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I3CM5IHAM rCUNG LNIYCCSITy 3 



SCNEI^L ADHINISTI^ATICN 



Room No. 
Position and Officer and Bldg. 

President, Dallin H. Oaks D346 ASB 

Executive Vice-President, Ben E. Lewis D364 ASB 

Academic Vice-President, Robert K. Thomas D380 ASB 
Vice-President and General Counsel, 

Clyde D. Sandgren D357 ASB 

Associate Academic Vice-President, 

Robert J. Smith D387 ASB 

Assistant Academic Vice-President, 

William R. Siddoway C341 ASB 

Assistant Vice-President, Business, 

Fred A. Schwendiman C173 ASB 

Administrative Assistant to the President 

and Director of Summer School, 

Dean A. Peterson C356 ASB 



Room No. 
Position and Office and Bldg. 

Director of University Development, 

Richard C. Stratford D353 ASB 

Assistant to the President, Communications, 

Heber G. Wolsey D341 ASB 

Dean of Students, J. Elliot Cameron A209 ASB 

Dean of Admissions and Records A185 ASB 

Physical Plant Director, Sam F. Brewster .... 219 PHP 

Treasurer, Ferrin Orton D148 ASB 

Graduate School Dean, Chaimcey C. Riddle A208 ASB 
Division of Continuing Education Dean .... 290 HRCB 

Libraries Director, Donald K. Nelson 324 JRCL 

Alumni Relations Director, Ronald G. Hyde .... 121 AL 
Computer Research Center Director, 

Gary Carlson 167 MSCB 



rCl^lM AND DCVCTICNAL 



The forum and devotional assemblies provide stu- 
dents an opportunity for a unique educational ex- 
perience. General Authorities of The Church of Jesus 
Christ of Latter-day Saints are featured in the de- 
votional assemblies held each Tuesday. On Thursday, 
forum assemblies feature renowned scholars, artists, 
personalities, and students. Both forum and de- 
votional are held from 10 to 11 a.m. in the field- 
house. To get credit for forum and devotional, a 
student must attend the assemblies in one of six 
places. He can attend the assemblies in person at the 
Smith Fieldhouse, watch them telecast at the de Jong 
Concert Hall and Joseph Smith Auditorium, or listen 
to a broadcast of the assemblies in the Varsity 
Theater, Pardoe Drama Theatre, or Little Theater 
(C321 ELWC). 

Students may register for either or both series. 



Each series carries h credit hour per semester. To 
obtain credit for either forum or devotional a student 
must register for and attend eleven assemblies per 
semester. He must also fill out and sign a certifica- 
tion of attendance form that will be available to him 
on the last week that a forum or devotional assem- 
bly is held each semester. 

At BYU, a student may apply a maximum of 
four semester hours of devotional credit toward the 
general education requirements in religion. "Diis 
credit, however, cannot be submitted for the courses 
required in the first two years of religious instruc- 
tion. (For full instruction on basic requirements in 
religion, see peiges 15-16 in this schedule. Credit 
for forum assemblies may be counted toward total 
credit for graduation. 



CCDES T€ €L ASSIXXM AI^E/IS 



Building 

Designation Building 

ACTC J. Willard Marriott Activities Center 

ARLC Arts Building (Lower Campus) 

ANSL Animal Science Laboratory 

ASB Abraham O. Smoot Administration 

Building 

B-49 Herbarium & Range Sciences Laboratory 

BRMB George H. Brimhall Building 

B-30 Wymount Chapel (South of ELWC) 

B-34 Classroom Building (East of FELB) 

CHLC College Hall (Lower Campus) 

CLFB Benjamin Cluff, Jr., Plant Laboratory 

Building 

CREH East Crandall House (608 E. 1430 N.) 

CRWH West Crandall House (588 E. 1430 N.) 

CrS HLM Helaman Tennis Ck)urts 

DPL Dairy Products Lab 

EDLC Education Building (Lower Campus) 

ELWC Ernest L. Wilkinson Center 

ESC Carl F. Eyring Physical Science Center 

FELB Harvey Fletcher Engineering Laboratory 

Building 
FLD BB - Baseball Field, FB - Football Field, 

HH - Helaman Halls, HAWS Field, South 
Field 
FOB Faculty Office Building 



Building 

Designation Building 

GRNH Lavern Green House (700 E. 1430 N.) 

GYLC Women's Gym (Lower Campus) 

HFAC Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 

HGB Heber J. Grant Building 

lALC Industrial Arts Building (Lower Campus) 

JKB Jesse Knight Building 

JKBA Jesse Knight Building Annex 

JRCL J. Reuben Clark, Jr., Library 

JSB Joseph Smith Memorial Building 

MARB Thomas L. Martin Classroom Building 

MCKB David O. McKay Building 

MSCB Mathematical Sciences/Computer Building 

MSRB Karl G. Maeser Memorial Building 

RB Stephen L Richards Building 

RICE Rice House (753 E. 1430 N.) 

ROTC Daniel H. Wells ROTC BuUding 

SFH George Albert Smith Fieldhouse 

SFLC Joseph F. Smith Family Living Center 

SNLB William H. Snell Industrial Education 
Building 

SOCH Social Hall 

STIH Stein House (705 E. 1430 N.) 

TCB Indoor Tennis Court Building 

TRLC Training Building (Lower Campus) 

WIDB John A. Widtsoe Laboratory Building 




l^eiSTI^TICN SCtiEDULE 

Thursday, September 16, 1971 

ALL NEW UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO WILL REGISTER AT BYU FOR THE FIRST TIME, ALL 
FRESHMEN WHO REGISTERED DURING SUMMER SCHOOL 1971 AT BYU FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND AU, 
GRADUATE STUDENTS (NEW, FORMER, AND REPEATING) WILL REGISTER AT THE SMITH FIELDHOUSE IN 
THE FOLLOWING ORDER: 



A.M. 

8:00 Mauc thru Mine 
8:15 Minf thru Nich 
8:30 Nici thru Park 
8:45 Pari thru Post 
9:00 Posu thru Rick 
9:15 Ricl thru Scha 
9:30 Schb thru Smit 
9:45 Smiu thru Ston 



A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


10:00 Stoo thru "niom 


12:45 Cano thru Clay 


2:45 Humq thru John 


10:15 Thon thru Walk 


1:00 aaz thru Dall 


3:00 Joho thru Knig 


10:30 Wall thru Will 


1:15 Dalm thru Earl 


3:15 Knih thru Line 


10:45 Wilm thru Zzzz 


1:30 Earm thru Folk 


3:30 Lind thru Maub 


11:00 Aaaa thru Atki 


1:45 FoU thru Goff 


3:45 All latecomers Aaaa 


11:15 Atkj thru Bens 


2:00 Gofg thru Hann 


thru Zzzz 


11:30 Bent thru Bred 


2:15 Hano thru Hend 




11:45 Bree thru Cann 


2:30 Hene thru Hump 





Friday, September 17, 1971 

ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS WHO ARE SENIORS (FORMER** AND REPEATING*) OR FIFTH-YEAR 
ENGINEERING STUDENTS (97 SEMESTER CREDITS THROUGH GRADUATION) WILL REGISTER AT THE SMITH 
HELDHOUSE IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER: 



A.M. 

8:00 Marb thru Mull 
8:15 Mulm thru Pear 
8:30 Peas thru Rick 
8:45 Ricl thru Sisk 



A.M. 

9:00 Sisl thru Tann 
9:15 Tano thru Wash 
9:30 Wasi thru Zzzz 
9:45 Aaaa thru Bean 



A.M. 

10:00 Beao thru Bunk 
10:15 Bunl thru Conf 
10:30 Cong thru Earl 
10:45 Earm thru Gibb 



A.M. 

11:00 Gibe thru Hart 
11:15 Haru thru Isak 
11:30 Isal thru Knig 
11:45 Knih thru Mara 



ALL OTHER UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS (FORMER** AND REPEATING*) WILL REGISTER AT THE SMITH 
FIELDHOUSE IN THE FOLLOWING ORDER: 



P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


12:15 Made thru McGe 


1:15 Orpa thru Pete 


2:15 Sabf thru Shir 


3:15 Thon thru Vanm 


12:30 McGf thru Mons 


1:30 Petf thru Prob 


2:30 Shis thru Sore 


3:30 Vann thru Wees 


12:45 Mont thru Ness 


1:45 Proe thru Rick 


2:45 Sorf thru Stre 


3:45 Latecomers Aaas thru 


1:00 Nest thru Oroz 


2:00 Ricl thru Sabe 


3:00 Strf thru Thom 


Zzzz on morning 
schedule, Made thru 
Wees on afternoon 
schedule. 




Satiijday, 


September 18, 1971 




A.M. 


A.M. 


P.M. 


P.M. 


8:00 Weet thru Wils 


10:00 Chrj thru Corl 


12:30 Hant thru Heid 


2:30 Lart thru Lefa 


8:15 Wilt thru Zzzz 


10:15 Ck)rm thru Davi 


12:45 Heie thru Hopp 


2:45 Lefb thru Loft 


8:30 Aaaa thru Andr 


10:30 Davj thru Earl 


1:00 Hopq thru Jame 


3:00 Lofu thru Mack 


8:45 Ands thru Bart 


10:45 Earm thru Feuz 


1:15 Jamf thru Jexz 


3:15 Macl thru Madd 


9:00 Baru thru Biss 


11:00 Feva thru Gard 


1:30 Jeya thru John 


3:30 All latecomers 


9:15 Bist thru Briz 


11:15 Gare thru Gree 


1:45 Johm thru Kear 


Aaaa thru Zzzz 


9:30 Brja thru Call 


11:30 Gref thru Hans 


2:00 Keas thru Knig 




9:45 Calm thru Chri 




2:15 Knih thru Lars 





•Those who were registered as daytime students Fall Semester 1971. 
••Those who have attended BYU previously as daytime students but were not in attendance as daytime students 
Fall Semester 1971. 



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CLASS PERIODS 



7:00 to 7:50 a.m. 
8:00 to 8:50 a.m, 
9:00 to 9:50 a.m. 

10:00 to 10:50 a.m. 

11:10 to 12:00 noon 



12:10 to 1:00 p.m. 
1:10 to 2:00 p.m. 
2:10 to 3:00 p.m. 
3:10 to 4:00 p.m. 
4:10 to 5:00 p.m. 



40c 




lABLC €r CCNTENTS 



GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, FORUM AND 
DEVOTIONAL, CODES TO CLASSROOM 
AREAS Inside Front Cover 

REGISTRATION SCHEDULE 1 

COLLEGES AND DEPARTMENTS 4-5 

CALENDAR FOR 1971-72 6 

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS 7-8 

(How to Register. . . Where to Pay Fees. . . 
Late Registration Penalty. . . Admission to 
Class. . . Block-Plan Classes. . . Dropping and 
Adding Classes. . . Evening Classes. . . Limi- 
tations of Credit in One Semester. . . Major 
Requirements. . . Changing Major or College 
. . . Withdrawal from BYU. . . Repeating Class- 
es. . . Class Attendance Policy.) 

TUITION AND FEES 9-11 

TRAFFIC 11 

NEW ACADEMIC INFORMATION 12-13 

(New Geno'al Education Requirements. . . Ad- 
mission of Evening Class Students to Day 
School. . . Incomplete Grades. . . Two- Year 
(General Curriculum Program. . . Magna Cxun 



Laude. . . Residence CJredit. . . Graduation 
Application Fee and Deadlines. . . General 
Education Recognition for Transfer Credit.) 

GRADUATE SCHOOL 13-14 

OTHER ACADEMIC INFORMATION 14 

(Honors Program. . . Scholarship Recogni- 
tion. . . Requirements for Graduation. . . 
Course Divisions. . . Home Study. . . Counsel- 
ing Center. . . Student Qassification.) 

GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 15-16 

(History Requirements. . . Religion Require- 
ments. . . Junior English Proficiency Exam- 
ination. . . Evaluation of Transfer Credit.) 

REGISTRATION FOR FACULTY AND STAFF .... 16-17 

ACADEMIC STANDARDS 17 

(Warning. . . Probation. . . Suspension. . . 
Grade-Point Values.) 

REGISTRATION: A PKTTORIAL ESSAY 18-2l! 

HOW TO REGISTER 22; 

FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE 23-24 

CAMPUS MAP Inside Back Cover 



ALPHABETICAL LISTING 



(A) 

Academic Regulations 7-8 

Academic Standards 17 

Activity Card Fee 10 

Adding Classes 7-8 

Administration front cover 

Admission to (!3ass 7 

Attendance Policy 8 

Automobile Registration 10, 11 

(B) 

Bicycle Registration Fee 10 

Biological Science Requirement 12 

Block-Plan Classes 7 

Business Management 380 10 

(C) 

Calendar 6 

Campus Map back inside cover 

Changing College or Major 8 

Classification, Student 14 

Class Attendance Policy 8 

Codes: 

classroom areas front cover 

colleges 4-5 

majors 4-5 

Colleges: 

changing 8 

listing 4-5 



Counseling (Uenter 14 

Course Divisions 14 

Credit: 

limitations 8 

residence 13 

(D) 

Deans ;. 4-5 

Departments 4-51 

Departmental Codes 4-51 

Deposits ll 

Devotional 15, front coverj 

Dropping Courses - 7-8i 

(E) 

Education Class Fees .,-., 10 

Evaluation of Transfer Credit 16 

Evening Classes: 

changing to day school 13 

registration 8 

Examinations: 

final 23-24 

Junior English Proficiency 16 

(F) 

Faculty Registration 16-17 

Fees: 

special 10-11 

where to pay 7 



Final Examination 23-24 

F>rum front cover 

(G) 

General Administration front cover 

Gtneral Education Requirements 15-16 

Grade-Point Values 17 

Graduate School 13-14 

Graduation: 

application fee 13 

deadlines - 13 

other fees (graduation) 10-11 

requirements (see Requirements for Graduation) 

(H) 

History & Gov. Requirement 15 

Hold Fee (Records) 11 

Home Study 14 

Honors Prc^ram 14 

Horticulture 112 Fee 10 

How to Register: 

time 7 

procedure 22 

Humanities Requirement 12 

(I) 
Incomplete Grades: 

explanation 13 

fee (Records) 11 

(J) 
Junior English Proficiency Examination 16 

(L) 

Language Requirements 12 

Limitations of Credit 8 

Load Maximum 8 

Locker Rental Fee 11 

(M) 

liBgna. Cum Laude 13 

Majors: 

changing 8 

Codes 4-5 

offered 4-5 

requirements 8 

Map: 

campus back cover 

registration 22 

Music: 

class fees 10 

private lessons 1 10 

rental fees 10 

(N) 
New Academic Information 12-13 

(O) 
Other Academic Information 14 

(P) 
Parking Regulations: 
information 11 



parking violations 11 

sticker fee (auto Registration) 10 

Physical Education Fees 10 

Physical Science Requirement 12 

Probation, Academic 17 

(R) 

Records: 

hold fee 11 

records search fee 11 

transcript fee 11 

Records Search Fee (Records) 11 

Recreation Education 502 Fee 10 

Registration: 

change of fee (Registration) 10 

faculty 16-17 

how to register 22 

late 7 

late fee 10 

map 22 

procedure 22 

schedule 1 

where to pay fees 7 

Religion Requirements 15-16 

Repeating Cleisses 8 

Requirements for Graduation: 

biolc^ical science 12 

general education 15-16 

history and government 15 

humanities 12 

language option 12 

major 8 

physical science 12 

math, statistics, Ic^ic option 12 

religion 15-16 

revision 12 

Residence Credit 13 

(S) 

Scholarship Recognition 14 

Staff Registration 16-17 

Student Teaching Fee 10 

Suspension, Academic 17 

(T) 

Table of (intents 2-3 

Traffic: 

nonresident students 11 

registration of vehicle 11 

Utah driver's license 11 

Parking (see Parking Regulations) 

Transcript Fee (Records) 11 

Transfer Credit: 

explanation 12 

evaluation 16 

Tuition 9 

Two-Year (General Curriculum Program 13 

(W) 

Warnings, Academic 17 

Where to Pay Fees 7 

Withdrawal from BYU 8 

Withdrawal Refund !.. 10 



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COLLEGES & DEDU^TMENTS 



College CtMegea, Departments, 

Code No. and Academic Areas 

01 BIOLOGICAL AND 

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES 

Agricxiitural Economics 
Agronomy and Horticulture 

Animal Science 

Botany and Range Science 

Microbiology 

Zoology 
Preprofessional 



02 



03 



04 



05 



06 



07 



BUSINESS 

Accoimting 
Business Education 

Business Fundamentals 
Business Management 
Economics 

Master of Business Adm. 
Organization Behavior 
Statistics 
EDUCATION 

Educational Administration 

Eiducational Psychology 



Elementary Education 

Secondary Education 

FAMILY LIVING 

Child Dev. and Family Rel. 



Clothing and Textiles 
Environmental Design 
Family Economics and 
Home Management 
Food Science and Nutrition 
Home Economics Education 

FINE ARTS AND 

COMMUNICATIONS 



Art 
Communications 



Music 



Speech and Dramatic Arts 



GENERAL COLLEGE 
Career Orientation 
American Indian Education 
General Curriculum 
Guided Studies 

HUMANITIES 

Classical and Asian Languages 



Major 


Code 


Major Offered 


030 


Agr. Econ. 


060 


Agronomy 


585 


Horticulture 


095 


Animal Science 


867 


Preveterinary 


185 


Botany 


886 


Range Science 


759 


Microbiology 


757 


Med. Tedi. 


985 


Zoology 


859 


Preoptometry 


861 


Prepharmacy 


852 


Predental 


857 


Premedical 


010 


Accounting 


200 


Business Ed. 


787 


Office Management 


213 


Business Fund. 


215 


Business Mgt. 


310 


Economics 


733 


MBA 


789 


Organization Behavior 


955 


Statistics 


325 


Ed. Administration 


495 


Jr. College Adm. 


347 


Ed. Psychology 


792 


Counseling and Guid. 


921 


School Psychology 


959 


Special Education 


957 


Teacher Ed., Elem. 


910 


Reading Specialist 


958 


Teacher Ed., Sec. 


322 


Philosophy of Ed. 


265 




264 


Child Development 


266 


Early Childhood Ed. 


425 


Family Relations 


731 


Marriage and Family Coun. 


290 


Clothing and Textiles 


663 


Environmental Design 


600 


Family Economics and 




Home Management 


457 




570 


Home Economics Ed. 


125 


Art 


291 


Communications 


018 


Advertising 


685 


Journalism 


793 


Photography 


882 


Broadcasting 


765 


Music Fundamentals 


767 


Music Applied 


769 


Music Education 


771 


Music Theory 


773 


Musicology 


940 




305 


Dramatic Arts 


871 


Professional Acting 


872 


Professional Directing 


873 


Professional Playwriting 


874 


Professional Tedinical Theatre 


875 


Speech 


941 


Communicative Habilitation 



English 

Fr^ch and Italian 

Germanic and Slavic 
Languages 



000 Undeclared Major 

002 American Indian Ed. 

003 General Curriculum 
923 Guided Studies 



282 

107 Arabic 

267 Chinese 

285 Classicsd Civilization 

294 Coptic 

497 Greek 

510 Hebrew 

628 Japanese 

695 Korean 

707 Latin 

415 English 

462 French 

677 Italian 

493 



Deans, Dept. Chairmen, 


Room 


and Curr. Coord. 


and BIc 


A. Lester Allen, Dean 


301 wn 


Max Wallentine, Asst Dean 


301C WII 


Lowell D. Wood 


475 wn 


Rudger H. Walker 


275 wn 


E. Reimschussel W. 


Lewis Hou 


R. Phil Shumway 


375 WIE 


Clark Mortensen 


365 WIE 


Dayna L. Stocks 


401 wn 


Don H. Larsen 


775 WID 


Joseph R. Murphy 


575 WID 


August Jausffl 


585 WID 


Arthur Chapman 


259 WID 


Melvin Keller 


449 MAR 


Gerald Hayward 


253 WID 


James L. Farmer 


251 WID 


Weldon J. Taylor, Dean 


154 jk: 


Bryce Or ton, Asst. Dean 




Leon Woodfield 


350 jk; 


G. Edward Nelson 


351 JK] 


G. Edward Nelson 


351 JK] 


E. Dee Hubbard 


203 JK] 


Ivan T. Call 


395 JKl 


Larry T. Wimmer 


302 JKl 


Robert Daines 


A253 JK] 


Wm. G. Dyer 


A263 JK] 


H. GUI Hilton 


348 JKl 


Stephen L. Alley, Dean 


118 MCK] 


Curtis N. Van Alfen, Asst. Dean 


Ralph Smith 


207 MCKl 


Darwin Gale 


180 CHL( 


Max Berryessa 


205 MCKI 


Wallace AUred 


111 MCKI 


Blaine R. Porter, Dean 


1206 SFLC 


J. Joel Moss 


1239 SFLC 


Eleanor Jorgensen 


3256 SFLC 


Milo R. Baughman 


233A BRMB 


Gary D. Hansen 


1216 SFLC 


John H. Johnson 


2218 SFLC 


Ruth Brasher 


2234 SFLC 


Lorin F. Wheelwright, 




Dean 


A410 HFAC 


Lael J. Woodbury. 




Asst. Dean 


A412 HFAC 


Douglas Stout 


C-502 HFAC 


Edwin 0. Haroldsen 


D-501 HFAC 


A. Harold Goodman 


C-550 HFAC 


Parley W. Newman 


D-581 HFAC 



Lester B. Whetten, Dean 
Wm. Dale Goodson 
Royce Flandro 
Willis M. Banks 
Wayne Herhn 
Bruce B. Clark, Dean 
R. Max Rogers, Asst. Dean 
J. Reuben Clark HI 



106 HGB 

110 BRMB 

120D BRMB 

120B BRMB 

126 BRMB 

A-129 JKB 

A113 JKB 

329 MCKB 



Dale H. West 
Norman C. Turner 



Arthur R. Watkins 



A-246 JKB 
355 MCKB 



321 MCKB 



L^uege \^aueges, departments, 

Code No. and Academic Areas 



Humanities and 

Comparative Literature 

Latin-American Studies 
Spanish and Portuguese 

Linguistics 
OS NURSING 

09 PHYSICAL AND 

ENGINEERING SCIENCES 

Chemical Engineering Science 
Chemistry 



Civil Engineering Science 
Electrical Engineering Science 
Geology 



Mathematics 
Mechanical Engineering 

Science 
Physics £md Astronomy 
Statistics 
10 PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Health Science 
Physical Education 



Recreation Education 
Youth Leadership 
11 SOCLA.L SQENCES 

Anthropology-Archaeology 

Asian Studies 

Economics 

European Studies 

Geography 

History 

Institute of Government 

Service 
International Relations 
Law Enforcement 
Political Science 
Psychology 
Sociology 

12 INDUSTRIAL AND 

TECHNICAL EDUCATION 



Major 

Code Major Offered 

308 Dutch 

435 Finnish 

492 German 

777 Norwegian 

917 Russian 

293 Comparative Literature 

630 Humanities 

520 Latin-American Studies 

937 Spanish 

842 Portuguese 

727 Linguistics 

780 Nursing 



245 Chemical Eng. 

260 Chemistry 

262 Chemistry, Teaching 

852 Predental Chemistry 

857 Premedical Chemistry 

275 Civil Engineering 

380 Electrical Engineering 

485 Geology 

309 Earth Science 

489 Geological Eng. 

735 Mathematics 

750 Mechanical Eng. 

815 Physics 

955 Statistics 



505 Health Science 

795 Physical Ed., Men 

796 Physical Ed., Women 
863 Prephysical Therapy 
890 Recreation Ed. 

970 Youth Leadership 

102 Anthropology 

110 Archaeology 

130 Asian Studies 

310 Economics 

420 European Studies 

470 Geography 

535 History 

658 Institute of Govt. Service 

665 International Relations 

710 Law Enforcement 

835 Political Science 

870 Psychology 

925 Sociology 

928 Social Work 



075 Aerospace Studies 



Deans, Dept. ChairmeB, 
and Curr. Coord. 



Room 

BMr 



Ralph A. Britsch 

Lyman S. Shreeve 
M. Carl Gibsim 

Robert W. Blair 
Maxine J. Cope, Dean 
Elaine P. Murphy, Asst. Dean 

Armin J. Hill, Dean 
Dick Thurston, Asst. Dean 
L. Douglas Smoot 
Richard Hawkins 



D. Allan Firmage 
Perril Losee 
J. Keith Rigby 



Kenneth L. Hillam 

John M. Simonsen 

John H. Gardner 

H. Gill Hilton 

Milton F. Hartvigsen, Dean 

Clayne Jensen, Asst. Dean 

Ray Watters 

Ehno Roundy 

Phyllis Jacobson 

Rulon Freuicis 

William Hafen 

Royal B. Stone 

Martin B. Hickman, Dean 

Merlin Myers 

Spencer J. Palmer 
Larry Wimmer 
Edwin B. Morrell 
Robert Layton 
DeLamar Jensen 

Karl Snow 
Richard S. Beal 
Charles T. Fletcher 
Ray C. Hillam 
Darhl Pedersen 
Evan T. Peterson 



Ernest C. Jeppsen, Dean 
Col. Richard A. Baldwin 



A-113 JKB 

113 FOB 
301 MCKB 

239MCKB 

2240B SFLC 

2240A SFLC 

I 

271 ESC 

269 ESC 

176 FELB 

225 ESC 



107 FELB 

175 FELB 

274 ESC 



292MSCB 

223 FELB 

296 ESC 

204 MBCB 

212 RB 
221A RB 

213 RB 
271 SFH 

291 RB 

122 RB 

273C RB 

221E RB 

390 MSRB 

150 MSRB 

121 FOB 

302 JKB 

374B MSRB 

167 HGB 

250 MSRB 

CRWH 
465 MSRB 

CRWH 

273 MSRB 

1230 SFLC 

184 FOB 



120SOCH 
380 ROTC 



Industrial Educ. 4-year 
Technology 4-year 

Technical Institute 2-year 



13 COMPUTER SCIENCE 
Computer Science 

18 RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION 

Ancient Scripture 

Church History and Doctrine 

Philosophy 

19 LIBRARY AND 
INFORMATION SCIENCES 

20 GRADUATE 

Degree- seeking 
Nondegr cO ' soc king 



760 Military Science 

466 Genealogical Res. Technol. 

645 Industrial Arts Teacher 

Training 

964 Technical Teacher Ed. 

192 Building Construction 

307 Design and Drafting 

394 Electronics Technology 

730 Manufacturing Technology 

135 Associate Deg. in Nursing 

137 Associate Deg. in 

Family Living 

138 Associate Deg. in 

Law Enforcement 

216 Business Tech. 

217 Secretarial Tech. 
248 Chemical Tech. 
277 CivU Tech. 

295 Data Processing Tech. 

302 Drafting Tech. 

387 Electrical Tech. 

389 Electronics Eng. Tech. 

465 Geneal. Research Tech. 

500 Graphic Arts Tech. 

717 Library Tech. 

720 Light Bldg. Constr. Tech. 

794 Photographic Tech. 

823 Piano Tech. 

960 Tool Design Tech. 

967 Welding Tech. 

300 Computer Science 



913 
914 
791 

715 Unattached 
Graduate degree-seeking and 
nondegree-seeking students 
should list the code number 
of their major department 



CoL David R. Lyon 
David H. Pratt 

William E. McKell 
Ernest C. Jeppsen 
Ross J. McArthur 
Max E. McKitmon 
E. Max Raisor 
Merrill J. Smart 
Dell K. Allen 
Ernest C. Jeppsen 
Marian Jensen, SLC 
Beulah Swensen 

Beulah Swensen 

Charies T. Fletcher 
Karl Herde 
J. Perry Poison 
Charles R. Whited 
Ivin L. Holt 
C. Edwin Dean 
E. Max Raisor 
Kay F. Brown 
Merrill J. Smart 
David H. Pratt 
Ron Jenkins 
Keith Cottam 
Max McKinnon 
Wallace M. Barrus 
Lynn Hansen 
Kent Kohkonen 
Lester Long 

C. Edwin Dean 

Daniel H. Ludlow, Dean 

Roy W. Doxey, Asst. Dean 

Ellis Rasmussen 

LaMar C. Berrett 

C. Terry Warner 

H. Thayne Johnson 
Chauncey C. Riddle, Dean 



320 ROTC 
144 SOCH 

164 B-30 
120 SOCH 
230SNLB 
250 SNLB 
230 SNLB 
B-25 
230 SNLB 
120 SOCH 
401 12th Ave 
143 SOCH 

143 SOCH 

CRWH 

330 JKB 

367 JKB 

B-25 

B-25 

A-64 ASB 

230 SNLB 

B-25 

B-25 

144 SOCH 
250 SNLB 
115 JRCL 
250 SNLB 

D-160 HFAC 

C-nO HFAC 

103 B-30 

230 SNLB 

A-64 ASB 
144 JS8 
123 JSB 
121 JSB 
123 JSB 

436 JRCL 

548P JRCL 
D-208 ASB 




CALEND1I2 rci^i^Hni 



Fall Semester 1971 

April 30 (Friday): Final date for new freshmen to 
submit applications for admission for Fall Semes- 
ter 1971. 

July 31 (Saturday): Final date for new transfer stu- 
dents, former BYU students and graduate students 
to submit application for Fall Semester 1971. 

September 9, 10 (Thursday, Friday): Utah Conference 
on Higher Education. 

September 13, 14 (Monday, Tuesday): Preschool Fac- 
ulty Conference. 

Septemiber 14, 15 (Tuesday, Wednesday): New-stu- 
dent orientation. 

September 16 (Thursday): Registration for new stu- 
dents and graduate students. 

September 17, 18 (Friday, Saturday): Registration. 

September 20 (Monday): Class instruction begins. 

September 22 (Wednesday): First day changes in 
registration are permitted. 

October 1 (Friday) : Last day on which late registra- 
tion may occur for Fall Semester and for adding 
classes. 

October 2 (Saturday): Junior English Proficiency Ex- 
amination. 

October 4 (Monday): Qiange fee of $5.00 for dropping 
classes. 

November 12 (Friday): Midsemester registration for 
students released from' missions and active duty 
with armed services since the close of late regis- 
tration (October 1). 

November 15 (Monday): Block-plan classes start. 

November 19 (Friday): Last day on which a student 
may officially withdraw from a class for reasons 
other than nonacademic emergencies. 

November 20 (Saturday): Junior English Proficiency 
Examination. 

November 25, 26 (Thursday, Friday): Thanksgiving 
recess. 

December 17 (Friday): Last day of classes before 
Christmas recess. 

January 3 (Monday): Classes resume after Christmas 
recess. 

January 7 (Friday): Last day on which a student may 
officially withdraw from the University. 

January 7 (Friday): Last day on which a student may 
officially withdraw from ^ class (nonacademic 
emergency reasons only). 

January 17, 18 (Monday, Tuesday): End of formal 
class period for Fall Semester. Final examinations 
may not be given before January 19. 

January 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27 (Wednesday, 
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, 
Wednesday, Thursday): Fall Semester final ex- 
amination period. 

Spring Semester 1972 
January 17 (Monday): Final date for submitting ap- 
plications for admission or readmission for Spring 
Semester 1972. 



January 28 (Friday): New-student orientation. 

January 31, February 1, 2 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- 
day) : Registration for all students. 

February 3 (Thursday): Class instruction begins. 

February 7 (Monday) : First day changes in registration 
are permitted. 

February 8 (Saturday): Junior English Pi-oficiency Ex- 
amination. 

February 16 (Wednesday): Last day on which late 
registration may occur for Spring Semester and for 
adding classes. 

February 17 (Thursday): Change fee of $5.00 for 
dropping classes. 

March 24 (Friday): Midsemester registration for stu- 
dents released from' missions and from active duty 
with the armed services since the close of late 
registration (February 16). 

March 27 (Monday): Block-plan classes begin- 

March 31 (Friday): Last day on which a student may 
officially withdraw from a class for reasons other 
than nonacademic emergencies. 

April 6, 7 (Thursday, Friday): Spring vacation. 

April 8 (Saturday): Junior English Proficiency Ex- 
amination. 

May 5 (Friday): Last day on which a student may 
officially withdraw from the University. 

May 5 (Friday): Last day on which a student may 
officially withdraw from a class for nonacademic 
emergency reasons. 

May 6 (Saturday): Y Day. 

May 17, 18 (Wednesday, Thursday): End of formal 
class period for Spring Semester. Final exams may 
not be given before May 19. 

May 19, 20, 22. 23, 24, 25 (Friday, Saturday, Monday, 
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday): Spring Semester 
final examination period. 

May 26 (Friday): C!ommencement exercises and college 
convocations. 

May 29 (Monday): Memorial Day. 

Summer Session 1972 

May 31 (Wednesday): Final date for submitting appli- 
cations for admission or readmission for First or 
Second terms. 

June 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, 
Thursday, Friday): Special workshops and con- 
ferences. 

June 9 (Friday): New-student orientation. 

June 12 (Monday): Registration. 

June 13 (Tuesday) : First Term begins. 

June 24 (Saturday): Junior English Proficiency Ex- 
amination. 

July 4 (Tuesday): National holiday observed. 

July 14 (Friday): First Term ends. 

July 15 (Saturday): Second Term registration. 

July 17 (Monday): Second Term begins. 

July 24 (Monday): State holiday observed. 

August 18 (Friday): Second Term ends— commence- 
ment. 






L. 




/%€A£^HMC I^EGIILATICNS 



Every student is responsible for knowing the aca- 
demic regulations of BYU. A student may not deviate 
from these regulations unless his action is approved 
by the agency concerned, usually the Academic Regu- 
lations and Procedures Committee. This committee 
meets twice each month in the office of the registrar. 

HOW TO REGISTER 

Fifteen minutes before their scheduled registration 
times students should report to the northwest en- 
trance of the fieldhouse. Here they will receive 
written instructions outlining the registration pro- 
cedure. 

WHERE TO PAY FEES 

All fees listed in this class schedule are to be 
paid at the cashier's area, 144 Richards Building, dur- 
ing registration unless otherwise noted. After regis- 
tration, fees should be paid in D-155 ASB. 

LATE REGISTRATION PENALTY 

Students who fail to register on the regular regis- 
tration dates must pay a late registration fee. If a 
student registers during the first five regular school 
days after scheduled registration, the fee is $5.00. 
After the first five days the fee is $10.00. The penalty 
rate for part-time students is one-half that charged 
to full-time students. A fraction of an hour is count- 
ed as a full hour for assessing fees. 

ADMISSION TO CLASS 

Students whose names are on the class roll are 
officially registered. If a student's name is not on the 
roll, he should contact the Registration Office, B-150 
ASB, immediately. Instructors receive rolls of students 
in their classes three days after the completion of 



regular registration. Another roll is sent out during 
the third week which includes the names of all stu- 
dents registered for that class. 

BLOCK-PLAN CLASSES 

Any student desiring to register for a block-plan 
class must do so during his original registration at 
the start of the semester. This holds true whether or 
not the class is taught during the first or second half 
of the semester. No block-plan class may be added 
Eifter Friday, October 1, 1971. Second-block classes 
start Monday, November 15, 1971. 

Students who will be released from missions or 
the armed forces between October 1 and November 
12, 1971, and who have been accepted to BYU are 
eligible to register for the second-half block-plan. 
These students will register at midsemester registra- 
tion Friday, November 12, 1971. 

DROPPING AND ADDING CLASSES 

The key to reducing chsmges in registration is fill- 
ing out the initial registration carefully. 

If a student must make a change in registraticm, 
the change must be approved by the student's adviser 
and the instructors involved. No changes in the initial 
registration may be made until Wednesday, Septem- 
ber 22, 1971. 

Students are permitted to drop or add classes from 
September 22 through October 1, if their adviser and 
instructor (s) agree that the change is advisable. In 
exceptional cases, students may withdraw from classes 
until November 19. Withdrawals after November 19 
are granted only for nonacademic emergencies. Such 
an emergency withdrawal requires the signatures of 
the student's adviser, teacher, and dean of his college. 



i 



After November 19, if a student withdraws from 
a class in which he is doing passing work, his per- 
manent record will carry a "W." If a student is fail- 
ing, his permanent record will carry a "WE." This 
is considered the same as an "E" in calculating a 
grade-point average. Withdrawals will not be per- 
mitted after January 7, 1972. 

If a student needs to change his registration he 
must do four things: 

1. CONSULT HIS FACULTY ADVISER. If the ad- 
viser recommends the change, he will provide 
a change-of-registration card with his sig- 
nature. These cards can also be^ obtained at 
the Registration Office, B-150 ASBi. 

2. GET THE CONSENT AND SIGNATURES OF 
THE INSTRUCTORS INVOLVED. 

3. PAY A $5.00 FEE TO THE UNIVERSITY 
CASHIER. This is necessary if the change is 
made October 4 or anytime thereafter. 

4. TAKE THE CHANGE-OF-REGISTRATION CARD 
TO REGISTRATION PERSONNEL, B-150 ASB. 

Any student dropping a class in religion after the 
initial registration must also add another class in 
religion, unless he has a signed statement from the 
dean of the College of Religious Instruction officially 
excusing him for that semester. 

Late registration ends Friday, October 1. No stu- 
dent may register after that date. 

If a student wishes to completely withdraw from 
school, he mvist clear through the Dean of Students 
Office. 

EVENING CLASSES 

Those registering for evening classes only should 
contact the Department of Evening Classes office for 
registration dates. Evening-only students must regis- 
ter, pay fees, and finalize at the Smith Family Living 
Center multipurpose area. 

Daytime students taking evening classes (section 
90 or above) must pay an extra fee of $3.00 per class 
hour, in addition to regular tuition. This fee must be 
paid on the day the student registers for the evening 
class. Students who fail to do this will be charged a 
late fee of $2.50. Day students must register for 
evening classes at the time they register for any day 
classes in the fieldhouse. 

LIMITATIONS OF CREDIT IN ONE SEMESTER 

Undergraduate students in good standing may 
register for as many as 17 hours of credit in any one 
semester by following the regular registration pro- 
cedure. The dean of a college may authorize a stu- 
dent who has academic ability of h^h quality to regis- 
ter for a maximum of 18 hours for the first semester 
in residence and a maximum of 19 hours for any 
succeeding semester. Any student who has completed 
15 or more hours of college work and who has a 
cumulative grade-point average of 3.5 (or 3.5 average 
in the semester previous to registration) may register, 
with the consent of his dean, for 21 hours. Auditing 
of classes, registration by correspondence, or register- 
ing for evening classes or off-campus courses consti- 



tute a part of the student's total registration. Ex- 
ceptions to these rules should be presented to the 
dean of Admissions and Records by the dean of the 
college concerned. 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS 

A student must complete at least 20 semester 
hours in his major department and must satisfy any 
additional departmental requirements. A minimxim of 
10 semester hours must be earned on campus at BYU. 

CHANGING COLLEGE OR MAJOR 

A student who desires to transfer from one major 
to another, or from one college to another, may do 
so. However, he must clear this change through the 
deans of the colleges involved. Official change-of- 
college or major cards may be obtained from the 
office of the dean of the college in which the student 
is presently enrolled. After being properly signed, 
these cards must be turned in to the office of the 
dean of the student's new college one month prior to 
the next semester's registration. 

WITHDRAWAL FROM BYU 

No student is officially discontinued from the Uni- 
versity unless he has been interviewed and signed 
out by the Office of the Dean of Students. 

REPEATING CLASSES 

Students can repeat classes at BYU. This can be 
done in three ways: 

1. Repeat at BYU classes taken at BYU. 

2. Repeat at BYU classes taken at other insti- 
tutions. 

3. Repeat at other institutions classes taken at 
the same institution — and then have the credit 
transferred to BYU. 

When a student repeats a class, the grade used to 
figure the student's grade-point average is the grade 
earned the last time the repeated class was taken. 
The student should notify the Records Office, B-163 
ASB, that the class has been repeated during the next 
semester after the class is repeated. 

CLASS ATTENDANCE POLICY 

BYU feels it is important that students attend 
classes for which they are registered. Each class in- 
structor may determine the relationship of class at- 
tendance to the final grade for the course. All official- 
ly excused absences must be approved through the 
Office of the Dean of Students. Official excuses are 
only those where the student is away representing: 
the University on official business. 

Faculty should tell students what relationship at- 
tendance has to their final grade for the course. The 
student must take the responsibility for his actions. 
It is not necessary for the instructor to report ab- 
sences to the Office of the Dean of Students unless < 
he has knowledge of an accident or illness which is 
causing the absence. Notification to teachers of 
emergency absences (death in the family, serious ill- 
ness, etc.) is the responsibility of the student. 




8 




TUITION AND rEES 



The largest private school in the nation, BYU is 
owned and operated by The Church of Jesus Christ 
of Latter-day Saints. Approximately 70 percent of the 
cost of operating the University is paid from the tithes 
of Church members. Because of this, students who 
are Church members or their families already have 
made a monetary contribution to the operation of the 
University. To equalize this cost, nonmembers are 
assessed higher tuition. This higher tuition still does 
not cover the total educational costs. 

All students who register will be expected to pay 
tuition and fees prior to or at the time of registration. 
Students are responsible to pay the correct amount of 
tuition and fees. The University reserves the right to 
change these figures without notice. 

In computing tuition, an undergraduate student is 
considered full time if he carries 91 hours or more. 
A graduate student is considered full time if he carries 
9 hours or more. The tuition costs for a full-time 
student are 

Fall Spring School 

Semester Semester Year 

LDS Church Members $300.00 $300.00 $600.00 
Nonmembers $450.00 $450.00 $900.00 

Part-time students are not eligible to purchase 
health insurance. They are also not entitled to health 
service, student activity privileges, or physical edu- 
cation suit facility privileges. All part-time students 
enrolled in one or more of certain physical education 
classes must pay an additional $5.00. Students should 
check with the Cashier's Office for applicable classes. 

The tuition assessed part-time students varies ac- 



cording to the 


number 


of hours for which they 


register: 




LDS Church 
Members Nonmembers 


Minimum tuition and fees 


$ 60.00 $ 90.00 


3 credit hours 




85.00 130.00 


4 credit hours 




110.00 170.00 


5 credit hours 




135.00 210.00 


6 credit hours 




160.00 250.00 


7 credit hours 




185.00 290.00 


8 credit hours 




210.00 330.00 


9 credit hours 




235.00 370.00 



The tuition for noncredit courses or for auditing 

courses is the same as for credit courses. A fraction 
of an hour is counted as a full hour for assessing fees. 

Noncredit courses taken by part-time students are 
assessed on the basis of the number of hours involved 
in lecture classes. For example, three hours of lecture 
a week would be considered three semester hours and 
would be charged for accordingly. For courses in 
which no lecture hours are involved — for example, 
dissertations and theses — tuition and fees will be 
charged based on hours being carried during the se- 
mester, as determined by the supervising professor. 

If a student takes a noncredit class it can change 
his status from part time to full time. A student 
taking 8 credit hours plus a noncredit class involving 
two or more lecture hours per week would be con- 
sidered a full-time student. 

After initial registration, a student who increases 
his number of credit hours must pay for these addi- 
tional hours on J;he day they are added. If he does 
not a late fee will be assessed. 



LATE REGISTRATION FEE 

Late registration fees will be assessed all full-time 
and part-time students for failure to complete regis- 
tration on scheduled dates. (NO EXCEPTION IS MADE 
REGARDLESS OF REASON FOR BEING LATE.) 

1. First five regular school days following 

the scheduled registration date $ 5.00 

2. After the fifth day following the 

scheduled registration date $10.00 

Late fees for part-time students will be assessed 
at fifty percent of the rate for full-time students. 

Any student whose check is dishonored by his 
bank will be charged a handling fee of $5.00. If the 
check was for tuition, there will be an additional 
charge of the late fee in effect at the time the check 
is redeemed. 

WITHDRAWAL REFUNDS 

If a student withdraws from school, a refund will 
be made on the basis of a charge of $10 ($5 for a 
part-time student). This withdrawal fee is Eissessed 
even though the student does not complete registra- 
tion or attend school. In addition, there is a per-day 
charge of three percent of the total tuition and fees 
paid or payable for the semester. Students will be 
charged from the first day of the semester in which 
classes were held following the date they registered, 
to the day on which they report their withdrawal to 
the Office of the Dean of Students. 

Late fees are not refundable. 

Any refund due a student because of withdrawal 
from school will be made only by check, through the 
mail. It will come three weeks from the date on 
which the student reported his withdrawal and sur- 
rendered his receipt or activity card to the Dean of 
Students Office. 

No refund will be granted to a student who is re- 
quested to withdraw for scholarship or other causes. 

No refund will be made directly to an unmarried 
student under twenty-one years of age unless the stu- 
dent has the written permission of his parents or 
legal guardian. 

No refund will be made after August 31 of the 
school year in which payment was received by the 
University. 



CLASS FEES 

(Late fee of $2.50 added on all payments for 
first and second block classes after 
October 1, 1971) 
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FEE 

Business Management 380 and 381 $ 5.00 

EDUCATION 

Education 569, 673 — 4 credit hours $25.00 

Education 568, 569, 673 — 2 credit hours 15.00 

Education 449, 479 — 8 to 10 credit hours* 45.00 

Education 449, 479 — 4 credit hours* 25.00 

Education 449, 479 — 2 credit hours* 15.00 

*For teacher education fees, all students must pay 
a $10.00 nonrefundable deposit with application, 
the balance of the fee is to be paid at the time of 
registration. An additional $10.00 late fee is as- 
sessed if application is completed after March 31 
for Fall Semester and October 31 for Spring Se- 
mester. The $10.00 late fee is not refundable un- 
der any circumstances. 
HOUSING AND HOME MANAGEMENT 370 

Resident students for one-half semester $70.00 

Married nonresident students for one-half 

semester 40.00 

(All students must pay a $25.00 nonrefundable de- 
posit prior to registration, the balance of the fee 
to be paid at the time of registration.) 
HORTICULTURE 

Horticulture 112 (flower arrangement) $10.00 

MUSIC 
Classes 

Music 105, 107, 108 (piano) $ 5.00 

Music 106 (group organ instruction) 10.00 

Music 368, 370, 372 (woodwind, brass 

and string workshops) 5.00 

Private Lessons 

Music 159p, (30-minute lessons) $55.00 



Music 160p, 360p, 660p (45-minute 

lessons 75.00 

Solo or joint recital fee 25.00 

Rentals 

Organ rental, one hour each day, 

per semester $10.00 

Each additional hour each day, 

per semester 8.00 

Harpsichord, clavichord rental, one hour 

each day per semester 10.00 

Each additional hour each day, 

per semester 8.00 

Harp rental, one hour each day, 

per semester 10.00 

Each additional hour each day, 

per semester 8.00 

Piano rental, one hour each day, 

per semester 7.50 

Each additional hour each day, 

per semester 6.00 

Practice room without piano, one hour 

per day per semester 4.50 

Each additional hour each day, 

per semester 3.00 

Recorder rental, per instrument, per 

semester, tenor and bass 3.00 

Recorder rental, per instrument, per 

semester, alto 2.00 

Recorder rental per instrument, per 

semester, soprano 1.00 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

Physical Education 128 (bowling) $10.00 

Physical Education 195, 196 (skiing) 

(nonrefundable) 15.<X) 

Padlock deposit (maximum refund is 

$4.00) (Men's P.E.) 5.00 

RECREATION EDUCATION 

Recreation Education 502 (camping) $10.00' 

ROTC LEADERSHIP LABORATORIES 

(Air Force & Army) $14.00i 

SPEECH & DRAMATIC ARTS 

Speech & Dramatic Arts 485, 486, 487 if 

not currently enrolled in Education 449 ....$25.00i 
STUDENT TEACHING 

Student Teaching 479 of each department 
is the same fee as Education 479 
(see Education fees above). 



SPECIAL FEES 

ACTIVITY CARDS 

Duplicate Card Fee $ 4J 

Identification Photo Fee $ 2j 

Spouse Activity Card (nonrefundable) $10. 

AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION AND PARKING FEE 
Academic Year (Auto registration is man- 
datory but there is no charge if a 
student does not park on campus) 

Zone B Parking $12 

Zone C Parking 6.' 

Zone D Parking 6 

BICYCLE REGISTRATION (permanent regis- 
tration) $ 1 

CHANGE OF REGISTRATION FEE 

(For each change slip after first two 

weeks of semester) $ 5.' 

CHEMISTRY (Each laboratory class deposit) ....$10. 
DEPOSITS (Payable at department locations) 

Chemistry (Each laboratory class) $10 

Industrial Education $ 1. 

Physical Education padlock deposit 

(Maximum refund $4.00) $ 5 

GRADUATION 

Graduation fee, bachelor's degree (only 50 
percent refundable if d^ree is not 

obtained) $12 

Graduation fee, master's degree or doctor's 
degree (only 50 percent refundable if 

degree is not obtained) $20. 

Graduation reevaluation fee (Under- 
graduates) (For undergraduate students 
who wish to have a graduation 

reevaluation) $ 2. 

Graduation reevaluation fee (Graduate 



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00 
00 



OC 
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0( 



10 



Students) (For graduate students who 
defer graduation beyond the date 

formerly indicated) $ 2.00 

Graduate student service fee (for graduate 
students using University facilities with- 
out formal registration for minimum 
tuition University classes per semester) 

..;..-. Minimum Tuition 

Late application for graduation fee (for 
those who apply after December 15 for 
June commencement and after February 

15 for August commencement) $ 3.00 

INCOMPLETE GRADES 

A student tnust complete an incomplete 
k course within one year from the date 

^^ the incomplete grade was given. Fee to 

H|j be paid to remove incomplete and re- 

^^ cord permanent grade $ 3.00 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION (Deposit) $1.00 

LATE REGISTRATION 

Late registration fees will be assessed all 
full-time and part-time students for 
failure to complete registration on 
scheduled dates. (NO EXCEPTION IS 
MADE REGARDLESS OF THE REASON 
FOR BEING LATE) 

1. First five regular school days follow- 
ing the scheduled registration date ....$ 5.00 

2. After the fifth day following the 
scheduled registration date $10.00 



Late fees for part-time students 
will be assessed at fifty percent of 
the rate for full-time students. 
LOCKER RENTAL 

1 semester $ 1.50 

2 semesters 2.50 

2 semesters and Summer Session 3.00 

Key deposit 1.00 

Replacement of lost key 1.00 

PARKING VIOLATION FINES $2.00 to $15.00 

RECORDS 

Hold fee (To release holds placed on records 

because of financial delinquency) $ 2.00 

Records search fee (Duplicate receipt) $ 1.00 

Transcript fee. The fee for transcripts is 
$1.00 for the first copy on every order 
plus 50 cents for each additional copy 
on the same order. 
SPECIAL EXAMINATION FEES (Undergraduate) 
Examination to exempt students from taking 
a required class: 

If exam taken by group $ 2.00 

If exam taken alone 5.00 

Examination, special equivalency: 

Nonrefundable fee to take exam $10.00 

Per credit hour charge upon the success 
ful completion of exams (the maximum 
fee in any one subject shall not exceed 
$60 but will be reassessed for each addi- 
tional credit authorization form) $10.00 




Ti2/irri€ 



NONRESIDENT STUDENTS 

Nonresident students operating motor vehicles in 
Utah must either buy Utah license plates or obtain 
a nonresident student permit. Nonresident permits 
may be issued only to full-time students. 

Nonresident students must also obtain a Utah 
Highway Patrol safety inspection sticker. Tliis sticker 
must be shown to University officials in order to be 
issued a nonresident permit. 

Both the nonresident student permit and the 
safety inspection sticker must be displayed on the 
student's vehicle. Nonresident students who disregard 
these instructions will be required to purchase Utah 
license plates. 

BYU VEHICLE REGISTRATION 

All vehicles utilized in Provo by students, faculty, 
or staff members must be registered with the Uni- 
versity Security Office. Failure to register is a viola- 
tion of the University traffic regulations. 

In order to register a vehicle either at registra- 
tion day or afterward, one must have his state vehicle 



registration, know the name of his insurance com- 
pany, have a BYU or other ID plus the appropriate 
fee if he desires a parking sticker. 

CAMPUS PARKING PERMITS 

Students will be granted campus psu'king permits 
according to their class designation (freshman, 
sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate). Parking 
permits can be picked up at registration or at the 
University Security Office. 

For details of all specific parking rules and regu- 
lations, please pick up a regulations booklet at no 
charge from the Security Office, B-66 ASB. 

UTAH DRIVER'S LICENSE 

All students who are Utah residents or residents 
of states which are not members of the Driver's 
License Compact must have a Utah driver's license. 
Residents of license compact states may drive in 
Utah with a valid license from their home states. 
For information concerning the compact states, con- 
tact the Security Office, B-66 ASB. 



11 




NEWACADEMIC 
INECI^MATICN 



REVISED GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS 
(Adopted May 14, 1970) 

AREA REQUIREMENTS: 

American History and Government. No change. 
Biological Science. A student must complete a 
minimum of six semester hours selected from the 
approved courses listed below: 

Biologic8J and Agricultural Education 105, 113H, 

201 and 351. 
Botany. Any botany course with a number be- 
low 490 except 461, 469, and 480. 
Microbiology. All courses with numbers be- 
low 490. 
Zoology. All courses with numbers below 490 
except 381. 
English Composition. No change. 
Health. No change. 

Humanities and Fine Arts. A student must com- 
plete a minimum of six semester hours selected 
from the areas described below: 
Art. All courses in history and art appreciation: 

BYU courses: (as presently listed) 
Communications 101 (2) Introduction to Mass 

(3onununications 
English. All courses in literature. 

BYU courses: (as presently listed) 
Humanities and Osmparative Literature. All 
courses. 

BYU courses: (as presently listed) 
Music. All courses in music history and appre- 
ciation. 

BYU courses: (as presently listed) 
Philosophy. All courses except those in logic 
and philosophy of science (Phil. 101, 316) 
BYU courses: (as listed in the current 
catalog) 
Speech and Dramatic Arts 102 (as listed) 
Language. All literature courses. 

BYU courses: (as presently listed, and 
French 301) 
Physical Education. No change. 
Ph}^ical Science. A student must complete a mini- 
mum of six semester hours selected from the 
departments listed below: 
Chemistry. All courses. 
Geology. All courses. 
Physics. All courses. 



Religion. No change. 

Social Science. No change. 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Complete one of the two 
following options: 

1. Language. 12 semester hours in any foreign 
language (8 hours beyond the introductory 
101 course). 

2. Mathematics, Statistics, Logic. 6 semester hours 
selected from 

a. Mathematics. College Algebra (Math 105) 
or above. 

b. Statistics. Any statistics course having a 
prerequisite of Math 105 or above. 

c. Logic. Any formal course in deductive ot 
inductive logic or in the philosophy of 
science (Phil. 101, 316). 

d. Certain baisic courses especially suited to 
develop the capacity of the student to 
apply mathematics to scientific problems 
(must have a math prerequisite of Math 
105 or above). 

BYU courses accepted in this area are 
Biology 201 
Botany 376 
Chemistry 105, 111 
Geology 311 
Microbiology 331 
Physics 105 
Zoology 376 
Psychology 374 
Economics 488 

e. Certain courses are peculiarly suited to 
illustrate the application of formal logic 
in the development of a discipline or tool 
BYU courses in this category sure 

Botany 678 
Computer Science 230 
Physics 110, 300 
Zoology 321 

TRANSFER CREDIT 

When a student takes a course at another ew;- 
credited institution which counts in a given general 
education area, BYU will probably allow that given 
course to count in the same area in meeting the BYU 
general education requirement. 



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Admission of Evening Classes Students to Day School 

Students who are attending evening classes only 
and wish to transfer to day school and take daytime 
classes must submit application for admission to BYU 
prior to the established deadline dates for the semes- 
ter the student wishes to attend. Application for 
admission may be obtained from the Office of Ad- 
missions and Records, A-153 ASB. 

Incomplete Grrades 

The letter "I" (incomplete) is used to indicate 
that the work is not yet completed. It is given only 
when special arrangements for the completion of the 
specific work involved have been made between the 
teacher and the student. The "I" never is given when 
a student has failed or is failing the course. An "I" 
grade is regarded as an "E" in the Office of Admis- 
sions and Records until the work is completed and 
a grade-change authorization form is properly signed 
and submitted to the Records Office, B-163 ASB, 
which must be within one year from the date the 
grade is given. 

Two- Year Creneral Curriculum Program 

The two-year Associate of Arts program in General 
College is designed to satisfy the needs of those stu- 
dents who will benefit from working toward a definite 
degree but presently are unable to complete four 
years. 

The two-year program requires courses in English, 
health, religion, physical education, history, social 
sciences, physical science, and biological sciences, and 
certain coxirses in occupational skills. All credit 
earned in General CurriciJum classes can be used to 
fill general education requirements or cam be applied 
as elective credit in obtaining a four-year degree. 

An Associate of Arts degree will be awarded to 
students who complete 64 hours; 32 of these hours 
must fill general education requirements of the As- 
sociate of Arts degree; 21 hours must be in an aca- 
demic or technical area of concentration; and 11 
hours may be in the elective areas. 



Magna Cum Laude — Graduation 

"Magna Cum Laude" is awarded those students 
who have earned at least forty-five hours' credit at 
Brigham Yoxmg University and obtained an overall 
grade-point average of 3.80 or higher. 

"Cum Laude" is awarded those students who have 
earned at least forty-five hours' credit at Brigham 
Young University and obtained an overall grade- 
point average of 3.50 to 3.79. 

Residence Credit 

In order to receive a baccalaureate degree a stu- 
dent must earn a minimum of thirty semester hours 
on the Brigham Young University campus at Provo. 
Exception: 

If a student completes ten semester hours at 
Brigham Young University extension residence 
centers or at LDS institutes of religion, twenty 
semester hours of work completed on the Univer- 
sity's Provo campus as a matriculated student will 
satisfy the residence requirements. The twenty 
credit hours earned on the Provo campus must be 
taken in two or more semesters. 

Graduation Application Fee and Deadlines 

Students applying for graduation should pick up 
their applications from their major departments. The 
completed application initialed by the major depart- 
ment along with the $12 application fee should be 
submitted to the cashier by December 15 for students 
applying for May commencement and no later than 
February 15 for those applying for August com- 
mencement. Students applying after those deadline 
dates will be required to pay a $3.00 late fee. 

All students are encouraged to apply for gradu- 
ation early in their junior year (65-96 semester credit 
hours) . 

General Education Recognition tor Transfer Credit 

Transfer credit which filled education require- 
ments at the institution from which, it was transferred 
will fill the same general education requirements 
at BYU. 



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ei^ADlkU^E SCtiCOL 



Acceptance to and registration in the Graduate 
School is contingent upon receipt of a bachelor's de- 
gree from a four-year accredited institution and ac- 
ceptance in a particular department and program' as 
-a degree-seeking student. To be considered, appli- 
' 'Nations must include each of the following items and 
frbe filed in the Graduate Admissions Office (D-251 
'■ASB) before the announced deadlines: 

1. Fully completed application form. 

2. Nonrefundable application fee of $15. 



3. Two transcripts of all college work (including 
BYU), to be furnished by the student. 

4. Three letters of recommendation on forms pro- 
vided by the Graduate Admissions Office. 

5. Non-LDS Form (when applicable). 

Each applicant is notified in writing by the Gradu- 
ate School concerning his admission or nonadmission. 
Application deadlines for degree-seeking students are 
as follows: 



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Registration Deadlines 

Fall Semester June 30, 1971 

Spring Semester December 17, 1971 

Summer School (either term) May 1, 1972 

Students of nondegree status must apply for ad- 



mission through the University Office of Admissions 
and Records and register with the undergraduate 
students in the various colleges. Beginning Septem- 
ber 1, 1971, credit taken on a nondegree classification 
may not apply toward a graduate degree at BYU. 




CTtiEl^ ACADEMIC INrOP/HATICN 



HONORS PROGRAM 

(See 1970-72 Catalog of Courses, Pages 43-45) 

SCHOLARSfflP RECOGNITION 

(See 1970-72 Catalog of Courses, Page 24) 

REQUIREMENTS FOR GRADUATION 

(See 1970-72 Catalog of Courses, Pages 22-23) 

COURSE DIVISIONS 

Classes are given numbers as follows: 
Preparatory and remedial coxirses 1-99 

Lower-division courses 100-299 

Upper-division courses 300-499 

Courses for graduates or advanced 

undergraduates 500-599 

Graduate courses 600 or above 

Freshmen and sophomores should not take courses 

with numbers above 299 unless approval has been 

obtained from the dean of their college. 

HOME STUDY 

Home Study is the University's "portable program." 
It allows you to earn credit through correspondence 
work, on or off campus. There are 290 courses avail- 
able, representing 45 departments. You may register 
for courses anytime during the year. For further in- 
formation contact the Home Study Office, Room 210 
HRCB, or telephone 374-1211, Ext 2868. Office hours 
are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. 
COUNSELING CENTER 

The primary function of the Coimseling Center is 
to help students make realistic decisions regarding 
their college careers and other personal goals. 



Services provided include 

1. (Counseling for educational, vocational, or per- 
sonal and social problems. 

2. Testing to assess ability, achievement, interest 
or adjustments. 

3. Occupational and educational information. 
All students are invited to avaul themselves of these 

opportunities which are provided without fee. New 
students are particularly encouraged to come to the 
Counseling Center diu"ing their first few months at 
BYU to discuss educational and vocational goals and 
other concerns which they may have. 

Staff members of the Counseling Center are pro- 
fessionally trained in counseling psychology and re- 
lated disciplines. Students are assured of reliable pro- 
fessional assistance and confidentiality. 

Counseling (Center hours are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 
Monday through Friday. For further information or 
an appointment, call extension 2061 or 2062, or come 
to C-273 in the Smoot Administration Building. 
STUDENT CLASSIFICATION 

At the beginning of each semester, students are 
classified for that semester as follows: 

Credit Hours Earned Classification 

to 32 Freshman 

33 to 64 Sophomore 

65 to 96 Junior 

97 and over Senior 

Engineering students having more than 128 sem- 
ester hours are classified as fifth-year professional 
students. 



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I^ECAJII^CMENTS 



To earn a bachelor's degree from BYU a student 
must satisfy the general education requirements: 

Semester 

Area Requirements Hours Required 

American history and goverrmient 3 

Biological science 6 

English composition and literature 6 

Health 2 

Humanities and fine arts 6 

Physical education 2 

Physical science 6 

•Religion (2 hours per semester 

in residence) 16 

Social science 5 

A student must also complete one of the two options 
below: 

A. Mathematics, statistics, Ic^ic, 
science 6 

B. Foreign language 8 advance credit hours 

(Check the section entitled "New Academic In- 
formation," pages 12-13 in the Class Schedule, 
for more information. Changes have been made 
since the publication of the 1970-72 catalog.) 

*See the section entitled "Interpretation of University 
Policy" on religion requirements in 1970-72 Catalog 
of Courses. 

AMERICAN HISTORY 
AND GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENT 

The American history and government require- 
ment (History 170) applies to all candidates for the 
bachelor's degree. It may be satisfied by examination 
or by course work. The examination, which is optional, 
will be announced in the Daily Universe early in each 
semester. 

Certain combinations of courses will also fill this 
' requirement: History 120 and 121, or History 121 and 
Political Science 110. Students majoring in history, 
political science, economics, communications or sec- 
ondary education (social science) should see their 
department chairman before taking any of these 
courses. 

RELIGION REQUIREMENTS 

Two semester hours of religion are required for 
each full-time registration (10 semester hours or 
more) by an undergraduate student at BYU. This re- 
quirement is in effect until a total of 16 semester 
hours has been earned for a bachelor's degree or a 



total of 8 semester hours for an associate degree. 
Undergraduate transfer students will be required to 
have 2 semester hours for each semester enrolled 
at BYU. 

Part-time students are required to complete 1 se- 
mester hour in religion for each 8 hours carried at 
BYU. 

REQUIRED AND ACCEPTED COURSES. Students 
in the graduating class of 1970, and all subsequent 
graduating classes, are required to complete Religion 
121 and 122. Returned missionaries and upper-divi- 
sion transfer students may take special sections of 
Religion 121 and 122. Book of Mormon 420, a one- 
credit-hour course for missionaries and transfer stu- 
dents does not satisfy the religionl21-2 requirements. 

All religion classes in the 100 through 400 series 
may be taken to meet the religion requirement. 
Graduate courses (numbered 500 Eind above) and phi- 
losophy courses do not satisfy the religion require- 
ments. 

Devotional credit may be taken at the rate of one- 
half hour credit per semester. Four hours of such 
credit may be used to fulfill the sixteen-hour require- 
ment for students seeking a bachelor's degree, and 
two hours for students seeking an associate degree. 

TRANSFER CREDIT. A student may not transfer 
credit to BYU to meet the general education require- 
ment in religion; he still must take two credit hours 
of religion for every semester at BYU. Religion credit 
earned elsewhere (such as at LDS colleges and insti- 
tutes or at non-LDS colleges and universities) may 
apply as elective credit toward the total hours re- 
quired for graduation, however. This is determined 
by the Office of Admissions and Records. 

SECOND BACCALAUREATE DEGREES. Students 
who register at BYU for a baccalaureate degree, after 
having received one at another university, register as 
undergraduate students. Because of this they are 
required to take two hoxirs of religion per semester. 

FIFTH- YEAR DEGREES (Engineers). Students 
seeking a fifth-year bachelor's degree will not be re- 
quired to take religion in their fifth year. Transfer 
students, however, must take two credit hours of re- 
ligion each semester in residence until they have 
a total of 16. 

PART-TIME STUDENTS. Part-time students must 
take one hour of religion credit for each 8 hours of 
class work completed. The ratio of one hour for each 
8 hours must be kept current at the end of every 



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two-year period. For any term in which a student 
registers as a regular student (10 hours or more), in- 
cluding Summer School registration, he must take 
two hours of religion credit. 

SUMMER SCHOOL. Full-time undergraduate Sum- 
mer School students (those carrying 10 hours or 
more) will be held for two hours of religion. Students 
carrying fewer than 10 hours are considered part- 
time students and are required to have taken one 
hour of religion for every 8 hours accumulated. 

UNDERGRADUATE DEFINITION. For the purpose 
of applying religion requirements, a student is con- 
sidered an undergraduate until he has received his 
undergraduate degree or has completed the require- 
ments for graduation. 

OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS. If a student is required 
to study off campus as part of his degree require- 
ments, he is required to register for religion during 
that semester at an institute of religion or a BYU 
continuing education center. An exception is made 
if one of these is not available. 

CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTER CREDIT. A 
student must complete one hour of credit in religion 
for every 8 hours of academic credit completed at 
BYU centers for continuing education. 

JUNIOR EN6USH PROnCIENCY 
EXAMINATION 

Passing the Junior English Proficiency Examina- ^ 
tion is a graduation requirement that should be met 
during the jimior year, preferably as soon as the 
student is eligible. Clearance for graduation must be 
accomplished at least one month prior to graduation. 
(To be eligible for the examination, a student must 
have completed his freshman English requirements 
and have at least 64 semester hours of credit.) 

During Fall Semester 1971, the examination will 
be given in the Joseph Smith Auditorium twice each 
day on October 2 and November 30, at 7:00 and 
10:00 a.m. Registration will commence at 6:30 and 
9:30 a.m. Admission to the examination is by activity 



card (or other photographic I.D.) and appointment 
card only. Appointment cards must be picked up 
M.W.F. at A-217 JKB from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. before 
October 2. 

" When a student fails the examination, he should 
take immediate steps to improve his proficiency and 
then retake the examination. He may do so by ' 
studying independently, consulting a tutor, or taking 
a class. The University recommends that he take 
English 15, Remedial English for Juniors, a nonfee, 
noncredit course specifically designed for this pur- 
pose. He should not attempt the examination a sec- 
ond time without some serious study. 

The examination is free at scheduled times but 
costs $5.00 taken privately. 

The Junior English Proficiency Examination is a 
standard test which measures comprehensively the 
full range of skills involved in good writing and ef- 
fective, appropriate expression. In one section of the 
test the student is asked to pick out an error or 
weakness in a passage. From a list of four choices, 
he then selects the revision which best solves the 
writing problem in the passage. In another section 
of the test the student is asked to write a theme 
on a topic supplied by the examiner. The theme tests 
the student's ability to limit, organize, and develop 
a topic, and to use the language competently. 

Foreign students (students for whom English is a 
second language and who plan to leave the United 
States upon graduating) may take a different exam- 
ination offered at B-238 ASB. Their procedure is to 
first register for the test at the Foreign Students 
Office. 

EVALUATION OF TRANSFER CREDIT 

A candidate for a bachelor's degree miist satisfy 
the general education requirements. Transfer students 
entering BYU from accredited colleges will have their 
transfer credit evaluated on the basis of BYU pro- 
grams and will be notified. The University will ac- 
cept all transfer credit that is a reasonable equivalent 
to BYU-approved courses. 



i^eisri^TiCN roi^ 

rACULTTAND MATT 



FULL-TIME TEACHING FACULTY 

Full-time teaching faculty may register for 
courses up to nine hours per semester and will 
not be required to pay regular tuition and fees. 
A maximum of five credit hours will be permitted 
during the daytime hours. 

Spouses of full-time teaching faculty may reg- 
ister for courses of study with no limit as to the 
number of hours, day or night, and will not be 
required to pay regular tuition and fees. 

ADMINISTRA-nVE PERSONNEL 

Full-time administrative personnel may register 
for courses of study up to nine hours per semester 
and will not be required to pay regular tuition and 
fees. A maximum of five credit hours will be per- 
mitted during the daytime hours. 

Spouses of full-time administrative personnel 
may register for courses of study with no limit as 
to the number of credit hours, day or night, and 
will not be required to pay regular tuition and 
fees. 

FULL-TIME AND PERMANENT STAFF 

Full-time regular staff employees may register 
for courses of study up to five hours per semester 
and will not be required to pay regular tuition 
and fees, except that these credits may not be 
taken during regular working hours. Spouses of 
full-time staff employees may register for courses 
without restriction as to time or number of hours 
after the employee has completed five years of 



continuous employment as a regular full-time staff 
member. 

During the siunmer session, the same prc^ram 
will be followed except there will be a limit of 
three hours of credit per term for the employee 
without cost. Lunch hours, no matter when sched- 
uled, may not be used for class attendance. 

PART-TIME FACULTY 

Part-time faculty members (not graduate as- 
sistants) may register for a number of hours equal 
to the number of hours they are teaching. How- 
ever, in no case may they receive tuition free for 
more than five credit hours. 

Part-time faculty may take a maximum of 
nine (9) credit hours during any one semester, 
but they must pay the difference between the five 
(5) free hours and the number they are taking. 
If a part-time faculty member wishes to take more 
than nine (9) credit hours in any one semester, 
he may then relinquish his contract and obtain 
a graduate assistant contract. There are no tuition- 
benefits for graduate assistants. 

PART-TIME STAFF 

All part-time staff members must pay the 
regular fees for registration in courses. 

FACULTY/STAFF AND SPOUSE REGISTRATION 

Faculty members or their wives who register 
for course work should do so on registration day, 
according to the alphabetical order of the day. 
If faculty members register after the second week 
of the semester, they will be charged a late fee. 



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Their spouses will be charged a late fee if they 
register after registration day. All individuals 
are required to pay the change-of-registration fee. 
Registration materials will be ready for those 
who have made clearance with the Office of Ad- 
missions and Records prior to the deadline dates. 

TUITION-FREE CARDS 

Cards indicating eligibility for registration 



without payment of regular tuition and fees may 
be obtained at the Benefits Office station by those 
eligible at registration time in the area where 
registration is taking place. 

SPECIAL NOTE** 

Faculty members, staff members, and spouses 
who wish to register for daytime classes must 
be properly admitted through the Admissions Of- 
fice. 




/ACADEMIC STANDAI^DS 



Students at BYU must maintain a minimum 
grade-point average according to their year in school. 

Freshmen (students with 32 semester hours of 
credit or less) must maintain a 1.75 (C-) 
grade-point average to be considered in good 
academic standing. 

Sophomores, junior, tmd seniors are required to 
maintain a 2.00 (C) grade-point average on all 
work beyond the first 32 semester hours of 
credit. 

To graduate from BYU a student must have earn- 
ed a 2.00 cumulative grade-point average on both his 
total college work and his BYU work. 

There are three categories of academic status: 

WARNING 

An academic warning is given to a student 
whose cumulative BYU grade-point average is 
above the minimum standard required for his 
class (1.75 for freshmen and 2.00 thereafter), but 
whose grade-point average for the last semester 
was below the minimum. 



PROBATION 

A student whose cumulative BYU record does 
not meet the minimum requirement and whose 
record shows a shortage of grade points will be 
placed on academic probation. Probationary stu- 
dents are not eligible for BYU scholarships or 
awards. 

SUSPENSION 

A probationary student carrying a full load 
will be suspended from the University if his cumu- 
lative GPA at BYU shows a shortage of grade 
points from that required (1.75 for the first 32 
semester hours and 2.00 for all remaining hours), 
and he has not made a four grade-point improve- 
ment during his current semester. 

GRADE-POINT VALUES 

A 4.0 B 3.0 C 2.0 D 1.0 

A- 3.7 B- 2.7 C- 1.7 D- .7 

B+ 3.4 C+ 2.4 D+ 1.4 E .0 



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CE©ISTK4T1CN: A PICTCCIAL ESSAY 




"The balcony scene iii 'Romeo and Juliet' was never like this!" 

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What possible reason can you have for taking six marriage classes ?' 




"But English 111 can't be filled ... I'm a senior!" 



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'Listen dean, if I take 23 hours and a quickie course I can graduate in August.' 




"Three-hundred DOLLARS! But I've only got $298.67. 

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"Have your activity cards ready!" 



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Registration completed ... at last! 

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new T€ l^eiSTEl^ 



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CASHIER'S AREA 
(East Center Gym, KB) 

STEP 6 



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FINALIZATION 

(South Gym, RB) 

STEP? 



■ FINANCIAL AIDS 

SCHOLARSHIPS 

UNIVERSITY BENEFITS 




"y 



PLANNING 

AREA 
(149 SFH) 

STEP 2 



ADVISEMENT 

AREA 
(East Gym, SFH) 

STEP 3 



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PICK UP 

REGISTRATION 

PACKET 

STEPl 









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COLLEGE DEANS- 
AREA 
(Basketball Floor, SFH) 

STEPS 



Entrance 

(NW Entrance 

of SFH) 



CLASS CARD DISTRIBUTION 
(West Annex, SFH) 
STEP 4 



1. PICK UP YOUR REGISTRATION PACKET. (Above 
green seats, SFH) Show your activity card or admis- 
sion slip as you enter the building. If you have lost 
your activity card there is a person with a master list 
of all the activity cards who will issue you a dupli- 
cate registration permit. Pick up your registration 
packet at the tables in the stands according to the 
last number on your activity card. 

2. FILL OUT TRIAL REGISTRATION CARD. (149 
SFH) Proceed to the writing room, 145 SFH, just 
across the hall from the East Gym and fill out your 
trial registration. 

3. MEET WITH YOUR ADVISER. (East Gym, SFH) 
He will be seated at his department table in the East 
Gym. His purpose is to approve your schedule, not to 
plan it. Those who have not decided on a major will 
be advised in the General College area. 

4. PICK UP YOUR CLASS CARDS. (West Annex, 
SFH) They will be grouped on tables in the West 
Annex according to college. After you have picked 



up all your cards, copy your schedule on the official 
enrollment card. 

5. CLEAR WITH COLLEGE DEAN. (Main playing 
floor, SFH) Your card will be double checked for 
any mistakes, then signed by your dean. If you have 
a car clear with traffic for automobile registration 
and permit — East bend of track. 

6. PAY TUITION AND FEES. (East Center Gym, RB) 
The Banyan, and student insurance, can also be paid 
for here. Financial aids are located in room 133 
across the hall from the cashier's area. 

7. FINALIZE REGISTRATION. (South Gym, RB) Your 
packet will be checked at the checkout table. Class 
cards should be arranged in the same sequence as 
listed on the official enrollment card. All audited 
classes must be designated by an "A" in the credit 
column of the official enrollment card. Foreign stu- 
dents should get approval at the foreign student 
table. After finalization men should check at the se- 
lective service or veterans table. 



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riN/lL EXAMIN/U^ICN SCHEDULE 

FINAL EXAMINATIONS ' 

No teacher shall be authorized to complete a final examination for any student for any reason before the offi- 
cially scheduled time in the final examination week. 

A student who misses the final examination must have a good and sufficient reason for so doing and must 
have the consent of the instructor and the approval of the dean of his college. After meeting these requirements 
the student shall be given an incomplete which can be removed by later examinations within the official time 
limits established for incompletes and by the payment of a $3.00 fee, , 



FINAL EXAMINATION SCHEDULE FOR FALL SEMESTER 1971-72 

Examinations begin Wednesday, January 19, and conclude Thursday, January 27. 
1. For classes meeting daily, MTWTh, MTThF, MTWF, MWF, WF, M, W or F 
A. Schedule for classes of 2 credit hours or less. 



Regular Class 




Recitation Hour 


Day of Examination 


7:00 a.m. 


Thursday, January 27 


8:00 a.m. 


Tuesday, January 25 


9:00 a.m. 


Saturday, January 22 


10:00 a.m. 


Friday, January 21 


11:00 a.m. 


Monday, January 24 


12:00 noon 


Thursday, January 20 


1.00 p.m. 


Wednesday, January 26 


2:00 p.m. 


Wednesday, January 19 


3:00 p.m. 


Thursday, January 27 


4:00 p.m. 


Thursday, January 20 


5:00 p.m. 


Friday, January 21 


B. Schedule for 


classes of 3 credit hours or more. 


7:00 a.m. 


Wednesday, January 26 


8:00 a.m. 


Tuesday, January 25 


9:00 a.m. 


Saturday, January 22 


10.00 a.m. 


Friday, January 21 


11:00 a.m. 


Monday, January 24 


12:00 noon 


Thursday, January 20 


1:00 p.m. 


Wednesday, January 26 


2:00 p.m. 


Wednesday, January 19 


3:00 p.m. 


Thursday, January 27 


4:00 p.m. 


Wednesday, January 26 


5:00 p.m. 


Wednesday, January 19 



Examination Period 

10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 
3:45 p.m.- 5:45 p.m. 



7:00 
12:30 
12:30 
12:30 
12:30 
12:30 
12:30 
12:30 
12:30 

7:00 
12:30 



a.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 



■10:00 
3:30 
3:30 

■ 3:30 

• 3:30 

• 3:30 

■ 3:30 

■ 3:30 

• 3:30 
■10:00 

• 3:30 



a.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 
p.m. 



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2. For classes meeting TThF, TThS, TTh, T, Th, S 

A. Schedule for classes of 2 credit hours or less. 

Thursday, January 20 
Thursday, January 20 
Monday, January 24 
Friday, January 21 
Wednesday, January 19 
Saturday, January 22 
Tuesday, January 25 
Wednesday, January 26 
Wednesday, January 19 
Wednesday, January 19 



7:00 


a.m. 


8:00 


a.m. 


9:00 


a.m.'. 


11:00 


a.m. 


12:00 


noon 


1:00 


p.m. 


2:00 


p.m. 


3:00 


p.m. 


4:00 


p.m. 


5:00 


p.m. 


B. ! 


Schedule for classes of 


7:00 


a.m. 


8:00 


a.m. 


9:00 


a.m. 


11:00 


a.m. 


12:00 


noon 


1:00 


p.m. 


2:00 


p.m. 


3:00 


p.m. 


4:00 


p.m. 


5:00 


p.m. 


Monday 

Tuesday 

Wednesday 

Thursday 

Friday 



Botany 101 (lOlH) 

Chemistry 100, 101, 105, 
106, 111, 112, 151 

Health 130 

History 170 sections 
1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8 

Mathematics 101, 105, 
106, 108. 109, 111, 
112, 113, 121, 141, 
142, 243, 301, 305, 
306, 321, 322, 323 

Statistics 221 



3 credit hours or more. 

Monday, January 24 
Saturday, January 22 
Friday, January 21 
Tuesday, January 25 
Tuesday, January 25 
Thursday, January 27 
Wednesday, January 19 
Tuesday, January 25 
Thursday, January 27 
Thursday, January 27 

Section 90 Classes and Classes Taught 6:00 p.m. 

Monday, January 24 
Tuesday, January 25 
Wednesday, January 19 
Thursday, January 20 
Friday, January 21 

DEPARTMENT EXAMINATIONS 
Monday, January 24 

Thursday, January 20 
Friday, January 21 

Wednesday, January 19 



Saturday, January 22 
Monday, January 24 



and Later 



10:15 


a.m.- 


-12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m.- 


■12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m.- 


-12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m. 


■12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m. 


-12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m. 


-12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m. 


-12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m. 


-12:15 


p.m. 


10:15 


a.m. 


-12:15 


p.m. 


3:45 


p.m. 


- 5:45 


p.m. 


7:00 


a.m. 


-10:00 


a.m'. 


7:00 


p.m. 


-10:00 


p.m. 


7:00 


p.m. 


-10:00 


p.m. 


7:00 


p.m. 


-10:00 


p.m. 


7:00 


a.m. 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


a.m. 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


a.m. 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


a.m. 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


p.m. 


-10:00 


p.m. 


7:00 


p.m. 


-10:00 


p.m. 


Regular 


class hour 


Regular 


class hour 


Regular class hour 


Regular class hour 


Regular class hour 


7:00 


a.m 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


a.m 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


a.m 


-10:00 


a.m. 


7:00 


a.m 


,-10:00 


a.m. 



7:00 a.m.-lO: 
7:00 a.m.-lO: 



NOTE: For classes where the lecture lasts for more than one hour per session (i.e., a TTh class taught at 
9:50), use the hour in which the class starts to determine exam period (in this case you would use 
the recitation hour). 



00 a.m; 
00 a.m. 

8:30 to 
8:00 as 



24 







CATC 




COUBSE 


CR 


C B 
E L 


CLASS-PERIUD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPftOV 




INDEX 


DEPT 


NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


P K 










TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLOG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


AC 


zovm 


IN 


G 




























ACCT 


201 H 


)Mb S 


UDY J210 hHCfi) 


























00«44 


ACCT 


201 


1 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




7. no 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


M W F 


86 


JKB 






STAFF 


00454 




201 


2 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M h F 


86 


JKR 






PALMES G 


0046 5 




201 


3 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


i 




9,00 


TO 


9.5C 


AM 


M W F 


86 


JKB 






WOOOFIELJLW 


00475 




201 


4 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




io.no 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


86 


JKB 






STA<=F 


00485 




201 


5 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


86 


JKB 


• 




STAFF 


00495 




201 


6 


ELEK ACCCLNTING 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


86 


JKB 






BENTL?Y J r 


00505 




201 


7 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M V« F 


86 


JKB 






HERiJF K 


00515 




201 


8 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




2.10 


IC 


3.00 


PM 


M K F 


86 


JKB 






BENTLFY J T 


00525 




201 


9 


ELE*" ACCCLNTING 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


86 


JKB 






BENTLEY J T 


00535 




201 


10 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




7.00 


10 


8.20 


AM 


T TH 


86 


JKB 






SKOUSEN K H 


00545 




201 


11 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




1?.40 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


86 


JKB 






STAFF 


00556 




201 


12 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T 1H 


86 


JKB 






MCALLSTE^ L 


00566 




201 


13 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




10.00 


10 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


288 


JKB 






WOODFIELOLW 


00576 




201 


14 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




7. CO 


TO 


8.20 


AM 


T TH 


124 


JKB 






STAFF 


00586 




201 


15 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




1?.40 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


124 


JKB 






STAFF 


00596 




201 


16 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




3.40 


10 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


124 


JKB 






STAFF 


00606 


ACCT 


201 
202 H 


17 
IME S 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 
UDY (210 HRCBI 


3 




4.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 


' 




STAFF 


00616 


ACCT 


202 


1 


ELEM ACCCUNTING 


3 




8.30 


10 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


86 


JKB 






HAKOY J H 


00626 




202 


2 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




11.10 


10 


12.30 


PM 


T TH 


86 


JKB 






HARJY J 4 


00636 




202 


3 


ELEM ACCCLNTING 


3 




2.10 


IC 


3.30 


PM 


T TH 


86 


JKB 






HA^^OY J W 


00647 




2 32 


1 


MATH OF BLSINESS 


3 




a. 00 


IC 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






ST^FF 


00657 




232 


2 


MATH OF BLSINESS 


3 




10.00 


10 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






STAFF 


00667 




232 


3 


MATH OF BLSINESS 


3 




10.00 


10 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


278 


JKB 






JOHNSON <= A 


00677 




232 


4 


MATH OF BUSINESS 


3 




11.10 


10 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






ANOFRSCM LK 


C06S7 


ACCT 


232 

301 H 


5 

)ME SI 


MATH CF BUSINESS 
UDY <210 HRCBl 


3 




2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


124 


JKR 






ANOF-^SC^ LK 


00697 


ACCT 


301 


1 


INTERMEOIOTE ACCTG 


3 




8.00 


IC 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






BENTLEY J T 


00707 




301 


2 


INTERMEDIATE ACCTG 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






KNIGUO'>l LH 


00717 




301 


3 


INTERMEDIATE ACCTG 


3 




12.10 


10 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






KNIGHTON LM 


0072 7 




301 


4 


INTERMEDIATE ACCTG 


3 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


125 


JKR 






CAMEROM J B 


00738 


ACCT 


301 
302 H 


5 

IME S 


INTER^'E01ATE ACCTG 
UDY (210 FRCBI 


3 




2.10 


TO 


^3. CO 


PM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






CAMERON J 3 


00748 


ACCT 


302 


1 


INTERMEDIATE ACCTG 


3 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






TAYLOR H 


00758 




302 


2 


INTERMEDIATE ACCTG 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






SMITH J 1 


00768 




302 


3 


INTERMEDIATE ACCTG 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M V. F 


153 


JKQ 






SMITH J M 


00778 




311 


1 


MANAGERIAL ACCTG 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M K F 


44 


JKB 






ORION 3 3 


CC788 


ACCT 


311 

312 H 


2 

IHE SI 


MANAGERIAL ACCTG 
UDY (210 HRC8) 


3 




2.10 


IC 


3.00 


PM 


M H F 


44 


JKB 






ORTON d 3 


0C798 


ACCT 
ACCT 


332 
342 Hi 


1 
HE S" 


ADV KATH BUSINESS 
UDY (210 FRCBI 


3 




1.10 


IC 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


44 


JKB 






JOHNSON E A 


C0808 


ACCT 


342 


1 


INTRC COMMRCL LAW 


3 




7.00 


TC 


7.50 


&M 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






MOR^ISO^M DW 


C0818 




342 


2 


INTRO COMMRCL LAW 


3 




10. 00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M H F 


172 


JKB 






GRANT 3 


00829 




342 


3 


INTRC CCMMRCL LAW 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






GRANT A 


CC8 39 




342 


4 


INTRC CCMMRCL LAW 


3 




7.00 


10 


8.30 


AM 


T TH 


2201 


SFLC 






MCGUIRE E P 


00849 




356 


1 


ACCTG INFC SYSTEMS 


3 




8.00 


IC 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


163 


JKB 






SCND^EGER E 


00859 




356 


2 


ACCTG INFO SYSTEMS 


3 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


54 


JKH 






S0ND/EG5R E 


C0869 




356 


3 


ACCTG INFO SYSTEMS 


3 




2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


M K F 


54 


JKB 






SONO^EGER E 


00879 




356L 


1 


LAB 







8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T 


54 


JKB 






STAFF 


00 8 89 




356L 


2 


LAB 







11.10 


IC 


12.00 


N 


F 


163 


JKB 






STAFF 


qce99 




356L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


T 


54 


JKB 






STAFF 


00909 




356L 


4 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


TH 


163 


JKB 






STAFF 


C0910 




356L 


5 


LAB 







10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


54 


JKB 






STAFF 


00920 




356L 


6 


LA3 







3.10 


10 


4.00 


PM 


M 


44 


JKB 






STAFF 


C0930 




401 


1 


SPEC PRCB ACCTG I 


2 




9. CO 


10 


9.50 


AM 


M W 


163 


JKB 






JOHNSON E A 


e0940 




402 


1 


SPEC PROe ACCTG II 


2 




11.10 


10 


12.00 


N 


M W 


163 


JKB 






CAMERP4 J 8 


C0950 




403 


1 


ACCT NCNFfOFIT ORG 


2 




1.10 


in 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


163 


JKB 






HARDY J A 


CC960 




411 


1 


COST ACCCLNTING 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


153 


JKB 


1 




HEROE K 


C097C 




411 


2 


COST ACCCUNTING 


3 




3.10 


10 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


125 


JKB 






HEROE K 


C098Q 




411 


3 


COST ACCCUNTING 


3 




12. IC 


IC 


1.00 


PM 


M K F 


44 


JKB 






HE^DE K 


CC990 




420 


1 


FEDERAL TAXES 


3 




8.4P 


10 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


124 


JKB 






PALMER G 1 


01002 




420 


2 


FEDERAL TAXES 


3 




11.10 


IC 


12.30 


PM 


T TM 


124 


JKB 






PALMEK 3 


01012 




420 


3 


FEDERAL TAXES 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.30 


PM 


T TH 


124 


JKB 






PALMER G 


01022 




421 


1 


ADV TAX PROBLEMS 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M h F 


25 


JKB 






GRANT B 


01032 




455 


1 


DATA PROC SYSTEMS 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


44 


JKB 






ANOERSOM LK 


01042 




465 


1 


AUD THR e PROF ETH 


3 




11.10 


10 


12.30 


PM 


T TH 


125 


JKB 






MCALLSTER L 


010S2 




465 


2 


AUO THR £ PROF ETH 


3 




2.10 


TC 


3.30 


PM 


T TH 


125 


JKB 






MCALLSTER L 


01062 




475 


• I 


CUR PRGB ACCT THRY 


3 




8.30 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


125 


JKB 






SKOUSEN F K 


01072 




475 


2 


CUR PROe ACCT THRY 


3 




12.43 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


125 


JKB 






SKOUSEN K M 


01082 




496 


1 


ACCTG INTERNSHIP 


V 












T e A 










SONO^EGER E 


01093 




612 


1 


MGRL CCST ACCTG 


3 




7.30 


TO 


9.00 


AM 


M W 


488 


JRCL 






GARRISOil R ^ 


01103 




665 


1 


AUDITING SEMINAR 


3 




9.00 


IC 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






SMITH J M 


01113 




675 


1 


THRY ACCT £ STATMT 


3 




11.10 


10 


12.30 


PM 


T TH 


44 


JKB 






TAYLOR H 


01123 




691R 


1 


SEM RESEARCH METH 


V 




12.10 


IC 


1. 00 


PM 


M W F 


54 


JKB 






SKOUSEN F K 


01133 




693 


1 


READING t CCNFRNC 


V 












T 8 A 










WCODFIELOLW 


01143 




696 


1 


ACCTG INTERNSHIP 


V 












T B A 










SOND^EGER E 


AE 


[lOSPAl 


CE 


STUDIES 


























01750 


AEROS 


110 


1 


LORSHP LAB FROSH 


.5 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T 


446 


MAKB 






OKERLUNJ EC 


01760 




110 


2 


LDRSHP LAB FROSH 


.5 




4.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


T 


446 


MARB 






OKERLDM) EC 


01770 




120 


1 


AIR FORCE CRGANZTN 






8.00 


IC 


8.50 


AM 


T 


250 


ROTC 


LAR CARD REQ 


B 


MCSS J \ 


01780 




120 


2 


AIR FCRCE CRGANZTN 






8.00 


10 


8.50 


AM 


TH 


250 


ROTC 


LAB CARD REO 


B 


MOSS J A 


C179C 




120 


3 


AIR FORCE CRGANZTN 






11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


TH 


250 


ROTC 


LAB CARD PEQ 


B 


MOSS J * 


01 BOO 




120 


4 


AIR FORCE ORGANZTN 






1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T 


2 50 


ROTC 


LAB CARD REO 


B 


MOSS J A 


01811 




120 


5 


AIR FORCE ORGANZTN 






1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


TH 


2i0 


ROTC 


LAS CARD REO 


B 


MOSS J \ 


01821 




120 


6 


AIR FORCE ORGANZTN 






3.10 


10 


4.00 


PM 


T 


250 


ROTC 


LAB CARD RFO 


B 


MOSS J 4 


01831 




210 


1 


€EN £ Lit- CONFLICT 






9.00 


TO 


9.5C 


AM 


T 


261 


ROTC 


LAB CARD REO 


B 


WfENIG J F 


01841 




210 


2 


GEN £ Ll^ CONFLICT 






9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


TH 


261 


ROTC 


LAB CARD REO 


B 


WE EN IS J F 



SPECIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED BEFORE CLASS CARDS MAY BE CBTAINEC — 

A-TEACHER, B-DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN, C-TEACHEP CERTIFICATION OFFICE, 

t-CLASS FEE, E-EVEMNG FEE CF J3.00 PER CREDIT HOUR, «-CLASS FEE PLUS EVENING FEE OF $3.00 PER CREDIT HOUR. 
GER-CLASS FILLING GENERAL RECUIREMENTS — B-BICLOGICAL SCIENCE, H-HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS, 

P-PHYSICAL SCIENCE, R-RELIGICN, S-SOCIAL SCIENCE, L-LANGUAGE, M-MATHEt'AT ICS-STATI ST ICS-LOGIC-SC lENCE . 
8LK — F-FIRST BLOCK ONLY, S-SECCND BLOCK ONLY. 

25 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



COURSE 
DESCRIPriCN 



C R 
E L 

R K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



PAYS 
TAUGHT 



R0OM--BLRG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



01851 
01861 
01t71 

cieei 

01891 
01902 
01912 
01922 
01932 
019^.2 
01952 
01962 
01972 
01982 
01992 
0200^. 
0201* 
02024 
0203A 
QZO',', 

02054 

02064 
02074 
C2C85 



AEROS 210 
210 
210 
220 
220 
220 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
310 
330 
330 
410 
410 
410 
410 
420 

420 

421 
440 

440 



GbN t 
GEN £ 
GtN £ 
LURSH 
LURSH 
LOPSH 
AEROS 
AfcRCS 
AEROS 
AERUS 
AFRCS 
AERCS 
AERUS 
LDRSH 
LURSH 
LEAOt 
LEADF 
LEAOE 
LEADS 
FLIGH 



LIK 
LI f 
LIN 
P LAB 
P LAB 
P LAB 
PACE 
PACE 
PACE 
PACE 
PACE 
PACE 
PACE 
P LAR 
P LAB 
RSHIP 
RSHIP 
RSHIP 
RSHIP 
T INS 



CONFLICT 
CCNELICT 
CCNFLICT 

SCPH 

SOPH 

SOPH 
POWER 

pqv.fr 

POWER 
POWER 
POWER 
POWER 
POWFR 

JUNIORS 

JUNIORS 

t MGT 

& MGT 

t MGT 

t MGT 
T RUCTION 



FLIGHT INSTRUCTION 

FLIGHT INSTR LAB 

LDRSHP LAB SEi^IORS 

LDRSHP LAB SENIORS 



12.10 
2.111 
2.1" 

12.10 
4.10 
3.10 
7.00 
8.00 

10.00 

11.10 

12.10 
2.10 
3.10 

12.10 
4.10 
9.00 

12.10 
1.10 
3.13 
7.00 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
10 
TO 
TC 
TC 



TO 10. 
TO 12, 



TC 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 



00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 N 
00 PM 
on PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 



4.10 TO 5.00 PM 



12.10 TO 
4.10 TC 



1.00 PM 
5.00 PM 



agIricultltral econ Oleics 



01153 
01163 
C1173 



01134 
01194 



01204 



01214 
01224 
01234 
01244 
01254 



AG EC 112 
112 
320 



AG EC 325 tOME SlTUDY (210 HRCB) 



AG EC 32 5 
350 



AG EC 410 
AG EC 410 



40MF SlTUDY (210 ERCB) 
AGRIC MARKETING 



AG EC 425 h 

AG EC 490 
520 
560 
595R 
597R 



OME S 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



TUDY (210 HRCBI 

SEMINAR 

MGT RANCH RESOURCE 
ECCN AN AGRI PRCBS 
INUIV READINGS 
INOIV RESEARCH 



AGRONOMY 



01548 
01558 
01568 
01578 
01588 
01598 
01606 
01618 
01628 
01639 
01649 
01659 
01669 
01679 
01689 
01699 
C17C9 
01719 
0172C 
01730 
C174C 



AGRCN 151 

151L 

151L 

282 

28 2L 

2 82L 

303 

3031 

305 

305L 

30 5L 

308 

459 

491R 

495R 

497R 

560 

598R 

694R 

697R 

699R 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 



02095 
021C5 
02115 
02125 



02135 
02145 
02155 
02165 
02176 
021B6 
02196 



02206 
02216 
02226 
02236 
02246 



02256 
02267 
02277 
02287 
02297 
02307 
02317 
02327 
02337 
02347 



AN SC 121 
121L 
153 
207 



AN SC 225 eOME S 



AN SC 



311 

311L 

311L 

325 

325L 

325L 

328 



AN SC 335 
335L 
361 
361L 
362R 



365 




365L 




3 74 




374L 




421R 




492 




525 




601 




691R 




692R 





AN SC 335 l-OME STUDY (210 FRCBI 



ECCNCMICS t AGRIC 
ECCNOMICS £ AGRIC 
AGRIC BUSINESS ORG 



FARM £ RANCH MGT 
LAND e RANGE tCUN 



PRINC 

LAB 

LAB 

CENER 

LAB 

LAB 

SLIL 

LAB 

SOIL 

LAB 

LAR 

SOILl. 

PL ANT 

SEMIN 

FIELD 

SPECI 

SOIL 

AGRCN 

SEMIN 

RESEA 

MASTE 



FIELC CROPS 

AL SOILS 

GEN CLS £ SUR 
FEPT It ITY 



WATER CLNSERV 

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AR 

PROJECTS 
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CCNF £ RPTS 
AR 
RCH 
RS THESIS 



PRIN AMNAL PROO 

LAB 

FUND AMNAl BREED 

FEEDS £ FEEDING 

TUDY (210 HRCBI 

ANI PHYSIC ANATOMY 

LAB 

LAB 

MEAT £ MEAT PRCD 

LAB 

LAd 

MEAT PRCCESS MTHOS 



BPEF CATTLE PROD 

LAB 

EL£M OF DAIRYING 

LAB 

ADV DAIRY PROD LAB 



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LAB 

SCI FCLLTPY PROD 

LAB 

ADV TOPC LVSTK EVL 

SE^'INAR 

MEAT fc FCCC PRCCES 

EXP ANIMAL TECH 

SPECIAL TOPICS 

SEMINAR 



13.00 TC 10.50 AM 
1.10 TO 2.00 PM 
3.10 TO 4.00 PM 



9.00 TC 
2.10 10 



9.50 AM 
3.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 



12.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
2.10 TC 



1.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
3.30 PM 



8.00 TO 10.00 AM 
11.10 TO 5.00 PM 



11.10 
3.10 
3.10 
9.00 
2.10 
2.10 
7. CO 
7.30 

10.00 
2.10 
2.10 
I. 10 

11.0" 
3.10 
2.10 
2.10 
2.10 

10.00 
2.10 



IC 12. 
TC 5. 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 



TO 12, 
TC 10 
TO 5 
TO 5 
TC 2 
TO 12 
TC 4 
TO 5 
K 5 
TO 5 
1C 10 
TO 3 



00 N 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
00 N 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 N 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
00 PM 



11.10 TC 12. OC N 



3.10 TC 4.00 PM 

3.10 TO 5.00 PM 

10.30 TO 10.50 AM 

8.00 TO 8.50 AM 



9.03 TC 
2.10 TO 
S.OO TO 
1.10 TO 
3.10 IC 



9.50 AM 
5.00 PM 
9.50 AM 
4.00 PM 
5.00 PM 



8.00 TO 8.50 AM 

7. CO TC 10.00 AM 

13.00 TC 10.50 AM 



11.10 TC 12.00 N 



U.IO TC 12.00 N 



M M 
T 

TH 

M W F" 
M W F 
M W F 
M W F 
MTTHF 

MTTHF 

T B A 

T 
T 



M h F 
M H F 
M W F 



DAILY 

M W F 



M W F 



TH 
M W 
T TH 
DAILY 
DAILY 



M W 

W 

TH 

M M 

W 

TH 

M 

S 

M W 

M 

W 

T 

T 

T 

TH 

M W F 

TH F 

M W F 

T 

T B A 

M W F 



TH 
TH 



M W F 
F 

M W F 

M H F 



8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M W 


2.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T 


2.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


W 


I.IO 


TO 


2.O0 


PM 


T T 


2.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


T 


2.10 


TO 


5.O0 


PM 


TH 


2.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M F 



T TH 
TH 

M W F 

T 
W 



M M 

TH 

M W F 

B A 

B A 
TH 

B A 

t) A 

B A 



261 
261 
261 
446 
446 
261 
261 
261 
261 
261 
250 
261 
250 
446 
446 
261 
261 
261 
261 
250 



446 
446 



341 
341 



346 
341 

341 
463 
463 



234 
230 
230 
234 
238 
238 
230 
268 
230 
244 
244 
230 
268 
260 
268 
268 
244 
268 
268 



253 
147 
147 
361 



363 



ROTO 
ROTC 
ROTC 
MARB 
MARB 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
MARB 
MARB 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 
ROTC 



250 ROTC 



MARB 
MARB 



373 MARB 
341 MARB 
275 MARB 



HARR 
MARB 



341 MARB 



MARB 
MARB 
MARB 
WIDB 
WIQB 



MARB 
MIOB 
WIOB 
HARB 
WIDB 
WIDB 
WIOB 
WIDB 
WIDB 
WIOB 
WIOB 
WIOB 
WIOB 
WIDB 
WIOB 
WIDB 
WIDB 
WIOB 
WIDB 



268 WIOR 



343 HARR 

231 HARB 

231 MARB 

231 MARB 



MARB 
WIOB 
WIOB 
MARB 
ANSL 
ANSL 
ANSL 



MAR6 
ANSL 

343 MARB 
ANSL 

373 WIOB 



373 WIOB 
120 OPL 
343 MARB 



373 WIOB 



373 WIOB 



LAB CARD RFO 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REO 



MEN ONLY 
LAB CARD REQ 
LAB CARD RFO 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD RFQ 
LAB CARD RFQ 



LAB CARD REQ 
LAB CARD REQ 
LAB CARD REQ 
LAB CARD REQ 
LAB CARD REQ 
MEN ONLY 
LAB CARD REO 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 



LAB CARD REO 



LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REQ 



WEENIG J F 
WFENIG J F 
WEEMIG J F 
CKERLUNO EC 
OKERLIJNJ EC 
OKERLUNO eC 
BUCK>IER 3 1 
BUCK^IER 1 
BUCKNER 1 
DENMAN A 8 
OENMAN 4 9 
DENMAN 4 S 
STAFF 

OKERLIJNJ EC 
OKERLUNL) EC 
STCCK H S 
STOCK H S 
STOCK H S 
OKERLUND EC 
MOSS J A 

MCSS J A 

BAL04IN 
OKERLU^IO EC 
QKERLUNO EC 



WILDE K 
BILLY BAHE 
WOOD L 



CORBROGE II 
WILDE K D 



CARPNTER G« 



FUHRIMAN Wl 
CORBROGE IL 
CARPNTER Gl 
STAFF 
STAFF 



WILLIAMS CF 
WILLIAMS CF 
WILLIAMS Cf 
WALKER R 
WALKER R 
WALKER R 

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WOODWARD 
LAWS W 
LAWS W 
LAWS W 
FARNSWRTHRP 
WILLIA-^S C 
WALKER R H 
ST4FF 
STAFF 
LAWS W 
STAFF 
LAWS W 
STAFF 
STAFF 







JOHNSTCM Hf 
JQHNSTCN Nf 
SMITH L W 
GARDNER R I 



MORTENSON ( 
MORTENSON C 
MORTENSON ( 
ORME L E 
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ORME L £ 
ORME L E 



SHl)M',<4y R 

SHUMW4Y R 

GARDNER R 

GARDNER R » 

GARDNER R I 



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CALL A 
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STAFF 
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SMITH L W 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
JOHNSTCN Nl 



26 





CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


G P 
E I 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 










TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


AN 


THRO] 


'Ol 


OGY 




























ANTI- ni H 


JME S 


IIUY (21C eRCB) 


























02358 


ANTH lOl 


1 


I^TRC ANTHPQPULOnv 


3 


S 


9. CI 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


252 


MARB 






MATHENY R T 


0236ti 


ni 


2 


INTRO AKTHRCPCLCGV 


i 


s 


i.n 


TO 


2.0C 


PM 


M W F 


234 


MARB 






SQi'FNSCN JL 


02376 


105 


1 


IMRO TC sec ANIHR 


3 


s 


9. CO 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


247 


MARB 






MYERS M r. 


02388 


105 


2 


INTRO TO S(C A^THR 


3 


s 


1.10 


TO 


2.0O 


PM 


M h F 


374 


MARB 






STAFF 


0239B 


105 
ANIH 120 H 


3 
)ME S 


INIRD TC sec ANTHR 
UDY (21'5 HRCB) 


3 


s 


3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


324 


MARB 






STAFF 


02^38 


ANTH 120 
ANTH 211 H 


1 
IME S 


PHYSICAL ANTHRC 
UDY (21C (-PCB) 


3 


5 


n.n 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M M F 


385 


HGb 






MATHENY R T 


02*118 


ANTH 211 


90 


CULTUSes CF k-nPLJ 


3 


5 


5.01 


TC 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


117 


MCKB 




F 


BEROE L 


02A28 


317 


90 


PfCPLCS CF NO AMER 


3 


s 


7.45 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


TH 


348 


MARB 




E 


MATHFNY R T 


02438 


430 


1 


MOKAl i, RITUAL INS 


3 


s 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


274 


MARB 






MYERS M G 


02<.'.9 


431 


1 


SYST^S CF KIN MAR 


3 


s 










r B A 










MYERS M G 


02459 

AR 


480 

ABIC 


1 


TFECR SOC ANTHRO 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


335 


HGB 






SORENISCN JL 


02469 


ARAB 101 


1 


1ST YR ARABIC 


5 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


A173 


JKfcA 






VANWGNER NY 


02 4 79 

AR 


201 

CHAEC 

ARCH 101 Hi 


1 

)L( 

JME SI 


INTR^ AR;B RO L CO 

)GY 

UDY (21'J t-PCB) 


4 




3.10 


TO 

r 


4.0C 


PM 


DAILY 


A153 


JKBA 






VANWGNER HV 


C2489 


ARCHA 101 


1 


INTRO APfh OLD f(RL 


3 


s 


10.00 


10 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


247 


MARB 






JAKEMAN M H 


0249S 


101 


2 


INTRO APCH OLD WRL 


3 


c 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


267 


HGB 






CHSTEMSENRT 


C2 509 


101 


3 


INTRC ARCH OLD WKL 


3 


s 


3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


323 


MARB 






JAKEMAN M H 


C2519 


102 


1 


INTRO ARCH NEW WRL 


3 


s 


9.0O 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


374 


MARB 






BERGE L 


02529 


103 


1 


INTRO ARCH LAB 


1 


s 


4.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


T 


175 


MSRB 






BEKGE 1 L 


02530 


255 


1 


PRI^ C ANCNT TECH 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T 


385 


HGB 






STAFF 


C254C 


255L 


1 


LAB 















T B A 










STAFF 


02 5 50 


280 


1 


ARCH C SCRIPTURE 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


245 


ESC 






CHSTENSENKT 


0256T 


300 


90 


PKEHIST CLD WOPLO 


2 


s 


5.00 


TC 


7.30 


PM 


W 


117 


MCKB 




E 


BERGE L 


0257C 


310 


1 


NR-EAST EIBLF ARCH 


3 


s 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


2307 


SFLC 






CHSTENSENRT 


02580 


360 


1 


ANCNT FIST MID AM 


3 


5 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


3241 


SFLC 






JAKEMAN M W 


0259C 


350 


90 


ANCNT FIST MID A^• 


3 


s 


7.45 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


385 


HGB 




E 


JAKEMAN "^ M 


C260C 


415 


1 


SOLTh^>ESTEFN ARCH 


3 


s 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M W 


1223 


SFLC 






BERGE L 


0261 C 


415L 


1 


LAB 















T B A 










BERGE L 


02621 


■ 505 


1 


RESEARCH CESIGN 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


257 


MSCB 




A 


MATHEMY R T 


02631 671 


1 


AOV INTER METHODS 


2 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


185 


HGB 






BERGE L 


AR 


T 






























02641 


ART 101 


1 


INTRC TC APT 


2 


F 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W 


A550 


HFAC 






TURNER G H 


02651 


101 
ART 110 HOI 


2 

t STI. 


INTRO TO APT 
DY (21" FPCBI 


2 


F 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A550 


HFAC 






RATY T L 


02661 


ART 110 


1 


CSGN EVERYDAY LIFE 


2 


^■ 


1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


A550 


HFAC 






RATY T L 


02671 


110 


2 


DSGN EVERYDAY LIFE 


2 


H 


12.10 


IC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


A468 


HFAC 






TIPPETTS FM 


02681 


no 


3 


DSGN EVERYDAY LIFE 


2 


F 


8. CO 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


A550 


HFAC 






TAKAS&KI FY 


02691 


no 


4 


CSGN EVERYDAY LIFE 


2 


F 


3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M W 


A550 


HFAC 






RATY T L 


02701 


110 


5 


DSGN EVERYDAY LIFE 


2 


F 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


104 


CREH 






MARSHALL JF 


02712 


no 


90 


DSGN EVERYDAY LIFE 


2 


F 


7.45 


TC 


10.15 


PM 


w 


A 5 60 


HFAC 




E 


ALLEN 1 F 


02722 


no 


91 


CSGN EVEFVCAY LIFE 


2 


F 


5. CO 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


F 


A560 


HFAC 




E 


STAFF 


02732 


120 


1 


EASIC DESIGN 


3 




7.00 


TO 


9.00 


AM 


M W F 


A470 


HFAC 






SOUTHEY T J 


02742 


120 


2 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




9.00 


TO 


11.00 


AM 


M V, F 


A470 


HFAC 






MARSHALL RL 


02752 


120 


3 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




11.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


A470 


HFAC 






SOUTHEY T J 


02762 


120 


4 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


A470 


HFAC 






DARAIS A B 


02772 


120 


5 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M W F 


A470 


HFAC 






RQSI^IE G L 


02782 


120 


6 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




10.00 


10 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


104 


CREH 






ROSINE G L 


C2792 


120 


7 


BASIC DESICN 


3 




7.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


A470 


HFAC 






MARSHALL JF 


02803 


120 


8 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




12.10 


TO 


3.10 


PM 


T TH 


A470 


HFAC 






MAGLEBY F R 


C2ei3 


120 


9 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




3.10 


TC 


6.00 


PM 


T TH 


A47C 


HFAC 






STAFF 


02823 


120 


10 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




10.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


A560 


HFAC 






TAKASAKI FY 


02B33 


120 


11 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




10.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


A560 


HFAC 






TAKASAKI FY 


02843 


120 


12 


BASIC CESIGN 


3 




5. CO 


TC 


7.00 


PM 


M W F 


A560 


HFAC 






STAFF 


02853 


120 


90 


BASIC DESIGN 


3 




7.45 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W TH 


A470 


HFAC 




E 


STAFF 


02863 


121 


1 


BASIC CRAUING 


3 




7.00 


TO 


9.00 


AM 


M W F 


B521 


HFAC 






MARSHALL RL 


02673 


121 


2 


EASIC CPAUING 


3 




9.00 


TO 


11.00 


AM 


M W F 


b531 


HFAC 






BURNSIOE WM 


02883 


121 


3 


BASIC OPAksING 


3 




11.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M H F 


B531 


HFAC 






DARAIS A 3 


02693 


121 


4 


BASIC DPAk,ING 


3 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


B531 


HFAC 






BURNSIDE HM 


02904 


121 


5 


BASIC DRAV.ING 


3 




3.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


M W F 


e531 


HFAC 






ANOERSCN OJ 


02914 


121 


6 


BASIC DRAWING 


3 




5.00 


TO 


7.0C 


PM 


M W F 


8531 


HFAC 






STAFF 


02924 


121 


7 


BASIC DRAnINC 


3 




7.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


B531 


HFAC 






STAFF 


02934 


121 


8 


BASIC DRAWING 


3 




12.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


B531 


HFAC 






SOUTHEY T J 


02944 


121 


9 


BASIC CRAKING 


3 




3.10 


TO 


6.00 


PM 


T TH 


6531 


HFAC 






MAGLE3Y F R 


02954 


121 


10 


EASIC CRAWING 


3 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


A560 


HFAC 






MARSHALL RL 


02964 


121 


90 


BASIC DRAWING 


3 




4.30 


TC 


7.00 


PM 


M W 


6541 


HFAC 




E 


TAKASAKI FY 


02S74 


122 


1 


BASIC FIGLRE DRAW 


3 




7.00 


le 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


B561 


HFAC 






STAFF 


02984 


122 


2 


EASIC FIGLKE DRAW 


3 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


A 5 30 


HFAC 






JOHANSEN FH 


C2995 


122 


3 


BASIC FIGURE DRAW 


3 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


M W F 


8561 


HFAC 






GUNN R L 


030C6 


122 


4 


BASIC FIGURE UKAW 


3 




10.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


B561 


HFAC 






ANORUS J R 


03316 


122 


90 


BASIC FIGURE DRAW 


3 




4.30 


TO 


7.00 


PM 


M W 


B561 


HFAC 




E 


JOHANSE'I FM 


03026 


227 


1 


CESIGN-riL PAINTNG 


2 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


H W 


A540 


HFAC 






STAFF 


03036 


227 


2 


DESIGN-CIL FAINTNG 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M Vt 


A540 


HFAC 






TURNER i; H 


03046 


227 


3 


UESIGN-CIL PAINTNG 


2 




a. 00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


A540 


HFAC 






DARAIS A » 


03C56 


227 


90 


OFSIGN-CIL PAINTiNG 


2 




7.45 


TC 


10.15 


PM 


W 


A 540 


HFAC 




E 


DARAIS A B 


03066 


233 


1 


Df SIGN-WATERCOLUR 


2 




9.00 


TO 


11.00 


AM 


M W 


B541 


HFAC 






TURNER G H 


0307 7 


233 


2 


OESIGN-WATERCOLOR 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


B541 


HFAC 






RATY T L 


03C87 


233 


3 


CESIGN-WAIERCCLOR 


2 




3.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


M H 


B541 


HFAC 






8URNSI0E Mi 


C3097 


233 


4 


DESICN-WATERCOLOR 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M h 


A560 


HFAC 






MARSHALL RL 


03107 


233 


90 


CESIGN-WATERCOLOR 


2 




5. CO 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


P541 


HFAC 




E 


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CATG 




CCUPSF 


CR 


G n 

t L 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPP.UV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


CESCPIFTICN 


HR 


P K 










TAUGHT 


PCCM 


— BLDG 


ENRilLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TE4CFFR 




ART 


236 WA 


FORM 


ERLY 212 
























1 
1 


03117 


ART 


236 


1 


CNTKF INUIST DSGN 


2 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


M W 


10* 


CREH 






MA.»SH^LL Jf 


03127 




236 


2 


CNTMF INDLST OSGM 


2 




3.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


M W 


10* 


CREH 






MARSHALL Jf 


03137 


ART 
ART 


236 

2*1 WA! 
2*1 H0^ 


90 

FORK 
E STl 


CNTHf INCLST DSGN 
ERLY 239 
OY (210 HPtO) 


2 




5. CO 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


10* 


CREH 




E 


STOUT A J 


031*7 


ART 


2*1 


I 


DESIGN-LAYQUT&LETT 


2 




12.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


H W 


10* 


CREH 






HHIT^KER A^ 


03157 




2*1 


2 


DESIGN-LAYCUTtLETT 


2 




2.10 


TD 


*.00 


PM 


H W 


10* 


CREH 






WHITAKE^ Wf 


03166 




2*1 


3 


CESIGN-LAYCUTSLETT 


2 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


M U 


10* 


CREH 






STAFF 


03178 




2 50 


I 


DtSIGN-PPIMMAKING 


2 




a. 00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


P5*l 


HFAC 






ST*rF 


03188 




250 


2 


DESICN-FFINTMAKING 


2 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


B5*l 


HFAC 






STAFF 


03198 




256 


I 


DESIGN-SCULPTURE 


2 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


6215 


HFAC 






AN0F^SO4 J, 


03208 




256 


2 


OFSIGN-SCLLPTURE 


2 




I.IO 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


e215 


HFAC 






ANOE.^SC^I 0. 


03218 




2 56 


90 


DESIGN-SCLLPTUBE 


2 




7.*5 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


H215 


HFAC 




F 


ANOERSC^ 1J 


03228 




259 


I 


DfcSIGN-CERAHlCS 


2 




8.00 


10 


10.00 


AM 


M W 


8*51 


HFAC 






WILSON A Q 


03238 




2 59 


2 


CESIGN-CERAMCS 


2 




10.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M W 


B*5l 


HFAC 






WILSC«J V H 


032*8 




2 59 


3 


DESIGN-CERAMICS 


2 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


B*51 


HFAC 






STAFF 


03259 




259 


90 


LESIGN-CERAMICS 


2 




7.*5 


TC 


10.15 


PM 


W 


P*Sl 


HFAC 




E 


WILSCN A <\ 


03269 


ART 


2 59 
261 MA< 


91 

FOR^ 


DESIGN-CERAMICS 
ERLY 263 


2 




7.*5 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


TH 


8*51 


HFAC 




E 


WF4V5R \ 13 


03279 


ART 


261 


1 


DESIGN-CPAFTS 


2 




8.03 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


M W 


B*31 


HFAC 






WEAVER 'K 3 


03289 




261 


2 


DESICN-CPAFTS 


2 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


B*31 


HFAC 






ST4FF 


03299 




261 


3 


OESIGN-CPAFIS 


2 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


B*31 


HFAC 






HEIVE"* ^ i3 


03309 




261 


90 


DESIGN-CRAFTS 


2 




7.*5 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


8*31 


HFAC 




E 


STAFF 


03319 


ART 


261 

301 HOI 


91 
E STL 


DESIGN-CRAFTS 
DY (210 hPCBI 


2 




5. CO 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


F 


R*31 


HFAC 




E 


STAFF 


03329 


ART 


301 


1 


ART HIST (. APPREC. 


3 


H 


9,00 


TC 


9.50 


AH 


H W F 


A550 


HFAC 






FLFTCHE* ijl 


03339 




301 


2 


ART HIST £ APPREC. 


3 


F 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


A550 


HFAC 






GUNN ^ L 


033*0 




301 


3 


ART HIST e APPREC. 


3 


^ 


11.1" 


10 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


A550 


HFAC 






GUN4 R L 


03353 




301 


90 


ART HIST t APPREC. 


3 


F 


7.*5 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


TH 


A550 


HFAC 




E 


GUNM ■K L 


C3360 




302 


1 


ORIENTAL ART 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


A550 


HFAC 






TAKASAKI FY 


0337C 




320 


1 


ADVANCED DESIGN 


2 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


A560 


HFAC 






JOHA^SE^t F" 


03380 




320 


2 


ADVANCED DESIGN 


2 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A560 


HFAC 






DARAIS * 9 


03390 




320 


3 


ADVANCED CESICN 


2 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


H W 


10* 


CREH 






ROSI ME G L 


03*00 




321 


1 


INTERP DRAWING 


2 




8.00 


TC 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


A560 


HFAC 


' 




JOHA'^^SEN Fl* 


C3*10 




321 


2 


IMERP DRAWING 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M k 


A530 


HFAC 






DARAIS A B 


03*20 




322 


1 


A.)V FIGURE DRAWING 


2 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


B561 


HFAC 






SOUTHEY T jl 


C3*31 




322 


2 


AOV FIGURE DRAWING 


2 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


6561 


HFAC 






ROSIN? J L 


03**1 




32* 


1 


ART CRAFT FL TCHRS 


2 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A**0 


HFAC 


f 




ALOE"* L C 


03*51 




32* 


2 


ART CRAFT EL TCHRS 


2 




2.10 


TC 


*.0C 


PM 


I TH 


A*68 


HFAC 






STAFF 


03*61 




326 


1 


ART FOR ELEM TCHRS 


5 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


18* 


JKR 






GUNN R L 


03*71 




326 


90 


ART FDR ELEM TCHRS 


5 




7.00 


TC 


10.15 


PM 


W TH 


A*68 


HFAC 




F 


STAFF 


03*81 




326L 


1 


LAB 1 







7. CO 


TO 


9.00 


AM 


M W F 


A**0 


HFAC 






FLETCHfc'* OT 


03*91 




326L 


2 


LAB 







9.00 


TC 


11.00 


AM 


M W F 


A*«0 


HFAC 






ALCE-< L C 


03501 




326L 


3 


LAB 







11.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


A**3 


HFAC 






AL3EX L C 


03511 




326L 


* 


LAB 







1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


A**0 


HFAC 






WILSCN A rl 


03522 




326L 


5 


LA6 







3.13 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M W F 


A**0 


HFAC 






ALCER L C 


03532 




326L 


6 


LAE 


a 




5.00 


TC 


7.00 


PM 


M W F 


A**0 


HFAC 






STAFF 


035*2 




326L 


7 


LAB 1 







7.00 


TO 


9.00 


AM 


M W F 


A*68 


HFAC 






TIPPETTS F" 


03552 




326L 


8 


LAO 







9.00 


TO 


11.00 


AM 


M W F 


A*68 


HFAC 






ALLEN M F 


03562 




326L 


9 


LAB 







11.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


A*68 


HFAC 






TIPPETTS F* 


03572 




326L 


10 


LAB 







1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


A*6e 


HFAC 






ALLEN M F 


03582 




326L 


11 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


H W F 


A*6e 


HFAC 






ALLFN ^ F 


03592 




326L 


12 


LAO 







5.00 


10 


7.00 


PM 


M W F 


A*68 


HFAC 






RATY T L 


03602 




326L 


13 


LAB 







7.00 


10 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


A*6B 


HFAC 






TIOPETTS F>' 


03613 




327 


I 


LNOSCP STILL LF PT 


2 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A5*0 


HFAC 






TURNED G H 


03623 




327 


90 


LNOSCP STILL LF PT 


2 




5.00 


TC 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


A5*0 


HFAC 




F 


MAILEHY F R 


03633 




333 


1 


WAIERCCLCR PAINTNG 


2 




11.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W 


B5*l 


HFAC 






TURNER 3 H 


036*3 




333 


90 


WATERCOLCR PAINTNG 


2 




*.30 


TC 


7.00 


PM 


M 


B5*l 


HFAC 




E 


MARSHALL «L 


03653 


ART 


3*1 
3*3 HGf 


1 
E STl 


LAYOUT 
OY (210 HRCBt 


3 




8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T TH 


10* 


CREH 






WHITAKEi< ^F 

) 

i 


03663 


ART 


3** 


1 


CGf'M ART TECHNIQUE 


2 




8.00 


TC 


10. OC 


AH 


T TH 


10* 


CREH 






WHITAKFii Wf 


03673 




350 


1 


PRINTMAKING WRKSHP 


2 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


85*1 


HFAC 






ANORUS 1 1 


03683 




356 


1 


SCULPTURE 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M W 


B215 


HFAC 






JOHANSFN F" 


03693 




356 


2 


SCULPTURE 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


B215 


HFAC 






ANOh'^SON 3 J 


0370* 




359 


1 


CERAMICS 


2 




3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M W 


B*51 


HFAC 






WILSCN A 4 


0371* 




3 59 


90 


CERAKICS 


2 




7.*5 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


B*51 


HFAC 




r' 


iWILSCN A 3 


0372* 


ART 


359 

363 wa: 


91 

FOR^ 


CERAMICS 
ERLY 366 


2 




7.*5 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


TH 


B*51 


HFAC 




E 


WEAVER M 


0373* 


ART 


363 


1 


MTL CRFT JEWL CSGN 


2 




10.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 


H W 


K*31 


HFAC 






WEAVER 1 


037** 


ART 


377 

*o* wa: 


1 
FOR^ 


BSC CLASSRCCM PROC 
ERLY *05 


3 




7. CO 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


M W F 


85*1 


HFAC 






BREIN'tLT FE 


0375* 


ART 
ART 
ART 


*0* 
*07 H0( 
*10 wa: 


1 
E STl 

F0«^ 


MEDIEVAL ART 
DY (210 HRCBI 
ERLY 338 


2 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W 


A550 


HFAC 






BU^NSI:)E ■(^ 


0376* 


ART 
ART 


*10 

*u wa: 


1 

FQR^ 


«MERICAN ART 
ERLY *07 


2 


^■ 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


A550 


HFAC 






BU^NSIOE 'A-' 


0377* 


ART 

ART 


*ii 
*12 wa: 


1 

FOR^ 


19IM C tUPCPE ART 
ERLY *08 


2 




*.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


A 5 50 


HFAC 






FLETCHER 31 


0378* 


ART 


*12 


1 


CCMEMFCRARY ART 


2 




3.10 


TC 


*.00 


PM 


T TH 


A550 


HFAC 






FLEIC'IE^ 3l| 


0379* 




*12 


2 


CCMEMFCRAFY ART 


2 




12.00 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


250 


ESC 






flAUGM><A4 '^fi 
1 

1 
, 1 



28 



INCEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



CntKSE 

ntscPiPiicN 



CR 
MR 



C R 
t L 

P K 



CI.ASS-PfcRIOO 



OAYS 
TAUGHT 



RCCM — BLOG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TE4CHER 



C3805 
03615 
03825 
C3835 
038*5 



03855 
03865 
03875 
038fc5 
038S6 



03906 



ART *?0I' hA 



i FCKr EKIY <inp 



ART *20R 
«21R 
'.22R 
<i27R 
'.27R 

ART 428R S 

ART <>?6R 
*2 6R 
42SR 
*33R 
*33R 

ART *36R hA 

ART 436R 

ART *37 WAS 

ART <.37 

ART A'ilR WA 



1 
1 
1 

1 

90 

;c 90 
1 

90 
1 
1 

90 



1 FCPrFPir *12F 

I ACV INDUST DESIGN 
FORM! RLY AIS 



ART 



<i50R 
*56R 
*58R 
*59R 
<.59R 



1 INOIV PPESfNl TECH 

i FCftlfERLV I<'<1 

1 GKAPHC CSGK STUniO 

1 PPINTKAKING STUDIU 

1 SCULP STLCIC-CARVr 

1 SCLLP STUOIU-METAL 

1 CERAMICS STUniO 

9^ CERAMICS STUOIC) 



*61R HAS FOMERL' «63P 



ART 



<)61R 

*79 

<.79 



ART 49* HAS 



ART 



*9* 

*9e 

*99 

595 

600R 

620R 

b21R 

622R 



ART 62 7R S -C 90 



DESIGN STUOIU 
RRAWING STUDIU 
FIG DKAh INC STUDIO 
CIL PAIM STUDIO 
CIL PAINT STUUin 

FORKFPLV *7tR 

FIG PAIMKC STUDIO 
HG PAINTNG STUDIO 
LKCStPtST ILL LIFF 
WAIEfCOirP STUDIO 
WATEKCCLUR STUOIO 



1 
1 
2 

FORMI 



90 



626k tMO 67(. 



ART 



627R 
627R 
627R 
633R 
6*1R 
650R 
656R 

ART 659R F 



JRMERI V 66<i ANC t65R 



ART 



6b9R 

659R 

&61R 

661R 

690 

695 

697R 

699 



BIOAG 105 
105 
201 
2 50 
321 
325 
351 
351 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
3511 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
351L 
377 
479 
4 79 



1 
2 
90 
1 
1 
1 
1 



l.l'^ TO 3.00 PM 

10.ro 70 12.00 N 

1 . 10 TO 3.00 PM 

8.00 IC 10.00 M' 

5. CO TO 7.30 PM 



fl.OO TC 10. C AM 

7.*5 TO 10. lb PM 

1.10 TC 3.00 PM 

11.10 TC 1.00 PM 

5.00 TO 7.30 PM 



1.10 TC 5.00 PM 



1.10 TO 5.00 PM 



CRAFTS STLtIO 
SEC STUD TEACHING 
SEC STUU TEACHING 

RIY *** 

PURTFCLIC PRfcP 

MCINOFS REACINGS 

READINGS 

SEMNAP 

INCIV STD» ART HIS 

ADV DESIGN 

ADVANCED nUAHING 

Al;v FICUPE OfAhlNG 



FCPfERLY 



1 

90 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



BIOLOGICAL & AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION 



1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 

2 

1 

2 

3 

* 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1* 

15 

16 

1 

1 

2 



ADVANCED PAINTING 
ADVANCED FAINTING 
AOVANCEt; PAINTING 
AOV WATERCCLOR 
ADV GRAPHC DESIGN 
AOV PRINTKAKING 
ADV SCULPTURE 



ACV CEP4MCS 

ALV CEPAMCS 

ACV CRAFIS METAtWK 

ADV CRAFTJ METAL"rt< 

CCLCP 

SEMINAR 

^FA PRCJ MASTERS 

THESIS FLR KASTERS 



AO SCI t 

AG SCI C 

INTRO TC 

ENVIRCN 

HISTtPHI 

BICLCGIC 

NAT HIST 

NAT HIST 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAO 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

SEC TCFG 

SEC STDN 

SEC STDN 



INDUSTRY 
INDUSTRY 
BICLOCY 
tlCLOGY 
I BIOLCGY 
AL TECHNlO 
ELEK TCHR 
ELEM TCHR 



FRCC BIO 
T TEACHING 
T TEACHING 



^.l" TO 
I.IO TO 
3.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
3.ir 10 



6.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
5. or PM 
5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 



7.*5 TO 10.15 PM 



3.10 TO 5.00 PM 



*.10 TO 6.00 PM 

3.10 TO *.00 PM 

12.10 in 1.00 PM 

1.10 Tl 3.00 PM 

8.00 TO 10.00 AM 

7.45 TO 10.15 PM 



fl.CO TC 10.00 AM 

B.OO TO 10.00 AM 

7.45 TO 10.15 PM 

11.10 TC 1.00 PM 

fl.OO TO 10.00 AM 

I.IO TC 3.00 PM 

3.10 TC 5.00 PM 



3.10 TO 
/.*5 TC 



5.00 PM 
10.15 PM 



10. CO TC 12.00 N 
3.10 TC 5.00 PM 



9.00 TO 
12.10 TO 



9.50 AM 
1.00 PM 



12.10 TC 

1.10 TO 

9.00 TO 

1.10 TO 

1.10 TC 

1.10 TC 

10.00 TO 

9. CO TO 

11.00 TC 

1.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

12.00 TC 

2.10 10 

*.10 TO 

8. CO 10 

12.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

4.10 TC 

11.10 TC 

1.10 TC 

3.10 TC 

9.00 TC 

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6.00 PM 


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04463 


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492 


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04473 


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12 


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2.00 PM 




484 


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04483 


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13 


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3.00 PM 




492 


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STAFF 


0449 3 


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14 


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4.00 PM 




484 


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045'J3 


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15 


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5.00 PM 




492 


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16 


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17 


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11.00 AM 


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484 


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18 


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492 


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19 


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11.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


M 


484 


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STAFF 


04554 


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20 


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3.00 PM 


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49? 


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STAFF 


04564 


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21 


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4.00 PM 


W 


484 


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STAFF 


04574 


lOlL 


22 


LAB 







3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


w 


492 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04584 


lOlL 


23 


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6.00 PM 


M 


484 


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04594 


lOlL 


24 


LAB 







8.00 TO 


10.00 AM 


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492 


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STAFF 


04605 


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25 


LAB 







11.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


TH 


484 


WIDB • 






STAFF 


04615 


lOlL 


26 


LAB 







12.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


TH 


492 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04625 


lOlL 


27 


LAB 







1.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


TH 


484 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04635 


lOlL 


28 


LAB 







3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


TH 


484 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04645 


lOlL 


29 


LAB 







4.10 TC 


6.00 PM 


TH 


492 


WIOB 






STAFF 


04655 


lOlL 


30 


LAB 







6.00 TO 


8.00 PM 


TH 


492 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04665 


lOlL 


31 


LAB 







8.00 TO 


10.00 AM 


F 


492 


WIOB 






STAFF 


04675 


191L 


32 


LAB 







9.00 TC 


11.00 AM 


F 


484 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04685 


lOlL 


33 


LAB 







10.00 TO 


12.00 N 


F 


49 2 


WIDB 






STAFF 


046';5 


lOlL 


34 


LAB 







11.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


F 


484 


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STAFF 


04706 


lOlL 


35 


LAB 







12.10 10 


2.00 PM 


F 


492 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04716 


lOlL 


36 


LAB 







1.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


F 


484 


WIOB 






STAFF 


04726 


lOlL 


37 


LAB 







3.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


F 


492 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04736 


lOlL 


38 


LAB 







3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


F 


484 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04746 


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1 


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8.50 AM 


M W 


456 


MARB 


LAB CARD RFO 




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04756 


105 


2 


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3 


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11.10 TC 


12.00 N 


M W 


455 


MARB 


LAB CARD REQ 




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04766 


105 


3 


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2.0C PM 


T TH 


456 


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105L 


1 


LAB 







8.00 TC 


10.00 AM 


M 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04786 


105L 


2 


LAB 







10.00 TO 


12.00 N 


M 


480 


WIOB 






STAFF 


0479 7 


105L 


3 


LAB 







1.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


C4£C7 


105L 


4 


LAB 







3.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


M 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04817 


105L 


5 


LAB 







8.0O TO 


10.00 AH 


T 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04827 


105L 


6 


LAB 







11.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


T 


480 


WIOB 






STAFF 


04637 


105L 


,^ 


LAB 







1.10 TO 


3.0C PM 


T 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04€47 


105L 


8 


LAB 







3.10 TC 


5. 00 PM 


T 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04657 


105L 


9 


LAB 







8.00 TO 


10.00 AM 


W 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04667 


105L 


10 


LAB 







10.00 TO 


12.00 N 


w 


480 


WIOB 






STAFF 


C4877 


105L 


11 


LAB 







12.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


M 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04688 


105L 


12 


LAR 







3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


W 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04898 


105L 


13 


LAB 







6.00 TO 


8.00 PM 


W 


480 


WIOB 






STAFF 


04SC8 


105L 


14 


LAB 







8.00 TC 


10.00 AM 


TH 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04S18 


105L 


15 


LAB 







11.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


TH 


480 


WIOB 






STAFF 


0492 8 


105L 


16 


LAB 







1.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


TH 


480 


WIOB 






STAFF 


04938 


105L 


17 


LAB 







3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


TH 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04948 


105L 


18 


LAM 







5.00 TC 


7.00 PM 


TH 


480 


WIDB 






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04956 


105L 


19 


LAB 







8.00 TC 


10.00 AM 


F 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04968 


105L 


20 


LAB 







10.00 TC 


12.00 N 


F 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


04979 


105L 


21 


LAB 







12.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


F 


480 


WIDB 






STAFF 


C4S89 


10 5L 
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LAB 
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4.00 PM 


F 


480 


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STAFF 


04999 


BOTNY 161 


1 


GENERAL FCRESIPY 


3 




8. CO TC 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


274 


MARB 


FIELD TRIP REO 




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05C00 


205 


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d 


11.10 TC 


12.00 N 


T 


456 


MARB 


LAB CARD REO 




WHITfCN L 


05010 


205 


90 


FIELD BCTANY 


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7.00 PM 


MTWTH 


1249 


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05020 


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5.00 PM 


M 


1249 


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C5030 


205L 


2 


LAB 







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5.00 PM 


W 


1249 


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05040 


20 5L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


TH 


1249 


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05051 


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4 


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1249 


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225 


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436 


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M W F 


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276 


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HEKEDITY 


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7.45 TO 


10.15 PM 


TH 


363 


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321 


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9.00 TC 


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436 


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05111 


332 


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1.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


T TH 


436 


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TIOWELL M 


05121 


335 


1 


MYCOLOGY 


3 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


M M 


442 


WIOB 


LAB CARD RFO 




RUSHFRTH. SR 


05131 


335L 


1 


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5.00 PM 


M 


442 


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RUSHFRTH SR 


05142 


376 


1 


GENERAL CENETICS 


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9.00 TC 


9.50 AM 


M k« F 


248 


MARB 






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05152 


376 


90 


GENERAL GENETICS 


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7.30 PM 


W 


363 


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05162 


440 


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PLANT PHYSIOLOGY 


4 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M h F 


234 


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LAB CARD REO 




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05172 


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1 


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5.00 PM 


W 


288 


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C5182 


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5.00 PM 


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288 


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05 192 


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7.50 AM 


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361 


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103 


WIOB 






STAFF 


05354 


BU ED 101 


1 


BEGIN TYPEWRITING 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 






POLSC!'( J P 


053t'. 


101 


2 


BEGIN TYPEWRITING 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


211 


JKB 






POLSCN J P 


05371 


101 


3 


BEGIN TYPEhRIIING 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


211 


JKB 






CROFT E ■* 














12.10 


TC 


I. 00 


PM 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 






CRCFT E K 


05381 


101 


4 


BEGIN TYFtViRITINS 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


211 


JKB 


GEN COLL ONLY 




WESTOVE* VR 


05391 


101- 


90 


BEGIN TYFEhRITIMG 


2 




5.00 


TC 


6.30 


PM 


T 


2 50 


JKB 




E 


STAFF 














5.00 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


250 


JKB 






STAFF 




BU EO 111 T 


EST L 


IH REC AT 7,10, 




























OR' 1. 








' 
























BU FO 111 H 


nME S 


UOY (210 ERCB) 


























05101 


BU EO 111 


I 


ELEM S(-CRTHAND 


, 4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


236 


JK8 






ASH8Y N T 














12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


250 


JKS 






ASHBY N T 


05115 


111 


2 


ELEM SECRTHAND 


1 




I.IO 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 






HOWARD J M 














1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


236 


JKB 






HOWARD J H 


05125 


111 


3 


ELEM SECRTHAND 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 


GEN CCLL ONLY 




WESTOVER V* 


U5135 


111 
BU EO 112 T 
OR 4. 


90 
rST L 


ELEM SECRTH4N0 
IB (■EQ AT 7, in 


4 




5.00 


TO 


7.00 


PM 


M W 


218 


JKB 




E 


STiFF 


05115 


OU En 112 


1 


I^TEP^FD SECRTHAND 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


211 


JKB 






HCOOi^ART LM 














8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 






WOOOWARO LM 


05155 


112 


2 


INTERMED SEOKTHAND 


3 




11.10 


IC 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 






WOODWARD LM 














11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


236 


JKB 






WOnoWARO LM 


05165 


112 


3 


INTERRED SECRTHAND 


3 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


m 


JKB 






BELL ^ 














2.1" 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


218 


JKB 






BELL R 


05175 


112 
eu ED 113 T 
OR 1. 


90 
EST L 


INTER^E0 ShCRTHAND 
>B REC.AT 7, 10 


3 




5.00 


TO 


7. 00 


PM 


M U 


215 


JKB 




E 


NELSON G E 


05135 


BU ED 113 


1 


ADV SHCRTEAND 


3 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


236 


JKB 






MCCOWARO LM 














8. on 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


2 50 


JKB 






WCGOWARO LM 


05495 


113 


2 


ADV SHCR1HANC 


3 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


2 50 


JKB 






WOCDWARD LM 


05536 


113 


3 


ADV SHORTHAND 


3 




2.n 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


236 


JKB 






BELL R 














2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2 50 


JKB 






BELL R 


0S516 


113 

BU ED 203 H 


90 
UME S 


ADV SHCPTEANC 
UDY (210 EkCBI 


3 




5. CO 


TO 


7.00 


PM 


M h 


215 


JKB 




E 


NELSON G e 


05526 


8U ED 203 


1 


PKCDUCTICN TYPING 


2 












T B A 










WARNER S E 


05536 


203 


90 


PRCDLCTICN TYPING 


2 




5.00 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


T TH 


211 


JKB 




E 


STAFF 


05546 


20 3L 


1 


LAb 







9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


236 


JKB 


LAB CARD PE« 




STAFF 


05556 


203L 


2 


LAB 







9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


2 50 


JKB 


LAB CARD REO 




STAFF 


C5566 


203L 


3 


LAH 







9.01 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


211 


JKB 


LAB CARD REO 
GEN COLL ONLY 




WESTOVER VR 


05576 


203L 


4 


LAB 







1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


250 


JKB 


LAB CARD REQ 




STAFF 


05586 


203L 


5 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


211 


JKB 


LAS CARD REQ 




STAFF 


C5596 


203L 


6 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


236 


JKB 


LAB CARD REQ 




STAFF 


056C7 


203L 


7 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2 50 


JKiS 


LAB CARD REO 




STAFF 


05617 


204 


1 


ADV FRCO TYPING 


2 




11.10 


TC 


l.OC 


PM 


M k 


215 


JKB 






HOiJARO J M 


05627 


204 


2 


ADV PROD TYPING 


2 




11.10 


IC 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


215 


JKB 






H0WAR3 J M 


05637 


204 


3 


AOV PPCD TYPING 


2 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


215 


JKB 






WnODWiRD LM 


05647 


206 


1 


CALC MACHINES 


2 












T 8 A 










POLSCN J P 


05657 


206L 


1 


LAB 







8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


210 


JKB 


LAB CARD REQ 




POLSCN J P 


05667 


206L 


2 


LAB 







9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


210 


JKO 


LAB CARD REQ 




STAFF 


05677 


206L 


3 


LAB 







11.10 


TC 


12. no 


N , 


DAILY 


210 


JKB 


LAB CARD REO 
GEN COLL ONLY 




WESTnVER VR 


056E7 


206L 


1 


LAB 







1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


210 


JKB 


LAB CARD REO 




POLSCN J P 


05696 


206L 
BU EO 220 H 


5 
DME S 


CAB 

UDY (21C ERCBI 







2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


210 


JKB 


LAB CARD REO 




POLSCN J P 


05738 


BU EO 220 


1 


BCS COMNLMCATIUNi 


3 




11.10 


TC 


12. OC 


N 


M h F 


266 


JKR 






ASHBY N T 


05718 


220 


2 


BUS COFMLMCATIUNS 


3 




12.10 


TO 


l.OC 


PM 


M W F 


266 


JKB 






BAKER W H 


5 728 


220 


3 


BUS CC^'^LMCATIONS 


3 




1. 10 


TO 


2.0C 


PM 


M W F 


266 


JKB 






HOOOWARI) LM 


05738 


220 


4 


ELS CC^■^L^ICAT10NS 


3 




3.00 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M h F 


266 


JKB 






BAKER it H 


05718 


275 


1 


STENL PRCCEDURES 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


266 


JKB 






HOWARJ J M 


05758 


275L 


I 


LAB 







11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


31 


JKB 


LAB CARD REU 




STAFF 


05768 


275L 


2 


LAB 







12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


31 


JKB 


LAB CARD REO 




STAFF 



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31 



INDEX 



CATG 
OEPT NO 



SEC 



CnUPSE 
UESCHIPTI'JN 



C B 

e L 

B K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



RCGM — BLOG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLL ►lENT 



&PPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHEK 



BU ED 305 tOME STUDY (210 l-RCei 



05778 
05789 
05799 
05809 
C5819 
C5829 
05839 
05849 
C5859 
05869 
05670 
05880 
05890 
CS900 
C5910 
C592C 
C593C 
059*0 
05950 
05961 
05971 
C5981 
05991 
06002 
06012 
0«022 
06032 
060<i3 
06053 
06063 
0607 3 
06083 
06093 
06103 
06113 



BU ED 305 
305 
305 
310 
311 
311 
315 
320 
320 
320 
320 
320 
320 
320 
370 
370 
377A 
377A 
377B 
377C 
377C 
377D 
3770 
377E 
377F 
377F 
479 
479 
485 
489 
605 
615 
635 
694 
699 



BUSINESS 



BUS f 200 HCME STUDY (210 HPCB) 



06123 
06134 
06144 
06154 
06164 



06174 
06184 
06194 
06204 
06214 
0622 5 
06235 
06245 



06255 
06265 
06275 
06285 
06^9 5 
06305 
06316 
06326 
06336 
06 346 
06356 
06366 
06376 
06386 
06396 
06407 
06417 
06427 
06437 
06447 
06457 
06467 
06477 
06487 
06497 
06506 
06S18 
06528 
06538 
06548 
0655 8 
06568 
06578 
06588 
06599 
06609 
06619 
06629 
06639 
06649 
06659 
06669 
06679 
0668C 
C6690 
C6760 
06710 
C6720 
06730 
0674C 
06750 
0676C 



BUS M 200 
200 
200 
210 
241 

BUS M 301 I- 



BUS M 



301 
301 
301 
301 
301 
301 
301 
301 



BUS M 341 HOME STUDY (210 hPCBI 



BUS H 



341 
341 
341 
341 
341 
341 
341 
361 
361 
361 
401 
405 
406 
410 
410 
430 
431 
442 
443 
454 
456 
458 
458 
459 
461 
462 
480 
499 
499 
610 
610 
611 
611 
611 
612 
613 
614 
614 
616 
616 
635 
636 
636 
638 
638 
639 
639 
652 
654 
655 
658 
690 



ANAL CFf 
ANAL OFF 
ANAL CFF 
VLCATICN 
TRAKSCBl 
TRANSCRI 
CCOR TEC 



BLS. 

BUS. 
BUS. 
BUS. 



RFP 
REP 
REP 
REP 



BUS. REP 
BUS. REP 
BUS. REP 
►■ODBN OF 
fCDRN CF 
SEC TCH 
SEC TCH 
DISTRIEU 
SEC TCh 
SEC TCH 
SEC TCH 
SEC TCH 
SEC TCH 
SEC TCH 
SEC TCH 
SEC STUD 
SEC STUD 
LECT OFF 
SR SEM B 
INTRC RS 
METH OF 
I^'FL RES 
INDEFEND 
MASrERS 



ICE OPERTN 
ICE OPERTN 
ICE OPERTN 
AL BUS EO 
FT ION 
FTION 

H COOP BUS 
PT WRITING 
FT WRITING 
RT WRITING 
FT WRITING 
RT WRITING 
RT WRITING 
RT WRITING 
FC MACHINE 
FC MACHINE 
fRCC-BKG 
FRCC-8KG 
TIVE EP 
FRCC-G BUS 
FFOC-G BUS 
FFCC UF EO 
FRCC OF ED 
PFOC-STENO 
PBOC-TYPE 
FRCC-TYPE 
ENT TCHG 
ENT TCHG 
ICE ADfIN 
US TCHRS 
PCH eUS EO 
INST IN BU 
FCH CLSRM 
E^T READ 
THESIS 



mKnagement 



1 

2 
90 

1 
1 



PERSCN^L FINANCE 
PERSCNAL FINANCE 
PERSONAL FINANCE 
INTRO INVESTMENTS 
INTRC MARKETING 



OME STUDY (210 HRCB) 



FINANCIAL MGT 

FINANCIAL MGT 

FINANCIAL ^'GT 

FINANCIAL f'GT 

FINANCIAL KGT 

FINANCIAL MGT 

FINANCIAL KGT 

FINANCIAL KGT 



fiARKETIN 

MARKETIN 

^'ARKETI^ 

CARKETIN 

MARKETIN 

MARKETIN 

MARKETIN 

OPERATIC 

OPERATIC 

OPERATIC 

AOV FINA 

COMMRCL 

MGT FINA 

INVESTME 

INVESTME 

INTRO IN 

INTRNATL 

MKTG MGT 

PROD t R 

PROBLEMS 

PRCBS-»'K 

MARKETIN 

MARKETIN 

ADV MKTG 

ANAL TEC 

ANALYSIS 

RISK MAN 

BUSINESS 

BUSINESS 

MICRC EC 

MICRO EC 

WPITTEN 

WRITTEN 

WRITTEN 

QUANT BU 

MGT CCMP 

MANAGEME 

MANAGEME 

ORG BEHA 

CRC BEHA 

MARKETIN 

HUMAN RE 

HUMAN RE 

BUSINESS 

BUSINESS 

BUSINESS 

BUSINESS 

ADV MATH 

CCNTRCLS 

BUSINESS 

INVESTME 

SEM FINA 



MGT 
MGT 
MGT 
MGT 
MGT 
MGT 
MGT 

NS MGT 

NS MGT 

NS MGT 

NCIAL MGT 

eANK MGT 

^CIAL INST 

NTS 

NTS 

TBNATL BUS 
MARKETING 
£ CLNSUMR 

RANO MGT 
SALES MGT 

TG MGT 

G RESEARCH 

G RESEARCH 
THRYCMGT 

H CPER MGT 
CF SYSTMS 

AGEMENT 
POLICY 
POLICY 

CNCMICS 

CNCMICS 

ANALYSIS 1 

ANALYSIS 1 

ANALYSIS I 

S ANAL 1 

TR CNCPTS 

^T CNTPL 1 

NT CNTFL I 

VICR 

VICP 

C MGT 2 

LATICNS 

LATIONS 
FINANCE 2 
FINANCE 2 
POLICY I 
POLICY 1 
ANALYSIS 
3 
RESEARCH 

NTS 

NCE MGT 



8.0'3 
10.00 
2.13 
8. on 
B.OO 
1.10 
1.10 
9.00 

10. ro 

11.10 

12.10 
1 .10 
2.10 
3.10 
8.00 
1.10 

11.10 
1.10 
9.00 
1.10 

11.10 
2.10 
8.01 
3.10 
9.00 
2.10 



TC 8, 

TO 10, 

TC 3, 

TO 8. 

TC 10, 

TO 3, 

TC 2, 

TO 9, 

TO 10, 

TO 12, 

TO 1, 

10 2, 

TO 3, 

TO 4. 

TO 10. 

TC 3, 

TO 12, 

TO 2, 

TO 9, 

TC 2, 

TO 12, 

TC 3, 

TO 8. 

TO 4, 

TO 9, 

TO 3, 



,50 AM 

50 AM 

,00 PM 

50 AM 

CO AM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

,00 N 

00 PM 

,00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

00 AM 

,00 PM 

00 N 

,00 PM 

50 AM 

,00 PM 

00 N 

00 PM 

,50 AM 

,00 PM 

50 AM 

,00 PM 



M W F 
M W F 
M W F 
T TH 
M W F 

W' F 

TH 

W F 

W 

W 

W 
M W 
M W 
M W 
DAILY 
DAILY 
M W 
M W 

TH 

W 

W 

TH 

TH 

W 

W 

W 



4.10 TO 5.00 PM 

8.00 TO 8.50 AM 

11.10 TO 12.00 N 

10.00 TC 10.50 AM 

2.10 TC 3.00 PM 



T 

M 

M 

T 

T 

M 

M 

M 

TEA 

T B A 

W 

MTkTH 

M W F 

M W F 

M w r 

T B A 
T B A 



7.00 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


W 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


W 


1Z.40 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M 


w 


7.00 


TO 


8.20 


AM 


T 


TH 



3.40 TO 
12.40 TO 



5.00 PM 
2.00 PM 



11.10 TC 12.30 PM 

8.30 TO 9.50 AM 

11 .10 TO 12.30 PM 

8.30 TC 9.50 AM 

7.00 TO 8.20 AM 

11.10 TO 12.30 PM 



TH 

TH 

W 

n 

M 

TH 

TH 

TH 



265 
266 
266 
266 
215 
215 
?66 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
221 
31 
31 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 



115 
231 
107 
245 
155 



290 
278 
172 
288 
290 
A068 
290 
278 



JKB 
JKB 
JKri 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKS 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 



JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 

JKB 



172 


JKB 


172 


JKB 


172 


JKB 


172 


JKB 


273 


JKB 



JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKB 



8.30 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


17? 


JKB 


3.40 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


80 


JKB 


3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


W 


290 


JKB 


12.40 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W 


80 


JKB 


2.10 


TC 


3.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


278 


JJUi 


3.40 


10 


5.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


278 


JKB 


2.10 


TO 


3.30 


PM 


M 


W 


290 


JKB 


3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


W 


80 


JKB 


8.30 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W 


A068 


JKBA 


12.40 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


288 


JKB 


e.30 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W 


172 


JKB 


3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


w 


288 


JKB 


2.10 


TO 


3.30 


PM 


M 


w 


288 


JKB 


11 .10 


TC 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


288 


JKB 


2.10 


TO 


3.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


172 


JKB 


2.10 


TC 


3.30 


PM 


M 


W 


278 


JKB 


11.10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


M 


W 


278 


JKB 


11.10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


172 


JKB 


2.10 


TO 


3.30 


PM 


M 


W 


172 


JKB 


7.00 


TC 


8.20 


AM 


T 


TH 


80 


JKB 


8.30 


10 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W 


278 


JKB 


12.40 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


172 


JKB 


3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


172 


JKB 


3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


S068 


JKBA 


2.10 


TC 


3.30 


PM 


M 


W 


80 


JKB 


2.10 


TO 


3.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


80 


JKB 


3.40 


10 


5.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


288 


JKB 


12.40 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


BO 


JKB 


11.10 


10 


12.30 


PM 


M 


W 


80 


JKB 


12.40 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W 


»068 


JKBA 


8.30 


TO 


9.5C 


AM 


M 


h 


80 


JKB 


11.10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


M 


w 


i068 


JKBA 


2.10 


10 


3.30 


PM 


M 


w 


^068 


JKBA 


3.40 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


w 


1068 


JKBA 


9.30 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


288 


JKB 


7.00 


TC 


fa. 20 


AM 


T 


F 


288 


JKB 


11.10 


10 


12.30 


PM 


T 


F 


S068 


JKBA 


2.10 


10 


3.30 


PM 


T 


F 


106B 


JKBA 


12.40 


1C 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


290 


JKB 


2.10 


10 


3.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


290 


JKB 


12.40 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W 


28 8 


JKB 


12.40 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W 


278 


JKB 


12.40 


10 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W 


290 


JKB 


8.30 


10 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


290 


JKB 


11.10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


290 


JKB 


ti.30 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


80 


JKS 


11.10 


1C 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


80 


JKB 


11 .10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


M 


W 


288 


JKB 


12.40 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


4068 


JKBA 


2.10 


TC 


3.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


288 


JKB 


B.30 


TO 


9.5P 


AM 


M 


W 


290 


JKB 


11.10 


TC 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


290 


JKB 



c 
c 

C 
C 

c 
c 
c 
c 

C 
C 

Ct 
Ct 



SMITH H T 
BAKER A H 
SMITH H T 
SMITH i a 
ASHIY N T 
PETE-tSEN IJ 
SMITH G <* 
NELSON ,-. E 
SMITH H T 
NFLSCN 5 = 
PFKKY J 
STC )DAR0 TO 
HARMi;!^ S E 
WA^NEi^ S E 
aOVER L 
BAXE^ il H 
WARNER S e 
WARNER S € 
SMIT,< rv ■» 
BOVER ■; L 
BOYER r, L 
PETERSEN ij 
PETERS6M 3J 
STC>,5A^0 TO 
PERRY J 
PERRY J 
PErEi*SE,N 9J 
BOYER G L 
SMITH H T 
PETERSEN 3J 
BELL R J 
PERRY ') J 
STO')0!lRJ TO 
NELSCN ,5 E 
NFLSCN G E 



ANDFRSCN M 
WALKFi* S H 
WALKER S H 
PEARCE W E 
JTNES C 1 



PARKER W 
PAi^KER t * 
SMIT't M £ 
PhARCE W E 
WISTISE^ MJ 
DAINES R H 
CAll I T 
SMITH A E 



TAYLIR W J 
H4TC I •< 
PARKER 5 A 
PARKER W 
PINNEY J K 
PINN":/ J K 
MCKIN;SON GE 
HATCH R 3 
HATCi \ 
HATCi) R 
LAMBERT * R 
CALOE^ J H 
SMITI -K E 
LAViJF^T H R 
LA*.1S'IT w R 
PINNEY J K 
BARNES H W 
MCKINNON GF 
BARNES >\ * 
DEVEY C R 
SCHILL ^ L 
SCHILL R L 
SCMILL R L 
MCKINNON GF 
LEE T N 
LFE T N 
SMITH -1 E 
STANFJRl "J 
EOi^A'^iOS w F 
RICKENBACH ' 
HISTISEN MJ 
CMSTENSENEL 
CHSTENSENEL 
CHSTFNSENEL 
LEE T .\ 
STAFF 
GARRISC^ RH 
GARRISON RH 
COVEY S ^ 
CO/EY S R 
OAKS C L 
STAFF 
STAFF 
CALL 1 T 
DAINES *. H 
OAKS C L 
OAKS C L 
CHSTENSENEL 
HUOBAR ) £ 
KARNES iH A 
EDWARDS W F 
CALL I T 



32 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



CAREER 



SEC 



0RIENTATIOI»J 



00242 

00252 

00262 

00272 

00283 

00293 ! 

00303 

0C313 

00 32 3 

00333 

003*3 

00353 

0036 3 

00374 

00384 

00394 

00404 

00414 

00424 

00434 



CR OR 096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 
096 



CHEMICAjL ENGINEER 



067T1 



06781 
06791 
06801 
06811 
06621 
06831 
06841 
06851 
06E62 
06E72 
06682 
06892 
06902 
06912 
06922 
CtS32 
C6942 
06953 
06963 
06973 



CH EN 100 
FRICAY, OU 



CH EN 100 



ECTUfE ON 



I SECTICN CN MC^CAY 



CH EN 273 HOME STUCr (210 HRC8I 



CH EN 273 
373 
3 74 
378 
474 
476 
477 
478 
49 lA 
498 
499 
582 
673 
577 
691R 
697 
699 
791R 
797 
799 



CHEMISTRY 



06983 
C6993 
07004 
07C14 
07024 
07035 
07045 
07C55 
07065 
07075 
07085 
07C95 
07105 
07115 
07126 
07136 



07146 
07156 
07166 
07176 
07186 
0719 6 
072Ct 
07217 
07227 
07237 
07247 
07257 
07267 
072 7 7 



CHEM 100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
102 
102 
103 
103 
103 
103 
103Q 
1030 
1030 
103Q 

105 LECTURi 



MITK QUIZ 
OR 16. 105 



WITH QUIZ ! 
105 SEC 3 t 
QUIZ SEC 31 
SEC 4 MUST 



SEC 41,42t'3.44, 



CHE 



M 105 

105 

105 

105 

105 

1050 

135Q 

1050 

105Q 

105C 

105Q 

1050 

105Q 

1050 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

a 

9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
90 
91 



CCjLPSE 
DESCRIPTION 



CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 
CAREER 



ttlCANCE 
GLICANCE 
CLICANCE 
CUICANCE 
GllCANCE 
GtinANCE 
GLICANCE 
GUICANCE 
GUICANCE 
GLIfANCE 
GLICANCE 
GUIDANCE 
GUICANCE 
GUICANCE 
GLICANCE 
GLICANCE 
GLICANCE 
GLICANCE 
GUICANCE 
GUIDANCE 



CHE>« 100 HIME STUDY (21C l-PCBI 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

90 

I 

2 

I 

2 

3 

4 

11 

21 

31 

41 

SEC 



3EC 



II 

SEC 2 
EC 21 

UST 



1 

2 

3 

4 

90 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

15 

21 

22 

23 



INTRO CHEM ENGR I 



CHEf HRCC 
CHEf ENG 
TRAKSPCPT 
SCI OF EN 
CHE^' EKG 
UNIT CPER 
LMT CFER 
CHEM ENG 
SEMINAR 
SPECIAL F 
UNCERGRAC 
INTRC NUC 
TRANSPORT 
CREATIVE 
SEMINAR 
RESEARCH 
TKESIS 
COCTOPATE 
DOCTORATE 
CISSERTAT 



ESS PRINC 
THERMOUYN 

PHENCM 
G MATERLS 
THERMODYN 
ATICNS 
ATICN LAB 
KINETICS 

RCBLEMS 
THESIS 

LEAR ENGR 
PHENUM 

SK CHEM E 



SEMINAR 
RESEARCH 
ICN 



if CCL 
EM CCL 
EH CCL 
if CCL 
EM CCL 
EM CCL 
TRC CH 
TRC CH 
TKO CH 
TRC CH 
TRC CH 
TRC CH 
IZ 
IZ 
IZ 
IZ 



LEGE CHEM 
LEGE CHE^' 
LEGE CHEM 
LECE CHEM 
LEGE CHEM 
LEGE CHEM 
EMSTRY 
Ef ISTRY 
if LAb 
EM LAS 
EM LAB 
if LAB 



BE 



I MLST BE TAKEN 
r 12, 13, 14, 15 

MUST BE TAKEN 
,22,23,24 CR 25. 
TAKEN WITF 



,32,33,34 CR 35. 105 
BE TAKEN WlTh CLIZ 



CR 45. 

GEN COLLEGE CHEM 

GEN COLLEGE CHEM 

GEN CCLLECE CHEM 

GEN COLLEGE CHEM 

GEN COLLEGE CHEM 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 



NG SCIENCE 



C B 
E L 
P K 



CLASS-PERIOO 



8.00 10 
8.00 TO 
9.00 TO 
9. CO TO 
12.10 TO 
12.10 TO 
1 .10 TO 
1.1'> TO 
2.10 TO 
2.10 TC 
8.00 TO 
9.00 TC 
9.00 10 
12.10 TC 
12.10 TC 
1.10 TC 
1.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
6. CO TO 
6.00 TO 



8.50 AM 

8.5C AM 

9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2. CO PM 

3.O0 PM 

3.00 PM 

8.50 

9.50 

9 

1 

1 

2 

2 

3 

7.40 PM 

7.40 PM 



AM 
AM 
.50 AM 
.00 PM 
,00 PM 
.00 PM 
.00 PM 
.00 PM 



10. CO TO 10.50 AM 



I.IO 
3.10 
B.CO 

10.00 
2.10 
9.00 
2.10 

11.10 
4.10 



3.10 

IC.OO 

I. 10 

4.10 



TC 2, 

TO 4, 

IC 8, 

TO 10. 

IC 3, 

10 9. 

TO 5. 

TC 12. 

TC 5. 



TO 4. 

10 10. 

TC 2, 

TO 5, 



00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
50 4M 
00 PM 
00 N 
00 PM 



00 PM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 



4.10 IC 5.00 PM 



8.0C 
10.00 
4.10 
B.OO 
9.00 
5. CO 
8.00 
11.10 
8.00 
8.00 
2.10 
2.10 
8.00 
8.00 
2.10 
2.10 



TO a. 

TO 10, 
TO 5, 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TC 



TO 12 
TO 11 
TO 11 



TO 

TO 
TC 

TC 
TO 
TO 



50 AM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
30 PM 
50 AM 
00 ;>! 
00 AM 
00 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

TH 



M F 



W F 
F 

k F 

W F 

k) F 

t< F 



B A 
8 A 



B A 
B A 



8.00 TO 

9.00 TC 

11.10 TC 

2.10 TO 

5.20 TO 

7.CC TC 

B.nO TC 

8. CO TO 

9.ro TC 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

7. CO TC 

e.CO TO 

9. CO 10 



8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

12.00 N 

3.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

7.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

l."n PM 

l.OO PM 

7.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 



M W F 

M t, F 

M W F 

DAILY 

DAILY 

H 

DAILY 

DAILY 

U 

kv 

W 

M 

M 

W 

V, 

W 



H F 

U F 

tt F 

Vi F 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 



ROOM — BLDG 



A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
An34 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
A034 
2241 
2241 



245 
235 

248 
248 
244 
248 
248 
248 
248 



250 
250 
250 
168 
168 
215 
230 
230 
420 
460 
421 
460 
430 
450 
430 
440 



261 
2 50 

250 
250 
215 
215 
235 
430 
430 
215 
235 
235 
440 
440 



JKBA 
JK6A 
JKfiA 
JKBA 
JKPA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKRA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKPA 
JKBA 
SFLC 
SFLC 



255 ESC 



ESC 

ESC 

FELB 

FELB 

B34 

FELB 

FELB 

felb' 

FELB 



280 ESC 

220 B34 

248 FELB 

248 FELB 



248 FELB 



ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

8RMB 

BRMB 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 



MCKB 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 



SPEC lAL 
ENROLLMbNT 



MAJURS ONLY 



GEN CCLL ONLY 
tEN COLL ONLY 



APPROV 
HP FFE 



SPECIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED fiEFCBE CLASS CARDS MAY EE COTAINEC — 

A-TEACHER, B-DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN, C-TEACHER CERTIFICATION OFFICE, 

»-CLASS FEE, E-EVENING FEE CF $3.00 PEP CRECIT HOUR, *-CLASS FEE PLUS EVENING FEE OF t3 .00 PER COpniT H:)UR. 
GER-CLASS FILLING GENERAL RECUIREMENIS — 8-B I CLOG ICAL SCIENCE, H-HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS, 

P-PHYSICAL SCIENCEi B-RELIGICN, S-SOCIAL SC1E^CE, L-LANGUAGE, M-MATHEMAT ICS-STATI ST I CS-LOGIC-SC I FMCE . 
BLK ~ F-FIRST BLOCK ONLY, S-SECCNC BLOCK ONLY. OO 



TE9C-IF-1 



Gccosn 
G( Qosn 
R AING'< 
RAIME-t 
RAINC") 
RAINE* 
JENStM 
JENSEN 
JEMSEN 
JFMSFN 
GCJOSO 
GCOOSC 
RAI>4e:i 
RAINES 
RAINER 
JENSEN 
JENSEN 
JENSEN 
GfCOSC 
GCOOSC 



N W 

\ A n 
I c 
J c 
J c 
) c 
OEN 
1E^ 
TEN 
TEN 
N »i 
N H 
) C 
J c 
J c 

JEN 
)EN 
OEM 

V W 

N w 



HA.NKS R H 



CHSTENiENJJ 
WILSni -, -A 
BA^KE^ •) H 
BASKET H 
HANKS H tl 
fJLASSETT JM 
HORTON ^ 
POPE i J 
GLASSE1T JM 
STIFF 
ST4FF 

RanFi<s V c 
SMCijr L 

BAUKE^ H 

GL.ISS^TT JM 

STOFF 

STAFF 

GLASSETT JM 

ST\FF 

ST^FF 



SNO^V ■< L 
ANOE^jCN KP 
DALLEY N K 
BEN'NION Q C 
BENNIO g C 
STIFF 

BRIOSHIW JS 
PAUL E > 
WING J H 
WING J H 
BRYNER L C 
HRYNi;^ L C 
WING J H 
WING J H 
BRr.NE-l L C 
DRY.NE< L C 



WILSC'I 


H 


J 


THCOME 




M 


PACK R 






HALL H 






STIFF 






WILSCN 




J 


WILSCN 




J 


WiLSCN 




J 


WILSCN 




J 


WILSCN 




J 


WILSCN 




J 


THCRME 




M 


THC'<N = 




M 


THC^>li; 




M 



INDEX 



DEPT 



CATG 

NO 



SEC 



CUUHSE 
DESCPIPTICN 



CR 
HR 



G R 
f L 

P K 



CL&SS-PERinO 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



RCOM — BLOG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE-' 



TEACHER 



C7287 
07297 
OTS-Je 
07318 
07328 
07338 
073*8 
07358 
07368 
07378 
07388 
07398 



CHEK 105Q 
105Q 
105Q 
1050 
105Q 
105C 
1050 
10 50 
1050 
1050 
105Q 
1O50 

106 LECTURE 



2* 
25 
31 
32 

33 
3^^ 
35 
<.! 
42 
43 
44 
45 



QUIZ 
0UI7 
QUIZ 
CUIZ 
QUIZ 
CUIZ 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 



SEC 1 MLST BE TAKfN 



EC 



WITH LAB S 
OR LAB SEC 
106 LECTURE 



11 ANC QUIZ SEC 11 

12 AMJ3 CUIZ SFC 12. 

i 
SEC 2 M.ST BE TAKEN 



07419 
07419 
0742* 
07439 
0744S 
07459 
07469 
0747S 
074t9 
0749C 



07500 
C7510 
C752C 
07530 
C754C 
07550 
C756C 
C7570 
07581 
07591 
07601 
07611 



07621 
07631 
07441 
07651 
07661 
C7672 
07682 
07692 
07702 
07712 
07722 
07732 



07742 
07752 
07763 
07773 
07783 
07793 
078C3 
07813 
07823 
07833 
07843 
07854 



WITH LAB SEt 21 llVNC CUIZ SEC 21 



LAB SEC |22 AND QUIZ SFC 22 



CHEM 106 



106 


2 


106L 


11 


106L 


12 


106L 


21 


106L 


22 


106Q 


11 


106Q 


12 


1060 


21 


1060 


22 



GEN CCLLEGt CHFM 

GEN CCLLFGE CHFM 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 
I LAB 
I QUIZ 
i QUIZ 
I QUIZ 
; CUIZ 



111 LECTURE SEC a NLST EE TAKEN 

WITK QUIZ SEC llj. 

Ill LECTURE SFC Z ."LST BE TAKFN 

i 

WITH QUIZ S|EC 21^ 

111 LECTURE SEC b MLST BF TAKEN 

WITH OUIZ SiEC 311. 



Ill LECTURE 



WITH QUIZ SiEC 41 



CHEW 111 
111 
111 
111 
1110 
1110 
1110 
1110 
114 
114 
1140 
1140 

151 LECTURE 



SEC 



1 

2 

3 

4 

11 

21 

31 

41 

1 

2 

11 

21 



4 VLST BE TAKEN 



PPIN CF ChFH 

PRIN CF CFEM 

PRIN CF CHFM 

PRIN CF CHEM 

OUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

INTRC ANAL CHEM 

INTRC ANAL CHEM 

tuiz 

QUIZ 



SEC I MLST Bf TAKFN 



UITt- QUIZ SEC 1 
151 LECTURE! SEC 



(WITH QUIZ SEC 2 iNt LAB SfcC 21 



OR 22. 



\M LAB SFC 11. 
I MLST BF TAKEN 



CHEM 



151 

151 

151L 

151L 

ISIL 

1510 

151Q 

223 

223L 

223L 

2230 

2230 



1 

2 

11 

21 

22 

1 

2 

1 

11 

12 

11 

12 



CHEM 351 SEjC 2 REQUIRES DEFT, 
/AL. 



I 
CHAIRMAN'S IaPPRO 



CHFM 



351 

351 

351 

3510 

3510 

3510 

351Q 

3510 

351Q 

352 

3520 

3520 



I 
2 
3 
11 
12 
21 
22 
31 
32 

U 
12 



INTRU CPC CHEM 

INTRU OPG CHEM 

LAB 

LAB 

LAE 

QUIZ 

CUIZ 

CUANT 

LAB 

LAB 

CUIZ 

CUIZ 



i. CCAL ANAL 



iMC CHEMISTRY 
^NIC CHEMISTRY 
\MC CHEMISTRY 



ORGAN 

CRGAN 

URGAN 

QUIZ 

CUIZ 

QUIZ 

CUIZ 

CUIZ 

CUIZ 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 

CUIZ 

CUIZ 



9. 
12. 

8. 
11. 
11. 



00 TO 

10 10 

CO TO 

n Tc 

10 TO 

12.10 TC 

1.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

1.10 in 

I. 10 TO 

2.10 TO 

2.10 TO 



9.50 AM 

I.OO PM 

8.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

1.00 PM 
2.00 



PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 



TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 



T TH 



10 TO 
10 TO 



2.10 TO 

11.10 10 

11.10 10 

2.10 1C 

2.10 TC 



3.00 PM 

5. CO PM 
5. CO PM 
2.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
3.00 PM 



II .10 TC 12.00 N 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 



TH 
TH 
TH 

h 
M 



8.00 10 

11.10 TO 

1.10 10 

3.10 10 

8. CO 1C 

11.10 TO 

10 TC 

10 10 

10 10 

11.10 1C 

11.10 1C 

11.10 TO 



1. 

3. 

11. 



8.50 AM 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

4. 00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

12.0" N 

12.00 N 



MThTH 

MTVuTH 
MThTH 
MTtiTH 

F 
F 
F 
F 
T 
T 
T 
TH 



TH 
TH 



9. CO TO 



in 

10 



,10 1C 
,10 1C 



l.n 

8. CO 
11 
11 

9.00 1U 

1. 10 1C 

10. CO 10 

7.00 TO 

7.00 1C 

7.00 TO 

7. 00 TO 



9.00 TC 
9.00 TO 
2.10 10 
9.00 1C 
9.00 1C 
9. CO 1C 
9.00 1C 
2.10 1C 
2.10 1C 
3.10 10 
3.10 1C 
3.10 10 



9 

2 
11 

2 

2 

9 

2. 
10.50 AM 
10. oo AM 
10.00 AM 

7.50 AM 

7.50 AM 



.50 AM 

,00 PM 

.00 AM 

.00 PM 

,00 PM 

,50 AM 

00 PM ^F 
M 



MlhTH 

MTV.TH 

F 

F 

F 

F 



M F 

TH 

TH 



50 AM 

50 AM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
CO PM 
00 PM 



M M 

M M 

M U 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

T 

TH 

M W 

T 

TH 



34 



450 
430 
450 
235 
430 
440 
235 
450 
430 
450 
215 
43) 



i 250 
I 250 
I 420 
I 460 
[ 420 
' 460 
I 450 
! 450 
i 450 
i 450 



215 
215 
215 
215 
215 
215 
215 
215 
42Q 
460 
450 
450 



; 215 
i 230 
; 420 
1 420 
! 460 
' 215 
; 230 
: 230 
\ 420 
! 460 
430 
. 430 



230 
235 
2 30 
230 
230 
235 
235 
2 30 
230 
230 
230 
230 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
FSC 
ESC 
ESC 
FSC 
ESC 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



THCRNE 

THCRNE 

PACK R 

PACK 

PACK 

PACK 

PACK 

HALL 

HALL 

HALL 

HALL 



HALL H 



AN^ERS0^4 


KP 





WILSON T 


J 




ANOERSCN 


K? 




ANCERSCM 


KP 




WILSC-^ B 


J 




WILSCN B 


J 




ANCERSCN 


KP 




ANCERSCN 


KP 




WILSCN B 


J 




WILSCN a 


J 





B 


BUTLER E 


A 


8 


G04TES J 


R 


B 


OTT J a 




B 


MANGLSCN 


NF 




BUTLER E 


A 




GOATES J 


R 




OTT J B 






MANGLSCM 


NF 




BUTLER E 


4 




BUTLER e 


A 




BUTLER 6 


A 




BUTLER F 


A 



BRYNER 
WING J 
BRYNER 
WING J 
WING J 
BRYNER 
WING J 
DALLEY 
OALLEY 
DALLEY 
OALLEY 
DALLEY 



BROAOBNT HS 
BLACKH41 AU 
CASTLE R N 
BRCAORNT HS 
BPCAOBNT HS 
8L4CKH41 4U 
BLACKHAi AU 
CASTLE < N 
CASTLE R N 
HAWKINS R T 
HAWKINS R T 
HAWKINS R r 



INDEX 



CATG 
OEPT NO 



SEC 



CCLKSE 
Cf SCfrlPTICN 



C B 
E L 

P K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



RCOM — BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENRULLwtNT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



353 SEC 1 1 

ONLY. SEC ; 



07t6'i 
0787'i 
07864 
0789'. 
0790'* 
0791'! 
C7S24 
C7934 
07945 
07955 
07965 
07975 
C7Sa5 
C7995 
08CC6 

oeci6 

08C27 
08037 
C8047 
08057 
0eC67 
08077 
06087 
08097 
08107 
08118 
08128 
08138 

oei<>8 

06158 
08168 
08178 
08186 
08198 
08259 
08219 
08229 
08239 
08249 
08259 



HCUR. 



CHEf 



08269 
08279 
08219 
08299 
08300 
C8310 
C8320 
C8330 
C8340 
08350 
C836C 
C8370 
08380 
08391 
C8'.01 
08411 
08421 
08431 
08441 
08451 
08461 
08471 
08482 



08492 
08 502 
08512 
08522 
08532 
08542 
08552 
C8562 
08573 



C8583 
08593 
086C3 
08613 



353 

353 

353 

353 

3530 

353g 

354 

3540 

355 

355Q 

384 

385 

385 

461 

462 

504 

504L 

504L 

518 

521 

522 

522L 

551 

551L 

561 

565 

581 

5810 

594R 

598 

600 

663 

68 3 

684 

697 

699 

765 

789 

797 

799 



CDFR 210 HC 



CDFR 



210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
210 
21C 
210 
210 
210 
211 
211 

CDFR 261 HC 



S 2 CREDIT FCLFS 
t 3 ARE 1 CRECIT 



1 nPGAMC CHEK LAB 

2 ORGANIC CEEM LAO 

3 CRGAMC CEEM LAB 
31 ORGANIC ChfM LAB 
11 Lbll 

21 QUIZ 

1 CRGAMC CEEM LAB 

11 QUIZ 

1 CRGAMC Cl-Ef LAB 

11 QUI 7 

1 INTKC Ft-YSlU CHEM 

1 PHYSIC C^E^ LAB 

2 PHYSIC C^E^ LAB 

1 PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 

1 Pt-YSICAL CHEMISTRY 

1 INSTPUNTL ANALYSIS 

11 LAO 

12 LAB 

1 INCRGAMC SYNTHES 

1 ANALYTICAL CHEM 

1 CHEM INSTPU^ENTATN 

1 LAO 

1 SYST IDEN OKG CCMP 

11 LAB 

1 CEEf THEPfCDYNAMIC 

1 MOJ PHYSICAL CHEM 

1 bICCI-FMSTRY 

1 QUIZ 

1 GENERAL SFMNAR 

1 SPECIAL FFCBLEKS 

1 DIRECTEU TCHG CHEM 

1 REACTICN KINETICS 

1 BICC^f^ CAP30HYDRA 

1 DICCHE^ FRCTEINS 

1 MASTERS RESEARCH 

1 CASTERS THESIS 

1 CUANTUM CHEMISTRY 

1 SEL TOPICS BinCHEM 

1 nCCTCRAL RESEARCH 

1 DISSERTATICN 



CHILD DEVIlLOPMENT 



COFR 



261 
261 
261 
261 
261 
261 
305 
305 
305 



COFR 312 
312 
312 
312 

CDFR 321 L< 

IN REOUIREI 



RCOM 1405 SFLC 



08623 


CDFR 


321 


08633 




321 


08643 




321 


08653 




321 



1 

3 

4 

5 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

50 

90 

91 

92 

1 

2 



ME STUDY I21C ERCBI 



ME STUDY (21C FPCBI 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 

90 
1 
2 

90 



CDFR 312 HCME STJUY (210 ERCB) 



I 

2 

3 

90 



PRER 



CHI 

CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
CHI 
GRC 
GRC 



LO CEVE 
LD DEVE 
LO CFVE 
LD LEVE 
LO DEVE 
LO CEVE 
LD DEVE 
LD CEVE 
LD DEVE 
LD CEVE 
LD DEVE 
LO OEVE 
LD CEVE 
LD CEVE 
LO CEVE 
DEVE 
CEVE 
DEVE 
CEVE 
CEVE 
LD DEVE 
hTH DEV 
hTH DEV 



LD 
LD 
LO 
LD 
Lti 



LOFME 
LCPMF 
LCPME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LOPhE 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LCPME 
LCFME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LUPMC 
ICPME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LOPME 
LOFME 
PRES 
PRES 



NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

NT 

CHL 

CHL 



THE LD 
THE LO 
THE LO 
THE 
TEE LD 
THE LD 
DEV 
DEV 
DEV 



FAMLY 

FAMLY 

FAMLY 

FAMILY 

FAMLY 

FAMLY 

INFANCY 

INFANCY 

INFANCY 



PRIN CHILE GUIDANC 
PRIN CHILD GUIDANC 
PRIN CFILC GUIDANC 
PRIN CFILD GUIDANC 



6 TIMES 0ESIGN4TFD 



EGISTRATICN IN 



1 NURSERY SCHOOL 

2 NURSERY SChCOL 

3 NURSERY SCHCCL 

4 NURSERY SCHCOL 



V 
V 
V 
V 


2 

2 

3 
2 
2 
3 
3 
2 


2 
2 
2 

V 

3 
2 
4 

.5 
V 
1 
2 
2 
3 
V 
V 
3 
V 
V 
V 

& 



11.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
2.10 TO 
2.10 TC 

11.10 TO 
2.10 TO 
7.00 TO 
7.00 TO 
7. CO TO 
00 TO 
10 TC 
00 TO 
10 TO 
10 Tf 

10.00 TC 
1.10 TO 
2.10 TC 
2.10 TC 

11 .1? TO 

11.10 TO 
1.10 TO 
2.10 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TC 
8.C" Tfl 
8.00 TO 
7.00 TC 
9.00 TO 
3.10 TO 



7. 

3. 

7. 
11. 
11 . 



2.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

5.0T PM 

3.00 PM 

12.00 N 

3.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

7.50 AM 

10.00 AM 

7.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

2.00 PM 

12.00 

10.50 



TH 



N 
AM 



,10 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 



2.00 PM 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

11.00 AM 

ft. 50 AM 

8.50 AM 

7.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

5.00 PM 



T 

T 

TH 

TH 

T 

T 

T 

T 

T 

TH 

M 

T 

T 

M 

M 

T 

T 

TH 

T TH 



TH 

b> F 
TH 
TH 
Vi F 

M F 



1.10 TC 2.00 PM 
11.10 TC 12.00 N 
7.00 TC 7.5C AM 



8.00 TO 8.50 AM 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 



FyiMILY RE 



TH 

TH 

W F 
TH 
HTVTH 
F 
M 
T 
T 
T 
T 
•M 
T 
T 
M 
T 
T 
T 



A 
B A 
TH 
TH 
V. F 
8 A 
B A 
M F 
TH 
B A 
B A 



320 

320 

220 

440 

440 

440 

320 

440 

320 

440 

250 

688 

686 

235 

440 

440 

216 

216 

216 

242A 

110 

110 

242A 

320 

242A 

390 

255 

275 

446 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
WIOB 

moB 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

MARB 

MARB 



242A ESC 
274 MARB 
341 MARB 



440 
341 



ESC 
MARB 



4 F 

4 F 

4 S 

4 S 



ATlbNSHlS^S 



7.00 TC 
S.CO TO 
9.00 TC 
9.00 TO 

10.00 TO 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 TC 

12.10 TO 
1.10 TC 
2.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
3.10 
3.10 
4.10 TC 
4.10 TO 
1.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
4.30 TO 
7.45 TC 
7.45 TC 
8. CO TO 

10. CO TC 



TC 
TO 



TO 
TO 



9. 

9. 

10. 



7.00 TC 

8.00 TO 

12. 

1, 

10 TO 

20 TO 



.11 TC 
,10 TC 



7,50 AM 

8.50 AM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

4-00 PM 

5.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

10.15 PM 

10.15 PM 

8.50 AM 

10.50 AM 



7.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

I. 00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

7.00 PM 



00 TO 11.00 AM 
00 TO 11.00 AM 
45 TC 10.15 PM 



12.1" TC 1.00 PM 

8.00 TO 10.00 AM 

1.10 TC 3.00 PM 

6.00 TO 7.40 PM 



M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

T 

M 

W 

TH 

M H 

M W 



TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 

t> F 

V. F 



T TH 
T TH 
T TH 

W 



3236 
3228 
3236 
3228 
3228 
3236 

228 
3236 
3228 

167 
3236 
3228 
3236 
3228 
3236 
3228 
3235 
SL HL 
2201 
1219 
3232 
3236 
3236 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
MCKB 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
CNTR 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



1219 
2237 
1101 
32C8 
1219 
228 
1121 
1121 
1245 



1103 
3232 
323? 
1219 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



T R A 

T B A 

T 8 A 

T 8 A 



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BLACKHA^ 4U 
RRADSHAW JS 
8RCA0t(MT HS 
BR34J8.MT HS 
BLAC<H*M AU 
BRAOSHAW J S 
CASTLE I* N 
CASTLE < i 

castle r n 
castle r n 
whTte f g 

WHITE F G 
STAFF 

THCRNE J M 
OTT J B 
WCCLLEY E M 
WCCLLEY F M 
WCOLLEY E M 
BILLS J L 
WL'OLLEir E H 
CL'JFF C L 
CLU=F C L 
PAUL e G 
PAUL E G 
GOATES J ^ 
BILLS J L 
SWENSE^I A 
SWENSEN A D 
CASTLE <K N 
HAHKIMS R T 
HAWKINS R T 
MANGLSCN NF 
SWcNSEN A D 
SMITH H A 
HAHKINS ^ T 
HAWKINS R T 
PACK < T 
WHITE F G 
HAWKIMS R T 
HAWKINS R T 



STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

PRICE 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

BUSATH G R 

PRICE A H 

CAHOO>l W 

STAFF 

JCNES R C 

JONES R C 



A H 



STAFF 
STAFF 

DUEROEN C B 
STAFF 
STAFF 

DUEROEN C B 
LARSEN J ■< 
LARSFN J M 
STAFF 



MEAD 6 
WHITF I F 
WHITE I F 
MEAD E 



LARSEN J M 
CLARK H C 
LARSEN J M 
CLARK H C 



35 



INUtX 



CATG 

DEPT NO 



SEC 



-f- 



CCLRSE 
DESCRIPTION 



CR 
HR 



G B 
E L 

R K 



CLASS-PERIOO 



CAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — MLOG 



SPECIAL 
tNRULLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



CDFR 322 LA 
IN REQUIRE 



ROOM 1405 SFLC 



0666^ 
08674 

08684 
Oe69'i 
08704 
08714 



08724 
08734 
08744 
08755 
08765 
08775 
08785 
08795 
08805 
C8815 
06625 
08835 
08846 
08856 
08866 
08676 
08866 
08696 
C6906 
08916 
C8926 
C8937 
C8947 
C8957 
C8S67 
08977 
06987 
C8997 
09006 
09019 



CDFR 



322 
322 
323 
323 
323 
323 



CDFR 



B TI 
PR 



HE 



ERIE 



S CESICNATEC 
IGISTRATICN IN 



CDFR 360 HtHE STUDY (210 FRCB) 



360 
360 
360 
360 
360 
360 
360 
3 60 
360 
3 60 
360 
360 
360 i 
360 j 
360 ; 
360 i 
360 j 
360 i 
360 ; 

360 i 

361 [ 
361 
361 
361 
362 
362 
362 
362 
362 
410 I 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

■ 6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

90 

91 

1 

2 

3 

4 

1 

2 

3 

4 

90 

1 



GREAT EXP WITH CHC 
GREAT EXP WITH CHL 
CRG PLAN PPESCHL 
ORG PLAN PRESCHL 
ORG FLAN FFESCHL 
CRG PLAN PRESChL 



ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

ACHV 

FAfi R 

FAK K 

FAM R 

FAf F 

CHILD 

CHILD 

CHILD 

CHILD 

CHILD 

ADV C 



SUCCESS 
SLCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 
SUCCESS 

success 

ELATICN 

ELATICN 

ELATICN 

ELATICN 

IN FAM 

IN FAM 

IN FAM 

-IN FAM 

IN FAf^ 

HILD DE 



MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARK 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARK 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 
MARR 

SHIPS 

SHIPS 

SHIPS 

SHIPS 

ILY 

ILY 

ILY 

ILY 

UY 

VELOP 



CDFR 422 LAiB TIM^S DESIGNATED IN 

' i L 

i REQUIRED PRiEREGISTRATICN IN 
i Root' 1405 SiFLC I 



CSC29 i CDFR 

09039 j 

09049 • 

C9C59 ' 

C9C69 ! 

C9C79 i 

C9C69 

09099 

C9100 

C9110 

C9120 

C913P 

09140 

C9150 

09160 

C9170 

C918C 

09190 

09201 ! 

09211 

09221 

09231 

C9241 

09251 

09261 

09271 

09261 

09292 

09302 

09312 

09322 

09 3 32 



422L 

422L 

422L 

422L 

445 

445 

460 

461 

492 

492 

492 

492 

492 

540 

570 

590 

595 

597 

611 

622R 

623 

640 

650A 

655A 

655A 

660 

662 

699 

740 

755 

70s 

799 



CHINESE 



09342 
C9352 
C9362 
09372 
09383 
09393 
0S4D3 
09413 
09423 



CHIN 



CiViL ENGINEERING SCIENCE 



09433 



09443 
09453 
09463 
09474 
09464 
09494 
09504 
09514 



101 
201 
201 
211 
321 
441 
443 
445 
490R 



1 

2 
3 

4 
1 
2 
1 
90 
1 
2 I 

l\ 
90 ! 

1 

1 : 

1 

1 : 

1 

1 . 

1 

1 ' 

1 

1 i 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 

1 

1 ' 

1 

1 1 



LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

MODI FY IN 

MODIFYIN 

MARR C F 

FAKTLY 

SEM IN 

SEM IN 

SEC IN 



SEM 
SEM 



CONC 
CONC 
CONC 
CCNC 



INTRC MA 
COMM PRO 
READINGS 
SPEC TCP 
RES PPCB 
CUR CCN 
SUPV ADM 
CUR DEV 
THEG ecu 
PPACTICU 
PRACTICU 
PRACTICU 
PARENT-C 
DYN OF M 
MASTERS 
AD THR M 
ADV PRAC 
SPEC TCP 
CISSERTA 



G FM BEHVR 
G FM BEHVR 
AM INTERAC 

THE LAW 
FRY £ CONC 
HRY t 
FRY t 
FRY f. 
HRY t 
FR FAM CNL 
F RESP FAM 

IN CDFR 
IC IN CDFR 
S 6 METHDS 
RES CH OEV 

EAR CH ED 
PRESCHL ED 
N MAR DYAD 
M FAM CNSL 
M MAR CNSL 
M MAR CNSL 
HLD INTER 
AR INTERAC 
THESIS 
AR FAM CNL 
TICUM CNSL 
C FAM KEL 
TICN 



CIV E lOOA 



CIV E 101 HpME SJruDY (210 FRCP) 



CIV E 



101 
101 
101 
101 
102 
103 
103 
200A 



1ST YR CHINESE 
2ND YR CHINESE 
2N0 YR CHINESE 
2ND YR CCNV 
SELECTED READINGS 
CLASSICAL CHINESE 
MCDfcPN CHIN LIT 
CHINESE CIVILIZATN 
IND STUDY IN CHIN 



12.10 TO 
12.10 TO 



1.00 PM 
l.CP PM 
d.OT TO 10.00 AM 
1.10 TO 3.00 PM 
8.00 TO 10. OC AM 
1.10 TO 3.00 PM 



DAILY 
DAILY 
M W F 

M W F 
M W F 
M W F 



7. CO 
8. CO 

a. CO 

9.00 

9. CO 

10.00 

10. CO 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 

1.10 

1.10 

2.10 

2.10 

3.10 

3.10 

4.10 

4.10 

5. CO 

7.45 

9.nc 

11.10 
2.10 
4.1C' 
B.O" 

10.00 
1.10 
3.10 
5. CO 
8.00 



TC 
TL 

TO 
TO 
TO 



TO 10 
TO 10 
TC 12 
TO 12 



TO 
TC 
TO 
TC 
TC 
TC 
It 
TO 
TC 
TO 



TO 10, 

TC 9. 

TO 12, 

TCJ 3, 

TO 5, 

TC 8, 

TC 10, 

TC 2, 

TO 4. 

TO 7, 

TO 10, 



50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 N 
00 N 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 

on PM 

00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
30 PM 
15 PM 
50 AM 
00 N 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
no PM ' 
30 PM 
00 AM 



M 

M 

M 

M 

M 
,M 
,M 
! M 
i M 
i M W 
i M W 

■ M 

Im 

iM 
I M 

■ M 
i M 
' M 
i Th 

I ^ 

; ^ 

\ M 

! M 



M 

M 

M 

M 

TH 

T TH 



4.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

7.45 TO 

8.00 TO 

1.10 TO 

6.00 TO 

1.10 TO 

5.20 TO 

9.00 TO 

1.10 TC 



8. GO TO 
12.10 TO 



4.10 TC 
3.10 TO 



6.30 PM 

6.30 PM 

1.00 PM 

10.15 PM 

10.00 AM 

3.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

3.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

11.00 AM 

3.00 PM 



8.50 AM 
1.00 PM 



5.00 PM 
4.00 PM 



11.10 TO 1.00 PM 

I. 10 TC 3.00 PM 

10.00 TC 10.50 AM 

12.10 TO 1.00 PM 

1.10 TO 2.00 PM 



9. CO TO 9.50 AM 
11.10 TO 12. CO N 



T B 

T B 

T B 

T B 

W 

TH 

M W 

TH 

TH 

TH 

T 

TH 

M 



M 

T 
T 
T 
M 
T 
T 
M W 



W F 



e A 

B A 
W F 
TH 

B A 



W F 

e A 

H F 
TH 
W F 



1.10 TC 

2.10 TC 

3.10 

4. 

1. 

9.00 TO 



TC 
,10 TL 
.10 TC 



2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
4.^10 PM 
5.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
9.50 AM 



i DAILY 
! DAILY 
I DAILY 
T TH 
M « F 
DAILY 
DAILY 
M H F 
T B A 



INTRO CIVIL CNGR 1 .5 



IMRC ENCP GRAPHIC 
INTRC ENGB GRAPHIC 
INTRC ENCR GRAPHIC 
INTRC ENCR GRAPHIC 
ENGR GRAPHICS 1 
ENGR GRAPHICS 
ENGR CRAfHICS 
INTRC CIVIL ENGR 2 



2 
2 
2 

2 
2 
3 
3 

.5 



12.10 TO 1.00 PM 



! 10. CO TC 12.00 N 

3.00 TC 5.00 \PM 

1.00 10 3.00 PM 

3.00 TO 5.00 PM 

3.10 TO 5.00 PM 

1.10 TO 3.00 PM 

8.00 TO 10.00 AM 

12.10 TO 1.00 PM 



w 

u 

TH 

TH 
TH 
W 
TH 



36 



218 
218 
1245 
1245 
1245 
l?45 



1245 

■1219 

323? 

^IIOS 

1101 

|3232 

2237 

jl205 

32 32 

; 2*5 

12241 

13232 

;23C8 

2237 

2241 

3232 

3741 

'P241 

;i219 

11125 

32C8 

12237 

• 234 

!1121 

,'3208 

13215 

' 275 

2320A 

3241 

1103 



EOLC 
EDLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

ESC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

MARO 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

MARR 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 



260 EDLC 

260 EDLC 

1103 SFLC 

23200 SFLC 

I1245 SFLC 



11245 
11245 
1245 
1121 
; 285 
! 260 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
EOLC 
EOLC 



1121 SFLC 

11245 SFLC 

;1245 SFLC 

i 285 EOLC 

! 285 EDLC 

; 285 EOLC 

I23IO SFLC 

J121 SFLC 

i 260 EDLC 



213 

136 
107 

A0C3 
j 214 
3246 
\ 488 
»153 



HCKB 

MCKB 

JKB 

JKOA 

SFLC 

SFLC 

JRCL 

JKBA 



275 MARB 



241 
241 
241 
250 
241 
241 
241 
346 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
B34 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
MARB 



PREV APPLICATION 
PREV APPLICATION 
PRFV APPLICA1IL1N 
PREV APPLICATION 



BARLOW F P 
BARLOW F P 
TAYLOR * J 
WHITt I F 
CAH!)0 A 1 ri 
TYNO*LL C 



ST!\FF 

ST4FF 

STAFF 

KNOWLSS 

JURY C 

CANNON < L 

STAFF 

BRAJFDRI HF 

CANJCN K L 

STAFF 

CANMIN 

STAFF 

CANNON 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STIFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

KNCrtLES E 

STIFF 

BU'<R W R 

BU^R W R 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

MOSS J J 



6 M 



< L 



K L 



VANCE IT J 





WHITE I F 




TAYL )R » J 




TYNOALL C 




CAH )0 v| W 




ALLREO 3 H 




STEf) S » 




MOSS J J 


E 


ST>FF 




KNCWLES E M 




ALLRFO G H 




JUCY C G 




WILKMSCN ML 


F 


STAFF 




HCOPES M H 




DUEROE>J C 


A 


STAFF 


A 


STAFF 




ROLLINS •^ C 




JONES « C 




CAHOn\ •) ri 




CAHICN 3 W 




SCC^ESIY AL 


A 


ALLRE ) i H 


A 


HCCPES H H 


A 


MEAO e 




ROLLINS 3 C 




BURR A R 




STAFF 




SCORFSBY AL 


A 


SCCRFSSY AL 




STAFF 




STAFF 




LFE T F 




CHI ) T 




LFE r F 




CHI J T 




LFF T F 




WILL HIS r.s 




CHI T 




CHI J T 




LEE r F 




GrCOWIiM R J 




ENKF G L 




J^co^sc:^ C9 




STAFF 




WILSON A 




JACOSSCN CiJ 




CALOER 3 H 




CALDER G H 




KARREM K W 





CATC 




CCLfSE 


CR 


C B 

f I 


CLASS-PFRIQD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


bESCRIPTION 


HK 


R K 










TAUGHT 


ROOM 


--BLOG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TE1CH = R 




CIV E 201 


OME STUOV (21C HBCBJ 


























0<3S2« 


CIV E 201 


1 


ENG fECH STATICS 


2 




9.0C 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W 


241 


ESC 






THu-^or :j gs 


09534 


201 


2 


ENC MtCH STATICS 


2 




10. on 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M W 


2 50 


FELB 






STAFF 


095*4 


201 


3 


ENG MECH STATICS 


2 




1.00 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


250 


FELB 






NAYLTR C R 


C9554 


211 


1 


ELEK SURVEYING 


2 




9. CO 


10 


9.50 


AM 


T 


245 


ESC 






NAY LOR C R 


09565 


211L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T 


220 


FELB 






NAYLO? -: <* 


0957 5 


211L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


TH 


220 


FELB 






NAYL ]R C R 


C9585 


211L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 


TC 


5.0J 


PM 


F 


220 


FELR 






NAYLO^ C R 


09595 


301 


I 


ENGR VECI- STATICS 


3 




8.00 


10 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


245 


ESC 






Grno,<iw =« J 


09605 


301 

CIV E 303 t 


2 

OME S 


ENGR MECH STATICS 
TUDY (210 l-RCB) 


3 




1.10 


10 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


346 


MARB 






GoonwiN n J 


09615 


CIV E 303 


1 


ENGR CECh ^'ATRLS 


3 




8.00 


1C 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


250 


FELB 






CHST IHNSENH 


09625 


303 


2 


ENGR "ECh ^ATRLS 


3 




9.00 


10 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


2 50 


FELP 






HARTa'4 C S 


C9635 


303L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


F 


250 


FELB 






CHST I ^NS6NH 


09645 


303L 
CIV E 304 ^ 


2 

OME S 


LAB 
TUDY (210 hRCB) 







2.10 


IC 


5.00 


PM 


TH 


250 


FELB 






BARTON C S 


C9656 


CIV E 304 


1 


ENGR f'ECh DYNAMICS 


3 




n.oc 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M W 


250 


B34 






nuPOANfT s a 


09666 


304 


2 


ENGR fECH DYNAMICS 


3 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


K W 


250 


FELB 






CURRENT S a 


09676 


304L 


1 


LAB 







2.00 


10 


5.00 


PM 


W 


250 


FELB 






DU^^ANT S 


09686 


304L 
CIV E 321 ^ 


2 

OME S 


LAB 
TUDY (210 HRCB) 







2.00 


IC 


5.00 


PM 


T 


2 50 


FELB 






DURRANI S 


09696 


CIV E 321 


1 


ELEM STRLCT THEORY 


3 




mill 


10 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


2 50 


FELB 






FIl^1\aE 4 


C9706 


332 


1 


HYO £ FLUID FLOW 


3 




1.10 


10 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


2 20 


B34 






BAITCN J R 


09716 


341 


I 


ELE SCIL MECHANICS 


3 




1.10 


IC 


2.00 


PM 


M W 


250 


B34 






ROLLINS ^ L 


09 726 


341L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 


IC 


5.00 


PM 


T 


210A 


FELB 






ROLLINS < L 


09736 


341L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


W 


210A 


FELB 






ROLLINS * L 


09747 


341L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


TH 


210A 


FELB 






ROLLINS R L 


09757 


391A 


1 


CIVIL ENGR SEMINAR 


.5 




12.10 


IC 


1.00 


PM 


T 


265 


ESC 






BUDGE 4 


09767 


422 


1 


STAT INOETER STRUC 


3 




9.00 


IC 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


250 


B34 






KARREN K A 


C9777 


423 


1 


STRUCT STEEL OSGN 


3 




11.10 


IC 


12.00 


N 


T IH 


2 50 


FELB 






WILSON \ 


09787 


42 3L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


M 


2 50 


FELB 






WILSON A 


09797 


432 


1 


HYCR4ULIC ENGR 


2 




1.10 


10 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


2 50 


B34 






JACOISCM C<\ 


C9807 


451 


1 


SANITARY ENGR 


3 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


201 


FFLB 






FUHR I UN OK 


C9817 


451L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


5.O0 


PM 


F 


260 


B34 






FUhRIMAM OK 


09827 


461 


1 


HIGHWAY ENGR 


3 




R.OO 


10 


8.50 


AM 


M W 


250 


B34 






BUOGE W 


09838 


461L 


I 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


T 


220 


fl34 






OUOGE W 


09848 


471 


1 


PRCF ECCN LGL PROB 


3 




7. CO 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


M W F 


250 


834 






ENKE L 


09858 


491A 


1 


CIVIL ENGR SEMINAR 


.5 




12.10 


10 


1.00 


PM 


T 


265 


ESC 






Bl|!)OE W 


0986E 


501 


1 


ADV fECH ^'ATRLS 1 


3 




11.10 


10 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


201 


FFLB 






DURRANI S Q 


09878 


507 


1 


EXP STRESS ANAL 1 


3 




12.10 


IC 


1. 00 


PM 


M W 


250 


B34 






BARTCN C S 


098R8 


507L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


W 


250 


934 






B4RTnS C S 


09898 


527 


1 


fATRIX METH STRUCT 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W 


201 


FELB 






CHSTIANSENH 


09908 


527L 


1 


LAB 







2.00 


10 


5.00 


PM 


TH 


220 


B34 






CHSTIANSENH 


C9918 


550 


1 


WATER CUALITY ^G^'T 


3 




10.00 


IC 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


215 


ESC 




A 


MERRITT L a 


09929 


6 10 


1 


THEOCDSGN OF PLATE 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


220 


B34 






0URR4NT S 


09939 


612 


1 


STRUCT STAEILI TY 


3 




10.00 


10 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


201 


FELB 






KARRFN K W 


C9949 


623 


1 


PRESTRESS CONCRETE 


3 




9.00 


10 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


201 


FELO 






WILSON \ 


C9959 


62 5 


1 


DESIGN MLLTI-STORY 


3 




9.00 


10 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


?oi 


FELB 






ENKE '. L 


09969 


632 


1 


ADV HYDRCLGGY 


3 




11.10 


10 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


201 


FFLB 






FUHR I 1A>I OK 


09979 


633 


1 


HYD DES UATER CONT 


3 




11.10 


IC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


220 


B34 






3ARTCN 1 R 


09989 


644 


1 


ADV FCUNCATION ENC 


3 




12.10 


10 


1. 00 


PM 


M W F 


220 


B34 






ROLLINS R L 


09999 


646 


1 


FLOW CF FLUIDS 


3 




5.10 


10 


6.00 


PM 


M W F 


250 


FELB 






ROLLINS R L 


10003 


653 


1 


DES CF SFw TREATMT 


3 




1.10 


IC 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


250 


FELB 






STUT? C H 


10013 


655 


1 


SANITARY ENG ANAL 


2 




2.10 


10 


5.00 


PM 


T IH 


120 


PAGE 






MERRITT L H 


1002 3 


661 


1 


TRAFFIC ENGINEERNG 


3 




2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


220 


834 






BUOGE W D 


10033 


691A 


1 


CIVIL FNGR SEMINAR 


.5 




12.10 


IC 


1.00 


PM 


M 


215 


ESC 






stut; c n 


10043 


694 


I 


SEL PROB IN C E 


V 












T R A 










ST»FF 


10053 


698 


1 


ENGR PROJECTS 


3 












T B A 










STAFF 


10063 


699 


1 


('ASTERS 1FESIS 


V 












T 8 A 










ST*FF 


10C73 


797 


1 


DOCTORATE RESEARCH 


V 












T B A 










5T\FF 


10083 


799 

VSSIC/ 


1 


DISSERTATKN 

:iVILIZAT 


V 

10 


N 










T B A 










ST^FF 


1C094 


CL CV 341 


I 


GRK£RC(' MYTHOLOGY 


2 




11. n 


10 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


116 


MCKB 






YGUN*; M K 


10104 


341 


2 


GRKCRCM f-YTHCLOGY 


2 




12.10 


10 


1.00 


PM 


M H 


212 


MCKB 






CLARK J R 


10114 


341 


3 


GRKtRCC CYTHCLCGY 


2 




1.10 


10 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


328 


MCKB 






CLARK J R 


10124 


341 


4 


GRKCROM ^YTHOLCGY 


2 




2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


123 


MCKB 






YOUNG »* K 


10134 


342 


1 


ORIENTAL MYTHOLOGY 


2 




11.10 


10 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


266 


JKB 






WILLIAMS GS 


10144 

CL( 


441 

)THIN 


1 


CLASS LIT TRAD I 

: TEXTILE 


3 

5 




2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


3246 


SFLC 






PHILLIPS RO 


10154 


CL TX 105 


1 


FLEM CLCTFING CONS 


1 




10.00 


in 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


3245 


SFLC 






VANCF Q F 


10164 


105 


90 


ELEf CLOTHING CUNS 


1 




6.45 


10 


9.15 


PM 


W 


3245 


SFLC 




E 


CAMP1ELL JM 


1C174 


110 


1 


SELECTICN t CARE 


2 




8. CO 


10 


8.50 


AM 


M W TH 


3260 


SFLC 






MORTON L 


10185 


110 


2 


SELECTION t CARE 


2 




8.00 


It 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


3260 


SFLC 






MO^TCN L 


10195 


110 


3 


StLtCTICN t CARE 


2 




9.00 


IC 


9.50 


AM 


M M TH 


3260 


SFLC 






MO'^rCN L 


10205 


110 


4 


SELECTICN f. CARE 


2 




9.00 


10 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


3260 


SFLC 






MORTCN L 


10215 


110 


5 


SELECTION £ CARE 


2 




12.10 


10 


1.00 


PM 


M W TH 


32<i0 


SFLC 






LIFCHTY E L 


1022 5 


110 


6 


SELECTICN £ CARE 


2 




12.10 


10 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


3260 


SFLC 






LlfCHTY E L 


10235 


110 


7 


SELECTICN e. CAPE 


2 




1.10 


m 


2.00 


PM 


M W TH 


3260 


SFLC 






MORTCN L 


10245 


no 


8 


SELECTICN £ CARE 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


3260 


SFLC 






MO<TCN L 


10255 


no 


9 


SELECTION £ CARE 


2 




2.10 


IC 


3.00 


PM 


M W TH 


3260 


SFLC 






PCTTJER^; ON 


10265 


no 


10 


SELECTION £ CARE 


2 




2.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


3260 


SFLC 






P0TT1E'?; ON 


10276 


no 


11 


SELECTICN £ CARE 


2 




3.10 


10 


4.00 


PM 


M W TH 


3260 


SFLC 






ST^FF 


10286 


no 


12 


SELECTICN £ CARE 


2 




3.10 


m 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


3260 


SFLC 






STIFP 


10296 


165 




CRESS £ FATT CCNS 


4 




b.OO 


10 


10. OO 


AM 


DAILY 


3235 


SFLC 






CHILJS A P 


10306 


165 




DPESS £ PATT CCNS 


4 




8.00 


ic 


10.00 


AM 


DAILY 


3245 


SFLC 






HOSKISC^ RY 


10316 


165 




DRESS £ FATT CCNS 


4 




11.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


3235 


SFLC 






VANCE H 


10326 


165 




DRESS £ PATT CCNS 


4 




11.10 


10 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


3245 


SFLC 






POTT^E^j IN 


10336 


165 




DRESS £ PATT CCNS 


4 




1.10 


10 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


3235 


SFLC 






LEE E « 


10346 


165 




DRESS £ FATT CLNS 


4 




2.10 


10 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


3245 


SFLC 






MOHTCN L 


10356 


165 




DRESS £ PATT CCNS 


4 




3.10 


TC 


5.O0 


PM 


DAILY 


3235 


SFLC 






PUTTiJER3 ON 


1C367 


221 


90 


WEAVING 


2 


f 


4.10 


10 


6.30 


PM 


M W TH 


3270 


SFLC 




F 


LUNOIN C 


10377 


221 


91 HEAVING 


2 


s 


4.10 


10 


6.30 


PM 


M W TH 


3270 


SFLC ' E ' LUNOIN C 


10387 


235 


1 CHILDRENS CLOTHING 


2 2.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


3225 


SFLC 0C.«GAi«1 MS 


10397 


260 


1 GENERAL TEXTILES 


3 9.00 


10 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


3720 


SFLC LEE E M 


10407 


260 




GENERAL TEXTILES 


i 




10.00 


IC 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


3220 


SFLC 






LEE e M 



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CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



COURSE 
CESCPIPTION 



( B 
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CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



T^:4CHER 



ICil? 

10^37 
10447 
10*58 
10468 
10478 
10488 
10490 
10 50 8 
1C518 
10528 
10538 
1C549 
1C559 
1056S 
IC5 79 



CL 



TX 260 
260 
260 
260 
300 
300 
330 
345 
355 
355 
355 
360 
365 
472 
473 
490 
490 



GENERAL TEXTILES 
GENERAL TEXTILES 
GENERAL TEXTILES 
GENERAL TEXTILES 
CLOTHING FAMILY 
CLCTHING FA>«ILY 
HISICRY CF COSTUME 
DPP (, FLT PAT OSGN 
TAILORING 
TA ILORING 
TA ILORING 
INTtRMED TEXTILES 
CLUTLRE NASS PROO 
FASHICN INDLSTRY 
CLO t TFX NERCH I 
SEMINAR 
SbMNAH 



COMMUNICATIONS 

CCMKS 101 sfec I biSCLSSICN 

GROLPS TBA.i 



10589 
10599 
10609 
1062 9 
10619 
10630 
1064C 
10650 
1C660 
1067C 



10731 
10741 
10751 
1C761 
10771 
IC7B1 
1C791 
1C801 
10812 
1C822 
10832 
1C842 
10852 
IC862 
10872 
1C882 



IC892 
10903 
10913 
10923 
1093J 
1094 3 



1C953 
IC963 
1C973 
1C983 
1C993 
11005 
11015 
11025 
11035 
11045 
11055 



11065 
11075 



11086 
11C96 
11106 
11116 



COM^S 101 HOME STUDY (210 FRCei 



COMMS 101 
.„101 
101 
101 
lOlH- 
201 
201 
201 
201 
201 



1 
3 

5 
90 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
90 



INTRC TC NASS COMM 
INTRO TC ("ASS COMM 
INTRC TC KASS CQMM 
INTRC TC VASS COMM 
INTRC TO MASS COMM 
CONMS PRCCbSS 
Cn^fS FRCCESS 
COffS PRCCESS 
CCVVS PRCCESS 
CC^^S FRCCESS 



iCUMNS 211 HOME STUDY (210 FRC8I 



10680 
10690 
1C700 
1C710 
1C721 



CC^MS 211 
211 
211 
211 
211 



1 
2 
3 
4 

90 



COMfS 230 HOME STUDY (210 FRCBI 



CCM^S 



230 

230 

255 

255 

255 

255 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 

255L 



1 
2 
1 
2 

3 
90 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
3 
9 
10 



NEWS 
NEktS 
NEWS 
NEWS 
NEWS 



WRITING 
WRITING 
WRIT ING 
W R I T 1 NG 
WRITING 



INT8 

INTF 

INTR 

INTfi 

INTR 

INTR 

LAB 

LAtt 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAb 

LAB 

LAB 



ADVERTISING 

ADVERTISING 

RHCACCASTING 

bRCACCASTING 

HFCACCASTING 

eRCACCASTING 



CCMfS 307 HUME Sl'UDY (21? FPCB) 



CCMMS 307 
307 
312 
312 
312L 
312L 

323 SEC l' L 

CCMMS 323 
323L 
331 
331 
333 
333 
334 
334 
335 
335 
340 



I CCNNUMCAT IONS LAW 

90 COMMUNICATIONS LAW 

1 NEWS REFCRTG FDITG 

2 NEWS RFPCPTG FDITG 

1 LAB 

2 LAB 

|AB TBA 

1 PRAC PEPtPT t EDIT 

1 LAB 

1 AC CtPY £ LAYOUT 

2 AD CCPY t LAYOUT 
1 BRCACCAST ADVERT IS 
?. BRCACCAST AOVEPTIS 

1 RETAIL ACVERTISING 

2 RETAIL ACVERTISING 

1 PUBLIC REIATICNS 

2 PUBLIC RELATIONS 
90 DROACCAST NEWS 



COMC 346 90! LAB :BA 



CCM^S 346 
346 

346L SEC I 

346L SEC 2 

cc^^s 346L 

346L 
346L 
347 



1 
90 

— wR 

: 3 - 

1 

2 
3 

1 



BROCST PFACTICUM 1 
BRCCST PRACTICUM I 

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OPERATICNS 

LAB 
LA8 
LAB 
BRDCST PRACTICUM 2 



11.10 
1 .10 
2.10 
1.10 

11.10 

U.IO 
1,10 

10.00 
8.00 

12.10 
2.10 
3.10 
8.00 

12.10 
1. 10 

11.10 

11.10 



TO 12 
TO 2 



TC 

TO 



TO 12. 

TO 12, 

TC 2, 

TO 12. 

TO 10. 

TC 2, 



TO 
TC 



TO 10 



TO 
10 



TO 12, 
TO 12. 



.00 N 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,30 PM 
,00 N 
,00 N 
,00 PM 
,00 N 
,00 AM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 AM 
,"0 PM 
,30 PM 
,00 N 
,03 N 



2 F 
2 F 

2 I F S 

2 F 

2 F 

2 

2 

2 F 

2 S 

2 

3 
3 
3 
3 
3 

2 



9.00 TO 
1.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
5.20 TO 



,50 AM 
00 PM 
,00 PM 



M W F 
M W F 
M W F 
T TH 
MTWTH 
MTWTH 
M W F 

W F 

W F 

W F 

W F 

TH 

TH 

TH F 

TH 

TH 

TH 



M M 
T TH 
MTWTH 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
9.00 TO 9.50 AM 



00 PM I TH 

T TH 

M 



11.10 TC 12.00 N 

8.00 TO 10,00 AM 

8.00 TO 10.00 AM 

7.30 TC 9.25 PM 



a. 00 

10.00 

12.10 

8.00 



5, CO TO 



TC 10,00 AM 

TO 12.00 N 

TC 2.00 PM 

TC 10.00 AM 

7.10 PM 



8.0O TO 10.00 AM 

7.45 TO 10.15 PM 

9.00 TO 9.50 AM 

9.00 TO 9.50 AM 

11.10 TO 5.00 PM 

11.10 TO 5.00 PM 



10.00 TO 12.00 N 



12.30 TO 

8.00 TO 

8.30 TC 

12.30 TC 

10.00 TC 

2.10 TO 

10.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

5. CO TO 



11.10 TC 
4.10 TO 



2.00 PM 

9.30 AM 

10.00 AM 

2.00 PM 

U.30 AM 

3.30 PM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

7.00 PM 



1,00 PM 
6,00 PM 



11,10 TC i.no PM 

11,10 TC 1.00 PM 

11.10 TO 1.00 PM 

11.10 TO 1.00 PM 



38 



k 
w 

TH 
TH 



10. CO 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 


AM 




9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 




3.10 


TO 


4.0C 


PM 




5. CO 


TC 


7.30 


PM 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 




8. CO 


TC 


8.50 


AM 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 




9.00 


TO 


9,50 


AM 


TH 


8.00 


TO 


8,50 


AM 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 





M H 
M W 
M W 
T TH 
T TH 



h 

TH 

TH 

W 

TH 



T TH 
W 
T 
TH 

T 
TH 



R A 

w 

TH 
W 

TH 
W 

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W F 
W F 
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TH 

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T 
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F 
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3220 
0220 
3220 
3220 
3260 
13260 
|3270 
3225 
3225 
13225 
3225 
p220 
3263 
3270 
3270 
3270 
3270 



:CNT 
11 
\ 184 
^201 
0205 

0205 
f^506 
F506 
I 266 



F243 
f 243 
F243 
^=243 
F243 



F2C1 
F201 
E5C9 
F2fll 
E5C9 
8220 
A244 
A244 
A244 
k244 
i^244 
A244 
A244 
A244 
A244 
A244 



! n 

E5C9 
^515 
t^515 
F243 
F243 



f 245 

f245 

F245 

■245 

245 

245 

f5C9 

■509 

243 



k244 
A244 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



HFAC 

JKB 

JKB 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

JKB 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



JKB 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 



I243 HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 



A560 HFAC 

,i244 HFAC 

1244 HFAC 

,1560 HFAC 



MAJORS ONLY 
iMAJORS ONLY 



jHONORS 



LAB CARO RFO 
LAB CARD RECJ 



LAB CARD REQ 



LAB CARO REO 



B 
B 
B E 



DOflGAN L I 
CHILOS 'i P 
CHILOS M P 
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CHILOS 1 P 
HOSKISC!^ R 
JORGEf^SEN 
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OOMGAARO K 
OQWIGAN L I 
OCMIGAN L I 
LIECHTY E I 
J0RGENS6N I 
STAFF 
LEE E M 
LEE E M 



BUi^NETT M I 
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STAFF 

ANCERSCX S. 
ANOERSCN S, 
MCK INLAY Li 
HINDMARSH ' 
MILLS G E 
RICH S 
RICH S 



FAIRBNKS MC 
JEROME E A 
FAIRBNKS MC 
SMITH Q R 
FAIRBNKS MC 



BARRUS G S 

CORNWALL AS 

TARBOX N C 

MILLS G e 

MILLS G E 

MCK INLAY LA 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 



BURNETT M I] 
BURNETT M D 
HARLOSEN EC 
BARNEY R 
HARLOSE14 00 
BARNEY R 



JEROME 

JEROME 

BECKHAM 

JOHNSON 

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BECKHAM 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSON 

BRADLEY 

BRADLEY 



E A 

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C I 

R I 

R I 
C 
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R I 



CHSTENSEN 8 



MILLS G E 
TARBOX N C 



STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 

TARBUX 



N C 





CATG 




CCURSE 


OR 


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CLA 


SS-PERIOU 




DAYS 








SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCPIPTIGN 


HR 


P K 








TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLOC 




ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 




3*7L SEC 1 


— WR iTI^G £ ECiriNG 




























3*7L SEC 2 


£ 3 - 


• OPERA^IC^S 


























11126 


COMMS 3*7L 


1 


LAB 







11.10 


TC 1.00 


PM 


T 


\560 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11136 


3*7L 


2 


LAB 







11. IC 


TO 1.00 


PM 


M 


V2** 


HFAC 








STAFF 


lll'tb 


3*7L 


3 


LAB 







11.10 


TC 1.00 


PM 


F 


S2** 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11156 


363 


1 


INTERfEC PI-QTO 


3 




1.10 


TC 3.00 


PM 


M W 


)160 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD RFQ 




BARRUS A A 


11166 


363 


2 


INTERMED FHCTO 


3 




2.10 


TO *.00 


PM 


T TH 


)160 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD REO 




BA=tRUS 4 A 


1U77 


363L 


1 


LA8 







8.00 


TO 11.00 


AM 


M 


U60 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11167 


363L 


2 


LAB 







*.10 


TO 7.00 


PM 


TH 


n6o 


HFAC 








ST»FF 


11197 


363L 


3 


LAB 







8.00 


TO 11.00 


AM 


F 


)160 


HFAC 








ST VFF 


11207 


363L 


* 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


F 


;i60 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11217 


365 


1 


PRESS FHCTCGRAPHY 


2 




8.00 


TO 8.50 


AM 


T TH 


= 556 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD REQ 




BARNEY ■« 


11227 


365 


90 


PRESS PHCTOGRAPHY 


2 




6.00 


TO 9.30 


PM 


W 


1160 


HFAC 


LAB 


INCLJDED 


E 


STAFF 


11237 


365L 


1 


LAB 







3.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


M 


)160 


HFAC 








STAFF 


112*7 


366 


1 


ADV £ ILL PHOTO 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


T TH 


J160 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD RFQ 




HA'^PTIN G L 


11257 


366L 


1 


LAB 







3.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


M 


n6o 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11268 


366L 


2 


LAB 







3.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


W 


;i60 
n60 


HFAC 








ST'JFF 


11278 


3 67 


1 


PORTRAIT PHOTO 


2 




1.10 


TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD I5E0 




BARRiJS M M 


11288 


367L 


1 


LAB 







*.1C 


TC 7.00 


PM 


T 


;i60 


HFAC 








STUFF 


11298 


367L 


2 


LAB 













T B A 












STAFF 


11308 


368 


1 


PICTORIAL PHCTC 


2 




11.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


T TH 


j160 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD REU 




WALKE-< J ■< 


11318 


368L 


1 


LAB 







8. CO 


TO 11.00 


AM 


M 


)160 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11328 


368L 


2 


LAB 







11.10 


TO 2.00 


PM 


F 


;i60 


HFAC 








STAFF 


11338 


371 


90 


INTRC VOTICN PICT 


2 




5.00 


TO 7.30 


PM 


W 


360 


ARLC 






E 


GnC0 1A^( !J I 


113'.8 


372 


1 


MCTICN PICT PRCO 


3 




11.10 


TO I. 00 


PM 


M W 


)160 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD RFQ 




BARRUS /< ■A 


11359 


3 72 


2 


MCTtCN PICT PRCD 


3 










T B A 












EARRUS i i 


11369 


373 


90 


fOT PICT ^RITI^G 


3 




7.*5 


TO 10.15 


PM 


M 


= 2** 

53* 


HFAC 






E 


WHlTAKEf* SM 


11379 


*20 


1 


EOIT WRIT £ INTERP 


3 




12.30 


TO 3."0 


PM 


T TH 


HFAC 








FAIR3NKS MG 




COMA'S *27 H 


DME S 


UDY (210 HRCR) 


























11389 


COMA'S *27 


1 


MAGAZINE kPITING 


3 




8.30 


TC 10.00 


AM 


T TH 


= 53* 


HFAC 








DUNCAN ■« 


11399 


*2 7 


90 


MAGAZINE WRITING 


3 




5.00 


TO 7.30 


PM 


TH 


= ?7* 


HFAC 






E 


MCLFAN H F 


11*09 


*35 


1 


POOL REL £ PROJECT 


3 




I.IP 


TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH F 


= 262 


HFAC 








nR\0LFy 1 L 


11*19 


*39 


1 


AOVER NECIA t CAMP 


3 




11.10 


TO 12.30 


PM 


T TH 


= 53* 


HFAC 








BAPRUS 5 S 


11*29 


**9 


1 


DRCCST PRCG £ AU CN 


3 




9.00 


TO 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


= 53* 


HFAC 








RICH 1 S 


. 11*39 


*51 


1 


BROADCAST ViRITING 


2 




2.10 


TC 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


/205 


HFAC 








MILLS r, E 


11**0 


*53 


1 


BROADCAST ANNOUNCG 


2 




10.00 


TO 10.50 


AM 


W 


12** 


HFAC 


LAB 


CAPO REQ 




MCKINLAY LA 


11*50 


*53L 


1 


LAB 







10. 00 


TO 12.00 


N 


M 


k2** 


HFAC 








MC<INLAY LA 


11*60 


*56 


I 


TV OPER £ DIRECTNG 


3 




12.10 


TO l.^^O 


PM 


M 


»2** 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD REQ 




TAR 811 < ■< C 


11*70 


*56L 


1 


LAB 







1.10 


TC 3.00 


PM 


MTWTh 


12** 


HFAC 








TARBOX M C 


11*8C 


*58 


1 


BRCCST FILK' PEPFGR 


2 




*.10 


TC 5.00 


PM 


T 


!220 


HFAC 


LAB 


CARD RFU 




MC<nLAY LA 


11*90 


*58L 


1 


LAB 







*.10 


TO 6.00 


PM 


T TH 


h2** 


HFAC 








MCK INLAY LA 


11500 


*80 


1 


SENIOR SEMINAR 


3 




9. CO 


TC 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


= 506 


HFAC 








SMITH 'J R 


11510 


*80 


2 


SENIOR SEf'INAR 


3 




10.00 


TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


= 506 


HFAC 








SMITH 1 R 


11520 


*80 


3 


SENIOR SECINAR 


3 




8.30 


TU 10.00 


AM 


T TH 


;205 


HFAC 








BARRUS i S 


11531 


*91R 


1 


CCMMS SYMPOSIUM 


.5 




*.10 


TC 5.00 


PM 


M 


18* 


JKB 








BU-INETT " 


115*1 


*91R 


2 


COMMS SYMPOSIUM 


.5 










T B A 












BURNETT V 


11551 


*95 


1 


PROJ IN COMMS PRAC 


V 










T fl A 













JF^n-ie F A 


11561 


*95 


2 


PBOJ IN CCMMS PRAC 


V 










T B A 










B 


LI DOLE T C 


11571 


550 


1 


PRB £ PPC IN EC TV 


2 




*.10 


TO 5.50 


PM 


M 


1=53* 


HFAC 








RICH S 


11581 


550 


90 


PPB t PPC IN EO TV 


2 




*.10 


TO 5.50 


PM 


M 


= 53* 


HFAC 






E 


RICH J S 


11591 


556 


1 


AOV PRCGM DEVtPRCD 


2 




11.10 


TC 12.00 


'^ 


M 


= 556 


HFAC 








TA-<8 X N C 


11601 


556L 


1 


LAB 


7 










T R A 










TARBIX -1 C 


11611 


580 


1 


WRLD CCMM CHANNELS 


2 




1.10 


TC 2.00 


PM 


M W 


■53* 


HFAC 








BAPRUS i S 


11622 


610 


1 


COMMS THEORY 


3 




12.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


M W F 


F556 


HFAC 








RICH 3 S 


J1632 


611 


1 


RES METh MASS COMM 


2 




2.10 


TC 3. CO 


PM 


M W 


F53* 


HFAC 








H4RL0SEN EC 


116*2 


615 


1 


PROP PUB CPINICNS 


3 




a. 00 


TC 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


= 53* 


HFAC 








8A-<N^Y < 3 


11652 


691 


1 


SPEC STUDIES COMMS 


V 










T B A 












STAFF 


11662 


691 


2 


SPEC STUCIES CCMMS 


V 


S 








T B A 












STAFF 


11672 


6 92 


1 


SPEC STUCIES CCMMS 


V 










T B A 












STAFF 


11682 


692 


2 


SPEC STUDIES CCMMS 


V 


s 








T B A 












STAFF 


11692 


69* 


1 


READ IN ►ASS CCMMS 


V 










T B A 












STAFF 


11702 


69* 


2 


READ IN MASS CCMMS 


V 


s 








r B A 












STAFF 


11713 


6 99 


1 


MASTERS THESIS 


V 










T B A 












STAFF 


11723 

cor 


699 

APARA 


2 

.TI 


MASTERS THESIS 

VE UTERA 


V 


s 

UR 


E 






T B A 












STAFF 


11733 


C LIT 310 
C LIT 320R 


1 

.IILL 


INTRO CCMP LIT 
TUDY RCUSSEAU 


3 


H 


11.10 


TO 12.00 


Nl 


M W F 


10*9 


JK8A 








BRirSCH T A 


117*3 


C LIT 320R 


1 


EMINENT ELR WRITER 


2 


H 


9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


T TH 


S087 


JKHA 








LAMBERT L G 


11753 


338 


1 


EUROPEAN NOVEL 


V 


H 


1.10 


TC 2.00 


PM 


M W F 


363 


MARR 








BLAMCH 4AE 


11763 


355 


1 


WORLD CLASSICS I 


3 


H 


2.10 


TO 3.00 


PM 


M W F 


215 


ESC 








BRITSCH '* a 


11773 


356 


I 


WORLD CLASSICS II 


3 


H 


11.10 


TO 12.00 


N 


M W F 


3*6 


MARB 








th:4scn M C 


11783 


*75 


1 


REALISM MOC AGE 


3 




9. CO 


TC 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


255 


JRCL 








SPEAKS I C 


U793 


*95 


1 


IND READ CtMP LIT 


V 










T 6 A 










8 


STAFF 


1180* 


610 


1 


MTHDS CCMF LIT 


3 




9.00 


TO 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


**8 


JRCL 






A 


DAVIS 1 N 


1181* 


695R 


1 


INCV READINGS 


V 










T B A 












STAFF 


1182* 

COI 


699 

4PUTE 


1 

R : 


MASTERS THESIS 

SCIENCE 


V 










T B A 












STAFF 


1187* 


C S 105 


1 


CCMP £ THEIR USE 


2 




9.00 


TO 9.50 


AM 


T TH 


MO* 


JK3A 








ROai SON P P 


1188* 


105 


90 


CCMP £ THEIR USE 


2 




5. CO 


TC 6.*0 


PM 


TH 


HI 


MSCB 






R 


WRIGHT 'ia=<M 


1189* 


110 


1 


DATA PRCC FONOMTLS 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.5C 


AM 


M W F 


133 


MSCB 


MAJiIRS ONLY 




BENNETT H G 


11905 


110 


90 


DATA PROC FUNDMTLS 


2 




5. CO 


TC 7.30 


PM 


W 


121 


MSCB 


MAJORS ONLY 


E 


BENNETT H G 


11915 


110 


91 


DATA PRCC FUNDMTLS 






5.00 


TC 7.30 


PM 


TH 


121 


MSCB 


MAJORS ONLY 


E 


BEARCALL NR 


11925 


130 


1 


INTRC TO COMPUTING 






8.00 


TO 8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


111 


MSC8 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




DEAN C F 


11935 


130 


2 


INTRO TC COMPUTING 






9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


111 


MSCR 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




OUIST i« D 


119*5 


130 


3 


INTRO TO COMPUTING 






11.10 


TO 12.00 


N 


DAILY 


262 


MSCO 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




BARKH^ P R 


11955 


130 


* 


INTRC TC COMPUTING 






12.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


111 


MSCB 


LArf 


INCLUDED 




CRA^F'JRO JL 


11965 


130 


5 


INTRO TO COMPUTING 






1.10 


TC 2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


111 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUnhD 




QUIST -1 


11975 


130 


6 


INTRO TC COMPUTING 






2.10 


TO 3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


109 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




URIE P < 


11985 


130 


7 


INTRO TC COMPUTING 






3.10 


TO *.0C 


PM 


DAILY 


HI 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




BAMK==( P R 


11996 


130 


8 


INTRO TC COMPUTING 






*.10 


TC 5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


111 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




CRAWFJR) JL 


12CC7 


130 


9 


INTRO TC COMPUTING 






9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


121 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




UP IE P 1 


12017 


130 


10 


INTRO TC CCMPUTING 






11.10 


TC 12.00 


N 


DAILY 


?67 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




OUIST =« a 


12027 


130 11 ■ 


INTRC TO CCMPUTING 




M 12.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


121 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED ' 'URIE P A 


1203 7 


130 12 


INTRC TO CCMPUTING 




M 1.10 


TC 2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


135 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED BARKER •' R 


120*7 


130 


13 


INTRC TC CCMPUTING 






2.10 


TU 3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


203 


MSCB 


LAB 


INCLUDED 




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INDEX 



CATG 
OfcPT NO 



SEC 



CCLKSE 
DESCRIPTION 



CR 
HR 



C B 
I L 
P K 



CLAS5-PEPI0D 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



pnOM — BLOG 



SPECIAL 

ENROLLMKNT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



12057 
12067 
12078 
12088 
12C98 



12108 
12118 
12128 
12138 
12148 
12158 
12169 
12179 
12189 
12199 
12209 
12219 
12229 
12239 
12249 
12250 
12260 
12270 
12280 
12290 
123')0 
12310 
12320 
12330 
12341 
12351 
12361 
12371 
12381 
12391 
12401 
12411 
12421 
12432 
12442 
12452 
12462 
12472 
12482 
12492 
12502 
12512 
12523 
12533 
12543 
12553 
12563 
12573 
12583 
12593 



C S 



130 
130 
131 
131 
131 



C S 



14 

90 

1 

2 

90 



INTRC TC CC^PUTING 
INTRO TO CCVPUTING 
FORTRAN LANGUAGE 
f-URIRAN LANGUAGE 
FORTRAN LANGUAGE 



C S 231 HUME STUDY (210 HPCBI 



DESIGN AND DRAFTING 

DEST T 110 JHOME STUDY (210 FPCb) 



12644 
12654 
12664 



12674 

12684 



12694 
12705 
12715 



11834 
11844 
11854 
11664 

DUTCH 

12725 



12735 



231 

231 

231 

231 i 

231L I 

231L I 

231L ] 

231L 

231L 

231L 

233 

233 

233 

233L 

233L 

233L 

233L 

307 

332 

332 

332 

332 

332L 

332L 

332L 

332L 

332L 

332L 

351 

351 

351L 

351L 

351L 

380 

391R 

420 

431 

432 

436 

440 

451 

451L 

451L 

492 

492 

492 

492 

49j 

510 

5 80 



1 
2 
3 

90 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 

90 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
1 
2 
3 

90 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
L 
1 
2 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
1 



TEC 
TFC 
TfcC 



CG TFC 

e 

B 
8 
6 

a 

B 

CG AFP 
CG APP 
CG APP 

a 
a 

B 

a 

STPAN- 

"P ORG 

MP ORG 

fP CRG 

^P ORG 

B 

B 

B 

B 

3 

B 

FO STR 

FO STP 

B 

B 

B 

MP APC 

M CDNP 

MP OPt 

GCPITI 

MP ORG 

ST PRC 

EC CCM 

FO SYS 

B 

ti 

N[OR 

NICR 

NIOR 

MCR 

NlUR 

Rf AL 



h FCPTRAN 
H FORTRAN 
h FORTRAN 
F FORTRAN 



L COBOL 
L COBOL 
L COBOL 



ENGR t. SCI 
ANZ L PROG 
ANZ C PROG 
ANZ e PROG 
ANZ € PRCG 



LCTURE 
LCTURE 



HITEGTURE 

SCI rOPCS 
P SYSTEMS 
MC LANG 

f. PROG 2 
CESSORS 
F SYSTEMS 
TFMS ANAL 



Ef INAR 
Ef INAR 
FMINAR 
EMNf R 
EMNAR 
ANGUAGES 
MP AkPL FHYS SCI 



DEST T 111 IhDME ^TUOY (210 HRCB) 



12603 


DES T 111 


1 


12614 


111 


2 


12624 


\ 111 


90 


12634 


210 


1 



DES T 211 hJdmE s'tuOY (21C FRCBl 



DES T 211 
310 
311 



DES T 355 h^ME STUDY (210 hPCB) 



DES T 355 
355 



I 
90 



DES T 410 liOME SirUUY (210 HPCBI 



liCi 



DES T 410 
411 
449 



MFCF CRAk FUND 
MECF DRAW FUND 
MECH OPAk FUND 
DESCRIPTIVE GEOM 



ADV MECH CRAFTING 
PROF GRAPH APPl 
ACRONALTICAL DRAFT 



RESIDENTIAL DRAFT 
RESIDENTIAL DRAFT 



TFCF ILLLSTRATION 

PhCTODRAV,ING 

SP PhCfl CRAFTING 



3.10 TC 

5.00 TO 



4.00 PM 
7.00 PM 



10.00 TC 10.50 AM 
1.10 TO 2.00 PM 
5. CO TO 7.30 PM 



DAILY 

M TH 
M k F 
M W F 
W 



DEVOTIONAL ASSEMBLIES 



DEV 



101 
201 
301 
401 



DUTCH 340 



ECONOMICS 



ECON 101 HOME ST 
tCCN 101 ' 1 



90 



LFCT IN RELIGION 

LECT IN RELIGION 

LECT IN RELIGION 

LfcCT IN RELIGION 



INTRC TO DLTOH LIT 



pOY (210 FRCB) 
SURVEY OF EGCNCMIC 



8.00 

10.00 
2.1C 
5.00 
8.00 

12.10 
2.10 
8.00 

11.10 
2.10 

10.00 
2.10 
5.0O 
8. CO 
2.10 

11.10 
2.10 
2.10 
9.00 

11.10 
1.10 
5.00 
9.00 

11.10 
1.10 
9.0O 

12.10 
1.10 
1.10 

11.10 
9.00 

12.10 
2.10 
1.10 
2.10 
3.10 

10.00 
2.10 
9.00 
8.0C 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 



8.00 
1.10 



TO 8, 
TC 10. 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 



3 
7 
8 
1, 
3 
8 

TO 12 
TO 3 
TC 10 
TO 3 
TO 7 
TC 8 
TO 3 
TO 12 
TO 3 
TC 3 
TO 9 
TO 12 
TO 2 
TO 7 
TO 9 
TO 12 
TC 2 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 



TO 12 
TO 9 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 



TO 10. 

TC 3. 

TO 9. 

TO 8, 

TC 12. 

TO 12, 

TO 1, 



,50 AM 

,50 AM 

.00 PM 

,00 PM 

,50 AM 

,00 PM 

,00 PM 

,50 AM 

,00 N 

,00 PM 

.50 AM 

,00 PM 

,00 PM 

,50 AM 

.00 PM 

,00 N 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

,50 AM 

.00 N 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.50 AM 

.00 N 

.00 PM 

.50 AM 

.00 PM 

■ 00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 N 

.50 AM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.01 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

00 N 

00 N 

OC PM 



M F 

W F 

k F 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

k F 

W F 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

k F 

W F 

k F 



M TH 
T TH 



T 

T 

T 

T 

T 

M 

M 

T 

T 

T 

M 

TH 

M k 

M M 

M U 



TO 
TU 



50 AM 
OO PM 



TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 

k F 

W F 
TH 
TH 
TH 
k F 



k 
k 

u 

TH 
TH 
A 



TECHNOLOGY 



9.00 TC 9.50 AM 

2.10 TO 3.00 PM 

5.00 TO 8.30 PM 

10. CG TO 11.50 AM 

10.00 TO ll.no AM 



8.00 TC B.50 AM 
9.00 TO 10.00 AM 
3.10 TU 5.00 PM 



8. CO TC 10.00 AM 
5.00 TO 7.30 PM 



2.1C TO 
3.10 TO 



5.0O PM 
5.00 PM 



10. OO TC 11.00 AM 

10.00 TC 11.00 AM 

10. Cn TC 11.00 AM 

10. or TC 11.00 AH 



5. CO TC 6.40 PM 



9. CO TU 9.50 AM M k F 



M k F 
M W F 

W 
M W 

F 



M W F 
T TH 

M k F 



T TH 
W F 



T TH 
T TH 
T B A 



121 
331 
121 
121 
134 



121 

! 135 

135 

200 

121 

: 20 3 

121 

! 133 

j 121 

; 135 

111 

i 121 

I 135 

: 203 

i 111 

i 203 

I 200 

I 299 

, 203 

1203 

' 20 3 

i 264 

i 135 

! Ill 

121 

i 203 

323 

- 203 

: 331 

121 

i 261 

! 1C9 

1 257 

133 

A150 

116 

203 

HI 

135 

203 

HI 

135 

135 



120 
120 
219 
219 
219 



219 
219 



MSCB LAB INCLUDED 

MSCB !LAB INCLUDtD 

MSCB JLAB INCLUDED 

MSCB |LAB INCLUDED 

MSCB ILAB INCLUDED 



MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCO 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

JKBA 

JK8 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSC8 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 



: 133 MSCB 
269 MSCB 



LAB CARD REO 
:lab CARO RFO 
LAB CARO REO 
LAB INCLUDED 



iLAB CARD RFQ 
iLAB CARD REO 
LAB INCLUDED 



LAB CARD REO 
iLAB CARO REQ 
!lAB CARO REO 

LAR INCLUDED 



:LAB CARO REO 
LAB CARO REQ 



;LA8 INCLUDED 

JLAB INCLUDED 

ILAB INCLUDED 

jLAB INCLUDED 

!LAS INCLUDED 

IlAB INCLUDED 

JLAB CARD REQ 



B30 

630 

SNLB 

SNLB 

SNLB 



120 B30 
220 SNLB 
219 SNLB 



SNLB 
SNLB 



220 SNLB 
255 SNLB 



IB FL SFH 

3B FL SFH 

3B FL SFH 

?B FL SFH 



6181 JKBA 



115 JKB 



QUIST R 
DEAH C E 
HOCSON R 9 
WOOD L J 
HOOSCN R 9 



STCKES 


G e 


CRANOAIL V 


CRAMDALL V 


HOQO L 


J 


STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




ENGSTROM 


NIELSEN R 


ROSKLLEY F 


STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




DEAN C 


E 


B6US H 


L 


BEUS H 


L 


CALL 


9 


HAYS 9 


R 


STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




NORMAN 


T A 


NDRMAN 


T * 


STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




OAINES 


9 N 


OAINES 


9 M 


CALL 


B 


HAYS 8 


R 


HAYS B 


R 


NORMAi^ 


r A 


CALL 


3 


GARDNER 4 


STAFF 




STAFF 




DEAN C 


E 


HAYS 8 


R 


CALL 


a 


BEUS H 


L 


OAINES 


a H 


HAYS 9 


n 


IQEUS H 


L 



RAIS3R E M 
RAISQR E H 
RAISIR E M 
SIMMOMS V 
SIKMONS V 



RAISIN E H 
TQLM^N M J 

roLM^N M J 



BAR.'^HILL M 
TOLMAN 4 J 



RAISOR ? 1 
JENKINS R 
TOLMAM M J 



STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 



TATE C 



OAVIES J K 



40 



INCEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



CCURSE 
DESCRIPTION 



G B 
E L 

P K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROGM — BLOG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
0» FEE 



TEACHER 



fcCON 111 HUME SlUDY (210 hRCBI 



127«5 
12755 
12765 



ECCN 



111 
111 
111 



111 LABS 1' 13 GC 



111 LABS 1-27 CO WITH LEC SEC 2 



111 LABS 21-39 CO HITH LEC SEC 3 



eCON 



UlL 

lllL 

lllL 

lUL 

lllL 

UlL 

lllL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

lUL 

lUL 

lUL 

UlL 

lUL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

lUL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

lUL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

lUL 

UlL 

UlL 

lUL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 

UlL 



INT ECCN PRS £ 
INT ECCN FRN t 
INT ECCN FPN t 

kITH LEC SEC 1 



PRB 
PRB 
PRB 



1 
2 
3 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
2<. 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
3A 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 



ECOK 112 HdME S1UCY (21C HRCB) 



ECON 



112 


1 


112 


2 


112 


3 


112 


4 


112 


5 


112 


6 


112 


7 


112 


8 


112 


9 


112 


10 


112 


11 


112L 


1 


112L 


2 


112L 


3 


112L 


4 


112L 


5 


112L 


6 


U2L 


7 


U2L 


8 


112L 


9 


U2L 


10 


112L 


11 


112L 


12 


112L 


13 


301 


1 


301 


2 


301 


3 


302 


1 


302 


2 


302 


3 


302 


4 


302 


5 


302 


6 


302 


7 


311 


1 


311 


2 


312 


1 


312 


2 


352 


1 


3 53 


1 


358 


1 


361 


1 


389 


1 


415 


1 


474 


1 


476 


1 


488 


I 


511 


1 


512 


1 


590R 


1 


597R 


1 


691 


1 



LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAR 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAS 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 



INT ECCN PRN & PRB 

INT ECCN PRN £ PRB 

INT ECCN FRN 6 PRB 

INT ECCN FRN t PRB 

INT ECCN PRN 6 PRB 

INT ECCN PRN t PRB 

INT ECCN PRN G PRB 

INT ECCN PRN L PRB 

INT ECCN PRN t PRB 

INT ECCN FRN £ PRB 

INT ECCN PRN £ PRB 

LAO 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

INCCfE ANALYSIS 

INCC^E ANALYSIS 

INCL^E ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

PRICE ANALYSIS 

THEORY OF INCCr'E 

THEORY CF INCOME 

THECRY CF PRICE 

THECRY OF PRICE 

REAL EST LPBN ECON 

MONEY C EANKING 

INTRNL TRADE £ F IN 

LABOR RELATIONS 

MAThEyATlCAL ECON 

HIST CF ECCN THGHT 

AMER ECCN DtVEL 

INOLST CRG PUB POL 

INTRO ECCNCMETRICS 

ADV THEORY INCOME 

ADV PRICE THEORY 

ADV ECCN PPCBLEMS 

RESEARCH 

SEM ECCN HISTORY 



9. CO TC 9.50 AM 
9.00 TO 9.50 AM 
1.10 TO 2.00 PM 



11.10 

8.0C 

9. CO 

12.10 

1.10 

2.10 

2.10 

3.10 

12.10 

4.10 

7. CO 

I.IO 

2.10 

3.10 

8.00 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 

12.10 

2.10 

8.00 

10.00 

11.10 

12.10 

10. CO 

11.10 

i.n 

8.CC 

U.IC 

10.00 

12.10 

2.10 

3.10 

4.10 

8.00 

1.10 

10. CO 

8.00 

8.00 

12.30 

IP. CO 

11 .10 

9.00 

9.30 

1 .11 

2.10 

8.30 

8.30 

11.10 



TO 12 
TC 8 



10 

TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TC 
TO 



.00 N 

.50 AM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

00 PM 



TO 12 
TC 12 



TO 
TC 
TO 

TO 



TC 10, 

TC 12. 

TO 1. 

TC U, 

TO 12, 



TO 
TO 



TO 12 
TO U 
TO 1. 



TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 

TD 



TO 11. 
TC 9. 
TO 8. 
TO 2. 
TO 10. 
TO 12. 



TO 
TC 
TC 
TO 



TC 10. 
TO 9. 
TC 12. 



1 .10 TO 2.30 PM 



M 


h 


134 


JKB 


T 


TH 


184 


JKH 


T 


TH 


184 


JKB 



1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


W 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


W 


3,10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M 


8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


TH 


9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


TH 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


TH 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


TH 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


TH 


12.10 


in 


1.00 


PM 


TH 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


TH 


I. 10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


TH 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


TH 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


TH 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


TH 


I. 10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


TH 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


TH 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


TH 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


F 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


F 


9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


F 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


F 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


F 


12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


F 


I. 10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


F 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


H 


8. CO 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


F 


8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


F 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


F 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


F 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


F 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


F 


12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


F 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


F 


1.10 


10 


2.00 


PM 


F 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


F 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


F 


8.00 


TO 


8,50 


AM 


M 


9. CO 


TO 


9.50— AM { 


M 



00 


PM 


.00 


PM 


.00 


PM 


.00 


PM 


00 


PM 


50 


AM 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


50 


AM 


00 


N 


00 


N 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


50 


AM 


50 


AM 


00 


N 


00 


PM 


30 


AM 


00 


N 


00 


PM 


30 


AM 


30 


PM 


20 


AM 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


00 


PM 


30 


AM 


00 


PM 


20 


AM 


30 


AM 


50 


AM 


00 


PM 


50 


AM 


30 


PM 


50 


AM 


50 


AM 


30 


PM 


30 


PM 


00 


AM 


50 


AM 


30 


PM 



M M 
M V« 
M k 
M M 
M W 
M M 
M M 
M h 
M W 
M W 
M ta 
M 
M 
M 

TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
F 
F 
F 
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M M 



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W F 
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h F 
W F 
W F 
V. 

W F 
W 

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W 

M F 

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W 

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2308 
131 
149 
131 
131 
136 
149 
147 
149 
147 
149 
149 
149 
136 
131 
147 
147 
80 
81 
80 
147 
131 
131 
80 
232aA 
131 
149 
147 
131 
147 
149 
147 
A034 
149 
136 
149 
149 
149 
2320A 



SFLC 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKO 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

SFLC 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKR 

SFLC 



184 

11 

II 

149 

81 

81 

136 

81 

25 

274 

136 

A080 

A104 

A1C4 

A019 

AC68 

A071 

A067 

A003 

A080 

131 

131 

290 

80 

147 

25 

147 

61 

81 

81 

147 

147 

147 

324 

81 

131 

131 

131 

136 

136 

11 

2260 

149 

147 

149 

136 

147 

149 

136 



JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKH 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

MARB 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKR 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKH 

JKR 

JKR 

JKB 

MARB 

JKB 

JKB 

JK8 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

SFLC 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 



149 JKB 



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STSFF 




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ST^FF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




CURK W 


4 


FOSTER G 


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ST^FF 




KOLLER R 


H 


KilLLFl ■< 


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PRITCHTT 


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STAFF 




STAFC 




STAFF 




ST4FF 




CLARK A 


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FOSTER 3 


R 


RICKNB\CK 


PRITCHTT 


9M 


NFLSCM S 


T 


PA^SCNS 


« J 


FOSTER 


R 


OAVIES J 


K 


STAFF 




CLAR'C M 


i 


POPE CL4YME 


KOLLzR i< 


H 


DUTTCN 


S 


OUTTCN 1 


S 


WI^'MER L 


T 


OUTTUN 


S 


WIWIER L 


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CATG 




CCLRSE 


CR 


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DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPRQV 






INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


MR 


P K 










TAUGHT 


ROOM 


—BLOG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


^ 


13666 


ECON 695 


1 


SEM URfiAN ECCNCMIC 


3 




10.00 


TO 


11.20 


AM 


M W 


1*9 


JK8 






NELSOfJ G T 




13696 


697 


1 


RESEARCH 


V 












T e A 










DAVIES J K 




13707 

ED 


699 

UCATI 


1 

ON 


MASTERS THESIS 


V 












T B A 






' 




DAVIES J K 




22101 


EOUC 200 


1 


ED EXMLCRATILN 


2 


F 


12.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M V. F 


123 


MCKB 






HAROY G R 




22111 


200 
ED *06 SEC 
PLAN MINIMI 


2 

1 THF 

M 1 i 


EL EXPLJRATICN 
U 10-STUCEKTS 
CCITICNAL ECUR 


2 


S 


12.10 


TO 


2. CO 


PM 


M k F 


123 


MCKB 






WINTRJSE HG 




22121 


EOUC 206 


1 


MAT PREP S EQUP OP 


2 




3.10 


TO 


*.00 


PM 


T TH 


263 


MCKB 






WADHAM R A 




22131 


2 60 


1 


EU EXCEPTIONAL CH 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M M 


260 


TRLC 






THCM/VS G e 




221*1 


260 


2 


ED EXCEPTRNAL CH 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00- 


N 


T TH 


260 


TRLC 






GALE F 




22152 


260 


3 


EU EXCEPTICNAL CH 


2 




*.10 


TO 


5.*0 


PM 


M 


330 


EDLC 






CRANOELL JM- 




22162 


260 


90 


EO EXCEPTICNAL CH 


2 




*.io 


TO 


5.*0 


PM 


M 


330 


EOLC 




E 


CRANOELL JM 




22172 


300 


1 


TEACHER ASST EXPER 


8 












T B A 










CUTLER 8 H 




22182 


300 


2 


TEACHER ASST EXPER 


8 












T e A 










HARMON F W 




22192 


300 


3 


TEACHER ASST EXPER 


6 












T B A 










CHUI H K 




IZl-iZ 


300 


* 


TEACHER ASST EXPER 


8 












T 6 A 










YOUNG J R 




iZZlZ 


300 
EOUC 301A t 


5 
OME S 


TEACHER ASST EXPER 
TUDY (210 HRCR) 


8 












T B A 








- 


CLARK W H 




ZZZ2Z 


EOUC 301A 


1 


HSC CCN PPIN TCHG 


2 




b.OO 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M h F 


123 


MCKB 






HARDY G R 




22232 


301A 


2 


HSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


2 




8. 00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH F 


123 


MCKB 






HAROY R 




222*3 


301A 


3 


BSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


2 




9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M k F 


123 


MCKB 






HARD/ G R 




22253 


301A 


* 


aSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH F 


123 


MCKB 






HAROY G R 




22263 


301A 


5 


HSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


2 


F 


10. 00 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M k F 


123 


MCKB 






WINTROSE HG 




ZZZ73 


301 A 


6 


OSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


2 


S 


10.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M k F 


123 


MCKB 






WINTROSE HG 




22283 


301A 


7 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH F 


123 


MCKB 






HAROY G R 




2229 3 


301A 


8 


BSC CCN PPIN TCHG 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


115 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22303 


301A 


9 


bSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH F 


123 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22313 


301A 


10 


aSC CCN PPIN TCHG 


2 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH F 


123 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22323 


301A 


11 


DSC CCN PRIN TCHG 


2 


F 


2.10 


TO 


*.oo 


PM 


M k F 


123 


MCKB 






STAFF 




2233* 


301A 


12 


CSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


2 


S 


2.10 


TO 


*.oo 


PM 


M W F 


123 


MCKB 






STAFF 




223** 


301A 


13 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


2 




3.10 


TC 


*.0Q 


PM 


T TH F 


123 


MCKB 






STAFF 




2235* 


301A 
301E-SEC 3 
CNLY 18 , 
301-B SEC 
301B SEC 1' 
EDUC 301B 1 


90 

FOR : 
NO 1< 
8, I- 

, I-< 
jOME ! 


esc CCN PRIN TCHG 
OCIAL STUDIES 
-I-STEP CMY 
STEP 
TEP 
TUDY (210 HRCI3) 


2 




*.10 


TO 


5.*0 


PM 


M 


117 


MCKB 




E 


HAROY G R 




2236* 


EDUC 3018 


1 


BSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


V 




7. CO 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


M W F 


116 


MCKB 






STAFF 




2237* 


301B 


2 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




7. CO 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






STAFF 




2238* 


3018 


3 


nSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




8.00 


TC 


H.50 


AM 


M W F 


116 


MCKB 






ARNLOSEN LM 




2239* 


3018 


* 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH F 


1C8 


GRNH 






BAIRO J H 




22*0* 


3018 


5 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 


AH 


M k F 


116 


MCKB 






SQUIRES D A 




22*1* 


301B 


6 


OSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


V 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






SQUIRES A 




22*25 


301B 


7 


BSC CCN FFIN TCHG 


V 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M k F 


116 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22*35 


3010 


8 


esc CCN FPIN TCHG 


V 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M k F 


116 


MCKB 






SQUIRES A 




22**5 


301B 


9 


6SC CCN FPIN TCHG 


V 




11 .10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






SQUIRES A 




22*55 


301B 


10 


dSC CLN PRIN TCHG 


V 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


116 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22*6 5 


301B 


11 


HSC CCN FFIN TCHG 


V 




12.10 


TO 


1.10 


PM 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22*75 


301B 


12 


RSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




I.IO- 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M k F 


116 


MCKB 






SQUIRES J A 




22*85 


301B 


13 


BSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


V 




l.IO 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






SQUIRES A 




22*95 


30 IB 


1* 


BSC CCN FPIN TCHG 


V 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M k F 


116 


MCKB 






COOMBS C G 




22505 


301B 


15 


esc CCN PRIN TCHG 


V 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH F 


117 


MCK8 






COOMBS C G 




22516 


3Clfl 


16 


8SC CCN PRIN TCHG 


V 




3.10 


TC 


*.00 


PM 


M k F 


116 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22526 


301S 


17 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




3.10 


IC 


*.'>0 


PM 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






CDCM8S C G 




22536 


301B 


18 


BSC LON PRIN TCHG 


V 




9.C" 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M k F 


1C8 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




MUSE I 




225*6 


3018 


19 


OSC CCN FRIN TCHG 


V 




10.00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M k F 


108 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




MUSE 1 




22556 


3018 


90 


BSC CCN PFIN TCHG 


V 




5.2" 


TO 


7.00 


PM 


M 


135 


MCKB 




E 


MUSE I 1} 




22566 


3010 
EOUC 310-1 
PRCVC SCHC;( 
EOUC 310 H( 


91 
tl6,l 
)L EX( 
JME $1 


BSC CCN FRIN TCHG 
7 I-STEP, IR- 
. STUDENTS CNLY 
UOY (210 ERCB) 


V 




5.00 


TC 


6.*0 


PM 


T 


117 


MCKB 




E 


ALLREO W E 




22576 


EDUC 310 


1 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 


F 


7. CO 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


MTkTH 


212 


MCKB 






CLARKE A J 




22586 


310 


2 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 




7.00 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


MTkTH 


209 


MCKB 






HYATT N F 




22596 


310 


3 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 


F 


8. CO 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


MTkTH 


209 


MCKB 






DAVIS wileyB 


22607 


310 


* 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 


S 


8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


MTkTH 


209 


MCKB 






DAVIS VJILEY 




22617 


310 


5 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 


F 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


MTkTH 


209 


MCKB 






CHSTENSENOC 




22627 


310 


6 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 


S 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


MTVTH 


2C9 


MCKB 






CHSTEMSENOC 




22637 


310 


7 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 




10. CO 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M k 


12* 


MCKB 






HNEORSCN EO 




226*7 


310 


8 


STATE SCE TEACHER 


2 


F 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


MT^TH 


115 


MCKB 






HENO^SCN EO 




226 5 7 


310 


9 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 


S 


11 .10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


MTkTH 


115 


MCKB 






HENO:<SCN EO 




22667 


310 


10 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 


E 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


MTkTH 


209 


MCKB 






HARMS C R 




• 22677 


310 


11 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 


S 


12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


MTkTH 


209 


MCKB 






HARMS C R 




22687 


310 


12 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 


E 


1.10 


TO 


3,00 


PM 


T TH 


209 


MCKB 






CHSTENSENOC 




22697 


310 


13 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 


S 


1 .10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


116 


MCKB 






CHSTENSENOC 




227)8 


310 


1* 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 




2.10 


TC 


*.00 


PM 


M 


117 


MCKB 






STAFF 




22718 


310 


15 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M k F 


1C8 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




HCLOER L E 




2272 b 


310 


16 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M k F 


1C8 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




ALLRE'J W E 




22738 


310 


17 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


1C8 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




ALLREO M E 




227*8 


310 


16 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 












T B A 










ARNLOSEN LM 




22758 


310 


93 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 




t.CO 


TO 


7.*0 


PM 


T 


211 


MCKB 




E 


HARMS C R 




22768 


310 


91 


STATE SCH TEACHER 


2 




6. CO 


TO 


7.*n 


PM 


M 


211 


MCKB 




E 


HENO^SCg EO 




22778 


330 


I 


TCHG rCR LANG ELE1 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


3236 


SFLC 






BISHUP R H 





42 

































CATG 




CCLPSE 


CR 


C B 
E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


CAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


CESCRIPTICN 


HR 


P K 






TAUGHT 


RCCM 


— BLOG 


ENROLLMENT 


OP FEE 


TEACHFR 




EOUC 340 H 


IME S 


UDY (21C t-pcei 






















22788 


EOUC 340 


1 


CHILDPENS LIT 


2 




B.CO TO 


8.50 AM 


M U 


565 


JRCL 






SANOiERG C 


22799 


340 


2 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




fl.OO TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






80HL=S C 


22i09 


340 


3 


CHILCRENS LIT 


2 




9. no TO 


9.50 AM 


M t« 


5f 5 


JRCL 






SANOIERG C 


22819 


340 


4 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






BOWLES C 


22829 


340 


5 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




10.00 TC 


10.50 AM 


M k 


565 


JRCL 






SANOIERO C 


22839 


340 


b 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




11 .10 TO 


12.00 N 


M W 


565 


JRCL 






BOWLES C 


22349 


340 


7 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






SANOrtEH.J C 


22859 


340 


R 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




12.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


M V< 


565 


JRCL 






iOWLES C 


22869 


340 


9 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






SANO-tERG C 


22679 


340 


10 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




1.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


M W 


565 


JRCL 






BE'SGERA E '« 


22880 


340 


11 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




1.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






BOWLES C 


22890 


340 


12 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M W 


565 


JRCL 






BERGPR* E R 


22900 


340 


13 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






BOWLES C 


22910 


340 


14 


CHILURENS LIT 


2 




3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


T TH 


565 


JRCL 






SAN01ER0 C 


22920 


340 


90 


CHILDRENS LIT 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


56 5 


JRCL 




E 


SANOiERG C 


22930 


364 


1 


INTRC TCH LEARN CI 


2 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


M h 


270 


TRLC 






HARRISCN TO 


229^.0 


371 


1 


ARTS CRAFTS HANDCP 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


N 


260 


TRLC 






HILSJN M I 


22950 


371 


2 


ARJS CRAFTS HANOCP 


2 




1.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


260 


TRLC 






WILSCN A I 


22960 


371 


90 


ARTS CRAFTS FANDCP 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


W 


260 


TRLC 




E 


WILSON ^ I 


22971 


372 


1 


VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS 


3 




4.10 TC 


5.50 PM 


M 


270 


TRLC 






CRINIELL JM 


229 81 

1 


372 

EO 377-SEC 
2-I^DIAN E 
ED 377 SEC 


90 
1-S0( 
1 AND 

3 L ' 


VISUAL IMPAIRMENTS 
lAL STUDIES, SEC 
SOCIAL STLCIES 

(I-STEPI. 


3 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


270 


TRLC 




E 


CR^N^ELL J^ 


i 


EC 377 SEC 


5 (Pf 


OVC PROJECT) 






















22991 


EOUC 377 


1 


SEC TCF CUR S NETH 


i 




11.10 TC 


12.00 N 


M W F 


124 


MCKB 






STAFF 


23002 


377 


2 


SEC TCH CUR E METH 


3 




4.10 TO 
3.10 TC 


5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 


T 
TH 


124 
124 


MCKB 
MCKB 






HOLOER L E 
HCLOE< L E 


23012 


377 


3 


SEC TCH CUR £. METH 


3 








T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




CCCMiS C G 


23022 


377 


4 


SEC TCH CUR i. METH 


3 








T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




CCCM1S 


23032 


377 


5 


SEC TCF CUR t METH 


3 








T B A 






FXPERIMENT\L 




ARNLTSE') LM 


23042 


377 
402-SEC-l 
WORKING WI 
402 SEC 7-( 
402 SEC 9 ( 
EDUC 402 HC 


90 
MRU 8 
H STL 

FOR 
OR ST 
ME SI 


SEC TCH CUR £ METH 

INVOLVES 
DENTS AS TLTCRS. 
SEC ED STU CNLY. 
U IN 415 SEC 17 
UDY (210 FRCBI 


3 




5.00 TC 


7.30 PM 


M 


123 


MCKB 




E 


ARNLOSE>) LM 


23053 


EOUC 402 


1 


EO PSYCHCLCGY 


2 


F 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


FRNKL 


SCHL 


EXPER IMENTAL 




KEELS ^S^A 


23063 


402 


2 


ED PSYCHCLCGY 


2 


S 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


FRNKL 


SCHL 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KEELc 'F1A 


23073 


402 


3 


ED PSYCHCLCGY 


2 


F 


1.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


MAESR 


SCHL 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KFELS REBA 


23083 


402 


4 


EO PSYCHCLCGY 


2 


S 


1.10 10 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


MAESR 


SCHL 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KEELE REB4 


23093 


402 


5 


ED PSYCHCLCGY 


2 


F 


9.Q0 TC 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


JOACN 


SCHL 


fXPEPIMEIMTAL 




KFELF RFBA 


23103 


402 


6 


ED PSYCHCLOGY 


2 


S 


9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


JOAON 


SCHL 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KEELE REBA 


23113 


402 


7 


ED PSYCHCLOGY 


2 


F 


9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


412 


EDLC 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KfcELE REBA 


23123 


402 


8 


ED PSYCHCLCGY 


2 


S 


9.00 TC 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


412 


EDLC 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KEELF REPA 


23133 


402 


9 


ED PSYCHCLCGY 


2 








T B A 










KEEL= ^ee^ 


23144 


402 


90 


fcD PSYCHCLCGY 


2 




4.10 TO 


6.50 PM 


W 


124 


MCKB 




E 


HARRISCS GV 


23154 


402 
403-SEC-7,) 
403 SEC 1 • 


91 

,9-Ff 
PRO\ 


ED PSYCHCLOGY 
R I-STEP 
PRCJECT CNLY 


2 




7.45 TO 


9.25 PM 


TH 


123 


MCKB 




E 


STAFF 


23164 


EDUC 403 


1 


DEV t LEARNING 


4 








T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




KfcF.LE REBA 


23174 


403 


2 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




9. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


368 


MAPR 






WALTCN 'W R 


23184 


403 


3 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




8.00 TC 


a. 50 AM 


DAILY 


250 


CHLC 






SUFE 


23194 


403 


4 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


368 


MARB 






TJTOR 


23204 


403 


5 


OtV £ LEARNING 


4 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


373 


MARB 






TiJTOT 


23214 


403 


6 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


270 


CHLC 






CRANOELL JM 


23224 


403 


7 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




7.0C TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


ICB 


GRNH 


EXPFPIMENT^L 




KFF.LE RF^J 


23235 


403 


8 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




2.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


ICH 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




BAIR) J H 


23245 


403 


9 


DEV £ LEARNING 


4 




3.19 TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


1C8 


GRNH 


EXPERIMENTAL 




BAIR ) J H 


23255 


40 3 
ED 406-SEC 
PLAN MINIMI 
ON FRIDAY i 


90 
1 THt 
M 1 A 
CR L( 


DEV £ LEARNING 
U 10-STUDENTS 
OCITICNAL FOUR 
CTURE. 


4 




5.00 TC 


6.40 PM 


M TH 


116 

\ 


MCKB 




E 


STAFF 


232£5 


EDUC 406 


1 


INTRO PRCC NEOIA 


2 




8.0O TC 


8.50 AM 


M h 


263 


MCKB 






WACHA'I R A 


23275 


406 


2 


INTRO FRCD fEJIA 


2 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


263 


MCKB 






BPC'VN J R 


23285 


406 


3 


INTRC PRCC MEDIA 


2 




9. CO TC 


9.50 AM 


M Vv 


263 


MCKB 






WACH4M R 4 


23295 


406 


4 


INTRC PRCC ^'EDIA 


2 




9. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


263 


MCKB 






BRCW^I .1 R 


23305 


406 


5 


INTRC PRCD MEDIA 


2 




10.00 10 


12.00 N 


M t< 


26 3 


MCKB 






BROWJ J R 


23315 


406 


6 


INTRC PRCC MEDIA 


2 




12.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


M t< 


263 


MCKB 






WACHAI R A 


23326 


406 


7 


INTRO PRCC MEDIA 


2. 




12.10 TO 


l.on PM 


T TH 


263 


MCKB 






'WADHXM R A 


23336 


406 


8 


INTRC PRCC MEDIA 


2 


F 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


263 


MCKB 






CARC W ^ 


23346 


406 


9 


INTRO PRCC MEDIA 


2 


S 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


2f3 


MCKB 






CART W R 


23356 


406 


10 


INTRC PRCD MEDIA 


2 




2.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


M W 


263 


MCKB 






HRCWNt J R 


23366 


406 


90 


INTRC PRCC MEDIA 


2 




5. CO TO 


8.40 PM 


TH 


263 


MCKB 




r- 


BRCWN J R 


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CATG 




CCLflSt 


CR 


( B 
E L 


CLASS-PEIUOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INCEX 


OfcPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


F K 








TAUGHT 


ROGM 


— 8L0G 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 




ED 415 SEC 


23.2' 


.25-I-STEF CMY 


















: 








EO 415 SEC 


17 «! 


PECIAL t.nt 4J2» 


























EC 415 SEC 


21 (1 


RCVC PRtJECT) 


























ED 415 SEC 


23 (1 


-STEP) 


























to 415 SEC 


24 (1 


-STEPI 


























to 415 SEC 


25 II 


-STEP! 


























tUJC 415 HI 


iME ST 


UUV (2K tHCB) 
























23376 


tOUC 415 


1 


FDUCATICKAL VALUES 


2 


F 


7.00 


TC 


7.50 AM 


MTUTH 


210 


MCKB 






ARNLOSEN LI 


233-16 


415 


2 


tOUCATICNAl VALUES 


2 


S 


7. CO 


TO 


7.50 AM 


MTkTH 


210 


MCKB 






THOMSON L 1 


^33<>6 


415 


3 


ECDCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


F 


8.10 


TU 


10.00 AM 


M k> 


348 


MARB 






THOMSON L 1 


23406 


415 


4 


truCATlCrAl VALUES 


2 


F 


8. CO 


TC 


10.00 AM 


T TH 


116 


MCKB 






THOMSON L 1 


23417 


415 


5 


EDUCATIC^AL VALUES 


2 


S 


8.00 


TO 


10.00 AM 


M k 


348 


MARB 






THCMSCN L 1 


2342 7 


415 


6 


EUUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


s 


8.00 


TO 


10,00 AM 


T TH 


116 


MCK8 






THJMSCN L 1 


23437 


415 


7 


EHUCATICKAL VALUES 


2 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 AM 


M U 


210 


MCKB 






WOLFGRAMM 1 


2344 7 


415 


8 


EOUCATIC^AL VALUES 


2 


F 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


MTUTH 


212 


MCKB 






GRCSSEN E 1 


2345? 


415 


9 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M ^ 


210 


MCKB 


( 




GPOSSEN E 1 


2346 7 


415 


10 


ECUCATItJKAL VALUES 


2 


F 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 H 


MTVTH 


210 


MCKB 






ROMNEY A K 


23477 


415 


11 


fcDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


S 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


MTV.TH 


210 


MCKB 






RCMNEY A K 


23487 


415 


12 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


F 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


MTWTH 


252 


MARO 






THOMSON L 1 


23497 


415 


13 


tUUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


F 


12.10 


TC 


I. 00 PM 


MTkTH 


210 


MCKB 






OVARO G F 


23508 


415 


14 


fCUCAIILNAL VALUES 


2 


S 


12.10 


TO 


l.OC PM 


MTV.TH 


210 


MCKB 






OVARO G F 


23518 


415 


15 


tUUCATICKAL VALUES 


2 


F 


i.ir 


TO 


2.00 PM 


MTtiTH 


210 


MCKB 






OVARO G F 


23528 


415 


16 


tOUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


S 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


MTk«TH 


210 


MCKB 






GRQSSEN E 1 


23538 


415 


17 


EDUCATICrAL VALUES 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


M W 


3232 


SFLC 


EXPERIMENTAL 




KEELE REBA 


23548 


415 


18 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


S 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


MThTH 


210 


MCKB 






GROSSEN E 1 


23558 


415 


19 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


F 


3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


MTV.TH 


213 


MCKB 






GRCSSEN E 1 


23568 


415 


20 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 


S 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


MTVTH 


210 


MCKB 






GROSSEN E 1 


23578 


415 


21 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 










T B A 






EXPER IMENTAL 




WOLFGRAMM 1 


23588 


415 


22 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 




7.30 


TO 


9.30 AM 


W 


FRNKL 


SCHL 






waLFG-^AfM ( 


23598 


415 


23 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


? 










T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




STAFF 


23609 


415 


24 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 










T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




STAFF 


23619 


415 


25 


ECLCATICNAL VALUES 


2 










T R A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




STAFF 


23629 


415 


90 


EDUCATICNAL VALUES 


2 




5.00 


TO 


6.40 PM 


M 


209 


MCKB 




E 


WILCOX R T 


23639 


415 


91 


EDUCATICNAl VALUES 


2 




6.00 


TO 


7.40 PM 


TH 


211 


MCK8 




E 


THCMSCN L ( 


23649 


420 


1 


CURB KTHCS ELEN SC 


4 










T B A 










JACOB >< H 


2365S 


42 3 


2 


CURB ►'THCS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










KNIG4T L S 


23669 


420 


3 


CURR ►'THCS ELEM SC 


4 










T 8 A 










KAPP A r, 


23679 


420 


4 


CURR NTHCS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










KOPLIN J M 


23689 


420 


5 


CURR fTHCS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










MILLER E R 


2369C 


420 


6 


CURR VTI.CS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










PETERSCM EC 


23700 


420 


7 


CURR VTKCS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










PRCVQST [ 


23710 


420 


8 


CUI^R NThCS ELEW SC 


4 










T B A 










RASflANO M' 


2372C 


420 


9 


CURR ^THLS tLEM SC 


4 










T B A 










SEARLE JUNE 


23730 


420 


10 


Cl)R« fTHCS ELEf SC 


4 










T B A 










YOUNG H F 


23I4C 


420 


11 


CURR MThCS EL^^ SC 


4 




4.10 


TO 


5.40 PM 


M V. 


215 


CHLC 






STORRS J G 


23750 


420 


12 


CURR fTECS ELEM SC 


4 










TEA 










WADE V J 


23763 


420 


13 


CURR fTECS ELEf SC 


4 










T a A 










CUTLER 3 H 


23)7C 


420 


14 


CURR MTHCS ELE^ SC 


4 










T B A 










CLARK A H 


23781 


420 


15 


CL»-R fTHCS ELFM SC 


4 










T B A 










HARMGN F W 


23 791 


420 


16 


CURR VTHCS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










CHAI H K 


23801 


420 


17 


CURR fTHCS ELEf SC 


4 










T e A 










YOUNG J « 


23611 


420 


lb 


CURR fTHCS ELEM SC 


4 










T B A 










CLARK R H 


23621 


421 


3 


TCHG RFAD ELEM SCH 


3 


F 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M W E 


100 


RICE 






ALLREO R A 


23831 


421 


4 


TCHG READ ELEM SCH 


3 


S 


I.IO 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M M F 


100 


RICE 






DUNN J 4 


23841 


421 


90 


TCHG REAC ELEM SCH 


3 




7. CO 


TO 


9.30 PM 


W 


100 


RICE 




E 


MCCRE 8 H 


23B51 


42 3 


1 


TCHG SCI sec STUD 


2 


F 


8.00 


TO 


10.00 AM 


M W F 


117 


MCKB 






WINTRQSE HC 


23861 


42 3 


2 


TCHG SCI sec STUO 


2 


S 


8.00 


TO 


10.00 AM 


M W F 


117 


MCKB 






8ERRYSSA MJ 


23872 


423 


3 


TCHG SCI sec STUO 


2 




S.Of^ 


TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH F 


117 


MCKB 






BERRYSSA MJ 


23882 


424 


I 


TCEG LANG ELEM SCH 


2 


F 


8.00 


TC 


10.00 AM 


T TH 


100 


RICE 






MCCRE a H 


23892 


424 


i 


TCHG LANG ELEM SCH 


2 


S 


11.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


M U 


mo 


RICE 






ALLREO R H 


23902 


425 


1 


TCHG CATE ELE.V SCH 


2 


F 


10. CO 


TC 


12.00 N 


M W F 


117 


MCKB 






NELSCN ^ N 


23912 


42 5 


2 


TCHG MATE tLEM SCH 


2 


S 


10. OO 


TO 


12.00 N 


M ki F 


117 


MCKB 






NELSOM M N 


23922 


425 


3 


TCHG MATH ELEM SCH 


2 


F 


12.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


M h F 


117 


MCKB 






CL\RK CLIFF 


23932 


42 5 


4 


TCHG MATE tLEM SCH 


2 


S 


12.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


M W F 


117 


MCKB 






CLARK CLIFF 


23942 


427 


1 


DfcCIN READING 


2 




4.10 


TO 


5.40 PM 


W 


ICO 


RICE 






MCORE B H 


23952 


427 


90 


HtGIN REA )ING 


2 




4.10 


TO 


5.50 PM 


T 


100 


RICE 




E 


MCCRE 9 H 


23963 


449 


1 


tLEM STUDENT TCHG 


V 










T fi A 








Ct 


WILCOX 1 T 


23973 


449 


2 


ELEM STUDENT TCHG 


V 


F 








T B A 








C$ 


WILCOX R T 


23983 


449 


3 


ELEM STUDENT TCHG 


V 


S 








T 6 A 








Ct 


WILCOX R T 


23993 


449 
EOMC 4b I MC 


4 
fE M 


ELEM STUDENT TCHG 
IJDV (21C ERCB) 


V 










T B A 








c$ 


WILC1X •< T 


24C04 


EUUC 461 


1 


CURRCfTHC MENT RET 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


M U 


260 


TRLC 






Thcmas g e 


24014 


462 


1 


CUPRflTHC vrSL IMP 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


260 


TRLC 






CRAIG R M 


24024 


463 


I 


CU>«RCMThC CRT HNOC 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


M h F 


270 


TRLC 






CRAIG R H 


24034 


464 


1 


CURKt^THD LRNG DIS 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M h F 


270 


TRLC 






HARRISON 80 


24045 


470 
475 StC 1 1 
475 SEC 2 ( 


1 

-STEP 

ROVO 


EC CCM REL EXC CH 
LNLY 
PRCJECT CNLV 


2 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M V. 


260 


TRLC 






GALE F 


24055 


EDUC 475 


1 


StC TEACHER to I 


16 










T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




BAIRO J H 


2406 5 


475 
476 FCR l-< 
STUCENTS a^ 


2 
TEP (. 
LV. 


SEC TFACEFP EO 1 
PkCVO PRCJECT 


16 










T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




WOLFGRAMM H 


24075 


EUUC 476 


1 


StC TEACEEP ED 2 


21 










T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




BAIRO J H 


24065 


4 76 
(I-SIEP( 


2 


StC TEACEER En 2 


21 










T A 






EXPERIMENTAL 




WOLFGRAMW H 


2419 5 


tOUC 4 77 


1 


MJCRC TEACUNC SEC 


V 




7. CO 


TC 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


124 


MCKB 


EXPERIMENTAL 




STAFF 


2410 5 


477 


2 


MICRC TEACHING SEC 


V 




«.TO 


TO 


8. 50 AM 


DAILY 


124 


MCKB 


FXPER IMENTAL 




STAFF 


24115 


477 


3 


MICRC TEACHING sec 


V 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


124 


MCKB 


EXPERIMENTAL 




STAFF 


24125 


479 


1 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 


F 








T B A 








c» 


WILCOX R T 


24136 


4 79 


2 


StC STUDENT TCEG 


V 


S 








T R A 








c» 


WILCOX R T 


24146 


4 79 


3 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 


S 








T B A 






EXPERIMENTAL 


ct 


WILCOX R T 


24156 


493 


1 


INDEPENDENT BEAD 


V 










T B A 










NELSON ^ H 



44 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



COURSE 
DESCRIPTION 



G B 
t I 
f> K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



CAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — BLDG 



SPEC lAL 
ENRCILLMENT 



APPROV 
OK FEF 



TEACHER 



EDUC 500 H)ME S; UDY <21C ^RCOI 



2«166 
2<(176 
24186 
2*196 
24206 
2421« 
2422 7 
24237 

2424 7 

2425 7 
24267 



242 7 7 
24287 
24 29 7 
24307 
24318 



24328 
24338 
24348 
24358 
24368 
24378 
24388 
24398 
24409 
24419 
24429 
24439 
24449 
24459 
24469 
24479 
24489 
24499 
24500 
24510 
24 520 
24530 
24540 
24 550 
24560 
2457C 
24580 
24 591 
24601 
24611 



EOUC 



500 
500 
506 
506 
510 
510 
524 
524 
536 
536 
547 



1 
90 

I 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 
90 



EOUC 550 HUME SlUCV (21C HPCB) 



EDUC 



5 50 
550 
550 
551 
551 



EUUC 560 HOME SI 



EOUC 



560 

560 

565 

565 

567 

567L 

567L 

568E 

56BE 

569A 

569A 

5690 

569E 

569E 

570 

601 

601 

607 

608 

6 09 

609 

610 

627 

627 

633 

633 

634 

6 36 

640 

640 

EDUC 642 



1 
2 

90 
1 

90 



EDUC 



642 

642 

642 

644 

644 

64 5 

645 

645 

647 

647 

647 

648 

648 

651 

651 

652 

652 

653 

654 

654 

655 

657 

657 

660 

660 

66SA 

665A 

6658 

665B 

6650 

665C 

667 

667 

669 

671 

671 

672 

673 

673 

673L 

573L 

675 

677 

678 

679 

679 

680R 

680R 

6B0R 



1 

90 
1 

90 
1 
1 
2 
1 

90 
1 
2 
1 
1 

90 
1 
1 

90 
1 
1 
1 

90 
1 
1 

90 
1 

90 

90 
1 
1 

90 

iEC 9: 

1 
90 
91 

1 
90 

1 

2 
90 

1 

2 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 

1 
90 

1 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 
90 
90 

1 

2 

1 

1 
90 

1 
90 

1 

1 

1 

1 
90 

1 
2 
3 



EUND CF 
FUND OF 
INSTRUCT 
INSTRUCT 
MEOIA PR 
MEDIA PR 
ART f. GR 
ART C GR 
SEC CUPR 
SEC CURR 
FOUNOATI 



AOLLT ED 
AOULT ro 
ICNL MEOIA 
ICM MEDIA 
CC TECHN3 
CD TECHNC 
AfHIC PRnc 
AfHIC PROC 
C C ^ETHOS 
C I METHDS 
CNS RUNG 



INTRC GUIO SERVICE 
INTRO GUIC SERVICE 
INTRO GUIC SERVICE 
EVAL EC FYSCH LIT 
EVAL EC PYSCH LIT 

UDY (210 HRCB) 

ELLC TEST ^EASURE 
ECUC TEST MEASURE 
PROB EC E,VC HAN CH 
PPQB ED EI«C HAN CH 
PROB ED fENT RET C 
LAB 
LAB 

OnSV PART SPEC EO 
OUSV PART SPfC ED 
PRACTICUM SPEC ED 
PRACTICUM SPEC EO 
PRACTICUf SPEC EO 
PRACTICUM SPEC EO 
PRACTICUM SPEC ED 
PROB EC CF NEUR IM 
CCMP CU^ ED PHIL 
CCMP CUR EO PHIL 
ED IN t«RLC SETTING 
SOCIAL FCLN CF ED 
SEL UT AUC VIS MAT 
SEL LT ALO VIS MAT 
OEV PROD INSTR MAT 
READ IN CLRRIC 
READ IN CURRIC 
LANG ARTS ELEM SCH 
LANG ARTS ELEM SCH 
ARITH ELEM SCHOOL 
SEC CURR METH CSGN 
THE JUMCP COLLEGE 
THE JUMCR COLLEGE 

FACULTY CNLY 

METH CCLLECE INSTR 
METH COLLEGE INSTR 
METF CCLLECE INSTR 
DIR TCHG CCLLECE 
DIR TCHG CCLLEGF 
GUID TESTING DIAG 
GUIC TESTING DIAG 
GL'ID TESTING DIAG 
GRP TECH CCUNSELOR 
GRP TECH CCUNSELOR 
GRP TECH CCUNSELCR 
LAB COUNSEL PRACTC 
LAB CCUNSEL PRACTC 
INFC SERVICES GUID 
INFC SERVICES GUID 
ADM GUID SERVICES 
ACM GUID SERVICES 
STUD PER SRV HI ED 
PRCB ELEM SCH GUID 
PROB ELEM SCH GUID 
LAB ACM GUIO SFRVC 
BEEAVR PROP IN SCH 
BEHAVR PROB IN SCH 
RES DES TECH WRITG 
RES DES TECF viRlTG 
DIAG LEARNING DIS 
CIAG LEARNING DIS 
DIAG LEAFMNG DIS 
DIAG LEARNING DIS 
UIAG LEARNING DIS 
CIAG LEARNING DIS 
DIAGNOSIS ACH OIFF 
Dl/fGNOSlS ACH CIFF 
GUID t CCUN HND 
PRAC TESTING CCUN 
PRAC TEST INC CCUN 
PRAC SCFCCL PSYCH 
PRAC REMECIAL TCHG 
PRAC REMECIAL TCHG 
LAB 
LAB 

ORG £ AOt- PUB SCH 
PUBLIC SCHCCL FIN 
ELEM SCHCCL ADMIN 
SEC SCHCCL ADMIN 
SEC SCFCCL ACMIN 
INTERNSHIP IN ED 
INTERNSHIF IN ED 
INTERNSHIP' IN EO 











T 


5.00 


TO 


7. 31 


PM 


W 


3.10 


TO 


6.00 


PM 


M 


4.00 


TC 


6. TO 


PM 


T 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T 


6. CO 


TO 


8.40 


PM 


W 


3.10 


TC 


6.00 


PM 


M 


6.00 


TO 


9.40 


PM 


TH 


4.10 


TO 


6. 30 


P" 


T 


4.10 


TC 


6.30 


PM 


T 


4.10 


TO 


6.30 


PM 


W 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 

11.10 TC 12.00 N 

5.20 TO 6.40 PM 

5.10 TO 6.40 PM 

5.10 TC 6.50 PM 



4.10 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TC 
4.10 TC 
2.10 TC 
2.10 TC 
9.00 TO 
6. CO TO 
6. CO TO 
8.00 TO 
12.10 TO 
12.10 TO 
6.00 TC 
6.00 TO 
I. 10 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 

10. OC IC 

3.10 TO 

4.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

5.00 TC 

5.00 TO 

4.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

4.00 TO 

4.10 TO 

4.10 TC 

4.10 TO 



4.10 TC 
4.10 TC 
7.0C TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 

11.10 TO 
1.10 TO 
5.0" TO 
1.10 TO 
2.10 TO 
6.00 TO 
4.10 TC 
7.00 TO 

10.00 TO 
5.10 TO 

10. OO TO 
5.10 TO 

11.10 TO 
4.n TC 
4.10 TO 

10. CO TC 
4.10 TC 
4.10 TC 

10.00 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 
10 TC 
10 TC 
10 TC 
10 TC 
10 TO 
9.00 TO 
4.00 TO 
4.10 TO 
1.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
2.10 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 



AM 
.00 PM 
.00 PM 



1. 

1 ,no 



5.2 5 PM 
5.2 5 PM 

5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
4.00 PM 

11.00 
7 
7 

12.00 N 
00 PM 
PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 

10.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

6.40 PM 

12.00 N 

6.40 PM 

6.40 PM 

5.40 PM 

5.40 PM 

5.40 PM 

6.30 PM 

6.40 PM 

6.40 PM 



8. CO TO 
7.00 TO 
I.IC TO 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 



5.40 PM 

5.25 PM 

9.00 PM 

5.50 PM 

5.50 PM 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

7.30 PM 

2.00 PM 

3."0 PM 

S.30 PM 

5.00 PM 

9.30 PM 

10.50 AM 

7.40 PM 

10.50 AM 

6.50 PM 

12.00 N 

5.50 PM 

5.50 PM 

10.50 AM 

no PM 

50 PM 

50 AM 

40 PM 

CO PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

0'> PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

11.00 AM 

6.30 PM 

5.50 PM 

2.O0 PM 

4.00 PM 

3.50 PM 

6. CO PM 

6.00 PM 



8.50 AM 

8.30 AM 

2. CO PM 

6.40 PM 

6.40 PM 



4.10 TO 5.45 PM 



M V< 

M M 

M 

M 

M M 

F 

F 

M 

M 

DAILY 

M 

T 

M 

M 

M ■>• 

M W F 



M M 

M W 

TH 

T 

T 

T TH 

T TH 

TH 

M W F 

T TH 

W 

T 

TH 

M W 

TH 

M M 

TH 

T TH 

TH 

TH 

F 

U 

M 

M W F 

M 

M 

M 

T 

T 

M 

M 

M W 

TH 

T 

M 

M 

T 

M 

M 

T 



TH 
TH 



k. F 



8 A 



136 


MCKB 


26 3 


MCKB 


263 


MCKB 


263 


MCKB 


263 


MCKB 


263 


MCKB 


209 


MCKB 


136 


MCKB 


136 


MCKB 


100 


RICE 



T 


TH . 


2C9 


MCKB 


T 


TH 


124 


MCKB 


M 




211 


MCKB 


T 




124 


MCKB 


T 




213 


MCKB 



210 
210 
270 
270 
260 
260 
260 
120 
120 
245 
260 
122 
120 
120 
270 
?09 
209 

209 
2C9 
54 
263 
209 
209 
163 
116 
135 
116 



MCKB 
MCKB 
TRLC 
TRLC 
TRLC 
TRLC 
TRLC 
CHLC 
CHLC 
TRLC 
TRLC 
CHLC 
CHLC 
CHLC 
TRLC 
MCKB 
MCKB 

MCKP 

MCKB 

JKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

JKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 



23203 SFLC 
2320B SFLC 



108 
1C8 
373 
115 
115 
448 
448 

80 
44R 
524 

80 
212 
210 

80 

54 

Aoeo 

210 

107 

7 

7 

211 

32 32 

3232 

212 

214 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

250 

2 50 

270 

C24q 

C249 

143 

270 

270 



135 
115 
124 
123 
123 



G'<NH 

GRNH 

MARB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

JRCL 

JRCL 

JKB 

JRCL 

JRCL 

JKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKBA 

MCKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

MCKB 

SFLC 

SFLC 

MCKB 

SFLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

CHLC 

TRLC 

ASB 

Asa 

JRCL 
CHLC 
CHLC 



MCKB 
MCKB 
MCKB 
MCKB 
MCKB 



2C9 MCKB 



LAB INCLUDED 



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8 




STAFF 


B 


E 


SANTIAGO 
SNOW J 3 




E 


SNCW 3 
CA-^O W < 




E 


CA^n »^ \ 

CA(0 ^ ^ 




E 


BELT W 




E 


BELT W 3 




E 


WW J W 



SPENCER ^ H 
SPENCE"* R » 
SPENCeH S h 
HYATT N F 
HYATT N F 





HARRIS J 1 


E 


HA'iRIS J ^ 




STIFF 


E 


STAFF 




THCMiS 1 E 




THCM4S ; E 




THXMAS ; E 


$ 


HAMMC^J R K 


* 


HAMMCNO R K 




THC^iS 3 E 




THCM4S G E 


S 


GALE 1 F 


t 


HAMMQO R K 


« 


HAMMONO R < 




CRANOELL JM 




ROI'NEY \ K 


c 


RC«NEY \ K 




RO^N?Y \ K 




CL4RKE \ J 




SNOW 3 -, 


E 


G0n0M\N R I 




CARO W R 




DA I NFS j~ 


F 


DAINES ) 




DAINES ) 


F 


DAINES ) 


F 


CLARK CLIFF 




MUSE I ■) 




SMITf RALPH 


E 


SMITH RALPH 





BELT H J 


E 


BELT W 


E 


STAFF 




SMITH R'VLPH 


E 


SMITH ^*LPH 




JENSEN V H 




WINMA'V) E J 


p 


JENSEN V H 




SPENCER R W 




MOSES L 


E 


JOHNSON R W 




On.^NlNG L N 


E 


M0SF5 3 




8UCKNER E T 


E 


BJCKNER E T 




WCOTTiJN R R 


E 


WINW^RJ 5 J 




BINGH\M -« D 




CHMORLIN J>* 


E 


CHMBRL IN JM 




WCCTTCN R R 




SPENCER R M 


E 


SPENCER R W 




COTTRELL MC 


E 


COTTRELL MC 




HAM-IOn R K 


r 


HAMMONJ R K 




HAMMONO R K 


F 


HAMMCNO R K 




HARRISCN 30 


E 


HARRISCJ BO 




HARRISCN! BD 


E 


HAMMONO H K 


E 


GALE F 




JQHNSLN K A 




WCCTTCN ^ R 




HARRIS 1 M 


t 


HAM'ICNO ■( K 


« 


HAMMCNO RK 




HAM'inNii « K 


F 


HAMiCN ) R K 




MORRILL A R 




BURRHP ? E 




HA<M5 C R 




nVARO J F 


E 


OVARO G F 




CJTTRELL MC 




HARRIS J M 




HARRISCN GV 

































CATG 




CCURSE 


CR 


C E 
E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCf IFTiCN 


MR 


E K 






TAUGHT 


RCOM 


--BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


25117 


EOUC 685 


1 


SUPEPVISICN CF ED 


3 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


M W F 


135 


MCKB 






HARMS C R 


25128 


687 


1 


SCHCCL LAW 


2 




9.00 TO 


9.5C AM 


M ti 


124 


MCK8 






BURRDP P E 


25138 


690A 


1 


SEMINAR 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.40 PM 


M 


133 


MSCB 






CLARKE A J 


25148 


690A 


90 


SEMINAR 


2 




4,10 TO 


5.40 PM 


M 


136 


MCKB 




E 


CL4RKE 4 J 


26158 


6908 


1 


SEMINAR 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


123 


MCKB 






WOGTTON R fl 


25166 


690B 


90 


Sfc^^INAR 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


123 


MCKB 




E 


WOOTTCN R a 


25178 


691R 


1 


SEf INAR 


2 




4.19 TC 


5.50 PM 


M 


214 


SFLC 






COTTRELL MC 


25188 


691R 


90 


SECINAR 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


214 


SFLC 




E 


COTTRELL MC 


25198 


693R 


1 


INCPKDKT READINGS 


V 








T B A 










BURRUP P E 


25208 


693R 


2 


INCPNDNT READINGS 


V 








T B A 










BERRYSSA MJ 


2521S 


693R 


3 


INDFNDNT READINGS 


V 








TEA 










SPENCER ^ V. 


25229 


693R 


4 


INDPNDNT READINGS 


V 








T E A 










ALLREO A 6 


25239 


696 


1 


INDEPENDENT RSRCH 


V 








T 8 A 










Oat^NlAtG L N 


25249 


698 


1 


FIELD PRCJECT 


V 




4.10 TO 


5.40 PM 


T 


135 


MCKB 






HYATT N F 


25259 


696 


2 


FIELD PRCJECT 


V 




6.13 TO 


7.50 PM 


M 


117 


MCKB 






CLARKE 4 J 


25269 


698 


90 


FIELD PRCJECT 


V 




4.10 TO 


5.50- PM 


T 


135 


MCKB 




E 


HYATT N F 


25279 


698 


91 


FIELD PRCJECT 


V 




6.10 TO 


7.50 PM 


M 


117 


MCKB 




E 


CLARKE 4 J 


25289 


699 


1 


MASTERS TEESIS 


V 








T B A 


. 








GALE F ■ 


25299 


727 


1 


CURRIC LF PUB SCHL 


2 




4.10 TO 


6.40 PM 


W 


135 


MCKB 






VANALFEN CN 


25300 


7 40 


1 


ADV COLNS THEORY 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.40 PM 


TH 


115 


MCKB 






DOWNING L N 


25310 


741 


1 


PRACT IN CCUNSELNG 


3 




3.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


M U 


C249 


AS8 






KELLY 9 C 


25320 


751 


1 


RES DES CCTRS CECR 


2 




5.10 TC 


6.50 PM 


T 


210 


MCKB 






COTTRELL MC 


2533 


751 


90 


RES DES CCTRS DEGR 


2 




5.10 TO 


6.50 PM 


T 


210 


MCKB 




E 


COTTRELL MC 


25340 


768 


1 


LDRShP FUN EO ADM 


3 




11.10 TC 


12.25 PM 


T TH 


135 


MCKB 






MORRILL A R 


25353 


769 


1 


SCHL-CCMfUNITY PEL 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.40 PM 


M 


135 


MCKB 






MORRILL » R 


25360 


76 9 


90 


SLHL-CC^NLMTY BEL 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.40 PM 


M 


135 


MCKB 




E 


MORRILL A B 


2537C 


771 


1 


JR CCLLECE CRG ADM 


2 




3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


M W 


124 


MCKB 






SMIJ-H R4LPH 


25380 


780R 


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V 








T R A 










HYATT N F 


25390 


780R 


2 


INTERNSHIP IN ED 


V 








T 6 A 










VONMONOFRNS 


25401 


7H0R 


3 


INTERNSHIP IN FO 


V 








TEA 










DO»(NING L N 


25411 


790A 


1 


SEMINAR 


2 




8. CO TO 


9.30 AM 


F 


209 


MCKB 






BURR'JP P E 


25421 


7908 


1 


SEMINAR 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


3C7 


MSCB 






DOW.^ING L N 


25431 


7908 


90 


SEMINAR 


2 




4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


307 


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E 


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25441 


7913 


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4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


149 


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DOMNINS L N 


25451 


7918 


90 


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\ 


4.10 TO 


5.50 PM 


M 


149 


JKB 




E 


DOWNING L N 


25461 


796 


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INOEPENOENT RSRCH 


V 








T B A 










COTTRELL MC 


25471 


798 


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CISSE-<TATICN ED D 


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T B A 










COTTRELL MC 


25481 


798 


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25492 

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MERRILL M 


13717 


EGYPT 641 


1 


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11.10 TO 


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13727 


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1 


IMRO TC ELEC ENGR 


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11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


F 


288 


JKB 






STAFF 


13737 


100 


2 


INTRO TC ELEC ENGR 


1 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


F 


288 


JK8 






STAFF 




ALL STUDENl 


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EL EN 21C NLST REGI 


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FOR 


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SEC E A.->IC 


EL EN 3 


IQ AND EL E 


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13747 


EL EN 210 


1 


INTRC ELEC CIRCUIT 


3 


F 


11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


245 


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ACCELERATED 
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QUI? CARD REQ 




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13757 


221 


1 


nOm scllticn el en 


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8. CO TC 


8.50 AM 


T 


245 


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STAFF 


13767 


221 


2 


NUM SOLLTICN EL EN 


1 




8.00 TC 


8.50 AM 


TH 


245 


ESC 






STAFF 


13777 


221 


3 


NUM SCLUTICN EL EN 


1 




10. CO TO 


10.50 AM 


F 


158 


JSB 






STAFF 


13787 


301 


1 


ELEMENTS ELFC ENGR 


2 




9.00 TC 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


13798 


301 


2 


ELEMENTS ELEC ENGR 


2 




1.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


T TH 


160 


FELB 






ST4FF 


13838 


304 


1 


ELEMENTS ELEC ENGR 


2 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


T TH 


210. 


B34 






STAFF 


I3dl8 


305 


1 


ELEM CF E E LAB 


1 




2.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


M 


261 


FELB 






ST«FF 


13828 


305 


2 


ELEM CF E E LAB 


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2.10 TC 


5. CO PM 


H 


261 


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STAFF 




ALL STUDENl 


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FOP EL EN 21C SE 


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13638 
13843 
13858 


EL tN 311 
311 
311 


1 
2 
3 


CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 
CIRCUIT ANALYSIS 


4 
4 
4 


S 


10. CO TO 
11.10 TO 
11.10 TC 


10.50 AM 
12.00 N 
12.00 N 


M K F 
M- W F 
DAILY 


210 
210 
245 


834 
B34 
ESC 


LAB CARO REO 
LAB CARD REQ 
ACCELERATED 
LAB CARD REO 
QUI7 CARD REQ 




STSFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 




ALL STUDENT 


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:L EN 311L SEC 5 OR 


6 M 


jsr R 


AGISTER FOR EL EN 2 


10 AND 


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311 SE 


C 3 






13668 


f:L EN 3 11L 




LAb 


t 




2.10 TC 


5.00 P>1 


T 


263 


FELB 






STAFF 


13878 


311L 




LAd 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


M 


263 


FELB 






STAFF 


13889 


311L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


F 


263 


FELB 






ST4FF 


13899 


311L 




LAH 







7.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


TH 


263 


FELB 






STAFF 


13909 


311L 




LAB 







7.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


T 


263 


FELB 






STAFF 


13919 


311L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


TH 


263 


FELB 






STAFF 


13929 


311Q 




QUU 







12.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


T 


245 


ESC 






STAFF 


13939 


431 




ELEC ENERGY CCNV 


4 




10.00 TO 


10.50 AM 


M W F 


160 


FELB 


LAB CARO REQ 




STAFF 


13949 


431 




ELEC ENERGY^CGNV 


4 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


M W F 


160 


FELB 


LAB CARO REQ 




STAFF 


13959 


431L 




LAB 







2.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


T 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


13969 


431L 




LAB 







2.10 10 


5.00 PM 


W 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


13970 


431L 




LAB 







2.10 in 


5.00 PM 


TH 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


13980 


431L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


F 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


13990 


442 




ELECT CIPCLITS 2 


4 




8.ro TC 


8.50 AM 


M W F 


160 


FELB 


LAB CARD REQ 




STAFF 


140O1 


442 




ELECT CIRCUITS 2 


4 




9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


M W F 


160 


FELB 


LAB CARO REQ 




STAFF 


14011 


442L 




LAB 


3 




2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


T 


261 


FELB 






STAFF 


14021 


442L 




LAB 







2.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


w 


261 


FELB 






STAFF 


14031 


442L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


TH 


261 


FELB 






STAFF 


14041 


442L 




LAB 







7. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


TH 


261 


FELB 






STAFF 


14052 


491 




SENICR SEMNAR 


.5 




11.10 TC 


12.00 N 


T TH 


255 


ESC 






STAFF 


14062 


511 




NtTVsCRK SYNTHESIS 


3 




12. IC TO 


1.00 PM 


M k, F 


244 


B34 






STAFF 


14C72 


513 




LINEAR SYSTEMS 


3 




8. CO 10 


8.50 AM 


M k. F 


2 10 


B34 




A 


STAFF 


14082 


523 




DIG CCMPLTER DESGN 


3 




12.10 TC 


I. 00 PM 


M fci F 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


14092 


523 




DIG CCMFLTER OESGN 


3 




I.IC 10 


2.00 PM 


M W F 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


14102 


531 




PUWER SYST ANAL I 


3 




9.00 10 


9.50 AM 


M M F 


244 


B34 






STAFF 


14112 


533 




PUhEP MACH £ EClJiP 


3 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


M ^ f 


244 


B34 






STAFF 


14122 


542 




ADV SV* 6 PULSE CIH 


3 




9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


M W F 


220 


B34 






STAFF 



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1.10 1C 2.00 PM 


M ta F 


2** 


83* 






STAFF 


WIA3 


552R 




SEMI CONCLCTOR LAB 








T 8 A 










STAFF 


' 1*153 


560 




ELECTRCMAC ENGR • 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


H k F 


210 


B3* 






STAFF 


' 1*163 


561 




CCMM CIRCUITS 






10. CO TO 10.50 AM 


M t. F 


2** 


83* 






ST»FF 


; 14173 


566 




COfl' CIRCLITS LAB 






2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


T TH 


16* 


FELB 






STAFF 


1A183 


597R 




SPECIAL TCPICS 








T B A 










STAFF 


'■ 1*193 


598R 




SPECIAL FRC&LE^'S 








T B A 










STAFF 


1*203 


617 




CPTIfAL CNTRL THEQ 








T B A 










STAFF 


' 1*213 


66* 




COMA'S THEORY 






9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M t. F 


210 


83* 






STAFF 


^ 1*223 


697 




MASTERS PROJECT 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


T TH 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


1*23* 


698 


1 


READINGS C SEMINAR 






12.10 TC I. 00 PM 


T TH 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


" 1*2** 


699 1 


MASTERS THESIS 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


T TH 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


1*25* 


791R 1 


CCCTCRAL SEMINAR 






12.10 TC 1 .00 PM 


T TH 


160 


FELB 






STAFF 


1*26* 


79* 1 


SELECTED TCPICS 








T B A 










STAFF 


1*27* 


797 1 


CCCTORATE RESEARCH 


V 






T B A 










STAFF 


1*28* 

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160 


FELB 






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1*29* 


1 ENG T 100 1 


E T ORIENTATION 


1 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M h 


126 


SOCH 






JEPPSEN E C 


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102 1 


DC CIRCLITS 


3 




12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


M W 


225 


SNLB 






WHITEO C R 


t 1*31* 


102L 1 


LAB 







10.00 TO 1.00 PM 


F 


225A 


SNLB 






WHITED C R 


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102L 


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LAB 







12.10 TO 3.00 PM 


F 


225A 


SNLB 






WHITEO C R 


" 1*335 


103 




AC CIRCLITS 


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11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M M 


225A 


SNLB 






BRCWN K F 


1*3*5 


103L 




LAB 







11.10 TC 2.00 PM 


T 


225A 


SNLB 






BRCWN K F 


» 1*355 


221 




ELECTRICAL MACH 


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*.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M ^ 


225A 


SNLB 






YOUNG e 


1*365 


221L 




LAB 







1.10 TO 3.00 PM 


TH 


225A 


SNLB 






YOUNG e 


1*375 


221L 




LAB 







3.10 TO 5.00 PM 


TH 


225A 


SNLB 






YOUNf; E 


1*385 


228 




ELECTRICAL DRAWING 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W 


225 


SNLB 


, 




HOLT I L 


1*395 


228L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


W 




B2 5 






HOLT I L 


1**05 


231 




ELECTRCMCS 1 


* 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


225 


SNLB 






HOLT I L 


1**16 


231L 




LAB 







1.10 TO 3.00 PM 


TH 


225 


SNLB 






HOLT I L 


1**26 


232 




ELECTRCNICS 2 


* 




8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


M W F 


225 


SNLB 






WHITEO C R 


1**36 


232L 




LAB 







7.00 TO 9.00 AM 


T 


225 


SNLB 






WHITED C R 


1***6 


232L 




LAB 







3.10 TC 5.00 PM 


T 


225 


SNLB 






WHITEO C R 


1**56 


237 




ELECTRCNIC INSTRUH 


2 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


T 


225 


SNLB 






SMART 1 J 


1**66 


237L 




LAB 







2.10 TC 5.00 PM 


M 


225A 


SNLB 






SMART M J 


1**76 

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237L 

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ENGL 15 HO 


2 

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LAB 
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7.00 TO 10.00 AH 


TH 


225 


SNLB 






SMART M J 


1**86 


ENGL 015 


90 


REMEDIAL ENGL JRS 





F 


7.*5 TO 10.15 PM 


M 


A003 


JKBA 




f 


BALANTYNE V 


1**96 


015 


91 


REMEDIAL ENGL JRS 





F 


*.15 TO 5.30 PM 


M T 


A003 


JKBA 




E 


BENNICN G C 


1*507 


015 


92 


REMEDIAL ENGL JRS 





S 


7.*5 TO 10.15 PM 


M 


Af;09 


JKBA 




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BALANTYNE V 


1*517 


015 


93 


REMEDIAL ENGL JRS 





S 


*.15 TO 5.30 PM 


M T 


ACC9 


JKBA 




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BENNION G C 


1*527 


015 


9* 


REMEDIAL ENGL JRS 





F 


5. CO TO 7.30 PM 


TH 


A003 


JKBA 




E 


STAFF 


1*537 


015 


95 


REMEDIAL ENGL JRS 





S 


7.*5 TO 10.15 PH 


TH 


ACC9 


JKBA 




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STAFF 


1*5*7 


099 


1 


PROB THESIS WRITNG 







2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T TH 


A'>52 


JKBA 






SANCHEZ M T 


1*557 


099 


90 


PROB THESIS WRITNG 







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M 


AC*3 


JKOA 




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STAFF 


1*567 


101 


1 


ENGL 2 LANG(STPUC) 


2 




9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


DAILY 


A060 


JKBA 






STAFF 


1*577 


101 


2 


ENGL 2 LANG(STPUC) 


2 




9*00 TO 9.50 AM 


DAILY 


Ani9 


JKBA 






STAFF 


1*587 


101 


3 


ENGL 2 LANG(STRUC) 


2 




3.10 TO *.00 PM 


DAILY 


A060 


JKBA 






STAFF 


1*597 


101 


* 


ENGL 2 LANG(STRUC) 


2 




3.10 TO *.00 PM 


DAILY 


0205 


HFAC 






ST4FF 


1*608 


101 


90 


ENGL 2 LANG(STRUC) 


2 




'*.15 TO 6.15 PM 


M F 


A019 


JKPA 




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STAFF 


1*618 


102 


1 


ENGL 2 LANG(WRITE) 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


DAILY 


A060 


JKBA 






STAFF 


1*628 


102 


2 


ENGL 2 LANG(hRITE) 


2 




8. CO TO P. 50 AM 


DAILY 


ACST 


JKBA 






STAFF 


1*638 


103 


1 


ENGL 2 LANG(ORALI 


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11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M Vi F 


2310 


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2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


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7. CO TO 7.50 AM 


M H F 


80 


JKB 






STAFF 


1*860 


111 


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7.00 TC 7.50 AM 


M t. F 


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7.00 TO 7.50 AM 


M V, F 


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7.00 TC 7.50 AM 


M W F 


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1*891 


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8. CO TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


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111 


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8. GO TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


3*3 


MARB 






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1*911 


111 


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8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


M M F 


A153 


JKBA 






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1*921 


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8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M h F 


363 


MARB 






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111 


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8. CO TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


365 


MCK8 






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111 


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8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


M b< F 


202 


RB 






STAFF 


1*951 


111 


11 


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M W F 


2237 


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M W F 


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8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


T TH F 


225 


JS8 






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111 


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T TH F 


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9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


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M W F 


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CLFB 






STAFF 


15013 


111 


17 


CCMP £ READING 


3 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M Vi F 


135 


MCKB 






STAFF 


15023 


111 


18 


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9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


136 


MCKB 






STAFF 


15033 


111 


19 


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9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M W F 


136 


MSCB 






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3 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


T TH F 


27* 


MARB 






STAFF 


1505* 


111 


21 


COMP £ READING 


3 




9.00 TO 9.50 AH 


T TH F 


225 


JSB 






STAFF 


1506* 


111 


22 


COMP £ READING 


3 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


T TH F 


2*5 


JSB 






STAFF 


1507* 


111 


23 


CCMP £ READING 


3 




10.00 TC 10.50 AM 


M W F 


A181 


JKSA 






STAFF 


1SC8* 


111 


2* 


CCMP £ READING 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M H F 


3*6 


MARB 






STAFF 


1509* 


111 


25 


COMP £ READING 


3 




10.00 TC 10.50 AM 


M W F 


3*8 


MARB 






STAFF 


1510* 


111 


26 


COMP £ REACING 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M H F 


368 


MARB 






STAFF 


1511* 


HI 


27 


COMP £ READING 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


13* 


MSCB 






STAFF 


1512* 


HI 


28 


COMP £ READING 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


136 


MSCB 






STAFF 



SPECIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED BEFORE CLASS CARDS MAY EE CBTAINEC — 

A-TEACHER, B-DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN, C-TEACHER CERT IF I CAT ICN OFFICE, 

J-CLASS FEE, E-EVENING FEE CF t3.00 PER CRECIT HOUR, »-CLASS FEE PLUS EVENING FEE OF $3.00 PER CREDIT HOUR. 
6ER-CLASS FILLING GENERAL RECUIREMENTS — 8-BICLOGICAL SCIENCE. H-HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS, 

P-PHYSICAL SCIENCE, R-RELIGICN, S-SOCIAL SCIENCE, L-LANGUAGE, M-MATHEMAT ICS-STATI STICS-LOGIC-SC I ENCE . 
BLK — F-FIRST BLOCK ONLY, S-SECCND BLOCK ONLY. 



47 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



CCUBSE 
DESCRIPTIGN 



C B 
E L 

F K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



JWCHER 



i5l35 
151*5 
15155 
15165 
15175 
15185 
15195 
15205 
15215 
15226 
15236 
152«6 
15256 
15266 
15276 
15286 
15296 
15306 
15317 
15327 
15337 
153*7 
15357 
15367 
15377 
15387 
15397 
15*08 
15*18 
15*28 
15*38 
15**8 
15*58 
15*68 
15*78 
15*88 
15*98 
15509 
15519 
15529 
15539 
155*9 
15559 
15569 
15579 
15589 
15590 
15600 
15610 
1562C 
15630 
156*0 
15650 
15660 
1567C 
1*658 
1*668 
1*678 
1*688 
1*699 
1*709 
1*719 
1*729 
1*739 
1*7*9 
1*759 
1*769 
1*779 
1*780 
1*790 
1*800 
1*810 
1*820 
1*830 
1*8*0 



ENGL 



15681 
15691 
15701 
15711 
15721 
15731 
157*1 
15751 
15761 
15772 
15782 
15792 
15602 
15812 
15822 
15832 
158*2 
15852 



29 

30 

31 

32 

33 

3* 

36 

37 

38 

39 

*0 

*1 

*2 

*3 

** 

*5 

*6 

*7 

*8 

*9 

51 

52 

53 

5* 

55 

56 

57 

58 

59 

60 

61 

62 

63 

6* 

65 

66 

67 

68 

69 

70 

71 

72 

73 

7* 

, 75 

76 

77 

78 

79 

80 

90 

91 

92 

93 

9* 

A 

B 

C 



E 

F 

G 

H 

I 

J 

K 

L 

M 

N 



P 

Q 

R 

S 

T 



COMF 
CCMF 
CCHP 
COMP 
COMP 
COWP 

co^'P 

COMP 
CCMF 
COMP 
COfP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
CCMF 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 



READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
R E « D I NG 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
REACING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
REACING 
READING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
REACING 
READING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
REACING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 
READING 



ALL SOPHOMCRE STUDENTS VihCSE 



SURNAMES BEGIN ViITh A-K REGISTER 



FOR ENGLISH 212 FALL SEMESTER 



( IF ENGLISH 212 
COURSE REQl IREO 
STUDENTS hhOSE 
WITH L-Z RtGIST 



SPRING SEMtSTER. 

ENGL 212 HCME STJJDV 1210 FRCB) 



ENGL 



212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 
212 



IS THE 2NC CCMP 
BY THEIR ►AJOR). 
NAMES BEGIN 
FOR TFIS CLASS 



SUR 



ER 



1 
2 
3 

* 

5 

6 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1* 

15 

16 

17 



COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
CCMP 
CCMF 
CCMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMP 
COMF 
CCMF 
COMP 
CCMF 

18 COMP 

19 COMP 



£ LIT 
& LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 
LIT 



00 TO 
CO TO 
10 TO 
10 TC 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TC 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TC 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TC 
10 TO 
10 TO 
10 TO 
00 TO 
*5 TC 
,*5 TO 
15 TO 
00 TO 
,*5 TO 
CO TO 
00 TO 
,00 TO 
,00 TO 
,00 TO 
,00 TO 
,00 TO 
,00 TO 
,00 TC 
,10 70 
,10 TO 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 
,10 TO 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 



10.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

I. 00 PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00- PM 

I. 00 PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

*.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

10.15 PM 

10.15 PM 

5.30 PM 

10.30 AM 

10.15 PM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

*.00 PM 



7.00 

8.00 

8.00 

8.00 

8.00 

B.OC 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

9.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

11.10 

11.10 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TC 



TC 10. 

TO 10. 

TO 10. 

TO 10. 

TC 10. 

TO 12. 

TC 12. 



,50 AM 
,50 AM 
,50 AM 
.50 AM 
,50 AM 
.50 AM 
.50 AM 
,50 AM 
.50 AM 
,50 AM 
.50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 N 
00 N 



M 

M 

M 

T 

M 

T 

M 

T 

T 

M 

M 

T 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

T 

H 

T 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

T 

T 

T 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

W 

TH 

M F 

S 

w 

M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M- 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 



W F 
M F 
V» F 
TH F 
k F 
TH F 
U F 
TH F 
TH F 
W F 
ti F 
TH F 
W F 



k 

W 
W 
M 

TH F 
H F 
TH F 
W F 



M 

\f> 

ki 

M 

ki 

M 

W 

ta 

W 

H 

TH F 

TH F 

TH F 



261 

266 

A080 

22*1 

135 

299 

2 307 

2320B 

136 

3270 

A060 

136 

116 

A173 

A159 

266 

202 

12*5 

111 

3232 

A003 

5* 

255 

2310 

115 

10* 

112 

116 

200 

363 

202 

1219 

185 

E509 

2320B 

26* 

131 

12* 

2*5 

210 

3*6 

3*8 

366 

A009 

135 

280 

A088 

2237 

A052 

131 

A019 

A018 

3*8 

A0*9 

A 0*9 

8220 

3270 

E509 

A159 

A159 

363 

21* 

12*5 

2307 

A067 

A071 

21* 

52* 

3*6 

Aa96 

A153 

21* 

136 

D205 

1121 



MSCB 

MSCB 

JKBA 

SFLC 

MSCB 

MSCB 

SFLC 

SFLC 

JKB 

SFLC 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MSCB 

RB 

SFLC 

B*9 

SFLC 

JKBA 

JKB 

JS6 

SFLC 

MCKB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MARB 

RB 

SFLC 

HGB 

HFAC 

SFLC 

MSCB 

JKB 

MCKB 

JSB 

JSB 

MARB 

MARB 

MARB 

JKBA 

MSCB 

SFH 

JKBA 

SFLC 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MARB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

HFAC 

SFLC 

HFAC 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MARB 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

JKBA 

JKBA 

SFLC 

JRCL 

MARB 

JKBA 

JKBW 

SFLC 

MSCB 

HFAC 

SFLC 



A018 

D205 

A2*0 

A173 

A003 

203 

295 

267 

280 

23C8 

3232 

*30 

290 

A019 

A03* 

AC60 

209 

32*6 



JKBA 

HFAC 

CLFB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

RB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

SFH 

SFLC 

SFLC 

ESC 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MCKB 

SFLC 



STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 



STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 



48 































CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


C B 
E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPRDV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


P K 




TAUGHT 


ROOM 


--8L0G 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


15863 


ENGL 212 


20 


COMP t LII 






11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


185 


HOB 






STAFF 


15873 


212 


21 


COPP & LIT 






11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M W F 


111 


849 






STAFF 


15883 


212 


22 


COMP £ LIT 






11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


213 


MCKB 






STAFF 


15893 


212 


23 


COMP £ LIT 






12.10 TO 1. 00 PM 


M W F 


368 


MARB 






STAFF 


15903 


212 


24 


COMP t LIT 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


361 


MARB 






STAFF 


15913 


212 


25 


COMP C LIT 






12.10 TO I. 00 PM 


M W F 


348 


MARB 






STAFF 


15923 


212 


26 


COMP £ LIT 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


343 


MARB 






STAFF 


15933 


212 


27 


COMP £ LIT 






12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


M W F 


!20l 


SFLC 






STAFF 


15943 


212 


28 


COMP £ LIT 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


245 


JS8 






STAFF 


15954 


212 


29 


COMP t LIT 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


299 


MSCB 




, 


STAFF 


1596 4 


212 


30 


COMP £ LIT 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


269 


MSCB 






STAFF 


15974 


212 


31 


COMP £ LIT 






1.10 TC 2.00 PM 


M W F 


1121 


SFLC 






STAFF 


15984 


212 


32 


COMP £ LIT 






1.10 10 2.00 PM 


M W F 


>087 


JKBA 






STAFF 


15994 


212 


33 


COMP £ LIT 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


331 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16005 


212 


34 


COMP £ LIT 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


112 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16015 


212 


35 


COMP £ LIT 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


U?3 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16025 


212 


36 


COMP £ LIT 






2.10 TC 3.00 PM 


M W F 


269 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16036 


212 


37 


COMP £ LIT 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


VI 59 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16046 


212 


38 


COMP £ LIT 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


»052 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16056 


212 


39 


COFP £ LIT 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


136 


JKB 








16066 


212 


40 


COMP £ LIT 


3 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M W F 


W96 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16076 


212 


90 


COMP £ LIT 


3 




7.45 TO 10.15 PM 


w 


i067 


JKBA 




E 


STAFF 


16C86 


212 

ALL SOPHOMO 
SURNAMES BE 
FOR ENGL 21 
ENGL 215 IS 
COMPOSITION 
THEIR MAJOR 
SURNAMES BE 
FOR THIS CL 


91 
«E ST 
ilN M 
> FAL 
THE 
COUR 
1. ST 

;iN w 
kSS s 


COMP £ LIT 
(CENTS NHCSE 

TH A-K REGISTER 

SEMESTER IIF 
:ND SEMESTER 

;e recuireo 8y 

lOENTS ViHCSE 
TH L-Z REGISTER 
"RING SEMESTER. 


3 




4.15 TO 5.30 PM 


M F 


k034 


JKBA 




E 

■ 


STAFF 


16096 


ENGL 215 


1 


EXPO £ REFCRT WRIT 






7.00 TC 7.50 AM 


M W F 


kC09 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16106 


215 


2 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


M W F 


= 506 


HFAC 






STAFF 


16116 


215 


3 


EXPO £ REPORT KRIT 






8. CO TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


280 


ESC 






STAFF 


16127 


215 


4 


EXPO £ REPCRT WRIT 






8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


166 


HGB 






STAFF 


16137 


215 


5 


EXPC £ REFCRT WRIT 






8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


185 


HGB 






STAFF 


16147 


215 


6 


EXPC £ REPCRT WRIT 






9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


)246 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16157 


215 


7 


EXPO £ REPCRT WRIT 






9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M W F 


271 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16167 


215 


8 


EXPC £ REPCRT WRIT 






9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M -W F 


1C8 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16177 


215 


9 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M W F 


185 


HGB 






STAFF 


16187 


215 


10 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


44 


JKB 






STAFF 


16197 


215 


11 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


iObl 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16207 


215 


12 


EXPC £ REPORT WRIT 






10.00 TC 10.50 AM 


M W F 


»049 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16218 


215 


13 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






10.00 TC 10.50 AM 


M W F 


271 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16228 


. 215 


14 


EXPC £ REPORT WRIT 


3 




11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M W F 


373 


MARB 






STAFF 


16238 


215 


15 


EXPC £ REPCRT WRIT 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


374 


MARB 






STAFF 


16248 


215 


16 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 


3 




11.10 TQ 12.00 N 


M W F 


1317 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16258 


215 


17 


EXPO £ FEFORT WRIT 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


i241 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16268 


215 


18 


EXPC £ REPORT WRIT 






12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


M W F 


135 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16278 


^15 


19 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






12.10 TO I. 00 PM 


M W F 


136 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16288 


215 


20 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


200 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16298 


215 


21 


EXPC £ REPORT WRIT 






12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


M W F 


203 


MSCB 






STAFF 


16309 


215 


22 


EXPO £ REPCRT WRIT 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


1228 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16319 


215 


23 


EXPC £ REPCRT WRIT 






1.10 10 2.00 PM 


M W F 


(246 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16329 


215 


24 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






I. 10 TC 2.00 PM 


M W F 


1241 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16339 


215 


25 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


1317 


SFLC 




- 


STAFF 


16349 


215 


26 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






2.10 TC 3.00 PM 


M W F 


390 


ESC 






STAFF 


16359 


215 


27 


EXPO £ REPORT WRIT 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


!307 


SFLC 






STAFF 


16369 


215 


28 


EXPO £ REPCRT WRIT 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


163 


JKB 






STAFF 


16379 


215 


29 


EXFC £ REPCRT WRIT 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


k087 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16389 


215 


30 


EXPO £ REFCRT WRIT 






4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M W F 


i026 


JKBA 






STAFF 


16399 


215 
ENGL 218 HO 


90 
IE ST 


EXPC £ REPCRT WRIT 
JOY (210 FRCB) 


3 




8.00 10 10.30 AM 


S 


k019 


JKBA 




E 


TAYLOR J 


16400 


ENGL 218 


1 


CREATIVE WRITING 


2 




8.00 TC B.50 AM 


T TH 


»C71 


JKBA 






CRACROFT RF 


16410 


218 


2 


CREATIVE WRITING 


2 




9.00 TC 9.50 AH 


T TH 


V009 


JKBA 






MORRELL J 


16420 


218 


3 


CREATIVE WRITING 


2 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T TH 


IC87 


JKBA 






REIH S E 


16430 


218 


4 


CREATIVE WRITING 


2 




12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


T TH 


1153 


JKBA 






BELL E E 


16440 


218 


5 


CREATIVE WRITING 


2 




12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


T TH 


1071 


JKBA 






MORRELL J 


16450 


218 
ENGL 225 HG 


6 

"IE STI 


CREATIVE WRITING 
)DY (21C FRCBI 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T TH 


1087 


JKBA 






LARSCN C F 


16460 


ENGL 225 


1 


V0CA6 BUILDING 


2 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


T TH 


1088 


JKBA 






REAM S 6 


16470 


225 


2 


VOCAB BUILDING 


2 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T TH 


1188 


JKBA 






WAHLlISr EF 


16480 


225 


3 


VOCAB BUILDING 


2 




1.10 TC 2.00 PM 


T TH 


1052 


JKBA 






BALANTYNE V 


16491 


225 


4 


VOCAB BUILDING 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T TH 


1026 


JKBA 






WAHLQISr EF 


16501 


225 


5 


VOCAB BUILDING 


2 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T TH 


266 


JKB 






THDMAS J \ 


16511 


225 
ENGL 250 HO 


90 
IE ST 


VOCAB BUILDING 
IDY (21C FRCBI 


2 




6.00 TO 7.40 PM 


TH 


1025 


JKBA 




E 


WAHL3IST EF 


16 521 


ENGL 250 


1 


INTRO TO LIT 


3 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


116 


JKB 






TAYLOR J 


16531 


2 50 


2 


INTRO TC LIT 


3 




8.0O TC 8.50 AM 


M W F 


323 


MARB 






WIGHT M 


16 541 


250 


3 


INTRO TO LIT 


3 




9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


1052 


JKBA 






HALL 8 H 


16SS1 


2 50 


4 


INTRO TO LIT 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


1026 


JKBA 






BALANTY'JE V 


16 561 


2 50 


5 


INTRC TO LIT 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


1026 


JKBA 






REAM S E 


16571 


2 50 


6 


INTRO TO LIT 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


1026 


JKBA 






RICENHOURTE 


16582 


250 


7 


INTRO TC LIT 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


1052 


JKBA 






BENNICN G C 


16592 


2 50 


8 


INTRO TO LIT 


3 




I.IO TC 2.00 PM 


M W F 


116 


JKB 






WAHLaiST EF 


16602 


250 


9 


INTRC TC LIT 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


116 


JKB 






MORRELL J 


16612 


250 


10 


INTRO TC LIT 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


231 


MARB 






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CATG 




CCLSSE 


CR 


B 
£ L 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 










TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 




ENGL 251 HC 


ME ST 


JDY (210 KRCB) 



























16622 


ENGL 251 


1 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


54 


JKB 






CRACROFT Rl 


16632 


251 


2 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8,50 


AM 


M H F 


S034 


JKBA 






THAYER H 


166^2 


251 


3 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


»034 


JKBA 






HUNS4KER 0( 


1^652 


2 51 


4 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


4173 


JKBA 






BEST 8 S 


16662 


251 


5 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


M73 


JKBA 


' 




ARNOLD H 


1667 3 


2 51 


6 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




10.00 


10 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


U53 


JKBA 






CLARK M J 


16683 


251 


7 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


M59 


JKBA 






WATERSTROT. 


16703 


251 


9 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


»019 


JKBA 






GEARY E A 


16713 


251 


10 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M H F 


1003 


JKBA 






GRASS N 


1672 3 


251 


11 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M H F 


4019 


JKBA 






BRADY M B 


16733 


251 


12 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


4034 


JKBA 






HOWE 4 e 


16743 


251 


13 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3,00 


PM 


M W F 


40 34 


JKBA 






WOOD G 


16753 


251 


14 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


4067 


JKBA 






NIELSEN L P 


16764 


251 


15 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M H F 


4067 


JKBA 






BEST 8 S 


16774 


251 


16 


FUND OF LIT 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4,00 


PM 


M H F 


4080 


JKBA 






BLANCH MAC 


16784 


251 


17 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


4019 


JKBA 






ARNOLD N 


16794 


251 


18 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




3.10 


10 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


4034 


JKBA 






CRAIG M R 


16604 


251 


90 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




5.15 


TO 


6,30 


PM 


M F 


4071 


JKBA 




E 


THOMAS J A 


16693 


251H 


8 


FUND CF LIT 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12,00 


N 


M W F 


4003 


JKBA 'HONORS 




BLANCH MAC 


16814 


252 


1 


INTRC TC PCETRY 


2 


H 


9.00 


TO 


9,50 


AM 


T TH 


4003 


JKBA ; 




GRASS N 


16824 


253 
ENGL 260 HO 


1 
HE ST 


INTRC TC COAfA 
JDY 1210 FRCBI 


2 


H 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


4088 


JKBA 






RIOENHOURTE 


16834 


ENGL 260 


1 


MASTtRPCS AMER LIT 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M H F 


324 


MARB 






STAFF 


16844 


260 


2 


MASTERPCS AMER LIT 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M M F 


1101 


SFLC 






MITCHELL OK 


16855 


260 


3 


MASTERPCS AfER LIT 


3 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


124 


JKB 






SMITH M K 


16865 


260 


4 


MASTERPCS AMER LIT 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M M F 


11 


JKB 






LAMBERT N E 


16875 


260 


5 


MASTERPCS AMER LIT 


3 


H S 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2201 


SFLC 






HARRIS J S 


16885 


260 


90 


MASTERPCS AMFR LIT 


3 




7.45 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


4071 


JKBA 




E 


HUNSAKER QG 


16895 


270 


1 


MASTERPCS E^GL LIT 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


4026 


JKBA 






ESPLIN R S 


16905 


270 


90 


MASTERPCS ENGL LIT 


3 




7.45 


TC 


10,15 


PM 


TH 


4071 


JKBA 




E 


ESPLIN R S 


16915 


282 


1 


SHAKESPEARE 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9,50 


AM 


T TH 


266 


JKB 






RIOENHOURTE 


1692 5 


282 


2 


SHAKESPEARE 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2,00 


PM 


T TH 


4088 


JKBA 






WATERSTROTJ 


16935 


282 


3 


SHAKESPEARE 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3,00 


PM 


T TH 


266 


JKB 






MORRELL J 


16946 


301 


1 


EARLY MASTERS LIT 


4 




8.00 


TO 


8,50 


AM 


MTWTH 


4181 


JKBA 






TATE C D 


16956 


301 


2 


EARLY ^ASTERS LIT 


4 




9.00 


TC 


9,50 


AM 


MTWTH 


4080 


JKBA 






WATERSTROTJ 


16966 


301 


3 


EARLY ^'ASTERS LIT 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1,00 


PM 


MTWTH 


4181 


JKBA 






BEST L G 


16976 


301 


4 


EARLY MASTERS LIT 


4 




2.10 


TC 


3,00 


PM 


MTWTH 


6181 
4181 


JKBA 






GRASS N C 


16986 


301 


5 


EARLY ^ASTERS LIT 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4,00 


PM 


MTWTH 


JKBA 






BELL E « 


16996 


302 


1 


LATER MASTERS LIT 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9,50 


AM 


MTWTH 


4181 


JKBA 






GEARY E A 


17007 


302 


2 


LATER MASTERS LIT 


4 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


MTWTH 


4181 


JKBA 






HUNSAKER OG 


17017 


302 


3 


LATER ^'AS^ERS LIT 


4 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


MTWTH 


4181 
4096 
4096 


JKBA 






BEST B S 


17028 


303 


1 


MASTERS AMER LIT 


4 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


MTWTH 


JKBA 






ELLSWRTH R6 


17038 


303 


2 


MASTERS A^'ER LIT 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


MTWTH 


JKBA 






LAMBERT N E 


17C48 


303 


3 


MASTERS AMER LIT 


4 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


MTWTH 


4019 


JKBA 






MCKELLAR JG 


17058 


315 


1 


ADV EXPCSITORY WRT 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


231 


JKB 






FARNSWRTH 


17C68 


316 


1 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M H F 


346 


MARB 






HARRIS J S 


17C78 


316 


2 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M H F 


361 


MARB 






SMITH M K 


17086 


316 


3 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


4067 


JKBA 






BACANTYME V 


17C96 


316 


4 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M H F 


4080 


JKBA 






STAFF 


17108 


316 


5 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M H F 


4071 


JKBA 






HUNSAKER ^06 


17119 


316 


6 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


4067 


JKBA 






HALL B H 


17129 


316 


7 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


4071 


JKBA 






SMITH M K 


17139 


316 


8 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M H F 


40 80 


JKBA 






STAFF 


17149 


316 


9 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


4003 


JKBA 






HARRIS J S 


17159 


316 


10 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4,00 


PM 


M H F 


54 


JKB 






DAVIS H M 


17169 


316 

ENGL 318 HQ 


90 
ME ST 


TECHNICAL WRITING 
JDY (2IC HRCBI 


3 




7.45 


TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


4060 


JKBA 




E 


HALL B H 


17179 


ENGL 318 
ENGL 319 HC 


1 
ME ST 


WRITINC CF FICTION 
UDY (210 HRCB) 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


4067 


JKBA 






THAYER H 


17189 


ENGL 319 


1 


WRITING CF PCETRY 


2 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


4067 


JKBA 






LARSCN C F 


17199 


321 


1 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 






B.oa 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


4052 


JKBA 






HOME A E 


17200 


321 


2 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 






9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M H F 


4067 


JKBA 






ALDER I G 


17210 


321 


3 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 






10.00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


4071 


JKBA 






BENNION G C 


17220 


321 


4 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 






3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


565 


JRCL 






HOWE A E 


17230 


321 


5 


STUDY ENCL GRAM 






12.10 


TO 


1,00 


PM 


M W F 


390 


ESC 






LUTHY M J 


1724C 


321 


6 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 






L.IO 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


163 


JKB 






NIELSEN L R 


17250 


321 


7 


STUDY FNGL GRAM 






2.10 


TO 


3,00 


PM 


M W F 


248 


MARB 






REAM S E 


17270 


321 


90 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 


3 




5.15 


TO 


6.30 


PM 


M F 


4080 


JKBA 




E 


ALDER I G 


17260 


321H 


8 


STUDY ENGL GRAM 






2.10 


TO 


3,00 


PM 


M W F 


4173 


JKBA 


HONORS 




NORTON E, 


17280 


322 


1 


MOC AMERICAN USAGE 






10.00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M H F 


4009 


JKBA 






NORTON E 


17290 


325 


1 


INTRO TO ENGL LANG 






11.10 


TO 


■12. 00 


N 


M W F 


116 


JKB 






ALDER I G 


17301 


325 


2 


INTRO TC ENGL LANG 






10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


116 


JKB 






STAFF 


17311 


32 6 

ENGL 332 Ht 


1 
ME ST 


SEMANTICS 
JDY (210 (-RC8I 


2 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


147 


JKB 






EVANS L 


17321 


ENGL 3 32 
ENGL 333 HC 


1 
ME ST 


ENG NOV DEFOE-CICK 
JDY (210 HRCBI 


3 


H 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


4034 


JKBA 






GASSMAN B M 


17331 


ENGL 333 
ENGL 335 HC 


1 
ME ST 


ENG NCV ELICT-1950 
JDY (210 HRCB) 


3 


H 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


323 


MARB 






MIGHT H 


17341 


ENGL 335 
ENGL 336 HC 


1 
ME ST 


19C AMERICAN NOVEL 
JOY (21C HRCBI 


2 


y 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


A087 


JKBA 






WILLIAMS RS 


17351 


ENGL 336 


1 


20C AMER ICAN NCVEL 


2 




8. CO 


TC 


8,50 


AM 


T TH 


A088 


JKBA 






CLARK M J 


17361 


336 


2 


2CC AMERICAN NCVEL 


2 




12.10 


TC 


1,00 


PM 


T TH 


266 


JKB 






MCKELLAR JG 


17371 


336 


3 


20C AMERICAN NCVEL 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


245 


ESC 






EVANS L 


17381 


336 


4 


20C AMERICAN NCVEL 


2 




3.40 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


4052 


JKBA 






ARNOLD M 


17392 


336 


90 


20C AMERICAN NCVEL 


2 




5.00 


TO 


6.40 


PM 


M 


A0e7 


JKBA 




E 


MCKELLAR JG 


17402 


337 


1 


CONTEMP^RY FICTION 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


11 


JKB 






ARNOLD M 


17412 


338 


1 


THE EUROPEAN NOVEL 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M H F 


363 


MARB 






BLANCH MAC 


17422 


341 


1 


ENGLISH DRAMA 


3 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


A060 


JKBA 






WOOD G 


17432 


343 


1 


MODERN DRAMA 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


A060 


JKBA 






WATERSTROTJ 



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INDEX 



CATG 
OEPT NO 



SEC 



COURSE 
DESCRIPTICN 



C B 

e L 

F K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM— 8LDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



17*52 
17*62 
17*72 



17*83 
17*93 
17503 
17513 
17523 
17533 
175*3 
17553 
17563 
1757* 
1758* 



1759* 
1760* 
1761* 
1762* 



1763* 
176** 
1765* 
17665 
17675 
17685 
17695 
17705 
17715 
17725 
17735 
177*5 
17756 
17766 
17776 
17786 
17796 
17806 



17816 
17826 
17836 
178*7 
17857 
17867 
17877 
17887 
17897 
17907 



17917 



17927 
17938 
179*8 



17958 
17968 



ENGL 350 HOME STUDY (2 10 hRCBI 



ENGL 



350 
350 
350 
351 



ENGL 355 L 



1 
2 

90 
1 



8IBLE AS LIT 
BIBLE AS LIT 
BIBLE AS LIT 
CRITIC^' APPREC LIT 



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R 



HAY CCUNT FOR 



ENGL 359 HO IE STUDY (210 FRCBI 



ENGL 



359 
359 
359 
3 59 
3 59 
359 
361 
362 
362 
363 
3 6* 



ENGL 366 HO 4E STUDY (210 FRCBI 



ENGL 



366 
371 
372 
373 



ENGL 37* HOME ST 



ENGL 



37* 
375 
375 
376 
377 
377 
377 
377 
377 
381 
382 
382 
382 
382 
382 
382 
383 
391 



1 
2 
3 
* 
5 

90 
1 
1 

90 
1 
1 



THE SHOR 
THE SHCR 



THE 
THE 



SHCR 
SHOR 



THE SHCR 
THE SHOR 
EARLY AM 
19C AMER 
19C AMER 
AMER LIT 
LIT CF A 



STORY 

STORY 

STORY 

STCRY 

STORY 

STORY 
ERICAN LIT 
ICAN LIT 
ICAN LIT 

191*-1950 
riER MEST 



MODERN PCETRY 
ENGL LIT TO 1500 
ENGL LIT 1500-1660 
ENGL LIT 1660-1780 

HOY (21C FRCB) 



1 
1 

2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
* 
5 
1 
1 
2 
3 
* 
5 
90 
1 
1 



ENGL *20 HOME STIOY (210 FRCBI 



ENGL *20 
*21 
*21 
*22 
*22 
*79 
*79 
*90 
*90 
*95 

500R SEC 1 

FOR 1 HOUR 

ENGL 500R 

510R SEC I 

FOR 1 HOUR 

510R SEC 2 

THOfAS FOR 

510R SEC 90 

THOPAS FOR 

ENGL 510R 
510R 
510R 

516R SEC 1 

518R SEC 2 

ENGL 518R 
518R 



I H0U« CREDIT, 



1780-1832 
1832-1890 
1832-1890 
1890-1950 
PROCEDURE 
PRCCEOURE 
PROCEDURE 
PROCEDURE 
PROCEDURE 



ENGL LIT 

ENGL LIT 

ENGL LIT 

ENGL LIT 

SEC TCHG 

SEC TCHG 

SEC TCFG 

SEC TCHG 

SEC TCHG 

CHAUCER 

SHAKESPEARE 

SHAKESPEARE 

SHAKESPEARE 

SHAKESPEARE 

SHAKESPEARE 

SHAKESPEARE 

MILTCN 

STUD IK FCLKLORE 



1 LIT FOR ADOLESCENT 

1 HIST OF ENGL LANG 

2 HIST OF ENGL LANG 

1 ENGL LANE ELM TCHR 

2 ENGL LANG ELM TCHR 

1 SEC STUDENT TCHG 

2 SEC STUDENT TCHG 

1 SEM ENGLISH MAJORS 

2 SEM ENGLISH MAJORS 
1 INOIV READINGS 

KILL iTUOY HAHTHCRNE 

CREOI r. 

1 EMINENT AP WRITERS 

MILL iTUOY BEN JCNSCN 

CREOI r. 

((ILL iTUDY DYLAN 

1 HOU« CREDIT. 



WILL 



1 

2 

90 

WILL 

WILL 

1 
2 



STUDY DYLAN 



EMINENT ENG WRITER 
EMINENT ENG WRITER 
EPINENT ENG WRITER 

STUDY PCETRY 

STUDY FICTICN 

AOV CREATIVE WR I TG 
AOV CREATIVE WRITG 



9.00 to 9.50 AM 

2.10 TO 3.00 PM 

6.00 TO 7.*0 PM 

9.00 TO 9.50 AM 



T TH 
T TH 
TH 
M W F 



8.00 TO 
9.00 TC 

12.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
5.00 TO 

10.00 TO 
2.10 TC 
7.*5 TO 

12.10 TO 
I.IO TC 



8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

*0 PM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

10.15 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 



T TH 

T TH 

T TH 

T TH 

OAILY 

T 

M W F 

M W F 

TH 

M W F 

T TH 



2.10 

11 .10 
I.IO 
2.10 
8.00 

10.00 
1.10 
2.10 
2.10 
1.10 
8.00 
9.00 

10.00 
1.10 
2.10 
7.*5 
8.00 

11.10 



TC 3, 

TO 12, 

TO 2, 

TO 3, 

TO a, 

TO 10. 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TC 
TO 
TO 



TO 10. 

TO 2. 

TO 3. 

TO 10. 

TO 8. 

TO 12. 



.00 PM 
.00 N 
.00 PM 
.00 PM 
.50 AM 
,50 AM 
,00 PM 
.00 PM 
.00 PM 
.00 PM 
.50 AM 
.50 AM 
,50 AM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,15 PM 
,50 AM 
.00 N 



12.10 TC 
1.10 TO 
3.10 TO 



1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
*.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 

*.30 TC 

*.30 TC 
10 TO 



12. 

12.10 TO 



6.30 PM 
6.30 PM 
I. 00 PM 
1.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 



M W 
M W 



M W 

M W 



M 
M 
M 
TH 

T TH 
M W F 



TH 



9.00 TO 9.50 AM 
6.00 TO 7.00 PM 
6. CO TC 7.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
1.10 TC 2.00 PM 



T 

TH 

TH 



T TH 
T TH 



150 JKBA 

81 JKB 

080 JKBA 

087 JKBA 



136 
116 

:k052 

Aoea 

A026 
A067 
27* 
i052 
1087 
81 
Aai9 



^088 
A087 

>088 
262 

U59 
A087 
AC09 

>oe7 

3*8 
361 

1088 
k088 
A052 
\052 
37* 
fc03* 
** 
AC19 



S03* 
52C8 
S088 
V052 

3*8 
V03* 
103* 
1087 

163 



131 JKB 
i087 JKBA 
1087 JKBA 



M53 

1087 



JKB 

JKB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MARB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKBA 



9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


1 163 


JKB 


10.00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


f088 
323 


JKBA 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


MARB 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


! 32* 


MARB 



JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

SFH 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MARB 

MARB 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MARB 

JKBA 

JKB 

JKBA 



JKBA 
SFLC 
JKBA 
JKBA 
MARB 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKB 



133 MSCB 



JKBA 
JKBA 



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ct 

ct 



BEST B S 
OLSON E L 
REST 9 S 
LARSO*! C F 



THAYER H 


HARRIS J S 


GEARY E 4 


THAYER H 


WILSON M A 


RI0E4HOURTE 


WILLIAMS RS 


THOMSON W C 


WILLIA«<S RS 


CRACROFT RH 


LAMBERT N E 


LARSON C F 


BEST L G 


THCMAS J A 


GASS>4AN 9 M 


HARRIS J B 


CLARK B n 


FARNSWRTH08 


GEARY E A 


HARRIS J 9 


WEST H 


MAOSEN H S 


TITZE P K 


STAFF 


MCKNQRCK J£ 


FARNSWRTH08 


CRAIG H R 


GRASS .<< R 


KING A H 


HART E L 


CLARK 9 9 


HUNSAKER OG 


WILSON W A 



BELL E M 
ALOER I G 
MCKNCRCK JE 
HAYES L 
STAFF 

CALOER R E 
CALOER R E 
CLARK M J 
STAFF 
STAFF 



CRACRllFT RH 



TATE C 3 
EVANS L 
EVANS L 



LARSON C F 
THAYER H 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



CCLPSE 
DESCRIPTION 



C B 
E L 
(< K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM— BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



520R SEC I 



AND MYTH. 



17S78 
17988 
17S98 
18009 
18010 
18020 
18030 
18040 
18050 
18060 
1807C 
18C80 
18090 
18101 
18111 
18121 
18131 
181A1 



ENGL 



520R 

527 

528 

529 

578 

579 

615 

615 

624 

631 

650 

651R 

661 

695 

695 

699 

755R 

799 



ENVIRONMENTAL DESlON 



29 73 3 
29743 
29753 
29753 
29773 
29783 
29 79 3 
29803 
29814 
29824 
29834 
29844 



29654 
29864 
29874 
29884 
29894 
29905 

2992 5 

2993 5 
29945 
29955 
2996 5 
29975 
29985 

29995 
30009 
30O19 
30029 
30039 



30049 
30059 
30C69 



ENV 102 
111 
111 
111 
111 
120 
160 
211 
211 
219 
221 
221 



ENV D 240 HOME SfUDY (210 hRCB) 



ENV 



240 
240 
240 
240 
240 
240 
319 
321 
325 
325 
330 
332 
333 

355 
364 
375 
380 
42 5 



pNv D 430 Home siudy (210 hrcbj 



ENV D 430 
432 
478 



27900 
2791C 
27921 
27931 
27941 
27951 
27961 
27971 
27981 
27991 
28003 
28013 
28023 
28033 
28043 
28053 
28063 
28073 



28083 
28093 



28104 
28114 
28124 
28134 
28144 
28154 



FE 



HM 170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
170 
250 
2 50 
335 
335 
335L 
335L 
335L 
335L 
335L 
335L 
335L 
335L 



FE t-M 350 HCME S 



FE FM 350 
3 50 



FE hM 351 
351 
351 
351 
351 
351 



WILL 



STUDY ARCFETYPE 



STUDIES 
PHCNOLCG 
PHCNOLCG 
STRUCT C 
TESL NAT 
TESL STU 
BIBLIQC 
BIBLIOG 
OLD FNGL 
ENGLISH 
LIT CBIT 
STUDIES 
COLCMAL 
INOIV RE 
TESL FIE 
MASTERS 
STD TRAG 
DISSERTA 



TFEMECFORM 

Y MOD ENGL 

Y TESL LAB 
F f'OO ENGL 

SEL (. DEV 
CENT TCHG 
C RESEARCH 
£ RESEARCH 
ISH 

FICTION 
ICISM 
Ih POETRY 

£ PURITAN 
ADINGS 
LC STUDY 
TFESIS 
IC MODE 
TICN 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
10.00 TO 10.50 AM 



9.00 TO 
3.10 10 



9.50 AM 
4.00 PM 



3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 
11.10 

3.10 TC 

8.00 TO 

9,00 TO 

2.10 TO 



4.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

10 12.00 N 

4.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

3.30 PM 



1.10 TO 2.00 PM 



1 

90 

91 

92 

93 

1 

1 

1 

90 

1 

1 

2 



INTRO 
BASIC 
BASIC 
BASIC 
BASIC 
ENVIR 
PERSP 
BASIC 
BASIC 
ENVIR 
BASIC 
BASIC 



ENVIRON DSGN 

DESIGN 1 

DESIGN 1 

DESIGN 1 

DESIGN 1 
CN DSGN DRAFT 
ECTIVE PRACTM 

DESIGN 2 

DESIGN 2 
CN FLC STDY 1 

DRAW RENDER 

CRAh RENDER 



1 
2 
3 
5 
90 
92 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 
I 
1 
90 



INTRO 

INTRO 

I^TBC 

INTRO 

INTRC 

INTRC 

ENVIRO 

RENDER 

INT EN 

INT EN 

MAT 6 

PR INC 

BASIC 



INTER 
INTER 
INTER 
INTER 
INTER 
INTER 
N FLC 
ING 2 
VIRCN 
VIRCN 
COMP- 
INTEP 
ARCHl 



I OR ENV 

lOR ENV 

lOR ENV 

lOR ENV 

lOR ENV 

lOR ENV 
STDY 2 

LAB 1 

LAB 1 

INT ENV 

lOR ENV 

TCTR 1 



FURN DSGN t CONS 1 
REGICNtURBAN PLAN 
ENV PRESENTATION 1 
ENVIRCN GRAPHICS 1 
INTERIOR ENV LAB 2 



HIST INTER ENVIRON 
HIST CNTMP ENVIRON 
ENV LANDSCF DSGN 1 



FAMILY ECONOMICS & HOME MANAGEMENT 



12.10 TC 

5.00 TO 

5.00 TO 

5.00 TC 

5.00 TO 

7. CO TC 

4.10 TC 

8.00 TO 

5.00 TC 

11.10 TO 

2.30 TO 

2.30 TO 



10.00 TO 

11.10 TO 

9. CO 10 

1.10 TO 

5.00 TO 

5.00 TC 

3.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

9.00 TO 

11.10 TO 

10.00 TO 

9.00 TO 

3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

7.00 TC 

1.10 TO 

9.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

7.45 TO 



1.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
9.00 AM 
6.00 PM 
10.00 AM 
7.30 PM 
1.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 



10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

9.50 AM 

2.00 PM 

7.30 PM 

7.30 PM 

5.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

U.OO AM 

I. 00 PM 

10.50 AM 

11.00 AM 

6.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

9.00 AM 

2.30 PM 

11.00 AM 

1.00 PM 

9.50 PM 



W 

w 

B 
M 
H 
B 
TH 
TH 
W F 
W F 
H F 
W F 
TH 
8 A 
B A 
B A 
W F 
B A 



A088 JKBA 
135 MCKB 



AC96 JKBA 
7 JKB 



448 
524 
155 
155 
155 
155 
255 



JRCL 

JRCL 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JRCL 



155 JKB 



M TH 
M TH 



1.10 TO 2.00 PM 
2.10 TC 3.00 PM 
1.30 TC 4.00 PM 



ESOURCES 
ESCURCES 
ESOURCES 
ESOURCES 
ESOURCES 
ESOURCES 
ECONOMICS 
ECONOMICS 
D ECUIP 
D ECUIP 



MGT OF 

MGT CF 

f«GT CF 

MGT CF 

MGT CF 

MGT CF 

CONSUMER 

CONSUMER 

HCtSEhCL 

HOLSEHCL 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 



rUDY (210 FRCBI 



PRINC HCI'E MGT 
PR INC HC^E MGT 



FE HM 351 FOME SIUDY (210 FBCB) 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
90 



FAMLY 
FAf ILY 
FAMLY 
FAKILY 
FAf ILY 
FAMILY 



F INANCE 
FINANCE 
FINANCE 
F INANCE 
F INANCE 
F INANCE 



8.00 TO 

9.00 TC 

10.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

10.00 TO 

12.10 TO 

9.00 10 

11.10 TC 

11.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

8.00 TO 

11.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

8.00 TO 

11.10 TO 

2.10 TO 



8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

10.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

1.03 PM 

4.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

1.00 PM 

4.00 PM 



9. CO TO 9.50 AM 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 



9.00 TO 9.50 AH 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 



2.10 TC 
8.00 TO 
1.10 TO 
7.45 TC 



3.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
2.00 PM 
9.25 PM 



F 

TH 

F 

TH 

Vl 

W 



M H 
M W 
M W 
M h 
TH 
W 



M 

T 

M 

M 

M 

M 

T 

TH 

T TH 



M 
TH 

W 

w 

W F 
M 



W F 
TH 
TH 
TH 



lis 

220 
230 
260 
260 
260 
220 
220 
230 
250 
260 
220 



3205 

3205 

3200 

3200 

3205 

3205 

230 

220 

230 

260 

;3200 

250 

250 

250 

230 

220 

230 

230 

230 



M W F 
M W F 
T TH 



3205 SFLC 

3200 SFLC 

230 BRMB 



M W 



TH 
TH 



T TH 
T TH 



M 
W 

w 

TH 

TH 



JKB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
SFLC 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 
BRMB 



1125 
1125 
1125 
1125 
1125 
1125 
2241 
3246 
1205 
1205 
1124 
1124 
1124 
1124 
1124 
1124 
1124 
1124 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



1125 SFLC 
1125 SFLC 



2241 
2241 
2241 
3245 
2241 
3215 



SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



LAB INCLUDED 



LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 



INCLUDED 
INCLUDED 
INCLUDED 
INCLUOEO 
INCLUDED 
INCLUOEO 
INCLUDED 
INCLUDED 
INCLUDED 



MAJORS ONLY 



LAB INCLUDED 
LAB INCLUOEO 
LAB INCLUOEO 
LAB INCLUOEO 

LAB INCLUOEO 
LAB INCLUDED 
LAB INCLUOEO 
LAB INCLUDED 
LAB INCLUDED 
LAB INCLUDED 
LAB INCLUDED 
LAB INCLUDED 



LAB INCLUOEO 



AB 



BRADY M B 
BLAIR R M 
LUTHY M 
LUTHY M 
MADSEN H S 
STAFF 
GASSMAN B 
STAFF 

MCKNORCK J 
BRADY H 8 
CLARK n J 
HAOr 6 L 
THOMSON U 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
CRAIG 
STAFF 



M R 



STAFF 
HANKS K H 
MORGAN V F 
STAFF 

MORGAN V F 
ALGunC D I 
STAFF 

NACKOS F J 
RtGGS F P 
NACKOS F J 
HANKS K H 
STAFF 





ALLEN P S 




ALLEN P S 




DANSIE R E 




OANSIE R E 


E 


RIGGS J R 


e 


HOLLINGSHOS 




VIEH4EG R G 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




DANSIE R E 




STAFF 




VIEHWEG R G 




VIEHWEG R G 




BAUGHMAN MR 




STAFF 




HANKS K H 




STAFF 


E 


STAFF 




ALLEN P S 




OANSIE R E 




MAAS J L 



GORHAM 
SLAUGH 
GORHAM 
SLAUGH 
GORHAM 
SLAUGH 
BASTIAN a 
BASTIAN B 
VINCENT J 
GARRISON CLi 
VINCENT J 
VINCENT J 
GARRISG'N CL 
GARRISON CLi 
VINCENT J 
VINCENT J 
GARRISON CL 
GARRISCN CL 



POULSON J J 
POULSON J J 



POULSON J J 
POULSON J J 
POULSON J J 
HANSEN 6 
HANSEN G 
SLAUGH K 



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CATG 




jCCURSE 


CR 


C B 
E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPRtJV 




j INDEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 






TAUGHT 


RCCM 


—BLOC 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHE* 




FE HM 370 HDME S UDY (210 hdCB) 






















2816A 


FE HH 370 


1 


RESIDENCE MGT 


2 


F 


8.00 1C 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


!3C8 


SFLC 




S 


8ASTU:4 *» S 


28174 


370 


2 


RESIDENCE fGT 


2 


F 


2.10 TO 


3.40 PM 


M W 


.223 


SFLC 




» 


BASTUr4 i S 












F 


8. CO TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


>3C8 


SFLC 






SLAUUK K 


28184 


370 


3 


RESIDENCE MGT 


2 


S 


8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


!308 


SFLC 




% 


SLAlCiH K 


28195 


370L 


1 


LAB 





F 






T B A 










snur.H K 


2820 S 


370L 


2 


LAB 





F 






T B A 










SIAU-,H K 


' 2821 S 


370L 




LAB 





S 






T 8 A 










SL\IJ5H K 


28225 


435 




LIGHT £ CRG SPACE 


3 




8.00 TC 


10.00 AM 


T TH 


124 


SFLC 






CARRISCN CL 


1 2823 5 


480 




TRAIN DEI'CH TECH 


2 




1.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


125 


SFLC 






GARRISON CL 


28245 


485 




FIELD fcCBK KAJORS 


3 








T 8 A 










HANSEN a 


Jf 28255 


580R 




SPEC TPCS-F»' EC 


V 








T B A 










ST4FF 


2826 5 

1 

F0( 


590 

)D SCI 


E^ 


SEfilNAB 

CE & NUT 


Z 


ric 


4.10 TO 

)N 


6.00 PM 


W 


.125 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18151 


F S N 110 


1 


PRINC FCCD PREP 


2 




10. OO TO 


10.50 AM 


H 


!201 


SFLC 


LAB CARD RFO 




STAFF 


18161 


110 


90 


PRINC FCCC PREP 


2 




5.00 TO 


7.30 PM 


TH 


1307 


SFLC 




E 


STAFF 


18171 


llOL 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


H 


1121 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18181 


llOL 


3 


LAB 







2.10 TC 


4.00 PM 


F 


1121 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18191 


llOL 
F S N 115 H 


4 
DME S 


LAB 

UDY (210 FRCBl 







11.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


TH 


1121 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18202 


F S N 115 


1 


ESSEN OF NLTR 


2 




10.00 TO 


10.50 AM 


W F 


:2C1 


SFLC 




, 


PAGE EBMA 


18212 


115 


2 


ESSEN CF NUTR 


2 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


W F 


!201 


SFLC 






TURNER L G 


f 18222 


115 


3 


ESSEN CF NUTR 


2 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


!320B 


SFLC 






FRAN/ K a 


18232 


115 


50 


ESSEN CF NLTR 


2 




2.30 TO 


4.30 PM 


T 


iL HL 


CNTR 






LAVE.NI3ER 


18242 


116 

F S N 245 H 


1 
3ME S 


tSSEN NUTR LAB 
UDY (210 HRCB) 


1 




12.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


F 


!227 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18252 


F S N 255 


1 


FUNOCNTLS OF NUTR 


5 




12.10 10 


1.00 PM 


MThTH 


>241 


SFLC 


LAB CARD REQ 




FRANC. K B 


18262 


255 


2 


FUNOMNTLS OF NUTR 


5 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


MTViTH 


!241 


SFLC 


LAB CARD REQ 




STAFF 


18272 


255L 


1 


LAB 







7.00 TO 


9.00 AM 


T 


>227 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18282 


255L 


2 


LAB 







8.00 TC 


10.00 AM 


TH 


>227 


SFLC 






ST4FF 


18293 


255L 


3 


LAB 







3.10 TO 


5.00 J>M 


M 


1227 


SFLC 






STAFF 


1830 3 


255L 


4 


LAB 







9.00 TO 


11.00 AM 


F 


1227 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18313 


264 


1 


INTRO FOOD SCIENCE 


3 




8.00 10 


8.50 AM 


M H F 


103 


SFLC 






TOWNER L G 


18323 


264 


2 


INTRC FOOD SCIENCE 


3 




11.10 TC 


12.00 N 


M l< F 


>308 


SFLC 






JOHNSON J H 


18333 


265 


1 


INTRO FOCD SCI LAB 


2 




1.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


M h 


!235 


SFLC 






PAGE (:ONA 


18343 


265 


2 


INTRO FCCD SCI LAB 


2 




7. CO TO 


10.00 AH 


T TH 


!235 


SFLC 






TURNE* L 


18353 


265 


3 


INTRO FCCD SCI LAB 


2 




11.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


T TH 


!235 


SFLC 






TURNER L 


18363 


265 


4 


INTRO FOCD SCI LAB 


2 




3.10 TO 


6.00 PM 


T TH 


!235 


SFLC 






BOYLE JOYCE 


18373 


310L 


1 


LAB 


6 




12.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T 


!121 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18384 


310L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


TH 


!121 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18394 


340 


1 


HEAL MANAGEMENT 


2 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


H 


!201 


SFLC 






BOYLE JOYCE 


18404 


340L 


1 


LAB 







7.00 TO 


10.00 AM 


T 


•121 


SFLC 






SOYLE JOYCE 


18414 


340L 


2 


LAB 







7.00 TO 


10.00 AM 


TH 


!121 


SFLC 






BOYLE JOYCE 


18424 


340L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


W 


!121 


SFLC 






BOYLE JOYCE 


18434 


340L 


4 


LAB 







10.00 TO 


1. 00 PM 


F 


!121 


SFLC 






BOYLE JOYCE 


18444 


3 50 


1 


FOCD ANALYSIS 


4 




2.10 TQ 


3.00 PM 


M Vt 


!215 


SFLC 






CALL 4 a 


18454 


350L 


1 


LAB 







12.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


327 


WIDB 






CALL A 


18464 


370 


1 


QUAN FCCD PREP 


2 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


M 


S307 


SFLC 


LAB CARD REQ 




STAFF 


18475 


370L 


1 


LAB 







9.0O TC 


12.00 N 


M 


111 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18485 


370L 


2 


LAB 







9.00 TO 


12.00 N 


W 


111 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18495 


3 70L 


3 


LAB 







9.00 TO 


12.00 N 


F 


:111 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18505 


380 


1 


QUANT FCCD PURCHAS 


2 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


W F 


1307 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18515 


400 


1 


COMMUNITY NUTR 


2 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T 


2241 


SFLC 






BENNION M 


18525 


400L 
FSN 455 STU 
CLASS AT 9- 


1 

JENTS 
12 AM 


LAB 

MUST ATTEND CNE 

MiT.VliTH, OR F 







2.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


TH 


2227 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18535 


F S N 455 


1 


THERAPUTIC NUTRITN 


5 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AH 


T TH 


i215 


SFLC 






BENNION n 


18545 


455L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


W^ 


?227 


SFLC 






BENNION » 


18555 


462 


1 


FOCD CUAL FRESRVTN 


3 




10. CO TO 


10.50 AM 


M W 


2308 


SFLC 






JOHNSON J M 


18566 


462L 


1 


LAB 







8.00 TO 


11.00 AM 


F 


J235 


SFLC 






JOHNSON J M 


18576 


492 


1 


FIELD WORK FSN 


V 


F 






T B A 










JOHNSCN J M 


18586 


635 


I 


ADV HUfAN NUTR 1 


3 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


M h F 


^227 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18596 


690 


1 


SEM IN FCOD SCI 


V 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


H 


488 


JRCL 






PAGE ECNA 


18606 


697 


1 


RESEARCH | 


V 








T B A 










STAFF 


18616 

FOI 


699 

^UM A 


1 

SSI 


MASTERS Tt-ESIS 

iMBLIES 


V 








T 8 A 










STAFF 


18626 


FORLM 101 


1 


LEC IN CCNTEMP CIV 


.5 




10. CO TC 


11.00 AM 


TH 


?B FL 


SFH 






STAFF 


18636 


201 


1 


LEC IN CCNTEMP CIV 


.5 




IC.CO TO 


11.00 AM 


TH 


3B FL 


SFH 






STAFF 


18646 


301 


1 


LEC IN CCNTEfP CIV 


.5 




10. CO TO 


11.00 AM 


TH 


38 FL 


SFH 






STAFF 


18657 

FRI 


401 

INCH 


1 


LEC IN CCNTEMP CIV 


.5 




10. CO TO 


11.00 AM 


TH 


IB FL 


SFH 






STAFF 


18667 


FRt^ 095 


90 


BEG FREN FCR GRADS 







5.20 TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


365 


MCKB 




E 


SLAOE J K 


18677 


096 


90 


BEG FREN FCR GRAOS 







5.20 TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


367 


HCKB 




e 


GREEN J A 


18687 


101 


1 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


365 


MCKB 






STAFF 


18697 


101 


2 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


331 


MSCB 






CLIN5ER S 


18707 


101 


3 


1ST VR FRENCH 


4 




8. CO TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


3228 


HFAC 






CALL M J 


18727 


101 


5 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 








T B A 










KING G a 


18737 


101 


6 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




3.10 TC 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


390 


ESC 






STAFF 


18748 


101 


7 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


162 


BRMB 






STAFF 


18758 


101 


8 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


136 


MCKB 






GNOLt F 


18768 


101 


9 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


= 515 


HFAC 






STAFF 


18778 


101 


10 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PH 


DAILY 


136 


MCKB 






ST\FF 


18788 


101 


11 


ISI YR FRENCH 


4 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


271 


MSCB 






JE^KNSON KM 


18798 


101 


12 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




2.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


OAILY 


255 


ESC 






STAFF 


18808 


101 


13 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


210 


B34 






STAFF 


18818 


101 


14 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




3.10 TO 


4.00 PH 


DAILY 


1317 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18828 


101 


15 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




4.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


DAILY 


365 


MCKB 






LE8RAS Y 


18717 


lOlH 


4 


iST YR FRENCH 


4 




9. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


349 


MCKB 


HONORS 




HEUOIER J P 


18839 


102 


1 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




8.00 TC 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


7 


JKB 






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CATG 




CtURSE 


CR 


C B 
I L 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT 


NO 


SEC 


OESCBIPTICN 


HR 


f K 










TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FE€ 


TEACHER 


ie8'^9 


FREN 


102 


2 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


162 


JSB , 






CHENEY C C 


laess 




102 


3 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


366 


MARB 






WALKER M C 


18e6<9 




102 


4 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


310 


MCKB 






SPERRY M A 


18679 




102 


5 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY F515 


HFAC 






CR0SSNCKL6 


18889 




102 


6 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


136 


MCKB 






JAMESON B I 


18899 




102 


7 


1ST YR FRENCH 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 3215 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18909 


FREN 


102 

201 HC 


8 
ME ST 


1ST YR FRENCH 
JOY (210 FRCBI 


4 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


349 


MCKB 






OWEN L B 


18919 


FREN 


201 


1 


INTPM RE/ID £ CCNV 


4 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


244 


B34 






CLARK H H 


18930 




201 


3 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


299 


MSCB 






SLAOE J K 


18940 




201 


4 


INTRM READ t CCNV 


4 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


F262 


HFAC 






TARR K 


189 50 




201 


5 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


7 


JKB 






STAFF 


18960 




201 


6 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1. 00 


PM 


DAILY 


3215 


SFLC 






STAFF 


18970 




201 


7 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


365 


MCKB 






BODOM H H 


18980 




201 


8 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY jA0C9 


JKBA 






SPEARS I 


18990 




201 


9 


INTRM REAC £ CCNV 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


430 


ESC 






StAFF 


19002 




201 


10 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


109 


MSCB 






OUCKWITZ SM' 


19012 




201 


90 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




5.20 


TO 


7.00 


PM 


M W 


349 


MCKB 




E 


STAFF 


18920 




201H 


2 


INTRM READ £ CCNV. 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


365 


MCKB 


HONORS 




GREEN J A 


19022 




211 


1 


2N0 YEAR CCNVERS 


2 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


2 20 


834 






CASWELL J K 


19032 




211 


2 


2ND YEAR CCNVERS 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


310 


MCKB 






TARR K 


19042 


FREN 


211 

301 HC 


3 
ME ST 


2ND YEAR CCNVERS 
JDY (210 FPCB) 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


F214 


HFAC 






GREISNER N 


19052 


FREN 


301 


1 


INTRO FRENCH LIT 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M t, F 


310 


MCKB 






GIRY J A 


19062 




301 


2 


INTPC FRENCH LIT 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


3 10 


MCKB 


RTRN MISSIONARY 


i 


KIMBALL M 


19072 




301 


3 


INTRO FRENCH LIT 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M U F 


3215 


SFLC 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


* 


KIMBALL H D 


19082 




301 


4 


INTRC FRENCH LIT 


3 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


365 


MCKB 






SLAOE J K 


19092 




301 


5 


INTRC FRENCH LIT 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


349 


MCKB 






ASHFORO J B 


19103 




301 


6 


INTPO FRENCH LIT 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M H F 


213 


MCKB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


i 


TARR K 


19113 




311 


1 


3RD YR CCNVERS 


2 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


365 


MCKB 






LEBRAS Y 


19123 




311 


2 


3R0 YR CCNVERS 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1. 00 


PM 


T TH 


349 


MCKB 






LOtSEAU M T 


19133 




311 


3 


3RD YR CCNVERS 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


310 


MCKB 






LOISEAU M T 


191*3 


FREN 


311 
321 HC 


4 
ME ST 


3R0 YR CCNVERS 
JDY (210 FRCB) 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


365 


MCKB 






HEUDIER J P 


19153 


FREN 


321 


1 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M k. F 


A067 


JKBA 






SPEARS I 


19163 




321 


2 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M W F 


310 


MCKB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


> 


TURNER N C 


19173 




321 


3 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M ta F 


365 


MCKB 






LEE H W 


19183 




321 


4 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M h F 


134 


MSCB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


5 


JENSEN C 


1919« 




321 


5 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M ta F 


310 


MCKB 






MILLER J D 


19204 




321 


6 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M M F 


349 


MCKB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


S 


LAMBERT L G 


19214 




322 


1 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


2 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


310 


MCKB 






GIRY J A 


19224 




322 


2 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


3215 


SFLC 






ASHFORO J B 


,19234 




326 


1 


FREN PHON £ PRCNUN 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


310 


MCKB 






THOMPSON CP 


19244 




326 


2 


FREN PHCN £ PRCNUN 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


365 


MCKB 






THGMPSCN CP 


19254 




326 


3 


FREN PHON £ PRCNUN 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


349 


MCKB 






ASHFORO J a 


19264 




326 


4 


FREN PHCN £ PRCNUN 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


349 


MCKB 






ASHFORO J B 


19274 




377 


1 


FRENCH TCHG PROCED 


3 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M W F 


310 


MCKB 




C 


MILLER J 


1928S 




377L 


1 


LAB 







4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


310 


MCKB 






MILLER J 


1929 5 




401 


1 


BIBLIC RES TECH 


1 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


F 


349 


MCKB 






KIMBALL M 


19305 




411 


1 


4TH YR CCNVERS 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


349 


MCKB 






GIRY J A 


19315 




429 


1 


INTRO STYL £ LITER 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M V. F 


349 


MCKB 






SLAOE J K 


19325 




440 


1 


hIST SURVEY FR LIT 


4 


h 


8. CO 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


213 


MCKB 






KIMBALL M 


1933 5 


FREN 


440 

441 HC 


2 

ME ST 


HIST SURVEY FR LIT 
JDY (210 FRCBI 


4 


F 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


310 


HCKB 






GREEN J A 


19345 


FREN 
FREN 


441 
442 HC 


1 
ME ST 


SRVY FREN LIT CULT 
JOY (210 FRCBI 


3 


F 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


310 


MCKB 






TARR K 


19355 


FREN 


442 


1 


SRVY FREN LIT CULT 


3 


F 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M H F 


349 


MCKB 






TURNER N C 


19376 




445 


2 


INTRO FREN CIVILIZ 


3 


H 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M h F 


365 


MCKB 






LEE H W 


19386 




445 


3 


INTRO FREN CIVILIZ 


3 


F 


3.ia 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M t. F 


365 


MCKB 






ASHFORO J a 


19365 




445H 


1 


INTRO FREN CIVILIZ 


3 


t- 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M Vt F 


365 


MCKB 


HONORS 




LEE H W 


19396 




448 


1 


FRENCH LIT PROSE 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


349 


MCKB 






GIRY J A 


19406 




479 


I 


SfC STUDENT TCHG 


V 












T 8 A 








C» 


JENSEN C 


19416 




4 79 


2 


SEC STUCENT TCHG 


V 






\ 






T B A 








Ct 


MILLER J 


19426 




490R 


1 


INDIVIDUAL STUDY 


V 












T B A 










SLAOE J K* 


19436 




520 


1 


FREN CCMP £ GRAMMR 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M M 


349 


MCKB 






MILLER J 




ROMANCE PHI 


LOLOG 


r - REGISTER FOR 




























LATIN 


621. 






























19446 


FREN 


601 




BIBLIO £ PES TECH 


1 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AH 


F 


149 


JKB 






CLARK H H 


19456 




665 




FRENCH RENAISSANCE 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


365 


MCKB 






HEUOIER J P 


19467 




675 




THE ENLIGHTENMENT 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


310 


MCKB 






LAMBERT L G 


19477 




677R 




PRIN FCR LANG TCHG 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M VI 


310 


MCKB 






JENSEN C 


19487 




682 




FREN RCMANTIC MVMT 


2 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M M 


E354 


HFAC 






CLARK H M 


19497 




690R 




DIRECTED READINGS 


V 












TEA 










CLARK H W 


19507 




699 




MASTERS TFESIS 


V 












T 6 A 










STAFF 


19517 




740D 




FR GENRES£CRITICSM 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


214 


MCKB 






GIRY J A 


19527 




785R 




SPEC STUCY LIT 20C 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


365 


MCKB 






LEE H H 


19537 




799 




DISSERTATION 


V 












T B A 










STAFF 


GEl 


MEALC 


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GNLGY 


265 H 


OME S 


rUDY (210 hRCBl 


























19547 


GNLGY 
GNLGY 


265 
270 H 


1 
OME S 


NCRTh AM RESEARCH 
rUDY (210 FRCB) 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M M F 


2260 


SFLC 






FLICK R C 


19558 


GNLGY 


270 


1 


BRITISH RESEARCH 


3 


t 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M H F 


274 


MARB 






PRATT H 



54 

































** 


CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


G B 

e L 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 




SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


P K 








TAUGHT 


RCOM 


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ENROLLMENT 


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GNLGV 275 H )ME S UOV (210 HRCB) 
























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GNLGY 275 


1 


SCANDINAVIAN RSRCH 


3 




12.10 10 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


353 


HFAC 






JOHANSOS CE 


El 19578 
t 19568 


280 


90 


LATIN AP PESEARCH 


3 




5.00 TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


373 


MARB 




E 


PRATT 


285 


1 


GERMAN RESEARCH 


3 




3.10 TO 


*.00 


PM 


M W F 


368 


HARB 






JOHANSCN CE 




GNLGY 366 H 


]ME S 


UDY (210 HRCBI 
























19598 


GNLGY 368 


90 


MIDhESTEPN STATES 


3 




*.30 TO 


7.00 


PH 


M 


2*7 


MARB 




E 


FLICK R C 




GNLGY 371 hUe sjuDY (210 hRCB) 


























GNLGY 372 H ]ME STUDY (210 KRCBI 
























19608 


GNLGY 372 


1 


EARLY BRITISH SRCS 


3 




1.10 10 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


3*8 


MARB 






PRATT D H 


19618 


373 


1 


SCOTLAND £ IRELAND 


3 




2.iO TO 


3.00 


PM 


H W F 


275 


JSB 






BLQXHAM V B 


1962 8 


376 


1 


SWEO-FINN SOURCES 


3 




11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


368 


MARB 






JOHANSON CE 


19638 


*95R j 1 


APPLIED RESEARCH 


3 










TBA 










FLICK ■« C 


, 196*9 


*98R ■ 1 {special PPCBLEfS 


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TBA 










WELLS J 


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COOIO 


!gN CR 100 1 1 FUNDAMENTALS HATH 


3 




9»C0 TO 


9.50 


AH 


DAILY 


390 


ESC 






POPE A il 


00020 


100 2 FUNDAMENTALS MATH 


3 




12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


323 


MARB 






ASH8Y R E 


00030 


100 ': 3 FUNDAMENTALS MATH 


3 




2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


323 


MARB 






ASH3Y i< E 


000*0 


100 ' * FUNDAMENTALS MATH 


3 




*.00 TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


323 


HARB 






BERTCH F 


00050 


100 90 FUNDAMENTALS MATH 


3 




5.20 TO 


7.00 


PM 


M W 


323 


HARB 




E 


POPE A W 


00060 


101 1 1 ilNTRO SIC SCI I 


3 




1.10 10 


2.00 


PM 


W 


150 


BRMB 






ROELLER C » 




i 






12.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


150 


BR MB 






ROELLER C R 


00070 


101 2 1 INTRC elC SCI I 


3 




3.10 10 


*.00 


PH 


W 


150 


BRMB 






R06LLER C R 














3.10 TO 


5.00 


PH 


T TH 


150 


BRMB 






ROELLER C R 


00121 


105 


1 


COMP £ READING 


3 




8.00 TO 


8.5C 


AM 


DAILY 


21* 


HFAC 






RIGBY M C 


00131 


105 


2 


CGMP E READING 


3 




8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


3*1 
!2*1 


MARB 






OSBORNE V C 


001*1 


105 


3 


CCMP £ READING 


3 




9.00 10 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


SFLC 






RIGBY W 


00151 


105 ! 5 


COMP t READING 


3 




11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


1208 


SFLC 






LOFGRf EN CD 


00161 


105 I 6 


COMP £ READING 


3 




12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


!208 
3*1 


SFLC 






OS^iJRME V C 


00171 


105 ! 7 


CCfP £ READING 


3 




12.10 TC 


1.00 


PH 


DAILY 


MARB 






LOFGRFE'^ CD 


00181 


105 ; 8 


COMP £ READING 


i 




1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2*6 


B3* 






OSeORNE V C 


00192 


105 9 


COMP £ READING 


3 




2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2*6 


B3* 






RIGBY W 


00202 


105 


10 


COMP £ REACING 


3 




3.10 TO 


*.00 


PM 


DAILY 


i2C8 


SFLC 






lofg<iee;<i CD 


00212 


1-05 


U 


COMP £ REACING 


3 




*.10 TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


1208 


SFLC 






CARLYLE r F 


00222 


105 


90 


CCMP £ READING 


3 




5.00 TO 


7.00 


PM 


M TH 


1067 


JKRA 




E 


RIGBY <4 


00232 

GE( 


106 

)GRAF 

GEOG 101 HU 


1 

it sT^ 


PERS COMPUNICATICN 
r 
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3 




10.00 TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


3*1 


HARB 






STAFF 


20137 


GEOG 101 


1 


ENVIRCNMENT £ MAN 


3 


s 


11.10 TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






STEVENS J 


201*7 


101 


2 


ENVIRONMENT £ MAN 


3 


5 


1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






STEVENS J 


20157 


102 


1 


ENVIRON £ MAN LAB 


1 


c 


2.10 TC 


*.00 


PM 


T 


185 


HGB 






STAFF 


20167 


102 
GEOG 120 SE 
TBA AT REGI 
GEOG 120 HO 


2 

; 3 R 

5TRAT 
IE STI 


ENVIRON £ MAN LAB 
■CUIRES I HOUR 

ON. 
JDY (210 HRCB) 


1 


£ 


2.10 TC 


*.00 


PM 


TH 


185 


HGB 






STAFF 


20178 


GEOG 120 


1 


GEOG hORLC AFFAIRS 


3 


5 


7. CO TO 


7.50 


AM 


H W F 


170 


HGB 






STAFF 


20188 


120 


2 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


S 


8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






DUNC4W R C 


20196 


120 


3 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


5 


9.00 TC 


9.50 


AH 


T TH 


267 


HGB 






HUCHAN L e 


20208 


120 


* 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


5 


10.00 TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






WILLIAMS SK 


20218 


120 


5 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


5 


12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






JACKSON R H 


20228 


120 


6 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


< 


2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






DUNCAN R C 


20238 


120 


7 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


J 


3.10 TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






WILLIA.-1S SK 


202*8 


120 


90 


GEOG WORLD AFFAIRS 


3 


5 


7.*5 TO 


10.15 


PM 


W 


170 


HGB 




E 


JACKSON R H 


20258 


211 


1 


INTRO PAfS AIR PH 


2 


S 


9.00 TO 


9.50 


AH 


T 


170 


HGB 


LAB CARD REQ 




WILLIAMS SK 


20269 


211L 


1 


LAB 







7. CO TO 


7.50 


AH 


T TH 


185 


HGB 






WILLIAMS SK 


20279 


211L 


2 


LAB 







8.00 TO 


8.50 


AH 


T TH 


185 


HGB 






WILLIAMS SK 


20239 


211L 
GEOG 231 HO 


3 

"IE STI 


LAB 
JDY (210 HRCBI 







12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


185 


HGB 






WILLIAMS S K 


20299 


GEOG 231 


1 


ECCNCPIC GEOGRAPHY 


3 


s 


9. CO TO 


9.50 


AH 


M W F 


170 


HGB 






LAYTON ^ L 


20339 


332 

GEOG *50 HO 


1 
IE STI 


WORLD RESOURCES 
JDY (210 HRCB) 


2 


i 


8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


166 


HGB 






JACKSON R H 


20319 


GEOG *50 


1 


NORTH AMERICA 


3 


5 


2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W F 


166 


HGB 






JACKSON ^ H 


20329 


*51 
G30G *55 HO 


1 
IE STI 


HIST GEOG NO AM 
DY (210 hRCB) 


3 


S 


9.00 TO 


9.50 


AH 


M W F 


166 


HGB 






JACKSON « H 


20339 


GEOG *55 
GEOG *60 HO 


1 
IE STI 


LATIN AMERICA 
DY (21C HRCB) 


3 


c 


11.10 TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


166 


HGB 






LAYTON ^ L 


203*9 


GEOG *60 


90 


EUROPE 


3 


< 


7.*5 TC 


10.15 


PM 


TH 


166 


HGB 




E 


STEVENS D J 


20350 


*70 


1 


ASIA 


3 


5 


12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


166 


HGB 






DUNCAN R C 


20360 


*90R 


1 


READ IN SYST GEOG 


1 


< 








TBA 






MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


20370 


493 
GEOG 501 HO 


1 
IE STI 


SPECIAL PROBLEMS 
DY (210 HRCB) 


V 


S 








TBA 






MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


20380 


GEOG 501 


1 


GEOG FOR TEACHERS 


3 


c 


3.10 TC 


*.00 


PM 




166 


HGB 






HUDMAN L E 


20390 


50* 


1 


GEOG FIELD TECH 


2 


S 


2.10 TO 


*.00 


PH 


T TH 


166 


HGB 






DUNCAN 1 C 


20*00 


533 


1 


INDUSTRIAL GEOG 


3 


< 


1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


166 


HGB 






HUDM*N L E 


20*10 


553 


1 


GECG OF UTAH 


2 


< 


11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


166 


HGB 






STEVENS D J 


20*20 


598 


1 


SEM IN TECH RESRCH 


2 


s 


*.10 TO 


6.00 


PH 


W 


166 


HGB 






WILLIAMS SK 


20*30 


601 


1 


PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY 


2 


5 


*.10 TO 


6.00 


PM 


M 


166 


HGB 






STEVENS J 


20**1 


690R 


1 


READ IN SYST GEOG 


1 


J 








TBA 






MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


20*51 


695 


1 


SPECIAL PROBLEMS 


V 


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TBA 






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20*61 

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699 

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55 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



CCURSE 
DESCRIPTION 



CR 
HR 



C B 
E L 
F K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM—BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



GE(3LOG^' 



20A81 
20A91 
20501 
20511 
20521 
20532 
2054 2 
20552 
20562 
20572 
20582 
20592 
20602 
20612 
20623 
20633 
20643 
20653 
20663 
20673 
2C683 
20693 
20703 
20714 
20724 
20734 
20744 
20754 
20764 
20774 
20784 
2C794 
2C805 
20815 
20825 



20 £3 5 
20645 
20855 
20865 
20875 
2C88S 
20895 



20906 
2C916 
20926 
20936 
20946 
20956 
20966 
20976 
20986 



2C997 
210C8 
21018 
21028 
21038 
21048 
21058 
21C68 
21079 
21089 
21099 
21109 
21119 
21129 
21139 
21149 
21159 
21160 
21170 
21180 
21190 
2120C 
21210 
21220 
21230 
21240 
21251 
21261 
21271 
21281 
21291 
21301 



GEOL 101 SgC 5 AfJO 
SEC 26 AND 



GENERAL CURRICULpM STUDENTS, 

MAJCB CODE 003. 

GEOL 101 HOME STUDY t21C ^BCBI 



GEOL 



101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 



GEOL 103 HOME STJDY (210 l-RCBI 



GEOL 



103 

103 

103 

104 

104 

104L 

104L 



111 LECTURE 

HITH LAB 
111 LECTURE 



SBC 



MITH LAB SBC 3 0^ 4. 



GEOL 



111 

111 

lllL 

lllL 

lUL 

UlL 

112 

112L 

301 



GEOL 306 HOME ST 



GEOL 



310 

311 

311L 

330 

330L 

351 

351L 

351L 

451 

451L 

470 

470L 

480 

480L 

501 

501 

507 

535 

540 

561 

577 

560 

582 

582L 

671 

671L 

696 

697 

698 

699 

797 

799 



6, GECL 102 
27 ARt RESERVED FCR 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

90 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

26 

27 

90 

91 



INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INIPO 
INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRC 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRC 
INTRC 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRC 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 
INTRO 



TO GEOLOGY 
TC GEOLOGY 
TO GEOLOGY 
TC GECLOGY 
TO GEOLOGY 
TC GEOLOGY 
TO GEOLOGY 
GECLCGY LAB 
GEOLOGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAS 
GEOLCGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 
GECLOGY LAB 
GECLCGY LAB 



1 LIFE OF ThE PAST 

2 LIFE CF THE PAST 
90 LIFE CF THE PAST 

1 ENVIRCNMTL GEOLOGY 

90 ENVIRCMKTL GEOLOGY 

1 LAB 

2 LAB 

SEC I MLST BE TAKEN 

1 0( 2. 
SEC k MLST BE TAKEN 



PHYSICAL GECLOGY 

PHYSICAL GECLOGY 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

HISTORICAL GEOLOGY 

LAB 

COMPUTER APPLICTNS 

JDY (210 t-RCB) 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
90 
1 
1 
1 
I 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



GECL 

STRUC 

LAB 

GEOL 

LAB 

MINER 

LAB 

LAB 

OPTIC 

LAB 

STRAT 

LAB 

PALEN 

LAB 

ROCKS 

ROCKS 

HIST 

GRCUN 

GEOPH 

ORE D 

OCEAN 

INVER 

BICST 

LAB 

SEO P 

LAB 

READ 

DIREC 

RESEA 

MASTE 

DIREC 

DISSE 



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T PALECNTCLCG 

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£ CCNF GECL 

TEC FLD STUD 

RCH 

RS THESIS 

TED FLD STUD 

RTATICN 



8.00 
9.00 
1.10 
3.10 
1.10 
2.10 
5.20 
8.00 
8. CO 
9.00 

11.10 
1.10 
3.10 
9.00 

11.10 

11.10 
3.10 

11.10 
I. 10 
2.10 
3.10 
8.00 
3.10 

10.00 

11.10 
1.10 
4.10 

12.10 
4.10 
B.OO 
8.00 
2.10 
1.10 
2.10 
5.20 
5.20 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 



TO 11 
TC 1 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 



TO 10 
TC 5 
TC 12 



TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 



TO 10 
TO 10 
TO 4 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 



.50 AM 

.50 AM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.50 AM 

.50 AM 

.00 AM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.50 AM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 AM 

.00 PM 

.00 N 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 AM 

• 00 AM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 

.00 PM 



10.00 TO 10.50 AM 



1.10 TO 

5.00 TO 

12.10 TO 

5.20 TO 

11.10 TO 

11.10 TO 



2.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
1.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
1.00 PM 



9.00 TO 
l.ia TO 



9.50 AM 
2.00 PM 



9. CO TO 10.50 AM 



9.00 
1.10 TO 
1.10 TO 
9.00 TO 
1.10 TO 
3.10 TC 



TC 11.00 AM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

5.00 PM 



8.00 TO 

8.00 TO 

9.00 TC 

10. CO TO 

1.10 TO 

8.00 TC 

10.00 TO 

10.00 TO 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

2.10 TC 

1.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

4.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

10. CO TO 

11.10 TO 

8.00 TC 

1.10 TO 

8.00 TO 

9.00 TO 

2.10 TC 

9.30 TO 

2.10 TO 



10.00 AM 

8.50 AM 

11.00 AM 

10.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

12.00 N 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

8.50 AM 

2.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

4.00 PM 



TH 
TH 
TH 



T TH 

T TH 

T TH 

T TH 

MThTH 

MTViTH 

T TH 

M ti 

T TH 

H " 

M 

M 

M 

T 

T 

T 

T 

W 

M M 

M W 

W 

TH 

TH 

M 

F 

F 

T 

W 

W 

M 

T 

F 

MTkTH 

MTfcTH 

T TH 

M h 



M H F 
M H F 
TH 
M W 
M M 
T 
TH 



DAILY 

M W F 

W 

F 

T 

TH 

M H F 

TH 

M 



F 

M W 

M 

M H F 

TH 

T TH 

M 



TH 



Vi 
h 
Vi 

M F 

TH 

M F 

t> F 

MTfcTH 



56 



TH 



M F 



250 
250 
2 50 
250 
168 
168 
2 50 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
350 
168 
168 
350 
350 



^UD 

250 
255 
245 
245 



ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

BRMB 

BRMB 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

BRMB 

BRMB 

ESC 

ESC 



JSB 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



367A ESC 
367A ESC 



255 
255 
350 
350 
350 
350 
245 
360 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



367A ESC 



367A ESC 
367A ESC 
367A ESC 
245 ESC 



366 
255 
139 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



139 ESC 
132 ESC 



132 
366 
366 
357 
357 
139 
139 
366 
366 
132 
139 
366 
357 
357 
357 
366 
365 



ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 



GEN COLL ONLY 
GEN COLL ONLY 



GEN COLL ONLY 
GEN COLL ONLY 



LAB INCLUDED 



K C 

J R 

C 

c 



BRIMHALL MH 

BULLOCK K C 

BULLOCK 

BUSHMAN 

BENNION 

BENNION 

BRIMHALL HH 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

BENNION 

BENNION 

BRIMHALL MM 

BUSHMAN J R 



Q C 
C 



PETERSEN MS 
BUSHMAN J R 
BUSHMAN J R 
BAER J L 
BAER J L 
BAER J L 
BAER J L 



HAHBLIN M 


K 


BRIMHALL HH 


HAMBLIN H 


K 


HAMBLIN M 


K 


BRIMHALL MH 


BRIMHALL HH 


HINTZE L F 


HINTZE L F 


BRIMHALL 


i<H 


RIGBY J K 




BAER J L 




BAER J L 




BISSELL H 


J 


BISSELL H 


J 


BEST H S 




BEST M 6 




BEST M G 




BEST M G 




BEST M G 




BUSHMAN J 


R 


BUSHMAN J 


R 


PETERSEN 


«S 


PETERSEN 


IS 


BULLOCK K 


C 


BULLOCK K 


c 


BUSHMAN J 


R 


HANSEN G 


H 


BEST M G 




BULLOCK K 


C 


HAMBLIN M 


K 


RIGBY J K 




BRAITHHTELF 


BRAITHKTELF 


BISSELL H 


J 


BISSELL H 


J 


STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 







CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


C B 
I L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPRUV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 








TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLOG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


GERMAN 




























21311 


GER« 095 


90 


BEG GERM FOR GRAOS 







5.00 


TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


116 


JKB 




E 


SMITH M F 


21321 


096 


90 


BEG GERM FOR GRAOS 







5.00 


TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


330 


MCKB 




E 


RODS K L 


21331 


101 


1 


1ST VR GERMAN 


4 




7.00 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


3 30 


MCK8 






STAFF 


21342 


101 


2 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


ACC9 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21362 


101 


4 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


214 


SFLC 


ACCELERATED 




STAFF 


21372 


101 


6 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




U.IO 


TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


212 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21382 


101 


7 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


B220 


HFAC 






STAFF 


21392 


101 


a 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


A049 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21402 


101 


9 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


3215 


SFLC 






ST4FF 


21412 


101 


10 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


120 


B30 






STAFF 


21422 


101 


11 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


212 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21433 


101 


12 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


212 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21443 


101 


13 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


32C8 


SFLC 






STAFF 


21453 


101 


14 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


374 


MARB 






STAFF 


21463 


101 


15 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


A019 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21473 


101 


16 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


DAILY 


309 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21483 


101 


90 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




5.00 


TO 


6.40 PM 


M TH 


310 


MCkB 




E 


STAFF 


21352 


lOlH 


3 


1ST YR GERMAN 


4 




, 9.00 


TC 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


215 


MCKB 


HONORS 




LUCKAU P F 


21493 


102 


1 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 


4 




7.00 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


A153 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21503 


102 


3 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 


4 




U.IO 


TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


309 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21513 


102 


4 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


A009 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21524 


102 


5 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


373 


MARB 






STAFF 


21534 


102 


6 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 


4 




l.IO 


TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


A 049 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21544 


102 


7 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 


4 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


A049 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21554 


102 
GERf 201 HC 


8 
ME ST 


1ST YEAR GERMAN 
UOY «210 hRCB) 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


212 


MCKB 


ACCELERATED 




STAFF 


21564 


GERM 201 


1 


INTRMO READ £ CONV 


4 




7.00 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


3C9 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21574 


201 


2 


INTRMO READ £ CONV 


4 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


136 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21594 


201 


4 


INTRMO REAC t CONV 


4 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


107 


JKB 






STAFF 


21604 


201 


5 


INTRMO REAC £ CCNV 


4 




12.11 


TO 


I. 00 PM 


DAILY 


309 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21615 


201 


6 


INTRMO READ £ CONV 


4 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


309 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21625 


201 


7 


INTRMO READ £ CONV 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


A173 


JKBA 






STAFF 


21635 


201 


90 


INTRMO READ £ CONV 


4 




5.00 


TO 


6.40 PM 


M TH 


309 


MCKB 




E 


STAFF 


21584 


201H 
GERf 301 HC 


3 

ME ST 


INTRMO READ £ CONV 
UDY 1210 HRCB) 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


A049 


JKBA 


HONORS 




ROGE'lS R M 


21645 


GERM 301 


1 


INTRO TC GERM LIT 


4 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


330 


MCKB 






WATKINS A R 


21655 


301 


2 


INTRO TO GERM LIT 


4 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


330 


MCKB 






KEELE A 


21665 


301 


3 


INTRO TO GERM LIT 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


309 


MCKB 






BAKER J 


21675 


311 


1 


3RD YEAR CCNVERS 


2 




9,00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


330 


MCKB 






RcioS K L 


21685 


311 

GERt" 321 H( 


2 
ME ST 


3R0 YEAR CCNVERS 
JDY (210 HRCB) 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


309 


MCKB 


■ 




STAFF 


21695 


GERM 321 


1 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 AM 


M W F 


212 


MCKB 






SPEIDEL <t H 


21706 


321 


2 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


M W F 


266 


MSCB 






SPEIOEL H H 


21716 


321 


3 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




10. CO 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M K F 


213 


MCKB 






KEELE A 


21726 


321 


4 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


M W F 


330 


MCKB 






BAKER J C 


21736 


321 


5 


3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M W F 


343 


MARB 






KEELE A 


21746 


321 


6 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


M W F 


274 


MARB 






SMITH M F 


21756 


321 
GERC 322 HC 


90 
ME ST 


3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 
UOY (210 HRCB) 


3 




7.45 


TC 


10.15 PM 


W 


136 


MCKB 




E 


STAFF 


21766 


GERM 322 


1 


STY E INTRC LIT AN 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M ». F 


309 


MCKB 


/ 




SMITH M F 


21776 


322 


2 


STY £ INTRC LIT AN 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M H F 


309 


MCKB 






SPEIOEL M H 


21786 


326 


1 


GERM PHCN £ PRCNUN 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


T TH 


330 


MCKB 






F0LS0*1 M H 


21796 


326 


2 


GERM PHCN £ PRCNUN 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


216 


MCKB 






LUCKAU P F 


21807 


326 


90 


GERM PHCN £ PRCNUN 


2 




5.00 


TO 


7.30 PM 


TH 


213 


MCKB 




E 


LUCKAJ P F 


21817 


326L 


1 


LAB 







12.10 


TO 


I. 00 PM 


T 


348 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21827 


326L 


2 


LAB 







12.00 


TC 


1.00 PM 


TH 


348 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21837 


326L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T 


348 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21847 


326L 


4 


LAB 





.« 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


TH 


348 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21657 


326L 


5 


LAB 







3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


T 


348 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21867 


326L 


6 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


TH 


348 


MCKB 






STAFF 


21877 


377 


1 


GERMAN TCHG PRCC 


3 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


M W F 


216 


MCKB 




C 


LUCKHU P F 


21887 


377L 


1 


LAB 







4.10 


TC 


5.00 PM 


T TH 


216 


MCKB 






LUCK4U P F 


21898 


411 


1 


4TH YR CCNVERS 


2 




8. CO 


TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


212 


MCKB 






ROOS K L 


21908 


411 


2 


4TH YR CCNVERS 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


330 


MCK8 






KEELE A 


21918 


429 

440 SEC 1 - 


1 

FOR 


STRUCTURE CF GERM 
MINCBS CNLY 


3 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 AM 


M h F 


309 


MCKB 






F3LS0M ^ H 


21928 


GERM 440 
GERM 442 HC 


1 

ME ST 


SURV LIT £ CULT 
UOY 1210 FRCB) 


4 


F 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


330 


MCKB 






RPOS K L 


21938 


GERM 442 


1 


GERM LIT 18TH C 


3 


F 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


M h F 


330 


MCKB 






DAVIS G N 


21948 


443 


1 


GERM LIT 19TH C 


3 


F 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M M F 


330 


MCKB 






BAKER J a 


21958 


444 


1 


GERM LIT 20TH C 


3 


F 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M k F 


330 


MCKB 






SMITH M F 


21968 


445 


1 


CULT HIST GERMANY 


3 


F 


9.00 


TC 


9.50 AM 


M W F 


330 


MCKB 






KELLING H W 


21978 


479 


1 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 










T B A 








Ct 


LUCKAU P F 


21989 


4 79 


2 


SEC STLDENT TCHG 


V 










T 8 A 








c$ 


JARVIS K 


21999 


490 


1 


INOIV STLCY GERMAN 


V 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


W 


261 


MCKB 






RGQS K L 


22000 


495 


1 


SR SEMINAR MAJORS 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


T TH 


330 


MCKB 






ROGERS « M 


22010 


601 


1 


BIBLIC£RSPCH TECH 


1 




2.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


M 


539 


JRCL 






DAVIS 3 N 


22020 


626 


1 


GERMAN PFCNOLOGY 


2 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


3C9 


MCKB 






FOLSCM M H 


22030 


628 


1 


MIDDLE HIGH GERM 1 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


M W F 


255 


JRCL 






WATKINS A R 


22040 


650 


1 


LIT CRITICISM 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


136 


MCKB 






KELLING H H 


22050 


692R 


1 


SEM IN PHILOLOGY 


2 




2.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


TH 


539 


JRCL 






FOLSCil A H 


22061 


697R 


1 


SEM IN TCHG GERMAN 


2 




4.30 


TO 


6.30 PM 


W 


330 


MCKB 






JARVIS < 


22071 


699 


1 


MASTERS THESIS 


V 










T 8 A 










STAFC 


22081 


776 


1 


LESSING 


2 




2.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


T 


539 


JRCL 






DAVIS G N 


22091 


799 


1 


DISSERTATICN 


V 










T B A 










STAFF 


GR 


EEK 




























25502 


GREEK 101 


1 


ELEMENTARY GREEK 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


264 


MSCB 






mack;y T W 


25512 


201 


1 


INTRMC REAC £ CONV 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


115 


MCKB 






PHILLIPS RO 


25522 


322 


1 


3R0 YR GRAM £ CCMP 


3 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M k. F 


323 


MSCB 






MACKAY T W 



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INDEX 



25532 
255*2 
25552 



CATG 
OEPT NO 



GREEK *«! 
611 



GU [DED STU 



52C4C 
52050 
52 36 
52C70 
52C8C 
5209C 
52100 



52110 
52121 
52131 
52141 
52151 
52161 
52171 
52181 
52191 
52201 
52212 
52222 
52232 
52242 
52252 
52262 
52272 
52282 
52292 
52303 
52313 



GUICS 015 
015 
015 
015 
015 
015 
015 



GUICS 101 HOME STUDY (210 KPCB) 



GUI 



OS 101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 



SEC 



2 
3 
A 
5 
6 
90 
91 



COURSE 
DESCRIPTION 



SRV GREEK LIT CULT 
INCIV STUDY GREEK 
ROGS GOSP e ACTS 



DIES 

REMEDIAL 
REMEDIAL 
RE^EDIAL 
REMEDIAL 
REMEDIAL 
PEf'EniAL 
REMEDIAL 



SPELL ING 
SPELL ING 
SPELLING 
SPELL ING 
SPELLING 
SPELLING 
SPELLING 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
90 
91 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
90 
91 



EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
EFF 
! EFF 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 
COL 



92 , CCL 



STCY 

STDY 

STCY 

STCY 

STDY 

STDY 

STCY 

STCY 

STCY 

STCY 

DEV B 

DEV 

DEV 

DEV 

DEV 

DEV 

CEV 

DEV 

DEV 

DEV 

DEV 



ADJ CCL 
ACJ CCL 
ADJ CCL 
ADJ CCL 
ADJ COL 
ADJ COL 
ADJ COL 
ACJ COL 
ADJ COL 
ADJ CCL 
FADING 
EADING 
EADING 
EAOING 
FADING 
EACING 
EADING 
FADING 
EADING 
FADING 
EADING 



CR 
HR 



HEALTH SCIENCES 



HLTF 121 HCME STUDY (210 FRCBl 



25562 
25572 
ZS583 
25593 
25603 
25613 
25623 
25633 
25643 
25653 
25663 
25674 



25684 

25694 

25704 

25714 

25724 

25734 

25744 

25754 

25765 

25775 

25785 

25795 

25805 ' 

25815 i 

25825 

25635 

25845 

25856 

25866 

25876 

25886 

25896 

25906 

25916 

25926 I 

25936 

25S47 I 

25S57 

25967 

25977 

25987 

25S97 

26008 I 

26018 

26C29 

26039 



26C49 
26C59 



26069 
26079 
26089 
26C99 
26109 
26110 
26120 
26130 
26140 
2615C 



HLTH 



121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 



HLTH 



130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

130 

131H 

131H 

131H 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

90 



HLTH 130 HOME STUDY (210 FRCBl 



FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 
FIRST 



AIC 
AIC 
AIC 
AIC 
AIC 
AIC 
AIC 
AIC 
AID 
AIC 
AIC 
AID 



SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 
SAFETY 



HLTH 325 HCME ST 



HLTH 



325 
325 



HLTH 361 HdME STUDY (21C FPCO) 



HLTH 



361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 
361 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 i 

9 ; 

10 \ 

\l\ 

13 I 

14 t 

15 ' 

16 ' 

17 > 

18 I 

19 ; 

20 
21 
22 
23 
24 

25 ■ 

26 i 

27 i 
28 
29 
30 
90 
91 
92 

1 
2 
3 



1 
90 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCKAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSONAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSONAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSONAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 
PERSCNAL 



HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 
HEALTH 



JOY (210 HRC8I 



SAFETY ECUCATICN 
SAFETY EDUCATION 



SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 
SCH HLTH 



ELEM 
EL EM 
ELEM 
ELEM 
ELEM 
ELEM 
ELEM 
ELEM 
ELEM 
ELEM 



TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 
TCHR 



G B 
E L 
F K 



- S 



CLASS-PERIOD 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
9.00 TO 9.50 AM 



1.10 TC 
2.10 TO 

12.10 TO 
1. 10 TO 
2.10 TO 

, 5.00 TO 
5.00 TO 



8.00 TO 

9.00 TC 

10. CC TO 

10. CO TO 

12.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

5. CO TO 

5. CO TO 

8.00 TO 

9.00 TO 

9.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

5.20 TO 



8.00 TO 

10.00 TO 

11.10 TO 

12.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TC 

1.10 TC 

2.1C TO 

2.10 TC 

3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

6.00 TO 



8. CO TO 

8.00 TO 

8.C0 TC 

8. CO TO 

9.00 TO 

9.00 TO 

9.00 TO 

9.00 TC 

10. 00 TO 

10. CO TO 

11.10 TD 

11.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

2.1C TO 

3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

6. CO TO 

6.00 TO 

7.45 TO 

8. CO TO 

9.00 TO 

11.10 TO 



12.10 TC 
6. CO TO 



2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
6.40 PM 
6.40 PM 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



AM 
AM 
AM 



8.50 
9.50 
10.50 

10.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

30 PM 

30 PM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

9,50 AM 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

7.00 PM 



M h F 
T 8 A 
M W F 



DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

W TH 

W TH 



M k( F 
DAILY 
M W F 
W 

M 
k 
W 
H 



M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

TH 

M TH 



TH 

M 

TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
MThTH 
T TH 
M k 
M M 
T TH 



8.50 AM i M 
10.50 AM i M 



12.00 N 
1.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
7.30 PM 



8.50 

B.50 

8.50 

8.50 

9.50 

9.50 

9.50 

9.50 

10.50 

10.50 

12.00 

12.00 

12.00 

12.00 

1.00 



1.00 



,00 
,00 
,0C 
,00 
,00 
,00 
,00 
,00 
,00 
,00 



4.00 



,00 
,30 
,30 
,25 
,50 
,50 



12.00 



AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

N 

N 

N 

N 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

AM 

AM 

N 



M 

M 

TH 

M 

TH 

V> 

TH 

TH 

W 
TH 



1.00 PM 
7.30 PM 



8. CO TO 

9. CO TC 

11.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

8.00 TO 

9. CO TO 

11 
1 



8.50 AM 

9. 50 AM 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

9,50 AM 

10 TO 12,00 N 

10 TO 2.00 PM 



T TH 

W 



DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 



k 

M 

TH 

TH 

k 

W 

TH 

TH 

M 

H 

M 

H 

TH 

TH 

M 

M 

TH 

TH 

U 

M 

TH 

TH 

M 

M 

TH 

TH 

H 

W 

TH 

TH 



ROOM — BLOG 



1223 SFLC 
488 JRCL 



231 
' 346 
I 231 
1231 
i 346 
103 
103 



; 162 
; 212 

162 

1223 

162 

162 

214 

162 

107 

149 

162 

162 

162 

1245 

162 

162 

162 

162 

i 162 

i 162 

162 



235 
235 
235 
231 
231 
235 
235 
231 
235 
235 
235 
235 



271 
267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 

' 267 
271 
267 
271 
267 
271 

\ 267 

; 271 

267 

'■ 271 

267 

271 

267 

271 

271 

I 271 

i 235 

I 235 

204 



206 
206 



1 206 

\ 206 

I 206 

i 206 

206 

206 

206 

206 

206 

206 



MARB 
MARB 
MARB 
MARB 
MARB 
STIH 
STIH 



BRMB 

MCKB 

BRMB 

SFLC 

BRMB 

BRMB 

SFLC 

BRMB 

JKB 

JKB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

SFLC 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 

BRMB 



R8 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 



R8 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
R8 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 



RB 
RB 



RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 



SPECIAL 

ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



jGEN COLL ONLY 



iGEN COLL ONLY 



HONORS 
HONORS 
HONORS 



ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 



NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 



STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDEfJT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 



TEACHER 



PHILLIPS RO 
STAFF 
PHILLIPS RO 



HERLIN 

HERLIN 

HERLIN 

HERLIN 

HERLIN 

STAFF 

STAFF 



STAFF 
STAFF 
t STAFF 
I STAFF 
I STAFF 
i STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 



STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

KARREN 

STAFF 

STAFF 

KARREN 

STAFF 

PETERSEN RA 



K J 



K J 



HAFEN B Q 
ROBISON C F 
PETERSEN RA 
HIRSHCI M M 
HURLEY R 
RQ8ISCN C F 
MONCUR C 
KARREN K J 
RHODES R L 
TUCKETT G C 
HURLEY R 
TUCKETT G C 
HEINER S M 
HIRSCHI M M 
KARREN K J 
JAMES S M 
HURLEY ft 
HIRSHCI M M 
KARREN K J 
BURGENER OR 
HURLEY R 
ROLLINS L H 
i PETERSEN RA 
I THYGRSCN AL 
' STAFF 

(PETERSEN RA 
i PETERSEN RA 
[THYGRSON AL 
STAFF 
KARREN 
KARREN 
HURLEY 
STAFF 
! HEINER 
i MCNCUR 



iTHYGRSON AL 



fTHVGRSCN AL 
iTHYGRSON AL 



I 

i MCNCUR C 
jRQLLINS L M 
! R03I SCN C L 
: RHODES R L 
i MCNCUR C 
I RHODES R L 
j MONCUR C 

ROLLINS L M 
1 RHODES R L 

RHODES R L 



58 







CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


C- B 

I L 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT 


NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 








TAUGHT 


ROOM 


—BLOC 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


26160 


HLTH 


361 


11 


SCH HLTH ELEM TCHR 


2 


S 


3.10 TC 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


206 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUOEiJT 


RHCOES <K L 


26170 




361 


90 


SCH HLTH ELEM TCHR 


2 




4.10 TO 


6.00 


PM 


M 


206 


RB 




E 


ROLLINS L H 




HLTH 


362 HCME STUDY (210 l-RCB) 
























26180 


HLTH 


362 


1 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUOEN 


is 


BUHGENER OR 


26190 




362 


2 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




9.00 TO 


9.50 


AH 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUDENtrS 


WATT6RS <«AY 


26201 




362 


3 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUDENJTS 


PETERSEN R4 


26211 




362 


4 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUOENiTS 


HAFEN 9 i 


26221 




362 


5 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




3.10 TO 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUOENiTS 
SECONDARY STUDENTS 


HUKLEY 3 « 


26231 




362 


6 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




8.00 TO 


8.50 


AH 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


HEINER S W 


26241 




362 


7 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 


S 


9.00 TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUUENlTS 
SECONDARY STUOEnItS 


BU^GENER 1R 


26251 




362 


8 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 


S 


11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


DAILY 


221 


RB 


PET£i?SEN RA 


26261 




362 


9 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 


S 


l.IO TO 


2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


231 


R8 


SECONDARY STUDENTS 


HAFEN H S 


26271 




362 


10 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 


S 


3,10 TO 


4.00 


PH 


DAILY 


231 


RB 


SECONDARY STUDEN 


TS 


HURLEY « 


26281 




362 


11 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 


S 


2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


206 


RB 


SECONDARY STUOEN 


TS 


BURGENEK on 


26291 




362 


90 


SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 


2 




6. CO TO 


7.30 


PM 


w 


231 


RB 




E 


HFINER S W 


26332 




377 


1 


SEC TEACK METHODS 


3 




9. CO TO 


9.50 


AM 


H W F 


2C3 


RB 


MAJORS UNLY 




SHAW 


26312 




381 


1 


SEC HLTH EO CURRIC 


3 




11.10 TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


235 


RB 






WATT6RS RAY 


26322 




381 


2 


SEC HLTH EO CURRIC 


3 




1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


235 


RB 






ROLLINS L M 


26332 




421 


1 


TChG PRCC HLTH EO 


2 




9. CO TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


235 


RB 






HEHER S W 


26342 




421 


2 


TChG PROC HLTH EO 


2 




2.10 TC 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


231 


RB 






HEINER S W 


26352 


HLTH 


443 
444 H( 


1 

ME ST 


METh TCHG ORIV ED 
UDY (210 KRCBI 


2 




8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


235 


RB 






THYGRSON At 


2636 2 


HLTH 
HLTH 


444 
451 HC 


1 
ME ST 


ORG ADf CRIVER EO 
JOY (210 HRCB) 


2 




9. CO TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


203 


RB 






JA^ES S W 


26372 


HLTH 
HLTH 


451 
460 HC 


1 
ME ST 


SCH HLTH CCMTY REL 
UOY (210 HRCBI 


2 




10.00 TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W 


206 


RB 






BURGENER OR 


26382 


HLTH 


460 


1 


DRUG USE £ ABUSE 


2 




12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


235 


RB 






BURGENER OR 


26393 




460 


2 


DRUG USE £ ABUSE 


2 




2.10 TO 


3.00 


PH 


T TH 


235 


RB 






HAFSN 9 Q 


26403 




460 


90 


CRLG USE £ ABUSE 


2 




6. CO TO 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


235 


RB 




E 


BURGENER on 


26413 




465 


90 


HLTH £ SELF DESTR 


2 




4.10 TO 


6.00 


PM 


M 


271 


RB 




E 


HAFEN 9 Q 


26423 




466 


90 


HLTH £ SELF DESTR 


1 










T B A 








E 


HAFEN B Q 


26433 




479 


1 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 


F 








TEA 






MAJORS ONLY 


C» 


HEINER S il 


26443 




479 


2 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 


S 








T 8 A 






MAJORS ONLY 


C» 


HEINEH S M 


26453 




530 


I 


FIRST AIC INSTRUCT 


2 




10. CO TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W 


231 


RB 






ROLLINS L H 


26 463 




561 


1 


HEALTH OF BODY SYS 


3 




12.10 TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W F 


206 


RB 






MGNCUR C 


26473 




561 


90 


HEALTH CF BODY SYS 


3 




6. CO TO 


8.30 


PM 


TH 


20 6 


RB 




E 


MCNCUR C 


26484 




62 5 


1 


PROB £ RES SAFETY 


2 




9.00 TO 


9.50 


AM 


M W 


235 


RB 






THYGRSCN »L 


26494 




660 


90 


BODY RESF FTH-DIS 


2 




4.10 TO 


6.00 


PH 


H 


235 


RB 




E 


RHODES R L 


26504 




692 


1 


RES METH HLTH ED 


3 




11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


203 


RB 






SHAW 


26514 




694 


I 


SEM IN READINGS 


2 




11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


203 


RB 






HAFEN ij C 


26524 




698 


1 


FIELD PRCJECT 


V 










T 8 A 










WATTERS RAY 


26534 




699 


1 


MASTERS THESIS 


V 










T B A 










WATTERS RAY 


HE] 


3REW 




























2(544 


HEB 


101 


1 


1ST YR HEBREW 


4 




S.OO TO 


9.50 


AM 


DAILY 


385 


HGB 






TABOS G 


26554 




102 


1 


1ST YR HEBREW 


4 




2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2310 


SFLC 






TABOR S 


26564 




201 


1 


2N0 YEAR FEBREh 


4 




4.10 TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


248 


MARB 


/ 




TAaOR G 


26575 




301 


1 


SELECTED READINGS 


4 




3.10 TC 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


1245 


SFLC 






ADAMS W J 


26585 




441 


1 


CLASSICAL HEBREW 


4 




4.10 TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


A067 


JKBA 






MESETVY K H 


26595 




681 


1 


HEBREW CLD TEST 


3 




1.10 ID 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


143 


JRCL 






RASHusEN er 


HIS 


TORY 




























2662 5 


HIST 
HIST 


100 
110 Ht 


1 
ME ST 


STUDY OF HISTORY 
UDY (210 FRCB) 


2 




12.10 TC 


1.00 


PH 


T 


230 


ESC 


MAJORS ONLY 




TOBLE'^ F 


26635 


HIST 


110 


1 


WORLD CIVILIZ 1 


3 


s 


7.00 TO 


7.50 


AM 


M h F 


267 


HGB 






OSWALD R 


26645 




110 


2 


WORLD CIVILIZ 1 


3 


$ 


1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


H W F 


267 


HGB 






HONT-JMRY OC 


26655 


HIST 


110 
111 HC 


90 
ME ST 


WORLD CIVILIZ 1 
UDY (210 FRCB) 


3 


J 


4.30 TO 


7.00 


PM 


M 


115 


MCK.B 




E 


OSWALD !} R 


26666 


HIST 


111 


1 


WORLD CIVILIZ 2 


3 




7.00 TO 


7.50 


AM 


H W F 


81 


JK8 






HOLMES B R 


26676 




111 


2 


WORLD CIVILIZ 2 


3 




1.10 TO 


2.00 


PH 


H W F 


1103 


SFLC 






OSWALD R 


26666 


HIST 


111 
120 HC 


90 
ME ST 


WORLD CIVILIZ 2 
UDY (120 hRCBI 


3 




4.30 TO 


7.00 


PH 


H 


A159 


JKBA 




E 


THCRP M R 


26696 


HIST 


120 


1 


U S TO 1865 


3 


c 


9.00 TC 


9.50 


AH 


H W F 


1205 


SFLC 






BACK>«AN f V 


26706 




120 


2 


U S TO 1865 


3 


« 


3.10 TO 


4.00 


PH 


M W F 


2M 


MCKB 






wroo J S 


26716 


HtST 


120 
121 HC 


90 
ME ST 


U S TO 1865 
UDY (210 FRCB) 


3 


5 


5.00 TC 


7.30 


PH 


W 


115 


MCKB 




E 


HILL 1 S 


26726 


HIST 


121 


1 


t> S SINCE 1865 


3 


J 


7.00 TC 


7.50 


AM 


M W F 


261 


HCKB 






FOX FRANK 


26736 


HIST 


121 

170 HC 


90 
HE ST 


U S SINCE 1865 
JOY (210 FRCB) 


3 


J 


5.00 TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


214 


MCKB 




E 


STEi^ARf H 


26746 


HIST 


170 


1 


yiMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


J 


11.10 TC 


12.00 


N 


M W F 


AUO 


JSB 






ALLEN J « 


26757 




170 


2 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


5 


1.10 TO 


2.00 


PM 


M W F 


AUU 


JS8 






ALLEN J 3 


26767 




170 


3 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


S 


2.10 TO 


3.00 


PM 


H W F 


AUO 


JSB 






ALLEN J 9 


26777 




170 


4 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


S F 


4.10 TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


230 


ESC 






ALLEN J 9 


26787 




170 


5 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


S S 


4.10 TO 


5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


230 


ESC 






ALLEN J 9 


26797 




170 


6 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


S 


8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


385 


HGB 


GEN CCLL ONLY 




GOWANS F R 


268C7 




170 


7 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


; 


9.00 TC 


9.50 


AH 


M W F 


AC09 


JKBA 


GfN COLL ONLY 




GOWANS F R 


26817 




170 


8 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


< 


10.00 TO 


10.50 


AH 


M V. F 


120 


MSC8 


GEN COLL ONLY 




FOX H 


2682 7 




170 


9 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


5 


11.10 TO 


12.00 


N 


M h F 


1121 


SFLC 


GEN COLL ONLY 




FOX '4 


26837 




170 


10 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


5 


3.10 TO 


4.00 


PM 


H W F 


2237 


SFLC 


GEN COLL ONLY 




FOX '4 


26848 




170 


90 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


J 


7.45 TC 


10.15 


PH 


TH 


445 


HARB 




E 


ALLEN J 9 


26858 




170 


91 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


S S 


5.00 TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


257 


HGB 




E 


ST»FF 


26868 




170 


92 


AMERICAN HERITAGE 


3 


c 


5.45 TO 


7.00 


PH 


H TH 


A049 


JKBA 




E 


FOX 4 


26878 




270 


I 


ISSUES IN AM HtST 


3 




8.00 TO 


8.50 


AM 


M W F 


A071 


JKBA 


MAJORS ONLY 




ALEXMOER T5 


26888 
^DFr 111 


APPB 


270 

nu Al 13 


2 

COIIID 


ISSUES IN AM HIST 
= n ncFnoc ri acc rAon 


3 

C UA 


1/ DC 


9.00 TC 

"DTAflklcr . 


9.50 


AM 


H W F 


A071 


JKBA 


MAJORS ONLY 




CAMPHELL EE 



A-TEACHER, B-DEPARTMENT CHAIRMAN, C-TEACHEB CERT IF ICAT ICN OFFICE, 

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59 



INDEX 



26e<9e 

Z6S08 
26918 
26928 
26939 



26949 
26959 



26S69 
26979 



26969 



26999 



27000 



27011 
27021 
27031 



27041 
27051 



27061 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



HIST 270 
270 
2 70 
2 70 
300 



SEC 



5 

90 

1 



COURSE 
OESCPIPTICN 



ISSUES ir AM HIST 
ISSUES IN AM HIST 
ISSUES IN AM HIST 
ISSUES IK AM HIST 
ANCT NR-EAST HIST 



HIST 304 HdME StboY (21C hRCB) 



HIST 304 
310 



HIST 311 HOME STUDY (210 KBCB) 



HIST 312 
322 



HIST 323 



1 j GREEK (-1ST £ CIVIL 
1 , EARLY fICCLE AGES 



HIST 323 HOME ST JOY (210 HRCBI 



90 



RENAISSANCE 
19TH CENT EUROPE 



EUROPE 20TH CENT 



HIST 326 HOME StIjDY (210 HRCBI 

I I 
HIST 327 HdME STboY (210 hPCBl 



HIST 330 



HIST 331 HdME STLlUY (210 hPCB) 



HIST 331 



HIST 332 HdME ST 



HIST 333 
333 
334 



TSARIST RLSSIA 



90 USSR £ E/iST EUROPE 



JOY (210 KRCB) 



HIST 333 HQME ST)J0Y (210 hRCBI 



1 

90 

1 



HIST 335 HOME STUDY (210 HRCB) 



MODERN GERMANY 
MODERN GERMANY 
SPAIN 



HIST 335 
338 



1 ! ENGLAND 

1 MIDDLE EAST 1 



! 



HIST 340 HOME STUDY (210 HRCO) 

HIST 340 I 1 i PREfCOEBN ASIA 

HIST 341 HOjME STJDY (210 hRCB) 



27071 
27081 



27C91 
27102 



27112 
27122 
i7132 
27142 



HIST 342 
343 



HIST 344 HEME STJDY (21C ERCB) 



HIST 345 
351 



HIST 360 
360 
362 
364 



KOREA 

FORM PER OF CHINA 



HIST 360 HOME STUDY (210 FRCB) 



1 

90 

1 

1 



! 



HIST 365 HOME STUDY (210 FBCB) 



FORM PER CF JAPAN 
HIST LATIN AMER 1 



AMERICAN FRCNTIER 
AMERICAN FRONTIER 
AM HESThABq KOVEMT 
INDIANS IN AM HIST 



HIST 366 HCjME STUDY (210 FPCB) 



27152 


HIST 366 


1 


UTAH 


27162 


366 


2 


UTAH 


27172 


366 


90 


UTAH 


27182 


370 


1 


COLONIAL AMERICA 


27192 


377 


1 


CIVIL HAR t RECONS 


27203 


378 


1 


EMERGENCE MGC AMER 


27213 


378 


90 


EMERGENCE MCD AMER 


27223 


379 


90 


CCNTEMF L S HIST 


27233 


381 


1 


U S INTELL t sec H 



27243 



27253 
27263 
27273 
27283 



27294 
27304 
27314 
27324 
27334 
27344 



HIST 384 HOME STUDY (21C FRCBI 
HIST 386 1 HIST CF SCUTH 
HIST 390 HOME STUDY (210 FRCBI 



HIST 390 
436 
439 
440 



HIST 453 HOME STUDY (210 FRCB) 



HIST 459 ! 1 

481 I 1 

488 : 1 

488 I 2 

488 ! 3 

488 j 90 

HISTORY 490 SEC 1 



AM CCNST TC 1865 
TUDOR (. STUART ENG 
RUSS EXPANC ASIA 
COMMUNIST CHINA 



INTER AM RELATIONS 

HIST OF SCIENCE 1 

HISTQRICGBAPHY 

HISTORICGRAPHY 

HISTORIOGRAPHY 

HISTORICGRAPHY 



HISTORY 49Cj SEC ^- LTAH t MORMCN 

HISTORY 490| SEC jj- MODERN EUROPE 

HISTORY 490! SEC j^-LATIN AMERICA 

HISTORY 49']( SEC 6- ENGLISH 

HISTORY 490| SEC I90-LTAH £ MCRMCN 



27354 
27364 



HIST 490 
490 



1 HISTORICAL RSRCH 

2 HISTORICAL RSRCH 



c e 

E L 

P K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



10.00 TC 10.50 AM 
12.10 TO 1.00 PM 



3.10 TO 

5.00 TC 

12.10 TC 



4.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
1.00 PM 



II .10 TO 12.00 N 
3.10 TO 4.00 PM 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



M W F 
M W F 
M H F 
TH 
T TH 



ROOM — BLOG 



267 
H071 
4071 
M59 
3241 



MSCB 
JK6A 
JKBA 
JKBA 
SFLC 



M H F 1219 SFLC 
M W F 385 HGB 



SPECIAL 

ENROLLMENT 



MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 



9. CO TO 9.50 AM M h F 1 25 JKB 
2.10 TO 3.00 PM iT TH !116 JKB 



Th 



7.45 TO 10.15 PM 



2.10 TO 3.00 PM 



5. CO TO 7.30 PM 



8.00 TO 8.50 AM I M W F 
5.00 TO 7.30 PM 1 W 
8.00 TO 8.50 AM : M H F 



11.10 TO 12.00 N M M F 
12.10 TO 1.00 PM M W F 



8.00 TC 8.50 AM ; M H F 



10.00 TO 10.50 AM I M H F 
2.10 TO 3.00 PM i M W F 



12.10 TO 1.00 PM i M N F 
10.00 TO 10.50 AM M H F 



136 MCKB 



M W F 253 MARB 



185 HGB 



8. CO TO 8.50 AM 

5.10 TO 6.50 PM 

9.00 TC 9.50 AM 

11.10 TO 12.00 N 



T TH 
W 

T TH 
T TH 



275 
125 
373 



11 

185 



2260 



; 324 
i 324 



j 324 
I 120 



i 115 

A087 

I 366 

247 



MARB 

JKB 

MARB 



JKB 
HGB 



SFLC 



MARB 
MARB 



MARB 
B30 



JKB 
JKBA 
MARB 
MARB 



9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


261 


MCKB 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M 


M 




115 


JKB 


7.45 


TO 


9.25 


PM 


W 






363 


MARB 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


M 


F 


209 


MCKB 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


VI 


F 


. 385 


HGB 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


H 


F 


C130 


HFAC 


5.00 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


TH 




166 


HGB 


4.30 


TO 


7.00 


PM 


M 






121 


MSCB 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


M 


F 


: 104 


MSCB 


12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M 


M 


F 


j 267 


HGB 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


\i 


F 


323 


i 
MARB 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M 


M 


F 


2320A 


SFLC 


3.10 


TO 


4,00 


PH 


M 


M 


F 


253 


MARB 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M 


W 


F 


374 


MARB 



1.10 TO 2.00 PM 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 



B.OO TO 
3.10 TO 



8.50 AM 
4.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
5.00 TO 7.30 PM 



M W 
M M 



■ 252 

; 390 

361 

i 245 

361 

328 



MARB 

ESC 

MARB 

ESC 

MARB 

MCKB 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



^:tv 



MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 



3 


8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH S 


488 


JRCL 


3 


9.00 TC 


9.50 AM 


T TH S 


488 


JRCL 



TEACHER 



CHANOLER DL 
HILL M S 
STEWART D H 
CHANDLER OL 
MESERVY K H 



SHENSEN R B 
KLUMKER G L 



JENSEN L 
HOLMES B R 



CAROON L B 



HOLMES B R 



MABEY M P 



TOBLER F 
TOBLER D F 
AOOY G M 



THORP f* R 
MONTGMRY DC 



BRITSCH R L 



PALMER S J 
WILLIAMS GC 



BRITSCH R L 
AOOY G M 



WARNER T J 

WARNER T J 

WARNER T J 

WARNER T J 



CAMPBELL EE 
WOOD J S 
CAMPBELL EE 
FOX FRANK 
FOX FRANK 
ALEXNOER fO 
ALEXNDER TG 
MARLOW H C 
HILL M S 



WOOD J S 



STEWART M 
THORP M R 
MCNTGMRY OC 
EOMUNOS C 



! CHANDLER OL 
iNIELSEN F K 
: PUROY V C 
, SWENSEN R 8 
PUROY V C 
PUROY V C 



ALLE-*! J B 
LARSON G 



60 





CATG 




COLRSE 


CR 


C B 
€ L 


CLASS-PERIOD 




DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 






TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


2737* 


HIST *90 




HISTORICAL RSRCH 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


T TH S 


*88 


JRCL 






CAROON L 8 


27385 


*90 




HISTORICAL RSRCH 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 


PM 


. T TH S 


539 


JRCL 






CHANOLE^ OL 


2739 5 


*90 




HISTORICAL RSRCH 


3 




2.10 TC 3.00 


PM 


T TH S 


*88 


JRCL 






THORP M R 


27*05 


*90 


90 


HISTORICAL RSRCH 


3 




*.30 TO 7.00 


PM 


M 


*88 


JRCL 




E 


LARSCN G 


27*15 


*97 




HONCRS READINGS 


V 








T B A 










STAFF 


27«5 


*98 




OIRECTEC READINGS 


V 








TEA 










STUFF 


27*3 5 


607 




GREEK £ RCHAN HIST 


2 




2.10 TO 3. CO 


PM 


T TH 


3C7 


MSCB 






SWENSEN R R 


27*45 


62 5 




EUR DIP hIST 1815 


2 




I.IO TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH 


323 


MSCB 






CAROON L 8 


27*55 


628 




EUROPE CLL TO 1800 


3 




9. CO TC 9.50 


AM 


T TH 


1*3 


JRCL 






JENSEN L 


27*6 5 


6*8 




CULTURE OF ASIA 


2 




U.IO TC 12.00 


N 


T TH 


323 


MSCB 






BRITSCH L R 


27*76 


666 




PROS UTAH HIST 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 


AM 


T TH 


A080 


JK8A 






CAMPBELL EE 


27*86 


675 




PROB EARLY AH REPL 


3 




3.10 TO *.00 


PM 


T TH 


307 


MSCB 






HILL M S 


27*96 


678 




PROB Ef'EPG fCD AM 


3 




2.10 TC 5. CO 


PM 


T 


A080 


JKBA 






ALEXNOER TG 


27506 


689 




SEC US HIS AF 1865 


3 




1.10 TO 2. CO 


PM 


T TH 


1*3 


JRCL 






STEWART M 


27516 


691 




SEM LATI^-AP HIST 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


T TH 


1*3 


JRCL 






ACOY G >i 


27526 


69* 




SEM EUROPE AF 1800 


3 




8.00 TO 8.50 


AM 


T TH 


1*3 


JRCL 






TOBLER F 


27536 


698 




SPECIAL READINGS 


V 








T B A 










STXFF 


275*6 


699 




MASTERS THESIS 


V 








T B A 










STAFF 


27556 


798 




SPECIAL READINGS 


V 








T B A 










STAFF 


27567 

HO 


799 

VIE EC 

HM EC 101 


ON 

OME S 


DISSERTATICN 

OMICS EDI 

TUOY (210 HRCB) 


V 

JC 


AT 


ION 




T B A 










STAFF 


27617 


HM EC 101 


1 


CONCEPTS HM EC ED 


1 


F 


9.00 TO 9.50 


AM 


T TH 


2201 


SFLC 






HANSEN 4 C 


27627 


101 


2 


CCNCEPTS FM EC ED 


1 


F 


11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


r TH 


2201 


SFLC 






HANSEN 4 C 


27637 


101 


3 


CCNCEPIS HM EC EO 


1 


S 


9.00 TO 9.50 


AM 


T TH 


2 201 


SFLC 






STONE K S 


276*7 


101 
ANYCNE WHO 
2 OF HOME ( 
375 MUST Al 
OF HOME ECC 
ANYCNE WHO 
HOME ECONO^ 
tlUST ALSO T 
HOME ECONOri 


* 
SIGNS 
CONOM 
SO TA 
NOMIC 
TAKES 
ICS E 
AKE S 
ICS E 


CONCEPTS HM EC ED 
UP FCR SECTION 

ICS ECUCATICN 

KE SECTICN 2 

S EDUCATICN 377. 
SECTICN 3 CF 

OUCATICN 375 

ECTICN 3 CF 

DUCATION 277. 


1 


S 


11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


T TH 


2201 


SFLC 






STONE K S 


27658 


HM EC 375 


2 


CURR DEV hM EC EO 


2 




8. CO TO 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


221* 


SFLC 






ELLSWORTH C 


2166 8 


375 


3 


CURR DEV H^' EC EO 


2 




10.00 TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


221* 


SFLC 






ELLSWORTH C 


27678 


377 


1 


SEC TCHG PROCEDURE 


3 


F 


1.10 TC 2. CO 


PM 


DAILY 


2237 


SFLC 






HANSEN! A C 












F 


2.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


T 


2237 


SFLC 






HANSEN A C 


27688 


3 77 


2 


SEC TCHG PROCEDURE 


3 




9.00 TO 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


221* 


SFLC 






BR4SHER R E 


27698 


377 


3 


SEC TCHG FRQCeOURE 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


M W F 


221* 


SFLC 






STONE K S 


27708 


*79 


1 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 


F 






T B A 








C» 


POULSCN V q 


27718 


*79 


2 


SEC STUDENT TCHG 


V 


S 






T 8 A 








Ct 


HANSEN A C 


2772 8 


*89 


1 


VOCATICNL HM EC EO 


2 


s 


12.10 TO 1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2237 


SFLC 






POULSON V B 


27738 


650 


1 


ORG £ ADC HM EC ED 


3 




5.00 TO 7.30 


PM 


TH 


2237 


SFLC 






YOJNG RUTH 


277*9 


650 


90 


ORG t AOP HM EC ED 


3 




5. CO TO 7.30 


PM 


TH 


2237 


SFLC 




E 


YOUNG RUTH 


HO 


VORS 


PR 


OGRAM 






















19659 


HONRS 110 


1 


REASONING t CCMP 


5 




8.00 TC 8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


32*1 


SFLC 


HONORS 




NIELSEN L R 


19669 


110 


2 


REASCMNG £ COMP 


5 




8.00 TO 8.50 


AM 


DAILY 


**8 


JRCL 


HONORS 




WILSON W A 


19679 


110 


3 


REASCMNG t CCMP 


5 




3.10 TO *.00 


PM 


DAILY 


F232 


HFAC 


HONORS 




TATE C 1) 


19689 


110 


* 


REASCMNG £ CUMP 


5 




3.10 TO *.00 


PM 


DAILY 


F2** 


HFAC 


HONORS 




WILSON W A 


19699 


110 


5 


REASCNING £ COMP 


5 




3.10 TO *.00 


PM 


DAILY 


2308 


SFLC 


HONORS 




HAYES 


19709 


110 


6 


REASCNING £ COMP 


5 




1.10 TO 2.00 


PM 


DAILY 


7 


JKB 


HONORS 




ELLSWRTH RG 


19719 


110 


7 


REASCNING £ COMP 


5 




3.10 TO *.00 


PM 


DAILY 


32*6 


SFLC 


HONORS 




BEST L G 


19729 


110 


8 


REASCMNG £ CCMP 


5 




12.10 TO 1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


B228 


HFAC 


HONORS 




MCKELLAR G 


19730 


201R 


1 


LANGUAGE 


V 




2.10 TC 3.00 


PM 


M W F 


368 


MARB 


HONORS 




LYTLE E G 


197*C 


20 IR 


2 


LANGUAGE 


V 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


M W 


307 


MSCB 


HONORS 




BRCWM 8 L 














11.10 TO 1.00 


PM 


F 


3C7 


MSCB 


HONORS 




BROW'I 3 L 


19750 


202R 


1 


LITERATURE 


V 




10.00 TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


A0*3 


JKBA 


HONORS 




KELLING H W 


19760 


20 2R 


2 


LITERATURE 


V 




9. CO TO 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


1317 


SFLC 


HONORS 




MOCN H K 


19770 


202R 


3 


LITERATURE 


V 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


M W F 


A0*3 


JKBA 


HONORS 




CRAIG M R 


19780 


202R 


* 


LITERATURE 


V 




11.10 TC 1.00 


PM 


T TH 


A159 


JKBA 


HONORS 




KING A H 


19790 


203R 


1 


THE ARTS 


V 




10.00 TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


E530 


HFAC 


HONORS 




HALLI04Y JR 


19 800 


203R 


2 


THE ARTS 


V 




8.00 TO 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


B5*l 


HFAC 


HONORS 




BREINHLT FE 


19810 


203R 


3 


THE ARTS 


V 




1.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A153 


JKflA 


HONORS 




BRITSCH T A 


19821 


20 *R 


1 


PHILOSOPHY 


V 




10.00 TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


**8 


JRCL 


HONORS 




LAMBERT L G 


19831 


20*R 


2 


PHILOSOPHY 


V 




12.31 TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH 


225 


JSB 


HONORS 




REYNOLOS MB 


198*1 


20*R 


3 


PHILOSOPHY 


V 




2.10 TC *.00 


PM 


T TH 


A067 


JKBA 


HONORS 




SORENSOM AO 


19851 


20*R 


* 


PHILOSOPHY 


V 




3.10 TO 5.00 


PM 


T TH 


323 


MSCB 


HONORS 




ROGERS T F 


19861 


206R 


1 


HISTORY 


V 




8.00 TO 8.50 


AM 


T TH S 


255 


JRCL 


HONORS 




TOBLER F 


19871 


206R 


2 


HISTORY 


V 




9.00 TO 9.50 


AM 


T TH S 


255 


JRCL 


HONORS 




JENSeM L 


19881 


206R 


3 


HISTORY 


V 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


T TH S 


255 


JRCL 


HONORS 




ACOY G M 


19891 


206R 


* 


HISTORY 


V 




11.10 TC 12.00 


N 


T TH S 


380 


ESC 


HONORS 




NIELSEN F K 


19901 


206R 


5 


HISTORY 


V 




1.10 TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH S 


255 


JRCL 


HONORS 




STEWART C M 


19912 


207R 


1 


BEHAVICR £ SOCIETY 


V 




8.00 TO 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


5 39 


JRCL 


HONORS 




CONOIE S J 


19922 


207R 


2 


BEHAVIOR £ SOCIETY 


V 




2.10 TC *;00 


PM 


W F 


F21* 


HFAC 


HONORS 




WARNER C T 


19932 


207R 


3 


BEHAVIOR C SOCIETY 


V 




I. 10 TO 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


260 


BRMB 


HONORS 




BAUGHM4N 1 


199*2 


208R 


1 


STATE £ ECONCMY 


V 




9.00 TO 9.50 


AM 


M W F 


136 


JKB 


HONORS 




WIMMFR L T 


19952 


208R 


2 


STATE £ ECCNOMY 


V 




10.00 TC 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


136 


JKB 


HONORS 




POPE CL4YNE 


19962 


208R 


3 


STATE £ ECCNOMY 


V 




1.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


120 


MSCB 


HONORS 




HILLA-i R C 


19972 


208R 


* 


STATE £ ECCNCMY 


V 




1.10 TO 2.00 


PM 


M W F 


185 


HGB 


HONORS 




LAYTCN R L 


19982 


211R 


1 


MATH £ APPLICATNS 


V 




12.10 TC 1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


280 


ESC 


HONORS 




DUDLEY J 


19992 


211R 


2 


MATH £ APPLICATNS 


V 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


M W F 


271 


MSCB 


HONORS 




YEiROUT P H 


20006 
20016 


212R 


1 


THE PHYSICAL WORLD 


V 




10.00 TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


280 


ESC 


HONORS 




DIB3Le W E 


212R 


2 


THE PHYSICAL WORLD 


V 




11.10 TC 12.00 


H 


M W F 


255 


ESC 


HONORS 




BISSELL H J 


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61 



INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



CCLBSE 
OESCfilPTION 



CR 
HR 



C B 
E L 
F K 



CtjASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



2CC26 
20036 
20046 
20056 
20066 
20076 
20087 



213RL SEC h 

360 hIDB 

213RL SEC 2 

380 WIOB - 

213RL SEC 3 

380 Ml OB 

213RL SEC ti 

484 hlOB - 

HCNRS 213R 
213R 
213R 
402R 
402R 
402R 
402R 



FROM 



3-5 MW 



SMITH H C 



FROM 



12-2 W IN 



NYBEpc P 

FROMi 1-3 TH IN 

NYBEhG P 



FROM 2-4 T IN 
iHARRI 5CN B F 

1 BICLCGY 

2 BICLCGY 

3 BIOLOGY 

1 SPEC STUDY SAT SCI 

2 SPEC STUDY NAT SCI 

3 SPEC STUCY NAT SCI 

4 SPEC STUDY NAT SCI 



HOHTICULT 



HORT 102 HC91E STUDY (210 FRCB) 



27759 
27769 
27779 
27789 
27799 
27809 
27819 
27829 
27830 
27840 
27850 
27860 
27870 
27880 
2789C 



102 

102L 

103 

112 

112 

207 

207L 

319 

351 

351L 

4 71 

475 

475L 

491R 

495R 



1 
1 
1 
1 
90 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
l' 



Ure 



PLANT PPCPAGATION 

LAB 

HO^E LANCSCAPE 

FLCRAL DESIGN 

FLORAL DESIGN 

FLCRICULTUPE 

LAB 

TURF MANAGEMENT 

FRUIT PRCC I 

LAB 

PEST CCNTROL 

MAIN PARKS REC AR 

LAB 

SEMINAR 

SPEC PRCe IN HCRT 



HUMANITIES 



HUM 101 H0»^ STUDY (210 HPCB) 



2827S 
28286 
28296 
28306 
28316 
28326 
28336 
28346 
28356 
28366 
28371 
28387 
2839 7 
28407 
28417 
2842 7 
28437 
28447 
28457 
28468 
28476 
28488 
28498 



HUM 



101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
201 
201 
201 
202 
202 
202 
498 



1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

90 

1 

2 

3 

1 

2 

3 

1 



INTRC 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRC 

INTRO 

INTRC 

INTRO 

INTRO 

INTRO 

ART I 

ART I 

ART I 

ARTS 

ARTS 

ARTS 

CIREC 



HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
hUMAMTI 
FUCAMTI 
hUMAMTI 
HO^A^ITI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
HUMAMTI 
N MSTRN C 
N hSTPN 
N taSTRN 
IN V>EST 
IN VEST 
IN VEST 



TEC REAOI 



ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES 

ES ■ 

ES 

LLTR 

LLTR 

LLTR 

ULT 

ULT 

ULT 

NGS 



INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 

STUDENTS SELECTING 100 SEC 2 



I MUST SIGN-Ul' for! lOOL SEC 2. 



28508 
28518 
28528 
28538 
28548 
28559 
28569 
28579 
28589 
28599 
286Q9 
28619 
28629 
23639 
28640 
28650 
2866C 
2867C 
28680 
28690 
28700 
28710 
28720 
28731 
28741 
28751 
28761 
28771 
28781 
28791 
28801 
28811 
28822 
28832 
28842 



I NO E 



100 


I 


WOGOWORK FUNDMTLS 


3 


100 


2 


WOCOWORK FUNDMTLS 


3 


lOOL 


1 


LAB 





lOOL 


2 


LAB 





lOOL 


3 


LAB 





101 


1 


BASIC ELECTRICITY 


3 


lOlL 


1 


LAB 





lOU 


2 


LAB 





105 


1 


WOOD FINISHING 


2 


105 


90 


WOOD FINISHING 


2 


129 


1 


METALWCR* FNDMNTLS 


3 


130 


1 


INTRC MFC PROCESS 


3 


130L 


I 


LAB 





160 


1 


RECREATICN HANOICR 


2 


160 


90 


RECREATICN HANDICR 


2 


189 


1 


GASSDIESFL ENGINES 


3 


189 


2 


GAStUIESEL ENGINES 


3 


210 


1 


CARPENTRY FRAMING 


3 


210 


90 


CARPENTRY FRAMING 


3 


250 


1 


GRAPHIC ARTS 


3 


2 50 


90 


GRAPHIC ARTS 


3 


2 50L 


1 


LAB 





2 50L 


2 


LAB 





250L 


3 


LAB 





2 SOL 


4 


LAB 





260 


1 


CRAFTS 


3 


289 


I 


PCIcEP SCLRC INDUST 


3 


289 


90 


POWER SCLRC INUUST 


3 


300 


1 


CNTMP PRCC £ MATRL 


3 


319 


90 


UPHCLSTFRY 


2 


360 


1 


CRAFTS 2 


3 


365 


90 


CRAFTS 3 


2 


377 


1 


SEC TEACF PRUCEO 


3 


388 


90 


POWER TRANSMISSION 


3 


389 


1 


FUEL ELEC SYSTEMS 


3 



12. IC TO 
9.00 TO 
8.00 TO 



1.00 PM 
9.50 AM 

8.50 AM 



8.00 TC 10.00 AM 

8. CO TO 10.00 AM 

8.00 TO 10.00 AM 

7. CO TC 10.00 AM 



TH F 

W F 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 



8.00 

8.00 

8.00 

9.00 

10.00 

11.10 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 

12.10 

1.10 

2.10 

3.10 

3.10 

4.10 

7.45 

9.0" 

11.10 

1.10 

10.00 

1.00 

2.10 



TO 8. 

TO 9. 

TO 8. 

TC 9, 

TO 10, 

TO 12. 

TO 12. 

TO 12. 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 



1. 
1, 
2, 
3, 
4, 
4. 
5, 
TO 10, 
TO 9. 
TO 12, 
TO 2, 
TO 10, 
TO 2, 
TO 3, 



,50 AM 
,30 AM 
,50 AM 
.50 AM 
,50 AM 
,00 N 
,00 N 
,30 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,15 PM 
,50 AM 
,30 PM 
,00 PM 
,50 AM 
,30 PM 
,00 PM 



M W F 
T TH 
M W F 
M W F 
M W F 
W F 
W F 
TH 
W F 
W 
k 
W 
W 

w 

w 



W F 
TH 
W F 
ti F 
TH 
W F 
8 A 



234 
366 
368 
265 
280 
323 
403 



A018 
1^018 
»150 
i6150 
hl50 
A018 
fll50 
»150 
A018 
14150 
)M50 
»150 
it018 
A150 
A018 
AC18 
A018 
A018 
A018 
A018 
AOIS 
A018 



MARS jHONORS 
MARB HONORS 
MARB 'honors 
HONORS 
HONORS 
HONORS 



ESC 
ESC 
MSCB 



WIOB HONORS 



11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


A240 


CLFB 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


W 




A230 


CLFB 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


*240 


CLFB 


1.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


TH 


A240 


CLFB 


7.45 


TC 


10.15 


PM 


W 




A240 


CLFB 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


IA240 


CLFB 


1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T 




A240 


CLFB 


1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M 


H 


A240 


CLFB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


A240 


CLFB 


1.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


F 




i^230 


CLFB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


A230 


CLFB 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M 


W F 


A240 


CLFB 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


F 




'A240 
: 268 


CLFB 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T 




WIOB 


3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


h230 


CLFB 



JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 
JKBA 



9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 




W 


219 


SNLB 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 




TH 


215 


SNLB 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 




W 


190 


SNLB 


8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 




TH 


190 


SNLB 


3.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 




W 


190 


SNLB 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 




TH 


225 


SNLB 


2.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


T 




225A 


SNLB 


7. CO 


TO 


10.00 


AM 






225A 


SNLB 


1.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 






290 


SNLB 


6.00 


TO 


9.30 


PM 






290 


SNLB 


3.10 


TO 


6.00 


PM 




TH 


290 


SNLB 


12.10 


TC 


1. 00 


PM 




TH 


120 


B30 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 




TH 


115 


SNLB 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 




TH 


290 


SNLB 


6.30 


TO 


10.00 


PM 


TH 


290 


SNLB 


12.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 




W 


105 


B31 


7.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 




TH 


105 


831 


8.00 


TC 


10.00 


AM 


M 


W F 


190 


SNLB 


5.00 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


_. 


TH 


190 


SNLB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


W 


126 


SOCH 


7.45 


TO 


9.50 


PM 




TH 


255 


SNLB 


7.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 






255 


SNLB 


7.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


TH 


255 


SNLB 


7.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 






255 


SNLB 


3.10 


TO 


6.00 


PM 






255 


SNLB 


7.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 




TH 


290 


SNLB 


10.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 




W F 


105 


B31 


6.30 


TO 


9.30 


PM 




TH 


105 


831 


10.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 




W F 


190 


SNLB 


6.30 


TO 


10.00 


PM 






290 


SNLB 


10.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


W F 


290 


SNLB 


4.10 


TC 


6.40 


PM 


M 




290 


SNLB 


8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


M 


W F 


220 


SNLB 


4.10 


TO 


6.40 


PM 


M 


W 


10 5 


831 


8. CO 


TO 


10.00 

62 


AM 


M 


W F 


105 


831 



SMITH H 

NYBERG P A 

HARRISCN BF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 



ASHTON C 
ASHTON C 
REIMSCHL 
REIMSCHL 
REIMSCHL 
REIMSCHL 
REIMSCHL 
REIMSCHL 
ASHTPM C 
ASHTON C 
ASHTON C 
REIMSCHL 
REIMSCHL 
WALKER R 
STAFF 



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GREEN JON 
MARSHALL OR 
OAVIS H M 
TATE L C 
OAVIS H M 
MORRELL J 
ELLWSRTH RG 
MARSHALL OR 
PALMER <i 
GREEN JON 
6RITSCH T A 
SABINE C 
SPACKMAN MR 
STAFF 

ELLSWRTH RG 
BRITSCH T A 
BRITSCH R 4 
DAVIS H M 
GREEN JON 
GASS*1AN B W 
MARSHALL OR 
STAFF 



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CATG 




CCURSE 


CR 


C B 
[ L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 




SPECIAL 


APPRQV 




' INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


F K 




TAUGHT 


ROOM—BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TE4CHER 


28852 


I NO E 405 




SHOP t'AINTENANCE 


2 


S 


8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


M W F 


290 SNLB 






GAMETT L C 


28862 


451 




PHOTO ETCHING 


3 




10.00 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


255 SNLB 






JENKINS R H 


28872 


452 




ACV LETTERPRESS 


3 




1.10 10 3.00 PM 


T TH 


255 SNLB 






JENKINS « H 


28882 


460 




INDLSTRL PLASTICS 


3 




1.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T TH 


112 lALC 






GAMETT L C 


28892 


450 


90 


INOLSTRL PLASTICS 


3 




4.10 10 6.40 PM 


M W 


. 112 lALC 




E 


GAtiETT L C 


28902 


470 




SHOP CRG £ nOT 


2 


S 


11.10 TC 12.00 N 


MTWTH 


120 B30 






MCARTHUR RJ 


28913 


479 




SEC STUDENT TChG 


V 






T B A 






Ct 


GAVETT L C 


2892 3 


490 




SPEC PRCe f'ETALS 


V 






T B A 








MCKELL M E 


28933 


491 




SPEC PRCB HOOD 


V 






T B A 








NISH T L 


289<.3 


492 




SPEC PRCE ELECTRIC 


V 






T B A 








HOLT I L 


28953 


493A 




SPEC PPC6 CRAFTS 


V 






TEA 








GAMETT L C 


2894 3 


4938 




SPEC PRCB CRAFTS 


V 






T 8 A 








GA»(ETr L C 


289 7 3 


493C 




SPEC PRCB CRAFTS 


V 






T B A 








GAMETT L C 


28983 


494 




SPEC PROS GRPH ART 


V 






T B A 








JENKINS R H 


2899 3 


495 




SPEC PRCB PCWER 


V 






T B A 








GRQVER J 


f 


STUDENTS R 
593A. B, 
3 HCURS CR 


GISTI 
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29005 


INO E 593A 


90 


HORKSHCP INDLST ED 


V 




7.00 TO 10.00 PM 


T 


220 SNLB 




E 


NISH L 


29015 


5938 


90 


WORKSHOP INDUST ED 


V 




7.00 TO 10.00 PM 


T 


220 SNLB 




E 


NISH L 


2902 5 


593C 


90 


HORKSHCF INDLST ED 


V 




7.00 TO 10.00 PM 


T 


220 SNLB 




E 


NISH L 


29035 


510 


1 


HIS INDUST TECH ED 


2 




4.10 TO 5.50 PM 


T 


220 SNLB 






MCARTHIJR RJ 


290*5 


610 


90 


HIS INDUST TECH ED 


2 




4.10 TO 5.50 PM 


T 


220 SNLB 




E 


MCARTH'JR RJ 


29055 


525 


j 90 


C CCN INDLST TECH 


2 




5.00 TO 7.40 PM 


TH 


225 SNLB 




E 


GRCVER J 


2906 5 


630 


90 


PRCB ACULT INO ED 


2 




5.00 TO 7.40 PM 


w 


220 SNLB 




E 


MCKELL M E . 


29075 


635 


1 


PLAN ECUIP INO TEC 


2 i 


4.10 TO 5.40 PM 


TH 


220 SNLB 






GROVER J 


29085 


535 


90 


PLAN ECUIP IND TEC 


2 ; 


4.10 TO 5.40 PM 


TH 


220 SNLB 




E 


GRCVER J 


29096 


694R 


1 


READ £ CCNF 


V 






T e A 








MCKELL 4 E 


29106 


694R 


90 


READ £ CCNF 


V 






T D A 






E 


MCKELL 4 E 


29116 


695R 


1 


PROB IND £ TECH ED 


V 






T B A 








MCKELL W E 


29126 


595R 


2 


PROB IND £ TECH ED 


V 






T B A 








MCKELL W F 


29136 


695R 


3 


PROB INC £ TECH ED 


V 






T 6 A 








MCKELL A E 


29146 


695R 


90 


PRCB IND £ TECH ED 


V 






T B A 






E 


MCKELL W E 


29156 


698 


1 


FIELD FRCJECT 


V 






T fl A 








MCKFLL W E 


29166 


698 


90 


FIELD PRCJECT 


V 






r 8 A 






E 


MCKELL W E 


29176 


699 


1 


MASTERS TFESIS 


V 






T 8 A 








MCKELL 4 E 


29187 

INI 


699 

)USTR 


90 

[AI 


MASTERS THESIS 

. TECHNOI 


V 


G\ 




T B A 






E 


MCKELL W E 


29197 


INO T 120 




ACETYLENE WELDING 


2 




8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


T IH 


165 SNLB 






LC>4G L a 


29207 


124 




WELDING PRCCESSES 


2 




10.00 10 10.50 AH 


M W 


220 SNLB 


LAB CARD REQ 




LONG L 3 


29217 


124L 




LAB 







1.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T 


125 SNLB 






LONG L B 


2922 7 


124L 




LAB 







11.10 TC 1.00 PM 


TH 


125 SNLB 






LCNG L 9 


29237 


124L 


* 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM 


F 


125 SNLB 






LiJNG L B 


29247 


131 


. 


PRCD OPERATIONS 


3 




10.00 to 10.50 AM 


M M 


120 SNLB 


LAB CARD REO 




KOHKONEN KE 


29257 


131 


90 


PRCD CPERATIONS 


3 




5.10 TO 10.00 PM 


TH 


120 SNLB 




E 


KOHKONEN KE 


29267 


131L 




LAB 







1.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M 


115 SNLB 






ST-VFF 


29278 


131L 




LAB 







1.10 10 5.00 PM 


H 


115 SNLB 






STAFF 


29288 


218 




PLUMBING 


2 




1.10 TC 5.00 PM 


W 


125 SNLB 






MCKINNON ME 


2929 8 


221 




GAS hELDING 


5 




8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


DAILY 


165 SNLB 






LONG L 3 


29308 


225 




NON-iJESTRLCT TEST 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W 


220 SNLB 


LAB CARD REO 




LCWG L 9 


29318 


225L 




LAB 







1.10 TO 3.00 PM 


TH 


125 SNLB 






LONG L 3 


2932 8 


230 


. 


NUM CTL FRCGRAMMG 


2 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


T 


120 830 


LAB CARD REQ 




KOHKONEN KE 


29338 


230L 




LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


F 


115 SNLB 






KOHKONEN KE 


29348 


232 




MATERIALS SCIENCE 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W 


120 SNLB 


LAB CARD REQ 




MORTENSEN < 


29358 


232 


90 


MATERIALS SCIENCE 


3 




6.10 TO 10.15 PM 


W 


120 SNLB 




E 


MORTENSEN K 


29369 


232L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 


F 


115 SNLB 






MORTENSEN K 


29379 


242 




ELECTRIC CCNTRCLS 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W 


225A SNLB 


LAB CARD RFQ 




YOUNG J E 


29389 


242L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 


W 


225A SNLB 






YOUNG E 


29399 


301 




CABINET MLLWORK 


3 




1.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T TH 


190 SNLB 






MCKINNTN ME 


29409 


316 




APPLIED ^ECHANICS 


4 




12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


M W F 


241 ESC 


LAB CARD REQ 




THURGCm GS 


29419 


316L 




LAB 







10.00 TO 12.00 N 


F 


241 ESC 






THURr.ODO GS 


29429 


330 




MECHANISPS 


3 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M W F 


219 SNLB 






STAFF 


29439 


331 




FCUNDRV PROCESSES 


3 






T B A 




LAB CARD RFQ 




STAFF 


29449 


331L 




LAB 







8.00 TO 11.00 AM 


F 


101 B29 






STAFF 


29450 


332 




PRODUCT ICN PLAN 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W 


120 SNLB 






ST4FF 


29460 


335 




PHVS KETALLURGY 


4 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


219 SNLB 


LAB CARD REQ 




MORTENSEN K 


29470 


335L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M 


115 SNLB 






STAFF 


29480 


335L 




LAB 







2.10 TC 5.00 PM 


W 


115 SNLB 






STAFF 


29490 


336 




BASIC FLLID POWER 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


T TH 


220 SNLB 


LAB CARD RFQ 




ST^FF 


29500 


336L 




LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T 


101 B29 






STAFF 


29510 


336L 




LAB 







2.10 TC 4.00 PM 


TH 


101 B29 






STAFF 


29520 


338 




MACH TCOL PERFRMCE 


3 




8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


M W 


120 SNLB 


LAB INCLUDED 




ALLEN 1 K 


29530 


340 




CCMP AIDED CIR ANA 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


225 SNLB 






WHITED C R 


29541 


341 




HOUSE WIRING 


2 




8.00 TC 10.00 AM 


T TH 


225A SNLB 






MCA!(THU'< RJ 


29551 


342 




DIGITAL ELECTRCNCS 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M U 


225 SNLB 


LAB CARD REQ 




SMART «< J 


29561 


342 L 




LAB 







10. 00 TO 1.00 PM 


F 


225 SNLB 






SMART ■* J 


29571 


410 


90 


CCNST MAT £ METHOD 


3 




6. CO TO 8.30 PM 


TH 


225 SNLB 




E 


MCKINNON ME 


29581 


430 




MFG PLANNING 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


120 SNLB 






ALLEN K 


29591 


431 




TOCL DESIGN 


3 




12.10 10 1.00 PM 


T TH 


219 SNLB 


LAB CARD REO 




KOHKCNEN KE 


29501 


431L 




LAB 







10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


F 


219 SNLB 






KOHKONEN KE 


29611 


434 




ELEMENTS OF MACH 1 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M H F 


120 SNLB 






SIMMONS V E 


29521 


435 




ELEMENTS CF MACH 2 


2 




12.10 10 1.00 PM 


M W 


120 SNLB 






SIWMQNS V E 


29632 


436 




BSC CCMP FART PROG 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


220 SNLB 






TOLMAN M J 


29642 


440 




PROCESS CNTRL CCMP 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W 


225A SNLB 


LAB CARL) REO 




SMART M J 


29652 


440L 




LAB 







3.10 TO 5.00 PM 


F 


225A SNLB 






SMART M J 


2965 2 


441 




REAL TIME CCMP SYS 


3 




9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


225 SNLB 






BRCWN K F 


29672 


442 




REAL TIME CCMP SYS 


3 




1.10 TC 2.00 PM 


M W F 


225 SNLB 






Sfcwn K F 


29582 


491R 




SEMINAR 


1 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM, 


M 


220 SNLB 






KOHKONEN! KE 


29592 


492R 




SPEC PRCB ELECTRON 


V 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


W 


225A SNLB 






WHITED C < 


29702 


511 




COMP AIDEC DRAFT 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M k. F 


220 SNLB 






MAOSEN C 


29712 


555 




MECH FCRM METHODS 


3 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M W F 


120 SNLB 






MDRTEMSEN K 


29723 


590R 




SPEC PROS MEG TECH 


V 






T B A 








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63 



INDEX 



IT A LI AN 



30070 
30080 
3CC90 
3010C 



30110 
30120 
30130 
SOl'tO 
30150 
30161 
30171 
30181 



CATG 
OEPT NO 



ITAL 



101 
201 
441 
490 



JAPANESE 



JAPAN 101 
102 
201 
211 
301 
321 
443 
490R 



KOREAN 

30191 KOREA 340 



LA 

30201 
30211 
30221 
30231 
30241 
30252 
30262 
30272 
30282 
30292 
30302 
30312 
30322 
30332, 
30343 
30353 



IN 

LATIN 



101 

102 

102 

111 

201 

321 

431 

441 

490R 

561 

621 

661 

675 

692R 

694R 

699 



SEC 



1 
1 
1 

10 



90 



1 
1 
2 
90 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



CCLRSE 
CtSCRIPTION 



1ST YF ITALIAN 
INTRO READ £ CONV 
SURV ITAL LITCCULT 
INDIV STUDY ITAL 



1ST YR JAPANESE 
1ST YR JAPANESE 
INTRHD READ £ CONV 
2ND YEAR CCNVERS 
INTBC JAPANESE LIT 
3RD YR GRAKi £ COMP 
KCO JAPANESE LIT 
INDIV STLC JAPANSE 



KOREAN 



1ST YR 
1ST YR 
1ST YR 
BEG LA 
2N0 YR 
3RD YR 
MASTRP 
SURV L 
INDIV 
ELEK £ 
R0M4NC 
iCICERO 
j LATIN 
SEN IN 
SEM IN 
MASTER 



LATIN 

LATIN 

LATIN 
T ACCELERATE 

LATIN 

CRAP £ COMP 
CS LATIN LIT 
ATIN LITECUL 
STLCY LATIN 

ACV KED L4T 
E PHILCLOGY 

POETS 
PHLOLOGV 
LATIN LIT 

S THESIS 



C B 
( L 

F K 



LATIN- AM ERIC AN STUDIES 



26605 
26615 



LT AM 690R 
690R 



; SEM CTfP LAT AM PR j 
SEM CTMP LAT AM PR ! 



LAW enf6rcement education 



LAM E 101 MOME stUOY (210 t-RCBI 



30363 LAM E 101 
30373 I 101 

30383 101 

30393 101 



30403 
30413 



30423 
30434 



30444 
30454 



LAM E 102 
102 



1 

2 

90 

91 



LAM E 102 HOME SfUOY (210 HRCBI 



1 
90 



LAM E 301 HpHi SFUOY (210 hRCBl 



LAM E 301 ! 1 
301 i 90 



LAW E 302 HOME SJUOY (210 hRCBI 



INTRO LAt> ENFORCE 

INTRO LAh ENFORCE 

INTRC LAI. ENFORCE 

INTRO LAM ENFORCE 



PATROL AOMIN 
PATROL ACMIN 



CRIM PRCC £ EVIO 
CRIM PROC £ EVID 



LAW E 



302 
302 



1 'CRIMINAL INVESTIG 
90 iCRIMINAL INVESTIG 



LAM E 303 HOME S^UOY (210 FRCBI 



30464 


LAM 


E 303 


1 


3C474 




501 


I 


304 84 




502 


1 


LIB 


rary 


^ 


30494 


L i 


S HI 


1 


30504 




111 


2 


30514 




111 




30525 




111 




30535 




111 




30545 




HI 


90 


30555 




401 


1 


30565 




401 




30575 




413 




30585 




413 




30595 




423 




30605 




423 




30616 




423 


90 


30626 




429 




3063 6 




527 




30646 




533 




30656 




533 




30666 




539 




30676 




543 




30686 




545 




30696 




555 




30707 




557 




30 717 




559 




3072 7 




569 




30737 




579 




3074 7 




624 




30757 




62 8 




3C767 




642 




30777 




642 


90 


30787 




662 




30797 




694R 





IND £ RETAIL SECUR 
SPEC PRCB CRIM LAM 
LAW EN ORG £ ADM 



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8.00 10 8.50 AM 
12.10 TO 1.00 PM 
10. OO TC 10.50 AM 



8.00 TC 

9.00 TO 

2. CO TO 

1.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

3.10 TO 



8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 
3.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
4.00 PM 



10.00 TC 10.50 AM 



5.20 TC 7.00 PM 



1.10 
11.10 
11.10 

5.10 
12.10 
12.10 
12.10 

3.00 

4.10 
4.10 
3.10 
4.10 



TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 



2.00 PM 
12.00 N 
12,00 N 
6.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
I. 00 PM 
1.00 PM 
4.00 PM 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



TO 5.00 PM 

TO 5.00 PM 

TC 4.00 PM 

TO 5.00 PM 



4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 



5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 



1.10 TO 3.00 PM 

8.00 TO 8.50 AM 

5. CO TC 7.30 PM 

7.45 TO 10.15 PM 



7.00 TO 
5.00 TO 



3.10 TO 
5.00 TC 



9.30 AM 
7.30 PM 



5.00 PM 
7.30 PM 



8.00 TO 10.00 AM 
7.45 TO 10.15 PM 



DAILY 
DAILY 
M W F 
T B A 



DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
T TH 
DAILY 
M W F 
M W F 
T 8 A 



M TH 



DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
M W F 
TH 
TH 
B A 
TH 
W F 
W 

w 

B 
B 
8 



k043 JKBA 
214 SFLC 
•534 HFAC 



ROOM — BLDG 



346 
1043 
213 
231 
213 
136 
155 



MARB 

JKBA 

MCKB 

JKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

JKB 



214 MCKB 



M M F 
M W F 



T TH 

M W F 

M 

TH 



i 213 

! 539 
; 212 
■ 271 
i 269 
' 295 
,216 

488 
213 
488 
143 



H 
TH 



T TH 

W 



T TH 

H 



MCKB 

JKB 

JRCL 

MCKB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MCKB 

JRCL 
MCKB 
JRCL 
JRCL 



JKB 
JKB 



348 MARB 

374 MARB 

343 MARB 

248 MARB 



>320A SFLC 
136 MCKB 



348 MARB 
348 MARB 



3228 
! 367 



SFLC 
MCKB 



11.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


368 


MARB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


155 


JKB 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 
^ I /^l 


N 


T 


TH 


?3C7 


SFLC 

TAT 


SCI 

8.00 


e 

TO 


NCI 

8.50 


iS 

AM 


i 


jRA 

TH 


.Dl 

524 


JA1 

JRCL 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


524 


JRCL 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


524 


JRCL 


8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


524 


JRCL 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


524 


JRCL 


6. CO 


TO 


7.40 


PM 


TH 


524 


JRCL 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


524 


JRCL 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


W F 


524- 


JRCL 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


524 


JRCL 


1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


524 


JRCL 


10. on 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


526 


JRCL 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


526 


JRCL 


6. CO 


TO 


8.40 


PM 


W 




526 


JRCL 


11. IC 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


W F 


526 


JRCL 


9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


526 


JRCL 


8.Q0 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


526 


JRCL 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M 

T 


W F 
B A 


524 


JRCL 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


524 


JRCL 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


526 


JRCL 


8.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 




526 


JRCL 


9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


526 


JRCL 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


526 


JRCL 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


526 


JRCL 


9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


524 


JRCL 


8.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


TH 


526 


JRCL 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M 


M F 


526 


JRCL 


5.00 


TO 


7.40 


PM 


TH 


526 


JRCL 


5.00 


TO 


7.40 


PM 


TH 


526 


JRCL 


2.10 


TO 


3.0C 


PM 


M 

T 


M F 
B A 


524 


JRCL 



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CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


G e 

t L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






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L. 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


OESCPIPTION 


HR 


R K 






TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 




LIE 


RARY 


TftCHNOLOG 


Y 






















30806 


LIB T 201 


90 


INTRO LIERARY SCI 


3 




6.15 TO 


7.30 PM 


W F 


524 


JRCL 




E 


CQTTAM K 




30818 

LI> 


211 

GUIS! 


90 
Id 


ACC LIB (ICCI CAT 

> 


3 




5.00 TO 


7.30 PM 


TH 


565 


JRCL 




F 


JORDAN R 




3082 8 


LING lOlA 


1 


NGN EURCPEAN LANG 


4 




12.10 TO 


I. 00 PM 


DAILY 


2320A 


SFLC 


' 




BLAn R W 




30838 


205 


I 


INTRO TO LANGUAGE 


3 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M t, F 


209 


MCKB 






BLAIR R W 




3oe<>e 


30 IB 


1 


AUG LING LNCCM LAN 


4 


s 


3.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


M W F 


131 


JKB 






BLAI^ R Vi 




3085 8 


325 


1 


INTRO DESCRIP LING 


3 




9.00 TO 


9.50 AH 


M W F 


231 


MARB 






BAIRO R L 




30868 


325 


2 


INTRO CESCRIP LING 


3 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


M ki F 


274 


MARB 






RAIRJ R L 




30878 


360 


1 


PRACT FHCNETICS 


2 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


T TH 


323 


MARB 






8LAK R W 




30888 


423 


1 


LING LANC LEARNING 


2 




9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


295 


MSCB 






BLAIR R H 




3C899 


481 


I 


SEP IK TRANSLATION 


2 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


274 


MARB 






LYTLE E G 




30909 


493 


I 


REACINGS IN LING 


V 








T H A 










STAFF 




30919 


527 


1 


DESCRIP PCRPHOLOGY 


3 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M W F 


3270 


SFLC 






BAIRO R L 




30929 

MA 


529R 

THEM. 

MATH 51 H0( 


1 

\T] 

E STU 


LING STRICTURES 

cs 

OY (210 HFCB) 


3 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


M W F 


A159 


JKBA 






LYTLE E G 




30939 


MATH 051 
MATH 90 HOt 


90 
E STl 


PLANE GECMETRY 
DY (210 HRCB> 







5.00 TO 


7.30 PM 


TH 


295 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




30949 


MATH 090 


90 


ALGEBRA 







5.00 TC 


7.30 PM 


TH 


104 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




30959 


090 


91 


ALGEBRA 







7.45 TO 


10.15 PM 


W 


104 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




30969 


097 


90 


MATH REVIEW 





F 


5.00 TO 


7.30 PM 


W F 


135 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




30979 


097 
HATH 101 H( 


91 
ME ST 


KATH REVIEW 
UCY (210 FPCB) 





s 


5.00 TC 


7.30 PM 


W F 


135 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




33980 


MATH 101 


90 


INTERRED ALGEBRA 






4.00 TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


1C8 


MSCB 




E 


ST4FF 




30990 


101 


91 


INTERMEO ALGEBRA 






4.00 TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


267 


MSCB 




E 


ST^FF 




31001 


101 


92 


INTERMEC ALGEBRA 






4.00 TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


112 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




31011 


101 


93 


INTERNED ALGEBRA 






4.00 TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


116 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




31021 


101 


94 


INTERMEC ALGEBRA 


3 




4.00 TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


120 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




31031 


101 


95 


INTERMEO ALGEBRA 






4.00 TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


134 


MSCB 




E 


STSFC 




31041 


101 


96 


INTERMEO ALGEBRA 






4. CO TC 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


136 


MSCB 




E 


ST*FF 




31051 


101 


97 


INTERNED ALGEBRA 


J 




4.00 TO 


6.1b PM 


M TH 


201 


MSCB 




E 


ST»FF 




31062 


101 


98 


INTERRED ALGEBRA 






4. CO TO 


6.15 PM 


M TH 


261 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




31072 


101 
ONE OF THE 
OF fATH 10! 
CONCURRENT! 
ONE OF THE 
24 CF MATH 
CCNCURRENTt 
MATH 105 H( 


99 
SECT I 
MUS 

Y MM 
SECTI 
10 50 

Y MIT 
ME ST 


INTERNED ALGEBRA 
ONS 1 THRCLGH 12 
T BE TAKEN 
H MATH 105 SEC 1 
ONS 13 THROUGH 
MUST BE TAKEN 
H MATH 105 SEC 2 
UDY (210 hRCB) 






5.30 TC 


7.00 PM 


M h F 


262 


MSCB 




E 


ST»FF 




31082 


MATH 105 


1 


COLLEGE ALGEBRA 


3 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M TH 


A170 


JKBA 


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31092 


105 


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COLLEGE ALGEBRA 


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8.0O TC 


8.50 AM 


T F 


A170 


JKBA 


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31102 


105 


90 


COLLEGE ALGEBRA 


3 




5.20 TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


A 170 


JKBA 




F 


ST4FF 




31132 


1050 


1 


QUIZ 







7. CO TO 


7.50 AM 


T F 


104 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31142 


1050 


2 


QUIZ 





, 


7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


T F 


1C8 


MSCB 






STIFF 




31153 


105Q 


3 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


T F 


112 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31163 


105Q 


4 


QUIZ 







7. CO TC 


7.50 AM 


T F 


116 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31173 


105Q 


5 


QUIZ 







7. CO TO 


7.50 AM 


T F 


120 


MSCB 




■ 


STAFF 




31183 


105Q 


6 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


T F 


134 


MSCB 






ST»FF 




31193 


1050 


7 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T F 


104 


MSCB 






ST»FF 




31203 


105Q 


8 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T F 


IC8 


MSCB 






ST»FF 




31213 


105Q 


9 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T F 


112 


MSCB 






ST4FF 




31223 


1050 


10 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T F 


115 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31233 


105Q 


11 


QUIZ 







B.OO TO 


8.50 AM 


T F 


120 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31244 


105Q 


12 


QUIZ 







8.00 TC 


8.50 AM 


T F 


134 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31254 


105Q 


13 


QUIZ 







7. CO TO 


7.50 AM 


H TH 


104 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31264 


105Q 


14 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


M TH 


108 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31274 


105Q 


15 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


M TH 


HI 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31284 


1050 


16 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


M TH 


116 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31294 


1050 


17 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO, 


7.50 AM 


M TH 


120 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31304 


1050 


18 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


M TH 


134 


MSCB 






STIFF 




31314 


1050 


19 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M TH 


1C4 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31324 


1050 


20 


QUIZ 







8. CO TC 


8.50 AM 


M TH 


1C8 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31335 


1050 


21 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


«.50 AM 


M TH 


112 


MSCB 






STAFF 




3134S 


105Q 


22 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M TH 


116 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31355 


105Q 


23 


QUIZ 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M TH 


120 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31365 


1050 
MATH 106 HC 


24 
ME ST 


QUIZ 
JDY (210 KRCBI 







8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M TH 


134 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31375 


MATH 106 


1 


TRIGCN0A<ETRY 






8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M W F 


136 


MSCB 






\ 
STAFF 




31385 


106 


2 


TRIGONOMETRY 






8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M W F 


261 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31395 


106 


3 


TRIGCNCf ETRY 






8. CO TC 


9.30 AM 


T TH 


136 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31405 


106 


4 


TRIGONCMETRY 






1.10 TO 


2.30 PM 


T TH 


104 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31415 


106 


5 


TRICONCMETRY 






1.10 TO 


2.30 PM 


T TH 


1C8 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31426 


106 


7 


TRIGCNCMETRY 






2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M W F 


104 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31436 


106 


8 


TRIGONCMETRY 






3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


M W F 


104 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31446 


106 


9 


TRIGONC^'E^PY 






4.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


M W F 


104 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31456 


106 


10 


TRIGONOMETRY 






2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M W F 


1C8 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31466 


106 


90 


TRIGCNCMETRY 






5.00 TO 


7.30 PM 


W 


295 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 




31486 


108 


1 


BASIC ANALYSIS 






3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


MTTHF 


A104 


JKBA 


QUIZ CARD REQ 




HURO R C 




31496 


108 


2 


BASIC ANALYSIS 






4.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


MTTHF 


A104 


JKBA 


CUIZ CARD REQ 




HU'^T R C 




31506 


108 


90 


BASIC ANALYSIS 






5.20 TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


Ar52 


JKBA 




E 


STAFF 




31517 


1080 


1 


QUIZ 







7.00 TC 


7.50 AM 


T 


261 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31527 


108Q 


2 


QUIZ 







7.00 TO 


7.50 AM 


T 


135 


MSCB 






STAFF 




31537 


1080 


3 


QUIZ 







7. CO TO 


7.50 AM 


W 


111 


MSCB 






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CATG 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



COURSE 
DESCPIPTICN 



CR 
HR 



C B 
E L 
P K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 

TAUGHT ROQM—BLOG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



TEACHER 



31547 
31557 
31567 
31577 
31587 
31597 
31608 
31618 
31628 
31638 
31648 
31658 
31666 
31678 
31688 
31698 
31709 
31719 
31729 
31739 
31749 
31759 
31769 
31779 
31789 
31790 



3180C 
31810 
31820 
3187C 
31881 
31891 
31901 
31911 
31921 
31931 
31941 
31951 
31961 
31972 
31982 
31992 
32003 
32013 
32023 
32033 
32043 
32054 
32C64 



32C74 
32084 
32C94 



32104 
32114 
32124 
32134 
32145 
32155 
32165 
32175 
321S5 
32195 
3220 5 
32215 
3222 5 
32236 
32246 
32256 
32266 
32276 
32286 
32296 
32306 
32316 
3232 7 
32337 



32347 
32357 
32367 
32377 
32387 
32397 
32407 
32418 



32428 
32438 
3244 8 
32458 
32468 
32478 
3248« 
3249 8 
32509 
32519 
32529 
32539 



MATH 



1080 

108Q 

1080 

108Q 

1080 

108Q 

108Q 

108Q 

108Q 

108Q 

1080 

109 

109 

109 

109Q 

1090 

1090 

109Q 

109Q 

1090 

109Q 

1090 

109Q 

1090 

1090 

1090 



4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

1 

2 

90 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

B 

9 

10 

11 

12 



QUU 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

INTPC CALCULUS 

INTRC CALCULUS 

INTRO CALCULUS 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 



MATH 111 HpME STjUDY (210 KPCBI 



MATH 



111 i 

HI I 

111 J 

lllQ j 

1110 I 

lllQ ' 

lllQ 

lUQ 

UIQ 

lUQ 

lllQ 

UIQ 

lllQ 

1110 

UIQ 

1110 

UIQ 

UIQ 

UIQ 

UIQ 

lUQ 

UIQ 

lUC 



1 
2 

90 
1 
2 
3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

17 I 

18 1 

19 i 

20 : 



COLLEGE ALG t TRIG 

COLLEGE ALG £ TRIG 

COLLEGE etc, £ TRIG 

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QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 



MATH 112 HOME STiUOY 121C HRCB) 

MATH 112 1 I ANAL GkCK t CALC 1 
112 j 2 i ANAL GECK £ CALC 1 
112 ' 90 i ANAL GEC^ 6 CALC I 



MATH 113 HOME STUCY (210 I-RC8) 



HATH 



113 


1 


113 


90 


121 


1 


121 


90 


121Q 


1 


121Q 


2 


121Q 


3 


122 


1 


122Q 


1 


122Q 


2 


141 


1 


141 


2 


141 


3 


141 


4 


141 


5 


141 


6 


141 


90 


142 


1 


142 


2 


142 


3 


142 


4 


210 


1 


210 


2 


210 


3 


14 HC 


ME ST 



ANAL GEC 
ANAL GEC 
TECHMCA 
TECHNICA 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 

TECHMCA 
QUIZ 
QUIZ 
INTRC CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRC CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRC CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRO CA 
INTRO. CA 
INTRO KA 
INTRC ^A 



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L MATH 

L MATH 



LC 2 
LC 2 



L MATH 



TH LCG 
TH LCG 
INTRO MATH LCG 



NAL 

NAL 

KAL 

NAL 

NAL 

NAL 

NAL 

NAL 

NAL 

NAL 

NAL 

IC 

IC 

IC 



MATH 



214 
214 
223 
243 
243 
243 
244 
29 IH 



MATH 300 HOME STjUCY (210 I-RC8) 



MATH 



300 
301 
301 
302 
305 
305 
305 
3 05 
305 
305 
305 
305 



1 
90 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 



ANAL GEC^ £ CALC 3 
ANAL GECM £ CALC 3 
TECHNICHAL MATH 
INTRM CALC £ ANAL 
INTRM CALC £ ANAL 
iNTRM CALC £ ANAL 
INTRM CALC £ ANAL 
HONORS SEM IN MATH 



US 
FND 
FNC 
FND 
fiAS 
CAS 
BAS 
8AS 
HAS 
BAS 
BAS 
BAS 



TCBY 

TNS 
TNS C 
TNS 

IC cc 
IC cc 

IC CO 

IC cc 

IC cc 

IC cc 

IC cc 

IC cc 



CF MATH 
F ALGEBRA 
F ALGEBRA 
F CECMETRY 
NC CF MATH 
NC OF MATH 
NC CF MATH 
NC CF MATH 
NC CF MATH 
NC CF MATH 
NC CF MATH 
NC CF MATH 



7.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
8. CO TO 
7.00 TO 
7. CO TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
9. CO TC 
9. CO TO 
1.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
6.00 TO 
7. CO TO 
7.00 TO 
7. CO 
7.00 
8. CO TO 
8.00 TO 
7.00 TO 
7.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 



TG 
TC 



7.50 
8.50 
8.50 
8.50 
8.50 
7.50 
7.50 
8.50 
8.50 
9.50 
9.50 
2.00 
3.00 
8.05 
7,50 
7.50 
7.50 
7.50 
8.50 
8.50 
7.50 
7.50 
8.50 
8.50 
8.50 
8.50 



AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM I 

AM j 

PM ; 

PM i 

PM I 

AM i 

AM j 

AM 

AH 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AH 

AM 

AM 



W 

T 

T 

M 

M 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

MTTHF 

MTTHF 

W F 

T 

T 

W 

W 

T 

T 

TH 

TH 

F 

F 

TH 

TH 



108 
261 
262 
134 
108 
136 
261 
261 
262 
104 
1C8 
170 



262 
264 
112 
116 
1C9 
26 5 
262 
264 
262 
264 
264 
265 



11.10 TC 12.00 N 
12.10 TO 1.00 PM 
5.20 TO 7.00 PM 



DAILY 
DAILY 
M TH 



3.10 TO 

5.20 TO 

10. CO TO 

5.45 TO 

12.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TO 

9. CO TC 

12.10 TC 

1. 10 TO 

9. CO TO 

12.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

9. CO TC 

12.10 TO 

3,10 TO 

6.00 TC 

3.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

9.00 TO 

10.no TO 

11.10 TO 



4.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

10.50 AM 

7.50 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

7.40 PM 

4.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 



DAILY 
M TH 
W F 
F 

TH 
TH 
TH 
M F 
TH 
TH 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
H F 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
MTTHF 
M W F 
M H F 
M h F 



10. CO TO 10.50 AM 

5.20 TO 7.00 PM 

12.10 TO 1.00 PM 

10.00 TO 10. 5P AM 

11.10 TO 12.00 N 

10.00 TO 10.50 AM 

2.10 TO 3.00 PM 

1.10 TC 2.00 PM 



10.00 TO 
11.10 TO 
12.10 TO 

9.00 TC 
10.00 TO 
10. CO TC 
11.10 TO 
11.10 TO 
11.10 TO 

3.10 TO 
11.00 TO 

1.10 TO 



10.50 AH 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.30 PM 

4.30 PM 

12.30 PM 

2.30 PM 



M t. F 
M TH 

t> F 

k F 

W F 

M F 

W F 



A170 

265 

25 

112 

136 

136 

136 

373 

112 

112 

112 

116 

116 

; 116 

f 108 

I 1C8 

: 1C9 

; 267 

267 

I 262 

i 262 

; 269 

! 269 

I 269 



Alio 

I 109 

i 252 

I 264 

264 

I 295 

267 

307 



299 
265 
265 
264 
104 
112 
104 
1C8 
104 
104 
120 
116 



MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
HiCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
JKBA 



104 JKBA 
088 JKBA 



MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 



QUIZ CARD REQ 
QUIZ CARO REQ 



9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


MTTHF 


A170 


JKBA 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


MTTHF 


A 170 


JKBA 


5.00 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


M 


F 


111 


MSCB 


7.00 


TC 


7.50 


AH 


M 


M 


] 136 


MSCB 


7.00 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


M 


W 


261 


MSCB 


7.00 


TO 


7.50 


AH 


W 


F 


262 


MSCB 


7.00 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


W 


F 


; 264 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


h 


: 262 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AH 


M 


U 


; 264 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


M 


i 265 


MSCB 


8. CO 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


U 


269 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 




TH 


267 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 




TH 


266 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 




TH 


269 


MSCB 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


295 


MSCB 


7.00 


TO 


7.50 


AM 




TH 


265 


MSCB 


7. CO 


TC 


7.50 


AM 




TH 


267 


MSCB 


7.00 


TC 


7.50 


AM 




TH 


269 


MSCB 


7.00 


TC 


7.50 


AM 




TH 


295 


MSCB 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 




TH 


200 


MSCB 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 




TH 


262 


MSCB 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 




TH 


265 


MSCB 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 




TH 


203 


MSCB 



QUIZ CARO REQ 
QUIZ CARO REQ 



A170 JKBA 

A170 JKBA 

203 MSCB 



JKBA 

MSCB 

JKB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MARB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 



JKBA 
MSCB 
MARB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 



MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
HSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 



ICUIZ CARD REQ 



QUIZ CARO R6Q 



HONORS 



ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 
ELEME 



NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 
NTARY 



STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDEfjT 
STUDENT 
STUDENT 
STUDEfjT 
STUDENT 



STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

WALTER 

HALTER 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

ST4FF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 



ARCSTRNG GM 

ARMSTRNG GH 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

ST»FF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 





GILL G S 


GILL G S 


E 


STAFF 




TOLMAN L K 


E STAFF 


; MOURTSEN 9H 


E ' STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




MOURTSEN BH 




STAFF 




STAFF 




FERGSON HRP 




CRAWLEY P L 




SNOW R 




HAHILTCN MS 




STAFF 




STAFF 


E 


STAFF 




SKAROA R V 




SKARDA R V 




STAFF 




STAFF 




LAMOREAUX J 




LAMQREAUX J 




WALTER C M 




TOLMAN L K 


E 


STAFF 




MOURTSEN BH 




LARSEN K M 




LARSEN K M 




STAFF 




SKARO* R V 




GARNER L E 




SNCW R 




WICKES H E 




WICKES H E 




GAINER L E 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 




STAFF 



66 





CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


G B 
( L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


sec 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 




TAUGHT 


ROOf 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


325*9 


HATH 305 


9 


BASIC CC^C CF fAW 






1. 10 TO 2.30 PM 


T TH 


262 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDpflT 


STAFF 


32559 


305 


10 


BASIC CChC OF MATH 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


120 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


■JT 


STAFF 


32569 


305 


11 


BASIC CCKC CF MATH 






4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M K F 


20 3 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUOO^T 


STAFF 


32579 


305 


12 


BASIC rCNC OF MATH 






8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


M W F 


267 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUOE 


MT 


ST^FF 


32589 


305 


13 


BASIC CCKC CF MATH 






12.10 TO I. 00 PM 


M h F 


261 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDENT 


STAFF 


32599 


305 


14 


BASIC CC^C CF MATH 






12.10 10 1.00 PM 


M W F 


1 134 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


^T 


STAFF 


32600 


305 


15 


BASIC CCKC CF MATH 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


1 331 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUOE 


MT 


STAFF 


32610 


305 


16 


BASIC CC^C CF MATH 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M W F 


136 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFF 


32620 


305 


17 


BASIC CCKC OF MATH 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M h F 


116 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDENT 


STAFF 


32630 


305 


18 


BASIC CChC OF MATH 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M V, F 


120 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


>IT 


STAFF 


32640 


305 


19 


BASIC CChC OF MATH 






9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M H F 


120 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUOE 


HT 


STAFF 


32650 


305 


20 


! BASIC CCNC CF MATH 






11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M W F 


120 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUOE 


n 


STAFF 


32660 


305 


21 


BASIC CCNC OF MATH 






8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


295 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDENT 


STAFFi 


32670 


305 


22 


BASIC CCNC CF MATH 






4.10 TC 5.00 PM 


M W F 


262 


MSCB 


ELEMENTARY STUDEf^T 

i E 


STAFF 


32680 


305 


90 


BASIC CCNC CF KATH 






7. ,45 TO 10.15 PM 


W 


1C8 


MSCB 


STAFF 


32691 


306 


1 


CONCEPTS CF MATH 






9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M H F 


134 


MSCB 






WIGHT T A 


32701 


306 


2 


CONCEPTS CF MATH 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M K F 


261 


MSCB 






COTT^ELL ST 


32711 


306 


3 


CONCEPTS CF MATH 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


108 


MSCB 






COTTRELL ST 


32721 


306 


4 


CONCEPTS OF MATH 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M M F 


136 


MSCB 






STAFF 


32731 


306 


90 


CONCEPTS CF MATH 






7.45 TC 10.15 PM 


TH 


262 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 


327*1 


307 


1 


MATH t HUMANITIES 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


265 


MSCB 






HIGOIMS J C 


32751 


30 7 i 2 


MATH £ HLCAMTIES 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


265 


MSCB 






HIGGINS J C 


32761 


307 
MATH 321 HC 


90 
ME ST 


MATH t HL^'ANITIES 
JOY (210 hRCB) 






5.00 TC 7.30 PM 


W 


265 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 


32771 


MATH 321 


1 


APL CRD OIFF EOS 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


261 


MSCB 






HAMILTON MS 


32782 


321 


2 


APL ORO DIFF ECS 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M V. F 


120 


MSCB 






CAMPSELL OM 


32792 


321 


3 


APL ORD CIFF ECS 


3 




3.10 TC 4.00 PM 


M H F 


112 


MSCB 






CAMP3ELL DM 


32802 


321 


4 


APL ORO DIFF EQS 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


112 


MSCB 






BURTON R C 


32812 


321 


5 


APL CRO CIFF EQS 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


H k f 


269 


MSCB 






STAFF 


32822 


321 

MATH 322 HC 


90 
ME ST 


APL CRD OIFF ECS 
JOY 1210 HRCB) 


3 




5.00 TO 7.30 PM 


TH 


266 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 


32832 


MATH 322 


I 


TOPICS APPL MATH 


3 


\ 


9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M h F 


261 


MSCB 






SNOW R L 


32842 


322 


2 


TOPICS APFL MATH 


3 


9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


262 


MSCB 






STAFF 


32852 


322 


3 


TOPICS APPL MATH 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M t> F 


262 


MSCB 






SNCW << L 


32862 


322 

MATH 323 HC 


4 
HE ST 


TOPICS APPL ^ATH 
JOY 1210 HRCBI 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M K F 


134 


MSCB 






STAFF 


32873 


MATH 323 


1 


APL PAR OIFF EOS 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


262 


MSCB 






FLETCHER HJ 


32883 


323 


2 


APL PAR DIFF ECS 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


261 


MSCB 






STAFF 


32893 


332 


1 


INTRO COMPLEX ANAL 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


265 


MSCB 






HILLI'I K L 


32913 


371 


2 


ABSTRACT ALGEBRA 


3 




11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M M F 


295 


MSCB 






FERGSOM HRP 


32923 


371 


3 


ABSTRACT ALGEBRA 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M h F 


295 


MSCB 






MCQRE H G 


32903 


371H 


1 


ABSTRACT ALGEBRA 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M Vi F 


295 


MSCB 


HONORS 




HIGGIMS J C 


32933 


372 


1 


ABSTRACT ALGEBRA 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M M F 


104 


MSCB 






ROB I NSC ^( DM 


329*3 


385 


1 


LINEAR ALGEBRA 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M M F 


261 


MSCB 






R09INSCM OW 


32953 


387 


1 


THEORY CF NUMBERS 


3 




8.00 TO ■ 8.50 AM 


M ta F 


266 


MSCB 






YEARCUT P H 


32964 


411 
HATH 434 HC 


I 
ME ST 


NUMERICAL METHODS 
JOY (210 FRCBI 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M M F 


262 


MSCB 






HANSEN R A 


32974 


HATH 434 


1 


INTRO CRO CIF EQU 


3 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M M F 


265 


MSCB 






FLETCHER HJ 


32984 


436 

HATH 451 HC 


1 
ME ST 


INTRC PART CIF EQU 
JOY (21C HRCB) 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M M F 


307 


MSCB 






CAMPBELL OM 


32994 


HATH 451 


1 


MODERN GEOMETRY 1 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


264 


MSCB 






GARNER L E 


33005 


495 


1 


SPEC READ IN MATH 


V 






T B A 










STAFF 


33015 


501 


1 


REAL NUMBERS 


3 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M H F 


323 


MSCB 






YEAROUT P H 


3302 5 


513R 


1 


AOV TOPC APPL MATH 


3 


, 


3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M h F 


30 7 


MSCB 






HANSEN R A 


33046 


541 


2 


INTRO REAL ANALYS 


3 




11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M Vi F 


116 


MSCB 






JAMISON » D 


33035 


541H 


1 


INTRO REAL ANALYS 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


H V, F 


323 


MSCB 


HONORS 




BURTON R C 


33056 


542 


1 


INTRO REAL ANALYS 


3 




1.10 TC 2.00 PM 


M h F 


307 


MSCB 






WALKER L F 


33066 


551 


1 


INTRC TO TOPOLOGY 


3 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M M F 


323 


MSCB 






LAMORE»UX J 


33076 


634 


1 


THEOR CRC CIFF EOS 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M H F 


323 


MSCB 






LARSEN < M 


33C86 


641 ' 


1 


FUNC REAL VARIABLE 


3 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


323 


MSCB 






GILL G S 


33096 


661 


1 


FUNCT ANALYSIS 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M W F 


266 


MSCB 




i SNO'^ 1) R 1 


33106 


671 


1 


MODERN ALGEBRA 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M h F 


323 


MSCB 






MOORE F G 


33116 


675R 


1 


SPEC TPCS-ALGEBRA 


3 




10.00 TC 10.50 AM 


M H F 


307 


MSCB 






CRAWLEY P L 


33126 


695 


1 


READINGS IN MATH 


V 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


DAILY 


299 


MSCB 






STAFF 


33137 


699 

:hani 


1 

CA 


MASTERS THESIS 

L ENGINE! 


V 


IN( 


:i SCIENCE 


T B A 










ST*FF 


33147 


ME EN lOl 


1 


INTRO MECH ENGR 


2 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


TH 


170 


HGB 






STAFF 


33157 


lOlL 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M 


201 


FELB 






STAFF 


33167 


lOlL 


2 


LAB 







7. CO TO 10.00 AM 


T 


2 50 


834 






STAFF 


33177 


lOlL 


3 


LAB 







11.10 TO 2.00 PM 


F 


250 


B34 






STAFF 


33187 


151 


1 


INTRO METALLURGY 


2 




8. CO TO 8.50 AM 


TH 


109 


MSCB 






STAFF 


33197 


151L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TC 5.00 PM 


M 


290 


FELB 






STAFF 


33207 


151L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 TC 5.00 PM 


W 


290 


FELB 






STAFF 


33217 


151L 


3 


LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


F 


290 


FELB 






STAFF 


33228 


201 


1 


INTRO SYST OSGN 


2 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


F 


158 


JS8 






STAFF 


3323 8 


201L 


1 


LAB 







7.00 TO 10.00 AM 


T 


246 


B34 






STAFF 


33248 


201L 


2 


LAB 







3.00 TO 6.00 PM 


T 


246 


834 






STAFF 


33258 


301 


1 


ELEM OF THERMQDYN 


3 




10. CO TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


235 


ESC 






STAFF 


33268 


301 


2 


ELEM CF THERMODYN 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M IH F 


2320B 


SFLC 






STAFF 


33276 


321 


1 


THERMODYNAMICS 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M k, F 


116 


MSCB 






STAFF 


33288 


321 


2 


THERMODYNAMICS 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M U F 


112 


MSCB 






STAFF 


33298 


322 


1 


THERMODYNAMICS 


4 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M H F 


246 


834 


LAB INCLUDED 




STAFF 


33308 


351 


1 


PR INC CF APPLO MET 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T TH 


112 


MSCB 






STAFF 


33319 


3S1L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


T 


290 


FELB 






STAFF 


33329 


351L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 TC 5.00 PM 


TH 


290 


FELB 






STAFF 


33339 


363 


1 


MECH ENGR INSTRH 


2 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


TH 


262 


MSCB 






STAFF 


33349 


363L 


1 


LAB 







7.00 TC 10.00 AM 


T 


180 


FELB 






STAFF 


33359 


363L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


T 


180 


FELB 






STAFF 


33369 


363L 


3 


LAB 







11.10 TO 2.00 PM 


TH 


180 


FELB 






STAFF 


33379 


412 


1 


FLUID MECHANICS 1 


.5 




B.OO TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


2 57 


MSCB 


LAB INCLUDED 




STAFF 


33339 


431 


1 


KINEMATICS 


3 




3.10 TO 5.30 PM 


T TH 


201 


FELB 


LAB INCLUDED 




ST^FF 


SPECIA 


APPROVAL Rl 


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BLK — F-FIRST BLOCK ONLY, S-SECCND BLOCK ONLY. 



67 





CATG 




COURSE 


CR 


C B 
E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTICN 


HR 


F K 




TAUGHT 


ROOM- 


-BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE lEACHER | 


33399 


ME EN 471 


1 


SYSTE>iS CESIGN 


3 




12.10 TC 3.00 PM 


TH 


201 


FELB LAB INCLUDED 




STAFF 














1.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T 201 


FELB LAB INCLUDED 




STAFF 


33*00 


511 


1 


INTERM GAS UYNM 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M M F 246 


B3* j 




STAFF 


33A10 


512 


1 


BCUNCARV LAY THEQR 


3 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M h F : 246 


B34 




STAFF 


33*20 


531 


1 


PRIN CF ALTC CCNTL 


3 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 246 


B34 ! 




STAFF 


33*30 


53* 


1 


DYN SYS ANAL£MCDEL ^ 


.5 




1. 10 TO 2.00 PM i 


M V. F 210 


834 iLAB INCLUDED 


STAFF 


33**0 


535 


1 


ADV VIRRATICN ANAL 


3 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM iM W F 2*6 


834 


STAFF 


33*50 


5*1 


1 


ACV HEAT TRANSFER 


3 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 1 M V, F 220 


834 j 


STAFF 


33*60 


554 


1 


ADV fFG PROCESSES 


3 




1.10 TC 2.00 PM ! M H F 290 


FELB : 


STAFF 


33*70 


585 


1 


JET PRCP FCW PLANT 


3 




3.10 TO *.00 PM 1 M H F 2*6 


B34 I 


staff' 


33*80 


591R 


1 


SEt-INAP 


.5 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM i T 210 


B34 1 


STAFF 


33*90 


595R 


1 


SPECIAL FRCBLEf^S 


V 


jT 8 A i 


1 


STAFF 


33 501 


697R 


1 


RESEARCH 


V 


' T B A ^ 




STAFF 


33511 


698 


1 


MASTERS PROJECT 


V 


It B A 




STAFF 


33521 


699R 


1 


MASTERS TFESIS 


V It B A 


\ 


STAFF 


33531 


791R 


I 


CCCTORATe SEMINAR 


1 JT B A 




STAFF 


335*1 


795 


1 


SELECTED TCPICS 


V i? B A 


I 


■ i 


STAFF 


33551 


797 


1 


DOCTORATE RESEARCH 


V IT B A 


\ 




STAFF 


33561 


799 


1 


CISSERTATICN 


V 


!T B A 


j 

i 




STAFF 


MIC 

33571 


:robi^ 

MC810 121 


)L( 

1 


)GY 

INTRO MCRC8I0L 


3 ie 


8.00 TO 8.50 AM H H F **6 


MARB :lAB CARO REQ 


DONALOSONOH 


33581 


121 


2 


INTRO MICRCBICL 


3 ' e 


10.00 TO 10.50 AM -M W F **6 


MARB ! 


BURTON S 


33592 


121 


3 


INTRC MICPCBIOL 


3 1 E 


11.10 TO 12.00 N i M V. F < A'lb 


HARB iLAB CARD REQ 


JENSEN M H 


33602 


121 


* 


INTRO MICROBIOL 


3 ; e 


12.10 TO 1.00 PM ;M W F i **6 


MARB iLAB CARO REQ 


HOSKISCN MA 


33612 


121 1 


5 INTRC MCPCBIOL 


3 8 


2.10 TO 3.00 PM M ta F , **6 


MARB i 


LAB CARD REQ 


STAFF 


33622 


121 i 


90 


INTRO MICPCBIOL 


3 i 


5.10 TO 7.*0 PM H F 1 366 


MARB ' 


LAB INCLUDED ^E 


STAFF 


33632 


121L i 


1 


LAB 







8. CO TO 10.00 AM ! M 1 73* 


WIOB \ 






STAFF 


336*2 


121L 1 


2 


LAB 





\ 


8. CO TO 10.00 AM 1 M 787 


MIDB i 






STAFF 


33652 


121L ! 


3 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM M i 79* 


WIOB , 






STAFF 


3366 2 


121L i 


1 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM M 73* 


MIDB 






STAFF 


33672 


121L i 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM M 787 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33683 


121L i 


6 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM M 79* 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33693 


121L 


7 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM iM 


734 


WIOB i 






STAFF 


33703 


121L '' 


8 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM ;M 


787 


WIOB j 






STAFF 


33713 


121L 


9 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM )M 


794 


MIDB i 






STAFF 


33723 


121L 1 


10 


LAB 







5.00 TO 7.00 PM ;M 


734 


WIOB i 






STAFF 


33733 


121L 


11 


LAB 







5.00 TO 7.00 PM ' 


M 


787 


WIDB : 






STAFF 


337*3 


121L 


12 


LAB 







5.00 TC 7.00 PM i 


M 


794 


MIDB i 






STAFF 


33753 


121L 1 


13 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AH 




734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33763 


121L 


1* 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 




787 


WIDB ! 






STAFF 


3377* 


121L 


15 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 




794 


WIDB \ 


i 




STAFF 


3378* 


121L 


16 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM j 




734 


WIDB 1 






STAFF 


3379* 


121L 


17 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM i 




787 


WIOB i 






STAFF 


33U0* 


121L 


18 LAS 







11.10 TC 1.00 PM 




794 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3381* 


121L 


19 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM ; 




734 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3382* 


121L 


20 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM i 




787 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3383* 


121L 


21 


LAB 







3.10 TO 5.00 PM 




794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


338** 


121L 


22 


LAB 







*,10 TO 6.00 PM 




734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3385* 


121L 


23 


LAB 







*.10 TC 6.00 PM 




787 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33865 


121L 


2* 


LAB 







5. CO TC 7.00 PM 




794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33875 


121L 


25 


LAB 







8. CO TC 10.00 AM 1 




734 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33885 


121L 


26 


LAB 







8. CO TO 10.00 AM 




787 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33895 


121L 


27 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 




794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33905 


121L 


28 


LAB 







10.00 TO 12.00 N 




734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33915 


121L 


30 


LAB 







10.00 TO 12.00 N 




794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33925 


121L 


32 LAB 







1.10 TC 3.00 PM 




794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33935 


121L 


33 LAB 







*.10 TO 6.00 PM 




787 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33 9*5 


121L 


35 


LAB 







8. CO TO 10.00 AM 


TH 


7 34 


MIDB 






STAFF 


33956 


121L 


36 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


TH 


787 


WIDB 






STAFF 


33966 


121L 


37 


LAB 







8. CO TO 10.00 AM 


TH 


794 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33976 


121L 


38 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM 


TH 


734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33S86 


121L 


39 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM 


TH 


787 


WIOB 






STAFF 


33996 


121L 


*0 


LAB 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM 


TH 


794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3*007 


121L 


*l 


LAB 







2.10 TC 4.00 PM 


TH 


734 


WIDB 






stai:f 


34017 


121L 


*2 


LAB 







2.10 TO *.00 PM 


TH 


787 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*027 


121L 


*3 


LAB 







2.10 TO *.00 PM 


TH 


794 


WIOB 






staff 


3*038 


121L 


** 


LAB 







4.10 TO 6.00 PM 


TH 


7 34 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3*0*8 


121L 


*5 


LAB 







4.10 TC 6.00 PM 


TH 


787 


WIDB 


■ 




STAFF 


3*C58 


121L 


*6 


LAB 







5.00 TO 7.00 PM 


TH 


794 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*06 8 


121U 


*7 


LAB 







8.00 TC 10.00 AM 




734 


WIDB 


1 




STAFF 


3*C78 


121L 


*8 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 




787 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*08 € 


121L 


*9 


LAB 







8.00 TO 10.00 AM 




794 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34098 


121L 


50 


LAB 







11.10 TC 1.00 PM 




734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*108 


121L 


51 


LAB 







11.10 TC 1.00 PM 




787 


WIOB 






STAFF 


34118 


121L 


52 


LAe 







11.10 TO 1.00 PM 


F 


794 


WIOB 






STAFF 


34129 


121L 


53 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 




734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


34139 


121L 


5* 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 




787 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34149 


121L 

HCBIO 311 H 


55 

3ME S 


LAB 

UUY (210 HRCei 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 




794 


WIOB 






STAFF 


34159 


MCBIC 311 


1 


SAMT a FIB HEALTH 


2 


e 


8.00 TC 8.50 AH 


T TH 


446 


HARB 






SAGERS G 


34169 


311 
MCBIC 321 H 


90 

3ME S 


SANIT t PUB HEALTH 
UOY (210 FRCB) 


2 


i 


6.00 TO 7.40 PM 


TH 


445 


HARB 




E 


STAFF 


34179 


MC8I0 321 


1 


GEN MICRLBIOLOGY 


3 


e 


9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


253 


MARB 






JENSEN M H 


34189 


321 


2 


GEN MICRCBIOLQGY 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W F 


253 


HARB 






BURTON S 


34199 


321 


90 


GEN MICRCBICLOGY 


3 




7.45 TO 10.15 PM 


W 


253 


HARB 




E 


STAFF 


34209 


322 


1 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




12.10 TC 2.00 PM 


M 


888 


WIOB' 






STAFF 


34210 


322 


2 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


T 


688 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34220 


322 


3 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




12.10 TO 2.00 PM 


W 


888 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34230 


322 


4 


GfcN MICRC LAB 


1 




8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


TH 


888 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34240 


322 


5 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




8.00 TO 10.00 AM 


F 


888 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34250 


322 


6 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




11.10 TO 1. 00 PM 


F 


888 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3426C 


322 


7 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




2.10 TO 4.00 PM 


F 


888 


WIOB 






STAFF 


34270 


322 


90 


GEN MICRC LAB 


1 




7.45 TO 10.15 PM 


W 


794 


WIOB 




E 


ALLHAN S H 


34280 


331 


1 


MICRCBIOLCGY 


5 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


253 


MARB 


LAB CARO REQ 




BRAOSHAW UH 


34290 


331L 


1 


LAB 







11.10 TO 2.00 PM 


T TH 


-888 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*301 


331L 


2 


LAB 







2.10 TC 5.00 PM 


T TH 


888 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*311 


331L 


3 


LAB 







3.10 TO 6.00 PM 


M U 


888 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3*321 


331L 


* 


LAB 







9.00 TO 12.00 N 


M M 


888 


WIDB 






STAFF 


3*331 


371 


1 


DAIRY MICRCBIO 


2 




1.10 TC 2.00 PM 


M 


343 


MARB 






HOSKISCN MA 


3*3*1 


371L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


W 


734 


WIOB 






STAFF 


3*351 


*01 


1 


APPL CLIN ClAG LAB 


5 






T 6 A 






INTERN STUDENTS 




LARSEN 9 H 


3*361 


402 


I 


APPL CLIN CIAG LAB 


5 






T B A 






INTERN STUDENTS 




LARSEN H 


3*371 


403 


1 


APPL CLIN CIAG LAB 


5 






T B A 






INTERN STUDENTS 




LARSEN H 


3*381 


491R 


1 1 


UNDERGRAC SEMINAR 


1 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M 


366 


HARB 






NORTH J A 


3*391 


*91R 


2 UNDERGRAC SEMINAR 


1 12.10 TO 1.00 PM H 366 


MARB WRIGHT N 1 


3*'if>? 


*91R 


3 UNDERGRAC SEMINAR 


I 9. CO 10 ?j_50 AM F 3*8 


MARB BRAOSH^K UH 














68 











































CATG 




.-. CCLRSE 


CR 


c e 

E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


- DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 




TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


3«412 


MCeiO 49 IR 


4 


UNDERGRAC SEMINAR 


1 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


F 


366 


MARB 






STAFF 


34422 


491R 


5 


UNOePGRAC SEKINAR 


1 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


F 


3 66 


MARB 






JENS'tM M M 


34432 


495R 


1 


SPECIAL PROBLEMS 


V 




8. CO TC 8.50 AM 


DAILY 


773 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34442 


501 


1 


PATHOGENIC MICROBI 


5 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


253 


MARB 


LAB CARD REQ 




WRIGHT N 


34452 


501L 


1 


LAB 







12.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M h F 


844 


WI06 






STAFF 


34462 


SOIL 


2 


LAB 







2.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M )n F 


844 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34472 


SOIL 


3 


LAB 







4.10 TO 6.00 PM 


M W F 


844 


WIDR 






ST4FF 


34482 


511 


1 


If-yUNCLOGV 


4 




11.10 TC 12.00 N 


M H 


253 


MARB 


LAB CARD REO 




DONALOSONOM 


34493 


SllL 


1 


LAB 







12.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M k 


830 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34503 


511L 


2 


LAB 







3.10 TO 6.00 PM 


M kl 


830 


WIDB 






ST4FF 


34513 


531 


1 


VIROLOGY 


4 




2.10 TC 3.00 PM 


T IH 


253 


MARB 


LAB CARD REO 




NOaTH J 4 


34523 


531L 


1 


LAB 







11.10 TO 2.00 PM 


T TH 


830 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34533 


531L 


2 


LAB 







3.10 10 6.00 PM 


T TH 


830 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34543 


601 


1 


GEN INFECT DISEASE 


2 




11.10 TC 12.00 N 


W F 


247 


MARB 






WRIGHT H 


34553 


641 


1 


RADIOACTIVE TRACER 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M 


366 


MARB 






SAGERS R 


34563 


641L 


1 


LAB 







2.10 TO 5.00 PM 


H 


894 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34573 


651 


1 


SPEC TCPC ►'ICRC8I0 


2 




2.10 TC 3.00 PM 


T TH 


366 


MARB 






STAFF 


34584 


691R 


1 


GRADUATE SEMINAR 


1 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T 


253 


MARB 






OONALOSONOM 


34594 


695R 


1 


RESEARCH 


V 




9. CD TO 9.50 AM 


DAILY 


773 


WIDB 






STAFF 


34604 


699 


1 


MASTERS THESIS 


V 




10.00 TO 2,00 PM 


DAILY 


773 


WIOB 


1 




STAFF 


34614 


799 


1 


DlSSERTAtlCN 


V 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


DAILY 


773 


WIDB 




STAFF 


Mil 


ITAR\ 


' s« 


:iENCE 




















34624 


HIL S 110 


1 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




11 .10 TC 12.30 PM 


TH 


((EST 


STAD 




B ( 


GILLIE G R 


34634 


110 


2 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




3.00 TO 4.30 PM 


TH 


WEST 


STAD 




8 t 


GILLIE 5 R 


34644 


120 


1 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


T 


241 


ROTC 






GILLIE G R 


34654 


120 


2 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


T 


241 


ROTC 






GILLIE G R 


34664 


120 


3 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T 


2 50 


ROTC 






GILLIE G « 


34675 


120 


4 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


T 


241 


ROTC 






GILLIE G R 


34685 


120 


' 5 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




8. CO TC 8.50 AM 


TH 


241 


ROTC 






GILLIE G R 


34695 


120 


6 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


TH 


241 


ROTC 






GILLIE S R 


34705 


120 


7 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


TH 


241 


ROTC 






GILLIE G R 


34715 


120 


8 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


F 


250 


ROTC 






GILLIE 5 « 


34725 


120 


9 


MILITARY SCIENCE 1 


1 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


F 


2 50 


ROTC 






GILLIE G R 


34 73 5 


210 


1 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




11.10 TC 12.30 PM 


TH 


liEST 


STAD 




B t 


CHAPMAN J L 


34745 


210 


2 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




3.10 TO 4.30 PM 


TH 


WEST 


STAD 




B t 


CHAP'^AM J L 


34755 


220 


1 


MILITARY SCIENCE 2 


2 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W 


2 50 


ROTC 


1 


B 


CHAPMAN J L 


34766 


220 


2 


MILITARY SCIENCE 2 


2 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M W 


2 50 


ROTC 




B 


CHAP4A>J J L 


34776 


220 


3 


MILITARY SCIENCE 2 


2 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


T TH 


250 


ROTC 




B 


CHAPMAN J L 


34786 


220 


4 


MILITARY SCIENCE 2 


2 




2.10 TO 3.0C PM 


T TH 


250 


ROTC 




B 


CHAPMAN J L 


3479 6 


310 


1 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




11.10 TO 12.30 PM 


TH 


JEST 


STAD 




B t 


SELLERS T H 


34806 


310 


2 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




3.10 TC 4.30 PM 


TH 


WEST 


STAD 




B $ 


SELLERS T H 


34816 


320 


1 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M H F 


241 


ROTC 




B 


KALLUNKI JT 


34826 


320 


2 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


241 


ROTC 




8 


SELLERS T H 


34836 


320 


3 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


241 


ROTC 




B 


SELLERS T H 


34846 


320 


4 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


H h F 


241 


ROTC 




H 


KALLUNKI JT 


34857 


320 


5 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


241 


ROTC 




B 


SELLEi^S T H 


34867 


320 


6 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M H F 


241 


ROTC 




B 


KALLUNKI JT 


348 77 


320 


7 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


241 


ROTC 




B 


KALLJNKI JT 


34887 


320 


8 


MILITARY SCIENCE 3 


2.5 




3.10 TC 4.00 PM 


M H F 


241 


ROTC 




B 


SELLERS T H 


34897 


410 


1 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




11.10 TO 12.30 PM 


TH 


JEST 


STAD 




B t 


MAUGHAN F 


34907 


410 


2 


LEADERSHIP 


.5 




3.10 TO 4.30 PM 


TH 


JEST 


STAD 




B t 


MAUGHAN F 


34917 


420 


1 


MILITARY SCIENCE 4 


2.5 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M W F 


250 


ROTC 




B 


MAUGHAN F ij 


34927 


420 


2 


MILITARY SCIENCE 4 


2.5 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


M W F 


250 


ROTC 




B 


MAUGHAN F 


34937 


420 


3 


MILITARY SCIENCE 4 


2.5 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M M F 


2 50 


ROTC 




B 


MAUGHAN F 


34948 


420 


4 


MILITARY SCIENCE 4 


2.5 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M K F 


250 


ROTC 




B 


MAiJGHAN F 


MU 


SIC 
























3495 6 


MUSIC 101 


1 


INTRO TC MSIC 


3 


F 


10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M V, F 


;CNT 


HFAC 






EARL L 


3496 8 


101 


2 


INTRO TO MUSIC 


3 


F 


2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M W F 


=201 


HFAC 






POWLEY E H 


34978 


101 


3 


INTRC TC MLSIC 


3 


F 


3.10 TC 4.00 PM 


M V< F 


= 201 


HFAC 






ASH8Y < C 


34986 


101 

MUSIC MAJOR 


90 
S ONL 


INTRC TO MUSIC 

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3 


F - 


4,30 TO 7.00 PM 


M 


:485 


HFAC 




E 


WAKEFIELOJH 


3499 8 


MUSIC 103 


1 


SURVEY MLCIS LIT 


2 


F 


8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


T Th' 


E329 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35009 


103 


2 


SURVEY MLCIS LIT 


2 


H 


8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


T TH 


:356 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35019 


103 


3 


SURVEY MUCIS LIT 


2 


F 


8. CO TO 8.50 AM 


T TH 


F354 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35020 


103 


4 


SURVEY MLCIS LIT 


2 


F 


8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


T TH 


(ECH 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35030 


103 


5 


SURVEY MLCIS LIT 


2 


F 


3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T TH 


:400 


HFAC 






DAY C 8 


35040 


105R 


1 


CLASS PIANC BEGIN 


2 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W 


;379 


HFAC 






FOXLEY W M 


35050 


105R 


2 


CLASS PIANC BEGIN 


2 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


T TH 


5379 


HFAC 






LOWE B R 


35060 


105R 


3 


CLASS PIANC BEGIN 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M t> 


:379 


HFAC 






LOWE B R 


35C70 


105R 


4 


CLASS PIANC BEGIN 


2 




9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


T TH 


^379 


HFAC 






FOXLEY W M 


35080 


105R 


5 


CLASS PIANC BEGIN 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


T TH 


^379 


HFAC 






FOXLEY W M 


35090 


105R 


6 


CLASS PIANC BEGIN 


2 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M t< 


F371 


HFAC 






LOWE B R 


35100 


lOSR 


90 


CLASS PIANO BEGIN 


2 




5.00 TC 6.00 PM 


M TH 


:379 


HFAC 






BENTLEY E F 


35111 


105R 


91 


CLASS PIANO BEGIN 


2 




6. CO TO 7.00 PM 


M TH 


:379 


HFAC 






BENTLEY E F 


35121 


106 


1 


GRP ORGAN INSTRUCT 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M Vl 


;208 


HFAC 






KEELER J J 


35131 


107 


1 


GRP PIANC INSTRUCT 


2 




11.10 TC 12.00 N 


T TH 


;37l 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




LOWE 8 R 


35141 


107 


2 


GRP PIANC INSTRUCT 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M M 


5 371 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




FOXLEY W 1 


35151 


107 


3 


GRP PIANC INSTRUCT 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T TH 


•371 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




LOWE 3 ■*. 


35161 


107 


4 


GRP PIANC INSTRUCT 


2 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T TH 


^371 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




LOWE B R 


35171 


llOR 
116R SEC 2 
SEC 3 FOR A 


1 

=0R A 
«MY 


UNIVERSITY CHORALE 
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1 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


DAILY 


iECH 


HFAC 






HARRIS H J 


35181 


MUSIC 116R 


1 


MALE CHOPLS 


1 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


DAILY 


!ECH 


HFAC 




A 


WOODWARD R 


35191 


116R 


2 


MALE CHCRLS 


1 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M K F 


i254 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


35202 


116R 


3 


MALE CHORUS 


1 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


T TH 


^254 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


SPECIA 


APPROVAL R 


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DESCPIPTICN 


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RCOH 


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ENROLLMENT 


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TEACHER 




119R SEC 2 


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R ARM 


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35212 


MUSIC 119R 


1 


WOMENS CHCRUS 






1.10 


TO 2.00 


PH 


DAILY 


RECH 


HFAC 


' 


A 


STAFF 


35222 


119R 


2 


WCHENS CHCRUS 






2.10 


TC 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A254 


HFAC ' 




A 


STAFF 


35232 


119R 


3 


hOfENS CHORUS 






2.10 


TO 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


A254 


HFAC i 


''. 


A 


STAFF 


3S2<>2 


125R 


1 


A CAPPELLA CHOIR 






IC.CO 


TC 12.00 


N 


M H F 


RECH 


HFAC : 




A 


WOOOMARD R 


35252 


128R 


1 


OPERA UCRKSHUP 






3.10 


TO 4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


A254 


HFAC i 




A 


CURTIS B B 


35262 


129R 


1 


OPERA kK<l-P SOLSTS 






*.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


A254 


HFAC ; 




A 


CURTIS B B 


35272 


131R 
13SR SEC 2 


I 
IS FO 


ORATORIC CHCIR 
R AIR FCRCE AND 






2.10 


TO 3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


RECH 


HFAC j 

1 




A 


HALL I DAY JR 




SEC 3 IS FO 


R ARM 


1. 






















35282 


MUSIC 135R 


1 


VARSITY CARCH BAND 






*.10 


TO 6.00 


PM 


DAILY 


E251 


HFAC \ 




A 


ELKINGTN GC 


35292 


135R 


2 


VARSITY >IARCH BAND 






7.00 


TC 7.50 


AM 


T TH 


E251 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


35303 


135R 


3 


VARSITY fARCH BAND 


1 1 


7.00 


TO 7.50 


AM 


T TH 


t250 


HFAC ' 




A 


STAFF 


35313 


138R 


1 


CCNCERT CAKC 




11.10 


TC 12.00 


N 


DAILY 


E250 


HFAC ; 




A 


LAYCOCK R G 


35323 


138R 


2« 


CCNCERT EAND 


1 


11.10 


TO 12.00 


N 


DAILY 


£251 


HFAC , 




A 


DAYLEY K N 


35333 


ISSR i 3 


CCNCERT EAND 




10.00 


TO 10.50 


AH 


M U F 


E250 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


3!343 


147R 


1 


SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 




2.10 


TO 3.00 


PM 


DAILY 


€250 


HFAC 




A 


LAYCOCK R G 


3S3S3 


147R 


2 


SYKPHCNY ORCHESTRA 




3.10 


TC 4.00 


PH 


DAILY 


E250 


HFAC ' 




A 


SAROONI L U 


35363 


147R 


3 


SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 




3.10 


TO 4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


E251 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


35373 


148R 


1 


CHAMBER CRCHESTRA 


^ 


2.10 


TO 3.00 


PM 


T 


f250 


HFAC 




A 


OALTQM J 




AUDITION RE 


QUIRE 


D FCR 


























150R SEC U 


- 13 


STRINGS 






















- 




ISOR SEC 20 


- 23 


woe Oh I NO S 






, 




















150R SEC 3( 


- 32 


BRASS 


























150H SEC 5( 


- 51 


VOCAL 


























150R SEC 6( 


- 61 


AN. INST. 


















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150fi StC 70 


- 71 


JAZZ EKSEfBLE 
























35383 


MUSIC isoR 


10 


CHAHBER CUSIC 






4.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


H W 


:580 


HFAC 






KALT P 


3539* 


150R 


11 


CHAMBER HLSIC 






4.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


T TH F 


C580 


HFAC 






KALT P 


35<.0A 


ISOR 


12 \ CHAM8t<* MiSIC 






5.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


H h 


C580 


HFAC 






KALT P 


35414 


150R 


13 


CHAMBER HLSIC 






5.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


T TH F 


C580 


HFAC 






KALT P 


3S424 


150R 20 


CHAMBER f'USIC 






4.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


H h 


E329 


HFAC 






RANDALL M 


35*34 


150R 21 


CHAMBER fCSIC 






4.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


T TH F 


£329 


HFAC 






RANDALL M 


35*** 


150R 22 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






5.10 


TO 6.00 


PM 


M W 


£329 


HFAC 






RANDALL C M 


3545* 


150R 23 


CHAMBER KCSIC 






5.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


T TH F 


E329 


HFAC 






RANDALL M 


3!*6* 


150R 30 


CHAMBER f\.%\C 






4.10 


TO 5.00 


PH 


M k. 


£395 


HFAC 






DAYLEY K N 


35*74 


150R 31 


CHAMBER fLSIC 






4.10 


TC 5.00 


PM 


T TH F 


£395 


HFAC 






DAYLEY K N 


36*85 


ISOR 32 


CHAMBER flSIC 






5.00 


TO 6.00 


PM 


M V> 


E395 


HFAC 






DAYLEY K N 


35495 


150R 50 


CHAMBER fCSIC 






11.10 


TO 12.00 


N 


T TH 


RECH 


HFAC 






HOCOWARO R j 


35505 


150R ! 51 


CHAMBER I'USIC 






4.10 


TO 6.00 


PM 


T F 


E400 


HFAC 






NIBLEY R N | 


35515 


150R ' 60 1 CHAMBER t-USIC 






3.10 


TO *.00 


PM 


M W 


£221 


HFAC 






WAKEFIELOJHl 


3552 5 


150R i 61 i CHAMBER MiSIC 












T B A 










WAKEFIELDJtl 


35535 


150R 


70 


CHAMBER ftSIC 






12.10 


TC 1.00 


PM 


H T TH 


£250 


HFAC 






DAYLEY K N 


355*5 


150R 


71 


CHAMBER MtSIC 






12.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


M T TH 


E251 


HFAC 






DAYLEY K N 


35555 


159R 


1 


BEG APPL INSTRUCT 






3.10 


TO 5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


£353 


HFAC 






DOWNS R H 


35565 


159R 


2 


BEG APPL INSTRUCT 






3.10 


TC 5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


E354 


HFAC 






NIBLEY R N 


35576 


159R 


3 


BEG APPL INSTRUCT 






3.10 


TC 5.00 


PM 


DAILY 


E356 


HFAC 






KEELER J J 


35586 


159R 


* 


BEG APPL INSTRUCT 






4.10 


TC 6.00 


PM 


DAILY 


£455 


HFAC 




A » 


SAROQNI L H ' 


35596 


160R 


1 


IMRfi APFL INSTRCT 












T B A 










DOMNS R H 


35606 


160R 


2 


INTRf AFfL INSTRCT 












T B A 








A • 


NIBLEY R N 


35616 


160R 


3 


INTRM APFL INSTRCT 












T B A 








A S 


KEELER J J 


35626 


160R 


* 


INTRM APFL INSTRCT 












T B A 










SARDONI L M i 


35634 


163 


1 


HIST C OEV PIANO 






3.10 


TO 4.00 


PM 


M ti F 


Clio 


HFAC 






HANSEN L H 


35646 


166 


1 


DICTICN FCR SINGER 






12.10 


TC 1.00 


PM 


T TH 


£400 


HFAC 






HALLIDAY JR 


35656 


167 


1 


ORGAN PRCBLEMS 






3.10 


TO 4.00 


PM 


T TH 


£208 


HFAC 






KEELER J J 


35667 


170 


I 


GROUP VCCAL INSTR 






11.10 


TO 12.00 


N 


T TH 


C130 


HFAC 






ARBIZU R L 


35677 


187 
191 SEC 1-7 
MUSIC MAJOR 
191 SEC 8-« 


1 
EXPA 
S ONL 
NON- 


COMPCSITICN 
4QE0 MUSICIAN - 

r 

4AJCRS CNLY 


2 




2.10 


TO 4.00 


PH 


W 


£432 


HFAC 


* 




BRAOSHAW MK 


35687 


MUSIC 191 


1 


1ST YR TFECRY 


2 




8.00 


TO 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


E:329 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


356S7 


191 


2 


1ST YR TI-ECRY 


2 




8.00 


TO- 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


E335 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35707 


191 


3 


1ST YR ThECRY 


2 




8.00 


TO 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


E353 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35717 


191 


* 


1ST YR ThECRY 


2 




8.00 


TC 8.50 


AM 


M VI F 


= 354 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF , 


35727 


191 


5 


1ST YR TI-ECRY 


2 




8.00 


TO 8.50 


AM 


M W F 


:356 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35737 


191 


6 


1ST YR ThECRY 


2 




8.00 


TO 8.50 


AM 


M H F 


!E432 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35747 


191 


^ 


1ST YR THECRY 


2 




8.00 


TC 8.50 


AH 


M M F 


»ECH 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35758 


191 


8 


1ST YR TI-EORY 


2 




10.00 


TO 10.50 


AM 


H W F 


F335 


HFAC 






STAFF 


3576e 


191 


9 


1ST YR THECRY 


2 




11.10 


TC 12.00 


N 


M W F 


E353 


HFAC 






LAYCOCK H R 


35778 


191 


10 


1ST YR THECRY 


2 




1.10 


TC 2.00 


PM 


M h F 


E329 


HFAC 






NOROGREN QR 


35788 


191 


11 


1ST YR TFECRY 


2 




1.10 


TO 2. CO 


PM 


M W F 


E353 


HFAC 






KING J J 


35798 


192 
193 SEC 1-6 
MUSIC MAJCP 


1 
EXPA 
S ONL 


ISI YR THECRY 
40EC MUSICIAN - 
1 


2 




10.00 


TO 10.50 


AH 


H M F 


E353 


HFAC 






STAFF 

\ 


35808 


MUSIC 193 


1 


1ST YH CISIC SMLL 


2 




9.00 


TO 9.50 


AM 


MTTHF 


E329 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 1 
STAFF I 


35818 


193 


2 


1ST YR MLSIC SKILL 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.50 


AH 


HTTHF 


E335 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




3582 a 


193 


3 


ISI YR CISIC SKILL 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


MTTHF 


E353 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35838 


193 


* 


1ST YR ^iLSIC SKILL 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.50 


AH 


MTTHF 


E354 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


36849 


193 


5 


1ST YR MLSIC SKILL 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


MTTHF 


E356 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35859 


193 


6 


1ST YR MISIC SKILL 


2 




9.00 


TC 9.50 


AM 


MTTHF 


E432 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35869 


193 


7 


1ST YR fLSIC SKILL 


2 




9.00 


TO 9.50 


AM 


MTTHF 


E5 30 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35879 


193 


8 


1ST YR MLSIC SKILL 


2 




11.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


T TH 


E353 


HFAC 






STAFF 


35889 


193 


9 


1ST YR KLSIC SKILL 


2 




12.10 


TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH 


E356 


HFAC 






STAFF 


35899 


■ 193 


10 


1ST YR MLSIC SKILL 


2 




12.10 


TO 2.00 


PM 


T TH 


E354 


HFAC 






STAFF 


35909 


193 


11 


1ST YR MLSIC SKILL 


2 




1.10 


TC 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


E353 


HFAC 






NOROGREN QR 


35919 


19* 


1 


1ST YR MLSIC SKILL 


2 




11.10 


TO 1.00 


PM 


T TH 


= 335 


HFAC 






STAFF 


35929 


201 


1 


BATON TECH L HYMN 


2 




11.10 


TO 12.00 

70 


N 


M h 


;i30 


HFAC 






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CR 


C B 
f L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS • 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


F K 




TAUGHT 


ROOM 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 




202 SEC l-< 


EXP/l 


'JDED MUSICIAN 






















MUSIC MAJOf 


S ONL 


1 




















35930 


MUSIC 202 


1 


ESSENT IN CONDUCT 


2 




8.00 TC 8.50 AM 


T TH 


E353 


HFAC 


HAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35940 


202 


2 


ESSENT IN CONDUCT 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


T TH 


6335 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


35950 


202 


3 


ESSENT IN CCNDUCT 


2 




12.10 TO l.CO PM 


T TH F 


CI 30 


HFAC 






EARL Q L 


35960 


202 
MUSIC 226 


90 
SEC 9 


ESSENT IN CONDUCT 
a LAB TBA 


2 




5.5C TO 7.30 PM 


TH 


C485 


HFAC 




E 


WILLIAMS GR 


35970 


MUSIC 226 


1 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M H F 


C485 


HFAC 






FO«LEY M H 


35980 


226 


2 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




12.10 TC 1.00 PM 


T TH F 


C485 


HFAC 






FOXLEY M M 


35990 


226 


3 


NUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




2.10 TC 3.00 PM 


M M F 


C48 5 


HFAC 






CARKER K 


36001 


226 


4 


VUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T TH F 


:485 


HFAC 






CARTER K 


36C12 


226 


5 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




9.00 TC 9.50 AM 


M Vi F 


C580 


HFAC 






TERRY E B 


36022 


226 


6 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


T TH F 


C580 


HFAC 






TERRY E 8 


36032 


226 


7 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M K F 


C580 


HFAC 






WEBB F N 


36042 


226 


8 


MUSIC FUND ELEH TC 


2 




12,10 TC 1.00 PM 


T TH F 


C580 


HFAC 






WEBB F S 


36052 


226 


9 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


H K F 


C580 


HFAC 






REESE N L 


36062 


226 


10 


MUSIC FUNC ELEM TC 


2 




2.10 TC 3.00 PM 


T TH F 


C580 


HFAC 






REESE H L 


36072 


226 


90 


MUSIC FUND ELEM TC 


2 




5. CO TO 7.30 PM 


W 


C205 
£132 
Clio 

Clio 


HFAC 




E 


TERRY E =) 


36082 


262 


1 


PIANC ACCC^'PANIMNT 


I 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


TH F 


HFAC 






STAFF 


36092 


264 


1 


PIANC TECFNCLOLGY 


2 




1.10 TC 4.00 PM 


M H F 


HFAC 






HANSEN L H 


36103 


275 


1 


PIANO TUN TECH LAB 


3 




1.10 10 4.00 PM 


M W F 


HFAC 






HANSEN L H 


36113 


291 


1 


2ND YR TFECRY 






8.00 TO 8.50 AH 


DAILY 


E400 


HFAC 


MAJORS ONLY 




POLLEI P C 


36123 


291 


2 


2N0 YR THEORY 






11.10 TC 12.00 N 


DAILY 


E354 


HFAC 






HALH04Y JR 


36133 


291 


3 


2ND YR THEORY 






1.10 TC 2.00 PM 


DAILY 


E335 


HFAC 






SAROONI L H 


36143 


291 


4 


2ND YR TFECRY 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


DAILY 


E335 
E356 


HFAC 






LCNGHRST JT 


36163 


292 


2 


2ND YR TFECRY 


4 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


DAILY 


HFAC 


; 




HARRIS H J 


36153 


292H 


1 


2N0 YR TFEORY 






9.00 TO 9.50 AM 


DAILY 


E400 


HFAC 


HONORS 
MAJORS ONLY 




STAFF 


36173 


310R 
316R SEC 2 


1 
IS FO 


UNIVERSITY CHORALE 
* AIR FORCE AND SEC 


1 

3 I" 


FOR 


3.10 TC 4.00 PM 
ARMY 


DAILY 


RECH 


HFAC 






HARRIS H J 


36183 


MUSIC 316R 


1 


MALE CHORUS 






9. CO TO 9.50 AM 


DAILY 


\254 


HFAC 




A 


WnCOWARJ R 


36193 


316R 


2 


MALE CHORLS 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


|A254 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36204 


31 6R 
319R SEC 2 


3 
IS FO 


MALE CHORUS 
« AIR FORCE AND SEC 


3 I! 


FOR 


12.10 TO 1.00 PM 
ARMY 


T TH F 


S254 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36214 


MUSIC 319R 


1 


hCMENS CHCRUS 






1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


DAILY 


«ECH 
4254 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36224 


319R 


2 


WOMENS CHORUS 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


H H F 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36234 


319R 


3 


».OMENS CHCRUS 

A CAPPELLA CHOIR 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T TH 


A254 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36244 


325R 


1 






10.00 TO 12.00 N 


M H F 


«ECH 
V254 


HFAC 




A 


WOODWARD R 


36254 


328R 


1 


OPERA WCRKSHQP 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


DAILY 


HFAC 




A 


CURTIS 3 3 


36264 


329R 


1 


OPERA HKSHP SOLSTS 






4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


DAILY 


\254 


HFAC 




A 


CURTIS 3 a 


36274 


331R 
335R SEC 2 
SEC 3 IS FO 


1 
IS FO 

A ARM 


ORATORIO CHOIR 
) AIR FCRCE AND 

r 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


DAILY 


E354 


HFAC 




A 


HALLIOAY JR 


36284 


MUSIC 335R 


1 


VARSITY CARCH BAND 


1 




4.10 TO 5.00 PM 


M W F 


E251 


HFAC 




A 


ELKIMiiT'^ GC 


36295 


335R 


2 


VARSITY ^ARCH BAND 


1 




7.00 TO 7.50 AM 


T TH 


E251 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


363J5 


335R 


3 


VARSITY CAPCH BAND 


1 




7.00 TC 7.50 AM 


T TH 


E250 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36315 


336 


1 


FUND MARCHING BAND 


2 




10.00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W 


E251 


HFAC 






ELKINGTN GC 


3632 5 


337 


1 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




10. 00 TO 10.50 AM 


M W F 


C4e5 


HFAC 






GR0ES3CK LS 


36335 


337 


2 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M M F 


:485 


HFAC 






GRCES8CK LS 


36345 


337 


3 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




I.IO TO 2.00 PM 


H W F 


;4e5 


HFAC 






GLENN * L 


36355 


337 


4 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




1. 10 TO 2.00 PM 


T TH F 


:485 


HFAC 






GLENN A L 


36365 


337 


5 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


M M F 


;485 


HFAC 






GLENN A L 


36375 


337 


6 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 AM 


M M F 


C580 


HFAC 






WEBU F N 


36386 


337 


7 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




8.00 TO 8.50 AH 


T TH F 


;5B0 


HFAC 






WEBS F N 


36396 


337 


8 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




10.00 TC 10.50 AH 


H W F 


;580 
;580 


HFAC 






WEBB F N 


36406 


337 


9 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




11.10 TO 12.00 N 


M 1. F 


HFAC 






OLQR lYO NAN 


36416 


337 


10 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




1.10 TO 2.00 PM 


M k F 


:58o 


HFAC 






OLCRnYO NAN 


36426 


337 


90 


MUS £ MAT EL CHILD 


2 




5.00 TO 7.30 PH 


W 


;485 


HFAC 




E 


BENTLEY E F 


36436 


338R 


1 


CONCERT EANC' 






11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T TH 


;485 


HFAC 




A 


LAYCQCK R G 


36446 


338R 


2 


CONCERT EAND 






11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T TH 


;580 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36456 


338R 


3 


CONCERT EAND 






IC.OO 10 10.50 AH 


H H F 


E2 50 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36466 


347R 


1 


SYMPHONY CRCHESTRA 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


DAILY 


E355 


HFAC 




A 


LAYCaCK R G 


36477 


347R 


2 


SYMPHONY CRCHESTRA 






3.10 TC 4.00 PM 


DAILY 


;580 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36487 


347R 


3 


SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


DAILY 


E251 


HFAC 




A 


STAFF 


36497 


348R 


1 


CHAMBER CRCHESTRA 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


T 


E329 


HFAC 




A 


OALTQN D J 


36507 


349R 

AUDITION RE 
3 50R SEC 10 
350R SEC 20 
350R SEC 30 
350R SEC 50 
350R SEC 70 


-1 

auiRE 

- 13 

- 23 

- 32 

- 51 

- 71 


COLLEGIUM MUSICUM 

) FOR 
STRINGS 
laOOOWINDS 
BRASS 
VOCAL 
JAZZ ENSEMBLE 






5.00 TC 6.00 PM 
2.10 TO 4.00 PM 


H 

T 


E432 
E432 


HFAC 
HFAC 


; 




BARNES C R 
BARNES C R 


36517 


MUSIC 350R 


10 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






11.10 TC 12.00 N 


T TH F 


E«32 


HFAC 




A 


KALT P 


36527 


350R 


11 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M W F 


1432 


HFAC 




A 


KALT P 


36537 


350R 


12 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


M TH F 


f432 


HFAC 




A 


KALT P 


36 54 7 


350R 


13 


CHAMBER MUSIC 






4.10 TO 6.00 PM 


F 


;432 


HFAC 




A 


KALT P 


36557 


350R 


20 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






4.10 TO 5.00 PH 


M W 


E329 


HFAC 




A 


RANDALL M 


36568 


350R 


21 


CHAMBER MUSIC 






12.10 TO l.CO PH 


MV.THF 


E329 


HFAC 




A 


RANDALL C M 


36578 


350R 


22 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






5.00 TO 6.00 PM 


H t< 


E329 


HFAC 




A 


RANDALL C M 


36586 


350R 


23 


CHAMBER MUSIC 






3.10 TO 4.00 PM 


T TH 


E329 


HFAC 




A 


RANDALL M 


3659€ 


350R 


30 


CHAMBER MUSIC 






2.10 TO 3.00 PM 


H W F 


;353 


HFAC 




A 


DAYLEY K N 


3660 6 


350R 


50 


CHAMBER MUSIC 






11.10 TO 12.00 N 


T TH 


iECH 


HFAC 




A 


WLCOWARiJ R 


36618 


350R 


51 


CHAMBER MUSIC 






4.10 TO 6.00 PM 


T F 


:400 


HFAC 




A 


NI8LEY R N 


3662 6 


350R 


70 


CHAMBER MLSIC 






12.10 TO 1.00 PM 


M T TH 


1250 


HFAC 




A 


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71 















INDEX 



CATC 
DEPT NO 



SEC 



COURSE 
DESCPIPTION 



CR 
HR 



( e 

I I 

9 K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — BLOG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
OR FEE 



rSACHER 



3663 8 
366<ie 
36659 
36669 
36679 
36689 
36699 
36709 
36719 
36729 
36739 
367*0 
36750 
36760 
36770 
36780 
36790 
36800 
36810 
36820 
36831 
36841 
36651 
36861 
36871 
36881 
36891 
36901 
36911 
36922 
36932 
36942 
36952 
3696 2 
36S72 



36982 
36992 
37004 
37014 
37024 
37034 



37044 
37054 
37064 
37074 
37C84 
37C94 
37105 

37115 

37125 

37135 
37145 
37155 
37165 
37175 
37185 
37196 
37206 
37216 
37226 
37236 
37246 
37256 
37266 



MUSIC 350R 
360R 
3 60R 
360R 
360R 
363 
363 
367 
367 
368 
368 
370 
370 
372 
372 
374 
375 
376 
377 
378 
387R 
391 
391 
421 
471 
472 
472 
479 
479 
481 
481 
484 
484 
485 
491 



71 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 

90 
1 
2 
1 
2 
I 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 



CHAMBER fLSIC 
ADV APPL INSTRUCT 
ADV APPL INSTRUCT 
ADV APFL INSTRLCT 
ADV APPL INSTRUCT 
VOCAL WORKSHOP 
VOCAL hCRKSHOP 
PERCUSSICN WRKSHP 
PERCUSSICN HRKSHP 
ViOODWINO WORKSHOP 
WOGDtilNO WORKSHOP 
BRASS WORKSHOP 
BRASS WORKSHOP 
STRING WORKSHOP 
STRING WORKSHOP 
CHORAL PPACTICUM 
INSTR PRACTICU^' 
MUS SPC ELEM SCH 
SEC TCHG PROCEDURE 
GEN MUSIC PRACTICM 

ADV cc^'PcsITIC^ 

KEYBOARD HARMONY 
KEYBOARD HARMONY 
MAI MUS LIT CHILD 
16TH C CCLNTERPT 
18TH C CCLNTERPT 
18TH C CCLNTERPT 
SEC STUDENT TCHG 
SEC STUDENT TCHG 
ORCHESTRATION 
ORCHESTRATION 
HISTORY CF MUSIC 
HISTORY CF MUSIC 
HISTORY CF MUSIC 
ANALYTICAL TECHN 



565 SEC 1 -i VOIcIe 



37276 
37287 
37297 
37307 



565 SEC 2 



565 SEC 3 



PIANO 



ORGAM 



565 SEC 4 -j STRING 
565 SEC 5 -' WOOdUiNO 



565 SEC 6 - 

MUSIC 565 
565 
565 
565 
555 
565 

S66A SEC 1 

566A SEC 2 

566A SEC 3 

MUSIC 566A 
566A 
566A 
5 87 
605 
613 
635 

636 

648R 

552 

660R 

660R 

660R 

660R 

673 

687 

594A 

694B 

697 

698 

699 

794A 

799 



VOltE 
- PIA^IO 



- ORGftN 



NORWEGIAl^J 

-a777A Kinouc ini on 



NORWE 101 
201 
490 
491 



NuksiNG 



BRAS|S 

1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



PEDAGOGY 
PEDAGOGY 
PEDAGOGY 
PEDAGOGY 
PEDAGOGY 
PEDAGOGY 



APPL MUSIC LIT 

APPL MUSIC LIT 

APPL MUSIC LIT 

COMPOSITION 

INFL MLSIC BEHVIOR 

BAS CCNC IN MUS ED 

MUSIC RESEARCH TEC 

MUSIC MIDDLE AGES 

COLLEGIUM MLSICUM 



HIST OF 
GRAD APP 
GRAD APP 
GRAD APP 
GRAB APP 
ADV PRCB 
COMPOSIT 
INCEPENO 
INCEPEND 
RECIFAL 
CCMP FCR 
MASTERS 
SEMINAR 



NOT C PALE 
L INSTRUCT 
I INSTRUCT 
L INSTRUCT 
L INSTRUCT 

MUS STR 
ICN 

ENT REAONG 
ENT REAONG 
MAS MLSIC 

►ASTERS 
1FESIS 
IN MUSIC 



DISSERTATION 



90 

90 

1 

I 



04241 
04251 
04251 
04271 
04281 
04291 



A NUR 223 
225 
226 
226 
227 
227 



NURSING 



37317 
37327 



NURS 100 
100 



ASSOCIATE 



1ST YR NORWEGIAN 
INTRM NOFW READ 
INDIV STLCY NORWGN 
INOIV STLCY NORWGN 



FUNDMNTLS NURSING 
PARENTGCFILO HLTH 
LONG TERM ILLNESS 
LONG TERM ILLNESS 
MENTAL HEALTH NURS 
MENTAL HEALTH NURS 



BACCALAUREATE 



SRV NLRS FUNCTION 
SRV NURS FUNCTION 



1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 
2 I 

2 ' 

3 1 
2 i 
2 : 
3 

3 

1 i 

3 

3 

3 

V 

V 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 

3 



12.10 1C 1.00 PM 



2.10 TO 3.00 PM 



8.00 TO 

8.00 TO 

1.10 TC 

3.10 TO 

9. CO TO 

2.10 TO 

8.00 TO 

4.10 TO 

1 .10 TO 

9.00 TO 

8. CO TO 

8.00 TO 

8.00 TO 

2.10 TC 

8.00 TO 

3.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

10. CO TO 

10.00 TO 

11.10 TC 



11.10 TC 

3.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

I. 10 TC 

10.00 TO 

2.10 TO 



8.50 

8.50 

2.00 

4.00 

9.50 

3.00 

8.50 

5.00 

2.00 

9.50 

10.00 

10.00 

10.00 

4.00 

8.50 

4.00 

12.00 

10.50 

10.50 

2.00 



12.00 
4.00 

12.00 
2.00 

10.50 
3.00 



N 

PM 

N 

PM 

AM 

PM 



1.10 TO 

3.10 TO 
11.10 TO 

8.00 TO 
.1.10 TO 

9.00 TO 



3.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
12.00 N 
8.50 AM 
2.00 PM 
9.50 AM 



12.10 TO 

10.00 TO 

2.10 TC 

4.10 TC 

4.10 TC 

5.00 TC 

4.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

5.00 TO 

2.10 TC 

1.10 TO 



11.10 TO 
2.10 TO 



5.00 TO 
5.00 TO 



T TH 
B A 
B A 
B A 
B A 
TH 
B A 
W F 
THF 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
M 

W F 
W F 
TH 
U F 
W F 



1.00 PM 

10.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

5.00 PM 
6.00 
4.00 



PM 

PM 



2.00 PM 



12.00 N 
4.00 PM 



6.40 PM 
5.40 PM 



TH 
TH 
TH 



1.10 TO 3.40 PM 



T TH 

' M W 
I T B A 

I ^ 
i TH 

IT 

iw 

iTH 
M 
W 
M 

T 

M 

T 

T 

T 

T 

M 

W 

T 

T 

T 

T 

T 

TH 

T B 



9.00 TO 9.50 AM 
1.10 TO 2.00 PM 



M TH 
M TH 
T B A 
T B A 



TH 

T 



iE251 HFAC 



€400 HFAC 



€251 
E251 
iE250 
CI 30 
C130 
E251 
E2 50 
E250 
C130 
;E250 
C485 
£485 
C485 
S432 
E379 
iE379 

Ie4oo 

iE355 
iE329 
iE329 



E329 
S329 

i£400 
E400 
6400 
E329 



A254 
E432 
E208 
E563 
E432 
E395 



E432 
E432 

E432 
E530 
E530 
IE432 
E«32 
fe432 
E432 
E432 
E432 
E454 



HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC i 

HFAC i 

HFAC j 

HFAC i 

HFAC ; 

HFAC i 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 

HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 

HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



E335 HFAC 
E432 HFAC 



E530 HFAC 



124 MCKB 
155 JKB 



2320A SFLC 
2320A SFLC 



NURSES ONLY 
NURSES ONLY 
NURSES ONLY 
NURSES ONLY 
NURSES ONLY 
NURSES ONLY 



C$ 
C$ 



OAYLEY K N 
DOWNS R H 
NIBLEY R N 
KEELER J J 
SAROONI L Hi 
OQHNS R H 
WEBB F N 
POWLEY E H 
POWLEY E H 
RANDALL N 
STUBBS W 
ELKINGTN GC 
STAFF 
ASHBY R C 
KALT P 
HARRIS H J 
SAROONI L H 
GROESBCK LS i 
MASON J A 
GIBBONS R L 
6RA0SHAU Nk) 
KEELER J J 
KEELER J J 
GROESBCK LS 
NORDGREN QR 
MANOQKIN RP > 
CUNOICK R H I 
GIBBONS R L 
GIBBONS R L 
STAFF 
WILLIAMS GR 
POWLEY E H 
WILLIAMS GR 
RANDALL N 
LONGHRST JT 



CURTIS 8 B 
NIBLEY R N 
KEELER J J 

*DALTON i 
RANDALL N 
OAYLEY K N 



DOWNS R H 
POLLEI P C 
KEELER J J 
BRAOSHAW NK 
GOODMAN < H 
MASON J A 



EARL 

EARL 

BARNES 

BARNES 

BARNES 

BARNES 

BARNES 

DOWNS R H 

NIBLEY R H 

KEELER J J 

SAR00r4I L H 

MANOOKIN RP 

BRADSHAW HK> 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 



WATKINS A R 
HOLM E G 
HARRIS J a 
HARRIS J B 



RICHROSCN N 
CHMBRLIN JR 
JEJ^SEN ^ A 
JENSEN M A 
WRIGHT J R 
WRIGHT J R 



MURPHY E P 
MURPHY E P 



72 





CATC 




COURSE 


CR 


C B 
I L 


CLASS- 


PERIOD 






OAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPRUV 




tNOEX 


0EP7 NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


R K 












TAUGHT 


RCOH 


— BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


37337 


NURS 212 


1 


INTRO fEC-SURG LAB 


8 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 






2320A 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




EDMUNDS M H 














8.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 






2320A 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




EDMUNOS M H 


J7347 


288 


1 


FMLV HLT^ G HM NUR 


1 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 




TH 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT A M 


17357 


310 


1 


INTMD fEO SURG LAB 


9 




9.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 






2320B 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




HAMMOND K 8 














9.00 


TO 


11.00 


AM 






2320B 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 




HAMM0N3 K B 


S7367 




























LAB INCLUDED 






361 


1 


PATNL CHLC HLTH LB 


10 




1.10 


TC 


3. PC 


PM 






SL HL 


CNTR 


►•AJURS ONLY 




KENNINGTN R 






























LAB INCLUOeO 


















8.00 


TO 


10.no 


AM 






2310 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




KENNINGTN R 














8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


TH 


2307 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 




KENNI'JGTN R 






























LAB INCLUOFD 


















8.00 


70 


10.00 


AM 


TH 


2260 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 




KENNINGTN R 






























LAB INCLUDED 






97378 


385 


1 


ADV MEC SURG LAB 


10 














B A 






MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




MAY ilETTY E 


37388 


390 


I 


INOIV STUDY NURS 


2 














B A 






MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUOEO 




STAFF 


3739€ 


425 


1 


HCFE NURS INSTRUCT 


2 


F 


8.00 


TO 


10. OC 


AM 


M 


VI F 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT A M 


37408 


425 


2 


HOf'E NLRS INSTRUCT 


2 


F 


10.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M 


W F 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT \ n 


37418 


425 


3 


HO^iE NURS INSTRUCT 


2 


F 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT A M 


37426 


425 


4 


HOfE NURS INSTRUCT 


2 


S 


8.00 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


M 


W F 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT A M 


37438 


425 


5 


HOfE MRS INSTRUCT 


2 


S 


10.00 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


V< F 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT A i 


3744 8 


425 


6 


HOPE NLRS INSTRUCT 


2 


s 


1.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


2251 


SFLC 






SCHMIDT A H 


374Se 


431 


1 


PNTL HLTHCPSVC NUR 


7 




9.00 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


F 




2260 


SFLC 


MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




HCQD R H 


37469 


485 


I 


PRIN PUBL HLTH SCI 


8 




8.00 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M 




FRICH 


HOSP 


MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUOEO 




MERRILL E E 


3747S 


491 


1 


INDEPENDENT STUDY 


V 












T 


B A 






MAJORS ONLY 
LAB INCLUDED 




ST*FF 


OR 


GANIZ 


AT 


lONAL BE] 


iA 


VI 


OR 






















37489 


ORG B 321 


1 


FNOI»NTLS CRG BEHVR 


3 




3.40 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


M 


H 


363 


MARB 






DYER R 


37499 


321 


2 


FNOf'NTLS CRG BEHVR 


3 




8.30 


TO 


10.00 


AM 


T 


TH 


A067 


JKBA 






CnvFY J M R 


37509 


321 


3 


FNOfNTLS CRG BEHVR 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


115 


JKB 






COVEY S R 


37519 


421 


1 


MGT DEVELCPNFNT 1 


3 




U.IO 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


131 


JKB 






COVEY J M R 


37529 


425 


90 


PERSCNNEL fANACEMT 


3 




4.30 


10 


7.00 


PM 


M 




44 


JKB 




E 


NELSON 1 T 


37539 


523 


1 


LDRSHP IN GRGANZTN 


3 












T 


B A 










COVEY J H R 


37549 


606 


1 


ORG BEHAVICR C ADM 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.30 


PM 


M 


tt 


295 


MSCB 






WRIGHT N 


37550 


610 


1 


MGT DEV PHILOSOPHY 


3 




8.30 


TC 


10.00 


AM 


T 


TH 


A153 


JKBA 






STIMPSON OV 


3756C 


610 


2 


POT DEV fHILOSOPHY 


3 




8.30 


TC 


10.00 


AM 


T 


TH 


A173 


JKBA 






STIMPSCN DV 


37570 


640 


1 


BEHVRL AFPRCACHES 


3 




9.00 


TO 


10.30 


AM 


M 


W 


A003 


JKBA 






DYER W 'j 


3758C 


670 


1 


DYNAMICS CRG CHANG 


3 




11.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


231 


JKB 






DYER R 


37590 


689 


1 


CONT PRCF DfV SEM 


V 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


231 


JKB 






MOFFITT M 


PHI 


LOSOI 


>H^ 


' 




























376C0 


PHIL 101 


1 


LOGIC t LANGUAGE 


3 


p 


8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M 


W F 


A104 


JKBA 






GARRARD L E 


37610 


101 


2 


LOGIC £ LANGUAGE 


3 


p 


1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


A104 


JKBA 






GARRARD L E 


3762C 


101 


3 


LOGIC L LANGUAGE 


3 


^ 


3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


225 


JSB 






GARRARD L E 


37630 


101 


90 


LOGIC C LANGUAGE 


3 


► 


4.00 


TO 


6.30 


PM 


F 




225 


JSB 




E 


REYNJLDS NS 




PHIL 110 SI 


CS 2 


£ 3 - THIRD DISCUSS 


ON , 


iRRAN( 


ED IN 


CLASS. 




















PHIL 110 H( 


ME SI 


UOY (210 t-RCBI 




























37641 


PHIL 110 


1 


INTRO PHILCSOPHY 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH F 


2241 


SFLC 






STAFF 


37651 


110 


2 


INTRO PHILCSOPHY 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


184 


JKB 






MACSEN T G 


37661 


110 


3 


INTRO PHILOSOPHY 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


167 


MCK8 






MAOSE'J T G 


37671 


110 


4 


INTRO PHILCSOPHY 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M 


V. F 


124 


JKB 






STAFF 


37681 


110 


90 


INTRO PHILCSOPHY 


3 




5.00 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


225 


JSB 




E 


ST^FF 


37691 


211 


1 


THEC GF KNCWLECGE 


3 




12.30 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


V. 


225 


JSB 






REYNOLDS NB 


37701 


311 


1 


PHIL CF LANGUAGE 


2 




io.ro 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


h F 


225 


JSB 






RASMJSEN OF 


37711 


316 


1 


PHIL CF SCIENCE 


3 


f 


10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M 


M F 


240 


JSB 






GARRARD L E 


37721 


323 
PHIL 413R t 


1 
ILL < 


CNTMP ANGLC-AM PHL 
TUDY ACTICN AND MCR. 


3 
LIT\ 




11.10 


TO 


12.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


3246 


SFLC 






RASMUSEN OF 


37732 


PHIL 413R 
PHIL 421R t 


1 
ILL S 


TOPICS IN ETHICS 
TUOY PLATC 


3 




2.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


W 


F 


F214 


HFAC 






WARNED C 7 


37742 


PHIL 421R 


1 


TOPICS ANCT PHIL 


3 




12.30 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


265 


MSC8 






REYNOLDS NB 


PH^ 


rsiCAi 


. E 


DUCATION 




























361S8 


PE 103 


1 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




7. CO 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


156 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFF 


36208 


103 


2 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


156 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFF 


38218 


103 


3 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




8.00 


TO 


■8.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


146 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFF 


38228 


103 


4 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


156 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


ST\FF 


38238 


103 


5 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


146 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFC 


3824 8 


103 


6 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


156 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFF 


38258 


103 


7 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


156 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


ST4FF 


38268 


103 


8 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


r 


TH 


15ft 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUOE 


NT 


STAFF 


38279 


103 


9 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 


F 


B.OO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


158 


RB 


ELEMENTARY STUDE 


NT 


STAFF 


38289 


103 


10 


SKILL ANAL £ APPL 


.5 




U.IO 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


146 


RB 


MAJORS ONLY 




CHMBRL4IN 


38299 


104 


4 


REC SPCRTS 


.5 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M 


V< F 


146 


RB 


WOMEN ONLY 




STAFF 


38309 


104 


6 


REG SPCRIS 


.5 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M 


W F 


146 


RB 


WOMEN CNLY 




STIFF 


38319 


105 


2 


8SC SKL INDV SPRTS 


.5 


F 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


DAILY 


CT A 


TCB 


MAJORS ONLY 




JACOBSCM PC 


38329 


106 


2 


PREC MARCHING-BEG 


.5 




5. CO 


TO 


6.00 


PM 


M 


V< F 


158 


RB 






HYATT C J 














4.10 


TO 


5.30 


PM 


T 


TH 


134 


RB 






HYATT C J 


38339 


110 


1 


FENCING-EEGINNING 


.5 




7.00 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


M 


W 


147 


SFH 






STAFF 


38349 


110 


3 


FENCING-BEGINNING 


.5 




e.oo 


TO 


8.51 


AM 


M 


W 


147 


SFH 






ST4FF 


38359 


110 


90 


FENCING-EEGINNING 


.5 




6. CO 


TO 


7.40 


PM 


W 




t. PEZ 


SFH 




E 


STAFF 


38360 


113 


I 


WRESTLING-BEGIN 


.5 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M 


W 


241 


SFH 


MEN Only 




DAVIS F ? 


38370 


113 


2 


WRESTLING-BEGIN 


.5 




9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T 


TH 


241 


SFH 


MEN only 




STAFF 


38380 


113 
114 SEC 3 - 


3 
TEA*! 


ViRESTLING-BEGIN 
CNLY 


.5 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


241 


SFH 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF 


38390 PE 114 1 WRESTLINC-INTERMED 


•5 11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M 


V< 


241 


SFH 


MFN ONLY DAVIS F P 


38400 114 2 WRESTLING-IN1ERMED 


.5 U.IO 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T 


TH 


241 


SFH 


MEN ONLY DAVIS F P 


38410 114 3 hRESTLING-INTERMEO 


.5 3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


DAILY 


241 


SFH 


MEN ONLY DAVIS F P 


38420 115 1 SQUASH-B(C INNING 


.5 11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M 


t< 


190 


SFH 


MEN ONLY STAFP 


3843C 115 2 SQUASH-BEGINNING 


.5 12.10 


TO 


I. 00 


PM 


M 


U 


190 


SFH 


MFN ONLY STAFF 


38440 117 1 PACOLEBALL-BEGIN 


.5 8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


>', 


M 


190 


SFH 


MEN ONLY ST4FC 


38451 117 2 PACCLEEALL-BEGIN 


.5 9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M 


In 


190 


SFH 


MEN CNLY STAFF 


38461 117 3 PADOLERALL-BEGIN 


.5 ir.co 


TO 


1".50 


AM 


M 


V> 


190 


SFH 


MEN ONLY STAFF 


38471 


117 


4 


PACDLEEALL-BEGIN 


.5 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


190 


SFH 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF 



73 



























■J 




CATG 




CCLPSE ' 


CR 


C B 
E L 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 




SPECIAL 


APPROV 


' 1 


INUEX 


OEPT NO 


SEC 


DESCRIPTION 


HR 


F K 






TAUGHT 


ROOM—BLDG 


ENROLLMENT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


38^81 


PE 117 


5 


PACCLEeALL-BEGIN 


.5 




2.10 IV 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


190 SFH 


HEN ONLY 




STAFF 


38491 


117 


6 


PACCLEBALL-BEGIN 


.5 




3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


M W 


190 SFH 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF : J 

STAFF 


38501 


119 


1 


HANCBALL-8EGINNING 


.5 




8.0C TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


190 SFH 


MEN ONLY 




38511 


119 


2 


HANDBALL-BEGINNING 


.5 




9. CO TO 


9,50 AM 


T TH 


190 SFH 


HEN ONLY 




CRYER M 


38521 


119 


3 


HANCBALL-BFGINNING 


.5 




11.10 TO 


12,00 N 


T TH 


190 SFH 


MEN ONLY 




HART C J 


3 8531 


119 


4 


HANCBALL-BEGIiMNIMG 


.5 




12.10 TO 


1,00 PM 


T TH 


190 SFH 


MEN ONLY 




CRYER M 1 , 


385<.2 


119 


5 


HANCBALL-BEGINMNG 


.5 




1.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


M Vi 


190 SFH 


MEN !0NLY 




BUNKER R 6> r 


33552 


119 


6 


HANCBALL-BFGINMNG 


.5 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M U 


190 SFH 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF , 


38562 


119 

121 SEC 2 


7 
TEAf 


HANCBALL-BfGINNING 
CNLY 


.5 




3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


T TH 


190 SFH 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF ; 


38572 


PF 121 


1 


TKACKtFIELC-BEGIN 


.5 




1.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


M W 


ANNEX SFH 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF 1 


38562 


121 


2 


TRACKtFIELD-BEGIN 


.5 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


ANNEX SFH 


MEN ONLY 




ROaiSON C f j 


38592 


121L 


31 


LAB 


a 




1.10 TC 


,3.00 PM 


M 


787 HIOB 






STAFF 


38602 


123 


I 


BACFINTCN-BEGIN 


.5 




7.00 TC 


7.50 AM 


T TH , 


138 RB 






STAFF J 


38612 


123 


2 


BAi:>'INTCN-bEGlN 


.5 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


M W F 


144 RS 






STAFF 


38622 


123 


3 


BADflNTCN-BEGIN 


.5 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 1 


138 RB 






STAFF 


38633 


123 


4 


EACf INTCN-BEGIN , 


.5 




9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


M W F ! 


144 RB 






STAFF 


386'i3 


123 


5 


BADflMCN-BEGIN 


.5 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


138 RB 






STAFF 


38653 


123 


6 


BACMNTCN-REGIN 


.5 




9. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


144 RB 






STAFF 


38663 


123 


7 


EACf INTCN-BEGIN 


.5 


F 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


138 RB 






STAFF 


38673 


123 


8 


BACMNTCN-BEGIN 


.5 


F 


11. IC TC 


1.00 PM 


M W F 


144 RB 






STAFF 


28683 


123 


10 


BAOMINTCN-BEGIN 


.5 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M W F 


144 RB 






STAFF 


38693 


124 


2 


BACf INTCN-INTEPMED 


.5 




3,10 TO 


4.00 PM 


H W F 


144 RB 






HARRISON J« 


38703 


126 


4 


ARCHERY-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


H.H. FLD 






ST4FF 


38713 


126 


6 


ARCHERY-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


H.H. FLD 






STAFF 


38724 


126 


8 


ARCHERY-CEGINNING 


.5 


F 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


H.H. FLO 






STAFF 


38734 


126 


10 


ARCHERY-EEGINNING 


.5 


F 


2.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


DAILY ! 


F.H. FLD 






STAFF 


38744 


127 


2 


ARCHERY- INTERMED 


.5 




8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


HUE 


ANNEX SFH 






HARRISON M 


38754 


128 


1 


BQrLlNG-EEGINMNG 


.5 


F 


e.cc TC 


8.50 AM 


MTWTH i 


LN A ELMC 






STAFF 


38764 


128 


2 


BOWLINC-etGINNING 


.5 


F 


8. CO TO 


8.50 AM 


MTWTH 


LN B ELWC 






STAFF 


38774 


128 


3 


BOWLING-BEGINNING 


,5 


S 


8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


MTWTH ' 


LN A ELWC 






STAFF 


36784 


128 


4 


BCWLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


s 


8. CO TO 


8.50 AM 


MTWTH 


LN B ELWC 






STAFF 


38794 


128 


" 5 


BGV.LIKG-REGINNING 


.5 


F 


9.00 TC 


9.50 AM 


MTWTH 


LN A ELWC 






STAFF 


38804 


128 


6 


BOfciLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


9. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


MTWTH 


LN B ELWC 






STAFF 


388 15 


128 


7 


BOWLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


S 


9.00 TO 


9.50 AM 


MTWTH 


LN A ELWC 






STAFF 


38825 


128 


8 


BOhLING-EECINNING 


.5 


S 


9.00 TC 


9.50 AH 


MTWTH 


LN B ELHC 






KIMBALL E fl 


38835 


128 


9 


bOwLING-BEGINMNG 


.5 




10. CO TO 


10.50 AM 


M W 


LN A ELWC 






STAFF 


38845 


128 


10 


BOWLING-PEGINNING 


.5 




10.00 TO 


10.50 AM 


M W 


LN B ELWC 






STAFF 


38855 


128 


11 


BOWLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


11.10 TC 


12.00 N 


MTWTH 


LN A ELWC 






STAFF 


38865 


128 


12 


aOWLING-BFGINNING 


.5 


F 


11. IC TC 


12.00 N 


MTWTH 


LN B ELHC 






STAFF 


3£e75 


128 


13 


BUWLING-EEGINNING 


.5 


S 


11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


MTWTH 


LN B ELHC 






STAFF 


38885 


128 


14 


BOWLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


MTWTH 


LN A ELWC 






STAFF ; 


38895 


128 


15 


BOWLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


12.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


MTWTH 


LN B ELWC 






STAFF 


38906 


128 


16 


BOWLING-BEGINNING 


.5 


S 


12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


MTWTH 


LN B ELWC 






STAFF 


38916 


131 


1 


GULE-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


9.00 TC 


11.10 AM 


M W 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF ^ 


38926 


131 


2 


GOLF-BEG INNING 


.5 


F 


9.00 TC 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


38936 


131 


3 


GCLF-OEGINMNG 


.5 


F 


11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


OAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


38946 


131 


4 


GCLF-BECINNING 


.5 


F 


11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


H.H. FLD 






STAFF 


38956 


131 


5 


GULF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


I.IC TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF i 


38966 


131 


6 


GCLF-REGINNING 


.5 


F 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


H.H. FLD 






STAFF ' 


38976 


131 


7 


GCLF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


38986 


131 


8 


GULF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






SILVSTER LJ 


38996 


131 


9 


GCLF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


3. 10 TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


H.H. FLD 






STAFF 


39C0e 


131 


10 


GCLF-BECINNING 


.5 


F 


3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


39018 


131 


11 


GOLF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


4.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


3902 8 


131 


90 


GOLF-EEGINNING 


.5 


F 


5.00 TO 


7.00 PM 


M W 


GOLF AREA 




E, 


STAFF 


3903 8 


131 


91 


GCLF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


5.00 TO 


7.00 PM 


T TH 


GOLF AREA 




E 


STAFF 


39048 


131 


92 


GOLF-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


5.CC TC 


7.00 PM 


M M 


GOLF AREA 




E 


STAFF 


3905 8 


131 


93 


GOLF-BEG IN'nING 


.5 


F 


5. CO TO 


7.00 PM 


T TH 


GOLF AREA 




E 


STAFF 


39C6e 


132 


1 


GOLF-INTEPt'ECIATE 


.5 


F 


8. CO IC 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


39C78 


132 


2 


GOLF-INTERMEDIATE 


.5 


F 


2.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF ARE* 






STAFF 


39C89 


132 


3 


GCLF-INTERMEDIATE 


.5 


F 


.2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


H.H. FLD 






STAFF 


39C9S 


132 
133 SEC 16 


4 
- TEA 


GGLF-INTERMEniATE 
<^ ONLY 


.5 


F 


3.10 TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


GOLF AREA 






STAFF 


39109 


PE 133 


1 


TENNIS-BFGINNING 


.5 


F 


8. CO TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


CUTOR CT A 






STAFF 


39119 


133 


2 


TENMS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


8.00 TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


OUTDR CT B 






STAFF 


39129 


133 


3 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


e.OO TO 


8.50 AM 


DAILY 


HLM CTS 






STAFF 


39139 


133 


4 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 




8.00 TC 


8,50 AM 


M M 


INOR CTS 






BUNKER R e 


39149 


133 


5 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 




8.00 TO 


8,50 AM 


T TH 


INDR CTS 






STAFF 


39159 


133 


6 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


9. CO TO 


9,50 AM 


DAILY 


CUTDR CT A 






STAFF 


39169 


133 


7 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


9. CO TO 


9,50 AM 


DAILY 


CUTOR CT B 


f 




STAFF 


39170 


133 


8 


TENMS-BECINNING 


.5 


F 


9.CC TO 


9,50 AM 


DAILY 


HLM CTS 






STAFF 


39180 


133 


9 


TENMS-BEGINNING 


.5 




9.00 TO 


9,50 AM 


T TH 


INDR CTS 






STAFF 


39190 


133 


10 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 




10.00 TC 


10,50 AM 


M W 


INOR CTS 






STAFF 


39200 


133 


11 


TENNIS-bEGINNING 


.5 


F 


11.10 TC 


12,00 N 


DAILY 


HLM CTS 






STAFF 


39210 


133 


12 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 




11.10 TC 


12,00 N 


T TH 


INDR CTS 






STAFF 


39220 


133 


13 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


12.10 TC 


1,00 PM 


DAILY 


HLM CTS 






STAFF 


39230 


133 


14 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


2. 10 TO 


3,00 PM 


DAILY 


HLM CTS 






STAFF 


39240 


133 


15 


TENMS-BECINNING 


.5 


F 


3.10 TO 


4,00 PM 


DAILY 


HLM CTS 






STAFF 


392 50 


133 


16 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


1.10 TC 


2,00 PM 


DAILY 


CLTDR CT 8 






VALENTINE 4 


39261 


133 


90 


TENNIS-IECINNING 


.5 


F 


5.00 TO 


7,00 PM 


M W 


CUTDR CT A 




E 


STAFF 


392 a 


133 


91 


TENMS-BECINNING 


.5 


F 


5.20 IC 


7,00 PM 


T TH 


INDR CTS 




E 


STAFF 


39281 


133 


92 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


5.20 TC 


7,00 PM 


M W 


INDR CTS 




F 


STAFF 


39291 


133 


93 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


S 


5. 20 TO 


7.00 PM 


T TH 


INOR CTS 




E 


STAFF 


39301 


133 


94 


TENNIS-BEGINNING 


.5 


s 


5.20 TO 


7.00 PM 


M W 


INDR CTS 




E 


STAFF 


39311 


133 
134 SEC 6 - 
134 SEC 7 - 


95 

HUME 
TEAK 


TENMS-BECINNING 
■J TEAM CNLY 
MEMBERS CNLY 


.5 


f 


5.20 TC 


7.00 PM 


T TH 


HLM CTS 




E 


STAFF 


39321 


PE 134 


1 


TENNIS-INTERMEC 


.5 




9,00 TO 


9.50 AH 


M W 


INDR CTS 






STAFF 


39331 


134 


2 


TENNIS-INTERMEO 


.5 




11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


M W 


INOR CTS 
I HLM CTS 






HAFEN.W J 


39341 


134 


3 


TENNIS-INTERMFO 


.5 


F 


l.IO TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 






STAFF, 


39352 


134 


4 


TENNIS-INTERMEC 


.5 


F 


2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


CUTDR CT B 






STAFF 


39362 


134 


5 


TENNIS-IN1ERMFD 


.5 


F 


3.10 TC 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


tUTOR CT B 






STAFF 


39372 


134 


6 


TENNIS-INTERMEO 


.5 




1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


INOR CTS 






VALENTINE I 


39382 


134 


7 


TENMS-INTERMEU 


.5 




2.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


:UT0R CT B 






PE4RCE H el 


393 92 


135 


I 


RUGBY-BEGINNING 


.5 


F 


12.10 TO 


1.00 PH 


DAILY 


iAWS FLO 


MEN ONLY 




STAFF 


39402 


135 


2 


RUGEV-eEGINNlNG 


.5 


F 


3.1'» TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


<AWS FLO 


MEN ONLY 


"' 


STAFF 



74 



IKOEX 



OEPT 



CATG 

NO 



SEC 



COLRSE 
OESCPIPTICN 



C B 
f L 

P K 



CLASS-PERIOD 



DAYS 
TAUOHT 



RCCM—BLOG 



SPECIAL 

hNROLLiENT 



APPROV 
OR FEt 



TEACHga 



136 SEC 1 



I9«12 



PE 



136 



TEA) MEKBERS CNLV 



RUCev-INTERHfcOIATE 



140 SEC 21 

PE 140 
UO 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 
140 

141 SEC 17 



FRf SH TEAM 



PE 



141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
141 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 
144 



I 
2 

3 

4 

5 

7 

9 

U 

13 

15 

17 

19 

21 

90 



VAf SITY TEAM 



145 SEC 2 I OR Tl 



145 SEC 7 



PE 



145 
145 
145 
145 
145 
146 
146 
147 
147 
147 



PE 



148 
149 
152 
152 
152 



154 SEC I • TEAfI CNLY 



PE 



154 



1 

2 

3 

5 

7 

9 

11 

13 

15 

17 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

10 



EASKE 
EASKE 
EASKE 
BASKE 
BASKE 
bASKE 
BASKE 
BASKE 
BASKE 
BASKE 
EASKF 
BASKE 
BASKE 
CASKE 



THAIL 
TBALL 
TPALl' 
TBALL 
TEALL 
TBALL 
TEALL 
TBALL- 
TBALL- 
T8ALL- 
TBALL- 
TBALL- 
TBALL- 
TBALL- 



^OR T| 

1 
2 

3 
5 

7 
1 
2 
1 

2 
3 



BASKETtALL- 
BASKET6ALL- 
BASKtTBALL- 
BASKETEALL- 
BASKETBALL- 
EASKETEALL- 
EASKETEALL- 
BASKETBALL- 
BASKETBALL- 
BASKETBALL- 
VOLLEYBALL- 
VOLLEYBALL- 
VCLLFYEALL- 
VOLLEYBALL- 
VOLLEYBALL- 
VOLLEYBALL- 
VCLLFYCALL- 
VOLLEYBALL- 
VCLLEYDALL- 

AH CNLY 

AM CNLY 



-BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
■BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
-BEGIN 
■BEGIN 
•BEGIN 
•BEGIN 
•BEGIN 
■BEGIN 



■INTtRMD 

■INTERMD 

•INTERMO 

•INTERMD 

•INTERMD 

•INTERMO 

•INTERwD 

•INTERMD 

■INTERMD 

-INTFRMU 

BEGIN 

•BEGIN 

BEGIN 

•BFGIN 

•BEGIN 

BEGIN 

BEGIN 

BEGIN 

BEGIN 



148 SEC 1 ■ TEAf MEMBERS CNLY 



155 SEC 1 

PE 155 

156 SEC I 
PE 156 



1 

• TEA 
1 
TEAH 

1 



157 SEC 1 • TEAf 



PE 



157 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
160 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 
161 
L62 
163 



1 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

12 

90 

91 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

90 

91 

2 

2 



VOLLE 

VLLLE 

VCLLE 

VDLLE 

VOLLE 

TEA*- 

TEAf* 

SOCCF 

SOCCE 

SQCCE 



YPALL 
YBALL 
YEALL 
YfiALL 
YPALL 
HANCe 
hANCB 
BEG 
R-BEG 
R-BEG 



-INTERMD 
INTERMO 
INTERMO 
INTERMD 
INTERMD 

ALL 

ALL 

INNING 

INNING 

INNING 



StCCER-UTERMEO 
FIELD SPCRTS 
SCFTBALL 
SOFTBALL 
SOFTBALL 



FCCTBALL-BEGIMNING 

ONLY 

FCCTBALL-INTERt-EC 

ONLY 

BASEBALL-UEGINMNG 



CNLY 

BASEBALL 
SMlMftlNG 

s.4I^'MI^G 

ShIMKING 

Shirking 

SktII'MNG 
S/JIMMING 
SUIMMING 
StalMMNG 

swimming 
Shimming 
swimming 
swimming 

swiff ING 
SWIMMING- 
S^Iff IKG 
SWIMMING 
SWIMMING 
SWIMMING 
SWIMMING 
SWIMMING- 
SWIMMING 
SWIMMING 
SYNCHRCN 
SYNCH^CN 



-INTERMEC 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-REGIMMNG 
-BEGINNING 
■BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-BEGINNING 
-EEGINMNG 
-INTERMED 
-INTEkfED 
-INTERMED 
■INTERMED 
-INTERMED 
•INTFKMEO 
-INTERMED 
•INTERMED 
•INTERMED 
SWIM-BEG 
SWIN-INT 



.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 
.5 



.5 



.5 



4.10 TC 5.00 PM 



7.<-o in 

I. 10 TO 

6.CC 10 

3.10 TC 

8. CO TC 

11.10 TC 

U.IO TC 

1?.10 TC 

12.10 10 

2.10 1C 

3.10 TC 

3.10 TO 

1.10 10 

5. 20 TO 



7.50 AM 

2.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

4.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

3.'>0 PM 

4.nO PM 

4.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

7.00 PM 



7.ro 
2.10 
8. CO 

8. CO 

<;.oo 

10. CO 

11.10 

12.10 

2.10 

3. 10 

11.10 

8.00 

12.10 

9. CO 

I.IC 

10.00 

3.10 

1.10 

2.10 



TO 

TO 
1C 
TO 
TC 



TO 10 

1C 12 

TC 1 

10 3 

10 4 

1C 12 

1C fl 

TC I 

TC 9 

TO 2 

TO 10 

TO 4 

10 ? 

TO 3 



,50 AM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
5C AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 

,00 ;a 

00 PM 
00 PM 

no PM 

00 N 

50 AM 

OC PM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 



111.00 TO 
3.10 TO 
2.1C 10 
3. CO 10 
4.10 TO 

11.10 TC 
9. CO 10 

12.10 10 
I. 10 TC 
3.10 10 



4.10 10 
9.00 1C 
9. CO 10 



I0.5fi AM 

4.00 PM 

3.0C PM 

4.00 PM 

5,00 PM 

12. OC N 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

4.00 PM 



5.00 PM 
9.50 AM 
9.50 AM 



11.10 10 12.00 N 
12. IC 1C 1.00 PM 



3. 10 IC 4.00 PM 



3.10 IC 4.00 PM 



3.1C IC 
8.CC IC 

t.rx in 

9.'-0 10 

10. CO 10 

U.IO 10 

11.10 IC 

17.10 10 

12.10 10 

1.10 IC 

1.10 TC 

2.10 10 

6.00 TO 

6. CO 10 

9.00 TO 

9. CO TC 

12.10 TO 

12. lO TO 

1.10 10 

2. 10 10 

1.10 IC 

6. CO 10 

6.30 IC 

10.00 IC 

1.10 IC 



4.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

l.OO PM 

I. 00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

7,00 PM 

10.50 AM 

2.00 PM 



OAILV 



W 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

IH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

DAILY 

M W 



TH 

TH 

M 
W 
W 

w 
w 
w 

TH 



OAILV 



W F 

W 
W F 

w 

W F 
TH 

W F 
h F 



M W 
M I, F 
M W 
M W 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
M W 
OAILY 



OAILY 
OAILY 
OAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 



T a A 



DAILY 



M W F 



TH 
TH 
W F 
TH 
W F 
TH 
W F 
TH 
W F 
TH 
w F 
W F 
W 

TH 
TH 
W F 
TH 
W F 
TH 
W F 
TH 
W 

TH 
W F 



M W F 



FAWS FLO 



B8 FL 
146 
146 
146 
147 
146 
147 
146 
147 
13fl 
138 
146 

fcB FL 
146 



146 
146 
146 
PB FL 
RB FL 
BB FL 
BB FL 
BB FL 

144 
BB FL 
146 
156 
146 
156 
146 
156 
146 
156 
156 



SFH 

RB 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

RB 

RB 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 



SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

RB 

RB 



146 

156 

146 

146 

146 

FAWS 

hiAWS 

HAMS 

FAWS 

HAWS 



HAWS 

F8 

BB 

BB 

BB 



SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

FLO 

FLO 

FLU 

FLO 

FLO 



FLO 
FLO 
FLO 
FLO 
FLO 



262 SFH 



285 SFH 



2E5 
PL B 



PL B 
PL 



PL 6 
PL 8 
PL 8 
PL B 
PL B 
PL 8 



SFH 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RO 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 



MEN ONLY 



MEN ONLY 
WOMEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
WOMEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 



MEN CNLY 
WOMEN ONLY 
MEN CNLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN CNLY 
MEN CNLY 
MEN CNLY 
MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
WOMEN CNLY 
MEN ONLY 
WIMEN ONLY 
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WOMEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 
WOMEN CNLY 
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MEN ONLY 
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CATC 

NO 



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<i0234 
«i2A5 
A0255 
«02fc5 
<i027t 
432B5 
*C295 
«C305 
<i03l5 
«032 5 
4C336 
A0346 
40356 
40366 
40376 
43366 
403S6 
404G6 
40416 
4C427 
4043 7 
<>3447 

4045 7 

4046 7 
4C477 
4P48 7 
4C497 
4C5J7 
40518 
4052 6 
43538 
4054 8 
40558 
40568 
40576 
40588 
40598 
4C60S 
40619 
4C629 
40639 
4C649 
40659 
40669 
40679 
40689 
4C699 
4370C 
4071C 
4072C 
4073C 
4C 740 
4075C 
40760 
4C77C 
4078C 
4079 I 
4C801 
40611 
40821 
40831 
40841 
40851 
4(861 
4C871 
40882 
4C892 
40902 
40912 
40922 
4C932 
40942 
40952 
4096 2 
4C97 3 

.4C983 
4099 3 
41004 
41014 
41024 
41034 
41044 
41C55 
41065 
41G75 
41085 
4109 5 
41105 
41115 
41125 
41135 
41146 
41156 
41166 
41176 
41186 
4U9t 
4l2^t 

41216 
41226 
41237 
4124V 



SEC 



164 
165 

165 

166 

166 

166 

168 

168 

168 

168 

169R 

169R 

169R 

171 

171 

172 

173 

173 

173 

173 

174 

174 

175R 

175R 

175R 

175R 

17SR 

175R 

175R 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

175 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

176 

178 

178 

179 

17H 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

17B 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

178 

179 

179 

180 

180 

180 

180 

IdO 

180 

180 

180 

180 

180 

180 

180 

180 

180 

180 

130 

180 

180 

18C 

180 

180 

180 

IBO 

160 

180 

181 

181 

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3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

JO 

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12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

26 

90 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

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12 
13 
14 

15 
16 
17 

13 

19 

90 

91 

92 

93 

1 

2 

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2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

u 

12 
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14 
15 

16 
17 
18 
19 

zn 

21 

22 

23 

90 

91 

1 

2 

3 

4 



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CANCEING 

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DIVINC-BECINMNG 

DIVlNG-PEGINMNC 

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GVMNASTICS-BEGIM 

GVfNASTlCS-BEGIM 

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CVfNASUCS-INTERX 

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ACAPTIVt PHYS EO 
A14PTIVP Pt-YS ED 
ACAPTIVt P^YS CO 
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ACAPTIVE PHYS fO 
ADAPTIVE PHYS ED 
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ACT FOP FITNESS 
AC! FCR FITNfSS 
ACT FOP FITNESS 
ACT TCP FITNESS 
ACT FC» FITNESS 
ACT FCK FITKCSS 
ACT FC« FITNESS 
ACT FOR FITNESS 
ACT FUR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FQI-" f'iTNFSS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNFSS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FCR FITNESS 
ACT FOR FITNESS 
PRCG kT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG fcT TRAING-8tO 
PHCC kT TRAING-SEG 
PRCG WT ISAING-BEG 
PRCG WT IRAING-BEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG V.T TBAING-OEG 
PRCO WT TRAING-BEG 
PRQG WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG kT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG wT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-aEG 
P«C& WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG wT IRAING-OEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-HEG 
PRCG WT TRAING-BEG 
PFCG WT TRAING-BEG 
PRCG Wl TPAING-REG 
PRCG WT TR«ING-BCG 
PRCG WT IHAING-BEG 



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SLCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SCCIAl CANCE 
SCCIAL CANCE 
SCCIAL CANCE 
SnciAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SCCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SCCIAL r«NCt 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SCCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL LANCt 
SrCIAL EANCE 
SrCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL DANCE 
SCCIAL CANCf 
SrCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCt 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCE 
SOCIAL CANCF 
FOLK HANCF 
F( LK CANCf 
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11.10 TC 12.00 N 

8.00 TO 10.00 AM 

8. CO TO 10.00 AM 



1.10 TC 
3.10 TO 
3.10 TO 



3.00 PM 
5, no PM 
5,00 PM 



11. IC TO 12.00 N 

9. CO TO 9.50 AH 

12.10 TO 1.00 PM 

11.10 TO 12.00 N 



CAYS 
TAUGHT 



2.10 TC 
2.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
3,10 TO 
4.10 TC 
S.CO TO 
9, CO TC 



3.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
5.n0 PM 
8.50 AM 
9. 5*1 AM 



11.10 TC 12.00 N 

I. IP TO 2.00 PM 

12.10 TO 1.00 PM 

4.10 TC 5.O0 PM 

3.1C TO 4. CO PM 

9.00 TO 9. 50 AM 

9.0C TC 9.50 AM 

11. IC TC 12.0" N 

11.10 TO 12.Pi"> N 

12,10 TO l.'^O PM 



2.1C TO 

1,10 TO 
8.00 TO 
8.00 TO 
9, CO TO 
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2.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
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8. CO TC 8.50 AM 

11.10 TC 12.00 N 

12,10 TO 1.00 PM 



12.10 TC 
1.10 TO 

12.10 TC 
2.10 TC 

12.10 IC 
3,10 TO 

12.10 TO 
3.10 TC 
I.IC TO 
3.10 TO 
2.10 TO 
4,10 TO 
2.10 TC 
4,10 10 
5. CO TC 
5.20 TO 
8.00 10 
B.OO TC 
9.00 TO 
9,00 TO 
9.00 TC 



1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
1,00 PM 
3. CO PM 
l.GC PM 
4.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
3.0'> PM 
5.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
8.50 AM 
9.5" AM 
9.50 AM 
9.50 AM 



10.00 TO 10.50 AM 

10.00 in 10.50 AM 

11.10 TC 12.00 N 

11.10 TO 12.0" N 

11.10 TO 12.00 N 

12.10 TO 1.00 PM 



12.10 TU 
12.10 TO 
12.10 TC 
1.10 TC 
2.10 TU 
2.1C TO 
3.10 TC 
3.10 TO 
5.20 TO 
5. CO TO 
5.00 TC 
5.20 TC 



1.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
I. 00 PM 
2.0C PM 
3.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
4.0C PM 
4.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
6.4C PM 
6.40 PM 
7.00 PM 



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W F 

TH 

TH 

TH 

W 

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W F 

TH 

TH 

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TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

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TH 

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2,10 10 3.00 PM 



P. CO IC 

R.CO 10 

S.CO 10 

«i,CO TO 



8.50 AM 
8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 
9.50 AM 



10. CO TO 10.50 AM 
11.10 TO 12.00 N 
11,10 TO 12.00 N 



12. IC TO 

12.10 TO 

I.IC IC 

2.10 TC 

B.Cr TO 

8, CO TC 

9. CO TO 

9. CO TO 



1.00 PM 
1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
3."0 PM 
8.50 AM 
8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 
9.50 AM 



11.10 TC 12.00 N 
11 .IC TC 12. OC N 
12.10 TO l.cn PM 



12.10 TC 
1.10 TO 
I.IC TO 
?.10 TO 
?,10 IC 
5.20 10 
5.20 TO 

12. IC TO 
1. 10 TO 
B.fO 10 
9,"0 TC 



1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
7,00 PM 
7.00 PFi 
I. 00 PM 
2.00 PM 
S.50 AM 
O.50 AM 






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M W 
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PL A 



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257 

204 
204 
FL A 
PL A 
PL A 
PL A 
FL 6 
PL B 
PL R 
158 
158 
158 
149 
158 
149 
158 
158 
158 
131 
131 
131 
131 
131 
121 
131 
149 
146 
149 
131 
149 
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149 
131 
149 
131 
241 
146 
149 
146 
241 
131 
149 
131 
149 
131 
149 
131 
131 
241 
284 
284 
234 
W WT 
284 
284 
W WT 
W WT 
264 
W WT 
284 
V> WT 
284 
W WT 
284 
2 84 
284 
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284 
264 
2 84 
284 
255 
255 
396 
245 
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396 
245 
C BR 
245 
396 
245 
E BR 
C RR 
396 
C BR 
396 
C BR 
396 
245 
396 
245 
245 
396 
396 
C BR 
134 
133 
C BR 
C BR 
f BR 
F BR 



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MEN ONLY 



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R8 

RB 

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RB 

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SFH 

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SFH 

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184 

184 

184 

184 

185 

185 

185 

185 

185 

186 

186 

186 

187 

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187 

187 

187 

187 

187 

187 

187 

188 

188 

188 

188 

188 

189 

189 

189 

189 

189 

189 

192 

195 

196 

207 

231 

232 

233 

233 

233 

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233 

234 

234 

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236 

236 

236 

236 

237 

238 

238 

238 

236 

239 

239 

240 

240 

241 

241 

242 

243 

243 

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2 50 



261 SEC 2 - 



PE 



261 
264 
264 
265 
281 
283 
2 83 
283 
283 
283 
2 84 
2 84 
285 
286 
287 
290 
291 



SEC 



5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

90 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
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2 
2 
4 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
1 
2 
1 
2 
2 
2 
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CESCMIPTICN 



FCLK CANCE 
FOLK C«NCC 
FCLK CANCE 
FCLK HANCE 
FCLK DANCfc 
FCLK CANCE 
StUAPE CAKCE 
SyUARE CANCE 
SQUARE CANCE 
SOUAKE CANCE 
SCUAFt CANCE 
SCUARF CANCt 
SPECIALTY CANCE 
SPECIALTY OANCfc 
SPECIALTY CANCE 
SPECIALTY CANCE 
RHVTHV £ CANCt 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
RHYTHM £ CANCfc 
RHYTHM £ CANCE 
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BALLET TECH-REG 
tALLFT TECH-BEG 
BALLET TECH-BEC 
BALLET TECF-BFG 
BALLET TECH-INTERM 
BALLET TECH-INTERM 
BALLET TECH-INTRRM 
MCO CANCE-BEGIN 
MOO CANCE-faFGlN 
MCO DANCE-BEGIN 
MUO DANCE-BFGIN 
MCO DANCE-CEGIN 
MOD DANCE-BEGIN 
MCC DANCE-BEGIN 
MCC DANCE-BEGIN 
MOD DANCE-BEGIN 
MOO CANCE-BEGIN 
MOD CANCE-INTRM 
MOO DANCE-INTRM 
MOD DANCE-INTRM 
MOO DANCE-INTRMi 
MOD LANCE-INTRM 
LATIN AMERICAN-BEG 
LATIN AMFRICAN-BEG 
LATIN AMFRICAN-BFG 
LATIN AMERICAN-BEG 
LATIN AMERICAN-BEG 
LATIN AMERICAN-BEG 
OUTING ACTIVITIES 
SKIING-BEGINNING 
SKIING-INTERMEU 
SP1S OFFICIAT kiMN 
SPIS FIND SCCCER 
SPIS FtND GYMN 
SPTS FUND ARCHERY 
SPIS FUND ARCHERY 
SPTS FUND ARCHERY 
SPTS FUND ARCHERY 
SPTS FUND ARCHERY 
SPIS FLNC VCLLEYRL 
SPTS FUND VCLLEYBL 
SPIS FUND SWIMMING 
SPTS FUND TENNIS 
SPTS FUND TFNNIS 
SPTS FUND TENNIS 
SPTS FUND TENNIS 
SPTS FUNC CAL-RELY 
SPTS FUND BADMITTN 
SPTS FUND BAOMITTN 
SPTS FUNC bADMITTN 
SPIS FUND BADMITTN 
SPIS FUND k.r TRAIN 
SPIS FUND t>T TRAIN 
SPIS FUND GCLF 
SPTS "^UND GCLF 
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SKILLS £ TCHG TECH 
SKILLS £■ TC^G TECH 
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S/«! 
LIF 
LIF 
t>AT 
OAL 

sec 

StC 
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sue 
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FOL 
FOL 
LAT 
TCh 
MOD 
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LRM-C 
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lAL C 
lAL C 
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LET T 
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• 5 
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• 5 
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.5 
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.5 
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.5 
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2 
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1 
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1 
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1 
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2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

2 

1 



C B 
6 L 

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CLASS-PERIOD 



10 

12 

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12 

1 

5 

8 

9 

11 

12 

1 

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8 

9 

11 

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8 

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1 

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7 

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10 

12 

9 

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7 

8 

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11 

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11 

11 

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12 

1 

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11 

10 

12 

11 

1 

12 

11 

11 

11 

8 

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1 

11 

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.10 TO 
.10 TC 
.10 TU 
.10 TO 

.20 in 

.00 IC 

.re TO 

.10 TO 
.IC TO 

.10 TO 
.10 TC 
.00 TO 

• CO TO 
.10 TC 
.10 TO 
.00 TO 
.00 TC 
. 10 TO 
.10 TO 
.CO TC 
.10 TO 
.10 TO 
.1" TC 
.10 TO 
.20 TO 
.00 TC 
.CO TO 

• CO TO 

• CO TC 
.00 TO 
.00 TO 
.10 TC 
.10 TO 
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.00 TC 
.CO TO 
.00 TO 

.n TO 

.10 TO 

.10 TC 

.0" TC 

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.l'> TO 

.CC TO 

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.10 TO 

.10 TC 

.10 TO 

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.OC; TC 
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.10 TO 
.20 TO 
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.10 TC 

.or. TO 

.10 TO 

.10 TO 

.10 TC 

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."0 TO 

.10 TC 

.10 TC 

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.10 TC 

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.10 10 

.10 TC 

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.10 TO 

.10 TC 

.10 TO 

.10 TU 

.00 TO 

.ir' TO 

.11 TO 

.10 TC 

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2.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

10. OC TO 

11.10 TO 

12. 1-1 TU 

1.10 TC 

2.10 TC 

4.10 TO 

11.10 TU 

10. 00 TC 

11.1"> TU 

10.00 10 

10. CO TC 

1.10 TO 

2.10 TC 

1.10 TO 



11. bO AM 
1.00 PM 

12.00 N 
1.00 PM 
2.^0 PM 
7.10 PM 

8.50 AM 

9.51 AM 
12.00 N 

1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
b.50 AM 
9.50 AM 

12.00 N 
1.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 

12.00 N 
1.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.50 AM 
a. 50 AM 
9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 
I. 00 PM 
9.50 AM 

12.00 N 
2.00 PM 
7.50 AM 
8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 
1.10 PM 

4.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
9.50 AM 

1.01 PM 
7.50 AM 
2.10 PM 
8.50 AM 
I. 00 PM 
2.00 PM 

00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
6.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
5.00 PM 
11.00 AM 
3.10 PM 
12.00 N 

9.50 AM 
12.00 N 

1.00 PM 
12.00 N 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



,1? PM 
,50 AM 



9.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.no N 

2.00 PM 

I. 00 PM 

3.00 PM 

2.10 PM 

12.00 N 

10.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

12.00 N 

?.10 PM 

1.00 PM 

12.00 N 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

3. CI PM 

3.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

4.00 PM 



3.00 PM 

1.00 OM 

2.01 PM 
10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

1.10 "M 
2.00 PM 
3.00 PM 
5.00 PM 

12.10 N 

10.50 AM 

12.01 N 
10.50 AM 
11.50 AM 

3.00 PM 

4.00 PM 

3.11 PM 



M W 

M h 

t TH 

T TH 

T TH 
TH 

T TH 



T 
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t 

T 
T 

t 
T 

T 
T 
M 
M 
M 
M 

T 

T 

T 

T 

T 

TH 

M 

V 

M 
M 
M 
T 
T 
T 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
M 
K 
M 
M 
T 
T 
T 
T 



TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 

M 

TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 



W 

W 

TH 
TH 
TH 
W F 



I TH 

M k 



W 

TH 
TH 
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M 

T 

T 

T 

M 

M 

T TH 

T TH 

M M 

T TH 

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M ki 

DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

M 'M 

T TH 
M V, F 
DAILY 
DAILY 
OAILY 
DAILY 
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DAILY 
M W F 
M k 
M W F 
M V< 
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DAILY 
DAILY 
M ki 
T TH 
T TH 
T TH 
T TH 
T TH 
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DAILY 

M w F 

M h 

M W 

M V> 

M k 

M M 



M 

M R 
M M 



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F BR 
E BR 
C 8ft 
C BR 
C BR 
134 
E 
E 



BR 
E BR 
E BR 
E BR 
F PR 
P2C^ 
b203 
B203 
R203 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
134 
133 
283 
283 
283 
133 
283 
283 
2f 3 
283 
185 
185 
185 
283 
283 
185 
283 
187 
1E7 
187 
283 
187 
283 
263 
185 
245 
245 
245 
245 
245 
134 
158 
ANNEX 
ANNEX 

146 

HAkiS 

149 

ANNEX 

ANNEX 

ANNEX 

LN & 

ANNEX 

145 

146 

PL C 

CT A 

CT A 

CT A 

CT A 

146 

138 

144 

138 

144 

284 

284 

GOLF 

GOLF 

156 

156 

ANNEX 

158 

158 

146 

2 55 



PL C 

PL C 

PL C 

PL C 

134 

134 

134 

134 

134 

396 

C BR 

C BR 

3J6 

134 

185 

283 

283 



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ELkC 
ELWC 
FLWC 
FCwC 
Rft 

ELWC 
FLHC 
ELWC 
ELhC 
ELi«C 
ELWC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
RB 
Rfl 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
SB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
KB • 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 

ELWC 
ELWC 
ELWC 
ELWC 
ELWC 
RB 
RB 
SFH 
SFH 
RB 
FLO 
SFH 
SFH 
SFH 
SFH 
ELWC 
SFH 
SFH 
SFH 
RB 
TC8 
TCB 
TCB 
TCB 
SFH 
RB 
RB 
RB 
RB 
SFH 
SFH 
AREA 
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RB 
RB 
SFH 
RB 
RB 
RB 
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RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

ELWC 

ELWC 

FLWC 

FLWC 

RB 

RB 

RB 

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WOMEN CNLY 
WOMEN CNLY 



APPROV 
OK FEE 



WOMEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 



WOMFN CNLY 

WOMFN CNLY 

WOMEN CNLY 

WOMFN ONLY 

WCMFN UMI.Y 

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STVFF 
STAFF 
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ST^F = 
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RUSSiL A 
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STAFF 
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STIFF 
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MASOM 
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CHA'nF^S 3L 
JENSEN J I 
JENS=M I 
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STAFF 
STAFF 
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MA5 IM 
JENSEM 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFF 
STAFC 
STAFC 
STAFF 
HANSEN J 
STAFF 
STAFF 

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BUNKER R E 
JCHNSCN L C 
SILVSTE* LJ 
JACJ3SC>I PC 
JTNES J i< 
HARi<ISCN JM 
HA-(RISCN J" 
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JONES J R 
VALENT INE A 
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INDEX 



CATG 
DEPT NO 



SFC 



CGLRSE 
DEStRIPTIUN 



CR 



C B 
E L 
P K 



CLASS-PERinO 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



ROOM — BLDG 



SPECIAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPRQV 
OR FEE 



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^2320 
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42522 
42532 
42542 
42552 
42562 
42572 
42582 
42513 
42603 
42613 
42623 
42633 
42643 
42653 
426b3 
42673 
426B4 
42694 



427C4 
42714 
42724 
42734 
42744 
42754 
42 764 
42 77 5 



42785 
427S5 
42605 
42815 
42825 
42835 
42845 
42855 
42866 
42876 
42686 
42 896 
429C6 
42S16 
42926 
42S36 
42546 
42^57 
42967 
42977 
42987 
42 99 7 
43CCe 
43018 



PE 



PE 



PE 



314 
314 
330 
330 
341 
341 
341 
344 
344 
344 
368 
370 
3 71 



372 
373 
374 
3 75 

375 

3 75 

375 

3 75 

3 76 

376 

376 

377 

377 

378 

378 

379 

381A 

382 

384 

3 84 

386 

387 

388 

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406 

411 



P E 413 HUf 

PE 413 
446 
446 
449 
449 
461 
462 
464 

479 SEC 6 i 

479 SEC 5 



4 79 
4 79 
4 79 
479 
4 79 
4 79 
436 
570 
601 
63 3 
635 
645 
646 
647 
661 
662 
663 
691 
692 
694 
698 
699 
797 
799 



INTRAH 
INTPAV 
PRINC 
PPINC 
GEN KI 
CEN KI 
GCN M 
PHYSIC 
PHYSIO 
PHYSIC 
PHYS T 
i%R£STL 
FTBAt L 



LRAL SPCRTS 
LRAL SPflPTS 
Gt- PHYS ED 
CF FHYS to 
NES ILLOGY 
^E5ICLCGY 
NESILLCGY 
LCCY ACTIV 
LUCY ACTIV 
LCCY ACTIV 
HERAPY PRAC 
NC FNO CCACH 
FLNC COACH 



P E 372 HOf>E STl 



OY (211 H(.ce) 

PSKBALL fUNO CCACH 
T(<K FLO FUND COACH 
dASERALL FNO CCACH 
P E FUP TEACti PRIV 

P t FCR TEACH PRIM 



E S 



FOR 

F'JR 

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TCH 

TCH 
TCH 



StC TEAC 
see TEAC 
PH»S EFU 
PHYS ECU 
P E FCK 
^CC CANC 
MCO UNC 
FCLK CNC 

FCLK c^c 

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MUD ONCE 
TCFG ^'T^ 
CNCE IMF 
SPORTS L 
PRCiJ IM 



TEACH 
TEACH 
TEACF 
INTERN 
INTERM 
INTERM 
F NETH 
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C PPAC 
C PRAC 
SF FU 
E CFCR 
TECH S 
DFRF 
CERF 
L PALL 
CCMP- 

cs Mcn 

PCVISA 
FFICIA 
EFSCH 



PRIM 
PRIM 
PRIM 
GRO 
GRiJ 
GRO 
CDS 
COS 
TICM 
TICM 
TCH 
ECG 
K-OG 
TECH 
TbCH 
RM 
INTM 
UNC 
TICN 
TING 
ATFL 



LDY (210 tPCfl 



S FO 
S FUR 

I 

2 
3 
4 
5 
b 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 
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2 
1 
1 



UPG ACC CF PHYS 'zD 
AUPTV t CRPCTV P E 
ALPTV t CRRCTV P E 
PROO ATHl INJURIFS 
PRCO ATHL INJURIES 
TEST fFASR HCMEN 
ELFM STAT H (. P E 
INTRC TESIS H 6 PE 

1-STCP ^.C^EN. 

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SIC ST 
SFC ST 
SEC ST 
SEC ST 
SFC ST 
SEC ST 
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PROtiS 
PF FOP 
kLSRCH 
FUNC A 
LAri ME 
AJV PH 
SUPFPV 
A OKI N 
PL'VN.M 
cue AD 
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MASTER 
INDIV 
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MISSI 
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CANC 

IND 
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C PR 
CF AC 

PC 

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CILIT 
CN SE 

P F 
STUDY 
CT-MS 
SIS 
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PHYSICAL SCIENCE 



43C'.? 



43C5'. 
43C69 
43079 



PHY S 377 



1 SEC TCFG CURHC MD 



479 SEC 3 FOR I- 



PHY S 479 
479 
479 



STEP STULEMS 

StC STUrEM TCHG 

SFC STUDENT TCFG 

SFC STUDENT TCF:C 



PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY 



PHYSICS IOC 



RESERVED Ft R GEN 



MAJCR CODE 



003. 



2 CP 3 STUCEMTS 



LtAST UNt C 



SECTICNS 4 ANC 5 ARC 
CUFR STUDENTS 
PHYSICS ICO SFC 
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AT ANY OF itHE FCLLLxING HCURS 
MW AT 8. MwF AT 10 CR It, TTH AT 



12.1") TC 
9. CO TO 
9. CO TO 
8.00 10 
b.CO TC 
9.->0 TO 

11.1" TO 
8.0" TC 

10.00 TO 
1.10 TL 



I 

9, 

9 

8 

8, 

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12.00 N 

8.50 AM 
10.50 AM 

2.0" PM 



.00 PM 

■ 50 AM 

.50 AM 

.50 AM 

,50 AM 

,50 AM 



10. CO TC 10.50 AM 
12.10 TO 1.00 PM 



11.10 TC 

11.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

9.00 TO 

10.0" TO 

9. CO TO 

10. CO TO 

12.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

1.10 TO 

10. CO TO 

10. QC TO 

12. CO TC 

10.00 TC 

1.10 



AM 

AM 



12.00 N 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

9.50 
10.50 

9.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

2."" PM 

10.50 AM 

TO 2.00 PM 



12.00 TO 

12.10 10 
3.10 TC 

11.10 TC 
8.00 TO 
9. CO TO 
3.10 TO 
B.CO TC 

1".C" TC 
2.0C TC 
9.C" TO 

11.10 TC 



1.00 PM 

2.O0 PM 

4. no PM 

1.00 PM 

8.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

4."" PM 

10.00 AM 

12.00 N 

4.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

12.00 N 



8.00 TC 8.50 AM 
2.10 TC 3.00 PM 
10. CO TU 1C.50 AM 
11.1" TC 12.00 N 



5.CC TC 

9. CO TO 

12.10 TC 

8.0C TO 



7.30 PM 
9.50 AM 
1.00 PM 
8.50 AM 



4.00 TO 5.00 PM 
4.10 TC 5.00 PM 



4.10 

12.10 

7.CC 

9.00 
10. CO 

B.OO 

11. IC 

2.10 

11.1" 



TC 5, 

TO 1, 

IC 9, 

TO 9. 

TC 10. 

TC 8, 

TC 12. 

TC 3. 

TC 12, 

TC 3. 



12.1" 

i.ir 

B.CO 
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IC 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 



0" PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
50 AM 
5" AM 
50 AM 

no H 

00 PM 

"0 N 

00 PM 

50 AM 

CO PM 

0" PM 

50 AM 

"0 PM 



4.10 TC 5.00 PM 



78 



TH 
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DAILY 
OAILY 

M M 
Vl 
W 
h 

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u 
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M 
h 

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Vl 

W F 
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U F 
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T TH 

MWF 
M V« F 
M W 'F 
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M V< F 
M V. F 
T TH 



T P A 

M 

T e A 

M 

T B A 

M 

w V. F 

TH 

T TH 

M 



k 

M F 
U f 
TH 
TH 
TH 
W F 
VI 

TH 

TH 

Vl 

T B A 



H A 

a A 

B A 



M Vl F 



T a A 

T B A 
T B A 



203 
204 
262 
204 
285 
235 
235 
262 
262 
262 

241 
262 



262 
262 
285 
158 
202 
158 
202 
153 
158 
156 
158 
158 
158 
204 
204 



RB 

R8 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 
SFH 



SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

R8 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

KB 

RB 

RR 

RB 

RB 

RB 



204 RB 

^' GYM TRLC 

135 RB 



185 
C BR 
C BR 
134 
185 
185 
185 
2fi5 
285 



204 
265 
255 
255 
255 
257 
262 
262 



RB 

ELViC 

ELV^C 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 



RR 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 



262 SFH 
262 SFH 



231 
203 
262 
280 
280 
280 
280 
204 
280 
280 
204 
280 
204 
285 
280 



RB 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

RB 

SFH 

SFH 



390 ESC 



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MEN ONLY 
MEN ONLY 



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Ct 
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ROBISOM C 
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CHMHRLAIN 
CHMB^LAIN 
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RASMUS C J 
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MICHAELIS 
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100 
IOC 
100 
100 
100 

PHYSICS 10 

PHYSICS 10 

105 QUIZ A 

PHSCS lOi 
105 
105L 
105L 
105Q 
1050 
1050 
1050 
1050 



Z 
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5 

6 

90 



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PHYSICS lOo STU[ 



PHYSICS 108 LAB 



INTRC PHYSICS 

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QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QUIZ 

QLIZ 

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106 QUIZ ATEND/NCE RECUIPfU 



PHSCS 106 


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106Q 


1 


106C 


2 


107 


1 


107 


2 


107 


3 


107 


4 


107 


90 


108 


1 


108 


2 


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PHYSCS 121 SEC i 
FRICAYS 8 AM FOI 
3 MEETS ALjFERNA- 
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INTPO PHYSICS 

CUIZ 

QLIZ 

INTPO PHYSICS LAB 

INTRO PHYSICS LAB 

INTRO PHYSICS LAB 

INTRO PHYSICS LAB 

INTRO PHYSICS LAB 

INTRO PHYSICS LAS 

INTRO PHYSICS LAB 

UCV OF SCI THOUGHT 

MEETS ALTERNATE 

EXAM'S AND SEC 
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REQUIRED UjJIZ S|C 1,2 FCR HCNOPS 

PHSCS 121 2 PRINC CF PHYSICS 
121 3 PRINC CF PHYSICS 
121H 1 PRINC OF PHYSICS 
121Q 1 CUIZ 
121C 2 QUIZ 
12IQ 3 CUIZ 
121Q 4 CUIZ 
1210 5 CUIZ 
1210 6 QUIZ 
121Q 7 QUIZ 
121Q 8 CUIZ 
1210 9 QUIZ 
121Q 10 CUIZ 
1210 U QUIZ 
1210 12 QUIZ 

121Q 13 QUIZ 
1210 14 CUIZ 

PHYSICS 12? MEETS CN ALTERNATE 

FRICAYS AT 11 A* FOP EXAM'S. 

122 QUIZ AITENDjiNCE RECUIPfC 



PHSCS 122 
1220 
122Q 
1220 
122Q 
1220 
1220 



PHSCS 127 
127 
127 
127 
128 
128 
129 



1 
2 
3 
90 
1 
2 
1 



PRINC CF 

QUIZ 

CUIZ 

CUIZ 

CUIZ 

QLIZ 

CUIZ 



PHYSICS 



PHSCS 127 HOME ITUCY 1210 HPCBI 



OESCRIP ASTPCNCMY 
CESCRIP ASTPCNCMY 
OESCRIP ASTRONCMY 
DESCRIP ASTRCNC^Y 
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ELEf ASTPCNCMY LAB 
INTRC ASTPCNCMY 



b.CO Tf 

9. CO TC 

11.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

3.10 TO 



8.5C AM 
9.50 A« 
12. OC N 
1.00 PM 
'i.O'i PM 



7.45 TC 10.15 PM 



12. in TC 

5.45 TO 

3.1C TC 

5.r0 TC 

12.1f1 TO 

12.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

9.CC TC 



1.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

5.00 PM 

7.00 PM 

l.CC PM 

I. 00 PM 

l.OC PM 

12. '00 N 

9.50 AM 



2.10 TO 

2.10 TC 

11.10 TO 

7.0" TC 

10.00 TC 

1.10 TO 

7. CO TC 

5.CC TC 

11.10 TU 

3.10 TC 

2.10 TC 



N 
AM 



3.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

12. OC 

10. oo 

l.no PM 

4.0C PM 

10.no AM 

7.30 PM 

1.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

3.00 PM 



8.00 TC 

11.10 TC 

S.CC TO 

e.oo TO 

8. CO TC 

8.00 TO 

8.00 TC 

8. CO TO 

8.00 TO 

fl.CO TC 

8.0" TO 

.10 TO 

.10 TC 

.10 TO 

.17 TC 

.10 TO 

.10 TO 



8.50 AM 

12.00 N 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

B.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.53 AM 

12.03 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 



11.10 


TC 


12. CO 


N 


T 


TH 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


W 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


k 


11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M 


W 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


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8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M 


W 


8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M 


M 



10. CO TC 10.50 AM 
1.10 TC 2.00 PM 



2.10 TO 
5.00 TC 
7.00 TO 



3.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
9.00 PM 



n.CO TO 10. CO PM 
1.10 TC 2.00 PM 



M ta 
T TH 
MTkiF 
MTWF 
M h F 
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M ^ 
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M V> 



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TH 
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M V. F 
M V. F 
M V. F 
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Tt- 
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TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
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M M 
M W 
M k. 
F 
W 

TH 
T TH 



AUO 

AUD 
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168 
260 
260 



260 
260 
265 
307 
307 
366 
367 
200 
3?1 
271 
288 
1C9 
U21 
116 
134 
136 
367 



260 
260 
260 
280 
3*70 
370 
265 



JSfl 

JSB 

BR MB 

BRMR 

FSC 

ESC 



260 


ESC 


280 


ESC 


480 


moB 


480 


HIDB 


367 


ESC 


430 


ESC 


134 


MSCB 


299 


MSCB 


3C7 


MSCB 



265 


ESC 


450 


ESC 


366 


ESC 


375 


FSC 


375 


ESC 


375 


ESC 


375 


ESC 


380 


ESC 


375 


ESC 


375 


ESC 


274 


MARB 



FSC 

ESC 

ESC 

MSCB 

MSCB 

ESC 

ESC 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 

ESC 

MSCB 

SFLC 

MSCfl 

MSCB 

MSCB 

ESC 



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ESC 


136 


MSCB 


440 


ESC 


134 


MSCH 


307 


MSCB 


271 


MSCB 


137 


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ESC 
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INDEX 



CA 
UEPT NO 



SEC 



CCUBSE 
CESCPIPTIUM 



C B 

I L 
P K 



CLASS-PERIOn 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



RCOM—BLDG 



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43676 
43686 
436<i6 
43706 

43716 

43726 

43736 

43746 

43756 

43767 

43f77 

43787 

437S7 

43907 

43817 

43827 

43837 

438*7 

43858 

43868 

43i78 

43688 

43898 

43908 

43918 

43S28 

43938 

43949 

43959 

43969 

43979 

43989 

43999 

44000 

44010 

44021 

44031 

44041 

44051 

44161 



44071 
44081 
44C91 
44101 
44112 
44122 
44132 
44142 
44152 
44162 
441 r2 
44182 
44192 
<4203 
44213 
44223 
'4233 
44243 
44253 



PHSCS 13 

PHSCS 13 
16 

PHYSICS 

REQUIRED 

PHSCS 



hOMt SruUY 1210 hRCB) 



1 FNVIPCNf'NTL PHYSIC 
1 DESC ACCLS MUS SP 



STUDP 
ATT 



EMD 



MS APE 

A 3 HR . LAfl 



PHYSICS 2 



REOUIREO 



0UI2 SECT 



PHSCS 



201 

201 

201 

2C1 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

201 

2010 

2010 

20 IC 

2010 

201C 

201Q 

2010 

201C 



1 
2 

90 
1 

2 

3 

4 
5 

6 

7 

e 

9 
10 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
IB 
19 
2C 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
3'^ 
31 
32 
33 
90 
91 
92 
93 



PHSCS LCI-r PhTGPHY 
PHSCS LGKT FHTGPHY 
PHSCS LGH FHTQPHY 

LAB 

LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAfi 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAS 
LAB 
LAB 
LAS 
LAC 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAO 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAC 
LAR 
LAO 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAO 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 
LAB 



STUDENTS ARE 



ATTEMO A LAH *hC 



CKS 



1 
1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 

8 
9 
10 
I 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



GENERAL fHYSICS 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAO 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

LAB 

CUU 

CUI^ 

CUlZ 

CUIZ 

CUI7 

QUI 2 

CUIZ 

CUU 



12.10 TO 
9.00 IC 



8. CO 

12.10 

6.fC 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 

12. IC 

1.10 

1.10 

2.10 

2. 10 

3.10 

3.10 

4. in 

4.10 

5.00 

5.00 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 

12.10 

i.ir 



.10 
,10 
,10 
,10 
,10 

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,10 
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11 .10 

11.10 

12.10 

12.10 

1.10 

1.10 

2.10 

2.10 

3.10 

3.1C 

4.10 

4.10 

5.00 

5.00 

11.10 

11. IC 

12.10 

12.10 

1.10 

1.10 

2.10 

2.10 

3.10 

3.10 

4.10 

4.10 

11.10 

11.10 

12.10 

12.10 



4.10 
4.10 
7.45 

7.45 
8.45 
8.45 
5.00 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 



1.00 PM 
9.50 AM 



TC 8 
10 1 
10 7 
TO 12 
TO 12 



,50 AM 
,00 PM 
.40 PM 



PM 
PM 



TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
IC 
TO 
IC 
TO 



IC 12 

in 12 

IC 1 



TO 
10 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TC 
TO 
10 
TC 



10 12 
TO 12 
TC 1 



TO 

TC 

in 

TC 
TO 
TC 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 



TC 12 
TO 12 



TC 

TO 
10 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 



TO 12 
TO 12 



IC 

10 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TO 
IC 
TO 



10 10 

in 10, 

IC 6 

10 6 

10 7 

TO 7 



,30 PM 
,30 PM 
.30 PM 
,30 PM 
.30 PM 
,30 PM 
.30 PM 
,30 PM 
.30 PM 
,30 PM 
,30 PM 
,30 PM 
,30 PM 
.30 PM 
. 3" PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
,30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PI* 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.15 PH 
.15 PM 
.15 PM 
.15 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 
.30 PM 



12.10 TO 

7. CO TO 

1.10 10 

4.10 TC 

8.00 TO 

1.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

7.00 10 

7. CO TC 

1.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

12.10 IC 

12.10 TO 

12.10 10 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

9.00 10 

9.Cn IC 

2.n TO 



1.00 
10. CO 

4.00 

7.00 

11.00 



.00 
.00 



13.00 
10.00 
4.00 
7.00 
1.00 
1. 00 
1.00 
1.00 
l.OO 
9.50 
9.50 
3. on 

80 



M t. F 
M h F 



1H 
TH 



M *■ F 

T 
T 

T 
W 
W 

w 

w 

TH 

TH 

TH 

T 



IH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 



230 
260 



445 
445 
260 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
28^ 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
232 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
283 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 
288 
282 



260 
375 
3 75 
375 
375 
375 
375 
375 
375 
37 5 
37 5 
36 7 
366 
26 4 
269 
367 
367 
366 
367 



ESC 
ESC 



MARB 

MARR 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

tsc 

ESC 
ESC 

esc 

ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 

rsc 

ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
ESC 
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ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

FSC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

HSC6 

MSCB 

MCKO 

ESC 

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STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

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STAFF 

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STAFF 

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CCLPSK 
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C H 
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D«YS 
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1*263 
1*273 
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Li*2l3 
*3.1* 
4314 
*324 
433<i 

435* 
436* 



4374 
4364 
43*5 
4415 
44 IS 
4425 
4435 
4445 
4455 
i4465 
14475 



PHVJICS 2C2 
RFULlPEn TU 
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PHSCS 202 
2021 
202t 
202L 
202L 
202L 
202Q 
2020 
202Q 
202J 
202C 

PMVSICS 211 



PHSCS 211 
211 
2IIC 
2110 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 
214 

PHYSICS 221 

TAKE PHVSi 

CCNCUKRENTL 

221 UUI2 

UUIZ SEC 1 

PHYSICS 221 

ALTERNATE F 



STUD 

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2 
3 

4 
5 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 

STUD 



MS ARC 

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LA(j 

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LAB 

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CUt2 

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MS ARE iilOLIREL; Ti ATI 



211 our; ATtENCA (Ct =^LtuI^CL; 



90 

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2 
1 
2 
3 



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PHSCS 221 
221H 
221C 
221Q 
2210 
22U' 
22IQ 
221Q 
2210 
2210 



5 
6 

7 

STtIO 
214 
Y. 

tNr.A 

FOR 2 

SEC 

RIDAY 

2 
1 
1 

2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



PHYSICS 222 STUrifMS SHCLLC 



TAKE PHYSICS 316 



CCNCURRENTL 
PHYSICS 22 
FRIPAYS 9 I 



0UI2 ATTENOANCF 



PHSCS 222 
2220 
2220 
300 
316 
316 
316 
318 
321 
341 

PHYSICS 387 

RE3L1REG IC 

PHSCS 307 
387L 
3a7L 
387L 
3H7L 
391H 
431 
497A 
497B 
497C 
SUA 
5138 
513C 
517 



PWINC PHYS CLASSCL 
PRINC PhYS CLASSCL 

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CUIZ 

PRlNC PHYSICS LArt 

PRINC PhYSICS LAB 

PMNC PhYSICS LAH 

PUNG PHYSICS LAH 

PRINC Physics L-B 

PRINC Pt-YSICS LAH 

PPINC PHYSICS LAO 



MS SHCLLC 
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PRINC CF PHYSICS 

PRINC CF fFYSICS 

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CUIZ 

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WEFT 
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1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
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STUD 

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1 
2 
3 
4 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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12. 
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11.00 AM 

4.00 PM 

CO TC 10.00 AM 

CO PM 



10 TC 

"C TC 
10 TO 



IC TO 

ir TC 

IC TC 

I" TO 
IT TC 
CO TC 
O.CO TO 



6. no PM 
1.00 PM 

i.;o PM 

1.00 PM 
9.50 AM 
9.50 AM 



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i.ir TC 

l.K TC 



7.'"0 TO 

2.10 TO 

7. CO TC 

2.10 TO 

7. CO TO 

n.ro TO 

2.10 TO 



2.00 PM 

7.35 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

5."C PM 

10.10 AM 

5.00 PM 

10.no AM 

1.00 PM 

5.00 PM 



1.10 
1.10 
I.IC 
1.10 
1.10 
1.10 
I. 10 
9. CO 
9. CO 
12.10 



TC 2.nO PM 



TO 
TC 
TC 
TC 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TO 
TC 



2.00 PM 
2.03 PM 
2.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
2.00 PM 
9.50 AM 
9.50 AM 
1.00 PM 



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9 

9. 

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10. 

1. 

1. 

8. 
11. 

9. 



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00 TO 

cr TC 

CO TC 
00 TC 

n TC 

10 TC 
00 TO 



9.50 AM 

9.51 AM 

9.50 AM 
8.50 AM 
1.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
8.50 AM 
10 TO 12.00 N 
CO TO 9.50 AM 



2.10 TC 

7.00 10 

12.10 TO 

7. CO TC 

12. K. TC 

9.00 TC 

12.10 TO 



3.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

3,00 PM 

10.00 AM 

3.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 



9, CO TO 9.50 AM 



W F 

F 

TH 

TH 



T TH F 



V< F 



M W F 
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T TH 
H W F 

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M 

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M W F 

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M W F 



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380 
380 
390 
380 
380 
261 
2C0 
257 
109 
120 



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ESC 
ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

MSCB 

HSC8 

MSCB 

MSCB 

MSCB 



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265 
367 
109 
370 
3 70 
3 70 
370 
370 
370 
370 



280 
134 

2eo 

288 
370 
370 
370 
367 
265 
265 



181 
181 
181 
181 
181 
288 
450 



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FSC 

ESC 

MSCB 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

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4*12S 

4486C 
44a7C 

4AS0C 

44920 
44931 
44941 
44951 
44961 
44971 
44961 
44991 
45C02 
45013 
45C23 
45033 



45194 
45205 
45215 



4522 5 
45235 
45245 
45255 
45265 
45275 
45285 
45296 
453C6 
4531£ 
45326 
45336 
45346 
4535A 
45366 
45376 
45387 
4S397 



45407 
45417 



45427 
4543 7 
45447 
45457 
45467 
45^78 
45488 
45498 
45508 
45518 
45528 
45538 
45548 
45558 
45569 
45579 
45589 
45599 
45609 
45619 
45629 
45639 
4564S 
456 50 
4566C 
45670 
4S68C 



45690 
45700 
4571G 
4572C 
45 130 
45741 
45751 
45761 
45771 
45781 
45791 
4S801 
45811 
45821 
45£32 
45642 
45S52 



CATC 
DEPT NO 



PHSCS 527 
536 
551 
555 
561 
562 
611 
617 
621 
631 
641 
651 
655 
681 
691 
697 
699 
699 
791 
797 
799 
799 



PL SC 105 
105 
105 

110 StC 1 G 

PESERVeO 



FO* 



AND IS OPTIDNAL 



PL SC 110 
110 
110 
UOL 
llOL 
llOL 
llOL 
llOL 
UOL 
UOL 
UOL 
UOL 
UOL 
UOL 
UOL 
UOL 
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300 
300 
300 
300L 
300L 
300L 
300 L 
310 
310 
3U 
330 
330 
3 50 
355 
359 
3 6" 
361 
370 
371 
402 
402 
498R 
499 
502 



PL 



SC 506 
508 
510 
511 
525 
550 
552 
556 
563 
564 
568 
573 
645R 
696R 
697R 
698R 
699 



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90 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

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12 

13 

14 

15 



1 
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1 
2 

90 
1 
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3 
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1 

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INTRC IN 
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11 .IC TC 1?.00 N 

2.10 TO 3. CO PM 

?.10 TC 4.01^ PM 

3.10 TC 4.00 PM 

I'^.nC TC 10. 5C AM 



9.CC TO 

9. CO TC 

12.10 TC 

8.00 TC 



9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

i.^f^ AM 



11 .10 TO 12.00 N 
Z.IO TO 3.00 PM 
4.10 TO 5.00 PM 



4. If" TC 5. no PM 



II .10 TC la.OO N 
6.0': TO 7.40 PM 
6.':0 TO 7.40 PM 



11 .10 
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8.00 
9.00 

11.10 
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10.00 
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1.10 
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51 A1 
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7. CO TC 

7.11 TC 

10.01 TO 

2.10 TC 

11.10 TC 

7.45 TO 

3.10 TO 

1 .K TC 

7.31 TO 

P. 00 TC 

1.1? TC 

5.00 TC! 

B.11 TO 

8.00 TO 

1.10 TO 

H.OO TO 

10.cn TO 

5.00 IC 



9.50 AM 

2.30 PM 

7.30 PM 

10.50 AM 

3.00 OM 

7.30 PM 

7.5 AM 

7.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

3.00 PH 

12.30 PM 

10.15 PM 

00 PM 

30 PM 

ni AM 

50 AM 

30 PM 

31 PM 



8.5n AM 

9.3 AM 

2.30 PM 

9.30 AM 

10.50 AM 

7.30 PM 



11.10 TO 12.30 PM 
11 .10 TC 12.31 PM 



7.30 TC 

1.10 TC 

I.JO TC 

11.10 TO 

1. 10 TL 

8.30 TO 

3.30 TO 

3.00 TC 

9. CO TO 

7.45 TO 

7.45 TC 

12.31 TO 

3.10 TO 

1.10 TC 

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2.30 PM 
3.00 PM 

12.30 PM 

3.00 PM 

10.00 AM 

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15 PM 

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5.11 PM 



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288 
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M M F 


261 


MCKB 






MOFFITT J W 


6155 


111 


3 


GENERAL FSYCHOLOGY 


3 


5 


10. CO TO 10.50 


AM 


M h F 


261 


MCKB 






BUDGE H S 


6C65 


111 


4 


GENERAL FSYCHOLOGY 


3 


5 


10.00 TO n.5'> 


AM 


M W F 


164 


JKB 






BEiJNlON •« C 


6C75 


lU 


5 


GENERAL FSYCHOLOGY 


3 


c 


1.10 TO 2.00 


PM 


M H F 


179 


JS8 






STIM^SCN OV 


6085 


111 


6 


GENERAL PSYCHUI OGY 


3 


J 


2.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


M W F 


184 


JKB 






JENKINS T F 


6C95 


111 


7 


GENERAL FSYCHOLOGY 


3 


c 


12.10 TO 1.00 


PM 


M h F 


194 


JKB 






STAFF 


6106 


111 
PSYCH 211 H 
PSYCH 240 H 


90 
)ME S 

:me s 


GENEkAL FSVtHOLOGY 
UDY (210 ERCB) 
IJDY (zn ERCH) 


3 


J 


5. CO TC 7.30 


PM 


U 


1260 


SFLC 




E 


HIGBEE K L 


6116 


PSYCH 240 


1 


PEKS t SEC ALMLST 


2 


c 


11.10 TC 12,00 


N 


T TH 


[101 


SFLC 






WEIGHT G 


iel26 


240 
PSYCH 320 H 


90 
]ME S 


PtRS t SEC ADMLST 
UDY (210 ERCRI 


7 


c 


6. CO TC 7.40 


PM 


TH 


1236 


SFLC 




E 


WEIGHT G 


613£ 


PSYCH 32C 


1 


PSYCE CF CHILUECCU 


3 




11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


M V. F 


.103 


SFLC 






BUJGE H S 


61A6 


320 


2 


PSYCH CF CHIlOhOOD 


3 




1.10 TO 2.00 


PM 


M t« F 


!219 


SFLC 






TAYLJR G G 


6156 


320 
PSYCH 321 H 


90 

^ME s 


PSYCH CF CHILDHOOD 

u;jY (210 ERcni 


3 




5.00 TO 7.30 


PM 


W 


257 


EDLC 




E 


CUhDICK 8 P 


itl66 


PSYCH 321 


1 


(^SYCH CF AUCLESCEN 


3 




9.00 TC 9.50 


AM 


M t« F 


?2il 


SFLC 






BUDGE H S 


.6176 


321 


? 


PSYCH CF ADCLESCEM 


3 




2.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


M W F 


267 
?201 


HGR 






LAMBERT M 


(6186 


321 


90 


PSYCH LF ACCLESCEN 


3 




f.C TC 7.30 


PM 


W 


SFLC 




E 


BUOGE H S 




PSYCH 322 H 


3MF S 


UDY (211 EPCli) 
























PSYCH 330 H 


:ne s 


LDY (210 ERCei 






















'.6H7 


PSYCH 330 


1 


INDUSTRIAL PSYCH 


2 


5 


11.10 TO 12. lO 


N 


T TH 


3236 


SFLC 






TAYLT^ » G 


i.62C7 


330 


g"" 


INOLSTRIAL FSYCH 


2 


5 


5.50 TO 7.30 


PM 


tt 


3232 


SFLC 




F 


TAYLOR G G 


'^62 17 


336 


1 


PERSCNNtL PSYCH 


2 


J 


7. CO TO 7.50 


AM 


M M 


1317 


SFLC 






BATES L 


46227 


337 

PSYCH 350 H 


1 

JME S 


PRACT PEPS PSYCH 
UL'Y (210 HPCBl 


2 


t 


7.C" TO 7.50 


AM 


F 


1317 


SFLC 






BATES L 


'16237 


PSYCH '350 


1 


INTRC TC see PSYCH 


3 


J 


8. CO TO P. 50 


AM 


M k> F 


?2C1 


SFLC 






BUNKED S L 


*6Z<.7 


350 


2 


INIRC TC sec PSYCH 


3 


c 


1.30 TC 10.00 


AM 


T TH 


1219 


SFLC 






SEGGA-t J F 


<ifc257 


350 


3 


INTRC TL sec PSYCH 


3 


5 


11.10 TCI 12. "0 


N 


M W F 


2201 


SFLC 






SMITH K H 


*6267 


350 


4 


INTRO TC sec PSYCH 


3 


5 


11.10 TO 12.00 


N 


M h F 


1101 


SFLC 






LARSEN V W 


'.6277 


350 


5 


INTRC TC sec PSYCH 


3 


5 


12. ?C TC 2.01 


PM 


T TH 


1215 


SFLC 






BLAKE R H 


46238 


350 

PSYCH 357 H 


90 
JME S 


INTRC TO sec PSYCH 
ULY (210 ERCO) 


3 


( 


5.00 lU 7.30 


PM 


TH 


2228 


SFLC 




■E 


BUNKER G L 


46298 


PSYCH 357 


I 


(iRP PEL LEADERSHIP 


3 


J 


9.0'' TO 11.00 


AM 


M t» 


7 


JKB 






SPENCER fl A 


4630d 


357 


3 


GRP PEL LfAOCRSHIP 


3 


5 


1.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


T TH 


319A 


SFLC 






HA^OY K R 


463ia 


357 


90 


G»P REL LEADERSHIP 


3 


c 


6.CC TC 10.00 


PM 


W 


7 


JKB 




E 


HARDY K R 


46328 


360 


1 


SE'MSATICN G PtRCEP 


3 


J 


2.10 TO 3.00 


PM 


M V, F 


UOl 


SFLC 






FLEMING 


4633a 


362 


I 


COGNITIVE FROCESS 


3 




U.IC TL 12.00 


N 


M W F 


1245 


SFLC 






DANIELS P 3 


46348 


365 


1 


fCIIVATILN 


3 


t 


10.0" TO 10.50 


AM 


M W F 


115 


JKB 






HARDY K R 


46358 


365 


2 


WCTIVATICN 


3 


c 


2.10 TC 3.00 


PM 


M V, F 


235 


ESC 






TAYLOR G G 


46 36 8 


365 


90 


t'OlIVATICN 


3 


5 


7.45 TO 10.15 


PM 


TH 


L317 


SFLC 




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WEAVER H A 


46 37 9 


3 69 


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PSYCH t'ETHCCS 


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5 


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M W F 


L317 


SFLC 






CCCPER L M 


46389 


369 


2 


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1 


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M W F 


317 


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DEPT 



CATG 



SEC 



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46449 
464S9 



4646C 
46470 
4646 C 
46490 
46S00 
46S1C 
4652 
46530 
4654C 



46551 
46561 
46571 



46561 
46591 
46601 
46611 
46621 
46631 
46642 
46652 
46662 
46672 
46682 
46692 
46732 
46712 
46722 
46733 
46743 
4675 3 
46763 
46773 
46763 
46793 
46603 
46813 



46624 
46834 
46E44 
46854 
46864 
46674 
46684 
46894 
469C4 
46915 

4692 5 

4693 5 

4694 5 
46955 
46S65 
46S75 
46985 
46995 
470C7 
47017 
47C27 
47C37 
47047 
4705 7 
47C6 7 
47077 
47087 
47096 



370 sec 90 

PSYCH 370 
370 
370 
370 
370L 
370L 
370L 

PSYCH 374L 

PSYCH 374 
374 
374 
3 74 
378 
378L 
385 
385 
430 

440 SEC 90 

PSYCH 440 
440 
440 



1 HOU« LAS TBA 



1 
2 
3 

90 
1 

2 
3 

SEC 9 

1 
2 
3 

90 

1 

1 

1 
90 

1 



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ABNCR»'AL FSYCH 
ABNORMAL FSYCH 
ABNCFfAL FSYCH. 



PSYCH 445 HOME SjTUDY (2ir l-PCiJ) 
PSYCH 450 HCME STCDY (210 HPCfi) 



PSYCH 450 
450 
450 
454 
454 
460 
460 
460 
491R 
491R 
491R 
491R 
49 5 
520 
530 
530 
550 
555 
560 
570 
5 80 
597R 
610 
630 

640 SEC 90 

PSYCH 640 
640 
641 
641 
645 
651 
662 
570 
670L 
670L 
678 
682 
682 
690 
695R 
699 
749R 
750 
751 
752 
753 
7B4R 
789R 
789R 
792R 
795R 
797R 
799 



1 

2 
90 
1 
90 
1 
2 
90 
1 
2 
3 
5 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



PERSCN 

PERSCN 

PERSCN 

PSYCH 

PSYCH 

PRIN C 

PRIN n 

PRIN 

PSYCHO 

PSYCip 

PSYCHC 

PSYCHC 

INCEPE 

ACV DE 

THE RE 

THE RE 

PERSCN 

GRGLP 

LEARM 

COfPUT 

CU^PAR 

INDEPN 

HIST S 

ATTITU 



AL ITY 
AL ITY 
ALITY 
CF RE 
CF RE 
F LtA 
F LEA 
F LEA 
LCGY 
LCCY 
LCGY 
LCGY 
NDENT 
VEL^T 

s sec 
s sec 

ALITY 
CYNAf' 
NG TE 
BFHA 
"iTIVE 
CNT R 
YSTEf- 
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LIGIUN 

LIGIUN 

RNING 

RNING 

FNING 

SEMINAR 

SEMINAR 

SEMINAR 

SEMINAR 

• READ 

L PSYCH 
PSYCH 
FSYCH 
THEORY 

ICS 

ECRY 

V SCI EN 
PSYCH 

ESEARCH 

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4 HOU^S LAB TBA 



1 
90 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
I 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 



INTELLIG 

INTELLIG 

PERSLNAL 

PERSCNAL 

PROFESS 

PYSCHCPA 

CO^PLX T 

ACV STAT 

LAb 

LAB 

MFASUREM 

CHILE Th 

CHILD TH 

SEM RESP 

INOEPENC 

MASTERS 

CLIMCS 

CLIMCAL 

CLIMCAL 

CLIMCAL 

HCSPITAL 

SENSITIV 

PRAC THE 

PRAC THE 

SFf SCCI 

SEM CLIN 

INOEP RE 

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FNCE TES 
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FPCB PSY 
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47128 
47138 
47146 
47158 
47168 
47178 
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47269 
47270 
47280 



P AOM 6U0 
601 
601 
602 
602 
603 
603 
603 
606 
607 
6 08 
609 
610 
610 
610 
640R 
541R 
642ft 
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S.OO TC 11.00 AM 
8. CO TL) 10.00 AM 



8.00 TO 10. or, AM 
I.IO TC 2.00 PM 



1.10 TO 

5. CO lu 

11.10 TC 

11.10 ^a 



3.00 PM 
7.3C PM 
12.00 N 
1.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.0" N 

5.00 TC 7.30 PM 
12.10 TO 1.00 PM 



1.10 TO 2.00 PM 
2.10 TC 3.00 PM 
5.CC TC 7.33 PM 



11.10 
2 

7 



TO 
10 TC 
45 TC 



.00 TC 
.45 TO 



9, 

7, 

E.OO TC 

9. 

5, 

9. CO TC 
10.00 TC 
12.10 TU 

1.10 TO 



.15 PM 
.50 AM 



.00 
.00 



12.00 N 

3.00 PM 
10, 
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25 PM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

30 PM 

50 AM 

10.5'^ AM 

l.OO PM 

2.00 PM 



11.10 TO 12.00 N 
12.45 10 2.00 PM 



1.10 TO 
8. CO TO 



2.00 PM 
8.50 AM 



10. CC TC 10.50 AM 

12.10 TC 1.00 PM 

«.30 TC 10.00 AM 

8.00 TC 10. OC AM 

9. CO TO 9.50 AM 

11.10 TO 12.00 N 



R.CO 

5. CO 

fi.CO 

2.10 

9,00 

2.10 

3.10 

IC.CC 

3.10 

3.10 

I.IO 

10.00 

10.00 

1.10 



TO 10. 

TO 7, 

TC 10, 

TO 4, 

TO 9, 

TC 3. 

TO 5, 

TO 10. 

TO 5, 

TO 5, 

TC 2, 

TC 12. 

TO 12, 

TC 2, 



00 AM 

00 PM 

OO AM 

00 PM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

no PM 

50 AM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

OC N 

00 N 

i,o PM 



) .ir TO 3.00 PM 

3.10 TU 4.00 PM 

3.10 TO 4.0C PM 

12.10 TC 1.00 PM 

3.10 TC 4.00 PM 



7.30 TC 
1.10 TO 
6.30 TCI 
I.IC TO 
6.30 TO 
1.10 TC 
5.30 TO 
6.3C TO 



00 AM 

50 PM 
00 PM 
33 PM 
CO PM 
O'l PM 
00 PM 
"0 PM 



6.30 TO 10.00 AM 
1.30 TO 2.30 PM 
3.10 TO 4.30 PM 



l.n TO 

6.30 TC 

6.30 TU 

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1.10 TC 

3. 10 TO 



3.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
2. 3" PM 
5.00 PM 



M k 
M h 
M W 
M VI 
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M w F 

T TH 
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M M 

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M k F 
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1227 
1227 
1227 
1227 
1227 
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340 
1317 
1317 
3245 
1227 
1227 
1317 
340 
235 



SHIC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 



BRMB 
■SFLC' 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
SFLC 
BRMB 
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1205 SFLC 
1121 SFLC 
1317 SFLC 



115 
1103 
3215 
1121 
1205 
3215 

213 

231 
13058 
13C5B 
13050 
13"56 

257 
1121 
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235 
218 
1101 
1223 
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3270 SFLC 
1319R SFLC 



257 
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155 
1305R 

257 

2307 

3246 

1227 

1227 

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257 

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SFLC 
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SFLC 
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SFLC 

SFLC 

JKB 

SFLC 

EOLC 

SFLC 

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257 EDLC 

257 EDLC 

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135 

331 

256 

231 

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A173 

2310 

A003 

3 55 

295 
104 
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257 
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115 



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121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
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121 
121 
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5."0 PM 



10. CC IC 10.50 AM 
12.10 TO 3.00 PM 



2.10 TC 

3.10 TC 

U.l" TO 

2.ir TO 



5.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
2.00 ■■'M 
5.00 PW 



3.10 TC 6.00 PM 
3.1c TO 6.00 PM 
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12.11 TCI l.OC PM 
1 .10 TO 7.00 PM 



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ll.n TC 12.00 N 

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lO.CO TC 10.50 AM 



1.1" TO 

5.:r TC 

4.K TO 



2,00 PM 
7.00 PM 
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9.00 TO 9.50 AM 

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4.10 TO 6.00 PM 



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11.10 TO 12.00 N 

9 .00 TO 11.10 AM 

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7.50 AM 

7.50 AM 
8.50 
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9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

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REL 121 


32 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




n.ic 


TC 


I2.ni 


.M 


M k> 


273 


JSB 






CHfES'H'l P^ 




4B<<13 


121 


33 


INTRU 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




11.10 


TO 


I2.'10 


N 


M W 


?4fl 


MAR6 






BUN<:1 ; L : 




46423 


121 


34 


INTRC 


PCCK 


Cf 


^DRM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M V> 


I5ft 


jsu 






ST6V^^SCN JG 




^S'lJS 


121 


35 


IMRC 


BCCK 


OF 


KCSH 


2 




11. 1" 


in 


1 2 . tn 


N 


M W 


215 


JS8 






STAFC 




4e<i<>'> 


121 


36 


INTRC 


eCCK 


OF 


^ORM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


348 


MARH 






PAU'miN 4J 




^a'iSA 


121 


37 


INTRC 


CCCK 


CF 


^'^)R^• 


2 




11.1) 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


25 


JKH 






PANKHEAI RE 




4346<i 


121 


38 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.'^0 


N 


T TH 


748 


MARB 






STIFF 




48474 


121 


39 


INTRC 


bCCK 


or 


fCf 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


176 


JSP 






PATCH •« C 




48484 


121 


40 


INTRC 


DCCK 


CF 


F.OKM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


324 


MARB 






STIFF 




484 <;4 


121 


41 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


fORM 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


373 


MAwn 






FUOAL J P 




48504 


121 


42 


INTRC 


eccK 


cr 


MORM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


77 


JS9 






STAFF 




48514 


121 


43 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




12. IC 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M V 


176 


JS8 






ST4FP 




48524 


121 


44 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


MORi'1 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M V. 


770 


JSB 






MCSHRVY < H 




48535 


121 


45 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.10 


TO 


l.IO 


PM 


M h 


240 


JSP 






CALL \ 




4*}545 


121 


46 


INTRC 


RCCK 


CF 


VCRM 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M Vi 


215 


JSB 






ST IFF 




4»b55 


121 


47 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MOMM 


7 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M V. 


2320B 


SFLC 






ST»F- 




48565 


121 


48 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


27" 


JSB 






ST^pe 




48575 


121 


49 


INTRC 


8CCK 


CF 


F'ORM 


2 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


215 


JSB 






STAFF 




48565 


121 


50 


INTRC 


PCtK 


CF 


MURM 


2 












T B A 






NURSES ONLY 




ST^FF 




48595 


121 


51 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.10 


TC 


Li-'O 


PN 


T TH 


179 


JSB 






STIFF 




486C5 


121 


52 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


f.ORM 


2 




12.10 


TC 


I. 00 


PM 


T TH 


167 


MCK8 






BARRETT 1 J 




48615 


121 


53 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


fORM 


? 




12.10 


TC 


l.OC 


PM 


T TH 


158 


JSB 






STAFF 




48626 


121 


54 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


205 


JSB 






STAFF 




4863 6 


121 


55 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




l.IO 


TO 


2. no 


PM 


M k 


205 


JSP 






ST>FF 




48646 


121 


56 


I'KTRC 


BOCK 


CF 


MORM 


? 




1.10 


TO 


2.0C 


PM 


M W 


250 


JSB 






LAURIT^EN K 




48656 


121 


57 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




I.IQ 


TO 


2.10 


PM 


M » 


323 


MARB 






STAFF 




46666 


121 


58 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


MlJRM 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.10 


PM 


M k< 


270 


JSB 






HENTLEY ^ t 




4B676 


121 


59 


INTRC 


flCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M k 


215 


JSB 






CtOK \ 1) 




48686 


121 


60 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




l.IO 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


234 


MARB 






CHiJ-(C.» S R 




4e6?6 


121 


61 


INTRC 


PCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


270 


JSB 






FUGAL J » 




48706 


121 


62 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 


f 


l.IO 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


445 


MARB 






PARRSTf I J 




48717 


121 


63 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MURM 


2 




1 .10 


TC 


2.'"'0 


PM 


T TH 


324 


MAKP 






STAFF 




46727 


121 


64 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


774 


MARB 






SHIPL.TS L G 




48737 


121 


65 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MO^M 


2 




1.10 


TO 


l.'^O 


PM 


M t. 


261 


MCKB 






SK3USF i W C 




48747 


121 


66 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M V 


158 


JSB 






PARRCM H H 




48757 


121 


67 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M M 


270 


JSH 






PATSC^S R £ 




48767 


121 


68 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CE 


MORM 


2 




2.1C 


TO 


3.0" 


PM 


M k 


261 


MCKR 






skjusei^ •« c 




48777 


121 


69 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MURM 


2 


c 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M h 


775 


JSP 






STAFF 




48787 


121 


70 


INTRC 


ECCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


?15 


JSB 






CCCK A J 




487S7 


121 


71 


INTRC 


ECCK 


CF 


fORM 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


M k 


179 


JSB 






ST«FF 




48808 


121 


72 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M V< 


176 


JSP 






PATC1 < C 




48818 


121 


73 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


^ORM 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


3 24 


MARB 






FUGAL J " 




48828 


121 


74 


INTRC 


PCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


I TH 


748 


MARR 






STAFc 




48E38 


121 


75 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


^ORK 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.O0 


PM 


T TH 


373 


MARP 






SHIELJS L G 




48848 


121 


76 


INTRC 


BCCK 


OF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


215 


JSP 






PAIR.) J ^ 




48858 


121 


77 


INTI.C 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


270 


JSB 






PAPSCMS R E 




48868 


121 


78 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M k 


27" 


JSB 






ST\FF 




48878 


121 


79 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


M U 


156 


JSB 






STAFC 




48888 


121 


80 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


240 


JSB 






STAFF 




46898 


121 


81 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2' 




3.10 


TC 


4.O0 


PV 


T TH 


179 


JSB 






STAPF 




48SC9 


121 


82 


INTRO 


BCCK 


OF 


MORM 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.O0 


PM 


T TH 


176 


JSB 






SPi^A^S I 




48919 


121 


83 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


270 


JSB 






STAFF 




48929 


121 


84 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




4.10 


TO 


5."0 


PM 


M k 


270 


JSP 






STAFF 




4893S 


121 


85 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




4.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


M h 


225 


JSP 






STJC^ 




4894 9 


121 


86 


IMRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




4.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


770 


JSB 






STAFF 




48959 


121 


87 


INTRC 


ECCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




4.10 


TC 


5.00 


PM 


T TH 


162 


JSP 






STAFF 




48969 


121 


90 


INTRO 


DCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




7.45 


TO 


9.25 


PM 


W 


176 


JSB 




E 


HARRIS J ^ 




48989 


121 


92 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




7.45 


TC 


9.25 


PM 


TH 


176 


JSB 




E 


TAYLOR ^ 




47765 


121 


GA 


INTRC 


ECCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 


F 


8. CO 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


158 


JSB 


GEN COLL ONLY 




TAYLIR H L 




47775 


121 


G8 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


? 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


158 


JSP 


GEN COLL ONLY 




TAYI.T', H L 




47785 


121 


GC 


INTRO 


PCCK 


CF 


M3RM 


2 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


740 


JSP 


GEN COLL ONLY 




PETERSEN "tS 




47795 


121 


GO 


INTRO 


tCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




10.00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M t. 


158 


JSB 


GEN COLL ONLY 




PETERSEN ij 




47805 


121 


GE 


INTRC 


CCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


158 


JSP 


GFN CULL ONLY 




TAYLTR H L 




47816 


121 


GF 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


74" 


JSB 


GfN COLL ONLY 




PETERSEM MJ 




47826 


121 


GG 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M V 


158 


JSB 


GEN COLL ONLY 




LOFORIE-^ CC 




47836 


121 


6H 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.1" 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


740 


JSB 


GCN COLL ONLY 




RAIv*SR J C 




47846 


121 


GI 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2."0 


PM 


T TH 


156 


JSB 


GEN COLL ONLY 




RlOP/ -A 




4785* 


121 


GJ 


INTRC 


BOOK 


CF 


FiOHM 


2 


*■ 


2.10 


TO 


3."0 


PM 


T TH 


158 


JSd 


GEN COLL ^NLY 




WHET TEN L 3 




47866 


121 


GK 


INTRO 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.03 


PM 


T TH 


240 


JSB 


GEN COLL ONLY 




TI\GEY 




47987 


121 


RB 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 


F S 


8. CO 


TC 


8.50 


*M 


MTkTH 


255 


JSB 


RTRNI MISSlONAPIfi 


> 


CHcSSMXN PR 




47997 


121 


RC 


INTRC 


POCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


Art 


M ta 


215 


JSB 


RTRN MlSSICNARIh 


S 


PFA^SCN .; L 




48C09 


121 


RU 


INTRC 


BCCK 


GF 


MORM 


2 




9.CC 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


176 


JSP 


OTRN MISSIONARIF 


s 


OE A-^SC. 'I : L 




48019 


121 


RE 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




9.C0 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


373 


MARB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


s 


NY»AN •* S 




48029 


121 


RE 


INTRC 


PCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




10. CO 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M V. 


176 


JSB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


s 


PF\RSC>< -, L 




48039 


121 


RG 


INTRC 


DCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M M 


167 


MCKB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


5 


PFIF«SCM HO 




4bC49 


121 


KH 


INTRC 


eccK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


363 


MARP 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


5 


PFfE^SCX HC 




48059 


121 


PI 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M M 


275 


JSB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


5 


OANKHEAJ RE 




48C69 


121 


RJ 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 


PM 


M K 


158 


JSB 


RTRN MISSICNARIE 


5 


HARRIS J ^ 




48C79 


121 


RK 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 


P F 


I.IC 


TO 


2. 01 


PM 


MTkTH 


1101 


SFLC 


RTRN MISSICNARIE 


S 


PFARS'):^ T L 




48C80 


121 


RL 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 


F S 


1.10 


TO 


2."0 


PM 


MTkTH 


llCl 


SFLC 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


s 


PEARSON G L 




48C90 


121 


RM 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.O0 


PM 


M k 


373 


MARB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


s 


STAFF 




48100 


121 


RN 


INTRC 


ECCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




2.1'^ 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


231 


MARB 


RTRN MISSIONARIE 


5 


^Y•^N ^ s 




48979 


121H 


91 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




6. CO 


TO 


7.40 


PM 


TH 


245 


JSB 


nriNURS 


r 


LUOL W J rt 




47876 


121h 


HA 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




7.00 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


T TH 


AC88 


JKBA 


HONORS 




RIROLE C C 




47886 


121H 


HB 


INTRO 


ECCK 


CF 


NORM 


2 




7. CO 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


T TH 


270 


JS3 


HONORS 




DRC»C>I 3 L 




47896 


121H 


HC 


INTRC 


ECCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




8. CO 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


253 


MARP 


HONORS 




STAFC 




479C7 


121H 


HO 


INTRO 


PCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


363 


MARB 


HONORS 




ST»FF 




47917 


121H 


HE 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


FORM 


2 




9.CC 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W 


7260 


SFLC 


HONOR S 




CCVEY J M R 




4792 7 


121H 


HE 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


270 


JSB 


HON'JKS 




MAOSJN T G 




47937 


121H 


HG 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




10. CO 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M k 


1103 


SFLC 


HONORS 




PACE G A 




47947 


121H 


HH 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




10. CO 


TO 


10 . 50 


AM 


M k 


2320A 


SFLC 


HONORS 




ST\FF 




47957 


121H 


HI 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MURM 


2 




10.03 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


W F 


54 


JKR 


HONORS 




WAR^E* C T 




4 796 7 


121H 


HJ 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


226" 


SFLC 


HONORS 




HAFE ■! 3 J 




479 77 


121H 


HK 


INTRC 


BCCK 


CF 


MORM 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.30 


PM 


T TH 


775 


JSP 


HONORS 




ST^CF 




48990 


121L 


LA 


LAR 













8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T 


AUO 


JSP 


LAB CARU RFQ 




OA«SCNS R E 




49001 


121L 


LB 


LAB 













8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


F 


AUO 


JSP 


LAB CARD Rf^O 




PARSCHS R E 




49011 


121L 


LC 


LAB 













9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


F 


AUO 


JSB 


LAB CARO OEO 




PAoscNs R e 




49021 


I21L 


LO 


LAB 













12.10 


TC 


I. 00 


PM 


M 


/•UD 


JSB 


LAB CARO PEU 




OA'SCNS R E 




49C31 


121L 


Lf 


LAli 













3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


W 


Aun 


JSB 


LAB CARO RE3 




parscn; r e 




49041 


121L 


LP 


LAB 








c 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


TH 


AUD 


JSB 






PARSCNS •» E 




49C51 


121L 


LG 


LAO 













5.10 


TO 


6.00 


PM 


T 


AUD 


JSB 


LAB CARO REO 




PA'SC-IS » F 




4)061 


121L 


LH 


LA8 













5.10 


TO 


6.00 


PM 


w 


AUD 


JSB 


LAB CARD REO 




PARSERS < 6 





86 






INDSX 



CAT& 
ntPT NO 



sec 



CCLfSt 

r.fsCHiPTKs 



CR 
MR 



C fi 
I L 
f K 



ciASS-PEfiino 



CAYS 
TAUGHT 



POCM — BLnG 



SPrr. lAL 

ENRDLLMFNT 



APPROV 
OR FEt 



Tb*CHE'« 



RFL 122 HGM STUf y (21" hPCB) 



«9C<i2 
*91 J2 
49112 



49203 
49213 
49223 
49233 
4924 3 
49254 
49264 
4J2 74 
492B4 
492'*4 
49304 
'49314 
49324 
49334 
49345 
49355 
49365 
49375 
49385 
49395 
49405 
49415 
4942 5 
49436 
4944t 
49456 
49122 
49132 
49142 
49 16 3 
49173 
49183 
49193 
49152 



RFL 122 
122 
122 
122 
122 

«tL 211 HCM 



51 IMRL PCCK, CF yjRM 

91 INTRL nCCK Oh MORM 

91 INTRC HCLK CF MORM 

92 INTRC MFCK CF ^■n<<t^ 

93 INTRL fiCLK CF ^OI<M 

: STllliy (210 FKCBI 



REL 



211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
211 
21 IH 



REL 212 HGM 



REL 



212 



REL 231 SE 



PROSPECTIVE 



REL 



231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
2 31 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231 
231H 



2 

3 

5 
b 
7 

a 

9 
13 

11 

12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 
Id 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
29 
90 
G4 
GB 
GC 
RA 
Rf) 
RC 
RO 
HA 



STUIIY (210 FFCt) 



90 



: MA, 



MISS 



REL 231 HOME STUIIY (210 HRCfl 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
b 

7 
B 
4 

11 

12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
2 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
26 
27 
26 
29 
33 
31 
32 
33 
34 
50 
90 
91 
GA 
GR 
GC 
MA 
Mb 
HA 



MEW 
Nfh 
MV. 
NEU 
NEW 
NEW 
Nf 'w 
NEW 
NtW 
NFW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEW 
NEw 
NEW 
NEW 



TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 

^ESTA^E^T 

TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TEST/iMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTA^ENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMbNT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 
TESTAMENT 



NEW TESTAMENT 



MR, 90 



FOR 



ICNARIES CNLY 



GdSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GOSP 
G(nSF 
CUSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GCSF 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
CUSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GUSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GOSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 
GCSP 
GOSP 
COSP 
GOSP 
GCSP 



PR INC 
PRI NC 
FlUNC 
P^UC 
FRINC 
PRINC 
FRINC 
PfiINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
FRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRI NC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PPINC 
FFINC 
FBI NC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRT NC 
PRINC 
FRINC 
PRINC 
P^INC 
FRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PHI NC 
P'^INC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 
FRINC 
PRINC 
PRINC 



PRACT 
PKACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PKACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PPACT 
PKACT 
PRACT 
FRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
FRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PH4CT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 
PKACT 
PRACT 
PRACT 



5.20 TO 7.00 PM 

5.5" Tr 7.30 PM 

5.20 TO 7.00 PM 

5.50 TC 7.30 PM 



7. CO TC 

8.00 TO 

H.rO TO 

e.CO TC 

8.C" TO 

e.CO TO 

9. CO TC 
9. CO TO 



CO TO 
,C0 TO 



10.00 TO 

11 .1" TC 

3.10 TC 

11.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

12.10 TC 

12.10 TO 

I.IO TO 

1.10 TO 

i.n TC 

2.ir TO 

2.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

3.10 TO 

4.10 TO 

7.45 TO 

B.Cn TO 

12.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

8.00 TO 

11.10 TO 

1.10 TC 

2.10 TC 

1.10 TO 



7.5^^ AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

5: AM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

4.00 PM 

12.00 N 

12.no N 

1.00 PM 

l.no PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

3.00 PM 

OC PM 

01 PM 

00 PM 

00 PM 

25 PM 

8.50 AM 

1.00 PM 

12.00 N 

8.50 AM 
12.00 
2.00 
3.00 PM 
2.00 PM 



N 
PM 



7.45 TO 9.25 PM 



TO 
TO 



7. CO TC 

8.00 TC 

R.CC TC 

R.OO TO 

b.CO TO 

12.11 TO 

1.10 TO 

9.00 TC 

9.00 TO 

10.00 TO 

10.00 TC 

10. CO TO 

11.10 TO 

11.10 

11 .10 

11 .10 TO 

11.10 TC 

11.10 TO 

11.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

12.10 TO 

12.1" TC 

1.10 TC 

1.10 TO 

1.11 TO 
1.10 TO 
2.10 TO 
2.10 TC 
2.10 TO 
3.10 TO 
9.00 TO 
3.10 TO 
7.00 TO 

7.45 TC 

5.5" TO 

8.00 TC 

9.00 TO 



7.50 AM 

6.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

8.50 AM 

l.CO PM 

2.00 PM 

9.50 AM 

9.50 AM 

11.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

10.50 AM 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.10 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

12.00 N 

l.OO PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

1.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

2.00 PM 

00 PM 

00 PH 

00 PM 

00 PM 

50 AM 

4.00 PM 

7.50 AM 



,25 PM 
,30 PM 
,50 AM 
,50 AM 



11.10 TO 12.10 N 

9.10 TC 9.51 AM 

11 .10 TO 12.0? N 

2.10 TO 3.00 PM 



T e A 






M 


?10 


J SB 


TH 


215 


JSB 


F 


205 


JSB 


W 


240 


JSB 



Tt- 

W 

w 

TH 
TH 
TH 

MTWTh 

M W 

TH 

TH 

W 

W 

TH 
TH 
TH 
W' 
TH 
W 

TH 
TH 
W 

TH 
W 
W 
TH 



W 
Th 

w 

TH 
TH 
MTWTH 
M W 
T TH 



M W 
M W 
M W 
T TH 
T TH 
M W 
T TH 
T TH 
T TH 

M W 

w 

w 
w 

w 
w 



TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

W 

W 

TH 

TH 

M 

W 

TH 

TH 

W 

W 

TH 

TH 

W 

W 

w 

B A 



TH 

TH 

h 

TH 

TH 

TH 



176 
115 
245 
163 

♦ 150 
176 
255 
324 
167 
3206 
255 
255 
373 
231 
255 
255 
255 
255 
275 
346 
255 
255 
255 
179 
255 
250 
240 
34 3 
240 
231 
346 
176 
275 

,1150 



210 

*026 
205 

P104 
210 
255 
247 
115 
260 
374 

^241 
275 
210 
179 
24 5 
267 
385 
162 

t026 
179 
210 

M04 

1026 
210 
184 
210 
205 
210 

kC?5 
252 
261 
245 
231 
176 

245 
446 
343 
34 3 
343 
179 
179 
274 



JSB 

MCKB 

JSb 

JKB 

JKBA 

JSB 

JSS 

MARB 

MCKP 

SFLC 

JSB 

JSB 

MARB 

MABfl 

JS(^ 

JSB 

JSB 

JSB 

MARO 

MARB 

JSB 

JSB 

JSB 

JSB 

JSB 

JSB 

JSB 

MARB 

JSB 

MARB 

MARB 

JSB 

MARB 

JKBA 



255 JSB 



JSB 

JKfiA 

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JSB 

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INDEX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


CESCPIPTION 


HR 


1^ K 










TAUGHT 


ROCM 


— BLOG 


ENROLLIfcNT 


OR FEF 


TFiCHER 




REL 232 HC 


F sn 


DY (210 (-RCEI 


























5035S 


REL 232 
261 SEC GA 
REL 261 HC^ 


90 
FOR L 
E STL 


GCSP PKI^C PHACT 
UMAMTES CNLY 
DY (210 l-PCB) 


2 


F 


7.45 


TO 


9.25 


PM 


h 


215 


JSO 




e 


Cf IK 4 .1 


50369 


REL 261 


I 


INTRO GENEALGOY I 


2 




8.00 


TO 


R.51 


AM 


M W 


210 


JSB 






ST'=7JSC^ JG 


50399 


261 


2 


INTRC CtNEALGGY 1 


2 




8.CC 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


210 


JSB 


J 




STEV^SCM J5 


50409 


261 


3 


INTRO GthFALOGY 1 


2 




S.CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


265 


MSCO 






PRATT M 


5C41C 


261 


4 


INTRC GErEALOGY I 


2 




9.rc 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M k 


210 


jsn 






STEV<JSCN jr. 


50420 


261 


5 


INTRC GE^£ALOGY I 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


211 


JSt( 






STE7 1SC>I Jf, 


5043C 


261 


6 


INTRC GEhEALQGV 1 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.no 


N 


T TH 


210 


JSfl 






STEVENSON 3 


50440 


261 


7 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 


2 




1 1 . IC 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


HOI 


SFLC 






FLICK < C 


50450 


261 


8 


INTPC GF^£AL^GY 1 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M W 


275 


MARB 






BLCK (*4 V ! 


50460 


261 


9 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 


2 




I.IC 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


2 52 


MARB 






FLICK R C 


50470 


261 


10 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


K W 


234 


MARB 






PRITT h 


504tlO 


261 


11 


INTRC GfcNEALJGY 1 


2 




3.1" 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


274 


MARB 






FLIC< R '. 


5C49C 


261 


12 


JNTRL Gt^EAL0GY 1 


2 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 


PM 


M k 


253 


MARB 






JOH4n|5C< CE 


50501 


261 


90 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 


2 




5.51 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


-210 


JSB 




E 


STEVJSC< JG 


53511 


261 


91 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 


2 




5.50 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


445 


MAKU 




E 


eLCXH»<( V 3 


50369 


261 


GA 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M h 


275 


MAR 6 


GEN COLL ONLY 




BLCX.M>i V B 


50379 


261H 
REL 301 H0^ 


HA 
E STU 


INTRC GENEALOGY 1 
SY (210 F.RCBI 


2 




9.0C 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


A096 


JKBA 


HONORS 




BLCXHA1 V « 


494 8 6 


REL 301 


1 


THE CLE TESTAMENT 


2 




8. CO 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M M 


215 


JSB 






KFSFi<VY K F 


49496 


301 


2 


THE OLC TESTAMENT 


2 




8.00 


TO 


18.50 


AM 


T TH 


240 


JSB 


' 




MESE^VY K M 


49506 


301 


3 


THE CLC TESTAMENT 


2 




9. CO 


TC 


'9. "50 


AM 


M k 


IT^ 


JSB 






R4S.'«USE>I £7 


49516 


301 


4 


THE OLD TESTAMENT 


2 




I.IC 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


162 


JSB 






UffW ^ s 


49527 


301 


5 


THE CLD TESTAMENT 


2 


^ 


12.10 


TO 


l.on 


PM 


T TH 


374 


MARB 






MATTHEkS RJ ' 


49537 


301 


6 


THE OLC TESTAMENT 


2 


p 


11 .10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


M V> 


324 


MARS 






MATTHC-KS ^j ; 


49547 


301 


7 


THE CLO TESTAMENT 


2 


F S 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M V. 


176 


JSB 






RASMllSEM FT , 


49557 


301 


8 


TEE OLC TESTAMENT 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2. 00 


PM 


T TH ' 


1719 


SFLC 






BPCWN 5 K 1 


49567 


301 


9 


THE CLD TESTAMENT 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2. CO 


PM 


T TH 


261 


MCK9 






SKO'ISEN H C 


49577 


301 


10 


TEE CLC TESTAMENT 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3. no 


PM 


M Vi 


245 


JSB 






ST»FF 


49567 


301 


11 


THE OLC TESTAMENT 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


176 


JSB 






PATCI R C 


49597 


301 


12 


THE OLC TESTAMENT 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


M V< 


248 


MARB 






SKCUSEN * C 1 


49607 


301 


90 


THE OLD TESTAMENT 


2 




7.45 


TC 


9.25 


PM 


W 


275 


JSB 




E 


RAS'^USEN ET 1 


49476 


301H 
REL 302 HG^i 


HA 
E STU 


THE CLD TESTAMENT 
QY (2)1 l-BCPI 


2 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M W 


115 


MCKB 


HONORS 




nfCA'i % < ; 


50541 


REL 324 


1 


DCCTRINEECCVENANTS 


2 




7. CO 


TC 


7.50 


AM 


M k> 


275 


JSB 






PtTE-«S£\ "J 


50551 


324 


2 


DOCTRINE ecCVENANTS 


2 




7.00 


TO 


7.50 


AM 


T TH 


210 


jsa 






PETEKScN MJ , 


50561 


324 


3 


DCCTRINEtCCVENANTS 


2 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 


AM 


M k 


275 


JSB 






PETERSEN "J j 
BURTC* 4 P ' 


50571 


324 


4 


U0CIRINE6CCVENANTS 


2 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


348 


MARB 






50581 


324 


5 


COCTRINEtCCVENANTS 


2 


f 


8.0C 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


245 


JSB 






PORTER L C 


50591 


324 


6 


COCTRINEtCCVENANTS 


2 




9.O0 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M Vt 


167 


MCKB 






ANORUS i L 


50602 


324 


7 


COCIKINEECCVENANTS 


2 




9. 00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M V> 


205 


JSB 






TU<NER R 


50612 


324 


8 


COCTRINE£CCVENANTS 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


166 


HGB 






BURTON 4 P i 


50622 


324 


9 


COCTRINECCCVENANTS 


2 


F 


9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


A076 


JKRA 






CHFFSM4M PS ' 


50632 


324 


10 


DOCTRINE tCrvENANTS 


2 




10.00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M t. 


265 


SFH 






ANCERSCM 43 


5064 2 


324 


11 


DOCTRINE tCCVENANTS 


2 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M V. 


167 


MCKB 






&NCRJS H L 


50652 


324 


12 


DLCTRINEeCCVENANTS 


2 


r 


10. CO 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M l> 


205 


JSB 






TURNER < 


50662 


324 


13 


COCTFINEtCtVtNANTS 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


M W 


440 


ESC 






ANCERSCN 4G 


50672 


324 


14 


COCTPINEeCCVtNANTS 


2 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 


N 


M V« 


205 


JSB 






BE'<RFTT '•( E 


50682 


324 


15 


OOCTRINECCCVENANTS 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


A034 


JKBA 






BURTON 4 P 


50693 


324 


16 


C0CTRINE6CCVENANTS 


7 




11.10 


TC 


12. no 


N 


T TH 


A052 


JKFA 






CHFESM4M PR 


50703 


324 


17 


OCCTFINEECCVENANTS 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


215 


JSB 






C0W4>( « Q 


50713 


324 


18 


COCTRINEECCVENANTS 


2 




11. in 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


745 


JSB 






PORT=^ L C 


50723 


324 


19 


DOCTRINE ECCVENANTS 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M Vi 


456 


MARB 






ANOHUS ^ L 


50733 


324 


20 


COCTPINECCCVENANTS 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


M h 


205 


JSB 






TURNEH < 


50743 


324 


21 


COCTRINEECCVENANTS 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


245 


JSB 






BOflEN W ) 


50753 


324 


22 


DOCTPINECCCVENANTS 


2 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 


PM 


M h 


261 


MCKB 






BARRETT I J 


50763 


324 


23 


DOCTRINE tCCVENANTS 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


245 


JSB 






BO«EN W 


50773 


324 


24 


COCTPINEECCVENANTS 


2 


F S 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


MThTH 


205 


JSB 






TURNER R 


50784 


324 


25 


COCTRINEECCVENANTS 


? 




2.10 


TC 


3.0c 


PM 


T TH 


167 


MCKB 






BARRETT I J 


5C794 


324 


26 


COCTPINFECCVENANTS 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


245 


JSB 






PETE<SCN H) 


50804 


324 


27 


nCCTRINEECDVENANTS 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


M k 


275 


JSB 






PATCI R C 


5J814 


324 


28 


DOCTRINEECCVENANTS 


2 




3.11 


TC 


4.nn 


PM 


T TH 


245 


JSB 






nOiie-i H 


50624 


324 


29 


DOCTRINFECCVENANTS 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 


PM 


T TH 


215 


JSB 






C0W4V R C 


50634 


324 


90 


COCTRINEECCVENANTS 


2 




5.50 


IC 


7.30 


PM 


TH 


176 


JSB 




E 


BnwE'-) '4 c 


50521 


324H 


HA 


CCCTRINEECOVENANTS 


2 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


162 


JSB 


HONORS 




OJXEY H H 


50531 


324H 


H3 


DOCTRINEECCVENANTS 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3. on 


PM 


T TH 


210 


JSB 


HONORS 




C0^4-< R 


51844 


325 

REL 327 HOf' 


90 
fc STU 


DOCTRINEECCVENANTS 
DY (21C HRCtI 


2 


R 


5.50 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


W 


725 


JSB 




F 


TU'NF* R i 


49618 


REL 327 


1 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 


f 


8.00 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


M W 


158 


JSB 






PEI=RSCM HO 1 


49628 


327 


2 


PEARL GREAT PKICE 


2 




9 .00 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M y 


158 


JSB 






CLA^K J4MES 1 


49638 


327 


3 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


324 


MARB 






PFTERSCJ HO J 


49646 


327 


4 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




9. CO 


TO 


O.fO 


AM 


T TH 


346 


MARB 






HARRIS J R j 


4965 6 


327 


6 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


261 


MCKB 






ANOR'IS H L B 


4S668 


327 


7 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




U .10 


TO 


12.00 


N 


T TH 


205 


JSB 






HARRIS J R 1 


49678 


327 


8 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


176 


JSB 






HA'RIS 1 R ! 


49688 


327 


9 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




12.10 


TO 


1.00 


PM 


T TH 


261 


MCKB 






ANORUS H L 1 


49698 


327 


10 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


M t. 


240 


JSB 






CLARK J4»ES 


49709 


327 


11 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 


PM 


T TH 


240 


JSB 






PFTEWSCM HO 


49719 


327 


12 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


M W 


240 


JSB 






ANOE<SE>l WK 


49729 


327 


13 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T TH 


261 


MCKB 






ANORUS H L 


49739 


327 


14 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 


2 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 


PM 


M W 


240 


JSB 






ANnE.\SS>( WK 


49749 


327 

REL 341 HO^ 


90 
E STU 


PEARL GREAT PRICE 
DY (210 HRCBI 


2 




5.50 


TO 


7.30 


PM 


h 


176 


JSB 




E 


PETERSCN HO 


50675 


REL 341 


1 


CHLP HIST TC 1846 


2 


F 


8.rc 


TC 


3.50 


AM 


M W 


2 50 


JSB 






PORTER L C 


50885 


341 


2 


CHUR HIST TC 1646 


2 


P 


8.00 


TO 


8.51 


AM 


T TH 


250 


JSB 






ANCERSCM 40 


5C695 


341 


3 


CHUR HIST TC 1646 


2 


R 


8. on 


TC 


8.50 


AM 


T TH 


349 


MCKB 






PERKI'tS K 


5090 5 


341 


4 


CHUR HIST TO 1846 


2 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


M W 


2 50 


JSB 






BERPET r L C 


5C915 


341 


5 


CHUR HIST TC 1846 


2 




9.0O 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


M V. 


27 5 


JSB 






RICH K R 


5C925 


341 


6 


CHLR HIST TO 1B46 


2 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


374 


MARB 






ANCERSC<< 4G 


50935 


341 


7 


CEUR HIST TC 1846 


2 




9. CO 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


275 


JSB 






8arr:n h h 


53945 


341 


8 


CHUR HIST TC 1846 


2 




9.01 


TO 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


250 


JSB 






HARTS-KN LR 


50955 


341 


9 


CHUR HIST TO 1B46 


2 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 


AM 


T TH 


348 


MARB 






PERKINS K 


50966 


341 


10 


CHUR HIST TC 1(146 


2 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M k 


126 


SOCH 






BARRETT I J 


5C976 


341 


11 


CHUR HIST TC 1846 


2 




10. CO 


TO 


10.50 


AM 


M h 


250 


JSB 






BERRETT L C 


50986 


341 


12 


CHUR HIST TC 1846 


2 




K .00 


TC 


10.50 


AM 


M V. 


210 


JSB 






PORTER L C 


5CS96 


341 


13 


CHUR HIST TC 1046 


2 




10. CO 


TO 


10 . 50 


AM 


t' h 


179 


JSB 






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MCKR 


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CFSCRIPTION 


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pncM 


— BLDG 


ENRULL«FNT 


OR FEE 


TEACHER 


53527 


SPAN 101 


8 


1ST YR SPANISH 


^ 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


?14 


MCKB 






TAYL 1< J S 


53J3 7 


101 


9 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




12. IC 


TC 


l.O"-' PM 


DAILY 


214 


MCKB 






STACP 


53J47 


IJl 


10 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




12.10 


TU 


1.00 PM 


DAILY |A043 


JKHA 






STIFP 


53557 


101 


11 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




12. IC 


TC 


1.0" PM 


DAILY 


363 


MARR 






ST'kFP 


5356 7 


101 


12 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




1 .10 


TC 


2.0'" PM 


DAILY P72n 


HFAC 






STAFf 


53578 


101 


13 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




I. 10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


385 


H63 






STIFF 


535be 


101 


14 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




2.1C 


TC 


3.00 PM 


L^AILY 


280 


ESC 






ST\FF 


53596 


101 


15 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




2.ir 


TO 


3."'' PM 


DAILY 


?71 


MSCU 






STAEi^ 


53608 


101 


16 


1ST Yk SPANISH 


4 




2.10 


TC 


3. on PM 


DAILY 


361 


MARH 






STAFF 


53618 


101 


17 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




3.10 


TC 


4,00 PM 


DAILY Ia159 


JKOA 






STAPH 


53629 


101 


18 ; 1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


266 


MSCB 


- 




STiFF 


53638 


101 i 19 ■ 1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




4.10 


TC 


5. PA |»N 


DAILY 


?23 


MCKB 






STAF'= 


53648 


101 


20 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




4.10 


TU 


5.00 PM 


DA I L Y 


211 


MCKB 






ST4FF 


5365 6 


101 


90 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




5.20 


TO 


7.0") PM 


M TH 


1317 


SFLC 




e 


HALL vj H 


53669 


102 


1 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 


I 


7. CO 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


133 


MSCB 






ST1F = 


53679 


102 


2 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 


^ 


7.00 


TC 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


200 


MSCB 






ST^F'= 


53689 


102 


3 


ISr YR SPANISH 


4 


* 


8. CO 


TC 


8.5: AM 


DAILY 


267 


HGn 






ST AFC 


53699 


102 


4 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 


. 


3.1C 


TC 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


3270 


SFLC 






ST AFC 


53709 


102 


5 i 1ST YR SF4MSH 


4 




10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M h F 


330 


EDLC ACCELERATFIJ 




*NOE«SrN CO 


53719 


102 


6 ; 1ST YR SPANISH 


4 


I 


12.10 


TC 


I. 00 PM 


DAILY 


133 


MSCB 






ST\F<= 


53729 


102 


7 ' 1ST YR SPANISH 


4 


*■ 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


DAI LY 


299 


MSCB 






STAFf 


5373 9 


102 


8 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


267 


MSCB 






STAFF 


53749 


102 


9 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




1.10 


TO 


2.03 PM 


DAILY 


A173 


JKBA 






STAFF 


5375C 


102 


10 


1ST YR SPANISH 


,4 


(^ 


2.1C 


TC 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


115 


MCKB 






STAFF 


5376C 


102 


11 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 


I 


2.10 


TC 


3.0C PM 


DAILY 


133 


MSCB 






STAFF 


537 7 C 


102 


12 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




3.10 


TG 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


A049 


JKBA 






STAFF 


5378C 


102 


13 


1ST YR SPANISH 


4 




4.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


DAILY 


271 


MSCB 


1 


STAFF 




SPA^ 201 HC 


ME ST 


JCY (210 HRCBI 
























5379C 


SPAN 201 


1 


INTRN REAJ E CCNV 


4 




7. CO 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


211 


MCKB i 




STAFF 


5380C 


201 


2 


INTRM READ £ CCNV 


4 




7.00 


TU 


7.5C AM 


DAILY 


216 


MCKB 






ST\F>: 


5381C 


201 


3 


INTRM REAC £ CCNV 


4 




8. CO 


TL 


S.5C AM 


DAILY 


135 


MSCB 






STAFF 


5332C 


201 


4 


INTRM REAC £ CCNV 


4 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


OAILY 


44 


JK9 






STAFF 


53830 


201 


5 


INTRM REAC £ CCNV 


4 


I 11. in 


TO 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


323 


MCKB 






STAFF 


53841 


201 


6 


INTRM REAC £ CLNV 


4 


I 12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


r,2P5 


HFAC 






STAFP 


53851 


201 7 ; INTRf RFAC C CCNV 


4 


I 12.10 


TO 


l.CO PM 


OAILY 


211 


MCKB 






STIFF 


53861 


201 8 i IHIHf REAC t CLNV 


4 


L 1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


211 


MCKB 






ST»Fi= 


53871 


201 9 : IMRM REAC £ CCNV 


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1.10 


TC 


2.0O PM 


OAILY 


A043 


JKBA 






STAFF 


53881 


201 ; 10 : IMRM READ t CCiMV 


4 




11. n 


TC 


3. on PM 


DAILY 


3 30 


EDLC 


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ST\FF 


53891 


201 11 1 I^^p^« reac t ccnv 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


32S 


MCKB 






BRC^M J V 


539CI 


201 12 i INTRf' REAC £ CLNV 


4 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


DAILY 


271 


MSCB 






ST AF = 


53911 


201 13 1 IMRM .REAC I. CLNV 


4 




4.10 


TG 


5.00 PM 


DAILY 


214 


MCKB 






STAFF 


53921 


201 1 90 


INTRM REAC £ CCNV 


4 


I 


5.20 


TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


2 310 


SFLC 




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JACKSON T M 


53S32 


211 : 1 

SPAN 301 HQME ST 


2ND YR SPAN CCNV 
JDY (210 HSCBI 


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8. CO 


TC 


8.50 AM 


1 TH 


211 


MCKB 






STAFF 


53942 


SPAN 301 1 


INTRO TC SPAN LIT 


4 




7. CO 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


135 


MSCB 






STAFF 


53952 


301 2 


IMRC TC SPAN LIT 


4 




12.10 


TC 


l.no PM 


DAILY 


1223 


SFLC 






STl^F 


53962 


301 3 


INTRC TC SPAN LIT 


4 




11. IP 


TC 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


A009 


JKHA 






MALL ■■^ H 


53972 


301 4 


INTRC TC SPAN LIT 


4 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


DAILY 


211 


MCKB 






STA = '= 


53982 


301 5 


INTRC TC SPAN LIT 


4 




5. in 


TO 


6.00 PM 


DAILY 


i7C8 


SFLC 






STAFF 


53992 


311 1 


3R0 YR CCNVERS 


2 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


3215 


SFLC 






ASHW3RT-( PP i 


54003 


311 2 


3R0 YR CCNVtRS 


2 




2.10 


TU 


3. no PM 


T TH 


323 


MCKB 






STACF J 




SPAN 321 HC 


ME ST 


JDY (210 HFCH) 






















1 


S4014 


SPAN 321 


1 


3RD YR GRAN £ COMP 






7.00 


TC 


7.50 AM 


M k, F 


367 


MCKB 






ST4FF 


54024 


321 


2 


3RD YR GRAM £ CCMP 






7. CO 


TO 


7.50 AM 


M 'W F 


328 


MCKB 






ST AFC 


54034 


321 


3 1 3RD YR GHA^ £ CCMP 






8. CO 


TO 


8.50 AM 


M »v F 


368 


MARB 






VI iO C\'<Me.\ 


54044 


321 


4 i 3R0 YR GRAM £ COMP 






8.00 


TO 


8.50 AM 


M H F 


211 


MCKB 






QUAC<S-15H L 


54 054 


321 


5 : 3RD YR GRAfi £ COMP 






10. CO 


TC 


10.50 AM 


M W F 


328 


MCKB 






cn^p.rcN M 


54064 


321 


6 ! 3R0 YR CRAK £ COMP 






10. QO 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M h F 


1C7 


JKB 






STAFF 


54074 


321 


7 1 3RC YR GRAP £ COMP 






10. CO 


TC 


IP. 50 AM 


M V> F 


P205 


HFAC 






STAFF 


54384 


321 


8 1 3P0 YR GRAM £ COMP 






11.10 


TO 


12.00 N 


M W F 


133 


MSCB 






STAFF 


543 S4 


321 


9 i 3RD YR GRAf £ COMP 






12.10 


TC 


l.no PM 


M t. F 


264 


MSCB 


- 




VIGO CARMEN 


£4105 


321 


10 ; 3RD YR GRAM £ COMP. 






12. n 


TO 


1.00 PM 


M K F 


328 


MCKB 






SPE'JCER R L 


54115 


321 


11 3RD YR GRA^ £ CCMP 






1.10 


TO 


2. no PM 


M W F 


120 


MSCB 






DOtiOLF H L 


54125 


321 


12 3R0 YR GRAN £ CCMP 






2.10 


TO 


3. no PM 


M k. F 


329 


MCKB i 




SPKNCE* * L 


54135 


321 


13 ! 3RD YR GRAM £ COMP 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


M k F 


?C9 


MCKB : 




STAF = 


54145 


321 


14 ; 3RD YR GRAN £ CCMP 


3 




4.10 


TC 


5.00 PM 


M W F 


367 


MCKB 






STAFF 


54155 


321 


90 1 3R0 YR GRAM £ CCMP 


3 




7.45 


TP 


10.15 PM 


TH 


367 


MCKB 




E 


SPENCE-* < L 




SPAN 322 HOME STUDY (210 HRCB) 
























54165 


SPAN 322 1 3KC YR GRAK £ COMP 


3 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 AM 


M Vl F 


211 


MCKB 






SPEM^ER 1 L 


54175 


322 2 ' 3P0 YR GRAf £ COMP 


3 




10. OC 


TC 


13.53 AM 


M W F 


:326 
133 


HFAC 






VI ;,) C»RMEN 


54185 


322 3 1 3R0 YR GRAf £ COMP 


3 




10. CC 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M t» F 


MSCP 






SPENCER R L 


5419 5 


322 j 4 i 3RU YR GRAf £ COMP 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


M '• F 


134 


MSCR 






VIGO CAP-EV 


54206 


326 


1 \ SPAN PHCN £ PRCNflN 


2 




8.0" 


TO 


8.50 AM 


T TF 


328 


MCKO 


LAB CARD REC 




HALL 1^ H 1 


54216 


325 


2 ' SPAN PHCN £ PRONCN 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


211 


MCKB 


LAB CARD REO 




AN3ERSCN CO 


54226 


326 1 3 ! SPAN PHCN £ PRCNCN 


2 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


367 


MCKB 


LAB CARU REO 




ANCFRSC^ CO 


54236 


326 I 4 


SPAN PHCN £ PRCNCN 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.03 PM 


T TH 


367 


MCKB 


LAB CARU RE3 




HALL W H 


542-46 


326 ■ 90 


SPAN PHCN £ PRCNCN 


2 




5, CO 


TO 


7.40 PM 


W 


328 


MCKB 




E 


ANOt^SOil CO 


54256 


326L 1 


LArt 







9.00 


TC 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


346 


MCKB 






STAFF 


54266 


326L 2 


LAB 







11. in 


TC 


12.00 N 


T TH 


346 


MCKB 






STAFF 


- £4276 


326L 


3 


LAB 







I.IC 


TO 


2.00 PM 


T TH 


346 


MCKB 






STAF^ 


54286 


32 5L 


4 


LAB 







3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


r TH 


346 


MCKB 






STAFF 


54297 


326L 


5 


LAE 







4. IP 


TO 


5. no PM 


T TH 


346 


MCKB 






ST^'=F 


54307 


377 


1 


SPAN TCHG PROCEDJR 


3 




8. CO 


TC 


«.5P AM 


M H F 


214 


MCKB 


LAB CARD REO 




JACKS'l^l r M 


54317 


377 


2 


SPAN TCHG PRClCEDUR 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


M Vl F 


214 


MCKB 


LAB CARD RE(3 




TAYL 1* J S 


54327 


377L 


1 


LAB 







8.00 


TC 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


214 


MCKB 






JACKSCN T H 


54337 


377L 


2 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


4.O0 PM 


T TH 


214 


MCKB 






TAYL H J S 


54347 


439 


1 


EL OF LIT ANALYSIS 


3 


F 


10.00 


TC 


10.50 AM 


M h F 


367 


MCKB 






MUiJN H < 




SPAN 441 H0|M6 ST 


JDY (210 FRCRI 






















i 


54357 


SPAN 441 


1 


SURVEY SPANISH LIT 


4 




9. CO 


IC 


9.50 AM 


MTTHF 


214 


MCKB 






R^sE^^ H £ i 


£4367 


441 


2 


SURVEY SPANISH LIT 


4 




11. u 


TO 


12.00 N 


MTTHF 


211 


MCKB 






DO VOLE H L ! 


54377 


441 


3 


SURVEY SPANISH LIT 


4 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


MTTHF 


211 


MCKB 






ASHVORT-t PO , 


£4388 


441 


90 


SURVEY SPANISH LIT 


4 




5.20 


IC 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


2306 


SFLC 




E 


On.<OL<: H L 


£4398 


445 


1 


CULT HISP hORLO 


3 




9.0C 


TC 


9.50 AM 


M W F 


367 


MCKB 






ensoul i C 


£4408 


445 


2 


CULT HISF k«OPLD 


3 


F' I l.l" 


TO 


2.00 PM 


M W F 


367 


MCKB 






HALL ^ H 


54418 


445 


3 


CULT HISF WLRLU 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 "M 


M W F 


367 


MCKP 






ROSE^ H a 

1 



92 



INCEX 



CATG 
OffT NO 



SFC 



CCLPSF. 
CbSCPlFTlON 



f L 

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CLfiSS-PEBi jn 



COY 5 I 
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soeciM 

ENROLLMENT 



APPi^OV 
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SPAN '.SI HI Mt STUDY (210 FFCfl) 



5*'i2e 

5'i'.3e 
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54<i99 
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S'.ss': 

S'.SSO 
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SPAN 451 
451 
451 

454 
4bd 
470 

4 79 

479 
4 79 
435 

4 90 

RCMANCe Pt-1 
LATIN 621, 



1 SLiK HISPAML A^' LI 

2 Sll=i HISFAMC AK LI 

3 SU" HISF/iMC AV LT 
1 SPAN-ANtC NLVPL 

1 SPA^-^^ shcmt stky 

1 NARH GriCEN AGf 

1 src ST^.LE^T tchg 

2 SEC STUPENT TCHG 

3 SEC STUDENT TCHG 
1 IKTRC CCNT SP LIT 
I INCIV STICV SPAN 

LCLUGlY - RFCISTEft FUH 



SPAN 



t)15 

655 

65d 

iS60 

671 

690R 

697R 

699 

7y4R 

799 



54630 
5464C 
54f51 
54661 
54671 
54681 
54691 
547C1 
54711 
54721 
54731 
54 74 2 
54752 
54762 
54772 
547«2 
54792 
54802 
54812 
54622 
54633 
54843 
54653 
54663 
54673 
54883 
54893 
54S03 
54913 
54J24 
54934 
54944 
54-J54 
54964 
54^74 
54 984 
5499 4 



55006 
55016 
55C26 
55C36 
55J46 
55C56 
55C66 



45C76 
55086 
55096 
55107 
55117 
55127 
55137 
55147 
55157 
55167 
55177 
55187 
55198 
55208 
55218 
5522R 
55238 
55248 
55258 
55268 
55276 
55269 
55299 
55309 
55319 



SP CA 101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
102 
10? 
102 
102 
1)2 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
102 
111 
111 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 
112 



TCHG SFAN CHA^1^AR 
SPA^-A^ NCVEl CNTP 
SPAN-A^ SHCT STRY 
SPAN-fEDIfVAL I I r 
GOLUFN ACE PPUSb 
niRfcCTET REAPINGS 
5EM IN SPAN TCtG 
fA£TE«S THESIS 
SFM IN SPAN LIT 
LISSFRTATICN 



fl.CP in 

11.10 Tr 

2.10 TU 

1.10 TO 

12.10 TC 

11.10 TC 



O.50 AM 
12.00 N 
3.10 PM 
Z.O*" PM 
1.10 P« 
12. OC N 



MIHF 
"TTHF 

MTTHF 
y V. f 

w 



IC.OO TO 10. 5C Af 



4. 1" TO 5.00 PM 

3.10 TO 4.00 PM 

1.10 TC 2.00 PM 

1. 10 TU 2.00 PM 

9. CO TC 9.5" AM 

8. CO lb fi.50 VM 

10. OO TC 10.50 AM 



367 
221 
214 
214 
367 
367 



SPEECH & DRAMATIC ARTS 



SP CA 115 HOMF STUrv 1210 HFCP) 



SP DA 115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
115 
117R 

121 SEC 39 



SP 



OA 121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 
121 



1 

? 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

18 

90 

1 

2 

1 

2 

3 

4 



SPEECH ( 
SPEECH C 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
SPEECH 
INTRC PU 
INTRO PL 
INTRO PU 
INTRC PC 
IMPr PL 
INTRC PL 
INTRC PL 
k INTPC PL 
INTRC PL 
INTRC 
INTRC PL 
INTRC PU 
INTRO PL 
INTRC PL 
INTRO PL 
INTRC PL 
INTRC PL 
INTRC PU 
INTRO PL 
INTRC AR 
INTRC AR 
CEHATF T 
CEBATE 
CEeATE 
CEBATE 
DERATE 
CEPAl F 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 

Id 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 



C N M C A T I CN 
Cf MCAT I JN 

c^^'ICA^ICN 

C^MCAT10^ 
C^MCATION 
CNMCATICN 
C^^ ICATIUN 
<:"!' (CATION 
CKMCAl ICN 
CrMCATICN 
e SPEAKING 
SPFAK IMG 
SPEAMNG 
SPEAKING 
SPEAKING 
SPEAKING 
SPEAKING 
E SPEAKING 
e SPEAKING 
SPIAKING 
SPf AMNG 
SPEAKING 
SPEAKING 
SPEAKING 
SPFAKING 
SPOAKING 
SFEAKI NG 
SPFAKING 
SPFAKING 
GU DEBATE 
GU DEBATE 
ECHMCUES 
ECHNIUUES 
FCHNIQL6S 
ECHMOUES 
ECHNIgUES 
tCHMOUES 



INTRC Tr IHFATPF 

INTRC TC THEATRE 

INTRL TC IHEATRE 

INTRL TC THEATRE 

INTRL TC IHEATRE 

INTRO TC THEATRE 
THEATRE PPACTILUM 



FOP BRDCST MAJCHS 



VCICE 
VOICE 
VOICE 
VOICE 
VCICE 
VOICF 
VCICE 
VOICE 
VCICE 
VOICE 
VCICE 

vnicr 

VOICE 
VCICE 
VOICE 

vciicfc 

VOICE 
VOICE 
VUIC5 
VOICE 
VOICF 
VCICE 
VOICF 
VOICE 
VOICE 



PICT 

DICT 
CICI 

ciri 

CICI 
CICT 
CICT 
DICT 
CICT 
CICT 
CICT 
CICT 
CICT 
DICT 
CICT 
CICT 
DICT 
CICT 
CICI 
DICT 
CICT 
CICT 
CICT 
CICT 
CICT 



INTERP 
INTERP 
INTFRP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTFRP 
INTFRP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTFRP 
INTFRP 
INTFRP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTERP 
INTFRP 



6 

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9 

9 
1" 
11 
12 

1 

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3. 

3 

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9, 
9 

10, 

11 

11 

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12, 
1 

1, 
2, 
2, 
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3, 
3, 
4, 
6, 

12. 

12, 

4, 

4 . 
4. 
4, 
4, 
4, 



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,00 TC 

OC TC 

,00 TO 

,10 TO 

,10 TC 

,10 IC 

10 TO 

10 TO 

,00 10 

CC TO 

10 TO 

OC TC 

CC TO 

10 TC 

10 TC 

10 TO 

10 TC 

10 TC 

10 TC 

10 TO 

10 TC 

10 TC 

10 TO 

10 TC 

IP TC 

10 TO 

OO TC 

10 TO 

10 TO 

1" TO 

10 TO 

10 TO 

10 TO 

10 TC 

10 TC 



8,50 
8.50 
9.50 
9.50 
10.50 
12.00 
1.00 
2.10 
3.00 
4. 10 
8.50 
8.50 
9.5T 
9.51 
10.50 
12.00 
12.00 
1.00 
I. CO 
2.00 
2.00 
3.00 
3. no 
4.00 
4.0O 
4.10 
4.0O 
5.00 
7.40 
2.00 
2.0O 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 
6.00 



AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

N 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

AM 

N 

N 

PM ! 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 



Vi 

W 

K 

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W 

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M 

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TH 

TH 

TH 

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TH 
TH 
TH 

TH 
W 

TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 
TH 

TH 
Vt 

W 

In 

W 



F274 
F262 
F274 
F262 
F274 
F274 
F274 
H274 
F274 
F274 
P220 
!F262 
JF274 
|D215 
jF232 
|h274 
!f506 
iF262 

;f506 

|F274 
!f262 
iF262 
iF?62 
F274 
F274 
F262 
P220 

r274 

F534 
F201 
f 506 
F201 
F214 
F244 
F262 
F274 
!F556 



MCKR 
SN( P 
MCKH 
MCKR 
MCKP 
MCKO 



214 MCKP 



T 


TH 


367 


MCKR 


M 


U 


367 


MCKB 


T 


TH 


36 f 


MCK8 


M 


M 


328 


MCKB 


T 


TH 


367 


MCKB 


T 


R A 






M 


k 


328 


MCKB 


T 


n A 






M 


w 


211 


MCKB 


T 


H A 







HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



2.10 


TO 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


EXTH 


HFAC 


2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


R220 


HFAC 


2.11 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T 


TH 


620 3 


HFAC 


2.11 


TO 


s.'-o 


PM 


T 


TH 


F506 


HFAC 


2.10 


TO 


3.01 


PM 


T 


TH 


F556 


HFAC 


2.10 


TC 


3.00 


PM 


T 
T 


TH 

8 A 


ARENA 


HFAC 



8. CO 

a.oc 

8.00 
8. CO 
8.00 

a. 00 



TO 

TO 
TO 
TO 
TU 
TO 
TC 
TO 
TO 
IC 
TC 
TO 



8.50 AM 



50 
5C 

,50 



50 AM 
50 AM 
5C AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 
50 AM 



11.10 
11.10 

11.11 

11.10 
11.10 
11.10 
12.10 
12.10 
12.10 
12.10 
12.10 
12.10 
1 .10 



TC 12, 

TU 12, 

TO 12 

TO 12 

TO 1? 

TO 12 

Tf 1, 



TO 
TO 
TC 
TU 
TO 
TO 



50 AM 
50 AM 

00 N 

01 N 
00 N 
OO N 
10 N 
00 '■i 
00 PM 
00 PM 
OO PM 

00 PM 

01 PM 

00 PM 
-^0 PM 



M 


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C130 


HFAC 


M 


M 


H232 


HFAC 


M 


h 


F244 


HFAC 


T 


TH 


E50O 


HFAC 


T 


TH 


F232 


HFAC 


T 


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F?44 


HFAC 


M 


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F214 


HFAC 


M 


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F232 


HFAC 


M 


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F244 


HFAC 


T 


TH 


F214 


HFAC 


T 


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F232 


HFAC 


T 


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HFAC 


M 


t> 


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M 


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HFAC 


M 


k 


F?44 


HFAC 


T 


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HFAC 


T 


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F232 


HFAC 


T 


TH 


F244 


HFAC 


M 


Vi 


F2I4 


HFAC 


M 


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HFAC 


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HFAC 


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HFAC 



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Ct 
Ct 
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COMPTON M 1 
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OOWOLE H L 
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ST^FF 

TAYLOR J S 
STAFF 

WILKINS E J 
STAFF 



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STAFF 

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MACOiJG 

APRI >1G 

MACO'IG' 

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STAFF 

STAFF 

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STAFF 

STAFF 

STIFF 

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STAFF 

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TAUGHT 


RCGM 


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ENROLLMENT 


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TE^c•^e>< 


55329 


SP CA 121 


26 


VOICE CICT INTtPP 


3 




I.IC 


TC 


2.00 py 


" '« r232 


HFAC 






STORES < L 


5533'? 


121 


27 


vnicfc ricT iNTty^ 

VOICE CICI INTE<<P 


3 




l.lO 


TQ 


2.00 PM 


f W ' ?44 


HFAC 






IULSTR = <C 3 


55349 


121 


28 


J 




I.IO 


TC 


2.O0 PM 


T TF -214 


HFAC 






NF.LSC\ < 3 


55359 


121 


29 


VOICE CICT INTERP 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


T TH >-237 


HFAC 






ST->R <i K L 


55369 


121 


30 


VOICE CICT INTCKP 


3 




i.in 


TO 


2.00 PN 


T TH >-244 


HFAC 






PALSTRE.IO 


S537C 


121 


31 


VOICE CICT INTFRP 


3 




2.10 


TC 


3.10 PM 


M tv B220 


HFAC 






COSTCLt J RC 


5536C 


121 


32 


VOICE CICT IKTERP 


3 




2.10 


TC 


3.'^0 PM 


M V. |-232 


HFAC 






WH I T R 1 f 


55390 


121 


33 


VOICE CICT INTERP 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M W y 244 


HFAC 






SC4NLCM L E 


5543C 


121 


34 


VCICE CICT INTERP 


3 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH f214 


HFAC 






CnST=LL3 RC 


55410 


121 


35 VCICF CIC7 INTERP 


3 H 


2.K 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH r232 


HFAC 






HHir=; ". 


5642C 


121 


36 i VOICE CICl IMCRP 


3 


F 


2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T TF -244 


HFAC 






s.:a>ilcn l f 


5543C 


121 


37 


VOICE DICI INTFRP 


3 


E F 


7.00 


TO 


7.50 AM 


DAILY 


214 


HFAC 






OA^T^ HF.\L 


55440 


121 


38 


VCICE CICT INTFRP 


3 


F S 


7. CO 


TO 


7.50 AM 


OAILY 


214 


HFAC 






BAkr-l N6AL 


55450 


121 


39 


VOICE CICT INTERP 


3 


F 


4.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


K W F F232 


HFAC 






MCKINLW LA ' 


55461 


121 


90 


VCICE CICT INTERP 


3 


y 


4.10 


TC 


6.30 PM 


M p5C9 


HFAC 




F 


ST-«i)T-1^S RE 


55471 


121L 


1 


LAB 







9.00 


TC 


tJ.SO AM 


F FXTH 


HFAC 






POP? K T 


55481 


121L 


2 


LAa 







11.10 


TC 


12. "0 N 


F :XTH 


HFAC 






FAUX G C 


55491 


IZIL 


3 


LAd 


3 




1.10 


TC 


2."0 PM 


F jlXTH 


HFAC 






ST^F^ 


55501 


123 


1 


FUND CF ACTING 


3 




8.00 


TO 


8.50 AM 


M W F t20 3 


HFAC 






CROSLANO lA 


55511 


123 


2 


FUNC CF ACTING 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


M ki F b203 


HFAC 






HI ATT « -3 


55521 


123 


3 


FUNO CF ACTING 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12. CO N 


M U F t203 


HFAC 






CPCSLA'O I A 


55531 


123 


4 


FUND OF ACTING 


3 




i.n 


TO 


2. CO PM 


M h F iE203 


HFAC 






«ITCHr-LL AO 


S5541 


123 


5 


FUNO CF ACTING 


3 




2.10 


in 


I.O" PM 


M W F P203 


HFAC 






HI ATT R G 


55552 


126 


1 


MAKEUP 


1 




10. oc 


TO 


12.00 N 


M t< t?28 


HFAC 




WARNE-? i3 J 


55562 


126 


2 


KAKEUP 


I 




I.IC 


TC 


3.00 PM i M t. e2?« 


HFAC 




LE>(IS T S 


55572 


126 


3 


MAKEUP 


1 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 1 T TH p228 


HFAC 




WAR»4FR rt J 


55582 


127R 


1 


COLLEGIU^ CRAMA 


1 




3.10 


TC 


4.P0 PM K f-534 


HFAC 






GOLIviHTLYMC 


55592 


130 


1 


INTRC HU^ CCM PRCC 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM ! T TH iF201 


HFAC 






GI lU J 3 


55602 


231 


1 


NCK»' CEV HCK CCHM 


2 


i 11.10 


TO 


12.0" N i T TH fc5C9 


HFAC i 




NEWM\N P M 


55612 


232 


I 


PHCNETICS 


' 




12.10 


TO 


1.03 PM j T TH iE509 


HFAC 






Mr c < = p c 




SP CA 242 H 


OME S 


lUDY (21C HPCBI 






* 




1 
1 




■ 








55622 


SP CA 242 


1 


RE^'En CF CC** DISCR 


2 




e.oo 


TO 


8.50 AM ! T TH iF?01 


HFAC 






JE< J L 


55632 


301 




8USCPRCF SPEAKING 


2 


H i 9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM i M t> F515 


HFAC 






JFNKIWS J « 


55643 


301 


2 


BUSCPRCF SPEAKING 


2 


F : 9. CO 


TO 


9.50 AM - T TH 


F262 


HFAC 






JENSEN •-■ R 


55653 


301 


3 


BUStPRCF SPEAKING 


2 


y ^ 11.10 


TO 


12.00 N ; M V. t=534 
9.25 PM i W F534 


HFAC 






F^isr M F 


55663 


301 


90 : BUStPRCF SPEAKING 


2 


F \ 7.45 


Tf 


HFAC 




E 


STAFi^ 


55673 


305 


1 j CISC CCNF LDPSHlP 


2 




9. CO 


TC 


9. 50 AM M W F 


R220 


HFAC 






JENSf^M £ '^ 


55683 


305 


2 ' CISC CCNF LDKSHIP 


2 




lo.cn 


TO 


10.50 AM M w F p220 


HFAC 






STfPHA^ t G 


55693 


305 


3 CISC CCNF IDPSHIP 


2 




12.10 


TL 


1.00 PM M 'n F 


7509 
F509 


HFAC 






JENKIMS J R 


557C3 


305 


4 CISC CCNF LDRSHIP 


2 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM M H F 


HFAC 






JENKINS J R 


55713 


309 


1 PARLIA PBCCEOUPE 


1 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 PM T TH 


E50 9 


HFAC 




' 


RATEIAM J L 


55723 


312 


1 


CEeATf TEChMQUES 


1 




4.10 


TO 


6.00 PM • M 


f-201 


HFAC 






RICH^TSJNJ J 


55734 


317R 
SP CA 319 H 


1 
ONE S 


THEATRE PSACTICUM 
rUDY (210 FRCBt 


V 


t 








T a A 










HENSuN C 


55744 


SP CA 319 


1 


FUND STAGE CRAFT 


2 




10.00 


TC 


10.50 AM 


M W 


R2C3 


HFAC 


LAB CARD RFO 




wALKiER J L 


55754 


319 


90 


FUND STAGE CPAFT 


2 




4.23 


TC 


6.ro PM 


W 


D228 

rPTH 


HFAC 




E 


KALK = R 1 L 


55764 


319L 


1 


LAB 







8. CO 


TC 


10. '^0 AM 


M 


HFAC 






WALKi^R 3 L 


55774 


319L 


2 


LAB 







10.00 


TC 


12.03 N 


M 


JRTH 


HFAC 






WALKE-l 3 L 


55784 


319L 


3 


LAB 







1.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


M 


DRTH 


HFAC 






WALKED 1 L 


55794 


319L 


4 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


5."r PM M 


DRTH 


HFAC 






WALKF^l 3 L 


55804 


319L 


5 


LAB 







1.10 


TO 


3.00 PM T 


CRTH 
JRTH 


HFAC 






WALKED 3 L 


55814 


319L 


6 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


T 


HFAC 






WALK^^ 1 L 


55825 


319L 


7 


LAB 







8. Of 


TC 


10.30 AM 


W 


ORTH 


HFAC 






WALKER 1 L 


55635 


319L 


8 


LAB 







10. CO 


TC 


12.00 N 


H 


DRTH 


HF AC 






wALK^i^ 3 L 


55845 


319L 


9 


LAB 







l.io 


TC 


3.00 PM 


U 


DRTH 


HFAC 






WALKER 3 L 


55855 


319L 


10 


LAC 







1.10 


TO 


5.00 PM 


W 


:rth 

-RTH 


HFAC 






rtALKE< J L 


55865 


319L 


11 LAB 







1.10 


TQ 


3.00 PM 


TH 


HFAC 






hALKE< J L 


55675 


319L 


12 LAB 







3.10 


TC 


5.00 PM 


TH 


CRTH 


HFAC 






WALKER 1 L 


55885 


319L 


13 LAB 


3 




8.0" 


TO 


10. OO AM 


F 


tiRTH 


HFAC 






WALKER 3 L 


55895 


319L 


14 i LAB 


n 




IP. CO 


TO 


12.00 H 


F 


CPTH 


HFAC 






WALKER 1 L 


55905 


319L 


15 1 LAB 


6 




1.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


F 


DRTH 


HFAC 






WALK?'* J L 


55916 


319L 


16 i LAB 


3 




3.10 


TC 


5.00 PM 


F 


DRTH 


HFAC 






WALK=R 3 L 


55726 


319L 


90 


LAB 







4.00 


TO 


7.00 PM 


M 


B249 


HFAC 




E 


WALKER 3 L 


55936 


3X9L 


91 


LAB 


i 


6.00 


TO 


9.00 PM 


W 


C249 


HFAC 




E 


^ALKc-< J L 


55946 


325 


I 


ACV INTERP STCRY 


3 




3.10 


TO 


4.0" PM 


M K F 


F50h 


HFAC 






GLfcOHILL PR 


55956 


325 


2 


ACV INTEFF STOI'Y 


3 




10.30 


TQ 


10.50 AM 


M h F 


F262 


HFAC 






STE'JA<T G N 


559*6 


325 


3 


ADV INTEFP STOPY 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


M ■,> F 


F536 


HFAC 






GLEDHILL PR 


55976 


325 


4 \ ACV INTEBP STOPy 


3 




2.1C 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M W F 


r506 


HFAC 






MITCHELL M 


55986 


32 5 


90 i AOV INTFRP STOFY 


3 




5.00 


TO 


7.30 PM 


W 


F?32 


HFAC 




E 


POPE K T 


55996 


327R 
SP CA 340 H 


1 \ COLLEGIUr' Df!A^'A 
i 
CME siruOY (210 FRCRI 


1 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM. 


M 


f-534 


HFAC 


MAJOPS ONLY 




GOLI -.HTLYMC 


56CC8 


SP CA 340 


1 SPEECH FATt-ClOGY 


8 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


F430 


HFAC 


LAB CARD REQ 




OENTLEY J 


56018 


340L' 


1 ■• LAS 







9.00 


TO 


11.00 AM 


M W F 


•474 


HFAC 






BENTLEY J 


56328 


340L 


2 1 LAB 


3 




s.co 


TO 


11.30 AM 


T TF F 


f-474 


HFAC 






BtNTLEY J 


6603 8 


340L 


3 LAB 







1.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


M h F 


F474 


HFAC 






BENTLEY J 


56C48 


340L 
SP CA 351 H 


4 LAB 

PME SJrUDY (210 FRCB) 


n 




1.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH F 


f-474 


HFAC 






BENTLFY J 


56056 


SP CA 351 


1 ; AUOICLCGY 


3 




8. CO 


TO 


8.50 AH 


M V, F 


F430 


HFAC 






JUNES K 


56C6 8 


352 


1 


LIP l-EAO AUD TRAIN 


3 




9.00 


TC 


9.50 AM 


M >4 F 


r4 30 


HFAC 






MtCR- P C 


56378 


360 


90 


CREATIVE CRAMATICS 


2 




5. CO 


TC 


6.40 PM 


TH 


FSO 


HFAC 




E 


STRIJTHIS RE 


56088 


360 


91 


CREATIVE CRAMATICS 


2 




5.00 


TO 


6.43 PM 


TH 


F506 


HFAC 




E 


jOAKS H R 


56G99 


371 


1 


F0RENS1C5 FHOGRA"! 


3 




fl.OO 


TC 


8.50 AM 


M K r ' 


F201 


HFAC 






j MACDOGLL AB 


56109 


377 


1 


SEC TCF CUP fThOS 


3 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


M W F 


fi203 


HFAC 




C 


, STRJTH^S RE 


56119 


378R 


1 1 PLAYWRITING 


2 




2.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


T TH 


F515 


HFAC 






iGfiLi ;htlymc 


56129 


381R 


1 


CLIN KTHC AUDIOLCG 


1 




9. CO 


TC 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


F474 


HFAC 






[JCNES K C 


56139 


381R 


2 


CLIN f'THC AUDICLCG 


1 




11.10 


TC 


12. "0 N 


OAILY 


F474 


HFAC 






JINFS < C 


56149 


381R 


3 


CLIN KTHC AUDICLCG 


1 




12.13 


TO 


1.00 PM 


DAILY 


F47 4 


HFAC 






WE \VE« R M 


56159 


381R 


4 


CLIN ^THC AUDICLCG 


1 




3.10 


TO 


4.00 PM 


OAILY 


h474 


HFAC 






WEAi/ER R M 


56169 


362R 


1 


CLIN ^T^-C LIP READ 


1 




10. CO 


TO 


10.50 AM 


DAILY 


F474 
F474 


HFAC 






MLCR= P C 


56179 


382R 


2 1 CLIN MHC LIP HEAD 


1 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 N 


OAILY 


HFAC 






MCCRif P C 


56180 


382R 


3 


CLIN fTHC LIP READ 


1 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


DAILY 


F474 


HFAC 






MGL'Rt " C 


56190 


382R 


4 


CLIN CTt-C LIP READ 


1 




2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


OAILY 


F474 


HFAC 






MCCRE P C 


56200 


401 


1 


ACV SPEFCF CCMP 


2 




1.10 


TC 


2.00 PM 


M V, F 


F556 


HFAC 






FROST 1 


56210 


401 


2 


ACV SPEECt- CCMP 


2 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


M U F 


F556 


HFAC 






RATE^AN J L 


5622C 


403 


1 


PERSUASIVE SPEAK 


2 




9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


-556 


HFAC 






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5624C 
5t25C 
5t26C 
54271 
562B1 
562S1 
563C1 
56311 



SP OA *12 
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SP CA 461 
460 
461R 
46 IR 
461R 
47<J 
485 
485 
485 
486 
487 . 
491 
521 
523 
527 
527 
527 
52? 
527 
528 
529 

SP CA 560R 

SP OA 5ftOR 
564 
572 
578R 
590 
021 
623 ■ 
6 30 
630 
632 
632 
633 
642 
642 
643 
643 
644R 
644R 
644R 
647 
64 7 
650 
650 
652 
652 
656 
656 
660 
66o 
671 
67? 
674R 
675 
678 
68CR 
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6elR 
683P 
6B3R 

690 SfcG 1 F 

690 SEC 2 ( 



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CA 690 
690 
693 
696 
699 
731 
772 
797 
799 



STATISTICS 



1 

2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
90 
1 
1 

HOME 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
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1 

90 
1 
1 

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1 

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1 
2 
3 
1 

90 
1 

90 
1 

90 
1 

90 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 
2 



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THEORY CF 
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SPCH PATF 
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221 


1 


221 


2 


221 


3 


221 


4 


221 


6 


221 


7 


221 


8 


221 


9 


221 


10 


221 


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221 


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CCr'M DlS CFRB PLSY 
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SPFC PRCJ COHM DIS 
SPbC PRCj CC^M OIS 
ORAL CCfN ^ENTAL R 
ORAL CCKN ^E^TAL R 
CLINICAL AUCICLCGY 
CLINICAL AUOlULOGY 
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STAGE LIGHT IMG 
INTERN SFf ECH PATH 
INTERN SfEECH PATH 
INTERN ALCICLUGY 
PEACTICLf AUDIULOG 
PRACTlCUf' AUDICLCG 



OR SPEECH NAJCRS CNLY 



CR DRAfA MAJCFS CNLY 



METH PPCa RSRCH 
^^TH PRUl' PSFCH 
SEN IN PERSUASION 
Stf INTERPPPTATICN 
MASTERS THESIS 
DRAf THCC a CRIT 1 
DIR L STAGING 1 
RESEARCH 
CISSERTATILN 



PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PKIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CE STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 

PRIN CF STATISTICS 



1 .n ir 2.00 PM 

I'. 00 1C K'.SO AM 

1 .10 IC 2.O0 PM 

12.11 TU LO-^ PM 

9. CO TG 11.00 AM 

9. CO in 11.00 A« 

1.10 TC 3.00 PM 

1. 10 in 3.00 PM 

9. CO TO 9.50 AM 



8.0C TC 8.50 AM 

11 .10 TO 12.00 N 

9.00 TC 9.50 AM 

11.10 TC 12.00 N 

1 .10 TC 2.01 PM 



5.00 IC 
5. CO TO 

5.01 TC 
5.00 TC 
5. CO TC 
3.10 TC 

11.10 TC 

3.10 TO 

10.00 TO 

11.10 TC 

I .11 TO 

10. CO TO 

7.45 lU 

3.10 in 

4.10 TC 



9. CO TC 

12.11 TO 

2.10 TC 
b.G 

9.'-0 TC 

«.C0 TC 

4. 10 TO 

4.11 10 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 
3.10 TC 
4.1C TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TC 
4.1C 



6.30 PM 

6.30 PM 

6.30 PM 

6.30 PM 

6.30 PM 

4.00 PM 

12.00 N 

4.00 PM 

10.50 AW 

12.00 N 

2.00 PM 

10.50 AM 

9.25 PM 

4.00 PM 

5.00 PM 



TC 6 



PM 
AM 



TO 



4.10 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TU 
10 TO 
10 TC 
10 TO 

10 TC 

11 10 



1.10 TC 



9.50 AM 
1.00 PM 
3.00 
51 
9.50 AM 
8.50 AM 
6.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
6.1c PM 
6.00 PM 
4.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
6.11 PM 
6.10 PM 
6.00 PM 



6.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

6.10 PM 

.6.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

6.10 PM 

6.00 PM 

6.00 PM 

?.00 PM 



11.10 TC 12.10 N 
3.10 TC 4.00 PM 



9. CO TO 9.50 AM 
9.00 TC 9.50 AM 



11.10 TC 12.00 N 

10.00 TC 10.50 AM 

11.10 TC 12.10 N 

2.11 TC 3."0 PM 

fl.OO TC 8.50 AM 



7. 

7. 

R. 

fl. 

9. 
10. 
10. 
11. 
11. 
12. 

1. 



or TC 

00 TO 
CO TC 
C 





01 
00 
00 T 
or T 

11 

10 
11 
10 



7.50 AM 

7.50 AM 

6.50 AM 

8.5 AM. 

9. 5" AM 

10.50 AM 

C 10.50 AM 

L 12.00 N 

n 12.00 N 

C 1.00 PM 

C 2.10 PM 



T TH 

M h E 

M T W 
UAILY 

M V> F 

T TH E 

M fc, F 

T TH F 

T TH 



T IH 

T TH 

TH 

TH 

TH 

T 8 A 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M 

M V< 

M M 



TH 
kl F 



M Vi F 
M 

MkiTHF 
MhTHE 



R A 
T W 
M F 
TH 
TH 
W F 
W F 



TH 



TH 

e A 

T 

t< 

P A 

M 

TH 

e A 

B A 
B A 
R A 
A 



C205 
EXTH 
EXTH 
F430 
F474 
F474 
F474 
F474 
F4 30 



EXTH 
EXTH 
E?20 
n220 
8203 

f 474 
E474 
F474 
E474 
H474 
F556 
CENT 
F556 
F244 
P220 
E5C9 
r556 
C335 
K203 
D203 



EXTH 
EXTH 

r5i5 

F274 
F556 
F556 
E5C9 
F5C9 
F4 31 
F<30 
F430 
F516 
F50 6 
F431 
F430 



F515 
F515 
F556 
F556 
E515 
r515 
F556 
F556 
F556 

H515 
H515 

B228 
B228 



109 
201 
201 
331 
201 
257 
321 
201 
331 
211 
109 



HFAC 
HHAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 

HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HHAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HHAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 



HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 
HFAC 

HFAC 
HFAC 

HFAC 
HFAC 



F556 HFAC 
H515 HFAC 



F5r6 HFAC 



E515 HFAC 
F515 HFAC 



MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 
MSCB 



LAR CARO PFQ 



LAB CARD RED 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARD REU 
LAB CARJ REU 
LAB CARD REO 
LAB CARJ REQ 
LAB CARL) REO 
LAB CAPO RFQ 
LAB CARD REQ 



HANSEN H I 
CRCSLANI lA 
0A<S H ^ 
LO/J ; i 
LnVi "•, * 
LOn r, ^ 
LOW G « 
LCW J ■< 
MOG^E " C 



GLEDHILL PR 
GOLI GHTLYMC 
GOLI ;htly^c 

CRCSLANJ lA 
OAKS H R 
ST^UTMRS RF 
ST»FF 
STIFF 
ST AF^ 
STAFF 
STAFF 

STEPHAN E G 
FROST M = 
GIt38 J 
MITCHELL AQ 
STFvi\RT G N 
STEi^A^T G N 
FROST M F 
STFWART G N 
HANSE-J H I 
SPRIGGS D 



HF JSnM 

HANSEN 

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STAFF 

STEPHA 

8ATES1A 

JONES 

JONES 

NfcWMl^l 

NE'.^»1\\| 

NEWMAN 

JONES 

J JNES 

JE< J 

JEX J 

ST^FF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

LOh G 

LO/J r, 

WFAVEil 

WEAVER 

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MCCRS 

WEAVER 

WEAVE!^ 

POPF < 

METTEN 

HANSPN 

OAKS H 

HENSOM 

HENSCN 

STRIJTH 

LOW G 

Nti^MAN 

WEAVER 

WEAVER 

JONES 



C A 

I I 

LL AH 

TLYMC 

N F G 

<< J L 

< C 

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P M 
^ M 
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GIBB J 




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GIB8 J 




GLEOHILL 


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NE^MAM P 


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METT£:4 C 


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HANSEN H 


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STAFF 

STAFF 

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STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

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STAFF 

STAFF 

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CATG 




CLLfSt- 


CR 


( H 


CLASS-PERIOD 


DAYS 






SPECIAL 


APPROV 




INOFX 


DEPT NO 


SEC 


DtSCBiPTION 


hlf 


P K 








TAUGHT 


ROOM 


—BLDG 


tNROLCfNT 


IK FEE 


TKVCHFf 


57131 


STAT 221 


13 


PPIN CF STATISTICS 


3 




1.1? 


TC 


2.'-0 PM 


M ta F 


201 


HSCH 


LAH CARO RF« 




STAFF 


57U1 


221 ; 14 


PRIN CF STATISTICS 


1 




2.10 


Ti; 


3.00 PM 


M V. F 


201 


MSCB 


LAB CA»U =(EU 




CA'U-.^ 1 ri 


57151 


221 


15 


PPIN CF STATISTICS 


3 




3.1C 


TC 


4.00 PM 


H W F 


201 


MSCi 


LAB CARD REQ 




CHST=<Si?NH3 


57161 


221 


16 


PRIN CF STATISTICS 


3 




8.30 


TO 


9.50 AW 


T TH 


201 


MSCB 


LAB CARD HEO 




STJF^ 


57172 


221 


17 


PKIN CF STATISTICS 


3 




11 .ir 


TO 


12.30 PM 


T TH 


2''1 


MSCB 


LAB CARD REO 




STl"=i: 


57182 


221 


18 


PRIN CF STATISTICS 


3 




12.*" 


TC 


2.i1.-> PM 


T TH 


201 


MSCB 


LAB CARD RfcO 




STXFF 


57l<)2 


221 


90 


PPIN CF STATISTICS 


3 




5. on 


TO 


7.30 PM 


W 


257 


MSCB 




E 


STAPF 


5705C 


221H 

SECTIONS 11 
221 LAD WIL 


5 

. 12, 

L BE 


PRIN CF STATISTICS 

30 AKC 32 CF 
tAUGFT WITH 


3 




9.00 


TO 


9.5'} AM 


w h F 


20" 


MSCB 


HONORS 

LAB CARIJ REO 




FAJL<^(F< J? 


CCMFUTER FH 


PHASI 


>• 
























57202 STAT 221L 


1 


LAB 


a 




•i.lO 


TC 


8.50 AM 


M 


205 


MSCB < 




STlFi: 


57212 221L 


2 


LAH 







9.00 


TC 


9.50 AM 


M 


205 


MSCB 






STAFC 


57222 


221L 


3 


LAB 







10. oc 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M 


2C5 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57232 


221L 


* 


LAB 







11.10 


TC 


12.0? N 


M 


205 


MSCB 






STIFP 


572*2 


221L 


5 


LAB 







12.10 


TO 


1.00 PM 


M 


205 


M^CB 






ST^FF 


57252 


221L 


6 


LAB 







I.IO 


TO 


2.00 PM 


M 


205 


MSCB ! 




ST»PF 


57263 


221L 


7 


LAB 







2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


M 


20 5 


MSCB 






ST^Ff 


57273 


221L 


8 


LAB 







3.10 


TO 


4.00 "M 


M 


205 


MSCB 






ST»FF 


57283 


221L 


9 


LAH 


5 




* . IC 


TO 


5.00 PM 


H 


20 5 


MSCB 






STIFC 


57293 


221L 


1? 


LA-? 







H.CO 


TC 


9.5C AM 




205 


MSCB 






STAF = 


57303 


221L 


11 


LAB 







9.?0 


TO 


9.50 AM 




705 


MSCB 






STIFF 


37313 


221L 


12 


LAB 







11. IC 


TO 


12.00 N 




705 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57323 


221L 


13 


LAB 







12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


. 


205 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57333 


221L 


1* 


LAP 







1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 




205 


MSCB 






ST\FF 


573*3 


221L 


15 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 




2C5 


MSCB 






ST>F? 


•5735* 


221L 


16 


LA8 







3.10 


TO 


*.00 PM 


' 


205 


MSCB 






ST»FC 


5735* 


221L 


17 


LAB 







4.10 


in 


5.00 PM 




205 


MSCO , 




ST^FF 


5737* 


221L 


18 


LAB 







8.00 


TO 


fl.50 AM 


W 


205 


MSCB 






ST^F■: 


5738* 


221L 


19 


LAB 


1 




9. JO 


TL 


9.50 AH 




205 


MSCB 






STAFF 


5739* 


221L 


20 


LAB 







10.00 


TO 


10.50 AM 




705 


MSCB 






STIFF 


57*0* 


221L ; 21 


LAB 







11.10 


TC 


12.30 N 


" 


205 


MSCB 






STiFF 


57*1* 22U i 22 


LAB 







12.10 


TC 


1.03 OH 




705 


MSCB 






sr\FP 


57*2* 


221L ; 23 


LAB 







1.10 


It 


2.00 PM 




2^5 


MSCB 






STAF>: 


57*3* 


221L 2* 


LAP 







7.10 


TO 


3.00 PH 




205 


MSCB 






ST4F = 


?7**5 


221L 25 


LAB 







3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 




205 


MSCB 






ST»FF 


57*55 


221L 25 


LAB 







«.oo 


TC 


6.50 AM 


IM 


205 


MSCB 






ST»Fi: 


57*6 5 


221L 27 


LAB 







9.00 


TO 


9.50 AM 


TH 


205 


MSCB 






STAFC 


57*75 


221L , 28 


LAB 


(1 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 N 


TH 


205 


MSCB 






ST^P•= 


5748 5 


221L ! 29 


LAO 







12. n 


TC 


1.00 PM 


TH 


2C5 


MSCB 






STIFF 


57*95 


221L 1 30 


LAB 







1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


TH 


205 


MStB 






STAFF 


575C5 


2211 , 31 


LAB 







2.10 


TO 


3.00 PM 


TH 


29 5 


MSCB 






STIFF 


57515 


221L 32 
STAT 2*1 HtlMt ST 


LAB 
UDY (2K FRCB) 







3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


TH 


205 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57525 


STAT 2*1 




ELFK PPCEABILITY 


2 




10. 00 


TO 


10.50 AM 


M W F 


700 


MSCB 


• 




FAJLKNF* JF 


57636 


321 




ELF^' KATF STAT 


3 




11.10 


TO 


12.00 N 


M W F 


109 


MSCB 






STACC 


575*6 


330 


, 


STAT CETF IN BUS 


3 




8.00 


TC 


8.50 AM 


M h F 


200 


MSCB 






CH5TEi|S?\Ha 


57556 


332 




STAT ^'ET^ IN ENGR 


2 




e.co 


TO 


8.53 AM 


M W F 


109 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57566 


332 


90 


STAT ^ET^ IN ENGR 


2 




5.00 


70 


6. 40 PH 


TH 


262 


MSCB 




E 


STAFF 


57576 


336 




STAT CETF SCI 1 


3 


9. CO 


TO 


9.50 AM 


M W F 


109 


MSCO 






CAUF« 4 A 


57586 *21 




ThECBY CF STAT 1 


3 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


M K F 


257 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57596 


432 


1 


CLAL- CCNT IND STAT 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PM 


M tl F 


1C9 


MSCB 






RICH\<OS 00 


576C6 


433 




OPERATICKS BSRCH 1 


3 




1.10 


TO 


2.00 PM 


M K H 


257 


MSCB 






RICHAPOS TC 


57616 


501 


1 


STAT RSPCH hCRK 1 


5 




9.CC 


TC 


9.50 AM 


DAILY 


257 


MSCB 






8EUS ■:, B 


57627 


501 




STAT RSPCH tiORK 1 


5 




9. or 


TO 


9.50 AM 


OAILY 


331 


MSCB 






HiLTC< H •; 


5763 7 t 502 




STAT RSRCH WLRK 2 


5 


11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


DAILY 


247 


MSOB 






BFUS -, 3 


576*7 1 511 


1 


APPL CC^f STAT PR 


3 


12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


M k F 


109 


MSCB 






CRANOALL VJ 


5765 7 ; 531 




EXPERIf'ErTAL DSGN 


3 


10. CO 


TC 


10.50 AH 


M k. F 


201 


MSCB 






CARTF^ i M 


i 552 SEC I SHOULD 


RE TAKFK RY 






















1 THOSE TAKING 55* 


IN TFE SPRING. 






















57667 STAT 552 I 


STAT CThCS IN FU 1 


3 i 


7.30 


TC 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


257 


MSCB 






HFNJKIX L J 


57577 552 i 2 


STAT fTHCS IN EO 1 


3 




12.10 


TC 


1.00 PM 


M t. F 


257 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57587 552 90 


STAT NTFCS IN ED 1 


3 




*.lo 


TC 


5.40 PM 


M 


266 


MSCB 




F 


HENO^IX L J 


576S7 55* 1 


STAT fTFCS IN ED 2 


3 




*.10 


TC 


5.30 PM 


T TH 


257 


MSCB 






HFn^IK L J 


57707 ' 55* : 90 


STAT ^T^CS IN FD 2 


3 




4.10 


TO 


5.30 PM 


T TH 


257 


MSCB 


■ 


F 


HENORI « L J 


57718 ' 591R 1 


GFAD SEF STATISTIC 


.5 




*.13 


TC 


5.00 PM 


W 


201 


MSCB 






BELS G ^ 


57728 621 1 


AOV ThECRY STAT 1 


3 




2.10 


TC 


3.00 PM 


M h F 


200 


MSCP 






FAJL<NE< JE 


57738 631 1 


ACV EXPFP DESIGN 


3 




10. CO 


TC 


10.50 AH 


M h F 


IC9 


MSCB 






ST^FC 


577*8 636 1 


ACV STAT ^'ETHODS 


3 




11.10 


TC 


12.00 N 


M W F 


200 


MSCB 






RicHMos oe 


57756 ' 690R 1 


SPEC TCPICS STAT 


3 




3.10 


TC 


4.00 PH 


M t< F 


200 


MSCB 






STAFF 


57758 f 695 


1 


READINGS IN STAT 


V 










T 9 * 










STAFF 


5777£ j 699 


I 


MASTERS TFESIS 


V 










T B A 










STAFF 


SWEDISH 




























5778a SWEC 3^0 


90 


INTRC SWEDISH LIT 


* 


f 


5.20 


TO 


7.00 PM 


M TH 


361 


MAR 8 




A E 


jOHANSCNi ce ' 


TURKISH 










1 


















5779 8 


TURK 101 


1 


1ST YR TLRKISH 


* 










T B A 










MONT-.-^-IY DC 


57B09 

ua 


490R 

\RITIC 


1 


INOIV STLCY 


V 










T B A 










MCNT.;.^-«V PC 


57819 

YO 


UGAP 781 

UTH L 

VTH L 172 H 
VTH L 173 H 


1 

EA 

CMF S 
CME S 


ELFf UCAPITIC 

DERSHIP 

TUDY J21C HPCP) 
TODY 1210 FRCU) 


3 




10. CO 


TC 


10.50 AM 


M V. F 


468 


JRCL 






ADAMS W J 


57829 


VTH L 173 


1 


nOV SCCLT LCRSHP 


2 




. 8. en 


TC 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


106 


RO 






SKIN-«FH :» 7) 



96 



ZOOLOGY 

ZCOl 1^5 



DECT 



CMG 



YTH L 174 HLMfc Srurv (^IC hCCH) 



YiM 1. 



305 
305 
312 
3 32 
370 
373 
3 73 
375 
37B 
37a 
376 
380 
383 
3H1 
361 
3B1 
382 
382 
<.12 
480 
492 
492 



SFC 



105 

105 

105 

105L 

105L 

lOSL 

10 5L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

lObL 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

10 5L 

105L 

105L 

nSL 

nSL 

105L 

105L I 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

115L 

105L 

105L 

10 5L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

lf>5L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

1C5L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

105L 

I'lSQ 

105Q 

1050 

1050 

1050 

1050 

1050 

l'"'5C 



9^ 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

lb 

17 

18 

19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 

25 

2b 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 

32 

3 3 

34 

35 

36 

37 

39 

39 

40 

41 

42 

43 

44 

45 

46 

47 

48 

49 

5C 

51 

52 

53 

54 

55 

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4.00 PM 

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247 


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T TH 


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59024 


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59034 


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5. or PM 


T TH 


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59044 


203 


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4 11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


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445 


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LAB CARO REO 




WHITE - V 


59054 


203 


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12.00 N 


T TH 


445 


MARB 


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59C65 


203L 


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9.0O AM 


M W 


340 


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5907 5 


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11.00 AM 


M M 


340 


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3.00 t>M 


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340 


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5910 5 


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3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


M t. 


340 


WIOB 




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59115 


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7.JC PM 


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5912 5 


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10.00 AM 


T TH 


340 


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59135 


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340 


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5914 5 


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59156 


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340 


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59166 


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59176 


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59196 


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59206 


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5929 7 


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6.00 PM 


M 


548 


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ST^FF 


59307 


261L 


5 


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10.00 AM 


T 


548 


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59317 


261L 


6 


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12.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


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59327 


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7 


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9.00 AM 


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59338 


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548 


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59348 


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9 


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3.00 PM 


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548 


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59356 


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6.00 PM 


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548 


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59368 


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59378 


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261L 


13 


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5.00 PM 


TH 


548 


WIOB 




ST4FF 


5939 8 


261L 


14 


LAB 







7. CO TO 


9.00 AM 


F 


548 


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STAFF 


5940 8 


261L 


15 


LAI 







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12.00 N 


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STAFF 


59418 


262 


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9.50 AM 


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253 


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59429 


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11.10 TO 


12.00 N 


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253 


MARB 


LAB CARO KfQ 


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59439 


262 


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9. CO TO 


9.50 AM 


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253 


MARB 


LAB CAPO RE'J 


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59449 


262 


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7.30 PM 


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350 


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59459 


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3.00 PM 


T 


350 


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59479 


262L 


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5.00 PM 


T 


350 


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59489 


262L 


4 


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5.00 PM 


V« 


150 


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STAF^ 


59499 


262L 


5 


LAB 







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3.00 PM 


TH 


350 


BRMB 






STAFF 


59509 


262L 


6 


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3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


Th 


350 


BRMB 






STAFF 


59510 


262L 


7 


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10.00 AM 


F 


350 


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262L 


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12.00 N 


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350 


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2.00 PM 


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350 


BRMB 






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59540 


262L 


10 


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p 




2.10 TC 


4.00 PM 


F 


350 


BRMB 






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5955 


276 


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3 


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1.10 TO 


2.00 PM 


M W F 


445 


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5956C 


2 76 


90 


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3 


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5.15 TO 


6.30 PM 


T TM 


734 


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5957C 


312 


1 


INTR M<RINfc EICL 


3 




12.10 TO 


1.00 PM 


M k. F 


248 


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HRAlTHkTELF 


595BC 


317 


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3 




12.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


248 


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LAB CARO KFO 




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59590 


317L 


1 


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2. 10 TO 


5.0Q Ph 


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534 


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59601 


317L 


2 


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10.00 AM 


T 


534 


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ST\FF J 


59611 


317L 


3 


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I. 10 TO 


4.00 PM 


T 


534 


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STIFF [ 


59621 


317L 


4 


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11.00 AM 


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534 


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59631 


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5 


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1.10 TC 


4.00 PM 


W 


534 


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59641 


331 


1 


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4 




8. CO TO 


8.50 AM 


T TH 


248 


MARB 


LAB CARO REO 




WHITHEAO *I 


59651 


331L 


1 


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10.00 AM 


M h 


240 


BRMB 






STAFF j 


5966 1 


331L 


2 


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10. CO TC 


12.00 N 


M h 


240 


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59671 


331L 


3 


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1.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


T TH 


240 


BRMB 






STAFF 


59681 


331L 


4 


LAB 







3.10 TO 


5.00 PM 


T TH 


240 


BKMB 






ST\FF 


59691 


344 


1 


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4 




8.00 TC 


B . 50 AM 


M h F 


274 


HARO 


LAB CARD RFO 




PRITCHTT CL 


59 702 


344L 


1 


LAB 







12.10 TC 


2.00 PM 


M M 


360 


WIDB 






STAFF 


59712 


344L 


2 


LAE 







11.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


360 


WIOB 






STACF 


59722 


3441. 


3 


LAB 







I. 10 TO 


3.00 PM 


T TH- 


360 


WIOB 






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59732 


363 


1 


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4 




9. CO TC 


9.50 AM 


T TH 


252 


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LAB CARD RFO 




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59742 


363L 


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10.00 AM 


M V> 


?34 


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59752 


363L 


2 


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11.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


M V, 


334 


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STAFF I 


59762 


363L 


3 


LAB 







1.10 TO 


3.00 PM 


M W 


334 


WIDR 






STAFF J 


59772 


363L 


4 


LAB 


3 




4.10 TO 


6.00 PM 


M k 


334 


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STAF= ■ 


59782 


363L 


5 


LAB 







11.10 TC 


1.00 PM 


T TH 


334 


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ST4FF 1 


59793 


376 


1 


GENERAL CENETICS 


3 




?.10 TC 


3.00 PM 


M b. F 


456 


MARB 






JCfFERY e 1 


59803 


380 


1 


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3 




10. OC TO 


10.50 AM 


M W 


2 52 


MARB 


LAB CAPO REO 




CHAP4AN 4 1 


59 813 


380L 


1 


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3 




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5.00 PM 


M 


147 


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5982 3 


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2 


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2.10 TC 


5.00 PM 


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147 


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59833 


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10.00 AM 


r 


147 


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59843 


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2 




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2.00 PM 


M w F 


247 


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59853 


430 


1 


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3 




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3.00 PM 


M k 


366 


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59t63 


430L 


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6. CO PM 


M k 


601 


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59944 


465L 




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59964 


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59975 


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586 


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4631 


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11.10 


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586 


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6CC18 


521 




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365 


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366 


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547 




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360 


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601C9 


551 




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jORONse-i en 


60119 


551L 




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2.10 


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363 


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6C150 


620 




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363 


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696R 




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799 




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11399 
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12310 
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300 
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120 
121 
122 
227 
233 
236 
256 
259 
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261 
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326 
327 
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RENNION 3 C 


E 


STAFF 


E 


STIFF 


E 


STAFF 


F 


STIFF 


E 


STAFF 


E 


STAFF 


E 


STAFF 


E 


STAFF 


E 


STAFF 


E 


STIFF 


E 


STIFF 


E 


TAYLOR J 


E 


WAHL^IST EF 


E 


THOMAS J A 


E 


HUNSAKER OG 


E 


ESPLIN R S 


E 


HALL 3 H 


E 


ALDER r r. 


E 


MCKELLAR JG 


E 


BEST i3 S 


E 


RIDE 4H1URTE 


E 


WILLIIMS RS 


E 


CLARK 3 3 


E 


EVANS .1 L 


E 


HANKS K H 


E 


MORGAN V F 


E 


STAFF 


t 


MORGAN V F 


E 


RIGGS F P 


F 


RIGGS J R 


E 


HOLLINGSHDS 


E 


STAFF 


E 


SLAU3H K 


E 


STAFF 


E 


SLIDE J K 


F 


GREEN J A 


F 


STAFF 


E 


PRATT 


E 


FLICK R C 


F 


POPE A W 


E 


RIGBY H Q 


E 


JACKSON R H 


E 


STEVE.MS J 


E 


BRIMHALL WH 


E 


RRIMHALL <*H 


E 


BUSH11N J R 


E 


BUSHM\N J R 


E 


PAER J L 


E 


BULLOCK < C 


E 


SMITI « F 


E 


RCOS K L 



INDEX 



21483 

ilia 

21756 
21807 
52C9C 
5210C 

52201 
!>22)2 
52303 
52313 
25674 
255H7 
25S«7 
26008 
26054 
2617C 
26291 
26403 
26413 
26423 
26473 
26494 
2665E 
26666 
26716 
26736 
26848 
26E5e 
26868 
26928 
26989 
27C00 
27C21 
27122 
27172 
27213 
27223 
27344 
27405 
27749 
27799 
26427 
28599 
28640 
2868C 
23700 
2t771 
28 791 
28811 
23832 
2889 2 
29005 
29Cli 
2902 5 
2904 5 
29055 
29065 
29C85 
29106 
29146 
29166 
29137 
29257 
29356 
29571 
30 1.9 1 
30231 
3C383 
20393 
30413 
30434 
30454 
30545 
30616 
3C777 
3C8Ce 
3C818 
30939 
30949 
30959 
30969 
3C979 
3C980 
30990 
31001 
31011 
31021 
31031 
31041 
31051 
31062 
31072 
31102 
31466 
31506 
31676 
31820 
32C94 
32114 
32134 
32266 
32357 
32680 
32731 



OEPT 



CATG 

NU 



GtRH 

GERf 

GER^ 

GERM 

GUICS 

GUICS 

GUIDS 

GUIOS 

GUIDS 

GUIOS 

GUIOS 

HLTH 

HLIh 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTH 

HLTh 

HLTH 

HISl 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HISI 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HIST 

HM EC 

HORT 

HUM 

I NO 

IND 

INU 

INO 

INI) 

IND 

IND 

INO 

INO 

INO 

INO 

IND 

INO 

IND 

IND 

INO 

IND 

INO 

IND 

IND 

INO 

INO 

INO 

KOREA 

LATIN 

LAW E 

LAW 

LAW 

LArf 

LAW 

L I 

L I 

L I 

LIB 

Lib 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

KATH 

KATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

KATt- 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 

MATH 



101 
201 
321 
326 
015 
014 
101 
101 
121 
121 
121 
121 
130 
130 
130 
325 
361 
362 
460 
465 
466 
561 
660 
110 
111 
120 
121 
170 
170 
170 
270 
323 
331 
333 
360 

366 ; 

378 ; 

379 I 
488 I 
490 ' 
650 ' 
112 I 
101 i 

105 ; 

100 : 

210 I 
250 i 

289 ; 

319 i 

365 i 
388 1 
460 i 
593A i 
593B i 
593C I 

610 ; 

625 i 
630 : 
635 I 
694K 
695R i 

698 I 

699 I 
131 I 
232 ! 
410 i 
340 i 
111 

101 ! 

101 1 

102 \ 
301 I 
302 
HI I 
423 j 
642 i 

201 : 

211 I 
051 
090 
090 
097 
097 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
101 
105 
106 
108 
109 
111 
112 
113 
121 
141 
214 
305 
306 



SEC 



SPECKL APFRUVAL (EOUIP 



GER-CL 



-CLASS FCE, 
ASS FILLING 



CCUKSt 
DESCPIPTIUN 



90 
90 
90 
9-) 
90 
91 
90 
91 
91 
91 
92 
90 
93 
91 
92 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
91 
92 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
91 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
91 
90 
91 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 



f-EVE 

GENER 



ISI ¥R GERFAIM 
INTRKO KtiC £ CCNV 
3R0 YR GRAf £ COMt> 
CfcRC P^'L^ (. FRCNUN 
RE^-fcCIAL SPELLING 
PtfELIAL SPELLING 
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EFF STCV ACJ CCL 
COL OEV READING 
COL UEV REAOINC 
CUL CEV PEAOINC 
FIRST AID t SAFETY 
PfRSCNAL FtALTH 
PERSCNAL HEALTH 
PtRSCNAL HEALTH 
SAFETY FCOCATICN 
SCH HLTH ELEM TCHR 
SCH HLTH SEC TCHRS 
LRUG USE t. ABUSE 
HLIH t SELF CESTR 
HLTH t SELF OfSTR 
HEALTH CF BODY SYS 
BCDY RESF HTH-OIS 
WORLD CIVILI? I 
WORLD CIVILU 2 
U S TC 1665 
U S SINCE 1865 
AHfRICAN HERITAGE 
A.VCRICAN HERITAGE 
AKEHICAN HERITAGE 
ISSUES IN AM Hisr 
EUROPE 20Th CENT 
USSR £ EAST EUROPE 
KUDtKN GERMANY 
AMERICAN FRCNTIEK 
LTAH 

EMERGENCE KCn AKER 
CCNTIMP L S HIST 
HISICPICCRAPHY 
HISTORICAL RSRCH 
ORG £ AOf hH fcC ED 
FLCRAL DESIGN 
INTRO HUt-ANITIES 
k(00 FINISHING 
RFCREATICN HANCICR 
CARPENTRY FRAMING 
GRAPHIC ARTS 
POWER SCLRC INOUST 
LPHQLSTERY 
CRAFTS 3 

POhER TRANSMISSION 
INOLSTRL PLASTICS 
WCRKSHCF INDUST ED 
WCRKSHLF INOUST ED 
WCBKSHOF INCLST FD 
HIS INDLST TECH £U 
C CCN INCLST TECH 
PPC6 ADULT INU ED 
PLAN ECUIP INO TFC 
READ CCCNF 
PRC3 IND £ TECH ED 
FIELD PROJECT 
KASTFRS THESIS 
PRCD CPERATIONS 
PATERIALS SCIENCE 
CONST MAT £ METHOD 
KOREAN 

BFG LAT ACCELERATE 
INTRC LAW ENFiJkCe 
INTRO LAW ENFORCE 
PATROL ACKIN 
CRIM PROC £ EVIO 
CRIMINAL INVESllG 
USE CF BCCKS £ LIB 
REF THECRY £ SERV 
SEN AOV REF£HIBLIQ 
INTRC LIBRARY SCI 
ACC LIB ( IKCI MAT 
PLANf CFCMETRY 
ALGEBRA 
AlCEURA 
MATH REVIEW 
KATH PFVIEW 
INTEPfEO *LGtDRA 
IN7EFM6D /LGfBRA 
INTtftMEC ALGEBRA 
INTERMEC *LGfcrtPA 
INTERMEG ALGERP.A 
INtERMFO ALGEh»'A 
INTEPMEC /LGEURA 
INTEPMEC ALGEBRA 
INTERMEO ALGEBRA 
INIERfEO ALGEBRA 
COLLEGE ALGEBRA 
TPIGCNC^ETRY 
BASIC ANALYSIS 
INTRC CALCULUS 
CCLLEGE ALT £ TRIG 
ANAL GFC*' £ CALC 1 
ANAL GFC*- £ CALC 2 
TECHNICAL MATH 
IMRC CALL £ ANAL 
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BASIC CCNC OF MATH 
CCNCfcHlS OF MATH 



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EC EEFCRE CLASS C4RC 



-TEACHER, 0-OEPABTMENT CHAIRMAN, C-TEACHfB CEP 



AL RECUIREMENTS ~ 



B-9 



S MAY EE 



CLASS-PERIOD 



MNG FEE CF »3.00 PER CRtCIT HOUR, *-CLASS FFh PLUS EVFNI 



5.00 
5. CO 
7.45 
5.01 
5.00 
5,00 
5.f 
5.00 
4.10 
4.10 
5.20 
6. CO 

6,ro 

6 • 00 
7.45 

6.:o 

4.10 
6. CO 
6.00 
4.10 

6.00 
4.10 
4.30 
4.30 
5.00 
5.00 
7.45 
5.00 
5.45 
5.00 
7.45 
5.00 
5.00 
5.10 
7.45 
5. CO 
4.30 
5.00 
4.30 
5.0C 
7.45 
7.45 
6. CO 
6.30 
5.00 
7.45 
6.30 
6.30 
4.10 
4.10 
4.10 
7.00 
7.00 
7. CO 

4.n 

6.00 
6.00 
4.10 



6.10 
6.10 
6.00 
5.20 
5.10 
5.00 
7.45 
5.00 
5.00 
7.45 
6. CO 
6.00 
5.00 
6.15 
5. CO 
5.00 
5.00 
7.45 
5.00 
5.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4.00 
4. CO 
4. CO 
4.00 
4.00 

4.ro 

4.00 
5.30 
5.20 
5. CO 
5.20 
6.00 
5.00 
5.21 
4.20 
5.45 
6.00 
5.20 
7.45 
7.45 



TO 6.40 
TC 6.40 
TC 10.15 

TO 7.30 



TC 
Tt 
TO 
TC 
TC 
TC 
TC 
IC 
Tf, 
TO 
TC 
TC 
TO 
TO 
TC 
TO 

TC 
TO 
10 
TC 
TO 



6.40 
6.40 
7.30 
7.3^ 
6. on 
6.00 
7.00 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
9.25 
7.30 
6.00 
7.30 
7.30 
b.OC 

8.30 
6.00 
7,00 
7.00 
7.30 



DAYS 

TAUGHT 



TC / 7.30 
TO 10.15 
TO 7.30 
TC 7.00 
IC 7.30 



TO 10.15 



7.30 
7.30 
6.50 
9.25 
7.30 
7.00 
7.30 
7.00 
7.30 
10.15 
TO 10.15 
TC 9.30 
TO 10.00 
TO 7.30 
TC 9.50 
TC 9.30 
TC 10.00 
TC 6.40 
TO 6.40 
TC 6.40 
TC 10.00 
TC 10.00 
TO 10.00 
5.50 
7.4C 
7.40 
5.40 



TO 
TC 
TC 
TO 



10 10.00 
TO 10.15 
TC 8.30 
TC 7.0C 
TO 6.00 
TC 7.30 
10 10.15 
TC 7.30 
IC 7.30 
TC 10.15 
TC 7.40 
8.40 
7.40 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
7.30 
10 10.15 
IC 7.30 



7.30 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
6.15 
7.00 
7.00 
7.30 
7.00 
8.05 
7.30 
7.00 
7.00 
7.50 
7.40 
7. 00 
10.15 



TO 10.15 



PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PK 

PM 

PM 

BM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM I 

PM j 

PM ; 

PM i 
PM I 
PM i 

j 
PM j 
PM ; 
PM ! 
PM I 
PM j 
PM I 
PM I 
PM ! 
PM I 
PM i 
PM j 
PM i 
PM I 
PM I 
PM j 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 
PM 



PM j 

PM ' 

PM I 

PM i 

PM i 

PM ; 

PM i 

PM I 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 

PM 



OBTAINEt — 
TIFICATICN OFFICF, 



M TH 
M TH 

W 

TH 

W TH 

W TH 

1H 

W TH 

M W 

M w 

T TH 

V 

V 

TH 

TH 

W 

M 

W 

TH 

M 

T A 

TH 

M 

M 

M 

W 

W 

TH 

W 

M TH 

TH 

TH 

W 

w 

W 

W 

TH 

M 

TH 

C 

TH 

W 

W 

T 

TH 

T TH 

T 1H 

T TH 

W 

M 

M W 

M W 

T 

T 

T 

T 

TH 

W 

TH 

T B A 

T B A 

T B A 

T H A 

TH 

W 

TH 

M TH 

DAILY 

W 

TH 

TH 

W 

W 

TH 

W 

TH 

W H 

TH 

TH 

TH 

W 

W F 

W F 

M TH 

M TH 

M TH 

M TH 

M TH 

M TH 

M TH 

M TH 



TH 
to F 



M TH 
W 



TH 

F 

F 

TH 

TH 

F 

F 

TH 



PCCM — BLDG 



310 

3<:9 

136 

213 

' 103 

: 1C3 
i 1" 

i 149 
! 162 
i 162 

162 
i 235 
' 271 

271 
: 271 
I 206 

206 
; 231 
i 235 
' 271 

2Ct 
235 
115 

A159 
115 
214 
445 
267 

A049 

A 1 59 
136 

\ 165 

: 125 

1A06 7 

: 363 

I 166 

: 121 

; 328 

i 488 

12237 

iA240 

A018 

290 

; 290 

: 190 

255 

105 

290 

290 

105 

112 

220 

220 

220 

?20 

225 

220 

220 



MCKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

MCKB 

STIH 

STIH 

4KP 

JKB 

BRMB 

BR MO 

BRMQ 

RB 

R8 

RB 

RH 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RB 

RH 

RB 

MCKH 

JKBA 

MCKB 

MCKB 

MAPB 

HG8 

JKBA 

JKBA 

MCKB 

HGA 

JKB 

JKBA 

MAPB 

HG8 

MSCR 

MCKB 

JRCL 

SFLC 

CLFB 

JKBA 

SNL3 

SNLB 

SNLB 

SNL-B 

B31 

SNLB 

SNLB 

831 

lALC 

SNLB 

SNLB 

SNLB 

SNLB 

SNIB 

SNLB 

SNLB 



120 


SNLB 


120 


SNLB 


225 


SNLB 


214 


MCKB 


212 


MCKB 


343 


MARB 


248 


MARB 


136 


MCKB 


348 


MARB 


367 


MCKB 


524 


JRCL 


526 


JRCL 


526 


JRCL 


524 


JRCL 


56 5 


JRCL 


295 


MSCfl 


104 


MSCR 


104 


MSCfl 


135 


MSCB 


135 


MSCB 


108 


MSCB 


267 


MSCB 


112 


MSCB 


116 


MSCB 


120 


MSCB 


134 


MSCB 


136 


MSCB 


201 


MSCB 


261 


MSCB 


26? 


MSCB 


A170 


JKBA 


295 


MSCB 


A052 


JKBA 


A08B 


JKBA 


111 


MSCB 


203 


MSCB 


265 


MSCB 


112 


MSCR 


109 


MSCB 


100 


MSCB 


108 


MSCB 


262 


MSCB 



SPEC lAL 
ENROLLMENT 



APPROV 
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P-PHYSICAL SCIENCE, R-HELIGICN, S-$nCIAL SCIFNCE, L-LANGUAGE, M-MATHEMAT ICS-ST ATI STICS-LOGIC-SC IF NCE . 
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STACF 

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STSFF 

STAFF 

ST^FF 

STAFC 

STAFF 

STAFF 

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THORT ^ R 
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ST't.JiRT n M 
ALLEN J ^ 
ST^FF 
FOX 4 

CHAMOLE^ JL 
CA'^OCN L 3 
MAHEV M a 
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WATMC^ r J 
CA'^BBcLL FE 
ALEX41=< TG 
MAIL )W H C 
PU'jr V c 
LA7S0'4 i 1 
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MC<ELL 
G^CVS^ 
MC<EIL 
MCKELL 
MC<ELL 
MC<FLL 
K'1HK0 4?M KF 
MQiJIE^SEN K 
MCKU'NOJ A^ 
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LUNMifN L e 

FLETCHS^ CT 

LU\0 L J 

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STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAF = 

ST\FF 

STAFF 

STACF 

STAPe 

STAFF 

ST4FF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

ST\FF 

STAEF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

STAFF 

ST»FF 

STAFF 

ST\HH 

STAFF 

STAFF 



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INDEX 



ObPT 



C4T& 
NO 



SFC 



tf.LlfSF 



( R 
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CLASS-ITKino 



TAYS , 
TAUr.Ht 



ROOM — HLDG 



SPECIAL 
FNRnLL>^ENT 



APPROV 
OR FEF 



FHACHFR 



32761 
32t22 
33t2? 
3A16S 
34199 
3^27C 

35101 
35111 
35^60 



36072 
3b'i2t 
36f 99 
il27t 
37287 
37529 
37t30 
37681 
38359 
3902 8 
39038 
39048 
39C58 
3926! 
39271 
39281 
39291 
39301 
39311 
39554 
43052 
40063 
4014 3 
4C154 
4070C 
40902 
40912 
40922 
409 32 
41196 
41206 
41307 
41530 
41793 
42744 
43130 
43150 
43302 
43615 
43696 
44031 

44C41 

44051 

44C61 

44384 
44991 
45033 
45205 
45215 
45245 
45447 
45478 
45538 
4565C 
457fll 
45791 
■•461C6 
46126 
46156 
46166 
462C7 
46288 
46318 
46366 
4642S 
46490 
46530 
46571 
46601 
46621 
46652 
46834 
47128 
47148 
47178 
47249 
47269 
47411 
4747? 
47532 
47563 
47583 
47623 
47704 
47735 
47755 
48969 
48989 
46979 
49082 
49C92 
49102 
49112 
49456 
4'^466 



307 
3?l 



MATH 
MATh 

MCQIO 121 

MCBIO 311 

VCUIU 321 

HCBIC) 322 

MUSIC 101 

MUSIC 105R 

MUSIC 105R 

MUSIC 202 

MUSIC 226 



90 
9C 
9j 
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9r 

90 
90 
90 
91 
9-> 



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APL (.MO CIFF >fCS 
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CLASS PIANL BEGIN 
CLASS PIANC BFGIN 
ESSENT .|r CCNOUCT 



SEC 9; LAU TPA 



MUSIC 

MUSIC 

MUSIC 

NOKV<C 

NOKhE 

ORG B 

PHIL 

PHIL 

PE 

P£ 

PE 

Pt 

Pfc 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

Pt 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

Pb 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PE 

PHSCS 

PHSCS 

PHSCS 

PHSCS 

PHSCS 

PHSCS 



226 
337 
363 
101 
201 
425 
101 
110 

m 

131 

131 
131 
131 
133 
133 
133 
133 
133 
133 
140 
160 
160 
161 
161 
176 
178 
178 
178 
176 
180 
180 
181 
184 
189 
449 
100 
105 
107 
127 
177 
177L 



PHSCS 177L 
PHSCS 177L 
PHSCS 177L 



PHSCS 
PHSCS 
PHSCS 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PL SC 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
PSYCH 
P ACM 
P ADM 
P ACM 
P ACM 
P AOM 
E 



REC 
REC 
REC 
REC 
REC 
PEC 
REC 
REC 
REC 
REL 
REL 
REL 
REL 
REL 
REL 
REL 
REL 
REL 



211 
699 
799 
105 
105 

lie 

170 
300 
310 
402 
564 
568 
ill 
240 
320 
321 
330 
350 
357 
365 

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374 

365 

440 

450 

454 

460 

640 

601 

602 

603 

610 

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337 

388 

470 

480 

570 

6 94 

698 

699 

121 

121 

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122 

12? 

122 

122 

211 

212 



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90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
95 
90 
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92 
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90 
90 
90 
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90 
90 
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90 
90 
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90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
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90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
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90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
92 
91 
91 
91 
92 
93 
90 
90 



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MUS t. NAT EL CHILD 
VtCAL V»r«KSHUP 
ISt YK NCP'oEGlAN 
INTRK Nfl-h READ 
PbRSC^^tL NANAGEMT 
LI.Glr t 1 ANGUAuE 
INTRL PI-ILCSOPHir 
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G(JLF-HFGINMNG 
GLLF-.UCINMNG 
GCLb-lTEGINMNO 
GULF-BEG INMiMG 
TOM S-e EG INNING 
TtNMS-bEGINMNG 
TENMS-hECINNING 
TENM S-UEGINNING 
Tl KM S-F)EGINNING 
TENNI S-tsECINNING 
EASKfTdALL-SEOlN 
SnIVNING-HEGIUNING 
S-J IM,vi\G-nr-GINMNG 
S^I'^f ING-INTERKCU 
S«IMMKG-INTf RNFO 
ACT fCft FITNESS 
PKCC ViT TRAING-BEG 
PFCG kiT TRAING-rtEC 
PPCG WT TRAING-rtEG 
PFCG VvT TRAING-BEG 
SUCIAL DANCE 
SnCIAL CANCE 
bCLK UANCF 
RHYTHK L CANCF 
LATIN ANERICAN-BEG 
PPC'i AThL INJURIES 
ESSENTIALS PHYSICS 
INTHC PHYSICS 
l.NTRC PHYSICS LAB 
OESCPIP /VSTRCNLMY 
PHSCS LGET FHTGPHY 
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LAS 

LAB 

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MASTERS TI-ESIS 
UlSSf RTATICN 
CUPREN'T AFFAIRS 
CUKRENT AFFAIRS 
ft^ERICA^ F(L SYST 
INTRC INTSNATL POL 
PCLITICAL INQUIRY 
L S FCLITICAL SYST 
INTRC FCL PHIL 
JLRISPPUCfNCE 
ANGLC AM LGL INST 
GENERAL FSYCHJLOGY 
PFRS I. sec ADMLST 
PSYCH CF CHILDHOCO 
f'SYCH CF ALCLESCEN 
INDUSTRIAL PSYCH 
INTRC TC sex PSYCH 
GRP KEL I EADERSIUP 
f'CTIVATICN 
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EXPERIMENTAL PSYCH 
PHYSICLLCICAL PSYC 
AKNCPN/IL FSYCH 
PE^SCNALITY 
PSYCH CF RELIGION 
PRIN OF LEARNING 
INTELLIGENCE TEST 
CUANTITAT IVF ANALY 
ORGANZTNL ANALYSIS 
PUEL PFRSCNNEL ACM 
PRtJ IN FUtLIC AOM 
PkCGRAN ACMN 
fUND TcCt- fCUNTNRG 
PHIL CF FE(REATION 
LDRSHP IN DANCE 
THERAP REC PRUGRAM 
CIR LEADERSHIP RFC 
ThER RFC NED HANOI 
SEM IN READINGS. 
FIELD FMCJECTS 
MASTERS IFESIS 
INTRC BCCK Cb MORM 
INTRC BCCK OF KORM 
INTKO HCCK CF MORM 
INTRC dCCK LF MORM 
INTRC BGCK CF MORM 
INTRO BCCK CF MORM 
INTRO HCCK OF MORM 
NEh TESTAMENT 
NFV. TESTAMENT 



S F 

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5. C.I TC 

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7,30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.40 PM 
7.40 PM 



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7.45 TC 10.15 PM 
7.45 TC 1".15 PM 



4.30 TC 
5.00 TC 
6. 00 TC 
5.50 TO 



5.00 TC 
5.00 TU 



7.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.30 PM 



7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 



5.01 

5.00 
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5.00 
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,0C PM 
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,10 PM 
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,00 PM 
,00 PM 
,00 PM 
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,00 PM 
,00 PM 
40 PM 
40 PM 
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CO PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
OC PM 
OC PM 
30 PM 
15 PM 
OC PM 
30 PM 
30 PM 
40 PM 
15 PM 
15 PM 
15 PM 
15 PM 

30 PM 

31 PM 
30 PM 
30 PM 
35 PM 



6.00 TC 
6.00 TC 
5. CO TC 
5.30 TC 
5.00 TC 
7.45 TC 
5.00 TO 
7.45 TC 
7.45 TC 
5.00 TC 
6.00 TC 
5.03 
5.00 
5.5C TC 
5.00 TO 
fc.CO TG 
7.45 TC 
5.20 TC 
5.00 TC 
5.00 TO 
5. CO TC 
7.45 TC 
7.45 TC 
5.00 TO 
5. CO TO 
6.30 TG 
6.30 TO 
6.30 



TG 
TO 



TO 



6.30 TO 



6.30 TO 
8.00 TC 
5. CO TC 
8.00 Tf 
5. CO TC 



7.40 PM 
7.40 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.3C PM 
7.30 PM 

10.15 PM 
7.30 PM 

10.15 PM 

10.15 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.4'"' PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 

10.00 PM 

10.15 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.3C PM 
7.30 PM 

10.15 PM 
9.25 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
9.00 PM 

11.20 AM 
7.00 PM 

10.00 PM 
7.00 PM 



5. CO TO 7.00 PM 



7.45 TO 
7.45 TO 
6.00 TC 
5.20 TO 
5.50 TO 
5.20 TC 
5.50 TO 
7.45 TO 
7.45 TO 



9.25 PM 
9.25 PM 
7.40 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
9.2 5 PM 
9.25 PM 



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L C 
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241 
284 
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134 
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134 
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255 
260 
280 
380 
280 
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288 
282 
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282 
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202 

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SFH 

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RB 

RB 

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RB 

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JKB 

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MARR 

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SFLC 

SFLC 

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SFLC 

SFLC 

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SFLC 

MSCB 

JKB 

JKBA 

MSCB 

MSCB 

RH 

RB 

Rb 

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2C2 RB 



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MEN ONtY 



MEN ONLY 

MEN ONLY 

MEN ONLY 

MEN ONLY 

MEN ONLY 



LAB INCLUDED 



MAJURS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 
MAJORS ONLY 



FIELD TRIP REQ 
FIELD TRIP REfJ 



176 


JSB 


176 


JSB 


245 


JSB HONORS 


210 


JSB 


215 


JSO 


205 


JSB 


240 


JSB 


250 


JSB 


255 


JSB 



103 



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DUOLFY J 
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BU'TMSHA^CJ 
RCGKER C K 
HllBEE K L 
WEIGHT G 
CUNDICK R P 
HUCCE H S 
TAYLOR G C, 
BUNKcR G L 
HAROr K R 
WEAVER R A 
PECERSF\| aM 
CANMQN W G 
P0.3I^lSL•^l PW 
HCEIL R J 
CARLISLE A 
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WRIGHT <^ 
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WITTWER ,1 S 
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LINDSEY 
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THCRST^SN C 
HAFEN 4 J 
CALL C 9 
HAFEg W J 
HAFEN ■* J 
HAFEN W J 
HARRIS J R 
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INDEX 



DFPT 



CATG 
NO 



StC 



CniJHSE 
DCSCPIPTION 



CR 
HR 



C B 
( L 
P K 



CLASS-PEBIOD 



DAYS 
TSUGllT 



RCQM — BLOC 



SPFCIAL 

tHROLlMtNT 



AWPOOV 
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PEL 231 Se 



5C339 
503*9 
5C359 
50501 
5C511 
496C7 

49749 
51118 
51128 
5146? 
51594 
51644 

4<;ycc 

49820 
4983C 
49850 
51776 
51786 
51816 
520C9 
52393 
52444 
52454 
62515 
52586 
52596 
52687 
52717 
52757 
52BC8 
52859 
52889 
52909 
52939 
5296C 
53301 
53032 
53062 
53143 
53163 
53254 
53446 
53656 
53921 
54155 
54246 
54338 
54913 
55461 
556*3 
55754 
55926 
55936 
55986 
56C78 
56088 
565)3 
56614 
56635 
56665 
56685 
56736 
56756 
56776 
56796 
57192 
57566 
57687 
57707 
57788 
58093 
59257 
59449 
59560 



PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PEL 

PUSS 

SOC 

snc 

jOC 

sue 

SOC 

see 

SCO 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 
SOC 

! SOC 

j SOC 
j SOC 
j SOC 
I SPAN 
! SPAN 
j SPAN 
I SPAN 
SPAN 
I SPAN 
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j SP DA 
i SP DA 
I SP CA 
! SP DA 
j SP DA 
SP CA 
{ SP DA 
i SP DA 
! SP DA 
I SP DA 
1 SP DA 
SP CA 
i SP DA 
j SP DA 
I SP CA 
SP DA 
SP DA 
STAT 
STAT 
STAT 
STAT 
SUED 
ZOOL 
200L 
ZOOL 
ZOOL 



231 

231 

232 

261 

261 

301 

324 

325 

327 

341 

342 

433 

444 

453A 

501 

511 

521 

527 

540 

541 

551 

385 

111 

112 

125 

210 

220 

220 

35IJ 

357 

360 

362 

364 

380 

383 

389 

397 

403 

404 

405 

460 

491 

543 

095 

101 

201 

321 

326 

441 

102 

121 

301 

319 

319L 

319L 

325 

360 

360 

527 

630 

632 

642 

643 

647 

650 

652 

656 

221 

3 32 

552 

554 

340 

105 

261 

262 

276 



C MA, 

90 
91 
90 
90 
91 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
91 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
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90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
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91 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 

90 



MR, 90 



FOP 



GOSP PPUC PRACT 
tOSP PRINC PP4CT 
cost- PPI^C PMACT 
INTRL GtKEALUGY I 
INTRC GENEALOGY 1 
THE CLO TESTAMENT 
CCCTF INtSCCVbNANTS 
nuCTPINfCCCVENANTS 
PEARL GREAT PRICE 
CHUR HIST TO 1846 
CI.UP HIST FR 1P46 
TChCS LIVING PROPH 
CHURCH IK 20TH CEN 
MURM In V»CPLL PEL 
PENT £ HIST BOOKS 
THE GCSPELS 
ANAL tF 8 CF MCR I 
HISTKOCCT P UF GP 
hPITING LDS HIST 
CDC HIST 1820-1839 
HIST TC 4TH CENT 
SCIENTIFIC RUSSIAN 
INTRC SCCICLOGY 
MOOERN SCCIAL PROb 
APPLIFD SCCirLCGY 
RACIAL £ MNDPYITY 
APPL SCCIAL STAT 
APPL SCCIAL STAT 
INTRO snc PSYCH 
GKP PEL LEAOrPSH 
INTRC sec WCPK 
INTRC sec INCV.WRK 
INTRC srC GHP WK 
INTRC CRIP £ PEN 
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r«ARR FAh" AM SOC 
DEV CF sec THFCRY 
SOC SYSTEPS ANAL 
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1ST YR SPANISH 
INTRM READ £ CCNV 
3RC YR GRAM £ COMP 
SPAN PHCN £ PPCNON 
SURVEY SPANISH LIT 
INTRC PUa SPEAKING 
VOICE CICT INTEPP 
BUS£PRCF SPEAKING 
FUNO STAGE CRAFT 
LAB 
LAii 

ACV INTERP STORY 
LPtATIVE DRAMATICS 
CREATIVE DRAMATICS 
STCPYTELLING 
METE PEC8 PES COM 
UYNA HUPAN CCMMC 
VOICE DISCPDIfRS 
CCPM DIS CEPb PLSY 
ORAL CLfl- A-ENTAL R 
CLINICAL AUDIOLOGY 
PEDIATRIC AUDIO 
HIST GUIC HEAR IMP 
PRIN OF STATISTICS 
STAT MtTE IN ENGR 
STAT VTHDS IN ED I 
STAT CTECS IN ED 2 
INTRO SWEDISH LIT 
ANIMAL BICLOGY 
ELE^ HLPAN PHYSIOL 
ELEP HUMAN ANATOMY 
HEREDITY 



45 in 
50 TC 



7.45 TO 
5.50 TO 
5.5'^ in 
7.45 TC 
5.50 TO 
5.50 TO 
5.50 TC 
5.50 TO 
5.50 TO 
5.50 TC 
5.50 Tn 
5.50 TO 
4.10 TC 
6.00 TO 
5.00 TC 
4.10 TO 
5.00 TC 
5. CO TO 
5.00 10 
5.20 TC 
5. CO TC 
7.45 TC 
5.20 TO 
5.20 TC 
5.00 TC 
5.00 TC 
6.00 TG 
6. CO TC 
5. CO TC 
4.30 TO 
6.00 TC 
5. CO TO 
5.30 TC 
7.45 IC 
4.30 TO 
5.20 TO 
5.00 TC 
5.00 TO 
5.00 TO 
5.20 TC 
6.0O TC 
5.00 TC 
5.20 TC 
5.20 TO 
7.45 
5.00 
5.20 TO 
6.00 TO 
4.10 TC 
7.45 TC 
4.20 TO 
4.00 10 
6.00 TO 
5.00 TC 
5.00 TC 
5.00 TC 
7.45 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TC 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TC 
4.10 
4.10 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TO 
5.00 TC 
5.00 TO 
4.10 TO 
4.10 TC 
5.20 TO 
7.45 TO 
5. CO TC 
5.00 TO 
5.15 TO 



TO 
TC 



IC 

TO 



9.25 PM 
7.30 PM 
9.25 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
9.25 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.3C PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
6.40 PM 
7.40 PM 
7.30 PM 
6.40 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
6.10 PM 
7.30 PM 

10.15 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.33 PM 
8.30 PM 

10.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
7. DC PM 
8.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.00 PM 

10.15 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.30 PM 
7.0C PM 
7.00 PM 
7.4C PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.00 PM 

13.15 PH 
7.40 PM 
7.00 PM 
7.40 PM 
6.30 PM 
9.25 PM 
6.00 PM 
7.00 PM 
9.00 PM 
-7.30 PM 
6.40 PM 
6.40 PM 
9.25 PM 
6.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
6.00 PM 
6. CO PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
00 PM 
30 



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30 PM 

7. 00 PM 

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BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY BULLETIN 

SUMMER SCHOOL 1971 




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Special Features 



Table of Contents 



Outstanding graduate programs in more than eighty 
fields of specialization. 

Extensive im.dergraduate offerings in sixty-three de- 
partments. 

Eminent resident faculty augmented by distin- 
guished guest instructors. 

Workshops, seminars, conferences, institutes, festi- 
vals, and lyceums. 

Classes in air-conditioned buildings. 

World-famous Timpanogos Hike. 

Wide variety of recreational activities including 
boating, fishing, hiking, and swimming. 

Attractive living accommodations in air-condi- 
tioned University housing. 

Gigantic 4th of July celebration. 

Cultural enrichment through lectures, plays, con- 
certs, and exhibits. 



Calendar of Events 

Application for admission due May 29 

Education Week on campus - June 8-11 

New student orientation Jvuie 11 

Registration* — Jiuie 14 

Instruction begins Jtine 15 

National holiday observed —..... (Monday) July 5 

First Term Ends -— July 16 

Second Term registration July 17 

Second Term begins - - July 19 

Second Term classes end -. - August 19 

Ninety-Sixth Summer Convocation _ August 20 

*For details see section on registration. 



Special Features — - _. 2 

Calendar of Events - 2 

Facts You Should Know __ 3 

Special Clinics, Workshops, etc. 5 

General Information .— .._ 9 

Code to Classroom Areas .__ 11 

Admission - - 12 

Registration _ _. 12 

University Fees - _ _.. 14 

Administration and Faculty 16 

Colleges and Departments __ _ 21 

Course Descriptions _ 25 

Campus Map _ _ 62 

Trial Registration Form _ _ 63 

Schedule of Class Sections ..__ Center Section Insert 



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AUGUST 



Volume 68 Provo, Utah 84601 February 15, 1971 No. 9 

Brigham Young University Bulletin. Published by Brig- 
ham Young University, Provo, Utah 84601, seven times dur- 
ing August; five times during January; four times during 
February, April, May, and July; three times during June and 
November; two times during September; and once during 
March, October, and December. Second-class postage paid 
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The University offers many continuous courses 
in the summer on the graduate and undergraduate 
levels which extend for two five-week terms. These 
are so coordinated that the work of the Second 
Term is a logical extension of the First Term. The 
rest of the courses are organized on a five-week 
term basis. AU students are urged to register in 
June for a full sununer's work. It is possible, how- 
ever, to register for either term separately. Ap- 
proximately sixty regular departments offer Sum- 
mer School instruction. Courses for which adequate 
registration does not occur may be cancelled by 
the director of Summer School. 



1. CLASS SCHEDULE 

All information concerning courses of study 
for Summer School is contained in this publication. 
SINCE NO SEPARATE CLASS SCHEDULE WILL 
BE PRINTED, PLEASE BRING TfflS BULLETIN 
WITH YOU WHEN YOU CONfE TO REGISTER. 

Course Numbering System. The following course 
numbering system is used by all departments of 
the University. 

1 to 99 Preparatory and remedial (non- 

credit) 
100 to 299 Lower division 

300 to 499 Upper division 

500 to 599 Advanced iindergraduate or 

graduate 

600 to 799 Graduate 

Credit-Hour Designation. The number of semester 
credits given for each course is in parentheses fol- 
lowing the course title. 

Abbreviations and Symbols. 

C, Continuous; F., First Term; S., Second Terai'. 

2. RELIGION CREDIT DURING 
SUMMER SCHOOL 

Each Summer School student who is registered 
for ten or more semester hours is required to enroll 
in a religion class carrying two hours of credit. 

3. DEVOTIONAL CREDIT 

One-half credit hour may be obtained by regis- 
tering for devotional. Attendance is required for 
both terms of Summer School at both devotional 
and forum. In order to receive credit, one must 
be in attendance at 15 or more of the assemblies. 
(See nvmiber 7 below) 

4. THE DEPARTMENT OF EVENING 
CLASSES 

An extra fee of $3.00 per credit hour in addi- 
tion to the regular tuition on the basis of total 



hours of registration is required for all daytime stu- 
dents who take evening classes with section num- 
bers 90 and above. Those registering for evening 
classes only, will register, pay the regular tuition, 
and finalize at the Department of Evening Classes 
registration held in the Smith Family Living Center 
Multi-purpose area. Registration will be on the 
same dates as for regular registration. Note: Sec- 
tion 90-99 classes are evening classes. 

5. HOME STUDY 

Home Study is a department of the Division 
of Continuing Education offering University credit 
for correspondence work. There are 263 courses 
available, representing 44 departments. Students 
may register for courses anytime during the year. 
Courses may be completed at the time and con- 
venience of the student for a cost of $16.50 per 
semester hour. Those interested in further infor- 
mation should contact the Home Study Office, 
Room 210 HRCB, or telephone 374-1211, Extension 
2868. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday 
through Friday. Students who register for Home 
Study courses may do so at the Home Study Office. 



6. CLASS PERIODS 

Classes are scheduled for sixty-minute periods 
as follows: 



6:30 to 7:30 
7:40 to 8:40 
8:50 to 9:50 



12:20 to 1:20 
1:30 to 2:30 
2:40 to 3:40 



10:00 to 11:00 (Assembly T and Th) 3:50 to 4:50 
11:10 to 12:10 5:00 to 6:00 

7. ASSEMBUES 

Assemblies are held on Tuesdays and Thurs- 
days at 10:00 a.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall of 
the Harris Fine Arts Center. General Authorities 
of The Chtirch of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 
will speak at the devotionals on Tuesdays. 

Student assemblies, guest artists, and lec- 
turers are presented on Thursdays. These assem- 
blies are designed to provide spiritual, intellectual, 
and cultural growth. Since no classes are sched- 
vded at this time, it is contemplated that all mem- 
bers of the faculty and student body will attend. 

8. ADMISSION POLICY 

Students of any race, creed, color, or national 
origin Eire accepted for admission to Brigham Yovmg 
University provided they maintain ideals and 
standards in harmony with those of The Church of 
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and meet the 
University's academic requirements. High stan- 
dards of honor, integrity, and morality; gracious- 
ness in personal behavior; application of Christian 
ideals in everyday living; and abstinence from 
tobacco, alcohol, and harmful drugs are required 
of every student. 



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Triple Combination Clinic 

Driver aind Safety Education Workshop 

Supervision of Student Teachers 

Youth Acculturation through Outdoor 

Survival 

lACP Workshop: World of Manufacturing 

National Creative Storytelling Clinic 

Driver Simulators and Driving Ranges 

lACP Workshop: World of Construction 
Creative Activities for Elementary 
Teachers 

Fifth Annual Recording Seminar 

Materials and Methods of 
Comprehensive Musicianship 



Workshop in Industrial Education: Creative Activities for 
Elementary Teachers (July 12-16, 1971) 
Industrial Education 593C (1 credit hour) 

A one-credit-hour course dealing with the problem of 
establishing a creative environment in which the learner 
is the chief architect who has the opportunity to learn 
while doing. Utilizes "scrounge" materials as the medium. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Dr. Edwin Hinckley, 250 Snell Industrial Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Driver and Safety Education Workshop (June 7-11, 1971) 
Health Science 502 (2 Credit hours) 

This workshop is planned specifically to develop a 
guide for kindergarten through the sixth grade. The two- 
credit-hour course will deal with all aspects of safety on an 
elementary school level. The State Department of Educa- 
tion is providing sizable stipends for the eligible partici- 
pants. Dr. Alton L. Thygerson and Darrel Josie will serve 
as program directors. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Allan Brinkerhoff, 120 Herald R. Clark Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Driver Simulators and Driving Ranges (June 21 - July 1, 

1971) 

Health Science 446 (2 credit hours) 

Health Science 446 is designed to acquaint traffic safety 
educators with the methodology and operation of driving 
simulators and multiple-car driving ranges. Emphasis will 
be on operation and maintenance of simulator equipment 
through actual experience. Dr. Alton L. Thygerson and Lynn 
Asay will serve as program directors. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Allan Brinkerhoff, 120 Herald R. Clark Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Fifth Annual Recording Seminar (July 12- August 13, 1971) 
Engineering Technology 271 and 272 (6 credit hours) 

The Fifth Annual Recording Seminar will be preceded 
by an intensive instruction program of four weeks' duration, 
with the fifth week concluding with a seminar program as 
in previous years. A student who attends the four weeks 
of instruction must attend the final fifth week to receive 
credit. Separate registration for the fifth week i3 available 
for those who do not desire credit. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Electronic Media, 140 Herald R. Clark Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 



Health Problems: Drug Use and Abuse Workshop 

Health Science 503 (2 credit hours) 

This workshop will include discussions and projects on 
history of drugs and drug problems, popular drugs and their 
effects, psychosocial issues, legal aspects of drug abuse, 
relationship of drug abuse to other problems, extent of 
drug problems, religion and drugs, cultural influences and 
determinants in drug use, review of audio-visual materials, 
current drug research, rehabilitation, goals of drug abuse 
education, prevention, and the development and compilation 
of instructional materials. Two semester hours of credit 
in Health Science 503 will be given for qualified registrants. 

For further information on dates and times, contact 
Brigham Young University, Special Courses and Conferences, 
242 Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Workshop in Industrial Education: World of Construction 

(June 28 - July 9, 1971) 

Industrial Education 593 A (2 credit hours) 

The industrial arts curriculum project is among the 
more promising of the recent innovation programs for in- 
dustrial arts. The world of construction is oriented to 
construction of all projects built on a site. Students will 
construct a mock-up appropriate for junior high school 
level students that includes framing, interior and exterior 
finishing, heat ducts, plumbing, electrical setup, painting, 
and roofing. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Dr. Edwin Hinckley, 240 Snell Industrial Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Workshop in Industrial Education: World of Manufacturing 

(June 14-25, 1971) 

Industrial Education 593B (2 credit hours) 

This course is concerned with production of a product 
in a central plant. The objective is to show how industry 
integrates men, machines, and materials into efficient pro- 
duction systems. This is accomplished by students working 
in groups with industrial tools, materials, and techniques 
to produce products that are representative, in principle, 
of products produced in a factory or plant. 

For further information contact Brigham^ Young Uni- 
versity, Dr. Edwin Hinckley, 250 Snell Industrial Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Special Lectures in Music Education: Materials and Methods 

of Comprehensive Musicianship (August 23 - September 2, 

1971) 

Music 630 (2 credit hours) 

A graduate-level course to be offered under the CMP 
(Contemporary Music Project) auspices. Designed and 
limited to college music teachers, the course will be taught 
by five national authorities who have been associated with 
the development of the concept of comprehensive musician- 
ship and its embodiment in the Institutes for Music in 
Contemporary Education and Teaching of Comprehensive 
Musicianship at the Eastman School of Music. 

The purp>ose of this course is to acquaint coUege 
teachers with the principles of comprehensive musicianship 
and with the means for applying them at the college level 
through si>ecific activities in composition, performance, 
and analysis. Special emphasis will be given to the first 
two years of required courses in musicianship. 

This workshop will take place at the Aspen Grove 
Family Camp, where participants can bring their families 
for an exciting two weeks in the mountains. Further in- 
formation can be obtained by writing to Brigham Young 
University, Dr. James A. Mason, CMP Workshop Director, 
C-550-A Harris Fine Arts Center, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Analysis of Inservice Problems: Minority Groups and the 
Public Schools Workshop (Second Term) 
(1-3 credit hours) 

A one-week summer workshop for elementary and 
secondary school teachers and administrators designed to 
examine current minority group public school problems. 
Attention will be directed to (1) the suitability of the 



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public school curriculum for minority groups, (2) the 
placement of minority group students in instructional groups 
based on current testing practices, (3) minority group 
values, (4) minority community advisory groups, and (5) 
an examination of a basis for mutual understanding and 
agreement. Guest instructors will be from urban high 
schools with high minority group representation. 

For further information contact Brighami Young Uni- 
versity, Dr. Ralph Smith, Chairman of the Department of 
Educational Administration, 129 McKay Building, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

Workshop on Current and Special Problems: National Crea- 
tive Storytelling Clinic (June 19-30, 1971) 

Library Science 580R (2 credit hours) 

The emphasis of this clinic will be on individual practice 
rather than classroom instruction. The participants will pre- 
pare stories, under the direction of Mr. Grady Zimmerman, 
for telling to youth camps in the Provo area. Many other 
opportunities will be given the participants to tell stories 
to children in exciting environments and under competent 
coaching. This clinic is highly recommended for those people 
who work with children in any capacity. 

For further information contact Brighami Young Uni- 
versity, Hattie M. Knight, Workshop Director, Room 548-G 
J. Reuben Clark Library, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Supervision of Student Teachers (June 14-19, 21-23, 1971) 
Education 612 (2 credit hours) 

This course is designed to give a well-rounded view of 
the student-teaching program at Brigham Young Univer- 
sity. Tailored to the background of those participating in 
it, this course will cover what student teachers learn at 
BYU, what the objectives of the student-teaching exper- 
ience is, how cooperating teachers can help achieve these 
objectives, and what ought to be the preparation of pros- 
pective teachers or teachers who plan to take a student 
teacher. 

This course is excellent for recertification of teachers. 
Eldon Puckett will serve as the class instructor. 

For further information and details of the course, con- 
tact Brigham Young University, Allen Brinkerhoff, 120 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Workshop in Individual Sports Triple Combination Clinic 

(May 31 - June 4 and June 4-11, 1971) 

Physical Education 471A, 471B, 471C (3 credit hours) 

This clinic will consist of workshops emphasizing teach- 
ing techniques and skills progression in the individual 
sports of tennis, golf, and gymnastics. This is an excellent 
class for physical education teachers who want to recertify 
or just keep in shape. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Roy Avondet, 120 Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

Youth Acculturation through Outdoor Survival (Summer 
1971) 

Youth Leadership 480 (5 credit hours) 

Youth Leadership 480 is a course that trains students 
to be leaders through survival adventures in which artifi- 
ciality, defeatism, and indifference cannot survive. 

This four-week course includes one week of selected 
readings, philosophy, inspiration, and preparation conducted 
on the Brigham Young University campus, followed by a 
twenty-six day expedition in the mountains and canyonlands 
of southern Utah. Here the premanufactured "gadgets" of 
civilization are sacrified for the experience of surviving 
under one's own initiative. Such a test demands the spirit 
and courage of the strong-hearted and leads the student 
to an understanding of himself. The course is concluded 
with on week of classroom work for followup and documenta- 
tion of experiences and data. 

Each section will be limited to thirty-six persons. Sum- 
mer sessions begin June 14, June 21, July 19, and July 26. 
Application deadlines are one week before the program 
begins. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ron Tennell, 120 Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 



ADULT NONCREDIT PROGRAMS 



June 9, 10, 11 
June 10-12 
June 15 - 
July 15 

June 19 - 
August 7 

June 21-26 
July 3-10 
July 26-30 
August 2-6 



Instructional Development Workshop 
First Annual Criminal Justice Institute 

Beginning Driver Education 

Summer Golf Clinic 

Third Annual College Health Executive 

Development Series 

Aspen Grove - Family College of 

Outdoor Knowledge 

Twelfth Annual Advanced Cosmetology 

Clinic 

Sixth Annual Priesthood Genealogical 
Research Seminar 



Twelfth Annual Advanced Cosmetology Clinic (July 26-30, 
1971) 

This cosmetology clinic will include instruction in new 
hair styling techniques, skin care, good grooming, hair 
chemistry, and the scientific approach to color and hair 
structure. The clinic offers insight into uniform fashions for 
beauticians, managers of small businesses, and photography. 
A portion of the clinic will be designed for cosmetology 
instruction. Guest artists will instruct the course. 

For further information as to the details of the pro- 
gram, contact Brigham Young University, Allan Brinkerhoff, 
120 Herald R. Qark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Aspen Grove - Family College of Outdoor Knowledge (July 
3-10, 1971) 

The Family College of Outdoor Knowledge is a one- 
week summer educational-recreational experience for families 
at the Aspen Grove Family Camp. 

The goal of the college is to provide an opportunity for 
families to share a stimulating educational and recreational 
experience in an outdoor setting, thereby helping to develop 
an increased family solidarity. 

This is a noncredit program sponsored by the Division 
of Continuing Education, Special Courses and Conferences, 
and the BYU Alumni Association, featuring practical sub- 
jects shared in an informal setting by outstanding faculty 
members chosen for their ability to communicate with 
the layman. No exams, term papers, or grades, just an 
opportunity for fruitful learning in a most meaningful en- 
vironment. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Aspen Grove Family College, Alumni Activities 
Office, Alumni House, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Health 10 — Beginning Driver Eklucation (June 15 - July 
15, 1971) 

This course is designed to teach the skills and knowl- 
edge required to pass the Utah State Driver's License Exam. 

Class enrollment will be limited to twenty-five students 
who must be seventeen years of age or older to register. 

For more information contact Brigham Young Univer- 
sity, Roy Avondet, 120 Harold R. Clark Building, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

Third Annual College Health Executive Development Series 

(June 21-26, 1971) 

This seminar is designed to assist directors and per- 
sonnel of college health services to meet the ever-increasing 
demands of the college health program. Topics to be covered 
include administration, campus health service relationship, 
personnel management, human relations, communications, 
accounting, community hospital, and medical insurance. 

E. Dean Lovett, M.D., will serve as the program director. 

For further information as to details of the program, 
contact Brigham Young University, Allen Brinkerhoff, 120 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

First Annual Criminal Justice Institute (June 10-12, 1971) 

This institute will deal with contemporary problems 
in the field of criminal justice. This year's program will be 
centered around the theme "Youth and the Law - A Time 



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for Understanding." Discussions and group activities will 
include three prominent guest instructors: Dr. Nelson Wat- 
son, International Association of Chiefs of Police; Dr. William 
Glasser, expert in reality therapy; and Dr. Steven Homel, 
expert in group communications. This institute will be of 
value to anyone connected or interested in contemporary 
problems of our criminal justice system. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Alton E. Sigman, 124 Herald R. Clark Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Instructional Development Workshop (June 9, 10, 11, 1971) 

This workshop is designed for college personnel in edu- 
cational psychology and/or instructional media. Both faculty 
members and graduate students are invited to attend. M. 
David Merrill will be the director of this workshop. 

For further information on the workshop, contact 
Brigham Young University, M. David Merrill, 305 ARLC, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Honors Program (Late Summer 1971) 

This program is designed for new honor students and 
will run in the late summer. It is an effort to acquaint 
these students with University programs and their place at 
the University. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Univer- 
sity, Robert Blettenberg, 132 Herald R. Clark Building, 
Provo, Utah 84601. 

Sixth Annual Priesthood Genealogical Research Seminar 

(August 2-6, 1971) 

This seminar is designed for all individuals interested in 
developing knowledge and expertise in genealogy. A wide 
variety of classes will be taught by outstanding faculty. 
Participants will be free to attend the classes they desire 
each hour, subject to classroom limitations. A daily devo- 
tional assembly will feature General Authorities of The 
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. David Kennedy, 
secretary of the treasury, will be the guest speaker at the 
seminar's banquet. 

For further information on the program outline, etc., 
contact Brigham Young University, Special Courses and 
Conferences, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Summer Golf Clinic (June 19 - August 7, 1971) 

The Summer Golf CHinic is designed for beginners who 
have some knowledge of golf and for intermediate golfers 
who want to groove their swing and learn more about the 
techniques of golf. Here is an excellent chance for you to 
improve your game. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Roy Avondet, 120 Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

YOUTH WORKSHOPS AND INSTITUTES 

(Ages 12-20) 



June 14 - 

August 20 
June 19 - 

August 28 
June 21 - July 2 

and July 5-16 
June 21 - 

July 30 
June 21 - 

July 30 
June 21 - July 9 

and July 26 - 

August 14 

June 28 - 

July 16 
July 19-30 

July 26 - 
August 7 

August 9-13 
August 9-13 



Sixth Annual Theater Workshop 

Creative Art for Children 

Thirteenth Annual Sports Adventure for 
Boys 

Seventh Annual BYU Youth Academy 

Third Annual BYU Youth Academy - 
Thinderella 

Second Annual College Preparation 
Workshop 

Second Annual Archaeology Camp 

Seventh Annual High School Debate 
Workshop 

Twenty-Seventh Annual Summer Music 
Camp 

Fifteenth Annual High School 
Publications Workshop 

Second Annual High School Broadcasting 
and Media Workshop 



Second Annual Archaeology Camp (June 28 - July 16, 1971) 
The Second Annual Archaeology Camp will consist of 
three exciting weeks of archaeology study, field trips, excava- 
tion work — including actual digging at nearby sites. Students 
will gain appreciation for their prehistoric heritage as they 
uncover artifacts, houses, ceremonial and burial sites pre- 
viously unexcavated. The director for the program will be 
Dr. Dale L. Berge. 

Enrollment is limited to forty students, and all registra- 
tions must be submitted by June 14, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Second Annual Art Workshop for High School Students 

(Midsummer 1971) 

This workshop will consist of an intensive two-week 
session of art instruction and practice with emphasis on 
three areas: drawing, painting, and crafts (ceramics) all 
under the direction of regular University faculty artists. 
Small group sessions will emphasize individual help. Doug- 
las Stout will serve as the program director. 

Enrollment will be limited to fifty students, and regis- 
tration will end two weeks prior to the beginning of the 
workshop. 

For further information contact Brigham Yoimg Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Seventh Annual BYU Youth Academy (June 21 - July 30, 
1971) 

BYU's Youth Academy is a two-week residence dream 
vacation of learning and fun with classes and activities 
including music, dance, poise, sewing, religion, arts and 
crafts, excursions, recreation, and many more — with special 
special emphasis on femininity and character development. 
The director of the academy will be Katherine C!ook Taylor. 

Enrollment will be limited to 150 girls per session 
(there wil be three sessions). Deadlines for registration are 
June 7, June 21, and July 5, 1971. 

For further information contact Brighani' Young Uni- 
versity, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 Herald R. 
Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Third Annual BYU Youth Academy - Thinderella (June 21 - 
July 30, 1971) 

Thinderella is a six-week, highly successful residence 
program of exercise, diet, and counseling along with classes 
in personal development, arts and crafts, music and dance, 
make-up and hair care. This program is designed to help 
overweight girls lose weight and gain self-confidence and 
poise. Katherine Cook Taylor will serve as the director of 
this outstjinding program. 

Enrollment will be limited to fifty girls per session with 
the registration deadline of June 7, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 Herald R. 
Clark Buildmg, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Second Annual High School Broadcasting and Media Work- 
shop (August 9-13, 1971) 

This workshop is a packed-full week of broadcast and 
media fun and learning under professional radio, television, 
and communications experts. In addition to classwork, par- 
ticipants will receive practical on-the-job experience with the 
modem equipment and facilities of the University Broadcast 
Services. 

Enrollment is limited to fifty students, and registration 
will end July 26, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Biulding, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Second Annual College Preparation Workshop (June 21 - 
July 9 and July 26 - August 14, 1971) 

This three-week, information-packed workshop for col- 
legebound high school juniors and seniors will emphasize 
speed reading, effective study, college orientation, library 
use, counseling, and recreation. These skills will be taught 
with up-to-date equipment and stimulating teaching tech- 



niques. The director of the program will be Dr. Craig K. 
Mayfield. 

Enrollment will be limited to seventy-five per session 
with registration deadlines of June 7 and July 12, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Second Annual Computer Workshop (Midsummer 1971) 

This workshop consists of a week and a half of computer 
instruction on the basic elements of FORTRAN programming 
and hands-on training with the IBM 360/50, IBM 1130, and 
terminals, together with expert instructors and modem air- 
conditioned facilities. This workshop is designed especially 
for high school students. Dr. Gary Carlson will serve as the 
director. 

Enrollment will be limited to twenty-five students, and 
registration will end two weeks prior to the starting of the 
program. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Creative Art for Children (June 19 - August 28, 1971) 

This art course is designed as recreation — a fun time 
to discover self-expression. Every Saturday will be an 
adventure to spice up the whole week. This course will 
increase the awareness of our youth and give them the 
desire to make creative experiences a meaningful part of 
their lives. Leah Tippetts will act as the instructor for this 
program. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 Herald R. 
Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Seventh Annual High School Debate Workshop (July 19-30, 
1971) 

The Seventh Annual High School Debate Workshop is 
an individual and small-group instructional workshop 
directed by national award winners. It covers debate 
techniques, card file maintenance, research techniques, 
issues analysis, and argument and rebuttal organizational 
patterns. Jed Richardson is the program director. 

Enrollment will be limited to 200 students, and registra- 
tion will end July 5, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Fifteenth Annual High School Publications Workshop (Aug- 
ust 9-13, 1971) 

Five busy days of learning and fun will provide high 
school journalists with opportunities to prepare for next 
fall through streamlined instruction classes in newspaper 
and yearbook production, advertising, photography, and 
paper duplication, along with practical production assign- 
ments and field trips. 

J. Morris Richards will serve as the director for this 
exciting program. The enrollment deadline is July 26, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo Utah 84601. 

Modern Dance for Children (Summer 1971) 

This course is designed to expand and stimulate the 
creative gifts of young people by developing their capacity 
for movement and composition, with emphasis on technique, 
rhythm, and poise, thus increasing their appreciation for 
the beauty of dance. Sara Lee Gibb, Dee Winterton, eind 
Carol Lambert will instruct this program on Fridays. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 Herald R. 
Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 



Thirteenth Annual Sports Adventure for Boys (June 21 - 
July 2 - July 5-16, 1971) 

A residence prograna of intensive instruction in athletic 
and enrichment courses for boys, this fun-filled sports 
adventure provides two weeks of fellowship, wholesome 
recreation, and personal development through small group 
instruction and participation in basketball, baseball, foot- 
ball, swimming, and other exciting activities. 

Howard Marshall will serve as the director of this 
program-. Enrollment deadlines are June 7 for the first 
session and June 21 for the second session. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Twenty-seventh Annual Summer Music Camp (July 26 - 
August 7, 1971) 

As an integral part of Summer School, this two-week 
camp combines many exciting musical experiences and con- 
certs under well-known guest conductors and provides in- 
tensive training in band, orchestra, chorus, and opportunities 
in small brass, string, piano, woodwind and vocal ensembles. 

The enrollment deadline is July 12, 1971. For further 
information contact Brigham Young University, Grant Elk- 
ington. Director, E-481 Harris Fine Arts Center, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

Fourth Annual Survival Adventure for Boys (Summer 1971) 
This program consists of a ten-day survival expedition 
in Utah's remote desert areas, including training in moun- 
taineering, survival skills, Indian ruins exploration, and 
primitive hunting/fishing techniques. Participants gain 
self-confidence, leadership ability, and introspection through 
this wilderness challenge. The well-known survival instruc- 
tor, Larry Dean Olsen, will serve as the program director. 

Enrollment will be limited to forty students per session, 
and registration will end two weeks prior to the beginning 
of the program. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

First Annual Survival Adventure for Girls (Midsummer 
1971) 

This program consists of a ten-day survival expedition 
in Utah's remote desert areas, including training in moun- 
taineering, survival skills, Indian ruins exploration, and 
primitive hunting/fishing techniques. Participants gain 
self-confidence, leadership ability, and introspection through 
this wilderness challenge. The well-known survival instruc- 
tor, Larry Dean Olsen, will serve as the program director. 

Enrollment will be limited to forty students per session, 
and registration will end two weeks prior to the beginning 
of the program. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Ronald Hills, Special Courses and Conferences, 201 
Herald R. Clark Building, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Sixth Annual Theater Workshop (June 14 - August 20, 1971) 

This workshop consists of a creative five-week theater 
experience for junior high and senior high school students 
and covers such areas as acting, voice, lighting, scenery 
construction, painting and design, makeup, and sound. 
Full-scale play productions are performed by course part- 
icipants for Summer School audiences. 

Enrollment deadlines are May 31 and July 5, 1971. 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Dr. Charles W. Whitman, Program Director, D-581- 
A, Harris Fine Arts Center, Provo, Utah 84601. 

For further information on any of the special programs 
listed above or a copy of the complete summer workshop 
program (available in the spring) write to: Special Courses 
and Conferences, 242-S Herald R. Clark Building, Brigham 
Young University, Provo, Utah 84601. 



General Information 



The Graduate School 

Graduate study is a major accent of Summer School. 
Many graduate students well advanced toward degree pro- 
grams find it convenient to complete their programs in time 
for August commencement; others get a substantial start 
toward their graduate degrees. The Graduate School offers 
the master's degree in more than eighty-five fields dis- 
tributed through fifty-one graduate departments and the 
doctor's degree in more than forty fields distributed through 
twenty graduate departments. 

All requirements for the master's degree must be 
completed within five years from the date when the student 
registers for the first graduate work which is applied to- 
ward the degree. All academic credit applying toward the 
Doctor of Philosophy degree, exclusive of that earned in 
completion of the master's degree, must be completed with- 
in a period not to exceed eight years. 

For a complete description of the regulations of the 
Graduate School and the requirements for each of the 
graduate degrees, as well as for listings of offerings and 
special requirements of the various departments, consult 
the Graduate School Catalog. This may be obtained 
without charge from the Graduate Admissions Office, D-251 
Abraham 0. Smoot Administration Building. 

Evening Classes 

The Brigham Young University Department of Evening 
Classes has been organized to help those who are unable 
to attend the day-school term. 

Regular Summer School day students are permitted to 
enroll by paying a fee of $3.00 per semester hour in addition 
to the regular Summer School fee. Regular college credit 
equivalent to that given for daytime classes is given for all 
evening classes. Audit students are accepted. Summer 
evening classes are listed in the Summer School Bulletin; 
however, a separate schedule may be obtained by a request 
addressed to Brigham Young University, Department of 
Evening Classes, Division of Continuing Education, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

At scheduled times during each registration period 
counselors are present in the office of the Division of Con- 
tinuing Education, Herald R. Clark Building. If the stu- 
dent wishes he may secure professional help in making edu- 
cational and vocational plans or in working through related 
personal problems. There is no charge or obligation to the 
student for these services. 

Two terms of summer evening classes are planned 
to match the day-school calendar. 

Special Courses and Conferences 

The Department of Special Courses and Conferences is 
organized to meet the academic needs and desires of many 
groups of varying ages and educational backgrounds. It pro- 
vides flexible varied credit and noncredit programs on the 
Brigham Young University campus and offers courses either 
for specific interest groups or for the public at large. It 
also presents lecture series, institutes, conferences, seminars, 
workshops, forums, and special programs from many fields 
such as the fine arts, religion, humanities, physical sciences, 
business, industrial education, athletics, education, etc. The 
length and time of each course depend usually upon the 
type of program presented. 

The instructional staff is composed of members of the 
regular BYU faculty and other professional and academic 
specialists. Tuition fees vary. 

The Department of Special Courses and Conferences 
welcomes all suggestions from any group as to a specific 
possible program (credit or noncredit) to be conducted on 
the BYU campus or in Utah County. 

College of Religious Instruction 

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints holds 
the view that in the training of its youth there should be 
a proper integration of moral and religious knowledge and 
values with secular knowledge and values. Firm in the 
belief that no life is full and complete unless it is estab- 
lished upon a sound religious and ethical basis, Brigham 



Young University has offered courses in religion since its 
establishment. 

The College of Religious Instruction presents a rich 
program for all persons who wish to pursue the study of 
religion for general and particular purposes and for those 
who wish to teach in the Church seminaries and in all other 
Church organizations. 

This college offers courses for graduate work leading to 
the master's degree in Bible and modern scripture, history 
of religion, and religious education. Certain doctoral pro- 
grams are offered also. 

Basic Religion Requirements 

Every full-time student (i.e., every student carrying 
ten or more semester hours) should take a religion class 
each semester. Two semester hours in religion are required 
for every semester a student is registered at Brigham Young 
University; thus, a student completing all four years' study 
here for the bachelor's degree must earn sixteen semester 
hours in religion, while students transferring from other in- 
stitutions to Brigham Young University and graduating here 
will be required to acquire at BYU only a total of two se- 
mester hours for each semester enrolled here. Part-time stu- 
dents are required to complete one semester hour in religion 
for each eight hours carried at Brigham Young University. 

Computer Research Center 

A solid foundation of research and education in modem 
computers is essential for significant progress in all fields of 
knowledge. With the installation of the IBM 650 comput- 
er in 1958 the Computer Research Center was established. 
The present equipment includes an IBM 360 1 50 large-scale 
computer, including tapes, disks, and normal input and out- 
put devices. Supporting punched-card equipment is avail- 
able in the center. Additional information may be obtained 
at the center located in the Mathematical/Computer Science 
Building. 

Honor Code 

At Brigham Young University, honor has traditionally 
been understood as voluntarily living in accordance with 
the principles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints. THIS IS THE STANDARD OF BRIGHAM YOUNG 
UNIVERSITY. 

The Church sponsors BYU for the principal purpose of 
providing its members and other interested persons an op- 
portimity to obtain a university education in an atmos- 
phere consistent with Church ideals, principles, and goals. 
Acceptance of admission at BYU is a voluntary commit- 
ment to uphold Church standards. 

Our Code of Student Conduct 

When you as a student at BYU agree to live by the 
Code of Student Conduct, you commit yourself to maintain- 
ing high standards of honor and to applying Christian ideals 
in everyday living by 

1. Obeying law and respecting authority. 

2. Maintaining honesty and academic integrity in the pre- 
paration of all scholastic work. 

3. Being honest and truthful in all your dealings. 

4. Observing the Word of Wisdom which prohibits the use 
of alcoholic beverages, tobacco, tea and coffee. 

5. Refraining from the px>ssession, dispensing, and/or use 
of amphetamines, barbiturates, hallucinogenic drugs, psy- 
chedelic drugs, and narcotics, except as they may be 
prescribed by a licensed, practicing physician. 

6. Accepting and living the high moral standards of The 
Church of Jesus (Jhrist of Latter-day Saints, including 
University dress and grooming standards. 

7. Reporting any violations of the Honor Code which may 
be observed. 

Details regarding items 1 through 7 above as listed in 
the Code of Student Conduct may be had by contacting the 
Office of the Dean of Students (A-209 ASB). 



This code applies to all students, both members and 
nonmembers of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints on and off campus. 

Brigham Young University Stakes 

Brigham Young University has ten LDS stakes, com- 
posed of 98 wards and organized specifically for stu- 
dents. These stakes and wards provide maximum oppor- 
tunity for active participation in the programs of the 
Church. All single students living away from home estab- 
lish their membership records in the ward of the BYU 
stake in which they reside. Married students who attend 
the University may elect to have their membership records 
either in their BYU ward or in the nearby off-campus 
ward in which they reside. Membership records remain in 
BYU stakes until the students terminate their schooling 
at the University. Summer School students are invited to 
affiliate with one of the campus wards. 

Library 

The beautiful, air-conditioned J. Reuben Clark, Jr., 
Library contains nearly 1,000,000 books, pamphlets, bound 
periodicals, and government documents. It is a depository 
library for United Nations, Canadian, Mexican and U. S. 
government publications. Microfilm and microcard facili- 
ties are available, enabling faculty members and students 
to use materials from libraries in almost any part of the 
world. A brochure, "Guide to BYU Library," may be ob- 
tained at any service area in the library. During Summer 
School the library is open from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., 
Monday through Thursday; from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., FVi- 
days; and from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Saturdays. Also 
numerous special science and art collections supplement 
the regular equipment of the University. 

On-Campus Housing 

The University has ample residence hall accommoda- 
tions for all single men or women students desiring them. 
Board-and-room arrangements or sleeping rooms are avail- 
able in Deseret Towers: 



$115 per term (5 weeks) 



Board-and-room, 

7-day meal ticket 
Board-and-room, 

5-day meal ticket $105 per term (5 weeks) 

Room only, double occupancy $34 per term (5 weeks) 
Board-and-room, single $122 per term (5 weeks) 

Room only, single $42.50 per term (5 weeks) 

Air-cooled Heritage Halls apartments are available for 
single women only, where six students occupy each three- 
bedroom apartment. Cost is $35 per five-week term. 

Married students' housing units are also available on 
a summer-only rental basis. Inquiries concerning this pro- 
gram should be directed to Brigham Young University, 
Manager, Married-Students' Housing, or apply in person at 
the Wymount Terrace Office, 1800 North 900 East, Provo, 
Utah 84601. 

Heritage Halls Apartments are available for small fami- 
lies for summer only. Inquire or write to Heritage Halls 
Apartments, 25 Heritage Drive, Provo, Utah 84601. 

More detailed information and application blanks will be 
sent upon request. Married students contact one of the above 
addresses. Others write to Brigham Young University, Office 
of Student Housing, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Applications for on-campus accommodations should be 
mailed any time between February 1 and June 1. 

Added attractions for recreation are the beautiful, well- 
equipped swimming pools located at Helaman Halls and 
Deseret Towers, available to students living in University 
housing. 

Residential Housing (Off -Campus) 

The Office of Student Housing maintains listings of 
off-campus rental facilities. A variety of types of accom- 
modations is available (board and room, sleeping rooms, 
and apartments). 

If a sleeping room is selected, moderately priced meals 
are available at the Wilkinson Center. 

Summer School students desiring to bring their 
families may be housed adequately in student-tjqje apart- 
ments in the community. 



Landlords generally like to rent to students on a 
personal basis. Therefore, arrangements for off -campus 
quarters may be made upon arrival at the campus. 

For additional information write to Brigham Young 
University, Coordinator for Off-Campus Housing, Office of 
Student Housing, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Scholarships 

A limited number of scholarships are available for 
Summer School. Refer to the Brigham Young University 
Instructions, Applications and Information for Undergrad- 
uate Admissions and Scholarship forms. Specific inquiries 
may be addressed to Brigham Young University, Scholar- 
ships, B-188 ASB, Provo, Utah 84601. 

Placement Center 

The Placement Center assists graduating students and 
alumni in finding desirable positions in business, industry, 
government, and education. The placement service includes 
a placement library, which provides pertinent information 
on such matters as how to conduct oneself in an interview, 
how to write effective letters of application, and how to 
prepare a resume. Books, articles, magazines, and brochures 
are also available with information about companies and 
school districts. 

Seniors, graduate students, and others continuing 
school or returning for the summer to complete degrees, 
enhance professional status, or renew certificates are invit- 
ed to utilize the services of the placement office. 

The Placement Center will receive job listings from 
employers throughout the summer, as well as visits from 
some employment representatives who interview personally 
on the campus. 

Student Employment 

The Personnel Department assists students in finding 
part-time employment, both on and off campus. 

Students needing employment are urged to register 
with the Personnel Department as soon as possible after ar- 
riving in Provo. Need is a major consideration in determining 
who will receive leads for jobs. Other important considera- 
tions are the candidate's skills and his hours available for 
work. 

Because of the large numbers of students seeking part- 
time work, it is important that those desiring employment 
report regularly to the Personnel Department after their ap- 
plications have been filed. 

Food Services 

Food Services at Brigham Young University strives to 
do just what the name implies: render service. The Univer- 
sity-owned Food Services provides the following varied 
and versatile accommodations: cafeterias, quick-service 
snack bars, in-service catering, take-out catering, table 
d'hote, vending, concessions, bakery, and a dairy products 
laboratory. 

Three large, spacious, air-conditioned dining areas 
are in full operation to provide for the Summer School 
patron the finest in food and comfort. A wide variety of 
appetizing food is available for all three meals each day 
and in addition snack bars offer items throughout the day 
and evening. Food may be purchased at reasonable rates 
on a cash or meal-ticket basis. 

The locations of the Cannon Center dining rooms in 
the Helaman Halls area and the dining rooms in Deseret 
Towers with the Wilkinson Center dining rooms in the cen- 
ter of campus provide convenient access to food service on 
every part of the campus. 

Health Center 

The privileges and facilities of the Health Center are 
available to each regularly-enrolled, full-time student. Phy- 
sicians are on duty, and a charge of $2 per visit during 
regular school hours is assessed. Students eligible for Health 
Center service may also secure the BYU student insurance 
plan which assists with major medical expenses and also 
provides a partial payment for the regular visitation charge. 

Counseling Center 

The Counseling Center provides services which include 
1. Counseling for educational, vocational, or personal 
and social problems. 



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2. Testing to assess ability, achievement, interests, or 
adjustment. 

3. Occupational information. 

All students are invited to avail themselves of these 
opportunities which are provided without fee. New students 
are particularly encouraged to come to the Counseling 
Center during their first year at BYU to discuss their ed- 
ucational and vocational goals or other concerns which they 
may have. 

Staff members of the Counseling Center are profes- 
sionally trained in counseling psychology and related discip- 
lines. Students are assured of reliable professional assistance 
and confidentiality. 

Counselors may be seen by appointment, or immediately 
in an emergency. For further information or an appointment, 
call Ext. 2061 or come to C-273 in the Smoot Administration 
Building. 

Service to Veterans and Dependents of Deceased 

Veterans 

For further information contact Brigham Young Uni- 
versity, Veterans' Coordinator, A-229 ASB, Provo, Utah 
84601. 

Security and Treiffic 

The Security Office is a protective agency established 
for the benefit of students, faculty, and staff. It maintains 
effective liaison with the local police department and is en- 
trusted with the proper enforcement of campus rules as 
well as local and state laws. All matters requiring police 
action should be referred to this office. 

Another major responsibility of the Security Office is 
the control of campus motor vehicle traffic and parking. In 
each academic year, including Summer School, staff mem- 
bers and students who regularly or occasionally operate 
motor vehicles in Utah County shall register at no cost any 
such motor vehicles with the University Security Office. In 
the case of students, this is a registration for identification 
only — not a parking permit. All staff members and students 
who plan to use University parking lots between 7 a.m. and 
4 p.m. on school days must display a parking permit on 
their motor vehicles. 

The Security Office also offers many other services to 
all students and staff members, including the taking of 
fingerprints for various governmental and teaching jobs, 
and provides an ambulance service in conjunction with the 
University Student Health Center. 



Abbreviations and Symbols. The following abbreviations and 
symbols are used in the List of Courses Section. 



Arr. 

ea. 

G-BS 

G-HA 

G-ML 

G-PS 

G-R 

G-SS 

m 



A 
B 
C 
$ 
P 



R 

# 



Class, laboratory hours, or credit hours ar- 
ranged 

Continuous; First Term; Second Term 

Credit-hour designation applies to each course 
number listed. 

Fufills general education requirements in biolog- 
ical science. 

Fulfills general education requirements in hu- 
manities and aesthetics. 

Fulfills general education requirement in biolog- 
mathematics, statistics, logic, and science. 

Fulfills general education requirements in physi- 
cal science. 

Fulfills general education requirements in re- 
ligion. 

Fulfills general education requirements in social 
science. 

Designates course which may be used to fulfill 
requirements for a minor. Courses fulfilling 
minors in the Industrial Education Depart- 
ment are as follows: crafts minor — (cm), 
drafting minor — (dm), electronics minor — 
(em), metalwork minor — (mm), woodwork 
minor — (wm), farm mechanics minor — (fm), 
graphics minor — (gm), industrial arts minor 
(iam, for elementary teachers only). 

Must have teacher's permission to register for 
class. 

Must have permission of department chairman 
,'.- for class. 

Must have Teacher Certification Office permis- 
sion to register for class. 

A dollar sign ($) is used to indicate classes 
which require special fees. 

Class numbers which include the letter "p" are 
private instruction classes for which a special 
fee is payable at the Treasurer's Office. (See 
section on "University Fees" in this bulletin.) 

Designates course which may be repeated. 

Classes filling general requirements. B - Biologi- 
cal Science, H - Humanities and Fine Arts, 
P - Physical Science, R - Religion, S - Social 
Science, L - Language, M - Mathematics - 
Statistics - Logic - Science. 



Code to Classroom Areas 



Building Building 

Designation Building Designation 

ARLC Arts Building (Lower Campus) HFAC 

ANSL Animal Science Laboratory HGB 

ASB Abraham O. Smoot Administration and General lALC 

Services Building JKB 

BIOL Biology Laboratory (500 E. 800 N.) JKBA 

BRMB George H. Brimhall Building JRCL 

B-30 Wymount Chapel (South of ELWC) JSB 

B-34 Engineering Analysis Center (East of FELB) MARB 

CHLC College Hall (Lower Campus) MCKB 

CLFB Benjamin Cluff, Jr., Plant Laboratory Building MSCB 

CREH East Crandall House (608 E. 1430 N.) MSRB 

CRWH West Crandall House (588 E. 1430 N.) RB 

CTS HLM Helaman Tennis Courts RICE 

DPL Dairy Products Lab ROTC 

EDLC Education Building (Lower Campus) SFH 

ELWC Ernest L. Wilkinson Center SFLC 

ESC Carl F. Eyring Physical Science Center SNLB 

FELB Harvey Fletcher Engineering Laboratory SOCH 

Building STIH 

FLD BB - Baseball Field, FB - Football Field, HH - TCB 

Helaman Halls, HAWS Field, SOUTH Field TOLC 

FOB Faculty Office Building WIDE 

GRNH Lavern Green House (700 E. 1250 N.) 

GYLC Women's Gym (Lower Campus) 



Building 

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center 
Heber J. Grant Building 
Industrial Arts Building (Lower Campus) 
Jesse Knight Building 
Jesse Knight Building Annex 
J. Reuben C^lark, Jr., Library 
Joseph Smith Memorial Building 
Thomas L. Martin Classroom Building 
David O. McKay Building 
Mathematical Sciences/CIomputer Building 
Karl G. Maeser Memorial Building 
Stephen L. Richards Building 
Rice House (753 E. 1430 N.) 
Daniel H. Wells ROTC Building 
George Albert Smith Fieldhouse 
Joseph F. Smith Family Living Center 
William H. Snell Industrial Education Building 
Social Hall 

Stein House (705 E. 1430 N.) 
Indoor Tennis Court Building 
Training Building (Lower Campus) 
John A. Widtsoe Life Science Laboratory 
Building 



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Admission 



Applications for Admission or Readmission. Admission 
or readmission to the University is granted on the basis of 
an official application. Requests for application forms and 
other necessary information should be directed to the fol- 
lowing offices: 

Undergraduate Students - Admissions Office, A-153 

ASB 
Graduate Students - Office of Graduate Admissions, 

D-251 ASB 
International Students - BYU International Students 

Office, A-245 ASB 
American Indian Students - American Indian Education 

Office, 180 FOB. 

Students attending Brigham Yoiuig University during 
Spring Semester, 1971, or Summer of 1969 or 1970 as day- 
time students need not apply for Summer School. Those 
students who were registered in Evening School only, work- 
shops, and Special Courses and Conferences, will need to 
apply for admission if they plan to enroll in daytime classes. 

Admissions Evaluation Fee. A $15 nonrefundable ad- 
missions evaluation fee must accompany the admissions 
application for all new students making application to the 
University. Former students need not pay this fee. Please 
send the fee in the form of a check or money order payable 
to Brigham Young University. The application and the fee 
must reach BYU by the admissions application deadline for 
Summer School. This is separate and distinct from the $10 
housing application deposit. 

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 

Applications for admission and/or readmission due May 
29, 1971. 

New Freshman Students. Admission to BYU is deter- 
mined by a student's performance on the American College 
Test (ACT) combined with his high school grade-point 
average. 

All applicants must be high school graduates and must 
have completed ten academic units, three of which must be 
English, one of either algebra or geometry, and the remain- 
ing six from English, mathematics, science, social science or 
a foreign language. 

Students nineteen years of age and over who have not 
completed high school may qualify for admission by com- 
pleting the high school level General Educational Develop- 
ment Tests (GED) and the American College Test (ACT). 
The student's application will then be considered individually 
by the Admissions Committee to determine admissibility. 

New Transfer Students. Students transferring to BYU 
from other accredited institutions must have an accumula- 
tive grade-point average of 2.25 or higher (A^4.0, B^3.0, 
C = 2.0). Students must also have a 2.25 grade-point aver- 
age in their most recent college work. 

Students who have not completed at least twenty-four 
semester hours of college credit must also submit their high 
school transcripts and American College Test scores. 

A student's application will not be considered by the 
Admissions Committee until transcripts of all of their pre- 
vious college work have been received. 

Former and Repeating Students. Registration materials 
will be prepared for Summer School for all students who 
were enrolled in regular daytime classes either of the two 



previous Summer School terms, 1969 or 1970, or were 
registered during the 1970-71 Spring Semester. All other 
students (including those registered in Evening School, 
workshops, and Special Courses and Conferences) must file 
an application for admission or readmission with the Ad- 
missions Office by May 29, 1971. 

New Students from Foreign Countries. To be admitted 
to the University, a student from a foreign country who is 
not a U.S. citizen must present credentials corresponding 
to the requirements stated above under the headings, "New 
Freshman Students" or "New Transfer Students." In addi- 
tion, a clearance from the Brigham Young University Foreign 
Students Adviser must be received in the Admissions Office 
before acceptance will be granted. Students should contact 
the International Students Office, A-245 ASB. 

American College Tests. Before being accepted to Brig- 
ham Young University, all entering freshmen and all trans- 
fer students with les3 than 24 semester hours of credit must 
take the American College Test. Test scores are not available 
until approximately four weeks after the examination date. 
It is necessary, therefore, for students to take the ACT far 
enough in advance to insure arrival of the scores in the Ad- 
missions Office prior to the application deadline for Sum- 
mer School. The national test dates annually will be: 

October — Third Saturday 
December — Second Saturday 
February — Third Saturday 
April — Fourth Saturday 
July — Third Saturday 

Students must register for these tests at least one month 
in advance of the test date. Registration materials may be 
obtained from most high school or college counseling offices 
or by writing to Registration Department, American College 
Testing Program, P.O. Box 168, Iowa City, Iowa 52240. 

Notice of Acceptance. All new students applying for 
admission to the University and all former students who 
have formally applied for readmission by the appropriate 
deadlines will receive a permit to register valid orily for the 
summer term indicated on the permit. Students desiring to 
be considered for any other semester must notify the Ad- 
missions Office in writing by the established deadline dates 
for that semester. 

General Education Requirements. Students should re- 
fer to the Brigham Young University Bulletin, Catalog of 
Courses 1970-71, pages 16-24, for information regarding 
graduation requirements. 

Transfer students entering BYU from accredited colleges 
will have their transfer credit evaluated on the basis of 
BYU programs and will be notified in writing of the general 
education requirements remaining to be completed. The 
University will accept all transfer credit that is a reasonable 
equivalent to BYU approved courses. 

Health Information Form. In order that the University 
may provide proper medical care, the student who receives 
notice of his acceptance will be given a health form on 
which the condition of his health may be reported by a 
personal physician after examination. This questionnaire 
must be returned to the Health Center before the student's 
registration. The information given is not used by the Ad- 
missions Office and in no way influences the admission de- 
cision. 



Registration 



How to Register. Students registering at the beginning 
of Summer School should report to the northeast entrance 
of the George Albert Smith Fieldhouse on June 14, 1971, ac- 
cording to the alphabetical schedule below to register for all 
credit courses and credit workshops held during the ten- 
week Summer School. 

Students who wish to register during the second term 
for second term courses should report to the Registration 



Office. B-150 ASB, on July 17, 1971, according to the alpha- 
betical schedule below. 

All students registering for any pre- or postsummer 
courses or workshops, or for noncredit courses or work- 
shops held during the ten-week Summer School, will register 
at the time of the first class meeting at the place designated 
for the class to be held. 

(Note: Anyone having the proper background may reg- 



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ister for noncredit courses or workshops without clearing 
admission to the University. Anyone who registers for 
credit courses or workshops in pre- or postsessions may 
do so without clearing admission. However, if credit is 
desired for accreditation or for degree purposes, the student 
should obtain formal admission to the University by con- 
tacting the Office of Admissions.) 

Registration Schedule. For the registration of June 

14, 1971, students will register without exception in the 
alphabetical order indicated below at the George Albert 
Smith Fieldhouse: 



8:00 


Olse to Pete 


1:00 


Davi to Elia 


8:15 


Pete to Reed 


1:15 


Elia to Fran 


8:30 


Reed to Russ 


1:30 


Fran to Gran 


8:45 


Russ to Skee 


1:45 


Gran to Harm 


9:00 


Skee to Stev 


2:00 


Harm to Hilt 


9:15 


Stev to Thorn 


2:15 


Hilt to Jaco 


9:30 


Thorn to Wait 


2:30 


Jaco to Jord 


9:45 


Wait to Wilk 


2:45 


Jord to Lars 


10:00 


Wilk to ZZ 


3:00 


Lars to Lyma 


10:15 


AA to Atwo 


3:15 


Lyma to Mcna 


10:30 


Atwo to Berg 


3:30 


Mcna to Murd 


10:45 


Berg to Brin 


3:45 


Murd to Olse 


11:00 


Brin to Carp 






11:15 


Carp to Codn 


4:00 


All latecomers 


11:30 


Codn to Davi 




AA to ZZ 



Registration Schedule. For the registration of July 17, 
1971, students will register without exception in the alpha- 
betical order indicated below in the Abraham O. Smoot 
Administration Building: 



7:30 


Olse to Rich 


9:15 


Dunn to Gran 


7:45 


Rich to Soff 


9:30 


Gran to Holt 


8:00 


Soff to Vand 


9:45 


Holt to Kite 


8:15 


Vand to ZZ 


10:00 


Kite to Mcdo 


8:30 


AA to Bise 


10:15 


Mcdo to Olse 


8:45 


Bise to Chri 


10:30 


All latecomers 


9:00 


Chri to Dunn 




AA to ZZ 



Registration Materials. Registration materials will be 
prepared for all students who were enrolled in Summer 
School for either of the two previous summers 1969 or 1970 
as daytime students. Also, registration materials will 
be prepared for all students who were in attendance during 
the 1971 Spring Semester as daytime students. All other stu- 
dents must apply for admission or readmission to the Uni- 
versity before materials will be made. 

Admission to Class. Instructors receive rolls of students 
in their classes two days after the initial registration dates. 
A subsequent roll, provided at the end of the second week, 
will include names of all students who have registered for 
the class. Students whose names appear on these rolls or 
students for whom an add card has been received are offi- 
cially registered; others are to be referred immediately to the 
registration personnel in B-150 ASB. 

Change of Registration. In those cases where it is 
necessary for a student to make changes in registration, 
the following procedure should be followed: 

1. Consult with your faculty adviser. If the adviser 
recommends the change, he will provide a change- 
of-registration card with his signature. 

2. Obtain the consent and signatures of the instructors 
involved. 

3. Deliver the change-of-registration card to the regis- 
tration personnel no later than 5:00 p.m., Monday, 
June 21, 1971, for the First Term and Continuous 
classes and no later than 5:00 p.m., Monday, July 
26, 1971, for the Second Term. 

June 21 for the First Term and Continuous classes and 
July 26 for the Second Term are the last days a student 
may add a class. 

In exceptional cases, students may withdraw from 
Second Term and/or continuing classes through Monday, 
July 26, 1971. Withdrawals after June 21 for the 7irst Term 
and July 26 for the Second Term, however, are for emer- 
gency reasons only. 

A fee of $5.00, payable to the Cashier's Office, is charged 
for each change-of-registration card processed June 22 and 



thereafter for the First Term and Continuous classes and 
July 28 and thereafter for the Second Term classes which 
are dropped. 

Dates to Know: 

June 14 Registration. 

June 15 First day of classes. 

June 17 First day changes in registration are 
permitted. 

June 21 Last day on which late registration or change 
in registration may occur for First Term. 

June 22 Change-of-registration fee of $5.00 in effect 
for First Term. 

July 1 Last day on which a student may withdraw 
from First Term classes. Withdrawals per- 
mitted for emergency reasons only after 
June 21. 

July 17 Registration. 

July 19 First day of classes for Second Term. 

July 21 First day changes of registration are per- 
mitted. 

July 26 Last day on which late registration or change 
in registration may occur. 

July 27 Change-of-registration fee of $5.00 in effect 
for Second Term. 

Aug. 6 Last day for which a student may withdraw 
from Summer School classes. Withdrawals 
are permitted for emergency reasons only 
July 26. 

Election of Studies and Class Limits. With the advice 
of a registration adviser and approval of the dean of the 
college in which he registers, the student should elect such 
studies as are desirable. The major or minor, as well as 
the general requirements for graduation, should be kept in 
mind in electing studies. Undergraduate students in good 
standing may register for a maximum of 6 hours each term 
or 12 hours for the two terms. Any exception must be ap- 
proved by the dean of the student's college and the direc- 
tor of Admissions and Records and are based upon the stu- 
dent's academic record. 

Major and Minor Requirements. At the time of his 
graduation, the student must have completed at least twen- 
ty hours in his major department and no fewer than four- 
teen hours in collateral or minor subjects which meet the 
approval of the chairman of his minor department if the 
major department requires a minor. When the prospective 
graduate's high school and college work shows marked 
evidence of deficiencies in breadth, scholarship, or prepara- 
tion for future activity, the chairman of the department, in 
consultation with the dean, may prescribe certain additional 
courses according to the needs of the student. 

Evaluation of Transfer Credit. Most students transfer- 
ring to BYU from accredited institutions will have met the 
general education requirements except in religion and 
American history and government if they successfully com- 
pleted a satisfactory general education program as pre- 
scribed by the institution previously attended. Deficiencies 
will be shown on the "Evaluation of Transfer Credit" sent 
to the student. 

In evaluating a student's transfer credits for purposes 
of general education, the University will recognize and ac- 
cept all reasonable equivalents of its own approved courses. 

All transfer students will have their transcripts evalu- 
ated in terms of the BYU programs and wiU be notified 
prior to or during their first semester at BYU as to the 
requirements remaining to be completed, if any. Early ap- 
plication is recommended. 

GRADUATE STUDENTS 

To register in the Graduate School, a student must 
have a bachelor's degree from a four-year accredited in- 
stitution. Registration packets will be prepared for all stu- 
dents who were enrolled as graduate students in day school 
during the preceding Spring Semester or during the two 
preceding Summer School terms. All students planning to 
return to the University after graduation (with the bach- 
elor's degree) will be required to complete a readmission 
application on or before the deadlines listed below. 

To be admitted to the Graduate School on a degree- 
seeking basis, a student should file with the Graduate 



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Admissions Office, D-251 
eludes the following: 



ASB, an application which in- 



(1) forms for admission or readmission to the Graduate 
School; 

(2) two transcripts of all previous college work and 

(3) three letters of recommendation. (These letters 
should be sent directly to the Graduate Admissions 
Office by those making the recommendations.) 

Forms for application and for letters of recommendation 
are provided by the Graduate Admissions Office. Notice of 
acceptance as a degree-seeking student is sent to the appli- 
cant from the Office of the Graduate Dean. 



Applications for admission must be filed by the follow- 
ing deadlines in order for students to be admitted to Sum- 
mer School 1971 at Brighana Young University. 



April 30, 1971 
May 31, 1971 



New students 
Former students 



Students who are not employed part-time are permitted 
to register for not more than six credit hours in either term 
of the Summer Session. For the average student a reason- 
able full-time registration for one five-week term is five 
credit hours. Every graduate student should acquaint himself 
with the provisions of the Graduate School and the specific 
requirements of his department as contained in the Grad- 
uate School Catalog. 



University Fees 



Tuition and Fees 

All students are expected to pay tuition and fees ap- 
plicable to their registration at the time of, or prior to, regis- 
tration. Charges are assessed on the basis of one's total 
Summer School registration, including classes taken for 
credit, noncredit, and audit. The University reserves the 
right to change these figures without notice. Students arc 
held responsible to pay the correct tuition and fees. 

Approximately seventy percent of the cost of operating 
the University is paid from the tithes of the LDS Church. 
Therefore, students who are Church members, or their fami- 
lies, already have made a monetary contribution to the 
operation of the University. To equalize this burden some- 
what it is necessary to charge nonmembers a higher tuition. 
Even this higher total payment, however, does not cover 
the total educational cost of nonmembers of the Church. 

LDS Church 

Members Nonmembers 

1 to 2 credit hours (minimum) ..^:..$ 55.00 $ 99.00 

3 credit hours 73.00 116.00 

4 credit hours 91.00 142.00 

5 credit hours 109.00 168.00 

6 credit hours 127.00 194.00 

7 credit hours 145.00 220.00 

8 credit hours 163.00 246.00 

9 credit hours 181.00 272.00 

10 credit hours 199.00 298.00 

11 credit hours 217.00 324.00 

12 credit hours 235.00 350.00 

When special approval is given for any hours beyond 
12 hours, the charge will be $18.00 per hour more for LDS 
members and $26.00 per hour more for nonmembers with 
no additional charges for hours over 14 hours. 

Above tuition does not apply to workshops, conferences, 
etc. All persons registering for 3 credit hours or less will 
receive all student activity privileges except student health 
services. Persons registering for 4 or more credit hours will 
receive all student activity privileges including student 
health services, and wUl be eligible to purchase additional 
student health insurance if desired. 

The charge for noncredit courses or for auditing courses 
is the same as taking them for credit. 

A fraction of an hour is counted as a full hour in 
assessing fees. 

The Department of Evening Classes 

A student who registers for one or more classes in the 
day school and also elects one or more evening classes will 
be assessed tuition and fees under the above schedules, on 
the basis of the total hours of registration, plus $3.00 per 
credit hour for the evening classes. The student is respon- 
sible for informing the cashier, at the time tuition is paid, 
as to the number of credit hours of evening classes included 
in his registration. Failure to pay this fee on the day of 
registration or the day on which an evening class is added 
will result in a $2.50 late fee charge. 



Late Registration Fee 

A late registration fee is charged all students register- 
ing and/or paying fees after the scheduled day of registra- 
tion for each term. (No exception is made regardless of 
reason for being late.) 

The late fee is $2.50 the first and second days following 
the scheduled registration date. Thereafter the fee is $5.00. 

Any student whose check is dishonored by his bank will 
be charged a handling fee of $5.00. If the check was for 
tuition, there will be an additional charge of the late fee 
in effect at the time the check is redeemed. 

Late fees are not refundable. 

Withdrawals 

Students who decide to discontinue school should 
notify the Office of the Dean of Students immediately. Any 
delay in notification or in turning in the activity card or 
fee receipt will reduce from day to day the amount of the 
tuition refund. 

Students who register for both terms of Summer School 
and then discontinue at the end of the First Term must of- 
ficially withdraw from the University through the Office 
of the Dean of Students. If a student defers filing an offi- 
cial withdrawal notice until the Second Term has started, 
he will not receive a full refund of tuition and fees paid. 

Refunds 

In the event of withdrawal the student must surrender 
his activity card or fee receipt. No refunds can be processed 
until this has been done. Refunds will be made on the basis 
of a withdrawal charge of $10.00 plus a per-day (from first 
school day to notification day, both days inclusive) charge 
of eight percent of the total tuition paid for a one-term regi- 
stration, or four percent for a two-term registration. 

Refund checks will be mailed from the Treasurer's 
Office to the student approximately three weeks from the 
date on which the student reported his withdrawal and 
surrendered his activity card or fee receipt to the Office of 
the Dean of Students. 

No refund will be made after August 31 of the school 
year in which payment was received by the University. 

No refund will be granted to a student who is requested 
to withdraw from the University for scholarship or other 
causes. 

Adds and Drops 

In the event a student increases the number of hours 
of registration at any time subsequent to initial registration 
and payment of fees, an additional payment for the hours 
being added must be made on the day when the hours are 
added, or the late fee will be charged. 

In the event a student decreases the number of hours 
of registration: 

During the first five school days of either term, a refund 
will be made of the difference between the charge for the 
original and the adjusted registration less $5.00. 

During the second five school days of either term, 
a refund will be made of 50 percent of the difference be- 
tween the charge for the original and the adjusted registra- 
tion. 



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After the first ten school days of either term, no refund 
will be made. 

For second term classes dropped prior to the beginning 
of the second term, a full refund for those hours will be 
given. 

Refunds for classes dropped will be prepared on the 
above basis after the student has asked the Regristration 
Office to initiate a tuition refund card. 

Miscellaneous General Fees 

Graduation fee, bachelor's degree (only 50% refund- 
able if degree is not obtained) $12.00 

Graduation fee, master's or doctor's degree (only 50% 

refundable if degree is not obtained) 20.00 

Late application for graduation (those who apply 

after February 15 for August commencement) .... 3.00 
Graduation reevaluation fee (for students who defer 
graduation beyond the graduation date originally 

applied for 2.00 

Graduate student service fee (for graduate students 
using University facilities without formal regis- 
tration for University classes) per semes- 
ter Minimum tuition 

General College two-year terminal certificate $ 6.00 

Identification photo 2.00 

Change of registration fee (for each change slip pre- 
sented after the first week of each term) $ 5.00 

Change of grade fee (unless the change is the respon- 
sibility of the University) 3.00 

Duplicate activity card 4.00 

Exemption examination to exempt a student from 
taking a required class: 

If examination is taken with a group 2.00 

If examination is taken alone 5.00 

Examination, special equivalency: 

Nonrefundable fee to take exam 10.00 

Per credit hour charge upon successful completion 
of exam, the maximum fee in any one subject 
shall not exceed $60, but will be reassessed for 

each additional credit authorization form 10.00 

Transcript fee for first copy on every order 1.00 

($.50 for each additional copy) 

Traffic violation fines Variable according to violation 

Automobile and Motorcycle registration* and parking fee: 

Zone B Summer School 6.00 

Zone B Second Term of Summer School 3.00 

Zone C Summer School 3.00 

Zone C Second Term of Summer School 1.50 

Zone D Summer School 3.00 

Zone D Second Term of Summer School 1.50 

*Registration is mandatory and no fee is charged 
if student elects to NOT park on campus. 

Bicycle registration 1.00 

Hold placed on credits for unpaid bill 2.00 

Records search fee 1.00 

Fees for Private Instruction in Music 

Music 159p, 160p (30-minute lessons) $55.00 

Music 360p, 660p (45-minute lessons) 75.00 

Solo or joint recital fee 25.00 



Refunds — Fees for Instruction in Music 

Students who withdraw from registration for private 
instruction before the semester begins or during the first 
week of the semester will receive a refund of the total 
amount paid. 

Students who withdraw after they have begun their 
private instruction will be charged ten percent of the total 
fee, the full cost of each lesson taken or each lesson missed 
without notifying the teacher, and one-half the cost of the 
remaining lessons in the course. 

Applications for refunds are made at C-550 Franklin S. 
Harris Fine Arts Center. 

Rentals 

Organ, one hour per day per term $ 5.00 

Each additional hour per day per term 4.00 

Harpsicord, clavichord, harp, one hour per day per 

term 5.00 

Each additional hour per day per term 4.00 

Piano, one hour per day per term 4.00 

Each additional hour per day per term 3.00 

Woodwind, brass, and string instruments per instru- 
ment per term 5.00 

Practice room without a piano, one hour per day per 

term 3.00 

Each additional hour per day per term 2.00 

Fees for Speech Clinic 

Speech clinic fee, per term 10.00 

(Fee assessed all non-BYU students and faculty) 

Fees for Departmental Facilities (Additional $2.50 penalty 
if not paid by June 21 for First Term or July 26 for Second 
Term.) 

Archaeology 455R 5 weeks $50.00 

10 weeks 100.00 

English 15 15.00 

Family Econ. and Home Management 370 (married or 

single) 40.00 

Geology 410 IIO.OO 

Graduate Education 568, 569, 673 (2 credit hours) .. 15.00 

Graduate Education 569, 673 (4 credit hours) 25.00 

Horticulture 112 (Flower Arrangement) 10.00 

Music 105, 368, 372 5.00 

Physical Education 128 (Bowling) 10.00 

Refund of Fees for Departmental Facilities 

First Term and Continuous classes: 

Full refund if dropped June 15 through June 21, 1971. 

Half refund if dropped June 22 through July 1, 1971. 

No refund if dropped after July 1, 1971. 
Second Term classes: 

Full refund if dropped July 19 through July 26, 1971. 

Half refund if dropped July 27 through August 6, 1971. 

No refund if dropped after August 6, 1971. 

Deposits 

Gymnasium towel check and padlock deposit $ 5.00 

(Maximum refund $4.00) 

Industrial Education 1.00 

Chemistry (each laboratory class) 10.00 



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Administration and Faculty 





President 

Joseph Fielding Smith 

The Church of Jesus Christ 

of Latter-day Saints 



President 

Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Brigham Young University 



Board of Trustees of Brigham Young University 

Joseph Fielding Smith President 

Harold B. Lee First Vice-President 

N. Eldon Tanner Second Vice-President 

Spencer W. Kimball Gordon B. Hinckley 

Ezra Taft Benson Thomas S. Monson 

Mark E. Petersen Alvin R. Dyer 

Delbert L. Stapley Boyd K. Packer 

Marion G. Romney Marion D. Hanks 

LeGrand Richards A. Theodore Tuttle 

Richard L. Evans Paul H. Dunn 

Hugh B. Brovirn John H. Vandenberg 

Howard W. Hunter Belle Spafford 

Executive Committee of Brigham Young University 
Board of Trustees 

Delbert L. Stapley, Gordon B. Hinckley 

Chairman Thomas S. Monson 

Marion G. Romney Boyd K. Packer 

LeGrand Richards Marion D. Hanks 

Office of the Church Commissioner of Ekiucation 

Neal A. Maxwell, Commissioner 

Joe J. Christensen, Associate Commissioner for Seminaries 

and Institutes 
Kenneth H. Beesley, Associate Commissioner for Colleges 

and Schools 
Dee F. Andersen, Associate Commissioner for Finance and 

Business, and Secretary of the Executive Committee of 

the Board of Trustees 

UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS 

President Ernest L. Wilkinson 

Executive Vice-President Ben E. Lewis 

Academic Vice-President Robert K. Thomas 

Vice-President and General Counsel Clyde D. Sandgren 

Associate Academic Vice-President Robert J. Smith 

Assistant Academic Vice-President .... William R. Siddoway 
Assistant Business Vice-President .... Fred A. Schwendiman 
Administrative Assistant to the President 

and Director of Summer School Dean A. Peterson 

Assistant to the President in Charge of Communications 

Heber G. Wolsey 

Dean of Students J. Elliot Cameron 

Physical Plant, Director Sam Brewster 

These officers constitute the Administrative Council of the 
University. 

DEANS OF COLLEGES, GRADUATE SCHOOL, AND 
ACADEMIC AREAS 

Graduate School Chauncey Riddle, Dean 

College of Biological and Agricultural 

Sciences A. Lester Allen, Dean 



College of Business Weldon J. Taylor, Dean 

College of Education Stephen L. Alley, Dean 

College of Family Living Blaine R. Porter, Dean 

College of Fine Arts and 

Communications Lorin F. Wheelwright, Dean 

General College Lester B. Whetten, Dean 

College of Humanities Bruce B. Clark, Dean 

College of Industrial and Technical 

Education Ernest C. Jeppsen, Dean 

College of Nursing Maxine Cope, Dean 

College of Physical and Engineering 

Sciences Armin J. Hill, Dean 

College of Physical Education .... Milton F. Hartvigsen, Dean 
College of Religious Instruction .... Daniel H. Ludlow, Dean 

College of Social Sciences Martin B. Hickman, Dean 

Division of Continuing Education Harold Glen Clark, 

Dean 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFnCERS, NONINSTRUCTIONAL UNITS 

Admissions and Records, Dean Franklin L. McKean 

Alumni Relations, Director Ronald G. Hyde 

Communications Services, Director Darrel J. Monson 

Dean of Women Lucile O. Petty 

Education Information and Guidance, 

Director Lynn Eric Johnson 

Financial Services, Director Lyman Durfee 

Housing Director DeLyle Barton 

Institutional Research, Director L. Howard Campbell 

International Office, Chairman Ariel S. Ballif 

Registrar Bill Sampson 

Space Utilization, Director Albert E. Haines 

Student Health Center, Director Cloyd C. Hofheins 

University Development Executive Director 

Richard C. Stratford 

University Personnel Services, Director B. Keith Duff in 

University Press, Director Ernest L. Olson 

Veterans and Selective Service, Adviser Gary Carver 

Wilkinson Center, Director Lyle S. Curtis 



THE FACULTY 

Adams, Jesse L., M.S., Instructor in Sociology 

Alder, Lorna Call, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Art Education 

Alder, Zane G., M.S., Asst. Prof, of English 

Allen, Dell R., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Indus. Tech. 

Allen, James B., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of History 

Allen, Mark K., Ph.D., Prof, of Psychology 

Allen, Murray F., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Art 

Alley, Stephen W., M.A., Instructor in Philosophy 

Allman, V.P., M.S., Asst. Prof. Gen. Curriculum 

Allred, G. Hugh, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Allred, Ruel A., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Allred, Wallace, M.S., Assoc. Prof of Education 
AUsen, Phillip E., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education 

for Men 
Andersen, Ferron L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Zoology 
Anderson, Carl Dixon, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Spanish 
Anderson, Dallas J., M.A., Instr. in Art 
Anderson, Keith P., Ph.D., Prof, of Chemistry 
Anderson, Lane K., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Accounting 
Anderson, Richard L., Ph.D., Prof, of History and Religious 

Instruction 
Andrus, Hyrum L., D.S.S., Prof, of Scripture 
Arbizu, Ray L., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Music 
Arnold, Marilyn, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 
Arnoldsen, Larry M., M.A., Instructor in Education 
Backman, Milton V., Jr., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of History of 

Religion 
Baer, James Logan, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Geology 
Baker, Joseph O., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of German 
Ballantyne, VerDon, M.A., Instructor in English 
Bangerter, Blauer L., Ph.D., Prof, of Physical Education 
Bankhead, Reid E., M.Th., Assoc. Prof, of Religious Instruc- 
tion 
Banks, Willis M., M.S., Instr. in General Curriculum 
Barker, Dee H., Ph.D., Prof, of Chemical Engineering 



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Barlow, Frances P., M.Ed., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and 

Family Relations 
Barnes, Clifford R., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Music 
Barnes, Howard, MBA, Asst. Prof, of Bus. Mgt. 
Barnes, James R., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Zoology 
Barron, Howard H., Ed.D., Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Barrus, George S., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Communications 
Barton, Cliff S., Ph.D., Prof, of Civil Engineering 
Bateman, J. LaVar, Ph.D., Prof, of Speech 
Bauer, Edith B., Ph.D., Prof, of Educational Psychology 
Beckham, Raymond E., M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Communications 
Bell, Elouise M., M.A., Instructor in English 
Bell, R. DerMont, Ph.D., Prof, of Business Education 
Belt, W. Dwayne, Ed.D., Prof, of Secondary Education 
Bennion, Owen C., M.S., Instructor in Gen. Curriculum 
Bentley, Anthony I., Jr., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Religious In- 
struction 
Berrett, LaMar C, Ed.D., Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Berryessa, Max J., Ed.D., Prof, of Elementary Education 
Best, Brian S., M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 
Beus, Gary B., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Statistics 
Bills, James L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry 
Bishop, Russell H., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Bissell, Harold J, Ph.D., Prof, of Geology 
Black, Harvey B., Ph.D., Instructional Res. Specialist; Prof. 

of Education 
Blake, Reed H., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Sociology 
Blanch, Mae, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 

Bowen, Walter D., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Religious Instruc- 
tion 
Bowles, Catherine, M.Ed., Clinic Instructor in Education 
Boyer, Glen L., M.S., Instructor in Business Education 
Bradford, Reed H., Ph.D., Prof, of Sociology 
Bradley, Rulon L., Ph.D., Prof, of Communications 
Bradshaw, Jerald S., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof .of Chemistry 
Bradshaw, William S., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Zoology 
Bradshaw, Merrill K., D.M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Music 
Braithwaite, Lee F., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Zoology 
Brasher, Ruth E., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof of Home Economics 

Education 
Breinholt, Floyd E., M.E., Assoc. Prof, of Art 
Britsch, Ralph A., M.A., Prof, of Humanities and Compara- 
tive Literature 
Britsch, R Lanier, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of History 
Britsch, Todd Adam, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of German and 

Humanities 
Brotherson, Jack D., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Botany 
Brown, J. Richard, M.Ed., Asst. Prof, of Elementary Edu- 
cation 
Buckner, Eugene T., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Buckwalter, Doyle W., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Political Science 
Budge, Harold S., M.S., Instructor in Psychology 
Budge, Wallace D., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Civil Engineering 
Bullock, Kenneth C, Ph.D., Prof, of Geology 
Bunker, Gary L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Psychology 
Bunker, Robert E., B.S., Instructor in Physical Education 
Burgener, Owen R., M.Ph., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 
Burr, Wesley R., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Burrup, Percy E., Ed.D., Prof, of Educational Administration 
Burton, Sheril D., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Microbiology 
Bushman, Jess R., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Geology 
Cahoon, Owen W., D.Ed., Assoc. Prof, of Child Dev. and 

Family Relationships 
Call, Clifton Boyd, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education 
Call, Ivan T., D.B.A., Assoc. Prof, of Business Management 
Cameron, James B., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Accounting 
Campbell, Eugene E., Ph.D., Prof, of History 
Cannon, Kenneth L., Ph.D., Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Card, Willard R., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Cardon, Louis B., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of History 
Carter, Melvin W., Ph.D., Prof, of Statistics 
Castle, Raymond N., Ph.D., Prof, of Chemistry 
Chamberlain, Jonathan M., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Chapman, Arthur O., Ph.D., Prof, of Zoology 
Cheesman, Paul Robert, D.R.E., Asst. Prof, of Religious In- 
struction 
Christensen, Dean C, Ed.D., Prof, of Education 
Christensen, Earl M., Ph.D., Prof, of Botany 
Christensen, Howard B., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Statistics 
Clark, H. Clifford, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Clark, J. Reuben, III, B.A., Prof, of French and Classical 
Languages 



Clark, Wayne W., Ph.D., Prof, of Economics 
Clarke, A. John, Ed.D., Prof, of Graduate Education 
Clinger, Morris M., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Speech 
Cluff, Coran L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry 
Condie, Spencer J., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 
Cook, Alan D., M.A., Asst. Prof., of Religious Instruction 
Cope, Maxine J., Ed.D., Dean of College of Nursing 
Cottrell, Milford C, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Secondary Edu- 
cation 
Cowan, Richard D., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of History of Religion 
Cracroft, Richard H., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 
Craig, Wesley W., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 
Crandall, John M., Jr., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Special Educa- 
tion 
Cryer, Walter, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Physical Education 
Cundick, Bert P., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Psychology 
Daines, Bernard N., B.S., Instructor in Computer Science 
Daines, Delva, Ed.D., Prof, of Elementary Education 
Daines, Robert H., D.B.A., Assoc. Prof, of Business Manage- 
ment 
Dansie, R.E., B.A., Instructor in Environmental Design 
Davies, J. Kenneth, Ph.D., Prof, of Economics 
Davis, Garold N., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of German 
Dean, C. Edwin, M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Computer Science 
DeHoyos, Arturo, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Indian Education 
DeHoyos, Benjamin F., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Recreation Edu- 
cation 
Dixon, Dwight R., Ph.D., Prof, of Physics 
Dixon, Richard C, Special Instructor in Philosophy 
Done, G. Byron, Ph.D., Prof, of Scripture 

Downing, Lester N., Ed.D., Prof, of Educational Psychology 
Downs, Robert H., M.M., Asst. Prof, of Music 
Drake, Richard E., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Nursing 
Doxey, Willard B., Ph.D., Prof, of Economics 
Dudley, J. Duane, Ph.D., Prof, of Physics 
Duke, James T., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 
Duerden, Claude B., M.P.H., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and 

Family Relations 
Dunn, James W., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Durrant, S. Olani, Sc.D., Asst. Prof, of Civil Engineering 

Science 
Dutton, Dean S., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Earl, Don L., Ph.D., Prof, of Music 
Eastmond, E. John, Ph.D., Prof, of Physics 
Elkington, Grant C, B.A., Instructor in Music 
Ellsworth, Carol, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Home Economics Ed. 
Ellsworth, Richard G., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
England, J. Lynn, M.A., Instructor in Sociology 
Esplin, Ross S., M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 
Evans, David L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
Farmer, James L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Zoology 
Farnsworth, Dean B., Ph.D., Prof, of English 
Firmage, D. Allan, M.S., Prof, of Engineering 
Fisher, A. Garth, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Physical Education 
Flick, Roger, B.S., Instructor in Genealogy 
Folsom, Marvin H., Ph.D., Prof, of German 
Foster, Glen Ray, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Fox, William, M.A., Instructor in General Curriculum 
Foxley, William M., M.F.A., Instructor in Music 
Francis, Rulon S., M.S., Registered Physical Therapist, Asst. 

Prof, of Physical Education 
Franz, Kay B., B.S., Instructor in Food Science and Nutri- 
tion 
Free, Joseph C, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Mechanical Engineer- 
ing 
Frost, Herbert H., Ph.D., Prof, of Zoology 
Frost, Merrill F., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Speech 
Fugal, John P., D.R.E., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Gamett, LaVell C, M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Industrial Education 
Garbe, Douglas, M.S., Instructor in Gen. Curr.; Assoc. Prof. 

in Computer Science 
Gardner, John H., Ph.D., Prof, of Physics 
Gardner, Robert W., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Animal Science 
Garner, Lynn E., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 
Garrard, LaMar E., Ph.D., Prof, of Psychology 
Garrison, Carolyn L., B.S., Instructor in Family Economics 

and Home Management 
Garrison, Ray H., D.B.A., Assoc. Prof, of Accounting 
Gassman, Byron W., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
Geary, Edward A.. M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 
Gee, Burton C, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics 
Gibb, John Douglas, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Speech and 

Dramatic Arts 
Gibbons, Rendol L., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Music 



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Gibbons, Willard E., M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Sociology 

Gill, Gurcharan S., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics 

Gledhill, Preston R., Ph.D., Prof, of Dramatic Arts 

Goodman, A. Harold, Ed.D., Prof, of Music 

Goodwin, Reese, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Civil Engineering 

Goodson, William Dale, Ed.D., Instructor in General College 

Green, John Dean, M.A., Instructor in Humanities and 

Comparative Literature 
Groesbeck, Lue S., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Music 
Grover, Jerry Dee, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Industrial Education 
Grow, Stewart L., Ph.D., Prof, of History and Political 

Science 
Gubler, Donworth V., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Russian 
Hafen, Brent Que, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 
Hafen, William J., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Recreation Educa- 
tion 
Hall, Blaine, M.A., Instructor in English 
Hammond, Ruth, M.S., Instructor in Special Education 
Hansen, Harold I., Ph.D., Prof, of Dramatic Arts 
Hansen, H. Kimball, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physics and 

Astronomy 
Hansen, John L., M.R.Ed., Instructor in Recreation Educa- 
tion 
Hardy, Garry, M.Ed., Instructor in Education 
Hardy, Kenneth R., Ph.D., Prof, of Psychology 
Harms, Callis R., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Educational Admin. 
Harris, H. Jarold, II, M.M., Asst. Prof, of Music 
Harris, James R.. Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Harris, John B., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
Harris, John S., M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 
Harrison, B. Kent, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physics 
Harrison, Grant, Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Hartshorn, Leon R., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Religious Instruc- 
tion 
Hatch, Dorian M., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Physics 
Haupt, Floyd E., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 
Hayes, Darwin L., M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 
Hays, Billy Ray, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Computer Science 
Heaps, Richard, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Heaton, Alma, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Recreation Education 
Heiner, Steven W., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 
Henderson, E. Dean, M.E., Clinical Instructor in Education 
Hendrickson, LeMar, M.S., Instructor in English 
Hendrix, Leland J., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Graduate Education 
Heninger, Richard W., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Zoology 
Henson, Charles A., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Dramatic Arts 
Hickman, Harold, M.F.A., Instructor in Communications 
Higbee, Kenneth L., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Psychology 
Higgins, John C, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 
Hill, Marvin S., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of History 
Hill, Max W., Ph.D., Prof, of Physics 
Hillam, Kenneth L., Ph.D., Prof, of Mathematics 
Hillam, Ray C, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Political Science 
Hilton, H. Gill, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Statistics 
Hinckley, Edwin C, Ed.D., Prof, of Industrial Education 
Hindmarsh, Ted C, B.S., Supervisor of Educ. Graphics 
Hintze, Lehi F., Ph.D., Prof, of Geology 
Hood, Rebecca M., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Nursing 
Hoops, Margaret, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Horsley, A. Burt, Ph.D., Prof, of Philosophy and Religious 

Instruction 
Hoskisson, William A., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Microbiology 
Howell, Robert J., Ph.D., Prof, of Psychology 
Hubbard, Ernest D., D.B.A., Assoc. Prof, of Accounting 
Hunsaker, D. Glade. M.A., Instructor in English 
Hyatt, Norman, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Hyer, Paul V., Ph.D., Prof, of History 
Jackson, R. H., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Geography 
Jacobs, Briant S., Ph.D., Prof, of English 
Jamison, Ronald D., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics 
Jarman, Boyd O., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education 
Jaussi, August W., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Zoology 
Jenkins, Ronda H., M.A., Asst. Prof, in Industrial Education 
Jensen, Allene, M.S., Instructor in Library and Information 

Sciences 
Jensen, C. Russell, Ph.D., Instructor in History 
Jensen, Denmark C, M.S., Instructor in Provisional Regis- 
tration 
Jensen, Gary Lee, Ph.D.. Asst. Prof, of Physics 
Jensen, Marcus M., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Microbiology 
Johnson, Eldred A., D.B.A., Prof, of Accounting 
Johnson, John H., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Food Science and 
Nutrition 



Johnson, Richard, Ph.D., Counselor in Student Personnel 
Center 

Johnson, LaVon C, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education 

Jones, J. Richard, Ed.D., Asst. Prof, in Physical Education 
for Men 

Jones, Kenneth O., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Speech and Dramatic 
Arts 

Jorgensen, Eleanor, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Clothing and Tex- 
tiles 

Keele, Reba, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Education 

Keeler, Joseph J., M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Music 

Knight, Hattie M., M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Library and Inf. 
Sciences 

Knight, Leland, M.A., Instructor in Education 

Knowles, Elmer, Ph.D., Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 
Relations 

Koller, Roland H., II, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Economics 

Kunz, Phillip R., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Sociology 

Lambert, Neal E., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 

Lambert, William R., D.B.A., Asst. Prof, of Business Man- 
agement 

Lamoreaux, Jack W., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 

Lamson, Merle E., M.S., Instructor in Library and Informa- 
tion Sciences 

Larsen, Don H., Ph.D., Prof, of Microbiology 

Larsen, Gustive O., M.A., Assoc. Prof. Emeritus of History 
and Religion 

Larsen, Kenneth M., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof .of Mathematics 

Larsen, Vernon W., Ph.D., Prof, of Sociology 

Laycock, Harold R., D.M.A., Prof, of Music 

Laycock, Ralph G., D.M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Music 

Layton, Robert L., Ph.D., Prof, of Geography 

Laws, Duane, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 
Relationships 

LeCates, Terry Nels, M.B.A., Asst. Prof, of Business Mgt. 

Ledbetter, Curtis, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 

Lee, Terry N., M.B.A., Asst. Prof, of Business Mgt. 

Lee, Tsai-Feng, B.A., Instructor in Chinese 

Liechty, Elizabeth L., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Clothing and Tex- 
tiles 

Liechty, William R., M.A., Instructor in Botany 

Lofgreen, Charlotte, B.E., Instructor in General College 

Longhurst, John T., M.M., Instructor in Music 

Longmore, Dean R., M.B.A., Instructor in Business Manage- 
ment 

Low, Gordon M., Ph.D., Prof, of Speech 

Luckau, Paul F., M.A., Asst. Prof, of German 

Mabey, Melvin P., D.Phil., Prof, of History and Political 
Science 

Magleby, Francis R., M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Art 

Manookin, Robert P., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Music 

Marlow, H. Carleton, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of History 

Marchant, Maurice, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Library and Inf. 
Sciences 

Marshall, Robert L., M.A., Instructor in Art 

Mason, James, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Music 

Matheny, Ray T., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Anthropology and 
Archaeology 

Mayfield, Craig, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Guided Studies 

McArthur, Ross "J," Ed.D., Prof, of Industrial Ed. 

McKell, William C, Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Industrial Ed. 

McKellar, J. Glen, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 

McKendrick, John E., M.A., Assoc. Prof, of English 

McKinnon, Gary F., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Business Manage- 
ment 

Mead, D. Eugene, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 
Relations 

Melville, Keith, Ph.D., Prof, of Political Science 

Meservy, Keith H., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 

Metten, Charles L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Dramatic Arts 

Merritt, Lavere B., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Civil Engineering 
Science 

Midgley, Louis C, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Political Science 

Miller, Martin L., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Physics and Mathe- 
matics 

Moe, Rudy, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Physical Education 

Moore, Blaine, Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 

Moore, Glen, Ph.D.. Prof, of Botany 

Moore, Hal G., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics 

Moore. Paul C, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Speech 

Morrell, Edwin B., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Political Science 

Morrell, Jeanette, M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 

Morrill, A. Reed, Ed.D., Prof, of Educational Admin. 

Montgomery, David D., M.A., Asst. Prof, of History 



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Mortensen, Kay S., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Industrial Tech. 

Moss, J. Joel, Ph.D., Prof, of Child Dev. and Family Relations 

Muranaka, Chihoko Kitano, M.A., Instructor in Japanese 

Murdock, Joseph R., Ph.D., Prof, of Botany 

Murphy, Joseph R., Ph.D., Prof, of Zoology 

Muse, Ivan, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 

Nackos, F. J., M.A. Instructor in Environmental Design 

Naylor, Jay H., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Recreation Education 

Nelson, George E., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Business Education 

Nelson, Glen, Ph.D., Prof, of Economics 

Nelson, K. LeRoi, Ph.D., Prof, of Chemistry 

Nelson, Marvin N., M.S., Clinical Instructor in Elementary 

Education 
Newman, Parley W., Ph.D., Prof, of Speech 
Nicholes, Henry J., Ph.D., Prof, of Zoology 
Nielsen, Fred K., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Physics 
Nish, Dale L., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Industrial Education 
Nordgren, Quentin R., Ph.D., Prof, of Music 
Norman, T. A., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Computer Science 
Norton, Don E., M.A., Instructor in English 
Oakes, Clinton L., Ph.D., Prof, of Business Management 
Oaks, Harold R., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Speech and Dramatic 

Arts 
Olsen, Burton K., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Recreation Education 
Ord, John E., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Elementary Education 
Orme, Leon E., Ph.D., Prof, of Animal Science 
Overstreet, Earl LeRoy, Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 
Pace, George W., M.A., Instructor in Religious Instruction 
Packer, Thane, M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Youth Leadership and 

Recreation Ed. 
Palmer, E. Paul, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physics 
Palmer, Spencer J., Ph.D., Prof, of History of Religious 

Instruction 
Parsons, Robert E., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Parsons, Robert J., M.S., Instructor in Economics 
Patch, Robert C, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Scripture 
Paul, Edward G., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry 
Payne, I. Reed, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Psychology 
Pearson, Dale Francis, M.S.W., Asst. Prof, of Sociology 
Pearce, Wayne, MBA, Instructor in Business Mgt.; Tennis 

Coach 
Pedersen, Darhl M., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Psychology 
Perry, Devern J., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Business Education 
Petersen, Ray, M.H.Ed., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 
Peterson, Betty J., M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Business Education 
Peterson, Evan T., Ph.D., Prof, of Sociology 
Peterson, H. Donl, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Religious Instruc- 
tion 
Phillips, R. Douglas, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Classical Languages 
Pinegar, Rex D., Ed.D., Prof, of Special Education 
Pinney, James K., M.B.A., Asst. Prof, of Business Manage- 
ment 
Pollei, Paul C, M.M., Instructor in Music 
Pope, Clayne, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Pope, Karl T., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Dramatic Arts 
Porter, Larry C, M.A., Instructor in Religious Instruction 
Price, Alvin H., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Pritchett, Bruce M.S., Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Purdy, Victor W., M.iS., Asst. Prof, of Library and Inf. 

Sciences 
Raisor, Ernest R., B.S., Instructor in Industrial Technology 
Randall, David M., D.M.A., Asst. Prof, of Music 
Rasmussen, Ellis T., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Old Testament 

Languages and Literature 
Rasmussen, R., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Philosophy 
Raty, Thomas, M.A., Instructor in Art 
Reeder, Jesse W., Ph.D., Prof, of History and PoliticeJ 

Science 
Reid, Howard T., Ed.D., Prof, of Personnel and Guidance 
Reimschiissel, Ernest F., M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Horticulture 
Reynolds, Noel B., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Philosophy 
Rhodes, Ronald L., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Health Sciences 
Rich, Owen S., Ed.D., Prof, of Communications 
Rich, Russell R., Ed.D., Prof, of History of Religion 
Richardson, Jed J., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Speech 
Rickenbach, Dean., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Economics 
Ricks, Eldin, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Ridenhour, Ted E., M.A., Asst. Prof, of English 
Rigby, W. Dean, B.A., Instructor in General Curriculum 
Robinson, Paul, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Psychology 
Rollins, Boyd C, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Rollins, Leslie McKay, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 



Romney, Antone K., Ed.D., Distinguished Prof, of Compara- 
tive Education 
Roos, Keith L., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of German 
Roundy, Elmo S., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Physical Education 
Sagers, Richard D., Ph.D., Prof, of Microbiology 
Sanchez, Margaret, M.A., Instructor in English 
Sandberg, Carma, M.A., Instructor in Education 
Sardoni, Lawrence, M.A., Prof, of Music 
Schill, Ronald L., M.B.A., Asst. Prof, of Bus. Management 
Schmutz, Richard A., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of History 
Scoresby, Lynn, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relationships 
Seggar, John F.A., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Sociology 
Seibt, Klaus-Michael, M.A., Instructor in History 
Shaw, Don D., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Health Science and 

Recreation Education 
Shields, L. Grant, M.R.E., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Simmons, Elbert R., M.A., Asst. Prof, of Zoology 
Skinner, Rulon D., B.A., Instructor in Youth Leadership 
Skousen, K. Fred, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Accounting 
Slaugh, Kathleen, M.S., Instructor in Family Economics and 

Home Management 
Smith, Gary R., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Business Education 
Smith, Kay H., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Psychology 
Smith, Murray F., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of German 
Smith, Oliver R., Ph.D., Prof, of Communications 
Smith, Ralph B., Ed.D., Prof, of Education 
Snow, Donald R., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Mathematics 
Snow, Gardner G., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Snow, Karl Nelson, M.P.A., Assoc. Prof, of Political Science 
Sorensen, A. Don, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Political Science 
Spencer, Robert, M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Special Education 
Speidel, Walter, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of German 
Staley, John S., Ph.D., Prof, of Sociology 
Stephan, Eric D., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Speech and Dramatic 

Arts 
Stevens, Dale J.. Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Geography 
Stewart, David Michael, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of History 
Stocks, Dayna L., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Botany 
Stoddard, G. Evan, B.A., Instructor in Sociology 
Stoddard, Ted D., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Business Education 
Stout, Douglas, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Art 
Strong, William J., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Physics 
Struthers, Robert E., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Dramatic Arts 
Stutz, Howard C, Ph.D., Prof, of Botany 
Sucher, Floyd, Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Swensen, Russel B., Ph.D., Prof, of History 
Swenson, Albert D., Ph.D., Prof, of Chemistry 
Symons, Joseph N., Ph.D., Prof, of Sociology 
Takasaki, Fred, M.A., Instructor in Art 
Tarbox, Norman, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Communications 
Taylor, Dale H., Ph.D., Prof, of Accounting 
Taylor, Barbara, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Femiily 

Relations 
Taylor, Hal L., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Taylor, James S., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Spanish 
Taylor, L. John, M.A., Instructor in English 
Tate, Charles D., Jr., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
Terry, Elvis B., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Music 
Thomas, Glen E., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Teacher Education 
Thomas, John A., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
Thomson, Lowell D., M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Thomson, Woodruff C, Ph.D., Prof, of English 
Thorne, Dennis Eugene, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Psychology 
Thome, Lucile M., M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Library and Inf. 

Sciences 
Thorp, Malcolm, M.A., Instructor in History 
Thorstensen, Clark T., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Recreation Edu- 
cation 
Thurgood, Glen S., M.S., Instructor in Civil Engineering 
Thygerson, Alton L., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Health Science 
Tidwell, William D., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Botany 
Tippetts, Frank, M.S., Assoc. Prof, of Art 
Tobler, Douglas F., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of History 
Turner, Rodney, Ed.D., Prof, of Religious Instruction 
Tyndall, Ottella W., M.S., Instructor in Child Dev. and Fam- 
ily Relations 
Ulrich, Richard, Ph.D., Prof, of Mechanical Engineering 
Vance, Barbara, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Child Dev. and Family 

Relations 
Walker, Rudger H., Ph.D., Prof, of Agronomy 
Wallin, Marilyn June. B.S., Clinic Instructor in Nursing 
Walter, Charles N., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 
Warner, Beverly J., B.A., Instructor in Dramatic Arts 



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Watkins, Arthur, Ph.D., Prof, of German 

Waters, Max L., Ed.D., Assoc. Prof, of Business Education 

Watters, Ray, H.S.D., Prof, of Health Science 

Weaver, Max D., M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Art 

Weaver, Ross M., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Speech 

Webb, Clark, M.A., Instructor in Education 

Webb, Fredrick N., M.A., Instructor in Music 

Weight, David G., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Psychology 

Welcker, Max, M.A.T., Asst. Prof, of Education 

West, Dale H., Ed.D., Prof, of English 

White, David A., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Zoology 

Whitehead, Armand T., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Zoology 

Whitton, Leslie, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Botany 

Wight, Marjorie, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 

Wight, Theodore A., Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Mathematics 

Williams, Carwin C, M.A., Asst. Prof, of Political Science 

Williams, Clarence F., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Agronomy and 

Horticulture 
Williams, Gary Shelton, B.A., Asst. Prof, of Asian Languages 
Williams, Glenn R., D.M.A., Assoc. Prof, of Music 
Williams, Ray S., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of English 
Wilson, Arnold, M.S., Asst. Prof, of Civil Engineering 
Wilson, Byron Joy, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Chemistry 
Wilson, Warren B., M.F.A., Assoc. Prof, of Art and Educa- 
tion 
Wimmer, Larry T., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Wing, John H., M.S., Asst. Prof, of Chemistry 
Winward, Edward J., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Educational Psy- 
chology 
Wolfgramm, Harold F., Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of Education 
Wood, Glenna, Ph.D., Assoc. Prof, of English 
Wood, Lowell D., Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Economics 
Woodfield, Leon W., D.B.A., Assoc. Prof, of Accounting 
Woodward, Ralph, D.M.A., Prof, of Music 
Wooton, Richard, Ed.D., Asst. Prof, of Education 
Wright, H. Curtis, Ph.D., Asst. Prof, of Library and Inf. 

Sciences 
Wright, N. Dale, M.S., Instructor in Political Science 
Wyss, L.F., B.F.A., Instructor in Environmental Design 
Yam, David H., Jr., Ed.D., Prof, of Philosophy 
Yearout, Paul H., Ph.D., Prof, of Mathematics 
Young, Karen M., M.S., Instructor in Speech and Dramatic 
Arts 



VISITING FACULTY 

The regular Brigham Young University summer faculty 
will be augmented by many noted authorities in the various 
fields for the two summer terms. (Others to be announced) 

Aebersold, Jamey, M.M., Professional musician in Wood- 
winds. Performs professionally on a regular basis. 



Alderman, Pauline, Ph.D., Retired professor in Musicology 
from several United. States and Canadian universities. 

Anderson, Rodney R., Ph.D., Industrial Arts Specialist in the 
Colorado State Department of Education 

Bos, Gary F., M.S., Junior High School Industrial Arts In- 
structor, Long Beach Unified School District, Long 
'Beach, California. 

Callis, Helmut, Ph.D., Chairman, Asian Studies, Senior Pro- 
fessor Political Science and History at the University 
of Utah. 

Christiansen, Leon F., Ed.D., Coordinator of School Planning, 
Utah State Department of Education. 

Cureton, Thomas Kirk, Jr., Ph.D., Professor of Physical Edu- 
cation, University of Illinois and of the Physical Fitness 
Research Laboratory. 

Eirich, Wayne, Ed.D., Coordinator of Data Processing, Col- 
lege of Conmierce, Western Kentucky University, Bow- 
ling Green, Kentucky. 

Gordon, Cyrus H., Ph.D., Chairman of the Department of 
Mediterranean Studies at Brandeis University, Walt- 
ham, Massachusetts. 

King, Arthur Henry, Ph.D., Assistant director-general and 
controller of the Education Division of the British Coun- 
cil in London. 

Luke, Ray, Ph.D., Director of Bands and Orchestras, Okla- 
homa City University; Associate Director of Oklahoma 
City University Symphony Orchestra. 

Mitchell, William, Ed.D., Department Chairman of Business 
Education at Wisconsin State University. 

Nickle, Clement R., B.S., Industrial Arts Teacher at Union 
Junior High School, Sandy, Utah. 

Paolucci, Beatrice, Ed.D., Head of the Home Management 
and Child Development Department, Michigan State 
University, East Lansing, Michigan. 

Pei, Mario, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus in Residence (Special 

Lecturer) in Romance Philology, Columbia University, 

New York. 
Prestel, Kurt, Conservatory Degree. Presently Director of 

Orchestras and Choruses, Mozarteum, Salzburg, Austria. 
Rogers, Richard D., Ed.D., Specialist on Listening in Creigh- 

ton School District, Phoenix, Arizona. 
Saroyan, William, Internationally known playwright. 

Schnabel, Karl U., European trained concert pianist who has 
given master classes in England, Italy, Australia, and 
the United States and performances throughout the 
entire world. 

Smith, Lois, Ph.D., Chairman, Department of Chemistry, 
Russell Sage College, Troy, New York 

Tisdale, James, M.S., Principal, Alta Loma School, Los 
Angeles, California. 



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Colleges and Departments 



College Colleges, Departments, 

Code No. and Academic Areas 

01 BIOLOGICAL AND 

AGRICULTURAL SaENCES 
Agricultural Economics 
Agronomy and Horticulture 

Animal Science 

Botany and Range Science 

Microbiology 

Zoology 
Pre-Professional 



02 



03 



04 



05 



Major 

Code Major Offered 



030 Agr. Econ. 

060 Agronomy 

585 Horticulture 

095 Animal Science 

867 Pre-Veterinary 

185 Botany 

886 Range Science 

759 Microbiology 

757 Med. Tech. 

985 Zoology 

859 Pre-Optometry 

861 Pre-Pharmacy 

852 Pre-Dental 

857 Pre-Medical 



BUSINESS 



Accounting 
Business Education 

Business Fundamentals 
Business Management 
Economics 

Master of Business Adm. 
Organization Behavior 
Statistics 
EDUCATION 
Education 



Educational Administration 



Teacher Ed., Elementary 
Teacher Ed., Secondary 
Special Education 

FAMILY LIVING 

Child Dev. and Family Rel. 



Clothing and Textiles 
Environmental Design 
Family Economics and 

Home Management 
Food Science and Nutrition 



Home Economics Education 

FINE ARTS AND 
COMMUNICATIONS 



010 
200 
787 
213 
215 
310 
733 
789 
955 

494 

322 
325 
347 
495 
792 
910 
921 
957 
958 
959 

265 
264 
266 
425 
731 
290 
663 
600 

457 
456 
458 
570 



Accounting 

Business Ed. 

Office Management 

Business Fund. 

Business Mgt. 

Economics 

MBA 

Organization Behavior 

Statistics 



Philosophy of Ed. 
Ed. Administration 
Ed. Psychology 
Jr. College Curr. and Instr. 
Counseling and Guid. 
Reading Specialist 
School Psychology 
Teacher Ed., Elem. 
Teacher Ed., Sec. 
Special Education 



Child Development 
Early Childhood Ed. 
Family Relations 
Marriage Counseling 
Clothing and Textiles 
Environmental Design 
Family Economics and 
Home Management 

Food and Nutrition 

Food Science 

Home Economics Ed. 



Art 


125 


Art 


Communications 


291 


Communications 




018 


Advertising-Public Relations 




685 


Journalism 




793 


Photography 




882 


Broadcasting 


Music 


765 


Music Fundamentals 




767 


Music Applied 




769 


Music Education 




771 


Music Theory 




773 


Musicology 


Speech and Dramatic Arts 


940 






305 


Dramatic Arts 




871 


Professional Acting 




872 


Professional Directing 




873 


Professional Playwrighting 



Deans, Dept. 
Chairmen, and 
Curr. Coord. 



Room 
and Bldg. 



A. Lester Allen, Dean 301 WIDB 

Lowell D. Wood 475 WIDB 

Rudger H. Walker 275 WIDB 
E. Reimschussel W. Lewis House 

R. Phil Shumway 375 WIDB 

Clark Mortensen 365 WIDB 

Dayna L. Stocks 401 WIDB 

Don H. Larsen 775 WIDB 

Joseph R. Murphy 575 WIDB 

August Jaussi 585 WIDB 

Arthiu- Chapman 259 WIDB 

James L. Farmer 251 WIDB 

Weldon J. Taylor, Dean 154 JKB 
Bryce B. Orton, 

Asst. Dean 154B 

Leon Woodfield 350 

G. Edward Nelson 351 

G. Edward Nelson 351 

E. Dee Hubbard 203 

Ivan T. Call 395 

Larry T. Wimmer 302 

Robert Daines A253 

Wm. G. Dyer A265 

H. Gill Hilton 348 

Stephen L. Alley, Dean 118 MCKB 
Curtis N. Van Alfen, 

Asst. Dean 152 MCKB 

Wallace E. Allred 150 MCKB 

Ralph Smith 129 MCKB 

Rex Pinegar 180 CHLC 

Ralph Smith 129 MCKB 

Rex Pinegar 180 CHLC 

Max Berryessa 224 MCKB 

Rex Pindar 180 CHLC 

Max Berryessa 224 MCKB 

Wallace Allred 150 MCKB 

Rex Pinegar 180 CHLC 

Blaine Porter, Dean 1206 SFLC 

J. Joel Moss 1239 SFLC 



JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 
JKB 



Eleanor Jorgensen 3256 SFLC 

Milo R. Baughman 233A BRMB 

Virginia F. Cutler 1216 SFLC 

John H. Johnson 2218 SFLC 



Ruth Brasher 2234 SFLC 

Lorin F. Wheelwright, 

Dean A410 HFAC 
Lael J. Woodbury, 

Asst. Dean A412 HFAC 

Floyd E. Breinholt C-502 HFAC 

J. Morris Richards F-506 HFAC 



A. Harold Goodman C-550 HFAC 



Parley W. Newman D-581 HFAC 



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06 



07 



08 
09 



10 



11 



874 Professional Technical Theatre 

875 Speech Area 

940 Speech and Dram. Arts 

Ed. (Secondary Cert.) 

941 Communicative Habilitation 

Area 



GENERAL COLLEGE 
Provisional Registration 
American Indian Education 
General Curriculum 
Guided Studies 

HUMANITIES 

Classical and Asian Languages 



English 

French and Italian 

Germanic and Slavic 
Languages 



Humanities and 

Comparative Literature 

Latin-American Studies 
Spanish and Portugese 

Linguistics 
NURSING 



PHYSICAL AND 



000 


Undetermined 


002 


American Indian Ed. 


003 


General Curriculum 


923 


Guided Studies 


282 




107 


Arabic 


267 


Chinese 


285 


Classical Civilization 


497 


Greek 


510 


Hebrew 


628 


Japanese 


695 


Korean 


707 


Latin 


415 


English 


462 


French 


677 


Italian 


493 




308 


Dutch 


435 


Finnish 


492 


German 


777 


Norwegian 


917 


Russian 


293 


Comparative Literature 


630 


Humanities 


520 


Latin-American Studies 


937 


Spanish 


842 


Portuguese 


727 


Linguistics 


780 


Nursing 



Lester B. Whetten, Dean 106 HGB 
Wm. Dale Goodson 110 BRMB 

Royce P. Flandro 120D BRMB 

WUlis M. Banks 120B BRMB 

Craig K. Mayfield 126C BRMB 



Bruce B. Clark, Dean 
J. Reuben Clark, III 



A-129 JKB 
329 MCKB 



Dale H. West 
John A. Green 



Arthur R. Watkins 



A-246 JKB 
355 MCKB 



321 MCKB 



Ralph A. Britsch 

Lyman S. Shreeve 
M. Carl Gibson 

Robert W. Blair 



A-113 JKB 

113 FOB 
301 MCKB 

239 MCKB 



Maxine J. Cope, Dean 2240B SFLC 
Elaine Murphy 

Asst. Dean 2240A SFLC 



ENGINEFJIING SaENCES 






Armin J. Hill, Dean 


271 ESC 


Chemical Engineering 


245 


Chemical Eng. 


L. Douglas Smoot 


176 l^'EIB 


Chemistry 


260 
262 
852 
857 


Chemistry 

Chemistry, Teaching 
Predental Chemistry 
Premedical Chemistry 


K. LeRoi Nelson 


225 ESC 


Civil Engineering 


275 


Civil Engineering 


D. Allan Firmage 


107 b'ELB 


Electrical Engineering 


380 


Electrical Engineering 


Ferril Losee 


175 l-'ELB 


Geology 


485 
309 
489 


Geology 
Earth Science 
Geological Eng. 


J. Keith Rigby 


274 ESC 


Mathematics 


735 


Mathematics 


Kenneth L. Hillam 


164 FOB 


Mechanical Engineering 


750 


Mechanical Eng. 


John M. Simonsen 


223 FELB 


Physics and Astronomy 


815 


Physics 


John H. Gardner 


296 ESC 


Statistics 


955 


Statistics 


H. Gill Hilton 


348 JKB 


PHYSICAL EDUCATION 






Milton F. Hartvigsen, 


Dean 212 RB 


Health Science 


505 


Health Science 


Ray Watters 


213 RB 


Physical Education 


795 


Physical Ed., Men 


Elmo Roundy 


271 SFH 




796 


PhysicjJ Ed., Women 


Leona Holbrook 


296 RB 




863 


Prephysical Therapy 


Rulon Francis 


122 RB 


Recreation Education 


890 


Recreation Ed. 


William Hafen 


273C RB 


Youth Leadership 


970 


Youth Leadership 


Thane J. Packer 


105 RB 


SOCIAL SCIENCES 






Martin B. Hickman, 
Dean 


390 MSRB 


Anthropology-Archaeology 


102 
110 


Anthropology 
Archaeology 


Merlin Myers 


150 MSRB 


Asian Studies 


130 


Asian Studies 


Lanier Britsch 


123 FOB 


Economics 


310 


Economics 


Larry Wimmer 


302 JKB 


European Studies 


420 


European Studies 


Edwin B. Morrell 


374B MSRB 


Geography 


470 


Geography 


Robert Layton 


167 HGB 


History 


535 


History 


DeLamar Jensen 


250 MSRB 


Institute of Government 










Service 


658 


Institute of Govt. Service 


Karl Snow 


CRWH 


international Relations 


665 


International Relations 


Stanley A. Taylor 


118 FOB 


Law Enforcement 


710 


Law Enforcement 


Charles T. Fletcher 


CRWH 


Political Science 


835 


Political Science 


Ray C. HUlam 


273 MSRB 


Psychology 


870 


Psychology 


Darhl Pedersen 


1230 SFLC 


Sociology 


925 
928 


Sociology 
Social Work 


Evan T. Peterson 


183 FOB 



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INDUSTRIAL AND 
TECHNICAL EDUCATION 



Industrial Educ. 4-year 



075 Aerospace Studies 

760 Military Science 

466 Genealogical Res. Technol. 

645 Industrial Arts Teacher 



Ernest C. Jeppsen, Dean 120 SOCH 
Col. Lawrence H. 

Johnson 380 ROTC Bldg 

Col. David R. 

Lyon 320 ROTC Bldg 

Norman E. Wright 140 SOCH 



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Training 


Edwin C. Hinckley 


250 SNLB 




964 


Technical Teacher Ed. 


Ernest C. Jeppsen 


120 SOCH 


Industrial Tech. 4-year 






Ross J. Mc Arthur 


230 SNLB 




192 


Building Construction 


Max E. McKinnon 


250 SNLB 




307 


Design and Drafting 


E. Max Raisor 


230 SNLB 




394 


Electronics Technology 


Merrill J. Smart 


B-25 




730 


Manufacturing Technology 


Dell K. Allen 


230 SNLB 


Technical Institute 2-year 






Ernest C. Jeppsen 


120 SOCH 




135 


Associate Deg. in Nursing 


Marian Jensen, SLC 
Beulah Swensen 


401 12th Ave 
143 SOCH 




137 


Associate Deg. in 










Family Living 


Beulah Swensen 


143 SOCH 




138 


Associate Deg. in 










Law Enforcement 


Charles T. Fletcher 


CRWH 




216 


Business Tech. 


James Brackner 


767 WIDB 




217 


Secretarial Tech. 


J. Perry Poison 


367 JKB 




248 


Chemical Tech. 


Charles R. Whited 


B-25 




277 


Civil Tech. 


Ivin L. Holt 


B-25 




295 


Data Processing Tech. 


C. Edwin Dean 


A-64 ASB 




302 


Drafting Tech. 


E. Max Raisor 


230 SNLB 




387 


Electrical Tech. 


Kay F. Brown 


B-25 




389 


Electronics Eng. Tech. 


Merrill J. Smart 


B-25 




465 


Geneal. Research Tech. 


Norman E. Wright 


140 SOCH 




500 


Graphic Arts Tech. 


Ron Jenkins 


250 SNLB 




717 


Library Tech. 


Keith Cottam 


115 JRCL 


• 


720 


Light Bldg. Constr. Tech. 


Max McKinnon 


250 SNLB 




794 


Photographic Tech. 


Wallace M. Barrus 


D-160 HFAC 




823 


Piano Tech. 


Lynn Hansen 


C-110 HFAC 




960 


Tool Design Tech. 


Kent Kohkonen 


103 B-30 




967 


Welding Tech. 


Lester Long 


230 SNT.R 


RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION 






Daniel H. Ludlow, Dean 144 JSB 








Roy W. Doxey, Asst. 


Dean 123 JSB 


Ancient Scripture 


913 




Ellis Rasmussen 


121 JSB 


Church History and Doctrine 


914 




LaMar C. Berrett 


123 JSB 


Philosophy 


791 




C. Terry Warner 


436 JRCL 


LIBRARY AND 










INFORMATION SQENCES 


715 


Unattached 


Hattie M. Knight 


548 JRCL 


GRADUATE 


Graduate degree-seeking and 


Chauncey C. Riddle, 




Degree-seeking 


nondegree-seeking students 


Dean 


D-208 ASB 


Nondegree-seeking 


should list the code number 







of their major department 



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DESCRIPTIONS 



ACCOUNTING 

Leon Woodfield, Chairman, 350 JKB 
Courses 

201. Elementary Accounting. (3 Cr) (m) Home Study also. 

A first course in the concepts and methods under- 
lying financial statements. 

202. Elementary Accoimting. (3 Cr) (m) Home Study also. 

Prerequisite: Acctg. 201. 

The second course in the elementary series cover- 
ing managerial problems and the control of business 
operations. 

282. Mathematics of Business. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Math 108 or equivalent. 
Application of mathematics to business problems. 

301, 302. Intermediate Accounting. (3 Cr) (m) 

Home Study also. 
Prerequisite: Acctg. 202, except where prerequisite 
for 301 is Acctg. 201. 

Intermediate course in accounting for general bus- 
iness students and for majors who need a broad foun- 
dation for specialized studies which they will take later. 

312. Cost Accounting. (3 Cr) (m) Home Study also. 
Prerequisite: Acctg. 301. 

An introduction to the principles and practices of 
cost accounting. 

342. An Introduction to Commercial Law. (3 Cr) (m) 

Home Study also. 
A survey of modem American business law as it 
applies to everyday business practices. 

356. Accounting Information Systems. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Acctg. 202, or 301; Comp. Sci. 230. 

Procedures and problems in system design and re- 
lated topics applied to the financial operations of the 
business with special emphasis on electronic computer 
systems. 

412. Advanced Cost Accounting. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Acctg. 312. 

Budgeting, standard costs, cost analysis, and capital 
budgeting. 

420. Federal Taxes. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Acctg. 202 or Acctg. 301. 
Basic federal tax l^islation and regulations. 

455. Data Processing Systems (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Acctg. 356. 

Principles governing design and installation of ac- 
counting systems and the selection of equipment for 
optimum performance in data processing cycles. 

465. Auditing Theory and Professional Ethics. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Acctg. 302 and 312. 

Principles and methods of public accounting, pro- 
fessional responsibility and conduct, and verification 
techniques of accounts, and financial statements. 

475. Current Problems in Accounting Theory. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Acctg. 302 and 312. 
Studies in current accounting theory. 

496. Accounting Internship. (1-3 Cr) 
Recommended: Acctg. 465. 

613. Seminar in Resource Allocation and Control. (3 Cr) 

The course is designed to integrate principles and 
concepts from supplementary academic areas and re- 
late them to problems of decision making and policy 
formulation in business. 



632. Quantitative Analysis in Business. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Acctg. 332. 

Application of Quantitative Analysis to administrative 
problems. 

687. Seminar in Accounting and Reporting Problems. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites; Acctg. 302, 420, 465, and 475. 
An in-depth study into the current accounting and 
reporting problems and their solutions. 

692. Research Seminar. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Approval of graduate advisory com- 
mittee. 

Seminar in current topics. Includes writing a re- 
search paper in proper form. 

693. Reading and Conference. (1-2 Or) 

Subject to be arranged with instructor. 

696. Accounting Internship. (1-3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Acctg. 302. Recommended: Acctg. 465. 
Practical on-the-job experience and training with 
industrial and public accounting firms. 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

Lowell D. Wood, Chairman, 475 WIDB 
Courses 

550. Water and Conservation Economics. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Agr. Econ. 110 or 112, 350; Econ. 302 
or Agr. Econ. 525. 

Emphasizes the role of economic analysis in the 
development and conservation of resources. 

595. Individual Readings. (1-3 Cr) 

597R. Individual Research. (1-3 Cr) 



AGRONOMY AND HORTICULTURE 

Rudger H. Walker, Chairman, 275 WIDB 

Agronomy 

Courses 

308. Soil and Water Conservation. (2 Cr) (m) 

Principles of soil and water conservation, erosion 
control, and land use for the maintenance of soil fert- 
ility and permanent agricultural production. 

457. Ecology of Weeds and Crops. (2 Cr) (m) 

Field study of important grasses, legumes, other 
agronomic crops, and weeds; adaptation to soil, mois- 
ture, light, and other environmental conditions; growth 
characteristics, utilization, and control. 

495R. Field Projects. (2-3 Cr) 

Supervised field research gmd practical field prob- 
lems. 

497R. Special Problems. (1-2 Cr) 

Seniors specializing in agronomy may elect research 
work from one to two hours during senior year. 

598R. Agronomy Conference and Reports. (1-2 Cr) 
Prerequisite: consent of instructor. 
Preparation and writing of reports on selected agon- 
omic subjects. 

697. Research. (Arr.) 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



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Horticulture 
Courses 

112. Floral Design. (2 Cr) ($) 

Principles and methods of arranging flowers and 
other plant materials for decorative use in the home 
and for exhibition. 

475. Maintenance of Parks and Recreation Areas. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Bot. 101 or Hort. 102 or 103. 

General maintenance of lawns, herbaceous and 
woody plants in a city is considered. (Recommended for 
those who minor in horticulture with emphasis in park 
planning and management.) Lab required. 



ANIMAL SCIENCE 

R. Phil Shumway, Chairman, 375 WIDE 
Courses 

207. Feeds and Feeding. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Algebra; Chem. 101; or equivalent. 
Principles of nutrition and their application to all 
types of livestock. 

225. Meat Identification and Preparation. (2 Cr) 

Home Study also. 

A study of inspection, grading, identification, selec- 
tion, processing, preparation, and nutritive aspects 
of meat and poultry. 

325. Meat and Meat Products. (3 Cr) (m) 

The marketing and care of meat from packer to 
consumer, including inspection, processing, selection 
and freezing. Field trips are required. 

691R. Special Topics in Animal and Meat Science. (1-2 Cr) 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



ANTHROPOLOGY AND ARCHAEOLOGY 

Merlin G. Myers, Chairman, 150 MSRB 
Courses 

102. Introduction to Archaeology: New World. (3 Cr) (G- 

SS) 

Prerequisite: Arch. 101 

A survey of the known antiquities and archaeological 
history of the New World, especially its ancient civili- 
zations; and the general methods and main problems 
of archaeology. 

310. Historic Near-Eastern and Biblical Archaeology. (3 Cr) 

(G-SS) 

The antiquities of the Near East (Egypt and western 
Asia), and the ancient history and civilizations of that 
area in the light of modern archaeological findings. 

455R. Field School of Archaeology. (4 Cr for one term 
and 8 Cr for both terms.) ($) 

Attendance at field school located in Montezuma 
Canyon, southeastern Utah. Training in excavation and 
survey techniques and in laboratory procedure. 



ART 

Floyd E. Breinholt, Chairman, C-502B HFAC 

Courses 

110. Design in Everyday Life. (2 Cr) (G-HA) 

Home Study also. 
A study of good taste and sensitivity to design in 
contemporary life. (Not for art majors.) 

120. Basic Design. (3 Cr) Home Study also. 

Foundation course in theory and application of de- 
sign. 



121. Basic Drawing. (3 Cr) Home Study also. 

Prerequisite: Art 120 (may be taken concurrently). 

The principles of art as applied to drawing. Work 
in perspective, representation, and individual inter- 
pretation and expression. 

122. Basic Figure Drawing. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121. 

Drawing from the model. Experience with the ele- 
ments of graphic expression. 

212. Contemporary Industrial Design. (2 Cr) 

Survey of industrial design and its contribution to 
the modem environment. Classroom problems will 
stimulate awareness of aesthetic and functional stand- 
ards required of all products. 

226. Art for Elementary Teachers. (3 Cr) Home Study also. 

Role of art in public schools; basic art education 
theory, including levels of artistic growth, classroom 
activities and aesthetic experiences for teacher growth. 

227. Design in Oil Painting. (2Cr) 

Oil colors as a design medium. Emphasis on ex- 
pressive use of oil paints. 

233. Design in Watercolor Painting. (2 Cr) 

Survey and application of various techniques of 
watercolor painting. 

250. Design in Printmaking. (2 Cr) 

Introduction to fine printmaking as a medium of 
design, including the relief, intaglio, planographic, and 
stencil processes. 

256. Design in Sculpture. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122. 

Introduction to the basic problems in three-dimen- 
sional design. Emphasis on the processes of clay con- 
struction in relationship to the human head and figure. 

259. Design in Ceramics. (2 Cr) 

Familiarization with pottery materials and methods, 
emphasizing a design approach. The production of 
functional and expressive fired clay objects. 

263. Design in Crafts. (2 Cr) 

Creative design in metal, wood, leather, mosaic, tex- 
tile and other media. 

310. Advanced Design. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122, 227, 233, 239, 
250, 256, 259, 263. 

Emphasis on art structure as essential to self-expres- 
sion. Study of significant examples from art history. 

321. Interpretive Drawing. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122. 

Drawing as a graphic form of self-expression. Em- 
phasis on the personal statement in response to var- 
ious experiences and motifs. Examples from history 
included. 

322. Advanced Figure Drawing. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122. 

Advanced work in drawing the human figure with 
emphasis on structure and individuality of expression. 

324. Arts and Crafts for Elementary Teachers. (2 Cr) 

Simple weaving, puppetry, papier-mache, clay model- 
ing, and other activities suitable for children. 

326. Art for Elementary Teachers. (5 Cr) 

Role of art in public schools; basic art education 
theory, including levels of artistic growth, classroom 
activities, and aesthetic experiences for teacher 
growth; studio experiences in arts and crafts. 

327. Landscape and Still Life Painting. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122, 227. 

Oil painting from landscapes and still life objects 
with emphasis on developing the individual expressive 
capacity of the student. 

333. Watercolor Painting. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 121, 122, 233. 

Development of basic skills in watercolor painting 
from landscape and still life objects. Experience in 
the use of transparent water colors emphasized. 



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350. Printmaking Workshop. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122, 250. 

Relief and intaglio fine printmaking based on tra- 
ditional and contemporary concepts, materials, and 
procedures. 

356. Sculpture. (2 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122, 256. 

Intensified study in large dimension of the human 
figure. Emphasis on clay modeling, armature build- 
ing, and plaster casting of clay models. 

359. Ceramics. (2 Cr) 

Basic methods of creating functional and expressive 
objects from clay. Forming processes from construct- 
ing and throwing through decorating and glazing to 
the final fired product. 

366. Metal Crafts and Jewelry Design. (2 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122, 263 (nonart majors, 
263 only). 

Creative design of copper, silver, aluminum, and 
other media used in etching, enameling, forming and 
modeling, soldering, silver casting, lapidary, etc. 

410R. Design Studio. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 310. 

Advanced design problems in various media. 



427R. Oil Painting Studio. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 327. 
Advanced work in painting, 
credit.) 



(May be repeated for 



433R. Watercolor Studio. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 333. 

Advanced work in watercolor theory and practice. 
Opportunities for projects in various aqueous media. 
(May be repeated for credit.) 

450R. Printmaking Studio. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 350 or 352. 

Advanced specialization in significant sculptural 
form. Specialized investigations into media, deeper 
reading, and the development of a preprofessional 
style are expected. 




4oSR. Sculpture Studio: Carving. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 356. 

Methods of creating expressive sculptural forms, 
with emphasis on direct process of carving. 

459R. Ceramics Studio. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 359. 

Studio experiences for advanced ceramics students. 
Emphasis on experimental and exploratory research 
concerned with clay bodies and glazes from local re- 
sources. Development of more personally expressive 
methods of producing pottery forms. 

463R. Crafts Studio. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 263. 

Advanced exploratory problems in design involving 
craft materials of various kinds. 

476R. Portrait and Figure Painting. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Art 120, 121, 122, 227. 
Oil painting from the model with emphasis on de- 
sign and the development of an expressive style. 

621. Advanced Drawing and Painting. (2 Cr) 

622R. Advanced Figure Drawing. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 621. 

624. Advanced Landscape Painting. (2 Cr) 

625. Advanced Still Life Painting. (2 Cr) 

626R. Advanced Painting. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 621 or 624 or 625 or 674 or 676. 

650. Advanced Relief and Intaglio Printmaking. (2 Cr) 
652. Serigraphy and Color Lithography. (2 Cr) 

653R. Advanced Printmaking. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 650. 

656. Advanced Sculpture. (2 Cr) 
664. Advanced Ceramics. (2 Cr) 

665R. Advanced Ceramics. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 664. 

666. Advanced Metal and Jewelry Design. (2 Cr) 

667R. Advanced Crafts. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Art 666. 

669. Advanced Arts and Crafts for Elementary Teachers. 

(2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. 



674. Advanced Portrait Painting. (2 Cr) 

676R. Advanced Portrait and Figure Painting. 

Prerequisite: Art 674. 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



(4 Cr) 



ASIAN STUDIES 

R. Lanier Britsch, Chairman, 119 FOB 
Courses 

502. Intensive Inrtoduction to Asian Studies for Teachers. 

(3 Cr) 

Readings, lectures, and individual study designed to 
assist public school teachers to integrate Asian studies 
into the curriculum of social studies, world history, 
and geography. Since 1600 A.D. 

Chinese 
n 101, 102. First-Year Chinese. (4 Cr) (m) 

Designed for those who have had no Chinese. Pro- 
nunciation, fundamentals of grammar. Chinese char- 
acters recognition (101) and writing (102). Special 
emphasis on conversation and building of a substantial 
vocabulary. 



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History 
D 302. Near-Eastern History. (3 Cr) (G-SS m) 

Survey of the development of Near-Eastern or Is- 
lamic civilization, with emphasis on the period of the 
Caliphate and the Ottoman Empire. 

339. The Middle East: 11, The Modern Period. (3 Cr) (m) 

The Middle East from Ottoman hehemon in the 
Balkans to the rise of natural in the mid-twentieth 
century. 



344. 



345. 



Modern China. (3 Cr) (G-SS m) Home Study also. 
Emphasis on the development of China in 
twentieth centiiry, including the fall of the Manchu 
Dynasty and the rise of the Chinese Communists. 



the 



347. 



648. 



Formative Period of Japanese Civilization. (3 Cr) (G- 

SS m) 

Development of Japan to 1868, with emphasis on 
the impact of the West upon political, social, economic, 
and cultural developments. 

India. (3 Cr) (G-SS m) 

Survey of the history of India, including the effects 
of Hinduism and Islam on the political, economic, and 
cultural development. 

Culture of Asia. (2 Cr) 

Readings in depth and discussion of problems in 
Asian culture. 



Japanese 
D 101, 102. First-Year Japanese. (4 Cr) (m) 

Constant study of the writing systems. Fundamentals 
of grammar and the building of a substantial vocabu- 
lary. Easy conversation and composition throughout. 

Political Science 

n 558. Modernization and Political Change in Asia. (3 Cr) 

(G-SS m) 

Recommended: Pol. Sci. 150 and/or 359. 

Analysis of selected political systems of Asia (ex- 
cluding China and Japan), utilizing developmental 
and comparative methodology. 

Religious Instruction 

D 453A. Mormonism and the World's Religion. (2 Cr) 

(G-R) 

A survey of the non-Christian religions of the 
world, including comparisons with Mormon doctrine. 

555. Comparative World Religions. (2 Cr) 



BIOLOGICAL AND AGRICULTURAL 
EDUCATION 

A. Lester Allen, Coordinator, 301 WIDE 
Courses 

377. Secondary Teaching Procedures in Biology. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Ed. 301. 

For course description see Ed. 377. Required of bio- 
logy teachers. 



BOTANY AND RANGE SCIENCE 

Dayna L. Stocks, Chairman, 499 WIDE 

Courses (Botany) 

101. Plant Biology. (3 Cr) (G-BS m) 

The study of life, using plants to illustrate the pro- 
cesses and structure of living organisms. 

105. Plant Kingdom. (3 Cr) (G-BS m) 

A survey of the plant kingdom, including the mor- 
phology of representative species. 



110. Plant Classification. (3 Cr) (G-BS m) 

Home Study also. 
General principles of taxonomy and use of manuals 
with emphasis on classification of temperate flora. 

205. Field Botany. (2 Cr) (G-BS m) 

A study of the common trees and shrubs and their 
uses. 

225. General Cytology. (3 Cr) (G-©S m) 

The organization and function of cells. 

276. Heredity. (3 Cr) (G-BS m) Home Study also. 

Prerequisite: Bot. 101 or .105 or Zool. 105 or equi- 
valent. 

Principles of inheritance for nonscience majors. Equi- 
valent to Zool. 276. Cannot be taken for credit by 
students who have taken Zool. 276 or 376, or Eot. 376. 

376. G^eneral Genetics. (3 Cr) (G-BS m) 

Prerequisite: Introductory course in college biology 
and one-year course in college chemistry. 

450. Plant Ecology. (3 Cr) (G--BS m) 

Prerequisite: Bot. 101 or Zool. 105 or equivalent and 
Bot. 110. 

Relation of plants to their environment, their adap- 
tations to factors of soil and climate, their influences 
on each other, and their relationships to other or- 
ganisms. 

455. Field Ecology. (2 Cr.) (m) (G-BSm) 
Prerequisite: consent of instructor. 
Ecological field work in forests and rangelands. 

460. Conservation of Natural Resources. (2 Cr) (G-BS m) 

Home Study also. 
Need for and means of providing conservation of 
renewable natural resources. 

498R. Special Problems. (1-3 Cr) 

539. Paleobotany. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Bot. 101 or 105, and Geol. 103. 

698R. Special Problems. (1-3 Cr) 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 

799. Doctoral Dissertation. (Arr.) 

Courses (Range Science) 

498R. Special Problems. (1-3 Cr) 

Management of ranch resources. 

698R. Special Problems. (1-3 Cr) 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



BUSINESS EDUCATION 

G. Edward Nelson, Chairman, 351 JKB 
Courses 

101. Beginning Typewriting. (2 Cr) 

Mastery of the keyboard and development of basic 
skills. Students with high school credit in typewriting 
should not register for this course. 

111. Elementary Shorthand. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. 101 or equivalent. 

Fundamentals of shorthand theory with emphasis on 
fluency in reading and writing shorthand. Not recom- 
mended for students with previous courses in Gregg 
shorthand. 

112. Intermediate Shorthand. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. Ill or equivalent. 

Development of accelerated shorthand writing and 
transcription combined with Gregg shorthand theory 
reinforcement. Enrolling students should be able to 
take dictation at a minimum of 60 words per minute 
and typewrite at 50 words per minute. 



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113. Advanced Shorthand. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. 112 or equivalent. 

Emphasis on accelerated shorthand writing and 
rapid transcription of letters. Enrolling students 
should be able to take dictation at a minimum of 80 
words per minute and typewrite at 50 words per 
minute. 

203. Speedbuilding in Production Typewriting. (2 Cr) (m) 

Home Study also. 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. 101 or equivalent. 

Intensive drills with emphasis on production of 
speed and control in the production of manuscripts, 
outlines, minutes, tabulations, letter writing, rough 
drafts, and legal instruments. 



204. 



(2 



310. 



811. 



S20. 



Advanced Production Techniques in Typewriting, 

Cr) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. 203 or equivalent. 

Application of advanced production techniques to 
practical business problems including statistical re- 
ports, office projects, editing, and composition. 

Philosophy of Vocational Business Education. (2 Cr) 

Development of a modem philosophy of vocational 
education, with emphasis on the importemce of co- 
operative distributive education in a free-enterprise 
system. 

Transcription. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Bus. Ed. 220 and 113 or equivalent. 

Emphasis on accurate and rapid shorthand trans- 
cription utilizing a variety of written communication 
skills. A minimum speed of 100 words per minute is 
required for entrance. 

Report and Business Writing. (3 Cr) (mi) 

Experience in the organization and preparation of 
business reports with emphasis on the refinement of 
language skills and the techniques of collecting, ana- 
lyzing, interpreting, and presenting information use- 
ful to management. 

Records Control and Office Machines. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. 203. 

Mastery of the fundamentals and principles of rec- 
ords management, duplicating and office machines, 
and machine trsuiscription. 



377C,F. Secondary Teaching Procedures. (1 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Ed. 301; Acct^. 201, 202; Econ. 101 or 
111. 

C — Economics and General Business; F — Typewriting. 

489. Senior Seminar for Business Teacher Majors. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Ed. 479. 

An analysis of the business teacher's role and res- 
ponsibilities in the secondary school. 



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605. Introduction to Research in Business Education. 

(3 Cr) 

G15. Methods of Instruction in Business Education; Type- 
writing and Shorthand. (3 Cr) 

An Einalysis of classroom methods, psychology of 
learning, and findings of research pertaining to im- 
provement of instruction in typewriting, shorthand, 
and related subjects. 

630. Current Developments Influencing the Curriculum and 
Content of Business Education. (2 Cr) 

A study of recent technological developments, such 
as automation in business, and an analysis of the 
content, materials, and procedures of business edu- 
cation. 

635. Analysis of Recent Research in Business Education. 

(3 Cr) 

Review and analysis of recent research in business 
education, and evaluation of its implications for im- 
proved classroom instruction. 

655. Cooperative Business Education. (2 Cr) 

A study of the philosophy and objectives of coopera- 
tive office and cooperative distributive education pro- 
grams in business education, with emphasis on their 
organization, coordination, and evaluation. 

690A. Seminar in Business Eklucation. (1 Cr) 

Methods in data processing — June 21-25. 

690B. Seminar in Business Education. (1 Cr) 

Distributive education — August 9-13. 

690C. Seminar in Business Education. (1 Cr^^ 

Shorthand and transcription — July 19-23. 

694. Independent Readings. (1-2 Cr) 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 

Ivan T. Call, Chairman, 395 JKB 
Courses 

301. Financial Management. (3 Cr) (m) Home Study also. 

Prerequisites: College of Business fundamentals 
courses. 

Introduction to the elements of financial manage- 
ment from the viewpoint of the business manager, 
emphasizing profitability, liquidity, and long-range 
financial planning. (Formerly 348.) 

321. Organizational Behavior and Administration. 

(3 Cr) (m) 

Analysis of case studies and research findings to 

develop the skills necessary to understand and take 

action on human problems in business orgemizations. 

341. Marketing Management. (3 Cr) (m) Home Study also. 

Prerequisites: College of Business fundamentals 
courses. 

Analysis of problems in marketing management, 
with particular emphasis on understanding and use of 
basic concepts and tools of analysis for marketing 
decision making. (Formerly 347.) 

361. Operations Management. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: CJollege of Business fundamentals 
courses. 

Scientific management and management science, for 
application to decision making and managing. (Form- 
erly 340.) 

401. Advanced Financial Management. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Bus. Mgt. 301; Econ. 301 or 302. Re- 
commended: Bus. Mgt. 410. 

Capital Budgeting, cost of capital, mergers and ac- 
quisitions, and current financial problems. (Formerly 
552.) 



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410. Investments. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Bus. Mgt. 301; Econ. 301 or 302, or 
consent of instructor. 

Security market, portfolio management, taxes, estate 
planning, and security analysis. (Formerly 451.) 

421. Advanced Organizational Behavior and Administration. 

(3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Bus. Mgt. 321. 

This course examines work groups in business situa- 
tions. Cases and a report on a work group are used to 
develop administrative skills in applying general prin- 
ciples. (Formerly 521.) 

499. Business Policy. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Bus Mgt. 301, 321, 341, 361. 

Cases involving determination of long-range ob- 
jectives in the business firm, and the development of 
sound and consistent policies for achieving these ob- 
jectives. (Formerly 489.) 



CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

L. Douglas Smoot, Chairman, 176 ELB 

Courses 

499. Undergraduate Thesis. (1-3 Cr) 

An undergraduate thesis is required of all students 
graduating from the department. 

688. Special Problems. (Arr.) 

Investigation of problems of special interest in the 
field of chemical engineering. 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 

799. Dissertation for Doctoral Students. (Arr.) 



CHEMISTRY 

K. LeRoi Nelson, Chairman, 225 ESC 
Courses 

100. Elementary College Chemistry. (3 Cr) (G-PS) 

Home Study also. 
An introduction to the structure of matter and the 
chemical consequences of that structure. For non- 
science majors in partial fulfillment of the general 
education requirement for graduation and for science 
majors who require additional background in order to 
register for Chem. 105. 

102. Introductory Chemistry. (5 Cr) 

General principles of inorganic and organic chemistry 
for students outside the physical sciences whose disci- 
pline requires a supporting background in chemistry. 

103. Introductory Chemistry Laboratory. (1 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Chemistry 102 or equivalent or concur- 
rent registration in Chem. 102. 

105. General College Chemistry. (4 Cr) (G-PS m) 

Prerequisites: completion of or concurrent registra- 
tion in Math. 105 or 111 or its equivalent. High school 
chemistry or physics is recommended. 

A standard one-year sequence of courses in the 
principles of chemistry for students of the physical 
and biological sciences, engineering, and the prepro- 
fessional medical prc^rams. 

106. General College Chemistry. (4 Cr) (G-PS m) 

Prerequisite: Chem. 105. 

151. Introductory Organic Chemistry. (5 O) (G-PS m) 
Prerequisite: Chem. 101 or equivalent. 
General principles of organic chemistry for students 
outside the physical sciences whose discipline requires 
a supporting background in chemistry. 

223. Quantitative and Qualitative Analysb. (5 Cr) (m) 
Prerequisite: Chem. 106 or consent of instructor. 
A course emphasizing the principles of chemical 



equilibrium, quantitative chemical measurements, and 
qualitative detection of selected chemical elements. 

351. Organic Chemistry. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Chem. 106 or 113. 

352. Organic Chemistry. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Chem. 351. 

353. Organic Chemistry Laboratory. (1-2 Cr) $ 

Prerequisite: Chem. 351 
For nonchemistry majors. 

384. Introductory Physiological Chemistry. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Chem. 151 or 351. 

385. Physiological Chemistry Laboratory. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: concurrent registration in Chem. 384. 

462. Physical Chemistry. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: Chem. 112 or 223, Physics 213 or 221; 
Math 113 and conciu-rent registration or completion 
of Math 214; Chem. 464 must be taken concurrently 
with Chem. 462. 

464. Physical Chemistry Laboratory. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: concurrent registration in Chem. 462. 

598. Special Problems. (Arr.) 

Registration by permission. 

600. Directed Teaching in Chemistry. (1 Cr) 
697R. Master's Candidate Research. (Arr.) 
699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (Arr.) 
797R. Doctoral Candidate Research. (Arr.) 
799. Dissertation for the Ph.D. Degree. (Arr.) 




CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY 
RELATIONSHIPS 

J. Joel Moss, Chairman, 1239 SFLC 

Courses 

210. Child Development. (3 Cr) (G-SS m) 

Home Study also. 

Consideration of the growth and development of 

the child and his relationships with his family, peers, 

and teachers from infancy through adolescence. One 

hour observation per week as part of preparation. 



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261. The Latter-day Saint Family. (2 Cr) 

Home Study also. 
Place of the family in LDS doctrine and philos- 
ophy, together with application of basic religious 
principles to marriage and family relationships. A 
comparison of LDS and non-LDS families in time and 
space. 

312. Principles of Child Guidance. (2 Cr) (m) Home Study 

also. 
Prerequisite: CDFR 210. 

Application of knowledge and understanding of 
child behavior and psychodynamics of family inter- 
action to guidance of children. Behavior and guidance 
principles are studied directly in the human develop- 
ment laboratories. Helpful to parents and prospec- 
tive parents. 

322. Creative Experiences with Children. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: CDFR 210; application one semester 
in advance required. 

Designed to promote increased self-understanding, 
develop skills in working with children, and gain ex- 
perience in the use of creative play materials through 
participation in the human development laboratories. 

323. Organization and Planning for Preschool Programs. 

(3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: CDFR 210; application required se- 
mester in advance. 

Consideration of factors involved in the develop- 
ment of preschool programs. Study of essential pro- 
cedures in preschool planning including housing, cur- 
riculum, equipment, guidance, health protection, and 
food service. Field trip. 

360. Achieving Success in Marriage. (3 Cr) (G-SS m) 

Home Study also. 
Consideration of maturity, love, compatibility, con- 
flict, specific areas of adjustment in marriage, parent- 
child relationships, and effective management of fam- 
ily resources. 

361. Family Relationships. (3 Cr) (G-SS m) 

Consideration of the developmental tasks of individ- 
ual family members through the various stages of the 
family life cycle and the influence of the family on its 
members in developing values, goals, attitudes, and 
patterns of behavior. 

410. Advanced Child Development. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 210, 361; Psych. Ill or Sociol. 
111. 

Physiological, intellectual, social and emotional de- 
velopment of the preschool and school age child. Two 
hours observation and discussion of preschool and 
school age children required each week. 

422. Methods and Teaching Experiences in the Human De- 
velopment Laboratory. (4 Cr) 

Application required one semester in advance. 
Experience in teaching and supervising a group of 
nursery school children. Students arrange with in- 
structor to spend twelve hours a week in the nursery 
school laboratories. 

445. Modifying Family Behavior: Principles and Practices. 

(3 Cr) 
Prerequisites: CDFR 210, 361 or consent of instruc- 
tor. 

Principles and practices in altering disturbing be- 
havior patterns of children within the framework. Ob- 
servations of family counseling provided. 

460. Marriage and Family Interaction. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: 12 hours in CDFR, psychology, and 
sociology (including CDFR 360). 

An advanced appraisal of courtship, marriage rela- 
tionships, and family interaction. A professional 
course designed primarily for majors in CDFR and 
related fields. 

492. Seminar in Theory and Concepts. (2 Cr) 

Evaluation and integration of basic theories and 
concepts in CDFR. 



510. Physical and Intellectual Development of Children. (2 

Cr) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 410, 611. 

A systematic survey of current theories and research 
on physical and intellectual development from con- 
ception through adolescence. 

511. Emotional and Social Development of Children. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 410, 611. 

A systematic survey of current theories and research 
on emotional and social development from conception 
through adolescence. 

540. Introduction to Marriage and Family Counseling. (3 Cr) 

Recommended: CDFR 461. 

Prerequisite: CDFR 460. 

Theories and techniques used in marriage and fam- 
ily counseling. Consideration of individual and group 
counseling as it pertains to the family. 

570. Community and Professional Responsibilities to Child- 
ren and Families. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 410 or 460. 

Acquaintance with resources of the community as 
they relate to the welfare of children and families. A 
consideration of the responsibilities of professional 
persons working with children and families. 

590. Readings in Child Development and Family Relation- 
ships. (1-2 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: consent of instructor and CDFR 410 
or 460. 

Discussions and reports of current readings in this 
field. Open to students who have completed fifteen 
hours of course in child development and family re- 
lationships. 

595. Special Topics in Child Development and Family Re- 
lationships. (1-2 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisites: consent of instructor and CDFR 410 
or 460. 

Individual study for qualified students majoring in 
child development and family relationships upon con- 
sultation with the instructor and the chairman of 
the department. 

597R. Research Problems and Methods in Child Develop- 
ment. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 410, 611. 

Analysis of strategic research areas in child develop- 
ment, and research methods pertinent to their explora- 
tion. Student will formulate a research project. 

611. Current Concepts and Research in Child Development. 

(2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: CDFR 410. 

An intensive investigation of theoretical frameworks, 
models, and concepts of dominant contemporary 
theorists in child development. 

650A. Practicum in Family Counseling. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: consent of instructor and CDFR 540, 
580. 

Development of skills in family counseling tech- 
niques. Experience in the organization and adminis- 
tration of family counseling centers. 

662. DjTiamics of Marital Interaction. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: CDFR 460. 

Systematic study of the research and theory of 
man-woman relationships in marriage. 

664. Current Concepts and Research in Family Relation- 
ships. (2 Cr) 

665 A,B. Practicum in Marriage Counseling. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 540; consent of instructor. 

Supervised experience and sensitivity training in 
counseling of (a) marital dyads, and (b) groups of 
marital dyads. 

697R. Independent Research. (1-3 Cr) 
699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 

740. Advanced Theories of Marriage and Family Counseling. 

(3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: CDFR 540. 



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750. Advanced Practicum in Faimly Counseling. (4 Cr) 

Prerequisites: consent of instructor, and CDFR 650, 
740. 

Independent counseling experiences within the scope 
and purpose of family counseling centers. The stu- 
dent serves as a senior counselor. 

794. Special Topics in Child Development. (1-2 Cr) 

795. Special Topics in Family Relationships. (1-2 Cr) 
799. Dissertation for the Ph.D. Degree. (Arr.) 



CIVIL ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

D. Allen Firmage, Chairman, 107 FELB 
Courses 

201. Engineering Mechanics-Statics. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisites: Physics 122 or equivalent. Math 113. 

Introductory concepts of mechanics: force systems 
in equilibrum, resultants, friction, centroids, moments 
of inertia, virtual work. 

303. EIngineering Mechanics — ^Mechanics of Material. (3 Cr) 

Home Study also. 
Prerequisite: C.E. 201. 

Fundamental concepts in terms of elastic stress and 
strain relations; cylinders and spheres under pres- 
sure; problems of torsional load; beam theory includ- 
ing bending stresses, complex stress, calculation of de- 
flection and continuity aspects, two-dimensional elas- 
tic theory. 

501. Advanced Mechanics of Materials I. (3 Cr) (Interde- 
partmental) 

Prerequisite: C.E. 303. 

Introduction to theories of elasticity, plasticity, and 
strain energy methods; stresses and strains in beams, 
curved members, rotating discs, thick cylinders, tor- 
sion, and structural members. 

620. Advanced Structures — ^Theory and Design. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: C.E. 422, 423, 424. 

Advanced topics in structural theory and design; 
arches, continuous structures on elastic supports, 
plastic design theory, articulated space structiu-es. 

623. Advanced Concrete. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: CE. 422 and 424. 

Basic theory of prestressed concrete, pre- and post- 
tensioning methods, details of design and fabrication, 
applications to continuous structures. Yield line 
theory for reinforced concrete slabs. Design of folded 
plate structures. 

652. Design of Water Treatment Works. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisites: C.E. 451; Chem. 223; Micro. 381; or 
equivalent. 

Theory and practice of water purification and treat- 
ment for culinary, municipal, and industrial uses. 

661. Traffic Engineering — Theory of Flow and Geometric 
Design. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: C.E. 461 or equivalent. 

Analysis of the basic characteristics of motor-veh- 
icle traffic. The theory of traffic flow. Freeway opera- 
tions and traffic regulations. Design of highways and 
parking facilities, including freeways and expressways, 
arterials, at-grade intersections, interchanges, channel- 
ization, parking lots, and garages. 

698. Engineering Projects. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: registration in M.E. progrom. 

Investigation, study, and presentation of a technical 
engineering report in an area of civil engineering. 
The project must be approved by the graduate com- 
mittee. 

699. Thesis for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



799. Dissertation for Doctoral Students. (Arr.) 



CLASSICAL AND ASIAN LANGUAGES 

J. Reuben Clark m, Chairman, 329 McK 
Courses 

Chinese 

101, 102. First- Year Chinese. (4 Cr) (m) 

Designed for those who have had no CJhinese. Pro- 
nunciation, fundamentsds of grammar. Chinese char- 
acters recognition (101) and writing (102). Special 
emphasis on conversation and building of a substantial 
vocabulary. 

495. Senior Seminars for Majors. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: at least 6 hours of Chinese literature. 



Classical Civilization 

341. Greek and Roman Mythology. (2 Cr) (G-HA) 

Study of the Greek and Roman gods, goddesses, 

and myths. 

342. Oriental Mythology. (2 Cr) (G-HA m) 

Discussions of the myths, legends, sind folkloric 
traditions in Oriental cultures. 



Greek 
101, 102. Elementary Greek. (4 Cr) (m) 

321. Third- Year Granmiar and Composition. (3 Cr) (m) 

Prerequisite: Greek 301 or equivalent. 
Exercises in the composition of easy Greek prose 
correlated with readings in the Attic Orators. 



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Hebrew 



101, 102. First- Year Hebrew. (4 Cr) (m) 

A beginning course in modern Hebrew as spoken in 
Israel today. 

Japanese 

101, 102. First-Year Japanese. (4 Cr) (m) 

Constant study of the writing systems. Fundamen- 
tals of grammar and the building of a substantial 
vocabulary. Easy conversation and composition 
throughout. 

Latin 

315. Prelegal Latin. (2 Cr) 

Prerequisite: consent of instructor. 
Recommended for prelegal students. 

317. Latin for Archivists and Genealogical Researchers. 

(3 Cr) 
Fundamentals of Latin needed by archivists and 
those engaged in genealogical research. 

692R. Seminar in Philology. (2 Cr) 
694R. Seminar in Literature. (2 Cr) 
699. Thesb for Master's Degree. (6-9 Cr) 



Syriac 

781. Elementary Syriac. (5 Cr) 

Prerequisite: two years of biblical Hebrew or one 
year of Aramaic. 

782. Elementary Syriac. (3 Cr) 

Prerequisite: Syriac 781. 



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WILLIAMS CF 

FARNSWRTH30 

WALKER R H 

WALKER R H 
STAFF 
STAFF 



GARDNER K W 

ORME L E 

ORME L E 

ORME L E 

ORME L E 
GARDNER R W 



JAKEMAN M W 
JAKEMAN M W 



MATHENY R T 
MAfHENY R T 
MATHENY R T 



TAKASAKI F 
MARSHALL R 



A253 MARB 



230 UlOB 
230 WIDE 



A36a MARd 

325 WIDB 

ANSL 

A^<SL 



166 HG3 
166 HGB 



A560 HFAC 
A470 HFAC 



* SPECIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED BEFORE CLASS CARDS MAY BE OBTAINED, A-TEACHER, B-OEPART^ENT CHAIRMAN, 

C-TEACHER CERTIFICATION OFFICES 
EVE AN EXTRA FEE OF $3.00 PER CREDIT HOLR IS REQUIRED FOR ALL EVENING CLASSES WITH SECTION NUMBERS 90 OR ABOVE. 
$ SPECIAL FEE REQUIRED ON THESE CLASSES. 
= CLASSES FILLING GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. B-BIOLOC-ICAL SCIENCE, H-hUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS, P-PHYSICAL SCIENCE, 

R-RELIGION, S-SOCIAL SCIENCE, L-LAiMGUAGE, M-MATHEMAT ICS-STATI ST ICS-LOG IC-SC lENCE. 





CATALOG 










OA>S 


CREDIT 






RGQi- 


1 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC 


* $ 


S 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HOURS 


COURSE DESCRIPTION 


TEACHER I 


^JUMBER 


BLDG. 


AKT 


121 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


BASIC DRAWING 
3 50 TO 7 00 PM 


TAKASAKI F 


B531 


HF4C 




122 


1 






S 


DAILY 


3.0 


BASIC FIGURE ORArt 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 




212 


1 






s 


TEA 


2.0 


CNTECP INOUST DSGiN 


STOUT W 








ZZb 


1 








DAILY 


3.0 


ART FOR ELEM TCHkS 
H 10 10 12 10 PM 


ALLEN 


A460 


HFAC 














M V» F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


ALLEN 


A 54 


HFAC 




226 


90 


EVE 






M V. TH 


3.0 


ART FOR ELEM TCHRS 
4 00 TO b 40 PM 


ALLEN 


A440 


HFAC 




in 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


DESIGN-OIL PAINTNG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


MAGLEBY F 


A540 


HFAC 




227 


2 








DAILY 


2.0 


DESIGN-OIL PAINTNG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


QPFINHOLT F 


A540 


HFAC 




233 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


OESIGN-WATERCOLOR 
11 10 TO 1 20 PM 


MARSHALL R 


B541 


HFAC 




250 


1 








r* k. F 


2.0 


CESIGN-PRINTMAKING 
8 50 TO II 00 AM 


WEAVER M 


8541 


HFAC 














T IH 




8 50 TC 9 50 AM 


WEAVER M 


3541 


HFAC 




256 


1 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


DFSIGN-SCULPTURE 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


ANDERSON D 


d2l5 


HFAC 




259 


1 








M k. F 


2.0 


CESIGN-CbKAMlCS 
1 30 TC 3 40 PM 


WEAVER M 


B451 


HFAC 




263 


90 


EVE 






fWTHF 


2.0 


CtSIGN-CRAFTS 
5 00 TU 7 40 PM 


WEAVER 


B431 


HFAC 




310 


1 








M h F 


2.0 


ADVANCED DESIGN 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


DARAIS A B 


A470 


HFAC 














T TH 




11 00 TU 12 00 N 


DARAIS A B 


A4 7 


HFAC 




322 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


ADV FIGURE DRAKINb 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


MAGLEBY F R 


8561 


HFAC 














M V F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


MAGLEBY F R 


B561 


HFAC 




324 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


ART CRAFT EL TCHRS 
I 30 TO 3 40 PM 


ALDER L C 


A440 


HFAC 














M ^ F 




10 00 ro 1 30 PM 


TIPPETTS FM 


A460 


HFAC 




326 


2 








DAILY 


5.0 


ART FUR ELEM TCHRS 
12 20 TO 3 40 PM 


ALLEN M F 


A440 


HFAC 




326 


90 


EVE 






DAILY 


5.0 


ART FOP ELEM TCHKS 
4 00 TO 8 10 PM 


ALDER 


A440 


HFAC 




326 


91 


EVE 






DAILY 


5.0 


ART FOR ELEM TCHRS 
4 00 TO 8 10 PM 


WILSON 


A46C 


HFAC 




327 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


LNDSCP STILL LF PT 
2 40 TO 4 50 PM 


DARAIS A B 


A540 


HFAC 




333 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


WATERCCLOR PAINTNG 
11 10 TO 1 20 PM 


MARSHALL R 


B541 


HFAC 




350 


1 








M V. F 


2.0 


PRINTMAKING WRKSHP 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


wEAVEK M D 


D54 1 


HFAC 














T TH 




8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


WEAVER M U 


B541 


HFAC 




356 


90 


EVE 






MWIHF 


2.0 


SCULPTURE 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


ANDERSON 


B215 


HFAC 




359 


1 








T TH 


2.0 


CERAMICS 
1 30 TU 3 40 PM 


WEAVER M D 


B451 


HFAC 




366 


90 


EVE 






KWIHF 


2.0 


MTL CRFT JEWL DSGN 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


wEAVEK 


B431 


HFAC 




410 R 


1 








DAILY 


3.0 


DESIGN STUDIO 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


DARAIS A 8 


A47C 


HFAC 














M ^ F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


OARAIS A 8 


A47C 


HFAC 




427 R 


1 








DAILY 


3.0 


OIL PAINT STUDIO 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


BREINHLT F 


A540 


HFAC 




433 R 


1 








DAILY 


3.0 


k«ATERCOLOR STUDIO 
U 10 TO I 20 PM 


MARSHALL R 


B541 


HFAC 




450 R 


1 








M V. F 


3.0 


PPINTMAMNG STUDIO 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


WEAVER M 


B541 


HFAC 














T TH 




8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


WEAVER M D 


B541 


HFAC 




456 R 


90 


EVE 






VWIHF 


3.0 


SCULP STUDIG-CARVE 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


ANDERSON 


8215 


HFAC 




459 R 


I 








T IH 


3.0 


CERAMICS STUCIC 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


WEAVER M D 


B451 


HFAC 




463 R 


90 


EVE 




F 


MwTHF 


3.0 


CRAFTS STUDIO 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


WEAVER 


B431 


HFAC 




476 R 


1 






S 


DAILY 


3.0 


PCRT C F IG PAINTNG 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A53C 


HFAC 














M V> F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 


- 


621 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


ADV DRAWING L PTG 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 












s 


M k> F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A53C 


HFAC 




622 R 


I 






s 


DAILY 


4.0 


ADV FIGURE DRAWING 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 












s 


M W F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 




624 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ADV LNDSCP PAINTNG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


MAGLEBY F R 


A540 


HFAC 




625 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ADV STILL LIFE PTG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


MAGLEBY F 


A540 


HFAC 




626 R 


1 






F 


DAILY 


4.0 


ACV PAINTING 
7 40 10 9 50 AM 


MAGLEBY F R 


A540 


HFAC 





CATALOG 








DAYS 


CREDIT 






Rccm 


DEPAPTMENT 


NUMBER 


SfcC 


* $ 


= 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HCURS 


CCUPSE OESCRIPTIGIM 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLDG. 


-ART 


650 


1 






*- 


H U F 


^.0 


ACV PHlNrMAKING 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


hEAVER M D 


B541 


HFAC 












F 


T IH 




8 50 TC 9 50 AM 


k«tAVER M 


B5il 


HFAC 




652 


1 






F 


M U F 


2.0 


ADV PRINTMAKING 
8 50 TO 11 CO AM 


ImEAVER M 


B541 


HFAC 












F 


T TH 




8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


WEAVER M D 


Bb4l 


HFAC 




653 R 


1 






F 


M W F 


4.0 


ADV PRINTMAKING 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


WEAVER M 


B541 


HFAC 












F 


T IH 




8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


'rtEAVER M 


8541 


HFAC 




656 


90 


EVE 




S 


NV^IFF 


2.0 


ACV SCULPTURE 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


ANDERSON 


B215 


FHAC 




664 


1 






C 


T TH 


2.0 


ADV CERAMICS 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


WEAVER MD 


B451 . 


HFAC 




665 R 


1 






c 


T Th 


4.0 


ACV CERAMICS 
1 30 TU 3 40 PM 


WEAVER M 


B451 


HFAC 




666 


90 


EVL 




F 


yUTHF 


2.0 


AUV ^'TL&JEWLRY CES 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


WEAVEK 


B431 


HFAC 




66 7 R 


90 


EVE 




F 


MWTHF 


4.0 


ADV CRAFTS 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


WEAVER: 


B431 


HFAC . 




669 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ADV ARTS d CRAFTS 
1 30 TG 3 50 PM 


ALUER L C 


A440 


HFAC 




674 


1 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


ACV PORTRAIT PAINT 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 












S 


M V. F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 




676 R 


1 






S 


DAILY 


4.0 


ADV PORT FIG PAINT 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A530 


HFAC 












S 


M tt F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RATY T L 


A53C 


HFAC 




699 


1 






C 


T B A 


V 


THESIS FOR MASTERS 


BREINHLT F 






ASAIN S 


TUDIE 


s 






















502 


1 






F 


MTWTH 


3.0 


ASIA STUDIES TCHRS 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


BRITSCH k L 


A003 


JKB 


BIOLOGI 


CAL 8 


AG 


RICL 


LTU 


=IAL 1 


:duca 


TION 












377 


I 


c 




s 


MTWTH 


3.0 


SEC TCHG PROC BIO 
1 30 TO 4 50 PM 


LIECHTY W R 


A 36 3 


MAR8 


BOTANV 


























lOl 


1 




B 


c 


M fci F 


3.0 


PLANT BICLOGY 

7 40 TO 8 40 AM 
LAfi CARD REQ 


bruthrscnjd 


A247 


MARB 




10 I 


2 




B 


c 


M h F 


3.0 


PLANT BIOLOGY 

10 CO TO 11 GO AM 

LAB CARD REQ 


8R0THRSUNJD 


A247 


MAPd 




lOl 


90 


EVE 


B 


c 


M h F 


3.0 


PLANT BIOLOGY 
7 45 TO 9 35 PM 


HESS SAM 


492 


wIDB 




101 L 


1 






c 


T 


0.0 


LAB 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


492 


WIU9 




101 L 


2 






c 


TH 


0.0 


LAB 
7 40 TC 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


49 2 


WIOQ 




101 L 


3 






c 


TH 


0.0 


LAB 

1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


492 


wIDB 




105 


1 




B 


c 


M fc. F 


3.0 


PLANT KINGDOM 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
LAB CARD REQ 


STOCKS D L 


A 24 7 


MARB 




10b L 


1 






c 


T 


0.0 


LAB 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


484 


WIDB 




105 L 


2 






c 


W 


0.0 


LAB 

10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


STAFF 


4B4 


WIOB 




105 L 


3 






c 


TH 


0.0 


LAB 

I 30 rO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


484 


WIDB 




110 


1 




B 


F 


DAILY 


3.0 


PLANT CLASSIFICATN 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


MCGRE GLEN 


A248 


MARB 




110 L 


1 






F 


M l« 


0.0 


LAB 

10 00 TO I 20 PM 


STAFF 


Ul 


BIOL 




110 L 


2 






F 


T TH 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


111 


BIOL 




205 


1 




B 


F 


DAILY 


2.0 


FIELD BOTANY 
3 50 TO 6 CO PM 


WHITTUN L 


A363 


MARB 




205 


2 




8 


F 


DAILY 


2.0 


FIELD BOTANY 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


CHSTENSfcNEM 


A363 


MARB 




205 


3 




B 


S 


DAILY 


2.0 


FIELD BOTANY 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


MURDOCK J R 


HI 


BIOL 




205 


4 




B 


S 


DAILY 


2.0 


FIELD BOTANY 

11 10 TU I 20 PM 


ALLMAN V P 


A363 


MARB 



* SPECIAL APPROVAL REQUIRED BEFORE CLASS CARDS MAY BE OBTAINED. A-TEACHERt B-DEPARTI^ENT CHAIRMANf 

C-TEACHER CERTIFICATION OFFICES 
EVE AN EXTRA FEE OF $3.00 PER CREDIT HOUR IS RECCIRED FOR ALL EVENING CLASSES WITH SECTION NUMBERS 90 CR ABOVE. 
$ SPECIAL FEE REQUIRED ON THESE CLASSES. 
= CLASSES FILLING GENERAL REQUIREMENTS. B-BIOLOGICAL SCIENCE, H-HUMANITIES AND FINE ARTS, P-PHYSICAL SCIENCE, 

R-RELIGION, S-SOCIAL SCIENCE, L-LANGUAGE, M-MATHEMAT ICS-STATI ST ICS-LOGIC-SC lENCE. 





CATALOG 










DAYS 


CREOIT 






ROUV 


OEPAKTMENT 


NUKOER 


SEC 


* $ 


S 


TERM 


TAUCHT 


HOURS 


COURSE DFSCRIPTICN 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLOG. 




2P.5 


I 






t 


M W F 


3.0 


GENERAL CYTOLOGY 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 

LAa CakD f<EU 


WHTTON L 


^■^bl 


vA?a 




225 L 


1 






C 


W 


0.0 


LAB 

12 2C TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


43t 


rtlDB 




276 


1 




B 


S 


MTkiTH 


3.0 


HEREDITY 
I 30 TO 3 40 PM 


iTuTZ H C 


A275 


MAWb 




376 


1 




6 


c 


MTkiTH 


3.0 


GENERAL GENETICS 
7 40 TO 6 40 AM 


WFITTON L 


A24a 


.""AOrJ 


BOT 450 


-SA- 


'. Fl 


ELD 


TRIP 


STB/ 


i 














450 


1 






f 


M V> F 


3.0 


PLANT ECOLOGY 

12 20 TO 2 30 PM 

FIELD TRIP REC 


CHSTENSENEM 


A361 


MARB 


BOT 455 


- ON 


E FC 


»UR 1 


DAY 


FIELC 


) TRIP 














455 


1 






s 


w 


2.0 


FIELC ECOLOGY 

10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


MURDOCK JR 


lie 


BIGL 




460 


1 




8 


F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CONS NAT RESOURCES 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


MCORF GLEN 


A247 


MARB 




460 


90 


tVF 


8 


C 


T 1H 


2.0 


CONS NAT RESOURCES 
5 00 TO 7 40 PM 


MGORE GLEN 


A341 


MARB 




498 R 


1 






F 


TEA 


V 


SPECIAL PROOLEMS 


STAFF 








498 P 


2 






S 


TEA 


V 


SPECIAL PROBLEMS 


STAFF 








539 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


PALEOBOTANY 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
LAB CARD REQ 


TIOaELL w D 


A115 


CLF8 




539 L 


1 






F 


K kt 


0.0 


LAB 
I 30 10 4 50 PM 


TIJWELL W 


AI1!> 


CLFe 




698 R 


1 






F 


TEA 


V 


SPECIAL PRLbLEMS 


STAFF 








698 A 


2 






S 


TEA 


V 


SPECIAL PROBLEMS 


STAFF 








699 


1 






F 


T E A 


V 


NASTERS THESIS 


STAFF 








699 


2 






S 


TEA 


V 


NASTtRS THtSIS 


STAFF 






' 


699 


3 






C 


T £ A 


V 


^A•STE^S THESIS 


STAFF 








799 


1 






F 


T E A 


V 


DISSERTATION 


STAFF 








799 


2 






S 


TEA 


V 


CISSERTATION 


STAFF 






BUSINES 


799 

S EDU 


3 

CAl 


ION 




C 


TEA 


V 


DISSERTATION 


STAFF 








101 


1 






C 


MTWTH 


2.0 


BEGIN TYPEWRITING 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


fiCYER G L 


236 


Jn3 




101 


90 


EVfc 




C 


M 1» TH 


2.0 


BEGIN TYPEW.^ITING 
5 15 TO 7 30 PM 


STAFF 


2 '50 


JKB 




111 


90 


EVE 




C 


M W TH 


4.0 


ELlM SHORTHAND 
7 45 TO 9 45 PM 


STAFF 


2'">0 


JKI3 




112 


90 


EVE 




C 


M k. TH 


3.0 


INTERRED SHORTHAND 
5 30 TO 7 30 PM 


WAFERS M L 


23fc 


JK.B 




113 


90. 


EVE 




c 


M V) TH 


3.0 


ACV SHORTHAND 
5 30 TO 7 JO PM 


WATERS MAX 


236 


JKB 




20 3 


1 






C 


MTkTH 


2.0 


PRLDUCTION TYPING 
11 IC TO 12 10 PM 


PETERSEN BJ 


236 


JKB 




203 


90 


EVE 




C 


M k. TH 


2.0 


PRCLUCTION TYPING 
7 45 TO 10 00 PM 


STAFF 


211 


JK3 




204 


90 


EVE 




c 


M k» TH 


2.0 


ADV PROD TYPING 
7 45 TO 10 CO PM 


STAFF 


215 


JK3 




310 








F 


MTfc.TH 


2.0 


VOCATIONAL BUS ED 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


SWITH G R 


266 


JKB 




311 








c 


M T TH 


3.0 


TRANSCRIPTION 

12 20 TO 2 40 PM 


PETERSEN iiJ 


215 


JK3 




320 








c 


MTk>TH 


3.0 


KEPT t BUS WRITING 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


WATERS M L 


231 


jK8 




320 


^ 






c 


MTWTH 


3.0 


REPT i BUS WRITING 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


STODDARD TD 


231 


JKB 




370 








c 


M y 


3.0 


REC CNTPL OFF MACH 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


PfcSRY D J 


31 


JKB 




377 C 




C 




F 


M T w 


l.O 


SEC TCH PROC-G BUS 
7 40 TO e 40 AM 


BCYEK G L 


245 


JKB 




377 F 




C 




s 


M T fl 


1.0 


SEC TCH PROC-TYPE 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


PERRY D J 


24 5 


J Kit 




489 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


SR SEM BUS TCHRS 
12 20 TO I 20 PM 


BELL R D 


231 


JKB 




605 








C 


MTWTH 


3.0 


INTRO RSRCH BUS ED 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BELL R 


2 31 


JKB 




615 








c 


MTWTH 


3.0 


METH UF INST IN JU 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


PERRY U J 


245 


JKB 




630 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CURR DEV BUS EUUC 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


WATERS M L 


26b 


JKB 




635 








C 


MTWTH 


3.0 


IMPL RESRCh CLSRM 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


STOODARU TO 


26o 


JKB 




655 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CCOP BUSINESS EDUC 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


SMITH G R 


10 7 


JKB 





CATALOG 










DAYS 


CREDIT 






ROOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBtR 


SEC 


* i 


= 


TERM 


TAUCHT 


HCURS 


COURSE D6SCRIPTICN 


TEACHER 


NUMBtR 


BLOG. 


690 SEC 


, 1 ME^TS 


JUNI 


; 21 25 
















690 A 


1 






F 


DAILY 


1.0 


SEMNAR IN bus EG 
1 30 TO 4 30 PM 


EIRICH VI 


266 


JKB 


690B SE 


:. 1 M 


lEET, 


s; Au 


3. 9-' 


3 
















6<5C 8 


1 






s 


DAILY 


l.O 


SEMINAR IN BUS ED 
1 30 TO 4 30 PM 


SMITH G R 


266 


JKd 


6900 SE( 


:. 1 Ml 


lETi 


JUL 


Y 19 


23 
















690 C 


1 






s 


DAILY 


1.0 


SEMINAR IN BUS EU 
I 30 TO 4 30 PM 


MITCHELL kvM 


2t>6 


JKb 




694 


1 






F 


T e A 


V 


INDEPENDENT READ 


W/(TERS M L 








694 


2 






S 


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V 


INDEPENDENT READ 


BELL R 








699 


1 






F 


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V 


MASTERS THFSIS 


NELSON G E 








699 


2 






S 


TEA 


V 


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BELL R 






BUSINEI 


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lAG 


EMEI 


JT 


















301 


1 






F 


MTVvTH 


3.0 


FINANCIAL MGT 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


PEARCE W E 


fiC 


JKB 




301 


2 






S 


MTlftTh 


3.0 


FINANCIAL MGT 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


CALL I T 


80 


JKB 




321 


1 






F 


MTkiTH 


3.0 


CRG BEHVR IN ACMIN 
2 40 TU 5 CO PM 


SCHILL R L 


bC 


JK>i 




321 


2 






S 


MT^TH 


3.0 


CRG BCHVR IN ACMIN 
12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


SCHILL P L 


A06e 


JKB 




341 


1 






F 


MT^TH 


3.0 


MARKETING MGT 

12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


BARNES H W 


AC68 


JKB 




341 


2 






S 


MTV>TH 


3.0 


(*'ARKETING MGT 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


PINNEY J K 


A06a 


JKB 




361 


1 






F 


MTI»TH 


3.0 


OPERATIONS MGT 
7 40 TU 9 50 AM 


LEE T N 


A066 


JKB 




361 


2 






S 


MTfc>TH 


3.0 


CPERATICNS MGT 
2 40 TO 5 00 PM 


LCNGMORt UK 


80 


JKB 




401 


1 






F 


MTk>TH 


3.0 


ADV FINANCIAL MGT 
12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


LCNGMORE OR 


8C 


JKB 




410 


1 






S 


MTHH 


3.0 


INVESTMENTS 

12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


PEARCE 'M t 


290 


JKB 




421 


1 






S 


MTk</TH 


3.0 


AUV ORG 3EHVR6,A0M 
12 20 TU 2 30 PM 


LAMBERT rt R 


bO 


JKB 




425 


1 






F 


MTV>TH 


3.0 


PERSONNEL MGT 

12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


OAKS C L 


290 


JKb 




458 


1 






C 


M W 


3.0 


MARKETING RESEARCH 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


ftCKINNON GF 


290 


JKB 




499 


1 






s 


MTHH 


3.0 


BUSINESS POLICY 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


OAKS C L 


290 


JKB 


CHEMIC 


499 

AL EN 


2 

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EERI 


NG S 


F 

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MTrtTH 

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3.0 


BUSINESS POLICY 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


DAINES R H 


290 


JKR 




499 


1 






c 


r E A 


V 


UNDERGRAC THESIS 


STAFF 








68d 


1 






c 


TEA 


V 


SPECIAL PROBLEMS 


BARKER D H 








699 


1 






c 


T e A 


V 


THESIS 


STAFF 








799 


1 






c 


T E A 


V 


DISSERTATION 


STAFF 






CHEMIS 


FRY 
























100 


1 




p 


F 


MTVTH 


3.0 


ELEM COLLEGE CHEM 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


CLUFF C L 


A341 


MARB 




100 


2 




p 


S 


MTk.TH 


3.0 


ELEM COLLEGE CHEM 
7 ^0 TO 9 50 AM 


ANDERSON KP 


A341 


MARb 




IOC 


3 




p 


c 


MTk.TH 


3.0 


ELE^ COLLEGE CHEM 
11 10 TU 12 10 PM 


NELSON K L 


A341 


MARB 




100 


90 


EVE 


p 


c 


H W 


3.0 


ELEM COLLEGE CHEM 
5 30 TO I 30 PM 


STAFF 


215 


ESC 




102 


1 






c 


DAILY 


5.0 


INTRO CHEMISTRY 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SMITH LOIS 


A323 


MARB 












c 


M V> 




10 00 TO II CO AM 


SMITH LUI S 


A32j 


MARB 




103 


1 






c 


M V> 


1.0 


INTRO CHEM LAB 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


SMITH LUIS 


460 


ESC 




105 


1 




p 


c 


DAILY 


4.C 


GtN COLLEGE CHEM 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BILLS J L 


A231 


MARB 




106 


I 




p 


c 


M W F 


4.0 


GEN COLLEGE CHEM 

7 40 TO B 40 AM 
LAB CARC REU 


wlLSON B J 


A231 


MARB 




106 L 


1 






c 


M V. F 


CO 


LAB 
8 50 TO 12 10 PM 


WILSON b J 


420 


ESC 




151 


1 




p 


c 


M V. F 


5.0 


INTRO CRG CHEM 

10 00 TO 11 00 AM 

LAB CARD REO 


PAUL £ G 


A275 


MARB 



DEPARTMENT 



CHEM 



CATALOG 
NUMDEP 



151 L 
223 

223 L 

351 

352 

353 

353 

353 

384 

385 

462 

464 

598 
600 
697 
699 
797 
799 



SEC 



* t 



TERM 



CHILD DEVELOPMENT 



CDFR 322 

REQUI 

ROOM 



RED 



210 
210 

210 
210 
261 
261 
312 
312 
312 



LAE 



PR 
1404 SFl 

322 
323 
323 

360 
360 

360 
360 
36C 
361 

361 



1 
2 

90 

91 
1 

90 
1 
2 

90 



EVE 
EVE 

EVt 



EVE 



3 
90 
91 

1 



TIMES PESIGNATED IN 



ERBGISTRAT 

LC. 

1 
1 

90 EVE 

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2 S 



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C 
C 
C 

C 
F 
S 
F 
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c 

c 

c 

c 

c 

c 
c 
c 
c 
c 
c 



& FAMILY 



F 
F 

F 

F 

F 

F 
F 
S 



DAYS 
TAUGHT 



T 1H 

NTkiTH 

M h F 

MTkiTH 

MTkiTH 

M V. F 

M V> F 

M V. F 

MTV'TH 

M V. F 

MTk.TH 

M V. F 

TEA 
T e A 
T e A 
T B A 
T e A 
TEA 



CREDIT 
HCURS 



CCUPSE UESCfilPl ICN 



TEACHER 






CO 
5.0 

0.0 
3.0 
3.0 

V 

V 

V 

3.0 

2.0 

3.0 

2.0 

V 
1.0 
V 
V 
V 
V 



7 AC 
LAB C 
LAfa 

7 40 
QUANT 

7 40 
LAB C 
LAB 

8 50 
CRGAiM 

7 40 
CRGAN 

7 40 
ORGAN 
IC 00 
CRGAN 
10 00 
CRGAN 
10 00 
INTRC 

8 50 
PHY SI 
10 00 
PHYSI 

8 50 
PHYSI 
10 00 
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cccrc 

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TC S 
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rn 9 

a QUA 

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t'g I? 

IC CHE 
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IC CHt 
TO 9 

IC CHE 
TO I 

IC CHE 
TO 1 

IC CHE 
TO I 
PHYSI 
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40 AM 
Q 

50 AM, 

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40 AM 



RUO.'I 
NUMritP rtLaC. 



ro 

CAL 
TO 

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TO 

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9 

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1 

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TEU TC 

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RS THE 
RAL RE 
KTATIL) 



10 PM 
MISTRY 

50 AM 
MISTRY 

50 AM 
M LAE 

20 PM 
M LAB 

20 PM 
M LAB 

20 PM 
CHEM 

50 AM 

LAB 

20 PM 
EMISTRY 

5 AM 
Et' LAB 

20 PM 
BLfcMS 
HG CHEM 
EARCH 
SIS 

SEARCH 
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RELATIONSHIPS 



MTk>TH 

DAILY 

M h F 
M fc. TH 

M V. TH 

DAILY 

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DAILY 

DAILY 

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S 

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F 

F 

F 
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F 

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DAILY 

MTV<TH 

^' ki TH 

MTIoTH 

DAILY 

M K F 
MTk«TH 

M W TH 

K Vi TH 

DAILY 

M W F 
MTksTH 



3.0 
3.0 

3.0 
3.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 



3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 

3.0 
3.0 
3.0 
3.0 

3.0 



CHILD 
II 10 
CHILC 

8 50 
10 CO 
CHILD 

5 00 
CHILD 

5 00 
THE L 

1 30 
THE L 

7 45 
PRIN 

7 40 
PRIN 

n 10 

PRIN 
5 00 



DtVEL 
TO I 
DtVEL 
TO 9 
TO 11 
DEVEL 
TO 7 
DEVEL 
TO 7 

CS FAM 
TO 2 

DS FAM 
'TO 10 

CHILD 
TO 8 

CHILD 
TO 12 

CHILD 
TO 7 



OPMENT 

10 PM 
OPMENT 

50 AM 

00 AM 
OPMENT 

40 PM 
OPMENT 

40 PM 
ILY 

30 PM 
ILY 

2 5 PM 
GUIDANC 

40 AM 
GUICANC 

10 PM 
GUIDANC 

40 PM 



CREAT EXP 
12 10 TO 
CRG PLAN 

1 30 TO 
CRG PLAN 

5 00 TO 
ACHV SUCC 

11 10 TO 
ACHV SUCC 

8 50 TO 
10 00 TO 
ACHV SUCC 

12 20 TO 
ACHV SUCC 

5 00 TO 
ACHV SuCC 

5 00 TO 
FAM RELAT 

8 50 TO 
10 CO TO 
FAM RELAT 

7 40 TG 



WITH CHL 

I 10 PM 
PPESCHL 

3 40 PM 
PRESCHL 

7 40 PM 
ESS MARR 

1 20 PM 
ESS MARR 

9 50 AM 
11 00 AM 
ESS MARR 

2 30 PM 
ESS MARR 

7 40 PM 
ESS MARR 

7 40 PM 
lONShlPS 

9 50 AM 
11 OC AM 
lONSHIPS 

9 50 AM 



PAUL t G 

PAUL E G 

I wING J H 

I WING J H 
\ CASTLE R N 
I iiRADSHAW JS 
{ CASTLE R N 
i BRADSHAW JS 

f^RADSHA^, JS 

SWENSEN A D 

SV^ENSEN A U 

MANGLiON NF 

ANDERSON KP 

NELSON K L 
NELSON K L 
NELSON K L 
NELSON K L 
NELSON K L 
NELSON K L 

CAHCON W IK 



A 2 75 MAPB 

32C ESC 
A3tl i'^.AR3 



A6 

A25;? 

A374 

32C 

320 

32C 

A361 

690 

28 a 

21fc 



ESC 

MARB 

MARB 

ESC 

ESC 

ESC 

M A R B 

wFDB 

LSC 

FSC 



1 103 



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i. .t . V »<(j AL - fc"" fcl 

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CUfcRDEN C 3 
MEAD D E 
MEAD F 



2241 

1219 
2 24 1 
2237 
1219 
1 21S 
1121 



SFLC 

Sf LC 

SFLC 
SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 

SFLC 



bARLOW F P 
TYNOALL 
STAFF 

cfifeg t fli^L 
DUERDEN C B 
DUEPDEN C 6 

KNGWLES E 

LAWS D 

i 6LKR Vt R 

i BLRR Vt R 
MCSS J J 



2 It EOLC 

1245 SFLC 

1245 SFLC 

2320B SFLC 

1245 SFLC 

1245 SFLC 
2320B SFLC 

232CD SFLC 

2320rt SFLC 

1219 SFLC 

1219 SFLC 
1219 SFLC 





CATALOG 








1 

\ DAVS 


CREDIT 






RCOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMbtK 


SEC 


* $ 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HOURS 


CCURSE DtSCMPTION 


TEACHER 


NUMBER RLOG. 


COFR 


410 


1 




_c 


M V> 


3.0 


ACV CHILD DEVELOP 
7 40 TC 9 50 AM 


CAHCON W 


2320B SFLC 


CDFR 42 


2 LAB 


TIIV 


|E DESIGNATEC 


) IN 










REQUIR 
ROOM 1 


ED PR 
W5SF 


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LC. 


3IST 


RATI 


ON l^ 














422 




A 




F 


TEA 


4.0 


I'TD TCH EXP H D LB 


TYNDALL 










A 


• 


S 


T E A 
T TH 


4.0 
3.0 


^«TD TCH EXP H D LB 
I^OD FAMILY bEHAVR 


TAYLOR B J 
ALLRED G H 


1103 SFLC 




c ^ 


















3 30 TO 5 30 PM 






^ 


' 460 








c 


T TH 


3.0 


MARR t FAM IKTERAC 


CANNON K L 


232C8 SFLC 
















7 40 TO 9 50 AM 








492 








s 


T TH 


2.0 


SEM IN THRY L CONC 


HCQPES M H 


3?15 SFLC 




^12 

492 


J2 
90 


EVE 




F 




(f 

2.0 


12 20 TO 2 50 PM 

SEM IiI'thRY t CONC 

6 CO TO 8 40 PM 


gg:*---^-<gr.g 


• 1245 SFLC 




510 








s 


DAILY 


2.0 


PHYSCINTELL DEV CF 
1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


PRICE A H 


1121 SFLC 








511 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


EMCTSSnC OEV CHILD 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


RCLLINS B C 


1121 SFLC 




540 








F 


DAILY 


3.0 


INTRC MAPS FAM CNL 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


SCORESBY AL 

Pi* /s^d^ v'\. 


1121 SFLC 




570 








F 


T TH 


2.0 


CCMI*' PROF RESP FAM 
1 30 TO 4 00 PM 


j'li'fegLirfr ^1 


3236 SFLC 




590 
595 




A 
A 




r. 


TEA 
TEA 


V 
V 


READINGS IN COFR 
SPEC TOPIC IN COFR 










c 




597 






■ 


s 


DAILY 


2.0 


RES PROBS L METHDS 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


VANCE a J 


1245 SFLC 








611 








s 


DAILY 


2.0 


CUR CON RES CH Dt"V 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


PRICE A H 


1245 SFLC 




650 




A 




c 


T TH 


3.0 


PRACTICUM FAM CNSL 
3 30 TO 5 30 PM 


ALLRED G H 


11C3 SFLC 




650 A 








c 


T TH 


3.0 


PRACTICU^' FAM CNSL 
3 30 TO 5 30 PM 


ALLRED G H 


1103 SFLC 




655 B 








-^- 


DAILY 


4.0 


PRACTICUM MARR CNL 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


HCOPES M H 


1121 SFLC 




662 


. 






s _ 


DAILY 


2.0 


DYN GF MAR INTfcRAC 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


BURR W R 


1121 SFLC 




664 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CUR CON RES FAM RE 
12 20 TO I 20 PM 


BURR W R 


1121 SFLC 




697 
699 
740 






■ 


r 


TEA 
TEA 

MTktTH 


V 
V 

3.0 


INDEPENDENT RESRCH 

NASTERS THESIS 

AD THR MAR FAM CNL 


S4 A FF M(? SS: 
LAXS D M 


260 EDLC 




C 




S 


















1 30 TO 3 40 PM 








750 




A 




c 


TEA 


4.0 


ACV PRAC FAM CNSLG 


ALLRED G H 






794 








c 


TEA 


V 


SPEC TUPC CHLO DEV 


STAFF 






795 








c 


TEA 


V 


SPEC TOPC FAM REL 


STAFF 






799 






■ 


c 


TEA 


V 


DISSERTATION 


STAFF 




CHINES! 






101 


90 


EVE 




F 


DAILY 


4.0 


1ST YR CHINESE 
4 00 TO 6 CO PM 


STAFF 


214 MCKB 




102 


90 


EVE 




s 


DAILY 


4.0 


1ST YR CHINESE 
4 00 TO 6 CO PM 


STAFF 


214 MCK8 




495 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


SR SEM MAJORS 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


WILLIAMS GS 


213 MCKB 


CIVIL E 


SIGINE 


ERII 


sIG SI 


:iENi 


:e 














201 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ENG MECH STATICS 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


THURGOOO G 


201 FGLB 




303 


1 






c 

C 


M T TH 
M IH 


3.0 


ENGR MECH MATRLS 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


GCODWIN R J 
GCODWIN R J 


201 FELB 
201 FELB 




501 


1 






c 


TEA 


3.0 


ADV MECH MATRLS 1 


BARTON C S 






620 


1 






S 


T E A 


3.0 


ADV STRUCT THEORY 


DURRANT S U 






623 


I 






F 


TEA 


3.0 


PRESTRESS CONCRETE 


WILSON A 






652 


1 






C 


TEA 


3.0 


DES OF WATER TREAT 


MERRITT L B 






661 


1 






F 


TEA 


3.0 


TRAFFIC ENGINEERNG 


BUDGE ^ D 






698 


1 






c 


TEA 


3.0 


ENGR PROJECTS 


FIKMAGE D A 






699 


1 






C 


T e A 


V 


MASTERS THESIS 


STAFF 






799 


1 






c 


T E A 


V 


PISSERTATION 


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CATALOG 










OAVS 


CREDIT 


-- — ■ " 1 




•^ CO M 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC 


* $ 


= 


TERM 


TAUChT 


hCCRS 


COURSE DESCRIPTICN 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLDG. 


CLASSIC 


AL CP 


/ILI 


ZATI 


ON 


















341 


1 




H 


F 


DAILY 


2.0 


GRK&RUM .^YIHCLGGY 
12 20 TO I 20 PM 


CLARK J R 

i 

t 


349 


MCKb 




341 


2 




H 


S 


DAILY 


2.0 


GKK&ROKi MYTt-CLCGY 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


CLARK J R 


34'; 


MCKB 




342 


I 




H 


F 


DAILY 


3.0 


CRIENTAL MYTHOLOGY 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


WILLIAMS OS 


309 


MCKB 


CLOTHII 


JG & T 


EX1 


ILES 




















165 


1 






C 


DAILY 


4.0 


DRESS & PATT CCNS 
11 10 TO I 20 PM 


MORTON L 


3245 


SFLC 




330 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


HISTORY CF COSTUME 
12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


JORGENSEN F 


327C 


SFLC 




345 


1 






S 


DAILY 


3.0 


CRP L FLT PAT CSGN 
11 10 TO 1 30 PM 


L lECHTY E L 


3225 


SFLC 




355 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


TAILORING 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


JORGENSEN E 


3225 


SHLC 




355 


2 






S 


DAILY 


3.0 


TAILORING 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


LlfcCHTY E L 


3225 


SFLC 


COMMUr 


JICATI 


ONS 


1 




















101 


1 




H 


F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO TO MASS COMM 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


HINDMARSH 


F201 


HHAC 




101 


2 




H 


S 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO TO MASS COMM 
7 40 TO' B 40 AM 


HICKMAN H 


F20L 


HFAC 




101 


90 


EVE 


H 


F 


M T TH 


2.0 


INTRO TO MASS CCN'M 
7 45 TO 9 35 PM 


STAFF 


H262 


HFAC 




211 




B 




F 


DAILY 


3.0 


NEWS WRITING 

12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


SMITH R 


F243 


HFAC 




230 








C 


M V. F 


2.0 


INTRO ADVERTISING 
10 00 TO II 00 AM 


BARRUS G S 


B22C 


HFAC 




255 








F 


T TH 


2.0 


INTRO BROADCASTING 
11 10 TO 1 20 PM 


T AH BOX N C 


D205 


HFAC 




255 L 








F 


M 


0.0 


LAB 

11 10 TO 1 20 PM 


TAROUX N C 


A2'»4 


HFAC 




255 L 








F 


U 


0.0 


LAB 

11 10 TO I 20 PM 


TAftbOX N C 


A244 


HFAC 




323 




B 




C 


M V. F 


3.0 


PRAC REPORT C EDIT 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BRAOLLY R L 


F243 


HFAC 




331 








C 


MTkiF 


3.0 


AD CCPY L LAYOUT 
10 00 TO 11 00 AM 


BARKUS G 


F245 


HFAC 




333 








C 


DAILY 


3.0 


BROACCAST AOVERTIS 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BECKHAM P 


F2t5 


HFAC 












c 


M fc> F 




12 20 TC 1 20 PM 


JECKHAM R 


F245 


HFAC 




346 








F 


M W 


2.0 


BBOCST PRACTICUM 1 
8 50 JO 11 CO AM 


TAR BOX N C 


A244 


HFAC 




346 L 








F 


F 


0.0 


LAB 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


TAR box N C 


A244 


HFAC 




347 








S 


M t< 


2.0 


BRDCST PRACTICUM 2 
6 50 TO 11 00 AM 


TARBOX N C 


t329 


HFAC 




347 L 








S 


F 


0.0 


LAB 

8 50 TO 11 00 AM 


TARBGX N C 


A244 


HHAC 




366 


90 


EVE 




c 


M T TH 


2.0 


ACV C ILL PHOTO 
7 45 TO 9 35 PM 


STAFF 


0160 


HFAC 




439 








c 


DAILY 


3.0 


AOVER MEHIA & CAMP 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


BARRUS G S 


F245 


HFAC 




449 








c 


DAILY 


3.0 


BRCCST PROG t. AUON 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


R ICH S 


F214 


HFAC 




451 








s 


DAILY 


2.0 


BRQACCAST ^.R ITING 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


HICKMAN H 


F24 j 


HFAC 




456 








c 


MTV.TH 


3.0 


T V DIRECTING WSHP 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


TAKBOX N C 


A244 


HFAC 




480 








c 


MTI^F 


3.0 


SENIOR SEMINAR 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


BRADLEY P L 


F556 


HFAC 




491 R 








F 


T e A 


0.5 


COI^MS SYSPOSIUM 


STAFF 








491 R 








S 


T E A 


0.5 


CCMMS SYSPOSIUM 


STAFF 








535 








c 


HlVf 


3.0 


PUBLIC RELATIONS 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BRADLEY K L 


E^0 9 


HFAC 




550 








F 


M V. F 


2.0 


PRB L PRC IN ED TV 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


HICKMaN h 


F244 


HFAC 




610 








c 


DAILY 


3.0 


CCNMS THEORY 
1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


RICH C S 


F534 


HFAC 




611 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


RES MtTH MASS CCf'M 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SMTH C P 


F509 


HFAC 




620 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CCMNtlNFORM TECH 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


HICKMAN H 


F244 


HFAC 




63C 








S 


DAILY 


2.0 


ACVERT PLANi.RESRCt- 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BECKHAM R 


D20 5' 


HFAC 




691 








F 


T e A 


V 


SPEC STUDIES COMMS 


R ICH C S 








691 


2 






S 


TEA 


V 


SPEC STUDIES COMMS 


R ICH S 








694 








F 


T fc A 


V 


READ IN MAiS COMMS 


1 RICH S 







- 1 

' CATALOG 


1 I ! ! 


DAVS i 


1 

CREDIT ' 






ROOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC J 


* $ 


= 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HCURS 


COURSE DESCRIPTION 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLDG. 


CCMMS 


699 


1 






C 


T e A 


V 


MASTERS THESIS 


RICH Q S 








699 


2 






C 


T e A 


V 


MASTERS THESIS 


RICH S 






COMPARATlvd Lit ERATURI 

! ; i 


- 
















355 


1 




H 


F 


DAILY 


3.0 


WORLD CLASSICS I 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BRITSCH R A 


A018 


JKB 












F 


M lo F 




10 00 TO 11 00 AM 


BRITSCH R A 


AOIB 


JKB 


COMPUT 


ER SC 


EN( 


:e 




















101 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


DATA PROC FUND 

6 50 TO 9 50 AM 
MAJORS ONLY 


BENNETT H G 


111 


MSCB 




131 


1 






C 


M l> F 


2.0 

1 


FORTRAN LANGUAGE 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


HAYS B R 


201 


MSCB 




201 


1 






C 


M lo F 


2.0 


CCMP £ THEIR USE 

10 00 TO 11 CO AM 1 


DEAN C E 


A246 


MARB 




230 


1 




M 


C 


MTHH 


3.0 


INTRC COMPUTING ! 

1 30 TO 2 30 PM 
LAB CARD HEQ 


OAINES B N 


A248 


MARB 




230 L 


1 






C 


T TH F 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


STAFF 


111 


MSCB 




230 L 


2 






C 


M I. F 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


STAFF 


111 


MSCB 




230 L 


3 






C 


T TH F 


0.0 


LAB 

2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


111 


MSCB 




331 


1 






C 


MTV>TH 


3.0 


CCMP PROG LANG 1 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 
LAB CARD REQ 


OAINES Q N 


A374 


MARB 




331 L 


1 






C 


T TH F 


0.0 


LAB 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


109 


MSCB 




331 L 


2 






C 


M W F 


0.0 


LAB 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


109 


MSCB 




332 A 


1 






c 


MT^^TH 


3.0 


CGMP OKGANZ £ PROG 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
LAB CARD REQ 


HAYS B R 


124 


MCKB 




332 B 


1 






c 


DAILY 


3.0 


COMP ORGANZ t PROG 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


244 


B34 




332 L 


1 






c 


T TH F 


0.0 


LAB 
1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


STAFF 


111 


MSCB 




332 L 


2 






c 


M k. F 


0.0 


LAB 

1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


STAFF 


111 


MSCB 




333 


1 






c 


MTV.TH 


3.0 


CCMP PROG LANG 2 

1 30 TO 2 30 PM 
LAB CARD REQ 


NCRMAN T A 


A231 


MARB 




333 L 


1 






c 


T TH F 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


STAFF 


109 


MSCB 




333 L 


2 






c 


M ^ F 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


STAFF 


109 


MSCB 




351 


1 






c 


DAILY 


3.0 


INFC STRUCTURE 
8 50 "to 9 50 AM 


NCRMAN T A 


135 


MSCB 




391 R 


1 






s 


M W F 


1.0 


SEM COMP SCI TOPCS 
1 30 TO 3 20 PM 


HAYS B R 


201 


MSCB 


DRAFTII 


^G 
























111 


1 






f 


M V> F 


3.0 


MECH DRAV. FUND 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RAISQR E M 


215 


SNLB 




211 


1 






s 


M I. F 


3.0 


AOV MECH DRAFTING 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


RAISOR E M 


219 


SNLB 




449 


1 






F 


TEA 


V 


SP PRCB CRAFTING 


RAISOR E M 








449 


2 






s 


T e A 


V 


SP PROB DRAFTING 


RAISUR E M 








449 


3 






c 


T fc A 


V 


SP PROB CRAFTING 


RAISOR E M 






ECONOIV 


lies 
























101 


1 




S 


F 


MTUTH 


3.0 


SURVEY OF ECONOMIC 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


OAVIES J K 


131 


JKB 




101 


2 




s 


s 


MTIoTH 


3.0 


SURVEY OF ECONOMIC 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


CLARK M W 


131 


JKB 




111 


1 




s 


F 


MTkTH 


3.0 


INT ECON PRN L PPB 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


RICKNBACH D 


147 


JKB 




111 


2 




s 


S 


MTk.TH 


3.0 


INT ECCN PRN 6 PRB 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


STAFF 


136 


JKB 




112 


I 




s 


F 


MTWTH 


3.0 


INT ECON PRN & PRB 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


PCPE CLAYNE 


81 


JKB 




112 


2 




s 


S 


MTWTH 


3.0 


INT ECCN PRN & PRB 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


INILDE K D 


81 


JKB 




301 


1 






F 


MTV.TH 


3.0 


INCOME ANALYSIS 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


PARSONS R J 


136 


JKR 




302 


1 






S 


MTk»TH 


3.0 


PRICE ANALYSIS 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


OLTTON D S 


147 


JKB 




311 


1 






C 


MThTH 


3.0 


THECPY OF INCOME 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


PRITCHTT BM 


131 


JKB 





CATALOG 










DAYS 


CREDIT 






ROOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC 


* » 


s 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HOURS 


CCURSE DESCRIPTION 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLD3. 


ECON 


312 


1 








MTKTH 


3.0 


THECRY OF PRICE 
1 3C TO 2 30 PM 


PRITCHTT BM 


44 


JKB 




352 


1 








MTV.TH 


3.0 


REAL EST URBN ECON 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


NELSON G T 


149 


JKB 




353 


1 








MTk.TH 


3.0 


MONEY L BANKING 
II 10 TO I 20 PM 


FCSTER G K 


136 


JKB 




358 


I 




s 




MTk.TH 


3.0 


INTRNL TRADE L FIN 
2 40 TO 4 50 PM 


DCXEY W B 


136 


JKB 




^30 


I 








MT*>TH 


3,0 


ECON OfcVELOPMENT 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


KCLLER R H 


136 


JKB 




590 R 


1 








T e A 


V 


AOV ECON PROBLEMS 


WIMMER L T 








597 R 


1 








TEA 


V 


RESEARCH 


KCLLER R H 








697 


1 








TEA 


i V 


RESEARCH 


NELSON G T 








699 


1 








TEA 


i V 


MASTERS THESIS 


DAVIES J K 






EDUCAT 


ION 
























206 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


CAT PREP L EGUP OP 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BROwN J R 


263 


MCKB 




260 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


ED EXCEPTIONAL CH 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


ThONAS G E 


260 


TRLC 




260 


2 








DAILY 


2.0 


ED EXCEPTIONAL CH 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


GALE F 


260 


TRLC 




301 A 


1 








DAILY 


2.0 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


HARDY G R 


123 


MCKB 




301 A 


2 








DAILY 


1 2.0 

i 


esc CCN PRIN TCHG 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


HARDY G R 


123 


MCKB 




301 A 


3 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


CLARK CLIFF 


123 


MCKB 




301 A 


4 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


KNIGHT L S 


123 


MCKB 




301 A 


90 


EVE 




s 


M ^ 


2.0 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
6 40 TO 9 20 PM 


STAFF 


11 J 


MCKB 




301 B 


1 






F 


M h F 


V 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


«EBB CD 


116 


MCKB 




301 B 


2 






t- 


T IH F 


V 


esc CON PRIN TCHG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


V^EBB C 


117 


MCKB 




301 B 


3 






s 


M ^ F 


V 


BSC CCN PRIN TCHG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


WEBB C D 


116 


MCKB 




301 B 


4 






s 


T TH F 


V 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


WEHB C D 


117 


MCKB 




301 B 


5 






F 


M V. F 


V 


BSC CCN PRIN TCHG 
8 50 TO II 00 AM 


MUSE I 


261 


MCKB 




301 B 


90 


EVE 




F 


t* W F 


V 


BSC CCN PRIN TCHG 
4 00 TO b 40 PM 


WEBB C D 


11 7 


MCKB 




301 B 


91 


EVE 




S 


M k F 


V 


BSC CON PRIN TCHG 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


ARNOLDSEN L 


117 


MCKB 




310 


I 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
6 30 TO 7 30 AM 


THOMSON L 


209 


MCKB 




310 


2 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


THOMSON I 


209 


MCKB 




310 


3 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
I 30 TO 2 30 PM 


HENDERSON E 


209 


MCKB 




310 


4 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


HENCERSCN E 


209 


MCKB 




310 


5 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


THOMSON L D 


20S 


MCKB 




310 


6 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
6 30 TO 7 30 AM 


THOMSON L D 


209 


MCKB 




310 


7 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


ALLREO W E 


209 


MCKB 




310 


90 


EVE 




F 


M k 


2.0 


STATE SCH TEACHER 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


ALLREO W E 


209 


MCKB 




340 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CHILDRENS LIT 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


SANDBERG C 


565 


JRCL 




3A0 


2 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CHILDRENS L IT 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SANDSERG C 


565 


JRCL 




340 


3 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CHILDRENS LIT 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BCWLES C 


565 


JRCL 




340 


4 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 

1 


CHILDRENS LIT 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


SANDBERG C 


565 


JRCL 




340 


5 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


CHILDRENS LIT 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SANDBERG C 


565 


JRCL 




361 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INT TCHG MENT RTRD 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


THOMAS G E 


260 


TRLC 




362 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INT TCHG VIS HNDCP 
12 20 TO I 20 PM 


CRANDELL JM 


245 


TRLC 


MATERL 


^L USi 


E Fi: 


E Rl 


:qui 


^ED 
















371 


1 






F 


M ta F 

I 


2.0 


ARTS CRAFTS HANDCP 
1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


WILSON M I 


260 


TRLC 




371 L 


1 






F 


T TH 1 
1 


0.0 


LAB 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


WILSON M I 


260 


TRLC 



'" ' '" 1 — 
CATALOG 








' 


DAVS 


CREDIT ! 






ROOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC 


* * 


= 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HOURS 


COURSE DESCRIPTION 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLDG. 


EDUC 


373 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


STC ENGL BRAILLE 
1 30 ro 2 30 PM 


CRANDELL JM 


245 


TRLC 




377 


1 






c 


M 


3.0 


SEC TCH CUR (. METH 
6 30 TO 7 30 AM 


ARNOLOSEN L 


124 


MCKB 












c 


M F 




6 30 TO 8 40 AM 


ARNOLOStN L 


124 


MCKB 




377 


2 






c 


M 


3.0 


SEC TCH CUR & METH : 
7 30 TO 8 30 AM 


ARNULDSEN L 


365 


MCKB 












c 


T TH 




6 30 TO 8 40 AM 


ARNCLCSEN L 


36 5 


MCKB 




377 


3 






c 


M 


3.0 


SEC TCH CUR L METH i 
10 00 TO 11 00 AM 


ARNOLDStN L 


124 


MCKB 












c 


W F 




10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


ARNOLDSLN L 


124 


MCKB 




402 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ED PSYCHOLOGY 
8 50 TO 9 5C AM 


HARRISON GV 


no 


ARLC 




402 


2 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


ED PSYCHOLOGY 
a 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SItOMAN J 


110 


ARLC 




402 


90 


EVE 




F 


M k 


2.0 


ED PSYCHOLOGY 
6 00 TO 8 40 PM 


BUUTVvELL R 


110 


ARLC 




402 


91 


EVE 




S 


M V> 


2.0 


ED PSYCHOLOGY 
6 00 TO 8 40 PM 


BCUTWELL R 


no 


ARLC 




403 


1 






c 


DAILY 


4.0 


CEV & LEARNING 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


SItDMAN J 


lie 


ARLC 




403 


2 






c 


DAILY 


4.0 


OEV L LEARNING 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


TENNYSON RD 


no 


ARLC 




403 


90 


EVE 




c 


T TH 


4.0 


CEV 6 LEARNING 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


TENNYSON R 


lie 


ARLC 




406 


1 






F 


DA ILY 


2.0 


INTRO PROD MEDIA 
7 40 TO a 40 AM 


CAI^D W R 


263 


MCKB 




406 


2 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRC PROD MEDIA 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BROwN J R 


263 


MCKB 




406 


3 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO PROD MEDIA 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


CARD VJ R 


26 3 


MCKB 




406 


4 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO PPOO MEDIA 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


CARD W R 


263 


MCKB 




406 


5 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO PROD MEDIA 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BROwN J R 


263 


MCKB 




406 


6 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRC PROD MEDIA 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BROWN J R 


263 


MCKB 




406 


7 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRC PROD MEDIA 
1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


SNOW G G 


263 


MCKB 




406 


90 


EVE 




F 


M V> 


2.0 


INTRO PROD MEDIA 
5 00 TO 7 40 PM 


CARD W R 


263 


MCKB 




406 


91 


EVE 




S 


M V« 


2.0 


INTRO PROD MEDIA 
5 00 TO 7 40 PM 


3R0WIM J R 


263 


MCKB 




415 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


SHARP L M 


210 


MCKB 




415 


2 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SFARP L M 


210 


MCKO 




415 


3 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


WOLFGRAMM H 


210 


MCKB 




415 


^ 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL^ VALUES 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


SHARP L M 


210 


MCKB 




415 


5 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


KEELE REBA 


210 


MCKB 




415 


6 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


KEtLE PEBA 


210 


MCKE 




415 


7 






s 


DA ILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


RCMNEY A K 


21C 


MCKB 




415 


8 






s. 


DAILY 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


SFARP L M 


210 


MCKB 




415 


90 


EVE 




F 


M W 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


THOMSON L U 


210 


MCKB 




415 


91 


EVE 




s 


M k> 


2.0 


EDUCATIONAL VALUES 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


THOMSON L D 


21C 


MCKB 




420 


1 






F 


DAILY 


4.0 


CURR MTHDS ELEM SC 
12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


BISHOP R H 


A373 


MARB 




420 


2 






S 


DAILY 


4.0 


CURR MTHDS ELEM SC 
12 20 TO 2 30 PM 


BISHOP R H 


A373 


MARB 


421 LAB 


REQU 


IREp FO 


R AL 


LSE( 














LABS HI 


ELD IN 


TH 


E RIC 


;e hc 


)USE 
















421 


1 






F 


HTWTH 


3.0 


TCHG REAC ELEM SCH 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


MCORE B H 


100 


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DAYS 


CREDIT 






RGOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC 


* i 


= 


TERM 


TAUGFT 


HOURS 


COURSE DESCRIPTION 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLDG. 


EDUC 


<t21 


2 






F 


T 


3.0 


TCHG READ ELEM SCH 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


100 


RICE 




^21 


3 






F 


MTkiTH 


3.0 


TCHG REAC ELEM SCH 
11 10 TO 1 30 PM 


KNIGHT L S 


116 


MCKS 




421 


4 






S 


MTV.TH 


3.0 


TCHG PEAC ELEM SCH 
12 20 TO 2 40 PM 


ALLRED R A 


IOC 


RICE 




A21 


5 






S 


MTViTH 


3.0 


TCHG REAC ELEM SCH 
7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


DUNN J W 


100 


RICE 




421 


6 






s 


MTV.TH 


3.0 


TCHG REAC ELEM SCH 
U 10 TO I 30 PM 


KNIGHT L S 


116 


MCKB 




421 


90 


EVE 




F 


T TH F 


3.0 


TCHG REAC ELEM SCH 
4 30 TO 8 GO PM 


DUNN J w 


IOC 


RICE 




421 L 


1 






F 


M 


0.0 


LAB 

7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


100 


RICE 




421 L 


2 






F 


TH 


0.0 


LAB 

11 10 TO I 20 PM 


STAFF 


100 


PICE 




421 L 


4 






F 


F 


0.0 


LAB 

7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


IOC 


RICE 




421 L 


5 






F 


F 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 2 40 PM 


STAFF 


100 


RICE 




421 L 


6 






S 


M 


CO 


LAB 

11 10 TO 1 20 PM 


STAFF 


10 


RICE 




421 L 


7 






S 


T 


0.0 


LAB 
1 30 TO 3 30 PM 


STAFF 


100 


RICE 




421 L 


8 






S 


TH 


0.0 


LAB 
1 30 TO 3 30 PM 


STAFF 


100 


RICE 




421 L 


9 






S 


F 


0.0 


LAB 

7 40 TO 9 50 AM 


STAFF 


100 


R ICE 




421 L 


10 






s 


F 


0.0 


LAB 

12 20 TO 2 40 PM 


STAFF 


10 


R ICE 




423 


1 






F 


M W F 


2.0 


TCHG SCI SOC STUD 
10 CO TO 12 10 PM 


SERRYSSA MJ 


131 


MCKri 




423 


2 






S 


M h F 


2.0 


TCHG SCI SOC STUD 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


BERRYSSA CJ 


131 


MCKB 




423 


90 


EVE 




F 


M ^ 


2.0 


TCHG SCI sue STUD 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


HARDY G R 


131 


MCKB 




423 


91 


EVE 




S 


M t> 


2.0 


TCHG SCI SOC STUD 
? 00 TO 9 40 PM 


KNIGHT L S 


131 


MCKB 




424 


1 






F 


M fc> F 


2.0 


TCHG LANiG ELEM SCH 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


MCORE B H 


100 


RICE 




424 


2 






S 


M V F 


2.0 


TCHG LANG ELEM SCH 
10 00 TO 12 10 PM 


MCORE B H 


IOC 


RICE 




424 


3 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


TCHG LANG ELEM SCH 
7 40 ro 8 40 AM 


MGGRE B H 


100 


RICE 




424 


90 


tVE 




F 


M V 


2.0 


TCHG LANG ELEM SCH 
4 30 TO 7 10 PM 


MCQPE B H 


10 


RICE 




425 


1 






' 


DAILY 


2.0 


TCHG MATH ELEM SCH 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


NELSON M V 


131 


MCKB 




425 


2 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


TCHG MATH ELEM SCH 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


CLARK CLIFF 


136 


MCKB 




425 


3 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


TCHG MATH ELFM SCH 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


NELSON M V 


131 


MCKB 




425 


4 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


TCHG MATH ELEM SCH 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


NELSON M V 


136 


MCKB 




425 


5 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


TCHG MATH ELEM SCH 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


CLARK CLIFF 


135 


MCKE 




425 


90 


EVE 




F 


T 7h 


2.0 


TCHG MATH tLE^' SCH 
4 CO TO 6 40 PM 


NELSON M V 


131 


MCKB 




425 


91 


EVE 




s 


T ih 


2.0 


TCHG MATH ELEM SCH 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


NELSON M V 


131 


MCKB 




427 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


BEGIN READING 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


SUCHER F 


108 


GRNH 




461 


I 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO TCHG MEN RET 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


THOMAS G E 


26C 


TRLC 




470 


1 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


EO COM REL EXC CH 
12 20 TO 1 ?0 PM 


THOMAS G E 


260 


TRLC 




493 


1 






c 


T E A 


V 


INDEPENDENT READ 


BELT M D 








493 


2 






F 


T e A 


V 


INDEPENDENT READ 


NELSON M V 








493 


3 






S 


TEA 


V 


INDEPENDENT READ 


NELSON M V 








494 


1 






C 


TEA 


V 


INDEPENDENT READ 


ALLRED h E 








506 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


INSTRUCTIONL MEDIA 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


SNOW G G 


26 3 


MCKB 












F 


M V. F 




1 30 TO 2 30 PM 


SNUW G G 


263 


MCKB 




510 


1 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


MEDIA PROD TECHNQ 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


CARD W R 


263 


MCKB 




534 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


INNCV PRAC ELEM SC 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


CRD J E 


115 


MCKB 












F 


M k. F 




12 20 TU 1 20 PM 


ORD J E 


115 


MCKB 




536 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


SEC CURRC t METHUS 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


BELT W D 


108 


GRNH 












F 


M k. F 




10 00 TO 11 00 AM 


BELT M D 


108 


GRNH 




547 


1 






F 


MTk.TH 


3.0 


FCUNDATICNS RDNG 
2 40 TO 4 50 PM 


SUCHER F 


100 


RICE 




547 


2 






S 


MThTH 


3.0 


FOUNDATIONS RDNG 
2 40. TO 4 50 PM 


DUNN J U 


108 


GRNH 



- ■ ' 

CATALOG 




1 






DAYS 


CREDIT 






ROOM 


DEPARTMENT 


NUMBER 


SEC 


* $ 


= 


TERM 


TAUGHT 


HCUKS 


COURSE DESCRIPTICN 


TEACHER 


NUMBER 


BLOG. 


EDUC 


550 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRG GUID SERVICE 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


REID H T 


A324 


MARB 




550 


2 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


INTRO GUIO SERVICE 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


REIO H T 


209 


MCKB 




550 


90 


EVE 




F 


M W 


2.0 


INTRG GUIO SERVICE 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


WCOTTQN R R 


136 


MCKB 




551 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


EVAL ED PYSCH LIT 
6 30 TO 7 30 AM 


CCTTRELL M 


136 


MCKB 




551 


2 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


EVAL ED PYSCH LIT 
8 50 rO 9 50 AM 


HYATT N F 


AC19 


JKB 




551 


3 






c 


M V F 


2.0 


EVAL EO PYSCH LIT 
10 00 TO 11 00 AM 


HYATT N F 


136 


MCKB 




551 


90 


EVE 




c 


M 


2.0 


EVAL to PYSCH LIT 
4 00 TO 6 40 PM 


CCTTRELL M 


123 


MCKB 




560 


1 






F 


M k> F 


3.0 


EDUC TEST MEASURE 
10 00 TO 12 40 PM 


HARRIS J M 


26 1 


MSCe 




560 


2 






s 


M ^ F 


3.0 


EDUC TEST MEASURE 
1 30 TO 3 40 PM 


HARRIS J M 


212 


MCKB 




562 


1 






s 


DAILY 


3.0 


PROB METh EO VIS H 
2 40 TO 4 50 PM 


CRANDELL JM 


260 


TkLC 




563 


1 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


ADVANCED BRAILLE 
12 30 TO 1 30 PM 


CRANDELL JM 


260 


TRLC 




565 


1 






c 


DAILY 


3.0 


PROB EO EMO HAN CH 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BROWN G E 


2 50 


CHLC 


567 TAU 


GHT 6 


'29 


- 8/1 


4/70 


















567 


1 






c 


DAILY 


3.0 


PROB ED MENT RET C 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


THOMAS G £ 


260 


TRLC 




568 A 


1 


$ 




F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CBSV PART SPEC EO 
9 00 TO 12 00 N 


MERRILL B 


245 


TRLC 




568 A 


2 


$ 




s 


DAILY 


2.0 


OBSV PART SPEC EO 
9 00 TU 12 CO N 


MERRILL B D 


245 


TRLC 




568 A 


3 


$ 




c 


DAILY 


2.0 


GBSV PART SPEC ED 
9 00 TO 12 CO N 


MERRILL B D 


245 


TRLC 




568 C 


1 


$ 




c 


DAILY 


2.0 


CBSV PART SPEC ED 
8 00 TO 12 00 N 


v^ALLACE 


215 


CHLC 


568E - ( 


^lass F( 


le R( 


iquire 


id. 


















568 E 


1 


$ 




F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CBSV PART SPEC EO 
9 00 TO 12 00 N 


WELCH ART 


110 


CHLC 




569 A 


1 






F 


DAILY 


V 


PRACTICUM SPEC EO 
9 00 TO 12 00 N 


MERRILL 8 D 


160 


CHLC 




569 A 


2 






S 


DAILY 


V 


PPACTICUM SPEC ED 
9 00 TO 12 00 N 


MERRILL BO 


160 


CHLC 




569 A 


3 






c 


DAILY 


V 


PRACTICUM SPEC ED 
9 00 TO 12 00 N 


MERRILL B D 


245 


TRLC 




569 A 


4 






c 


T e A 


V 


PRACTICUM SPEC ED 


MERRILL B 








569 C 


4 


$ 




c 


DAILY 


V 


PRACTICUM SPEC ED 
8 00 TO 12 00 N 


WALLACE 


215 


CHLC 


569 - C 


LASS F 


rEE 


REQl 


JIRE 


D 
















569 E 


I 


$ 




s 


DAILY 


V 


PRACTICUM SPEC ED 
9 00 TO 12 00 N 


HARRISON 6D 


110 


CHLC 




570 


1 






c 


DAILY 


3.0 


PROB ED CH NEUR IM 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


WILSON M I 


26C 


TRLC 




601 


1 






F 


MThTH 


3.0 


CCMP CUR ED PHIL 
11 10 TO I 20 PM 


RCMNEY A K 


135 


MCKB 




606 


1 






c 


DAILY 


'i.Q 


HIST EO EUR S AM 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


wCLFGRAMM H 


135 


MCKB 




607 


I 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


ED IN WRLD SETTING 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


RCMNEY A K 


205 


MCKB 




6C8 


1 






s 


DAILY 


3.0 


SOCIAL FGUN OF EO 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


CLARKE A J 


11/ 


MCKB 












s 


M k> F 




10 00 TO 11 00 AM 


CLARKE A J 


117 


MCKB 




609 


1 






s 


DAILY 


2.0 


SFL UT AUD VIS MAT 
2 40 TO 3 40 PM 


SNOW G G 


26 3 


MCKB 




611 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ADM INSTR MEDIA 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


SNOW G G 


266 


MSCB 




622 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


ACV STUDY CHILD ED 
11 CO TO 12 00 N 


DAINES D 


AC68 


JKB 




623 


I 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


SCI IN ELEM SCHOOL 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


BERRYSSA MJ 


131 


MCKB 




62 5 


I 






S 


DAILY 


2.0 


see STUD ELEM SCHL 
8 50 TO 9 50 AM 


CRD J E 


131 


MCKB 




626 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 


CLRM PROC ELEM SCH 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 


DUNN J W 


123 


MCKb 












F 


M ^ F 




12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


DUNN J W 


123 


MCKB 




627 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


READ IN CURRIC 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 


DAINES 

1 
i 


115 


MCKB 




628 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 


CHILDREN'S LIT 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 


flCWLES C 


565 


JRCL 



DEPARTMENT 


CATALOG 
NUMBER 


SEC 


* $ 


s 


~r 

TERM 


— 1 

DAYS ( 
TAUGHT 1 


:redit 

HCURS 


EDUC 


631 








S 


DAILY 


3.0 




633 








S 
F 


M V. F 
DAILY 


2.0 




63<» 








F 


DAILY 


2.0 




636 








S 


DAILY 


3.0 




640 








S 

F 


M h F 
DAILY 


3.0 




642 








F 
S 


M W F 
DAILY 


3.0 




6A4 








S 

F 


M i* F 
T TH 


2.0 




644 








S 


T TH 


2.0 




645 








F 


M W F 


3.0 




64 5 


2 






F 
S 


DAILY 
M Vi F 


3.0 




645 


90 


EVfc 




S 
F 


DAILY 

M K. TH 


3.0 




646 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 




646 2 






F 
S 


M V F 
DAILY 


3.0 




646 


90 


EVE 




S 
F 


M k F 

M W TH 


3.0 




646 L 


1 






F 


M ^ 


0.0 




646 L 


2 






S 


M V> 


0.0 




647 


1 






F 


DAILY 


3.0 




647 2 






S 


DAILY 


3.0 




647 i 90 


EVE 




F 




2.0 




647 


91 


EVE 




S 


f h> 


3.0 




651 


1 






S 


M V> F 


3.0 




651 


90 


EVE 




s 

F 


DAILY 

M k> TH 


3.0 




652 


1 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 




652 L 


1 






F 


DAILY 


0.0 




652 L 
654 


2 

1 






F 

S 


T e A 
DAILY 


0.0 
2.0 




656 j I 






C 


W 


3.0 




656 


2 






C 


M V> F 


3.0 




657 


1 






F 


M b> F 


2.0 




657 


2 






F 


DAILY 


2.0 




659 


1 






C 


T TH 


3.0 




660 


1 






C 


KThTH 


3.0 


665A,B,C 


- LA 


3S F 


EQU 


IRED 










665 A 


1 






F 


M 1 TH 


2.0 




665 B 


1 






F 


M h F 


2.0 




665 C 


1 






F 


M V» F 


i 2.0 

1 




666 


1 






C 


DAILY 


; 2.0 




667 


1 






C 


t> h 


3.0 



COURSE DESCWIPTICN 



CURRC DEV ELEM SCH 

12 20 TO 1 20 ?t*. 

I 30 TC 2 30 PM 

LANG ARTS ELEM SCH 

3 50 TO 4 50 PM 
ARITH ELEi-l SCHCOL 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 
SEC CUKR METI- CSGN 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 

10 00 TO 11 00 AM 
THE JUNICR COLLEGE 

7 40 TC 8 40 AM 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
METH COLLEGE INSTP 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 

12 20 TO i 20 PM 
OIR TCHG COLLEGE 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 
OIR TCHG COLLEGE 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 
GUlO TESTING OIAG 

10 00 TO 11 00 AM 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 
GUIO TESTING DIAG 
10 00 TO 11 00 AM 

ill 10 TO 12 10 PM 
iGUlD TESTING DIAG 
j 4 00 TO 6 40 PM 
|CCUN THEC & PRAC 
; 7 40 TO 8 
8 50 TO 9 

COUN THEO L 
I 7 40 TO 
^ 8 50 TO 

CUUN THEC 

4 00 TO 



TEACHER 



40 AM 
9 50 AM 
L PRAC 
3 40 AM 
9 50 AM 
L PRAC 
6 40 PM 



LAB 

12 20 TO 

LAB 

12 20 TO 



1 20 PM 



1 20 PM 



GRP TECH COUNSELOR 
II 10 TO 12 10 PM 
GRP TECH COUNSELOR 
11 10 TO 12 10 PM 
GRP TECH COUNSELCR 

7 CO TO 9 40 PM 
;GRP TECH COUNSELCR 

4 00 TO 6 40 PM 
INFC SERVICES GUID 

10 00 TO 11 00 AM 

11 lO'TO 12 10 PM 
INFO SERVICES GUIU 

4 00 TO 6 ^0 PM 
ACM CUID SERVICES 

7 40 TO 8 40 AM 
LAB 

7 40 TO 8 40 AM 
LAB 

PROB ELEM SCH GUID 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
ADV ED PSYCHOLOGY 

3 50 TO 6 40 PM 
ACV ED PSYCHOLOGY 

1 00 TO 2 00 PM 
BEHAVR PKOB IN SCH 

12 20 TO 2 30 PM 
BEHAVR PROB IN SCH 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
PRIN INSTK PSYCH 

2 40 TO 4 50 PM 
RES CES TECh WRITG 

7 40 TO 8 40 AM 



CIAG LEARNING DIS 
; 1 30 TO 3 40 PM 
iCIAG LEARNING DIS 
8 50 TO 11 00 AM 
jCIAG LEARNING DIS 
j 8 50 TO 11 00 AM 
!SPEC ED SER PUB S 
111 10 TO 12 10 PM 
JDIAGNOSIS ACH CIFF 
! 1 30 TO 3 30 PM 



ORD J E 

JORD J E 
ALLREU R A 

CLARK CLIFF 

MLSE I 

MLSE I D 
SMFH RALPH 

iSMTH RALPH 
BELT W 

;8fLT W U 
SMTH RALPH 

VvELCKER M B 

JW INWARD E J 

iWlNWARD E J 
IWCUTTON R R 

WCOTTON R k 
■'rtlNWARD 6 J 

DOWNING L 

DOWNING L N 
SPENCER k J 

JSPENCER R J 
JMCSES D 



ROOM 
NUMBER BLDG. 



135 MCKB 



DCWNING 

iOOWNING 

I 

jJCHNSGN R W 

I 

'jtHNSON R !«■ 

JCHNSCN R 

CHAMBERLAIN 

BLCKNER E J 

BLCKNER fc J 
8UCKNER E 

JWCOTON P R 

WCOTON R R 

:k*COTON R R 
iCHMBRLIN JM 

HARRISON GV 

S lEDMAN J 

BAUER E B 

jCHMQkLIN JM 

TENNYSON RD 

CRANOELL J 



HAMMOND R K 
BAUER E 
WISEMAN U 
GALE D F 
HEREIN W R 



135 
115 

131 

117 

117 

103 

lOfl 
108 

108 
124 

12^ 

AC4 9 

AC49 
A049 

A049 
135 



MCKB 
MCKB 

MCKB 

MCKD 

MCKB 
MSCb 

MSC8 
GPNH 

GRNH 
MCKB 

MCKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

JKB 

MCKB 



AC4S JKB 



AC49 
A 04 9 

AC4 9 
233 

A049 

AC49 

233 

233 

212 

3C9 

AC6a 

AC68 
109 

136 

136 



JKB 
JKB 

JKB 
MCKB 

JKB 

JKB 

MCKB 
MCKB 
MCKB 
MCKB 
JKB 

JKB 

MSCB 

MCKB 

MCKB 



A043 JKB 

420 EDLC 

42C ECLC 

250 CHLC 

136 MCKB 

420 EULC 

307 MSCB 

12C CHLC 

120 CHLC 

lie CHLC 

250 CHLC 

250 CHLC 



DEPARTMENT 



CATALOG : 
NUMBER SEC 



* S 



TERM 



DAYS 
[TAUGHT 



tREOIT 
HCURS 



CCURSE DESCRIPTION 



TEACHER 



PCOM 
NUMBER bLDG. 



LAB REQUIRED FQR 668 5 HRS WK 

E REQUIfIeD 



MATERIAL USE FE 



668 
669 
671 
671 
671 
672 



673 - CLASS FEE REQUIRED 



1 
I 
I 

2 

3 



SEMINAR & LAlB-1 
9 AND 12. 



674 - LAB 11-12 MWF 



673 



HR 



DAILY BE 



67<. A 



6748 - LAB 5 HOURS W 



EDUC 



674 B 
675 

675 

677 
677 
678 

679 

682 

685 

685 



687 




1 


690 


A 


1 


690 


B 


1 


690 


B 


2 


691 


R 


1 


691 


R 


2 


691 


R 


3 


691 


R 


4 



EEK 



F 

F 

F 
S 

S 

F 

S 

F 

F 
F 

F 
F 



F 
S 

S 

F 

S 
F 
S 

C 

c 
c 
c 



M ht . 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 
DAILY 

WEEN 

DAILY 
T IH 



M V. F 

DAILY 

M V< F 
DAILY 

M lo F 
DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

M V> F 
DAILY 

N Vi F 
DAILY 

DAILY 

M V> F 
DAILY 

M V. F 
DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

DAILY 

T TH 

T TH 

T IH 

DAILY 



3.0 

2.0 
5.0 
5.0 
5.0 
A.O 



2.0 

2.0 
3.0 

3.0 

2.0 
2.0 
3.0 

3.0 

2.0 
3.0 

3.0 

2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 



REMED 
1 30 
GUID 

I 30 
PRAC 
12 20 
PRAC 
12 20 
PRAC 
12 20 
PRAC 
1 30 



lAL TCH 

TO 3 
t COUN 

TO ? 
TESTING 

TO 2 
TESTING 

TO 2 
TESTING 

TO 2 
SCHLOL 

TO 2 



G TECH 

40 PM 
HND 
30 PM 

CCUN 
30 PM 

COUN 
30 PM 

CCUN 
30 PM 
PSYCH 
30 PM 



PRAC REMEDIAL TChG 
7 40 TO 8 40 AM 



PRAC LRN OIS CLRM 
11 00 TO 1 20 PM 



PRAC LRN DIS CLRM 

11 00 TO I 20 PM 
ORG & ADM PUB SCH 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
10 00 TU 11 00 AM 
ORG L ADM PUB SCH 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 

10 00 TO 11 00 AM 
PUBLIC SCHOOL FIN 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 
PUBLIC SCHOOL FIN 
12 20 TO I 20 PM 
ELEM SCHOOL ACMIN 

6 30 TO 7 30 AM 

7 40 T-0 8 40 AM 
SEC SCHOOL ADMIN 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 

10 CO TO 11 00 AM 
TEACHER S SCHL ADM 

8 50 TO 9 50 AM 
SUPERVISION OF ED 

12 20 TO 1 20 PM 
I 30 TO 2 30 PM 

SUPERVISION CF ED 
12 20 TO 1 20 PM 

1 30 TO 2 30 PM 
SCHOOL LAW 

1 30 TO 2 30 PM 
SEMINAR 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 
SEMINAR 

11 10 TO 12 10 PM 

SEMINAR 

11 10 TU 12 10 PM 

SEMINAR 

6 30 TO 8 40 AM 
SEMINAR 

6 30 TO 8 40 AM 
SEMINAR 

6 30 TO 8 40 AM 
SEMINAR 

8 00 TO 12 00 N 



HERLIN JOAN 
SPENCER R J 
JCHNSON R Vii 
13LCKNER E T 
CFMaRLIN JM 
HARRIS J M 



HAMMOND R K 



WELCH A 

k^ISEMAN D 

MCRRILL A R 

MCRRILL A R 
CFSTENSENDC 

CFSTENSENCC 
dURRUP P E 

bLRRUP P E 

ROGERS R D 

ROGERS R D 
CLARKE A J 

CLARKE A J 
WELCKER M B 

HARMS C R 

HARMS C R 
HARMS C R 

HARMS C P. 
WELCKER M B 

WCLFGRAMM H 

WCOTTON R R 

SPENCER R J 

PINEGAR R D 

BURRUP P e 

CCTTRELL MC 

STAFF 



110 CHLC 

215 CHLC 

A36a MARB 

271 MSCB 

121 MSCB 

AC49 JKB 



160 CHLC 



UC CHLC 



120 

135 

135 
115 

115 
117 

117 

213 

213 
123 

123 

2 30 8