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2019 Spring Semester Schedule

Posted Tue 01/15/2019 08:47 AM

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

Spring’19 Semester Undergraduate Priority Registration Period runs November 6 - 16

Priority Registration opens at 9:20 am Monday - Friday, during normal business hours

  • Seniors register Tuesday, November 6
  • Juniors register Thursday, November 8
  • Sophomores register Tuesday, November 13
  • First-year students register Thursday, November 15

  • 3rd-year J.D. students register Friday, November 16

  • Spring'19 Registration for all other current students (OTD, Pharmacy, Law and readmitted undergraduates) opens Monday, November 19 at 12:01 am

  • Wintersession'19 Registration opens Tuesday, November 6 at 12:01 am for current students.


    Current undergraduates will see their assigned priority registration date and timeslot when they log into "Colleague Self-Service"

    Note:
    Priority Registration takes place during normal business hours, and slots open to coincide with standard TTH course ending times. Most timeslots consist of groups of 100 students except that first-year students will be in groups of 150.
    All current seniors will be given a Priority Registration time; in the future, when the graduation application form has been implemented, we will resume not including seniors scheduled to graduate in the current semester.
    The general schedule is listed below by class level.

    Assigned Priority Registration timeslots for current undergraduates start:

    Start Time/Date Registration #s Class

    Tuesday, November 6 #1 – #583 Seniors
    @ 9:20am, 10:50am, 12:20pm, 12:50pm, 1:20pm, 1:50pm, 3:20pm

    Thursday, November 8 #584 – #1232 Juniors
    @ 9:20am, 10:50am, 12:20pm, 12:50pm, 1:20pm, 1:50pm, 3:20pm

    Tuesday, November 13 #1233 – #1904 Sophomores
    @ 9:20am, 10:50am, 12:20pm, 12:50pm, 1:20pm, 1:50pm, 3:20pm

    Thursday, November 15 #1905 – #2817 First-years
    @ 9:20am, 10:50am, 12:20pm, 12:50pm, 1:20pm, 1:50pm, 3:20pm

    Friday, November 16 #2818 – #2864 Third-year J.D.
    @ 8:50am

    Please note that a student may register any time after the assigned registration time/date.



    ** 11-week Winter'19 Graduate Registration Period opens Monday, December 10 at 12:01 am **


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    Accounting (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Accounting: Introduction to Accounting I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111, MATH 115, MATH 123 or MATH 133. Formerly "Financial Reporting"
    AC 201-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Lo, May H.                 CLOSED 
    AC 201-04    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Corthell, Tara             CLOSED 
    

    Accounting: Introduction to Accounting II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 201 or HONB 203, or equivalent. Formerly "Managerial Accounting"
    AC 202-02    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E.     01/14-05/10
    AC 202-04    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E.     01/14-05/10
    AC 202-06    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E.     CLOSED 
    AC 202-08    MWF    8:00-8:50 am                  Sawyer, Alison            CANCELLED 
    AC 202-10    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Sawyer, Alison             01/14-05/10
    AC 202-12    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Sawyer, Alison             CLOSED 
    AC 202-40    MW     6:00-7:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    AC 202-42    TuTh   6:00-7:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    AC 202-52           By Arrangement                TBA                       CANCELLED 
    	Online with Kodiak
    AC 202-54 By Arrangement Books Sawyer, Alison 01/14-05/10 Online w/Kodiak

    Accounting: Special Topics in Accounting

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111, or MATH 123, or MATH 133, with a grade of "C" or better For AC Majors Only
    AC 291-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Sugermeyer, Stephen E.     CLOSED 
    	Tools and Concepts of Accounting -  The primary objective of this course is to provide a foundational understanding of accounting concepts and tools.  The course takes students from double-entry accounting through to the elementary understanding of how to construct financial statements. Key outcomes include an ability to apply the conceptual framework to journalizing transactions, adjusting and closing entries, the accounting information process (cycles), and creating the balance sheet, income statement, and the statement of cash flows.

    Accounting: Financial Reporting II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 201 or HONB 203 with minimum grade of C.
    AC 305-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Corthell, Tara             01/14-05/10
    

    Accounting: Financial Reporting III

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 305 with minimum grade of C.
    AC 306-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Corthell, Tara             01/14-05/10
    

    Accounting: Cost Accounting

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202
    AC 309-42    W      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Tomolonis, Paul A.         01/14-05/10
    

    Accounting: Accounting Analytics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 305
    AC 340-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Corthell, Tara             01/14-05/10
                                                      Tomolonis, Paul A.         
    

    Accounting: Special Topics in Accounting

    1 credit, prerequisite: Need a minimum GPA of 2.50. Junior or Senior standing.
    AC 390-02    TuTh   2:00-4:50 pm                  Kofsky, Ausher M.B.       CANCELLED 
    	Tax Practicum - VITA - This course provides participation in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)  program of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), as administered by Western New England University.  Students will gain experiential learning by preparing federal and state income tax returns.  Potential clients include low-to-moderate income taxpayers from the local community, domestic and international students, senior citizens, military, and veterans.  Most or all the tax return preparation will be on the WNE University campus.  Key outcomes include experience in tax compliance and managing professional-client relationships.
    AC 390-04 TuTh 2:00-4:50 pm Books Kofsky, Ausher M.B. 01/14-05/10 Practicum in Taxation - Target Audience: Students interested in serving as tax preparers to real-world clients through the IRS's VITA program. Rationale: This is the second year in which students can serve as defacto tax preparers using a program developed and sanctioned by the IRS. Key skills include developing and maintaining a professional relationship to clients and applying tax code to actual situations.

    Accounting: Financial Reporting IV

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 306
    AC 407-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Lo, May H.                 CLOSED 
    

    Accounting: Fundamentals of Individual Tax

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202
    AC 413-42    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Kofsky, Ausher M.B.        01/14-05/10
    

    Accounting: Auditing & Assurance Services

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 305 or permission of instructor.
    AC 419-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Sawyer, Alison             01/14-05/10
    

    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 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    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 481-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        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 350-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Willis, Richard            01/14-05/10
    

    Arts & Entertainment Mgmt: Seminar in Arts & Entertainment Man

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing, and Arts & Entertainment Management major.
    AEM 465-52          By Arrangement        Books   Forray, Jeanie M.          01/14-05/10
    	Online with Kodiak

    Arts & Entertainment Mgmt: Internship in Arts & Entertainment Man

    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.
    AEM 480-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Art (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Art: Intro to Art

    3 credits
    ART 101-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Fairman, Christina A.      CLOSED 
    

    Art: Drawing I

    3 credits
    ART 105-02   Tu     2:00-4:40 pm          Books   St. Laurent, Kerry M.      CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50
    ART 105-40 Tu 5:20-8:00 pm Books St. Laurent, Kerry M. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50

    Art: Life Painting w/Volumes of Color

    3 credits
    ART 116-02   Th     3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W.C.           CLOSED 
    	Offered with ART 117-02
    Laboratory Fee $50

    Art: Painting w/Volumes of Color II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ART 116
    ART 117-02   Th     3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W.C.           01/14-05/10
    	Offered with ART 116-02
    Laboratory Fee $50

    Art: Intro to Jewelry Making

    3 credits
    ART 118-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Ghahramani, Lili N         CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50
    ART 118-04 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Ghahramani, Lili N 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $50

    Art: Art of Hand Papermaking I

    3 credits
    ART 120-40   Th     6:30-9:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W.C.           CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50

    Art: Special Topics in Art

    3 credits
    ART 190-02   W      1:00-3:40 pm                  St. Laurent, Kerry M.     CANCELLED 
    	Color in Art and Design - This course explores the topic of color theory with approaches based on both theory and practice in art and design.  This course will also introduce scientific, historical and contemporary contexts of color, such as psychological response to color and color in marketing and advertising. Activities will combine traditional lecture with web-based discussion and collaboration as well as hands-on creation of color palettes using cut paper and paint.  Students will seek personal interest and relevance with open-ended assignments and a cumulative sketchbook project.  Much of the class will be dedicated to experimentation with ideas, group discussion, and critique.
    Laboratory Fee $50

    Art: Survey of Western Art II

    3 credits
    ART 202-52          By Arrangement        Books   Fairman, Christina A.      01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Art: London Through the Ages

    3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as HIST 212
    ART 212-02          By Arrangement        Books   South, Theodore            CLOSED 
    	Study abroad in London - Cross-listed with HIST 212-02

    Art: Special Topics in Art

    3 credits
    ART 291-02   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm                  Fairman, Christina A.     CANCELLED 
                                                      Sobinski-Smith, Mary Jane  
    	American Art- American art both reflects and influences the culture in which it is created. This course will analyze the evolution of major American artists, art movements, styles, and artistic elements from the 18th century to the present and their connections to the cultural ideas of the time. Iconic works of American painting, sculpture, photography and architecture will be visually "read," analyzed, and discussed. In addition to contextual analysis, this class will include formal visual analysis techniques. Selected readings, required museum visit and WNE art gallery talk will supplement the visual analysis to highlight the connection between the art and the cultural context of the period. Upon completion of the course, students will be able to identify key art genres, movements, and artists in American culture, discern the stylistic characteristics of various periods, and explain the cultural context for a variety of iconic images that continue to shape our world today.

    Aerospace Studies (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Aerospace Studies: Us Air Force Today II

    1 credit
    AS 112-02    W      8:00-8:50 am          Books   Carlisle, Christopher James  01/14-05/10
                 Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                                             
    

    Aerospace Studies: Adv Physical Fitness

    1 credit, prerequisite: AS 191 is repeatable for credit.
    AS 191-02    MW     6:30-7:30 am          Books   Carlisle, Christopher James  01/14-05/10
                                                      Guerber, Mark              
    

    Aerospace Studies: The Air Force Way II

    1 credit
    AS 224-02    M      8:00-8:50 am          Books   Guerber, Mark              01/14-05/10
                 Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                                             
    

    Aerospace Studies: Usaf Prof/Off II Leadshp/Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AS 335
    AS 336-02    F      7:00-10:00 am         Books   TBA                        01/14-05/10
                 Tu     4:00-6:00 pm                                             
    

    Biology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Biology: Basic Biology: Organisms

    3 credits
    BIO 101-02   MW     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Klimes, Anna               CLOSED 
                 M      5:30-8:30 pm                  Foss, Gail                 CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    BIO 101-04 MW 11:00-11:50 am Books Holmes, Dawn 01/14-05/10 M 2:00-5:00 pm Holmes, Dawn Laboratory Fee $100

    Biology: General Biology II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107/BIO 117, or permission of the instructor; Concurrent BIO-118;
    BIO 108-02   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Ford, Emily N.             01/14-05/10
    	Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Optometry, and Pre-PA Majors only
    BIO 108-04 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Ford, Emily N. 01/14-05/10 Pre-Pharmacy, Pre-Optometry, and Pre-PA Majors only
    BIO 108-06 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Rosenman, Burt A. 01/14-05/10 BIO 108-08 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Sternberg, Karl 01/14-05/10 BIO 108-10 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Lipson, Kathryn L 01/14-05/10 BIO 108-12 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Sternberg, Karl CANCELLED

    Biology: General Biology Laboratory II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete BIO 108
    BIO 118-02   M      2:00-5:00 pm          Books   Sternberg, Karl            01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    BIO 118-04 Tu 9:30 am-12:30 pm Books Ford, Emily N. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 118-06 Tu 2:00-5:00 pm Books Sternberg, Karl CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 118-08 W 2:00-5:00 pm Books Lipson, Kathryn L 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 118-10 Th 9:30 am-12:30 pm Books Sternberg, Karl CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 118-12 Th 2:00-5:00 pm Books Sternberg, Karl 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 118-14 F 2:00-5:00 pm Books Lail-Trecker, Melissa 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 118-42 Tu 5:15-8:15 pm Books Roberge, Lawrence F. 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $100

    Biology: Human Heredity

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 101 or BIO 103, or BIO 107/BIO 117. Credit for both BIO 152 and BIO 306 is not permissible.
    BIO 152-52          By Arrangement        Books   Sartori, Lorraine          CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Biology: Microbes & Society

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 101 or BIO 103, or BIO 107/BIO 117
    BIO 158-02   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Lail-Trecker, Melissa      01/14-05/10
    

    Biology: Plant Biology

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107, BIO 117, and at least sophomore standing.
    BIO 201-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Klimes, Anna               01/14-05/10
                 Tu     9:30 am-12:30 pm              Klimes, Anna               
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Biology: Microbiology

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107, BIO 117, and CHEM 106.
    BIO 203-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Klimes, Anna               CLOSED 
                 Tu     9:30 am-12:30 pm              Lail-Trecker, Melissa      CLOSED 
    	Lecture Combined w/ 04
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 203-04 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Klimes, Anna CLOSED Tu 2:00-5:00 pm Lail-Trecker, Melissa CLOSED Lecture Combined w/ 02
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 203-06 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Holmes, Dawn CLOSED W 2:00-5:00 pm Rothermich, Mary M. CLOSED Lecture Combined w/ 08
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 203-08 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Holmes, Dawn CLOSED Th 9:30 am-12:30 pm Russell, Ellen K. CLOSED Lecture Combined w/ 06
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 203-10 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Klimes, Anna CLOSED Th 2:00-5:00 pm Russell, Ellen K. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

    Biology: Anatomy & Physiology II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 215
    BIO 216-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rosenman, Burt A.          CLOSED 
                 M      2:00-5:00 pm                  Rosenman, Burt A.          CLOSED 
    	Lecture combined w/ 04
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 216-04 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Rosenman, Burt A. CLOSED F 2:00-5:00 pm Rosenman, Burt A. CLOSED Lecture combined w/ 02
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 216-06 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Lipson, Kathryn L CLOSED Tu 9:30 am-12:30 pm Lipson, Kathryn L CLOSED Lecture combined w/ 08
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 216-08 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Lipson, Kathryn L 01/14-05/10 Tu 2:00-5:00 pm Lipson, Kathryn L Lecture combined w/ 06
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 216-10 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Rothermich, Mary M. CLOSED Th 9:30 am-12:30 pm Rothermich, Mary M. CLOSED Lecture combined w/ 12
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 216-12 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Rothermich, Mary M. 01/14-05/10 Th 2:00-5:00 pm Rothermich, Mary M. Lecture combined w/ 10
    Laboratory Fee $100

    Biology: Cell Biology

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 107, BIO 117 and CHEM 210.
    BIO 310-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rocheleau, Jessica M       CLOSED 
                 W      2:00-5:00 pm                  Rocheleau, Jessica M       CLOSED 
    	Lecture combined w/ 04 -  FB, BIOG, SEBIO Majors Only
    Laboratory Fee $100
    BIO 310-04 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Rocheleau, Jessica M 01/14-05/10 F 2:00-5:00 pm Rocheleau, Jessica M Lecture combined w/ 02 - FB, BIOG, SEBIO Majors Only
    Laboratory Fee $100

    Biology: Principles of Biochemistry

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO-107 and CHEM-210
    BIO 320-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Ford, Emily N.             01/14-05/10
    

    Biology: Undergraduate Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 440 and senior standing
    BIO 441-02          By Arrangement        Books   Holmes, Dawn               CLOSED 
    

    Biology: Evolution

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 306 and senior standing.
    BIO 455-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Rosenman, Burt A.          01/14-05/10
    

    Business Information Systems (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Business Information Systems: Problem Solving w/Business Tools

    3 credits
    BIS 102-02   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Mutigwe, Charles           CLOSED 
    BIS 102-04   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Moore, Andrew J.           CLOSED 
    

    Business Information Systems: Intro to Business Info Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102 or CS 131 and minimum of Sophomore standing.
    BIS 202-02   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Disabito, David M.         01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    BIS 202-04 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Akcam, Bahadir K CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    BIS 202-06 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Disabito, David M. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    BIS 202-08 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Disabito, David M. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    BIS 202-10 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Mutigwe, Charles 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $100

    Business Information Systems: Statistics for Business Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102, and QR 112 or MATH 120. Formerly "Statistics for Business Analytics"
    BIS 221-02   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Disabito, David M.         CLOSED 
    BIS 221-04   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Letkowski, Jerzy           01/14-05/10
    BIS 221-06   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Letkowski, Jerzy           CLOSED 
    BIS 221-08   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Bayrak, Tuncay             CLOSED 
    BIS 221-42   M      6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    

    Business Information Systems: Quality & Operations Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101 or HONB 101; MK 200 or HONB 200; AC 202 and and BIS 202; BIS 220 or BIS 221; FIN 214 or HONB 214. Cannot take both BIS 310 and BIS 312 for credit.
    BIS 310-42   Tu     6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    

    Business Information Systems: Quality & Operations Mgmt w/SAP

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101; MK 200/HONB 200; AC 202; BIS 202; BIS 220/BIS 221; FIN 214. Cannot take both BIS 310 and BIS 312 for credit.
    BIS 312-02   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Willis, Richard            01/14-05/10
    BIS 312-04   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Willis, Richard            CLOSED 
    BIS 312-06   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Willis, Richard            CLOSED 
    

    Business Information Systems: Applied Data Mining

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 230
    BIS 330-02   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Akcam, Bahadir K           01/14-05/10
    

    Business Information Systems: Enterprise Resources Planning Syst

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

    Business Information Systems: Special Topics in Bus Info Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    BIS 390-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Letkowski, Jerzy           01/14-05/10
    	Data Analysis with R - This course starts with an introduction to language R. Students learn basic data and object types, programming statements and control structures, as well as the use of R libraries. Next, the students learn how to apply exploratory data analysis tools, using frequency and contingency tables, charts, summary measures, and dealing with data quality assurance. Finally, the student delve into the real power of R. They develop applications, using hypothesis testing, and model based methods-both analytic and simulation driven. The student will work in teams on data analysis projects, one of which will deal with Big Data, utilizing R and an SQL database system.

    Business Information Systems: Business Analytics w/SAP

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 202
    BIS 412-02   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Mutigwe, Charles           01/14-05/10
    

    Business Information Systems: Business Analytics Project

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 230 and BIS 321
    BIS 445-59          By Arrangement        Books   Bayrak, Tuncay             CLOSED 
    

    Business Information Systems: Multivariate & Big Data Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 221 and BIS 230
    BIS 450-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bayrak, Tuncay             01/14-05/10
    

    Business Law (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Business Law : Intro to Business Law

    3 credits
    BL 201-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Masteralexis, James T.     CLOSED 
    BL 201-04    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Masteralexis, James T.     CLOSED 
    BL 201-06    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Shrage, Harvey M           01/14-05/10
    

    Business Law : Business Law for Sport Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPMN 250 or MAN 250 and SPMN & SPMK majors only. Cannot take BL 201/HONB 201 and BL 360 for credit.
    BL 360-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Masteralexis, James T.     01/14-05/10
    

    Business Law : Labor Management Relation in Sports

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BL 360, or permission of instructor. Cannot take both BL 308 and BL 388 for credit
    BL 388-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Shrage, Harvey M           CLOSED 
    

    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 424-52           By Arrangement        Books   Shrage, Harvey M           CLOSED 
    	Online with Kodiak

    Biomedical Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 201; EE 205 or HONE 205; and MATH 236
    BME 202-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   English, Anthony E.        01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Engr Sophomore Lab

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite BME 202
    BME 206-02   Th     2:00-6:00 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    BME 206-04   Tu     2:00-6:00 pm          Books   English, Anthony E.        01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Biomaterials

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 105, BME 201 and PHYS 134
    BME 240-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Gettens, Robert T. T.      01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Engineering Physiology II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 301 and BME 305 Corequisite BME 306
    BME 302-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am                Rust, Michael J.          CANCELLED 
    BME 302-04   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rust, Michael J.           01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Engineering Lab II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete BME 305 Corequisite BME-302
    BME 306-02   M      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Testa, Diane Marie         CLOSED 
    BME 306-04   W      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Jaiswal, Devina            01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Biomedical Thermal Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 106, MATH 236, and BME 301
    BME 350-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   English, Anthony E.        01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Biomechanics I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 and PHYS 133
    BME 351-02   Tu     2:00-4:30 pm                  Solomito, Matthew J.      CANCELLED 
    BME 351-04   W      8:00-10:50 am         Books   Solomito, Matthew J.       CLOSED 
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Adv Bioinstrumentation

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 331 Completed BME 302, or BME 302 corequisite taken concurrently.
    BME 431-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Rust, Michael J.           01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Senior Projects

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 437
    BME 440-02   W      2:00-2:50 pm                  Gettens, Robert T. T.     CANCELLED 
                 F      2:00-4:00 pm                                            CANCELLED 
    BME 440-04   W      2:00-2:50 pm                  Gettens, Robert T. T.     CANCELLED 
                 F      2:00-5:00 pm                                            CANCELLED 
    BME 440-06   F      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Gettens, Robert T. T.      01/14-05/10
    

    Biomedical Engineering: Adv Biomed Materials & Med Devices

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BME 240/BME 340 or ME 309
    BME 443-02   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Jaiswal, Devina            01/14-05/10
    

    Business (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Business: First Year Business Seminar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Freshmen College of Business Majors Only - Freshmen College of Business Majors Only
    BUS 101-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Greeley, John P.           01/14-05/10
    

    Business: Living & Learning Abroad

    1 credit, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    BUS 210-52          By Arrangement        Books   Forray, Jeanie M.          01/14-05/10
    	Online w/Kodiak
    BUS 210-59 By Arrangement Books Forray, Jeanie M. CLOSED

    Business: Business Process & Enterprise w/SAP

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202, BIS 202, BIS 220/BIS 221, BL 201/HONB 201/ BL 350/BL360, FIN 214, MAN 101/HONB 101, MK 200/HONB 200 Cannot take BUS 326 and BUS 312 /HONB 312 for credit.
    BUS 312-02   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Gulati, Anil               01/14-05/10
    BUS 312-04   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Gulati, Anil               CLOSED 
    BUS 312-06   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          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 101/HONB 101 & MK 200/HONB 200. Cannot take BUS 326 and BUS 312/HONB 312 for credit.
    BUS 326-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Greeley, John P.           01/14-05/10
    

    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 334-02          By Arrangement        Books   Spotts, Harlan             CLOSED 
    

    Business: Non Profit Board Field Experience

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete BUS 375. Permission of instructor and junior standing in College of Business
    BUS 376-02          By Arrangement        Books   Woodside, Thomas J.        CLOSED 
    

    Business: Special Topics in Business

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS-221; MATH-120 or MATH-121; BUS-345, or permission of instructor.
    BUS 390-02   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Spotts, Harlan             01/14-05/10
    	Pharmaceutical Analytics - This course will introduce students to the application of analytics in the health and healthcare industries.  Working closely with industry standard analytical tools, students will investigate the healthcare patient funnel from a business perspective. This course should be of interest to any student enrolled in a health or healthcare related major.

    Business: Global Scholars Capstone

    2 credits, prerequisite: Approval of Global Scholars Coordinator.
    BUS 411-59          By Arrangement        Books   Forray, Jeanie M.          CLOSED 
    

    Business: Business Strategy

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BUS 312/HONB 312 or BUS 326, & BIS 310 or BIS 312
    BUS 450-02   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Greeley, John P.           01/14-05/10
    BUS 450-04   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Greeley, John P.           01/14-05/10
    BUS 450-52          By Arrangement        Books   Jean-Denis, Howard         CLOSED 
    	Online with Kodiak

    Business: Internship in Business

    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.
    BUS 480-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    CCGS (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    CCGS: Intro to Interprofessional Education

    2 credits
    CCGS 370-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    	Elms College

    CCGS: Aural Rehabilitation

    3 credits
    CCGS 462-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    	Springfield College

    CCGS: Language Disorders in Children

    3 credits
    CCGS 483-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    	Springfield College

    Civil and Environmental Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Strength of Civil Engineer Material

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete or co-requisites ME 202 or HONE202
    CEE 240-40   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Shin, Moochul              01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Strength of Civil Engr Material Lab

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE 240
    CEE 242-02   M      2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Shin, Moochul              CLOSED 
    CEE 242-04   W      2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Shin, Moochul              CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Civil Engineering Research

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior CEE major standing.
    CEE 310-59          By Arrangement        Books   Lee, Kenneth               CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Environmental Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 361 or ME 316
    CEE 320-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Lee, Kenneth               01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Environmental Engineering Lab

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE-320
    CEE 322-02   W      11:00 am-1:50 pm      Books   Lee, Kenneth               CLOSED 
    CEE 322-04   W      2:00-4:50 pm          Books   Lee, Kenneth               CLOSED 
    CEE 322-06   M      12:00-2:50 pm         Books   Lee, Kenneth               01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Groundwater Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 361 or ME 316
    CEE 324-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Schlef, Katherine          01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Soil Mechanics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 361 or ME 316
    CEE 330-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Soil Mechanics Lab

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE-330
    CEE 332-02   F      1:00-3:50 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
    CEE 332-40   Th     5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Steel & Reinforced Concrete Design

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 341
    CEE 342-02   MW     3:00-4:20 pm          Books   Lee, Chang Hoon            CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil & Enviro Engr

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    CEE 390-40   M      6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Duffy, Hugh Michael        01/14-05/10
    	Facade Engineering - Dual listed with CEE 591 - This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of building facade engineering.  Topics include: design process, modeling, material selection, construction, energy and performance, environmental considerations, and project management.

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Capstone Design

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing
    CEE 402-02   TuTh   4:00-5:20 pm          Books   Sullivan, Ashley           CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Green & Substainable Civil Engineer

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing.
    CEE 406-40   Tu     5:30-8:20 pm          Books   Lee, Kenneth               01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Construction Materials

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 342
    CEE 451-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Lee, Chang Hoon            01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Construction Materials Laboratory

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE 451
    CEE 453-59          By Arrangement        Books   Lee, Kenneth               CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Railroad Track Structure Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CEE 341
    CEE 456-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Shin, Moochul              01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed w/CEE 592-02

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

    3 credits
    CEE 490-02   MW     4:30-5:50 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             01/14-05/10
    	Transportation System Analysis -  Dual listed with CEE 590 - This course provides understandings of transportation systems and its analysis. The topics covered are public transit (bus and rail) systems, air transportation systems, transportation safety, transportation demand modeling, and environmental impact of transportation. Students will enhance their understanding through applied hands-on assignments throughout the coursework.

    Chemistry (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Chemistry: General Chemistry I

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete one unit of secondary school chemistry.
    CHEM 105-02  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Garcia-Sega, Adrian        CLOSED 
                 M      2:00-5:00 pm                  Garcia-Sega, Adrian        CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    CHEM 105-04 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books Garcia-Sega, Adrian 01/14-05/10 F 2:00-5:00 pm Knudsen, Sarah E. Laboratory Fee $100

    Chemistry: General Chemistry II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 105
    CHEM 106-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Foy, Justin T.             01/14-05/10
                 M      2:00-5:00 pm                  Foy, Justin T.             
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    CHEM 106-04 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Garcia-Sega, Emily 01/14-05/10 Tu 5:00-8:00 pm Rennie, Jason R. Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-06 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Stayton, Isaac A. 01/14-05/10 Th 2:00-5:00 pm Stayton, Isaac A. Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-08 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Milheiro, Suzanna C 01/14-05/10 Tu 8:00-11:00 am Rennie, Jason R. Pre-Pharmacy Majors Only
    Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-10 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books De Silva, Nuwan CLOSED Th 2:00-5:00 pm Lee, Keri A. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-12 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Milheiro, Suzanna C 01/14-05/10 Th 8:00-11:00 am Rennie, Jason R. Pre-Pharmacy Majors Only
    Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-14 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Macanka, William CLOSED Th 11:00 am-2:00 pm Rennie, Jason R. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-16 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books De Silva, Nuwan 01/14-05/10 W 2:00-5:00 pm De Silva, Nuwan Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 106-18 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Stayton, Isaac A. 01/14-05/10 Tu 2:00-5:00 pm Rennie, Jason R. Laboratory Fee $100

    Chemistry: Organic Chemistry II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 209 and CHEM 219; CHEM-220 or concurrently
    CHEM 210-02  MWF    8:00-8:50 am                  Foy, Justin T.            CANCELLED 
    CHEM 210-04  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Poirot, Anne               CLOSED 
    CHEM 210-06  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Lee, Keri A.               CLOSED 
    CHEM 210-08  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Lee, Keri A.               CLOSED 
    CHEM 210-10  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   McClintock, Sean P.        CLOSED 
    CHEM 210-12  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   McClintock, Sean P.        01/14-05/10
    

    Chemistry: Analytical Methods

    3 credits, prerequisite: CHEM 221 or concurrently Complete CHEM 106;
    CHEM 211-02  MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Gerberich, Francis G.      01/14-05/10
    

    Chemistry: Organic Chemistry Laboratory II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 210 or concurrently
    CHEM 220-02  M      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Leake, Jonathan            CLOSED 
                 M      2:00-6:00 pm                  Leake, Jonathan            CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    CHEM 220-04 Tu 8:00 am-12:00 pm Books Lee, Keri A. CLOSED Tu 8:00 am-12:00 pm Lee, Keri A. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-06 Tu 8:00 am-12:00 pm Books Foy, Justin T. 01/14-05/10 Tu 8:00 am-12:00 pm Foy, Justin T. Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-08 Tu 2:00-6:00 pm Books Foy, Justin T. CLOSED Tu 2:00-6:00 pm Foy, Justin T. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-10 W 2:00-6:00 pm Books Leake, Jonathan CLOSED W 2:00-6:00 pm Leake, Jonathan CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-12 Th 8:00 am-12:00 pm Books Lee, Keri A. CLOSED Th 8:00 am-12:00 pm Lee, Keri A. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-14 Th 8:00 am-12:00 pm Foy, Justin T. CANCELLED Th 8:00 am-12:00 pm Foy, Justin T. CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-16 Th 2:00-6:00 pm Books Foy, Justin T. 01/14-05/10 Th 2:00-6:00 pm Foy, Justin T. Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-18 Th 2:00-6:00 pm Books McClintock, Sean P. CLOSED Th 2:00-6:00 pm McClintock, Sean P. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 220-20 F 2:00-6:00 pm Books Leake, Jonathan 01/14-05/10 F 2:00-6:00 pm Leake, Jonathan Laboratory Fee $100

    Chemistry: Analytical Methods Laboratory

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 211 or concurrently.
    CHEM 221-02  Tu     2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Gerberich, Francis G.      CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    CHEM 221-04 W 2:00-6:00 pm Books Gerberich, Francis G. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 221-06 Tu 8:00 am-12:00 pm Books Gerberich, Francis G. 01/14-05/10 Laboratory Fee $100

    Chemistry: Instrumental Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 210 or concurrently, CHEM 211, CHEM 220 or concurrently, CHEM 221, CHEM 322, or concurrently; or permission of the instructor.
    CHEM 312-02  MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Stayton, Isaac A.          01/14-05/10
    	FC, CHEM and SECHE Majors only

    Chemistry: Biochemistry

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 210 CHEM 220 Take CHEM 324 concurrently This course taken concurrently with CHEM 324 satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Science students.
    CHEM 314-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Garcia-Sega, Emily         01/14-05/10
    	Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.
    CHEM 314-04 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Poirot, Anne CLOSED Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.
    CHEM 314-06 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Poirot, Anne 01/14-05/10 Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.

    Chemistry: Physical Chemistry II

    3 credits, prerequisite: CHEM 317; CHEM 327; CHEM 328 or concurrently, or permission of instructor.
    CHEM 318-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   De Silva, Nuwan            01/14-05/10
    

    Chemistry: Instrumental Analysis Laboratory

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 312 or concurrently.
    CHEM 322-02  W      2:00-6:00 pm          Books   Stayton, Isaac A.          01/14-05/10
    	FC, CHEM and SECHE Majors only
    Laboratory Fee $100

    Chemistry: Biochemistry Laboratory

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CHEM 314
    CHEM 324-02  Tu     8:00-9:20 am          Books   Poirot, Anne               01/14-05/10
                 Tu     8:00 am-12:00 pm              Poirot, Anne               
    	Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.
    Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 324-04 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Books Garcia-Sega, Emily CLOSED Tu 2:00-6:00 pm Garcia-Sega, Emily CLOSED Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.
    Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 324-06 Th 8:00-9:20 am Books Knudsen, Sarah E. 01/14-05/10 Th 8:00 am-12:00 pm Knudsen, Sarah E. Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.
    Laboratory Fee $100
    CHEM 324-08 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Books Garcia-Sega, Emily 01/14-05/10 Th 2:00-6:00 pm Garcia-Sega, Emily Major/Class Standing Restricted - not open to biology majors and health sciences juniors without Department Chair's permission.
    Laboratory Fee $100

    Chemistry: Physical Chemistry Laboratory II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 318 or concurrently
    CHEM 328-02  M      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   De Silva, Nuwan            01/14-05/10
                 M      2:00-6:00 pm                  De Silva, Nuwan            
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CHEM 210, CHEM 220, CHEM 317, CHEM 327 Corequisite CHEM 431
    CHEM 421-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Milheiro, Suzanna C        01/14-05/10
    

    Chemistry: Inorganic Chemistry Lab

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CHEM 421
    CHEM 431-02  Tu     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Milheiro, Suzanna C        01/14-05/10
                 Tu     2:00-6:00 pm                  Milheiro, Suzanna C        
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Chemistry: Special Topics in Chemstry

    1 credit, prerequisite: CHEM or FC major; at least senior standing. Complete CHEM 312, CHEM 314 & CHEM 317 or concurrently, or permission of instructor.
    CHEM 490-02  Tu     11:00-11:50 am                Milheiro, Suzanna C       CANCELLED 
                                                      McClintock, Sean P.        
    	Seminar in Chemistry - This seminar is intended as a capstone experience for chemistry and forensic chemistry majors helping to prepare students for graduate studies and/or entrance into the professional workplace. Students will actively explore the current primary chemistry literature; investigate, discuss, and critique current research topics; prepare oral and poster presentations based upon their literature research; and prepare written briefs and seminar evaluations.

    Criminal Justice (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Criminal Justice: Intro to Criminal Justice

    3 credits
    CJ 101-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Okeem, Chidike I.          01/14-05/10
    CJ 101-04    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Hope, Kevin H.             01/14-05/10
    CJ 101-06    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N.          01/14-05/10
    CJ 101-08    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N.          01/14-05/10
    

    Criminal Justice: Criminology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, SO 101, ENGL 132 and ENGL 133 - Satisfies Writing Intensive course (WIC) requirement.
    CJ 210-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Okeem, Chidike I.          01/14-05/10
    	Cross-listed with SO 210-02
    CJ 210-04 MW 2:00-3:20 pm Books Okeem, Chidike I. 01/14-05/10 Cross-listed with SO 210-04

    Criminal Justice: Corrections

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, or 6 cr hrs of sociology or psychology.
    CJ 211-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Hansen, Laura L.           CLOSED 
    

    Criminal Justice: Intro to Police & Society

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 and SO 101
    CJ 218-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Hope, Kevin H.             CLOSED 
    CJ 218-52           By Arrangement        Books   Ingham, Alfred T           CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Criminal Justice: Evidence

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 or FS 201 or LSOC 101
    CJ 220-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Claffey, John M.           01/14-05/10
    CJ 220-52           By Arrangement        Books   Ingham, Alfred T           01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Criminal Justice: Criminal Procedure

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 or LSOC 101, any 200 level CJ course or any 200 level LSOC course
    CJ 232-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Hiser, Mary V.             01/14-05/10
    CJ 232-04    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Hiser, Mary V.             CLOSED 
    CJ 232-59           By Arrangement        Books   Ingham, Alfred T           CLOSED 
    

    Criminal Justice: The Judicial Process

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 or LSOC 101, or permission of the department
    CJ 234-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Claffey, John M.           CLOSED 
    	reserved for "Golden Bear Sleuth"
    CJ 234-04 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Hiser, Mary V. 01/14-05/10

    Criminal Justice: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, or permission of instructor.
    CJ 290-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Muftic, Lisa R.            01/14-05/10
    	Victimology  - Victimology is the scientific study of victims of crime.  This course will examine the characteristics of various victims of crime, victim-offender relationships, the interactions between victims and the criminal justice system, as well as the physical, emotional, and financial harm individuals suffer at the hands of offenders.  In exploring these dynamics and connections, this course will address the theory, history, research, legislation, and policy implications related to victimization.

    Criminal Justice: Research Methods

    4 credits, prerequisite: CJ 300 or SO 300, and Junior standing. Cross listed as SO 301.
    CJ 301-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Simpson, Michaela M.       01/14-05/10
                 F      8:00-8:50 am                                             
    	Cross-listed with SO 301-02
    CJ 301-04 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Hansen, Laura L. CANCELLED Tu 1:00-1:50 pm CANCELLED Cross-listed with SO 301-04
    CJ 301-06 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Books Hansen, Laura L. 01/14-05/10 Th 1:00-1:50 pm Cross-listed with SO 301-06

    Criminal Justice: Children, Family & the State

    3 credits, prerequisite: CJ 101, SO 101, and any 200 level criminal justice course, or permission of chair.
    CJ 304-02    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hansen, Laura L.           01/14-05/10
    

    Criminal Justice: Qualitative Research Methods

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO 101, MATH 120, any 200 level CJ or SO course, and Junior standing.
    CJ 307-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Force, William R.          01/14-05/10
                 Tu     5:00-5:50 pm                                             
    	Cross-listed with SO 307-02

    Criminal Justice: Probation & Parole

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 and any 200-level CJ course.
    CJ 320-40    W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Ichton, Bridget C          01/14-05/10
    

    Criminal Justice: Forensic Science

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 231 and BIO 101, or CHEM 101, or PHYS 101
    CJ 325-02    TuTh   4:00-5:20 pm                  Metcalfe, Alison M.       CANCELLED 
    CJ 325-04    Tu     4:00-6:40 pm          Books   Metcalfe, Alison M.        01/14-05/10
    

    Criminal Justice: Indep Study Criminal Justice

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    CJ 333-02           By Arrangement        Books   Muftic, Lisa R.            CLOSED 
    

    Criminal Justice: Ethical Decision Making

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 and any 200-level CJ.
    CJ 340-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Hiser, Mary V.             01/14-05/10
    CJ 340-04    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Kozey, Kathryn N.          01/14-05/10
    

    Criminal Justice: Constitutional Issues in Criminal Just

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, POSC 102 and any 200-level CJ course, and junior standing, or permission of the instructor.
    CJ 341-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Claffey, John M.           01/14-05/10
    CJ 341-52           By Arrangement        Books   Claffey, John M.           CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Criminal Justice: Juvenile Delinquency

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101, or SO 101, or LSOC 101 and any 200-level course; or permission of instructor.
    CJ 342-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am                  Hansen, Laura L.          CANCELLED 
    

    Criminal Justice: Multicultural Policing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO 101 or CJ 101, and Junior standing, or permission of the chair.
    CJ 349-52           By Arrangement        Books   Madera, Pablo Paul         01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Criminal Justice: Counter-Terrorism

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 260
    CJ 362-02    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Valadas, Daniel J.         01/14-05/10
    

    Criminal Justice: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 or SO 101; or permission of instructor.
    CJ 390-02    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm                Hansen, Laura L.          CANCELLED 
    	Comparative Penology - Penology, the study of, punishment, as it is presented in American universities, many times ignores the international dimensions of punishment.  In addition to "conventional" criminal punishment, this course will discuss issues with prisoners of war (POWs).  This course begins with theories and philosophies of the purposes of punishment, then examines how these may be similar or different from Western criminal justice systems.  Topics covered will include the history of punishment, social and economic conditions in other countries that might shape philosophies in punishment, and the role of religion in determining justice for victims and society when crimes are committed.  In addition to "conventional" criminal punishment, this course will discuss issues with prisoners of war (POWs).  This course will also include discussion of the growing phenomena of prison voyeurism through tourism around the world.    This course is an excellent addition for students who are participating in the Global Scholars Program.
    CJ 390-59 By Arrangement Books Muftic, Lisa R. CLOSED

    Criminal Justice: Special Topics in Criminal Justice

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 and CJ 260;
    CJ 391-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Valadas, Daniel J.         01/14-05/10
    	History of Criminal Justice System - This course will explore the creation and development of the modern criminal justice system from a past perspective.  The course will examine and study criminal justice and punishment in: Ancient Times, the Medieval World, English and American Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement, the Modern World, and current trends and concerns.  The class will focus on a diverse multi-ethnic, multi-national, and multi-cultural analysis of justice issues both past and present.

    Criminal Justice: Senior Seminar

    3 credits, prerequisite: CJ major and senior standing.
    CJ 450-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Kozey, Kathryn N.          01/14-05/10
    CJ 450-59           By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Kathryn N.          CLOSED 
    

    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 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    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 481-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Communication (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Communication: Principles of Communication

    3 credits
    COMM 100-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Deangelis, Jocelyn A.      CLOSED 
    COMM 100-04  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Deangelis, Jocelyn A.      01/14-05/10
    COMM 100-06  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Candaras, Gale D           CLOSED 
    COMM 100-08  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Candaras, Gale D           01/14-05/10
    COMM 100-10  MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Eaton, Melanie A.          CLOSED 
    COMM 100-12  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Deangelis, Jocelyn A.      CLOSED 
    COMM 100-40  M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     01/14-05/10
    COMM 100-52         By Arrangement        Books   Pace, Deborah A.           CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Communication: Intro to Public Speaking

    3 credits
    COMM 102-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Battema, Douglas           01/14-05/10
    	Communications Majors Only
    COMM 102-04 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Chang, Hsiu-Jung 01/14-05/10 Pre-Pharmacy Majors Only
    COMM 102-06 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Davis, Andrea M. 01/14-05/10 Pre-Pharmacy Majors Only
    COMM 102-08 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Davis, Andrea M. CLOSED

    Communication: Mass Communication

    3 credits
    COMM 205-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V.      01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Video Prod I: Intro to Digital Edit

    3 credits
    COMM 241-02  MW     3:00-4:20 pm          Books   Naglieri, Michael P        01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Video Production II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 241, and Sophomore standing
    COMM 250-40  W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Dahm, Jeffrey M.           01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $200

    Communication: Health Communications

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    COMM 283-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Davis, Andrea M.           01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Intro to Public Relations

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    COMM 285-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Deangelis, Jocelyn A.      01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Communication Theories

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 206
    COMM 300-02  MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V.      01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Small Group Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100, COMM 201 or ENGL 201 or junior standing.
    COMM 320-52         By Arrangement        Books   Davis, Andrea M.           CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak
    COMM 320-54 By Arrangement Books Ferrara, Heather M. 01/14-05/10 Online w/ Kodiak

    Communication: Media Industry, Government & Society

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100 and COMM 205
    COMM 324-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Battema, Douglas           01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Business Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and 2 courses in ENGL writing w/grades of C or better.
    COMM 340-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Chang, Hsiu-Jung           01/14-05/10
    COMM 340-52         By Arrangement        Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Communication: Event Planning

    3 credits, prerequisite: COMM 285 and Sophomore standing
    COMM 344-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  Deangelis, Jocelyn A.     CANCELLED 
    

    Communication: Intercultural Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 100 or equivalent, and Junior standing.
    COMM 348-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Chang, Hsiu-Jung           01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Multimedia Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 251
    COMM 352-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $200

    Communication: Global Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 205 and junior standing.
    COMM 356-02  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V.      01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Adv Radio Reporting

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 241 and COMM 251, or permission of instructor.
    COMM 371-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed with JRNL 370-02

    Communication: Internship in Communication

    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.
    COMM 480-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    COMM 480-04         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    COMM 480-06         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    COMM 480-08         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    COMM 480-10         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Communication: Internship in Communication

    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.
    COMM 481-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    COMM 481-04         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    COMM 481-06         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Communication: Seminar Public & Pr Commuication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduating Communication seniors, or permission of instructor and COMM 300.
    COMM 491-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Chang, Hsiu-Jung           CLOSED 
    

    Computer Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Computer Engineering: Digital Design

    4 credits
    CPE 271-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Qouneh, Amer               CLOSED 
                 MW     2:00-3:50 pm                  Lewis, Winston             CLOSED 
    CPE 271-04   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Qouneh, Amer               01/14-05/10
                 MW     4:00-5:50 pm                  Lewis, Winston             
    

    Computer Engineering: Adv Programming Languages

    3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as CPE
    CPE 350-02   MW     11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Moriarty, James            01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Engineering: Real-Time Embedded Kernels

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 305 or equivalent, and CPE 310 or equivalent.
    CPE 355-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Qouneh, Amer               01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Engineering: Microprocessors II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 310
    CPE 360-02   MW     1:00-2:20 pm          Books   Moriarty, James            01/14-05/10
                 Th     2:00-5:00 pm                                             
    

    Computer Engineering: Senior Design Projects

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 436 and CPE 439
    CPE 440-02   M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Engineering: VHDL: Simulation & Synthesis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 271 or equivalent Cross listed as CPE 562
    CPE 462-40   W      6:00-8:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    CPE 462-42   M      6:00-8:20 pm          Books   Gottschalk, Gregory M      01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed with CPE 562-42

    Computer Engineering: Real-Time Embedded Controls

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 355 or concurrent, or permission of instructor
    CPE 470-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Northrup, Steven G.        01/14-05/10
                 MW     11:00-11:50 am                                           
    

    Computer Science (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Computer Science: Intro to Programming

    4 credits
    CS 102-02    MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Ellis, Heidi J. C.         01/14-05/10
                 Tu     8:00-10:40 am                 Ellis, Heidi J. C.         
    	Cross Listed w/ IT 102-02
    Laboratory Fee $50
    CS 102-04 MW 3:30-4:50 pm Books Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie 01/14-05/10 TuTh 3:30-4:50 pm Cross Listed w/ IT 102-04
    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 131-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Zacharkow, Richard E.      CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50
    CS 131-04 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Zacharkow, Richard E. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    CS 131-06 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Walz, Robert E. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    CS 131-08 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Zacharkow, Richard E. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    CS 131-10 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Walz, Robert E. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50

    Computer Science: Technology in Mathematics

    3 credits
    CS 170-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Willemain, John            01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Science: Software Design

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS-102 or IT-102 or CS-171
    CS 210-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   O'Neill, Brian C.          CLOSED 
                 MW     2:00-3:20 pm                  O'Neill, Brian C.          CLOSED 
                 TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                                             CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50

    Computer Science: Software Development

    4 credits, prerequisite: complete CS-102 or IT-102 or CS-171
    CS 220-02    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Jackson, Herman Lee        01/14-05/10
                 TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm                  Jackson, Herman Lee        
    	Laboratory Fee  $50

    Computer Science: Computer Crime Scene Investigation

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 101 or IT 101 or permission of instructor. Only one of, CS 300 and CS 310, may be counted as a technical elective in the Computer Science degree program.
    CS 310-42    W      5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Blanchette, Michael        01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Science: Design Database Management Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 102 or IT 102 or CS 171
    CS 364-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Willemain, John            01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Science: Special Topics in Computer Science

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS-200 or IT-200; MATH-123 MATH-133 or MATH-245; and Junior standing.
    CS 390-02    MW     3:30-4:50 pm                  O'Neill, Brian C.         CANCELLED 
    	Machine Learning -  This course is a survey of machine learning, with an emphasis on the various algorithms and techniques available to machine learning practitioners. The course is divided into three units: supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning. Students will complete projects that require implementation, comparison, and analysis of these techniques. By the end of the course, students should be able to make informed decisions about which technique(s) will be viable for a particular problem, and identify the tradeoffs between applicable techniques.
    CS 390-04 TuTh 3:30-4:50 pm Books O'Neill, Brian C. 01/14-05/10 Machine Learning - This course is a survey of machine learning, with an emphasis on the various algorithms and techniques available to machine learning practitioners. The course is divided into three units: supervised learning, unsupervised learning, and reinforcement learning. Students will complete projects that require implementation, comparison, and analysis of these techniques. By the end of the course, students should be able to make informed decisions about which technique(s) will be viable for a particular problem, and identify the tradeoffs between applicable techniques.

    Computer Science: Parallel Computing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 200 or IT 200
    CS 413-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie  01/14-05/10
    

    Computer Science: Internship in Computer Science

    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.
    CS 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Computer Science: Computer Science Capstone

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 490
    CS 492-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Jackson, Herman Lee        01/14-05/10
    

    Cultures (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Cultures: British Culture & Society

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C".
    CUL 215-02          By Arrangement        Books   Dancs, Anita               CLOSED 
    	Study abroad in London

    Cultures: Italian Culture

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C".
    CUL 224-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Mesiti, Rocco A.           CLOSED 
    CUL 224-04   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Mesiti, Rocco A.           CLOSED 
    

    Cultures: Culture of Iran

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C"
    CUL 230-02   Tu     3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Grohe, William E.          01/14-05/10
    

    Cultures: Modern Israel

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C."
    CUL 246-40   M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Seltzer, Bruce A.          01/14-05/10
    

    Cultures: Cuban Cultures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "CA."
    CUL 253-52          By Arrangement        Books   Kozey, Christopher L.      CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak
    CUL 253-54 By Arrangement Books Kozey, Christopher L. CLOSED Online w/ Kodiak

    Cultures: Cuban Cultures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "CA."
    CUL 253-58          By Arrangement        Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         CLOSED 
    	Online w/Kodiak

    Cultures: East Africa

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing - Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C".
    CUL 273-02   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V.      01/14-05/10
    CUL 273-52          By Arrangement        Books   Higiro, Jean-Marie V.      01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    CUL 290-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Alim, Zahiruddin           CLOSED 
    	Bangladesh Culture - Bangladesh is seldom in the news, but when it is, the news is usually about some terrible disaster, with major loss of life. Annual floods take their toll, ferries sink with hundreds drowning, and fires in factories evoke industrial accidents that in western countries could only happen a hundred years ago. Poverty, minority relations and gender issues are perennial concerns. The problem of religious fundamentalism has made itself felt. This course will address the underlying issues of tragic events, contextualized in the history, politics and culture of Bangladesh. But, we will also study positive aspects in recent developments associated with globalization and areas of societal change such as population- control, literacy, self-employment, disaster preparedness, gender awareness, minority issues and countering the threat of religious fundamentalism.

    Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

    3 credits
    CUL 291-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm                Dawson, Marc              CANCELLED 
    	Modern South Africa - Cross-listed with HIST 290  - Summer Travel - This course will explore the historical forces that have shaped the culture of modern South Africa.
    CUL 291-04 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Dawson, Marc CLOSED Modern South Africa - Cross-listed with HIST 290 - Summer Travel - This course will explore the historical forces that have shaped the culture of modern South Africa.

    Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    CUL 292-02   W      3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         01/14-05/10
    	Latin American Youth in Revolt -  This course will focus on the role played by Hispanic and Latino young people in the development of youth culture in Latin America and the United States. Throughout the course, students will learn to analyze different films supported by literary and historical texts in order to understand how young people in Latin America and the US have participated in social and political movements in these areas.  This course satisfies Elements of Culture "CA".

    Cultures: Special Topics in Cultures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    CUL 298-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Giorgio, Karla A           CLOSED 
    	Peruvian Cultures - This course explores Peruvian national identity through the analysis of the most significant cultural expressions of Peru, from the various pre-Inca cultures to contemporary. We will focus on four historical periods: pre-Inca, Inca, colonial and contemporary times, approaching each of them through its history and aesthetics. The course ends with a focus on the postcolonial era by exploring the complex articulation of Peru's national identity today.

    Cultures: Independent Study in Cultures

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    CUL 333-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Economics (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Economics: Economics of Poverty/Discrimination

    3 credits
    EC 106-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Petrick, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    

    Economics: Principles of Microeconomics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Not open to students who have taken EC 117 or EC 206.
    EC 111-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Murthy, Ranganath S.       01/14-05/10
    EC 111-04    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Murthy, Ranganath S.       CLOSED 
    EC 111-06    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Alim, Zahiruddin           CLOSED 
    EC 111-08    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Casimir, Schiller S        01/14-05/10
    EC 111-10    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Petrick, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    EC 111-12    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Casimir, Schiller S        01/14-05/10
    EC 111-14    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Casimir, Schiller S        01/14-05/10
    EC 111-16    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Casimir, Schiller S        01/14-05/10
    EC 111-18    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    

    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 112-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Dawson, Judith             01/14-05/10
    EC 112-04    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Petrick, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    EC 112-06    MWF    3:00-3:50 pm          Books   Alim, Zahiruddin           CLOSED 
    EC 112-08    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Petrick, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    EC 112-10    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Dawson, Judith             01/14-05/10
    EC 112-12    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Casimir, Schiller S        01/14-05/10
    

    Economics: Intermediate Microeconomics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 112 or EC 117 or EC 111, and MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133.
    EC 216-02    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Murthy, Ranganath S.       01/14-05/10
    

    Economics: Special Topics in Economics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    EC 290-52           By Arrangement        Books   Schrenzel, Jeff            01/14-05/10
                                                      Casimir, Schiller S        
    	Economics of Social Policy: Deciding how your money is spent. - Online w/ Kodiak - Cross-listed with ILP 251-52

    Economics: Money & Banking

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 112 or EC 117 and MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133
    EC 311-02    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Murthy, Ranganath S.       01/14-05/10
    EC 311-52           By Arrangement        Books   Murthy, Ranganath S.       CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Economics: The Economics of Sports

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 105 or EC 111 or EC 117 or EC 207
    EC 340-52           By Arrangement        Books   Eskot, Herbert             CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Economics: Economics of Arts & Entertainment

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111 or EC 105 or EC 106 or EC 117.
    EC 350-52           By Arrangement        Books   Eskot, Herbert             01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Economics: Labor Economics & Human Capital

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111, EC 101 or EC 106
    EC 366-02    MW     8:30-9:50 am                  Casimir, Schiller S       CANCELLED 
    EC 366-59           By Arrangement        Books   Casimir, Schiller S        CLOSED 
    

    Economics: International Monetary Economics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 112 or EC 117.
    EC 371-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Petrick, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    

    Education (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Education: Intro to Education

    2 credits, prerequisite: Changed from 1 credit to 2 credits Fall'18.
    ED 120-02    MW     1:00-2:20 pm          Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J.      01/14-05/10
    

    Education: Survey of Geography

    1 credit, prerequisite: Sophomore standing.
    ED 252-52           By Arrangement        Books   Shattuck, Tamara           01/14-05/10
    	Online w/Kodiak -  Education Majors Only Section

    Education: Teaching English Language Learners

    3 credits, prerequisite: Education Majors Only
    ED 275-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Patterson, Deborah E       01/14-05/10
    

    Education: Principles & Problems of Education

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing.
    ED 301-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J.      01/14-05/10
    

    Education: Indep Study in Education

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    ED 333-02           By Arrangement        Books   Shattuck, Tamara           CLOSED 
    

    Education: Special Educ: Principles & Practices

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY-101, and Education Majors Only Education Majors Only
    ED 365-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Ostendorf, Raymond J.      01/14-05/10
    

    Education: Elementary Curriculum & Methods

    3 credits, prerequisite: Enrollment in Elementary Education Program or permission of or permission of instructor.
    ED 375-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Shattuck, Tamara           01/14-05/10
    

    Electrical Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering I

    4 credits, prerequisite: Pre- or corequisite: MATH 236 and PHYS 134.
    EE 205-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Burke, John J.             CLOSED 
                 M      6:00-8:30 pm                  Lewis, Winston             CLOSED 
    EE 205-04    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Burke, John J.             01/14-05/10
                 W      6:00-8:30 pm                  Lewis, Winston             
    

    Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 205 or HONE 205 and Pre- or Corequisite MATH 236
    EE 206-02    MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Northrup, Steven G.        CLOSED 
                 Tu     8:30-10:50 am                 Lewis, Winston             CLOSED 
    EE 206-04    MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Northrup, Steven G.        01/14-05/10
                 Th     8:30-10:50 am                 Lewis, Winston             
    

    Electrical Engineering: Computational Techniques in C

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 105/HONE 105 or equivalent, and MATH 134.
    EE 285-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Moriarty, James            CLOSED 
    

    Electrical Engineering: Intro to Digital Signal Process

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 301
    EE 302-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Magotra, Neeraj            01/14-05/10
    EE 302-04    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Magotra, Neeraj            01/14-05/10
    

    Electrical Engineering: Fundamentals of Electro-Optics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE-303 and EE-314 Formerly "Semiconductor Devices" Formerly "Physics of Semiconductor Devices"
    EE 312-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Adamshick, Stephen J.      01/14-05/10
    

    Electrical Engineering: Intro to Microelectronic Circuits II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 303 or equivalent
    EE 320-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Adamshick, Stephen J.      01/14-05/10
    

    Electrical Engineering: Elect Engineering Laboratory II

    2 credits
    EE 322-02    Tu     2:00-5:00 pm          Books   Adamshick, Stephen J.      01/14-05/10
                                                      Musiak, Matthew            
    EE 322-04    Th     2:00-5:00 pm          Books   Adamshick, Stephen J.      01/14-05/10
                                                      Musiak, Matthew            
    

    Electrical Engineering: Electrical Engineering Lab IIA

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete EE 319 and EE 320 or concurrently
    EE 323-02    Tu     2:00-5:00 pm          Books   Qouneh, Amer               CLOSED 
    

    Electrical Engineering: Electrical Energy Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 205 or HONE 205
    EE 336-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Musiak, Ronald             CLOSED 
    

    Electrical Engineering: Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

    3 credits
    EE 390-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Northrup, Steven G.       CANCELLED 
    	Instruments & Controls Course offered for Mechatroinc & Green majors Substitutes for EE 336 in the Mechatronics prog.

    Electrical Engineering: Design Projects

    3 credits, prerequisite: Corequisite EE 439, and approval of the department
    EE 437-02    M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            01/14-05/10
    

    Electrical Engineering: Senior Design Projects

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 439 and EE 436
    EE 440-02    M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            01/14-05/10
    

    Electrical Engineering: RF + Microwave Active Circuit Design

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 314 or equivalent Cross listed with EE 556
    EE 456-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Burke, John J.             CLOSED 
    	Cross listed w/EE 556-02

    Electrical Engineering: Computer Control Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE 302 and MATH 236 Cross listed with EE 570
    EE 470-02    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          CLOSED 
    	Cross listed w/EE 570-02

    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 480-02    F      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Magotra, Neeraj            CLOSED 
    EE 480-04           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    English (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    English: English Composition IA

    3 credits, prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
    ENGL 130-02  MW     9:00-9:50 am          Books   Granger, Megan E.          01/14-05/10
                 F      9:00-9:50 am                                             
    	Laboratory Fee  $50
    ENGL 130-03 MW 11:00-11:50 am Books Granger, Megan E. 01/14-05/10 F 11:00-11:50 am Laboratory Fee $50

    English: English Composition I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGL 130 with a minimum grade "C" or successful performance on WNEU English placement exam.
    ENGL 132-02  MW     8:00-8:50 am          Books   Oleksak, Linda             CLOSED 
                 F      8:00-8:50 am                                             CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50
    ENGL 132-03 WF 10:00-10:50 am Books Palmioli, Joanna B. 01/14-05/10 M 10:00-10:50 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-04 MF 11:00-11:50 am Books Varnon, Andrew R 01/14-05/10 W 11:00-11:50 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-05 WF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Palmioli, Joanna B. 01/14-05/10 M 12:00-12:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-06 WF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Marquez de Mercado, Marilyn J. 01/14-05/10 M 1:00-1:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-07 Tu 9:30-10:50 am Books Drnec-Kerr, Lisa 01/14-05/10 Th 9:30-10:50 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-08 Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Drnec-Kerr, Lisa CANCELLED Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-09 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Drnec-Kerr, Lisa CANCELLED Th 2:00-3:20 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-10 Tu 3:30-4:50 pm TBA CANCELLED Th 3:30-4:50 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-11 W 2:00-3:20 pm Abraham, Pearl CANCELLED M 2:00-3:20 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 132-59 By Arrangement Books Pelletier, Louise M. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50

    English: English Composition II

    3 credits, prerequisite: ENGL 131, ENGL 132 or ENGL 140-Level; or equivalent with grade of "C"
    ENGL 133-02  MF     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Crosier, Janet             CLOSED 
                 W      1:00-1:50 pm                                             CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50
    ENGL 133-03 WF 9:00-9:50 am Books Middleton, Art H. CLOSED M 9:00-9:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-04 MF 9:00-9:50 am Books Varnon, Andrew R CLOSED W 9:00-9:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-05 MF 10:00-10:50 am Books Bevacqua, Daniel CLOSED W 10:00-10:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-06 MW 10:00-10:50 am Books Middleton, Art H. CLOSED F 10:00-10:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-07 WF 11:00-11:50 am Books Palmioli, Joanna B. CLOSED M 11:00-11:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-08 MF 11:00-11:50 am Books Maradik, John CLOSED W 11:00-11:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-09 MW 11:00-11:50 am Books Middleton, Art H. 01/14-05/10 F 11:00-11:50 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-10 MF 12:00-12:50 pm Books Varnon, Andrew R 01/14-05/10 W 12:00-12:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-11 MW 12:00-12:50 pm Books Maradik, John CLOSED F 12:00-12:50 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-12 MW 12:00-12:50 pm Books Grohe, William E. CLOSED F 12:00-12:50 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-13 Th 9:30-10:50 am Books Volk, Jonathan P CLOSED Tu 9:30-10:50 am CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-14 MF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Crutchfield, Christine 01/14-05/10 W 1:00-1:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-15 MW 1:00-1:50 pm Books Maradik, John 01/14-05/10 F 1:00-1:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-16 MF 2:00-2:50 pm Books Kaylor, Marley 01/14-05/10 W 2:00-2:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-17 MW 2:00-2:50 pm Books Grohe, William E. 01/14-05/10 F 2:00-2:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-18 W 3:00-4:20 pm Books Kaylor, Marley 01/14-05/10 M 3:00-4:20 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-19 M 3:00-4:20 pm Marquez de Mercado, Marilyn J. CANCELLED W 3:00-4:20 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-20 Th 8:00-9:20 am Books Chipkin, Robert 01/14-05/10 Tu 8:00-9:20 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-21 Th 9:30-10:50 am Books Marquez de Mercado, Marilyn J. 01/14-05/10 Tu 9:30-10:50 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-22 Tu 9:30-10:50 am Books Crosier, Janet 01/14-05/10 Th 9:30-10:50 am Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-23 Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Bowdan, Janet CLOSED Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-24 Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Crosier, Janet CLOSED Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-25 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Books Volk, Jonathan P CLOSED Tu 2:00-3:20 pm CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-26 Th 2:00-3:20 pm Books Kaylor, Marley 01/14-05/10 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-27 Tu 2:00-3:20 pm Crosier, Janet CANCELLED Th 2:00-3:20 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-28 Th 3:30-4:50 pm Kaylor, Marley CANCELLED Tu 3:30-4:50 pm CANCELLED Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-29 WF 2:00-2:50 pm Books Marquez de Mercado, Marilyn J. 01/14-05/10 M 2:00-2:50 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-30 Th 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Volk, Jonathan P 01/14-05/10 Tu 11:00 am-12:20 pm Laboratory Fee $50
    ENGL 133-59 By Arrangement Books Pelletier, Louise M. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $50

    English: Writing for Special Purposes

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete ENGL-132 or ENGL-133 with minimum grade of C-;
    ENGL 139-02         By Arrangement        Books   Oleksak, Linda             01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $50

    English: Writing for Business

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGL 133 with minimum grade of C or permission of the English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
    ENGL 206-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Chipkin, Robert            CLOSED 
    ENGL 206-59         By Arrangement        Books   Pelletier, Louise M.       CLOSED 
    

    English: African-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 224-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Brown, Josie A.            01/14-05/10
    

    English: Masterpieces-British Literature I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing and "C" or better in ENGL 133, or permission or English chair. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
    ENGL 231-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 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 237-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bowdan, Janet              CLOSED 
    ENGL 237-04  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Bevacqua, Daniel           01/14-05/10
    	ENGL, CW, ENGL ED & American Studies Majors Only

    English: American Literature I

    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 251-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Wesp, Edward               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 290-02  W      3:30-6:10 pm                  Rhodes, Winthrop G        CANCELLED 
    	1925: American Literature, the Lost Generation - This course will focus on one single year in the history of the American Literature: 1925. 1925 saw the publication of some of the best known and admired novels in American Literary History. Our class will focus on several of these, but also on novels or (in one case) major anthologies that have come to change the way American writers, literary critics, and English educators view the value, complexity, and educational purpose, of writing, analyzing, and teaching American Fiction. Our class will leave out several writers, but it is also intended to be a window onto what most writers, critics, and educators view as the ultimate cultural role that literature plays in the U.S.
    ENGL 290-04 By Arrangement Books Pelletier, Louise M. CLOSED Travel Writing - study abroad Florence program - Using the focused theme of travel and travel literature, this course aims to help you develop the critical skills you need to communicate effectively and critically as you explore the prose genre of travel writing while living and studying abroad. You will read contemporary and traditional travel literature such as newspaper and magazine articles, short pieces, and literary essays. The course emphasizes the research process and expository writing. You will draft a research question based on an identified theme concentrating on your host city, Florence and, drawing on both primary and secondary sources, produce a research project in the form of a substantial final essay and presentation.

    English: Special Topics in English

    1 credit
    ENGL 291-59         By Arrangement        Books   Pelletier, Louise M.       CLOSED 
    

    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 302-59         By Arrangement        Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         CLOSED 
    

    English: Shakespeare: the Tragedies

    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 315-02  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    	Cancel!
    ENGL 315-52 By Arrangement Books Gaughan, Patrick M. CLOSED Online w/Kodiak

    English: Lit & Culture in England 1788-1832

    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 327-02  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm                  Sullivan, Brad B          CANCELLED 
    

    English: Lit & Culture in England 1832-1890

    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 328-02  TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm                  Sullivan, Brad B          CANCELLED 
    

    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.
    ENGL 338-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Bowdan, Janet              01/14-05/10
    	Amy Tan, Maxine Hong Kingston
    ENGL 338-04 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Drnec-Kerr, Lisa CANCELLED Walt Whitman -
    ENGL 338-59 By Arrangement Books Bowdan, Janet CLOSED

    English: Children's Literature

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of English chair. ED 350 for students in Education program, Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
    ENGL 339-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Oleksak, Linda             01/14-05/10
    

    English: Caribbean Writers

    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 341-59         By Arrangement        Books   Brown, Josie A.            CLOSED 
    

    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 351-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Crutchfield, Christine     CLOSED 
    ENGL 351-04  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Bevacqua, Daniel           01/14-05/10
    	ENGL, CW, ENGL ED & American Studies Majors Only

    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 354-02  MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Abraham, Pearl             01/14-05/10
    

    English: Twentieth Cent American 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 357-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         CLOSED 
    

    English: Women in 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 358-52         By Arrangement        Books   Abraham, Pearl             01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    English: Special Topics in English

    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 390-02  W      3:30-6:10 pm          Books   Rhodes, Winthrop G         01/14-05/10
    	1925: American Literature, the Lost Generation - This course will focus on one single year in the history of the American Literature: 1925. 1925 saw the publication of some of the best known and admired novels in American Literary History. Our class will focus on several of these, but also on novels or (in one case) major anthologies that have come to change the way American writers, literary critics, and English educators view the value, complexity, and educational purpose, of writing, analyzing, and teaching American Fiction. Our class will leave out several writers, but it is also intended to be a window onto what most writers, critics, and educators view as the ultimate cultural role that literature plays in the U.S.

    English: Images of Business in Literature

    3 credits
    ENGL 391-04         By Arrangement                TBA                       CANCELLED 
    	Historical Fiction: The Renaissance - study abroad Florence program

    English: Special Topics in English

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and "C" or better in ENGL 133, or permission of the instructor. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
    ENGL 392-04         By Arrangement        Books   Pelletier, Louise M.       01/31-05/17
    	Historical Fiction: The Renaissance - travel to Florence -  Historical fiction is a popular window into the past. It gives readers access to time periods and cultures far removed from our own, but it also raises questions about textual practice, the historical record, and the degree to which all history is "fiction." This class will focus intently on Irving Stone's novel, The Agony and the Ecstasy, as a way of contextualizing the experience of living and studying in Florence, Italy, but we will also consider the degree to which Stone's work constructs a particular view of Michelangelo and the city of Florence.

    English: English Seminar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing, and 2 courses in ENGL writing with grades of C or better. Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences students.
    ENGL 410-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        01/14-05/10
    

    English: Internship in English

    1 credit, 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 480-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    English: Internship in English

    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.
    ENGL 481-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Engineering-General (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Engineering-General: Computer Programming for Engineers

    2 credits, prerequisite: College of Engineering student Cross listed as HONE 105
    ENGR 105-02  TuTh   2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          01/14-05/10
    ENGR 105-04  MW     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Musiak, Matthew            01/14-05/10
    ENGR 105-06  TuTh   8:30-9:20 am          Books   Murray, Lisa K.            01/14-05/10
    ENGR 105-08  MW     8:00-8:50 am          Books   Aljuneidi, Tariq           01/14-05/10
    ENGR 105-10  MW     11:00-11:50 am        Books   Testa, Diane Marie         CLOSED 
    ENGR 105-12  MW     10:00-10:50 am        Books   Namdari Khalilabad, Alireza  CLOSED 
    

    Engineering-General: Data Acquisition & Processing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 103. Cross listed as HONE 110
    ENGR 110-02  TuTh   8:00-9:30 am          Books   Benner, Jingru             01/14-05/10
                 TuTh   8:00-9:30 am                                             
    ENGR 110-04  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Romoser, Matthew           CLOSED 
                 TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm                                        CLOSED 
    ENGR 110-06  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Roche, Charles             CLOSED 
                 TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm                                        CLOSED 
    ENGR 110-08  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                  Lee, Chang Hoon           CANCELLED 
                 TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                                            CANCELLED 
    ENGR 110-10  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Northrup, Steven G.        CLOSED 
                 MW     2:00-3:20 pm                                             CLOSED 
    ENGR 110-12  MW     3:30-4:50 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
                 MW     3:30-4:50 pm                                            CANCELLED 
    ENGR 110-14  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Romoser, Matthew           CLOSED 
                 TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                                            CLOSED 
    ENGR 110-16  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Lee, Chang Hoon            01/14-05/10
                 TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                                             
    

    Entrepreneur (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Entrepreneur: Indep Study in Entrepreneurship

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    ENTR 334-02         By Arrangement        Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          CLOSED 
    

    Film (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Film: The Art of Film

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly FILM 203
    FILM 103-02  Tu     3:30-6:30 pm          Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        CLOSED 
    

    Film: Studies in Mainstream Film

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Formerly FILM 301
    FILM 201-02  Th     2:00-5:00 pm          Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        01/14-05/10
    	The Western

    Film: Indep Study in Film

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    FILM 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   Klingensmith, Kelly        CLOSED 
    

    Finance (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Finance: Intro to Finance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133. AC 201 or HONB 203 or concurrent.
    FIN 214-02   MWF    8:00-8:50 am                  Sugermeyer, Stephen E.    CANCELLED 
    FIN 214-04   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Wang, Yong                 CLOSED 
    FIN 214-06   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Wang, Yong                 CLOSED 
    FIN 214-08   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Schmutz, Bryan P.          CLOSED 
    FIN 214-42   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   TBA                        01/14-05/10
    

    Finance: Security Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 317 Formerly FIN 418
    FIN 318-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Wang, Yong                 01/14-05/10
    FIN 318-04   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Wang, Yong                 01/14-05/10
    

    Finance: International Finance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN-214, EC-111 and EC-112
    FIN 322-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Bosworth, William          01/14-05/10
    

    Finance: Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214
    FIN 330-42   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Bosworth, William          01/14-05/10
    

    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 334-02          By Arrangement        Books   Bosworth, William          CLOSED 
    

    Finance: Adv Corporation Finance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 320 with grade of "C" or better.
    FIN 350-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Gu, George                 01/14-05/10
    FIN 350-04   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Gu, George                 01/14-05/10
    

    Finance: Health Care Finance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214 and AC 202
    FIN 382-59          By Arrangement        Books   Spotts, Harlan             CLOSED 
    

    Finance: Special Topics in Finance

    1 credit
    FIN 391-59          By Arrangement        Books   Schmutz, Bryan P.          CLOSED 
    

    Finance: Portfolio Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214
    FIN 425-02   M      2:00-4:40 pm          Books   Schmutz, Bryan P.          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 480-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Foreign Language (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Foreign Language: Special Topics in Foreign Languages

    3 credits
    FLAN 190-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Mesiti, Rocco A.           01/14-05/10
    	Elementary Italian I - This is an introduction to the language including basic pronunciation, simple conversation structure, and structural analysis of sentences. Class activities and assessment will focus on speaking, listening, and reading in Italian.

    Foreign Language: Special Topics in Foreign Languages

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FLAN 190 Elem Italian I, or instructor's permission
    FLAN 191-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Mesiti, Rocco A.           01/14-05/10
    	Elementary Italian II - This is the second semester of an introduction to the Italian language including grammar, reading, writing and conversation. Class activities and assessment will focus on speaking, listening, and reading in Italian.
    
    

    Spanish: Elementary Spanish II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 101 or the equivalent
    SPAN 102-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am                Navarro, Sandra V.        CANCELLED 
    

    Spanish: Intermed Spanish II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 203 or the equivalent
    SPAN 204-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         01/14-05/10
    

    Spanish: Adv Conversational Spanish II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 305 or the equivalent
    SPAN 306-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am                Navarro, Sandra V.        CANCELLED 
    SPAN 306-04  F      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         01/14-05/10
                        By Arrangement                                           
    SPAN 306-04  F      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         01/14-05/10
                        By Arrangement                                           
    

    Forensic Science (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Forensic Science: Crime, Science & Justice

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 101, PHYS 103, PHYS 105, PHYS 123, PHYS 132, PHYS 133, METR 101, CHEM 101, CHEM 103, CHEM 105, or GEOL 101; or BIO 101 or BIO 103; or BIO 107 and BIO 117
    FS 152-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                  Drawec, John W.           CANCELLED 
    FS 152-52           By Arrangement        Books   Drawec, John W.            CLOSED 
    	Online w/Kodiak

    Forensic Science: Scientific Evidence

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FS 201, BIO 107, BIO 117, and CJ 101; Satisfies one of the Writing Intensive Course requirements for Arts and Sciences' students.
    FS 240-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Drawec, John W.           CANCELLED 
    FS 240-04    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  Drawec, John W.           CANCELLED 
    FS 240-52           By Arrangement        Books   Drawec, John W.            CLOSED 
    	Online w/Kodiak
    FS 240-54 By Arrangement Books Drawec, John W. 01/14-05/10

    Forensic Science: Criminalistics II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete FS 325 and CHEM 210
    FS 426-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Garcia-Sega, Adrian        01/14-05/10
                 F      2:00-5:00 pm                  Garcia-Sega, Adrian        
    	Lecture Combined w/ 04 - FC Majors Only
    Laboratory Fee $100
    FS 426-04 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Garcia-Sega, Adrian 01/14-05/10 F 2:00-5:00 pm Holmes, Dawn Lecture Combined w/ 02 - FB Majors Only
    Laboratory Fee $100

    Forensic Science: Undergraduate Research

    ures 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. 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 440-02           By Arrangement        Books   Ford, Emily N.             CLOSED 
    

    Forensic Science: Undergraduate Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FS-440
    FS 441-02           By Arrangement        Books   Klimes, Anna               CLOSED 
    FS 441-04           By Arrangement        Books   Ford, Emily N.             CLOSED 
    

    Forensic Science: Internship Forensic Chem/Forensic Bio

    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.
    FS 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Geography (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Geography: Geog I: Highly Developed Countries

    3 credits
    GEOG 102-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Williams, Donald           CLOSED 
    

    Geography: Geog Ii: Less Developed Countries

    3 credits
    GEOG 103-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm                Williams, Donald          CANCELLED 
    	CANCEL!

    Geology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Geology: Physical Geology

    3 credits
    GEOL 101-02  MW     12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hatten, Daniel             CLOSED 
                 Tu     2:00-5:00 pm                  Hatten, Daniel             CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    GEOL 101-04 MW 9:00-9:50 am Books Hatten, Daniel CLOSED W 2:00-5:00 pm Hatten, Daniel CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

    History (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    History: United States History to 1877

    3 credits
    HIST 111-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 
    HIST 111-04  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 
    

    History: United States History 1878 to Present

    3 credits
    HIST 112-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Anzalotti, John            CLOSED 
    HIST 112-04  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Anzalotti, John            CLOSED 
    HIST 112-06  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Anzalotti, John            CLOSED 
    HIST 112-08  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Baick, John Seung-Ho       CLOSED 
    	Predominately Freshmen - Cross listed with HIST 112-12
    HIST 112-10 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books Baick, John Seung-Ho CLOSED Freshmen Only Section
    HIST 112-12 TuTh 8:00-9:20 am Books Baick, John Seung-Ho CLOSED Freshmen Only - Cross listed w/HIST 112-08

    History: Modern Latin American History

    3 credits
    HIST 171-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Clark, Meri L.             01/14-05/10
    HIST 171-04  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Clark, Meri L.             CLOSED 
    

    History: World History, Prehistory-1500 CE

    3 credits
    HIST 205-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Dawson, Marc               CLOSED 
    	Predominantly Freshmen -  Cross listed w/HIST 205-06
    HIST 205-04 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Dawson, Marc 01/14-05/10 HIST 205-06 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Dawson, Marc 01/14-05/10 Freshmen Only Section - Cross listed with HIST 205-02

    History: World History, 1500 CE-Present

    3 credits
    HIST 206-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Plum, Catherine J          01/14-05/10
    HIST 206-04  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Plum, Catherine J          01/14-05/10
    

    History: London Through the Ages

    3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as ART 212
    HIST 212-02         By Arrangement        Books   South, Theodore            CLOSED 
    	London - Cross-listed with ART 212-02

    History: Early American Women History -1865

    3 credits
    HIST 251-59         By Arrangement        Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 
    

    History: The United States in Vietnam

    3 credits
    HIST 259-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Anzalotti, John            01/14-05/10
    

    History: Special Topics in History

    3 credits
    HIST 290-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Dawson, Marc               CLOSED 
    	Modern South Africa - Cross-listed with CUL 291  - Summer Travel - This course will explore the historical forces that have shaped the culture of modern South Africa.

    History: The Twentieth Cent World

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    HIST 320-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Dawson, Marc               01/14-05/10
    

    History: Indep Study in History

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    HIST 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         CLOSED 
    

    History: East German Society & Culture

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    HIST 343-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Plum, Catherine J          01/14-05/10
    

    History: The American Revolution

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior Standing
    HIST 351-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Beagle, Jonathan M         01/14-05/10
    

    History: Junior & Senior Seminar in History

    3 credits, prerequisite: 9 crs of HIST and Junior standing, or permission of instructor.
    HIST 490-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Clark, Meri L.             01/14-05/10
    

    History: Senior Thesis in History

    2 credits
    HIST 496-59         By Arrangement        Books   South, Theodore            CLOSED 
    

    Honors Program (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Honors Program: Special Topics in Honors Seminar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program.
    HON 390-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Brown, Josie A.            CLOSED 
    	Black Culture and the Black Imagination - "His"tory is often written by the victor. The story of the underrepresented is often untold or misrepresented or minimalized. Many underrepresented groups have historically turned to other mediums for expressing of their lived experiences.  This course will use literature, film, etc. from the fantastic, science fiction, and Afrofuturism to provide a cultural reading of the black experience in the Americas.
    HON 390-04 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Northrup, Denine A. CANCELLED CANCEL!!!

    Honors Program: Special Topics in Honors Seminar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program.
    HON 391-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Northrup, Denine A.        01/14-05/10
    	Health and Wellness in the United States - The course will examine the American health care system (and compare it globally) in terms of quality of care, physical and mental health outcomes, and institutional structures. Of particular interest will be the status of health insurance in the present day, including the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare"). Other topics will include the role of the pharmaceutical industry and the working conditions for health care providers. Finally, we will consider what research says about how we can promote wellness, from daily behavior to navigating the health care system as patients and consumers.

    Honors Program: Special Topics in Honors Seminar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into Honors Program required.
    HON 392-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Macanka, William           CLOSED 
    	Astrobiology - This course will examine the definition of life, the origin and early evolution of life on Earth, and the efforts to synthesize life on Earth and discover life elsewhere in the universe. The overriding theme of the course is the unity of all things.

    Honors Program: Senior Honors Project

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program, arrangement with a member of honors faculty, and approval of the Honors Research Committee.
    HON 495-02          By Arrangement        Books   Force, William R.          01/14-05/10
    

    Honors Business (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Honors Business: Marketing Concepts

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program or consent of the Business Honors Coordinator. Cross listed as MK 200. Cannot take HONB 200 and MK 200 for credit.
    HONB 200-02  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                  Schoonmaker, Mary         CANCELLED 
                                                      Spotts, Harlan             
    HONB 200-04  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Spotts, Harlan             01/14-05/10
    HONB 200-06  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          01/14-05/10
    

    Honors Business: Business Law: Principles & Process

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program, or consent of the Business Honors Coordinator. Cross listed as BL 201. Cannot take HONB 201 and BL 201, BL 360 or BL 403 for credit.
    HONB 201-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Hamakawa, Curt             CLOSED 
    HONB 201-04  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Hamakawa, Curt             01/14-05/10
    

    Honors Business: Senior Honors Project

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program and approval of College of Business Honors Research Committee.
    HONB 495-58         By Arrangement        Books   Covell, Daniel             CLOSED 
    HONB 495-59         By Arrangement        Books   Goodnight, Janelle E.      CLOSED 
    

    Honors Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Honors Engineering: Computer Programming for Engineers

    2 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Engineering Honors Program. Cross listed as ENGR 105. Cannot take HONE 105 and ENGR 105 for credit.
    HONE 105-02  MW     10:00-10:50 am        Books   Moriarty, James            01/14-05/10
    

    Honors Engineering: Data Acquisition & Processing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Acceptance into the College of Engineering Honors Program. Cross listed as ENGR 110. Cannot take HONE 110 and ENGR 110 for credit.
    HONE 110-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Gettens, Robert T. T.      01/14-05/10
                 TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                                            
    

    Health Sciences (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Health Sciences: Environment Influences on Human Health

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 108, CHEM 106, and BIO 216, or permission of instructor.
    HS 310-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Rothermich, Mary M.        01/14-05/10
    

    Health Sciences: Regeneration

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO 216 or BIO 310
    HS 320-02    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Lail-Trecker, Melissa      01/14-05/10
    

    Health Sciences: Internship in Health Sciences

    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.
    HS 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Health Sciences: Special Topics in Health Sciences

    1 credit, prerequisite: HSCI & BIOG majors; at least Senior standing.
    HS 490-02    M      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Rocheleau, Jessica M       01/14-05/10
    	Seminar in Health Science and Biology -   HS, BIOG majors; Senior Standing - This seminar is intended as a capstone experience for biology and health science majors. Students will read, discuss, and present articles from the primary literature related to a particular theme in Biology and Health Science.

    Industrial Engineering (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Industrial Engineering: Probability & Statistics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134, or concurrently
    IE 212-02    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Ahmadi, Nima               01/14-05/10
    IE 212-04    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Ahmadi, Nima               CLOSED 
    IE 212-06    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Hosseini, Maryam Sadat     CLOSED 
    

    Industrial Engineering: Human Factors in Design Engineering

    3 credits
    IE 302-02    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Romoser, Matthew           CLOSED 
    

    Industrial Engineering: Engineering Economic Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212
    IE 312-02    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Barron, Robert W.          CLOSED 
    IE 312-04    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Barron, Robert W.          CLOSED 
    

    Industrial Engineering: Quality Control & Engr Statistics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212
    IE 315-02    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Li, Zhaojun                01/14-05/10
    

    Industrial Engineering: Lean Six-Sigma for Engineers

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212 Formerly Industrial Design Laboratory II
    IE 328-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Romoser, Matthew          CANCELLED 
    IE 328-04    TuTh   4:00-5:20 pm          Books   Romoser, Matthew           CLOSED 
    

    Industrial Engineering: Computer Simulation & Design

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 105/HONE 105, IE 326 and IE 212.
    IE 334-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Namdari Khalilabad, Alireza  01/14-05/10
    

    Industrial Engineering: Senior Design Projects II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 439
    IE 440-02    F      2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Salmon, Christian          01/14-05/10
    

    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 480-02    F      3:00-3:50 pm          Books   Salmon, Christian          CLOSED 
    

    Industrial Engineering: Special Topics Industrial Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IE 212.
    IE 490-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Li, Zhaojun                01/14-05/10
    	Data Mining -  This course covers basic data analytics methods for data processing, analysis, and visualization. Topics such as linear and logistic regression, data classification, data aggregation and visualization will be discussed.

    Integrated Liberal & Professional (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Business & the Global Environment

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    ILP 230-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  Petrick, Karl J           CANCELLED 
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Forensic Physics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 103, or PHYS 123 or PHYS 133.
    ILP 237-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am                Wurm, Alexander           CANCELLED 
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Global Health & Technology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophmore standing
    ILP 238-40   M      6:00-8:00 pm          Books   Rust, Michael J.           CLOSED 
                                                      Northrup, Steven G.        
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Introduction to GIS

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    ILP 243-02   M      2:00-3:40 pm                  Holmes, Dawn              CANCELLED 
                 W      2:00-5:00 pm                  Holmes, Dawn              CANCELLED 
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: The Economics of Social Policy

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    ILP 251-52          By Arrangement        Books   Schrenzel, Jeff            01/14-05/10
                                                      Casimir, Schiller S        
    	Online w/ Kodiak - Cross-listed with EC 290-52

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Justice Then & Now

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    ILP 253-40   W      5:00-6:20 pm                  Simpson, Elizabeth A.     CANCELLED 
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Management Issues for Professionals

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133
    ILP 317-52          By Arrangement        Books   Eskot, Herbert             01/14-05/10
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Integrated Liberal Studies (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Integrated Liberal Studies: Indep Study Integrated Liberal Studies

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    ILSP 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   Brown, Josie A.            CLOSED 
    

    Integrated Liberal Studies: Internship in Integrated Lib Studies

    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.
    ILSP 480-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    International Studies (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    International Studies: Intro to Contemporary Global Issues

    3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as POSC 101
    INST 101-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Janik, Laura L.            01/14-05/10
    	Cross-listed with POSC 101-02
    INST 101-04 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Janik, Laura L. 01/14-05/10 Cross-listed with POSC 101-04

    International Business (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    International Business: Intro to International Business

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    INTB 251-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am                Gerard, Joseph G.         CANCELLED 
    

    International Business: Seminar in International Business

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing and International Business Major
    INTB 465-59         By Arrangement        Books   Gerard, Joseph G.          CLOSED 
    

    Information Technology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Information Technology: Intro to Programming

    4 credits
    IT 102-02    MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Ellis, Heidi J. C.         01/14-05/10
                 Tu     8:00-10:40 am                 Ellis, Heidi J. C.         
    	Cross Listed w/ CS 102-02
    Laboratory Fee $50
    IT 102-04 MW 3:30-4:50 pm Books Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie 01/14-05/10 TuTh 3:30-4:50 pm Cross Listed w/ CS 102-04
    Laboratory Fee $50

    Information Technology: Foundations of Web Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomare standing and at least 1 CS or IT course; except CS-131;
    IT 240-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   McGrady, Shaun J.          01/14-05/10
    

    Information Technology: Data Communications & Networks

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT 101 or CS 101 or BIS 300 Cross listed as BIS 413
    IT 250-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie  01/14-05/10
    

    Information Technology: Special Topics in Information Technology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    IT 390-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  Moulema Douala, Paul-Marie CANCELLED 
    	IT Project Management - This course introduces students to factors necessary for the successful management of information systems development or enhancement projects. Both technical and behavioral aspects of project management are discussed. Topics include project management concepts such as project selection and approval, planning, estimation, scheduling, budgeting, IT project organization and project control. Additional topics include needs identification, the software project manager, software teams, software project organizations, and project communications. Project-management simulation and software tools will be an integral part of the course.

    Information Technology: Adv Top Web Design & Dev

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT-350
    IT 450-42    Tu     5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Mutti, Tony M              01/14-05/10
    

    Information Technology: Adv Top Network Adminstration

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT 360
    IT 460-42    M      5:30-8:10 pm          Books   Contabile, Vic S.          01/14-05/10
    

    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 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Journalism (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Journalism: Intro to Journalism

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGL 132 or equivalent with grade of "C" or better
    JRNL 101-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Chipkin, Robert            01/14-05/10
    

    Journalism: Producing the Westerner-Spring

    1 credit, prerequisite: Work on The Westerner and permission of the instructor.
    JRNL 121-02         By Arrangement        Books   Chipkin, Robert            01/14-05/10
    

    Journalism: Adv Radio Reporting

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete JRNL 250 or permission of instructor. Cross listed as COMM 371
    JRNL 370-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed with COMM 371-02

    Liberal Arts (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Liberal Arts: First Year Seminar

    2 credits, prerequisite: For New Freshmen Only
    LA 100-02    TuTh   11:00-11:50 am        Books   Hansen, Laura L.           01/14-05/10
    

    Liberal Arts: International Student Seminar

    1 credit, prerequisite: New international student with fewer than 24 credits. To be taken in the first semester/term or enrollment.
    LA 105-02    Tu     11:00-11:50 am        Books   Rios, Sophia               01/14-05/10
    

    Liberal Arts: Writing & Reading Lab

    1 credit
    LA 150-02    M      10:00-10:50 am                TBA                       CANCELLED 
    

    Liberal Arts: Writing & Reading Lab

    1 credit
    LA 151-02    W      10:00-10:50 am        Books   Drnec-Kerr, Lisa           01/14-05/10
    LA 151-04    F      10:00-10:50 am        Books   Drnec-Kerr, Lisa           01/14-05/10
    LA 151-06    M      10:00-10:50 am        Books   Drnec-Kerr, Lisa           01/14-05/10
    

    Liberal Arts: Guided Research Thesis & Project Writers

    1 credit, prerequisite: Recommended for sophomores and above.
    LA 275-02           By Arrangement        Books   Sobinski-Smith, Mary Jane  01/14-05/10
                                                      Porter-Fyke, Emily I.      
    

    Law and Society (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Law and Society: Law & Society Ii: Legal/Social Just

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete LSOC 101 or CJ 101 or SO 101; and POSC 102. Formerly LSOC 206 Legal Justice and Social Justice
    LSOC 102-02  MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Dean, Nathaniel W.         01/14-05/10
    

    Law and Society: Special Topics in Law & Society

    3 credits
    LSOC 290-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Dean, Nathaniel W.         01/14-05/10
    	The Legal Profession - Cross-listed with POSC 290-02 - Introduces the legal profession from the perspective of both law practitioners and the social sciences; provides an inside view of the practice of law as well as social science perspectives on the role of the lawyer in society; considers issues associated with access to justice, legal ethics, and cause-lawyering among others; clarifies the connections between the goals of liberal education, on the one hand, and legal education, on the other; and compares and contrasts the values, perspectives, and assumptions of social science and ethics with those of the legal profession.

    Law and Society: Comparative Legal Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 201 and Junior standing, or permission of instructor. Formerly POSC 344
    LSOC 344-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Williams, Donald           01/14-05/10
    

    Law and Society: Senior Seminar Law & Society

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing and LSOC 403.
    LSOC 490-02  MW     2:00-3:30 pm          Books   Vercellotti, Leonard T.    01/14-05/10
    	Cross-listed with POSC 490-02

    Management (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Management: Management & Organizational Behav

    3 credits
    MAN 101-02   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Brennan, Heather           CLOSED 
    MAN 101-04   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Jean-Denis, Howard         CLOSED 
    MAN 101-06   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Zhang, Tingting            CLOSED 
    MAN 101-08   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Zhang, Tingting            CLOSED 
    MAN 101-10   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Knott, Melissa J           CLOSED 
    MAN 101-12   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Knott, Melissa J           CLOSED 
    MAN 101-14   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Chappell, Stacie F         CLOSED 
    MAN 101-16   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Chappell, Stacie F         CLOSED 
    MAN 101-18   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                  Brennan, Heather          CANCELLED 
    MAN 101-42   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm                  Kenneally, Donna-Rae      CANCELLED 
    

    Management: Business & Society

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240/HONB 240 for credit.
    MAN 240-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Jean-Denis, Howard         CLOSED 
    MAN 240-59          By Arrangement        Books   Forray, Jeanie M.          CLOSED 
    

    Management: Human Resource Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 or PSY 101, and Junior standing
    MAN 323-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Bowes-Sperry, Lynn D.      01/14-05/10
    MAN 323-52          By Arrangement        Books   Bowes-Sperry, Lynn D.      CLOSED 
    	Online with Kodiak

    Management: Project Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101/HONB 101 and Junior standing
    MAN 370-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Willis, Richard            01/14-05/10
    

    Management: Conflict Resolution

    3 credits, prerequisite: MAN 101 or HONB 101, and Junior standing.
    MAN 422-02   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   TBA                        01/14-05/10
    

    Management: Seminar Management & Leadership

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 201, MAN 323, and MAN 370, and Management Leadership majors only.
    MAN 466-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Chappell, Stacie F         01/14-05/10
    

    Management: Internship in Management

    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.
    MAN 480-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Mathematics (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Mathematics: Math for Elementary Education II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 107, or permission of the instructor.
    MATH 108-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Rodriguez, Josephine       01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Pre-Calculus Mathematics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Two years of algebra and one year of geometry
    MATH 109-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   McBride, Lois E.           01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Analysis for Business & Economics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Successful performance on WNEU placement exam.
    MATH 111-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Hayward, Gail L.           01/14-05/10
    MATH 111-04  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Hayward, Gail L.           01/14-05/10
    

    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 120-02  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Fetteroll, Carl            CLOSED 
    MATH 120-04  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Fetteroll, Carl            CLOSED 
    MATH 120-06  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Fetteroll, Carl            CLOSED 
    	seats reserved for "Golden Bear Sleuth"
    MATH 120-08 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books Seymour, Lorraine L. 01/14-05/10 MATH 120-10 TuTh 11:00 am-12:20 pm Books Seymour, Lorraine L. CLOSED MATH 120-12 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Beineke, Jennifer CLOSED

    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 121-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Selig, Christine A.        01/14-05/10
    MATH 121-04  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Selig, Christine A.        01/14-05/10
    	Pre-Pharmacy Majors Only
    MATH 121-06 MWF 11:00-11:50 am McBride, Lois E. CANCELLED Pre-Pharmacy Majors Only
    MATH 121-08 MWF 12:00-12:50 pm Books McBride, Lois E. CLOSED MATH 121-10 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Selig, Christine A. CLOSED

    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 133 is not permissible.
    MATH 123-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Kizanis Klapper, Ann       01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Calculus II Mgt, Life & Soc Sciences

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH-123 or MATH-133; Credit for both this course and MATH 134 is not permissible.
    MATH 124-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Hoq, Qazi E                CLOSED 
    MATH 124-04  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Hoq, Qazi E                CLOSED 
    

    Mathematics: Calculus I

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 109 or the equivalent. Credit for both this course and MATH 123 is not permissible
    MATH 133-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Funai, Francis P.          01/14-05/10
                 Th     8:30-9:20 am                  Funai, Francis P.          
    MATH 133-04  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Funai, Francis P.          01/14-05/10
                 Th     9:30-10:20 am                 Funai, Francis P.          
    MATH 133-06  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Whitehead, Brian M.        01/14-05/10
                 Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Whitehead, Brian M.        
    

    Mathematics: Calculus II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 133; Credit for both this course and MATH 124 is not permissible.
    MATH 134-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Kuenzel, Kirsti A          CLOSED 
                 Th     12:00-12:50 pm                Kuenzel, Kirsti A          CLOSED 
    MATH 134-04  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kuenzel, Kirsti A          CLOSED 
                 Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Kuenzel, Kirsti A          CLOSED 
    MATH 134-06  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Shor, Caleb M.             01/14-05/10
                 Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Shor, Caleb M.             
    MATH 134-08  MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Shor, Caleb M.             01/14-05/10
                 Th     2:00-2:50 pm                  Shor, Caleb M.             
    	Concurrent w/ PHYS 134-08
    MATH 134-10 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Beineke, Jennifer CLOSED Th 1:00-1:50 pm Beineke, Jennifer CLOSED MATH 134-12 MWF 2:00-2:50 pm Books Beineke, Jennifer 01/14-05/10 Th 2:00-2:50 pm Beineke, Jennifer

    Mathematics: Applied Discrete Mathematics

    3 credits
    MATH 150-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Willemain, John            CLOSED 
    MATH 150-04  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Willemain, John            01/14-05/10
    MATH 150-59         By Arrangement        Books   Willemain, John            CLOSED 
    

    Mathematics: Special Topics in Mathematics

    3 credits
    MATH 190-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Morgan, James C.           01/14-05/10
                                                      Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   
    	Math and Music - Cross Listed w/ MUS 190-02 - This course is an exploration of the ways music can be understood through mathematical concepts, and how mathematical concepts are used to create and analyze music. Students will apply these concepts in practical activities like building instruments, composing original pieces using computer algorithms, and performing original pieces in a laptop orchestra. Only a high school math background along with a general interest in math and music is required.

    Mathematics: Calculus III

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 or MATH 124
    MATH 235-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Whitehead, Brian M.        01/14-05/10
    MATH 235-04  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Hanes, Lorna               CLOSED 
    MATH 235-06  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm                  Mazur, David              CANCELLED 
    MATH 235-08  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hanes, Lorna               CLOSED 
    MATH 235-10  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Hanes, Lorna               CLOSED 
    MATH 235-12  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Whitehead, Brian M.        01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Differential Equations

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134
    MATH 236-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Hoq, Qazi E                CLOSED 
    MATH 236-04  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Oh, Seungly                01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Topics in Linear Algebra & Calculus

    3 credits
    MATH 245-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Willemain, John            01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Foundations of Mathematics II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 251 or MATH 281, or permission.
    MATH 282-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Hansen, Lisa               01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: MTEL Preparation

    2 credits
    MATH 302-02  Th     11:00 am-12:40 pm     Books   Selig, Christine A.        01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Linear Algebra

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 124 or MATH 134 or MATH 251, or permission
    MATH 306-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Mazur, David               01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Computation in Statistics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 221 and MATH 306, and either CS 102, IT 102, CS 171, BIS 315, ENGR 105 or HONE 105
    MATH 331-02  MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Carcea, Marcel D.          01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Independent Study in Mathematics

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    MATH 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   Oh, Seungly                CLOSED 
    

    Mathematics: Engineering Analysis I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 235 and MATH 236
    MATH 350-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Hanes, Lorna               CLOSED 
    

    Mathematics: Theory of Computation

    3 credits, prerequisite: MATH-251, and either CS-200 or IT-200, or permission of instructor.
    MATH 363-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hansen, Lisa               01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Modern Aspects of Geometry

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 251 or MATH 281, or permission.
    MATH 371-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Hull, Thomas C             01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Probability

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 235, or a Corequisite.
    MATH 372-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Carcea, Marcel D.          01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Actuarial Exam Problem Solving

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of the instructor.
    MATH 380-02         By Arrangement                Carcea, Marcel D.         CANCELLED 
    

    Mathematics: Applied Regression & Time Series

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 306 and MATH 383.
    MATH 384-02  MW     10:00-10:50 am        Books   Carcea, Marcel D.          01/14-05/10
                 Th     1:00-1:50 pm                  Carcea, Marcel D.          
    

    Mathematics: Special Topics in Mathematics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 Calc I with grade of "B" or higher, or the equivalent. Knowledge of MATH 236 Differential Equations is helpful, but not required.
    MATH 390-02  Tu     8:00-9:20 am                  Oh, Seungly               CANCELLED 
                 Th     8:00-9:20 am                  Oh, Seungly               CANCELLED 
    	Introduction to Dynamical Systems and Chaos - This is an introductory course in dynamical systems.  A popular example of dynamical system is Lorenz attractor (also known as chaotic butterfly) that has become a symbol of chaos.  Study of dynamical systems has a wide range of applications in physics, chemistry and biology and this course will introduce many such applications.  Examples include swinging pendulum, firefly synchronization, population/epidemic control, etc.  We will begin by examining one-dimensional continuous dynamical systems defined by solutions of ordinary differential equations.  Unlike in MATH 236, our aim is not to solve these equations, but to understand stability properties of the solutions.  In this simple context, we will introduce various bifurcations, which is the main focus in study of dynamical systems.  When extending these ideas to circles and to higher dimensional systems, we will see new types of bifurcations as well as the old.  Our path will lead to better-understanding chaotic dynamical systems, which only occurs in three or higher dimensions.

    Mathematics: Real Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 251 or MATH 281, or permission.
    MATH 421-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Hull, Thomas C             01/14-05/10
    

    Mathematics: Senior Project I

    1 credit, prerequisite: Senior standing
    MATH 451-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        01/14-05/10
    MATH 451-04         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    MATH 451-06         By Arrangement        Books   Beineke, Jennifer          CLOSED 
    

    Mathematics: Senior Project II

    2 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing
    MATH 452-02         By Arrangement        Books   Oh, Seungly                01/14-05/10
    MATH 452-04         By Arrangement        Books   Kuenzel, Kirsti A          01/14-05/10
    MATH 452-06         By Arrangement        Books   Shor, Caleb M.             01/14-05/10
    

    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 202-40    TuTh   5:20-6:35 pm          Books   Zhao, Jingzhou             01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Dynamics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 202/HONE 202, MATH 236 or concurrently
    ME 203-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Foster, Michael R.         01/14-05/10
    ME 203-04    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Foster, Michael R.         01/14-05/10
    ME 203-06    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Chauhan, Vedang D          01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Measurement Computing

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGR 105/HONE 105, and PHYS 134
    ME 205-02    Tu     4:55-6:50 pm          Books   Candido, Brian L.          01/14-05/10
    ME 205-04    Th     3:00-4:50 pm          Books   Candido, Brian L.          01/14-05/10
    ME 205-06    Th     4:55-6:50 pm                  Candido, Brian L.         CANCELLED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Mechanics of Materials

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 202 or HONE 202 Co-req or prereq: MATH 235
    ME 208-02    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Kaymaram, Farid            01/14-05/10
    ME 208-04    MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Kaymaram, Farid            01/14-05/10
    ME 208-06    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Vallee, Glenn              01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Thermodynamics II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 303
    ME 304-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Seyedmehdi  01/14-05/10
    ME 304-04    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Mortazavi Zanjani, Seyedmehdi  01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Laboratory II

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 303 and ME 313 ME 316 or concurrently, or permission of the ME Lab Coordinator.
    ME 314-02    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Italia, Lino S.            01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    ME 314-04    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Italia, Lino S.            01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    ME 314-06    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    ME 314-08    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Kaymaram, Farid            01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    ME 314-10    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Cameron, John              01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    ME 314-12    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Freedman, Curt M.          01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    ME 314-14    Th     2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     01/14-05/10
                 Th     3:00-6:00 pm                                             
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Fluid Mechanics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 203, and ME 303 or permission of instructor.
    ME 316-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Santamaria, Anthony        01/14-05/10
    ME 316-04    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Santamaria, Anthony        CLOSED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Design of Solar Energy Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 303
    ME 318-02    Tu     2:00-3:55 pm          Books   Dini, Said                 01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Mechanical Vibrations

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME-203 or ME-207; ME-208 and MATH-350
    ME 320-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Roche, Charles             01/14-05/10
    ME 320-04    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Vallee, Glenn              CLOSED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Manufacturing Processes

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing in Engineering
    ME 322-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Cameron, John              CLOSED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Design of Mechatronics Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 311
    ME 324-02    MW     4:00-5:20 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Heat Transfer

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 303 and ME 316
    ME 417-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                 TBA                       CANCELLED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Design Projects

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 439
    ME 437-02    M      12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Dini, Said                 01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Senior Design Projects

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME 439, and graduating senior status
    ME 440-02    M      12:00-12:50 pm                Dini, Said                CANCELLED 
                 F      2:00-5:00 pm                                            CANCELLED 
    ME 440-04    Th     1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Dini, Said                 01/14-05/10
                 F      2:00-5:00 pm                                             
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Design Alternative Energy Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME-303 and ME-316; and ME-417 or concurrently
    ME 445-40    Th     6:15-8:55 pm          Books   Freedman, Curt M.          01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed w/ME 540-40

    Mechanical Engineering: Fundamentals of Flight

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME-203; ME 303 or concurrently, ME 316 or concurrently, or permission of instructor.
    ME 447-40    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Foster, Michael R.         CLOSED 
    	Cross listed with ME 591-40

    Mechanical Engineering: Computer Aided Engineer

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior Engineering standing
    ME 449-40    W      6:45-9:25 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     CLOSED 
    

    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 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   Dini, Said                 CLOSED 
    

    Meteorology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Meteorology: Intro to Meteorology

    3 credits
    METR 101-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Martini, Karl              CLOSED 
                 Th     2:00-4:00 pm                  Martini, Karl              CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Marketing (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Marketing: Principles of Marketing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore Standing
    MK 200-02    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Elam, Elizabeth            CLOSED 
    MK 200-04    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Elam, Elizabeth            01/14-05/10
    MK 200-06    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Woodside, Thomas J.        01/14-05/10
    MK 200-08    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Woodside, Thomas J.        01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Buyer Behavior

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 200/HONB 200
    MK 301-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Costanzo, Paul             CLOSED 
    

    Marketing: Multinational Marketing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing and MK 200/HONB 200
    MK 311-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Woodside, Thomas J.        01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Promotional Strategy

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 200/HONB 200
    MK 317-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Costanzo, Paul             01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Price & Product Strategy

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EC 111 or EC 112, MK 200/HONB 200, BIS 221, and MK 301.
    MK 320-02    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Sales & Sales Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 301
    MK 322-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Elam, Elizabeth            01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Promotional Design & Application

    3 credits, prerequisite: MK-200 or HONB-200, and Junior standing.
    MK 340-42    Th     6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Fitzgerald, Gerald         01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Social Media Marketing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS-202 and MK-317 Formerly Electronic Marketing-Issues and Strategies
    MK 370-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Schoonmaker, Mary          01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Marketing Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK 318 or BIS 412, and Senior standing
    MK 421-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Goodnight, Janelle E.      01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Campaign Planning & Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing. Complete MK 317 and Pre- or Corequisite of MK 340
    MK 422-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Kleine, Susan S            01/14-05/10
    

    Marketing: Internship in Marketing

    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.
    MK 480-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        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 485-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Military Leadership (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Military Leadership: Intro to Army Physical Fitness

    1 credit
    ML 100-02    MWF    6:15-7:30 am          Books   Oberndorf, Eric            01/14-05/10
    

    Military Leadership: Basic Leadership

    1 credit
    ML 102-02    Tu     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Oberndorf, Eric            01/14-05/10
    

    Military Leadership: Leadership & Teamwork

    2 credits
    ML 202-02    Tu     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Oberndorf, Eric            01/14-05/10
    

    Military Leadership: Military Leadership II

    3 credits
    ML 302-02    TuTh   10:00-11:30 am        Books   Diggles, John R            01/14-05/10
    

    Military Leadership: Military Law & Officership

    3 credits
    ML 402-02    TuTh   10:00-11:30 am        Books   Magner, Stephen            01/14-05/10
    

    Music (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Music: Beginning Guitar

    3 credits
    MUS 110-02   Tu     2:00-4:40 pm          Books   Mason, John F.             CLOSED 
    

    Music: University Singers

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
    MUS 142-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
    

    Music: University Singers

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
    MUS 144-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
    

    Music: Campus Chorus

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
    MUS 152-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
    

    Music: Campus Chorus

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
    MUS 154-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
    

    Music: Concert Band

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
    MUS 182-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
    

    Music: Concert Band

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
    MUS 184-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
    

    Music: Special Topics in Music

    3 credits
    MUS 190-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   01/14-05/10
                                                      Morgan, James C.           
    	Math and Music - Cross Listed w/ MATH 190-02 - This course is an exploration of the ways music can be understood through mathematical concepts, and how mathematical concepts are used to create and analyze music. Students will apply these concepts in practical activities like building instruments, composing original pieces using computer algorithms, and performing original pieces in a laptop orchestra. Only a high school math background along with a general interest in math and music is required.

    Music: Intermediate Guitar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MUS 110, or permission of instructor.
    MUS 210-40   Tu     5:00-8:40 pm                  Mason, John F.            CANCELLED 
    

    Music: CMSS Indiv Musical Instrum Instruct

    3 credits, prerequisite: Permission of the Coordinator of Music.
    MUS 250-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $300

    Music: Independent Study in Music

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    MUS 333-02          By Arrangement        Books   Nagoski Peterson, Amelia   CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Neuroscience: Introduc to Behavioral Neuroscience

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101
    NSCI 212-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Scientific Communication

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ENGL 132 and NSCI 212, or permission of the chair.
    NSCI 247-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Krans, Jacob L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Neuroscience: Reproductive Endocrinology & Physio

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIO-101; or BIO-107 and BIO-117.
    NSCI 248-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Krans, Jacob L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Rotation I

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 212
    NSCI 250-02         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    NSCI 250-04         By Arrangement        Books   Krans, Jacob L.            CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Rotation II

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 250
    NSCI 251-02         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    NSCI 251-04         By Arrangement        Books   Krans, Jacob L.            CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Cognitive Neuroscience

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 212, or permission of chair
    NSCI 312-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    01/14-05/10
    

    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 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Placement I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 250/NSCI 251
    NSCI 350-02         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    NSCI 350-04         By Arrangement        Books   Krans, Jacob L.            CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Neuroscience Lab Placement II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 250/NSCI 251
    NSCI 351-02         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    NSCI 351-04         By Arrangement        Books   Krans, Jacob L.            CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Neural Systems and Behavior

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 212 and BIO 108; or permission of the chair.
    NSCI 380-02  MW     1:00-2:20 pm          Books   Krans, Jacob L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Neuroscience: Senior Neuroscience Thesis I

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 350/NSCI 351
    NSCI 450-02         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    NSCI 450-04         By Arrangement        Books   Krans, Jacob L.            CLOSED 
    

    Neuroscience: Senior Neuroscience Thesis II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete NSCI 350/NSCI 351
    NSCI 451-02         By Arrangement        Books   Tershner, Sheralee Anne    CLOSED 
    NSCI 451-04         By Arrangement        Books   Krans, Jacob L.            CLOSED 
    

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

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Personal Health & Wellness

    1 credit
    PEHR 151-04  MW     8:00-8:50 am                  Heffernan, Gregory J.     CANCELLED 
    	March 6 to May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Racquetball

    1 credit
    PEHR 153-04  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   O'Neill, Devin M.          03/06-05/10
    	March 6 to May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Walking & Jogging

    1 credit
    PEHR 154-04  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   O'Neill, Devin M.          03/06-05/10
    	March 6 to May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Lifeguarding

    1 credit, prerequisite: Must have the ability to swim 300 yards using the front crawl, continuously.
    PEHR 158-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                 Klepacki, Aimee           CANCELLED 
    	January 14 to March 5 - Certification Fee
    Laboratory Fee $60

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Pers Fitness/Strength Training/Well

    1 credit
    PEHR 161-02  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   O'Neill, Devin M.          01/14-03/05
    	January 14 to March 5

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: CPR/AED-Adult, Child & Infant

    1 credit
    PEHR 162-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Vallee, Michael A.         03/06-05/10
    	March 6 to May 3 - Certification Fee
    Laboratory Fee $19

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Games Children Play

    1 credit, prerequisite: Required for Elementary Education Majors
    PEHR 163-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Klepacki, Aimee            03/06-05/10
    	March 6 to May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: RAD Rape Aggression Defense

    1 credit
    PEHR 165-04  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Curran, Judith E.         CANCELLED 
    	March 6 to May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: TRX Strength Training

    1 credit
    PEHR 166-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Heffernan, Gregory J.      03/06-05/10
    	March 6 - May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Tennis

    1 credit
    PEHR 167-04  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Heffernan, Gregory J.      03/06-05/10
    	March 6 to May 3

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Volleyball

    1 credit
    PEHR 171-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Heffernan, Gregory J.      01/14-03/05
    	January 14 to March 5

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Special Topics in PEHR

    3 credits
    PEHR 190-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    	CANCEL!!
    Laboratory Fee $19

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

    3 credits, prerequisite: Completion of two credit PEHR freshman requirement
    PEHR 201-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Chaszar, Nicole M          01/14-05/10
    

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

    3 credits, prerequisite: Completion of PEHR 151, & PEHR 153-PEHR 185 req - 2 credits
    PEHR 202-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Vallee, Michael A.         01/14-05/10
    

    Physical Ed/Health & Recreation: Internship in Athletic Coaching

    rnship. credits, prerequisite: 12 credits completed in Athletic Coaching Minor. PEHR 201. 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.
    PEHR 480-02         By Arrangement        Books   Chaszar, Nicole M          CLOSED 
    

    Philosophy (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Philosophy: Intro to Philosophy

    3 credits
    PH 103-04    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Salazar, Heather L.        CLOSED 
    PH 103-40    M      6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Porter, Burton             01/14-05/10
    

    Philosophy: Symbolic Logic

    3 credits
    PH 204-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             TBA                       CANCELLED 
    PH 204-04    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Rodriguez, Josephine       01/14-05/10
    

    Philosophy: Ethics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    PH 208-02    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Barcalow, Emmett           01/14-05/10
    PH 208-04    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Porter, Burton             01/14-05/10
    PH 208-52           By Arrangement        Books   Barcalow, Emmett           CLOSED 
    	Online with Kodiak

    Philosophy: Business Ethics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240 for credit.
    PH 211-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Salazar, Heather L.        CLOSED 
    PH 211-04    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Salazar, Heather L.        CLOSED 
    PH 211-40    W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Anderson, Wes              01/14-05/10
    

    Philosophy: Contemporary Moral Problems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    PH 218-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Porter, Burton             01/14-05/10
    PH 218-04    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Porter, Burton             01/14-05/10
    

    Philosophy: Biomedical Ethics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    PH 231-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Racine, Valerie            01/14-05/10
    

    Philosophy: Special Topics in Philosophy

    3 credits
    PH 291-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Racine, Valerie            01/14-05/10
    	Ethics of Computational Technologies - In this course, students will learn how to identify the potential benefits and risks of particular uses of data, as well as analyze crosscutting themes in the ethics of computational technologies. These themes include: 1) the challenges of collecting, managing, storing, and sharing data, 2) issues concerning privacy and confidentiality, 3) issues in the governance of science and data, 4) issues concerning the extent to which we should trust decisions made by computers in different contexts, and 5) the challenges of maintaining public trust in science. Students will be encouraged to incorporate different levels of analyses, critical perspectives, ethical principles, and competing values into a rigorous ethical analysis of computational technologies and their applications.
    PH 291-04 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Racine, Valerie 01/14-05/10 Ethics of Computational Technologies - In this course, students will learn how to identify the potential benefits and risks of particular uses of data, as well as analyze crosscutting themes in the ethics of computational technologies. These themes include: 1) the challenges of collecting, managing, storing, and sharing data, 2) issues concerning privacy and confidentiality, 3) issues in the governance of science and data, 4) issues concerning the extent to which we should trust decisions made by computers in different contexts, and 5) the challenges of maintaining public trust in science. Students will be encouraged to incorporate different levels of analyses, critical perspectives, ethical principles, and competing values into a rigorous ethical analysis of computational technologies and their applications.

    Philosophy: Philosophy of Religion

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Cross listed as REL 304
    PH 304-02    MW     2:00-3:20 pm                  Porter, Burton            CANCELLED 
    PH 304-59           By Arrangement        Books   Porter, Burton             CLOSED 
    

    Philosophy: Independent Study in Philosophy

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    PH 333-02           By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Philosophy: Ancient Philosophy

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    PH 340-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Barcalow, Emmett           01/14-05/10
    

    Physics (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Physics: Elements of Physics

    3 credits
    PHYS 101-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Samboy, Nolan S.           CLOSED 
                 F      2:00-4:00 pm                  Samboy, Nolan S.           CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Physics: Basic Physics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Open to Elementary Education majors only
    PHYS 105-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Martini, Karl              CLOSED 
                 M      2:00-4:00 pm                  Martini, Karl              CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Physics: Physics of the Life Sciences II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 123
    PHYS 124-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Niestemski, Liang R.       01/14-05/10
                 W      2:00-5:00 pm                  Gallant, Joseph N.         
    	Lecture combined w/ 06
    Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 124-04 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Niestemski, Liang R. 01/14-05/10 Tu 2:00-5:00 pm Wurm, Alexander Lecture combined w/ 08
    Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 124-06 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Gallant, Joseph N. CLOSED M 2:00-5:00 pm Niestemski, Liang R. CLOSED Lecture combined w/ 02 - Lab combined w/ 08
    Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 124-08 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Gallant, Joseph N. CLOSED M 2:00-5:00 pm Niestemski, Liang R. CLOSED Lecture combined w/ 04, Lab combined w/ 06
    Laboratory Fee $100

    Physics: Mechanics

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 123, MATH 124, MATH 133, or concurrently
    PHYS 133-02  MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Jaefari, Akbar             01/14-05/10
                 W      2:00-5:00 pm                  Jaefari, Akbar             
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    PHYS 133-04 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Jaefari, Akbar 01/14-05/10 M 2:00-5:00 pm Jaefari, Akbar Laboratory Fee $100

    Physics: Electricity & Magnetism

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 132 or PHYS 133; MATH 123, MATH 124, or MATH 133.
    PHYS 134-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Samboy, Nolan S.           CLOSED 
                 W      2:30-5:30 pm                  Samboy, Nolan S.           CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $100
    PHYS 134-04 MWF 11:00-11:50 am Books Gallant, Joseph N. CLOSED Tu 2:00-5:00 pm Samboy, Nolan S. CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 134-06 TuTh 9:30-10:50 am Books Gallant, Joseph N. CLOSED M 2:00-5:00 pm Savickas, David F CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 134-08 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Jaefari, Akbar 01/14-05/10 Th 11:00 am-2:00 pm Niestemski, Liang R. Concurrent w/ MATH 134-08
    Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 134-10 MWF 8:00-8:50 am Books Niestemski, Liang R. 01/14-05/10 Th 2:00-5:00 pm Savickas, David F Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 134-12 MWF 9:00-9:50 am Books Gallant, Joseph N. 01/14-05/10 Th 8:00-11:00 am Niestemski, Liang R. Laboratory Fee $100
    PHYS 134-14 MWF 10:00-10:50 am Books Hatten, Daniel CLOSED Tu 8:00-11:00 am Hatten, Daniel CLOSED Laboratory Fee $100

    Physics: Energy & Mankind

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 101, PHYS 103, PHYS 105, PHYS 123, PHYS 132; PHYS 133, METR 101, CHEM 101, CHEM 105, or GEOL 101; or BIO 101 or BIO 103; or BIO 107 and BIO 117;
    PHYS 152-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Hatten, Daniel             01/14-05/10
    

    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 154-59         By Arrangement        Books   Wurm, Alexander            CLOSED 
    

    Physics: Meteorology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 101, CHEM 101, CHEM 105, GEOL 101, or BIO 101.
    PHYS 155-59         By Arrangement        Books   Martini, Karl              CLOSED 
    

    Physics: Cosmology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Any of following: PHYS 101, PHYS 103, PHYS 105, PHYS 123, PHYS 133, CHEM 101, CHEM 103, CHEM 105, METR 101, GEOL 101, BIO 101, BIO 103, or BIO 107/117.
    PHYS 157-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Savickas, David F          01/14-05/10
    

    Physics: Optics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PHYS 124 or PHYS 134
    PHYS 301-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Wurm, Alexander            01/14-05/10
    

    Physics: Independent Study in Physics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    PHYS 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   Hatten, Daniel             CLOSED 
    

    Political Science (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Political Science: Intro to Contemporary Global Issues

    3 credits, prerequisite: Cross listed as INST 101
    POSC 101-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Janik, Laura L.            01/14-05/10
    POSC 101-04  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Janik, Laura L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: American National Government

    3 credits
    POSC 102-02  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Fairman, Peter             01/14-05/10
    POSC 102-04  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Fairman, Peter             CLOSED 
    	reserved for "Golden Bear Sleuth"
    POSC 102-06 MWF 1:00-1:50 pm Books Mandel, William S. 01/14-05/10 POSC 102-08 MWF 2:00-2:50 pm Books Mandel, William S. 01/14-05/10 POSC 102-52 By Arrangement Books Williams, Donald 01/14-05/10 Online with Kodiak

    Political Science: Western Political Thought

    3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101 or POSC 102 or INST 101, or 3 crs of European history, or
    POSC 207-02  TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Dean, Nathaniel W.         01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: State Politics in America

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 101 or INST 101 or POSC 102; Sophomore standing.
    POSC 210-02  MWF    2:00-2:50 pm          Books   Fairman, Peter             01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: Political Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102 and Sophomore standing.
    POSC 212-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  Vercellotti, Leonard T.   CANCELLED 
    POSC 212-04  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Vercellotti, Leonard T.    01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: Special Topics in Political Science

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 101 or POSC 102;
    POSC 290-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Dean, Nathaniel W.         01/14-05/10
    	The Legal Profession - Cross-listed with LSOC 290-02 - Introduces the legal profession from the perspective of both law practitioners and the social sciences; provides an inside view of the practice of law as well as social science perspectives on the role of the lawyer in society; considers issues associated with access to justice, legal ethics, and cause-lawyering among others; clarifies the connections between the goals of liberal education, on the one hand, and legal education, on the other; and compares and contrasts the values, perspectives, and assumptions of social science and ethics with those of the legal profession.

    Political Science: Politics of the Middle East

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 101 or INST 101 or POSC 102, and Junior standing
    POSC 318-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Williams, Donald           01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: The US Presidency

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102 and Junior standing
    POSC 322-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Mandel, William S.         01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: Civil Liberties

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102, and POSC 225 or CJ 234.
    POSC 326-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Mandel, William S.         01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: Independent Study in Political Science

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    POSC 334-02         By Arrangement        Books   Janik, Laura L.            CLOSED 
    

    Political Science: International Law & Organization

    3 credits, prerequisite: POSC 101/INST 101 or POSC 102. Junior standing
    POSC 340-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Janik, Laura L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Political Science: Special Topics in Political Science

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete POSC 102
    POSC 390-02  MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Fairman, Peter             01/14-05/10
    	Politics of Education - This course will examine the political dynamics and relevant laws concerning education policy. Significant attention will be devoted to the constant efforts to reform our education system and its consequences for the quality of  higher as well as secondary education.

    Political Science: Seminar in Government

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing and 15 credits of POSC courses, or permission of instructor.
    POSC 490-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Vercellotti, Leonard T.    01/14-05/10
    	Cross-listed with LSOC 490-02

    Psychology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Psychology: Intro to Psychology

    3 credits
    PSY 101-02   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   Rajaraman, Adithyan R.     01/14-05/10
    PSY 101-04   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Nuzzolilli, Andrew E.      CLOSED 
    PSY 101-06   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Nuzzolilli, Andrew E.      CLOSED 
    PSY 101-08   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Castellano, Alison N.      CLOSED 
    PSY 101-10   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Farnsworth, Thomas G.      CLOSED 
    PSY 101-12   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Farnsworth, Thomas G.      CLOSED 
    PSY 101-14   MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Metras, Rachel L.          01/14-05/10
    PSY 101-16   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Metras, Rachel L.          01/14-05/10
    PSY 101-18   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Castellano, Alison N.      01/14-05/10
    PSY 101-20   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm                  Castellano, Alison N.     CANCELLED 
    PSY 101-22   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Seacat, Jason D.           01/14-05/10
    PSY 101-52          By Arrangement        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E.          CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Psychology: Intro to Psychology Research

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of the chair
    PSY 150-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Intro to Psychology Research II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Permission of the chair
    PSY 151-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Developmental Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 201-02   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              CLOSED 
    PSY 201-04   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              CLOSED 
    PSY 201-06   MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Qin, Dongxiao              CLOSED 
    PSY 201-52          By Arrangement        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              01/14-05/10
    	Online w/Kodiak

    Psychology: Statistics for Behavioral Sciences

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 100 or higher, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 207-02   TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Northrup, Denine A.        CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Social Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and PSY 201 or concurrently, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 214-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Seacat, Jason D.           CLOSED 
    PSY 214-04   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Zabel, Kevin L.            CLOSED 
    PSY 214-06   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Zabel, Kevin L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Cognitive Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and PSY 214, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 224-02   MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Zabel, Kevin L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Intermed Psychology Research

    1 credit
    PSY 250-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Intermed Psychology Research II

    1 credit
    PSY 251-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

    3 credits
    PSY 291-02   M      7:00 am-1:00 pm       Books   Outhouse, Jessica H.       01/14-05/10
                 Tu     2:00-2:50 pm                                             
    	Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 291-04 Tu 7:00 am-1:00 pm Books Outhouse, Jessica H. 01/14-05/10 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 291-06 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Books Outhouse, Jessica H. 01/14-05/10 W 7:00 am-1:00 pm Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 291-08 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Books Outhouse, Jessica H. 01/14-05/10 Th 7:00 am-1:00 pm Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 291-10 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Books Outhouse, Jessica H. 01/14-05/10 F 7:00 am-1:00 pm Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth

    Psychology: Organizational Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and Junior standing, or permission of the chair
    PSY 302-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Outhouse, Jessica H.       01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Personality

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing PSY major, and completed PSY 101; or permission of the chairperson.
    PSY 303-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Seacat, Jason D.           CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Psychological Assessment

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101, and PSY-207 or BIS-220 or equivalent, or permission of the chair
    PSY 307-02   MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E.          CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Research Methods

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and PSY 207, or permission of the chair
    PSY 309-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Pinkston, Jonathan W.      01/14-05/10
    PSY 309-04   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Pinkston, Jonathan W.      01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Learning

    3 credits, prerequisite: For PSY, ELEDP, NSCI, NSCIC, NSCIR majors; PSY 101 or permission of the chair.
    PSY 313-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                 TBA                       CANCELLED 
    PSY 313-04   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Henley, Amy J.             01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Cultural Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and Junior standing, or permission of the chair
    PSY 315-52          By Arrangement        Books   Qin, Dongxiao              CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Psychology: Sports Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 101 and Junior standing, or permission of the chair
    PSY 321-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Castellano, Alison N.      CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Applied Behavior Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 313, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 323-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Henley, Amy J.             01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Abnormal Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing, or permission of the chair. Complete PSY 101.
    PSY 326-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E.          CLOSED 
    PSY 326-04   MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Kleinmann, Ava E.          CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Psy Tolerance, Soc Just & Hate Cri

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing or permission of the chair
    PSY 327-02   MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Zabel, Kevin L.            CLOSED 
    PSY 327-04   MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Zabel, Kevin L.            01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Independent Study in Psychology

    2 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    PSY 333-02          By Arrangement        Books   Castellano, Alison N.      CLOSED 
    PSY 333-04          By Arrangement        Books   Henley, Amy J.             CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Independent Study in Psychology

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    PSY 334-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Adv Psychology Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: Permission of the chair
    PSY 350-02          By Arrangement        Books   Metras, Rachel L.          CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Adv Psychology Research II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Permission of the chair
    PSY 351-02          By Arrangement        Books   Gover, Holly C.            CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Adv ABA Res: Des Hlthy Env Yng Chld

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 309 and PSY 313, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 352-02   Th     11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Gover, Holly C.            01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Adv ABA Res: Des Hlthy Env Yng Chld II

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 352, or permission of the chair
    PSY 353-02   Th     11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Gover, Holly C.            CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Adv Social Psych Research

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 214 and PSY 309, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 356-02   TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                 Seacat, Jason D.          CANCELLED 
    

    Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing.
    PSY 390-02   TuTh   8:00-9:20 am                  Henley, Amy J.            CANCELLED 
    	Applied Dog Training and Behavior - This course examines canine ethology and the application of behavioral principles including operant and respondent conditioning in training and modifying behavior in domestic dogs.

    Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Formerly ILP 389. Can not receive credit for Spring'19 PSY 391 ST:Issues in Adolescence if received credit for ILP 389.
    PSY 391-02   M      7:00 am-1:00 pm               Outhouse, Jessica H.      CANCELLED 
                 Tu     2:00-2:50 pm                                            CANCELLED 
    	Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 391-04 Tu 7:00 am-1:00 pm Outhouse, Jessica H. CANCELLED Tu 2:00-2:50 pm CANCELLED Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 391-06 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Outhouse, Jessica H. CANCELLED W 7:00 am-1:00 pm CANCELLED Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 391-08 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Outhouse, Jessica H. CANCELLED Th 7:00 am-1:00 pm CANCELLED Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth
    PSY 391-10 Tu 2:00-2:50 pm Outhouse, Jessica H. CANCELLED F 7:00 am-1:00 pm CANCELLED Issues in Adolescence - formerly ILP 389 - Students will be introduced to theories of adolescent development to prepare them for a practical experience working in an alternative high school environment. This experience will include the opportunity to observe, teach, advise, assess, counsel, and interview at-risk youth

    Psychology: Special Topics in Psychology

    3 credits
    PSY 392-02   TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  Seacat, Jason D.          CANCELLED 
    	Personality Psychology CANCEL!!!

    Psychology: Behavioral Counseling Methods

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 313 and PSY 416, or permission of the chair
    PSY 418-02   W      2:00-4:40 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    

    Psychology: History of Psy & Personality Theory

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior standing in Psychology, or permission of the chair.
    PSY 420-02   MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Castellano, Alison N.      01/14-05/10
    

    Psychology: Undergraduate Research

    3 credits, prerequisite: PSY 309 and Senior standing, or permission of the chair
    PSY 440-02          By Arrangement        Books   Henley, Amy J.             CLOSED 
    PSY 440-04          By Arrangement        Books   Zabel, Kevin L.            CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Undergraduate Research

    1 credit, prerequisite: PSY 309 and Senior standing, or permission of the chair
    PSY 441-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Senior Psychology Research Project

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 309, and permission of the chair
    PSY 450-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     CLOSED 
    

    Psychology: Senior Psychology Research Project

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete PSY 309, and permission of the chair
    PSY 451-02          By Arrangement        Books   STAFF,                     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 480-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        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 481-02          By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Quantitative Reasoning (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Quantitative Reasoning: Quantitative Reasoning for Business

    3 credits
    QR 112-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am                TBA                       CANCELLED 
    QR 112-04    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Whitehead, Brian M.        CLOSED 
    QR 112-06    TuTh   8:00-9:20 am          Books   McDonald, James            CLOSED 
    QR 112-08    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   McDonald, James            CLOSED 
    QR 112-10    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   McDonald, James            CLOSED 
    QR 112-12    MWF    8:00-8:50 am          Books   Van Winkle, Kathleen       CLOSED 
    QR 112-14    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Van Winkle, Kathleen       CLOSED 
    QR 112-42    TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Sherman, Scott W.          CLOSED 
    

    Sign Language (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Sign Language: Basic Sign Language, Level I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 101
    SL 101-40    W      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Hoover, Dana               01/14-05/10
    

    Sociology (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Sociology: Intro to Sociology

    3 credits
    SO 101-02    MWF    9:00-9:50 am          Books   Simpson, Michaela M.       CLOSED 
    SO 101-04    MWF    12:00-12:50 pm        Books   Simpson, Michaela M.       01/14-05/10
    SO 101-06    MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Force, William R.          01/14-05/10
    

    Sociology: Social Problems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO 101
    SO 201-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am                 Simpson, Michaela M.      CANCELLED 
    

    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 210-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Okeem, Chidike I.          01/14-05/10
    	Cross-listed with CJ 210-02
    SO 210-04 MW 2:00-3:20 pm Books Okeem, Chidike I. 01/14-05/10 Cross-listed with CJ 210-04

    Sociology: Race & Ethnicity

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO 101
    SO 211-52           By Arrangement        Books   Madera, Pablo Paul         CLOSED 
    	Online w/ Kodiak

    Sociology: Research Methods

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO 300 or CJ 300, and Junior standing. Cross listed as CJ 301.
    SO 301-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Simpson, Michaela M.       CLOSED 
                 F      8:00-8:50 am                                             CLOSED 
    	Cross-listed with CJ 301-02
    SO 301-04 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Hansen, Laura L. CANCELLED Tu 1:00-1:50 pm CANCELLED Cross-listed with CJ 301-04
    SO 301-06 TuTh 2:00-3:20 pm Books Hansen, Laura L. CLOSED Th 1:00-1:50 pm CLOSED Cross-listed with CJ 301-04

    Sociology: Qualitative Research Methods

    4 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO-101 and MATH-120; and any 2XX-level CJ or SO course, and Junior standing. Cross listed as CJ 307
    SO 307-02    TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Force, William R.          01/14-05/10
                 Tu     5:00-5:50 pm                                             
    	Cross-listed with CJ 307-02

    Sociology: Deviance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO-101 or LSOC-101, and any 200-level SO course, and Junior standing.
    SO 309-02    TuTh   3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Force, William R.          01/14-05/10
    

    Sociology: Contemporary Theory

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SO 101 and any 200-level SO course, and Junior standing; or chair's permission. Formerly "Social Theory"
    SO 322-02    TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm             Force, William R.         CANCELLED 
    SO 322-59           By Arrangement        Books   Force, William R.          CLOSED 
    

    Sociology: Independent Study in Sociology

    1 credit, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    SO 333-02           By Arrangement        Books   Force, William R.          CLOSED 
    

    Spanish (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Spanish: Elementary Spanish II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 101 or the equivalent
    SPAN 102-02  MWF    10:00-10:50 am                Navarro, Sandra V.        CANCELLED 
    

    Spanish: Intermed Spanish II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 203 or the equivalent
    SPAN 204-02  MWF    1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         01/14-05/10
    

    Spanish: Adv Conversational Spanish II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPAN 305 or the equivalent
    SPAN 306-02  MWF    11:00-11:50 am                Navarro, Sandra V.        CANCELLED 
    SPAN 306-04  F      2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Navarro, Sandra V.         01/14-05/10
                        By Arrangement                                           
    

    Sport Management (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Sport Management: Managing Sport Organizations

    3 credits
    SPMN 250-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Covell, Daniel             01/14-05/10
    

    Sport Management: Sport Marketing

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MK-200 or HONB-200; and SPMN 250;
    SPMN 366-02  MW     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Covell, Daniel             CLOSED 
    

    Sport Management: Golf Industry & Golf Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    SPMN 380-52         By Arrangement        Books   Enroth, Karl               CLOSED 
    	Online with Kodiak

    Sport Management: Adv Field Experience-Sport Mgt

    3 credits, prerequisite: 3.0 overall GPA, instructor permission, and two faculty endorsements. Concurrent enrollment in SPMN 460 and SPMN 461 is required.
    SPMN 460-02         By Arrangement        Books   Walker, Sharianne          CLOSED 
    

    Sport Management: Adv Field Experience-Sport Mgt

    3 credits, prerequisite: 3.0 overall GPA, instructor permission, and two faculty endorsements. Concurrent enrollment in SPMN 460 and SPMN 461 is required.
    SPMN 461-02         By Arrangement        Books   Walker, Sharianne          CLOSED 
    

    Sport Management: Seminar in Sport Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SPMN 250 and SPMN 355; Senior Sport Management (SPMN and SPKM) majors only
    SPMN 465-02  TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Walker, Sharianne          01/14-05/10
    

    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 480-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Social Work (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Social Work: Intro to Social Work

    3 credits
    SW 100-02    TuTh   9:30-10:50 am         Books   Crouser, Morganne          01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Child Welfare: Saving Children

    3 credits
    SW 203-52           By Arrangement        Books   MacK, Linda-Jeanne M.      01/14-05/10
    	Online with Kodiak

    Social Work: An Invitation to the World of Aging

    2 credits, prerequisite: Soph SW major, or Soph SW minor, or SW 100.
    SW 207-02    M      4:00-5:50 pm          Books   Murphy, Rachel M.          01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Generalist Social Work Practice II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 301 and Junior standing Corequisite SW 305 Formerly "SW Interventive Method II"
    SW 302-02    WF     8:30-9:50 am          Books   Therrien, Elizabeth A.     01/14-05/10
                                                      Cannella, Jennifer         
    

    Social Work: Generalist Social Work Practice III

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 301 and Junior standing. Formerly "Social Work Interventive Method III"
    SW 303-02    MWF    10:00-10:50 am        Books   Schrenzel, Jeff            01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Helping Relationship Practicum II

    2 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW-301and and SW-302 concurrently Formerly "The Helping Relationship Project"
    SW 305-02    M      9:00-9:50 am          Books   Cannella, Jennifer         01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Social Welfare & Social Policy

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW-100 and POSC-102, and Junior standing.
    SW 313-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Schrenzel, Jeff            01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: MacRo Practice Field Practicum

    3 credits, prerequisite: Corequisite SW-303 and SW-313 Formery "Field Instruction in Macro Practice"
    SW 314-02    W      1:00-1:50 pm          Books   Nieman, Paula              01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Empowerment Pract Underserved Popul

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    SW 321-42    W      5:20-8:00 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    SW 321-44    M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Romero, Julia              01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Senior Field Instruction III

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 409, SW 410, and senior Social Work standing Concurrent registration in SW 415. These courses are graded on a pass/fail basis. - Formerly "Field Instruction in Social Work II"
    SW 411-02           By Arrangement        Books   Nieman, Paula              01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Senior Field Instruction IV

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete SW 409, SW 410, and senior Social Work standing Corequisite SW-415 These courses are graded on a pass/fail basis. - Formerly "Field Instruction in Social Work II"
    SW 412-02           By Arrangement        Books   Nieman, Paula              01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Seminar in Field Instruction II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete SW 409, SW 410, and SW 414. Concurrent registration in SW 411 and SW 412.
    SW 415-02    M      2:30-3:50 pm          Books   Therrien, Elizabeth A.     01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work: Social Work Research Seminar

    2 credits, prerequisite: SW-419;
    SW 420-02    M      12:00-1:50 pm         Books   Nieman, Paula              01/14-05/10
    

    Theater (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Theater: Acting I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly THTR 208
    THTR 101-02  MW     2:00-3:20 pm          Books   Bucs, Hillary H            CLOSED 
    

    Theater: Stageless Players

    1 credit, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 152
    THTR 152-02         By Arrangement        Books   Bucs, Hillary H            01/14-05/10
    

    Theater: Stageless Players

    1 credit, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 154
    THTR 154-02         By Arrangement        Books   Bucs, Hillary H            01/14-05/10
    

    Theater: Stageless Players

    1 credit, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 156
    THTR 156-02         By Arrangement        Books   Bucs, Hillary H            01/14-05/10
    

    Theater: Improv on the Rocks

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete THTR-220 or permission of the instructor
    THTR 160-02         By Arrangement        Books   Bucs, Hillary H            CLOSED 
    

    Theater: Improv on the Rocks

    1 credit
    THTR 162-02         By Arrangement        Books   Bucs, Hillary H            01/14-05/10
    

    Theater: Acting II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete THTR-101 or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Formerly THTR 308
    THTR 201-02  TuTh   2:00-3:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    

    Theater: Improvisational Comedy I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly THTR 320
    THTR 220-02  TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Bucs, Hillary H            01/14-05/10
    

    Theater: Independent Study in Theater

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing plus a minimum grade point average of 3.0 overall or in the major field.
    THTR 333-02         By Arrangement        Books   Bucs, Hillary H            CLOSED 
    

    Washington Semester (return to Undergraduate Course table)

    Washington Semester: American Univ Course

    6 credits
    WASH 450-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    Washington Semester: American Univ Course

    6 credits
    WASH 451-02         By Arrangement        Books   TBA                        CLOSED 
    

    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 590-02   MW     4:30-5:50 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             01/14-05/10
    	Transportation System Analysis - Dual listed with CEE 490 - This course provides understandings of transportation systems and its analysis. The topics covered are public transit (bus and rail) systems, air transportation systems, transportation safety, transportation demand modeling, and environmental impact of transportation. Students will enhance their understanding through applied hands-on assignments throughout the coursework.   Masters or BS/MS 5yr students

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

    3 credits
    CEE 591-40   M      6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Duffy, Hugh Michael        01/14-05/10
    	Facade Engineering -  Dual listed with CEE 390 -  This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of building facade engineering.  Topics include: design process, modeling, material selection, construction, energy and performance, environmental considerations, and project management.   Masters or BS/MS 5 yr students

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

    3 credits
    CEE 592-02   TuTh   11:00 am-12:20 pm     Books   Shin, Moochul              01/14-05/10
    	Railroad Track Structure Engineering - Cross listed w/CEE 456-02

    Computer Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

    Computer Engineering: VHDL: Simulation & Synthesis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 271 or equivalent & Graduate Student standing. Cross listed as CPE 462
    CPE 562-40   W      6:00-8:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    CPE 562-42   M      6:00-8:20 pm          Books   Gottschalk, Gregory M      01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed with CPE-462-42

    Electrical Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

    Electrical Engineering: RF + Microwave Active Circuit Design

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE-314, or equivalent Cross listed as EE 456
    EE 556-02    MWF    11:00-11:50 am        Books   Burke, John J.             01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed w/EE 456-02

    Electrical Engineering: Computer-Controlled Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete EE-302 and MATH 236 Cross listed as EE 470
    EE 570-02    MW     3:30-4:50 pm          Books   Rahnamai, Kourosh          01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed w/EE 470-02

    Mechanical Engineering (return to Graduate Course table)

    Mechanical Engineering: Design of Alternate Energy Systems

    3 credits
    ME 540-40    Th     6:15-8:55 pm          Books   Freedman, Curt M.          01/14-05/10
    	Masters or students in the 5 yr BS/MS program  - Cross listed w/ME 445-40

    Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing/Masters or students in the 5th yr BS/MS program.
    ME 590-02    TuTh   4:30-5:50 pm                  Jones, Linda E.           CANCELLED 
    	Composite Design & Fabrication - Masters or BS/MS students - Composite applications have grown exponentially in the last decade due to manufacturing and materials advances.  This course will serve as an introduction to composite materials selection and architecture dictating mechanical and thermomechanical behavior.  This course is intended to introduce continuous fiber reinforced composites having polymer, ceramic and carbon matrices.  The focus will be on applications that include aerospace, energy, automotive, medical, research, manufacturing and marine.   As the demand for high-performance materials with superior properties and performance, flexibility and resilience grows, a new design paradigm from the molecular scale upwards has revolutionized our ability to create novel materials.  This course covers the science, technology (fabrication technologies) and state of the art in atomistic, molecular and multicscale design on  composites material's performance.
    ME 590-40 Tu 6:00-8:40 pm Foster, Michael R. CANCELLED

    Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing/Masters, or students in the 5th yr BS/MS program
    ME 591-40    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Foster, Michael R.         01/14-05/10
    	Fundamentals of Flight - Masters or students in the BS/MS program -Cross listed with ME 447-40

    Evening Courses

    Accounting (return to Evening Course table)

    Accounting: Introduction to Accounting II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 201 or HONB 203, or equivalent. Formerly "Managerial Accounting"
    AC 202-40    MW     6:00-7:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    AC 202-42    TuTh   6:00-7:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    

    Accounting: Cost Accounting

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202
    AC 309-42    W      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Tomolonis, Paul A.         01/14-05/10
    

    Accounting: Fundamentals of Individual Tax

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete AC 202
    AC 413-42    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Kofsky, Ausher M.B.        01/14-05/10
    

    Art (return to Evening Course table)

    Art: Drawing I

    3 credits
    ART 105-40   Tu     5:20-8:00 pm          Books   St. Laurent, Kerry M.      CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50

    Art: Art of Hand Papermaking I

    3 credits
    ART 120-40   Th     6:30-9:10 pm          Books   Ray, Joseph W.C.           CLOSED 
    	Laboratory Fee  $50

    Biology (return to Evening Course table)

    Biology: General Biology Laboratory II

    1 credit, prerequisite: Complete BIO 108
    BIO 118-42   Tu     5:15-8:15 pm          Books   Roberge, Lawrence F.       01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $100

    Business Information Systems (return to Evening Course table)

    Business Information Systems: Statistics for Business Analysis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete BIS 102, and QR 112 or MATH 120. Formerly "Statistics for Business Analytics"
    BIS 221-42   M      6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    

    Business Information Systems: Quality & Operations Management

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MAN 101 or HONB 101; MK 200 or HONB 200; AC 202 and and BIS 202; BIS 220 or BIS 221; FIN 214 or HONB 214. Cannot take both BIS 310 and BIS 312 for credit.
    BIS 310-42   Tu     6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Walczak, Karl J            01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Strength of Civil Engineer Material

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete or co-requisites ME 202 or HONE202
    CEE 240-40   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Shin, Moochul              01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Soil Mechanics Lab

    1 credit, prerequisite: Corequisite CEE-330
    CEE 332-40   Th     5:00-7:50 pm          Books   Kim, Myungseob             CLOSED 
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil & Enviro Engr

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    CEE 390-40   M      6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Duffy, Hugh Michael        01/14-05/10
    	Facade Engineering - Dual listed with CEE 591 - This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of building facade engineering.  Topics include: design process, modeling, material selection, construction, energy and performance, environmental considerations, and project management.

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Green & Substainable Civil Engineer

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior or Senior standing.
    CEE 406-40   Tu     5:30-8:20 pm          Books   Lee, Kenneth               01/14-05/10
    

    Civil and Environmental Engineering: Special Topics in Civil Engineering

    3 credits
    CEE 591-40   M      6:00-8:50 pm          Books   Duffy, Hugh Michael        01/14-05/10
    	Facade Engineering -  Dual listed with CEE 390 -  This course is designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of building facade engineering.  Topics include: design process, modeling, material selection, construction, energy and performance, environmental considerations, and project management.   Masters or BS/MS 5 yr students

    Criminal Justice (return to Evening Course table)

    Criminal Justice: Probation & Parole

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CJ 101 and any 200-level CJ course.
    CJ 320-40    W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Ichton, Bridget C          01/14-05/10
    

    Communication (return to Evening Course table)

    Communication: Principles of Communication

    3 credits
    COMM 100-40  M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Garton-Sjoberg, Brenda     01/14-05/10
    

    Communication: Video Production II

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete COMM 241, and Sophomore standing
    COMM 250-40  W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Dahm, Jeffrey M.           01/14-05/10
    	Laboratory Fee  $200

    Computer Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

    Computer Engineering: VHDL: Simulation & Synthesis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 271 or equivalent Cross listed as CPE 562
    CPE 462-40   W      6:00-8:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    CPE 462-42   M      6:00-8:20 pm          Books   Gottschalk, Gregory M      01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed with CPE 562-42

    Computer Engineering: VHDL: Simulation & Synthesis

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CPE 271 or equivalent & Graduate Student standing. Cross listed as CPE 462
    CPE 562-40   W      6:00-8:20 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    CPE 562-42   M      6:00-8:20 pm          Books   Gottschalk, Gregory M      01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed with CPE-462-42

    Computer Science (return to Evening Course table)

    Computer Science: Computer Crime Scene Investigation

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete CS 101 or IT 101 or permission of instructor. Only one of, CS 300 and CS 310, may be counted as a technical elective in the Computer Science degree program.
    CS 310-42    W      5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Blanchette, Michael        01/14-05/10
    

    Cultures (return to Evening Course table)

    Cultures: Modern Israel

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Satisfies Elements of Culture requirement "C."
    CUL 246-40   M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Seltzer, Bruce A.          01/14-05/10
    

    Finance (return to Evening Course table)

    Finance: Intro to Finance

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133. AC 201 or HONB 203 or concurrent.
    FIN 214-42   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   TBA                        01/14-05/10
    

    Finance: Financing Entrepreneurial Ventures

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete FIN 214
    FIN 330-42   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Bosworth, William          01/14-05/10
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional (return to Evening Course table)

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Global Health & Technology

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophmore standing
    ILP 238-40   M      6:00-8:00 pm          Books   Rust, Michael J.           CLOSED 
                                                      Northrup, Steven G.        
    

    Integrated Liberal & Professional: Justice Then & Now

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    ILP 253-40   W      5:00-6:20 pm                  Simpson, Elizabeth A.     CANCELLED 
    

    Information Technology (return to Evening Course table)

    Information Technology: Adv Top Web Design & Dev

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT-350
    IT 450-42    Tu     5:00-7:40 pm          Books   Mutti, Tony M              01/14-05/10
    

    Information Technology: Adv Top Network Adminstration

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete IT 360
    IT 460-42    M      5:30-8:10 pm          Books   Contabile, Vic S.          01/14-05/10
    

    Management (return to Evening Course table)

    Management: Management & Organizational Behav

    3 credits
    MAN 101-42   TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm                  Kenneally, Donna-Rae      CANCELLED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering (return to Evening Course table)

    Mechanical Engineering: Statics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MATH 134 with minimum grade of "C", and PHYS 132 or PHYS 133
    ME 202-40    TuTh   5:20-6:35 pm          Books   Zhao, Jingzhou             01/14-05/10
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Design Alternative Energy Systems

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME-303 and ME-316; and ME-417 or concurrently
    ME 445-40    Th     6:15-8:55 pm          Books   Freedman, Curt M.          01/14-05/10
    	Cross listed w/ME 540-40

    Mechanical Engineering: Fundamentals of Flight

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete ME-203; ME 303 or concurrently, ME 316 or concurrently, or permission of instructor.
    ME 447-40    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Foster, Michael R.         CLOSED 
    	Cross listed with ME 591-40

    Mechanical Engineering: Computer Aided Engineer

    3 credits, prerequisite: Senior Engineering standing
    ME 449-40    W      6:45-9:25 pm          Books   Khosrowjerdi, Mohammad     CLOSED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Design of Alternate Energy Systems

    3 credits
    ME 540-40    Th     6:15-8:55 pm          Books   Freedman, Curt M.          01/14-05/10
    	Masters or students in the 5 yr BS/MS program  - Cross listed w/ME 445-40

    Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing/Masters or students in the 5th yr BS/MS program.
    ME 590-40    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm                  Foster, Michael R.        CANCELLED 
    

    Mechanical Engineering: Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering

    3 credits, prerequisite: Graduate standing/Masters, or students in the 5th yr BS/MS program
    ME 591-40    Tu     6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Foster, Michael R.         01/14-05/10
    	Fundamentals of Flight - Masters or students in the BS/MS program -Cross listed with ME 447-40

    Marketing (return to Evening Course table)

    Marketing: Promotional Design & Application

    3 credits, prerequisite: MK-200 or HONB-200, and Junior standing.
    MK 340-42    Th     6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Fitzgerald, Gerald         01/14-05/10
    

    Music (return to Evening Course table)

    Music: Intermediate Guitar

    3 credits, prerequisite: Complete MUS 110, or permission of instructor.
    MUS 210-40   Tu     5:00-8:40 pm                  Mason, John F.            CANCELLED 
    

    Philosophy (return to Evening Course table)

    Philosophy: Intro to Philosophy

    3 credits
    PH 103-40    M      6:20-9:00 pm          Books   Porter, Burton             01/14-05/10
    

    Philosophy: Business Ethics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing Cannot take both PH 211 and MAN 240 for credit.
    PH 211-40    W      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Anderson, Wes              01/14-05/10
    

    Quantitative Reasoning (return to Evening Course table)

    Quantitative Reasoning: Quantitative Reasoning for Business

    3 credits
    QR 112-42    TuTh   5:00-6:20 pm          Books   Sherman, Scott W.          CLOSED 
    

    Sign Language (return to Evening Course table)

    Sign Language: Basic Sign Language, Level I

    3 credits, prerequisite: Formerly COMM 101
    SL 101-40    W      6:00-8:40 pm          Books   Hoover, Dana               01/14-05/10
    

    Social Work (return to Evening Course table)

    Social Work: Empowerment Pract Underserved Popul

    3 credits, prerequisite: Junior standing
    SW 321-42    W      5:20-8:00 pm                  TBA                       CANCELLED 
    SW 321-44    M      5:20-8:00 pm          Books   Romero, Julia              01/14-05/10
    

    Non-Traditional Courses

    Business Law (return to Non-Traditional Course table)

    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-P5           By Arrangement                Shrage, Harvey M          CANCELLED 
    	Online w/Kodiak - For Non-Trad students - combined w/BL 424-52

    Philosophy (return to Non-Traditional Course table)

    Philosophy: Ethics

    3 credits, prerequisite: Sophomore standing
    PH 208-P5           By Arrangement                Barcalow, Emmett          CANCELLED 
    	Online w/Kodiak - For Non-Trad students - combined w/PH 208-52


    2019 Spring Semester Schedule posted Tue 01/15/2019 08:47 AM by Linda Chojnicki,
    Western New England University's Academic Schedule Controller.