Proposed Courses for 2015-16

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African/African American Studies (AFAM)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AFAM210 Prophecy, Social Criticism, JeremiadK. WolfeLEIG 3304,5c25
DANC301 Contemp Styles and Techniques-West African DanceW. McCluskyWCC 165Sat 10am-12pm25
ECON240 Microeconomics of DevelopmentF. BhuiyanWILL 2053a25
EDUC225 Issues in Urban EducationA ChikkaturWILL 2112,3c25
ENGL117 00African American LiteratureK. OwusuLAIR 2114a25
ENGL350 00The Postcolonial NovelA. ChakladarLAIR 2125a20
HIST100 1Age of ElizabethS. OttawayLIBR 3442a15
HIST100 2American Antebellum SlaveryH WilliamsLEIG 2021a15
HIST121 American Social History from 1865-1945H. WilliamsLEIG 3303a30
HIST214 Rethinking the American Civil WarC. ClarkLEIG 2025a25
MUSC130 History of JazzA. FloryMUSI 1032,3c30
MUSC132 Golden Age of R&BA. FloryMUSI 1034,5c24
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
POSC266 Urban Political EconomyR. KeiserLIBR 3445a25
SOAN100 Working Across our LivesA. NierobiszLEIG 3034a15
SOAN272 Race and EthnicityD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AFAM398 African and African American Studies CapstoneP. Feldman-SavelsbergTBA15
EDUC245 History of American School ReformJ. SnyderWILL 2114,5c25
EDUC340 Race,Immigratn&Urban SchA ChikkaturWILL 1144,5c15
ENGL258 00Contemp Amer Playwrights-ColorN. ChoLAIR 2114,5c25
ENGL352 00Toni Morrison: NovelistK. OwusuLAIR 2123a20
HIST184 Colonial West AfricaT WillisLEIG 4265a30
HIST280 Africans in the Arab WorldT WillisLEIG 4263a25
MUSC126 America's MusicM. RussellMUSI 1032a30
MUSC136 History of RockA. FloryMUSI 1035a24
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
RELG227 Liberation TheologiesLPearsonLEIG 2364,5c25
RELG262 Islamic AfricaNSalomonLIBR 3055a25
SOAN256 Africa: Representation and ConflictP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 4022,3c25

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ENGL238 00African Literature in EnglishK. OwusuLAIR 2124a25
FREN308 France & African ImaginationC. Keita4a
HIST125 African American History IH WilliamsLEIG 3302a30
HIST181 W Africa in the Era of the Slave TradeT WillisLEIG 4265a30
HIST229 Working With GenderA IgraLEIG 2025,6c25
PSYC384 Psychology of PrejudiceS. AkimotoOLIN 1032,3c15
SOAN225 Social MovementsD. WilliamsLEIG 3304a25
SOAN395 Ethnography of ReproductionP Feldman-Savelsberg2,3c

American Studies (AMST)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AMST115 Intro to AMSTN. ChoLAIR 2112a25
AMST399 Senior Seminar-E. McKinseyLAIR 2045a15
ARTH247 Architecture Since 1950R ElflineBOLI 1614,5c
ECON271 Economics of Natural Resources and the EnvironmentA. SwobodaLEIG 3044a25
EDUC225 Issues in Urban EducationA ChikkaturWILL 2112,3c25
ENGL117 00African American LiteratureK. OwusuLAIR 2114a25
ENGL119 00Intro to U.S. Latino/a LitA. EstillWEITZ 1322,3c25
ENGL235 00Asian American LiteratureN. ChoLAIR 2124a25
ENGL247 00The American WestM. KowalewskiLAIR 2112a25
HIST121 American Social History from 1865-1945H. WilliamsLEIG 3303a30
HIST122 U.S. Women's Hist to 1877A. IgraLEIG 3305,6c30
HIST205 American Environmental HistoryG. VrtisLEIG 2364,5c25
HIST214 Rethinking the American Civil WarC. ClarkLEIG 2025a25
MUSC130 History of JazzA. FloryMUSI 1032,3c30
MUSC132 Golden Age of R&BA. FloryMUSI 1034,5c24
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
POSC201 Lobbyists, Wonks & Soc Media: Pub Policy Making in DemocR. KeiserLIBR 3444a25
POSC231 American Foreign PolicyS. SchierWILL 2112,3c25
RELG243 Native Amer Relg FreedomMMcNallyLEIG 4024a25
SOAN272 Race and EthnicityD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AMST345 Theory and Practice in American StudiesA. EstillWCC 2314,5c15
AMST400 Integrative Exercise-essaystaffTBA
AMST400 Integrative Exercise-examStaffTBA
ECON273 Water and Western Economic DevelopmentM. KanazawaWILL 2032,3c25
ECON274 Labor EconomicsF. BhuiyanWILL 2032a25
EDUC245 History of American School ReformJ. SnyderWILL 2114,5c25
EDUC340 Race,Immigratn&Urban SchA ChikkaturWILL 1144,5c15
ENGL212 00Nineteenth-Century American LiteratureE. McKinseyLAIR 2122a25
ENGL248 00Visions of CaliforniaM. KowalewskiLEIG 4022a25
ENGL258 00Contemp Amer Playwrights-ColorN. ChoLAIR 2114,5c25
HIST123 U.S. Women's Hist Since 1877A. IgraLEIG 3302,3c30
HIST306 American WildernessG VrtisLAIR 2052,3c12
MUSC126 America's MusicM. RussellMUSI 1032a30
MUSC136 History of RockA. FloryMUSI 1035a24
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
POSC220 Politics & Political History in FilmB. AllenWCC 2334,5c25
POSC272 Constitutional Law IIK. SmithWILL 1143a25

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AMST115 00AMST IntroR Keiser/ A. EstillLEIG 4023a40
AMST230 American SublimeE. McKinseyLAIR 2044,5c
AMST240 Midwest and the American ImaginationE McKinseyLAIR 2042,3c
AMST396 Junior Research SeminarvisitorWCC 1325a15
ARTH240 Art Since 1945R ElflineBOLI 1612a
ARTH245 Modern ArchitectureB JarmanBOLI 1613a
CAMS225 Film NoirC. DonelanWCC 1324,5c25
ECON275 Law and EconomicsJ. BourneWILL 2032,3c25
ENGL332 00Faulkner, Hemingway, FitzgrldM. KowalewskiLIBR 3442a20
HIST125 African American History IH WilliamsLEIG 3302a30
HIST229 Working With GenderA IgraLEIG 2025,6c25
HIST324 The Concord IntellectualsH. WilliamsLEIG 2024a15
POSC212 Environmental JusticeK. SmithWILL 2113a25
POSC286 The Vietnam War with Reflections on Iraq & AfghanistanB. LevinLEIG 3044,5c25
PSYC384 Psychology of PrejudiceS. AkimotoOLIN 1032,3c15
RELG130 Native American ReligionsMMcNallyLEIG 4023a30
RELG289 Global Religions in MinnesotaSSippyLEIG 3304,5c25
SOAN202 Girls Gone BadA. NierobiszLEIG 2365a25
SOAN225 Social MovementsD. WilliamsLEIG 3304a25

Studio Art (ARTS)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTS110 Observational DrawingD BruggemanWCC 242TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM20
ARTS141 Experimental PhotographyL RossiBOLI 130TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM
ARTS213 Elaborating on Perception - Drawing Part 1D BruggemanWCC 242TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM18
ARTS230.01 Ceramics: ThrowingK ConnoleBOLI 046MW 08:30AM 11:00AM15
ARTS230.02 Ceramics: ThrowingK ConnoleBOLI 046MW 12:30PM 03:00PM15
ARTS240 Intro-Film & Digital PhotoLRossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10
ARTS251 MetalsmithingD SaathoffBOLI 044TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM12
ARTS360 Advanced Painting & DrawingD LefkowitzBOLI 162MW 12:30PM 03:00PM16

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTS110 Observational DrawingD LefkowitzWCC 242TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM22
ARTS122 Introduction to SculptureS MohringBOLI 020TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM12
ARTS141 Experimental PhotographyL RossiBOLI 130TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM10
ARTS210 Life DrawingD BruggemanWCC 242MW 12:30PM 03:00PM20
ARTS214 Elaborating on Perception: Part 2 Investigation/Portfolio BuildingD BruggemanWCC 242MW 08:30AM 11:00AM18
ARTS232 Ceramics: HandbuildingTBABOLI 046MW 12:30PM 03:00PM15
ARTS260 PaintingD LefkowitzBOLI 160TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM12
ARTS274 PrintmakingF HagstromBOLI 032MW 12:30PM 03:00PM12
ARTS339 Adv Photo: Digital ImagingL RossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTS110.01 Observational DrawingD BruggemanWCC 242MW 08:30AM 11:00AM18
ARTS110.02 Observational DrawingEJensenWCC 242TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM
ARTS113.01 Field DrawingD BruggemanWCC 242MW 12:30PM 03:00PM18
ARTS113.02 Field DrawingE JensenWCC 242TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM18
ARTS122 Intro to SculptureS MohringBOLI 020TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM15
ARTS140 The Digital LandscapeL RossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10
ARTS252 Metalsmithing Casting & ColorD SaathoffBOLI 044TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM12
ARTS260 PaintingD LefkowitzBOLI 162MW 08:30AM 11:00AM12
ARTS298 Critical Issues in the ArtsD LefkowitzBOLI 104MW 12:30PM 03:00PM
ARTS327 Advanced Woodworking- The TableS MohringBOLI 020TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM15
ARTS330 Advanced CeramicsTBABOLI 046MW 08:30AM 11:00AM15
ARTS374 Advanced PrintmakingF HagstromBOLI 032TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM12

Asian Studies (ASST)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH165 Japanese ArtK RyorBOLI 1612,3c
ASST400 Integrative ExerciseTBA
CHIN101 01Elementary ChineseS. GuoLDC 3301MF16
CHIN101 02Elementary ChineseS. GuoLDC 3302MF16
CHIN204 01Intermediate ChineseStaffLDC 2443MF16
CHIN204 02Intermediate ChineseStaffLDC 2444MF16
CHIN248 Structure of ChineseM. Hansell4,5c25
ECON240 Microeconomics of DevelopmentF. BhuiyanWILL 2053a25
HIST100 4Confucius and His CriticsS. YoonLEIG 3032,3c15
HIST254 Colonialism in East AsiaS YoonLEIG 2024,5c25
HIST298 Junior ColloquiumA FisherLEIG 2025a15
JAPN101 01Elementary JapaneseM. KagaLDC 2021MF16
JAPN101 02Elementary JapaneseM. KagaLDC 2024MF16
JAPN204 01Intermediate JapaneseStaffLDC 3023MF16
JAPN204 02Intermediate JapaneseStaffLDC 3024MF16
POSC170 Intl Reltns & World PoliticsH. Bou NassifWEITZ 2332a30
POSC230 Methods of Political ResearchK. FreezeWEITZ 2351,2c18
POSC248 The U.S.-China RelationshipB. LevinLEIG 3045,6c25
RELG153 Hist of East Asian ReligionsASangoLEIG 4265a25
SOAN330 Sociological Thought & TheoryB. FullerLDC 3302a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH164 Buddhist ArtK RyorBOLI 1612,3c
ARTH220 Gender&Genre:Japanese PrintsK RyorBOLI 1614,5c
ARTH298 Seminar for Art History MajorsR ElfineBOLI 1614a
ASST400 Integrative ExerciseTBA
CAMS330 Cinema Studies Topics SeminarC. DonelanWCC 1323a15
CHIN102 01Elementary ChineseM. HansellLDC 3301MF16
CHIN102 02Elementary ChineseM. HansellLDC 3302MF16
CHIN205 01Intermediate ChineseStaffLDC 2443MF16
CHIN205 02Intermediate ChineseStaffLDC 2444MF16
ECON241 Growth and DevelopmentS. FriedWILL 2052a25
ENGL395 00Narrative NecessityS. Jaret McKinstryLAIR 2062,3c15
HIST259 Women in South AsiaAmna KhalidLEIG 2364a25
HIST298 Junior ColloquiumW NorthLEIG 2025a15
JAPN102 Elementary JapaneseN. TomonariLDC 2021MF16
JAPN102 Elementary JapaneseN. TomonariLDC 2024MF16
JAPN205 01Intermediate JapaneseStaffLDC 3023MF16
JAPN205 02Intermediate JapaneseStaffLDC 3024MF16
POSC170 01Intl Reltns & World PoliticsT. MyintWILL 2112a30
POSC230 Methods of Political ResearchG. MarfleetWILL 1144,5c30
POSC237 Southeast Asian PoliticsT. MyintWILL 2055a25
POSC264 Pol of Contemporary ChinaK. FreezeWILL 2052a25
RELG122 Introduction to IslamNSalomonWEITZ 2302a25
RELG287 Many MarysKBloomerLIBR 3445a25
RELG300 Theories & Methods in Stdy of ReligionMMcNallyLEIG 3012,3c15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ASST284 Hist and Culture of JapanM. FlynnTBA
ASST400 Integrative ExerciseTBA
CHIN103 01Elementary ChineseS. Guo, StaffLDC 3301MF16
CHIN103 02Elementary ChineseS. Guo, StaffLDC 3302MF16
CHIN115 Taoist Way-Hlth&Longvty:TaichiQ. ZhaoLDC 1044,5c30
CHIN206 Chinese in Cultural ContextStaffLDC 3353a25
CHIN360 Classical ChineseQ. ZhaoLDC 2022,3c20
ENGL251 00Contemporary Indian FictionA. ChakladarLAIR 2113a25
HIST153 History of Modern ChinaS YoonLEIG 4262,3c30
HIST161 History of Modern India, c. 1700-1947Amna KhalidLEIG 4264a30
JAPN103 1Elementary JapaneseM. KagaLDC 2021MF16
JAPN103 2Elementary JapaneseM. KagaLDC 2024MF16
JAPN206 Japanese in Cultural ContextStaffLDC 3023a20
POSC247 Comparative NationalismD. GuptaWILL 2054,5c25
POSC286 The Vietnam War with Reflections on Iraq & AfghanistanB. LevinLEIG 3044,5c25
RELG150 Religions of South AsiaKBloomerLEIG 4263a30
RELG254 Zen BuddhismPGregory4,5c25
RELG264 Islamic PoliticsNSalomonWEITZ 2302a25
RELG289 Global Religions in MinnesotaSSippyLEIG 3304,5c25
SOAN257 Culture & Pol in IndiaM. Seehgal2,3c25

Biology (BIOL)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL125 00Genes, Evolution & Development with Problem SolvingD Walser-Kuntz/ B. Jacques-FrickeOLIN 1492a60
BIOL125L 53Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryS. DeelHUL 103W 02:00PM 06:00PM20
BIOL125L 54Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL125L 59Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL252 00Environ Animal PhysiologyM. RandWEITZ 2303a20
BIOL253 00Environmental Physiology LabM. RandHUL 106TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL280 00Cell BiologyR. MitraOLIN 042a40
BIOL281 01Cell Biology LaboratoryR. MitraHUL 218T 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL281 02Cell Biology LaboratoryR. MitraHUL 218TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL321 00Ecosystems EcologyD. HernandezLEIG 2362,3c20
BIOL322 01Ecosystem Ecology LaboratoryD. HernandezHUL 118TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL350 00EvolutionM. McKoneOLIN 1414a40
BIOL380 00BiochemistryStaffOLIN 1412a40
BIOL381 01Biochemistry LaboratoryStaffHUL 215T 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.20
BIOL381 02Biochemistry LaboratoryStaffHUL 215TH 1:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.20
BIOL389 00Evolutionary Developmental Biology*A. KalisOLIN 1015a15
BIOL395 00Research Experience Seminar in BiologyS. DeelOLIN 021,2c15
BIOL399 00Critical Reading and Analysis of Primary LiteratureStaffTBA40
BIOL400 00Integrative ExerciseStaffOLIN 141M, 3:15-4:45pm40

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL101 00Human Reproduction & SexualityM. RandCMC 2094,5c30
BIOL125 00Genes, Evolution & DevelopmentM. McKone/S. ZweifelOLIN 1493a100
BIOL125L 52Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103T 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL125L 53Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103W 02:00PM 06:00PM20
BIOL125L 54Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL125L 57Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryS. DeelHUL 103T 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL125L 59Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL126 00Energy Flow Biol SystemEnergy Flow in Biological SystemsD. Hougen-Eitzman/R. MitraOLIN 1492a60
BIOL126L 52Energy Flow in Biological Systems LaboratoryD. Hougen-EitzmanHUL 118T 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL126L 53Energy Flow in Biological Systems LaboratoryA. BosackerHUL 118W 02:00PM 06:00PM20
BIOL126L 54Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryR. MitraHUL 118TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL210 00Global ChangeStaffOLIN 1412,3c48
BIOL212 00Biology Field Studies&ResearchM.McKone/N. Brakeroff-campus25
BIOL240 00GeneticsA. KalisLEIG 3053a40
BIOL241 01Genetics LaboratoryA. KalisHUL 206T 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.20
BIOL241 02Genetics LaboratoryA. KalisHUL 206TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL248 00Behavioral EcologyA. BosackerLEIG 2364a30
BIOL250 00Marine BiologyG. Wagenbachoff-campus25
BIOL307 00Evolutionary Ecology of Australia and New ZealandM. McKoneoff-campus25
BIOL310 00ImmunologyD. Walser-KuntzOLIN 042a30
BIOL311 01Immunology LaboratoryD. Walser-KuntzHUL 218TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL332 00Human PhysiologyB. Jacques-FrickeOLIN 1413a54
BIOL333 01Human Physiology LaboratoryB. Jacques-FrickeHUL 215T 01:00PM 05:00PM18
BIOL333 02Human Physiology LaboratoryB. Jacques-FrickeHUL 215TH 08:00AM 12:00PM18
BIOL333 03Human Physiology LaboratoryB. Jacques-FrickeHUL 215W 02:00PM 06:00PM18
BIOL379 00Behavioral Genetics*M. Rand/S. ZweifelOLIN 022,3c15
BIOL399 00Critical Reading and Analysis of Primary LiteratureStaffTBA40
BIOL400 00Integrative ExerciseStaffOLIN 141M, 3:15-4:45pm40

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL126 00Energy Flow in Biological SystemsRand/HernandezOLIN 1493a80
BIOL126L 52Energy Flow in Biological Systems LaboratoryA. BosackerHUL 118T 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL126L 53Energy Flow in Biological Systems LaboratoryStaffHUL 118W 02:00PM 06:00PM20
BIOL126L 54Energy Flow in Biological Systems LaboratoryStaffHUL 118TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL126L 59Energy Flow in Biological Systems LaboratoryStaffHUL 118TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL240 00GeneticsS. ZweifelLEIG 3054a40
BIOL241 01Genetics LaboratoryS. ZweifelHUL 203T 1:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.20
BIOL241 02Genetics LaboratoryS. ZweifelHUL 203TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL342 00Animal Developmental BiologyA. KalisOLIN 043a20
BIOL343 01Animal Developmental Biology LaboratoryA. KalisHUL 206TH 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.16
BIOL352 00Population EcologyM. McKoneOLIN 023a20
BIOL353 01Population Ecology LaboratoryM. McKoneHUL 115TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL354 00Sem in Human Cutaneous BiologyC. CrutchfieldOLIN 02W, 03:10PM-06:00PM15
BIOL374 00Grassland Ecology*D. HernandezWCC 2302,3c15
BIOL385 00Microbial Pathology*R. MitraOLIN 042,3c15
BIOL386 00NeurobiologyB. Jacques-FrickeOLIN 044a18
BIOL387 52Neurobiology LaboratoryB. Jacques-FrickeHUL 215T 01:00PM 05:00PM18
BIOL399 00Critical Reading and Analysis of Primary LiteratureStaffTBA40
BIOL400 00Integrative ExerciseStaffOLIN 141M, 3:15-4:45pm40

Cinema and Media Studies (CAMS)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTS141 Experimental PhotographyL RossiBOLI 130TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM
ARTS240 Intro-Film & Digital PhotoLRossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10
CAMS100 First Year SeminarL. JimsenWCC 1365a15
CAMS110 Intro to Cinema & Media StdsJ. BeckWCC 1332,3c30
CAMS111 01Digital FoundationsJ. SchottWCC 1382,3c15
CAMS111 02Digital FoundationsR. KeagyWCC 1384,5c15
CAMS211 Film History IIC. DonelanWCC 1324,5c25
CAMS242 Sound&Music in TV & New MediaR. RodmanWCC 1322,3c25
CAMS270 Nonfiction Video ProductionL. JimsenWCC 2315,6c15
CAMS279 ScreenwritingM. ElyanowWCC 1361,2c18
CAMS350 Visual Studies Topics SeminarJ. SchottWCC 1366a15
ENGL247 00The American WestM. KowalewskiLAIR 2112a25
SOAN204 Media & SocietyB. FullerLEIG 3305a25
SPAN320 New Spanish VoicesP. Alvarez Blanco4a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTS141 Experimental PhotographyL RossiBOLI 130TTH 09:00AM 11:30AM10
ARTS339 Adv Photo: Digital ImagingL RossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10
CAMS110 Intro to Cinema & Media StdsC. DonelanWCC 1322,3c30
CAMS111 01Digital FoundationsL. JimsenWCC 1382,3c15
CAMS111 02Digital FoundationsR. KeagyWCC 1385,6c15
CAMS214 Film History IIIJ. BeckWCC 1334,5c25
CAMS243 Film Sound StudiesJ. BeckWCC 1334a25
CAMS271 Fiction Video ProductionL. JimsenWCC 2315,6c15
CAMS273 Digital EditingR. KeagyWCC 1382,3c15
CAMS277 Studio ProductionP. HagerWCC 1364,5c15
CAMS330 Cinema Studies Topics SeminarC. DonelanWCC 1323a15
ENGL248 00Visions of CaliforniaM. KowalewskiLEIG 4022a25
POSC220 Politics & Political History in FilmB. AllenWCC 2334,5c25

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH240 Art Since 1945R ElflineBOLI 1612a
ARTH286 Legacies of the Avant-GardeR ElflineBOLI 1614a
ARTS140 The Digital LandscapeL RossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10
CAMS111 01Digital FoundationsC. CornejoWCC 1382,3c15
CAMS111 02Digital FoundationsP. HagerWCC 1321,2c15
CAMS212 Contemporary Spanish CinemaJ. BeckWCC 1333a25
CAMS225 Film NoirC. DonelanWCC 1324,5c25
CAMS236 Israeli Society in Israeli CinemaS. BeckwithWCC 1334a25
CAMS236F Israeli Society in Israeli Cinema - FLAC Hebrew TrailerS. BeckwithWCC 133TH 1:15-2:2025
CAMS245 The Essay FilmC. CornejoWCC 1364,5c15
CAMS283 Site Specific MediaJ. SchottWCC 1332,3c15
CAMS284 Digital Photography WorkshopJ. SchottWCC 1385,6c15
CAMS320 Sound Studies Topics SeminarJ. BeckWCC 1365a15
CAMS370 Adv Production WorkshopL. JimsenWCC 1365,6c15
FREN248 07Representations of Islam in FranceS. CarpenterTBA25
SPAN244 Spain Today-Recent Changes through Narrative and FilmP. Alvarez Blanco4a

Cross Cultural Studies (CCST)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL321 00Ecosystems EcologyD. HernandezLEIG 2362,3c20
CCST100 1Growing Up Cross-CulturallyS. CoxWCC 2335a15
CCST100 2Cross Cultural Perspectives on Israeli and Palestinian IdentityS. Beckwith2a15
CCST208 International Coffee and NewsL. BattagliniW 03:10PM 04:20PM
ENGL119 00Intro to U.S. Latino/a LitA. EstillWEITZ 1322,3c25
ENGL235 00Asian American LiteratureN. ChoLAIR 2124a25
HIST232 Renaiss Worlds-France&ItalyV MorseWEITZ 2313a25
HIST233 Byzantium:850-1453W. NorthLEIG 4021a30
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipD. GuptaLEIG 3042a35
POSC358 Comparative Social Movements*D. GuptaWCC 136MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
PSYC248 Cross-Cultural PsychologyS. AkimotoOLIN 1025,6c25
RELG243 Native Amer Relg FreedomMMcNallyLEIG 4024a25
SPAN220 Magical Realism-Ltam NarrB. Boling2a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH164 Buddhist ArtK RyorBOLI 1612,3c
BIOL210 00Global ChangeStaffOLIN 1412,3c48
BIOL212 00Biology Field Studies&ResearchM.McKone/N. Brakeroff-campus25
CCST270 Creative Travel Writing WrkspS. CarpenterTBA16
CCST275 I'm a Stranger Here MyselfEva PosfayWCC 2304a25
ECON281 International FinanceP. SeneviratneWILL 2055a25
ENGL258 00Contemp Amer Playwrights-ColorN. ChoLAIR 2114,5c25
ENTS215 Environmental EthicsK SmithLEIG 2365a25
HIST170 Mdn Latn America 1810-presentA FisherLEIG 3042a30
HIST259 Women in South AsiaAmna KhalidLEIG 2364a25
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipD. GuptaWILL 2113a35
POSC259 Justice Among NationsL. CooperWEITZ 1364,5c15
POSC265 Capitalist Crises, Power & PolicyK. FreezeWILL 2051a25
SOAN256 Africa: Representation and ConflictP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 4022,3c25
SOAN262 Anthro of Health and IllnessP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 2364,5c25
SPAN242 Intro to Latin American LitS. Lopez5a

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL352 00Population EcologyM. McKoneOLIN 023a20
ENGL238 00African Literature in EnglishK. OwusuLAIR 2124a25
FREN249/349 07Hybrid ParisS. CarpenterTBA25
LTAM300 Issues - Latin America StudiesS. Lopez4,5c
PSYC384 Psychology of PrejudiceS. AkimotoOLIN 1032,3c15
RELG121 Introduction to ChristianityLPearsonLEIG 3054a30
RELG130 Native American ReligionsMMcNallyLEIG 4023a30
RELG150 Religions of South AsiaKBloomerLEIG 4263a30
SOAN250 Ethnography of Latin AmericaC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4265,6c25

Cognitive Science (CGSC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CGSC100 How We Make Imprtnt DecsnsK. GalottiOLIN 1032a15
CGSC130 Intro to Cognitive ScienceJ. LondonTBA3a30
CS322 Natural Language ProcessingA. ExleyWCC 2353a34
EDUC234 Educational PsychologyD. ApplemanWILL 1144,5c25
LING115 Intro to the Theory of SyntaxC. UsseryGOOD 033a20
LING217 Phonetics & PhonologyM. FlynnGOOD 034,5c25
LING265 Language and BrainM. FlynnGOOD 034a25
LING340 SemanticsC. UsseryGOOD 035a15
PHIL100 UtopiasAMoltchanovaLEIG 3034,5c15
PHIL100 Family Values: The Ethics of Being a FamilyDGrollLEIG 3032a15
PHIL100 Intro to PhilosophyStaffLEIG 3043a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL379 00Behavioral Genetics*M. Rand/S. ZweifelOLIN 022,3c15
CGSC232 Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 1022a24
CGSC233 01Research-Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 11M 02:00PM 05:00PM12
CGSC233 02Research-Cognitive ProcessesK.GalottiOLIN 11T 02:00PM 05:00PM12
CGSC400 01Integrative ExerciseK. GalottiTBA
LING216 Generative Approaches to SyntaxC. UsseryGOOD 035a25
LING325 Syntax of an Unfamiliar LanguageC FortinGOOD 034a
PHIL100 Intro to PhilosophyStaffLEIG 2022a15
PHIL112 Mind, Matter, ConsciousnessAMoltchanovaLEIG 3042a15
PHIL210 LogicJDeckerLEIG 3044,5c
PSYC216 Behavioral NeuroscienceS. MeertsWCC 2352,3c25
PSYC362 Psychology of Spoken WordsJ. StrandOLIN 1032,3c15
PSYC371 Evol & Devel Trends-CognitionJ. NeiworthOLIN 1024,5c15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL386 00NeurobiologyB. Jacques-FrickeOLIN 044a18
CGSC400 01Integrative ExerciseK. GalottiTBA
LING115 Intro to the Theory of SyntaxC UsseryGOOD 034a20
LING285 Ling of Japn Writing SystemM. FlynnOCS-Kyoto Japan
PHIL223 Philosophy of LanguageJDeckerLEIG 3046a25
PSYC238 Memory ProcessesM. Van Der WegeWCC 2353a25
PSYC250 Developmental PsychologyK.GalottiOLIN 022a25
PSYC267 Clinical NeuroscienceL. WichlinskiOLIN 1025a25

Chemistry (CHEM)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CHEM122 An Introduction to ChemistryR. SteedOLIN 021a30
CHEM123 Principles of ChemistryStaffOLIN 1411a48
CHEM123L 52LaboratoryStaffMUDD 260T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
CHEM123L 57LaboratoryStaffMUDD 260T 08:00AM 12:00PM24
CHEM230 Equilibrium and AnalysisS. DrewOLIN 041a42
CHEM230L 54LaboratoryS. DrewMUDD 268TH 01:00PM 05:00PM21
CHEM230L 59LaboratoryS. DrewMUDD 268TH 08:00AM 12:00PM21
CHEM233 1Organic Chemistry ID. AlbergOLIN 1493a44
CHEM233 2Organic Chemistry IG. HofmeisterOLIN 1494a44
CHEM233 57LaboratoryD. AlbergMUDD 266T 08:00AM 12:00PM22
CHEM233L 52LaboratoryD. AlbergMUDD 266T 01:00PM 05:00PM22
CHEM233L 54LaboratoryG. HofmeisterMUDD 267TH 01:00PM 05:00PM22
CHEM233L 59LaboratoryG. HofmeisterMUDD 267TH 08:00AM 12:00PM22
CHEM301 1Chemical Kinetics LaboratoryW. HollingsworthT 08:15AM 10:00AM; T 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM301 2Chemical Kinetics LaboratoryW. HollingsworthT 08:15AM 10:00AM; TH 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM301 3Chemical Kinetics LaboratoryR. SteedT 08:15AM 10:00AM; T 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM301 4Chemical Kinetics LaboratoryR. SteedT 08:15AM 10:00AM; TH 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM343 Chemical ThermodynamicsW. HollingsworthOLIN 044a40
CHEM358 Organometallic ChemistryM. WhitedOLIN 1012a15
CHEM394 Student-Faculty ResearchStaffTBA25

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CHEM123 1Principles of ChemistryM. WhitedOLIN 043a48
CHEM123 2Principles of Chemistry-Problem SolvingR. SteedOLIN 1013a24
CHEM123L 52LaboratoryM. WhitedMUDD 260T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
CHEM123L 54LaboratoryR. SteedMUDD 260TH 01:00PM 05:00PM24
CHEM123L 57LaboratoryM. WhitedMUDD 260T 08:00AM 12:00PM24
CHEM233 Organic Chemistry IG. HofmeisterOLIN 1412a44
CHEM233L 54LaboratoryG. HofmeisterMUDD 266TH 01:00PM 05:00PM22
CHEM233L 59LaboratoryG. HofmeisterMUDD 266TH 08:00AM 12:00PM22
CHEM234 Organic Chemistry IIStaffOLIN 1494a44
CHEM234L 52LaboratoryStaffMUDD 267T 01:00PM 05:00PM22
CHEM234L 57LaboratoryStaffMUDD 267T 08:00AM 12:00PM22
CHEM302 1Quantum Spectroscopy LaboratoryW. HollingsworthT 08:15AM 10:00AM; T 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM302 2Quantum Spectroscopy LaboratoryW. HollingsworthT 08:15AM 10:00AM; TH 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM302 3Quantum Spectroscopy LaboratoryM. CassT 08:15AM 10:00AM; T 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM302 4Quantum Spectroscopy LaboratoryM. CassT 08:15AM 10:00AM; TH 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM330 Instrumental Chemical AnalysisS. Drew, D. GrossOLIN 1012a16
CHEM331 1Instrumental Chemical Analysis LaboratoryS. Drew, D. GrossMUDD 268TH 08:00AM 12:00PM8
CHEM331 2Instrumental Chemical Analysis LaboratoryS. Drew, D. GrossMUDD 268TH 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM344 Quantum ChemistryT. FerrettOLIN 023a40
CHEM359 Molecular Orbital TheoryM. CassOLIN 1034a15
CHEM394 Student-Faculty ResearchStaffTBA25
CHEM400 1Integrative ExerciseStaffTBA8
CHEM400 2Integrative ExerciseG. Hofmeister, M. WhitedOLIN 1035a8
CHEM400 3Integrative ExerciseT. Ferrett, R. SteedLAIR 2065a8
CHEM400 4Integrative ExerciseM. CassCMC 3285a8

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CHEM128 Principles of Environmental ChemistryW. HollingsworthOLIN 1414a48
CHEM128L 54LaboratoryW. HollingsworthMUDD 260TH 01:00PM 05:00PM24
CHEM128L 59LaboratoryW. HollingsworthMUDD 260TH 08:00AM 12:00PM24
CHEM230 Equilibrium and AnalysisS. DrewOLIN 1491a63
CHEM230L 52LaboratoryD. GrossMUDD 268T 01:00PM 05:00PM21
CHEM230L 54LaboratoryD. GrossMUDD 268TH 01:00PM 05:00PM21
CHEM230L 59LaboratoryD. GrossMUDD 268TH 08:00AM 12:00PM21
CHEM234 Organic Chemistry IIStaffOLIN 1492a44
CHEM234L 52LaboratoryStaffMUDD 267T 01:00PM 05:00PM22
CHEM234L 57LaboratoryStaffMUDD 267T 08:00AM 12:00PM22
CHEM306 1Spectroscopic Characterization of Chemical CompoundsG. Hofmeister1a and T 1:00-5:0010
CHEM306 2Spectroscopic Characterization of Chemical CompoundsG. HofmeisterMW 08:30AM 09:40AM; TH 01:00PM 05:00PM; F 08:30AM 09:30AM10
CHEM320 Biological ChemistryR. SteedOLIN 1412a40
CHEM321 1Biological Chemistry LaboratoryR. SteedMUDD 266T 01:00PM 05:00PM8
CHEM321 2Biological Chemistry LaboratoryR. SteedMUDD 266TH 08:00AM 12:00PM8
CHEM350 Chemical and BiosynthesisD. AlbergOLIN 1033a15
CHEM351 Inorganic ChemistryM. WhitedOLIN 1014a30
CHEM352 1Laboratory in Advanced Inorganic ChemistryM. WhitedMUDD 269T 08:00AM 12:00PM6
CHEM352 2Laboratory in Advanced Inorganic ChemistryM. WhitedMUDD 269T 01:00PM 05:00PM6
CHEM352 3Laboratory in Advanced Inorganic ChemistryM. CassMUDD 265T 08:00AM 12:00PM6
CHEM352 4Laboratory in Advanced Inorganic ChemistryM. CassMUDD 265T 01:00PM 05:00PM6
CHEM362 Nanoscale ChemistryT. FerrettOLIN 1035a15
CHEM394 Student-Faculty ResearchStaffTBA25
CHEM400 1Integrative ExerciseStaffTBA8
CHEM400 2Integrative ExerciseG. Hofmeister, M. WhitedTBA8
CHEM400 3Integrative ExerciseT. Ferrett, R. SteedTBA8
CHEM400 4Integrative ExerciseM. CassTBA8

Computer Science (CS)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CS ElectiveStaffCMC 3014a34
CS111 01Introduction to Computer ScienceA. RaffertyCMC 1024a34
CS111 02Introduction to Computer ScienceStaffCMC 1022a34
CS111 03Introduction to Computer ScienceStaffCMC 1025a34
CS201 Data StructuresStaffWCC 1383a34
CS202 Math of Computer ScienceL. OesperCMC 2101a34
CS208 Computer Organization and ArchitectureS. GoingsCMC 2094a34
CS251 Programming LanguagesD. MusicantCMC 3013a34
CS252 AlgorithmsJ. OndichCMC 3191a34
CS254 Computability and ComplexityA. RaffertyCMC 2062a34
CS322 Natural Language ProcessingA. ExleyWCC 2353a34
CS331 Computer NetworksA. Csizmar DalalLAIR 2115a34
CS399 01Senior SeminarA. Csizmar DalalTBA6
CS399 02Senior SeminarA. Csizmar DalalTBA6
CS399 03Senior SeminarA. Csizmar DalalTBA6
CS399 04Senior SeminarS. GoingsTBA6
CS399 05Senior SeminarS. GoingsTBA6
CS399 06Senior SeminarS. GoingsTBA6
CS399 07Senior SeminarJ. OndichTBA6
CS399 08Senior SeminarJ. OndichTBA6
CS399 09Senior SeminarJ. OndichTBA6
CS399 10Senior SeminarA. ExleyTBA6

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CS ElectiveStaffCMC 2062a34
CS111 01Introduction to Computer ScienceA. RaffertyCMC 1023a34
CS111 02Introduction to Computer ScienceStaffCMC 1024a34
CS201 01Data StructuresA. Csizmar DalalWCC 1383a34
CS201 02Data StructuresS. GoingsCMC 1025a34
CS202 Math of Computer ScienceL. OesperCMC 2101a34
CS208 Computer Organization and ArchitectureA. ExleyCMC 2064a34
CS252 AlgorithmsStaffLEIG 3043a34
CS257 Software DesignA. Csizmar DalalWCC 2355a34
CS348 Parallel & Distributed ComputingD. MusicantCMC 3194a34
CS362 Computational BiologyL. OesperCMC 3013a34
CS400 01Integrative ExerciseA. Csizmar DalalTBA6
CS400 02Integrative ExerciseA. Csizmar DalalTBA6
CS400 03Integrative ExerciseA. Csizmar DalalTBA6
CS400 04Integrative ExerciseS. GoingsTBA6
CS400 05Integrative ExerciseS. GoingsTBA6
CS400 06Integrative ExerciseS. GoingsTBA6
CS400 07Integrative ExerciseJ. OndichTBA6
CS400 08Integrative ExerciseJ. OndichTBA6
CS400 09Integrative ExerciseJ. OndichTBA6
CS400 10Integrative ExerciseA. ExleyTBA6

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CS TBDStaffCMC 2104a34
CS111 01Introduction to Computer ScienceStaffCMC 1025a34
CS111 02Introduction to Computer ScienceA. ExleyCMC 1024a34
CS111 03Intro to Computer ScienceStaffWCC 1383a34
CS201 01Data StructuresS. GoingsWCC 1385a34
CS201 02Data StructuresL. OesperCMC 1021a34
CS202 Math of Computer ScienceL. OesperCMC 2063a34
CS251 Programming LanguagesD. MusicantWCC 2304a34
CS254 Computability and ComplexityA. RaffertyCMC 2062a34
CS257 Software DesignJ. OndichWCC 2352a34
CS328 Computational Models of CognitionA. RaffertyWCC 2355a34
CS332 Operating SystemsS. GoingsWCC 2303a34
CS338 Digital ElectronicsA. ExleyCMC 3012a15
CS338L Digital Electronics LabA. ExleyTH 08:00AM 12:00PM15

Dance (DANC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
DANC107 Ballet IJ BaderWCC 168MW 9:50-11 am20
DANC148 Modern Dance ID McCoyWCC 165TTh 930-10:4525
DANC150 Contact ImprovisationJ ShockleyWCC 165MW 12:30-1:4020
DANC200 Modern Dance II: Tech & TheoryD McCoyWCC 165TTh 10:45-11:50 am25
DANC208 Ballet IIJ BaderWCC 168MW 11:10-12:2020
DANC300 Modern Dance III: Tech & ThryJ ShockleyWCC 165MW 1:50-3:0025
DANC301 Contemp Styles and Techniques-West African DanceW. McCluskyWCC 165Sat 10am-12pm25
DANC350 Semaphore Repertory Dance CompJ Howard/J ShockleyWCC 165MW 3:30-5:30/ Th 7-9 / Sat 12-320

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
DANC107 Ballet IJ BaderWCC 168MW 9:50-11:00 am20
DANC148 Modern Dance ID McCoyWCC 165TTh 9:30-10:35 am25
DANC150 Contact ImprovisationJ ShockleyWCC 165MW 12:30-1:40 pm20
DANC200 Modern Dance II: Tech and TheoryD McCoyWCC 165TTh 10:45-11:50am25
DANC205 Winter DanceStaffWCC 165Wed 7:30-9 pm, Sat 10am to Noon20
DANC208 Ballet IIJ BaderWCC 168MW 11:10-12:2020
DANC215 Winter Dance, Student ChoreographyStaffWCC 165Wed 9-9:30 pm
DANC253 Movement for the PerformerJ ShockleyWCC 168MW 11:10-12:2025
DANC268 The Body as ChoreographerJ HowardWCC 1654,5c20
DANC300 Modern Dance III: Tech & ThryJ ShockleyWCC 165MW 1:50-3pm25
DANC350 Semaphore Repertory Dance Co.J Howard / J ShockleyWCC 165MW 3:30-5:30, Th 7-9 pm, Sat 12-320

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
DANC107 Ballet IJ BaderWCC 168M W 9:50-11am20
DANC147 Moving AnatomyJ ShockleyWCC 165MW 12:30-1:40 pm20
DANC148 Modern Dance ID McCoyWCC 165TTh 9:30-10:35 am25
DANC190 Fields of PerformanceJ HowardWCC 1654,5c20
DANC200 Modern Dance II: Tech & TheoryD McCoyWCC 165TTh 10:45-11:50 am25
DANC206 Spring DanceJ Howard/J ShockleyWCC 165Mon 4:10-5:30
DANC208 Ballet IIJ BaderWCC 168MW 11:10-12:2020
DANC300 Modern Dance III: Tech & ThryJ ShockleyWCC 165MW 1:50-3:0025
DANC309 Ballet IIIJ BaderWCC 168MW 12:30-1:4020
DANC350 Semaphore Repertory Dance CompJ Howard/J ShockleyWCC 165MW 3:30-5:30/Th 7-9/Sat 12-320

Economics (ECON)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ECON110 1Principles of MacroeconomicsS FriedWILL 2112a30
ECON110 2Principles of MacroeconomicsB. KeeferWILL 2034a30
ECON111 1Principles of MicroeconomicsN. GraweWILL 2055,6c30
ECON111 2Principles of MicroeconomicsP. SeneviratneWILL 2033a30
ECON111 3Principles of MicroeconomicsF. BhuiyanWILL 2031a30
ECON240 Microeconomics of DevelopmentF. BhuiyanWILL 2053a25
ECON268 Econ-Cost Benefit AnalysisA. SwobodaLEIG 2362a25
ECON271 Economics of Natural Resources and the EnvironmentA. SwobodaLEIG 3044a25
ECON278 Industrial Organization & Firm BehaviorN. GraweWILL 2052,3c25
ECON280 International TradeP. SeneviratneWILL 2035a25
ECON329 EconometricsM. KanazawaWILL 2055a15
ECON330 Intermediate Price TheoryJ. BourneWILL 2034,5c15
ECON395 1Advanced Topics in MacroeconomicsB. KeeferWILL 1143a10
ECON395 2Advanced Topics in Economics of SportsM. KanazawaWILL 2054,5c10
ECON395 3Advanced Topics in Labor EconomicsJ. BourneWILL 1142,3c10
ECON400 4Integrative Exercise (exam)N. GraweTBATBA15

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ECON110 1Principles of MacroeconomicsS. FriedWILL 2034a30
ECON110 2Principles of MacroeconomicsB. DalgaardWILL 2052,3c30
ECON110 3Principles of MacroeconomicsM. PaasWILL 2111a30
ECON111 1Principles of MicroeconomicsA. SwobodaLEIG 2362a30
ECON111 2Principles of MicroeconomicsF. BhuiyanWILL 2035a30
ECON111 3Principles of MicroeconomicsP. SeneviratneWILL 2033a30
ECON233 European Economic HistoryM. PaasSAYL 2533a25
ECON241 Growth and DevelopmentS. FriedWILL 2052a25
ECON263 Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Economic PerformanceB. DalgaardWILL 2054,5c25
ECON264 Health Care EconomicsN. GraweWILL 2111,2c25
ECON273 Water and Western Economic DevelopmentM. KanazawaWILL 2032,3c25
ECON274 Labor EconomicsF. BhuiyanWILL 2032a25
ECON281 International FinanceP. SeneviratneWILL 2055a25
ECON330 Intermediate Price TheoryJ. BourneWILL 2034,5c15
ECON331 Intermediate Macro TheoryB. KeeferWILL 1144a15
ECON400 1Integrative Exercise - MacroeconomicsB. KeeferTBA15
ECON400 2Integrative Exercise - Economics of SportsM. KanazawaTBA15
ECON400 3Integrative Exercise -Labor EconomicsJ. BourneTBA15
ECON400 4Integrative Exercise (exam)N. GraweTBATBA15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ECON110 1Principles of MacroeconomicsN. GraweWILL 2111a30
ECON110 2Principles of MacroeconomicsS. FriedWILL 2054a30
ECON110 3Principles of MacroeconomicsB. DalgaardWILL 2054,5c30
ECON111 1Principles of MicroeconomicsA. SwobodaLEIG 3045a30
ECON111 2Principles of MicroeconomicsF. BhuiyanWILL 2053a30
ECON111 3Principles of MicroeconomicsJ. BourneWILL 2032,3c30
ECON269 Economics of Climate ChangeS FriedWILL 2052a25
ECON275 Law and EconomicsJ. BourneWILL 2032,3c25
ECON276 Money and BankingB. DalgaardWILL 2051,2c25
ECON282 Investment FinanceB. KeeferWILL 2032a25
ECON284 Inequality in an Interconnected WorldP. SeneviratneWILL 1145a25
ECON329 EconometricsM. KanazawaWILL 2054,5c15
ECON331 Intermediate Macro TheoryB. KeeferWILL 2034a15
ECON400 1Integrative Exercise - MacroeconomicsB. KeeferTBA15
ECON400 2Integrative Exercise - Economics of SportsM. KanazawaTBA15
ECON400 3Integrative Exercise -Labor EconomicsJ. BourneTBA15
ECON400 4Integrative Exercise (exam)N. GraweTBAOther15

Educational Studies (EDUC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
EDUC100 Will This Be on the Test? Standardized Testing and American EducationJ. SnyderWILL 1142a15
EDUC110 Intro to Educational StudiesJ. SnyderWILL 2114a25
EDUC225 Issues in Urban EducationA ChikkaturWILL 2112,3c25
EDUC234 Educational PsychologyD. ApplemanWILL 1144,5c25
EDUC355 Student TeachingD. ApplemanWILL 102TBA15
EDUC356 Student TeachingD. ApplemanWILL 102TBA15
EDUC375 Issues in Science Education: Policies and PraxisE. McDonaldMUDD 66W 12:30PM 01:40PM20
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
SOAN272 Race and EthnicityD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CGSC232 Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 1022a24
EDUC110 Intro to Educational StudiesA. ChikkaturWILL 2112,3c25
EDUC245 History of American School ReformJ. SnyderWILL 2114,5c25
EDUC338 Multicultural EducationJ. SnyderWILL 1142,3c20
EDUC340 Race,Immigratn&Urban SchA ChikkaturWILL 1144,5c15
EDUC347 Methods of Teaching ScienceE. McDonaldOLIN 1422a20
EDUC375 Issues in Science Education: Policies and PraxisE. McDonaldOLIN 103W 12:30PM 01:40PM20
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
EDUC110 Intro to Educational StudiesStaffWILL 2112,3c25
EDUC254 Teaching Exceptional StudentsA. LemingWILL 2034,5c15
EDUC338 Multicultural EducationA. ChikkaturWILL 1142a20
EDUC375 Issues in Science Education: Policies and PraxisE. McDonaldMUDD 66W 12:30PM 01:40PM20
EDUC385 Schooling and CommunityC. OehmkeWILL 102Tuesdays 3:15-5:3015
EDUC386 Teaching Reading in the Content AreaC. OehmkeWILL 102Tuesdays 3:15-5:3015
EDUC395 Senior SeminarD. ApplemanWILL 114MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
HIST125 African American History IH WilliamsLEIG 3302a30
PSYC250 Developmental PsychologyK.GalottiOLIN 022a25
PSYC384 Psychology of PrejudiceS. AkimotoOLIN 1032,3c15

English (ENGL)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ENGL100 01Literature and ScienceP. BalaamLAIR 2051,2c15
ENGL100 02What are the Liberal Arts?C. RutzLAIR 2121a15
ENGL100 03Imagining a SelfJ. LeimanLAIR 2114,5c15
ENGL100 04Drama, Film, SocietyP. HeckerLAIR 2042,3c15
ENGL100 05Spirit of PlaceM. KowalewskiLIBR 3445a15
ENGL100 06AutobiographyK. OwusuLAIR 2052a15
ENGL100 07Visions of the Waste LandG. SmithLAIR 2045a15
ENGL117 00African American LiteratureK. OwusuLAIR 2114a25
ENGL119 00Intro to U.S. Latino/a LitA. EstillWEITZ 1322,3c25
ENGL129 00Introduction to British ComedyC. WalkerLAIR 2122a25
ENGL144/244 00Shakespeare IP. HeckerLAIR 2124,5c25
ENGL160 00Intro to Creative WritingS. Jaret McKinstryWCC 2304,5c15
ENGL160 02Intro to Creative WritingG. HewettWCC 1332,3c15
ENGL194 00Great War and Literary ImaginationT. Raylor/P. PetzschmanLAIR 2123a25
ENGL217 00A Novel EducationJ. LeimanLAIR 2112,3c25
ENGL235 00Asian American LiteratureN. ChoLAIR 2124a25
ENGL247 00The American WestM. KowalewskiLAIR 2112a25
ENGL270 00Short Story WorkshopG. SmithLAIR 204T 01:15PM 04:15PM15
ENGL271 00Poetry WorkshopG. HewettLIBR 344T 02:30PM 05:30PM15
ENGL273 00Writing MemoirS. Jaret McKinstryWCC 2302,3c15
ENGL295 00Critical MethodsA. ChakladarLAIR 2063a15
ENGL323 00English Romantic PoetsC. WalkerLAIR 2065a20
ENGL350 00The Postcolonial NovelA. ChakladarLAIR 2125a20
ENGL395 01Whose Freud? Debates in Psychoanalytic CriticismP. BalaamLAIR 2054,5c15
ENGL395 02James and WhartonE. McKinseyLAIR 2062a15
LATN204 Intermediate Latin Prose and PoetryC. Zimmerman2a25
SPAN220 Magical Realism-Ltam NarrB. Boling2a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARBC185 Creation-Classical Arabic Lit in translationY. KleinWCC 2315a30
ENGL109 00Introduction to RhetoricC. RutzLAIR 2121a15
ENGL112 00Introduction to the NovelJ. LeimanLAIR 2113a25
ENGL118 00Introduction to PoetryT. RaylorLAIR 2112,3c25
ENGL160 00Introduction to Creative WritingC. MartinLAIR 2064,5c15
ENGL203 00The Age of BeowulfTBALAIR 2124a25
ENGL212 00Nineteenth-Century American LiteratureE. McKinseyLAIR 2122a25
ENGL213 00Christopher MarloweP. HeckerLAIR 2122,3c25
ENGL214 00Revenge TragedyP. HeckerLAIR 2122,3c25
ENGL220 01Arts of Oral PresentationM. KowalewskiLAIR 2115a14
ENGL220 02Arts of Oral PresentationM. KowalewskiLAIR 2115a14
ENGL248 00Visions of CaliforniaM. KowalewskiLEIG 4022a25
ENGL258 00Contemp Amer Playwrights-ColorN. ChoLAIR 2114,5c25
ENGL270 00Short Story WorkshopG. SmithLAIR 204W 01:50PM 04:50PM15
ENGL286 00Eat the StoryM. TortorelloLAIR 2044,5c15
ENGL295 00Critical MethodsP. BalaamLAIR 2052,3c20
ENGL310 00Shakespeare IIP. HeckerLAIR 2124,5c20
ENGL319 00The Rise of the NovelJ. LeimanLAIR 2125a20
ENGL352 00Toni Morrison: NovelistK. OwusuLAIR 2123a20
ENGL395 00Narrative NecessityS. Jaret McKinstryLAIR 2062,3c15
GRK204 Greek PoetryR. Hardy4a25
GRK304 Greek Tragedy for Adv StudentsR. Hardy4a15
SPAN242 Intro to Latin American LitS. Lopez5a

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AMST230 American SublimeE. McKinseyLAIR 2044,5c
CLAS111 Classical MythologyC. Hardy1a30
ENGL109 00Introduction to RhetoricP. BalaamLAIR 2055a15
ENGL115 00The Art of StorytellingK. OwusuLAIR 2112a25
ENGL135 00Imperial AdventuresA. ChakladarLAIR 2125a25
ENGL160 00Intro to Creative WritingG. SmithLAIR 2044,5c15
ENGL210 00Chaucer to Milton: Early English LiteratP. HeckerLAIR 2122,3c20
ENGL218 00The Gothic SpiritJ. LeimanLAIR 2124,5c
ENGL220 01Arts of Oral PresentationT. RaylorLAIR 2114,5c14
ENGL220 02Arts of Oral PresentationT. RaylorLAIR 2114,5c14
ENGL222 00The Art of Jane AustenS. Jaret McKinstryLAIR 2114a25
ENGL228 00Sensation, Seduction, Sympathy: The Early American NovelP. BalaamLAIR 2122a25
ENGL238 00African Literature in EnglishK. OwusuLAIR 2124a25
ENGL251 00Contemporary Indian FictionA. ChakladarLAIR 2113a25
ENGL277 07London Program: London Studies ProjectN. ChoTBATBA25
ENGL279 07London Program: Urban Field StudiesN. ChoTBATBA25
ENGL280 00Crafts of Writ: Crtv Non-FictnD. CassLAIR 2042,3c15
ENGL281 07Imagining London: Literature and the MetropolisN. ChoTBATBA25
ENGL282 07London Program: London TheaterN. ChoTBATBATBA
ENGL287 00Storytelling in a Changing Media LandscapeMcCluskyWCC 1364a15
ENGL328 00Victorian PoetryS. Jaret McKinstryLAIR 2065a20
ENGL332 00Faulkner, Hemingway, FitzgrldM. KowalewskiLIBR 3442a20
ENGL370 00Advanced Fiction WorkshopG. SmithLAIR 204W 01:50PM 04:50PM15
ENGL371 00Advanced Poetry WorkshopC. MartinLIBR 344T 02:30PM 05:30PM15
ENGL395 00T. S. Eliot and the Metaphysical PoetsT. RayllorLAIR 2062,3c15

Environmental Studies (ENTS)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL252 00Environ Animal PhysiologyM. RandWEITZ 2303a20
BIOL321 00Ecosystems EcologyD. HernandezLEIG 2362,3c20
BIOL350 00EvolutionM. McKoneOLIN 1414a40
ECON240 Microeconomics of DevelopmentF. BhuiyanWILL 2053a25
ECON268 Econ-Cost Benefit AnalysisA. SwobodaLEIG 2362a25
ECON271 Economics of Natural Resources and the EnvironmentA. SwobodaLEIG 3044a25
ENGL247 00The American WestM. KowalewskiLAIR 2112a25
ENTS100 Science, Technology, and Public PolicyJ. WeisbergOLIN 1033a16
ENTS100 Precious Metal Jewelry: The Arts, Mining, and the EnvironmentT. FerrettWCC TBA3a15
ENTS120 Intro to Geospatial AnalysisT. NegaGOOD 033a
ENTS120L Intro to Geospatial Analysis-LabT. NegaCMC 110T 01:00PM 05:00PM
ENTS260 Compar Agro EcologyD. Hougen-EitzmznCMC 3284a
ENTS260L Lab for Compar Agro EcologyW 02:00PM 06:00PM
ENTS287 Climate ScienceD. GrossOLIN 022a
ENTS395 Senior SeminarT. NegaGOOD 031,2c
GEOL110 Introduction to GeologyB. HaileabMUDD 662a36
GEOL210 GeomorphologyM. SavinaMUDD 731a36
HIST205 American Environmental HistoryG. VrtisLEIG 2364,5c25
MATH215 01Introduction to StatisticsK. St. ClairCMC 2061a28
MATH215 02Introduction to StatisticsD. WatsonCMC 2064a28
MATH245 Applied Regression AnalysisL. ChiharaCMC 1023a24
RELG243 Native Amer Relg FreedomMMcNallyLEIG 4024a25
SOAN203 Anthropology of Good IntentionC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 2361,2c25
SOAN333 Environmental AnthropologyC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4264,5c15

Winter Break (OCS) 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ENTS Comparative Agroecology in the US & ChinaD. Hougen-EitzmznTBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL126 00Energy Flow Biol SystemEnergy Flow in Biological SystemsD. Hougen-Eitzman/R. MitraOLIN 1492a60
BIOL210 00Global ChangeStaffOLIN 1412,3c48
BIOL250 00Marine BiologyG. Wagenbachoff-campus25
ECON273 Water and Western Economic DevelopmentM. KanazawaWILL 2032,3c25
ENGL248 00Visions of CaliforniaM. KowalewskiLEIG 4022a25
ENTS OCS-Urbanization and Conservation in Ethiopia and TanzaniaT. NegaTBA
ENTS215 Environmental EthicsK SmithLEIG 2365a25
ENTS238 OCS-Urbanization and ConservationT. NegaTBA
ENTS239 OCS-Urban AgricultureT. NegaTBA
ENTS261 Field Invest, Comp AgroecolD. Hougen-EitzmznCMC 3284a
ENTS400 Integrative ExerciseStaffTBA
HIST306 American WildernessG VrtisLAIR 2052,3c12
MATH215 01Introduction to StatisticsK. St. ClairCMC 2061a28
MATH215 02Introduction to StatisticsD. WatsonCMC 2063a28
MATH215 03Introduction to StatisticsR. DobrowCMC 2065a28
MATH245 Applied Regression AnalysisK. St. ClairCMC 1022a24
PHIL243 Animals: Minds and MoralsStaffLEIG 3043a25
SOAN251 Comm Devel, Cult EmpowermentJ LeviTBA25

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
AMST230 American SublimeE. McKinseyLAIR 2044,5c
ARTS113.01 Field DrawingD BruggemanWCC 242MW 12:30PM 03:00PM18
ARTS140 The Digital LandscapeL RossiBOLI 130TTH 01:15PM 03:45PM10
BIOL126 00Energy Flow in Biological SystemsRand/HernandezOLIN 1493a80
BIOL352 00Population EcologyM. McKoneOLIN 023a20
BIOL374 00Grassland Ecology*D. HernandezWCC 2302,3c15
CHEM128 Principles of Environmental ChemistryW. HollingsworthOLIN 1414a48
ECON275 Law and EconomicsJ. BourneWILL 2032,3c25
ENTS Spring Break OCS -Wilderness Studies at the Grand CanyonG VrtisTBA
ENTS110 Enviroment and SocietyK SmithLEIG 4265a30
ENTS232 Research Methods in ENTSM KanazawaWILL 2051,2c
ENTS244 Biodiversity, Conservation and DevelopmentT NegaLDC 3304,5c25
GEOL110 Introduction to GeologyStaffMUDD 662a36
GEOL120 Environmental GeologyM. SavinaMUDD 661a36
GEOL370 Geochemistry of Natural WatersB. HaileabMUDD 732,3c18
HIST307 Wilderness Studies at the Grand CanyonG VrtisLIBR 3441,2c12
MATH215 01Introduction to StatisticsR. DobrowCMC 2064a28
MATH215 02Introduction to StatisticsD. WatsonCMC 2065a28
MATH245 Applied Regression AnalysisK. St. ClairCMC 1022a24
PHYS152 Introduction to Physics: Environmental PhysicsA. PattanayakOLIN 1415a24
POSC212 Environmental JusticeK. SmithWILL 2113a25
POSC333 Global Social Changes & Sustainability*T. MyintWCC 136MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
SOAN233 Anthropology of FoodC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4261,2c25

European Studies (EUST)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH100 Argument & Inquiry Seminar-DurerJ KeatingBOLI 1614a
ARTH101 Introduction to Art History IK Ryor/J KeatingBOLI 1042a30
ARTH247 Architecture Since 1950R ElflineBOLI 1614,5c
CAMS211 Film History IIC. DonelanWCC 1324,5c25
ENGL144/244 00Shakespeare IP. HeckerLAIR 2124,5c25
ENGL194 00Great War and Literary ImaginationT. Raylor/P. PetzschmanLAIR 2123a25
ENGL323 00English Romantic PoetsC. WalkerLAIR 2065a20
ENGL350 00The Postcolonial NovelA. ChakladarLAIR 2125a20
EUST100 America Through European EyesP. PetzschmannLEIG 2022a15
FREN204 01Intermediate FrenchC. Yandell2a20
FREN204 02Intermediate FrenchC. Keita3a20
FREN204 03Intermediate FrenchC. Keita4a20
HIST232 Renaiss Worlds-France&ItalyV MorseWEITZ 2313a25
HIST233 Byzantium:850-1453W. NorthLEIG 4021a30
HIST240 Imperial RussiaAdeeb KhalidLEIG 4022,3c25
HIST245 Ireland: Land, Confict and MemoryS OttawayLEIG 3044a25
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipD. GuptaLEIG 3042a35
POSC276 Imagination in PoliticsM. Czobor-LuppWILL 2052,3c25
POSC358 Comparative Social Movements*D. GuptaWCC 136MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
SPAN229 07Current Issues in Span PoltcsMadrid Program FacultyTBA
SPAN247 07Spanish Art LiveMadrid Program FacultyMadrid
SPAN320 New Spanish VoicesP. Alvarez Blanco4a
SPAN328 Contemporary Fiction and the MarketP. Alvarez Blanco3a
SPAN349 07Madrid in Spanish LiteratureMadrid Program FacultyTBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH102 Intro to Art historyR Elfline/J KeatingBOLI 1612a60
CAMS214 Film History IIIJ. BeckWCC 1334,5c25
CCST270 Creative Travel Writing WrkspS. CarpenterTBA16
ECON233 European Economic HistoryM. PaasSAYL 2533a25
ENGL213 00Christopher MarloweP. HeckerLAIR 2122,3c25
ENGL214 00Revenge TragedyP. HeckerLAIR 2122,3c25
ENGL310 00Shakespeare IIP. HeckerLAIR 2124,5c20
ENGL319 00The Rise of the NovelJ. LeimanLAIR 2125a20
EUST110 Europe As Idea & UnionP. PetzschmannLEIG 3042a30
FREN204 Intermediate FrenchC. Yandell3a20
FREN206 Contemporary Francophone CultureC. Keita3a15
HIST237 The EnlightenmentS OttawayLIBR 3442,3c25
HIST241 Russia Through Wars and RevolutionsAdeeb KhalidLEIG 3044,5c15
MUSC120 Introduction to OperaL. ArchboldMUSI 1034a30
PHIL272 Modern Phil: Reason & RealityDMarshallLEIG 3045,6c25
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipD. GuptaWILL 2113a35
POSC259 Justice Among NationsL. CooperWEITZ 1364,5c15
POSC265 Capitalist Crises, Power & PolicyK. FreezeWILL 2051a25
RELG287 Many MarysKBloomerLIBR 3445a25
SPAN366 Jorge Luis BorgesJ. Brioso5,6c

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH240 Art Since 1945R ElflineBOLI 1612a
ARTH245 Modern ArchitectureB JarmanBOLI 1613a
ARTH286 Legacies of the Avant-GardeR ElflineBOLI 1614a
CAMS212 Contemporary Spanish CinemaJ. BeckWCC 1333a25
ENGL135 00Imperial AdventuresA. ChakladarLAIR 2125a25
ENGL210 00Chaucer to Milton: Early English LiteratP. HeckerLAIR 2122,3c20
ENGL218 00The Gothic SpiritJ. LeimanLAIR 2124,5c
ENGL222 00The Art of Jane AustenS. Jaret McKinstryLAIR 2114a25
ENGL281 07Imagining London: Literature and the MetropolisN. ChoTBATBA25
ENGL282 07London Program: London TheaterN. ChoTBATBATBA
ENGL328 00Victorian PoetryS. Jaret McKinstryLAIR 2065a20
EUST159 The Age of Isms, IdealsP. PetzschmannLEIG 3043a30
EUST398 Senior ColloquiumL. GoeringLDC 3025a15
FREN208 07Cultural ThemesS. CarpenterOther25
FREN244 Contemporary France and HumorS. Rousseau3a
FREN246 07Modern French ArtS. CarpenterOther25
FREN248 07Representations of Islam in FranceS. CarpenterTBA25
FREN249/349 07Hybrid ParisS. CarpenterTBA25
FREN309 Beyond Words: The Fine Art of Writing in FrenchC. LacLDC 3455a20
PHIL274 ExistentialismAMoltchanovaLEIG 3035a25
POSC247 Comparative NationalismD. GuptaWILL 2054,5c25
SPAN244 Spain Today-Recent Changes through Narrative and FilmP. Alvarez Blanco4a

French (FREN)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
FREN101 01Elementary FrenchC. LacLDC 3451MF20
FREN101 02Elementary FrenchS. RousseauLDC 3022MF20
FREN101 03Elementary FrenchC. ShearerLDC 2424MF20
FREN103 Intermediate FrenchS. CoxLDC 2423MF20
FREN204 01Intermediate FrenchC. Yandell2a20
FREN204 02Intermediate FrenchC. Keita3a20
FREN204 03Intermediate FrenchC. Keita4a20
FREN210 Coffee and NewsS. CarpenterW 03:10PM 04:15PM15
FREN238 French Classics ReimaginedÉ. Pósfay4a
FREN395 Senior Seminar: French ExoticismC. Yandell4a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
FREN102 01Elementary FrenchC. LacLDC 3451MF20
FREN102 02Elementary FrenchC. LacLDC 3452MF20
FREN102 03Elementary FrenchS. RousseauLDC 3304MF20
FREN204 Intermediate FrenchC. Yandell3a20
FREN206 Contemporary Francophone CultureC. Keita3a15
FREN210 Coffee and NewsS. CarpenterLDC 335T 03:10PM 04:10PM15
FREN239 Banned BooksC. Yandell2a
FREN360 The Algerian War of Liberation and Its RepresentationsS. Rousseau2a

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
FREN103 01Intermediate FrenchS. Rousseau1MF20
FREN103 02Intermediate FrenchS. Cox2MF20
FREN103 03Intermediate FrenchS. Cox4MF20
FREN208 07Cultural ThemesS. CarpenterOther25
FREN210 Coffee and NewsC. KeitaLDC 335W 03:10PM 04:15PM15
FREN244 Contemporary France and HumorS. Rousseau3a
FREN246 07Modern French ArtS. CarpenterOther25
FREN248 07Representations of Islam in FranceS. CarpenterTBA25
FREN249/349 07Hybrid ParisS. CarpenterTBA25
FREN308 France & African ImaginationC. Keita4a
FREN309 Beyond Words: The Fine Art of Writing in FrenchC. LacLDC 3455a20

Geology (GEOL)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
GEOL100 Geology in the FieldC. DavidsonMUDD 662,3c20
GEOL100L 52Geology in the Field LabC. DavidsonMUDD 68T 01:00PM 05:00PM10
GEOL100L 54Geology in the Field LabC. DavidsonMUDD 66TH 01:00PM 05:00PM10
GEOL110 Introduction to GeologyB. HaileabMUDD 662a36
GEOL110L 51Introduction to Geology LabB. HaileabMUDD 66M 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL110L 52Introduction to Geology LabB. HaileabMUDD 66T 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL210 GeomorphologyM. SavinaMUDD 731a36
GEOL210L 53Geomorphology LabM. SavinaMUDD 73W 02:00PM 06:00PM18
GEOL210L 54Geomorphology LabM. SavinaMUDD 73TH 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL220 TectonicsStaffMUDD 732a20
GEOL220L 54Tectonics LabStaffMUDD 73TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
GEOL360 Sedimentology and StratigraphyC. CowanMUDD 732,3c21
GEOL360L 52Sedimentlgy&Stratigrphy LabC. CowanMUDD 73T 01:30PM 05:30PM21
GEOL400 Integrative ExerciseStaffMUDD 66TH 08:30AM 10:00AM30

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
GEOL250 MineralogyB. HaileabMUDD 732a24
GEOL250L 51Mineralogy LabB. HaileabMUDD 73M 01:00PM 05:00PM12
GEOL250L 52Mineralogy LabB. HaileabMUDD 73T 01:00PM 05:00PM12
GEOL285 Geology in New Zealand: Geology of the North IslandC. CowanOff Campus New Zealand21
GEOL286 Geology in New Zealand: Topics in North Island GeologyC. CowanOff Campus New Zealand21
GEOL287 Geology in New Zealand: Geology of the South IslandC. DavidsonOff Campus New Zealand21
GEOL288 Geology in New Zealand: Topics in South Island GeologyC. DavidsonOff Campus New Zealand21
GEOL289 Geology in New Zealand: Basic Field DrawingStaffOff Campus New Zealand21
GEOL400 Integrative ExerciseStaffMUDD 73TBA30

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
GEOL110 Introduction to GeologyStaffMUDD 662a36
GEOL110L 51Introduction to Geology LabStaffMUDD 66M 02:00PM 06:00PM18
GEOL110L 52Introduction to Geology LabStaffMUDD 66T 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL120 Environmental GeologyM. SavinaMUDD 661a36
GEOL120L 53Environmental Geology LabM. SavinaMUDD 66W 02:00PM 06:00PM18
GEOL120L 54Environmental Geology LabM. SavinaMUDD 66TH 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL230 PaleobiologyC. CowanMUDD 732a36
GEOL230L 51Paleobiology LabC. CowanMUDD 73M 02:00PM 06:00PM18
GEOL230L 52Paleobiology LabC. CowanMUDD 73T 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL255 PetrologyC. DavidsonMUDD 731a24
GEOL255L 53Petrology LabC. DavidsonMUDD 73W 02:00PM 06:00PM12
GEOL255L 54Petrology LabC. DavidsonMUDD 73TH 01:00PM 05:00PM12
GEOL370 Geochemistry of Natural WatersB. HaileabMUDD 732,3c18
GEOL370 52Geochemistry LabB. HaileabMUDD 73T 01:00PM 05:00PM18
GEOL400 Integrative ExerciseStaffTBA30

History (HIST)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
HIST100 1Age of ElizabethS. OttawayLIBR 3442a15
HIST100 2American Antebellum SlaveryH WilliamsLEIG 2021a15
HIST100 3American Farms & FoodG. VrtisLIBR 3441,2c15
HIST100 4Confucius and His CriticsS. YoonLEIG 3032,3c15
HIST100 5Drunks & TeetotalersC. ClarkLEIG 2022a15
HIST100 6U.S.-Latin American Relations: A View from the SouthA. FisherLEIG 2023a15
HIST121 American Social History from 1865-1945H. WilliamsLEIG 3303a30
HIST122 U.S. Women's Hist to 1877A. IgraLEIG 3305,6c30
HIST162 NEW NEW Politics and Public Culture in Modern South AsiaB LarocqueLEIG 4262,3c30
HIST205 American Environmental HistoryG. VrtisLEIG 2364,5c25
HIST214 Rethinking the American Civil WarC. ClarkLEIG 2025a25
HIST232 Renaiss Worlds-France&ItalyV MorseWEITZ 2313a25
HIST233 Byzantium:850-1453W. NorthLEIG 4021a30
HIST240 Imperial RussiaAdeeb KhalidLEIG 4022,3c25
HIST245 Ireland: Land, Confict and MemoryS OttawayLEIG 3044a25
HIST254 Colonialism in East AsiaS YoonLEIG 2024,5c25
HIST266 NEW NEW History of Islam in South AsiaB LarocqueLEIG 3014,5c25
HIST298 Junior ColloquiumA FisherLEIG 2025a15
HIST395 Nations and NationhoodAdeeb KhalidLEIG 2024,5c15

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ECON233 European Economic HistoryM. PaasSAYL 2533a25
EDUC245 History of American School ReformJ. SnyderWILL 2114,5c25
HIST123 U.S. Women's Hist Since 1877A. IgraLEIG 3302,3c30
HIST158 Cold War in East AsiaS YoonLEIG 4262,3c30
HIST170 Mdn Latn America 1810-presentA FisherLEIG 3042a30
HIST184 Colonial West AfricaT WillisLEIG 4265a30
HIST234 NEW NEW Bringing the English Past to (Virtual) LifeS Ottaway,A MasonLIBR 3442a20
HIST237 The EnlightenmentS OttawayLIBR 3442,3c25
HIST241 Russia Through Wars and RevolutionsAdeeb KhalidLEIG 3044,5c15
HIST246 NEW NEW The Material World of the Anglo-SaxonsAustin MasonLEIG 2024a25
HIST259 Women in South AsiaAmna KhalidLEIG 2364a25
HIST280 Africans in the Arab WorldT WillisLEIG 4263a25
HIST298 Junior ColloquiumW NorthLEIG 2025a15
HIST306 American WildernessG VrtisLAIR 2052,3c12
HIST395 Voyages of UnderstandingV. MorseLIBR 3444,5c15
HIST398 Advanced Historical WritingS YoonLEIG 2024,5c15
HIST398 Advanced Historical WritingG VrtisLIBR 3054,5c15
HIST398 Advanced Historical WritingA IgraLEIG 2025,6c15
LTAM270 Chile's 9/11: History & Memory since the CoupA FisherLEIG 2024a25
POSC245 Politics of the Middle East I (1918-67)H. Bou NassifWILL 2054,5c25

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CLAS228 The Roman RepublicK. Steed5a25
HIST125 African American History IH WilliamsLEIG 3302a30
HIST130 The History of Political Thought, 300-1600: Power, Authority & ImaginationW. NorthBOLI 1043a30
HIST153 History of Modern ChinaS YoonLEIG 4262,3c30
HIST161 History of Modern India, c. 1700-1947Amna KhalidLEIG 4264a30
HIST181 W Africa in the Era of the Slave TradeT WillisLEIG 4265a30
HIST215 NEW NEW Carleton in the Archives: Studies in Institutional MemoryW NorthLIBR 3444,5c15
HIST229 Working With GenderA IgraLEIG 2025,6c25
HIST261 NEW NEW OCS Nations, Islams & Modernities-Transformation of Ottoman Empire-Making of Modern Middle EastAdeeb KhalidOCS Turkey15
HIST263 NEW NEW Plagues of EmpireAmna KhalidLEIG 4262a25
HIST264 NEW NEW OCS The Politics of Gender in the Middle EastLocal OCS StaffOCS Turkey15
HIST269 NEW NEW OCS Istanbul: Imperial Past, Global PresentAdeeb KhalidOCS Turkey15
HIST274 Mexico: Dirty War to Drug WarA FisherLEIG 2023a25
HIST307 Wilderness Studies at the Grand CanyonG VrtisLIBR 3441,2c12
HIST324 The Concord IntellectualsH. WilliamsLEIG 2024a15
HIST395 The Progressive Era?A. IgraLEIG 2022,3c15

Interdisciplinary Studies (IDSC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
IDSC100 Measured ThinkingN. LutskyOLIN 1021a15
IDSC130 00Hacking the HumanitiesA. MasonWCC 1384,5c30
IDSC198 00FOCUS ColloquiumT. FerrettOLIN 142W 01:50PM 03:00PM15
IDSC203 Talking About DiversityA. ChikkaturWILL 2114,5c
IDSC251 01Windows on the Good LifeL. CooperWILL 114M 08:00PM 09:45PM18
IDSC251 02Windows on the Good LifeL. CooperTH 03:10PM 04:55PM18
IDSC280 00Learning From InternshipsL. NewmanTBA15
IDSC298 00FOCUS Sophomore ColloquiumS. PattersonCMC 328W 01:50PM 03:00PM15

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
IDSC103 01Community and DiversityA. EstillLAIR 205T 08:15AM 10:00AM10
IDSC103 02Community and DiversityA. EstillLAIR 205TH 08:15AM 10:00AM10
IDSC103 03Community and DiversityA. EstillLAIR 205T 03:10PM 04:55PM10
IDSC103 04Community and DiversityA. EstillLAIR 205TH 03:15PM 04:55PM10
IDSC198 00FOCUS ColloquiumT. FerrettOLIN 142W 01:50PM 03:00PM15
IDSC251 01Windows on the Good LifeL. CooperWILL 114M 08:00PM 09:45PM18
IDSC251 02Windows on the Good LifeL. CooperTH 03:10PM 04:55PM18
IDSC280 00Learning From InternshipsL. NewmanTBA15
IDSC298 00FOCUS Sophomore ColloquiumS. PattersonCMC 328W 01:50PM 03:00PM15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
IDSC198 00FOCUS ColloquiumT. FerrettOLIN 142W 01:50PM 03:00PM15
IDSC251 01Windows on the Good LifeL. CooperWILL 114M 08:00PM 09:45PM18
IDSC251 02Windows on the Good LifeL. CooperTH 03:10PM 04:55PM18
IDSC280 00Learning From InternshipsL. NewmanTBA15
IDSC298 00FOCUS Sophomore ColloquiumS. PattersonCMC 328W 01:50PM 03:00PM15

Latin American Studies (LTAM)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ECON240 Microeconomics of DevelopmentF. BhuiyanWILL 2053a25
ENGL119 00Intro to U.S. Latino/a LitA. EstillWEITZ 1322,3c25
HIST100 6U.S.-Latin American Relations: A View from the SouthA. FisherLEIG 2023a15
LTAM100 Politics of Memory in Latin American LiteratureY. Perez4a
SOAN203 Anthropology of Good IntentionC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 2361,2c25
SOAN333 Environmental AnthropologyC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4264,5c15
SPAN220 Magical Realism-Ltam NarrB. Boling2a
SPAN277 The Poem As ArtifactJ. Cerna Bezan3a

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ECON241 Growth and DevelopmentS. FriedWILL 2052a25
HIST170 Mdn Latn America 1810-presentA FisherLEIG 3042a30
LTAM270 Chile's 9/11: History & Memory since the CoupA FisherLEIG 2024a25
RELG227 Liberation TheologiesLPearsonLEIG 2364,5c25
SOAN241 Field Research MethodsJ LeviTBA
SOAN251 Comm Devel, Cult EmpowermentJ LeviTBA25
SOAN295 Independent Field ProjectJ LeviTBA25
SPAN242 Intro to Latin American LitS. Lopez5a
SPAN263 Hist of Human RightsJ. Brioso4,5c
SPAN366 Jorge Luis BorgesJ. Brioso5,6c

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
HIST274 Mexico: Dirty War to Drug WarA FisherLEIG 2023a25
LTAM110 Portuguese for Spanish SpeakerStaffTBA20
LTAM300 Issues - Latin America StudiesS. Lopez4,5c
LTAM398 Latin American ForumTBA
LTAM400 Integrative ExerciseJ. Cerna-Bazan, S. Lopez, A. MonteroTBA
SOAN233 Anthropology of FoodC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4261,2c25
SOAN250 Ethnography of Latin AmericaC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4265,6c25

Mathematics (MATH)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
MATH100 Explorations in GeometryA. TanguayCMC 3282a16
MATH101 Calculus with Problem SolvingD. HaunspergerCMC 2091MF30
MATH111 01Introduction to CalculusStaffCMC 2093a30
MATH111 02Introduction to CalculusStaffTBA4a30
MATH111 03Introduction to CalculusStaffCMC 2096a30
MATH115 Statistics: Concepts & ApplctnD. WatsonCMC 2065a30
MATH121 01Calculus IIS. KennedyCMC 3012a30
MATH121 02Calculus IIR. ThompsonTBA3a30
MATH121 03Calculus IIR. ThompsonCMC 3015a30
MATH211 01Calculus IIIG. NelsonCMC 2063a30
MATH211 02Multivariable CalculusS. PattersonCMC 2104a30
MATH211 03Calculus IIIA. TanguayCMC 2105a30
MATH211 04Calculus IIIH. WongCMC 3196a30
MATH215 01Introduction to StatisticsK. St. ClairCMC 2061a28
MATH215 02Introduction to StatisticsD. WatsonCMC 2064a28
MATH232 Linear AlgebraE. EggeCMC 2102a30
MATH236 Mathematical StructuresE. EggeCMC 3193a24
MATH244 GeometriesD. HaunspergerCMC 2103a30
MATH245 Applied Regression AnalysisL. ChiharaCMC 1023a24
MATH255 Survey SamplingK. St. ClairCMC 2092a28
MATH265 ProbabilityR. DobrowCMC 2095a25
MATH280 Statistical ConsultingL. ChiharaCMC 201TH 10:10AM 11:55AM0
MATH295 Seminar in the History of MathematicsS. KennedyCMC 3194a25
MATH297 Assessment and Communication of External Mathematical ActivityStaffOther0
MATH321 Real Analysis IS. PattersonCMC 3192a20
MATH354 TopologyH. WongCMC 3195a20
MATH395 Topics in Stochastic Processes and ProbabilityR. DobrowCMC 3283a16
MATH400 01Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 02Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 03Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 04Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 05Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 06Integrative ExerciseTBA10

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
MATH111 Calculus IH. WongCMC 2105a30
MATH121 01Calculus IIStaffCMC 2091a30
MATH121 02Calculus IID. HaunspergerCMC 3012a30
MATH206 A Tour of MathematicsStaffCMC 2066a Friday only30
MATH211 01Calculus IIIM. KrusemeyerCMC 2103a30
MATH211 02Calculus IIIR. ThompsonCMC 3014a30
MATH211 03Multivariable CalculusR. ThompsonCMC 3016a30
MATH215 01Introduction to StatisticsK. St. ClairCMC 2061a28
MATH215 02Introduction to StatisticsD. WatsonCMC 2063a28
MATH215 03Introduction to StatisticsR. DobrowCMC 2065a28
MATH232 01Linear AlgebraS. PattersonCMC 2092a30
MATH232 02Linear AlgebraH. WongCMC 2104a30
MATH236 Mathematical StructuresD. HaunspergerCMC 2093a24
MATH241 Ordinary Differential EquationsA. TanguayCMC 2095a30
MATH245 Applied Regression AnalysisK. St. ClairCMC 1022a24
MATH265 ProbabilityL. ChiharaCMC 2094a25
MATH275 Introduction to Statistical InferenceR. DobrowCMC 3193a25
MATH280 Statistical ConsultingL. ChiharaCMC 201TH 10:10AM 11:55AM0
MATH297 Assessment and Communication of External Mathematical ActivityStaffOther0
MATH331 Real Analysis IIG. NelsonCMC 3284a20
MATH332 Advanced Linear AlgebraM. KrusemeyerCMC 3285a20
MATH342 Abstract Algebra IE. EggeCMC 3192a24
MATH400 01Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 02Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 03Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 04Integrative Exercise: Senior ProjectTBA10
MATH400 05Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 06Integrative ExerciseTBA10

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
MATH121 Calculus IIStaffCMC 3193a30
MATH211 01Calculus II|A. TanguayCMC 3014a30
MATH211 02Calculus IIIStaffCMC 2095a30
MATH215 01Introduction to StatisticsR. DobrowCMC 2064a28
MATH215 02Introduction to StatisticsD. WatsonCMC 2065a28
MATH232 01Linear AlgebraM. KrusemeyerCMC 2092a30
MATH232 02Linear AlgebraE. EggeCMC 3013a30
MATH236 Mathematical StructuresD. HaunspergerCMC 2093a24
MATH241 Ordinary Differentl EquationsR. ThompsonCMC 2094a30
MATH245 Applied Regression AnalysisK. St. ClairCMC 1022a24
MATH275 Intro to Stats InferenceD. WatsonCMC 2103a25
MATH280 Statistical ConsultingL. ChiharaCMC 201TH 10:10AM 11:55AM0
MATH295 Seminar in Set TheoryG. NelsonCMC 3194a24
MATH297 Assessment and Communication of External Mathematical ActivityStaffOther0
MATH315 Topics in Probability and Statistics: Advanced Statistical ModelingL. ChiharaCMC 1023a25
MATH321 Real Analysis IH. WongCMC 3195a20
MATH341 Fourier Series and Boundary Value ProblemsA. TanguayCMC 2102a30
MATH352 Abstract Algebra IIM. KrusemeyerCMC 3283a20
MATH361 Complex AnalysisS. KennedyCMC 2105a30
MATH395 Topics in CombinatoricsE. EggeCMC 3282a15
MATH400 01Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 02Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 03Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 04Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 05Integrative ExerciseTBA10
MATH400 06Integrative ExerciseTBA10

Music (MUSC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
MUSC100 Degenerate MusicH. ValdiviaMUSI 1074a15
MUSC103 Musicianship Lab IJ. LondonMUSI 103T 08:15AM 09:25AM; TH 08:15AM 09:25AM25
MUSC108 Introduction to Music TechnologyStaffWCC 1385,6c20
MUSC110 Intro to the Study of MusicR. RodmanMUSI 1031a25
MUSC130 History of JazzA. FloryMUSI 1032,3c30
MUSC132 Golden Age of R&BA. FloryMUSI 1034,5c24
MUSC150 00PianoStaff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150 01PianoN. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150 02PianoL. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150 03PianoM. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150 04PianoM. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC150J 00Piano (Juried)Staff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150J 01Piano (Juried)N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150J 02Piano (Juried)L. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150J 03Piano (Juried)M. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150J 04Piano (Juried)M. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC151 00VoiceStaff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151 01VoiceL. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151 02VoiceB. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC151 03VoiceP. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151 04VoiceM. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC151 05VoiceR. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151J 00Voice (Juried)Staff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151J 01Voice (Juried)L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151J 02Voice (Juried)B. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC151J 03Voice (Juried)P. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151J 04Voice (Juried)M. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC151J 05Voice (Juried)R. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC152 GuitarM. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA50
MUSC152J Guitar (Juried)M. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA50
MUSC155 00ViolinStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC155 01ViolinH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC155 02ViolinE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155 03ViolinM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 00Violin (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 01Violin (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC155J 02Violin (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 03Violin (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156 00ViolaStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC156 01ViolaH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC156 02ViolaE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156 03ViolaM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 00Viola (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 01Viola (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC156J 02Viola (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 03Viola (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC157 CelloT. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC157J Cello (Juried)T. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC158 Classical String BassC. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC158J Classical String Bass (Juried)C. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC159 FluteM. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC159J Flute (Juried)M. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC160 01OboeM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160 02English HornM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160J 01Oboe (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160J 02English Horn (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC161 ClarinetN. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC161J Clarinet (Juried)N. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC162 SaxophoneG. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC162J Saxophone (Juried)G. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC163 BassoonJ. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC163J Bassoon (Juried)J. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC164 French HornG. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC164J French Horn (Juried)G. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC165 TrumpetL. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC165J Trumpet (Juried)L. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC166 01TromboneR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166 02EuphoniumR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166J 01Trombone (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166J 02Euphonium (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC167 TubaR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC167J Tuba (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC168 Orchestral PercussionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC168J Orchestral Percussion (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC169 HarpE. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC169J Harp (Juried)E. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC170 HarpsichordJ. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC170J Harpsichord (Juried)J. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC171 OrganJ. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC171J Organ (Juried)J. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC174 RecorderM. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC174J Recorder (Juried)M. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC175 Jazz PianoL. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC175J Jazz Piano (Juried)L. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC176 Electric & Acoustic BassT. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC176J Electric&AcousticBass(Juried)T. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC177 Jazz & Blues GuitarD. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC177J Jazz & Blues Guitar (Juried)D. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC178 Drum Set InstructionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC178J Drum Set Instruction (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC179 Jazz ImprovisationStaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC179J Jazz Improvisation (Juried)StaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC180 Raga: Voc/Instr Stdy/HindustaniD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC180J Raga: Hindustani (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC181 SitarD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC181J Sitar (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC182 Chinese Musical InstrumentsGao HongMDRC LL20TBA8
MUSC182J Chinese Musical Inst (Juried)Gao HongMDRC LL20TBA8
MUSC183 Ethnic DrummingJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC183J Ethnic Drumming (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC184 American Folk InstrumentsM. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC184J Amer Folk Instrument (Juried)M. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC185 1Bella CantemusL. BurnettMDRC PL16TTH 05:15PM 06:45PM50
MUSC185 2Mens ChorusL. BurnettMDRC PL16TTH 05:15PM 06:45PM50
MUSC186 Carleton SingersL. BurnettMDRC PL16MW 04:30PM 06:00PM16
MUSC187 Carleton OrchestraValdiviaMDRC LL05MTTH 06:30PM 08:00PM100
MUSC188 Carleton Chinese Music EnsembleGao HongMDRC LL05W 04:00PM 05:30PM15
MUSC189 Carleton Symphony BandR.RodmanMDRC LL05M 03:10PM 05:00PM F 03:30PM 05:00PM100
MUSC190 Carleton Jazz EnsembleD. SingleyMDRC PL16MW 06:30PM 08:00PM50
MUSC192 West African Drum EnsembleJ. JohnsonMDRC LL05T 03:10PM 04:55PM15
MUSC194 Chamber MusicN. MelvilleTBATBA100
MUSC197 Class GuitarM. KreitzerMDRC LL05TH 01:50PM 03:00PM30
MUSC199 Class African DrumJ. JohnsonMDRC LL05T 01:50PM 03:00PM15
MUSC245 Music of AfricaM. RussellMUSI 1032a20
MUSC247 1960s Folk Music RevivalM. RussellMUSI 1033a25
MUSC250 00PianoStaff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250 01PianoN. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250 02PianoL. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250 03PianoM. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250 04PianoM. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC250J 00Piano (Juried)Staff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250J 01Piano (Juried)N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250J 02Piano (Juried)L. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250J 03Piano (Juried)M. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250J 04Piano (Juried)M. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC251 00VoiceStaff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251 01VoiceL. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251 02VoiceB. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC251 03VoiceP. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251 04VoiceM. MartzMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251 05VoiceR. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251J Voice (Juried)Staff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251J 01Voice (Juried)L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251J 02Voice (Juried)B. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC251J 03Voice (Juried)P. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251J 04Voice (Juried)M. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC251J 05Voice (Juried)R. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC252 GuitarM. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA5
MUSC252J Guitar (Juried)M. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA5
MUSC255 00ViolinStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC255 01ViolinH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC255 02ViolinE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255 03ViolinM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255J 00Violin (Juried)Staff, H. ValdivaTBATBA50
MUSC255J 01Violin (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC255J 02Violin (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255J 03Violin (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256 00ViolaStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC256 01ViolaH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC256 02ViolaE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256 03ViolaM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256J 00Viola (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC256J 01Viola (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC256J 02Viola (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256J 03Viola (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC257 CelloT. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC257J Cello (Juried)T. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC258 Classical String BassC. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC258J Classical String Bass (Juried)C. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC259 FluteM. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC259J Flute (Juried)M. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC260 01OboeM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260 02English HornM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260J 01Oboe (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260J 02English Horn (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC261 ClarinetN. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC261J Clarinet (Juried)N. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC262 SaxophoneG. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC262J Saxophone (Juried)G. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC263 BassoonJ. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC263J Bassoon (Juried)J. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC264 French HornG. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC264J French Horn (Juried)G. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC265 TrumpetL. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC265J Trumpet (Juried)L. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC266 01TromboneR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266 02EuphoniumR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266J 01Trombone (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266J 02Euphonium (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC267 TubaR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC267J Tuba (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC268 Orchestral PercussionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC268J Orchestral Percussion(Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC269 HarpE. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC269J Harp (Juried)E. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC270 HarpsichordJ. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC270J Harpsichord (Juried)J. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC271 OrganJ. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC271J Organ (Juried)J. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC274 RecorderM. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC274J Recorder (Juried)M. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC275 Jazz PianoL. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC275J Jazz Piano (Juried)L. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC276 Acoustic & Electric BassT. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC276J Acoustic&ElectricBass(Juried)T. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC277 Jazz & Blues GuitarD. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC277J Jazz & Blues Guitar (Juried)D. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC278 Drum Set InstructionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC278J Drum Set Instruction (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC279 Jazz ImprovisationStaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC279J Jazz Improvisation (Juried)StaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC280 Raga: Voc/Instr Stdy/HindustaniD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC280J Raga: Hindustani (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC281 SitarD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC281J Sitar (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC282 Chinese Musical InstrumentsGao HongMDRC LL20TBA2
MUSC282J Chinese Musical Inst (Juried)Gao HongMDRC LL20TBA2
MUSC283 Ethnic DrummingJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC283J Ethnic Drumming (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC284 American Folk InstrumentsM. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC284J Amer Folk Instrument (Juried)M. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC285J Composition (Juried)StaffMUSI 301TBA4
MUSC286J Composition (Juried)StaffMUSI 301TBA1
MUSC299 RecitalStaff, L. ArchboldTBATBA30
MUSC391 Independent StudyStaffTBATBA10
MUSC400 Integrative ExerciseL. ArchboldTBATBA15

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
MUSC104 Musicianship Lab IIJ. LondonMUSI 103T 08:15AM 09:25AM; TH 08:15AM 09:25AM25
MUSC120 Introduction to OperaL. ArchboldMUSI 1034a30
MUSC126 America's MusicM. RussellMUSI 1032a30
MUSC136 History of RockA. FloryMUSI 1035a24
MUSC150 00PianoStaff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150 01PianoN. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150 02PianoL. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150 03PianoM. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150 04PianoM. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC150J 00Piano (Juried)Staff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150J 01Piano (Juried)N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150J 02Piano (Juried)L. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150J 03Piano (Juried)M. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150J 04Piano (Juried)M. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC151 00VoiceStaff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151 01VoiceL. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151 02VoiceB. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC151 03VoiceP. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151 04VoiceM. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC151 05VoiceR. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151J 00Voice (Juried)Staff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151J 01Voice (Juried)L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151J 02Voice (Juried)B. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC151J 03Voice (Juried)P. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151J 04Voice (Juried)M. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC151J 05Voice (Juried)R. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC152 GuitarM. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA50
MUSC152J Guitar (Juried)M. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA50
MUSC155 00ViolinStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC155 01ViolinH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC155 02ViolinE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155 03ViolinM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 00Violin (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 01Violin (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC155J 02Violin (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 03Violin (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156 00ViolaStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC156 01ViolaH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC156 02ViolaE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156 03ViolaM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 00Viola (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 01Viola (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC156J 02Viola (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 03Viola (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC157 CelloT. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC157J Cello (Juried)T. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC158 Classical String BassC. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC158J Classical String Bass (Juried)C. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC159 FluteM. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC159J Flute (Juried)M. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC160 01OboeM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160 02English HornM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160J 01Oboe (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160J 02English Horn (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC161 ClarinetN. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC161J Clarinet (Juried)N. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC162 SaxophoneG. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC162J Saxophone (Juried)G. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC163 BassoonJ. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC163J Bassoon (Juried)J. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC164 French HornG. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC164J French Horn (Juried)G. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC165 TrumpetL. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC165J Trumpet (Juried)L. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC166 01TromboneR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166 02EuphoniumR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166J 01Trombone (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166J 02Euphonium (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC167 TubaR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC167J Tuba (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC168 Orchestral PercussionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC168J Orchestral Percussion (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC169 HarpE. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC169J Harp (Juried)E. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC170 HarpsichordJ. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC170J Harpsichord (Juried)J. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC171 OrganJ. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC171J Organ (Juried)J. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC174 RecorderM. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC174J Recorder (Juried)M. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC175 Jazz PianoL. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC175J Jazz Piano (Juried)L. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC176 Electric & Acoustic BassT. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC176J Electric&AcousticBass(Juried)T. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC177 Jazz & Blues GuitarD. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC177J Jazz & Blues Guitar (Juried)D. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC178 Drum Set InstructionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC178J Drum Set Instruction (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC179 Jazz ImprovisationStaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC179J Jazz Improvisation (Juried)StaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC180 Raga: Voc/Instr Stdy/HindustaniD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC180J Raga: Hindustani (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC181 SitarD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC181J Sitar (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC182 Chinese Musical InstrumentsGao HongMDRC LL20TBA8
MUSC182J Chinese Musical Inst (Juried)Gao HongMDRC LL20TBA8
MUSC183 Ethnic DrummingJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC183J Ethnic Drumming (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC184 American Folk InstrumentsM. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC184J Amer Folk Instrument (Juried)M. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC185 1Bella CantemusL. BurnettMDRC PL16TTH 05:15PM 06:45PM50
MUSC185 2Mens ChorusL. BurnettMDRC PL16TTH 05:15PM 06:45PM50
MUSC186 Carleton SingersL. BurnettMDRC PL16MW 04:30PM 06:00PM16
MUSC187 Carleton OrchestraValdiviaMDRC LL05MTTH 06:30PM 08:00PM100
MUSC188 Carleton Chinese Music EnsembleGao HongMDRC LL05W 04:00PM 05:30PM15
MUSC189 Carleton Symphony BandR.RodmanMDRC LL05M 03:10PM 05:00PM F 03:30PM 05:00PM100
MUSC190 Carleton Jazz EnsembleD. SingleyMDRC PL16MW 06:30PM 08:00PM50
MUSC192 West African Drum EnsembleJ. JohnsonMDRC LL05T 03:10PM 04:55PM15
MUSC194 Chamber MusicN. MelvilleTBATBA100
MUSC197 Class GuitarM. KreitzerMDRC LL05TH 01:50PM 03:00PM30
MUSC199 Class African DrumJ. JohnsonMDRC LL05T 01:50PM 03:00PM15
MUSC204 Musical StructuresJ. LondonMUSI 1031a25
MUSC208 Computer Music & SoundStaffWCC 1385,6c20
MUSC220 CompositionStaffMUSI 1072a7
MUSC248 Music of IndiaM. RussellMUSI 1033a15
MUSC250 00PianoStaff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250 01PianoN. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250 02PianoL. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250 03PianoM. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250 04PianoM. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC250J 00Piano (Juried)Staff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250J 01Piano (Juried)N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250J 02Piano (Juried)L. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250J 03Piano (Juried)M. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250J 04Piano (Juried)M. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC251 00VoiceStaff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251 01VoiceL. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251 02VoiceB. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC251 03VoiceP. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251 04VoiceM. MartzMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251 05VoiceR. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251J Voice (Juried)Staff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251J 01Voice (Juried)L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251J 02Voice (Juried)B. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC251J 03Voice (Juried)P. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251J 04Voice (Juried)M. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC251J 05Voice (Juried)R. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC252 GuitarM. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA5
MUSC252J Guitar (Juried)M. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA5
MUSC255 00ViolinStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC255 01ViolinH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC255 02ViolinE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255 03ViolinM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255J 00Violin (Juried)Staff, H. ValdivaTBATBA50
MUSC255J 01Violin (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC255J 02Violin (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255J 03Violin (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256 00ViolaStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC256 01ViolaH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC256 02ViolaE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256 03ViolaM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256J 00Viola (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC256J 01Viola (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC256J 02Viola (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256J 03Viola (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC257 CelloT. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC257J Cello (Juried)T. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC258 Classical String BassC. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC258J Classical String Bass (Juried)C. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC259 FluteM. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC259J Flute (Juried)M. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC260 01OboeM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260 02English HornM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260J 01Oboe (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260J 02English Horn (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC261 ClarinetN. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC261J Clarinet (Juried)N. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC262 SaxophoneG. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC262J Saxophone (Juried)G. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC263 BassoonJ. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC263J Bassoon (Juried)J. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC264 French HornG. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC264J French Horn (Juried)G. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC265 TrumpetL. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC265J Trumpet (Juried)L. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC266 01TromboneR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266 02EuphoniumR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266J 01Trombone (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266J 02Euphonium (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC267 TubaR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC267J Tuba (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC268 Orchestral PercussionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC268J Orchestral Percussion(Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC269 HarpE. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC269J Harp (Juried)E. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC270 HarpsichordJ. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC270J Harpsichord (Juried)J. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC271 OrganJ. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC271J Organ (Juried)J. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC274 RecorderM. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC274J Recorder (Juried)M. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC275 Jazz PianoL. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC275J Jazz Piano (Juried)L. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC276 Acoustic & Electric BassT. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC276J Acoustic&ElectricBass(Juried)T. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC277 Jazz & Blues GuitarD. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC277J Jazz & Blues Guitar (Juried)D. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC278 Drum Set InstructionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC278J Drum Set Instruction (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC279 Jazz ImprovisationStaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC279J Jazz Improvisation (Juried)StaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC280 Raga: Voc/Instr Stdy/HindustaniD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC280J Raga: Hindustani (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC281 SitarD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC281J Sitar (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC282 Chinese Musical InstrumentsGao HongMDRC LL20TBA2
MUSC282J Chinese Musical Inst (Juried)Gao HongMDRC LL20TBA2
MUSC283 Ethnic DrummingJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC283J Ethnic Drumming (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC284 American Folk InstrumentsM. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC284J Amer Folk Instrument (Juried)M. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC285J Composition (Juried)StaffMUSI 301TBA4
MUSC286J Composition (Juried)StaffMUSI 301TBA1
MUSC299 RecitalStaff, L. ArchboldTBATBA30
MUSC306 Seminar in American MusicA. FloryMUSI 1074,5c15
MUSC391 Independent StudyStaffTBATBA10
MUSC400 Integrative ExerciseL. ArchboldTBATBA15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
MUSC Rock LabA. FloryTBA5a25
MUSC101 Music FundamentalsN. MelvilleMUSI 103MW 01:50PM 03:00PM30
MUSC150 00PianoStaff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150 01PianoN. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150 02PianoL. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150 03PianoM. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150 04PianoM. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC150J 00Piano (Juried)Staff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150J 01Piano (Juried)N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC150J 02Piano (Juried)L. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150J 03Piano (Juried)M. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC150J 04Piano (Juried)M. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC151 00VoiceStaff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151 01VoiceL. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151 02VoiceB. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC151 03VoiceP. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151 04VoiceM. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC151 05VoiceR. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151J 00Voice (Juried)Staff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151J 01Voice (Juried)L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC151J 02Voice (Juried)B. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC151J 03Voice (Juried)P. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC151J 04Voice (Juried)M. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC151J 05Voice (Juried)R. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC152 GuitarM. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA50
MUSC152J Guitar (Juried)M. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA50
MUSC155 00ViolinStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC155 01ViolinH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC155 02ViolinE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155 03ViolinM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 00Violin (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 01Violin (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC155J 02Violin (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC155J 03Violin (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156 00ViolaStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC156 01ViolaH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC156 02ViolaE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156 03ViolaM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 00Viola (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 01Viola (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC156J 02Viola (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC156J 03Viola (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC157 CelloT. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC157J Cello (Juried)T. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC158 Classical String BassC. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC158J Classical String Bass (Juried)C. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC159 FluteM. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC159J Flute (Juried)M. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC160 01OboeM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160 02English HornM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160J 01Oboe (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC160J 02English Horn (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC161 ClarinetN. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC161J Clarinet (Juried)N. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC162 SaxophoneG. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC162J Saxophone (Juried)G. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC163 BassoonJ. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC163J Bassoon (Juried)J. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC164 French HornG. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC164J French Horn (Juried)G. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC165 TrumpetL. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC165J Trumpet (Juried)L. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC166 01TromboneR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166 02EuphoniumR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166J 01Trombone (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC166J 02Euphonium (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC167 TubaR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC167J Tuba (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC168 Orchestral PercussionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC168J Orchestral Percussion (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC169 HarpE. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC169J Harp (Juried)E. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC170 HarpsichordJ. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC170J Harpsichord (Juried)J. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC171 OrganJ. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC171J Organ (Juried)J. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC174 RecorderM. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC174J Recorder (Juried)M. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC175 Jazz PianoL. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC175J Jazz Piano (Juried)L. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC176 Electric & Acoustic BassT. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC176J Electric&AcousticBass(Juried)T. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC177 Jazz & Blues GuitarD. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC177J Jazz & Blues Guitar (Juried)D. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC178 Drum Set InstructionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC178J Drum Set Instruction (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC179 Jazz ImprovisationStaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC179J Jazz Improvisation (Juried)StaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC180 Raga: Voc/Instr Stdy/HindustaniD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC180J Raga: Hindustani (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC181 SitarD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC181J Sitar (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC182 Chinese Musical InstrumentsGao HongMDRC LL20TBA8
MUSC182J Chinese Musical Inst (Juried)Gao HongMDRC LL20TBA8
MUSC183 Ethnic DrummingJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC183J Ethnic Drumming (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC184 American Folk InstrumentsM. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC184J Amer Folk Instrument (Juried)M. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC185 1Bella CantemusL. BurnettMDRC PL16TTH 05:15PM 06:45PM50
MUSC185 2Mens ChorusL. BurnettMDRC PL16TTH 05:15PM 06:45PM50
MUSC186 Carleton SingersL. BurnettMDRC PL16MW 04:30PM 06:00PM16
MUSC187 Carleton OrchestraValdiviaMDRC LL05MTTH 06:30PM 08:00PM100
MUSC188 Carleton Chinese Music EnsembleGao HongMDRC LL05W 04:00PM 05:30PM15
MUSC189 Carleton Symphony BandR.RodmanMDRC LL05M 03:10PM 05:00PM F 03:30PM 05:00PM100
MUSC190 Carleton Jazz EnsembleD. SingleyMDRC PL16MW 06:30PM 08:00PM50
MUSC191 African Karimba EnsembleM. RussellLIBR 3053a8
MUSC192 West African Drum EnsembleJ. JohnsonMDRC LL05T 03:10PM 04:55PM15
MUSC194 Chamber MusicN. MelvilleTBATBA100
MUSC197 Class GuitarM. KreitzerMDRC LL05TH 01:50PM 03:00PM30
MUSC199 Class African DrumJ. JohnsonMDRC LL05T 01:50PM 03:00PM15
MUSC227 Introduction to the Perception and Cognition of MusicJ. LondonWCC TBA2,3c30
MUSC228 Music Perception LabJ. LondonWCC TBATBA15
MUSC250 00PianoStaff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250 01PianoN. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250 02PianoL. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250 03PianoM. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250 04PianoM. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC250J 00Piano (Juried)Staff, N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250J 01Piano (Juried)N. MelvilleTBATBA50
MUSC250J 02Piano (Juried)L. FishmanMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250J 03Piano (Juried)M. McCrightMUSI 214TBA50
MUSC250J 04Piano (Juried)M. WidmanMUSI 213TBA50
MUSC251 00VoiceStaff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251 01VoiceL. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251 02VoiceB. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC251 03VoiceP. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251 04VoiceM. MartzMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251 05VoiceR. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251J Voice (Juried)Staff, L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251J 01Voice (Juried)L. BurnettTBATBA50
MUSC251J 02Voice (Juried)B. AllenMUSI 211TBA50
MUSC251J 03Voice (Juried)P. KentMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC251J 04Voice (Juried)M. MartzMUSI 210TBA50
MUSC251J 05Voice (Juried)R. PenningMUSI 203TBA50
MUSC252 GuitarM. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA5
MUSC252J Guitar (Juried)M. KreitzerMUSI 303TBA5
MUSC255 00ViolinStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC255 01ViolinH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC255 02ViolinE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255 03ViolinM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255J 00Violin (Juried)Staff, H. ValdivaTBATBA50
MUSC255J 01Violin (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC255J 02Violin (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC255J 03Violin (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256 00ViolaStaff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC256 01ViolaH. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC256 02ViolaE. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256 03ViolaM. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256J 00Viola (Juried)Staff, H. ValdiviaTBATBA50
MUSC256J 01Viola (Juried)H. ValdiviaMUSI 212TBA50
MUSC256J 02Viola (Juried)E. EricksenMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC256J 03Viola (Juried)M. HorozanieckiMUSI 208TBA50
MUSC257 CelloT. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC257J Cello (Juried)T. Rosenberg, Z. PelletierMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC258 Classical String BassC. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC258J Classical String Bass (Juried)C. MartinMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC259 FluteM. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC259J Flute (Juried)M. JamsaMDRC LL30TBA50
MUSC260 01OboeM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260 02English HornM. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260J 01Oboe (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC260J 02English Horn (Juried)M. KlempMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC261 ClarinetN. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC261J Clarinet (Juried)N. OlsenMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC262 SaxophoneG. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC262J Saxophone (Juried)G. KeelMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC263 BassoonJ. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC263J Bassoon (Juried)J. BryceTBATBA50
MUSC264 French HornG. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC264J French Horn (Juried)G. AndersonMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC265 TrumpetL. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC265J Trumpet (Juried)L. DeichertMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC266 01TromboneR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266 02EuphoniumR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266J 01Trombone (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC266J 02Euphonium (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC267 TubaR. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC267J Tuba (Juried)R. RodmanMUSI 309TBA50
MUSC268 Orchestral PercussionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC268J Orchestral Percussion(Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC269 HarpE. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC269J Harp (Juried)E. NiemistoMDRC LL22TBA50
MUSC270 HarpsichordJ. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC270J Harpsichord (Juried)J. HallMDRC LL02TBA50
MUSC271 OrganJ. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC271J Organ (Juried)J. HallMDRC UL03TBA50
MUSC274 RecorderM. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC274J Recorder (Juried)M. KrusemeyerTBATBA50
MUSC275 Jazz PianoL. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC275J Jazz Piano (Juried)L. CavianiMDRC LL14TBA50
MUSC276 Acoustic & Electric BassT. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC276J Acoustic&ElectricBass(Juried)T. SchillingMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC277 Jazz & Blues GuitarD. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC277J Jazz & Blues Guitar (Juried)D. SingleyMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC278 Drum Set InstructionJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC278J Drum Set Instruction (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC279 Jazz ImprovisationStaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC279J Jazz Improvisation (Juried)StaffMDRC LL15TBA50
MUSC280 Raga: Voc/Instr Stdy/HindustaniD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC280J Raga: Hindustani (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC281 SitarD. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC281J Sitar (Juried)D. WhetstoneMDRC LL13TBA50
MUSC282 Chinese Musical InstrumentsGao HongMDRC LL20TBA2
MUSC282J Chinese Musical Inst (Juried)Gao HongMDRC LL20TBA2
MUSC283 Ethnic DrummingJ. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC283J Ethnic Drumming (Juried)J. JohnsonMDRC LL16TBA50
MUSC284 American Folk InstrumentsM. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC284J Amer Folk Instrument (Juried)M. KreitzerMDRC LL12TBA50
MUSC285J Composition (Juried)StaffMUSI 301TBA4
MUSC286J Composition (Juried)StaffMUSI 301TBA1
MUSC299 RecitalStaff, L. ArchboldTBATBA30
MUSC312 Romantic MusicL. ArchboldMUSI 1034a25
MUSC391 Independent StudyStaffTBATBA10
MUSC398 Music Major ColloquiumStaffMUSI 107TBA25
MUSC400 Integrative ExerciseL. ArchboldTBATBA15

Neuroscience (NEUR)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL125 00Genes, Evolution & Development with Problem SolvingD Walser-Kuntz/ B. Jacques-FrickeOLIN 1492a60
BIOL125L 53Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryS. DeelHUL 103W 02:00PM 06:00PM20
BIOL125L 54Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL125L 59Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
LING265 Language and BrainM. FlynnGOOD 034a25
PSYC260 Health PsychologyK. AbramsOLIN 1022,3c25

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL125 00Genes, Evolution & DevelopmentM. McKone/S. ZweifelOLIN 1493a100
BIOL125L 52Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103T 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL125L 53Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103W 02:00PM 06:00PM20
BIOL125L 54Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 01:00PM 05:00PM20
BIOL125L 59Genes, Evolution & Development LaboratoryStaffHUL 103TH 08:00AM 12:00PM20
BIOL126 00Energy Flow Biol SystemEnergy Flow in Biological SystemsD. Hougen-Eitzman/R. MitraOLIN 1492a60
BIOL240 00GeneticsA. KalisLEIG 3053a40
BIOL379 00Behavioral Genetics*M. Rand/S. ZweifelOLIN 022,3c15
PSYC216 Behavioral NeuroscienceS. MeertsWCC 2352,3c25
PSYC371 Evol & Devel Trends-CognitionJ. NeiworthOLIN 1024,5c15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
BIOL126 00Energy Flow in Biological SystemsRand/HernandezOLIN 1493a80
BIOL240 00GeneticsS. ZweifelLEIG 3054a40
BIOL342 00Animal Developmental BiologyA. KalisOLIN 043a20
BIOL343 01Animal Developmental Biology LaboratoryA. KalisHUL 206TH 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.16
BIOL386 00NeurobiologyB. Jacques-FrickeOLIN 044a18
NEUR395 00Neuroscience Capstone Seminar`M Rand, J. WolffOLIN 021,2c
PSYC263 Sleep and DreamingL. WichlinskiLDC 1043a25

Physical Education and Recreation (PE)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PE101 00AerobicsN. StuckmayerRSC 116TTH 04:00PM 05:10PM20
PE102 00Aikido, IntermediateE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 07:40PM 08:50PM40
PE103 00Aikido, BeginningE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 06:30PM 07:30PM40
PE104 00Aikido, AdvancedE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 08:55PM 09:35PM40
PE107 00Ballet IJ. BaderWCC 168MW 9:50AM 11:00AM25
PE108 00Ballet IIJ. BaderWCC 168MW 11:10AM 12:20PM25
PE125 00Folk DanceStaffWCC 168MW 05:45PM 06:45PM25
PE126 00Hip-Hop/House Street DanceStaffCOWL DANCMW 04:00PM 05:10PM25
PE127 00Frisbee, Beginning UltimateStaffRSC FIEL2,3c30
PE130 00Golf, AdvancedG. KallandWEST 209TH 01:15PM 03:00PM12
PE142 00KarateR. DobrowRSC 116W 06:30PM 08:00PM/S 10:00AM 11:00AM30
PE145 00Krav MagaStaffRSC 116T 06:30PM 07:30PM, TH 08:00PM 09:00PM12
PE148 00Modern Dance ID. McCoyWCC 165TTH 09:30AM 10:35AM25
PE149 00Modern Dance IID. McCoyWCC 165TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM25
PE150 00Contact ImprovisationJ. ShockleyWCC 165MW 12:30PM 1:40PM20
PE151 00Modern Dance IIIJ. ShockleyWCC 165MW 01:50PM 03:00PM25
PE158 01Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLMW 3:10PM 4:20PM12
PE158 02Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLMW 01:50PM 03:00PM12
PE158 03Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLTTH 03:10PM 04:10PM12
PE159 00Scuba PADI Open WaterJ. CampionWEST 101W 05:30PM 08:15PM30
PE161 00Self Defense for WomenM. BrandlCOWL DANCT 07:00PM 09:00PM24
PE167 00Social Dance IStaffCOWL 121MW 08:00 - 09:00PM40
PE168 00Social Dance IIStaffCOWL 121MW 04:00PM 05:10PM40
PE171 00Step AerobicsR. PetrickaCOWL DANCTTH 05:15PM 06:25PM20
PE172 00Swimming, FitnessA. ClarkWEST 101TTH 10:45AM-11:50AM24
PE173 00Swimming, InstructionalB. PlotzCOWL 012TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM15
PE177 00Swing DanceStaffWCC 165MW 08:00PM 09:00PM40
PE178 00Tae Kwon DoStaffCOWL 121T 06:30PM 08:30PM; TH 05:15PM 06:45PM30
PE190 00Volleyball, Co-edC. KosibaRSC FIELMW 12:30PM 1:40PM26
PE195 00Weight Training & ConditioningA.RushingRSC 113MW 08:30AM 09:40AM16
PE199 01Yoga, BeginningK. LaymanCOWL DANCTTH 09:30AM 10:35AM25
PE199 02Yoga, ContinuingK. LaymanCOWL DANCTTH 10:45AM 11:50AM25
PE199 03Yoga, PowerF. HagstromCOWL DANCMW 11:10AM 12:20PM25
PE217 00Cross Country, Intercollegiate MenDave RicksRSC FIELTBA40
PE218 00Cross Country, Intercollegiate WomenDonna RicksRSC FIELTBA40
PE226 00Football, IntercollegiateR. PagelSTAD 101TBA75
PE229 00Golf, Intercollegiate MenJ. EricksenTBATBA20
PE230 00Golf, Intercollegiate WomenE. SiegerTBATBA20
PE269 00Soccer, Intercollegiate MenB. CarlsonCOWL 121TBA60
PE270 00Soccer, Intercollegiate WomenJ. KellerCOWL 121TBA60
PE291 00Volleyball, IntercollegiateH. JaynesWEST GYMTBA50
PE348 00Contemporary Issues of AthleticsL. BattagliniRSC 2252,3c16

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PE101 00AerobicsN. StuckmayerRSC 116TTH 04:00PM 05:10PM20
PE102 00Aikido, IntermediateE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 07:40PM 08:50PM40
PE103 00Aikido, BeginningE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 06:30PM 07:30PM40
PE104 00Aikido, AdvancedE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 08:55PM 09:35PM40
PE105 00Badminton, BeginningA. EricksonCOWL 121MW 09:50AM 11:00AM16
PE106 00Badminton, IntermediateA. EricksonCOWL 121MW 11:10AM 12:20PM16
PE107 00Ballet IJ. BaderWCC 168MW 09:50AM 11:00AM25
PE108 00Ballet IIJ. BaderWCC 168MW 11:10AM 12:20PM25
PE111 00Basketball 3 x 3G. KallandWEST GYMTTH 10:45AM 11:50AM18
PE124 00Fitness for the AthleteJ. KellerRSC 116MW 11:10AM 12:20PM20
PE125 00Folk DanceStaffWCC 168MW 05:30PM 06:30PM25
PE131 01Ice Hockey, BeginningStaffRINK RINK5,6c20
PE131 02Ice Hockey, IntermediateStaffRINK RINK5,6c20
PE133 00Ice Skating, BeginningStaffRINK RINK5a20
PE134 00Ice Skating, IntermediateStaffRINK RINK6a20
PE142 00Karate ClubR. DobrowRSC 116W 06:30PM 08:00PM/S 10:00AM 11:00AM30
PE148 00Modern Dance ID. McCoyWCC 165TTH 09:30AM 10:35AM25
PE149 00Modern Dance IID. McCoyWCC 165TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM25
PE150 00Contact ImprovisationJ. ShockleyWCC 165MW 12:30PM 01:40PM20
PE151 00Modern Dance IIIJ. ShockleyWCC 165MW 01:50PM 03:00PM25
PE158 01Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLMW 03:10PM 04:20PM12
PE158 02Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLTTH 03:10PM 04:20PM12
PE158 03Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLMW 01:50PM 03:00PM12
PE162 00Women's Health & FitnessJ. KellerRSC 226MW 09:50AM 11:00AM20
PE167 00Social Dance IStaffCOWL DANCMW 03:10PM 04:20PM40
PE168 00Social Dance IIStaffCOWL 121MW 04:30PM 05:30PM40
PE169 00Social Dance Mid-Winter BallStaffCOWL 121MW 05:30PM 06:30PM; F 05:45PM 06:45PM40
PE171 00Step AerobicsR. PetrickaCOWL DANCTTH 05:15PM 06:25PM20
PE172 00Swimming, FitnessA. ClarkWEST 101TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM24
PE173 00Swimming, InstructionalB. PlotzCOWL 012TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM15
PE174 00Sport&Globalization in London/Seville: Intro Coaching ActivityB. CarlsonTBAOCS Program20
PE177 00Swing DanceStaffWCC 165MW 08:00PM 09:00PM40
PE178 00Tae Kwon DoStaffCOWL DANCT 06:30PM 08:30PM; TH 05:15PM 06:45PM30
PE181 00Table TennisR. PagelSTAD 101MW 11:10AM 12:20PM10
PE199 01Yoga, BeginningK. LaymanCOWL DANCTTH 09:30AM 10:35AM25
PE199 02Yoga, ContinuingK. LaymanCOWL DANCTTH 10:45AM 11:50AM25
PE199 03Power YogaF. HagstromCOWL DANCMW 09:50AM 11:00AM25
PE211 00Basketball, Intercollegiate MenG. KallandWEST GYMTBA30
PE212 00Basketball, Intercollegiate WomenC. KosibaWEST GYMTBA30
PE214 00Competitive Dance ClubA. ChaputCOWL DANCTBA50
PE231 00Ice Hockey Club, MenA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE232 00Ice Hockey Club, WomenA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE263 00Nordic Ski ClubA. ChaputARB OTHERTBA50
PE265 00Skiing, Alpine ClubA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE272 00Swimming/Diving, Intercollegiate MenA. ClarkWEST 101TBA30
PE273 00Swimming/Diving, Intercollegiate WomenA. ClarkWEST 101TBA30
PE276 00Synchro Swim ClubA. ChaputCOWL 012TBA50
PE286 00Indoor Track, Intercollegiate MenD. RicksRSC FIELMTWTH 03:30PM 05:30PM60
PE287 00Indoor Track, Intercollegiate WomenD. RicksRSC FIELMTWTH 03:30PM 05:30PM60
PE290 00Volleyball Club, MenA. ChaputCOWL 121TBA50
PE316 00Principles-Athletic TrainingC. AlladinRSC 225TTH 10:10AM 11:55AM18
PE332 00Sports Psychology & Perform MentalityJ. MuellerWCC 230MW 09:50AM 11:00AM; F 09:40AM 10:40AM22
PE338 00Sport&Globalization in London/Seville: Global AthleticsB. CarlsonTBAOCS Program20
PE340 00Intro Coaching PracticumB. CarlsonOCS Program20
PE350 00Methods, Principles & Philosophy of CoachingA. RushingRSC 225TH 01:15PM 03:00PM18

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PE101 00AerobicsN. StuckmayerRSC 116TTH 04:00PM 05:10PM20
PE102 00Aikido, IntermediateE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 07:40PM 08:50PM40
PE103 00Aikido, BeginningE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 06:30PM 07:30PM40
PE104 00Aikido, AdvancedE. SchlichtingCOWL DANCMW 08:55PM 09:35PM40
PE105 00Badminton, BeginningA. EricksonCOWL 121MW 09:50AM 11:00AM16
PE107 00Ballet IJ. BaderWCC 168MW 9:50AM 11:00AM25
PE108 00Ballet IIJ. BaderWCC 168MW 11:10AM 12:20PM25
PE109 00Ballet IIIJ. BaderWCC 168MW 12:30PM 1:40PM25
PE113 00BowlingR. PagelSTAD 101T 01:00PM 03:00PM16
PE120 00DivingStaffWEST 101TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM10
PE125 00Folk DanceStaffWCC 168MW 05:45PM 06:45PM25
PE126 Hip-Hop/House Street DanceStaffRSC 116MW 04:00PM 05:10PM25
PE128 00Frisbee, Advanced UltimateStaffRSC FIELMW 11:10AM 12:20PM25
PE129 00Golf, BeginningR. PagelSTAD 101MW 11:10AM 12:20PM12
PE130 01Golf, AdvancedG. KallandWEST 209TH 01:15PM 03:00PM12
PE142 00Karate ClubR. DobrowRSC 116W 06:30PM 08:00PM/S 10:00AM 11:00AM30
PE146 00LifeguardingA. ClarkWEST 101TTH 01:15PM 03:00PM12
PE147 00Moving AnatomyJ. ShockleyWCC 165MW 12:30PM 01:40PM20
PE148 00Modern Dance ID. McCoyWCC 165TTH 09:30AM 10:35AM25
PE149 00Modern Dance IID. McCoyWCC 165TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM25
PE151 00Modern Dance IIIJ. ShockleyWCC 165MW 01:50PM 03:00PM25
PE153 00Outdoor Skills-AdventuresJ. KellerARB OTHERTH 09:00AM 12:00PM20
PE158 01Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLMW 01:50PM 03:00PM12
PE158 02Rock ClimbingA. EricksonRSC WALLTTH 09:30AM 10:40AM12
PE159 00Scuba PADI Open WaterJ. CampionWEST 101W 05:30PM 08:15PM30
PE160 00Rock Climbing, AdvancedA. EricksonRSC WALLMW 03:10PM 04:20PM12
PE161 00Self Defense for WomenM. BrandlCOWL DANCT 07:00PM 09:00PM25
PE167 00Social Dance IStaffCOWL 121MW 08:00PM 09:00PM40
PE168 00Social Dance IIStaffCOWL 121MW 04:00PM 05:10PM40
PE171 00Step AerobicsR. PetrickaCOWL DANCTTH 05:15PM 06:25PM20
PE172 01Swimming, FitnessB. PlotzWEST 101MW 03:10PM 04:20PM24
PE172 02Swimming, FitnessB. PlotzWEST 101TTH 03:10PM 04:55PM24
PE173 00Swimming, InstructionalB. PlotzCOWL 012TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM15
PE176 00Swimming, SynchronizedStaffCOWL 012M/W 03:10 04:20PM12
PE177 00Swing DanceStaffWCC 165MW 08:00PM 09:00PM40
PE178 00Tae Kwon DoStaffCOWL 121T 06:30PM 08:30PM; TH 05:15PM 06:45PM30
PE179 00Swing Dance, AdvancedStaffCOWL DANCMW 04:00PM 05:10PM40
PE188 00Triathlon TrainingA. ClarkWEST 101MW 01:50PM 03:00PM24
PE190 00Volleyball, Co-edC. KosibaWEST GYMTTH 01:15PM 02:20PM26
PE191 00Water Polo, BeginningStaffWEST 101MW 09:50AM 11:00AM20
PE192 00Water Safety InstructorA. ClarkWEST 209TTH 10:10AM 11:55AM12
PE196 00Weight Training for WomenC. KosibaRSC 113TTH 10:45AM 11:50AM15
PE199 01Yoga, BeginningK. LaymanCOWL DANCTTH 09:30AM 10:35AM25
PE199 02Yoga, ContinuingK LaymanCOWL DANCTTH 10:45AM 11:50AM25
PE199 03Yoga, PowerF. HagstromCOWL DANCMW 09:50 11:00AM25
PE199 04YogaStaffCOWL DANCTTH 02:00PM 03:00PM25
PE205 00Badminton ClubA. ChaputCOWL 121TBA50
PE210 00Baseball IntercollegiateA. RushingRSC FIELTBA40
PE219 00Cycling ClubA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE227 00Frisbee, Ultimate: CUT&GOPA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE228 00Frisbee, Ultimate: Syzgy&EclipseA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE244 00Lacrosse Club, MenA. ChaputRSC FIELTBA50
PE245 00Lacrosse Club, WomenA. ChaputRSC FIELTBA50
PE258 00Rugby Club, MenA. ChaputRSC FIELTBA50
PE259 00Rugby Club, WomenA. ChaputRSC FIELTBA50
PE260 00Sailing ClubA. ChaputTBATBA50
PE271 00Softball IntercollegiateA. EricksonRSC FIELTBA20
PE282 00Tennis, Intercollegiate MenS. ZweifelBELL COURTBA18
PE283 00Tennis, Intercollegiate WomenL. BattagliniRSC FIELTBA10
PE284 00Tennis ClubA. ChaputBELL COURTBA50
PE288 00Outdoor Track, Intercollegiate MenDave RicksSTAD 101TBA60
PE289 00Outdoor Track, Intercollegiate WomenDonna RicksSTAD 101TBA60
PE293 00Water Polo ClubA. ChaputWEST 101TBA50
PE316 00Principles-Athletic TrainingC. AlladinRSC 225TTH 10:10AM 11:55AM18

Physics (PHYS)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PHYS131 Introduction to Physics: Newtonian MechanicsC. BlahaOLIN 1415a48
PHYS131L Introduction to Physics: Newtonian Mechanics LabC. BlahaOLIN 301T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS131L Introduction to Physics: Newtonian Mechanics LabC. BlahaOLIN 301TH 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS142 Introduction to Physics: Matter and InteractionsA. PattanayakOLIN 025a24
PHYS142L Introduction to Physics: Matter and Interactions LabA. PattanayakOLIN 301TH 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS151 Introduction to Physics: Relativity and ParticlesB. TitusOLIN 025a24
PHYS151L Introduction to Physics: Relativity and Particles LabB. TitusOLIN 301TH 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS153 Fluid and WavesStaffOLIN 1415a48
PHYS153L Fluid and Waves LabStaffOLIN 301T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS153L Fluid and Waves LabStaffOLIN 301TH 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS228 0Atomic and Nuclear PhysicsE. HazlettOLIN 024a36
PHYS228L Atomic & Nuclear Physics LabM. BaylorOLIN 211T 08:00AM 12:00PM12
PHYS228L Atomic and Nuclear LabE. HazlettOLIN 211T 01:00PM 05:00PM12
PHYS228L Atomic and Nuclear LabE. HazlettOLIN 211TH 08:00AM 12:00PM12
PHYS343 ElectronicsN. ChristensenOLIN 2042a24
PHYS343L Electronics LabN. ChristensenOLIN 210TH 08:00AM 12:00PM12
PHYS343L Electronics LabN. ChristensenOLIN 210T 01:00PM 05:00PM12
PHYS346 Thermodynamics and Statistical MechanicsA. PattanayakOLIN 1013a24
PHYS355 Topics Advanced Clas MechanicsB. TitusOLIN 1011a24
PHYS356 1Special ProjectStaff
PHYS356 2Special Project (2nd five weeks)StaffTBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PHYS131 Introduction to Physics: Newtonian MechanicsE. HazlettOLIN 1014a24
PHYS131L Introduction to Physics: Newtonian Mechanics LabE. HazlettOLIN 301T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS141 Introduction to Physics: Gravity and the CosmosC. BlahaOLIN 1414a48
PHYS141L Introduction to Physics: Gravity and the Cosmos LabC. BlahaOLIN 301T 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS141L Introduction to Physics: Gravity and the Cosmos LabC. BlahaOLIN 301TH 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS151 01Introduction to Physics: Relativity and ParticlesN. ChristensenOLIN 1414a48
PHYS151 02Introduction to Physics: Relativity and ParticlesE. HazlettOLIN 1014a24
PHYS151L Introduction to Physics: Relativity and Particles LabE. HazlettOLIN 301T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS151L Introduction to Physics: Relativity and Particles LabN. ChristensenOLIN 301T 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS151L Introduction to Physics: Relativity and Particles LabN. ChristensenOLIN 301TH 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS165 Intro Electric, Magnet, OpticsM. BaylorOLIN 044a48
PHYS165L Intro Elect, Magnet, Optic LabM. BaylorOLIN 210T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS165L Intro Elect, Magnet, Optic LabM. BaylorOLIN 210TH 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS229 0Analytical MechanicsB. TitusOLIN 041a32
PHYS230 0Computational MechanicsB. TitusOLIN 041a32
PHYS335 Quantum MechanicsA. PattanayakOLIN 022a32
PHYS341 WavesC. BlahaOLIN 2043a16
PHYS356 1Special ProjectStaff
PHYS356 2Special Project (2nd 5 weeks)StaffTBA
PHYS400 1Integrative ExerciseM. BaylorOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 1Integrative ExerciseM. BaylorOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 2Integrative ExerciseC. BlahaOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 2Integrative ExerciseC. BlahaOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 3Integrative ExerciseN. ChristensenOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 3Integrative ExerciseN. ChristensenOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 4Integrative ExerciseM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 4Integrative ExerciseM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 5Integrative ExerciseA. PattanayakOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 5Integrative ExerciseA. PattanayakOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 6Integrative ExerciseB. TitusOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 6Integrative ExerciseB. TitusOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 7Integrative ExerciseJ. WeisbergOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 7Integrative ExerciseJ. WeisbergOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 8Integrative ExerciseE. HazlettOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 8Integrative ExerciseE. HazlettOLIN 141WF 6a4

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PHYS123 0What Physicists DoStaffOLIN 141Friday only 6a48
PHYS131 Introduction to Physics: Newtonian MechanicsA. PattanayakOLIN 1415a48
PHYS131L Introduction to Physics: Newtonian Mechanics LabA. PattanayakOLIN 301T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS131L Newtonian Mechanics LabA. PattanayakOLIN 301TH 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS151 Introduction to Physics: Relativity and ParticlesB. TitusOLIN 1015a24
PHYS151 L Introduction to Physics: Relativity and Particles LabB. TitusOLIN 301TH 08:00AM 12:00PM24
PHYS152 Introduction to Physics: Environmental PhysicsA. PattanayakOLIN 1415a24
PHYS152L Introduction to Physics: Environmental Physics LabA. PattanayakOLIN 301T 01:00PM 05:00PM24
PHYS234 Cmptr Simulatn/Complex Phys SyB. TitusOLIN 3024,5c16
PHYS235 Electricity and MagnetismM. BaylorOLIN 1413a36
PHYS235L Electricity and Magnetism LabM. BaylorOLIN 210T 08:00AM 12:00PM12
PHYS235L Electricity and Magnetism LabM. BaylorOLIN 210TH 08:00AM 12:00PM12
PHYS235L Electricity and Magnetism LabN. ChristensenOLIN 210T 01:00PM 05:00PM12
PHYS342 0Contemporary Experimental PhysicsM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 045a24
PHYS342L 1Contemporary Experimental Physics LabM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 211T 08:00AM 12:00PM12
PHYS342L 2Contemporary Experimental Physics LabM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 211TH 01:00PM 05:00PM12
PHYS352 0Advanced Electricity and MagnetismN. ChristensenOLIN 1012a16
PHYS354 Solid State PhysicsE. HazlettOLIN 1034a12
PHYS356 1Special ProjectStaff
PHYS356 2Special Project/ 2nd five weeksStaffOther
PHYS400 1Integrative ExerciseM. BaylorOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 1Integrative ExerciseM. BaylorOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 2Integrative ExerciseC. BlahaOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 2Integrative ExerciseC. BlahaOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 3Integrative ExerciseN. ChristensenOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 3Integrative ExerciseN. ChristensenOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 4Integrative ExerciseM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 4Integrative ExerciseM. Eblen-ZayasOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 5Integrative ExerciseA. PattanayakOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 5Integrative ExerciseA. PattanayakOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 6Integrative ExerciseB. TitusOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 6Integrative ExerciseB. TitusOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 7Integrative ExerciseJ. WeisbergOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 7Integrative ExerciseJ. WeisbergOLIN 141WF 6a4
PHYS400 8Integrative ExerciseE. HazlettOLIN 141M 08:30AM 09:40AM4
PHYS400 8Integrative ExerciseE. HazlettOLIN 141WF 6a4

Political Science (POSC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipD. GuptaLEIG 3042a35
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
POSC160 Political PhilosophyM. Czobor-LuppWEITZ 1334,5c30
POSC170 Intl Reltns & World PoliticsH. Bou NassifWEITZ 2332a30
POSC201 Lobbyists, Wonks & Soc Media: Pub Policy Making in DemocR. KeiserLIBR 3444a25
POSC224 Measuring and Evaluating Social and Ecological SystemsB. AllenWCC 2355,6c25
POSC225 The Global-Local Commons: Sustainability, Diversity, Self-Govt in Complex Soc-Ecol SystemsB. AllenWCC 2354,5c25
POSC230 Methods of Political ResearchK. FreezeWEITZ 2351,2c18
POSC231 American Foreign PolicyS. SchierWILL 2112,3c25
POSC248 The U.S.-China RelationshipB. LevinLEIG 3045,6c25
POSC251 Modern Political PhilosophyL. CooperWEITZ 1364,5c25
POSC266 Urban Political EconomyR. KeiserLIBR 3445a25
POSC268 Globl Environ Politics&PolicyT. MyintWILL 2052a25
POSC276 Imagination in PoliticsM. Czobor-LuppWILL 2052,3c25
POSC281 Global Society: An Approach to World PoliticsB. AllenWCC 2332,3c25
POSC313 Legal Issues in Higher EducationS. PoskanzerLIBR 3445,6c15
POSC328 Foreign Policy Analysis*G. MarfleetWCC 2314,5c25
POSC338 Politics of Inequality and Poverty*K. FreezeWEITZ 1362,3c15
POSC358 Comparative Social Movements*D. GuptaWCC 136MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
POSC361 Approaches to Development*T. MyintWEITZ 231MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
POSC371 Modern Political Philosophy*L. CooperWEITZ 1364,5c25
POSC400 02Integrative ExerciseR. KeiserTBA25
POSC400 03Integrative ExerciseH. Bou NassifTBA25
POSC400 05Integrative ExerciseT. MyintTBA25
POSC400 06Integrative ExerciseB. AllenTBA25
POSC400 07Integrative ExerciseK. FreezeTBA25
POSC400 08Integrative ExerciseL. CooperTBA25
POSC400 11Integrative ExerciseD. GuptaTBA25
POSC400 12Integrative ExerciseG. MarfleetTBA25
POSC400 13Integrative ExerciseM. Czobor-LuppTBA25

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipD. GuptaWILL 2113a35
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty & EqualityS. SchierWILL 2115,6c30
POSC170 01Intl Reltns & World PoliticsT. MyintWILL 2112a30
POSC170 02Intl Reltns & World PoliticsH. Bou NassifWILL 2052,3c30
POSC203 Political Communication: Pol Advertising in Elections & Public PolicyB. AllenWCC 2332,3c25
POSC220 Politics & Political History in FilmB. AllenWCC 2334,5c25
POSC230 Methods of Political ResearchG. MarfleetWILL 1144,5c30
POSC237 Southeast Asian PoliticsT. MyintWILL 2055a25
POSC245 Politics of the Middle East I (1918-67)H. Bou NassifWILL 2054,5c25
POSC259 Justice Among NationsL. CooperWEITZ 1364,5c15
POSC264 Pol of Contemporary ChinaK. FreezeWILL 2052a25
POSC265 Capitalist Crises, Power & PolicyK. FreezeWILL 2051a25
POSC267 Comparative Foreign PolicyG. MarfleetWILL 2032,3c25
POSC272 Constitutional Law IIK. SmithWILL 1143a25
POSC277 Religion in Politics: Conflict or Dialogue?M. Czobor-LuppWILL 2035a25
POSC303 Political Communication: Pol Advertising in Elections & Public Policy*B. AllenWCC 2332,3c25
POSC349 Justice Among Nations*L. CooperWEITZ 1364,5c15
POSC400 03Integrative ExerciseH. Bou NassifTBA25
POSC400 05Integrative ExerciseT. MyintTBA25
POSC400 06Integrative ExerciseB. AllenTBA25
POSC400 07Integrative ExerciseK. FreezeTBA25
POSC400 08Integrative ExerciseL. CooperTBA25
POSC400 11Integrative ExerciseD. GuptaTBA25
POSC400 12Integrative ExerciseG. MarfleetTBA25
POSC400 13Integrative ExerciseM. Czobor-LuppTBA25
WGST234 Feminist TheoryK. BloomerLEIG 2362a

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
POSC120 Democracy and DictatorshipA. MonteroWEITZ 2334a35
POSC122 Politics in America: Liberty and EqualityR. KeiserLEIG 4023a30
POSC160 01Political PhilosophyL. CooperWCC 1322a25
POSC160 02Political PhilosophyM. Czobor-LuppWEITZ 1334,5c30
POSC212 Environmental JusticeK. SmithWILL 2113a25
POSC230 Methods of Political ResearchK. FreezeWEITZ 2351,2c18
POSC246 Politics of the Middle East II (1967-2011)H. Bou NassifLEIG 3045,6c25
POSC247 Comparative NationalismD. GuptaWILL 2054,5c25
POSC284 War and Peace in Northern IrelandD. GuptaWILL 2052,3c25
POSC286 The Vietnam War with Reflections on Iraq & AfghanistanB. LevinLEIG 3044,5c25
POSC288 Washington: A Global Conversation, Part IG. MarfleetTBA20
POSC289 Washington: A Global Conversation, Part IIB. AllenTBA20
POSC293 07Washington: A Global Conversation, InternshipAllen/MarfleetTBA20
POSC320 Authoritarianism & Democratization in the Middle East*H. Bou NassifWCC 2312,3c15
POSC333 Global Social Changes & Sustainability*T. MyintWCC 136MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
POSC348 Strangers, Foreigners & Exiles*M. Czobor-LuppWCC 1362,3c15
POSC364 Capitalism and Its Critics*A. MonteroWEITZ 233MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
POSC400 02Integrative ExerciseR. KeiserTBA25
POSC400 03Integrative ExerciseH. Bou NassifTBA25
POSC400 05Integrative ExerciseT. MyintTBA25
POSC400 07Integrative ExerciseK. FreezeTBA25
POSC400 08Integrative ExerciseL. CooperTBA25
POSC400 11Integrative ExerciseD. GuptaTBA25
POSC400 13Integrative ExerciseM. Czobor-LuppTBA25

Psychology (PSYC)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PSYC110 01Principles of PsychologyTBAOLIN 1495a35
PSYC110 02Principles of PsychologyK. GalottiOLIN 1024a35
PSYC110 03Principles of PsychologyN. LutskyLDC 1045a35
PSYC210 Psychology of LearningJ. NeiworthOLIN 1022a25
PSYC211 01Lab Research Meth in LearningJ. NeiworthHUL B122,3c12
PSYC211 02Lab Research Meth in LearningJ. NeiworthHUL B124,5c12
PSYC248 Cross-Cultural PsychologyS. AkimotoOLIN 1025,6c25
PSYC254 PsychopathologyS. KozbergOLIN 1012,3c25
PSYC260 Health PsychologyK. AbramsOLIN 1022,3c25
PSYC261 01Health Psychology LabK. AbramsOLIN 116T 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC261 02Health Psychology LabK. AbramsOLIN 116W 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC369 Neurochemistry of Love & SexS. MeertsOLIN 103MW 01:50PM 03:35PM15
PSYC3XX Social Psyc SeminarTBAOLIN 1031,2c15
PSYC3XX Cog/Neuro Psyc SeminarTBAOLIN 1034,5c15
PSYC400 01Integrative ExerciseK.AbramsTBA
PSYC400 02Integrative ExerciseS. AkimotoTBA
PSYC400 03Integrative ExerciseS. KozbergTBA
PSYC400 04Integrative ExerciseN. LutskyTBA
PSYC400 05Integrative ExerciseS. MeertsTBA
PSYC400 06Integrative ExerciseJ. NeiworthTBA
PSYC400 07Integrative ExerciseM. Van Der WegeTBA
PSYC400 08Integrative ExerciseL. WichlinskiTBA
PSYC400 09Integrative ExerciseTBATBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CGSC232 Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 1022a24
PSYC110 01Principles of PsychologyL. WichlinskiOLIN 1024a35
PSYC110 02Principles of PsychologyTBAOLIN 1025a35
PSYC200 Measurement & Data AnalysisM. Van Der WegeOLIN 1023a25
PSYC201 01Lab Research in Data AnalysisM. Van Der WegeOLIN 1041,2c12
PSYC201 02Lab Research in Data AnalysisM. Van Der WegeOLIN 1042,3c12
PSYC216 Behavioral NeuroscienceS. MeertsWCC 2352,3c25
PSYC217 01Lab in Behavioral NeuroscienceS. MeertsHUL B04T 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC217 02Lab in Behavioral NeuroscienceS. MeertsHUL B04W 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC232 Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 1022a24
PSYC233 01Research-Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 11M 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC233 02Research-Cognitive ProcessesK. GalottiOLIN 11T 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC256 Soc Behav & Interpers ProcessN. LutskyOLIN 1021a25
PSYC257 01Soc Beh&Interps Process LabN. LutskyOLIN 112T 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC257 02Soc Beh&Interps Process LabN. LutskyOLIN 112TH 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC2XX Social PSYC topic TBATBAOLIN 024a25
PSYC362 Psychology of Spoken WordsJ. StrandOLIN 1032,3c15
PSYC371 Evol & Devel Trends-CognitionJ. NeiworthOLIN 1024,5c15
PSYC3XX Social NeuroscienceS. Akimoto, L. WichlinskiOLIN 1014,5c15
PSYC400 01Integrative ExerciseK. AbramsTBA
PSYC400 02Integrative ExerciseS. AkimotoTBA
PSYC400 03Integrative ExerciseS. KozbergTBA
PSYC400 04Integrative ExerciseN. LutskyTBA
PSYC400 05Integrative ExerciseS. MeertsTBA
PSYC400 06Integrative ExerciseJ. NeiworthTBA
PSYC400 07Integrative ExerciseJ. StrandTBA
PSYC400 08Integrative ExerciseM.VanDerWegeTBA
PSYC400 09Integrative ExerciseL. WichlinskiTBA
PSYC400 10Integrative ExerciseTBATBA

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
PSYC110 01Principles of PsychologyJ. NeiworthOLIN 1021a35
PSYC110 02Principles of PsychologyJ. StrandOLIN 1022a35
PSYC110 03Principles of PsychologyS. MeertsOLIN 1024a35
PSYC110 04Principles of PsychologyTBAOLIN 1411a35
PSYC238 Memory ProcessesM. Van Der WegeWCC 2353a25
PSYC250 Developmental PsychologyK.GalottiOLIN 022a25
PSYC263 Sleep and DreamingL. WichlinskiLDC 1043a25
PSYC267 Clinical NeuroscienceL. WichlinskiOLIN 1025a25
PSYC299 01Capstone Seminar: GeneralJ. NeiworthOLIN 1021,2c15
PSYC299 02Capstone Seminar: GeneralJ.Strand, M.Van Der WegeOLIN 1031,2c14
PSYC299 03Capstone Seminar: GeneralK.Abrams, S. AkimotoOLIN 1011,2c15
PSYC2XX Cog/Neuro PsycTBAOLIN 024a25
PSYC2XX 01Cog/Neuro Psyc LabTBAOLIN 11T 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC2XX 02Cog/Neuro Psyc LabTBAOLIN 11TH 02:00PM 05:00PM12
PSYC354 Counseling PsychologyS. KozbergOLIN 1012,3c25
PSYC382 Topics Social & Personality: EndingsN. LutskyOLIN 1014,5c15
PSYC384 Psychology of PrejudiceS. AkimotoOLIN 1032,3c15
PSYC397 Bio & Behavioral PsycJ. NeiworthOLIN 1021,2c
PSYC398 Cognitive & Develop PsycJ.Strand, M.Van Der WegeOLIN 1031,2c
PSYC399 Soc,Personlty,Clinic&HealthK.AbramsOLIN 1011,2c

Religion (RELG)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
RELG100 American UtopiasMMcNallyLEIG 3032a30
RELG100 Reimagining GodLPearsonLEIG 3034a
RELG110 Understanding ReligionKBloomerLEIG 3044a30
RELG153 Hist of East Asian ReligionsASangoLEIG 4265a25
RELG221 Judaism and GenderSSippyLEIG 3302,3c25
RELG243 Native Amer Relg FreedomMMcNallyLEIG 4024a25
RELG282 Samurai: Ethics of Death and LoyaltyASangoLEIG 4263a25
RELG2xx Bhagavad GitaRJacksonLIBR 3444,5c25
RELG2xx Prophecy, Social Criticism, JeremiadKWolfeLEIG 3304,5c25
RELG340 Contemporary Islamic RenewalNSalomonLIBR 3055,6c15

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH164 Buddhist ArtK RyorBOLI 1612,3c
RELG110 Understanding ReligionMMcNallyLEIG 4264,5c30
RELG120 Introduction to JudaismSSippyLEIG 3304,5c30
RELG122 Introduction to IslamNSalomonWEITZ 2302a25
RELG227 Liberation TheologiesLPearsonLEIG 2364,5c25
RELG262 Islamic AfricaNSalomonLIBR 3055a25
RELG287 Many MarysKBloomerLIBR 3445a25
RELG300 Theories & Methods in Stdy of ReligionMMcNallyLEIG 3012,3c15
RELG399 Senior Research SeminarLPearsonLEIG 3032,3c15
RELG3xx Religion and Post-Colonial TheoryKWolfeLEIG 3305,6c15

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
RELG110 Understanding ReligionNSalomonWEITZ 2305a30
RELG121 Introduction to ChristianityLPearsonLEIG 3054a30
RELG130 Native American ReligionsMMcNallyLEIG 4023a30
RELG150 Religions of South AsiaKBloomerLEIG 4263a30
RELG254 Zen BuddhismPGregory4,5c25
RELG264 Islamic PoliticsNSalomonWEITZ 2302a25
RELG289 Global Religions in MinnesotaSSippyLEIG 3304,5c25
RELG2xx Buddhism and the BeatsPGregory2,3c25
RELG2xx Colonialism and Christianity in the Global "South"KBloomerLEIG 3045a
RELG365 MysticismRJacksonLIBR 3445,6c15
RELG400 Integrative ExerciseLPearsonTBA--

Sociology and Anthropology (SOAN)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
SOAN100 Working Across our LivesA. NierobiszLEIG 3034a15
SOAN110 Introduction to AnthropologyJ. LeviLEIG 3052,3c30
SOAN111 Introduction to SociologyD. WilliamsLEIG 2362a30
SOAN203 Anthropology of Good IntentionC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 2361,2c25
SOAN204 Media & SocietyB. FullerLEIG 3305a25
SOAN272 Race and EthnicityD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25
SOAN330 Sociological Thought & TheoryB. FullerLDC 3302a
SOAN333 Environmental AnthropologyC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4264,5c15
SOAN396 Advanced Sociological and Anthropological WritingP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 3012,3c10
SOAN396 Advanced Sociological and Anthropological WritingP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 3014,5c10
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseB. FullerTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseP. Feldman-SavelsbergTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseJ. LeviTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseA. NierobiszTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseC. Ocampo-RaederTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseD. WilliamsTBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
SOAN110 Introduction to AnthropologyC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 3042,3c30
SOAN111 Introduction to SociologyB. FullerLEIG 2361a30
SOAN227 Masculinity, Gender, DifferenceD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25
SOAN240 Methods of Social ResearchA. NierobiszLEIG 3304a30
SOAN241 Field Research MethodsJ LeviTBA
SOAN251 Comm Devel, Cult EmpowermentJ LeviTBA25
SOAN256 Africa: Representation and ConflictP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 4022,3c25
SOAN262 Anthro of Health and IllnessP Feldman-SavelsbergLEIG 2364,5c25
SOAN283 Immigration in Europe and USD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25
SOAN290 Reading CourseJ. LeviTBA
SOAN295 Independent Field ProjectJ LeviTBA25
SOAN340 Topics in Critical Social TheoryB. FullerLEIG 3305a15
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseP. Feldman-SavelsbergTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseB. FullerTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseJ. LeviTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseA. NierobiszTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseC. Ocampo-RaederTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseD. WilliamsTBA

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARCN395 Archaeology: Science, Ethics, Nationalism and Cultural PropertyA. Knodell, M. SavinaT 01:15PM 05:00PM20
SOAN110 Introduction to AnthropologyJ. LeviLEIG 4022,3c30
SOAN111 Introduction to SociologyA. NierobiszLEIG 3042a30
SOAN202 Girls Gone BadA. NierobiszLEIG 2365a25
SOAN217 CapitalismB. FullerLEIG 3303a25
SOAN225 Social MovementsD. WilliamsLEIG 3304a25
SOAN233 Anthropology of FoodC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4261,2c25
SOAN250 Ethnography of Latin AmericaC. Ocampo-RaederLEIG 4265,6c25
SOAN257 Culture & Pol in IndiaM. Seehgal2,3c25
SOAN331 Anthropologcl Thought & TheoryJ. LeviLEIG 3032,3c
SOAN395 Ethnography of ReproductionP Feldman-Savelsberg2,3c
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseP. Feldman-SavelsbergTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseB. FullerTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseJ. LeviTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseA. NierobiszTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseC. Ocampo-RaederTBA
SOAN400 Integrative ExerciseD. WilliamsTBA

Spanish (SPAN)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
SPAN101 01Elementary SpanishD. Pearsall1MF16
SPAN101 02Elementary SpanishD. Pearsall2MF16
SPAN101 03Elementary SpanishStaff3MF16
SPAN101 04Elementary SpanishStaff4MF16
SPAN101 05Elementary SpanishP. Alvarez Blanco5MF16
SPAN204 01Intermediate SpanishL. Burdell1a16
SPAN204 02Intermediate SpanishL. Burdell2a16
SPAN204 03Intermediate SpanishF. Contreras2a16
SPAN204 04Intermediate SpanishB. Boling3a16
SPAN204 05Intermediate SpanishF. Contreras3a16
SPAN204 06Intermediate SpanishY. Pérez4a16
SPAN204 08Intermediate SpanishB. Pariente Beltran4a16
SPAN204 09Intermediate SpanishJ. Brioso5a16
SPAN204 10Intermediate SpanishB. Pariente Beltran5a
SPAN204 11Intermediate SpanishJ. Brioso6a16
SPAN205 Conversation & CompositionJ. Cerna BezanLDC 3021a
SPAN208 Coffee and NewsJ. BriosoW 12:30-1:4010
SPAN220 Magical Realism-Ltam NarrB. Boling2a
SPAN221 07Filming MadridMadrid Program FacultyTBA
SPAN229 07Current Issues in Span PoltcsMadrid Program FacultyTBA
SPAN247 07Spanish Art LiveMadrid Program FacultyMadrid
SPAN277 The Poem As ArtifactJ. Cerna Bezan3a
SPAN320 New Spanish VoicesP. Alvarez Blanco4a
SPAN328 Contemporary Fiction and the MarketP. Alvarez Blanco3a
SPAN349 07Madrid in Spanish LiteratureMadrid Program FacultyTBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
SPAN102 01Elementary SpanishL. Burdell1MF16
SPAN102 02Elementary SpanishD. Pearsall1MF16
SPAN102 03Elementary SpanishL. Burdell2MF16
SPAN102 04Elementary SpanishF. Contreras3MF16
SPAN102 05Elementary SpanishS. Lopez4MF16
SPAN102 06Elementary SpanishF. Contreras4MF16
SPAN102 08Elementary SpanishB. Pariente Beltran5MF16
SPAN204 01Intermediate SpanishJ. Cerna Bezan1a16
SPAN205 01Conversatin and CompositionH. Huergo5,6c20
SPAN208 Coffee and NewsJ. BriosoLDC 335W 12:30-1:4010
SPAN242 Intro to Latin American LitS. Lopez5a
SPAN263 Hist of Human RightsJ. Brioso4,5c
SPAN342 Ltam Thea:Nation,Power,GenderB. Boling2,3c
SPAN366 Jorge Luis BorgesJ. Brioso5,6c

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
SPAN103 01Intermediate SpanishD. Pearsall1MF20
SPAN103 02Intermediate SpanishB. Boling1MF16
SPAN103 03Intermediate SpanishB. Boling2MF16
SPAN103 04Intermediate SpanishStaff2MF16
SPAN103 05Intermediate SpanishP. Alvarez Blanco3MF16
SPAN103 06Intermediate SpanishB. Pariente Beltran4MF16
SPAN103 08Intermediate SpanishB. Pariente-Beltran5MF16
SPAN103 09Intermediate SpanishF. Contreras5MF16
SPAN103 10Intermediate Spanish6MF16
SPAN205 Composition and ConversationH. Huergo5,6c20
SPAN205 02Conversation & CompositionJ. Cerna Bezan1a
SPAN208 Coffee and NewsJ. BriosoTBAW 01:50PM 03:00PM10
SPAN244 Spain Today-Recent Changes through Narrative and FilmP. Alvarez Blanco4a
SPAN3XX NO TITLE - PLEASE FIXJ. Cerna Bezan3a
SPAN3xx NO TITLE - PLEASE FIXH. Huergo4,5c

Theater (THEA)

Women's and Gender Studies (WGST)

Fall 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ENGL217 00A Novel EducationJ. LeimanLAIR 2112,3c25
HIST122 U.S. Women's Hist to 1877A. IgraLEIG 3305,6c30
POSC276 Imagination in PoliticsM. Czobor-LuppWILL 2052,3c25
RELG221 Judaism and GenderSSippyLEIG 3302,3c25
WGST112 Intro to LGBT/Queer StudiesKumarLEIG 2362a30
WGST200 Gender, Power & the Pursuit of KnowledgeM SeghalLEIG 3302,3c
WGST220 LGBTQ Movements in the U. S.KumarLEIG 2365a
WGST400 CompsStaffTBA

Winter 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
ARTH220 Gender&Genre:Japanese PrintsK RyorBOLI 1614,5c
BIOL101 00Human Reproduction & SexualityM. RandCMC 2094,5c30
CLAS214 Gender and Sexuality in Classical AntiquityC. Hardy5a25
ENGL319 00The Rise of the NovelJ. LeimanLAIR 2125a20
HIST123 U.S. Women's Hist Since 1877A. IgraLEIG 3302,3c30
HIST259 Women in South AsiaAmna KhalidLEIG 2364a25
HIST280 Africans in the Arab WorldT WillisLEIG 4263a25
RELG287 Many MarysKBloomerLIBR 3445a25
SOAN227 Masculinity, Gender, DifferenceD. WilliamsLEIG 2363a25
WGST110 Intro Women's & Gender StudiesM. SehgalLEIG 2364,5c30
WGST234 Feminist TheoryK. BloomerLEIG 2362a
WGST400 CompsStaffTBA

Spring 2015/16

CourseNameInstructorLocationScheduleMaxNotes
CAMS225 Film NoirC. DonelanWCC 1324,5c25
ENGL218 00The Gothic SpiritJ. LeimanLAIR 2124,5c
HIST229 Working With GenderA IgraLEIG 2025,6c25
SOAN202 Girls Gone BadA. NierobiszLEIG 2365a25
SOAN395 Ethnography of ReproductionP Feldman-Savelsberg2,3c
SPAN244 Spain Today-Recent Changes through Narrative and FilmP. Alvarez Blanco4a
THEA351 Women Playwrights/Women RolesR. WeinerWCC 1363a15
WGST2xx Gender, Violence and Feminist Self-DefenseM. SehgalLEIG 2365,6c
WGST400 CompsStaffTBA