:30p TR       B 158 Xu, Q              13596                Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 21 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 2020                       14706
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 5 2:00p- 3:15p MW CLS 3005                        13598                Prerequisites: MNGT 368,
                                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
357 SALES MANAGEMENT                                      3.0              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                      Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  21 5:40p- 6:55p TR         CLS 1002 Jiang, J        13587           21 5:40p- 6:55p MW                                13603
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                                                                                           380 ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                   3.0
                                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 2081                        14696
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                                                                                        Prerequisites: FINA 360 AND MKTG 350 AND MNGT 370,
                                                                      22 7:05p- 8:20p TR       CLS 3005                 13607                Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
358 INTERNATIONAL MARkETING                               3.0            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 3094 Pandya, A                13588                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                         1 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3020                      14689           381 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & MNGT                      3.0
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-            21 8:30p- 9:45p TR        CLS 3031                13613
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                      Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Prerequisites: FINA 360 AND MKTG 350 AND MNGT 370,
                                                                      2 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 3071                      14691                Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
359 MARkETING MANAGEMENT                                  3.0            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  21 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 3105 Pandya, A               13590                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Prerequisites: ACTG 201 AND MKTG 350,                                                                                              392 BUSINESS,TECHNOLOGY & SOCIETY                      3.0
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-          371 orgAnIZATIonAL BEHAVIor                            3.0            21 7:05p- 8:20p MW CLS 2020                       14698
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                 21 7:05p- 8:20p TR       CLS 1001 Shub, A         13609                Prerequisites: MNGT 370,
                                                                         Prerequisites: MNGT 370,                                            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
360 MARkETING CHANNELS                                    3.0            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
  31 10:50a- 1:30p S         B 158                    13592                Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Prerequisites: MKTG 350,                                                                                                           393 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT                               3.0
                                                                      1 10:50a-12:05p TR       CLS 1001 Shub, A         14692             21 5:40p- 6:55p MW CLS 1001 Roberge, M 13627
     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Prerequisites: MNGT 370,
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                                                                                        Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
                                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
453 MkTG RESEARCH/TECHN & APPL                            3.0              Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Departmental Approval Required
  41 6:00p- 8:40p F          CLS 2105 Shub, A         14710         372 orgAnIZATIon THEory AnD DESIgn                     3.0               Comments: Program Advisor Approval
     Prerequisites: MKTG 402 OR MKTG 450 AND MNGT 368,                21 8:30p- 9:45p MW CLS 3031                       13610             1 2:00p- 3:15p MW CLS 1002 Roberge, M 14701
     Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting              Prerequisites: MNGT 370,                                            Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-                 Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
     Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                                   Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                    Departmental Approval Required
                                                                      1 2:50p- 4:05p TR        CLS 2081                 14694                Comments: Program Advisor Approval
                                                                         Prerequisites: MNGT 370,                                         2 10:50a-12:05p TR                    Akbari, H   14856
                                                                         Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-               Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
                                                                           Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                      Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo
                                                                                                                                             Departmental Approval Required
                                                                                                                                             Comments: Program Advisor Approval
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Academic Development                                                                                                                Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

399 MANAGEMENT OF CHANGE                                  3.0                                                                  112 ENGLISH LANGUAGE wORkSHOP I                           3.0
  1 7:05p- 8:20p TR
     Prerequisites: MNGT 370,
                             CLS 2020                 14707                       Academic                                       1 09:00a-09:50a MWF
                                                                                                                                     Departmental Approval Required
                                                                                                                                                                                      13027

     Major Restriction: B&Mg-Accounting,B&Mg-Finance,B&Mg-
       Gen Business Admin,B&Mg-Gen Bus Admin 2nd Majo                            Development                                         Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                                                                                 2 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2094 Thusat, J               13028
402 APPLIED BUSINESS RESEARCH                             3.0                                                                        Departmental Approval Required
                                                                 The	university	reserves	the	right	to	limit	                         Comments: Must Take W/READ 115-01
  41 7:05p- 9:45p M          CLS 1002 Loucopoulos 14708          class	enrollment	and	cancel	classes	because	
     Prerequisites: MNGT 401,                                                                                                    4 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 2056                         14630
     Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting      of	insufficient	enrollment,	budget	limitations,	                    Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                              lack	of	an	appropriate	instructor,	or	other	                        Comments: Authorization Reqd - CLS 2046
     Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                         unforeseen	circumstances.	See	policy	on	first	                114 ENGLISH LANGUAGE wORkSHOP II                          3.0
                                                                 class	session	attendance.                                       2 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2020 Bofman, T               13031
474 HUMAN RESOURCES POL & DEC MkG                         3.0
  41 7:05p- 9:45p T                      Xu, Q        14709                                                                          Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: Grad-Business Admin,Grad-Accounting            — Academic Development (ACAD) —                               Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
     Departmental Approval Required                              101B SPCL PROG SEM I:PROJ SUCCESS                     3.0       3 08:00a-09:15a TR                     Trademan, J   13032
     Comments: Graduate Advisor Approval                           2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 131 Stiff, M             13001            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Project Success Students                        4 09:25a-10:40a TR        CLS 3005 Spector, B        13033
                                                                   1 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 153 Brown-Pierce, E 13003                  Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Project Success Students                        5 1:00p- 1:50p MWF CLS 4006 Wee, S                   14631
                                                                   3 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 233 Logan, G             13004            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Authorization Reqd - CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Project Success Students                      120 ENGLISH LANGUAGE wORkSHOP III                         3.0
                                                                   4 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 222 Stiff, M             13005        2 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2081 Ntihirageza, J          13035
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Comments: Project Success Students                            Comments: Must Take W/READ 116-04
                                                                 101C SPCL PROG SEM I:PROYECTO PAL                     3.0       3 12:00p-12:50p MWF CLS 3005 Burian, T               13037
                                                                   1 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 364 Hernandez-Santamaria 13006            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Proyecto Pa’Lante Students                      4 08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 4006 Hunt, S           13038
                                                                   2 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 153 Justiniano, H 13007                    Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Proyecto Pa’Lante Students                      5 09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 104 Trademan, J         13039
                                                                   3 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 131 Rzany, E             13008            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Proyecto Pa’Lante Students                      6 10:50a-12:05p TR        FA 247 Spector, B          13040
                                                                   4 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 364 Cuba, M              13009            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Departmental Approval Required                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                       Comments: Proyecto Pa’Lante Students                      7 12:15p- 1:30p TR                     Spector, B    13041
                                                                                                                                     Departmental Approval Required
                                                                 102E SPS:PROJ SUC/PAN AFRICANISM                      3.0           Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                   11 10:00a-10:50a MWF FA 256 Logan, G             13010        8 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3020 Burian, T               14632
                                                                                                                                     Departmental Approval Required
                                                                          — English Development (ELp) —                              Comments: Authorization Reqd - CLS 2046
                                                                 090 LANGUAGE COMPETENCE SkILLS                         3.0      L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 126 Prez, P             14869
                                                                   31 4:15p- 6:55p T                    Burian, T    13015           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           121 ENGLISH GRAMMAR SkILLS                                3.0
                                                                      Comments: Auth Required - CLS 2046                         1 10:50a-12:05p TR                     Trademan, J   13042
                                                                   32 4:15p- 6:55p R        CLS 3071 O’Connor, J     14629           Departmental Approval Required
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                                 Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                      Comments: Authorization Reqd - CLS 2046
                                                                 099 DEVELOPMENTAL wRITING                              3.0          — Mathematics Development (MATH) —
                                                                   1 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 2056 Wee, S               13016     AN IMPORTANT NOTE FOR MATH 090, MATH 091, &
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           MATH 092
                                                                      Comments: Auth Required - CLS 2046
                                                                   2 11:00a-11:50a MWF                  Thusat, J    13017     See the Departmental Mathematics Development Note
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           for information regarding Class requirements, content,
                                                                      Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046                             and “hybrid” course designation.
                                                                   3 12:00p-12:50p MWF                  Wee, S       13018     A permit authorization for your registration in MATH 090,
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           MATH 091, and MATH 092 is necessary before NEIUPORT
                                                                      Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046
                                                                   4 08:00a-09:15a TR                   Spector, B   13019     Registration. Permits will only be issued after MATH ACT scores
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           are on file or after Math Placement Testing has been completed.
                                                                      Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046                             Contact the Assessment & Testing Office, regarding Math
                                                                   5 09:25a-10:40a TR                   Hunt, S      13020     Placement Testing, Room D-130, 773-442-5290. Placement
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           Testing should be completed at least two weeks prior to a
                                                                      Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046                             permit request. Placement results are obtained from Academic
                                                                   20 09:25a-10:40a MW CIS 402 O’Connor, J           14478     Advising, D 130. After Math Placement has been completed
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           and course work has begun, a final grade of C or higher is the
                                                                      Comments: Authorization Reqd - CLS 2046                  prerequisite to advance to the next course.
                                                                       - English as Second Language (ESL) -                    Permits for NEIUPORT Registration will be issued beginning
                                                                 108 LISTENING AND SPEAkING                             3.0    Monday, April 13th. Students that are currently enrolled in
                                                                   1 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 2044 Wee, S               13026     developmental math courses will request their permit through
                                                                      Departmental Approval Required                           their classroom instructor. All other students can obtain
                                                                      Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2046                             their permit application from the Math Development Office,
                                                                                                                               Science Building, 204-B. Permit applications are available
                                                                                                                               from the door of S 204 B and can be submitted at any time.
                                                                                                                               If the office is closed, please slide your completed permit


54                                                                                                                                  Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                      Academic Development
Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.     Instr.          CRN

application form under the door of Science S-204 B. Please            6   10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 323 Wigle, L            13059       3    09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 211 Zak, D              13074
pick up your processed form from the permit folders                       Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
by S-204 B, 48 hours after submission to confirm your                      17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
class authorization. Permits can also be submitted by                     Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
e-mail, if you are not currently enrolled in a math course, to:           Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
t-blackburn1@neiu.edu, please include your name, university           7 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 351 Blair, M              13060       4    09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 228 Wigle, L            13075
ID#, course #, section number, CRN and pre-requisite. Only                Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
                                                                           17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
staff at El Centro and the Center for Inner Studies can                   Departmental Approval Required
issue permit authorizations for developmental math                                                                                       Departmental Approval Required
                                                                          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
courses at their locations.                                           8 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 323 Wigle, L              13061       5    10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 124 Fenley, J           13076
Permits MUST be obtained AT LEAST 48 hours prior to                       Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
NEIUPORT Registration. Students can complete their NEIUPORT                17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
Registration through Late Registration . Your final opportunity           Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
to obtain a permit for Late Registration is on Wednesday, August          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
26th, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Science, S 204 B. Permit          9 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 351 Fenley, J             13062       6    10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 211 Zak, D              13077
                                                                          Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
authorizations are voided before the first day of class.                   17 OR A02 18
See classroom instructors on the first day of class for                                                                                    20 OR A02 21
                                                                          Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
final consideration.                                                      Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
090 INTRODUCTION TO ALGEBRA                                  3.0      10 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 317 Zak, D               13063       7    11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 124 Flatte, C           13078
   1 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 317 Nissan, K                 13044            Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        Departmental Approval Required                                     17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
   2 10:00a-10:50a MWF SCI 317 Nissan, K                 13045            Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
        Departmental Approval Required                                11 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 323 Fenley, J            13064       8    11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 211 Kulik, H            13079
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
   3 11:00a-11:50a MWF SCI 317 Blair, M                  13046             17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
   4 12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 219 Nissan, K                 13047        12 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 317 Zak, D                13065       9    12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 351 Flatte, C           13080
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                           17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
   5 1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 219 Blair, M                   13048            Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                      13 08:00a-09:15a TR       SCI 317 Stout, M        13066       10   12:00p-12:50p MWF SCI 111 Kulik, H            13081
   6 08:00a-09:15a TR          SCI 219 Ranney, S         13049            Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        Departmental Approval Required                                     17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
   7 09:25a-10:40a TR          SCI 219 Ranney, S         13050            Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
        Departmental Approval Required                                14 09:25a-10:40a TR       SCI 317 Stout, M        13067       11   1:00p- 1:50p MWF SCI 111 Nissan, K            13082
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
   8 10:50a-12:05p TR          SCI 317                   13051             17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
   9 12:15p- 1:30p TR          SCI 317                   13052        15 10:50a-12:05p TR       SCI 323                 13068       12   1:00p- 2:15p MW SCI 323 Blackburn, T 13083
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                           17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
   31 7:05p- 9:45p M           SCI 317 Loconte, J 13053                   Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                      16 12:15p- 1:30p TR       SCI 323                 13069       13   08:00a-09:15a TR      SCI 323 Temesvari, I 13084
   L18 09:10a-10:50a TR        EC 134                    14538            Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
        Departmental Approval Required                                     17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                            Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
091 BASIC ALGEBRA                                            3.0          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
   1 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 219 Flatte, C                 13054        17 2:50p- 4:05p TR        SCI 317 Temesvari, I 13070          14   09:25a-10:40a TR      SCI 323 Temesvari, I 13085
        Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02              Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
          17 OR A02 18                                                     17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
   2 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 317 Kulik, H                  13055        31 7:05p- 9:45p W         SCI 323 Loconte, J 13071            15   09:25a-10:40a TR      SCI 351                 13086
        Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02              Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
          17 OR A02 18                                                     17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Comments: Permit S 204 B                                       Comments: Permit S 204 B
   3 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 323 Flatte, C                 13056        L18 11:00a-12:15p TR      EC 134                  14540       16   10:50a-12:05p TR      SCI 351 Stout, M        13087
        Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02              Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02           Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
          17 OR A02 18                                                     17 OR A02 18                                                    20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                 Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                         Comments: Permit S 204 B
   4 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 351 Kulik, H                  13057      092 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                               3.0      17   10:50a-12:05p TR      SCI 111                 13088
        Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02          1 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 323 Fenley, J             13072            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
          17 OR A02 18                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02             20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                     20 OR A02 21                                                  Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Departmental Approval Required                                 Comments: Permit S 204 B
   5 09:00a-09:50a MWF SCI 124 Blair, M                  13058            Comments: Permit S 204 B                                  18   12:15p- 1:30p TR      SCI 351 Ranney, S       13089
        Prerequisites: MATH 090, OR UMPR 01 OR A02 16 OR A02          2 08:00a-08:50a MWF SCI 351 Wigle, L              13073            Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
          17 OR A02 18                                                    Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02             20 OR A02 21
        Departmental Approval Required                                     20 OR A02 21                                                  Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Permit S 204 B                                          Departmental Approval Required                                 Comments: Permit S 204 B
                                                                          Comments: Permit S 204 B
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College of Education                                                                                                                    Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                  Credits   Course No.      Title                                     Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.           CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.              CRN

  19 12:15p- 1:30p TR       SCI 111 Temesvari, I 13090                                                                              2    4:15p- 6:55p M          CLS 4103 Segura-Herrera 13718
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02
       20 OR A02 21
                                                                     College of Education                                                Prerequisites: COUN 401 AND COUN 403,
                                                                                                                                         Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Departmental Approval Required                              The	university	reserves	the	right	to	limit	class	                         Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                    enrollment	and	cancel	classes	because	of	                               Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  20 2:50p- 4:05p TR        SCI 323 Ranney, S      13091                                                                          406   GROUP COUNSELING                                       3.0
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02        insufficient	enrollment,	budget	limitations,	lack	
                                                                 of	an	appropriate	instructor,	or	other	unforeseen	                 1    7:05p- 9:45p M          CLS 4103 Chen, M           13720
       20 OR A02 21                                                                                                                      Prerequisites: COUN 405,
     Departmental Approval Required                              circumstances.		See	policy	on	first	class	session	
                                                                 attendance.                                                             Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                                                                                              Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  31 7:05p- 9:45p T         SCI 323 Stout, M       13092                 DISTANCE EDUCATION COURSES                                      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02        Northeastern	Illinois	University	offers	selected	                  2    4:15p- 6:55p R          CLS 4103 Chen, M           13721
       20 OR A02 21                                              courses	that	are	delivered	online	and	through	                          Prerequisites: COUN 405,
     Departmental Approval Required                              a	two-way	interactive	video	teleconferencing	                           Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                    network.			Each	of	these	courses	will	be	identified	                      Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  32 7:05p- 9:45p W         SCI 317 Roach, A       13093         as	a	“Distance	Education	Course.”		These	sites	are	                     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02        listed	on	page	31.
       20 OR A02 21                                                                                                               408   RESEARCH SEMINAR                                       3.0
     Departmental Approval Required                                   SATELLITE and OFF-CAMPUS COURSES                              1    4:15p- 6:55p T          CLS 4077 Beaty, L          13725
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                    Northeastern	Illinois	University	offers	                                Prerequisites: COUN 404,
  35 TBA             Online           Blackburn, T 13094         undergraduate	and	graduate-level	courses	at	                            Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
     Prerequisites: MATH 091, OR UMPR 02 OR A02 19 OR A02        two	satellite	campuses	in	metropolitan	Chicago	                           Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
       20 OR A02 21                                              including	the	Jacob	H.	Carruthers	Center	(700	                          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Departmental Approval Required                              E.	Oakwood,	Chicago)	and	El	Centro	(3119	N.	                       2    7:05p- 9:45p W          CLS 3096 Pembroke, E 13727
     Comments: Permit S 204 B                                    Pulaski,	Chicago).		It	also	offers	courses	at	several	                  Prerequisites: COUN 404,
                                                                 off-campus	sites	including	the	University	Center	                       Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
                — reading (rEAD) —                               of	Lake	County	(1200	University	Center	Dr.,	                              Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
                                                                 Grayslake,	IL).		Listing	for	courses	at	Lake	County	                    Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
115 READING FOR THE ESL STUDENT                           3.0                                                                       3    4:15p- 6:55p R          CLS 3096                   14843
  1 09:00a-09:50a MWF Hybrid             Gloriosa, P   13732     are	shaded	and	the	building	is	indicated	as	                            Prerequisites: COUN 404,
      Departmental Approval Required                             “ZUCG”	in	the	printed	NEIU	Schedule	of	Classes.		                       Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
      Comments: Must Take w/ESL 112 section 02                   If	no	room	number	is	listed	for	the	course	                               Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
116 READING FOR ADV ESL STUDENT                           3.0    you	are	taking	in	Lake	County,	please	contact	                          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  1 08:00a-08:50a MWF                    Hybrid        13102     the	academic	departmental	office	offering	                       409   CAREER DEVELOPMENT                                     3.0
      Departmental Approval Required                             the	courses.		You	can	also	call	the	University	                    1    7:05p- 9:45p M          CLS 2056 Pistorio, C 13729
      Comments: Permits Reading Lab - LIB 452                    Center	of	Lake	County	at	(847)665-4000.		The	                           Prerequisites: COUN 402,
  10 08:00a-09:15a TR       FA 255 Hybrid              13103     most	updated	schedule	of	courses	(with	room	                            Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
      Departmental Approval Required                             information)	can	also	be	found	at	Lake	County’s	                          Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
      Comments: Permits Reading Lab - LIB 452                    website	http://ucenter.org	under	“prospective”	                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  11 08:00a-09:15a TR       FA 256 Hybrid              13104     or	“current	students.”		For	directions	to	the	Lake	
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                              410   SEM IN SCHOOL COUNSELING                               3.0
                                                                 County	campus	click	on	“contact/visit	us.”                         1    7:05p- 9:45p R          FA 255 Pembroke, E 13731
      Comments: Permits Reading Lab - LIB 452
  2 09:00a-09:50a MWF FA 256 Miller, Q                 13735     For	more	information,	call	the	NEIU	Lake	County	                        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-School
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
                                                                 Information	Line	(773)	442-LAKE	(5253).	
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                                                                                     415   CHILDREN,YOUTH & THEIR SYSTEMS                         3.0
  3 09:00a-09:50a MWF CLS 3056 Packard, G              13739             — Counselor Education (Coun) —                             1    4:15p- 6:55p M          CLS 2056 Bethea, S         14866
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                     Prerequisites: COUN 420,
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                    401 COUN PROFESSN/PLURALISTIC SOC                         3.0           Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
  4 10:00a-10:50a MWF Hybrid             Gloriosa, P   13742       1 7:05p- 9:45p M           FA 255 Pembroke, E 13709                     Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
      Departmental Approval Required                                  Special Fees: $15.00                                               Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Comments: Must Take w/ESL 120 section 02                        Major Restriction: Non-degree graduate,Grad-Counseling-
                                                                        Communty,Grad-Counseling-Family,Grad-Counsel              417   MIDDLE SCHOOL ADVIS & CNSLG                            3.0
  5 10:00a-10:50a MWF CLS 4006 Miller, Q               13747                                                                        1    TBA              Online                            13733
      Departmental Approval Required                               2 4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 3071                 13710
                                                                      Special Fees: $15.00                                               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                                                                                              Program,Graduate SAL
  6 11:00a-11:50a MWF Hybrid             Miller, Q     13749          Major Restriction: Non-degree graduate,Grad-Counseling-
      Departmental Approval Required                                    Communty,Grad-Counseling-Family,Grad-Counsel              420   INTRO TO FAMILY COUNSELING                             3.0
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                    402 DEVELOPMENTAL COUNSELING                              3.0      1    7:05p- 9:45p W          CLS 2105 Segura-Herrera 13734
  7 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 4006 Packard, G              13751       1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3071 Segura-Herrera 13712              Prerequisites: COUN 401 AND COUN 403,
      Departmental Approval Required                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-                  Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                           Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun                 Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  8 11:00a-11:50a MWF CLS 3056 Gloriosa, P             13754          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Departmental Approval Required                                                                                              425   ADDICTIONS COUNSELING                                  3.0
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                    403 FRAMEwORkS FOR COUNSELING                             3.0
                                                                   1 7:05p- 9:45p T           FA 256 Bethea, S         13713        1    4:15p- 6:55p T          CLS 3081 Currier, K        13736
  9 12:00p-12:50p MWF Hybrid             Miller, Q     13756                                                                             Prerequisites: COUN 401 AND COUN 403,
      Departmental Approval Required                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
                                                                        Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun               Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                                                                                              Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  12 10:50a-12:05p TR       CLS 3109 Gloriosa, P       13758          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
                                                                                                                                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Departmental Approval Required                             404 EVALUATION TECHNIQUES                                 3.0
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                      1 7:05p- 9:45p M           CLS 3056 Johnston, C 13715          427   DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS/COUNSELING                          3.0
  13 12:15p- 1:30p TR       Hybrid       Chenault, L   13759          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-             1    4:15p- 6:55p W          CLS 3081 Johnston, C 13737
      Departmental Approval Required                                    Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun               Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  L18 4:15p- 5:30p MW EC 122 O’Connor, J               14787                                                                             Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
                                                                 405 INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING SkILLS                          3.0
      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                     1 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 4103 Chen, M         13717      430   MULTICULT CNSL:wORLDVIEw & SYS                         3.0
117 VOCABULARY ENRICHMENT                                 3.0         Prerequisites: COUN 401 AND COUN 403,                         1    4:15p- 6:55p R          CLS 3106 Schwarzbaum 13738
  1 08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 3056 Packard, G        13761          Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-                  Prerequisites: COUN 403,
      Departmental Approval Required                                    Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun               Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452                         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun
  2 10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 3106 Packard, G        13765                                                                             Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Departmental Approval Required
      Comments: Permits: Reading Lab, LIB 452


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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                  College of Education
Course No.       Title                                   Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.     Instr.           CRN

  2     7:05p- 9:45p M           CLS 2105 Bethea, S      13740     305 PHIL & HIST FOUND PUBLIC EDUC                           3.0    406 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT & LEARNING                            3.0
        Prerequisites: COUN 403,                                     4 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 2005 Whitaker, A 13452             W1 10:50a- 1:30p S          CLS 2005 Wolff, T          13502
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-            5 10:50a-12:05p TR          SCI 211 Whitaker, A 13454                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
          Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun         6 4:15p- 6:55p T            CLS 3106                   13455             Program,Graduate SAL
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                  8 4:15p- 6:55p W            SCI 228 Meiners, E 13457               2 4:15p- 6:55p R            FA 216 Koffman, E 13507
431    COUPLE & FAMILY SYSTEMS STUDY                         3.0     W7 6:00p- 8:40p F           SCI 317 Kondellas, V 13459                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1     4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 4099 Schwarzbaum 13741          W9 12:30p- 3:10p U          B 158 McNeely, S 13461                       Program,Graduate SAL
        Prerequisites: COUN 420 AND COUN 421,                        WL1 08:30a-11:10a S         EC 126 Starks, J           14466     407 LEARN THEORY & EDUCL PRACTICE                           3.0
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-                Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                         1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 311 Wolff, T           13510
          Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun         L18 12:15p- 1:30p TR        EC 107 Kondellas, V 14733                  Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                     1 09:00a-11:50a M           CLS 3109                   14826             Program,Graduate SAL
433    FOUND OF REHAB COUNSELING                             3.0     2 09:00a-11:50a W           CLS 3109 Wheeler, D 14827
  1     4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3046 Currier, K     13744                                                                        416 CULTURAL PLURLSM & SCHOOLS                              3.0
        Major Restriction: Non-degree graduate,Grad-Counseling-    306 EDUCATION & INDIV DIFFERENCES                           3.0      1 7:05p- 9:45p W            SCI 112 Addison, K 13512
          Communty,Grad-Counseling-Family,Grad-Counsel               1 08:00a-09:15a TR          CLS 2054 Makris, E         13464           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                     2 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 2054 Makris, E         13466             Program,Graduate SAL
434    MED & PSYC ASPECTS OF DISABILI                        3.0     3 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 3056 Holland, N 13467
  1     4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3046 Johnston, C 13745                                                                             2 4:15p- 6:55p W            CLS 3109 Addison, K 13513
                                                                     4 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 4006 Holland, N 13469                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty,Grad-            5 12:15p- 1:30p TR          FA 256 Whitaker, A 13471
          Counseling-Family,Grad-Counseling-School,Grad-Coun                                                                                  Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                     6 4:15p- 6:55p F            SCI 219 Wolff, T           13474
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                  7 4:15p- 6:55p R            SCI 111 Nidelkoff, L 13476           418A SEM DEVEL & LRNG:COGNTV DEVEL                          3.0
442    PRAC I:GROUP SUPRV SCHL CNSLG                         3.0     8 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 323 Nidelkoff, L 13477             1 TBA                Online              McNeely, S 13515
  1     4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 4077 Beaty, L       13746       W9 10:50a- 1:30p S          SCI 351 Wolff, T           13479           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
        Prerequisites: COUN 409,                                     10 1:00p- 3:50p F           SCI 351 Wolff, T           13480             Program,Graduate SAL
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-School                        Departmental Approval Required
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                              — Educational Leadership (ELAD) —
        Departmental Approval Required                               11 1:00p- 3:50p F           SCI 323 Kondellas, V 13481           109 FA FYE:SCHL’S OUT:CHGO NTD ED PRG                       3.0
        Comments: Approval of Clin Exp Coord                             Departmental Approval Required                                 1 1:00p- 2:15p MW CLS 3106 Koffman, E 14828
  2     4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 4103 Murata, A      13748           Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
        Prerequisites: COUN 409,                                     L18 09:55a-11:10a TR        EC 107 Kondellas, V 14468                   seating
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-School                        Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                            Departmental Approval Required
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                  WJ1 12:30p- 3:10p S         CIS 520                    14469          Comments: Permit D130-Yr1 Students Only
        Departmental Approval Required                               WL1 2:00p- 4:40p S          EC 127 Brinkerhoff, N 14734
  3     4:15p- 6:55p W           Practicum Giblin, N     13750           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
        Prerequisites: COUN 409,                                                                                                           - Human resource Development (HrD) -
                                                                   307 PSYCH OF INSTRUCTION & LEARNIN                          3.0
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-School                    2 10:50a-12:05p TR          CLS 4006 Makris, E         13483     300 PRIN & PRACT HUMAN RES DEVL                       3.0
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                            1 09:25a-10:40a TR         SCI 240 Lovering, A 13866
        Departmental Approval Required                               3 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 124 Brinkerhoff, N 13485           2 7:05p- 9:45p W           SCI 211 Truty, D      13868
        Comments: Approval of Clin Exp Coord                             Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                            L18 6:10p- 8:50p R         EC 123                14755
  4     7:05p- 9:45p W           CLS 4103 Pistorio, C 13752          W4 10:50a- 1:30p S          SCI 323 Brinkerhoff, N 13487               Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
        Prerequisites: COUN 409,                                         Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                          301 ADULT TEACHING/LRNG PROCESS                       3.0
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-School                        Comments: CASEP See Printed Dept Notes                         1 12:15p- 1:30p TR         SCI 360               13871
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                  5 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 219                    13489           Prerequisites: HRD 300 OR HR 300,
        Departmental Approval Required                                   Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                            2 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 3056 Benson, S    13872
444    PRAC I:GRP SUPRV IN COMM COUN                         3.0     1 09:25a-10:40a TR          CLS 3109 Wheeler, D 14470                  Prerequisites: HRD 300 OR HR 300,
  1     TBA              Practicum                       13753           Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                            L18 6:10p- 8:50p W         EC 106                14756
        Prerequisites: COUN 409,                                     6 12:15p- 1:30p TR          CLS 2108 Wheeler, D 14472                  Prerequisites: HRD 300 OR HR 300,
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Communty                      Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                                Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                313 PROB, ISS & PRACT IN EDUC                               3.0    310 INSTRL TECHNIQUES/TECHNOLOGY                      3.0
        Departmental Approval Required                               1 4:15p- 6:55p M            SCI 211 Koffman, E 13490               1 7:05p- 9:45p W           SCI 124 Lovering, A 13873
445    PRACT I:GROUP SUPERVISION                             3.0         Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                            Prerequisites: HRD 301 OR HR 301, AND AEDU Y
  1     7:05p- 9:45p W           CLS 4099 Schwarzbaum 13755              Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-              Major Restriction: Ed-Human Resource Dev
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Family                          Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-
                                                                     2 TBA                Online                            13491     315 CoMpuTEr uTILIZATIon In HrD                       3.0
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                     1 7:05p- 9:45p M           FA 108                13875
        Departmental Approval Required                                   Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
                                                                         Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-              Prerequisites: HRD 310 OR HR 310, AND AEDU Y
        Comments: Approval of Clin Exp Coord                                                                                                Major Restriction: Ed-Human Resource Dev
                                                                           Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-
446    PRACTICUM IN REHAB COUN                               3.0     4 TBA                Online                            13492     320 DYNAMICS wRkNG GROUPS & INDVL                     3.0
  1     4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 4099                13757           Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                        1 7:05p- 9:45p R           SCI 351               13876
        Prerequisites: COUN 402 AND COUN 403 AND COUN 404                Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
          AND COUN 405 AND COUN 406 AND COUN 409 AND COUN                                                                             321 DESIGNING INSTRUCTION IN HRD                      3.0
                                                                           Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-               1 7:05p- 9:45p T           SCI 211 Truty, D      13878
        Major Restriction: Grad-Counseling-Rehab                     5 TBA                Online                            13495
        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                         Prerequisites: HRD 310 OR HR 310 AND HRD 315 OR HR
                                                                         Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                              315 AND HRD 320 OR HR 320 AND HRD 325 OR HR 325
        Departmental Approval Required                                   Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
        Comments: Approval of Clin Exp Coord                                                                                                Major Restriction: Ed-Human Resource Dev
                                                                           Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-                   Comments: Non-Majors Get Instructor Auth
                                                                     3 TBA                Online                            14474
 — Educational Leadership & Development —                                Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                      325 COMMUNICATION IN HRD                              3.0
                                                                         Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-          1 10:50a-12:05p TR         FA 218 Frank, B       13881
       — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —                                  Bicultural Ed,Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-                   Prerequisites: HRD 300 OR HR 300, AND AEDU Y
204    LAB IN FDNS OF EDUC                                 3.0                                                                              Major Restriction: Ed-Human Resource Dev
                                                                   405 DEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL THOUGHT                            3.0          Comments: Non-Majors Get Instructor Auth
  1     TBA            Lab          Wloch, W            13447        1 7:05p- 9:45p W            SCI 360 Meiners, E 13497               2 7:05p- 9:45p M           SCI 112               13884
216    CHILD & ADOL DEV:INDIV DIFFS                        3.0           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters              Prerequisites: HRD 300 OR HR 300, AND AEDU Y
  X1    3:30p- 6:45p W        ZUPL TBA Roberts, A       13449              Program,Graduate SAL                                             Major Restriction: Ed-Human Resource Dev
        Departmental Approval Required                               2 4:15p- 6:55p W                         Schultz, B    13499           Comments: Non-Majors Get Instructor Auth
        Comments: Auth: Ext 5571                                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                     3 4:15p- 6:55p M                         Schultz, B    14735
                                                                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL
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College of Education                                                                                                                       Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN

329 INTERNSHIP & SEMINAR IN HRD                            9.0    329F   PRSM ICS:CONTEMPORARY ISSUES                           3.0   422 ELEM/SEC SCHL ADMIN & SUPRVSN                           3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            FA 216 Dundis, S          14832       J1    6:30p- 9:15p T          CIS 403 O’Connor, R 13926             1 7:05p- 9:45p T             CLS 2105 Bush, L          13975
     Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                      329L   PRSM ICS:AFRICAN COMMUNICTNS                           3.0         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Ed-Human Resource Dev                       J1    1:30p- 4:15p R          CIS 504 Vernon, G          13927            Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                     J4 08:30a- 2:30p S           CIS 407                   14533
     Comments: Permission HRD Advisor/Coord                       329O   PRSM ICS:wEST AFR LIFE HST&CUL                         3.0         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                    J1    6:30p- 9:15p R          CIS 406 Ben Levi, J 13928                   Program,Graduate SAL
390 COMPUTER BASED TRAINING                                3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 108                    13885     329P   PRSM ICS:HISTORY OF AFRICA                             3.0         Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: HRD 315 OR HR 315, AND AEDU Y                   J1    6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 403 Grantham, C 13930                 Comments: Authorization - CLS 4009
     Comments: Non-Majors Get Instructor Auth                                                                                           X3 7:05p- 9:45p R            ZUCG TBA Beckwith, J 14560
                                                                  411    GRAD STUDY IN THE INNER CITY                           3.0         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
400 HrD & THE orgAnIZATIon                                 3.0      J1    6:30p- 9:15p M          CIS 117 Jones, Y           13932            Program,Graduate SAL
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M            SCI 360 Lovering, A 13888                   Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters         J2 4:15p- 6:55p W            CIS 504 Pittman, D 14613
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL               Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
401 THE ADULT LEARNER I                                    3.0    416    HIST & CULT AFRO-AMERICANS                             3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 228 Truty, D          13889       J1    6:30p- 9:15p M          CIS 408 Thompson, A 13934           424 SCHOOL SUPERVISION                                      3.0
     Prerequisites: HRD 400 OR HR 400,                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters         1 7:05p- 9:45p M             FA 247                    13976
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL               Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
407 MEASUREMENT & EVALUATION HRD                           3.0    425A   SEM RL&PHL:CMPRTV REL&PHLSYST                          3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 4006 Benson, S        13891       J1    6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 406 Ben Levi, J 13936             J3 08:30a- 2:30p S           CIS 503                   14536
     Prerequisites: HRD 406 OR HR 406,                                    Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411,                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Grad-Human Resource Dev                           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL                                            Departmental Approval Required
411 CONSULTING IN HRD                                      3.0                                                                              Comments: Authorization - CLS 4009
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            CLS 3109 Frank, B         13893     426    HIST & PHIL BLACk EDUCATION                            3.0
                                                                    J1    6:30p- 9:15p T          CIS 406 Hammond, A 13937              X2 7:05p- 9:45p T            ZUCG TBA                  14563
     Prerequisites: HRD 407 OR HR 407 AND HRD 406 OR HR                                                                                     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
       406,                                                               Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411,
                                                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
     Major Restriction: Grad-Human Resource Dev                                                                                         L18 7:05p- 9:45p M           EC 136                    14763
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL
415 SEMINAR IN HRD                                         3.0                                                                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R            SCI 201 Frank, B          13894     427A   SM ICS:AFRICAN-AMERICAN COMMNT                         3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
     Prerequisites: HRD 401 OR HR 401 AND HRD 400 OR HR             J1    6:30p- 9:15p R          CIS 408 Starks, R          13938          Departmental Approval Required
       400 AND HRD 403 OR HR 403 AND HRD 405 OR HR 405                    Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411,                              Comments: Auth CLS 4009 - Meets @ELC
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                            Program,Graduate SAL                                      429 RESRCH EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP                           3.0
       Program,Graduate SAL                                                                                                             1 4:15p- 6:55p W                         Holland, N 13977
416 PRACTICUM IN HRD I                                     3.0    442    RCH MTDS INNER CITY STUDIES                            3.0         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 TBA               Practicum           Frank, B      13896       J1    6:30p- 9:15p W          CIS 408 Thompson, A 13939                   Program,Graduate SAL
     Prerequisites: HRD 401 OR HR 401 AND HRD 403 OR HR                   Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters         2 4:15p- 6:55p T             SCI 111                   13978
       403 AND HRD 405 OR HR 405 AND HRD 406 OR HR 406                      Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        443    RESEARCH wRITING                                       3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
       Program,Graduate SAL                                         J1    6:30p- 9:15p T          CIS 117 Jones, Y           13940          Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                       Prerequisites: ICSE 411 OR ICST 411 AND ICSE 442 OR               Comments: Auth CLS 4009 - ENLACE
     Comments: Consent of Instructor                                        ICST 442,                                                 431 COMMUNITY RELATIONS                                     3.0
417 PRACTICUM IN HRD II                                    3.0            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters         1 7:05p- 9:45p W             SCI 311                   13979
  1 TBA               Practicum                         13899               Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Prerequisites: HRD 401 OR HR 401 AND HRD 400 OR HR           454    MASTERS PROJECT RESEARCH                               3.0           Program,Graduate SAL
       400 AND HRD 403 OR HR 403 AND HRD 405 OR HR 405              J1    6:30p- 9:15p R          CIS 117 Jones, Y           13941      X2 6:00p- 8:40p M            ZUCG TBA McNeely, S 14565
     Major Restriction: Grad-Human Resource Dev                           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Departmental Approval Required                                         Program,Graduate SAL                                              Program,Graduate SAL
     Comments: Consent of Instructor                                      Departmental Approval Required                              432 SCHOOL FINANCE                                          3.0
419 PROJECT IN HRD                                         3.0            Comments: Consent of Department                               1 4:15p- 6:55p T             FA 256                    13980
  1 TBA               Master’s Project                  13909                                                                               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Grad-Human Resource Dev                                   — Leadership (LEAD) —                                       Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                               401 CURR DEVEL & LEARNING THEOR                             3.0       J2 7:05p- 9:45p T            CIS 503 Pittman, D 14612
     Comments: Consent of Instructor                                1 4:15p- 6:55p M            CLS 2105 Bush, L           13972            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
490 MULTIMDIA:DESIGN & APPLICATION                         3.0          Major Restriction: Grad-Ed Lead:School Lead                           Program,Graduate SAL
  1 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 108                    13911           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters         433 SCHOOL LAw                                              3.0
     Major Restriction: Grad-Human Resource Dev                           Program,Graduate SAL                                          1 4:15p- 6:55p R             CLS 2031 Brown, S         13981
     Comments: Tech Based Course                                  413 HUMAN RELATIONS & LEADERSHIP                            3.0           Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                    2 4:15p- 6:55p T            CLS 2071 Ehrlich, D 14611                     Program,Graduate SAL
       — Inner City Studies Education (ICSE) —                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters           X2 4:15p- 6:55p R            ZUCG TBA Brown, S         14845
                                                                          Program,Graduate SAL                                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
103     INTRO TO INNER CITY STUDIES                       3.0                                                                                 Program,Graduate SAL
  J1     10:30a- 1:15p R    CIS 406 Bethea, S          13914      421 FDTNS ED LDRSHIP & ORG STDS                             3.0
                                                                    1 7:05p- 9:45p T            FA 216 Gil-Garcia, A 13974            434 PRC INSTR LDRSHP/SCHL MNGT I                            3.0
201     HIST & CULT OF ETHNIC GROUPS                      3.0                                                                           1 TBA                Practicum           Gil-Garcia, A 13982
  J1     10:30a- 1:15p T    CIS 504 Williams, L        13917            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                          Program,Graduate SAL                                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
301     RACISM IN THEORY AND FACT                         3.0       J3 08:30a- 2:30p S          CIS 211 Gil-Garcia, A 14530                   Program,Graduate SAL
  J1     10:30a- 1:15p M    CIS 406 Thompson, A        13920            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Departmental Approval Required
                                                                          Program,Graduate SAL                                              Comments: Authorization CLS 4009
302     THE INNER CITY COMMUNITY                          3.0                                                                           2 TBA                Practicum           Bultinck, H 13983
  J1     10:30a- 1:15p W    CIS 407 O’Connor, R        13921            Departmental Approval Required
                                                                        Comments: Authorization - CLS 4009                                  Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
303     THRY & MTHD ETHNIC GRP RESRCH                     3.0       X2 4:15p- 6:55p T           ZUCG TBA                   14558              Program,Graduate SAL
  J1     6:30p- 9:15p W     CIS 407 Starks, R          13923            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Departmental Approval Required
                                                                                                                                            Comments: Authorization CLS 4009
304     COMMUNICATN IN THE INNER CITY                     3.0             Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                                                                                        3 TBA                Practicum           Ehrlich, D 13989
  J1     1:30p- 4:15p T     CIS 504 Gill, C            13924        L18 4:15p- 6:55p M          EC 136                     14762
                                                                        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
326     LANG BHV INR CTY COMMUNITIES                      3.0                                                                                 Program,Graduate SAL
  J1     1:30p- 4:15p F     CIS 504 Gill, C            13925              Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                        Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
                                                                        Comments: Auth CLS 4009 - Meets @ELC                                Comments: Authorization CLS 4009



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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                    College of Education
Course No.       Title                                     Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.              CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.     Instr.           CRN

  4     TBA              Practicum                         13991     422 BIOMECHANICS                                          3.0     276 TEAM SPORTS                                             3.0
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 7:05p- 9:45p T           PE 2140 Ardies, M         13494        1 12:15p- 1:30p TR       PE 1210 Bloch, J              13660
          Program,Graduate SAL                                            Prerequisites: EXSC 402 AND EXSC 403,                        332 YOGA PHILOSOPHY & PRACTICE                              3.0
        Departmental Approval Required                                    Major Restriction: Grad-Exer Sci/Card Rehab,Grad-Exercise      1 1:00p- 1:50p W         PE 2140 Ambardar, A           13661
        Comments: Authorization CLS 4009                                    Science                                                         2:00p- 3:50p W        PE 1158D Ambardar, A
435    PRC INSTR LDRSHP/SCHL MNGT II                          3.0         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
                                                                                                                                       341 FNDTNS PHYS ED FOR ELEM SCHLS                           3.0
  1     TBA              Practicum           Beckwith, J 13993       430 INTERNSHIP                                            3.0       2 08:00a-09:15a TR       PE 1215                       13663
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 TBA               Internship          Cutton, D    13496           Departmental Approval Required
          Program,Graduate SAL                                            Major Restriction: Grad-Exer Sci/Card Rehab,Grad-Exercise         Comments: Department Auth Reqd
        Departmental Approval Required                                      Science
        Comments: Authorization CLS 4009                                  Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                  344 FNDTNS P.E. SEC & MID SCHLS                             3.0
  2     TBA              Practicum           Bush, L       13995          Departmental Approval Required                                 1 09:25a-10:40a TR       PE 2140 Quinn, W              13664
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Comments: Department Auth Reqd                                    Departmental Approval Required
          Program,Graduate SAL                                                                                                              Comments: Department Auth Reqd
        Departmental Approval Required                                          — Health Education (HLED) —                              2 09:25a-10:40a TR       PE 2102 Bloch, J              13667
        Comments: Authorization CLS 4009                                                                                                    Departmental Approval Required
  3     TBA              Practicum                         13998     101 CARDIOPULM RESUS & FIRST AID                          1.0          Comments: Department Auth Reqd
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 3:00p- 3:50p TR         PE 2102 Jones, L           13526        3 09:25a-10:40a TR       PE 1120                       13669
          Program,Graduate SAL                                       103 COMMUNITY HEALTH                                      3.0          Departmental Approval Required
        Departmental Approval Required                                 1 12:00p-12:50p MWF PE 2140                          13528           Comments: Department Auth Reqd
        Comments: Authorization CLS 4009                               2 12:15p- 1:30p TR        PE 2140 Heggum, R          13531      350 JUDO & SELF DEFENSE: ADVANCED                           1.0
436    ADMIN OF SCHOOL PERSONNEL                              3.0    107 HEALTH FOR EFFECTIVE LIVING                           2.0       1 8:30p- 9:45p M         PE 1215 Keating, P            13670
  1     4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 2031 Bultinck, H 13999            1 10:50a-11:40a TR        PE 2140                    13533           Prerequisites: PEMA 250,
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          2 1:00p- 1:50p MW PE 2105 Heggum, R                  13537      381 wATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR                                 2.0
          Program,Graduate SAL                                         3 10:50a-11:40a TR        PE 2102 Jones, L           13539        1 2:00p- 3:50p M         PE 1148 Mountz, D             13671
  X2    4:15p- 6:55p T           ZUCG TBA Beckwith, J 14571            4 12:15p- 1:30p TR        PE 2102 Jones, L           13543           1:00p- 1:50p M        PE 2102 Mountz, D
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          5 2:00p- 2:50p MW PE 2105                            13544
          Program,Graduate SAL                                         J1 08:00a-09:50a S        CIS 403A Jones, L          13547             — phys. Ed. Major Theory (pEMT) —
493    THE LAw OF HIGHER EDUCATION                            3.0      L19 08:30a-10:20a S       EC 134                     14526
                                                                           Comments: At El Centro 3119 N. Pulaski                      109 NS FYE:CHICAGO BODY wORkS                                3.0
  1     7:05p- 9:45p T           SCI 111                   14001                                                                         1 11:00a-11:50a MWF PE 2140 Thall, M                   13673
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          L18 4:15p- 5:30p TR       EC 134                     14753
                                                                           Comments: At El Centro - 3119 N. Pulaski                          Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
          Program,Graduate SAL                                                                                                                 seating
495    PRACTICUM IN HIGHER EDUCATION                          3.0    212 CONSUMER HEALTH                                       3.0           Departmental Approval Required
  1     TBA              Practicum Ehrlich, D              14012       1 2:50p- 4:05p TR         PE 2140                    13553            Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters        303 SEX EDUCATION                                         3.0       2 2:00p- 2:50p MWF PE 2140 Thall, M                    13675
          Program,Graduate SAL                                         1 4:15p- 5:30p TR         PE 2102                    13556            Class Restriction: Freshman, 0-29 hrs,Freshman, reserved
        Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                         seating
        Comments: Auth: CLS 4009                                     304 ORG & ADMIN OF SCHL HLTH PROG                         3.0
                                                                       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR        PE 2105 Leafman, J         13559            Departmental Approval Required
496B   SEMHGHRED:PRBLMTC PIPLNE PERSP                         3.0                                                                            Comments: Permit D130 Yr 1 Students Only
                                                           14014     305 HEALTH EDUC/SECONDARY SCHOOL                          2.0
  1     7:05p- 9:45p T           SCI 219
                                                                       1 09:25a-10:40a TR        FA 108 Leafman, J          13561      201 PRIN & MTDS IN PHYS EDUCATION                            3.0
        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters                                                                            1 10:50a-12:05p TR           PE 1215                   13678
          Program,Graduate SAL                                       308 PRIN OF INDIV HEALTH PRACTICE                         3.0
                                                                       1 3:00p- 4:15p MW PE 2140 Heggum, R                  13563      202 TESTS & MEASUREMENTS IN P.E.                             3.0
        Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                   1 10:00a-11:50a MWF PE 2105 Uhlir, S                   13679
        Comments: Authorization CLS 4009 ENLACE                      309 NUTRITION AND HEALTH                                  3.0
                                                                       1 4:25p- 5:40p MW PE 2140 Ardies, M                  13565      2037 FLD EXP:SCHOOL HEALTH EDUC                              3.0
       — Educational Foundations (EDFn) —                                                                                                1 TBA                Field Experience                  13681
                                                                     312 CURRENT HEALTH CONCEPTS                               3.0
302 PHIL AND HIST FND EARLY CHILD                            3.0       1 5:40p- 6:55p MW PE 2105                            13568      203Y FLD EXP:LIFELONG SPORTS/ACTIVT                          3.0
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M      SCI 124 Adeodu, R                 13819                                                                          1 08:00a-09:15a TR           PE 1210 Uhlir, S          13683
                                                                     345 DRUG EDUCATION                                        3.0
  2 4:15p- 6:55p W      SCI 211                           13820
                                                                       1 5:40p- 6:55p TR         PE 2102                    13573      206 SPORT AND PHYS ED IN CONTMP SO                           3.0
303 EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT                              3.0                                                                         1 2:50p- 4:05p TR            PE 2105 Cutton, D         13684
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W      SCI 124 Mushi, S                  13821            — phys. Ed. Major Activity (pEMA) —                         293 SCIENTIFIC FDNS MOTOR LEARNING                           3.0
  2 4:15p- 6:55p M      SCI 317                           13822                                                                          1 3:00p- 4:15p MW PE 2105 Cutton, D                    13686
                                                                     151   FUNDAMENTALS OF RHYTHMS                             3.0
                                                                       1    12:00p-12:50p MWF PE 1215 Nowarita, S           13634      302 kINESIOLOGY                                              3.0
            — Exercise Science (ExSC) —                                                                                                  1 08:00a-09:50a MWF PE 2102 Thall, M                   13688
401 EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY I                                 3.0        152   JUDO AND SELF-DEFENSE                               1.0           Prerequisites: PEMT 305,
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M           PE 2102 Ardies, M         13482           1    5:40p- 6:55p M        PE 1215 Keating, P        13635
                                                                       2    5:40p- 6:55p R        PE 1215 Oliveri, F        13643      303 ADAPTED PHYS ED & RECREATION                             3.0
     Major Restriction: Grad-Exer Sci/Card Rehab,Grad-Exercise                                                                           1 08:00a-09:15a TR           PE 2105 Jones, L          13690
       Science                                                       161   BADMINTON                                           1.0
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       1    09:25a-10:40a TR      PE 1210 Uhlir, S          13645      305 FUNCTIONAL HUMAN ANATOMY                                 4.0
                                                                                                                                         1 10:00a-11:50a MWF PE 2102 Erickson, J 13703
403 RESEARCH METH./STAT. ANALYSIS                         3.0        162   BOwLING                                             1.0       2 2:00p- 3:50p MWF PE 2102 Erickson, J 13705
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W           PE 2102                   13486           1    4:15p- 6:30p R        PE 2105 Merrill, D        14614
     Major Restriction: Grad-Exer Sci/Card Rehab,Grad-Exercise                                                                         311 COACHING & TEAM MGMT-HIGHSCHL                            3.0
                                                                     172   BASkETBALL                                          1.0       1 10:50a-12:05p TR           PE 1210 Quinn, W          13706
       Science                                                         1    08:00a-08:50a MW PE 1210 Merrill, D             13648
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                             Departmental Approval Required
                                                                     200   LIFEGUARD TRAINING                                  2.0           Comments: Department Auth Reqd
404 EXERC. TESTING/PRESCRIPTION                           3.0          1    10:50a-12:05p TR      PE 2105 Krone, M          13649        2 10:50a-12:05p TR           PE 1210 Bloch, J          13708
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R           PE 2140                   13488                                                                                 Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: EXSC 402 AND EXSC 403,                           203   wEIGHT TRAINING                                     2.0           Comments: Department Auth Reqd
     Major Restriction: Grad-Exer Sci/Card Rehab,Grad-Exercise         1    10:50a-12:05p TR      PE 2136 Leafman, J        13651        3 10:50a-12:05p TR           PE 1210                   13711
       Science                                                         2    09:00a-09:50a MWF PE 2136                       13653            Departmental Approval Required
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       3    10:00a-10:50a MWF PE 2136                       13655            Comments: Department Auth Reqd
411 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH & wELLNESS                          3.0        250   JUDO & SELF DEFENSE:INTERMED                        1.0     341 orgAnIZ & MAnAg p.E. CLASSES                             3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M           PE 2140 Blair, P          13493           1    7:05p- 8:20p M        PE 1215 Keating, P        13657        1 08:00a-09:15a TR           PE 2140 Quinn, W          13714
     Prerequisites: EXSC 402,                                               Prerequisites: PEMA 152,                                         Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: Grad-Exer Sci/Card Rehab,Grad-Exercise         2    7:05p- 8:20p R        PE 1215 Oliveri, F        13658            Comments: Department Auth Reqd
       Science                                                              Prerequisites: PEMA 152,
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program

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College of Education                                                                                                                          Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.       Title                                     Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.    Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN

  2   08:00a-09:15a TR          PE 2102 Bloch, J           13716     405 RESEARCH SEMINAR IN READING                             3.0     380 ASSESSMNT OF DIV POP IN SP ED                            4.0
      Departmental Approval Required                                   1 4:15p- 6:55p F                         Bohr, L       14262        1 3:00p- 5:30p TR          FA 255 Messerer, J 14348
      Comments: Department Auth Reqd                                       Prerequisites: READ 401 AND READ 416 AND READ 417                  Prerequisites: SPED 372 AND SPED 375,
  3 08:00a-09:15a TR            PE 1120                    13719             AND READ 412 AND READ 425 AND READ 407 AND READ                  Major Restriction: Spec Ed-Learning Disabilities,Spec Ed-
      Departmental Approval Required                                       Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                                     Mental Retardation,Spec Ed-Behavior Disord
      Comments: Department Auth Reqd                                       Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                   381 STUDENT TEACHING SPED                                   12.0
342A PSM HPER:AGING,DEATH,DYING                                3.0         Departmental Approval Required                                  1 2:00p- 3:50p M           CLS 4006 Meyer, M           14350
  1 4:25p- 5:40p MW PE 2102 Heggum, R 13722                                Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2062                                       Major Restriction: Spec Ed-Learning Disabilities,Spec Ed-
342T COOP LEARNING IN ADVENTURE ED                             3.0   407 CS ST DIAG RM RD DIS                                    3.0            Mental Retardation,Spec Ed-Behavior Disord
  1 08:00a-10:50a F             PE 1215 Kelty, M           13723       1 4:15p- 6:55p R                         Pariza, J     14264        2 2:00p- 3:50p M           CLS 4006 Ugolini, M 14352
      Class Restriction: Junior, 60-89 hrs,Senior, 90 or more hrs          Prerequisites: READ 412 AND READ 417 AND READ 416                  Major Restriction: Spec Ed-Learning Disabilities,Spec Ed-
      Departmental Approval Required                                         AND READ 425,                                                      Mental Retardation,Spec Ed-Behavior Disord
      Comments: CASEP - See Printed Dept Notes                             Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                                    Departmental Approval Required
                                                                           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                        Comments: Consent of Department
372 ADVENTURE EDUC CURR DESIGN                                 3.0
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR            PE 1215 Quinn, W           13724     408C TOPC SEM:ISS IN COMPREHENSION                          3.0     404 SURVEY FLD SPECIAL EDUCATION                             3.0
                                                                       1 4:15p- 6:55p T             CLS 2102 Vazzano, J 14266              1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3081 Yasutake, D 14356
                                                                           Prerequisites: READ 416 OR RDG 416 AND READ 417 OR                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
      — phys. Ed. Major rec. Mngt. (rECr) —                                  RDG 417,                                                           Program,Graduate SAL
201 PRIN & PRCT RECRATN & LEISURE                            3.0           Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                               451 CREATIVITY                                               3.0
  1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF PE 1215 Claudio, E                   13726            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters           1 4:15p- 6:55p W           FA 216 Choice, P            14371
                                                                             Program,Graduate SAL                                             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
202 CAMPING & OUTDOOR RECREATION                             3.0
  1 09:25a-10:40a TR   PE 1215                            13728      412 MEAS & EVAL OF READ                                     3.0            Program,Graduate SAL
                                                                       1 4:15p- 6:55p R             CLS 2102 Ambardar, A 14268           470 ADMIN & SUPERVSN SPECL EDUCTN                            3.0
                                                                           Prerequisites: READ 416 OR RDG 416 AND READ 417 OR
                  — reading (rEAD) —                                         RDG 417,
                                                                                                                                           1 10:50a- 1:30p S          FA 216 Birnbaum, B 14834
                                                                                                                                              Prerequisites: LEAD 421 AND SPED 410,
301 TCH READ JR-SR H S                                       3.0           Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R            FA 153 Mihlon, J           14245             Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Program,Graduate SAL
     Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-Physical     414 READING & wRITING PROCESSES                             3.0          Departmental Approval Required
      Education,Special Education,Sec Ed Cert                          1 4:15p- 6:55p F             FA 216 Nauman, A 14270                    Comments: Consent of Department
     College Restriction: College of Education                             Prerequisites: READ 416 OR RDG 416,
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                      482 ASSMT/INTVN INF/TOD SPCL NEEDS                           3.0
                                                                           Major Restriction: Grad-Reading,Teaching El Ed:Lang             1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3071 Le Dosquet, P 14374
     Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 3034                                            Arts,Instruction ElEd:LangArt
  2 4:15p- 6:55p W                   Pariza, J           14247                                                                                Prerequisites: SPED 404,
                                                                           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                        Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-Physical
      Education,Special Education,Sec Ed Cert                        415 READING & wRTG/CONTENT AREA                             3.0            Program,Graduate SAL
     College Restriction: College of Education                         1 7:05p- 9:45p R             CLS 2102 Bohr, L          14271      483 wRkG w PARENT YNG w SPCL NEED                            3.0
     Departmental Approval Required                                        Prerequisites: READ 417 OR RDG 417,                             1 7:05p- 9:45p F           CLS 3096 Melton, M 14376
     Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 3034                                          Major Restriction: Grad-Reading,Teaching Sec Ed:LA-                Prerequisites: SPED 404,
  3 10:50a-12:05p TR          FA 203 Kaiser, E           14249               Engl,Instruction SecEd:LA Eng                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,Sec Ed-Physical           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Program,Graduate SAL
      Education,Special Education,Sec Ed Cert                        416 PRIMARY READING INSTRUCTION                             3.0
     College Restriction: College of Education                                                                                           500 RESEARCH I:SPECIAL EDUCATION                             3.0
                                                                       1 7:05p- 9:45p R                         Nauman, A 14273            1 4:15p- 6:55p R                        Birnbaum, B 14378
     Departmental Approval Required                                        Major Restriction: Grad-Reading,Teaching El Ed:Lang
     Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 3034                                                                                                             Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
                                                                             Arts,Instruction ElEd:LangArt                                    Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
311 FDMNTLS RDG INSTCTN                                      3.0           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                        Departmental Approval Required
  1 4:15p- 6:55p T            CLS 3109 Sears, C          14251       417 RDG INSTR/INTERMED & UPPER GR                           3.0          Comments: Consent of Department
401 DEVEL READNG THEORY                                      3.0       1 4:15p- 6:55p T                         Pariza, J     14275        2 08:00a-10:40a S          FA 216 Birnbaum, B 14380
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M            CLS 3005 Meehan, J 14254                     Major Restriction: Grad-Reading,Teaching Sec Ed:LA-                Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
     Prerequisites: READ 412 OR RDG 412 AND READ 416 OR                      Engl,Instruction SecEd:LA Eng                                    Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
       RDG 416 AND READ 417 OR RDG 417 AND READ 425 OR                     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                        Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                                 425 LIT-BASED READING PROGRAMS                              3.0          Comments: Consent of Department
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       1 4:15p- 6:55p W                         Nauman, A 14276            3 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3109                    14383
                                                                           Prerequisites: READ 416 OR RDG 416 AND READ 417 OR                 Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
402 ISSUES IN READING INSTRUCTION                            3.0                                                                              Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W                           Ambardar, A 14256               RDG 417,
                                                                           Major Restriction: Grad-Reading,Teaching El Ed:Lang                Departmental Approval Required
     Prerequisites: READ 311 OR RDG 311,                                                                                                      Comments: Consent of Department
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult                               Arts,Teaching Sec Ed:LA-Engl,Instruction ElEd:L
       Educ,Instruction:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El Ed:Lang A           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                   501 CHARACTERISTICS OF DISABILITIE                           3.0
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                           1 4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 2054 Korbakes, D 14385
                                                                                                                                              Prerequisites: SPED 500,
403 CURR & SUPERVISION READING                               3.0                — Special Education (SpED) —                                  Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3071 Bohr, L           14258       373 TEACH SPECIAL NEEDS I                                    3.0         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Prerequisites: READ 416 AND READ 417 AND READ 412                 1 10:50a-12:05p TR                     Beyda, S        14341        2 TBA               Online              Birnbaum, B 14387
       AND READ 425 AND READ 401 AND READ 407 AND READ                    Prerequisites: SPED 371,                                            Prerequisites: SPED 500,
     Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                                      Major Restriction: Spec Ed-Learning Disabilities,Spec Ed-           Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                            Mental Retardation,Spec Ed-Behavior Disord                        Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                           Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Auth Reqd CLS 2062                                    374 FIELD EXPERIENCE I                                       3.0
                                                                       1 09:25a-10:40a TR         FA 216 Messerer, J 14343                    Comments: Consent of Department
404 CLIN PRACTUM READING                                     3.0          Prerequisites: SPED 371,                                         3 4:15p- 6:55p R                                       14390
  1 4:15p- 9:00p MW CLS 2102 Vazzano, J 14260                             Major Restriction: Spec Ed-Learning Disabilities,Spec Ed-           Prerequisites: SPED 500,
     Prerequisites: READ 407 AND READ 416 AND READ 417                      Mental Retardation,Spec Ed-Behavior Disord                        Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education
       AND READ 412 AND READ 425 AND READ 401 AND READ                    Departmental Approval Required                                      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
     Major Restriction: Grad-Reading                                      Comments: Consent of Department                                     Departmental Approval Required
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                              Comments: Consent of Department
     Departmental Approval Required                                  375 DEV&CHAR&CHLD&YTH:LOw INCD DIS                           3.0
     Comments: Auth Req CLS 2103 J Vazzano                             1 12:15p- 1:30p TR                     Melton, M 14345
                                                                          Prerequisites: SPED 373,
                                                                          Major Restriction: Spec Ed-Learning Disabilities,Spec Ed-
                                                                            Mental Retardation,Spec Ed-Behavior Disord




60                                                                                                                                            Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                College of Education
Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

502 LANGUAGE AND COGNITION                                 3.0    507 INTERNSHIP I                                           1.0      3  4:15p- 6:55p W          CLS 3096                   14431
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W           FA 218 Le Dosquet, P 14391             1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 1002                   14409          Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509,
     Prerequisites: SPED 500,                                          Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506,                Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                         Program,Graduate SAL                                            Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Consent of Department
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Comments: Consent of Department                              512 INTERNSHIP II                                          2.0
  2 7:05p- 9:45p M           CLS 3106 Le Dosquet, P 14393           2 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 1002                   14410       3 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 1002                   14413
     Prerequisites: SPED 500,                                          Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506,                Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509 AND SPED 510,
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                         Program,Graduate SAL                                              Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Comments: Consent of Department                                   Comments: Consent of Department
503 FOUNDATIONS OF SPECIAL EDUCATN                         3.0      3 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 1002                   14412       2 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 1002                   14415
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3106 Yasutake, D 14394                Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506,                Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509 AND SPED 510,
     Prerequisites: SPED 500,                                          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                           Program,Graduate SAL                                              Program,Graduate SAL
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Consent of Department                                   Comments: Consent of Department
     Comments: Consent of Department                              508 METHODS I:SPECIAL EDUCATION                            3.0      1 4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 1002                   14417
  2 7:05p- 9:45p W           CLS 3106 Yasutake, D 14395             1 4:15p- 6:55p R                                      14418          Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509 AND SPED 510,
     Prerequisites: SPED 500,                                          Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                           AND SPED 507,                                                     Program,Graduate SAL
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Program,Graduate SAL                                            Comments: Consent of Department
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Departmental Approval Required                               513 ASSESSMENT II                                          3.0
504 ASSESSMENT I:SPECIAL EDUCATION                         3.0         Comments: Consent of Department                                1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 4001 Moreno, G 14433
  1 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3056 Kritikos, E 14397             2 4:15p- 6:55p F           FA 255 Norwell, S 14420                   Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509 AND SPED 510
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502                 Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506                   AND SPED 511,
       AND SPED 503,                                                     AND SPED 507,                                                   Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                         Program,Graduate SAL                                            Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Consent of Department
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Comments: Consent of Department
                                                                                                                                    514 INTERNSHIP III                                         3.0
  2 4:15p- 6:55p W           CLS 3056 Kritikos, E 14398           509 MTDS II:SPECIAL EDUCATION                              3.0      1 2:00p- 3:50p M           CLS 4006 Meyer, M          14358
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502              1 4:15p- 6:55p R                                      14421          Prerequisites: SPED 513 AND SPED 508 AND SPED 509
       AND SPED 503,                                                   Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 504 AND SPED 505                   AND SPED 510 AND SPED 511,
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                           AND SPED 506 AND SPED 507,                                      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Program,Graduate SAL                                            Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Consent of Department
  3 7:05p- 9:45p M           FA 216                     14400          Comments: Consent of Department                                2 2:00p- 3:50p M           CLS 4006 Ugolini, M 14362
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502              2 7:05p- 9:45p R           CLS 2071                   14423          Prerequisites: SPED 513 AND SPED 508 AND SPED 509
       AND SPED 503,                                                   Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 504 AND SPED 505                   AND SPED 510 AND SPED 511,
     Major Restriction: Grad-Special Education                           AND SPED 506 AND SPED 507,                                      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                       Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Program,Graduate SAL                                            Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Consent of Department
505 CONSULTATION & COLLABORATION                           3.0         Comments: Consent of Department                                3 2:00p- 3:50p M           CLS 4006 Korbakes, D 14364
  1 4:15p- 6:55p F           FA 247 Melton, M 14402               510 METHODS III:SPECIAL EDUCATION                          3.0         Prerequisites: SPED 513 AND SPED 508 AND SPED 509
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502              1 4:15p- 6:55p T           SCI 235                    14424            AND SPED 510 AND SPED 511,
       AND SPED 503,                                                   Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               AND SPED 507,                                                     Program,Graduate SAL
       Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Program,Graduate SAL                                            Comments: Consent of Department
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Departmental Approval Required                                 4 4:15p- 6:55p MW CLS 4001 Moreno, G 14437
  2 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 3046                   14403          Comments: Consent of Department                                   Prerequisites: SPED 513 AND SPED 508 AND SPED 509
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502              2 08:00a-10:40a S          FA 218                     14426            AND SPED 510 AND SPED 511,
       AND SPED 503,                                                   Prerequisites: SPED 504 AND SPED 505 AND SPED 506                 Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               AND SPED 507,                                                     Program,Graduate SAL
       Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Departmental Approval Required
     Departmental Approval Required                                      Program,Graduate SAL                                            Comments: Consent of Department
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Departmental Approval Required
                                                                       Comments: Consent of Department                                          — gifted Education (gIFT) —
506 ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                    3.0
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R           CLS 2054 Norwell, S 14405            511 METHODS IV:SPECIAL EDUCATION                           3.0    450 PSYC INDIVL GIFTED & TALENTED                          3.0
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502              1 4:15p- 6:55p R                        Fisher, M     14427       1 4:15p- 6:55p T           CLS 3096 Binder, R         14369
       AND SPED 503,                                                   Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509,                             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL
       Program,Graduate SAL                                              Program,Graduate SAL                                         X1 4:15p- 6:55p W          ZUCG TBA Kane, M           14419
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Departmental Approval Required                                    Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
     Comments: Consent of Department                                   Comments: Consent of Department                                     Program,Graduate SAL
  2 7:05p- 9:45p R           CLS 2054 Norwell, S 14407              2 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 2056                   14429     452 EDUC INDIVL GIFTED & TALENTED                          3.0
     Prerequisites: SPED 500 AND SPED 501 AND SPED 502                 Prerequisites: SPED 508 AND SPED 509,                          1 7:05p- 9:45p T           CLS 3096 Binder, R         14010
       AND SPED 503,                                                   Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Prerequisites: GIFT 450,
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Program,Graduate SAL                                            Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
       Program,Graduate SAL                                            Departmental Approval Required                                      Program,Graduate SAL
     Departmental Approval Required                                    Comments: Consent of Department                                X1 7:05p- 9:45p W          ZUCG TBA Kane, M           14011
     Comments: Consent of Department                                                                                                     Prerequisites: GIFT 450,
                                                                                                                                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
                                                                                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL
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College of Education                                                                                                                       Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University
Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                    Credits   Course No.      Title                                   Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.            CRN

456 PAREN/ADVOC GIFTED & TALENTED                          3.0     441 MATRL, MTHD & TECHN TCHG LEP                            3.0    338 DEVMNTL ASSMNT YOUNG CHLDRN                            3.0
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R                        Kane, M       14013        1 10:50a- 1:30p S           CLS 3096 Villegas, J       13701       1 4:15p- 6:55p R            CLS 3046                  13814
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               Prerequisites: BLBC 438,                                          Prerequisites: EDFN 303 OR PSYC 212, AND AEDU Y
       Program,Graduate SAL                                              Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd
462 UNDERSERVED GIFTED STUDENTS                            3.0             Program,Graduate SAL                                       352 MTDS TCH LA, MUS & ART/ECED                            3.0
  X1 7:05p- 9:45p W          ZUCG TBA Gallagher, R 14015             442 Assessment Tools        3.0                                    1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3056                  14825
     Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters           1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 3096                   13702          Prerequisites: ART 170A AND MUS 102 AND ECED 301 AND
       Program,Graduate SAL                                              Prerequisites: BLBC 438 AND BLBC 441,                              ART 180 AND CMTC 202 OR COMM 202, AND AEDU Y
                                                                         Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters             Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd
                                                                           Program,Graduate SAL
                — Teacher Education —                                                                                                 355 MTDS TCH MATH, SCI & SS/ECED                           3.0
                                                                        — Early Childhood Education (ECED) —                            1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3005                  13815
     — Bilingual/Bicultural Education (BLBC) —                                                                                             Prerequisites: ECED 301 AND ECED 352, AND AEDU Y
301 CURRICULUM OF THE ELEM SCHOOL                           3.0    301 CURR & INSTR IN EARLY CHLD ED                           3.0         Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M CLS 3096 Korkatsch-Groszko 13689                  1 4:15p- 6:55p T             CLS 3020 Adeodu, R 13776
                                                                         Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                      402 APPLICATION OF LRNG THEORIES                           3.0
      Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                                                                                               1 7:05p- 9:45p T            CLS 3071 Mushi, S         13816
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-              Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd
                                                                                                                                           Prerequisites: ECED 318 OR CIEC 318 AND EDFN 307 OR
       Bicultural Ed                                               306 MTDS TCHG RDG IN EARLY CHLD                             3.0           EDFN 401,
302 MTHDS TCHG LANG ARTS-ELEM SCL                           3.0      1 7:05p- 9:45p R             CLS 4006 Otto, B          13779          Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M             CLS 3081 Yturriago, J 13691               Prerequisites: ECED 301 AND ECED 352, AND AEDU Y                    Program,Graduate SAL
      Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                            Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd
                                                                                                                                      408 LANG ACQUISITION & INTERVENTN                          3.0
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-        313 LANGUAGE DEVELOP & ACQUIS                               3.0      1 4:15p- 6:55p T            CLS 3044 Mushi, S         13817
       Bicultural Ed                                                 1 4:15p- 6:55p R             CLS 3081                  13781          Prerequisites: ECED 313 OR CIEC 313 AND PSYC 215,
306A MTD TCG READ-ELEM wTH CLN EXP                          3.0          Prerequisites: PSYC 212 AND EDFN 303, AND AEDU Y                  Major Restriction: TCP:Early Chldhd,Grad-Early Chldhd Sp
  1 7:05p- 9:45p M             CLS 3046                  13692           Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd            Ed
      Prerequisites: BLBC 301 AND BLBC 302, AND AEDU Y             328I CLIN EXP EARLY CHIL/INF & TOD                          1.0         Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-          1 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 3056                  13783     410 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT                                 3.0
       Bicultural Ed                                                     Prerequisites: EDFN 302 AND EDFN 303, AND AEDU Y               1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3046 Landerholm, E 13818
328 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE ELEM EDUC                           1.0          Departmental Approval Required                                    Major Restriction: TCP:Early Chldhd,Grad-Early Chldhd Sp
  1 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 3096                  13693           Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Ed
      Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                        2 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 3056                  13787          Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-              Prerequisites: EDFN 302 AND EDFN 303, AND AEDU Y
       Bicultural Ed                                                     Departmental Approval Required                                       — Elementary Education (ELED) —
      Departmental Approval Required                                     Comments: Consent of Dept
                                                                                                                                      301 CURRICULUM OF THE ELEM SCHOOL                          3.0
      Comments: Consent of Department                              328M CLIN EXP ERLY CHLD/MULTICULTRL                         1.0      1 09:25a-10:40a TR         SCI 235 Chakonas, E 13823
  2 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 3096                  13694       1 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 4006                  13789          Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y
      Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                            Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                           Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-              Departmental Approval Required                                 2 4:15p- 6:55p R           CLS 3056 Perino, F         13824
       Bicultural Ed                                                     Comments: Consent of Dept                                         Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y
      Departmental Approval Required                                 2 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 4006                  13792          Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Comments: Consent of Department                                    Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                        3 1:00p- 3:50p F           FA 255                     13825
329 STUDENT TCHG IN ELEM EDUC k-9                           9.0          Departmental Approval Required                                    Prerequisites: EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y
  1 4:15p- 5:30p M             CLS 3020                  13695           Comments: Consent of Dept                                         Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Prerequisites: AND BLBC 328, ICAT P AND AEDU Y               328S PRCTM IN EARLY CHLDHD w/SPEC E                         1.0    302 MTHDS TCHG LANG ARTS-ELEM SCL                          3.0
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-          1 3:00p- 3:50p W             Practicum                 13794       1 10:50a-12:05p TR                                    13826
       Bicultural Ed                                                     Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                           Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
      Departmental Approval Required                                     Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ                           Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Comments: Consent of Department                                    Departmental Approval Required                                 2 7:05p- 9:45p R           FA 152                     13827
  2 4:15p- 5:30p T             CLS 2005                  13696           Comments: Consent of Dept                                         Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
      Prerequisites: AND BLBC 328, ICAT P AND AEDU Y                 2 3:00p- 3:50p W             Practicum                 13798          Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-              Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                        3 4:15p- 6:55p F                                      13828
       Bicultural Ed                                                     Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ                           Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
      Departmental Approval Required                                     Departmental Approval Required                                    Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Comments: Consent of Department                                    Comments: Consent of Dept                                      4 4:15p- 6:55p R           FA 152                     13829
340 MTDS TCHG LANG & CULT DIVERSE                           3.0    328T CLIN EXPER PRESCHL/TECHNOLOGY                          1.0         Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
  1 4:15p- 6:55p F             CLS 4006 Villegas, J      13697       1 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 3044                  13799          Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
      Prerequisites: BLBC 338 OR CIBB 338,                               Prerequisites: EDFN 302 AND EDFN 303 AND ECED 301,             5 08:00a-10:40a S          FA 255                     14829
      Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-               AND AEDU Y                                                       Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
       Bicultural Ed                                                     Departmental Approval Required                                    Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
342 ASSESSMENT IN BILINGUAL CLSRM                           3.0          Comments: Consent of Dept                                    304 MTDS TCHG SOCL STDS-ELEM SCHL                          3.0
  1 4:15p- 6:55p M             FA 216                    13698       2 3:00p- 3:50p W             CLS 3044                  13801       1 12:15p- 1:30p TR         FA 203 Karr, J             13830
      Prerequisites: BLBC 341 AND BLBC 338, AND AEDU Y                   Prerequisites: EDFN 302 AND EDFN 303 AND ECED 301,                Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
                                                                          AND AEDU Y                                                       Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
438 FOUNDATIONS OF BILINGUAL ED                             3.0          Departmental Approval Required
  1 4:15p- 6:55p F             CLS 3096                  13699                                                                              Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ
                                                                         Comments: Consent of Dept                                      2 7:05p- 9:45p R           FA 256 Lopez, A            13831
      Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult
        Educ,Instruction:Biling/Bicult Educ                        329 STUDENT TCHG EARLY CHILDHOOD                            9.0         Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters          1 4:15p- 5:30p W             CLS 3020                  13803          Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
        Program,Graduate SAL                                             Prerequisites: ECED 328I AND ECED 328M AND ECED 328T               Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ
                                                                          AND ECED 328S, AND ICAT P AND AEDU Y                          3 4:15p- 6:55p M           SCI 240 Lopez, A           13833
440 TCHG IN CUL AND LANG DIV CLSRM                          3.0          Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd          Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y
  1 08:00a-10:40a S            CLS 3096 Villegas, J      13700           Departmental Approval Required                                    Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-
      Prerequisites: BLBC 438,                                           Comments: Consent of Dept                                          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ
      Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult                      2 4:15p- 5:30p R             CLS 2005                  13805
        Educ,Instruction:Biling/Bicult Educ                                                                                           305 MTHDS TCHG SCIENCE-ELEM SCHL                           3.0
                                                                         Prerequisites: ECED 328I AND ECED 328M AND ECED 328T           1 09:25a-10:40a TR         FA 255                     13834
      Class Restriction: 2nd Bachelors,TCP,Graduate Masters               AND ECED 328S, AND ICAT P AND AEDU Y
        Program,Graduate SAL                                                                                                               Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y
                                                                         Major Restriction: Early Childhood Educ,TCP:Early Chldhd          Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
                                                                         Departmental Approval Required                                 2 10:50a-12:05p TR         SCI 360                    13836
                                                                         Comments: Consent of Dept                                         Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y
                                                                                                                                           Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ


62                                                                                                                                         Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                                      College of Education
Course No.       Title                                     Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                     Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.              CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.     Instr.            CRN

  3     08:00a-10:40a S                                    13839       3     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2105                  13879       5     4:15p- 5:30p F           CLS 2109                   13905
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y                     Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
  4     4:15p- 6:55p W          CLS 4006                   13841             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y                     Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ       4     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2105                  13880       6     4:15p- 5:30p M                                      13906
306A   MTD TCG READ-ELEM wTH CLN EXP                          3.0            Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
  1     12:15p- 1:30p TR        FA 152 Chakonas, E 13842                     Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y                     Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
  2     08:00a-09:15a TR        CLS 3044 Karr, J           13846       5     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2056                  13882       7     4:15p- 5:30p T           SCI 351                    13907
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y                     Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
  3     4:15p- 6:55p R          CLS 3020 Karr, J           13848             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y                     Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ       6     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2056                  13883       8     4:15p- 5:30p W           Student Teaching           13908
  4     08:00a-10:40a S                                    13850             Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y                     Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
  5     10:50a- 1:30p S                                    13852             Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Prerequisites: ELED 301 AND ELED 302, AND AEDU Y               7     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2005                  13886       9     4:15p- 5:30p R           SCI 240                    13910
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
                                                                             Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
310    MTDS TCHG MATH-ELEM SCHL                               3.0            Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
  1     1:00p- 3:50p F                                     13853             Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                            8     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2005                  13887       10    4:15p- 5:30p F           CLS 3005                   13912
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-                Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
  2     4:15p- 6:55p F                                     13856             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-          9     3:00p- 3:50p W          FA 247                    13890       11    4:15p- 5:30p M           Student Teaching           13913
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                        Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
  3     1:25p- 2:40p MW FA 256                             13859             Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-                Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                  10    3:00p- 3:50p W          FA 247                    13892       12    4:15p- 5:30p T           SCI 323                    13915
  4     12:00p- 1:15p MW CLS 3056                          13862             Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-                Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                        Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
  5     4:15p- 5:30p TR         CLS 4006                   13864       11    3:00p- 3:50p W          FA 216                    13895       13    4:15p- 5:30p W           Student Teaching           13916
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-                Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                        Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
311    SCHOOL CURRICULUM                                      3.0            Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
  2     4:15p- 6:55p W          SCI 317                    13865       12    3:00p- 3:50p W          FA 216                    13897       14    4:15p- 5:30p R           SCI 351                    13918
        Prerequisites: EDFN 305 AND EDFN 306 AND EDFN 307,                   Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
          AND AEDU Y                                                         Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
  1     10:50a-12:05p TR        CLS 3071 Kaiser, E         14476             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Prerequisites: EDFN 305 AND EDFN 306 AND EDFN 307,                   Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
          AND AEDU Y                                                   13    3:00p- 3:50p W                                    13898       15    4:15p- 5:30p F           FA 152                     13919
                                                                             Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
312    TCHG STRAT ELL & MULTICUL GRPS                         3.0            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
  1     7:05p- 9:45p W          CLS 2071                   13867             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
  10    12:30p- 3:30p F         FA 216                     14863             Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Departmental Approval Required                                 14    3:00p- 3:50p W                                    13900       16    4:15p- 5:30p M           SCI 201                    13922
        Comments: Program Approval X5571                                     Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
315    TCHG INNER CITY ELEM SCHOOL                            3.0            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
  J1    1:30p- 4:15p W          CIS 402 Chase, K           13519             Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: Consent of Dept
        Comments: May be Used for ICSE Minor                         329    STUDENT TCHG IN ELEM EDUC k-9                          9.0     71    4:15p- 6:55p T                        Kelly, N      14862
319    CLSrM orgAnIZATIon & MAnAgMnT                          3.0      1     4:15p- 5:30p M          CLS 3044                  13901             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
  1     7:05p- 9:45p T          FA 152 Perino, F           13869             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y                                  Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Departmental Approval Required
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-                Departmental Approval Required                                      Comments: For Eligibility/Approval X5571
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                        Comments: Consent of Dept                                   414    PRINCIPLES OF CURRICULUM DEVL                           3.0
  2     7:05p- 9:45p W          CLS 2056 Perino, F         13870       2     4:15p- 5:30p T          SCI 240                   13902       1     4:15p- 6:55p T           FA 216 Wolk, S             13929
        Prerequisites: ELED 301, AND AEDU Y                                  Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y                                  Prerequisites: EDFN 406,
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,Bilingual-                Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: TCP:Elem Educ,Teaching:Biling/Bicult
          Bicultural Ed,TCP:Elem Educ                                        Departmental Approval Required                                        Educ,Instruction:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teachin
328    CLINICAL EXPERIENCE ELEM EDUC                          1.0            Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  1     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2094                   13874       3     4:15p- 5:30p W          CLS 3044                  13903     415    INTERLT SCI & MATH w/CLIN                               3.0
        Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                              Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y                            1     4:15p- 6:55p R           CLS 3109                   13931
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ            Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El
        Departmental Approval Required                                       Departmental Approval Required                                        Ed:Lang Arts
        Comments: Consent of Dept                                            Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
  2     3:00p- 3:50p W          CLS 2094                   13877       4     4:15p- 5:30p R          SCI 311                   13904
                                                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y                          417    MLTICULT LIT & DRAMA/ELEM CLS                           3.0
        Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                                                                                            1     4:15p- 6:55p M           CLS 3106 Annarella, L 13933
        Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ             Major Restriction: El Ed-Teacher Education,TCP:Elem Educ
                                                                             Departmental Approval Required                                      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
        Departmental Approval Required
        Comments: Consent of Dept                                            Comments: Consent of Dept
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Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                    Credits   Course No.       Title                                     Credits
Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.             CRN     Sec#    Times            Days   Locat.   Instr.              CRN

418 THEORET IMPLIC INSTR ELEM CLSR                           3.0    303F TCHG MODRN FORGN LNG SEC SCHL                            3.0   304M SEC CLINICAL EXP:MATHEMATICS                             1.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3109 Wolk, S           13935        1 TBA                                                   14658       2 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 3081                    14671
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult                            Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
       Educ,Instruction:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El Ed:Lang A          Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Spanish,TCP:Sec Ed-Spanish           Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Mathematics,TCP:Sec Ed-
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                    303H MTHDS TCHG HISTORY SEC SCHL                              3.0          Math
429 INTERNSHIP IN ELED                                       6.0      1 4:15p- 6:55p T            FA 152                      14287           Departmental Approval Required
  1 4:15p- 5:30p T            CLS 2044                   13965            Prerequisites: SCED 301, AND AEDU Y                                 Comments: Consent of Dept
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El           Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:History,TCP:Sec Ed-History       3 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 3081                    14673
       Ed:Lang Arts                                                                                                                           Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
                                                                    303I TCHG MUS SEC SCHL:INSTRUMENTL                            2.0         Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Mathematics,TCP:Sec Ed-
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      1 3:00p- 3:50p MWF FA 152 StudioGurin, S 14289
     Departmental Approval Required                                                                                                            Math
                                                                          Prerequisites: MUS 391, AND AEDU Y                                  Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Consent of Dept                                            Major Restriction: Music Education (K-12),TCP:Music Educ
  2 4:15p- 5:30p W                                       13966                                                                                Comments: Consent of Dept
                                                                           (K-12)
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El                                                                         305E SEC STU TCHG/SEM:ENGLISH                                 9.0
       Ed:Lang Arts                                                 303J MTDS TCHG MIDDLE/JR HIGH MATH                            3.0     1 4:15p- 5:30p W            Student Teaching            14674
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                      1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 2054 Pryjma, G          14290           Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
     Departmental Approval Required                                       Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,TCP:Sec Ed-
     Comments: Consent of Dept                                            Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Mathematics,TCP:Sec Ed-               Engl
  3 4:15p- 5:30p R            CLS 2044                   13984             Math                                                               Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El     303M MTHDS TCHG MATH SEC SCHL                                 3.0         Comments: Consent of Dept
       Ed:Lang Arts                                                   1 7:05p- 9:45p W            FA 108 Brelias, A           14292       2 4:15p- 5:30p R            CLS 2056                    14675
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Prerequisites: SCED 301, AND AEDU Y                                 Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
     Departmental Approval Required                                       Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Mathematics,TCP:Sec Ed-              Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,TCP:Sec Ed-
     Comments: Consent of Dept                                             Math                                                                Engl
  4 4:15p- 5:30p F            CLS 3056                   13985                                                                                Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El     303R MATLS & MTDS TCHG HS SCIENCE                             4.0         Comments: Consent of Dept
       Ed:Lang Arts                                                   1 4:15p- 6:55p M            SCI 235                     14294
                                                                          Prerequisites: SCED 301, AND AEDU Y                           305H SEC STU TCHG/SEM:HISTORY                                 9.0
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                                                                                          1 4:15p- 5:30p M                                        14678
     Departmental Approval Required                                       Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Biology,TCP:Sec Ed-Biol
                                                                                                                                              Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
     Comments: Consent of Dept                                      303V TCHG MUSIC SEC SCHL:VOCAL                                2.0         Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:History,TCP:Sec Ed-History
  5 4:15p- 5:30p M                                       13986        1 2:00p- 2:50p MWF FA 152 Sharlow, D 14690                              Departmental Approval Required
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El           Prerequisites: MUS 391, AND AEDU Y                                  Comments: Consent of Dept
       Ed:Lang Arts                                                       Major Restriction: Music Education (K-12),TCP:Music Educ        2 4:15p- 5:30p T            CLS 2020                    14680
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                           (K-12)                                                             Prerequisites: , ICAT P AND AEDU Y
     Departmental Approval Required                                 304A SEC CLINICAL EXP:ART                                     1.0         Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:History,TCP:Sec Ed-History
     Comments: Consent of Dept                                        1 3:00p- 3:50p F            CLS 3096                    14660           Departmental Approval Required
430 TRENDS & ISSUES IN ASSESSMENT                            3.0          Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Comments: Consent of Dept
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R            SCI 235                    13987            Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Art,TCP:Sec Ed-Art             305J SEC STU TCHG/SEM:SPANISH                                 9.0
     Major Restriction: Teaching:Biling/Bicult                            Departmental Approval Required                                  1 4:15p- 5:30p W            SCI 224                     14682
       Educ,Instruction:Biling/Bicult Educ,Teaching El Ed:Lang A          Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Prerequisites: , ICAT P
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                    304B SEC CLINICAL EXP:BIOLOGY                                 1.0         Departmental Approval Required
435 LIT/INTERMED & MIDDLE SCHOOL                             3.0      2 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 2044                    14661           Comments: Consent of Dept
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R            CLS 3096                   13988            Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                       305M SEC STU TCHG/SEM:MATHEMATICS                             9.0
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Biology,TCP:Sec Ed-Biol          1 4:15p- 5:30p R            CLS 2020                    14684
                                                                          Departmental Approval Required                                      Prerequisites: SCED 301, AND ICAT P AND AEDU Y
          — Instructional Media (InMD) —                                  Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Mathematics,TCP:Sec Ed-
410 MEDIA TECHNOLOGY/EDUCATORS                              3.0     304E SEC CLINICAL EXP:ENGLISH                                 1.0          Math
  2 5:50p- 9:30p F                                       14018        1 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 2044                    14663           Departmental Approval Required
     09:00a- 1:30p S                                                      Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Comments: Consent of Dept
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,TCP:Sec Ed-         2 4:15p- 5:30p F            FA 256                      14686
  1 4:15p- 6:55p T                                       14020             Engl                                                               Prerequisites: SCED 301, AND ICAT P AND AEDU Y
     Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program                          Departmental Approval Required                                      Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Mathematics,TCP:Sec Ed-
                                                                          Comments: Consent of Dept                                            Math
      — Middle School Education (MLED) —                              2 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 2081                    14665           Departmental Approval Required
                                                                          Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Comments: Consent of Dept
301 CURR & INSTRCTN IN MDL SCHOOL                           3.0           Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,TCP:Sec Ed-
  1 09:00a-12:00p F                        Kelly, N      14855                                                                          305N SEC STU TCHG/SEM:MUSIC                                   9.0
                                                                           Engl                                                           1 TBA                Student Teaching Sharlow, D 14296
     College Restriction: College of Education                            Departmental Approval Required
     Level Restriction: Undergraduate                                                                                                         Prerequisites: SCED 301 OR CISE 301 AND SCED 303I OR
                                                                          Comments: Consent of Dept                                            CISE 303I AND SCED 303V OR CISE 303V, AND ICA
     Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: AuthX5571 Concur w/ELED 302                          304H SEC CLINICAL EXP:HISTORY                                 1.0         Major Restriction: Music Education (K-12),TCP:Music Educ
                                                                      1 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 2081                    14666            (K-12)
                                                                          Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                         2 TBA                Student Teaching Gurin, S          14298
         — Secondary Education (SCED) —                                   Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:History,TCP:Sec Ed-History           Prerequisites: SCED 301 OR CISE 301 AND SCED 303I OR
301 METHODS TCHG SECONDARY LEVEL                            3.0           Departmental Approval Required                                       CISE 303I AND SCED 303V OR CISE 303V, AND ICA
  1 4:15p- 6:55p T            CLS 3046                   14282            Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Major Restriction: Music Education (K-12),TCP:Music Educ
      Prerequisites: EDFN 305 AND EDFN 306, AND AEDU Y                2 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 3046                    14668            (K-12)
      Major Restriction: Sec Ed-Biology,Sec Ed-English                    Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                       315 TCHG wRITING IN JR-SR HIGH                                3.0
       Education,Sec Ed-History,Sec Ed-Mathematics                        Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:History,TCP:Sec Ed-History       1 7:05p- 9:45p M            CLS 2081                    14325
                                                                          Departmental Approval Required                                      Prerequisites: , AEDU Y
303A CONTEMPORARY ART EDUC SEC SCL                          3.0           Comments: Consent of Dept
  1 4:00p- 6:40p F            FA 218                     14284        3 3:00p- 3:50p W            CLS 3046                    14670     401M NEw DIR TCHG MATH JR/SR HIGH                             3.0
      Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                             Prerequisites: , AEDU Y                                         1 4:15p- 7:00p W                          Rak, S        14861
      Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:Art,TCP:Sec Ed-Art                   Major Restriction: Sec Ed Cert:History,TCP:Sec Ed-History           Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program,Graduate SAL
303E METHODS TCHG ENGLISH SEC SCHL                          3.0           Departmental Approval Required                                      Departmental Approval Required
  1 7:05p- 9:45p W            CLS 3081                   14285            Comments: Consent of Dept                                           Comments: BA plus approval Ext. 5571
      Prerequisites: SCED 301, AND AEDU Y
      Major Restriction: Sec Ed-English Education,TCP:Sec Ed-
       Engl




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                                                                     College of Education
Course No.      Title                               Credits   Course No.      Title                            Credits   Course No.      Title                            Credits
Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.        CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.     CRN     Sec#    Times           Days   Locat.   Instr.     CRN

407A MULTICULT LIT MID/SEC w/CLIN                      3.0
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R                                  14327
      Major Restriction: Teaching Sec Ed:LA-Engl
      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
407B MULTICULT LIT MID/SEC w/O CLIN                    3.0
  1 4:15p- 6:55p R                                  14328
      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
429 INTERNSHIP IN SECONDARY EDUC                       6.0
  1 4:15p- 5:30p M            FA 218                14330
      Major Restriction: Teaching Sec Ed:LA-Engl
      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Departmental Approval Required
      Comments: Consent of Dept
  2 4:15p- 5:30p T            CLS 2056              14332
      Major Restriction: Teaching Sec Ed:LA-Engl
      Class Restriction: Graduate Masters Program
      Departmental Approval Required
      Comments: Consent of Dept

            — Honors program (ZArT) —
170D FA HNRS:STDO EXP:METALS & JEwELRY            3.0
  2 10:00a-12:30p TR       FA 112 Weintraub, J 14498
      Special Fees: $20.00
      Comments: For Honors Credit

           — Honors program (HnrS) —
397 HONORS COLLOQUIUM                        3.0
  1 2:50p- 4:05p MW CLS 2054 Schroeder, P 14754
     Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Latin American Cinema

             — Honors program (ZSoC) —
193 SB HONORS INTRO TO SOCIAL SCIENCE                  3.0
  1 12:15p- 1:30p TR       SCI 229 Mihic, S         13106
     Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Consent of Honors Reqd
360 HONORS SMR RSRCH & CRTV PRCS                       3.0
  1 7:05p- 9:45p R         CLS 2108 Buell, M        13130
     Departmental Approval Required
     Comments: Consent of Honors Reqd




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CoLLEgE oF ArTS & SCIEnCES EDuCATIon progrAM (CASEp)                                 CHEMISTRY
The	College	of	Arts	and	Sciences	Education	Program	is	a	learning	                    Please	Note:	The	policy	on	first	class	session	attendance	is	strictly	enforced.
community	for	students	who	are	interested	in	becoming	Pre-K-12	teachers.		           CHEM	211	General	Chemistry	I	–	Concurrent	registration	in	CHEM	260	
After	being	accepted	to	Northeastern	Illinois	University,	you	are	eligible	to	       strongly	recommended.
apply,	through	application,	to	the	College	of	Arts	and	Sciences	Education	
Program	(CASEP).	All	classes	are	linked,	help	to	satisfy	General	Education	          CHEM	212	General	Chemistry	II	–	Concurrent	registration	in	CHEM	261	
requirements,	and	employ	some	form	of	team	teaching	or	collaboration.		As	           strongly	recommended.
a	member	of	(CASEP),	you	will	have	the	opportunity	as	a	first	year	student	          CHEM	231	Organic	Chemistry	I	–	Concurrent	registration	in	CHEM	262	
to	observe	in	elementary	and	high	school	classrooms	and	to	work	alongside	           strongly	recommended.
practicing	teachers.	The	following	are	the	College	of	Arts	and	Sciences	             CHEM	232	Organic	Chemistry	II	–	Concurrent	registration	in	CHEM	263	
Education	Program’s	freshman	and	sophomore	classes:	(All	classes	require	            strongly	recommended.
CASEP	authorization.)                                                                CHEM	311	Physical	Chemistry	I	–	Concurrent	registration	in	CHEM	360	
Freshman Classes:                                                                    strongly	recommended.
Communication	100
Communication	130	(Theatre)                                                          COMPUTER SCIENCE
U.	S.	History	214                                                                    REGISTRATION	FOR	COMPUTER	SCIENCE	COURSES
Writing	101                                                                          Prerequisites	are	enforced.		Students	who	have	completed	or	are	enrolled	
Adventure	Education	(fall)                                                           in	the	prerequisite(s)	for	the	course(s)	here at NEIU	may	register	without	
School	and	Society	(spring)                                                          special	permission.		The	following	groups	of	students	are	among	those	who	
Sophomore Classes:                                                                   will	need	department	permission	to	register:
Communication	101                                                                    -	 Undergraduate	transfer	students	registering	for	NEIU	course(s)	for	which	
Linguistics	120                                                                         the	prerequisites	have	been	taken	elsewhere.
Educational	Foundations	305                                                          -	 Graduate	students	who	have	fulfilled	prerequisites	for	NEIU	courses	(e.g.,	
Educational	Foundations	306                                                             as	part	of	Bachelor’s	degree)	elsewhere.
Chemistry	110
Earth	Science	121                                                                    Transfer	students	who	have	not	had	their	transferred	CS	courses	evaluated	
                                                                                     by	the	CS	program	advisor	must	do	so	prior	to	registering.
Contact:
Jim	Blair:	773-442-5654                                                              To	request	permission	to	register	for	CS	courses,	e-mail	sm-snyder@neiu.edu	
Email:	j-blair1@neiu.edu                                                             or	call	(773)442-4722.
Or                                                                                   If	you	need	further	information	or	wish	to	make	an	appointment	for	
Jamie	Riess                                                                          advisement,	please	call	(773)442-4720	or	(773)442-4722.
J-Reiss@neiu.edu
773-442-5477                                                                         COMMON	FINAL	EXAM	FOR	ALL	SECTIONS	OF	CS	200	WILL	BE	HELD	
                                                                                     SATURDAY,	DECEMBER	12	FROM	8:30-10:30	A.M.		ROOM	TBA
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES                                                         COMMON	FINAL	EXAM	FOR	ALL	SECTIONS	OF	CS	207	WILL	BE	HELD	
                                                                                     SATURDAY,	DECEMBER	12	FROM	11:00	A.M.-1:00	P.M.		ROOM	TBA
ART
Please	Note:			The	policy	on	first	class	session	attendance	is	strictly		enforced.   HYBRID	COURSES	FOR	FALL	2009:		CS	100-2	and	CS	401-1.		Class	time	for	
                                                                                     hybrid	course	will	be	split	between	classroom	meetings	and	online	activities.
BIOLOGY                                                                              EARTH SCIENCE
Please	note:	The	policy	on	first	class	session	attendance	is	strictly	enforced.      Please	Note:			The	policy	on	first	class	session	attendance	is	strictly		enforced.
REGISTRATION FOR BIOLOGY COURSES
Online	registration	for	all	undergraduate	Biology	courses	is	no	longer	              ENGLISH
restricted	to	students	who	have	officially	declared	biology	as	a	major.		            The	English	Placement	Test	is	required	before	enrollment	in	English	101,	
Seats	will	be	available	on	a	first-come,	first-served	basis,	so	it	is	advisable	     Writing	I.		A	grade	of	C	or	better	in	ENGL	101	is	prerequisite	to	advance	to	
for	biology	majors	and	minors	to	register	as	soon	as	possible	during	the	            ENGL	102.
Advance	Registration	periods	as	seats	are	limited.	
                                                                                     The	prerequisite	for	General	Education	courses	ENGL 201, 202, and 203	is	
PREREQUISITES WILL BE ENFORCED                                                       a	grade	of	C	or	better	in	ENGL	101.
The	minimum	prerequisite	for	all	Department	of	Biology	300-level	courses	
is	BIO	201	and	BIO	202	or	equivalent.		Some	courses	may	have	additional	             The	prerequisite	for	all	English	Department	300-level	courses	is	a	grade	of	C	
prerequisites.		In	order	to	register	for	BIO	150/201	(or	any	biology	major	          or	better	in	ENGL 101 and ENGL 102,	plus	6	hours	of	200-level	literature/
or	minor	course)	a	student	must	have	demonstrated	proficiency	in	reading,	           writing	excluding	General	Education	courses,	or	consent	of	instructor.
writing,	and	math.		A	score	of	6	on	the	Reading	Placement	Test,	a	score	of	          The	prerequisite	for	all	English	Department	creative	writing	courses	is	one	
7	on	the	Writing	Placement	Test	(or	ELP-ESL-120	or	ELP	DEV-099)	and	a	               of	the	following:	ENGL 235	(Intro	to	Creative	Writing	I),	ENGL 236	(Intro	to	
score	of	30	on	the	Math	Placement	Test	(or	MATH-DEV-092)	will	satisfy	this	          Creative	Writing	II),	or	consent	of	instructor.
requirement.		Students	should	note	that	BIO	150	is	a	co-requisite	of	BIO	201	
and	is	required	for	ALL	majors/minors	beginning	their	biology	coursework	            The	prerequisite	for	all	English	Department	400-level	courses	is	one	of	the	
as	of	Fall	2007.		                                                                   following:	Graduate	standing,	admission	to	a	degree	program	in	English,	or	
                                                                                     written	consent	of	instructor.
Students	may	register	online	for	biology	classes	for	which	prerequisites	
have	been	met	(completed	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better).		Class	lists	will	be	       ENGL	410	–	Literary	Methods	&	Practice	is	required	in	first	fall	term	for	all	
monitored	and	prerequisites	checked	during	and	after	registration	periods.		         literature	track	students.	
Students	who	are	registered	for	courses	for	which	prerequisites	have	not	
been	met	with	a	grade	of	“C”	or	better	will	not	be	able	to	attend	the	course	
                                                                                     FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
and	are	responsible	for	any	financial	consequences	resulting	from	the	               1. Some foreign language courses may be listed under “Foreign
necessity	to	withdraw.		It	is	the	student’s	responsibility	to	be	aware	of	and	          Languages and Literatures (FL)” rather than under a specific
comply	with	all	Biology	course	prerequisites.                                           language.
Students	are	advised	to	check	the	Biology	Department	bulletin	board	                 2. “LIB-449”	denotes	the	Foreign	Language	Laboratory		located	on	the	4th	
and	display	cases	located	outside	of	the	Department	office	(S-358G)	for	                floor	of	the	Library.
information	and/or	changes	in	course	scheduling.		Students	may	also	consult	         3. Prerequisites for Spanish Literature courses: 	Unless	otherwise	
with	the	Biology	office	staff,	Tina	Pennekamp	or	Jan	Aigner,	as	well	as	the	            noted,	the	prerequisites	for	300-level	Spanish	Literature	courses	are	
Department’s	website	at	http://orion.neiu.edu/~biology.                                 Spanish	317	and	Spanish	329	or	Consent	of	Instructor.




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4. SPAN 331-1 (Hispanic World Cultures)	will	be	taught	as	a	hybrid	               PSYCHOLOGY
   course.		Students	will	do	a	significant	portion	of	the	coursework	online	      PSYC	200	General	Psychology	is	a	self-paced	course	wherein	students	
   and	will	meet	only	periodically	in	a	classroom	setting.                        attend	class	(either	section,	any	day)	as	needed	to	maintain	an	adequate	
5.	 Students	who	have	completed	SPAN-103	are	strongly	encouraged	to	take	         pace	of	progress	through	the	course	requirements,	seeking	assistance	and/
    SPAN-202	before	enrolling	in	SPAN-224.                                        or	demonstrating	mastery	of	the	material.		The first two semester days
                                                                                  of the class (Mon-Tues) are a mandatory course orientation. 	Further	
GEOGRAPHY AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES                                               information	is	available	from	the	Department	of	Psychology	office	(S-313F)	
GES 150-1 Introduction to Environmental Studies. 3 cr.                            or	the	Psychology	Department	webpage.
This	is	an	online	course.	All	instruction	is	online	through	Blackboard	           Courses	that	may	be	used	to	fulfill	the	major	laboratory	requirement	in	
Learning	Management	System.		There	will	be	a	2-hour	orientation	meeting	          the	Fall	2009			semester	are	PSYC	308	Lab:	Tests	and	Measurements,	and	
TBA	via	email.		Contact	E.	Good	at	E-Good@neiu.edu	for	further	information.       PSYC	361	Lab:	Social	Psychology.		Elective	courses	that	may	fulfill	the	major	
Instructor:	E.	Good.                                                              capstone	requirement	are	PSYC	395	History	of	Psychology	and	PSYC	396	
GES 344 Chicago River Issues                                                      Senior	Seminar.
This	is	a	field	experience	course	which	meets	most	class	periods	off	campus	      Note,	Psychology	Minors	only:		A	strongly	recommended	substitute	for	the	
at	various	Chicago	area	locations.		For	more	information	contact	D-Jones1@        202	statistics	requirement	is	PSYC	301	Research	Methods	in	the	Social	
neiu.edu	.                                                                        Sciences.		Majors	may	not	use	this	substitution.
HISTORY                                                                           SOCIAL wORk
HIST	392	is	a	repeatable	course	as	long	as	different	topics	are	taken.		Please	   The	following	are	the	required	Liberal	Arts	courses	which	are	prerequisites	
check	the	History	Department	Website	www.neiu.edu/~history	for	History	           to	entering	Social	Work	major	courses	beyond	SWK	200	and	SWK	207:	
392	topics	and	other	schedule	updates.”                                           ANTH	212,	BIO	100,	ECON	215,	PSCI	216,	PSYC	100,	PSYC	110,	and	SOC	
                                                                                  100.
JUSTICE STUDIES
JUST	345	Practicum	requires	authorization	by	an	advisor	or	the	Department	        The	following	courses	are	Knowledge	and	Values	electives	(formerly	known	
Chair.	The	following	prerequisites	must	be	completed	before	enrolling	in	         as	pre-practice)	available	for	minors	and	majors:	SWK	203,	SWK	250,	and	
Practicum:	JUST	101,	JUST	202,	JUST	241,	JUST	301.	Students	should	also	have	     SWK	307.	Social	Work	majors	must	have	completed	all	General	Education	
completed	a	minimum	of	two	electives	(six	hours)	in	Justice	Studies.              and	liberal	art	requirements	prior	to	entering	SWK	303/304.	The	Skill	
                                                                                  Elective	course	offered	this	semester	is	SWK	327.		This	course	is	offered	for	
JUST	350	Field	Work	Seminar	requires	authorization	by	an	advisor	or	the	          those	in	SWK	353/355	OR	by	permission	of	the	Professor.		SWK	320	is	a	
Department	Chair.	To	be	authorized	students	must	have	completed	JUST	345	         cross	listed	course	with	Women	Studies.
Practicum	(and	its	prerequisites)	and	a	minimum	of	four	electives	(12	hours)	
in	Justice	Studies.	The	Field	Work	Seminar	includes	a	200	hour	internship,	       SOCIOLOGY
which	should	be	arranged	in	advance,	normally	during	the	Practicum	course.
                                                                                  The	prerequisite	for	all	upper-division	Sociology	courses	is	Sociology	100	–	
LINGUISTICS                                                                       Introduction	to	Sociology	or	by	permission	of	the	instructor.
Linguistics	400	level	courses	that	are	restricted	to	Linguistics	M.A.	students	   The	following	courses	are	cross-listed	with	the	African	and	African	American	
may	be	open	to	at-large	students	on	a	space	available	basis	during	Open	          Studies	Program:
Registration.                                                                     SOC	309	             Sociology	of	Racism
                                                                                  SOC	316	             Race	&	Ethnic	Relations
MATHEMATICS                                                                       SOC	319A	            Topics	in	Race	and	Ethnicity:	Sociology	
Successful completion of course prerequisites is required before                  	                    of	the	Black	Movement
registration is permitted. When	manual	verification	of	prerequisites	is	          SOC	319C	            Topics	in	Race	and	Ethnicity:	Social	Structure	
needed,	a	prerequisite	verification	form	is	submitted	to	the	Mathematics	         	                    in	African	American	Communities
office	S214B	for	processing.		These	forms	are	made	available	two	weeks	           SOC	319D	            Topics	in	Race	and	Ethnicity:	Dealing	with	Diversity
prior	to	advance	registration	and	can	be	obtained	from	the	Mathematics	           The	following	courses	are	cross-listed	with	the	Latino/Latin	American	
office	or	our	department	website	www.neiu.edu/~math.		Follow	the	                 Studies	Program:
instructions	carefully.                                                           SOC	270	             Sociology	of	Latinas
In	addition	to	NEIU	coursework,	prerequisites	may	also	be	met	by	qualifying	      The	following	courses	are	cross-listed	with	the	Women’s	Studies	Program:
transfer	coursework,	ACT	or	Math	Placement	scores.		Prerequisites	for	            SOC	105	             Women,	Men	and	Social	Change
Mathematics	courses	are	accessible	on	NEIUport	and	can	also	be	found	in	          SOC	214	             Sociology	of	Intimacy,	Marriage	&	Families
the	most	recent	academic	catalog.	                                                SOC	270	             Sociology	of	Latinas
                                                                                  SOC	306	             American	Women:	The	Changing	Image
MUSIC                                                                             SOC	320A	            Topics	in	Sex	and	Gender
Due	to	program	changes	in	the	Department	of	Music,	please	contact	the	            SOC	320C	            Critical	Perspectives	on	Masculinities	
department	at	773-442-5900	for	current	information.                               SOC	329	             Sociology	of	Violence
PHYSICS                                                                           TEACHING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
PLEASE	NOTE:	The	policy	on	first	class	session	attendance	is	strictly	            TESL	400	level	courses	that	are	restricted	to	TESL	M.A.	students	may	be	open	
enforced.	                                                                        to	at-large	students	on	a	space	available	basis	during	Open	Registration.
PLEASE	NOTE:	The	prerequisites	for	100	and	200	level	courses	will	be	
enforced.	
PHYS	201	 College	Physics	I	–	Concurrent	Registration	in	PHYS	203	Strongly	
          Recommended.
PHYS	202	 College	Physics	II	-	Concurrent	Registration	in	PHYS	204	Strongly	
          Recommended.
PHYS	206	 Physics	With	Calculus	I	-	Concurrent	Registration	in	PHYS	203	
          Strongly	Recommended.
PHYS	207	 Physics	With	Calculus	II	-	Concurrent	Registration	in	PHYS	204	
          Strongly	Recommended.




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AEroSpACE STuDIES (AIr ForCE roTC)                                                  MILS 401 Developing Adaptive Leaders                                      3.0
                                                                                    SECTION	003:		LEC		T	5:00p.m.-8:00p.m.
Air	Force	ROTC	(AFROTC)	is	offered	to	Northeastern	Illinois	University	             	        	 LAB		TR	4:00p.m.	–	6:00p.m.
students	in	cooperation	with	the	Department	of	Aerospace	Studies	at	the	            	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	University	of	IL	Chicago)
Illinois	Institute	of	Technology	(IIT).		Students	who	participate	in	AFROTC	
may	be	eligible	for	AFROTC	scholarships	or	the	Illinois	State	Tuition	Waiver,	      MILS 151 PHYSICAL READINESS 1                                             1.0
which	may	partially	or	fully	pay	your	tuition	at	Northeastern.		                    	        	 LAB		MWF	7:30	a.m.-8:30	a.m.
                                                                                    	        	 (Location	TBA)
Upon	completing	your	degree	and	the	AFROTC	program,	you	will	earn	
a	commission	as	an	officer	in	the	US	Air	Force	and	will	serve	a	four	year	          MILS 251 PHYSICAL READINESS 2                                             1.0
commitment	on	active	duty.		For	more	information	on	Air	Force	ROTC	                 	        	 LAB		MWF	7:30	a.m.-8:30	a.m.
and	registration,	contact	the	Unit	Admissions	Officer	at	(312)	567-3525,	           	        	 (Location	TBA)
AFROTC@iit.edu,	or	go	to	their	website	at	http://afrotc.iit.edu.		AFROTC	           MILS 351 PHYSICAL READINESS 3                                             1.0
courses	are	only	offered	at	the	Illinois	Institute	of	Technology.                   	        	 LAB		MWF	7:30	a.m.-8:30	a.m.
AS	101		 Foundations	of	the	US	Air	Force                                            	        	 (Location	TBA)
	        LEC	-	TH	3:15PM	-	4:30PM                                                   MILS 451 PHYSICAL READINESS 4                                             1.0
	        LAB	-	TH	12:50PM	-	3:05PM                                                  	        	 LAB		MWF	7:30	a.m.-8:30	a.m.
AS	201	 Evolution	of	Air	Force	Air	and	Space	Power	                                 	        	 (Location	TBA)
	       LEC	-	TH	3:15PM	-	4:30PM	
	       LAB	-	TH	12:50PM	-	3:05PM                                                   COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
AS	301	 Air	Force	Leadership	Studies                                                WHO CAN ENROLL IN 300 LEVEL BUSINESS COURSES:
	       LEC	-	T		12:50PM	-	4:30PM                                                   Students	who	intend	to	enroll	in	300	level	business	courses	must first
	       LAB	-	TH	12:50PM	-	3:05PM                                                   meet the following admission/declaration requirements of the
AS	401	 National	Security	Affairs	and	Preparation	for	Active	Duty	                  College of Business and Management:
	       LEC	-	T		12:50PM	-	4:30PM                                                   A.	Complete	the	eight	College	of	Business	and	Management	Foundation	courses.	
	       LAB	-	TH	12:50PM	-	3:05PM                                                   Students	must	earn	a	grade	point	average	of	2.50	or	higher	with	no	grade	
                                                                                    below	a	"C"	for	all	courses,	including	Foundation	Courses,	applied	to	a	business	
MILITAry SCIEnCE (ArMy roTC)                                                        major	or	minor.	The	Foundation	Courses	are:	ENGL	l0l	(Writing	I),	ENGL	102	
MMilitary	Science	(Army	ROTC)	is	offered	through	Northeastern	Illinois	             (Writing	II),	MATH	165	(Finite	Math),	MATH	167	(Business	Calculus),	ECON	
University	in	conjunction	with	the	University	of	Illinois,	Chicago	Army	ROTC.	      217	(Microeconomics),	BLAW	285	(Legal	Environment	of	(Business),	ACTG	
Basic	course	classes	are	offered	to	all	students.	For	further	information	on	       201	(Introduction	to	Financial	Accounting)	and	ACTG	202	(Introduction	
scholarships,	tuition	and	off-campus	locations,	call	the	Enrollment	Operations	     to	Managerial	Accounting).	Note:	Enrollment	in	BLAW	280	and	BLAW	285	
Officer	at	UIC	at	(312)	413-2356,	or	the	Assistant	Professor	of	Military	Science	   requires	completion	of	at	least	30	credit	hours.
at	Loyola	at	(773)	508-8530.                                                        B.	Complete	at	least	60	credit	hours	(including	the	Foundation	Courses)	of	
Students	may	enroll	in	Military	Science	Courses	regardless	of	sexual	               course	work	and	have	a	cumulative	GPA	of	2.00	or	better	for	these	hours.	
orientation	in	accordance	with	the	university's	nondiscrimination	policy.		         (For	business	minors	a	2.00	cumulative	GPA	in	at	least	45	credit	hours	is	
However,	students	should	be	aware	that	homosexual	conduct,	which	may	               required.)
be	interpreted	as	stating	that	one	is	lesbian,	gay	or	bisexual,	is	grounds	for	     C.	Must	have	completed	all	General	Education	requirements
disqualification	from	entering	into	a	contract	with	the	federal	government	to	      ALL 400 and 500 LEVEL BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT COURSES:
become	a	commissioned	officer.
                                                                                    These	are	graduate	level	courses.	Consult	the	Academic	Catalog	for	special	
Only	Sections	001	of	Military	Science	101	and	102	are	offered	at	Northeastern	      admission	and	registration	policies	that	apply	to	them.
Illinois	University.		All	other	sections	and	courses	are	only	offered	off	campus	   PREREQUISITES WILL BE ENFORCED:
at	University	of	Illinois,	Chicago	or	Loyola	and	DePaul	Universities.
                                                                                    Please Note: Prerequisites are cumulative; i.e., some prerequisites
MILS 101 Leadership and Personal Development                               1.0      have prerequisites of their own that must also be successfully
SECTION	001:	 LEC	 W	3:00p.m.-3:50p.m.                                              completed prior to enrolling in a course. Students are expected to
	        	 LAB		TR	4:00pm	–	6:00pm                                                  complete those courses with a "C" or better. Incomplete	grades	and	
	        	 (Lecture	location	TBA;	                                                  "D"	grades	in	prerequisite	courses	do	not	constitute	successful	completion.	
	        	 Lab	held	at	University	of	IL	Chicago)                                    Students	must	not	register	for	300	level	business	courses	unless	they	have	
SECTION	002:		LEC		W	2:30p.m.-3:45p.m.                                              met	all	prerequisites	and	requirements	to	declare	a	business	major	or	minor.	
	        	 LAB		TR	6:00a.m.	-	8:00a.m.                                              This	includes	a	2.50	GPA	in	the	Foundation	Courses.
	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	Loyola/DePaul	Universities)                     All students, including students at large, are responsible for
                                                                                    complying with the published prerequisites and other registration
SECTION	003:	 LEC			T	5:00p.m.-6:00p.m.                                             requirements. Class	registration	lists	will	be	monitored	and	checked.	
	        	 LAB			TR	4:00p.m.	–	6:00p.m.                                             Students	who	register	for	courses	for	which	prerequisites	have	not	been	met	
	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	University	of	IL	Chicago)                       will	be	responsible	for	any	financial	consequences	due	to	their	subsequent	
MILS 201 Innovative Team Leadership                                        2.0      necessity	to	withdraw.	Note	that	a	student	may	advance	register	for	a	course	
SECTION	001:	 LEC		W	4:15p.m.-6:55p.m.                                              in	an	upcoming	semester	while	enrolled	in	a	prerequisite	course	in	the	
	        	 LAB		TR	4:00pm	–	6:00pm                                                  current	semester,	but	must	complete	the	prerequisite	with	a	"C"	or	better	to	
	        	 (Lecture	location	TBA;	Lab	held	at	UIC)                                  remain	registered	for	the	upcoming	semester.
SECTION	002:	 LEC		W	4:15p.m.-6:45p.m.                                              Students	who	have	taken	prerequisite	courses	at	other	institutions	must	
	        	 LAB		TR	6:00a.m.	-	8:00a.m.                                              have	their	transcripts	evaluated	by	the	Office	of	Program	Advisement	in	the	
	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	Loyola/DePaul	Universities)                     College	of	Business	and	Management.	If	students	have	not	already	done	so,	
                                                                                    they	should	consult	with	the	Program	Advisors	immediately.
SECTION	003:		LEC		T	4:00p.m.-6:00p.m.                                              If	you	have	any	questions	about	the	registration	process	or	course	
	        	 LAB		TR	4:00p.m.	–	6:00p.m.                                              prerequisites,	please	make	an	appointment	with	the	College’s	advisors	by	
	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	University	of	IL	Chicago)                       contacting	the	Office	of	Program	Advisement	in	Room	CLS	0006	(lower		
MILS 301 Adaptive Team Leadership                                          3.0      level	of	the	Classroom	Building)	or	call	(773)	442-6111	or	e-mail	p-advise@
SECTION	002:		LEC		W	4:15p.m.-6:45p.m.                                              neiu.edu.
	        	 LAB		TR	6:00a.m.	-	8:00a.m.                                              Consult	the	current	Academic	Catalog	for	a	complete	description	of	the	
	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	Loyola/DePaul	Universities)                     policies,	requirements,	and	course	prerequisites	for	the	College	of	Business	
SECTION	003:		LEC	 	T	2:30p.m.-5:30p.m.                                             and	Management.	The	decision	of	the	College	of	Business	and	Management	
	        	 LAB		TR	4:00p.m.	–	6:00p.m.                                              Dean’s	Office	shall	be	final	in	all	matters	of	College	policies,	requirements,	
	        	 (Lecture	and	Lab	held	at	University	of	IL	Chicago)                       and	course	prerequisites.




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Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                       Departmental Notes

COLLEGE OF ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT
MATHEMATICS DEVELOPMENT
Mathematics	Development	courses	are	indicated	as	a	“hybrid	course”	because	
homework
is	online	at	the	textbook’s	website.		Classes	meet	for	lecture	three	hours	
weekly.	If	you	would	like	a	copy	of	the	syllabus	for	the	course	you	are	
enrolling	in	or	have	any	further	questions,	please	e-mail	Thomas	Blackburn,	
Mathematics	Development	Coordinator,	
t-blackburn1@neiu.edu.

NATIONAL STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAM
National	Student	Exchange	Program	offers	the	opportunity	for	sophomores	
and	juniors	to	study	at	one	of	more	than	190	campuses	at	NEIU-comparable	
tuition	rates.	The	majority	of	placements	for	fall	are	negotiated	the	preceding	
March;	however,	placements	are	available	until	mid-July	at	many	schools.	
REGISTRATION	CAN	ONLY	BE	PROCESSED	THROUGH	THE	NSE	PROGRAM	
OFFICE,	B-127.	Contact	NSE	Program	Coordinator,	Flora	M.	Llacuna	at	
(773)	442-4616.	




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                                 NOTES




70   Prerequisite Requirements will Be Enforced
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                     Fall 2009 Timetable
        MONDAY                TUESDAY             WEDNESDAY       THURSDAY           FRIDAY      SATURDAY          SUNDAY
 8:00                 8:00                     8:00           8:00           8:00             8:00


 8:50                                          8:50                          8:50
 9:00                 9:15                     9:00           9:15           9:00
                      9:25                                    9:25
 9:50                                          9:50                          9:50
 10:00                                         10:00                         10:00


                      10:40                                   10:40                           10:40
 10:50                                         10:50                         10:50
                      10:50                                   10:50                           10:50
 11:00                                         11:00                         11:00


 11:50                12:05                    11:50          12:05          11:50
 12:00                12:15                    12:00          12:15          12:00                          12:00


 12:50                                         12:50                         12:50
 1:00                                          1:00                          1:00
                      1:30                                    1:30                            1:30
                      1:40                                    1:40
 1:50                                          1:50                          1:50
 2:00                 Activity                 2:00           Activity       2:00             2:00

                      2:40                                    2:40
 2:50                                          2:50                          2:50
 3:00                 3:00                     3:00           3:00           3:00


 3:50                 3:50                     3:50           3:50           3:50


 4:15                  4:15                    4:15           4:15           4:15
                                                                                              4:40
                                                                                                            5:00

 5:30                  5:30                    5:30           5:30           5:30
 5:40                  5:40                    5:40           5:40           5:40




 6:55                  6:55                    6:55           6:55           6:55
 7:05                  7:05                    7:05           7:05           7:05




 8:20                  8:20                    8:20           8:20           8:20
 8:30                  8:30                    8:30           8:30           8:30




 9:45                  9:45                    9:45           9:45           9:45




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             The Faculty Council on Academic Affairs
               and the Provost’s Office Announce

A Change in
          Graduation
          Requirements
BEGINNING FALL 2008, NEIU is removing the graduation requirement of a minor.

WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR YOU?                        THE CHOICE IS YOURS.
• If your major requires a minor (some             Either way, keep in mind that you
  Education majors) or is in the College of        must still satisfy 120 semester
  Business and Management or is in the             hours, including the Upper Division
  Natural Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, Earth      Requirement of 24 credit hours
  Science, or Physics), this change will not       of 300-level course work and 18
  affect your program of study.                    credit hours of 200- or 300-level
                                                   course work.
• If you are not in one of the above-mentioned
  majors, beginning Fall 2008 you have the         If you wish to undeclare your
  choice of completing a minor or taking           minor, visit the Enrollment Services
  electives instead.                               Office to fill out the applicable
                                                   form. Or you can send a letter to
• A minor can be an excellent way to focus         Enrollment Services stating that
  your studies and gain expertise in a second      you want to undeclare your minor.
  academic area. In other cases, a student may
  decide to take electives in several different
  academic areas instead of a minor.




      If you have more questions, please discuss your options with your advisor.
Fall 2009 — Northeastern Illinois University                                                       Fall 2009 Final Exam Schedule
                                                Tuesday                                     Wednesday                                    Thursday
                                            December 15, 2009                            December 16, 2009                           December 17, 2009
         Examination                            Class Time                                  Class Time                                   Class Time
           Periods                            During the Term                             During the Term                              During the Term

        8:00 - 9:50 a.m.                    9:25 - 10:40 a.m. TR                         8:00 - 8:50 a.m. MWF                        8:00 - 9:15 a.m. TR


      10:00 - 11:50 a.m.                    12:15 - 1:30 p.m. TR                         9:00 - 9:50 a.m. MWF                        10:50 - 12:05 p.m. TR

                                            1:00 - 2:15 p.m. MW
       12:00 - 1:50 p.m.                    1:00 - 1:50 p.m. MWF                         10:00 - 10:50 a.m. MWF                      12:00 - 12:50 p.m. MWF
                                            1:25 - 2:40 p.m. MW

                                                                                                                                     2:25 - 3:40 p.m. MW
       2:00 - 3:50 p.m.                     3:00 - 3:50 p.m. MTR                         11:00 - 11:50 a.m. MWF                      2:00 - 2:50 p.m. MWF
                                            2:50 - 4:05 p.m. TR
                                                                                                                                     2:00 - 3:15 p.m. MW
                                                                                                                                     2:50 - 4:05 p.m. MW

       4:00 - 5:50 p.m.                    4:15 - 5:30 p.m. TR                           4:15 - 5:30 p.m. MW                          4:15 - 6:55 p.m. R
                                           4:15 - 6:55 p.m. T                            4:15 - 6:55 p.m. M


        6:00 - 7:50 p.m                    5:40 - 6:55 p.m. TR                           5:40 - 6:55 p.m. MW                          7:05 - 8:20 p.m. MW
                                                                                         4:15 - 6:55 p.m. W                           7:05 - 9:45 p.m. W


       8:00 - 9:50 p.m.                    7:05 - 9:45 p.m. T                            8:30 - 9:45 p.m. MW                          7:05 - 8:20 p.m TR
                                           8:30 - 9:45 p.m. TR                           7:05 - 9:45 p.m. M                           7:05 - 9:45 p.m. R

Final	examinations	for	Saturday	classes:	Saturday,	December 12, 2009	at	the	same	time	and	place	as	class	meetings	during	the	term.
Final	examinations	for	Friday	only	classes:	Friday,	December 18, 2009	at	the	same	time	and	place	as	class	meetings	during	the	term.
If	the	University	is	officially	closed	or	not	conducting	business	during	the	scheduled	exam	period,	exams	will	be	at	the	same	time	and	in	the	same	location	as	follows:
Tuesday,	December	15,	2009	Exams ................... Monday,	December	21,	2009
Wednesday,	December	16,	2009	Exams .............. Tuesday,	December	22,	2009
Thursday,	December	17,	2009	Exams ................. Wednesday,	December	23,	2009
If	a	student	identifies	a	schedule	conflict	affecting	a	formal	examination,	s/he	should	contact	the	professor	within	two	weeks	of	the	beginning	of	class	to	make	
alternative	arrangements	for	taking	the	examination.	Reasonable	accommodations	will	be	made	if	(a)	the	conflict	arises	because	of	a	religious	belief,	or	(b)	the	
conflict	is	created	by	the	examination	pattern.	
IMPORTANT	
The	university	provides	parking	for	all	students,	faculty,	and	staff.	Cars	parked	on	the	surrounding	residential	streets	in	areas	designated	for	Zone	1	parking	will	
be	ticketed	by	the	Chicago	Police	Department.	A	valid	NEIU	parking	permit	or	decal	will	be	required	in	all	parking	lots,	during	all	hours	every	day.	
Northeastern	Illinois	University	prohibits	the	sexual	harassment	of	employees	and	students.	Copies	of	the	sexual	harassment	policy	and	Discrimination	
Grievance	Procedure	are	available	in	the	Counseling	Office	(D-024),	Women’s	Services	(D-017),	and	Affirmative	Action/Institutional	Outreach	Initiatives	(C-219).	
In	compliance	with	the	Americans	with	Disabilities	Act	of	1990	and	Section	504	of	the	Rehabilitation	Act	of	1973,	Northeastern	Illinois	University	does	not	
discriminate	against	persons	on	the	basis	of	disability.	In	addition,	Northeastern	provides	reasonable	accommodations	for	persons	with	disabilities.	
Students	seeking	reasonable	accommodations	in	the	classroom	should	contact	the	Accessibility	Center,	D-104.	Students	seeking	handicapped	
parking	permits	should	contact	the	Health	Service,	E-051.	Students	with	concerns	about	discrimination	on	the	basis	of	disability	should	contact	the	
Affirmative	Action	Office	(C-219).	
Student	Right	To	Know	Act
In	compliance	with	Federal	Regulations,	Northeastern	Illinois	University	discloses	our	graduation	rate	to	students,	prospective	students,	and	the	general	public,	
upon	their	request.	Information	regarding	our	graduation	rate	can	be	found	at	www.neiu.edu/~isp,	(click	on	Data	Digest).	A	printed	copy	may	be	obtained	by	
sending	a	written	request	to	Northeastern	Illinois	University,	Office	of	Enrollment	Services,	Graduation	Rate,	5500	N.	St.	Louis,	Chicago,	Illinois	60625.
Crime	Awareness	and	the	Campus	Security	Act
In	compliance	with	Federal	Regulations	and	the	Campus	Security	Act,	NEIU	takes	this	opportunity	to	inform	you	that	its	Safety	and	Security	Information	
Report	is	available	on	the	university’s	Web	page	at	http://www.neiu.edu/clery_report.html.	This	report	contains	information	on:	(1) the	reporting	of	crimes	
or	emergencies,		(2)	law	enforcement	authority	and	interagency	relationships,	(3)	security	awareness	and	crime	prevention	program,	(4) maintenance	and	
security	of	campus	facilities,		(5)	access	to	campus	facilities,	(6) drug	and	alcohol	policy,	(7) crime	statistics,	and (8)	policy	and	procedures	regarding	sexual	
assault	(including	prevention	and	awareness	of	sex	offenses,	procedures	to	follow	if	a	sex	offense	occurs,	procedures	for	on	campus	disciplinary	action,	
possible	sanctions,	and	distribution).	Any	individual	who	wishes	a	paper	copy	of	the	Safety	and	Security	Information	Report	may	obtain	one	upon	request	from	
the	Office	of	Public	Safety.
NORTHEASTERN	ILLINOIS	UNIVERSITY	SUBSCRIBES	TO	THE	PRINCIPLES	OF	EQUAL	OPPORTUNITY	AND	AFFIRMATIVE	ACTION	AND	DOES	NOT	
DISCRIMINATE	AGAINST	ANY	INDIVIDUAL	ON	THE	BASIS	OF	AGE,	COLOR,	DISABILITY,	GENDER,	NATIONAL	ORIGIN,	RACE,	RELIGION,	SEXUAL	
ORIENTATION,	OR	VETERAN	STATUS.
In	compliance	with	Federal	law	(Family	Educational	Rights	and	Privacy	Act)	this	policy	provides	for	the	confidentiality	of	student	records	and	information.	In	
addition,	the	policy	addresses	the	location	and	procedures	for	the	availability,	release	and	access	of	records.	The	policy	is	printed	in	the	University	Catalog.
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kEY TO CAMPUS MAP*
  Building	A	(A)
  		Future	home	of	the
  		College	of	Business	and	Management

  Building	B	(B)
  		Dean	of	Students
  		Graduate	College
  		Honors	Program
  		International	Programs
  		Job	Placement
  		Non-Traditional	Degree	Programs
  		Student	Computing	Services            Building	F	(F)	(Stage	Center)          Science	Building	(SCI)
                                                                                 		College	of	Arts	and	Sciences
  Building	C	(C)	(Sachs	Administration)   Fine	Arts	Center	(FA)
  			Academic	Affairs                     		Art	Gallery                          Ronald	Williams	Library	(LIB)
  			Academic	Development                 		Box	Office                           		Foreign	Language	Lab
  			Affirmative	Action                   		Recital	Hall
  			Alumni	Relations                                                            Parking	Facility
  			President's	Office                   Building	H	(H)                         		Parking	Office
  			Student	Affairs                                                             		Public	Safety	/	Police
                                          Building	I	(I)
  Building	D	(D)                          		Photo/Design/Graphics                Grounds	Maintenance	(GM)
  		Academic	Advising
  		Accessibility	Center                  Building	J	(J)                         Physical	Education	Complex	(PE)
  		Admissions                            		Ensemble	Español
  		Adult	&	Women	Student	Programs                                               Child	Care	Center	(CH)
  		Assessment	and	Testing	Center         Classroom	Building	(CLS)
  		Cashier                               		College	of	Business	and	Management   Athletic	Field	(AF)
  		Counseling	Office                     		College	of	Education
  		Office	of	Enrollment	Services         		Information	Commons                  Tennis	Courts	(TC)
  		Financial	Aid                         		Project	Success
  		Records                               		Proyecto	Pa'Lante                    Daily	Parking	Permit	Sales	Locations			P
  		Registration                          		University	Computer	Services
  		Scholarship	Office                    		Women's	Studies	Program
  		Student	Employment                                                           *Due to campus renovation, department locations
  		Veterans'	Affairs                     Student	Union	(SU)                     are subject to change.
                                          		Alumni	Hall                          Please contact departments before visiting our
  Building	E	(E)                          		Cafeteria
  		Auditorium                            		Golden	Eagles	Room                   campus to confirm their location.
  		Bookstore                             		Information	Center
  		Health	Service/First	Aid              		Student	Activities

				
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