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2022 Fall Semester Course Schedule

Posted Wed 09/21/2022 06:50 AM

The schedule is subject to change if enrollments make additions or cancellations of sections necessary.

Fall’22 Undergraduate Priority Registration Period opens Monday, April 4.

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Open Registration opens Monday, April 18 at 8:30 a.m.


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As noted on the "Academic Calendar", registration for Fall 2022 will continue through September 13, 2022 (the last day of add/drop).


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Accounting Arts & Entertainment Mgmt American Studies
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Business Information Systems Business Law Biomedical Engineering
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Political Science Psychology Quantitative Reasoning
Sign Language Sociology Spanish
Sport Management Social Work Theater
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Civil and Environmental Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering
Engineering Management Mechanical Engineering
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Accounting Arts & Entertainment Mgmt Art
Aerospace Studies Business Information Systems Business Law
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Non-Traditional Courses

Undergraduate Courses

Accounting (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Accounting: Financial Reporting I

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly "Principles of Accounting I" - Cross listed as AC 201/HONB 203
AC 101-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E      CLOSED 

Accounting: Financial Reporting I

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly "Principles of Accounting I" - Cross listed as AC 201/HONB 203
AC 101-51    TuTh   5:20-6:40 pm          Books   Kofsky, Ausher M B         08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - synchronus

Accounting: Introduction to Accounting II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 101/HONB 203/AC 201, and MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133 Formerly "Managerial Accounting"
AC 202-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E      CLOSED 
AC 202-03    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E      CLOSED 
AC 202-05    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Lo, May H                  08/29-12/16
AC 202-51           By Arrangement        Books   Santos, Anthony J.         CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Accounting: Tools and Concepts in Accounting

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 101/HONB 201 or AC 201
AC 204-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Grealis, Tara              08/29-12/16

Accounting: Financial Reporting II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 204 with minimum grade of C..
AC 305-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Grealis, Tara              08/29-12/16

Accounting: Financial Reporting III

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 305 with minimum grade of C
AC 306-01    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Grealis, Tara              08/29-12/16

Accounting: Municipal & Fund Accounting

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC-101 or HONB-203 or AC-201;
AC 311-51           By Arrangement        Books   Wang, Wenru                08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Accounting: Taxation of Individuals

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202 Formerly AC 413 Fundmentals of Individual Tax - Formerly Fundmental Concepts of Taxation
AC 313-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Kofsky, Ausher M B         08/29-12/16

Accounting: Accounting Information Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 305, or permission of the instructor.
AC 330-51           By Arrangement        Books   Wang, Wenru                08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Accounting: Financial Reporting IV

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 306
AC 407-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Lo, May H                  08/29-12/16

Accounting: Auditing & Assurance Services

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 305
AC 419-51           By Arrangement        Books   Hill, Paula A.             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Accounting: Accounting Analytics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 306 formerly AC 340
AC 440-41    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Tomolonis, Paul A          08/29-12/16

Accounting: Internship in Accounting

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
AC 481-01           By Arrangement        Books   Grealis, Tara              CLOSED 

Arts & Entertainment Mgmt (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Arts & Entertainment Mgmt: Practicum in Arts & Entertainment Man

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AEM 250 & be Arts & Entertainment Management major.
AEM 350-41   M      6:20-7:40 pm          Books   Willis, Richard            08/29-12/16
             W      6:20-7:40 pm                                             
	Hybrid - oncampus + online synchronous - Cross listed with MAN 370-41

American Studies (return to Undergraduate Course table)

American Studies: Internship in American Studies

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
AMST 481-01         By Arrangement        Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         CLOSED 

Art (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Art: Intro to Art

3 credits
ART 101-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Fairman, Christina A       08/29-12/16

Art: Drawing I

3 credits
ART 105-01   Tu     2:00-4:40 pm          Books   St. Laurent, Kerry M       08/29-12/16
	combined w/ART 215-01
Laboratory Fee $50
ART 105-03 W 2:00-4:40 pm Books St. Laurent, Kerry M CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50

Art: Painting I

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly "Life Painting with Volumes of Color"
ART 116-01   Th     3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W C            CLOSED 
	combined w/ART 117-01
Laboratory Fee $50

Art: Painting II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ART 116 Formerly "Painting with Volumes of Color II"
ART 117-01   Th     3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W C            08/29-12/16
	combined w/ART 116-01
Laboratory Fee $50

Art: Intro to Jewelry Making

3 credits
ART 118-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Ghahramani, Lili N         CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $50
ART 118-03 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Ghahramani, Lili N CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50

Art: Art of Hand Papermaking I

3 credits
ART 120-41   Th     6:30-9:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W C            CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $50

Art: Color in Art & Design

3 credits
ART 130-51          By Arrangement        Books   St. Laurent, Kerry M       08/29-12/16
	Online-asynchronous
Laboratory Fee $50

Art: Special Topics in Art

3 credits
ART 193-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Shattuck, Tamara           08/29-12/16
	ST: Alternative Photography: The Cyanotype - What is a photograph? To answer this question, we will learn about the history of photography. We will do an in-depth exploration of one technique rooted in 19th century photographic printmaking: the cyanotype, otherwise known as a blueprint. This course is designed to support students as they experiment with various techniques in artmaking with cyanotypes. Students will learn to create their own negatives, turn any space into a darkroom, hand-coat paper with emulsions, time sun and UV exposures, and create visually pleasing artwork. We will work together as a community of learners to understand how to put these methods into use in your own creative practice. - Course will satisfy the Aesthetics General University Requirement. - $50 Lab fee
Laboratory Fee $50

Art: Survey of Western Art I

3 credits
ART 201-51          By Arrangement        Books   Fairman, Christina A       08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Art: Drawing II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ART 105
ART 215-01   Tu     2:00-4:40 pm          Books   St. Laurent, Kerry M       08/29-12/16
	cross-listed with ART 105-01 - Instructor permission required
Laboratory Fee $50

Aerospace Studies (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Aerospace Studies: Air Force Heritage & Values I

1 credit, prerequisite: formerly "The Air Force Today I"
AS 111-03    M      8:00-8:50 am          Books   Larrow, Rosemary           08/29-12/16
             Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                  Kraiem, Joseph             

Aerospace Studies: Advanced Physical Conditioning

1 credit, prerequisite: AS 191 is repeatable for credit.
AS 191-03    M      6:30-7:30 am          Books   Dwyer, Darrick             08/29-12/16
                                                  Hall, Lucas                
AS 191-05    Tu     6:30-7:30 am          Books   Kraiem, Joseph             08/29-12/16
                                                  Dwyer, Darrick             

Aerospace Studies: Team & Leadership Fundamentals I

1 credit, prerequisite: formerly "The Air Force Way I"
AS 223-03    Tu     2:30-3:20 pm          Books   Dwyer, Darrick             08/29-12/16
             Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                  Larrow, Rosemary           

Aerospace Studies: Leading People & Effective Communicat I

3 credits, prerequisite: formerly "USAF Prof/Off Leadshp & Management"
AS 335-03    M      8:30-11:30 am         Books   Dwyer, Darrick             08/29-12/16
             F      2:30-5:30 pm                  Larrow, Rosemary           
             Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                                             

Aerospace Studies: Natl Sec, Leadership Resp, Comm Prep I

3 credits, prerequisite: formerly "Nation Security Pol/Prep Act Duty"
AS 441-41    M      5:45-8:45 pm          Books   Larrow, Rosemary           08/29-12/16
             Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                  Hall, Lucas                
AS 441-59           By Arrangement        Books   Hall, Lucas                CLOSED 

Biology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Biology: Basic Biology: Organisms

3 credits
BIO 101-07   MW     12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Lail-Trecker, Melissa      CLOSED 
             Tu     9:30 am-12:20 pm              Keane-Moore, Michele A     CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
BIO 101-09 MW 1:00-1:50 pm Books Rothermich, Mary M CLOSED Tu 2:00-4:50 pm Keane-Moore, Michele A CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 101-11 MW 10:00-10:50 am Books Lail-Trecker, Melissa CLOSED M 5:30-8:20 pm Foss, Gail CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 101-13 MW 9:00-9:50 am Books Lipson, Kathryn L 08/29-12/16 M 2:00-4:50 pm Lipson, Kathryn L Laboratory Fee $100

Biology: General Biology I

3 credits, prerequisite: One unit of secondary school chemistry or CHEM 101 or CHEM 103 or CHEM 105; BIO 117 or concurrently"
BIO 107-01   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Ford, Emily N              08/29-12/16
	Pharmacy Studies, Pre-Optometry, & Pre-Physician Asst. only
BIO 107-03 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Ford, Emily N 08/29-12/16 Pharmacy Studies, Pre-Optometry, & Pre-Physician Asst. only
BIO 107-05 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Mennella, Thomas 08/29-12/16 BIO 107-07 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Ford, Emily N 08/29-12/16 BIO 107-09 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Mennella, Thomas 08/29-12/16 BIO 107-11 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Lail-Trecker, Melissa 08/29-12/16 BIO 107-13 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Holmes, Dawn 08/29-12/16

Biology: General Biology Laboratory I

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107, or take concurrently
BIO 117-01   M      2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Mennella, Thomas           08/29-12/16
	Laboratory Fee  $100
BIO 117-03 Tu 9:30 am-12:20 pm Books Mennella, Thomas CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 117-05 Tu 2:00-4:50 pm Books Mennella, Thomas 08/29-12/16 Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 117-07 W 2:00-4:50 pm Books Ballantine, Hillary CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 117-09 Th 9:30 am-12:20 pm Books Lail-Trecker, Melissa 08/29-12/16 Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 117-11 Th 2:00-4:50 pm Books Lail-Trecker, Melissa 08/29-12/16 Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 117-13 F 2:00-4:50 pm Books Ballantine, Hillary 08/29-12/16 Laboratory Fee $100

Biology: General Biology Laboratory I

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107, or take concurrently
BIO 117-17   Th     2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Rothermich, Mary M         CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Biology: Animal Behavior

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 108 and CHEM 106.
BIO 211-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Lipson, Kathryn L          08/29-12/16

Biology: Ecology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107, BIO 117, and at least sophomore standing; Complete or concurrent CHEM 105;
BIO 213-01   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Holmes, Dawn               08/29-12/16

Biology: Anatomy & Physiology I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 108/BIO 118, and CHEM 106.
BIO 215-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rosenman, Burt A           CLOSED 
             M      2:00-4:50 pm                  Rosenman, Burt A           CLOSED 
	Lecture combined with 03
Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 215-03 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Rosenman, Burt A CLOSED W 2:00-4:50 pm Rosenman, Burt A CLOSED Lecture combined with 01
Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 215-05 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Rothermich, Mary M CLOSED Th 9:30 am-12:20 pm Rothermich, Mary M CLOSED Lecture combined with 07 section
Laboratory Fee $100

Biology: Anatomy & Physiology I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 108/BIO 118, and CHEM 106.
BIO 215-09   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Lipson, Kathryn L          CLOSED 
             Tu     9:30 am-12:20 pm              Lipson, Kathryn L          CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Biology: Genetics

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107/BIO 117 and CHEM 210. Credit for both BIO 152 and BIO 306 is not permissible.
BIO 306-01   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Klimes, Anna               08/29-12/16
             Tu     9:30 am-12:20 pm              Klimes, Anna               
	Laboratory Fee  $100
BIO 306-03 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Klimes, Anna 08/29-12/16 Tu 2:00-4:50 pm Klimes, Anna Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 306-05 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Klimes, Anna 08/29-12/16 Th 9:30 am-12:20 pm Klimes, Anna Lecture combined with 01/Lab with 07
Laboratory Fee $100
BIO 306-07 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Klimes, Anna CLOSED Th 9:30 am-12:20 pm Klimes, Anna CLOSED Lecture combined with 03/Lab with 05
Laboratory Fee $100

Biology: Molecular Biology

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 306, or concurrently. Formerly Recombinant DNA/Fingerprinting
BIO 401-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Holmes, Dawn               08/29-12/16
             W      2:00-4:50 pm                  Holmes, Dawn               
	FB majors only, or by permission of Chair
Laboratory Fee $100

Biology: Undergraduate Research

3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing
BIO 440-01          By Arrangement        Books   Holmes, Dawn               CLOSED 

Biology: Internship in Biology

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
BIO 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Holmes, Dawn               CLOSED 

Business Information Systems (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Business Information Systems: Problem Solving w/Business Tools

3 credits
BIS 102-01   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   DiSabito, David M          08/29-12/16
BIS 102-03   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Moore, Andrew J            08/29-12/16
BIS 102-05   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   DiSabito, David M          CLOSED 
BIS 102-07   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Moore, Andrew J            CLOSED 
BIS 102-09   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   DiSabito, David M          CLOSED 
BIS 102-11   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   McGrady, Shaun J           CLOSED 
BIS 102-41   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Moran, Mark A.             08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Intro to Business Info Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102 or CS 131 and minimum of Sophomore standing.
BIS 202-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Akcam, Bahadir K           CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
BIS 202-03 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Akcam, Bahadir K 08/29-12/16 Laboratory Fee $100
BIS 202-05 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Moore, Andrew J 08/29-12/16 Laboratory Fee $100

Business Information Systems: Statistics for Business Analytics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102, and QR 112 or MATH 120. Formerly "Statistics for Business Analytics" Formerly "Statistics for Business Analysis"
BIS 221-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Bayrak, Tuncay             CLOSED 
BIS 221-03   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Bayrak, Tuncay             CLOSED 
BIS 221-41   M      6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Business Analytics Theory & Practic

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 221
BIS 230-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Akcam, Bahadir K           08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Quality & Operations Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204; MK 200 or HONB 200; AC 202 and BIS 202; BIS 221; FIN 214 or HONB 214. Cannot take both BIS 310 and BIS 312 for credit.
BIS 310-41   Tu     6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Quality & Operations Mgmt w/SAP

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204; MK 200/HONB 200; AC 202; BIS 202; BIS 220/BIS 221. Cannot take both BIS 310 and BIS 312 for credit.
BIS 312-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Willis, Richard            CLOSED 
BIS 312-03   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Willis, Richard            CLOSED 

Business Information Systems: Data Science W/Python

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 221. Formerly "Data Science w/Python & R"
BIS 315-01   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   DiSabito, David M          08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Database Management Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 202 and BIS 221 or IT 102 or CS 102. Cross listed with IT 300
BIS 321-01   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Mutigwe, Charles           08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Enterprise Resources Planning Syst

3 credits
BIS 340-59          By Arrangement        Books   Gulati, Anil               CLOSED 

Business Information Systems: Business Analytics w/SAP

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 202
BIS 412-01   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Mutigwe, Charles           08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Business Analytics Project

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 230 and BIS 330
BIS 445-01   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Bayrak, Tuncay             08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Internship in Business Info Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
BIS 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Mutigwe, Charles           CLOSED 
BIS 480-03          By Arrangement        Books   DiSabito, David M          CLOSED 

Business Law (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Business Law : Intro to Business Law

3 credits
BL 201-41    TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Smith, Cheryl R            CLOSED 
BL 201-43    TuTh   7:00-8:20 pm          Books   Smith, Cheryl R            08/29-12/16

Business Law : Labor Management Relations

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing. Cannot take both BL 308 and BL 388 for credit.
BL 308-51           By Arrangement        Books   Shrage, Harvey M           CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Business Law : Business Law for Sport Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPMN 250. Cannot take BL 201/HONB 201 and BL 360 for credit.
BL 360-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Masteralexis, James T      08/29-12/16

Business Law : Labor Management Relation in Sports

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BL 360 Cannot take both BL 308 and BL 388 for credit
BL 388-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Shrage, Harvey M           08/29-12/16

Business Law : Business Law for HR Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BL 201/HONB 201 or BL 360 or BL 350, and MAN 323
BL 424-51           By Arrangement        Books   Shrage, Harvey M           08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Biomedical Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Biomedical Engineering: Foundations of Biomedical Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Concurrently ENGR 103, PHYS 134, and CHEM 105.
BME 201-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Jaiswal, Devina            CLOSED 

Biomedical Engineering: Intro to Biomedical Engineer Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete or concurrent ENGR 103
BME 210-01          By Arrangement        Books   Gettens, Robert T T        08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Engineering Physiology I

3 credits, prerequisite: Concurrent MATH 350, BME 305; Prereq or concurrent MATH 350
BME 301-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Jaiswal, Devina            08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Lab I

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete or Cocurrent BME 331, ENGR 212 or IE 212
BME 305-01   M      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   English, Anthony E         08/29-12/16
BME 305-03   Tu     8:00 am-12:00 pm      Books   English, Anthony E         08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Bioinstrumentation

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 202, and ENGR 208 or EE 205. and BME 305 concurrently;
BME 331-01   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   English, Anthony E         08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Senior Lab

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete BME 302 and BME 306. and cocurrently with BME 451
BME 405-01   W      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Jaiswal, Devina            08/29-12/16
BME 405-03   Tu     2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Kwaczala, Andrea T         CLOSED 

Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or senior standing
BME 410-01          By Arrangement        Books   Gettens, Robert T T        08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Prosthetic and Orthotic Devices

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete or Concurrent BME 301 or BIO 215.
BME 425-03   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Kwaczala, Andrea T         CLOSED 

Biomedical Engineering: Biosensors, Biomems & Nanomedicine

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 105 and EE 205/HONE 205.
BME 434-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rust, Michael J            08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Design Projects

3 credits, prerequisite: Senior BME standing;
BME 437-03   M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Gettens, Robert T T        08/29-12/16
             Th     3:00-4:55 pm                                             

Biomedical Engineering: Biomechanics II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 251 or BME 351; and corequisite of BME 405
BME 451-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Kwaczala, Andrea T         08/29-12/16

Biomedical Engineering: Internship in Biomedical Engr

3 credits, prerequisite: At least Junior standing, and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
BME 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Gettens, Robert T T        CLOSED 

Business (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Business: Introduction to Business Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: Freshmen College of Business Majors Only - Freshmen College of Business Majors Only
BUS 110-01   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E      08/29-12/16
BUS 110-03   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            08/29-12/16

Business: Introduction to Business Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: Freshmen College of Business Majors Only - Freshmen College of Business Majors Only
BUS 110-07   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Durr, Wayne A              CLOSED 
BUS 110-09   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Woodside, Thomas J         08/29-12/16
BUS 110-11   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Covell, Daniel             08/29-12/16
BUS 110-13   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Goodnight, Janelle E       08/29-12/16
BUS 110-15   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Covell, Daniel             08/29-12/16

Business: Business Process & Enterprise w/SAP

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202, BIS 202, BIS 220/BIS 221, BL 201/HONB 201/ BL 350/BL 360, FIN 214, MAN 204/HONB 204, MK 200/HONB 200 Cannot take BUS 326 and BUS 312 /HONB 312 for credit.
BUS 312-01   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Gulati, Anil               CLOSED 
BUS 312-03   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Gulati, Anil               CLOSED 

Business: Business Planning for New Ventures

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202, BIS 202, BIS 221, BL 201/BL 360/BL 350/ HONB 201, FIN 214, MAN 204/HONB 204, & MK 200/HONB 200. Cannot take BUS 326 and BUS 312/HONB 312 for credit.
BUS 326-51          By Arrangement        Books   Woodside, Thomas J         CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Business: Indep Study in Business

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
BUS 333-01          By Arrangement        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          CLOSED 
BUS 333-59          By Arrangement        Books   Kapinos, Kara L            CLOSED 

Business: Product Development & Innovation

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BUS 312/HONB 312 or BUS 326, and BIS 310 or BIS 312
BUS 423-01   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          08/29-12/16
BUS 423-03   MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          08/29-12/16

Business: Business Strategy

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BUS 312/HONB 312 or BUS 326, & BIS 310 or BIS 312 cross-listed with HONB 450
BUS 450-01   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Woodside, Thomas J         08/29-12/16
BUS 450-51          By Arrangement        Books   Woodside, Thomas J         08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Business: Internship in Business

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
BUS 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Spotts, Harlan             CLOSED 
BUS 480-03          By Arrangement        Books   Knott, Melissa J           CLOSED 

Business: Internship in Business

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
BUS 481-01          By Arrangement        Books   Mutigwe, Charles           CLOSED 

CCGS (return to Undergraduate Course table)

CCGS: Computer Science

3 credits
CCGS 129-01         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

CCGS: Intro to Nutrition

3 credits
CCGS 151-51         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
	CCGS: STCC

CCGS: Intro to Java Programming

3 credits
CCGS 173-01         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

CCGS: Lab for Java

1 credit
CCGS 174-01         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

CCGS: Legal Studies

3 credits
CCGS 204-51         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
	CCGS: STCC

CCGS: Real Analysis

3 credits
CCGS 319-01         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
	CCGS - Springfield College

Civil and Environmental Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Surveying

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with a minimum grade of "C", and Sophomore, Junior or Senior Standing.
CEE 251-01   MW     4:00-5:20 pm          Books   Abdelrahman, Mohamed       08/29-12/16
CEE 251-03   MW     4:00-5:20 pm          Books   DelSanto, Andrew           CLOSED 
             MW     4:00-5:20 pm                                             CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Surveying Laboratory

1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE 251
CEE 253-01   Tu     9:30 am-12:20 pm      Books   Abdelrahman, Mohamed       CLOSED 
CEE 253-03   W      10:00 am-12:50 pm     Books   Abdelrahman, Mohamed       CLOSED 
CEE 253-05   W      1:00-3:50 pm          Books   Blachly, Frank C           CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Civil Engineering Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior CEE major standing.
CEE 310-01          By Arrangement        Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Structural Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 240;
CEE 341-01   MW     2:30-3:50 pm          Books   Lee, Chang Hoon            08/29-12/16

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Transportation Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 203
CEE 351-01   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Transportation Engineering Lab

1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE 351
CEE 353-01   Th     9:30 am-12:20 pm      Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
CEE 353-41   W      5:30-8:20 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Engineering Fluid Mechanics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 235 or MATH 236.
CEE 361-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Schlef, Katherine          08/29-12/16

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Ethical & Professional Issues

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing
CEE 400-03   Th     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Shin, Moochul              08/29-12/16

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Civil Engineering Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Senior CEE majors.
CEE 410-01          By Arrangement        Books   Shin, Moochul              CLOSED 
CEE 410-03          By Arrangement        Books   Schlef, Katherine          CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Geotechnical Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 330.
CEE 430-01   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Talbot, Michael J          08/29-12/16

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Railroad Track Structure Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete or concurrent CEE 341
CEE 456-41   W      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Blachly, Frank C           08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE-590-41

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Water Resources Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 361 or ME 316
CEE 461-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Schlef, Katherine          08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE 593-01

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Construction Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior CEE standing
CEE 470-41   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
	combined w/CEE-592-41

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: JUNIOR OR SENIOR CEE OR CMGT MAJOR
CEE 491-01   MW     1:00-2:20 pm          Books   Schlef, Katherine          08/29-12/16
	ST: RESILIENCE TO CHANGE;WATER RESOURCES - combined w/CEE 591-01

Chemistry (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Chemistry: Modern Chemistry I

3 credits
CHEM 101-01  TuTh   8:30-9:20 am          Books   Foy, Justin T              08/29-12/16
             Th     11:00 am-1:50 pm              Foy, Justin T              
	Construction Management, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Business & Pre-Science majors only
Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: General Chemistry I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete one unit of secondary school chemistry.
CHEM 105-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kiefer, Philip M           08/29-12/16
             Tu     8:00-10:50 am                 Kiefer, Philip M           
	Laboratory Fee  $100
CHEM 105-03 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Gerberich, Francis G 08/29-12/16 M 2:00-4:50 pm Gerberich, Francis G Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 105-05 MWF 8:00-8:50 am Books Stayton, Isaac A 08/29-12/16 W 2:00-4:50 pm Stayton, Isaac A Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 105-07 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books De Silva, Nuwan CLOSED Tu 5:00-7:50 pm Rennie, Jason R CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: General Chemistry I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete one unit of secondary school chemistry.
CHEM 105-11  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Stayton, Isaac A           CLOSED 
             Th     11:00 am-1:50 pm              Rennie, Jason R            CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
CHEM 105-13 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Milheiro, Suzanna C 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-4:50 pm Stayton, Isaac A Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 105-15 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Gerberich, Francis G 08/29-12/16 F 2:00-4:50 pm Kiefer, Philip M Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 105-17 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Milheiro, Suzanna C 08/29-12/16 Tu 2:00-4:50 pm Rennie, Jason R Pharmacy Studies, Pre-Optometry, & Pre-Physician Asst. only
Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: General Chemistry I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete one unit of secondary school chemistry.
CHEM 105-21  MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   De Silva, Nuwan            08/29-12/16
             Th     8:00-10:50 am                 Rennie, Jason R            
	Laboratory Fee  $100
CHEM 105-23 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Kiefer, Philip M 08/29-12/16 Tu 8:00-10:50 am Rennie, Jason R Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: General Chemistry I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete one unit of secondary school chemistry.
CHEM 105-27  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Milheiro, Suzanna C        08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-4:50 pm                  Rennie, Jason R            
	Pharmacy Studies, Pre-Optometry, and Pre-Physician Assistant  majors only
Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 105-59 By Arrangement Books De Silva, Nuwan CLOSED By Arrangement Rennie, Jason R CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: Organic Chemistry I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 106; Corequisite CHEM 219
CHEM 209-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Poirot, Anne               08/29-12/16
CHEM 209-03  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Lee, Keri A                CLOSED 
CHEM 209-05  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Lee, Keri A                CLOSED 
CHEM 209-07  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   McClintock, Sean P         CLOSED 
CHEM 209-09  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   McClintock, Sean P         08/29-12/16

Chemistry: Analytical Methods

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 106; CHEM 221 or concurrently
CHEM 211-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Gerberich, Francis G       08/29-12/16

Chemistry: Organic Chemistry Laboratory I

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 209 or concurrently.
CHEM 219-01  Tu     8:00-11:50 am         Books   Leake, Jonathan            CLOSED 
             Tu     8:00-11:50 am                                            CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
CHEM 219-03 Tu 8:00-11:50 am Books Lee, Keri A CLOSED Tu 8:00-11:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-05 Tu 2:00-5:50 pm Books Foy, Justin T 08/29-12/16 Tu 2:00-5:50 pm Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-07 W 2:00-5:50 pm Books Foy, Justin T CLOSED W 2:00-5:50 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-09 W 2:00-5:50 pm Books Leake, Jonathan 08/29-12/16 W 2:00-5:50 pm Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-11 Th 8:00-11:50 am Books Leake, Jonathan 08/29-12/16 Th 8:00-11:50 am Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-13 Th 8:00-11:50 am Books McClintock, Sean P 08/29-12/16 Th 8:00-11:50 am Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-15 Th 2:00-5:50 pm Books Foy, Justin T 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-5:50 pm Laboratory Fee $100
CHEM 219-17 Th 2:00-5:50 pm Books McClintock, Sean P CLOSED Th 2:00-5:50 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: Analytical Methods Laboratory

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 211 or concurrently.
CHEM 221-03  W      2:00-5:50 pm          Books   Gerberich, Francis G       08/29-12/16
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Chemistry: Biochemistry

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 210 and CHEM 220. CHEM 324 or concurrently. This course taken concurrently with CHEM 324. - Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts & Science students. -
CHEM 314-01  MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Poirot, Anne               CLOSED 
	Major/Class Standing Restricted

Chemistry: Physical Chemistry I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 211; CHEM 221; MATH 124 or MATH 134; MATH 235 or FS 240; PHYS 124 or PHYS 134, and Senior standing. CHEM 327 or concurrently.
CHEM 317-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   De Silva, Nuwan            CLOSED 

Chemistry: Biochemistry Laboratory

1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CHEM 314
CHEM 324-01  Tu     2:00-5:50 pm          Books   Kiefer, Philip M           CLOSED 
             Tu     2:00-5:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
	Major/Class Standing Restricted
Laboratory Fee $100

Chemistry: Physical Chemistry Laboratory I

1 credit, prerequisite: CHEM 317 or concurrently
CHEM 327-01  W      2:00-5:50 pm          Books   De Silva, Nuwan            CLOSED 
             W      2:00-5:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Chemistry: Toxicology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 314 and CHEM 324
CHEM 402-01  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Poirot, Anne               08/29-12/16

Chemistry: Undergraduate Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Senior standing
CHEM 440-01         By Arrangement        Books   Foy, Justin T              08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Criminal Justice: Intro to Criminal Justice

3 credits
CJ 101-01    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Sanchez, Alejandro         08/29-12/16
CJ 101-03    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Regan, Joshua M            08/29-12/16
	Incoming CJ freshmen majors
CJ 101-05 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Barton, David J 08/29-12/16 Incoming CJ freshmen majors
CJ 101-07 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Regan, Joshua M 08/29-12/16 CJ 101-09 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Rosa, Kenneth E 08/29-12/16 Incoming CJ freshmen majors
CJ 101-51 By Arrangement Books Claffey, Jack M 08/29-12/16 Online - asynchronous

Criminal Justice: Criminology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, SO 101, ENGL 132 and ENGL 133 - Satisfies Writing Intensive course (WIC) requirement. - Cross listed as SO 210.
CJ 210-01    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Okeem, Chidike I           CLOSED 
	CJ majors only
CJ 210-03 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Okeem, Chidike I 08/29-12/16 Cross listed with SO 210 03

Criminal Justice: Corrections

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101
CJ 211-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Dunton, Creaig A           08/29-12/16
CJ 211-51           By Arrangement        Books   Muftic, Lisa R             CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Criminal Justice: Intro to Police & Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101
CJ 218-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Barton, David J            08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: The Judicial Process

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 211 or CJ 218.
CJ 234-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Claffey, Jack M            08/29-12/16
CJ 234-51           By Arrangement        Books   Claffey, Jack M            CLOSED 
	Online - asynchronous

Criminal Justice: Women & the Criminal Justice Sys

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101
CJ 302-51           By Arrangement        Books   Muftic, Lisa R             CLOSED 
	Online - asynchronous; CJ majors only

Criminal Justice: Criminal Law

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 234 Formerly CJ 230
CJ 310-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Claffey, Jack M            08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Criminal Investigation

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 218 Formerly CJ 231
CJ 311-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Sanchez, Alejandro         CLOSED 

Criminal Justice: Research Methods in Criminal Justice

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 210
CJ 315-01    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Evidence

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 Formerly CJ 220
CJ 322-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Ford, Thomas J.            08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Writing for the CJ Professional

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 210
CJ 335-59           By Arrangement        Books   Muftic, Lisa R             CLOSED 

Criminal Justice: Ethical Decision Making

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 211 and CJ 218
CJ 340-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Juvenile Delinquency

3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed with SO 342
CJ 342-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Ingham, Alfred T           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Intro to Cyber Crimes

3 credits
CJ 348-41    W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Hanson, Robert N           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Violence Against Women

3 credits
CJ 353-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Dunton, Creaig A           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Intro to Homeland Security & Terrorism

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly CJ 260 "Intro to Terrorism & Homeland Security"
CJ 360-01    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Regan, Joshua M            08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Counter-Terrorism

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 360
CJ 362-01    MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Regan, Joshua M            08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Crim Justice Investigation & Exoneration

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 Formerly ILP 380 "Investigative Reporting"
CJ 420-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Ingham, Alfred T           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Problem Analysis in Victim Studies

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 303
CJ 425-51           By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N           08/29-12/16
	Online - asynchronous

Criminal Justice: Mental Health & Criminal Justice System

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, SO 101, or SW 100 plus Sophomore Standing Cross listed as SO 306 and SO 206 Formerly "Disability & Mental Health Iss CJ" SO 306 and SO 206
CJ 445-01    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Ralph, Patrick J           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Senior Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: CJ major and senior standing.
CJ 450-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Okeem, Chidike I           08/29-12/16

Criminal Justice: Internship in Criminal Justice

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
CJ 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   Dunton, Creaig A           CLOSED 

Construction Management (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Construction Management: Construction CAD

3 credits
CMGT 200-41  M      5:30-6:50 pm          Books   DelSanto, Andrew           CLOSED 
             W      5:30-6:50 pm                                             CLOSED 

Construction Management: Passive and Active Bldg Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing.
CMGT 302-03  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Hou, Yu                    08/29-12/16
	cross listed w/CMGT 302-03

Construction Management: Construction Health and Safety, Risk Mgt

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing.
CMGT 304-01  MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Hou, Yu                    08/29-12/16

Communication (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Communication: Principles of Communication

3 credits
COMM 100-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     08/29-12/16
COMM 100-03  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Davis, Andrea M            08/29-12/16

Communication: Intro to Public Speaking

3 credits
COMM 102-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Chang, Mindy               08/29-12/16

Communication: Mass Communication

3 credits
COMM 205-01  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V       08/29-12/16

Communication: Intro to Communication Research

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100 or COMM 233, or the equivalent
COMM 206-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Davis, Andrea M            08/29-12/16

Communication: Business Writing and Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGL 132 and ENGL 133 w/grades of C- or better. COMM 233 is not open to students who have received credit for COMM 100 or equivalent.
COMM 233-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Davis, Andrea M            CLOSED 
COMM 233-03  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   DeAngelis, Jocelyn A       08/29-12/16
COMM 233-05  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   DeAngelis, Jocelyn A       CLOSED 
COMM 233-51         By Arrangement        Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     CLOSED 
	Online - Asynchronous

Communication: Video Editing and Production

4 credits
COMM 245-01  MF     3:00-4:50 pm          Books   Dahm, Jeffrey M            08/29-12/16
                                                  Naglieri, Michael P        
	Laboratory Fee  $200

Communication: Video Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 241 or COMM 245, or take concurrently, & Sophomore standing
COMM 251-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     08/29-12/16
	Laboratory Fee  $200

Communication: Intro to Public Relations

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100, or COMM 233, or the equivalent.
COMM 285-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   DeAngelis, Jocelyn A       08/29-12/16

Communication: Small Group Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100, COMM 201, or COMM 233, or the equivalent, and Junior standing.
COMM 320-51         By Arrangement        Books   Chang, Mindy               08/29-12/16
	Online - Asynchronous

Communication: Business Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and 2 courses in ENGL writing w/grades of "C-" or better.
COMM 340-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     08/29-12/16

Communication: Intercultural Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100 or COMM 233, or equivalent, and Junior standing.
COMM 348-01  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Chang, Mindy               08/29-12/16

Communication: Internship in Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
COMM 480-01         By Arrangement        Books   Battema, Doug              CLOSED 
COMM 480-03         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

Communication: Internship in Communication

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
COMM 481-01         By Arrangement        Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     CLOSED 
COMM 481-03         By Arrangement        Books   Battema, Doug              CLOSED 

Computer Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Computer Engineering: Data Struc Embedded Firmware Design

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 271, EE 285, and ENGR 105/HONE 105.
CPE 305-01   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Sah, Love K                08/29-12/16

Computer Engineering: Microprocessors I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 271 or EE 285, or equivalent.
CPE 310-01   MW     12:00-1:20 pm         Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16
	CS MAJORS ONLY
CPE 310-03 MW 12:00-1:20 pm Books Purkayastha, Arnab Ardhendu 08/29-12/16

Computer Engineering: Computer Architecture

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 310 and CPE 271 Cross listed with CPE 520
CPE 420-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Qouneh, Amer               08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-520-01

Computer Engineering: Internet of Things (IoT)

3 credits, prerequisite: A programming language (e.g. C/C++), and CPE senior standing or EE senior standing. Cross listed as CPE 522
CPE 422-01   MW     10:00-11:20 am        Books   Qouneh, Amer               08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-522-01

Computer Engineering: Software Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: A structured programming language. Cross listed as CPE 525
CPE 425-41   M      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Despang, Bob S             08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-525-41 & CS 490-41

Computer Engineering: Computer Engineering Laboratory III

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 360, Corequisite CPE-420
CPE 427-01   Th     1:00-2:00 pm          Books   Qouneh, Amer               08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-5:00 pm                                             

Computer Engineering: Project Research, Innovat & Develop

2 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing
CPE 436-01   F      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Computer Engineering: Professional Awareness

1 credit, prerequisite: Graduating Senior Standing
CPE 439-01   M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Computer Engineering: Senior Design Projects

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 436 and CPE 439
CPE 440-01   F      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Computer Science (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Computer Science: Intro to Computing

4 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed w/IT 101
CS 101-01    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Willemain, John            CLOSED 
             TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Willemain, John            CLOSED 
	Cross listed with IT 101-01
Laboratory Fee $50
CS 101-03 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Willemain, John CLOSED TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Willemain, John CLOSED Cross listed with IT 101-03
Laboratory Fee $50

Computer Science: Computing for the Arts & Sciences

3 credits, prerequisite: Not open to those who have completed CS 101, CS 133, or IT 101.
CS 131-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Brennan, Heather           08/29-12/16
	Not open to those who have completed:  CS 101, CS 133, or IT 101
Laboratory Fee $50
CS 131-03 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Brennan, Heather 08/29-12/16 Not open to those who have completed CS 101, CS 133, or IT 101
Laboratory Fee $50
CS 131-05 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Brennan, Heather 08/29-12/16 Not open to those who have completed CS 101 CS 133, or IT 101
Laboratory Fee $50
CS 131-07 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Walz, Robert E 08/29-12/16 Not open to those who have completed CS 101 CS 133, or IT 101
Laboratory Fee $50

Computer Science: Data Structures

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 102, IT 102 or CS 171 Cross listed w/IT 200
CS 200-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Jackson, Stoney Lee        08/29-12/16
             Tu     3:30-6:10 pm                                             
	Cross listed w/ IT 200-01
Laboratory Fee $50
CS 200-03 MW 3:30-4:50 pm Books O'Neill, Brian C 08/29-12/16 Th 3:30-6:10 pm Cross listed with IT 200-03
Laboratory Fee $50

Computer Science: Digital Forensics I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 101/IT 101 or CS 132, & Junior or Senior standing, or instructor's permission formerly Computer Forensics, Tools & Process
CS 300-41    Tu     5:30-8:10 pm          Books   Contabile, Vic S           08/29-12/16

Computer Science: Programming Language

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 200/IT 200, & CS 210, or instructor permission formerly Organization of Program Languages formerly Programming Paradigms
CS 351-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Jackson, Stoney Lee        08/29-12/16

Computer Science: Design & Analysis of Algorithms

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 200/IT 200, & CS 210, or instructor permission.
CS 366-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Hansen, Lisa               08/29-12/16

Computer Science: Software Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 200/IT 200, CS 210 and CS 220, and senior standing.
CS 490-41    M      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Despang, Bob S             CLOSED 
	cross-listed with CPE 425/525

Cultures (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Cultures: Discovering India

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C".
CUL 220-01   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Murthy, Ranganath S        08/29-12/16

Cultures: Cuban Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "CA."
CUL 253-51          By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Christopher L       CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Cultures: East Africa

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C".
CUL 273-51          By Arrangement        Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V       08/29-12/16
	Online - Asynchronous
CUL 273-53 By Arrangement Books Higiro, Jean-Marie V 08/29-12/16 Online - Asynchronous

Cultures: Colombia: Nation and Culture

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing cross listed as HIST 277 - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C" or the Historical Perspective.
CUL 277-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Clark, Meri L              08/29-12/16
	combined w/HIST 277-01
CUL 277-03 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Clark, Meri L 08/29-12/16 combined w/HIST 277-03

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
CUL 291-01   M      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Dancs, Anita               08/29-12/16
             W      0:00-0:00 am                                             
	ST: The Magyars: Past & Past - The Magyars were equestrian nomads who migrated from the east into the Carpathian Basis. Bringing their culture, including their unusual language, they eventually adopted Western social, economic and political institutions. This course explores the evolution of Hungarian culture from the origins of the Magyar state to the rise of the Hungarian Kingdom to today's smaller, more homogenous country. We will study conflict and cooperation between Hungary and other countries as well as the Magyars' relationships with minority populations within the country such as the Roma. We will also survey representations of culture in literature and the performing and visual arts. - This course is taught as a hybrid course with some class meetings and significant online work.   Meets the Elements of Culture ("CA") requirement for Business and Engineering or the Global Cultures (CUL) requirement for Arts & Sciences.

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
CUL 291-41   M      5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Dancs, Anita               CLOSED 
             W      5:00-6:20 pm                                             CLOSED 
	Hybrid - oncampus M and online W - asynchronous -  ST: The Magyars: Past & Past - The Magyars were equestrian nomads who migrated from the east into the Carpathian Basis. Bringing their culture, including their unusual language, they eventually adopted Western social, economic and political institutions. This course explores the evolution of Hungarian culture from the origins of the Magyar state to the rise of the Hungarian Kingdom to today's smaller, more homogenous country. We will study conflict and cooperation between Hungary and other countries as well as the Magyars' relationships with minority populations within the country such as the Roma. We will also survey representations of culture in literature and the performing and visual arts. - This course is taught as a hybrid course with some class meetings and significant online work.   Meets the Elements of Culture ("CA") requirement for Business and Engineering or the Global Cultures (CUL) requirement for Arts & Sciences.

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
CUL 293-41   Tu     5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Simpson, Michaela M        CLOSED 
	ST: Canadian Cultures -  Canada has been described as "founded, after all, by those who lost the Revolution," lacking "a core identity but having shared values [and]. being the first post-national state."  In this course we will explore key points in Canadian history, key leaders that inspired Canadians, created Canadian organizations, helped build the country, helped govern the nation, and fought for their beliefs.  We will discuss social issues, why Canada has legal definitions for "person" and "sorry," and the consequences. We will explore Canadian culture, cuisine, humour, mannerisms, media, arts, and sports.  We will discuss First Nations Peoples, the French-English divide, and what it means to live in a modern multicultural society.  We will learn about shinny and weird Canadian words like scob, money called "loonies" and "toonies," and more!  Finally, you will be able to explain the significance of these terms, concepts, events, and people to Canadians and possibly the world.

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
CUL 299-01   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Chang, Mindy               08/29-12/16
	ST:Taiwan at a Crossroad: Taiwan's Global Impacts - This course is designed to introduce students to the global impacts that Taiwan exerts historically, culturally, politically, and technologically.  Students will learn about her political, economic, social, cultural beliefs and values, and how her unique political "status" facilitates and/or inhibits international/intercultural relations and security, especially among China, Japan, and the United States.  Students will be able to investigate, participate, and explore various aspects of the Taiwanese culture and her global impacts.  By increasing the awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of Taiwan's global role, students will learn different perspectives of the world and in turn compare and contrast various world views. As a result, they will reflect, examine, and identify how they develop their own worldview as well as critically explore how the geo-political power plays challenge and/or influence their worldview.   Meets the Elements of Culture ("CA") requirement for Business and Engineering or the Global Cultures (CUL) requirement for Arts & Sciences.

Economics (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Economics: Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits, prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken EC 117 or EC 206.
EC 111-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Murthy, Ranganath S        CLOSED 
EC 111-03    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Murthy, Ranganath S        CLOSED 
EC 111-05    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Alim, Zahiruddin           CLOSED 
EC 111-07    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Murthy, Ranganath S        08/29-12/16
EC 111-09    MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Alim, Zahiruddin           CLOSED 

Economics: Principles of Microeconomics

3 credits, prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken EC 117 or EC 206.
EC 111-15    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Casimir, Schiller S        CLOSED 
EC 111-17    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Casimir, Schiller S        CLOSED 
EC 111-19    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Dawson, Judith             08/29-12/16
             TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                                             
	Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
EC 111-51 By Arrangement Books Eskot, Herbert 08/29-12/16 Online with Kodiak - Asynchronous

Economics: Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111 or EC 201. Not open to students who have completed EC 117 or EC 205
EC 112-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Dancs, Anita               08/29-12/16
EC 112-03    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Dancs, Anita               08/29-12/16
EC 112-05    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Casimir, Schiller S        08/29-12/16

Economics: Principles of Macroeconomics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111 or EC 201. Not open to students who have completed EC 117 or EC 205
EC 112-51           By Arrangement        Books   Eskot, Herbert             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Economics: Money & Banking

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 112 or EC 117 and MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133
EC 311-51           By Arrangement        Books   Casimir, Schiller S        08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Economics: Economic Development

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111 or EC 117
EC 321-51           By Arrangement        Books   Dawson, Judith             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Economics: The Economics of Sports

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 105 or EC 111 or EC 117 or EC 207
EC 340-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Eskot, Herbert             08/29-12/16
                    By Arrangement                                           
	Hybrid - oncampus & online

Economics: International Monetary Economics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 112 or EC 117.
EC 371-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Casimir, Schiller S        08/29-12/16

Education (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Education: Secondary Prepracticum I

1 credit, prerequisite: Secondary Education Majors Only, or permission of instructor.
ED 202-59           By Arrangement        Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       08/29-12/16

Education: Reading & Language Arts: Theory & Method

3 credits, prerequisite: Enrollment in Elementary Education Program or permission of or permission of instructor. Formerly "Teaching of Elementary Reading and Language Arts"
ED 350-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Patterson, Deb E           08/29-12/16

Education: Secondary Prepracticum II

1 credit, prerequisite: Secondary Education Majors only, or permission of instructor. Secondary Education Majors Only
ED 366-59           By Arrangement        Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       CLOSED 

Education: Methods-Teaching Secondary Schools

3 credits, prerequisite: Secondary Education Majors only, ED 120 and ED 275, or permission of instructor.
ED 403-01    MTuWThF1:00-3:40 pm          Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       08/29-09/23

Education: Practicum in Secondary Teaching

9 credits, prerequisite: Secondary Education Majors only, ED 120 and ED 275, or permission of instructor.
ED 409-01    MTuWThF7:30 am-3:00 pm       Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       09/26-12/16

Education: Secondary Practicum Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: Secondary Education Majors only, ED 120 and ED 275, or permission of instructor.
ED 410-01    W      4:00-6:40 pm          Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       09/23-12/16
	offered 9/23 - 12/16

Education: Infusing Curr W/Arts, Health, & Tech

3 credits, prerequisite: Education Majors only, and complete ED 275, ED 350, ED 365, ED 375, or permission of instructor. Formerly "Elementary Education Topics"
ED 425-01    MTuWThF1:45-4:15 pm          Books   Shattuck, Tamara           08/29-09/22
	offered 8/29 - 9/22

Education: Elementary Teaching Practicum

9 credits, prerequisite: Elementary Education Majors only, complete ED 275, ED 350, ED 365, and ED 375, or permission of instructor.
ED 479-01    MTuWThF8:00 am-3:30 pm       Books   Shattuck, Tamara           08/29-12/16

Education: Elementary Practicum Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: Elementary Education Majors only, complete ED 275, ED 350, ED 365, and ED 375, or permission of instructor.
ED 480-01    W      4:00-6:40 pm          Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       09/23-12/16
	offered 9/23 - 12/16

Electrical Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of C. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 236 and PHYS 134.
EE 205-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Burke, John J              08/29-12/16
             Tu     2:00-4:50 pm                  Lewis, Winston             
	lecture combined -01 & -03 sections
EE 205-03 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Burke, John J 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-4:50 pm Lewis, Winston lecture combined -01 & -03 sections
EE 205-05 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Books Morehouse, Todd M. 08/29-12/16 M 2:00-4:50 pm Lewis, Winston lecture combined -05 & -07 sections
EE 205-07 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Books Morehouse, Todd M. CLOSED W 2:00-4:50 pm Lewis, Winston CLOSED lecture combined -05 & -07 sections
EE 205-09 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Sah, Love K 08/29-12/16 Tu 8:00-10:50 am Lewis, Winston lecture combined with the -11 & -17 sections
EE 205-11 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Lewis, Winston 08/29-12/16 Th 8:00-10:50 am Sah, Love K lecture combined with the -09 & -17 sections

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of C. Pre- or corequisite: MATH 236 and PHYS 134.
EE 205-17    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Sah, Love K                08/29-12/16
             M      8:00-10:50 am                 Lewis, Winston             
	lecture combined with the -09 & -11 sections

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering II

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 205 or HONE 205 and Pre- or Corequisite MATH 236
EE 206-59           By Arrangement        Books   Burke, John J              CLOSED 

Electrical Engineering: Signals & Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 236, and Pre- or Corequisite EE 206.
EE 301-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Electronic Circuits

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 206 or equivalent and corequisite EE 319 Formerly "Introduction to Microelectronic Circuits I"
EE 303-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Adamshick, Stephen J       08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Electromagnetic Fields & Waves

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 206 or equivalent
EE 314-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Burke, John J              08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering Laboratory I

2 credits, prerequisite: Take EE 303 concurrently.
EE 319-01    Tu     2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Burke, John J              CLOSED 
EE 319-41    Tu     5:30-8:30 pm          Books   Burke, John J              CLOSED 

Electrical Engineering: Control Systems

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 301 or ME 320 or BME 202
EE 422-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering Lab III

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 322.
EE 427-03    Th     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Northrup, Steven G         08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-5:00 pm                                             
EE 427-41    Th     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Northrup, Steven G         CLOSED 
             Th     6:30-8:30 pm                                             CLOSED 

Electrical Engineering: Project Research, Innovation & Dev

2 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing
EE 436-01    F      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Design Projects

3 credits, prerequisite: Corequisite EE 439, and approval of the department
EE 437-01           By Arrangement        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Professional Preparation

1 credit, prerequisite: Senior standing
EE 439-01    M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Senior Design Projects

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 439 and EE 436
EE 440-01    F      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            08/29-12/16

Electrical Engineering: Neural Networks - Deep Learning

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 236 or concurrently Cross listed with EE 545 - Formerly "Neural Networks"
EE 445-01    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          08/29-12/16
	combined w/EE-545-01

Electrical Engineering: Silicon Photonics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 314 or equivalent Corequisite EE 312 formerly "Intro to Electro Optics"
EE 448-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Adamshick, Stephen J       08/29-12/16
	combined w/EE-548-01

Electrical Engineering: Wave Transmission & Reception

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 314 Cross listed as EE 557
EE 457-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Burke, John J              08/29-12/16
	cross-listed w/EE 557-01

Electrical Engineering: Internship in Electrial Engineer

3 credits, prerequisite: At least Junior standing and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
EE 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            CLOSED 

English (return to Undergraduate Course table)

English: English Composition IA

3 credits, prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
ENGL 130-01  MW     8:00-8:50 am          Books   Wardrop, Stephanie E       08/29-12/16
             F      8:00-8:50 am                                             
	Laboratory Fee  $50
ENGL 130-02 MW 10:00-10:50 am Books Grohe, William E 08/29-12/16 F 10:00-10:50 am Grohe, William E Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-03 MW 2:00-2:50 pm Books Grohe, William E 08/29-12/16 F 2:00-2:50 pm Grohe, William E Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-04 Th 9:30-10:50 am Books Chipkin, Robert 08/29-12/16 Tu 9:30-10:50 am Chipkin, Robert Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-05 Th 8:00-9:20 am Books Chipkin, Robert 08/29-12/16 Tu 8:00-9:20 am Chipkin, Robert Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-06 MW 10:00-10:50 am Books Yurkunas, Catherine D. 08/29-12/16 F 10:00-10:50 am Yurkunas, Catherine D. Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-07 MW 9:00-9:50 am Books Crosier, Janet 08/29-12/16 F 9:00-9:50 am Crosier, Janet Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-08 MW 12:00-12:50 pm Books Abbasi, Zubia CLOSED F 12:00-12:50 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-10 MW 11:00-11:50 am Books Crosier, Janet 08/29-12/16 F 11:00-11:50 am Crosier, Janet Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 130-51 MW 9:00-9:50 am Books Oleksak, Linda 08/29-12/16 F 9:00-9:50 am Online - synchronous
Laboratory Fee $50

English: English Composition I

3 credits, prerequisite: A grade of "C-" or better in ENGL 130, or successful performance on WNEU English placement exam
ENGL 132-01  WF     8:00-8:50 am          Books   Miller, Michael S          08/29-12/16
             M      8:00-8:50 am                                             
	Laboratory Fee  $50
ENGL 132-02 MF 9:00-9:50 am Books Strait, Cody R. 08/29-12/16 W 9:00-9:50 am Strait, Cody R. Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-03 WF 10:00-10:50 am Books Bevacqua, Daniel 08/29-12/16 M 10:00-10:50 am Bevacqua, Daniel Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-04 MF 10:00-10:50 am Books Whitehead, Margaret 08/29-12/16 W 10:00-10:50 am Whitehead, Margaret Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-05 WF 11:00-11:50 am Books Rhodes, Winthrop G 08/29-12/16 M 11:00-11:50 am Rhodes, Winthrop G Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-06 MF 11:00-11:50 am Books Strait, Cody R. 08/29-12/16 W 11:00-11:50 am Strait, Cody R. Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-07 WF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Yurkunas, Catherine D. 08/29-12/16 M 12:00-12:50 pm Yurkunas, Catherine D. Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-08 MF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Whitehead, Margaret 08/29-12/16 W 12:00-12:50 pm Whitehead, Margaret Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-09 WF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Virzi, Sam 08/29-12/16 M 1:00-1:50 pm Virzi, Sam Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-10 MW 1:00-1:50 pm Books Rhodes, Winthrop G 08/29-12/16 F 1:00-1:50 pm Rhodes, Winthrop G Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-11 MF 2:00-2:50 pm Books Virzi, Sam 08/29-12/16 W 2:00-2:50 pm Virzi, Sam Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-12 MF 3:00-3:50 pm Books Virzi, Sam 08/29-12/16 W 3:00-3:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-13 Tu 9:30-10:50 am Books Volk, Jonathan P CLOSED Th 9:30-10:50 am Volk, Jonathan P CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-14 Tu 9:30-10:50 am Books Matus, Don CLOSED Th 9:30-10:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-15 Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Wesp, Edward 08/29-12/16 Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-16 Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Bowdan, Janet 08/29-12/16 Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-17 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Books Volk, Jonathan P 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Hybrid - oncampus lecture + online lab synchronous
Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-18 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Books Sharick, Michael 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-19 Th 3:30-4:50 pm Books Williams, John D 08/29-12/16 Tu 3:30-4:50 pm Williams, John D Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-20 Tu 3:30-4:50 pm Books Battema, Doug 08/29-12/16 Th 3:30-4:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-21 Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Matus, Don 08/29-12/16 Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 132-22 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Books Chipkin, Robert 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Laboratory Fee $50

English: English Composition II

3 credits, prerequisite: A grade of C- or better in ENGL 131, ENGL 132, or ENGL 140-level, or the equivalent.
ENGL 133-01  MF     12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Grohe, William E           CLOSED 
             W      12:00-12:50 pm                Grohe, William E           CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $50
ENGL 133-02 MF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Miller, Michael S CLOSED W 1:00-1:50 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 133-03 Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Volk, Jonathan P CLOSED Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Volk, Jonathan P CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 133-04 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Books Matus, Don CLOSED Tu 2:00-3:20 pm CLOSED Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 133-05 MF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Strait, Cody R. CLOSED W 1:00-1:50 pm Strait, Cody R. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
ENGL 133-06 W 3:30-4:50 pm Books Grohe, William E 08/29-12/16 M 3:30-4:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50

English: Masterpieces-British Literature II

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 232-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Wardrop, Stephanie E       CLOSED 

English: Creative Writing

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 237-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Bevacqua, Daniel           CLOSED 
	cross listed w/ENGL 237-11
ENGL 237-03 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Bevacqua, Daniel 08/29-12/16 cross-listed with ENGL 237-09

English: Creative Writing

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 237-09  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Bevacqua, Daniel           08/29-12/16
	cross-listed with ENGL 237-03 - Reserved for Creative Writing Majors
ENGL 237-11 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Bevacqua, Daniel CLOSED cross listed w/ENGL 237-01 - Reserved for Creative Writing Majors

English: Editing

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair.
ENGL 240-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bowdan, Janet              08/29-12/16

English: American Literature II

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 252-01  MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         CLOSED 

English: Special Topics in English

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 290-03  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Wardrop, Stephanie E       08/29-12/16
	ST: LGBTIQA Literature - This course will examine literature and other texts by, for, and about LGBTQIA+ sexualities. We'll read poetry, novels, short stories,essays, case studies,and a variety of popular culture texts. In fact, your final project will involve analyzing the pop culture text of your choice.

English: Approaches to Study of Literature

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133 and one literary survey, or permission of English Chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 302-01  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Wesp, Edward               08/29-12/16

English: Readings in 20th Cent Brit Lit

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 329-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Bowdan, Janet              08/29-12/16

English: Indep Study in English

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
ENGL 333-01         By Arrangement        Books   Bevacqua, Daniel           CLOSED 
ENGL 333-03         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

English: Independent Study in English

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
ENGL 334-01         By Arrangement        Books   Wesp, Edward               CLOSED 

English: Ethnic American Literature

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair - Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 336-03  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V          08/29-12/16

English: Major Authors:

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing. "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students. This course can be repeated for credit if topic changes.
ENGL 338-51  MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Wesp, Edward               08/29-12/16
	Online - Synchronous

English: Fiction Workshop

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair - Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 351-01  WF     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Bevacqua, Daniel           08/29-12/16

English: Creative Nonfiction Workshop

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students. This course can be repeated for credit with Chair's permission.
ENGL 354-01  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Crutchfield, Christy       08/29-12/16

English: World Short Stories

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C-" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English Chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
ENGL 376-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Crutchfield, Christy       CLOSED 

English: Internship in English

3 credits, prerequisite: At least junior standing and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
ENGL 480-01         By Arrangement        Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         CLOSED 
ENGL 480-03         By Arrangement        Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J       CLOSED 

English: Internship in English

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
ENGL 481-01         By Arrangement        Books   Wesp, Edward               CLOSED 

Engineering-General (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Engineering-General: First Year Engineering Seminar

1 credit, prerequisite: Freshman Engineering major Freshman Engineering major.
ENGR 102-01  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           CLOSED 
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
ENGR 102-03  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                                             
ENGR 102-05  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                                             
ENGR 102-07  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                                             
ENGR 102-09  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                  Rios, Sophia               
ENGR 102-11  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                  Rios, Sophia               
ENGR 102-13  F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
             F      3:00-4:50 pm                  Rios, Sophia               

Engineering-General: Intro to Engineering

4 credits, prerequisite: Freshman Engineering major Freshman Engineering major.
ENGR 103-01  TuTh   8:00-10:50 am         Books   Benner, Jingru             CLOSED 
             TuTh   8:00-10:50 am                                            CLOSED 
ENGR 103-03  TuTh   8:00-10:50 am         Books   Lee, Chang Hoon            CLOSED 
             TuTh   8:00-10:50 am                                            CLOSED 
ENGR 103-05  TuTh   8:00-10:50 am         Books   Purkayastha, Arnab Ardhendu  CLOSED 
             TuTh   8:00-10:50 am                                            CLOSED 
ENGR 103-07  TuTh   2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Murray, Lisa K.            CLOSED 
             TuTh   2:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
ENGR 103-09  TuTh   2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Romoser, Matthew           CLOSED 
             TuTh   2:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
ENGR 103-11  MW     2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Gettens, Robert T T        CLOSED 
             MW     2:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
ENGR 103-13  MW     2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Murray, Lisa K.            CLOSED 
             MW     2:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 

Engineering-General: Computer Programming for Engineers

2 credits, prerequisite: College of Engineering student Cross listed as HONE 105
ENGR 105-01  WF     11:00-11:50 am        Books   Sah, Love K                08/29-12/16

Entrepreneur (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Entrepreneur: Entrepreneurship & Innovation

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Formerly MAN 251
ENTR 251-51  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - synchronous

Film (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Film: The History of Film

3 credits
FILM 102-01  Tu     3:30-6:30 pm          Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        08/29-12/16
FILM 102-03  Th     3:30-6:30 pm          Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        08/29-12/16

Film: Studies in Mainstream Film

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Formerly FILM 301 - This course can be repeated for credit if the topic changes.
FILM 201-51         By Arrangement        Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        CLOSED 
	Taught Online - asynchronous

Finance (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Finance: Intro to Finance

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133 and Complete or concurrent AC-101 or HONB-203 or AC-201;
FIN 214-01   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Schmutz, Bryan P           CLOSED 
FIN 214-03   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Durr, Wayne A              CLOSED 
FIN 214-51          By Arrangement        Books   Erik-Soussi, Sharif        CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Finance: Insurance & Risk

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
FIN 300-51          By Arrangement        Books   Schmutz, Bryan P           CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Finance: Investments

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214. Formerly FIN 417
FIN 317-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Wang, Yong                 CLOSED 

Finance: Security Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 317 with minimum grade of C-. Formerly FIN 418
FIN 318-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Wang, Yong                 08/29-12/16

Finance: Intermediate Corporate Finance

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214 formerly "Intermed Corporation Finance"
FIN 320-01   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Schmutz, Bryan P           CLOSED 

Finance: Indep Study in Finance

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
FIN 333-59          By Arrangement        Books   Schmutz, Bryan P           CLOSED 

Finance: Advanced Corporate Finance

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 320 with grade of "C" or better. formerly "Adv Corporation Finance"
FIN 350-01   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Durr, Wayne A              08/29-12/16

Finance: Financial Statement Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214, and AC-305 or FIN 320
FIN 405-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Durr, Wayne A              CLOSED 

Finance: Internship in Finance

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
FIN 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Wang, Yong                 CLOSED 
FIN 480-03          By Arrangement        Books   Durr, Wayne A              CLOSED 

Forensic Science (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Forensic Science: Introduction to Forensics

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, and FB or FC major, or permission.
FS 201-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Wurm, Alex                 08/29-12/16
             Th     8:00-10:50 am                 Gibson-Daw, Georgiana C    
	Lect combined with 03
Laboratory Fee $100
FS 201-03 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Wurm, Alex 08/29-12/16 Th 11:00 am-1:50 pm Gibson-Daw, Georgiana C Lecture combined with 01
Laboratory Fee $100

Forensic Science: Crime Scene Processing

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FS 201 and FS 240; and CHEM-209 or concurrently. For Forensic Biology and Forensic Chemistry majors only.
FS 310-01    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Ingham, Alfred T           08/29-12/16

Forensic Science: Criminalistics I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete FS 310 and CHEM 210 Formerly FS 325
FS 425-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Gibson-Daw, Georgiana C    08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-4:50 pm                  Gibson-Daw, Georgiana C    
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Forensic Science: Undergraduate Research

given a form authorizing registration for the work. credits, prerequisite: In order to enroll for undergraduate research, the student must make arrangements in writing prior to registration. Applications are available from the deans of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Business, and Engineering. Applications must have the signatures of the student, the faculty supervisor, and the department chair. If the dean of the College approves the application, the student will be given a form authorizing registration for the work.
FS 440-01           By Arrangement        Books   Holmes, Dawn               CLOSED 
FS 440-03           By Arrangement        Books   Foy, Justin T              CLOSED 

Geology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Geology: Physical Geology

3 credits
GEOL 101-01  WF     10:00-10:50 am        Books   Hatten, Daniel             CLOSED 
             W      2:00-4:50 pm                  Hatten, Daniel             CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
GEOL 101-03 WF 11:00-11:50 am Books Jaefari, Akbar CLOSED Th 2:00-4:50 pm Jaefari, Akbar CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

History (return to Undergraduate Course table)

History: United States History to 1877

3 credits
HIST 111-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         08/29-12/16
	Freshmen Only section -  Combined with HIST 111-03
HIST 111-03 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Beagle, Jonathan M CLOSED seats for HIST & ELEM Ed HIST majors
HIST 111-05 MWF 2:00-2:50 pm Books Beagle, Jonathan M CLOSED Freshmen Only section

History: United States History 1878 to Present

3 credits
HIST 112-01  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       CLOSED 
	Freshmen Only section

History: Modern Europe, 1815-Present

3 credits
HIST 133-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Plum, Catherine J          CLOSED 
HIST 133-03  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Plum, Catherine J          CLOSED 

History: Special Topics in History

3 credits
HIST 190-03  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Castonguay, Andrea L       08/29-12/16
	ST: The African Mediterranean: From Perpetua to the Portuguese -  This course provides an overview of the history of the African Mediterranean, from the region's incorporation into the Roman Empire and the rise of Christianity among the population in Antiquity, its gradual incorporation into the wider Muslim world during the Middle Ages, and the impact of Portuguese and Ottoman states in the 16th century CE.  Our course begins with North Africa during the Roman Republic, then follows its inhabitants as they find their place within the Roman state, shape the rise of Christianity and various religious practices in the region, and cope with the disintegration of the Roman Empire and with it, the Roman Mediterranean.  The second half of the course examines the new African rulers that sprung up during the Middle Ages By the end of the course, you will be able to articulate the multi-faceted history of the region as a distinct historical, geographical, and cultural space, and the ways in which North Africa expands your understanding of the Classical and Medieval ages.

History: World History, Prehistory-1500 CE

3 credits
HIST 205-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Dawson, Marc               CLOSED 
             MWF    9:00-9:50 am                                             CLOSED 
	Freshmen Only section -  Combined with HIST 205-03 - Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
HIST 205-03 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Dawson, Marc 08/29-12/16 MWF 9:00-9:50 am seats for HIST & ELEM EDU HIST majors - Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
HIST 205-05 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Dawson, Marc CLOSED By Arrangement CLOSED Hybrid - oncampus & online synchronous
HIST 205-07 TuTh 2:00-3:30 pm Books Castonguay, Andrea L 08/29-12/16

History: World History, 1500 CE-Present

3 credits
HIST 206-51         By Arrangement        Books   Clark, Meri L              CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
HIST 206-53 By Arrangement Books Clark, Meri L CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

History: The United States in Vietnam

3 credits
HIST 259-01  MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       CLOSED 
	combined w/HIST 259-03
HIST 259-03 MW 8:30-9:50 am Books Baick, John Seung-Ho 08/29-12/16 combined w/HIST 259-01 - History majors section

History: Colombia: Nation and Culture

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore Standing cross listed as CUL 277 - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C" or the Historical Perspective.
HIST 277-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Clark, Meri L              08/29-12/16
	combined w/CUL 277-01
HIST 277-03 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Clark, Meri L 08/29-12/16 combined w/CUL 277-03

History: Sophomore Methods Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete 6 credits of 100-level HIST.
HIST 289-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         08/29-12/16

History: Special Topics in History

3 credits
HIST 290-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Castonguay, Andrea L       CLOSED 
	ST: Rome -  The aim of this class is to introduce students to the 2,500-year history of Rome as it grew from a small urban foundation among seven hills in the Latium to an empire that profoundly shaped and affected the European, African, and Asian worlds along social, political, racial, economic, and religious lines.  We will cover this history chronologically and thematically through primary and secondary sources, working our way from Rome's mythical past in the 1st millennium BCE up to the end of the Roman Empire in 1453 with the conquest of Constantinople and the death of the last Roman Emperor, Constantine XI.  Throughout the course, students will lead and participate in class discussions, read and reflect upon major developments within Roman society, and come away with a deeper understanding of why Rome still holds tremendous sway and influence over our modern world.

History: Indep Study in History

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
HIST 333-01         By Arrangement        Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 
HIST 333-03         By Arrangement        Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       CLOSED 

History: German History Since 1871

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
HIST 341-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Plum, Catherine J          08/29-12/16

History: Internship in History

2 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
HIST 480-01         By Arrangement        Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 

History: Senior Thesis in History

2 credits, prerequisite: 15 crs of HIST, Senior standing, & permission of instructor.
HIST 495-59         By Arrangement        Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 

History: Senior Thesis in History

2 credits, prerequisite: 15 crs of HIST, Senior standing, & permission of instructor.
HIST 496-59         By Arrangement        Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       08/29-12/16

Honors Program (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Honors Program: Cities & Societies

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program. Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 102-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       08/29-12/16
	Freshmen Only section -  Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 102-03 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Baick, John Seung-Ho 08/29-12/16 Freshmen Only section - Open to all Honors Program students.

Honors Program: HONORS Introduction to Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program - equivalent to PSY 101 - Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 140-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Castellano, Alison N       08/29-12/16
	Open to all Honors Program students.

Honors Program: HONORS Introduction to Philosophy

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program - equivalent to PH 103 - Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 150-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Salazar, Heather L         CLOSED 
             F      10:00-10:50 am                                           CLOSED 
	cross-listed with HON 150-03 - Hybrid - MW oncampus & F online - asynchronously - Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 150-03 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Salazar, Heather L 08/29-12/16 F 10:00-10:50 am Freshmen Only Section - cross-listed with HON 150-01 - Hybrid - MW oncampus & F online - asynchronously - Open to all Honors Program students.

Honors Program: Special Topics in Honors Seminar

1 credit, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 190-01   Tu     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Battema, Doug              08/29-12/16
	ST: Telling Your Story -  This course is designed to help honors students in the College of Arts & Sciences develop their storytelling skills, articulating for themselves and others their understanding of and reflection upon a meaningful personal experience. In doing so, students will understand that no matter what their major, their career, or their personal path in life, their story can and will be important - and their ability to relate that story can help them connect with others on a much deeper and more productive level. Students will devote the semester to identifying, writing, and rehearsing a story from their personal experience that contains comedic and dramatic elements - then deliver the final polished product live, before an audience, without notes.

Honors Program: Foundation/Ideas of Natural Science

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors program. Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 220-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Martini, Karl              08/29-12/16
             M      2:00-4:00 pm                  Martini, Karl              
	Open to all Honors Program students.

Honors Program: The Politics & Business of Food

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program. Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 301-01   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Fairman, Peter             08/29-12/16
	Open to all Honors Program students.

Honors Program: Special Topics in Honors Seminar

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program. Open to all Honors Program students.
HON 394-01   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Wesp, Edward               08/29-12/16
	ST: The Art and Craft of Video Games - In this course we will explore video games as a cultural form, looking at how they reflect and convey ideas about the world in which they are produced and played.  We will think about video games in the larger context of popular culture, alongside media such as television and film, but we will also look at the elements that make games unique.  We will consider the ways that variable content and rules shape games' ability to comment on identity and society. - Open to all Honors Program students.

Honors Business (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Honors Business: Special Topics in Honors Business

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the CoB Honors program
HONB 190-01  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Cotton-Nessler, Natalie C  08/29-12/16
	ST:Honors Business Seminar -  Pre-req: Admittance into COB Honors Program - This is a course designed specifically for honor students new to the study of business in a university setting. Students will have the opportunity to develop their business vocabulary and advance critical and analytical thinking skills for addressing business issues. Students will be introduced to concepts associated with and the contribution of the core business functions of marketing, management, finance, accounting, human resources, and information systems. A component of the course focuses on personal and professional development through the acquisition of skills in time management, oral presentations, working in teams, information literacy and career choice. There is a high level of interaction with faculty and peers both inside and outside the classroom.

Honors Business: Special Topics in Honors Business

1 credit, prerequisite: Acceptance into the CoB Honors program
HONB 191-01  F      1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Forray, Jeanie M           CLOSED 
             F      1:00-1:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
	ST: Future of Work and Industry in Springfield, MA -  Prerequisite: Admittance into the COB Honors Program - 1 credit - Grading: pass/fail - This course is designed to provide students with an introduction the business community and industries in the Springfield, MA region. Students will explore the future of work by looking at the history, current state, and future of work in the region. Students will have an opportunity to: learn about the industries and business in the area; identify resources available in the community; opportunities for engaging the business community; hear speakers from the local community; and, visit local businesses.

Honors Business: Managing People & Processes in Org

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Business Honors Program or consent of the Business Honors Coordinator. Cross listed as MAN 204. Cannot take HONB 204 and MAN 204 for credit.
HONB 204-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Forray, Jeanie M           08/29-12/16
             TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm                                        

Honors Business: Ethics & Social Responsibility

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and acceptance into the Honors Program or consent of the Business Honors Coordinator. Cross listed as MAN 240. Cannot take HONB 240 and MAN 240 for credit.
HONB 240-01  MW     10:00-11:20 am        Books   Cotton-Nessler, Natalie C  08/29-12/16

Honors Business: Strategic Thinking & Action in Org

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BUS 326 or BUS 312/HONB 312, & BIS 310 or BIS 312, and acceptance into the Honors Program or consent of the Business Honors Coordinator. Cannot be taken concurrently with BUS 326 or BUS 312.
HONB 450-51  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Melendez, Georgianna D     08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - synchronous

Honors Business: Senior Honors Project

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program and approval of College of Business Honors Committee.
HONB 495-59         By Arrangement        Books   Durr, Wayne A              CLOSED 

Honors Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Honors Engineering: Engineering Seminar

1 credit, prerequisite: Acceptance to College of Engineering Honors Program. Cannot take HONE 102 and ENGR 102 for credit.
HONE 102-03  M      10:00-10:50 am        Books   Rust, Michael J            CLOSED 
             F      2:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
HONE 102-05  M      9:00-9:50 am          Books   Rust, Michael J            CLOSED 
             F      2:00-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 

Honors Engineering: Mechanics I-Statics

3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance to College of Engineering Honors Program and MATH 134 with a minimum grade of C, and PHYS 133. Cannot take HONE 202 and ME 202 for credit.
HONE 202-01  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Zhao, Jingzhou             08/29-12/16
HONE 202-03  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          08/29-12/16

Honors Engineering: Circuits I Electrical Engineering

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of C. Acceptance to College of Engineering Honors Program and pre- or co-requisite MATH 236 and PHYS 134. Cannot take HONE 205 and EE 205 for credit.
HONE 205-01  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Northrup, Steven G         CLOSED 
             M      5:30-8:20 pm                  Lewis, Winston             CLOSED 
	LECTURE OFFERED WITH HONE 205-03
HONE 205-03 MW 2:00-3:20 pm Books Northrup, Steven G CLOSED Tu 5:30-8:20 pm Lewis, Winston CLOSED LECTURE OFFERED WITH HONE 205-01
HONE 205-05 MW 3:30-4:50 pm Books Northrup, Steven G 08/29-12/16 W 5:30-8:20 pm Lewis, Winston combined w/HONE-205-07
HONE 205-07 MW 3:30-4:50 pm Books Northrup, Steven G 08/29-12/16 Th 5:30-8:20 pm Lewis, Winston combined w/HONE-205-05

(return to Undergraduate Course table)

: Special Topics in Honors

1 credit, prerequisite: Acceptance restricted to Honors Students - Sophomore Standing. Graded as Pass/Fail. - Counts toward honors requirements in COAS, COB, and COE. - Open to all Honors Program students
HONU 391-01  F      8:00-8:50 am          Books   Hamakawa, Curt             08/29-12/16
	ST: Teaching Me Softly: Essential Human Skills Development - Industry-specific knowledge, technical savvy, and experience aside, a fundamental aspect of job and career success is the ability to effectively engage and interact with others in the work environment. Variously referred to as people skills, soft skills, interpersonal skills, social skills, and the like, they are the qualities that define someone who can be depended on to navigate unfamiliar, tense, or otherwise challenging circumstances involving people. Importantly, having human skills that are perceived as strong by others, especially those with the ability to advance one's social and economic mobility, will pay dividends to the students' jobs and careers over a lifetime.  This one-credit business honors course will introduce students to a spectrum of so-called people skills that can be developed and honed to put them in a more favorable position to be regarded as valuable to the enterprise accomplishing its immediate objective or longer-term goal or mission. Students steeped and skilled in this counterbalance to their learned and quantifiable hard skills, will be able to present themselves as highly prized assets to their employers.

Human Resources Management (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Human Resources Management: Human Resource Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204 or PSY 101. HRM 323 = MAN 323
HRM 323-51          By Arrangement        Books   Rivera-Riffenburg, Evelyn  CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
HRM 323-53 By Arrangement Books Rivera-Riffenburg, Evelyn CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Health Sciences (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Health Sciences: Evolutionary Medicine

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 216 or permission of instructor
HS 321-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Rosenman, Burt A           08/29-12/16

Health Sciences: Undergraduate Research Health Sci

1 credit, prerequisite: Senior standing
HS 440-01           By Arrangement        Books   Lipson, Kathryn L          CLOSED 

Health Sciences: Internship in Health Sciences

2 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
HS 480-03           By Arrangement        Books   Keane-Moore, Michele A     CLOSED 
HS 480-05           By Arrangement        Books   Wurm, Alex                 CLOSED 

Industrial Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Industrial Engineering: Probability & Statistics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134, or concurrently
IE 212-01    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Modi, Bhavesh Hasmukhbhai  08/29-12/16
IE 212-03    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Romoser, Matthew           08/29-12/16
IE 212-05    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Modi, Bhavesh Hasmukhbhai  08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Work Analysis & Design

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212
IE 308-01    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Romoser, Matthew           08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Engineering Economic Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212
IE 312-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Barron, Robert W           08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Mathematical Programming for Engineers

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212 credit change from 2 credits to 3 credits as of Fall'22
IE 318-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Barron, Robert W           08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Production Planning & Control

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212
IE 326-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Niknam, Seyed A            08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Python and Machine Learning for Industry

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 110/HONE 110 Corequisite IE 212 formerly Industrial Engineering Computer Applic
IE 419-01    MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Ekong, Joseph J            08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Industrial Engr Operations Research

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212 and MATH 235
IE 420-01    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Li, Zhaojun                08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Facility Design & Material Handling

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212 and IE 318
IE 428-01    Tu     3:30-5:30 pm          Books   Ekong, Joseph J            08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Design & Analysis of Experiments

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212 or equivalent.
IE 429-01    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Li, Zhaojun                08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Senior Design Project I

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduating senior status
IE 439-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Salmon, Christian          08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Senior Design Projects II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 439
IE 440-01    F      3:00-4:50 pm          Books   Salmon, Christian          08/29-12/16

Industrial Engineering: Internship in Industrial Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: At least Junior standing and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
IE 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   Salmon, Christian          CLOSED 

International Studies (return to Undergraduate Course table)

International Studies: Intro to Contemporary Global Issues

3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as POSC 101
INST 101-03  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Janik, Laura L             08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with POSC 101 03

Internship Placeholder (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Internship Placeholder: Internship Placeholder

1 credit, prerequisite: A student must have completed at least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship. Internship Placeholder
INTPLHL 480-BUS       By Arrangement        Books   Kapinos, Kara L            08/29-12/16
                                                  Cokotis, Maria G           
INTPLHL 480-COAS       By Arrangement        Books   Richardson, Julie E.       08/24-12/16
                                                  Burke, Sean P              
INTPLHL 480-ENGR       By Arrangement        Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
                                                  Fecke, Derek               

Internship Placeholder: Internship Placeholder

1 credit, prerequisite: A student must have completed at least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship. Internship Placeholder
INTPLHL 481-BUS       By Arrangement        Books   Kapinos, Kara L            08/29-12/16
                                                  Cokotis, Maria G           
INTPLHL 481-COAS       By Arrangement        Books   Richardson, Julie E.       08/29-12/16
                                                  Burke, Sean P              
INTPLHL 481-ENGR       By Arrangement        Books   Grabiec, Richard           08/29-12/16
                                                  Fecke, Derek               

Information Technology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Information Technology: Intro to Computing

4 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed w/CS 101
IT 101-01    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Willemain, John            08/29-12/16
             TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Willemain, John            
	Cross listed with CS 101 01
Laboratory Fee $50
IT 101-03 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Willemain, John 08/29-12/16 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Willemain, John Cross listed with CS 101-03
Laboratory Fee $50

Information Technology: Data Structures

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 102, IT 102 or CS-171. Cross listed as CS 200
IT 200-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Jackson, Stoney Lee        08/29-12/16
             Tu     3:30-6:10 pm                                             
	Cross listed with CS 200-01
Laboratory Fee $50
IT 200-03 MW 3:30-4:50 pm Books O'Neill, Brian C 08/29-12/16 Th 3:30-6:10 pm Cross listed with CS 200-03
Laboratory Fee $50

Information Technology: Intro to Operating Sys & Script Dev

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT 101 or CS 101, and IT 102 or CS 102 or CS 171
IT 230-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie  08/29-12/16

Information Technology: Foundations of Human Comp Interact

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 101 or IT 101, and CS 102 or IT 102 or CS 171
IT 320-01    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Walz, Robert E             08/29-12/16

Information Technology: Fundamentals of Cybersecurity

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT 230 and IT 250, or permission of instructor. formerly Network Security Concepts
IT 330-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie  08/29-12/16

Information Technology: Network Management & Operations

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT 230 and IT 250
IT 360-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie  08/29-12/16

Information Technology: Cybersecurity Operations

3 credits, prerequisite: IT 430, or permission of instructor
IT 435-01    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie  08/29-12/16

Information Technology: Internship in Information Technology

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
IT 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   O'Neill, Brian C           CLOSED 

Journalism (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Journalism: Producing the Westerner-Fall

1 credit, prerequisite: Work on The Westerner and permission of the instructor.
JRNL 120-01         By Arrangement        Books   Chipkin, Robert            08/29-12/16

Liberal Arts (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar

2 credits, prerequisite: For New Freshmen Only
LA 100-01    M      2:00-3:40 pm          Books   Lee, Keri A                08/29-12/16
             M      2:00-3:40 pm                                             
	Health Studies, Pre-Occupational Therapy, Pre-science

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar

2 credits, prerequisite: For New Freshmen Only
LA 100-03    M      2:00-3:40 pm          Books   Milheiro, Suzanna C        08/29-12/16
	Chemistry, Pre-PA, Pre-OPT, Health Sciences

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar

2 credits, prerequisite: For New Freshmen Only
LA 100-05    M      2:00-3:40 pm          Books   Gibson-Daw, Georgiana C    08/29-12/16
	First Year Sem: Forensic Biology and Forensic Che

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar

2 credits, prerequisite: For New Freshmen Only
LA 100-07    Th     2:00-3:40 pm          Books   Rosenman, Burt A           08/29-12/16
	restricted to Biology and Health Science

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar

2 credits, prerequisite: For New Freshmen Only
LA 100-09    MW     9:00-9:50 am          Books   Ellis, Heidi J C           CLOSED 
LA 100-10    MW     10:00-10:50 am        Books   Ellis, Heidi J C           08/29-12/16

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar for Pharmacy

1 credit, prerequisite: Pre-Pharmacy majors only. formerly First Year Seminar for Pre-Pharmacy
LA 102-01    W      3:00-3:50 pm          Books   McClintock, Sean P         08/29-12/16
	Pharmacy Studies only
LA 102-03 W 3:00-3:50 pm Books Poirot, Anne 08/29-12/16 Pharmacy Studies only

Liberal Arts: Colleges Success Coaching Experienc

1 credit, prerequisite: Designed for those students who have been admitted to the college with full participation in this program as a condition of acceptance. Prerequisites are less than 24 credits, first term of enrollment. Course changed from 0 credit to 1 credit, and Pass/Fail to A-F letter graded, starting Fall'22 semester.
LA 103-03    W      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Willwerth, Jason G         08/29-12/16
LA 103-05    Tu     9:30-10:20 am         Books   Charter, Amanda            08/29-12/16

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar Arts & Sciences

3 credits, prerequisite: First-Year Students only
LA 110-01    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Janik, Laura L             08/29-12/16
	First Yr Sem: LSOC, POSC - Diversity and Social Justice
LA 110-02 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books Castonguay, Andrea L 08/29-12/16 First Year Sem: HIST, INTLS, EC - theme: "War Stories"
LA 110-03 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Davis, Andrea M 08/29-12/16 Media, Social Media, and Identity
LA 110-04 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Okeem, Chidike I 08/29-12/16 Theme: Sports, Crime & Deviance
LA 110-05 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Kozey, Kathryn N 08/29-12/16 Theme: CJ in the Media

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar Arts & Sciences

3 credits, prerequisite: First-Year Students only
LA 110-07    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Dunton, Creaig A           08/29-12/16
	Theme: Sex Crimes
LA 110-08 TuTh 8:00-9:20 am Books Patterson, Deb E 08/29-12/16

Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar Arts & Sciences

3 credits, prerequisite: First-Year Students only
LA 110-12    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        08/29-12/16
	Theme:  Imagined Communities
LA 110-13 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Janik, Laura L 08/29-12/16 PSY & NSCI majors
LA 110-14 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books DeAngelis, Jocelyn A 08/29-12/16 PSY & NSCI majors - Theme:Tools for a College Student: Managing time and stress - This course will focus on the causes of stress in college and tools that can be adopted to manage and reduce stress. The course will explore different causes of stress, both internal, such as personality traits, and external.

Liberal Arts: Writing & Reading Lab

1 credit, prerequisite: Take concurrently with ENGL 130 or ENGL 132 or ENGL 133.
LA 150-51           By Arrangement        Books   Crosier, Janet             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-52 By Arrangement Books Crosier, Janet 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-53 By Arrangement Books Crosier, Janet 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-54 By Arrangement Books Suetta, Zachary 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-55 By Arrangement Books Suetta, Zachary 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-56 By Arrangement Books Suetta, Zachary 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-57 By Arrangement Books Miller, Michael S 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-58 By Arrangement Books Miller, Michael S 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-61 By Arrangement Books Miller, Michael S CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-62 By Arrangement Books Yurkunas, Catherine D. 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-63 By Arrangement Books Yurkunas, Catherine D. 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-64 By Arrangement Books Sharick, Michael 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 150-65 By Arrangement Books Strait, Cody R. 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Liberal Arts: Academic Reading Strategies I

1 credit, prerequisite: Take concurrently with ENGL 130 or ENGL 132 or ENGL 133.
LA 175-51           By Arrangement        Books   Oleksak, Linda             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak- Asynchronous
LA 175-52 By Arrangement Books Oleksak, Linda 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous
LA 175-53 By Arrangement Books Oleksak, Linda 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Liberal Arts: Special Topics in Liberal Arts

1 credit
LA 193-01    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Battema, Doug              08/29-12/16
	Exploratory students only -  ST: Purposes, Pathways, and the Power of Belief - This course is designed to help exploratory students in the College of Arts & Sciences identify a potential academic major and a potential career path - and, even more importantly, to help students identify and articulate their core beliefs that lie at the core of their pursuit of a major and/or career. By reading statements of personal philosophy, reflecting on their own experiences and understandings of the world, and discussing their insights into what matters most to them, students will choose their purposes in life and create their own pathways to making those purposes a reality. Students will also write an essay (in multiple steps and drafts) that powerfully and concisely asserts their own personal credo, and record a version of this essay for a podcast.

Liberal Arts: Special Topics in Liberal Arts

1 credit
LA 193-05    Th     11:00-11:50 am        Books   Battema, Doug              08/29-12/16
	Exploratory students only -  ST: Purposes, Pathways, and the Power of Belief - This course is designed to help exploratory students in the College of Arts & Sciences identify a potential academic major and a potential career path - and, even more importantly, to help students identify and articulate their core beliefs that lie at the core of their pursuit of a major and/or career. By reading statements of personal philosophy, reflecting on their own experiences and understandings of the world, and discussing their insights into what matters most to them, students will choose their purposes in life and create their own pathways to making those purposes a reality. Students will also write an essay (in multiple steps and drafts) that powerfully and concisely asserts their own personal credo, and record a version of this essay for a podcast.

Law and Society (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Law and Society: Law & Society I: Intro to Law & Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly "Intro to Law & Society"
LSOC 101-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Williams, Donald           08/29-12/16

Law and Society: Introduction to Political Theory

3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101 or POSC 102 or INST 101, or 3 crs of European history, or Cross listed as POSC 207 & PH 207 - formerly Western Political Thought
LSOC 207-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Vercellotti, Tim T         08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with POSC 207 01

Law and Society: Law & Judicial Politics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102. Not open to those w/POSC 325, POSC 326 or CJ 234. Cross listed as POSC 225 - Not Open to Students w/POSC 325, 326 or CJ 234
LSOC 225-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Mandel, William S          08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with POSC 225 01

Law and Society: The Legal Profession

3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101, POSC 102, INST 101, LSOC 101, LSOC 102, CJ 101, or Sophomore standing. Cross listed as POSC 226
LSOC 226-51         By Arrangement        Books   Pao, Roger C               08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with POSC 226 51 - Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Law and Society: Constitutional Law

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102, and POSC 225 or CJ 234 Cross listed with POSC 325
LSOC 325-01  MWF    3:00-3:50 pm          Books   Mandel, William S          08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with POSC 325 01

Law and Society: Senior Seminar Law & Society

4 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing. Credit changed from 3 cr to 4 cr as of Fall'19.
LSOC 490-59         By Arrangement        Books   Mandel, William S          CLOSED 

Management (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Management: Management & Organizational Behavior

3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as HONB 204 - Formerly Organizational Behavior
MAN 204-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Morris, Mary Beth          CLOSED 
MAN 204-03   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Knott, Melissa J           CLOSED 

Management: Business & Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing. This course can be taken to fulfill the Ethical Perspective (PH 211) requirement. Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240/HONB 240 for credit. This course does not fulfill the ethics requirement for A & S or ENGR students.
MAN 240-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Forray, Jeanie M           CLOSED 

Management: Business & Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing. This course can be taken to fulfill the Ethical Perspective (PH 211) requirement. Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240/HONB 240 for credit. This course does not fulfill the ethics requirement for A & S or ENGR students.
MAN 240-51          By Arrangement        Books   Woodside, Thomas J         08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Management: Interpersonal Skills for Leading

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 204 and COMM 233
MAN 303-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Knott, Melissa J           08/29-12/16

Management: International Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204.
MAN 311-51          By Arrangement        Books   Hernandez, Christian       08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Management: Humanistic Apprch to Ldrshp & Mgmt

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204.
MAN 331-51          By Arrangement        Books   Sugermeyer, Michael T.     08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Management: Project Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204.
MAN 370-41   M      6:20-7:40 pm          Books   Willis, Richard            08/29-12/16
             W      6:20-7:40 pm                                             
	Hybrid - oncampus + online synchronous - Cross listed with AEM 370-41

Management: Conflict Resolution

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204
MAN 422-01   MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Cotton-Nessler, Natalie C  08/29-12/16

Management: Internship in Management

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
MAN 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Woodside, Thomas J         CLOSED 
MAN 480-03          By Arrangement        Books   Cotton-Nessler, Natalie C  CLOSED 
MAN 480-05          By Arrangement        Books   Wang, Yong                 CLOSED 

Mathematics (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Mathematics: Algebra Fundamentals

3 credits, prerequisite: One year of secondary school algebra, or placement recommendation.
MATH 100-03  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Whitehead, Brian M         08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Math for Elementary Education I

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam.
MATH 107-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Urbanski, Mike T.          08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Precalculus Mathematics

3 credits, prerequisite: Two years of algebra and one year of geometry, or placement recommendation or MATH 100.
MATH 109-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Urbanski, Mike T.          08/29-12/16
MATH 109-03  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Ghahramani, Saeed          08/29-12/16
MATH 109-05  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Ghahramani, Saeed          08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Analysis for Business & Economics

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam.
MATH 111-01  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Willemain, John            08/29-12/16
MATH 111-03  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Testa, Diane Marie         CLOSED 
MATH 111-05  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Testa, Diane Marie         CLOSED 

Mathematics: Analysis for Business & Economics

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam.
MATH 111-09  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Van Winkle, Kathleen       08/29-12/16
MATH 111-11  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Whitehead, Brian M         08/29-12/16
MATH 111-13  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Whitehead, Brian M         08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Analysis for Business & Economics

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam.
MATH 111-17  MW     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Hoq, Qazi E                08/29-12/16
             F      2:00-2:50 pm                                             
	Hybrid - oncampus MW & online Fri asynchronous

Mathematics: Trigonometry for Engineering and Science

1 credit, prerequisite: MATH 109 is a pre- or corequisite, or permission of the department
MATH 114-01  W      9:00-9:50 am          Books   Selig, Christine A         08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Trigonometry for Engineering and Science

1 credit, prerequisite: MATH 109 is a pre- or corequisite, or permission of the department
MATH 114-05  W      11:00-11:50 am        Books   Selig, Christine A         08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Contemporary Mathematics

3 credits
MATH 115-01  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Fetteroll, Carl            CLOSED 
MATH 115-03  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Fetteroll, Carl            CLOSED 
MATH 115-05  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Fetteroll, Carl            CLOSED 

Mathematics: Mathematical Reasoning

3 credits
MATH 117-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Hayward, Gail L            08/29-12/16
MATH 117-03  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Hayward, Gail L            CLOSED 
MATH 117-05  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Hayward, Gail L            CLOSED 
MATH 117-07  TuTh   4:30-5:50 pm          Books   Fetteroll, Carl            08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Intro Statistics for the A&S

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam. Credit for both this course and MATH 120 or QR 112, is not permissible.
MATH 120-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Wang, Lu                   CLOSED 
MATH 120-03  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Wang, Lu                   08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Intro to Probability & Statistics

3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam. Credit for this course and MATH 120 or QR 112, is not permissible.
MATH 121-03  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Wang, Lu                   08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Calculus I Mgt, Life & Soc Sciences

3 credits, prerequisite: 3 yrs of secondary school Math, including 2 yrs of algebra. Credit for both this course and MATH 127 or MATH 133 is not permissible.
MATH 123-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Hanes, Lorna               08/29-12/16
MATH 123-03  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Hanes, Lorna               08/29-12/16
MATH 123-05  MW     10:00-10:50 am        Books   Hoq, Qazi E                08/29-12/16
             F      10:00-10:50 am                                           
	Hybrid - Friday class online asynchronous
MATH 123-07 MW 11:00-11:50 am Books Hoq, Qazi E 08/29-12/16 F 11:00-11:50 am Hybrid - Friday class online asynchronous
MATH 123-09 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Rodriguez, Josephine 08/29-12/16 MATH 123-11 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Ghahramani, Saeed 08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Calculus I With Pre-Calculus Review

5 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 109, or placement recommendation Credit for both this course and MATH 134 is not permissible.
MATH 127-01  MW     12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Selig, Christine A         08/29-12/16
             TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                                            
MATH 127-03  MW     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Selig, Christine A         CLOSED 
             TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm                                        CLOSED 

Mathematics: Calculus I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 109 or the equivalent. Credit for both this course and MATH 123 or MATH 127 is not permissible
MATH 133-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Carcea, Marcel D           08/29-12/16
             Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Carcea, Marcel D           
MATH 133-03  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Carcea, Marcel D           08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-2:50 pm                  Carcea, Marcel D           
MATH 133-05  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Mazur, Dave                08/29-12/16
             Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Mazur, Dave                
MATH 133-07  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Mazur, Dave                08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-2:50 pm                  Mazur, Dave                
MATH 133-09  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Oh, Seungly                08/29-12/16
             Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Oh, Seungly                

Mathematics: Calculus II

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 133
MATH 134-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Beineke, Jennifer          08/29-12/16
             Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Beineke, Jennifer          
MATH 134-03  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Beineke, Jennifer          08/29-12/16
             Th     2:00-2:50 pm                  Beineke, Jennifer          

Mathematics: Introductory Probability & Statistics II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH-120, MATH-121, BIS-221, IE-212 or PSY-207
MATH 221-01  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Carcea, Marcel D           08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Calculus III

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 or MATH 124
MATH 235-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Shor, Caleb M              08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Differential Equations

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134
MATH 236-01  MW     12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hoq, Qazi E                08/29-12/16
             F      12:00-12:50 pm                                           
	Hybrid - Friday class online asynchronous
MATH 236-03 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Ghahramani, Saeed CLOSED

Mathematics: Differential Equations

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134
MATH 236-07  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Oh, Seungly                CLOSED 
MATH 236-09  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Oh, Seungly                CLOSED 

Mathematics: Adv Discrete Mathematics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 150, or permission. Credit for both this course and MATH 281 is not permissible.
MATH 251-01  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Willemain, John            08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Foundations of Mathematics I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 124 or MATH 134. Credit for both this course and MATH 251 is not permissible.
MATH 281-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Hansen, Lisa               08/29-12/16
             Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Hansen, Lisa               

Mathematics: Linear Algebra

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 124 or MATH 134 or MATH 251, or permission
MATH 306-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Hull, Thomas C             08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Theory of Interest

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134
MATH 310-01  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Mazur, Dave                08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Vector Calculus and Fourier Series

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 235 and MATH 236 formerly Engineering Analysis I
MATH 350-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Hanes, Lorna               CLOSED 
MATH 350-03  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hanes, Lorna               08/29-12/16
MATH 350-05  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Shor, Caleb M              08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Creative Problem Solving

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 251 or MATH 281, or permission.
MATH 375-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Hull, Thomas C             08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Mathematical Statistics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 372
MATH 383-03  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Wang, Lu                   08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Applied Stochastic Processes

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 372. MATH 306 is pre- or co-requisite
MATH 405-03  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Oh, Seungly                08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Intro to Modern Algebra

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 251 or MATH 281, or permission
MATH 418-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Kizanis Klapper, Ann       08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Senior Project I

1 credit, prerequisite: Senior standing
MATH 451-01         By Arrangement        Books   Hansen, Lisa               08/29-12/16
MATH 451-03         By Arrangement        Books   Hull, Thomas C             08/29-12/16

Mathematics: Undergraduate Research III

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete MATH 251 or MATH 281, Junior or Senior standing and permission of the Chair.
MATH 463-01         By Arrangement        Books   Hull, Thomas C             CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Mechanical Engineering: Statics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of "C", and PHYS 132 or PHYS 133
ME 202-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Roche, Charles             08/29-12/16
ME 202-03    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Mazza, Paul C.             08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Statics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of "C", and PHYS 132 or PHYS 133
ME 202-07    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Abdelrahman, Mohamed       08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Dynamics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 202/HONE 202, MATH 236 or concurrently
ME 203-01    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Foster, Michael R          08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Measurement Computing

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 105/HONE 105, and PHYS 134
ME 205-01    Th     4:55-6:45 pm          Books   Candido, Brian L           08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Mechanics of Materials

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 202 or HONE 202 Co-req or prereq: MATH 235
ME 208-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Roche, Charles             08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Thermodynamics I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 105 and MATH 235
ME 303-01    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Mehdi   08/29-12/16
ME 303-03    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Mehdi   08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Materials Science

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 105 and PHYS 134
ME 309-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Jones, Linda E             08/29-12/16
ME 309-03    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Jones, Linda E             CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering: Mechatronics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 203, and ME 205 or permission of instructor
ME 311-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Zhao, Jingzhou             CLOSED 
ME 311-03    MW     4:55-6:15 pm          Books   Zhao, Jingzhou             08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Laboratory I

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 203 or concurrent, ME 208 or concurrent; or permission of the ME laboratory coordinator.
ME 313-01    Th     2:00-3:00 pm          Books   Hamel, Daniel R.           08/29-12/16
             Th     3:00-5:50 pm                                             
ME 313-03    Th     2:00-3:00 pm          Books   Italia, Lino S             08/29-12/16
             Th     3:00-5:50 pm                                             
ME 313-05    Th     2:00-3:00 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     08/29-12/16
             Th     3:00-5:50 pm                                             
ME 313-07    Th     2:00-3:00 pm          Books   Freedman, Curt M           08/29-12/16
             Th     3:00-5:50 pm                                             
ME 313-09    Th     2:00-3:00 pm          Books   Jones, Linda E             CLOSED 
             Th     3:00-5:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
ME 313-11    Th     2:00-3:00 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     CLOSED 
             Th     3:00-5:50 pm                                             CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering: Heat Transfer

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 303 and ME 316
ME 417-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Foster, Michael R          CLOSED 
ME 417-03    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Benner, Jingru             CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering: Product Development & Innovation

3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing in Engineering
ME 423-01    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Jones, Linda E             CLOSED 
             MW     2:00-3:20 pm                                             CLOSED 
ME 423-03    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Vallee, Glenn              CLOSED 
             MW     3:30-4:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
ME 423-05    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Blinn, Roger F             08/29-12/16
             MW     3:30-4:50 pm                                             

Mechanical Engineering: Design of Machine Elements

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 208 and ME 309, or BME 240 and BME 351
ME 425-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Roche, Charles             08/29-12/16
ME 425-03    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Roche, Charles             CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering: Kine & Cntrl of Electro-Mech System

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 203, and EE 205/HONE 205
ME 427-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Design Projects

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 439
ME 437-01           By Arrangement        Books   Vallee, Glenn              08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Professional Awareness

1 credit, prerequisite: Senior standing
ME 439-01    M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Vallee, Glenn              08/29-12/16
ME 439-03    M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Vallee, Glenn              08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Senior Design Projects

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 439, and graduating senior status
ME 440-01    W      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Vallee, Glenn              08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Computer Aided Engineer

3 credits, prerequisite: ME 208, ME 417 or concurrently.
ME 449-01    M      4:55-7:55 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     08/29-12/16

Mechanical Engineering: Applications of Mechatronics System

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 311 and ME 324 cross-listed with ME 656
ME 455-41    Tu     6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          08/29-12/16
	combined w/ME 656-41

Mechanical Engineering: Internship in Mechanical Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: At least Junior standing and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
ME 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   Vallee, Glenn              CLOSED 
ME 480-03           By Arrangement        Books   Jones, Linda E             CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Engineering Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing
ME 482-59           By Arrangement        Books   Vallee, Glenn              CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

3 credits
ME 492-41    Tu     5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Mehdi   CLOSED 
	ST: Multiphase Flow - cross-listed w/ME-592-41 - Multiphase flow (particularly liquid and gas phase) have many industrial applications such as fuel cells, heat exchangers, condensers, air conditioning, and process plants. The single-phase pressure drop in fluids is well understood and can be predicted over a wide range of operating conditions. The liquid- gas two-phase flow pressure drop, however, is not well identified and has been studied only for a limited range of operating conditions relevant to particular areas of interest. The physics behind this type of transport phenomena is very complicated to be modeled with simplified mathematical expressions. In this course, hydrodynamic and heat transfer correlation for multiphase flow will be discussed.

Meteorology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Meteorology: Climate Change

3 credits, prerequisite: One of the following: PHYS 101, PHYS 103, PHYS 105, PHYS 123, PHYS 133, CHEM 101, CHEM 103, CHEM 105, BIO 101, METR 101, or GEOL 101 Formerly ILP 236
METR 151-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Martini, Karl              CLOSED 

Marketing (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Marketing: Principles of Marketing

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore Standing
MK 200-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 
MK 200-03    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Goodnight, Janelle E       CLOSED 
MK 200-51           By Arrangement        Books   Spotts, Harlan             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Marketing: Market Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 200/HONB 200
MK 302-01    MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 

Marketing: Customer Solutions

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 302
MK 303-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Spotts, Harlan             08/29-12/16

Marketing: Marketing Research

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 200/HONB 200, and BIS 221
MK 318-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Goodnight, Janelle E       08/29-12/16

Marketing: Internship in Marketing

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
MK 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          CLOSED 
MK 480-03           By Arrangement        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 
MK 480-05           By Arrangement        Books   Goodnight, Janelle E       CLOSED 

Marketing: Internship in Mkt Comm/Advertising

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
MK 485-01           By Arrangement        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 
MK 485-03           By Arrangement        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          CLOSED 

Military Leadership (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Military Leadership: Intro to Army Physical Fitness

1 credit
ML 100-01    TuTh   6:15-7:30 am          Books   Trinidad, Edward           08/29-12/16
             W      3:30-5:00 pm                  Ortega, Anthony J          

Military Leadership: Foundations of Leadership

1 credit
ML 101-01    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Trinidad, Edward           08/29-12/16
             W      3:30-5:00 pm                  Ortega, Anthony J          

Military Leadership: Individual Leadership Studies

2 credits
ML 201-01    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Trinidad, Edward           08/29-12/16
             W      3:30-5:00 pm                  Ortega, Anthony J          

Military Leadership: Military Leadership I

3 credits
ML 301-01    TuTh   8:30-9:45 am          Books   Ortega, Anthony J          08/29-12/16
             W      3:30-5:00 pm                                             

Military Leadership: Leadership & Management

3 credits
ML 401-01    TuTh   8:30-9:45 am          Books   Ortega, Anthony J          08/29-12/16
             W      3:30-5:00 pm                                             

Music (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Music: Introduction to Music

3 credits
MUS 101-01   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bostock, Mathonwy          08/29-12/16
MUS 101-03   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Salli, Deborah L           CLOSED 

Music: Beginning Guitar

3 credits
MUS 110-01   Tu     2:00-4:40 pm          Books   Mason, John F              08/29-12/16

Music: Campus Chorus

1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
MUS 151-01          By Arrangement        Books   Levine, Ted B              08/29-12/16

Music: CMSS Indiv Musical Instrum Instruct

3 credits, prerequisite: Permission of the Coordinator of Music.
MUS 250-01          By Arrangement        Books   Battema, Doug              CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $300

Neuroscience (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Neuroscience: Introduc to Behavioral Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101
NSCI 212-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Jarvinen, Michael K        08/29-12/16
NSCI 212-03  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Jarvinen, Michael K        08/29-12/16

Neuroscience: Research Methods in Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 207 or MATH 120
NSCI 232-01  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Jarvinen, Michael K        08/29-12/16

Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Rotation I

1 credit, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 212
NSCI 250-01         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 250-03 By Arrangement Books TBA CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 250-05 By Arrangement Books Jarvinen, Michael K CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement

Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Rotation II

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 250
NSCI 251-01         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 251-03 By Arrangement Books TBA CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 251-05 By Arrangement Books Jarvinen, Michael K CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement

Neuroscience: Cognitive Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 212, or permission of chair
NSCI 312-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 

Neuroscience: Independent Study in Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
NSCI 333-01         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

Neuroscience: Independent Study in Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
NSCI 334-01         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 

Neuroscience: Sport-Induced Concussions

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
NSCI 348-51         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous - NSCI majors only -  cross-listed w/NSCI 348-53
NSCI 348-53 By Arrangement Books Tershner, Sheralee A CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous - cross-listed w/NSCI 348-51
NSCI 348-55 By Arrangement Books Tershner, Sheralee A CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous -

Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Placement I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 250/NSCI 251
NSCI 350-01         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 350-03 By Arrangement Books TBA CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 350-05 By Arrangement Books Jarvinen, Michael K CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement

Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Placement II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 250/NSCI 251
NSCI 351-01         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 351-03 By Arrangement Books TBA CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement
NSCI 351-05 By Arrangement Books Jarvinen, Michael K CLOSED Lab rotation by arrangement

Neuroscience: Seminar in Neuroscience

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 267 and NSCI 232; or PSY 309 or permission of chair. Changed from 4 crs to 3 crs Fall'20
NSCI 405-59         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 

Neuroscience: Senior Neuroscience Thesis I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 350/NSCI 351
NSCI 450-01         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Senior Thesis by arrangement
NSCI 450-03 By Arrangement Books TBA CLOSED Senior Thesis by arrangement
NSCI 450-05 By Arrangement Books Jarvinen, Michael K CLOSED Senior Thesis by arrangement

Neuroscience: Senior Neuroscience Thesis II

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 350/NSCI 351
NSCI 451-01         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee A       CLOSED 
	Senior Thesis II by arrangement
NSCI 451-03 By Arrangement Books TBA CLOSED Senior Thesis II by arrangement
NSCI 451-05 By Arrangement Books Jarvinen, Michael K CLOSED Senior Thesis II by arrangement

Physical Ed/Health & Recreation (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Games Children Play

1 credit, prerequisite: Required for Elementary Education Majors
PEHR 163-01  W      9:00-9:50 am          Books   Klepacki, Aimee            08/29-12/16

Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Principles & Practices of Coaching

3 credits
PEHR 201-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Chaszar, Nicole M          08/29-12/16

Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Care & Prevention Athletic Injuries

3 credits
PEHR 202-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Vallee, Mike A             08/29-12/16

Philosophy (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Philosophy: Intro to Philosophy

3 credits
PH 103-03    MW     11:00-11:50 am        Books   Salazar, Heather L         08/29-12/16
             F      11:00-11:50 am                                           
	Hybrid - MW oncampus & F online - asynchronously

Philosophy: Intro to Philosophy

3 credits
PH 103-51           By Arrangement        Books   Hunt, Shamim               CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
PH 103-53 By Arrangement Books DePergola, Peter CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
PH 103-55 By Arrangement Books DePergola, Peter 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
PH 103-57 By Arrangement Books Carveth, Rodney 08/29-12/16 Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Philosophy: Introduction to Political Theory

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 101, or INST 101, POSC 102, three credit hours of European history, or sophomore standing cross-listed with LSOC 207 & POSC 207 - does not satisfy the ethical perspectives requirement of the GUR - formerly Contemporary Moral Problems
PH 207-01    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Vercellotti, Tim T         08/29-12/16
	cross-listed w/POSC 207-01 & LSOC 207-01

Philosophy: Ethics

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
PH 208-51           By Arrangement        Books   Hunt, Shamim               CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
PH 208-53 By Arrangement Books Hunt, Shamim CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
PH 208-55 By Arrangement Books Carveth, Rodney CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Philosophy: Business Ethics

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240 for credit.
PH 211-01    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Dealy, Justin S.           08/29-12/16
PH 211-51           By Arrangement        Books   Salazar, Heather L         CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous
PH 211-53 By Arrangement Books Barcalow, Emmett CLOSED Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Philosophy: World Ethics

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
PH 214-51           By Arrangement        Books   Salazar, Heather L         08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Philosophy: Biomedical Ethics

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
PH 231-51           By Arrangement        Books   DePergola, Peter           08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Physics (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Physics: Elements of Physics

3 credits
PHYS 101-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Samboy, Nolan S            CLOSED 
             Tu     2:00-3:50 pm                  Samboy, Nolan S            CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Physics: Elements of Physics

3 credits
PHYS 101-05  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Samboy, Nolan S            08/29-12/16
             M      2:30-4:30 pm                  Samboy, Nolan S            
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Physics: Physics of the Life Sciences I

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 123 or MATH 133.
PHYS 123-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Niestemski, Liang R        08/29-12/16
             F      2:00-4:50 pm                  Jaefari, Akbar             
	Laboratory Fee  $100
PHYS 123-03 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Niestemski, Liang R 08/29-12/16 W 2:00-4:50 pm Jaefari, Akbar Laboratory Fee $100
PHYS 123-05 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Niestemski, Liang R 08/29-12/16 Tu 2:00-4:50 pm Jaefari, Akbar Laboratory Fee $100

Physics: Mechanics

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 123, MATH 124, MATH 133, or concurrently
PHYS 133-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Gallant, Joseph N          08/29-12/16
             W      2:00-4:50 pm                  Wurm, Alex                 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
PHYS 133-03 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Hatten, Daniel 08/29-12/16 Th 11:00 am-1:50 pm Niestemski, Liang R Laboratory Fee $100

Physics: Mechanics

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 123, MATH 124, MATH 133, or concurrently
PHYS 133-07  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Jaefari, Akbar             08/29-12/16
             Tu     8:00-10:50 am                 Wurm, Alex                 
	Laboratory Fee  $100
PHYS 133-09 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Hatten, Daniel CLOSED Tu 2:00-4:50 pm Hatten, Daniel CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
PHYS 133-11 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Gallant, Joseph N 08/29-12/16 Th 8:00-10:50 am Niestemski, Liang R Laboratory Fee $100
PHYS 133-13 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books Hatten, Daniel 08/29-12/16 Th 2:00-4:50 pm Gallant, Joseph N Laboratory Fee $100
PHYS 133-15 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Samboy, Nolan S 08/29-12/16 M 2:00-4:50 pm Hatten, Daniel Laboratory Fee $100

Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 132 or PHYS 133; MATH 123, MATH 124, or MATH 133.
PHYS 134-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Gallant, Joseph N          08/29-12/16
             W      2:00-4:50 pm                  Gallant, Joseph N          
	Laboratory Fee  $100

Physics: Oceans

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 101, PHYS 103, PHYS 123, PHYS 133, CHEM 101, CHEM 101, CHEM 105, BIO 101, METR 101, or GEOL 101.
PHYS 154-51         By Arrangement        Books   Wurm, Alex                 CLOSED 
	Online - Asynchronous
PHYS 154-53 By Arrangement Books Wurm, Alex CLOSED Online - Asynchronous

Physics: Undergraduate Research

1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of the Department, approval of the Dean.
PHYS 440-01         By Arrangement        Books   Niestemski, Liang R        08/29-12/16

Political Science (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Political Science: Intro to Contemporary Global Issues

3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as INST 101
POSC 101-03  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Janik, Laura L             08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with INST 101-03

Political Science: American National Government

3 credits
POSC 102-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Mandel, William S          08/29-12/16

Political Science: American National Government

3 credits
POSC 102-05  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Fairman, Peter             08/29-12/16
POSC 102-51         By Arrangement        Books   Fairman, Peter             08/29-12/16
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Political Science: Comparative Politics

3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101 or POSC 102 or INST 101, or Sophomore standing.
POSC 201-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Williams, Donald           08/29-12/16

Political Science: Introduction to Political Theory

3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101 or POSC 102 or INST 101, or 3 crs of European history, or Sophomore standing. Cross listed as LSOC 207 & PH 207 - formerly Western Political Thought
POSC 207-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Vercellotti, Tim T         08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with LSOC 207-01

Political Science: Law & Judicial Politics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102. Not open to those w/POSC 325, POSC 326 or CJ 234. Cross listed as LSOC 225 - Not Open to Students w/ POSC 325, 326 or CJ 234
POSC 225-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Mandel, William S          08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with LSOC 225-01

Political Science: The Legal Profession

3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101, POSC 102, INST 101, LSOC 101, LSOC 102, CJ 101, or Sophomore standing. Cross listed as LSOC 226
POSC 226-51         By Arrangement        Books   Pao, Roger C               08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with LSOC 226-01 - Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Political Science: Special Topics in Political Science

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete, POSC 101 or 102, or Sophomore Standing
POSC 290-01  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Janik, Laura L             08/29-12/16
	ST:  Trans-Border Threats & Opportunities - This course examines the various threats and opportunities that states and people face at the meeting point of national boundaries, and how certain problems, such as war and poverty, and increase access to education, food, and legal rights create pressure on borders. We will explore these pressing global issues such as civil war, human displacement, women's rights, and the role of nonstate actors in the international realm from both the macro and micro perspectives.

Political Science: Parties & Elections

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102, and Junior standing
POSC 324-01  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Fairman, Peter             08/29-12/16

Political Science: Constitutional Law

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102, and POSC 225 or CJ 234 Cross listed with POSC 325
POSC 325-01  MWF    3:00-3:50 pm          Books   Mandel, William S          08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with LSOC 325 -01

Political Science: Political Polling

3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 102 and Junior Standing Not open to students w/POSC 390 (Fall 2020) or ILP 310 - Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
POSC 329-01  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Vercellotti, Tim T         08/29-12/16

Political Science: Special Topics in Political Science

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 101 or POSC 102 Junior standing
POSC 390-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Mandel, William S          08/29-12/16
	ST: Religion and Politics - Many of our Founding Fathers, and most particularly Thomas Jefferson and James Madison, wanted to keep religion and government out of each other's business.  Ironically, though, over two hundred years later we are still battling over the proper role of religion in our politics, our public schools, our taxes, our mutual and individual health, and many other issues.  Through means of readings, class discussions and debates, video presentations, and research and writing, we shall explore the history of religion and politics in America as well as current political and legal conflicts and controversies.

Psychology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Psychology: Intro to Psychology

3 credits
PSY 101-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Castellano, Alison N       08/29-12/16
	PSY majors only
PSY 101-03 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Castellano, Alison N 08/29-12/16 PSY majors only

Psychology: Intro to Psychology

3 credits
PSY 101-09   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Nuzzolilli, Andrew E.      08/29-12/16
PSY 101-11   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Nuzzolilli, Andrew E.      CLOSED 
PSY 101-13   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Nuzzolilli, Andrew E.      CLOSED 
PSY 101-15   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Nuzzolilli, Andrew E.      08/29-12/16

Psychology: Intro to Psychology

3 credits
PSY 101-21   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Grumbles, Shawna Marie     CLOSED 
PSY 101-23   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Grumbles, Shawna Marie     CLOSED 

Psychology: Intro to Psychology

3 credits
PSY 101-51          By Arrangement        Books   Burby, Allyssa M.          CLOSED 
	Online - Asynchronous

Psychology: Developmental Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101, or permission of the chair.
PSY 201-01   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              08/29-12/16
PSY 201-03   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Qin, Dongxiao              08/29-12/16
PSY 201-51          By Arrangement        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              CLOSED 
	Online - asychronous
PSY 201-53 By Arrangement Books Qin, Dongxiao CLOSED Online - asychronous

Psychology: Statistics for Behavioral Sciences

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 100 or higher, or permission of the chair.
PSY 207-01   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Northrup, Denine A         08/29-12/16
PSY 207-03   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Outhouse, Jessica C        08/29-12/16
PSY 207-05   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Outhouse, Jessica C        CLOSED 
PSY 207-07   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Vitrano, Deana             08/29-12/16

Psychology: Social Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 or permission of the chair.
PSY 214-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Seacat, Jason D            08/29-12/16
PSY 214-05   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Seacat, Jason D            08/29-12/16
PSY 214-51          By Arrangement        Books   Seacat, Jason D            CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Psychology: Positive Psychology

3 credits
PSY 222-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Northrup, Denine A         CLOSED 

Psychology: Cognitive Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101, or permission of the chair.
PSY 224-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Vitrano, Deana             CLOSED 

Psychology: Psychology of Women

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing, or permission of the chair. Complete PSY 101.
PSY 305-01   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              CLOSED 

Psychology: Research Methods

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and complete PSY 207, or concurrent, or permission of the chair.
PSY 309-01   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Vitrano, Deana             CLOSED 
PSY 309-03   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Vitrano, Deana             08/29-12/16

Psychology: Learning

3 credits, prerequisite: PSY 101 and PSY 201, or permission of the chair.
PSY 313-01   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Kolodziejski, Dennis J     08/29-12/16
PSY 313-03   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Kolodziejski, Dennis J     CLOSED 

Psychology: Psychology of Exceptional Persons

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and Junior standing, or permission of the chair.
PSY 317-51          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - Asynchronous

Psychology: Forensic Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and junior standing, or permission of the chair.
PSY 319-01   M      2:00-4:40 pm          Books   Castellano, Alison N       CLOSED 

Psychology: Applied Behavior Analysis

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 313, or permission of the chair.
PSY 323-01   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Henley, Amy J              08/29-12/16

Psychology: Abnormal Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing, or permission of the chair. Complete PSY 101.
PSY 326-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           CLOSED 
PSY 326-03   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           08/29-12/16

Psychology: Sexuality/Sexual Assault in Society

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Cross listed with ILP 338
PSY 388-01   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Northrup, Denine A         CLOSED 

Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Complete PSY 313, or permission of instructor Formerly ILP 389. Can not receive credit for Spring'19 PSY 391 ST:Issues in Adolescence if received credit for ILP 389.
PSY 391-01   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Henley, Amy J              08/29-12/16
	ST: Special Topics: Applied Dog Training and Behavior - Prerequisite: PSY313 or Permission of Instructor - This course examines canine ethology and the application of behavioral principles including operant and respondent conditioning in training and modifying behavior of domestic dogs.

Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
PSY 394-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Seacat, Jason D            08/29-12/16
	ST:Professional Development and Communication in Psychology       -  This course provides upper-level students the opportunity to enhance knowledge and develop professional skills essential to meet the demands of graduate school and/or future careers related to Psychology and the social sciences. Students will learn and practice professional written and verbal communication techniques, application writing, interviewing, mentoring, networking and professional etiquette. The course will emphasize experiential learning through a series of faculty and student-led exercises. Each student will develop a personal professional portfolio that will be a resource for graduate school and/or career opportunities.

Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: Psychology major and junior standing, or permission
PSY 396-01   W      8:00-8:50 am          Books   Burby, Allyssa M.          CLOSED 
                    By Arrangement                                           CLOSED 
	ST: Individual and Family Interventions - Prerequisites: Psychology major and junior standing or permission of instructor - Hybrid - oncampus & online asynchronous -  An introduction to individual, couple, family and group interventions. Topics include: counseling modalities, developmentally appropriate interventions and methods addressing diversity from a family systems perspective. Students will experience in vivo counseling training through experiential practices.

Psychology: Conditioning & Learning Lab

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 313, or permission of the chair
PSY 414-01   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Pinkston, Jonathan W       08/29-12/16

Psychology: Counseling Skills

3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing in Psychology, or permission of the chair.
PSY 416-01   W      2:00-4:40 pm          Books   Kolodziejski, Dennis J     CLOSED 

Psychology: Undergraduate Research

1 credit, prerequisite: PSY 309 and Senior standing, or permission of the chair
PSY 440-01          By Arrangement        Books   Vitrano, Deana             CLOSED 
PSY 440-03          By Arrangement        Books   Pinkston, Jonathan W       CLOSED 

Psychology: Internship in Psychology

1 credit, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
PSY 480-01          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           CLOSED 

Psychology: Internship in Psychology

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
PSY 481-01          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E           CLOSED 

Quantitative Reasoning (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Quantitative Reasoning: Quantitative Reasoning for Business

3 credits
QR 112-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Van Winkle, Kathleen       CLOSED 

Sign Language (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Sign Language: Basic Sign Language, Level I

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 101
SL 101-41    MW     6:00-7:20 pm          Books   Goncalves, Dulce S.        08/29-12/16

Sociology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Sociology: Intro to Sociology

3 credits
SO 101-01    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Simpson, Michaela M        CLOSED 
SO 101-03    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Simpson, Michaela M        08/29-12/16
SO 101-05    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Simpson, Michaela M        CLOSED 
SO 101-07    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Simpson, Michaela M        CLOSED 

Sociology: Criminology

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, SO 101, ENGL 132 and ENGL 133 - Satisfies Writing Intensive course (WIC) requirement. - Cross listed as CJ 210
SO 210-03    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Okeem, Chidike I           08/29-12/16
	Cross listed with CJ 210 03

Sociology: Classical Theory

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO-101
SO 321-59           By Arrangement        Books   Simpson, Michaela M        08/29-12/16

Sociology: Internship in Sociology

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
SO 480-01           By Arrangement        Books   Dunton, Creaig A           CLOSED 

Spanish (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Spanish: Intermed Spanish I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 102 or the equivalent
SPAN 203-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Navarro, Sandra V          08/29-12/16

Spanish: Adv Conversational Spanish I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 204, or the equivalent
SPAN 305-03  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Navarro, Sandra V          08/29-12/16
	combined w/SPAN 306-01

Spanish: Adv Conversational Spanish II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 305 or the equivalent
SPAN 306-01  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Navarro, Sandra V          08/29-12/16
	combined w/SPAN 305-03

Spanish: Independent Study in Spanish

1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
SPAN 333-01         By Arrangement        Books   Navarro, Sandra V          CLOSED 

Sport Management (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Sport Management: Managing Sport Organizations

3 credits
SPMN 250-01  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Kim, Se Jin                08/29-12/16

Sport Management: Sport Facility Planning & Managemt

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPMN 250
SPMN 355-01  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Walker, Sharianne          CLOSED 
             TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                                            CLOSED 

Sport Management: Sport Marketing

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK-200 or HONB-200; and SPMN 250;
SPMN 366-01  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Costanzo, Paul             08/29-12/16

Sport Management: International Sport Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPMN 250, or permission of instructor.
SPMN 420-51         By Arrangement        Books   Lacoille, Matthew S.       CLOSED 
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Sport Management: Seminar in Sport Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Senior Sport Management majors only
SPMN 465-01  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Covell, Daniel             08/29-12/16

Sport Management: Internship in Sport Management

3 credits, prerequisite: At least 60 credit hours and have a minimum GPA of 2.5 overall and in the major, except where an internship is required in the major, or obtain special permission of their dean to undertake an internship.
SPMN 480-01         By Arrangement        Books   Masteralexis, James T      CLOSED 

Social Work (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Social Work: Intro to Social Work

3 credits
SW 100-01    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   LaPlatney, Katherine       08/29-12/16

Social Work: Dynamics of Oppression &empowerment

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 100, PSY 101, SO 101, CJ 101 or LSOC 102
SW 320-41    M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Bogle, Yvonne S            08/29-12/16
                                                  Cooley, Jessie             

Social Work: Generalist Social Work IV

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 301, SW 302, SW 303, & Senior Social Work standing. Formerly "Social Work Interventive Methods IV"
SW 404-01    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   LaPlatney, Katherine       08/29-12/16

Social Work: Field Instruction in Social Work I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 302, SW 303, and Senior Social Work standing. Concurrent registration in SW 414. These courses are graded on a pass/fail basis. - Formerly "Field Instruction in Social Work I"
SW 409-01           By Arrangement        Books   LaPlatney, Katherine       08/29-12/16

Social Work: Senior Field Instruction II

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 302, SW 303, and Senior Social Work standing. Concurrent registration in SW 414. These courses are graded on a pass/fail basis. - Formerly "Field Instruction in Social Work I"
SW 410-01           By Arrangement        Books   LaPlatney, Katherine       08/29-12/16

Social Work: Seminar in Field Instruction I

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 301, SW 302, SW 303, and Senior Social Work standing. Concurrent registration in SW 409 and SW 410. Concurrent registration in SW 409 and SW 410. Formerly "Seminar in Field Instruction I"
SW 414-01    M      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   LaPlatney, Katherine       08/29-12/16

Social Work: Social Work Research Methods

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY-207 or MATH-120, and Senior standing. Formerly "Social Work & Research" - Satisfies one of the A & S Writing Intensive course requirements for Social Work majors only.
SW 419-01    W      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Dunton, Creaig A           08/29-12/16
                    By Arrangement                                           
	Online w/Kodiak - asynchronous

Theater (return to Undergraduate Course table)

Theater: Acting I

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly THTR 208
THTR 101-01  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Bucs, Hillary H            08/29-12/16

Theater: Intro to Theatre

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly "Theatre Appreciation"
THTR 110-01  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bucs, Hillary H            08/29-12/16

Theater: Playwriting

3 credits, prerequisite: Satisfies the Aesthetics Perspective of the GUR, and the Arts & Sciences Writing Intensive requirement.
THTR 230-01  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bucs, Hillary H            08/29-12/16

(return to Undergraduate Course table)

: Intro to Programming

4 credits, prerequisite: ZIT 102 3 cr is equivalent to IT 102 4 cr - Acadeum online offering
ZIT 102-01          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
	Online via Acadeum (CIC)- Franklin Univ
Laboratory Fee $50

Graduate Courses

Civil and Environmental Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or 5th year BS/MS
CEE 590-41   W      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Blachly, Frank C           08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE-456-41 - ST: RAILROAD TRACK STRUCTURE GRADUATE STUDENTS OR BS/MS STUDENTS

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or 5th year BS/MS
CEE 591-01   MW     1:00-2:20 pm          Books   Schlef, Katherine          08/29-12/16
	RESILIENCE TO CHANGE;WATER RESOURCES - cross-listed w/CEE-491-01

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or 5th year BS/MS
CEE 592-43   M      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Desellier, Cynthia         08/29-12/16
	ST: CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING - GRADUATE STUDENTS OR BS/MS - cross-listed w/CEE 670-41

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or 5th year BS/MS
CEE 593-01   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Schlef, Katherine          08/29-12/16
	ST: WATER RESOURCE ENGINEERING - cross-listed w/CEE-461-01

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate Standing
CEE 596-01   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Hou, Yu                    08/29-12/16
	cross-listed with CMGT 302-03 - ST: BUILDING SYSTEMS (3 cr.) - Prerequisite: GRADUATE ENGINEERING STANDING - This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of alternative energy sources, energy and water demands, HVAC systems, fire protection and safety systems, design concepts, sustainability, life cycle analysis, green buildings, and ROI analysis. -

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Construction Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate MSCE or MSCMGT standing.
CEE 670-41   M      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Desellier, Cynthia         08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE 592-43  ST: Construction Engineering

Computer Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

Computer Engineering: Computer Architecture

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 310 and CPE 271 Cross listed with CPE 420
CPE 520-01   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Qouneh, Amer               08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-420-01

Computer Engineering: Internet of Things (IoT)

3 credits, prerequisite: A programming language (e.g. C/C++), and CPE senior standing or EE senior standing. Cross listed as CPE 422
CPE 522-01   MW     10:00-11:20 am        Books   Qouneh, Amer               08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-422-01

Computer Engineering: Software Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing and a structured programming language. Cross listed as CPE 425
CPE 525-41   M      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Despang, Bob S             08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-425-41 & CS 490-41

Electrical Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

Electrical Engineering: Neural Networks - Deep Learning

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 236 or concurrently Cross listed as EE 445 - Formerly "Neural Networks"
EE 545-01    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          08/29-12/16
	combined w/EE-445-01

Electrical Engineering: Silicon Photonics

3 credits, prerequisite: formerly "Intro to Electro Optics"
EE 548-01    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Adamshick, Stephen J       08/29-12/16
	combined w/EE-448-01

Electrical Engineering: Wave Transmission & Reception

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 314 Cross listed as EE 457
EE 557-01    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Burke, John J              08/29-12/16
	cross-listed w/EE 457-01

Electrical Engineering: Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

3 credits
EE 590-59           By Arrangement        Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          CLOSED 
	ST: AI application in Motion Controls (3 CR) - In this course students design advanced AI techniques applied to Motion control systems. Application could include verity of motors (DC, Brushless DC, AC or stepper motors) and associated motor drivers and control systems.

Electrical Engineering: Advanced Electromagnetics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 314, or equivalent
EE 614-41           By Arrangement        Books   Burke, John J              08/29-12/16
                    By Arrangement                                           
	Hybrid/oncampus TBA & online TBA

Engineering Management (return to Graduate Course table)

Engineering Management: Special Topics in Engineering Mgmt

3 credits
EMGT 590-41  W      5:00-7:30 pm          Books   Niknam, Seyed A            08/29-12/16
	In class only -  EMGT 590: Fundamental Methods for Engineering (3 cr) - Prereq: MS International students - This course is specifically structured for newly admitted international students whom have no previous education in US-based higher educational institutes. The purpose of the course is to develop a baseline of knowledge in the tools and techniques that are essential for success at Western New England University. The course will cover materials ranging from general expectations for demonstrating competence in course student outcomes (including submitted work), to demonstration of common software applications as tools for implementing IEEM oriented processes and procedures.

Engineering Management: Quality Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing
EMGT 607-01  Tu     3:30-6:00 pm          Books   Barron, Robert W           08/29-12/16
	In class only

Engineering Management: Project Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing
EMGT 648-01  M      3:30-6:00 pm          Books   Salmon, Christian          CLOSED 
	In class Only
EMGT 648-03 M 2:30-4:50 pm Books Salmon, Christian 08/29-12/16 In class Only

(return to Graduate Course table)

: Legal Aid Clinic and Seminar

6 credits, prerequisite: Complete LAW-553;
LAWEA 916-01 Tu     4:00-5:50 pm          Books   Shaw, Gordon               CLOSED 

Mechanical Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

3 credits
ME 592-41    Tu     5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Mehdi   08/29-12/16
	ST: Multiphase Flow - Graduate MS or 5yr BS/MS students - cross-listed w/ME-492-41 - Multiphase flow (particularly liquid and gas phase) have many industrial applications such as fuel cells, heat exchangers, condensers, air conditioning, and process plants. The single-phase pressure drop in fluids is well understood and can be predicted over a wide range of operating conditions. The liquid- gas two-phase flow pressure drop, however, is not well identified and has been studied only for a limited range of operating conditions relevant to particular areas of interest. The physics behind this type of transport phenomena is very complicated to be modeled with simplified mathematical expressions. In this course, hydrodynamic and heat transfer correlation for multiphase flow will be discussed.

Mechanical Engineering: Adv Mechatronics

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission cross-listed with ME 455
ME 656-41    Tu     6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          08/29-12/16
	combined w/ME 455-41

Evening Courses

Accounting (return to Evening Course table)

Accounting: Accounting Analytics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 306 formerly AC 340
AC 440-41    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Tomolonis, Paul A          08/29-12/16

Arts & Entertainment Mgmt (return to Evening Course table)

Arts & Entertainment Mgmt: Practicum in Arts & Entertainment Man

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AEM 250 & be Arts & Entertainment Management major.
AEM 350-41   M      6:20-7:40 pm          Books   Willis, Richard            08/29-12/16
             W      6:20-7:40 pm                                             
	Hybrid - oncampus + online synchronous - Cross listed with MAN 370-41

Art (return to Evening Course table)

Art: Art of Hand Papermaking I

3 credits
ART 120-41   Th     6:30-9:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W C            CLOSED 
	Laboratory Fee  $50

Aerospace Studies (return to Evening Course table)

Aerospace Studies: Natl Sec, Leadership Resp, Comm Prep I

3 credits, prerequisite: formerly "Nation Security Pol/Prep Act Duty"
AS 441-41    M      5:45-8:45 pm          Books   Larrow, Rosemary           08/29-12/16
             Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                  Hall, Lucas                

Business Information Systems (return to Evening Course table)

Business Information Systems: Problem Solving w/Business Tools

3 credits
BIS 102-41   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Moran, Mark A.             08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Statistics for Business Analytics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102, and QR 112 or MATH 120. Formerly "Statistics for Business Analytics" Formerly "Statistics for Business Analysis"
BIS 221-41   M      6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            08/29-12/16

Business Information Systems: Quality & Operations Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204; MK 200 or HONB 200; AC 202 and BIS 202; BIS 221; FIN 214 or HONB 214. Cannot take both BIS 310 and BIS 312 for credit.
BIS 310-41   Tu     6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            08/29-12/16

Business Law (return to Evening Course table)

Business Law : Intro to Business Law

3 credits
BL 201-41    TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Smith, Cheryl R            CLOSED 
BL 201-43    TuTh   7:00-8:20 pm          Books   Smith, Cheryl R            08/29-12/16

Civil and Environmental Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Transportation Engineering Lab

1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE 351
CEE 353-41   W      5:30-8:20 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Railroad Track Structure Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete or concurrent CEE 341
CEE 456-41   W      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Blachly, Frank C           08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE-590-41

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Construction Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior CEE standing
CEE 470-41   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
	combined w/CEE-592-41

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or 5th year BS/MS
CEE 590-41   W      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Blachly, Frank C           08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE-456-41 - ST: RAILROAD TRACK STRUCTURE GRADUATE STUDENTS OR BS/MS STUDENTS

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or 5th year BS/MS
CEE 592-43   M      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Desellier, Cynthia         08/29-12/16
	ST: CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING - GRADUATE STUDENTS OR BS/MS - cross-listed w/CEE 670-41

Civil and Environmental Engineering: Construction Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate MSCE or MSCMGT standing.
CEE 670-41   M      5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Desellier, Cynthia         08/29-12/16
	combined w/CEE 592-43  ST: Construction Engineering

Criminal Justice (return to Evening Course table)

Criminal Justice: Intro to Cyber Crimes

3 credits
CJ 348-41    W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Hanson, Robert N           08/29-12/16

Construction Management (return to Evening Course table)

Construction Management: Construction CAD

3 credits
CMGT 200-41  M      5:30-6:50 pm          Books   DelSanto, Andrew           CLOSED 
             W      5:30-6:50 pm                                             CLOSED 

Computer Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

Computer Engineering: Software Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: A structured programming language. Cross listed as CPE 525
CPE 425-41   M      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Despang, Bob S             08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-525-41 & CS 490-41

Computer Engineering: Software Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing and a structured programming language. Cross listed as CPE 425
CPE 525-41   M      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Despang, Bob S             08/29-12/16
	combined w/CPE-425-41 & CS 490-41

Computer Science (return to Evening Course table)

Computer Science: Digital Forensics I

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 101/IT 101 or CS 132, & Junior or Senior standing, or instructor's permission formerly Computer Forensics, Tools & Process
CS 300-41    Tu     5:30-8:10 pm          Books   Contabile, Vic S           08/29-12/16

Computer Science: Software Engineering

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 200/IT 200, CS 210 and CS 220, and senior standing.
CS 490-41    M      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Despang, Bob S             CLOSED 
	cross-listed with CPE 425/525

Cultures (return to Evening Course table)

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
CUL 291-41   M      5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Dancs, Anita               CLOSED 
             W      5:00-6:20 pm                                             CLOSED 
	Hybrid - oncampus M and online W - asynchronous -  ST: The Magyars: Past & Past - The Magyars were equestrian nomads who migrated from the east into the Carpathian Basis. Bringing their culture, including their unusual language, they eventually adopted Western social, economic and political institutions. This course explores the evolution of Hungarian culture from the origins of the Magyar state to the rise of the Hungarian Kingdom to today's smaller, more homogenous country. We will study conflict and cooperation between Hungary and other countries as well as the Magyars' relationships with minority populations within the country such as the Roma. We will also survey representations of culture in literature and the performing and visual arts. - This course is taught as a hybrid course with some class meetings and significant online work.   Meets the Elements of Culture ("CA") requirement for Business and Engineering or the Global Cultures (CUL) requirement for Arts & Sciences.

Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
CUL 293-41   Tu     5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Simpson, Michaela M        CLOSED 
	ST: Canadian Cultures -  Canada has been described as "founded, after all, by those who lost the Revolution," lacking "a core identity but having shared values [and]. being the first post-national state."  In this course we will explore key points in Canadian history, key leaders that inspired Canadians, created Canadian organizations, helped build the country, helped govern the nation, and fought for their beliefs.  We will discuss social issues, why Canada has legal definitions for "person" and "sorry," and the consequences. We will explore Canadian culture, cuisine, humour, mannerisms, media, arts, and sports.  We will discuss First Nations Peoples, the French-English divide, and what it means to live in a modern multicultural society.  We will learn about shinny and weird Canadian words like scob, money called "loonies" and "toonies," and more!  Finally, you will be able to explain the significance of these terms, concepts, events, and people to Canadians and possibly the world.

Electrical Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering Laboratory I

2 credits, prerequisite: Take EE 303 concurrently.
EE 319-41    Tu     5:30-8:30 pm          Books   Burke, John J              CLOSED 

Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering Lab III

2 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 322.
EE 427-41    Th     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Northrup, Steven G         CLOSED 
             Th     6:30-8:30 pm                                             CLOSED 

Electrical Engineering: Advanced Electromagnetics

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 314, or equivalent
EE 614-41           By Arrangement        Books   Burke, John J              08/29-12/16
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	Hybrid/oncampus TBA & online TBA

Engineering Management (return to Evening Course table)

Engineering Management: Special Topics in Engineering Mgmt

3 credits
EMGT 590-41  W      5:00-7:30 pm          Books   Niknam, Seyed A            08/29-12/16
	In class only -  EMGT 590: Fundamental Methods for Engineering (3 cr) - Prereq: MS International students - This course is specifically structured for newly admitted international students whom have no previous education in US-based higher educational institutes. The purpose of the course is to develop a baseline of knowledge in the tools and techniques that are essential for success at Western New England University. The course will cover materials ranging from general expectations for demonstrating competence in course student outcomes (including submitted work), to demonstration of common software applications as tools for implementing IEEM oriented processes and procedures.

Management (return to Evening Course table)

Management: Project Management

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or MAN 204/HONB 204.
MAN 370-41   M      6:20-7:40 pm          Books   Willis, Richard            08/29-12/16
             W      6:20-7:40 pm                                             
	Hybrid - oncampus + online synchronous - Cross listed with AEM 370-41

Mechanical Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

Mechanical Engineering: Applications of Mechatronics System

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 311 and ME 324 cross-listed with ME 656
ME 455-41    Tu     6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          08/29-12/16
	combined w/ME 656-41

Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

3 credits
ME 492-41    Tu     5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Mehdi   CLOSED 
	ST: Multiphase Flow - cross-listed w/ME-592-41 - Multiphase flow (particularly liquid and gas phase) have many industrial applications such as fuel cells, heat exchangers, condensers, air conditioning, and process plants. The single-phase pressure drop in fluids is well understood and can be predicted over a wide range of operating conditions. The liquid- gas two-phase flow pressure drop, however, is not well identified and has been studied only for a limited range of operating conditions relevant to particular areas of interest. The physics behind this type of transport phenomena is very complicated to be modeled with simplified mathematical expressions. In this course, hydrodynamic and heat transfer correlation for multiphase flow will be discussed.

Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

3 credits
ME 592-41    Tu     5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Mehdi   08/29-12/16
	ST: Multiphase Flow - Graduate MS or 5yr BS/MS students - cross-listed w/ME-492-41 - Multiphase flow (particularly liquid and gas phase) have many industrial applications such as fuel cells, heat exchangers, condensers, air conditioning, and process plants. The single-phase pressure drop in fluids is well understood and can be predicted over a wide range of operating conditions. The liquid- gas two-phase flow pressure drop, however, is not well identified and has been studied only for a limited range of operating conditions relevant to particular areas of interest. The physics behind this type of transport phenomena is very complicated to be modeled with simplified mathematical expressions. In this course, hydrodynamic and heat transfer correlation for multiphase flow will be discussed.

Mechanical Engineering: Adv Mechatronics

3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing or permission cross-listed with ME 455
ME 656-41    Tu     6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          08/29-12/16
	combined w/ME 455-41

Sign Language (return to Evening Course table)

Sign Language: Basic Sign Language, Level I

3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 101
SL 101-41    MW     6:00-7:20 pm          Books   Goncalves, Dulce S.        08/29-12/16

Social Work (return to Evening Course table)

Social Work: Dynamics of Oppression &empowerment

3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 100, PSY 101, SO 101, CJ 101 or LSOC 102
SW 320-41    M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Bogle, Yvonne S            08/29-12/16
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Non-Traditional Courses

(return to Non-Traditional Course table)

: New Student Course Placeholder - 12

12 credits, prerequisite: Fall New Student Course Placeholder - 12 credits
FALL 101-PLHD       By Arrangement        Books   Seguro, Dominic L          08/29-12/16

: New TR Student Course Placeholder-6 cr

6 credits, prerequisite: Fall Transfer Student Course Placeholder - 6 credits
FALL 102-PLHD6       By Arrangement        Books   Seguro, Dominic L          08/29-12/16


2022 Fall Semester Course Schedule posted Wed 09/21/2022 06:50 AM by Linda Chojnicki,
Western New England University's Academic Schedule Controller.