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Summer School /University of Maryland 1971 



The University of Maryland lias been elected to membership in the Association 
of American Universities. This Association, founded in 1900, is an organization of 
those universities n the United States and Canada generally considered to be pre- 
eminent in the fields of graduate and professional study and research. 



The University of Maryland is a member of the Association of University Summer 
Sessions. 

• 

The University of Maryland in all its branches and divisions subscribes to a policy 
of equal educational and employment opportunity for all persons regardless of 
race, creed, ethnic origin or sex. 

The provisions of this publication are not to be regarded as an irrevocable con- 
tract between the student and the University of Maryland. Changes are effected 
from time to time in the general regulations and in the academic requirements. 
There are established procedures for making changes, procedures which protect 
the institution's integrity and the individual student's interests and welfare. A cur- 
riculum or graduation requirement, when altered, is not made retroactive unless 
the alteration is to the student's advantage and can be accommodated within the 
span of years normally required for graduation. When the actions of a student are 
judged by competent authority, using established procedure, to be detrimental to 
the interests of the University community, that person may be required to withdraw 
from the University. 

POJ 666,1070 



SUMMER SCHOOL 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

1971 




VOLUME 27 



JANUARY 14, 1971 



NO. 11 



THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BULLETIN is published: once in August; three 
times in September; two times in October; once in November; seven times in 
December; three times in January; once in February; once in March; two times in 
April; four times in May; two times in June; and three times in July. Published 
thirty times. Re-entered as second class mail matter under the Act of Congress on 
August 24, 1912, and second class postage paid at College Park, Maryland 20742. 



CONTENTS 



GENERAL 



Campus Map 4 

University Calendar 6 

Registration Schedule 7 

The Summer School 9 

Admission and Registration 

Procedures 10 

Terms of Admission 10 

College Park Campus Regular 

and Special Student Admission 10 
UMBC and University College — 

Baltimore Students 10 

Students from other Colleges 

and Universities 10 

New Freshmen Students 10 

High School Record and 

Class Standing 10 

Predictive Index 11 

Other Requirements for 

Admission 11 

New Transfer Students 11 

New Special Students 11 

Application Procedures for 

Undergraduate and Special 

Students 12 

New Graduate Students 12 

Registration Procedures 12 

Academic Information 12 

Academic Credit 12 



Marking System 13 

Maximum Load 13 

Undergraduate 13 

Graduate 13 

Summer Graduate Work 13 

Candidates for Degrees 14 

General Education Program .... 14 

Advanced Placement Program . . 14 

General Information 14 

Class Periods 15 

Weekly Class Schedule 15 

Residency Policy of the 

University of Maryland 15 

Tuition and Fees 15 

Withdrawal and Refund of Fees 17 
Living Accommodations and 

Food Service 17 

Student Health 18 

Automobile Registration 18 

Libraries 19 

University Bookstore 19 

For Additional Information 19 

Special Summer Activities 20 

Summer Lecture Series 20 

1971 Summer Festival 20 

Summer Recreation Program ... 20 

Institutes and Workshops 21 



COURSE OFFERINGS 



Agriculture 29 

Agricultural Economics 29 

Agricultural Engineering 29 

Agronomy 30 

Animal Science 30 

Botany 31 

Entomology 32 

Food Science 32 

Geology 33 

Horticulture 33 

Rural Education 33 



Arts and Sciences 35 

American Studies 35 

Anthropoloy 35 

Art 37 

Astronomy 38 

Biology 39 

Chemistry 39 

Chinese 40 

Comparative Literature 40 

Computer Science 41 

Dance 42 



Dramatic Art 42 

English 42 

French 45 

German 46 

History 47 

Italian 49 

Latin 49 

Mathematics 49 

Meteorology 52 

Microbiology 53 

Music 53 

Philosophy 67 

Physics 68 

Psychology 69 

Radio and Television 72 

Russian 72 

Sociology 73 

Spanish 74 

Speech 73 

Statistics and Probability 77 

Zoology 77 

Business and Public Administration 79 

Business Administration 79 

Economics 82 

Geography 84 

Government and Politics 85 

Information Systems Management 87 

Journalism 87 

Education 89 

Education Administration, 

Supervision and Curriculum . . 89 
Education Counseling and 

Personnel Services 90 

Education, Early Childhood — 

Elementary 92 

Education, Human Development. 94 

Education, Industrial 96 

Education, Measurement and 

Statistics 99 

Education, Secondary 100 



Education, Special 103 

Education 103 

Music Education 106 

Engineering 107 

Engineering, Aerospace 107 

Engineering, Chemical 107 

Engineering, Civil 108 

Engineering, Electrical 109 

Engineering, Materials 110 

Engineering, Mechanical 110 

Engineering, Nuclear 111 

Engineering Science 111 

General Education 111 

Home Economics 113 

Applied Design 113 

Crafts 113 

Family and Community 

Development 114 

Food 115 

Home Economics 115 

Housing 115 

Institutional Administration 115 

Nutrition 116 

Textiles and Apparel 116 

School of Library and Information 

Services 117 

Physical Education, Recreation 

and Health 119 

Health Education 119 

Physical Education 120 

Recreation 122 

Board of Regents 125 

University of Maryland — 
Academic Resources and 

Points of Interest 127 




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Police Department 
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Journolism BIdg. 
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Jull Hall 

Library, McKeldin 
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Mathematics BIdg 
McKeldin Library 
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University Calendar 1971-72 



SUMMER SCHOOL 1971 



June 21, 22 


Mon.-Tues. 


June 23 


Wed. 


July 5 


Mon. 


August 13 


Fri. 



Registration 
Instruction Begins 
Independence Day, Holiday, 

No Classes 
Summer Session Ends 



FALL SEMESTER 1971-72 



September 7-11 
September 13 
November 24 
November 29 
December 17 
January 3 
January 11 
January 12, 19 
January 13-21 



Tues. through Sat. 

Mon. 

Wed., after last class 

Mon., 8:00 A.M. 

Fri., after last class 

Mon., 8:00 A.M. 

Tues., after last class 

Wed. 

Thurs. through Fri. 



Fall Semester Registration 
Instruction begins 
Thanksgiving recess begins 
Thanksgiving recess ends 
Christmas recess begins 
Christmas recess ends 
Instruction ends 
Exam study days 
Fall semester final examinations 



SPRING SEMESTER 1972 



January 31- 

February 5 
February 7 
March 31 
April 10 
May 23 
May 24 
May 29 
May 25-June 2 



Mon. through Sat. 

Mon. 

Fri., after last class 

Mon., 8:00 A.M. 

Tues., after last class 

Wed. 

Mon. 

Thurs. through Fri. 



Spring Semester Registration 

Instruction begins 

Spring recess begins 

Spring recess ends 

Instruction ends 

Pre-exam study day 

Memorial Day 

Spring semester examinations 



REGISTRATION SCHEDULE 
SUMMER SCHOOL 1971 



Monday and Tuesday 
June 21 and 22, 1971 

To expedite registration, students have been grouped on tiie basis of the first 
letters of the last name. No student will be permitted into Preinkert Field House 
until the appropriate time, as listed below. 





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Preinkert Field House, Packet Distribution— Monday 8:15 to 3:45 only 

Tuesday 8:15 to 3:00 only 

Armory, Registration Processing— 8:30 to 4:45 only 

Since Social Security Numbers are now used to identify registration materials 
and student records, it is essential that each student bring his Social Security 
Card or Number with him for ready reference. A previously admitted graduate 
student must also bring his plastic transactions card and the new graduate stu- 
dent must bring the letters offering him admission. 




Dr. Clodus R. Smith, Director 



THE SUMMER SCHOOL 



CLODUS R. SMITH, Associate Professor of Agricultural and Extension Education 

and Director of the Summer School 

B.S., Oklahoma State University, 1950; M.S.. 1955; and Ed.D., Cornell University, 

1960. 

JOHN F. PARR, Visiting Lecturer in History and Assistant Director of Summer 
School for Academic Programs 

B.S.F.S., Georgetown University, 1939; M.A., 1948; Ph.D., 1951, University of 
Fribourg, Switzerland. 

PAUL P. TRAVER, Professor of Music and Assistant Director of the Summer School 

for Cultural and Recreational Programs 

B.Mus., Catholic University, 1955; M.Mus., 1957; and D.M.A., Stanford University, 

1967. 

JOHN W. CHURCHILL, Associate Professor of Recreation and Coordinator of the 
Summer School Recreation Program 

B.S., State University of New York, Cortland, 1958; M.S., University of Illinois, 1959; 
Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 1968. 

The Summer School at the University of Maryland makes available educational 
opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students who wish to fulfill degree 
requirements in the shortest length of time, who wish to take courses that they 
cannot fit into their academic year schedules, or who need to make up deficiencies 
or test their ability to do college work. The Summer School also seeks to broaden 
and vary the instructional program by appointing outstanding visiting lecturers 
and to stimulate students' interests by providing an academic environment which 
includes a diversified cultural and recreational program. To meet specific educa- 
tional needs, the Summer School offers workshops and institutes for school per- 
sonnel and other groups. 

The extensive and varied course offerings, lectures, special institutes, and work- 
shops are planned jointly by the Department Heads, Deans, and the Director of 
the Summer School. The courses offered are regular University courses taught by 
members of the faculty or visiting lecturers of outstanding ability. For information 
not found in this catalog, please write or phone: 

THE SUMMER SCHOOL 

201 Turner Laboratory 

University of Maryland 

College Park, Maryland 20742 

Telephone (301) 454-3347/8 



10 / admission and registration 

ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION PROCEDURES 

Terms of Admission 

General Statement: The University of Maryland, in all its branches and divisions, 
subscribes to a policy of equal educational opportunity for peoples of all races 
creeds and ethnic origins. 

All Summer School students new to the College Park Campus of the University 
must be officially admitted. This applies to all non-degree as well as degree can- 
didates. ^ 

College Park Campus Regular and Special Student Admission 

Undergraduate day students or graduate students who were registered on the Col- 
lege Park Campus during the spring semester and were in good academic stand- 
ing at the end of the spring semester need only to appear for registration at the 
time indicated on page 7. 

Undergraduate day students, except Maryland elementary and secondary school 
teachers who are previously admitted special undergraduate students, who were 
not registered at the College Park Campus during the preceding semester must 
be readmitted or reinstated. Applications for readmission or reinstatement may be 
obtained from the Admissions Office and should be filed 30 days in advance of 
registration. 

Maryland elementary and secondary school teachers who were previously admitted 
as special undergraduate students, who retain this classification, and who are in 
good academic standing, need only to appear for registration at the time indicated 
on page 7. 

A University College-College Park student must only present a letter of permission 
from his dean in order to register. 

UMBC and University College — Baltimore Students 

The UMBC or University College Baltimore student who wishes to take summer 
courses at College Park must present a letter from his dean and an application, 
but no application fee. 

Students from Other Colleges and Universities 

A student seeking a bachelor's degree in any undergraduate college, who has not 
been previously admitted to the University, must file an application with the 
Director of Admissions not later than June 1, 1971. Students applying only for the 
summer session must have a letter of permission from the Dean or Registrar of 
the college in which they are presently enrolled. In addition they must be in good 
standing (not on probation) at their present college. 

New Freshman Students 

Admission from secondary school is based on evidence indicating the applicant's 
probable success in the program of his choice. Applicants will be evaluated by 
two sets of criteria: (1) high school academic record in college preparatory sub- 
jects and class standing and (2) the University's predictive index. 

High School Record and Class Standing 

Applicants for admission from secondary school who have (1) achieved at least 
a C average, when D is the lowest passing grade, in college preparatory subjects 
and (2) rank in the top half of their class will be offered admission. 



admission and registration / 11 

Predictive Index 

Applicants who have achieved at least a C average but who do not rank in the 
upper half of their class will be evaluated on the basis of the University's pre- 
dictive index. The variables included in the index are the applicant's (1) grade- 
point average in academic courses, (2) class rank and (3) Scholastic Aptitude 
Test scores. 

An applicant whose predicted grade-point average at the end of the first year is 
1.75 or better (on a 4.0 scale) will be offered admission. 

Other Requirements for Admission 

In addition to meeting one of the sets of criteria noted above, all applicants must 
also: 

1. Be recommended for admission by their high school principal or counselor; 

2. Have received their high school diploma before their first registration 
with the University; 

3. Have successfully completed the high school subjects required for the 
college and curriculum for which application is made, except admission to 
the School of Architecture which is competitive with selection based on 
previous academic achievement; 

4. Have completed the Scholastic Aptitude Test and have requested that 
the results be submitted to the University. Applicants should take the SAT 
before the end of the fall semester preceding enrollment at the University. 
For further information on the SAT, applicants should consult their high 
school counselor or write to the Educational Testing Service, Princeton, 
New Jersey 08540. To have the test results sent to the University of Mary- 
land at College Park, use the College Park Campus code number 5814 in 
the proper place on the test. 

New Transfer Students 

An applicant must be in good standing in scholarship and character to be con- 
sidered for admission. Transfer applicants who are residents of Maryland are 
required to have at least a C average (2.0 on a 4.0 scale) in all previous work. The 
Associate of Arts degree qualifies the community college transfer student for ad- 
mission. 

Non-resident applicants are required to have a cumulative average of at least 
2.5 on a 4.0 scale. 

For further information inquire of the Coordinator of Transfer Students, Office of 
Admission. 

New Special Students 

Applicants over 21 years of age who qualify for admission but who do not desire to 
work toward a baccalaureate degree may be admitted as special students. These 
students are ineligible to matriculate for a degree until they have submitted all 
required documents. Permission from the dean of the various schools and colleges 
of the University is often needed in order to enroll as a special student. 

Special students who have received a baccalaureate degree are advised that no 
credit earned while enrolled as special students may be applied at a later date 
to a graduate program. These post-baccalureate students may enroll for courses 
at the 300 to 499 level for which they possess the necessary prerequisites but may 
not enroll in courses restricted to graduate students only. 



12 / academic information 

Applicant Procedures for Undergraduate and Special Students 

An application form may be obtained by using the request for application found 
in the back of this Bulletin or by applying directly to the Office of Admissions. 

All undergraduate and special students applying for Summer School admission, 
unless exempted above, must file applications with the Director of Admissions not 
later than June 1, 1971. 

New Graduate Students 

All new graduate students must file an application and all supporting records with 
the Office of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research by May 15, 
1971, and must have been admitted to the University before registering for classes! 
To secure an application form, please fill out and return the request for application 
for graduate admission found in the back of this Bulletin. 

REGISTRATION PROCEDURES 

Every student planning to register for one or more courses must be admitted to 
the University, regardless of his desire to become a degree or non-degree student. 
See information on page 10 on Admissions. 

Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled m the 1971 Spring Semester who 
are in good academic standing may register without further application. 

Registration for all undergraduates and graduate day division students will take 
place in accordance with the Registration Schedule printed on page 7 of this 
catalog. No student will be permitted to begin registration before the time listed 
in the Registration Schedule. Registration materials will be distributed in Preinkert 
Field House according to the alphabetical schedule on page 7 of this catalog. 
All students must secure registration materials at the Preinkert Field House before 
going to deans or advisors. Since Social Security numbers are used to identify 
registration materials and student records, it is essential that each student bring 
his Social Security Card or Number with him for ready references. A previously 
admitted graduate student should also bring his plastic transactions card. New 
students must bring their letter of admission. Registration cards must be approved 
by both the student's advisor and dean. Graduate students must secure the ap- 
proval of the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research. Graduate stu- 
dents in The College of Education must secure the approval of the Dean, College 
of Education, as well as the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Reseach. 

After approval, registrations are completed at the Armory where students secure 
section assignments, receive bills, pay fees, and submit all forms to the Regis- 
trar's representatives. Until all completed forms are submitted to the Registrar's 
representatives and fees paid, registration is neither complete nor official. 
Students may register in 'late registration" at the Registrations Office on June 23. 
After June 23, exceptional cases may be registered only after approval of the ap- 
propriate dean. The late registration fee, charged on and after June 23, is $20.00. 

ACADEMIC INFORMATION 

Academic Credit 

The semester hour is the unit of credit. During the summer session a course 
meeting five times a week for six weeks or four times a week for eight weeks, 
each requiring the normal amount of outside work, is given a weight of three 
semester hours. Each class period is 80 minutes in length. 



academic information / 13 

Students who are matriculated as candidates for degrees will be given credit to- 
ward the appropriate degree for satisfactory completion of courses. All courses 
offered in Summer School are applicable toward the appropriate degree provided 
they are included in the student's program as planned with his advisor. 

All students will receive an official grade specifying the amount and quality of 
work completed. 

Marking System 

The following symbols are used for marks: A, B, C, and D— passing; F— Failure; 
I— incomplete. Mark A denotes superior scholarship; B, good scholarship; C, fair 
scholarship; and D, passing scholarship. The mark of "I" (incomplete) is excep- 
tional. Courses may be taken on a pass/fail basis. Complete regulations govern- 
ing marks are printed in the University's General and Academic Regulations. 

Maximum Load 

Students may earn credit at the discretion of their respective advisors in accord- 
ance with the following guidelines. 

Undergraduates 

Students enrolled only in courses of eight-week duration may earn eight to ten 
credits. Students enrolled only in courses of six-week duration may earn six to 
eight credits. Students enrolled in combinations of six and eight-week courses 
may earn seven to nine credits. 

Graduate 

Students enrolled exclusively in courses of eight-week duration may earn a maxi- 
mum of eight credits. Students enrolled in courses of six-week duration may earn 
a maximum of six credits. Students enrolled in combinations of six and eight-week 
courses may earn a maximum of seven credits. 

Summer Graduate Work 

Appropriate courses offered by the Summer School may be counted toward the 
various doctoral and master's degree programs. A full year of residence or the 
equivalent is the minimum requirement for each degree. The bulletin of the Grad- 
uate School contains a full description of the degrees offered and the require- 
ments. 

For graduate students pursuing doctoral work, the Summer School provides 
French and German to help them prepare for the foreign language examina- 
tions. Please inquire of the Graduate School the exact dates for application and 
examination. 

Special regulations governing graduate work in Education and supplementing the 
work statement contained in the Graduate School Announcements may be ob- 
tained from the College of Education. Students seeking the master's degree as a 
qualification for a certificate issued by the Maryland State Department of Edu- 
cation or any other certifying agency should consult the appropriate bulletin for 
specific requirements. 

All students desiring graduate credit, whether for meeting degree requirements, for 
transfer to another institution, or for any other purpose, must be regularly matricu- 
lated and registered in the Graduate School. 



14 / general information 

Candidates For Degrees 

All students who expect to complete requirements for degrees during the summer 
session should make application for diplomas during summer registration or at the 
Office of Registrations by July 2, 1971. 

General Education Program 

The University's minimum requirement in general or liberal arts studies, incorp- 
orated in all undergraduate curricula, is known as the General Education Pro- 
gram. The courses which may be elected under the program are designed to ac- 
quaint the student with the basic concepts and methods of a number of academic 
disciplines and to provide a broad foundation upon which the entire educational 
experience can be correlated. 

The requirement consists of 34 semester hours of credit distributed over six gen- 
eral areas: 9 credits in English composition and literature; 6 credits in history; 
6 credits chosen from at least two fields of the social sciences; 7 credits in bio- 
logical and physical sciences; 3 credits in mathematics; 3 credits in fine arts or 
in philosophy. In order to permit the student the widest possible choice, a number 
of course options are available in each of the fields except English. In addition, two 
semesters of physical education and a course in health education are required of 
all undergraduates. 

Specific courses which may be used to satisfy these general education require- 
ments are administered by four of the campus colleges; the various offerings are 
coordinated by a Director of the General Education Program for the University. 

Advanced Placement Program 

Students entering the University from secondary schools may obtain advanced 
placement and college credit on the basis of their performance in the College 
Board Advanced Placement examinations. These examinations are normally given 
to eligible high school seniors during the May preceding matriculation in college. 

Questions about the program may be addressed to the Director of Admissions 
and Registrations, College Deans or the Director of General Education. Additional 
information is presented in the combined catalog. For detailed information about 
examinations and procedures in taking them, write to the Director of Advanced 
Placement Program, College Entrance Examination Board, 475 Riverside Drive, 
New York, New York 10027. 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

Class Periods 

Unless otherwise noted, classes during the 1971 summer session will meet on the 
following time schedule; 

Day Classes Evening Classes 

8:00— 9:20 MW 7:00—9:50 p.m. 

9:30—10:50 TTh 7:00—9:50 p.m. 

11:00—12:20 MTWTh 7:00—8:20 p.m. 

12:30— 1:50 MTTh 8:30—9:50 p.m. 
2:00— 3.20 
3:30— 4:50 



general information / 15 



Weekly Class Schedule 



6-weei< classes 

2 credit courses meet 4 days as indicated in the bulletin. 

3 credit courses meet daily. , u ♦ 

4 credit courses meet daily and include multiple periods for laboratory. 

8-week classes 

2 credit courses meet MWF. 

3 credit courses meet MTThF. 

4 credit courses meet daily, plus laboratory time. 
All evening classes, according to schedule. 



Residency Policy of The University of Maryland 

Students w/ho are minors are considered to be resident students if at the time of 
their registration their parents have been domiciled in the State of Maryland for 
at least six months. 

The status of the residence of a minor is determined at the time of his first registra- 
tion in the University and may not thereafter be changed by him unless his par- 
ents move to and become legal residents of Maryland by maintaining such resi- 
dence for at least six months. However, the right of the minor student to change 
from a non-resident status to resident status must be established by his parents 
or legal guardian prior to the registration period set for any semester. 

Adult students are considered to be residents if at the time of their registration 
they have been domiciled in Maryland for at least six months, provided such resi- 
dence has not been acquired v^hile attending any school or college in Maryland 
or elsewhere. An adult may change his status from non-resident to resident by 
withdrawing from the University for six months and remaining in the State as a 
civilian not enrolled in any other institution for more than eight semester hours of 
credit Time spent on active duty in the armed services while stationed in Maryland 
will not be considered as satisfying the six-months period referred to above unless 
the individual's home of record on his official military records is the State of Mary- 
land, in the case of both military personnel and adults, residence may be estab- 
lished through ownership and maintenance of a home in the state which is the 
student's primary place of domicile. 

Procedures are available for reviewing the residence status of students. Individuals 
seeking to appeal the decisions concerning their residence status should contact 
the Office of Admissions. 

The word "domicile" as used in this regulation shall mean the permanent place 
of abode. For the purpose of this rule only one domicile may be maintained. 

Tuition and Fees 

All Students S 4 00 

Auxiliary facilities fee * _ 

Summer Vehicle Registration Fee ^-^^ 

($5.00 for first vehicle and $1.00 each for additional vehicles m ac- 
cordance with published regulations.) 
Recreation fee 



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Undergraduate Students 

Tuition per credit hour $22 00 

Non-resident fee 15 qq 

Per session. Must be paid by all students who are not residents 

of Maryland. 
Application fee 10 00 

Graduate Students 

Application or matriculation fee 10.00 

Payable only once upon admission. Every student must be admitted. 

Tuition per credit hour: 

Resident Student $38.00 

Non-resident Student 48.00 

Maryland Teacher 34 00 

A Maryland teacher is defined for fee assessment purposes as any full-time pro- 
fessional employee of a school or college located in the State of Maryland and 
accredited by the State Department of Education. The teacher must be currently 
under contract or on official leave for the purpose of taking full-time graduate work 
at the University of Maryland. Teachers enrolling in the summer session will be 
considered as being currently under contract provided that they have a valid con- 
tract for the academic year immediately following the summer session. 

CONTRACT STATUS MUST BE ESTABLISHED ANEW AT EACH REGISTRATION 
by the submission of a letter, or other appropriate document, provided by the 
Board of Education of the city or county or principal officer of the school or col- 
lege in which the teacher is employed. If the letter or document is needed by the 
teacher for other puposes, he must supply a photocopy which will be retained by 
the registration clerk. The necessary letter, document, or photocopy must be 
provided at the time of registration. 

Miscellaneous information 

Late registration fee, $20.00, charged on and after June 23. Graduate Language 
Examination Fee, $10.00. 

A fee of $5.00 is charged for change in program after June 25. If such change in- 
volves entrance to a course, it must be approved by the instructor in charge of the 
course entered. Courses cannot be dropped after July 9. All changes must be ap- 
proved by the appropriate dean and filed in the Office of Registrations. 

The graduate fee is $10.00 for bachelor's and master's degrees, and $50.00 for 
doctoral degrees. Students who apply after the end of the second week (after 
July 3) of a summer session will be required to wait for the next academic semes- 
ter in order to obtain a diploma. 

Students enrolled in Applied Music will be assessed a $40.00 fee for each course 
taken, in addition to regular credit hour fees. 

Fees for Auditors and courses taken for audit are the same as those charged for 
courses taken for credit at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. 

Service Charge for Dishonored Check $20.00 

Smaller service charges apply to checks under $100.00. 



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Withdrawal and Refund of Fees 

Any student compelled to leave the University at any time during the summer ses- 
sion must secure the Application for Withdrawal form from the office of his dean 
and file it in the Office of Registrations bearing the proper signatures. If this is 
not done, the student will not be entitled, as a matter of course, to a certificate of 
honorable dismissal, and will forfeit his right to any refunds to which he would 
otherwise be entitled. The date used in computing refunds is the date the Appli- 
cation for Withdrawal is filed in the Office of Registrations. In the case of a minor, 
official withdrawal will be permitted only with the written consent of the student's 
parent or guardian. 

With the exception of the matriculation fee and vehicle rights fee which are not 
refunded, students withdrawing from the University will receive a refund of all 
charges in accordance with the following schedule: 

Period from Date Instruction Begins Refundable 

Percentage 
One week or less ygo/g 

Between one and two weeks 500/0 

Between two and three weeks 20% 

After three weeks 

Refund for Dropping a Course 

All students will be given a 70% refund of Credit Hour Fees for courses dropped 
after the close of the official registration period but before 4:30 on June 25. No 
refunds will be made for courses dropped after June 25. 

Living Accommodations and Food Service 

Residence Hall accommodations are available only to students who are enrolled 
m the Summer School or authorized workshops and conferences. When students 
terminate their academic association with the University, they also terminate their 
room contract. Listings of off campus rooms, apartments, and houses are avail- 
able in the Off Campus Facilities Division of The University Housing Office. 
The facilities of the residence halls typically include study rooms, lounges, recrea- 
tion centers, laundry equipment, and public telephones. The typical student room 
IS for double occupancy and is furnished with beds, chests, desks, and chairs. 
Each resident supplies other essential items such as study lamp, waste basket, 
laundry bag, pillow, linen, and other accessories. The Gordon-Davis Linen Supply 
Company, 1620 North 11th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122, is authorized 
to offer all resident students a complete weekly linen rental service. Additional in- 
formation may be obtained from the company, or arrangements for linen service 
can be made after arrival. 

All students are held responsible for compliance with University and residence 
regulations. 

Residence Hall accommodations are available at the following costs, on the basis 
indicated: 

Regular Residence Halls Double Occupancy Single Occupancy 

Six week session $72.00 $96.00 

Eight week session $96.00 $128.00 

Weekly rates of $12.00 for double room and $16.00 for single room will be charged 
to students enrolled in workshops and other special courses of less than six 
weeks' duration. 



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No room deposit is required for tlie summer session; however, the applicable room 
charge is payable in full at registration. No refunds of room charges will be made 
after the third week of classes. 

Early application for a reservation is advisable. Only those who have made appli- 
cation and received a confirmation of room reservation can be assured that rooms 
are available for them upon their arrival. To secure an application for campus 
residence, please complete and return the Request for Housing Application found 
in the back of this Bulletin. It is impossible to honor ail room assignment requests. 
Since most of the rooms in the residence halls are double rooms, there is no guar- 
antee that a request for a single room can be granted. Applicants will be notified 
by mail after June 1 of the time and place to receive their room assignment. Do 
not call or write prior to this date. The applicant beginning classes on Wednesday, 
June 23, must claim his room in his residence hall by noon on that date. The ap- 
plicant beginning classes at other times must claim his room by reporting to the 
University Housing Office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Otherwise the specific 
room reservation will be cancelled. 

The University residence halls will open for occupancy at 10:00 a.m. Sunday, 
June 20. Students will be expected to move out of the residence halls before 
7:00 p.m. on the day after their classes end. The six week session ends on July 
30. The eight week session ends on August 13. 

Residence hall assignments for the summer in no way affect housing assignments 
for the following academic year. Room assignment is for the summer session only. 
If a student is to be a full-time, single, undergraduate student during the regular 
academic year and wishes to apply for campus residence, he must apply through 
the University Housing Office. 

The following steps are suggested for shipping baggage: (1) address to: Central 
Receiving, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742, (2) be sure all 
postage, shipping, and customs duties are prepaid (shipments will not be ac- 
cepted unless all charges are prepaid), and (3) upon arriving at the University, 
call for luggage at the Central Receiving Warehouse. The University does not make 
delivery to the residence halls. 

Food service is available to all summer students in the University's Dining Halls. 
Meals will be served on a cash-pay-as-you-go basis only. During summer school, 
meals will be served seven-days each week, three meals a day with the exception 
of Sunday evening. 

Student Health 

The University Infirmary, located on the campus near the Student Union, provides 
medical service for the students in the summer session who are taking courses 
on the College Park Campus. Students who are ill should report promptly to the 
University Infirmary in person. Serious emergencies may be reported by phone to 
Ext. 3444, or if transportation for emergency is needed, call 3555 on campus 
phone or 454-3555 on a pay phone. Doctors' office hours are: week days, 9:00 a.m. 
to 4:00 p.m.; weekends, 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Nurses are on duty 24 hours each 
day, and doctors are on call for serious conditions after regular office hours. 

Automobile Registration 

All students are required to register their automobiles at the time of registration 
for classes. Students must bring their operators license and the state or District of 
Columbia automobile registration card containing the automobile tag number. 
Parking stickers for automobiles previously registered for the 1970-1971 academic 



general information / 19 

year will be honored for the 1971 summer session. For automobiles operated by 
new students or non-registered cars operated by continuing students, there will 
be a registration fee. (See page 15.) Vehicles must be registered by the legal 
operator only. ^ 

For use of students, staff members, and employees, several parking lots are pro- 
vided. Students may park in lots 1, 2, 3, 7, and 11 during the summer session with 
a registered car. All other lots are reserved for faculty and staff members Visitor 
wells are reserved for visitors and guests between the hours of 800 a m to 500 
p^m. The University Regulations forbid the parking of cars on any campus road 
These regulations are enforced by the Campus Police Department. 

Libraries 

Libraries of the University are located on the College Park and Baltimore cam- 
puses. They consist of the general University Library (the Theodore R McKeldin 
Library), the Engineering and Physical Science Library, the Chemistry Library 
and the Architecture Library in College Park; and the Health Sciences Library and 
the Law Library in Baltimore. The libraries have a total book collection of over 
1,200,000 cataloged volumes and currently receive more than 15,000 periodicals 
and newspapers. 

In addition to the total of cataloged volumes cited above, the College Park libraries 
contain over 180,000 U.S. government and United Nations documents 350 000 
negatives and prints, 2,600 film strips, 6,000 slides, and thousands of phonograph 
records, maps, and technical reports. 

Bibliographical facilities of these libraries include, in addition to the card catalogs 
printed catalogs of other libraries, e.g., British Museum, Bibliotheque Nationale 
and Library of Congress, as well as trade bibliographies of foreign countries' 
special bibliographies of subject fields, and similar research aids. 

Study carrels in the Theodore R. McKeldin Library are available to faculty mem- 
bers and graduate students whose study and research require extensive use of 
library materials. Lockers are likewise available for assignment to graduate stu- 
dents. Facilities for reading microtext materials, for typing, and for copying are 
also provided. Interlibrary loan service from other institutions is provided for those 
engaged in research. 

University Bookstore 

For the convenience of students, the University maintains a University Bookstore 
in the Student Union Building, where students may obtain at reasonable prices 
textbooks, stationery, classroom materials, and equipment. The Bookstore operates 
on a cash basis. 

For Additional Information 

Detailed information concerning fees and expenses, scholarships and awards, stu- 
dent life, and other material of a general nature, may be found in the University 
publication titled An Adventure in Learning. This publication may be obtained on 
request from the Catalog Mailing Room, North Administration Building, University 
of Maryland at College Park. A detailed explanation of the regulation of student 
and academic life may be found in the University publication titled University 
General and Academic Regulations. This is mailed in September and February of 
each year to all new undergraduate students. Requests for course catalogs for 
the individual schools and colleges should be directed to the deans of these re- 
spective units, addressed to: 



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Colleges Located at College Park 

Dean 

(College in which you are interested) 
The University of Maryland 
College Park, Maryland 20742 

Professional Schools Located in Baltimore 

Dean 

(College in which you are interested) 
The University of Maryland 
Baltimore, Maryland 21201 



SPECIAL SUMMER ACTIVITIES 

As an integral part of its summer program, the University offers a Summer Lecture 
Series; Summer Festival of Fine Arts; Summer Recreation Program; institutes sup- 
ported by the National Science Foundation, National Defense Education Act, and 
other granting organizations; and specialized workshops. Information about these 
events is provided below. 

The Summer Lecture Series 

A series of lectures for members of the University community is planned for the 
1971 summer session. A committee of the faculty selects the theme for the lectures 
and invites the speakers, usually distinguished scholars, national leaders, or im- 
portant state or University officials. The lectures thus become a contribution to 
the social and cultural offerings of the summer session. They are scheduled for 
the convenience of the students and faculty in air conditioned facilities on the Col- 
lege Park Campus. 

1971 Summer Festival 

The 1971 Summer Festival, under the direction of Dr. Paul Traver, will offer the 
campus and community a series of programs in art, dance, drama, film and music. 
Outstanding performers in these media will appear on the College Park campus. A 
complete calendar of events will be distributed at registration. To make it easier 
for students to attend the events, the majority of programs will be scheduled for 
evening and weekend hours and will be located in the air conditioned J. Millard 
Tawes Fine Arts Center. The Festival will offer the summer community a culturally 
enriched atmosphere in which academic studies may be more pleasantly pursued. 

Summer Recreation Program 

To promote and coordinate a summer program of leisure time activities for the 
campus community, the Summer School sponsors a Summer Recreation Program 
directed by Dr. John Churchill. This program includes such activities as square 
dancing; recreational swimming; an art workshop; bridge, chess, and bowling 
tournaments; Softball leagues; and a variety of others. The Summer Recreation 
Office also assists the promotion and coordination of programs offered by other 
units. Special services such as social hours or special swimming sessions may be 
requested by any group. Possession of a University of Maryland staff identification 
card or validated student identification card allows an individual to participate in 
the Summer Recreation Program. A group fee may be charged to cover unusual 
expenses. 



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Institutes and Workshops 

Communication regarding institutes and worl<shops should be addressed to \he 
director, as indicated, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742. 

All worl<shop and institute students must be admitted to the University according 
to procedures described on pages 10 to 12. 

Institutes 

National Science Foundation 

Institute for Teachers of Elementary School Mathematics 

Dr. Robert B. Ashiock, Early Childhood-Elementary Education 
Institute for Teachers of Junior High School Mathematics 

Dr. James T. Fey, Mathematics Department 
Institute for High School Teachers of Biology 

Dr. J. David Lockard, College of Education and Botany 

Workshops 

College of Arts and Sciences 

Archaeological Field School (ANTH 494-694) 6 credits 
June 22-Aug. 29; daily, 8:00-5:00. 
Mr. Melburn Thurman, Director 

The purpose of the field school is to train students in the basic field and lab- 
oratory techniques of archaeology and related anthropological research. Stu- 
dents will be involved in the excavation of contact — Indian and early colonial 
sites in southern Maryland and the laboratory analysis of the materials on 
campus. For further information, contact the director in the Department of 
Anthropology. 

Workshop in Dance (DANC 489) 3 credits 
June 21-July 9; daily, 9:30-12:30 
Mr. Walter Nicks, Director 

To offer an opportunity for Jazz: its style; its presentation; its history and 
teaching approaches. 

Institute in Hispanic Language and Literature 
June 21-August 13; MTWTh 
Barbara Willoughby-MacDonald, Director 

To provide a concentration primarily on the acquisition and proficiency of the 
skills of understanding and speaking vi^ith attention to advanced courses in a 
continuous exposure to Spanish in a Hispanic atmosphere. 

College of Business and Public Administration 

Managerial Mathematics Workshop (BSAD 000) credit (billed for 3 credit hours) 
June 21-August 13; MTuThF; 7.00-9.30 P.M. 
Mr. Theodore Mattheiss, Director 

The purpose of this course is to present mathematical concepts necessary for 
Economic, Managerial and Systems Analysis. The minimum mathematical tools 
required for courses in this area include elementary matrix algebra, elementary 
probability theory, mathematical relationships, and optimization of functions 
of one variable. 

College of Education 

Human Relations in Educational Administration (EDAD 499A) 6 credits 
June 21-July 30; daily, 9.30-3.00 



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Dr. Clarence A. Newell, Director 

This workshop is concerned with the development of leadership teams cap- 
able of providing in-service programs in human relations in local school sys- 
tems. In addition to basic theory, the workshop will center on the practice and 
acquisition of specific relations skills. 

Places will be held for teams for whom reservations have been made by 
March 1, by the various Maryland schools and school systems. If the reserva- 
tions exceed the number of places, the Director of the Workshop will decide 
which reservations will be honored. After March 1, the Workshop will be 
available on a first-come-first-served basis to anyone who has been admitted 
to the Graduate School of the University. 

Instructional Materials (EDUC 499B) 3 credits 

June 23-July 13; daily 1:00-4:30; Educational Technology Center, College of 

Education 
Dr. Margaret W. Chisholm 

This workshop will give teachers, librarians, and administrators the oppor- 
tunity to work on problems in the selection, organization, and utilization of 
instructional materials in school programs. It also covers changes in educa- 
tion as they affect the Instructional Materials Program, with emphasis on the 
newer media of instruction as well as traditional printed materials. 

Supervision of Student Teachers (EDUC 499A) 3 credits 
June 23-July 14; arranged 
Dr. R. Ross Hempstead, Director 

This workshop is planned for experienced personnel who are interested in 
studying the characteristics of good student teaching programs; the roles of 
the various cooperating personnel such as the cooperating teacher, the col- 
lege supervisor, the principal, the academic supervisor, etc.; and an analysis 
of teaching. 

Vocational Education (EDIN 499D) 1 credit 
Section 1 — June 23-August 11 
Section 2 — June 23-August 11 
Section 3 — June 23-August 11 

European Travel Seminar (EDEL 499K) 6 credits 
June 22-August 3 
Dr. Richard O'Donnell, Director 

The seminar is conducted as a supervised study tour designed to observe and 
experience cultures of various countries through travel, directed field study 
and an integrated series of lectures. Lectures may cover the historical geo- 
graphical, political, economic and social aspects of a country or area. The 
tour will include major cities of the continent and London. Visits will include 
historic buildings, museums, and galleries, with ample free time for operas, 
concerts, ballet, shopping and independent travel. The seminar provides six 
semester hours of content undergraduate credit and is accepted by the 
Maryland State Department for certification. (Consent of instructor required.) 

Human Development Workshops 
Dr. Harry B. Green, Director 

The Direct Study of Children and Youth (EDHD 313-613) 3 credits 
(Laboratory in Behavior Analysis) July 12-July 30; daily, 12:30-3:00. 
Leaders and prospective leaders of Child and Youth Study groups are pro- 
vided basic training through lecture-discussion, laboratory periods, and library 
work. 



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Application of Human Development Principles (EDHD 499-C) 2 credits 
August 2-August 13; daily, 8:00-12:00. 

As new research findings emerge in human development, educational prac- 
tices must necessarily be reevaluated. That is the purpose of this workshop. 

Education Leadership (EDHD 499-K) 2 credits 

June 7-June 18; daily, 8:00-12:00. (Prior to regular Summer Session). 
Group processes and leadership techniques will be the focus of this work- 
shop. Students and instructor(s) will be involved in a series of growth experi- 
ences as well as evaluating research related to group processes. 

Workshop For Teachers of Disadvantaged Youth (EDSE 499-B) 3 credits 
June 21-July 9; daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. Christine Biaiek, Director 

For pre-service or in-service teachers who are currently teaching disad- 
vantaged youth or are interested in such teaching. The workshop will provide 
background material, laboratory skill training, and field research opportunities 
related to the target population. Prerequisite: teaching experience, and/or 
Human Development and Education or its equivalent. In special cases: permis- 
sion of instructor. 

Team Teaching (EDSE 499-D) 3 credits 
June 21-July 9; daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. George Funaro, Director 

This workshop is designed to analyze the theoretical assumptions behind the 
team teaching organizational pattern. Teachers and administrators will also 
have an opportunity to develop team teaching projects to be implemented in 
their local schools. There will be lectures by the director and distinguished 
consultants, films, outside visits, development of personal team teaching 
project, etc. 

Teaching Family Relationships in The Secondary School (EDSE 499-L) 3 credits 
July 12-July 30, daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. Louise Lemmon, Director 

This workshop, offered primarily for secondary Home Economics teachers, 
will focus on analysis of the content of family studies appropriate to the sec- 
ondary school, and synthesis of conceptual curriculum plans for teaching 
human development and family studies. The workshop will feature seminar 
sessions, conferences regarding individual projects and field trips to agencies 
working with families. 

Recent Trends in Methods of Teaching Home Economics (EDSE 499-M) 3 credits 
June 21-July 9; daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. Kinsey B. Green, Director 

This workshop designed primarily for Home Economics teachers, will focus 
on analysis of recent trends in teaching methods, application of the metho- 
dology of conceptual teaching, evaluation of teaching according to research 
models and analysis of the relationship between learning theory, communica- 
tion theory, and methods of teaching. Workshop format will emphasize semi- 
nar sessions and individual projects, including a micro-teaching experience. 

Distributive Education Topics (EDSE 499-P) 3 credits 
July 5-July 23, daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. C. Raymond Anderson, Director 

Workshop aimed at reorienting and retraining teachers for instructional pat- 
terns to fit occupational demands and individual student needs in regular and 
special areas. Participants will be involved in developing curriculum materials 
and teaching approaches adaptable to individual and special needs. 



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Interpersonal Communications and Human Relations in the Classroom 

(EDSE 499-R) 3 credits 

July 12-July 30, daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. George Funaro, Director 

Consideration of the human factor in the teaching-learning (educational) 
process. Emphasis on interpersonal communication techniques including role- 
playing, analysis of group assessment, and structured approaches to the 
examination of behavior in emotional and stress situations with the expecta- 
tion that understanding of a teacher's behavior requires, among other things, 
his awareness of how he himself affects the interpersonal relationship because 
of his own point of view and consequent behavior. 

Workshop in Ethnic Studies (EDSE 499-Y) 3 credits 
June 21-July 9; daily 9:30-3:30 
Dr. Arthur Adkins, Director 

Workshop aimed at studying and preparing curriculum plans in ethnic studies 
including contribution to American culture of minority groups. Sponsored 
jointly by the University of Maryland and the Maryland State Department of 
Public Instruction. Credit in either Elementary or Secondary Education as 
desired. 

College of Home Economics 

Special Topics — Helping Families with Managerial and Consumer Problems 

(FMCD 490) 3 credits 

June 21-July 17; daily 9:00-12:30 

Dr. Charlotte V. Churaman, Director 

This workshop is designed to aid men and women who work in family-centered 

programs in (1) clarifying key concepts in the development and use of family 

resources and (2) designing approaches for helping families with consumer 

activities and task performance to meet family goals. 

Resource speakers will discuss alternative proposals for government income 

subsidies, legal aspects of consumer problems and the evaluation of family 

progress. 

Participants who wish to pursue individual follow-up projects on their own 

jobs or in volunteer programs in their home communities may enroll for 1-3 

extra credit hours. They would participate in a follow-up conference to be 

arranged. 

Special Topics — Helping Families with Managerial and Consumer Problems 
(HOEC 678) 3 credits 

See description for FMCD 490. 

College of Physical Education, Recreation and Health 

Advancements in Health Science and Health Education (HLTH 489-A) 3-6 credits 
June 23-July 30; daily, 9.00-12.00 
Dr. Herbert L. Jones, Director 

Update school health personnel in latest developments in research in content 
areas of mental health, consumer health, and environmental health. 

Current Issues in Health Education (HLTH 489-K) 3-6 credits 
June 23-July 30; daily, 9:00-3:00 
Dr. Dan Leviton and Mrs. Doris Sands, Co-Directors 

This course will be set up to include three separate parts. The first ten days 
will deal with the area of Death Education and Suicide Prevention, the second 
ten days will receive a concentration in the area of drug education, and the 
third segment deals with Human Sex and Sex Education; students will be 



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allowed to enroll in any of the three sections and receive three credits. The 
maximum for any one student will be six credit hours received by enrolling 
in two of the three areas. 

Motor Learning: Implications for Teaching (HLTH 489-B) 3 credits 
July 9-July 21; daily, 12:30-4:00 p.m. 
Dr. Joan Hult and Dr. Alice Love, Directors 

To "transform" Motor learning research results into practical teaching appli- 
cations. 

Outdoor Education Workshop (RECR 454) 6 credits 
June 23-July 30; daily, 9.00-3.00 and arranged 
Dr. George Eley, Director 

The Outdoor Education Workshop, offered in cooperation with and on behalf 
of the local and state education authorities, will present the philosophy, ac- 
tivities, materials, and methods recommended for modern outdoor education 
practice. Course content will involve group discussion and projects, practice 
sessions both on and off campus, trips, presentations by visiting specialists 
and preparation and use of visual aids and curricular materials. Activity areas 
will range through the sciences and outdoor recreational skills. At least one 
week will be spent in a camp setting. Laboratory and field trip fees will be in 
addition to regular credit hour fees. Students in the College of Education who 
plan to apply this credit toward a degree program should obtain the authori- 
zation of their advisers. 



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COURSE OFFERINGS 



Unless otherwise noted, classes which meet daily run for six weeks, June 23- 
July 30, and classes which meet on the M.T.Th.F. schedule run for eight 
weeks, June 24-August 13. 

An "S" before a course number denotes that the course is offered in the summer 
session only. An "S" after a course number indicates a regular course modified 
for offering during the summer session. A more complete course description may 
be found in the respective college catalogues. 

The University may find it necessary to cancel courses due to low enrollment. 
In general, freshman and sophomore courses will not be held for classes smaller 
than 20. Minimum enrollments for upper level undergraduate courses and gradu- 
ate courses will be 15 and 10 respectively. 

THE UNIVERSITY HAS ADOPTED A NEW COURSE NUMBERING SYSTEM WHICH 
GOES INTO EFFECT WITH THE SUMMER SCHOOL OF 1971. COURSES IN THIS 
CATALOGUE ARE LISTED BY THE NEW NUMBERS. HOWEVER, FOR THE CON- 
VENIENCE OF THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN USING THEM, THE OLD NUMBERS 
HAVE BEEN PLACED BETWEEN SLASHES AFTER THE TITLE OF THE COURSE. 

Example: 

AGEC 699. Special Problems in Agricultural Economics (1-2 var cr) 7301/ 
0101 Arranged ARR Staff 

In the above example ARR refers to the fact that the room number and the 
building ore to be arranged. Staff means that the faculty will be provided 
from the departmental staff. 



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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS 

AG EC 399 

Special Problems (1-2 Var Or) /198/ 
(Not for graduate credit) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AG EC 699 

Special Problems in Agricultural Economics (1-2 Var Cr) 7301/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AG EC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AG EC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

AG EN 489 

Senior Problem (02) 71897 
(Approval of Department) 

0101 Arranged Staff 



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AG EN 499 

Special Problems in Farm Mechanics (1-3 Var Cr) /198/ 
Approval of Department. Not acceptable for AGEN Majors. 
Problems assigned in proportion to amount of credit. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGEN 699 

Special Problems in Agricultural and Aquacultural 
Engineering (1-6 Var Cr) 7301/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGEN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGEN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGRONOMY 

AGRO 499 

Special Problems in Agronomy (1-3 Var Cr) 71987 

(Prerequisites Agro 202. 406, 407, or permission of instructor) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGRO 608 

Research Methods (02) 72087 
(Prerequisite — Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGRO 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AGRO 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ANIMAL SCIENCE 

ANSC 399 

Special Problems in Animal Science (1-2 Var Cr) 71987 
(Prerequisite — Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ANSC 660 

Poultry Literature (1-4 Var Cr) 72627 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ANSC 663 

Poultry Nutrition Laboratory (02) 72637 

0101. Arranged Creek 

ANSC 699 

Special Problems in Animal Science (1-2 Var Cr) 73017 

Prerequisite — Approval of staff. Work assigned in proportion 
to amount of credit. 

0101 Arranged Staff 



E 


001 


E 


244 


Harrison 


E 


001 


E 


244 


Staff 


E 


001 


E 


247 


Staff 



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ANSC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ANSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

BOTANY 

BOTN 100 

General Botany (04) 7001/ 

0101 MTuThF 8/MTuThF 9:30-10:30 

0102 MTuThF 8/MTuThF 11:00-12:30 

0103 MTuThF 8/MTuThF 12:30- 2:30 

BOTN 301 

Plants and Mankind (02) /136/ 

Prerequisite — Botn 100 or equivalent. Only to participants 
in NSF Institute 

0101 MTuThF 1-3 E 211 Rappleye 

BOTN 389 

Tutorial Readings in Botany (Honors Course) (2-3 Var Cr) 7195/ 
(See College of Agriculture Bulletin for details) 
0101 W9-4 E 001 Menefee 

BOTN 398 

National Science Foundation Institute Seminar — Summer Institute 
For Biology Teachers (02) /199S/ 
Open only to participants in the NSF Institute For Biology 
Teachers. Two or three hour sessions or all day field trips. 

0101 W9-5 E 001 Menefee, Staff 

BOTN 399 

Research Problems in Botany (Honors Course) (2-3 Var Cr) 7196/ 
Prerequisite— Botn 389S. See College of Agriculture Bulletin 
for details. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

BOTN 407 

Teaching Methods in Botany (02) /151S/ 

Prerequisite — Botn 100 or Equivalent. Open only to participants 
in the NSF Institute. 

0101 MTuThF 1-2.50 E 341 Menefee 

BOTN 411 

Plant Anatomy (03) 7111/ 

0101 TuTh 9.30/MTuThF 10.30-12.10 E 211 E 211 Rappleye 

BOTN 441 

Plant Physiology (04) 7101/ 
Prerequisites — Botn 100 and General Chemistry or their equivalents. 
Open only to participants in the NSF Institute. 

0101 MTuThF 8/MTuThF 9-1.50 E 201 E 341 Lockard 

BOTN 477 

Marine Plant Biology (04) 7171/ 
Prerequisite — Botn 100 or General Biology, Organic Chemistry or 
the Consent of the Instructor. To be offered at the Chesapeake 
Bay Laboratory, Solomons, Md. Enrollment limited to 15 students. 

0101 Arranged Krauss, Staff 



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BOTN 497 

Special Problems in Marine Research (1-3 Var Cr) 7172/ 

0101 Arranged Krauss, Staff 

BOTN 699 

Special Problems in Botany — Marine Botany (1-3 Var Cr) 7301/ 

0101 Arranged Krauss, Staff 

BOTN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

BOTN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENTOMOLOGY 

ENTM 100 

Insects (03) 7005. 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 O 120 Staff 

ENTM 399 

Special Problems (1-3 Var Cr) 71987 

(Credit and prerequisites determined by the Department) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENTM 407 

Entomology For Science Teachers (04) 7121S7 
(Open only to participants in the NSF Institute) 

0101 MTuThF 87MTuThF 9 O 120 O 200 Messersmith 

ENTM 699 

Advanced Entomology (1-6 Var Cr) 73017 

(Credit and prerequisites determined by the Department) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENTM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENTM 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

FOOD SCIENCE 

FDSC 399 

Special Problems in Food Science (1-3 Var Cr) 71987 
(Prerequisite — Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

FDSC 699 

Special Problems in Food Science (1-4 Var Cr) 73017 
Credit according to time scheduled and magnitude of problem. 
Prerequisite — Chem 461 and Permission of Faculty. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

FDSC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



GEOL 100 




Geology (03) 7001/ 




0101 MTuThF 9.30 


E 053 


0201 MTuThF 11 


E 053 



agriculture / 33 

FDSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

GEOLOGY 



Seigrist 
Seigrist 

HORTICULTURE 

HORT 399 

Special Problems (2-4 Var Cr) 7198/ 
(For students majoring in Horticulture or Botany) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

HORT 699 

Special Problems in Horticulture (1-3 Var Cr) 7301/ 
(Limited to Horticultural Majors) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

HORT 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

HORT 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RURAL EDUCATION 

RLED 325 

Directed Experience in Extension Education (1-5 Var Cr) 71217 
(Satisfactory academic average and permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Ryden 

RLED 487 

Conservation of National Resources (03) 71707 
Travel fee $17.50 in addition to the regular credit 
hour fees. Taken concurrently with RLED 497. Meets daily. 

0101 Arranged E 153 Staff 

RLED 497 

Conservation of Natural Resources (03) 71717 
Travel fee $17.50 in addition to the regular credit hour 
fees. Taken concurrently with RLED 487. Meets daily. 

0101 Arranged E 153 Staff 

RLED 488 

Critique in Rural Education (01) 71807 

(Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RLED 489 

Critique in Rural Education (01) 71807 
(Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 



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RLED 499 

Special Problems (1-3 Var Cr) /198/ 
(Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RLED 626 

Program Development in Extension Education (02) 7225/ 
(Prerequisite — RLED 422 or equivalent) 

0101 Arranged Ryden 

RLED 689 

Special Topics in Rural Education (02) 7207/ 
(Permission of instructor) 

0101 Arranged Nelson 

RLED 699 

Special Problems (1-3 Var Cr) 7301/ 
(Prerequisite — Approval of Staff) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RLED 789 

Special Topics in Rural Education (02) 72087 
(Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RLED 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RLED 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



AMERICAN STUDIES 

AM ST 437 

Readings in American Studies (03) /138/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 A 050 Beall 

AMST 628 

Seminar in American Studies (03) /201/ 

0101 MTh 7 A 050 Beall 

AMST 639 

Reading Course in Selected Aspects of American Civilization 
I (03) 7255/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AMST 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

AMST 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 



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ANTHROPOLOGY 



ANTH 101 

Introduction to Anthropology — Archaeology and Physical 

Anthropology (03) 7001/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 C 079 

0201 MTuThF 11 AA 009 



Anderson 
Rosen 



ANTH 271 

Language and Culture (03) 7071/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



C 090 



Fidelholtz 



ANTH 391A 

Research Problems — Primate Anatomy (03) 7191/ 

0101 Arranged Rosen 

ANTH 401 

Cultural Anthropology — Principles and Processes (03) 71017 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 C 098 Hoffman 



ANTH 436 

Primitive Technology and Economy (03) 71367 
0101 MTuThF 12.30 T 010 



Anderson 



ANTH 471 

Introduction 
0101 



to Linguistics 
MTuThF 12.30 



(03) 71717 

T 



103 



Fidelholtz 



ANTH 494 

Field Methods in Archaeology (06) 71947 
(June 23 to August 30— Daily 8-5) 
0101 Arranged 

ANTH 687 

Current Developments in Anthropology — Ethnohistory of 
North America (03) 7287B7 

0101 MTuThF 11 TH 111 



Thurman 



Hoffman 



ANTH 691 

Special Problems in Anthropology — Primate Anatomy (03) 7291/ 

0101 Arranged Rosen 

ANTH 694 

Advanced Field Training in Archaeology (06) 72947 
(June 23 to August 30— Daily 8-5) 

0101 Arranged Thurman 



ART EDUCATION 



ARTE 100 

Fundamentals of Art Education (03) 70407 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 NN 330 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 NN 330 

0301 MTuThF 8.00 NN 328 

0401 MTuThF 9.30 NN 328 

0501 MTuThF 11 NN 328 



Lembach 
Lembach 

McWhinnie 
Longley 

McWhinnie 



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ART HISTORY 

ARTH 260 

History of Art (03) /060/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 

ARTH 261 

History of Art (03) /061/ 
0101 MTuThF 11 

ARTH 413 

Medieval Art (03) 7167/ 
0101 MTuTliF 11 



NN 214 



NN 214 



NN 320 



ARTH 476 

History of American Art (03) 7158/ 

0101 MTuTliF 9.30 NN 320 

ARTH 498 

Directed Studies in Art History (2-3 Var Cr) 7194, 1957 
0101 Arranged 

ARTH 698 

Directed Graduate Studies in Art History (03) 72947 
0101 Arranged 

ARTH 798 

Directed Graduate Study in Art History (03) 72957 
0101 Arranged 

ARTH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

ARTH 899 Cr) 74997 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var 
0101 Arranged 

ART 



ARTS 100 

Design I (03) 70127 

0101 MTuWThF 8-10 
0201 MTuWThF 10-12 

ARTS 110 

Drawing I (03) 70167 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 
0201 MTuWThF 1-3 
0301 MTuWThF 8-10 

ARTS 200 

Design II (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 

ARTS 210 

Drawing II (03) 70267 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 

ARTS 220 

Painting I (03) 70177 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 
0201 MTuWThF 1-3 
0301 MTuWThF 10-12 



HH 012 
HH 012 



NN 232 
NN 332 
NN 230 



HH 022 



NN 232 



NN 232 
NN 232 
NN 230 



Denny 

Jordan 

Denny 

Jordan 

Staff 

Staff 

Staff 

Staff 
Staff 



Kahn 
Green 



Green 

Gelman 

Kahn 



Kahn 



Isen 



Klank 
Dillinger 
Gelman 



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ARTS 224 

Painting II (03) 7117/ 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 224 Dillinger 

0201 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 332 Niese 

ARTS 230A 

Sculpture I (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 139 Reid 

0201 MTuThF 1-3 NN 139 Reid 

ARTS 230B 

Sculpture I — Exploration in 3 Dimensional Composition (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 1-3 NN 137 Freeny 

ARTS 240 

Printmaking I (03) 7119/ 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 FF 025 Forbes 

0201 MTuWThF 1-3 FF 025 Isen 

ARTS 310 

Drawing III (03) 7126/ 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 224 Jamieson 

ARTS 320 

Painting III (03) 71277 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 332 Niese 

0201 MTuWThF 1-3 NN 224 Jamieson 

ARTS 330 

Sculpture II (03) 7128B7 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 137 Freeny 

ARTS 331 

Sculpture III (03) 71387 

0101 MTuWThF 10-12 NN 137 Freeny 

ARTS 340 

Printmaking II (03) 71297 

0101 MTuWThF 1-3 FF 022 Forbes 

ARTS 440 

Printmaking III (03) 71397 

0101 MTuWThF 1-3 FF 022 Forbes 

ARTS 498 

Directed Studies in Studio Art (2-3 Var Cr) 7192, 1937 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ARTS 698 

Directed Graduate Studies in Studio Art (03) 72927 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ARTS 798 

Directed Graduate Studies in Studio Art (03) 7293, 295/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ASTRONOMY 

ASTR 100 

Introduction to Astronomy (03) 7001/ 
(Meets June 24 to July 31) 

0101 MTuW 7.30-97Th 7.30-9.30 P.M. Z 171 Z 171 Staff 



NN 


224 


NN 


332 


NN 


139 


NN 


139 


iona 
NN 


1 Con 
137 


FF 


025 


FF 


025 


NN 


224 


NN 


332 


NN 


224 


NN 


137 


NN 


137 


FF 


022 


FF 


022 



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ASTR 399 

Honors Seminar (Cr Arr) 7190/ 
Enrollment is limited to students admitted to tiie honors program 
in Astronomy. Credit according to worl< assigned. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ASTR 411 

Observational Astronomy (03) 7110/ 

0101 Arranged A'Hearn, Erickson 

ASTR 498 

Special Problems in Astronomy (Cr Arr) 7150/ 

Prerequisite — Major in Phys or Astr and/or consent of advisor. 
Research or special study. Credit according to work accomplished. 



0101 Arranged 
ASTR 498A 

Special Problems in Astronomy — NSF Institute (06) /150A/ 
0101 Arranged 
ASTR 699 

Special Problems in Advanced Astronomy (1-6 Var Cr) /250/ 
(Credit according to work assigned) 
0101 Arranged 
ASTR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 
0101 Arranged 
ASTR 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 
0101 Arranged 

BIOLOGY 

BIOL 101 

Organization and Interrelationships in the Biological World 
(03) 7001/ 

0101 MTuThF 11-12.20 E 001 

CHEMISTRY 

CHEM 102 

Chemistry of Man's Environment (04) 70077 

0101 MTuThF 9.30-1 0.507MTh 1-4 C 130 C 179 

0102 MTuThF 9.30-1 0.507MTh 1-4 C 130 C 180 

0103 MTuThF 9.30-1 0.507TuF 1-4 C 130 C 179 
CHEM 103 

College Chemistry I (04) 70087 

0101 MTuThF 11-12.207TUF l7MTh 1-4 



0102 MTuThF 11-12.207TuF l7MTh 1-4 

0103 MTuThF 11-12.207TuF l7MTh 1-4 

CHEM 104 

College Chemistry II (04) 70097 

0101 MTuThF 11-12.207TuF l7MTh 1-4 

0102 MTuThF 11-l2.207TuF 17MTh 1-4 

0103 MTuThF 11-12.207TuF 17MTh 1-4 



132 
132 
132 

130 
130 
130 



186 
189 
192 

117 
118 
119 



Staff 



Gardner 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Motta 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



079 

Staff 
215 

Staff 
076 

Staff 



080 

Staff 
081 

Staff 
093 

Staff 



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CHEM 219 

Elements of Quanitative Analysis (04) 7019/ 

Prerequisite — Chem 003. Four lectures and four three-hour 
laboratory periods per week. 

0101 MTuThF 12.30/MTuTh 8 C 132 C 306 Stuntz 

CHEM 237 

Elementary Organic Chemistry (02) 7037/ 

Prerequisite — Chem 104, 106, and/or the old 035. 
Four lectures per week. 

0101 MTuThF 12:30 Z 140 Staff 

CHEM 238 

Elementary Organic Laboratory (02) 7038/ 

Prerequisite — Chem 104, 106, old 036, or old 040. 
Four three-four laboratory periods per week. 

0101 MTuThF 8-11 C 186 Staff 

CHEM 461 

Biochemistry I (03) 71617 

0101 MTuThF 9.30-10.50 C 134 Staff 

CHEM 475 

Oceanography (03) 

0101 MTuThF 11-12.20 C 134 Sommer 

CHEM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

CHEM 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

CHINESE 

CHIN 101 

Elementary Chinese (03) 70017 
June 23-July 16. Register for ChinlOl and7or Chin 102 on June 21 
or 23 as separate courses. This course meets three times daily — 
first lecture 8-9 — drill 9.30-10.20 — second lecture 11-12. A student 
enrolled in Chin 102 and7or 101 may not take any other course 
in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuWThF 8-12 G 307 Loh 

CHIN 102 

Elementary Chinese (03) 70027 
July 19-August 13. Register for Chin 102 and7or 101 on June 21 
or 22 as separate courses. This course meets three times daily 
—first lecture 8-9— drill 9.30-10.20— second lecture 11-12. A stu- 
dent enrolled in Chin 102 and7or 101 may not take any other 
course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuWThF 8-12 G 307 Loh 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 

CMLT 401 

Introductory Survey of Comparative Literature (03) 71017 
(Prerequisite — Engl 202 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 Greenwood 



arts and sciences / 41 

CMLT 479 

Major Contemporary Authors (03) 7145/ 
(Prerequisite — Engl 202 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThFII A 050 Salamanca 

CMLT 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

CMLT 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

COMPUTER SCIENCE 

CMSC 103 

Introductory Algorithmic Methods (03) 70127 
(Prerequisite — Math 111 or equivalent) 

0101 MWF 117TuTh 8 MM 204 MM 216 Staff 

(8 weeks) 

CMSC 110 

Elementary Algorithmic Analysis (03) 70207 

(Prerequisite — Math 141 or equivalent or concurrent registration) 

0201 MWF 87TuTh 8 MM 204 MM 216 Staff 

(8 weeks) 

CMSC 210 

Language and Structure of Computers (03) 71007 
(Prerequisite — CMSC 110 or equivalent) 

0101 MWF 9.307TuTh 9.30 MM 204 MM 216 Staff 

(8 weeks) 

CMSC 340 

Introduction to Discrete Structures (03) 71027 
(Prerequsite — CMSC 110 or equivalent. Cross listed with ENEE 450) 

0101 MTuThFII MM 236 Staff 

CMSC 410 

Computer Organization (03) 71607 
(Prerequisite — CMSC 210 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 MM 241 Staff 

CMSC 420 

Data and Storage Structures (03) 71507 

0101 MTuThF 11 MM 207 Staff 

CMSC 440 

Structure of Programming Languages (03) 71407 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 MM 241 Staff 

CMSC 498A 

Special Problems in Computer Science (1-3 Var Cr) 7190A7 

0101 Arranged Staff 

CMSC 799 

Master's Thesis Research {^-6 Var Cr) /3997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

CMSC 818 

Advanced Topics in Computer Science (03) 7290A7 

0101 Arranged Staff 



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CMSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

DANCE 

DANC 200 

Introduction to Dance (03) 7032/ 

0101 MTuWThFII EE 008 Staff 

DANC 100 

Dance Techniques (02 70527 

0101 !ViTuWThF9.30 EE 015 Staff 

DRAMATIC ART 

DART 110 

Introduction to the Theater (03) 70167 

0101 MTuThF9.30 NN 055 Pugliese 

DART 120 

Acting (03) 70087 

0101 MTuThFS.OO NN 055 Zelenka 

DART 170 

Stagecraft (03) 70147 

0101 MTuThF9.30 NN 057 Most)0 

DART 311 

Play Production (03) 71137 

(Prerequisite — Dart 110 or Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MTuThFS.OO FF 024 Vaughan 

DART 479 

Theater Workshop (03 71397 
(Prerequisite — Dart 120 or 170) 

0101 Arranged McClure 

DART 698 

Seminar Studies in Theatre (03) 72707 

0101 MTuThFS.OO NN 122 Meersman 

ENGLISH 

ENGL 101 

Composition (03) 70017 

Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



0101 


MTuThFS.OO 


RR 


017 


0201 


MTuThTFS.OO 


RR 


015 


0301 


MTuThF9.30 


Y 


001 


0501 


MTuThF 11:00 


T 


203 


0601 


MTuThF 12.30 


Q 


133 


ENGL 201 








World Literature (03) 70037 






0101 


MTuThFS.OO 


A 


049 


0201 


MTuThF 9.30 


A 


049 


0301 


MTuThF 9.30 


Y 


002 


0401 


MTuThF 11.00 


A 


049 


0501 


MTuThF 12.30 


RR 


115 



arts and sciences / 43 



ENGL 202 

World Literature (03) 7004/ 



0101 


IVITuThF 8.00 


A 


048 


0201 


MTuThF9.30 


Y 


004 


0301 


MTuThF 11.00 


A 


048 


0401 


MTuThF 11.00 


A 


159 


0501 


MTuThF 12.30 


RR 


021 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



ENGL 221 

American Literature — Beginning to 1865 (03) 7057/ 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 A 049 

ENGL 222 

American Literature — 1865 to Present (03) 7058/ 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 RR 022 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 A 161 

0301 MTuThF 11.00 A 258 



Martin 



Weigant 

Hiatt 

Potash 



ENGL 402 

Chaucer (03) 71047 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 
0201 MTuThF 9.30 



RR 003 
A 048 



ENGL 405 

Major Works of Shakespeare (03) 71177 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 A 043 

0201 MTuThF 12.30 RR 020 



ENGL 414 

Milton (03) 71217 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 



RR 003 



Rutherford 
Steinberg 



Smith 
Barry 



Wilson 



ENGL 416 

Literature of the Eighteenth Century (03) 71257 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 RR 007 



Tyson 



ENGL 419 

Major British Writers (03) 71427 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



A 258 



Staff 



ENGL 424 

Late Victorian and Edwardian Literature (03) 71367 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 A 174 



Cate 



ENGL 430 

American Literature, Beginning to 1810, the Colonial and Federal 
Periods (03) 71807 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 RR 22 Vitzthum 



ENGL 431 

American Literature, 1810 to 1865, the American 
Renaissance (03) 71817 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 A 159 



Gravely 



ENGL 433 

American Literature, 1914 to the Present, the Modern Period (03) 71837 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 A 159 Dunn 

0201 MTuThF 11.00 A 161 Moore 



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ENGL 434 

American Drama (03) 7146/ 
0101 MTuThF 12.30 



RR 007 



ENGL 435 

American Poetry — Beginning to the Present (03) 7147/ 
MTuThF 9.30 RR 5 

ENGL 454 

iVIodern Drama (03) 7144/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 RR 7 



Bryer 



Vanegmond 



Kimble 



ENGL 455 

The English Novel (03) 7139/ 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 T 102 

ENGL 457 

The Modern Novel (03) 7145/ 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 RR 005 



Ward L 



Kleine 



ENGL 460 

Introduction to Folklore (03) 71577 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 RR 005 

ENGL 481 

Introduction to English Grammar (03) 70087 
0101 MTuThF 8.00 RR 021 

ENGL 482 

History of English Language (03) 71017 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 RR 003 



Fry 



James J 



Herman 



ENGL 498 

Creative Writing (03) 71707 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



RR 020 



Jellema 



ENGL 601 

Bibliography and Methods (03) 72017 

0101 MW4-6 RR 015 

0201 MW7-9 RR 017 



Cooper 
Spurgeon 



ENGL 623 

Special Studies in English Literature— 18th Century 
Literature (03) 72637 

0101 TuF1-3 RR 022 



Alkon 115 



ENGL 627 
Special Studies in American Literature — American Literature 
Since 1865 (03) 72677 

0101 TuTh7-9 RR 017 



Lawson 



ENGL 719 

Seminar in Renaissance Literature (03) 72067 

0101 MTh 4-6 A 240 

0201 MTh 7-9 RR 007 



Zeeveld 
Houppert 



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ENGL 728 

Seminar in Seventeenth Century Literature (03) /211/ 
0101 TuF 1.30-3.30 A 028 

ENGL 729 

Seminar in Eighteenth Century Literature (03) 7212/ 
0101 TuF 1.30-3.30 A 2.40 

ENGL 738 

Seminar in Nineteenth Century Literature (03) 7214/ 
0101 IVlTh 7-9 A 028 

ENGL 748 

Seminar in American Literature (03) 72267 

0101 MTh4-6 A 028 

0201 MTh 7-9 A 240 

ENGL 749 

Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (03) 72417 
0101 TuF 1.30-3.30 A 028 

0201 MTh 1-3 RR 019 

ENGL 799 

IVIaster's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

ENGL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
0101 Arranged 



Mish 



Myers 



Kinnaird 



Hovey 
Lutwack 



Bode 
Russell 



Staff 



Staff 



FRENCH 

FREN 001 

Elementary French for Graduate Students (Audit) 70007 
(This course is billed for three credit hours) 

0101 MTuThF 8-9.20 LL 012 Staff 

FREN 101 

Elementary French (03) 70017 

June 23-July 16. Register for Fren 101 and7or 102 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. This course meets four hours MTuThF. Lec- 
tures 9, 10 and 12 plus one drill at 8 or 11. A student enrolled in 
French 101 and7or 102 may not take any other course in the Sum- 
mer Session. 

0101 MTuThF 8-1 LL 001 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 8-1 LL 013 Staff 

FREN 102 

Elementary French (03) 70027 

July 19-August 13. Register for Fren 102 and7or 101 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. This course meets four hours MTuThF. Lec- 
tures 9, 10 and 12 plus one drill at 8 or 11. A student enrolled in 
French 101 and7or 102 may not take any other course in the Sum- 
mer Session. 

0101 MTuThF 8-1 LL 001 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 8-1 LL 013 Staff 



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FREN 111 

Intermediate French (03) /006/ 
June 23-July 16. Register for Fren 111 and/or 112 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. A student enrolled in Fren 111 and/or 112 
may not take any other course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuThF 8-10/MTuThF 11 LL 220 LL 220 

FREN 112 

Intermediate French (03) 7007/ 
July 19- August 13. Register for Fren 112 and/or 111 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. A student enrolled in Fren 112 and/or 111 
may not take any other course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuThF 8-10/MTuThF 11 LL 220 LL 220 



Staff 



Fi^EN 312 

Advanced Conversation (03) 7081/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



LL 012 



Staff 



Staff 



FREN 401 

Advanced Composition (03) 71037 
0101 MTuWTh 7-8.20 P.M. 



RR 005 



Staff 



FREN 405 

Explication De Textes (03) 71047 
0101 MTuThF 8.30-9.50 P.M. 



LL 101 



Staff 



FREN 461 

Studies in 20th Century Literature — The Early Years (03) 71437 

0101 MTuThF 11-12.20 LL 101 Demaitre 

FREN 665 

The Contemporary French Theater — The Theater of 
The Absurd (03) 72437 

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GERMAN 

GERM 001 

Elementary German for Graduate Students (Audit) 70007 
(This course is billed for three credit hours) 
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Schmelssner 



GERM 101 

Elementary German (03) 70017 
June 24-July 17. Register for Germ 101 and7or 102 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. This course meets three times daily. A stu- 
dent enrolled in Germ 101 and7or 102 may not take any other 
course in the Summer Session. Lectures 9 and 10. Drill at 8. 



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GERM 102 

Elementary German (03) 70027 
July 20-Aug. 14. Register for Germ 102 and7or Germ 101 on June 
21 or 22 as separate courses. This course meets three times daily. 
A student enrolled in Germ 101 and7or 102 may not take any 
other course in the Summer Session. 
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GERM 201 

Intermediate Literary German (03) /006/ 
(Germ 201 may be tal<en concurrently with Germ 202) 
0101 MTuWThF9.30 RR Oil 

GERM 202 

Intermediate Literary German (03) 7007/ 
(Germ 202 may not be tal<en concurrently with Germ 201) 
0101 MTuWThFS F 117 

GERM 403 

Advanced Composition (03) 7103/ 

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Fleck 



Fleck 



Best 



GERM 432 

German Literature of the Nineteenth Century (03) /132/ 
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GERM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 
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GERM 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 
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HISTORY 

HIST 221 

History of the United States to 1865 (03) 7021/ 

0101 MTuThFS RR 024 

0201 MTuThF9.30 RR 113 

0301 MTuThFII AR 014 

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Bradbury 

Hoffman 

Nicklason 

Campbell 



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History of 


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HIST 223 

Social and Cultural History of Early American (03) 70237 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 RR 023 

HIST 224 

Social and Cultural History of Modern America (03) 70247 

0101 MTuThFII RR 023 

HIST 225 

The United States in World Affairs (03) 70297 

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Thompson 

Flack 

Ridgeway 

Campbell 



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Hoffman 



HIST 231 

Latin American History (03) 70317 

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HIST 241 

Western Civilization (03) /041/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 RR 024 

0201 MTuThF 11 RR 113 

HIST 242 

Western Civilization (03) 7042/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 F 114 

0201 MTuThF 11 AR Oil 

HIST 253 

History of England and Great Britain (03) 7053/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 RR 115 

HIST 254 

History of England and Great Britain (03) 7054/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 G 1098 

HIST 272 

Islamic Civilization (03) 70727 

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HIST 399 

Proseminar in Historical Writing (03) 71997 

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HI US 403 

The Formative Period in America, 1789-1824 (03) 7103/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 AR 023 

HIUS 413 

The Progressive Period— The United States, 1896-1919 (03) 71187 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 AR 014 

AASP 410 

The Negro in American Life (03) 71177 
0101 MTuThF 11 RR 115 

HIUS 427 

Constitutional History of the United States (03) 71357 
0101 MTuThF 11 RR 020 

HI FN 406 

The History of Mexico and the Caribbean to 1810 (03) 71117 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 RR 022 

HIFN 422 

History of the British Empire (03) 71647 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 RR 021 

HIFN 431 

Europe in the World Setting of the Twentieth Century (03) 71727 
0101 MTuThF 11 RR 021 

HIFN 452 

The Middle East (03) 

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HIST 600 

Historiography — Techniques of Historical Research and 
Writing (03) 72007 

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HI US 729 

Readings in Reconstruction and the New Nation (03) 7217/ 

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HIUS 738 

Readings in Recent American History (03) 7223/ 

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HI FN 748 

Readings in the History of Great Britain and the 
British Empire — Commonwealth (03) 7263/ 

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HIST 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

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HIST 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

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ITALIAN 

ITAL 101 

Elementary Italian (03) 70017 
June 23-July 16. Register for Ital 101 and7or Ital 102 on June 21- 
22 as separate courses. This course meets four hours MTuThF — 
Lectures 9, 10, 12, plus one drill 8 or 11. A student enrolled in 
Ital 101 and7or 102 may not take any other course in the Sum- 
mer Session. 

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ITAL 102 

Elementary Italian (03) 70027 
July 19-Aug. 13. Register for Ital 102 and7or 101 on June 21- 
22 as separate courses. This course meets four hours MTuThF — 
Lectures 9, 10, 12, plus one drill 8 or 11. A student enrolled in 
Ital 101 and7or 102 may not take any other course in the Sum- 
mer Session. 

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LATIN 

LATN 402 

Tacitus (03) 71027 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 T 102 Avery 

MATHEMATICS 

MATH 105 

Fundamentals of Mathematics (04) 70037 

Prerequisite — Satisfactory performance on the SAT Mathematics 
Test or Math 001. 

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0201 MTuWThFS Y B34 Staff 

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MATH 110 

Introduction to Mathematics (03) /010/ 
Prerequisite — 2.5 years of College Preparatory Mathematics and sat- 
isfying performance on the SAT Mathematics Test, or Math 001. 

Open to students not majoring in Mathematics or the Physical or 
Engineering Sciences. 

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0201 MTuThF 8 Y 836 Staff 

0301 MTuThF 9.30 Y 841 Staff 

0401 MTuThF 9.30 Y 837 Staff 

0501 MTuThF 9.30 Y 836 Staff 

0601 MTuThF 11 Y 040 Staff 

0701 MTuThF 11 Y 837 Staff 

MATH 111 

Introduction to Mathematics (03) /Oil/ 
(Prerequisite — Math 110. Math 111 is a continuation of Math 110) 

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MATH 115 

Introductory Analysis (03) /018/ 
Prerequisite — 2.5 years of College Preparatory Mathematics and 
appropriate score on the SAT Mathematics Test, or Math 001. An 
introductory course for students not qualified to start Math 140. 

0101 MTuThF 8 Y 843 Staff 

0201 MTuThFII Y 036 Staff 

0301 MTuThFII Y 026 Staff 

MATH 140 

Analysis I (04) /019/ 

Prerequisite — 3.5 years of College Preparatory Mathematics or 
Math 115. 

0101 MTuWThF8 Y 842 Staff 

0201 MTuWThFS Y 031 Staff 

0301 MTuWThFII Y 841 Staff 

MATH 141 

Analysis II (04) /020/ 

(Prerequisite — Math 140 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuWThF8 Y 036 Staff 

0201 MTuWThF9.30 Y 834 Staff 

0301 MTuWThF9.30 Y 043 Staff 

0401 MTuWThFII Y 043 Staff 

0501 MTuWThFII Y 035 Staff 

MATH 210 

Elements of Mathematics (04) /030/ 
Prerequisite — One year of College Preparatory Algebra, required 
for Majors in Elementary Education, and open only to students 
in this field. 

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0201 MTuWThF8 Y 035 Staff 

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MATH 211 

Elements of Geomett7 (04) 7031/ 
(Prerequisite — Math 210 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuWThF9.30 Y 036 Staff 

0201 MTuWThFII Y 039 Staff 

0301 MTuWThFII Y 034 Staff 

MATH 240 
Linear Algebra (04) /021L/ 

(Prerequisite — Math 141 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuWThF9.30 Y 022 Staff 

0201 MTuWThF9.30 Y 034 Staff 

0301 MTuWThFII Y B38 Staff 
MATH 241 

Analysis III (04) 7022/ 

(Prerequisite — Math 240 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuWThFII Y B43 Staff 

0201 MTuWThFII Y B40 Staff 

0301 MTuWThFII Y 022 Staff 

MATH 246 

Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers (03) 7066/ 
(Prerequisite — Math 141 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF9.30 Y 039 Staff 

0201 MTuThF9.30 Y 038 Staff 

0301 MTuThFII Y 038 Staff 

MATH 398 

Honors Seminar (02) 71907 

Prerequisite — Permission of Departmental Honors Committee) 
June 28-August 6. Classes meet daily. 

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MATH 400 

Vectors and Matrices (03) 71007 

Prerequisite — Math 141 or Math 221. Algebra of Vector Spaces 
and Matrices. Recommended for students interested in the appli- 
cations of Mathematics. Not open to students with credit in Math 
240 or Math 405. 

0101 MTuThF9.30 Y 040 Staff 

MATH 403 

Introduction to Abstract Algebra (03) 71037 
(Prerequisite — Math 241 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF9.30 Y B40 Staff 

0201 MTuThFII Y 042 Staff 

MATH 405 

Introduction to Linear Algebra (03) 71047 

(Prerequisite — Math 403 or Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MTuThFII Y B42 Staff 

MATH 410 

Advanced Calculus (03) 71107 
(Prerequisite — Math 241) 

0101 MTuThF9.30 Y B42 Staff 

MATH 411 

Several Real Variables (03) 71197 
(Prerequisite — Math 410) 

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MATH 432 

Introduction to Point Set Topology (03) /122/ 
(Prerequisite Math 410 or 450 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF9.30 Y 020 Staff 

MATH 437 

Euclidean Geometry (03) 7128/ 
Prerequisite — Math 240 or Consent of Instructor. Recommended for 
students in the College of Education. 

0101 MTuThFS Y 039 Staff 

MATH 444 

Elementary Logic and Algorithms (03) 7144/ 
(Prerequisite Math 240 or Consent of Instructor. This is the same 
course as CMSC 450) 

0101 MTuThFS Y B41 Staff 

MATH 450 

Fundamental Concepts of Mathematics (03) 71467 
(Prerequisite — Math 240 or Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MTuThFS Y 038 Staff 

MATH 463 

Analysis for Scientists and Engineers II (03) 71637 

Prerequisite — Math 462 or Math 241 or Consent of Instructor. Not 
open to students with credit for Math 413. 

0101 MTuThF 11 Y B34 Staff 

MATH 478 

Selected Topic for Teachers of Mathematics (03) 71857 
June 28-Aug. 6. Open only to participants in the NSF Institute for 
Junior High School Teachers in Mathematics. 

0101 MTuWThFS E 305 Jackson 

0201 MTuThF 8 ARR Good 

0301 MTuWThF 8-3.30 MM 230 Henkelman 

MATH 481 

Introduction to Number Theory (03) 71817 

Enrollment Restricted to Elementary Teachers, kindergarten 
through grade 6. Designed primarily for those enrolled in pro- 
grams with emphasis in the teaching of Mathematics and Sci- 
ence. Not open to students seeking a major directly in the 
Physical Sciences. 

0101 MTuThF 8 Y 043 Cole 

0201 MTuThF 8 Y 040 Staff 

MATH 483 

Introduction to Geometry (03) 71837 
Enrollment restricted to Elementary School Teachers, kindergarten 
through grade 6. Designed primarily for those enrolled in programs 
with emphasis in the Teaching of Mathematics and Science. Not 
open to students seeking a Major directly in the Physical Sci- 
ences. 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Y 031 Cole 

MATH 488 

Seminar — National Science Foundation Summer Institute for Teachers 
of Science and Mathematics (03) 71897 

Open only to participants in the NSF Institute for Junior High 
School Teachers. Meets June 28-August 6. 

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MATH 799 

Master's Thesis Researcii (1-6 Var Cr) /399/ 
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Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) /499/ 
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METEOROLOGY 

METO 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 7399/ 
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METO 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 7499/ 
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MICROBIOLOGY 

MICB 200 

General Microbiology (04) 7001/ 

0101 MTuThF 87MTuThF 9-11 

0102 MTuThF 87MTuThF 9-11 

0103 MTuThF 87MTuThF 9-11 

MICB 290 

Applied Microbiology (04) 7081/ 

0101 MTuThF 97MTuThF 10-12 

MICB 399 

Microbiological Problems (03) 7181/ 

Prerequisite — 16 Credits in MICB. Six Two-Hour Laboratory 
Periods a Week. Registration only Upon Consent of the Instructor. 
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MICB 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
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MICB 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
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MUSIC 

MUSC 102 

Class Piano (02) 70237 

0101 MTuWThF 11 NN 302 DeVermond 

MUSC 129Z 

Ensemble— University Chorus (01) 70097 

0101 W 7-10 NN 205 Traver 

MUSC 130 

Survey of Music Literature (03) 70207 
Open to all students except music and music education majors. 
May be taken to satisfy the fine arts option in the General 
Education Program. 

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MUSC 155 

Fundamentals for the Classroom Teacher (03) /016/ 
0101 MTuWThF 8 NN 202 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 NN 208 



MUSC 251 

Advanced Theory of Music (04) /071/ 
(Prerequisite — Music 250) 

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MUSC 339 

Honors Reading Course (2-3 Var Cr) /125/ 
(June 21— July 30) 

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MUSC 441 

Chamber Music (03) 7168/ 

(Prerequisite — Music 330, 331 or Equivalent) 
0101 MTuWThF 12.30 NN 210 

MUSC 448 

Special Areas of Music — Music in Society (03) 7190/ 
(Meets June 21— July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3.20 NN 202 

MUSC 491 

Conducting (02) 7161/ 
Prerequisite — MUSC 490 
Meets July 12— July 30 

0101 MTuThF 11-1.50 NN 116 

MUSC 638 

Advanced Studies in the History of Music — Baroquo 
Period (03) 72007 

Prerequisites— MUSC 330 and 331 or the Equivalent and 
Consent of Instructor. 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 NN 210 

MUSC 696 

Factors in Musical Learning (03) 72107 

0101 MTuWThF 8 NN 208 

MUSC 699 

Special Studies in Music (03) 72117 
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MUSC 830 

Seminar in Music Literature (03) 73017 
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MUSC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
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MUSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
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MUSC 099A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) 7999A/ 
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MUSC 099B 

Applied Music— Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /999B/ 
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MUSC 099C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /999C/ 
0301 Arranged 

MUSC 099D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /999D/ 
0401 Arranged 

MUSC 099E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /999E/ 
0501 Arranged 

MUSC 099F 

Applied Music— Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /999F/ 
0601 Arranged 

MUSC 099G 

Applied Music— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /999G/ 
0701 Arranged 

MUSC 0991 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) 79991/ 
0901 Arranged 

MUSC 099J 

Applied Music— Bassoon (2-4 Var Cr) 999J/ 
1101 Arranged 

MUSC 099K 

Applied Music— Alto Sax (2-4 Var Cr) 999K/ 
1001 Arranged 

MUSC 099L 

Applied Music— Horn (2-4 Var Cr) /999L/ 
1201 Arranged 

MUSC 099M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /999M/ 
1301 Arranged 

MUSC 099N 

Applied Music— Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) /999N/ 
1401 Arranged 

MUSC 099O 

Applied Music— Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) 79990/ 
1501 Arranged 

MUSC 099P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) 7999P/ 
1601 Arranged 

MUSC 099R 

Applied Music— Organ (2-4 Var Cr) 7999R/ 
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MUSC 108A 

Applied Music — Piano (02) /012A/ 

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MUSC 108B I 

Applied Music — Voice (02) /102B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108C 

Applied Music — Violin (02) /012/C 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108D [ 

Applied Music — Viola (02) /012D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108E <., 

Applied Music— Cello (02) /013D/ 1 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108F 

Applied Music— Bass (02) /012F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108G 

Applied Music— Flute (02) /012G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 1081 

Applied Music— Clarinet (02) /012I/ I 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108L 

Applied Music— Horn (02) /012L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108M 

Applied Music — Trumpet (02) /012M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108N I 

Applied Music — Trombone (02) /012N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108O 

Applied Music — Tuba (02) /012O/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 108P 

Applied Music — Euphonium (02) /012P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff j 

MUSC 108R 

Applied Music— Organ (02) /012R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 109A 

Applied Music— Piano (02) /013A/ \ 

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MUSC 109B 

Applied Music— Voice (02) /013B/ 

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MUSC 109C 

Applied Music— Violin (02) /013C/ 
0301 Arranged 

MUSC 109D 

Applied Music— Viola (02) /013D/ 
0401 Arranged 

MUSC 109E 

Applied Music— Cello (02) /013E/ 
0501 Arranged 

MUSC 109F 

Applied Music— Bass (02) /013F/ 
0601 Arranged 

MUSC 109G 

Applied Music— Flute (02) /013G/ 
0701 Arranged 

MUSC 1091 

Applied Music— Clarinet (02) /013I/ 
0901 Arranged 

MUSC 109L 

Applied Music— Horn (02) /013L/ 
1201 Arranged 

MUSC 109M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (02) /013M/ 
1301 Arranged 

MUSC 109N 

Applied Music— Trombone (02) /013N/ 
1401 Arranged 

MUSC 109O 

Applied Music— Tuba (02) /013O/ 
1501 Arranged 

MUSC 109P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (02) /013P/ 
1601 Arranged 

MUSC 109R 

Applied Music— Organ (02) /013R/ 
1801 Arranged 

MUSC 208A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) /052A/ 
0101 Arranged 

MUSC 208B 

Applied Music— Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /052/ 
0201 Arranged 

MUSC 208C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /052C/ 
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MUSC 208D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /052D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /052E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208F 

Applied Music — Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /052F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208G 

Applied Music— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /052G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 2081 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) 70521/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208L 

Applied Music— Horn (2-4 Var Cr) /052L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /052M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208N 

Applied Music— Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) /052N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 2080 

Applied Music— Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) /052O/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) /052P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 208R 

Applied Music— Organ (2-4 Var Cr) /052R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209 A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) /053A 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209B 

Applied Music — Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /053B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /053C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /053D/ 
0401 Arranged 

MUSC 209E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /053E/ 

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MUSC 209F 

Applied IViusic — Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /053F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209G 

Applied Music— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /053G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 2091 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) 70531/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209K 

Applied Music— Alto Sax (2-4 Var Cr) /053K/ 

1001 Arranged Etheridge 

MUSC 209L 

Applied Music— Horn (2-4 Var Cr) /053L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /053M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209N 

Applied Music — Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 2090 

Applied Music — Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) /053O/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209P 

Applied Music — Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) /053P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 209R 

Applied Music — Organ (2-4 Var Cr) /053R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) /112A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408B 

Applied Music— Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /1 128/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /112C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /112D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /112E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408F 

Applied Music- -Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /112F/ 

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MUSC 408G 

Applied iVIusic— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /112G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408! 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) /112I/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408L 

Applied Music— Horn (02) /112L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /112M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408N 

Applied Music— Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) /112N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 4080 

Applied Music— Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) 71120/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) /112P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 408R 

Applied Music— Organ (2-4 Var Cr) /112R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) /I ISA/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409B , 

Applied Music— Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /113B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /113C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /113D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /113E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409F 

Applied Music— Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /113F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409G 

Applied Music— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /1 130/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 4091 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) /1 131/ 

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MUSC 409L 

Applied Music— Horn (2-4 Var Cr) /113L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

iVIUSC 409M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /113M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409N 

Applied Music— Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) /113N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 4090 

Applied Music— Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) /1 130/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUS 409P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) /113P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 409R 

Applied Music— Organ (2-4 Var Cr) /113R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) /152A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418B 

Applied Music — Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /152B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /152C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /152D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /152E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418F 

Applied Music— Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /152F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUS 418G 

Applied Music— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /152G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUS 4181 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) /152I/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUS 418J 

Applied Music— Bassoon (2-4 Var Cr) /152J/ 

1101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418L 

Applied Music— Horn (2-4 Var Cr) /152L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 



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MUSC 418M 

Applied IVIusic — Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /152l\^/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418N 

Applied Musio— Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) /152N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 4180 

Applied Music— Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) /1520/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) /152P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 418R 

Applied Music— Organ (2-4 Var Cr) /152R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419A 

Applied Music— Piano (2-4 Var Cr) /153A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419B 

Applied Music— Voice (2-4 Var Cr) /153B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419C 

Applied Music— Violin (2-4 Var Cr) /153C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419D 

Applied Music— Viola (2-4 Var Cr) /153D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419E 

Applied Music— Cello (2-4 Var Cr) /153E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419F 

Applied Music— Bass (2-4 Var Cr) /153F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419G 

Applied Music— Flute (2-4 Var Cr) /153G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 4191 

Applied Music— Clarinet (2-4 Var Cr) /153I/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419J 

Applied Music— Bassoon (2-4 Var Cr) /153J/ 

1101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419L 

Applied Music— Horn (2-4 Var Cr) /153L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419M 

Applied Music— Trumpet (2-4 Var Cr) /153M/ 

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MUSC 419N 

Applied Music— Trombone (2-4 Var Cr) /153N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 4190 

Applied Music— Tuba (2-4 Var Cr) /1530/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419P 

Applied Music— Euphonium (2-4 Var Cr) /153P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 419R 

Applied Music— Organ (2-4 Var Cr) /153R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609A 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Piano (02) /212A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609B 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Voice (02) /212B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609C 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Violin (02) ^212C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609D 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Viola (02) 212D'' 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609E 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Cello (02) 212E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609F 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Bass (02) 212F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609G 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Flute (02) /212G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 6091 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Clarinet (02) 2121/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609L 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Horn (02) 212L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609M 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Trumpet (02) /212M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609N 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Trombone (02) ''212N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609O 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Tuba (02) '2120) 

1501 Arranged Staff 



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MUSC 609P 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Euphonium (02) /212P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 609R 

Interpretation and Repertoire — Organ (02) 212R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610A 

Graduate Pertormance — Piano (04) /213A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610B 

Graduate Performance — Voice (04) /213B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610C 

Graduate Performance— Violin (04) /213C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610D 

Graduate Performance — Viola (04) /213D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610E 

Graduate Performance — Cello (04) /213E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610F 

Graduate Pertormance — Bass (04) /213F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610G 

Graduate Pertormance — Flute (04) /213G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 6101 

Graduate Performance — Clarinet (04) /213I/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610L 

Graduate Pertormance — Horn (04) /213L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610M 

Graduate Performance — Trumpet (04) /213M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610N 

Graduate Performance — Trombone (04) /213N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610O 

Graduate Peformance — Tuba (04) 72130/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610P 

Graduate Performance — Eupfionium (04) /213P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 610R 

Graduate Pertormance — Organ (04) /213R/ 

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MUSC 805A 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Piano (04) /312A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805B 

Interpreation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Voice (04) /312B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805C 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Violin (04) /312C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805D 

Interpreation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Viola (04) /312D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805E 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Cello (04) /312E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805F 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Bass (04) /312F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805G 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Flute (04) /312G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 8051 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Clarinet (04) 73211/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805L 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Horn (04) /312L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805M 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Trumpet (04) 731 2M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805N 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Trombone (04) 7312N7 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805O 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Tuba (04) 731207 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805P 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Euphonium (04) 7312P7 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 805R 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Organ (04) 7312R7 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806A 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Piano (04) 7313A7 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806B 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Voice (04) 731387 

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MUSC 806C 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Violin (04) /313C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806D 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Viola (04) /313D/ 

0401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806E 

interpretation. Performance, and Pedagogy — Cello (04) /313E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806F 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Bass (04) /313F/ 
0601 Arranged 

MUSC 806G 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Flute (04) /313G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 8061 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Clarinet (04) /313I/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806L 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Horn (04) /313L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806M 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Trumpet (04) /313M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806N 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Trombone (04) /313N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806O 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Tuba (04) 73130/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806P 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Euphonium (04) /313P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 806R 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Organ (04) /313R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807A 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Piano (04) /314A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807B 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Voice (04) /314B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807C 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Violin (04) /314C/ 

0301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807D 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Viola (04) /314D/ 

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MUSC 807E 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy— Cello (04) /314E/ 

0501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807F 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Bass (04) /314F/ 

0601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807G 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Flute (04) /314G/ 

0701 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 8071 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Clarinet (04) /314I/ 

0901 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807L 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy— Horn (04) /314L/ 

1201 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807M 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Trumpet (04) /314M/ 

1301 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807N 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Trombone (04) /314N/ 

1401 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807O 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Tuba (04) /3140/ 

1501 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807P 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Euphonium (04) /314P/ 

1601 Arranged Staff 

MUSC 807R 

Interpretation, Performance, and Pedagogy — Organ (04) /314R/ 

1801 Arranged Staff 

PHILOSOPHY 

PHIL 100 

Introduction to Philosophy (03) 7001/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 T 108 Lesher 

0201 MTuThF 11 T 005 Celarier 

0301 MW 7 Q 027 Perkins 

0401 MTuThF 12.30 T 005 Staff 

PHIL 140 

Ethics (03) 7045/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 T 103 Staff 

PHIL 170 

Elementary Logic and Semantics (03) 7041/ 

0101 MTuThF 11 T 103 Kress 

0201 MTuThF 2 T 201 Odell 

PHIL 320 

Modern Philosophy (03) 7102/ 

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PHIL 498 

Topical Investigations (1-3 Var Cr) 7193/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHIL 499 

Topical Investigations (1-3 Var Cr) 7194/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHIL 688 

Selected Problems in Philosophy (1-3 Var Cr) 72927 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHIL 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHIL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYSICS 

PHYS 121 

Fundamentals of Physics (04) 70107 

Prerequisite — Entrance Credit in Trigonometry or Math III or 
Concurrent Enrollment in Math 115. Lecture and Recitation 
Sessions plus 4 hours of Lab per week. 

0101 MTuWThF 11-12.407TuTh 9-11 

0102 MTuWThF 11-12.407MW 2-4 
PHYS 122 

Fundamentals of Physics (04) 70117 

0101 MTuWThF 1-2.407TuTh 1-3 

0102 MTuWThF 1-2.40/WF 12-2 

PHYS 161 

General Physics — Mechanics and Particle Dynamics (03) 70307 
(Prerequisite — Math 141 or Concurrent Enrollment in Math 141) 

0101 MTuThF 87 7W8 Z 171 Z 171 Staff 

PHYS 263 

General Physics — Electricity and Magnetism (04) 70327 

0101 MTuWThF 9.307TuTh 1-4 Z 171 Z 340 Staff 

PHYS 299 

Special Problems in Physics (Cr Arr) 71507 

Prerequisite — Major in Physics or Consent of Department 
Chairman. Section 0101 Research or Special Study. Section 0201 
Topic to be Announced. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYS 299A 

Special Problems in Physics— NSF Institute (06) 7150A7 

0101 Arranged Gardner 

PHYS 299B 

Special Problems in Physics— NSF Institute (03) 7150B7 
(Class Meets in Catonsville) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYS 382 

Theoretical Mechanics (03) 71077 

Prerequisite— Phys. 28470187321710572637032; Math 2417022 

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PHYS 399 

Special Problems in Physics (02) 7110/ 
(NSF Institute Only) 

0101 MTuWTh 1-5 Z 322 Staff 

PHYS 429 

Atomic and Nuclear Laboratory (03) 7140/ 
(Prerequisite — Phys 365 or Equivalent) 

0101 TuTh 8-1 Z 349 Staff 

PHYS 498 

Independent Study Seminar (Cr Arr) 7190/ 
Credit According to Work Accomplished. Enrollment is Limited to 
Students Enrolled in the Honors Program in Phys. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYS 601 

Theoretical Dynamics (03) 7200/ 

0101 MTuThF 11 Z 140 Staff 

PHYS 604 

Methods of Mathematical Physics (04) 72047 
(Prerequisite — Phys 401 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuWTh F 9.30 Z 140 Staff 

PHYS 621 

Graduate Laboratory (03) 72097 

0101 TuTh 8-2 Z 349 Staff 

PHYS 708 

Seminar— Teaching of College Physics (01) 72307 
NSF Institute Seminar 
One Class Per Week 
0101 MTuWThF 97MTh 10 Z 071 Z 071 Connors 

PHYS 709 

Seminar — Topic To Be Announced (01) 72307 

0101 W 9-10 Z 156 Staff 

PHYS 798 

Special Problems in Advanced Physics (1-6 Var Cr) 72507 
(Credit According to Work Accomplished) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYS 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYS 809 

Special Topics in Modern Physics (02) 72487 

(Two 2-Hour Lectures per Week. Topic to be Announced) 

0101 TuTh 9-11 SS 135 Staff 

PHYS 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PSYCHOLOGY 

PSYC 100 

Introduction to Psychology (03) 70017 

0101 MTuThF 8 RR 002 Specter 

0201 MTuThF 2 RR 002 Staff 



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PSYC 200 

Statistical Methods in Psychology (03) /090/ 

(Prerequisite — Psyc 100 and Math 110 or Equivalent 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 MM 207 

PSYC 221 

Social Psychology (03) /021/ 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 100) 

0101 MTuThF 11 A 052 

PSYC 235 

Personality and Adjustment (03) 7005/ 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 100) 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



PSYC 236 

Child Psychology (03) 7025/ 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 100) 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



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PSYC 365 

Survey of Industrial Psychology (03) 7035/ 

Prerequisite — Psyc 100. May not be taken Concurrently 
with or Following Psyc 461 

0101 MTuThF 8 A 164 

PSYC 400 

Experimental Psychology — Learning and Motivation (04) 7146/ 

(Prerequisite — Psyc 200 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30/MTuThF 8 

0102 MTuThF 9.30/MTuThF 11 

0103 MTuThF 9.30/MTuThF 12.30 

0104 MTuThF 9.30/MTuThF 2 

PSYC 431 

Abnormal Psychology (03) 7131/ 

Prerequisite — Psyc 200 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 8 A 161 

0201 MTuThF 11 C 081 



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PSYC 432 

Personality (03) 7105/ 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 200 
0101 MTuThF 11 



or Equivalent) 
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PSYC 433 

Advanced Topics In Child Psychology (03) 71257 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 200 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 C 076 

PSYC 441 

Psychology of Human Learning (03) 71487 
Prerequisite — Psyc 200 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 MM 226 

PSYC 451 

Principles of Psychological Testing (04) 71507 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 200 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 87MTh 12.30-2.30 MM 226 
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PSYC 452 

Psychology of Individual Differences (03) /151/ 

(Prerequisite — Psyc 451 and Permission of Instructor) 

0101 MTuThF 11 MM 226 Carroll 

PSYC 461 

Personality and Industrial Psychology (03) /135/ 
(Prerequisite — Psyc 200 or Equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF 11 C 090 Dachler 

PSYC 478 

Independent Study in Psychology (1-3 Var Cr) /194/ 
Prerequisite — Advanced Standing and Written Consent of 
Individual Faculty Supervisor. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PSYC 479S 

Minor Problems in Psychology (1-3 Var Cr) /195/ 

Prerequisite — Advanced Standing and Written Consent of 
Individual Faculty Supervisor. 

0101 ThF 3-5 Q 107 Fretz 

PSYC 489 

Senior Seminar (03) /191/ 

(Prerequisite — Senior Standing and Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MTuW 3-5 Q 107 Fretz 

PSYC 499H 

Honors Thesis Research (03) /199H/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PSYC 611 

Advanced Developmental Psychology (03) /265/ 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Scholnick 

PSYC 612 

Theories of Personality (03) 7267/ 

(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Smith 

PSYC 648 

Seminar In Social Psychology (03) 7242/ 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Taylor 

PSYC 671 

Verbal Behavior (03) 7208/ 

(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Horton 

PSYC 688 

Historical Viewpoints and Current Theories in 
Psychology (03) 7206/ 

(Prerequisite — PSYC 212 and Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Hegge 

PSYC 711 

Seminar In Counseling Psychology (03) 7221/ 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Osterhouse 

PSYC 713 

Seminar In Clinical Psychology (03) 72227 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Dies 



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PSYC 788 

Special Research Problems (1-4 Var Cr) 7288/ 

(Require Graduate Standing and Consent of Faculty Supervisor) 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PSYC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PSYC 804 

Occupational Development and Choice (03) 7260/ 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Waldrop 

PSYC 808 

Practicum In Community Mental Health Consultation (03) 72697 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Claiborn 

PSYC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
(Prerequisite — Permission of Instructor) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RADIO AND TELEVISION 

RATV 124 

Mass Communication in 20th Century Society (03) 70247 

0101 MTuThF 9.30-10.50 FF 024 Leduc 

RATV 302 

Radio Production (03) 71027 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 NN 122 du Monceau 

RATV 340 

Principles of Television Production (03) 71407 

0101 MTuThF 8 NN 040 McCleary 

RUSSIAN 

RUSS 101 

Elementary Russian (03) 70017 

June 24-July 17. Register for Russ 101 and7or 102 on June 21 
or 22 as Separate Courses. This Course Meets Three Times 
Daily. Lectures 9 and 10.15— Drill at 8. 
Students Enrolled in Russ 101 and7or 102 May Not Take Any 
Other Course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuWThF 8-11.15 Y 006 Dulbe 

RUSS 102 

Elementary Russian (03) 70027 

July 20-August 14. Register for Russ 102 and7or 101 on June 21 
or 22 as Separate Courses. This Course Meets Three Times 
Daily. Lectures 9 and 10.15— Drill at 8. 
Students Enrolled in Russ 102 and7or 101 May Not Take Any 
Other Course in the Summer Session. 

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RUSS 201 

Intermediate Russian (03) /006/ 
June 24-July 17. Register for Russ 201 and/or 202 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. This course meets daily 9.30-10.30 and 10.45 
to 11.45. A student enrolled in Russ 201 and/or Russ 202 may 
not take any other course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-11.45 Y 009 Berry 

RUSS 202 

Intermediate Russian (03) 7007/ 
July 20-August 14. Register for Russ 202 and/or 201 on June 21- 
22 as separate courses. This course meets daily 9.30-10.30 and 
10.45 to 11.45. A student enrolled in Russ 202 and/or 201 may not 
take any other course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-11.45 Y 009 Hitchcock 

SOCIOLOGY 

SOCY 100 

Introduction to Sociology (03) 7001/ 
(Socy 100, or its equivalent, is required for all other courses) 

0101 MTuThF9.30 A 167 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 12.30 RR 024 Staff 

0301 MTuThF 2.00 RR 024 Staff 

SOCY 200 

Principles of Sociology (03) 70867 

0101 MTuThF 2.00 RR 115 Staff 

SOCY 201 

Introduction to Statistics for Sociology (03) 7095/ 

0101 MTuThF 2.00 RR 016 Staff 

SOCY 210 

Social Problems (03) 70517 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 RR 115 Staff 

SOCY 220 

Criminology (03) 70527 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 A 167 Staff 

SOCY 400 

Sociological Theory (03) 71867 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 A 164 Staff 

SOCY 430 

Sociology of Personality (03) 71417 

0101 MTuThF 11 A 166 Staff 

SOCY 441 

Social Stratification (03) 71627 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 RR 113 Staff 

SOCY 443 

Family and Society (03) 71647 

0101 MTuThF 11 A 164 Staff 

SOCY 450 

Juvenile Delinquency (03) 71537 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 A 166 Staff 



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SOCY 451 

Crime and Delinquency Prevention (03) /154/ 

0101 MTuThFII A 167 Staff 

SOCY 462 

industrial Sociology (03) 7115/ 

0101 MTuThF2.00 RR 113 Staff 

SOCY 473 

The City (03) /1 14/ 

0101 MTuThFFJO A 166 Staff 

SOCY 699 

Special Social Problems (1-3 Var Cr) /291/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

SOCY 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

SOCY 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

SPANISH 

SPAN 101 

Elementary Spanish (03) 70017 
June 24-July 17. Register for Span 101 and7or 102 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. This course meets four hours MTuThF. Lec- 
tures 8, 9, 11 plus regular laboratories 10 or 12. Students enrolled 
in Span 101 and or 102 may not take any other course in the 
Summer Session. 

0101 MTuThF 8, 9, 11 LL 004 Raggio 

0201 MTuThF 8, 9, 11 LL 104 Forbes 

SPAN 102 

Elementary Spanish (03) 7002/ 
July 20-August 14. Register for Span 102 and/or 101 on June 
21-22 as separate couses. This course meets four hours MTuThF. 
Lectures 8, 9, 11 plus regular laboratories at 10 or 12. Students 
enrolled in Span 102 and/or 101 may not take any other course 
in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuThF 8, 9, 11 LL 004 Raggio 

0201 MTuThF 8, 9, 11 LL 104 Forbes 

SPAN 111 

Intermediate Spanish (03) /006/ 
June 24-July 17. Register for Span 111 and/or 112 on June 21-22 
as separate courses. Students enrolled in Span 111 and or 112 
may not take any other course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuTh 8-10/MTuTh 11 LL 002 LL 002 Feustle 

0201 MTuTh 8-10/MTuTh 11 LL 105 Barroto 

SPAN 112 

Intermediate Spanish (03) /007/ 
July 20-August 14. Register for Span 112 and/or 111 on June 21- 
22 as separate courses. Students enrolled in Span 112 and/or 
111 may not take any other course in the Summer Session. 

0101 MTuTh 8-10/MTuTh 11 LL 002 LL 002 Feustle 

0201 MTuTh 8-10/MTuTh 11 LL 105 Barroto 



arts and sciences / 75 



SPAN 312 

Advanced Conversation (03) 7081/ 
0101 MTuWTh 12.30 
0201 MTuWTh 12.30 

SPAN 333 

Latin-American Civilization (03) 7173/ 
0101 MTuWTh 8.00 



LL 113 

LL 113 



LL 116 



Willoughby, MacDonald 
Willoughby, MacDonald 



SPAN 431 

Cervantes — Nuveias, Ejemplares and Drama (03) 7116/ 
0101 MTuWTh 9.30 LL 201 

SPAN 436 

Seventeenth Century Drama — Lope de Vega (03) 71197 
0101 MTuWTh 11.00-12.45 LL 201 

SPAN 488 

Spanish-American Fiction (03) 71597 
0101 MTuWTh 11.00 



Sosnowski 



Rovner 



Rovner 



Sosnowski 



LL 116 

SPAN 728 

The Twentieth Century — La Novela Contemporanea Espaiiola (03) 72377 

0101 MTh 12.30-2.30 LL 201 Marra-Lopez 

SPAN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

SPAN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



SPEECH 

SPCH 100 

Public Speaking (03) 70017 

(Prerequisite for Advanced Spch courses) 



0101 


MTuThF8.00 


NN 


22A 


0201 


MTuThFS.OO 


NN 


22 B 


0301 


MTuThF9.30 


MM 


B26 


0401 


MTuThF9.30 


NN 


102 


0501 


MTuThF 11.00 


NN 


22B 


0601 


MTuThF 11.00 


MM 


B26 


0701 


MTuThF 11.00 


NN 


122 


SPCH 220 








Group Discussion (03) 70107 






0101 


MTuThF 9.30 


NN 


22B 



SPCH 240 

Oral Interpretation (03) 70137 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 



NN 102 



Kennicott 

Wolvin 

Lea 

Starcher 

Abrams 

Staff 

Staff 



Linkow 



SPCH 350 

Fundamentals of Speech Communication (03) 
0101 MTuThFS.OO NN 102 

SPCH 498 

Seminar (03) 71117 

(Prerequisites — Senior standing and Consent of Instructor) 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



Rebach 



Aylward 



76 / arts and sciences 



SPCH 798 

Independent Study (1-3 Var Cr) /290/ 
(Prerequisite — Consent of Instructor) 
0101 Arranged 

SPCH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 
0101 Arranged 

SPCH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 
0101 Arranged 

SPHR 202 

Fundamentals of General American Speech (03) 70037 

0101 MTuThF9.30 NN 22A 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Hard 



SPHR 302 

Speech-Handicapped School Children (03) 71057 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 NN 22A 

SPHR 408 

Clinical Practice (1-3 Var Cr) 71067 

Prerequisite — Sphr 302 and Permission of Instructor. 
0101 TuF 12.30 Arranged NN 22A 

SPHR 602 

Advanced Speech Pathology (03) 72127 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 NN 004 



Hard 



Boss 



Canetta 



SPHR 604 

Experimental Phonetics (03) 72037 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 



NN 013 



Baker 



SPHR 606 

Clinical Audiometry (03) 72147 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 



NN 004 



Doudna 



SPHR 638 

Minor Research Problems (1-3 Var Cr) 7201 K7 

0101 Arranged Staff 

SPHR 648 

Advanced Clinical Practice — Speech Therapy (1-3 Var Cr) 721 1A7 
(Prerequisites — 12 hours of Speech Pathology and Audiology) 

0101 Arranged Boss 



SPHR 649 

Advanced Clinical Practice — Audiology (1-3 Var Cr) 7211B7 
(Prerequisites — 12 hours of Audiology and Pathology) 
0101 Arranged 



Doudna 



SPHR 708 

Independent Study in Speech and Hearing Science (1-6 Var Cr) 7301/ 
(Prerequisite — 30 hours of Graduate Study in Speech and 
Hearing Science) 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



arts and sciences / 77 



STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY 

STAT 400 

Applied Probability and Statistics I (03) 7100/ 

(Prerequisite — Math 221 or concurrent enrollment in Math 240) 

0101 MTuIhFS.OO Y B40 

0201 MTuIhFS.OO Y 042 

0301 MTuThF 11.00 Y 031 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



ZOOLOGY 

ZOOL 101 

General Zoology (04) /001/ 
Zool 101 and 102 satisfy the Freshman Premedical requirement in 
General Biology 

0101 MTuThF 8/TuTh 9.30-11.30 

0102 MTuThF 8/TuTh 9.30-11.30 

0103 MTuThF 8/TuTh 1-3 

0104 MTuThF 8/TuTh 1-3 



T 


021 


CC 


101 


Linder, 


Staff 


T 


021 


CC 


107 


Linder, 


Staff 


T 


021 


CC 


101 


Linder, 


Staff 


T 


021 


CC 


107 


Linder, 


Staff 



ZOOL 102 

The Animal Phyla (04) /002/ 

(Prerequisite— Zool 101 or Botn 100) 

0101 MTuThF 10-11/MTuThF 8-10 

0102 MTuThF 10-11/MTuThF 12-2 



005 
005 



CC 
CC 



110 
115 



Haley, Staff 
Haley, Staff 



ZOOL 207S 

Development of The Human Body (02) /055S/ 

0101 MWF 8.00 Q 007 



Kaufman 



ZOOL 290 

Comparative Vertebrate Morphology (04) 7005/ 
(Prerequisite — Zool 101 and 102 or equivalent) 
0101 MTuThF 11/MTuThF 8-11 A 174 



R 202 



Ramm 



ZOOL 309H 

Honors Independent Study (1-4 Var Or) /152H/ 
(Prerequisite — Participation in Honors Program) 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



ZOOL 318H 

Honors Research (1-2 Var Or) /163H/ 

(Prerequisite — Participation in Honors Program) 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



ZOOL 319 

Special Problems in Zoology (1-2 Var Cr) 7150/ 

Prerequisites — Major in Zoology of Biological Sciences, a mini- 
mum of 3.0 cumulative average in the Biological Sciences and 
Consent of Instructor. 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



ZOOL 456 

Zoogeography (03) /1 28/ 

(Prerequisite — Zool 101, 102, and 290 or equivalent) 
0101 MTuThF 12.30 Q 122 



Potter 



78 / arts and sciences 

ZOOL 495 

Animal Histology (04) 7108/ 

(Prerequisite — A course in General Zoology and a course in 
Vertebrate Anatomy, or permission of the Instructor) 

0101 MTuThF 8/MTuThF 9-12 RR 016 R 113 Brown 

ZOOL 609 

Special Problems in Zoology (Cr Arr) 7208/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ZOOL 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ZOOL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 




79 



COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

BSAD 000 

Managerial Mathematics Workshop (00) 

(This course is billed for 3 credit hours) 

0101 MTuThFI.OO Q 027 Staff 



BSAD 110 






Business Enterprise (03) /010/ 






0101 MTuThF9.30 


Q 


133 


0201 MTuThF 11.00 


Q 


133 



Staff 
Staff 

BSAD 220 

Principles of Accounting (03) /020/ 
(Prerequisite — Sophomore standing) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 027 Staff 

0201 MW 7.00-9.30 P.M. Q 123 Staff 

0301 MTuThF 8.00 G 205 Staff 

BSAD 221 

Principles of Accounting (03) 7021/ 
(Prerequisite — Sophomore standing) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 104 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 Q 122 Staff 



BSAD 230 






Business Statistics 1 (03) 7130/ 






(Prerequisite — Junior standing) 






0101 MTuThFS.OO 


Q 


103 


0201 MTuThF9.30 


Q 


103 


0301 MTuThF 11.00 


Q 


103 


0401 MTuThF 8.00 


Q 


131 


0501 MTuThF 9.30 


Q 


131 


0601 MTuThF 11.00 


Q 


131 



80 / business and public administration 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 

BSAD 310 

Intermediate Accounting (03) 7110/ 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 221) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 133 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 7.00 P.M. Q 104 Staff 

BSAD 311 

Intermediate Accounting (03) 71117 
(Prerequisite— BSAD 221) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 027 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 8.30 P.M. Q 104 Staff 

BSAD 320 

Accounting Systems (03) 71207 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 221) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 130 Staff 

BSAD 321 

Cost Accounting (03) 71217 
(Prerequisite— BSAD 221) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 123 Staff 

BSAD 323 

Income Tax Accounting (03) 71237 
(Prerequisite— BSAD 221) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 368 Staff 

BSAD 332 

Operations Research I (03) 71367 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 230 or Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 104 Staff 



BSAD 340 

Business Finance (03) 71407 



0101 


MTuThF 8.00 


Q 


122 


0201 


MTuThF 9.30 


Q 


129 


BSAD 350 








Marketing 


Principles and 


Organization 


(03) 71497 


0101 


MTuThF 9.30 


Q 


123 


0201 


MTuThF 11.00 


G 


205 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



BSAD 351 

Marketing Management (03) 71507 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 369 Staff 

BSAD 352 

Advertising (03) 71517 

(Prerequisite — BSAD 350 or Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 O 123 Staff 



business and public administration / 81 



BSAD 360 




Personnel Management (03) 7160/ 




0101 MTuThF 12.30 


Q 104 


0102 MTuThF 11.00 


Q 104 



BSAD 362 

Labor Relations (03) 7163/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



Q 130 



BSAD 364 

Management and Organization Theory (03) 7168/ 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 028 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 Q 130 

0301 MW 7.00-9.40 P.M. Q 129 



BSAD 370 

Principles of Transportation (03) 71707 
0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 



129 



BSAD 380 

Business Law (03) 71807 
0101 MTuThF 8.00 
0201 MTuThF 9.30 

BSAD 381 

Business Law (03) 71817 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 



Q 368 
G 309 



Q 129 



BSAD 422 

Auditing Theory and Practice (03) 71227 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 311) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 123 

BSAD 424 

Advanced Accounting (03) 71247 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 311) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 122 

BSAD 460 

Personnel Management (03) 71617 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 360) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 130 

BSAD 482 

Business and Government (03) 71897 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 027 

0201 MTuThF 8.00 G 109A 

BSAD 495 

Business Policies (03) 71997 
(Prerequisite — Senior standing) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 028 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 G 109A 

0301 MTuThF 8.00 G 109B 

0401 MTuThF 9.30 Q 028 

0501 MTuThF 11.00 G 109A 

BSAD 735 

Managerial Analysis I (03) 72347 
0101 TuW 12.30-3.00 



Q 129 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



82 / business and public administration 

BSAD 737 

Management Simulation (03) 7237/ 
(Prerequisite — BSAD 734 or Consent of Instructor) 

0101 MW 12.30-3.00 Q 028 Staff 

BSAD 740 

Financial Administration (03) 7240/ 

0101 MF 3.00-5.30 Q 19A Staff 

BSAD 751 

Marketing Communications Management (03) /251/ 

0101 MW 6.45-9.15 Q 368 Staff 

BSAD 764 

Behavorial Factors in Management (03) 7264/ 

0101 TuW 3.00-5.30 RR 005 Staff 

BSAD 774 

Private Enterprise and Public Policy (03) 7281/ 

0101 TuW 3.00-5.30 Q 129 Staff 

BSAD 775 

Product, Production and Pricing Policy (03) 72827 

0101 MW 12.30-3.00 Q 132 Staff 

BSAD 828 

Independent Study in Business Administration (03) 72987 

0101 Arranged Staff 

BSAD 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

BSAD 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ECONOMICS 

ECON 110 

Economic Developments (03) 70047 

0101 MTuThF9.30 T 118 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 11.00 T 108 Staff 

ECON 201 

Principles of Economics (03) 70317 
(Prerequisite — Sophomore standing) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 107 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 A 320 Staff 

ECON 203 

Principles of Economics (03) 70327 

(Prerequisite — Econ 201) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 T 010 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 A 321 Staff 

0301 MTuThF 11.00 T 118 Staff 



business and public administration / 83 

ECON 205 

Fundamentals of Economics (03) 7037/ 
Prerequisite — Sophomore standing. Not open to students who have 
credit in Econ 201 and 203. Not open to BPA students. 

0101 MTuThFS.OO Q 132 Staff 

0201 MTuThF9.30 Q 107 Staff 

0301 MTuThF 11.00 Q 132 Staff 

ECON 401 

National Income Analysis (03) 7102/ 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203. Required for Economics fvlajors) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 AR 002 Staff 

ECON 403 

Intermediate Price Theory (03) 7132/ 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203. Required for Economics Majors) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 G 205 Staff 

0201 MTuThF 11.00 G 309 Staff 

ECON 415 

Introduction to Economic Development of Underdeveloped 
Areas (03 7105/ 

(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 209 Staff 

ECON 425 

Mathematical Economics (03) 71307 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 G 109B Staff 

ECON 430 

Money and Banking (03) 71407 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 RR 113 Staff 

ECON 440 

International Economics (03) 71487 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 Q 107 Staff 

ECON 460 

Industrial Organization (03) 71707 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 132 Staff 

ECON 470 

Labor Economics (03) 71607 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 A 320 Staff 

ECON 480 

Comparative Economic Systems (03) 1317 
(Prerequisite — Econ 203) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 107 Staff 

ECON 698 

Selected Topics in Economics (03) 2377 

0101 Ararnged Staff 



84 / business and public administration 



ECON 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 
0101 Ararnged 

ECON 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 
0101 Ararnged 



Staff 



Staff 



GEOGRAPHY 














GEOG 100 














Introduction 


to Geography (03) 7001/ 










0101 


MTuTh 9.307 


7M11 


Q 


029 


Q 


232 


0102 


MTuTh 9.307 


7M2 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0103 


MTuTh 9.307 


7M 3.30 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0104 


MTuTh 9.307 


7Tu8 


Q 


029 


Q 


232 


0105 


MTuTh 9.307 


7Tu2 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0106 


MTuTh 9.307 


7Tu 3.30 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0107 


MTuTh 9.307 


7Th11 


Q 


029 


Q 


232 


0108 


MTuTh 9.307 


7Th2 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0109 


MTuTh 9.307 


7Th 3.30 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0110 


MTuTh 9.307 


7F8 


Q 


029 


Q 


232 


0111 


MTuTh 9.307 


7F2 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 


0112 


MTuTh 9.307 


7F 3.30 


Q 


029 


Q 


209 



GEOG 202 

Introductory Cultural Geography (03) 0117 

0101 MTuThF8.00 Q 228 

0102 MTuThF 12.30 228 

GEOG 203 

Introductory Economic Geography (03) 70157 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 228 

GEOG 300 

Introduction to Geographic Research and Writing (03) 7109/ 
0101 Arranged Q 229 

GEOG 380 

Local Field Course (03) 71707 
0101 Arranged 

GEOG 385 

Scientific Methodology and History of Geography (03) 7180/ 
0101 MW 7.00-950 Q 229 

GEOG 400 

Regional Geography of Eastern Anglo-America (03) 71007 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 210 

GEOG 407 

Historical Geography of America After 1800 (03) 71287 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 209 

GEOG 415 

Economic Resources and Development of Africa (03) 7122/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 209 

GEOG 421 

Economic and Political Geography of Eastern Asia (03) /130/ 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 228 



Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 
Cirrincione 



Muller 
Deshler 



Groves 



Mitchell 



Brodsky 



Hu 



Mitchell 



Muller 



Deshler 



Hu 



business and public administration / 85 



GEOG 432 

Economic and Cultural Geography of South America (03) /111/ 
0101 IVITuThFS.OO Q 210 

GEOG 451 

Political Geography (03) 7190/ 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 Q 209 

GEOG 455 

Urban Geography (03) 7197/ 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 O 210 

GEOG 490 

Geographic Concepts and Source Materials (03) 71037 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 210 

GEOG 788 

Selected Topics in Geography (1-3 Var Cr) 72907 
0101 Arranged 

GEOG 789 

Selected Topics in Geography (1-3 Var Cr) 72917 
0101 Arranged 

GEOG 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

GEOG 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
0101 Arranged 



Chaves 



Chaves 



Groves 



Cirrincione 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 

GVPT 100 

Principles of Government and Politics (03) 70037 
0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 019A 

GVPT 170 

American Government (03) /0017 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 H 304 

0201 MTuThF 11.00 H 304 

0301 MTuThF 12.30 Q 19A 

GVPT 220 

Introduction to Political Behavior (03) 70207 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 19A 

GVPT 280 

Comparative Politics and Government (03) 70907 
0101 MTuThF 12.30 Q 213 

GVPT 300 

International Political Relations (03) 7101/ 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 19A 

GVPT 401 

Problems of World Politics (03) 71547 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 Q 211 



Heisier 



Chaples 

Thigpen 

Glass 



Devine 



Melnick 



Wilkenfeld 



Harrison 



86 / business and public administration 



GVPT 410 

Principles of Public Administration (03) /110/ 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThFS.OO Q 213 

GVPT 431 

Introduction to Constitutional Law (03) 7131/ 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 213 



Strouse 



McCarrick 



GVPT 441 

History of Political Theory — Ancient and Medieval (03) 7141/ 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 213 



Terchek 



GVPT 454 

Contemporary African Politics (03) 7103/ 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 Q 211 



Werlin 



GVPT 462 

Urban Politics (03) 71627 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 



Q 211 



Levine 



GVPT 475 

The Presidency and The Executive Branch (03) 71757 
(Prerequisite— GVPT 170) 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 Q 211 

GVPT 780 

Seminar in The Comparative Study of Politics (03) 7290/ 
0101 TuF 12.30-3 RR 003 



King 



Oliver 



GVPT 799 

Masters Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) /3997 
0101 Arranged 

GVPT 808 

Functional Problems in International Relations — 
Selected Topics (03) 7203' 

0101 MTh 7.00-9.45 Q 504 

GVPT 818 

Problems of Public Administration (03) /2137 
0101 MTh 7.00-9.45 Q 369 



Staff 



McNelly 



Dillon 



GVPT 842 

Man and The State (03) 72427 
0101 Tu F 3.00-5.30 



Q 369 



GVPT 857 

Seminar in American Foreign Relations (03) 72067 

0101 TuF 12.30-3 Q 369 

GVPT 869 

Seminar in Urban Administration (03) 72187 

0101 MTh 3.00-5.30 Q 369 



Byrd 



Plischke 



Glendening 



business and public administration / 87 



GVPT 878 

Problems in American Government and Politics (03) 7261/ 
0101 MTh 12.30-3.00 Q 369 

GVPT 888 

Seminar in Comparative Governmental Institutions — 
Selected Topics (03) 7208/ 

0101 MTh 12.30-3.00 RR 003 

GVPT 898 

Readings in Government and Politics (03) 7398/ 
0101 Arranged 

GVPT 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 
0101 Arranged 



Hathorn 



Hsueh 



Staff 



Staff 



INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 

IFSM 401 

Electronic Data Processing (03) 7101/ 

(Prerequisite — Junior standing and Math 111) 
0101 MTuThF9.30 Q 006 

IFSM 402 

Electronic Data Processing Applications (03) 71027 
(Prerequisite — IFSM 401 or Consent of Instructor) 
0101 MTuThF 11.00 Q 006 



Testa 



Testa 



JOURNALISM 

JOUR 200 

Introduction to Journalism (03) 70107 

0101 MTuWThFS.OO G 309 Grunig 

(Prerequisite to other courses in department) 

JOUR 201 

Writing For The Mass Media (03) 7011 ' 

0101 MTuWThF 11.00 G 304 Petrick 

(Prerequisites — Jour 010, C average in English and typing ability) 

JOUR 310 

News Editing (03) 71607 

0101 MTuWThF 11.00 G 305 Crowell 

(Prerequisite — Jour 201) 

JOUR 320 

News Reporting (03) 71007 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 G 304 Brown 

(Prerequisite — Jour 201 and typing ability) 

JOUR 330 

Public Relations (03) 71667 

0101 MTuWThF 11.00 G 204 Midura 

(Prerequisite — Jour 201) 

JOUR 350 

News Photography (03) 71817 

0101 MTuWThF 9.00-11.00 G 208 Geracl 

(Prerequisite — Jour 201) 



88 / business and public administration 

JOUR 371 

Magazine Article and Feature Writing (03) 7165/ 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30 G 204 Flippen 

(Prerequisite — Jour 201) 

JOUR 600 

Research Methods in Mass Communication (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 G 204 Martin 



89 

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION 



EDUCATION ADMINISTRATION, SUPERVISION AND CURRICULUM 

EDAD 499A 

Workshop On Human Relationships in Education (06) /189A/ 
(Meets at John F. Kennedy Senior High School) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.00-3.30 Newell 

EDAD 602 

The Junior College (03) 

0101 MTuThF 12.30 A 043 Kelsey 

EDAD 603 

Problems in Higher Education (03) 

0101 MTuThF 2.00 RR 021 Kelsey 

EDAD 610 

The Organization and Administration of Public Education (03) 7210/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 AA 008 McLoone 

0201 TuTh 7.00-9.50 00 321 Goldman 

EDAD 611 

Organization and Administration of Secondary Schools (03) 7211/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 00 321 Anderson, J. P. 

EDAD 612 

School Finance and Business Administration (03) 7212/ 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 FF 007 McLoone 



90 / education 



EDAD 616 

Public School Supervision (03) 7216/ 

0101 MTuThFS.OO FF 007 



Anderson, J. P. 



EDAD 617 

Administration and Supervision in The Elementary School (03) 7217/ 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 00 321 Bennett 



EDAD 625 

School Public Relations (03) 7225/ 

0101 MTuWThFS.OO 00 026 

EDAD 634 

The School Curriculum (03) 7234/ 

0101 MTUWThF9.30 00 303 

EDAD 635 

Principles of Curriculum Development (03) 7235/ 
0101 MTuThFS.OO 00 321 



Van Zwoll 



Ho vet 



Bennett 



EDAD 679 

Seminar in Educational Administration and Supervision (03) 7249/ 

0101 TuTh 3.30-5.30 00 321 Goldman 



EDAD 727 

Public School Personnel Administration (03) 72277 
0101 MTuWThF9.30 00 312 

EDAD 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

EDAD 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
0101 Arranged 



Van Zwoll 



Staff 



Staff 



EDUCATION COUNSELING AND PERSONNEL SERVICES 




EDCP 410 








Introduction 


to Counseling and Personnel Services 


(03) 7161/ 




0101 


MTuWThFS.OO 00 02S 




Haugen 


0201 


MTuWThF9.30 AA 014 




Speilbichler 


0301 


MTuWThF 11.00 AA 014 




Stockdale 


0401 


MTuWThF9.30 AA 016 




Gump 


EDCP 411 








Mental Hygi 


ene in The Classroom (03) 71727 






0101 


MTuWThFS.OO AA 014 




Stockdale 


0201 


MTuWThF 12.30 00 028 




Haugen 



EDCP 470 

Introduction to Student Personnel (03) 72007 
0101 MTuWThF 9.30 FF 007 

EDCP 489 

Field Experience in Counseling and Personnel 
Services (1-4 Var Cr) 71877 

(See EDUC 4S9A for description) 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



Staff 



education / 91 



EDCP 498 

Special Problems in Counseling and Personnel 
Services (1-3 Var Cr) /188/ 

(See EDUC 498 for description) 
0101 Arranged 



EDCP 499A 

Group Counseling (03) /189A/ 
0101 MTuWThF 11.00 



AA 016 



EDCP 611 

Occupational Choice Theory and Information (03) 7243/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 TH 117 

0201 MTuWThF 8.00 FF 018 

EDCP 614 

Personality Theories in Counseling and Personnel 

Services (03) 7249/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 GO 301 

0201 MTuWThF 11.00 00 301 



EDCP 615 

Cases in Appraisal (03) 72507 
0101 MTuWThF 8.00 
0201 MTuWThF 11.00 



FF 
FF 



016 
016 



EDCP 616 

Counseling — Theoretical Foundations and Practice (03) 72607 
0201 MTuWThF 9.30 FF 020 

EDCP 619 

Practicum in Counseling (02) 72617 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 00 125 

0201 MTuWThF 11.00 00 307 

0301 MTuWThF 8.00 00 303 



Staff 



Gump 



Byrne 
Rhoads 



Greenberg 
Greenberg 



Shore 
Rhoads 



Stern 



Stern 

Speilbichler 

Collins 



EDCP 645 

Counseling in The Elementary Schools (03) 72657 
0101 MTuWThF 11.00 00 301 

EDCP 655 

Organization and Administration of Personnel 
Services (02) 72547 

0101 MTuWThF 11.00 FF 021 

EDCP 656 

Counseling and Personnel Services Seminar (02) 72717 
0101 MTuWThF 12.30 00 321 

EDCP 798 

Special Problems in Counseling and Personnel 
Services (1-6 Var Cr) 72887 

(See EDUC 798 for description) 
0101 Arranged 

EDCP 799 

Master's Tuesic Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 



Collins 



Staff 



Byrne 



Staff 



Staff 



92 / education 

EDCP 888 

Apprenticeship in Counseling and Personnel Services 
(1-9 Var Cr) /224/ 

(See EDUC 888A for Description) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDCP 889 

Internship in Counseling and Personnel Services (3-16 Var Cr) /287/ 
(See EDUC 889A for Description) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDCP 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) '499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 



EDUCATION, EARLY CHILDHOOD - ELEMENTARY 

EDEL 303 

Activities and Materials in Early Childhood Education (03) 7115/ 

0101 MTuWThF 11 00 105 Stant 

EDEL 321 

Curriculum and Instruction — Early Childhood (03) /140B/ 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30 00 105 Staff 

EDEL 401 

Science In Early Childhood Education (03) 

0103 MTuWThF 9.30 00 210 Williams 

EDEL 402 

Science In The Elementary School — Elementary (03) /105B/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 024 Dietz 

0201 MTuWThF 12.30 00 024 Dietz 

EDEL 404 

Language Arts in Early Childhood Education (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 127 Staff 

EDEL 407 

Social Studies in the Elementary School — Elementary (03) /122B/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 T 201 Weaver 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 T 201 O'Neill 

0301 MTuWThF 12.30 00 225 Wirth 

EDEL 410 

The Child and the Curriculum— Early Childhood (03) /123A/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 105 Stant 

EDEL 412 

Art in the Elementary School (03) /125/ 
(Enrollment Limited to 25) 

0101 MTuWThF 8 T 102 Longley 

EDEL 413 

Mathematics in the Elementary School— Early Childhood (03) /126A/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 FF 017 Martin 

EDEL 414 

Mathematics in the Elementary School — Elementary (03) /126B/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 FF 017 Hutchings 

0201 MTuWThF 11 FF 017 Hutchings 



education / 93 

EDEL 426 

The Teaching of Reading (03) /153B/ 

0101 IVITuWThF 9.30 FF 018 Herman 

0201 MTuWThF 11.00 FF 019 Hall 

EDEL 430 

Corrective — Remedial Reading Instruction (03) /EDUC 157/ 

0101 TuTh 7-9.45 00 105 Sullivan 

0201 Arranged Staff 

EDEL 431 

Laboratory Practices In Reading (03) /EDUC 155/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDEL 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) /188/ 

Prerequisite — Consent of Instructor. Course cards must have the 
title of the problem and the name of the instructor who 
approved it. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDEL 499G 

Workshop for Teachers of Elementary School Mathematics (06) /189G/ 
(Open Only to Participants in the NSF — CCSS Program) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDEL 499K 

European Travel Seminar (06) /189K/ 

0101 Arranged O'Donnell 

EDEL 600 

Seminar in Elementary Education (03) /200/ 

0101 MWF 11 FF 018 O'Neill 

EDEL 601 

Problems in Teaching Science in Elementary Schools (03) /205/ 

0101 MTuWThF 11 00 210 Williams 

EDEL 607 

Problems of Teaching Social Studies in Elementary School 

(03) /222/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 00 225 Herman 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 00 225 Weaver 

EDEL 615 

Diagnosis and Remediation of Arithmetic Disabilities (03) /227/ 
(Prerequisite— EDEL 313 or 314 and EDUC 410 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 227 Ashlock 

EDEL 626 

Problems in the Teaching of Reading in the Elementary 
School (03) /253/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 105 Hall 

EDEL 630 

Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Disabilities (03) /EDUC 257/ 

0101 Arranged Sullivan 

EDEL 631 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences In Reading (03) /EDUC 255/ 

0101 Arranged Wilson 



94 / education 

EDEL 632 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences In Reading (03) /EDUC 256/ 

0101 Arranged Brigham 

0201 Arranged Wilson 

EDEL 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) /288/ 

Prerequisite — Consent of Instructor. Course cards must have 
the title of the problem and the name of the instructor v\/ho 
approved it. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDEL 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDEL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 



EDUCATION, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

EDHD 312 

Scientific Concepts in Human Development I (08) 7112/ 
(Meets June 21-July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3 00 026 

0201 MTuWThF 12.30-3 T 102 

0301 MTuWThF 12.30-3 T 203 

0401 MTuWThF 12.30-3 00 301 

EDHD 313 

Laboratory In Behavior Analysis I (03) 7113/ 
(Meets July 12-July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3 RR 023 

EDHD 314 

Scientific Concepts in Human Development II (03) 7114/ 
(All Sections Meet July 12-July 30) 
0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0201 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0301 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0401 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0501 MTuWThF 12.30-3 

EDHD 411 

Child Growth and Development (03) 7108/ 
0101 MTuWThF 9.30 O 240 

EDHD 413 

Adolescent Development (03) 71057 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 126 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 O 236 

EDHD 445 

Guidance of Young Children (03) 7145/ 
0101 MTuWThF 8 FF 021 

0201 MTuWThF 11 00 125 

EDHD 460 

Educational Psychology (03) 71607 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 



00 


026 


T 


102 


T 


203 


00 


301 


TH 


117 



126 



Hatfield 

Green 

Hunt 

Bowie 



Goering 



Bolea 

Hatfield 

Gardner 

Rogolsky 

Bowie 



Huebner 



Kurtz 
Gardner 



Davidson 
Davidson 



Milhollan 



education / 95 

EDHD 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) /188/ 

0101 Arranged Staff. 

EDHD 499C 

Workshop — Application of Human Development Principles (02) 
/189C/ 
(Meets August 2-August 13) 

0101 MTuWThF 8-12 Goering 

EDHD 499K 

Workshop— Educational Leadership (02) /189K/ 
(Meets June 7-June 18) 

0101 MTuWThF 8-12 Goering 

EDHD 600 

Introduction to Human Development and Child Study (03) /200/ 
Sections 0101, 0201, 0301 meet June 23-July 30 
Sections 0401, 0501, 0601 meet June 23-August 13 



0101 


MTuWThF 8 


TH 117 


Flatter 


0201 


MTuWThF 9.30 


F 118 


Matteson 


0301 


MTuWThF 11 


GO 303 


Kurtz 


0401 


TuTh 7 P.M. 


GO 303 


Morgan 


0501 


TuTh 7 P.M. 


Baltimore Campus* 


Hunt 


0601 


TuTh 7 P.M. 


GG 301 


Kyle 


*Registration at College 


Park Essential 




EDHD 601 








Biological 


Bases of Behavior 


(03) '201/ 




0101 


MTuWThF 8 


GG 030 


Chapin 


0201 


MTuWThF 11 


TH 117 


Chapin 



EDHD 602 

Social Bases of Behavior (03) 7202/ 

Sections 0101, 0201 meet June 23-July 30 
Section 0301 meets June 23-August 13 

0101 MTuWThF 8 GG 001 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 GG 030 

0301 TuTh 7 P.M. Baltimore Campus' 

'Registration at College Park Essential 



Matteson 
Rogolsky 
Rogolsky 



EDHD 603 

Integrative Bases of Behavior (03) 203 ' 
0101 MTuWThF 11 F 117 



Green 



EDHD 612 

Advanced Scientific Concepts 
(Meets June 21-July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0201 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0301 MTuWThF 12.30-3 
0401 MTuWThF 12.30-3 



in Human Development I (03) 7212/ 



GG 


026 


T 


102 


T 


203 


GO 


301 



Hatfield 

Green 

Hunt 

Bowie 



EDHD 613 

Advanced Laboratory in Behavior Analysis 
(Meets July 12-July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3 RR 023 



(03) 7213/ 



Goering 



96 / education 



EDHD 614 

Advanced Scientific Concepts in Human Development II (03) 7214/ 
(All Sections Meet July 12-July 30) 
0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3 00 



0201 MTuWThF 12.30-3 T 

0301 MTuWThF 12.30-3 T 

0401 MTuWThF 12.30-3 00 

0501 MTuWThF 12.30-3 TH 



026 
102 
203 
301 
117 



EDHD 710 

Affectional Relationships and Processes in Human 
Development (03) 7210/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 307 

EDHD 711 

Peer Culture and Group Processes in Human Development 
(03) 72117 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 F 117 

EDHD 721 

Learning Theory and the Educative Process I (03) 7221/ 
Sections 0101, 0201, 0301 meet June 23-July 30 
Section 0401 meets June 23-Aug. 13 
0101 MTuWThF 8 AA 016 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 C 080 

0301 MTuWThF 11 C 080 

0401 TTh 7 P.M. 00 301 

EDHD 722 

Learning Theory and the Educative F'rocess II (03) 72227 
0101 MTuWTHF 11 T 010 

EDHD 779 

Seminar in Special Topics in Human Development (03) 72707 
0101 MTuWThF 11 00 030 

EDHD 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) 72887 
(See EDUC 798 for Description) 
0101 Arranged 

EDHD 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

EDHD 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 
0101 Arranged 



Bolea 

Hatfield 

Gardner 

Rogolsky 

Bowie 



Kyle 



Flatter 



Milhollan 

Ansello 

Ansello 

Bolea 



Eliot 



Huebner 



Morgan 



Morgan 



Staff 



EDUCATION, INDUSTRIAL 

EDIN 102 

Woodworking I (03) 70027 

0101 MTuWThF 11 P 210 

EDIN 112 

Shop Calculations (03) 70127 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 P 205 



White 



Stough 



education / 97 



EDIN 122 

Woodworking II (03) 7022/ 
0101 MTuWThF 12.30 



P 210 



EDIN 127 

Electricity-Electronics I (03) /028/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 P 206 

EDIN 133 

Automotives (03) 7033/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 P 104 

EDIN 184 

Organized and Supervised Work Experience (03) 70847 
(Professors— Campbell, Gelina, Gettle, DuVall) 
0101 Arranged 

EDIN 243 

Automotives II (03) 70437 

0101 MTuWThF 11 P 104 

EDIN 247 

Electricity-Electronics II (03) 70487 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 P 206 

EDIN 324 

Organized and Supervised Work Experience (03) 71247 
(Professors — Campbell, Crosby, Gelina, Tierney) 
0101 Arranged 

EDIN 350 

Methods of Teaching (03) 70507 
(Sections 0101 and 0201 T and I Workshop Only) 
0101 MTuThF 8 P 103 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 P 103 

0301 MTuThF 11 P 103 

EDIN 450 

Training Aids Development (03) 7150/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 P 304 

EDIN 457 

Tests and Measurements (03) 7157/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 P 208 

EDIN 464 

Laboratory Organization and Management (03) 71647 
(Sections 0101 and 0201 T and I Workshop Only) 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 P 110 

0201 MTuThF 11 P 110 

0301 MTuThF 8 P 110 



EDIN 465 

Modern Industry (03) 7165/ 
0101 MTuWThF 11 



P 304 



White 

Bradley 

Cooksey 

Staff 

Cooksey 
Bradley 

Staff 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Beatty 

Stough 



Anderson 

Anderson 

Gettle 



Harrison 



EDIN 466 

Educational Foundations of Industrial Arts (03 71667 
0101 MTuWThF 9.30 P 208 

EDIN 467 

Problems in Occupational Education (03) 71677 
0101 MTuWThF 8 P 205 



Beatty 



Chambliss 



98 / education 



EDIN 469 

Occupational Analysis and Course Construction (03) /169/ 

(Sections 0101 and 0201 for T plus I Workshop Only) 

0101 MTuThF 8 P 302 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 P 302 

0301 MTuThF 11 P 302 

EDIN 471 

History and Principles of Vocational Education (03) 7171/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 P 201 -A 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Luetkemeyer 



EDIN 475 

Recent Technological Developments in Products and Processes 
(03) /1 75/ 

0101 MTuThF 11 P 205 

EDIN 487 

Field Experience in Education (1-4 Var Or) 7187/ 
(See EDUC 489 for Description) 
0101 Arranged 

EDIN 488 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) 7188/ 
(See EDUC 498 for Description) 
0101 Arranged 

EDIN 489D 

Workshop in Vocational Education (1-6 Var Cr) 7189D7 

0101 W 9.30 P 206 

0201 W 1.30 P 206 

0301 W 8.00 P 306 

EDIN 489R 

Trade Advancement Workshop (1-6 Var Cr) 7189R7 
0101 Arranged 

EDIN 607 

Philosophy of Industrial Arts Education (03) 72077 
0101 MTuWThF 11 P 201-A 

EDIN 616 

Supervision of Industrial Arts (03) 72167 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 P 201-A 

EDIN 641 

Content and Method of Industrial Arts (03) 72417 
0101 MTuWThF 8 P 304 

EDIN 642 

Coordination of Work-Experience Programs (03) 72427 
0101 MTuWThF 9.30 P 114 

EDIN 650 

Teacher Education in Industrial Arts (03) 7250/ 
0101 MTuWThF 8 P 201-A 

EDIN 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) 7288/ 
(See EDUC 798 for Description) 
0101 Arranged 

EDIN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) /399/ 
0101 Arranged 



Crosby 



Staff 



Staff 



Duvall 
Duvall 
Duvall 



Staff 

Leutkemeyer 

Tierney 

Maley 

Chambliss 

Harrison 

Staff 
Staff 



education / 99 

EDIN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUCATION, MEASUREMENT AND STATISTICS 

All courses in measurement and statistics are offered on a seven-week basis 
with the second, fourth, and sixth Wednesday classes not held. 

EDMS 446 

Quantitative Research Methods I (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 8 FF 019 Bates 

0102 MTuWThF 8 00 222 Johnson 

0103 MTuWThF 9.30 00 026 Stunkard 

0104 MTuWThF 9.30 T 203 Hamilton 

0105 MTuWThF 11 FF 020 Vogt 

0106 MTuWThF 11 00 223 Hamilton 

0107 MTuWThF 11 00 222 Kruglich 

0108 MTuWThF 12.30 00 312 Kruglich 

0109 MTuWTh 8.30-9.50 pm J 010 Rogers 

EDMS 446A 

Quantitative Research Methods I (03) 

Content Covers Material Formerly Presented in EDUC 146 and 
EDUC 246. Concurrent Registration in EDMS 646A Required. 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-12.30 J 006 Schafer 

EDMS 451 

Statistical Methods in Education (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 11 FF 021 Dayton 

0102 TuTh 7-9.50 O 307 Bates 

EDMS 489 

Field Experience in Education — Measurement and Statistics 
(1-4 Var Cr) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDMS 498 

Special Problems in Education — Measurement and Statistics 
(1-3 Var Cr) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDMS 622 

Measurement in Pupil Appraisal (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 307 Giblette 

EDMS 646 

Quantitative Research Methods II (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 11 GG 150 Stunkard 

0102 MTuWThF 12.30 00 307 Vogt 

EDMS 646A 

Quantitative Research Methods II (03) 

Content Covers Material Formerly Presented in EDUC 146 and 

EDUC 246. 

Concurrent Registration in EDMS 446A Required. 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-12.30 J 006 Schafer 

EDMS 651 

Intermediate Statistics in Education (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30 00 223 Rogers 



100 / education 



EDMS 780 

Research Methods and Materials (03) 
0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 222 

EDMS 789 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Or) 
0101 Arranged 

EDMS 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 
0101 Arranged 

EDMS 879 

Doctoral Seminar (01) 

0101 M 1-3.30 00 222 

0102 Tu 1-3.30 00 222 

0103 W 1-3.30 00 222 

EDMS 888 

Apprenticeship in Measurement and Statistics (1-9 Var Cr) 
0101 Arranged 

EDMS 889 

Internship in Measurement and Statistics (3-16 Var Cr) 
0101 Arranged 

EDMS 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 
0101 Arranged 



Johnson 



Staff 



Staff 



Dayton 

Dayton 

Giblette 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



EDUCATION, SECONDARY 

EDSE 330 

Principles and Methods of Secondary Education (03) /145/ 
0101 MTuWThF 8 00 036 

0201 MTuWThF 8 NN 320 

0301 MTuWThF 12.30 00 125 



EDSE 340 

Curriculum, 
0101 



Instruction, and Observation-Art (03) /140A/ 
MTuWThF 11 NN 314 



Adkins 

Biaiek 

Quigley 



Longley 



EDSE 403 

Problems in Teaching Office Skills (03) 7101/ 
(Taught in Conjunction with Typewriting Demonstration Laboratory) 

0101 MTuThF 11 00 401 O'Neill 



EDSE 404 

Basic Business Education 
0101 MTuWThF 8 



the Secondary Schools (03) 7104/ 
OO 401 



Staff 



EDSE 415 

Financial and Economic Education (03) 7114/ 
0101 MTuWThF 8.30-3.30 MM 304 

EDSE 416 

Financial and Economic Education (03) 71157 
0101 MTuWThF 8.30-3.30 MM 304 



Anderson 



Anderson 



education / 101 



EDSE 423C 

Field Experiences — Distribution (03) 7123/ 
Supervised Wori< Experiences in a Distributive Occupation to 
Apply Theory of Distribution to the Function of Distribution as a 
Basis for Vocational Teaching and Guidance. By Individual 
Arrangement with the Advisor. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDSE 425 

Problems in Teaching Home Economics (03) 7125/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 312 Brabble 

EDSE 430 

Corrective — Remedial Reading Instruction (03) 

0101 TuTh 7-9.45 P.M. 00 105 Sullivan 

0201 Arranged Staff 

EDSE 431 

Laboratory Practice In Reading (2-4 Var Or) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDSE 440 

Methods of Teaching English in Secondary Schools (03) 7141/ 

0101 MTuWThF 2 00 126 Quigley 

EDSE 442 

Teaching the Audio-Lingual Skills in the Foreign Languages (03) 
71427 

0101 MTuWThF 2 00 220 Flores 

EDSE 444 
Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Schools (03) 71377 

0101 MTuWThF 2 00 312 Davidson 

EDSE 446 

Methods of Teaching Science in Secondary Schools (03) 71387 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 210 Staff 

EDSE 447 

Methods of Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools (03) 71337 



0101 MTuWThF 2 



00 225 



Wirth 



EDSE 453 

The Teaching of Reading in Secondary School (03) 71537 
0101 MTuWThF 11 00 127 

EDSE 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Or) 71887 
(See EDUG 488 for Description) 
0101 Arranged 

EDSE 499B 

Workshop for Teachers of Disadvantaged Youth (03) 71897 
(Meets June 21 to July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-3.30 F 111 

EDSE 499D 

Workshop in Team Teaching (03) 71897 
(Meets June 21 to July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-3.30 GG 001 



Staff 



Staff 



Biaiek 



Funaro 



102 / education 



EDSE 499L 

Workshop — Curriculum Development and Instruction in Family Life 
Education (03) 7189/ 

(Meets July 12 to July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-3.30 GG 001 Lemmon 

EDSE 499M 

Home Economics Education Workshop (03) /189M/ 
(Meets June 21-July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-3.30 GG 010 Green 

EDSE 499P 

Workshop in Distributive Education (03) /189P/ 
(Meets July 12-July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 8.30-3.30 GG 010 Staff 

EDSE 499R 

Workshop — Interpersonal Communication and Human Relations 
In the Classroom (03) 7189/ 
(Meets July 12-July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-3.30 F 111 



EDSE 499Y 

Workshop in Ethnic Studies (03) 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-3.30 AR 006 

EDSE 600 

Administration and Supervision of Business Education (03) 
0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 401 

EDSE 605 

Principles and Problems of Business Education (03) 7255/ 
0101 MTuWThF 11 00 401 

EDSE 626 

Problems of Teaching Reading in Secondary Schools (03) 
0101 MTuWThF 11 AA 012 

EDSE 630 

Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Disabilities (03) 
0101 Arranged 

EDSE 631 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences in Reading (03) 
0101 Arranged 

EDSE 632 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences in Reading (03) 
0101 Arranged 
0201 Arranged 
EDSE 644 

Trends in Secondary School Curriculum — English (03) 7240A7 
0101 MTuWThF 11 AR 002 

EDSE 645 

Trends in Secondary School Curriculum — Foreign 
Languages (03) 7240E7 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30 00 030 

EDSE 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) 72887 
(See EDUC 798 for Description) 
0101 Arranged 



Funaro 



Adkins, Gantt 



Peters 



Peters 



Brigham 



Sullivan 



Wilson 



Brigham 
Wilson 



Woo If 



Flores 



Staff 



education / 103 

EDSE 799 

Master's Thesis Researcli (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDSE 822 

Seminar in Computer Assisted Instruction (03) /247M/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 AA 012 Walbesser 

EDSE 826 

Seminar in Home Economics Education (03) /247H/ 

0101 MTuWTliF 8 00 312 Brabble 

EDSE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUCATION, SPECIAL 

EDSP 470 

Introduction to Special Education (03) 7170/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 220 Staff 

0201 MW 7 00 220 Staff 

EDSP 471 

Characteristics of Exceptional Children — Mentally 
Retarded (03) 7171A7 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 125 Staff 

EDSP 472 

Education of Exceptional Children — Mentally Retarded (03) 7172A/ 

0101 MTuWThF 11 AA 008 Staff 

EDSP 473 

Curriculum for Exceptional Children — Mentally Retarded 
(03) 7173A7 

0101 MTuWThF 8 AA 008 Staff 

EDSP 475 

Education of the Slow Learner (03) 71757 

0101 MTuWThF 11 00 220 Staff 

EDSP 491 

Charactertistics of Exceptional Children — Perceptual Learning 
Problems (03) 7171C7 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 00 301 Staff 

EDSP 492 

Education of Exceptional Children — Perceptually Impaired (03) 7172C7 

0101 MTuWThF 11 00 026 Staff 

EDSP 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) 71887 
(See EDUC 498 for Description) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDSP 600 

Exceptional Children and Youth (03) 72007 

0101 MTuWThF 8 AA 012 Staff 

EDSP 610 

Administration and Supervision of Special Education Programs 
(03) 72107 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 223 Staff 



104 / education 

EDUCATION 

EDUC 300 

Human Development and Learning (06) 7110/ 

Section 0301 for in Service Teachers Only. Section 0101 and 0201 
for Regular Undergraduate. Note — All 300 Classes Last 2 Hours 
and 20 Minutes and Meets for an Eight Week Period. Section 1 
and 2 will Require Two off-campus Visits each Week for six Weeks, 
No other Morning Class Should be Elected. 

0101 MTuWThF 8-10.50 Y 005 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30-12.20 Y 019 

0301 MTuWThF 9.30-12.20 Y 021 

EDUC 301 

Foundations of Education (03) /111/ 



0101 


MTuWThF 8 


OO 


303 


0201 


MTuThF 8 


PR 


019 


0301 


MTuThF 8 


TH 


111 


0401 


MTuWThF 9.30 


TH 


111 


0501 


MTuThF 9.30 


00 


220 


0601 


MTuThF 9.30 


00 


223 


0701 


MTuThF 11 





236 


0801 


MTuThF 1 


Z 


071 


EDUC 370 








Introduction 


to Librarianship 


(03) /EDLS 120/ 


0101 


TuTh 9.30-12.20 


00 


028 



Bennett 

Hardy 

McDaniel 



Hopkins 

Lindsay 

Male 

Hopkins 

Lindsay 

Staff 

Agre 

Huden 



Anderson 



EDUC 372 

Cataloging and Classification of Library Materials (03) /EDLS 126/ 
0101 WF 9.30-12.20 00 028 



Staff 



EDUC 373 

Library Materials for Children (03) /EDLS 
0101 MW 2-4.50 00 030 



130/ 



EDUC 375 

School Library Administration and Service (03) /EDLS 128/ 
0101 TuTh 2-4.50 00 030 

EDUC 411 

History of Education in the United States (03) /102/ 
0101 MTuThF 11 00 036 

EDUC 420 

Philosophy of Education (03) /107/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 00 036 



Anderson 



Staff 



EDUC 430 

Educational Sociology (03) /160/ 
0101 MTuThF 9.30 



J 014 



EDUC 440 
Audio-Visual Education (03) /147/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8 00 004 

0201 MTuWThF 9.30 00 004 

0301 MTuWThF 11 00 004 

0401 MW 7-9.50 00 004 

EDUC 442 

Instructional Media Services (03) /148/ 

0101 MTuWThF 11 Y 001 



Male 



Agre 



Huden 



Staff 

Staff 

Staff 

Beckman 



Wedberg 



education / 105 

EDUC 444 

Programmed Instruction (03) /149/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 Y 023 Perrin 

The following two courses, EDUC 489A, B, have as prerequisites at least 6 
semester hours in education at the University of Maryland plus such other pre- 
requisites as may be set by the major area in which the experience is to be 
taken. Planned field experience may be provided for selected graduate students 
who have had teaching experience and whose application for such field experi- 
ence has been approved by the education faculty. Field experience is offered 
in a given area to both majors and non-majors. The maximum number of credits 
which may be earned in EDUC 489, 888, and 889 is 20 sem hours. 

EDUC 489A 

Field Experience in Education — Adult Education (1-4 Var Cr) /187A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUC 489B 

Field Experience in Education — Foundations (1-4 Var Cr) /187B/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUC 498 

Special Problem in Education (1-3 Var Cr) /1 88/ 

Prerequisite — Consent of Instructor. Available Only to Mature 
Students who Have Definite Plans for Individual Study of 
Approved Problems. Course Cards Must Have the Title of the 
Problem and the Name of the Faculty Member who has 
Approved it. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUC 499A 

Supervision of Student Teachers (03) /189A/ 
(Meets June 21-July 12) 

0101 Arranged Hempstead 

EDUC 499B 

Workshop — Instructional Materials (03) /189B/ 
(Meets June 24-July 14) 

0101 MTuWThF 1-4.30 00 004 Chisholm, Beckman 

EDUC 499J 

Workshop in Music — Music Repertoire For Small Instrumental 
Ensembles (03) /189J/ 
(Meets June 21-July 9) 

0101 MTuWThF 8-10.50 NN 116 Gallagher 

EDUC 499S 

Workshop in Music — Music For Today's Youth, With Emphasis 
On Special Needs of Urban Centers (03) /189J/ 
(Meets July 12-July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3.20 NN 208 Staff 

EDUC 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) 7288/ 

Master's Advanced Graduate Specialist, or Doctoral Candidates 
who desire to pursue Special Research Problems under the di- 
rection of their advisers may register for credit under this num- 
ber. Course cards must have the title of the problem and the 
name of the faculty member under whom the work will be done. 

0101 Arranged Staff 



106 / education 

EDUC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) /399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

The following two courses, Apprenticeships in the Major Area of Study, are avail- 
able to selected students whose application for an Apprenticeship has been ap- 
proved by the Education Faculty 

Prerequisites — Teaching experience a Master's Degree in Education, and at least 
six semester hours in Education at the University of Maryland. 

EDUC 888A 

Apprenticeship in Education — Adult Education (1-9 Var Cr) /224A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUC 888B 

Apprenticeship in Education — Foundations (1-9 Var Cr) /224B/ 

0201 Arranged Staff 

The following two courses, Internships in The Major Area of Study, are available 
to selected students who have teaching experience. These groups of students are 
eligible — (A) any student who has been advanced to candidacy for the Doctor's 
Degree, and (B) any student who receives special approval by the Education 
Faculty, provided that prior to taking an Internship, such student shall have com- 
pleted at least 60 semester hours of Graduate Work, including at least 6 semester 
hours at this University. The Internship must be taken in a school situation dif- 
ferent from the one where the student is regularly employed. 

EDUC 889A 

Internship in Education — Adult Education (3-6 Var Cr) /287A/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUC 889B 

Internship in Education — Foundations (3-6 Var Cr) /287B/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

EDUC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

MUSIC EDUCATION 

MUED 438 

Special Problems in The Teaching of Instrumental Music — 
Percussion (03) 7176/ 
Prerequisite — Muse 113, 213 or the equivalent 
Meets July 12-July 30 

0101 MTuWThF 8-10.50 NN 116 Staff 

MUED 450 

Music in Early Childhood Education (03) 7116/ 
Prerequisite — Muse 155. Meets July 12-July 30 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-12.20 NN 202 Shelley 

MUED 470 ^' \ 

Music in Secondary Schools (03) 71327 
Meets June 21-July 9 

0101 MTuWThF 12.30-3.20 NN 101 Shelley 

MUED 472 

Methods and Materials in Vocal Music For Secondary 
Schools (03) 71757 
Meets June 21-July 9 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-12.20 NN 202 Staff 



107 

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



ENGINEERING, AEROSPACE 

ENAE 371 

Aerodynamics I (03) /1 01/ 

0101 MTuThFS.OO J 244 Staff 

ENAE 452 

Flight Structures II (04) 7114/ 

0101 MTuWThF9.30 J 244 Staff 

ENAE 457 

Flight Structures III (03) 7184/ 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 J 244 Staff 

ENAE 488 

Topics in Aerospace Engineering (1-4 Var Cr) 71907 

0101 Arranged 9taff 

ENAE 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Thomas 

ENAE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL 

ENCH 215 

Chemical Engineering Analysis I (02) 70157 
(Prerequisite — Consent of Department. Meets June 24-July 18) 

0101 Arranged Gomezplata 



108 / engineering 

ENCH 250 

Chemical Engineering Analysis II (03) 7050/ 
(Prerequisite — Consent of the Department. Meets July 20- Aug. 14) 

0101 Arranged Gomezplata 

ENCH 437 

Chemical Engineering Laboratory (03) 7137/ 

0101 Arranged Gomezplata 

ENCH 468 

Research (2-3 Var Cr) 71657 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENCH 648 

Special Problems in Chemical Engineering (03) 7247A7 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENCH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENCH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



ENGINEERING, CIVIL 

ENCE 200 

Fundamentals of Engineering Materals (03) 70507 
(Prerequisite — ENES 220 or concurrent registration) 

0101 MTuF8-97Th8-11 J 170 J 170 Staff 

ENCE 280 

Engineering Survey Measurements (03) 70907 
Corequisite — Math 141 with Consent of Instructor. Open only to 
students enrolled in the College of Engineering. June 7-June 21. 

0101 MTuWThF8-5 J 154 Cournyn 

0201 MTuWThF8-5 J 156 Cournyn 

ENCE 350 

Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (03) 71027 

0101 MTuThF 9 Piper 

ENCE 360 

Engineering Analysis and Computer Programming (03) 71007 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENCE 370 

Fundamentals of Transportation Engineering (03) 71087 

0101 MTuThF 8 Staff 

ENCE 489 

Special Problems (03) 71997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENCE 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



engineering / 109 

ENCE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL 

ENEE 206 

Curcuit Analysis I (04) /090/ 

Corequisite — Math 241, Phys 263, ENEE 207. Required of 

Sophomores in Electrical Engineering. 

0101 MTuWThFS.OO J 226 Staff 

ENEE 207 

Circuits Laboratory I (01) 7091/ 

Corequisite — ENEE 206. Required of Sophomores in Electrical 
Engineering. First meeting Wednesday, June 24 in S-006. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 306 

Circuit Analysis II (04) 7120/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 307 

Circuits Laboratory II (01) 71217 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 310 

Electronics Circuits I (04) 71227 
Prerequisite — ENEE 306. Required of Juniors in Electrical 
Engineering. 

0101 MTuWThFS.OO J 154 Staff 

ENEE 311 

Electronics Laboratory I (01) 7123/ 
Corequisite — ENEE 310. Required of Juniors in Electrical 
Engineering. First meeting Wednesday, June 24, S BIdg. 
Laboratory fee $10.00. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 320 

Engineering Probability (02) 71427 
Prerequisites — Math 241, ENEE 206. Required of Electrical 
Engineering Majors. 

0101 MWF8.00 J 122 Staff 

ENEE 344 

Introduction to Computers and Computation (03) 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 Staff 

ENEE 380 

Engineering Electromagnetics I (03) 71307 
Prerequisites — Math 241, Phys 263, ENEE 206, with an average of C 
or better in Math 241, Phys 262, 263 and ENEE 206. Required of 
Juniors in Electrical Engineering. 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 J 154 Staff 

ENEE 400 

Network Synthesis (03 71507 
(Prerequisite — ENEE 306) 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 J 134 Staff 



110 / engineering 

ENEE 418 

Projects in Electrical Engineering (1-3 Var Cr) 7181/ 
Prerequisite — Senior standing in Electrical Engineering and ap- 
proval of the proposed project by the instructor prior to registra- 
tion. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 425 

Signal Analysis, Modulation and Noise (03) 7158/ 

0101 MTuThF9.30 Staff 

ENEE 460 

Feedback Control Systems (03) 7154/ 
(Prerequisites— Math 264, ENEE 310) 

0101 MTuThFB.OO J 140 Staff 

ENEE 488 

Topics in Electrical Engineering (03) 71807 
Special studies in Biomedical, Circuits, Communication, Com- 
puting, Control and Electrophysics. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 620 

Random Processes in Communication and Control (03) 72187 
(Prerequisite — ENEE 425 or equivalent) 

0101 MTuThF8.00 J 236 Staff 

ENEE 621 

Estimation and Detection Theory (03) 72197 

0101 MTuThF3.30 Staff 

ENEE 646 

Digital Computer Design (03) 72707 

0101 MTuThF8.00 Staff 

ENEE 655 

Structure Theory of Machines (03) 72637 

0101 MTuThF3.30 Staff 

ENEE 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENEE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

ENES 101 

Introduction to Engineering Science (03) 70017 
(Prerequisite — Concurrent Math 115) 

0101 M8-10.507TuTh8 J 382 J 382 Puckett 

ENES 110 

Mechanics (03) 70107 

(Prerequisite — ENES 101, Concurrent Math 141) 

0101 MTuThF8.00 J 378 Hayleck 

ENES 220 

Mechanics of Materials (03) 7020/ 

0101 MTuThF 11.00 J 270 Staff 



* 



engineering / 111 

ENES 221 

Dynamics (03) /021/ 
(Prerequisite— ENES 110, concurrent Math 240 and Phys 161) 

0101 IVITuThFS.OO J 360 Cunniff 

ENES 240 

Algorithmic Analysis and Computer Programming (02) 7080/ 

Corequisites— Math 240, ENES 243. Required of Sophomores in 
Electrical Engineering. 

0101 MWF 9.30-10.50 J 226 Staff 

ENES 243 

Digital Computer Laboratory (01) 7081/ 
Corequislte — ENES 240. Required of Sophomores in Electrical 
Engineering. First meeting Wednesday, June 24 J-128. 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENGINEERING MATERIALS 

ENMA 698 

Special Problems in Engineering Materials (Cr Arr) 7398/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENMA 799 

Master's Thesis Research — Engineering Materials (1-6 Var Cr) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENMA 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL 

ENME 216 

Thermodynamics I (03) 70607 
(Prerequisite — Phys 262 and Math 240) 

0101 MTuThF9.30 J 360 Staff 

ENME 321 

Transfer Processes (03) 71067 

0101 Arranged Sallet 

ENME 340 

Fluid Mechanics I (03) 71027 

0101 Arranged Sayre 

ENME 341 

Gas Dynamics (03) 71047 

0101 Arranged John 

ENME 488 

Special Problems (03) 71667 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENME 788 

Seminar (Cr Arr) 72207 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENME 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



112 / engineering 



ENME 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) /499/ 
0101 Arranged 



Staff 



ENGINEERING, NUCLEAR 

ENNU 648 

Special Problems in Nuclear Engineering (2-3 Var Cr) /ENCH 314/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENNU 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) /ENCH 399B/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

ENNU 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research — Nuclear Engineering (1-6 Var Cr) /ENCH 499B/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 



GENERAL EDUCATION 



GENERAL EDUCATION 

GNED 260 

Introduction to Interdisciplinary Urban Study (03) /060/ 

0101 MTuTh12.30/Tu 2-4.50 MM 207 MM 413 



Nikkei 




113 

COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 



APPLIED DESIGN 

APDS 101 

Fundamentals of Design (03) /001/ 

0101 MTuWThFS.OO H 101 Roper 

APDS 210 

Presentation Techniques (03) 7010/ 

0101 MTuWThF9.30 H 101 Roper 

CRAFTS 

CRAF 102 

Recreational Crafts (02) 7002/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-11.30 H 005 Staff 

CRAF 202 

Creative Crafts (03) 71027 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-12.30 H 005 Staff 

CRAF 220 

Ceramics I — Material and Processes (03) 70207 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-1 1.30 H 102 Zimmerman 

0201 MTuWThF 1.00 H 102 Zimmerman 



114 / home economics 



CRAF 230 

Metal ry I (03) /030/ 

0101 MTuWThF9.30 H 009 

0201 MTuWThFI.OO H 009 

CRAF 320 

Advanced Ceramics I (03) /120/ 

0101 MTuWTIiF9.30 H 102 

0201 MTuWThFI.OO H 102 



CRAF 330 

Advanced Metalry I (02) /130/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30-12.30 H 

0201 MTuWThFI.OO H 



009 
009 



CRAF 428 

Individual Problems in Crafts — Ceramics (3-4 Var Cr) /190A/ 
Open only to advanced students who, with guidance, 
can work independently. 
0101 Arranged 

CRAF 438 

Individual Problems in Crafts— Metalry (3-4 Var Cr) /190B/ 
Open only to advanced students who, with guidance, 
can work independently. 
0101 Arranged 



Nelson 
Nelson 



Zimmerman 
Zimmerman 



Nelson 
Nelson 



Zimmerman 



Nelson 



Gaylin 



FAMILY & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FMCD 332 

The Child in The Family (03) /132 

0101 MTuWThF 2-3.20 HMC 001 

(Prerequisite — PSYC 100) 

FMCD 444 

Resident Experience in Home Management (03 /144/ 
Prerequisites FMCD 250, 280, 341, or 343, Food 260 or Equivalents. 
Four weeks (June 21-July 16). Residence in HMC. Experience in 
planning, coordinating, and participating in activities of a house- 
hold, composed of a faculty member and a group of students. Stu- 
dents not living in dormitories are billed at rate of $5 a week for 
a room in HM Residence. A charge of $40 for food plus supplies 
is assessed each student. Dormitory students will be refunded a 
prorated amount for meals. Reservations must be made a semester 
prior registration. 

0101 Arranged HMC 001 Orvedal 

FMCD 445A 

Practicum With Families, Children, and Home Management (03) 7145/ 
Planned, supervised experience in individual participaton and/or 
observation in Community Setting to Relate Theory to Practice. 
Limited to FMCD Majors who have had plans arranged and ap- 
proved during spring term. 



0101 Arranged 

FMCD 445B 

Practicum With Children (03) 7145/ 
0101 Arranged 



Churaman 



Churaman 



home economics / 115 

'"'^^Pra^c^um in Home Management and Consumer Studies (03) 7145/ ^^^^^ 

0101 Arranged 

FMCD 485 

Introduction To Family Counseling (03) /185/ 
Prerequisite— PSYC 100 and 235, FMCD 105 and 331 or equivalents. 
This course meets July 12-30. PrnxA/n 

0101 MTuWThF 9-11.30 HMC Brown 

Special Topic— Helping Families With Managerial and Consumer 

Problems (03) 7190/ ^ ^y -.r. 

This workshop is designed to aid men and women who work m 
family-centered program in (1) clarifying key concepts m develop- 
ment and use of family resources and (2) designmg approaches 
for helping families with consumer activities and task performance 
to meet family goals. Resource speakers will discuss alternative 
proposals for government income subsidies, legal aspects of con- 
sumer problems and the evaluation of family progress. Workshop 

meets June 21-July 17. oh.,rorr,on 

0101 MTuWThF 9-12.30 HMC Churaman 

FOOD 

Food and Nutrition of Individiuals and Families (03) 7005/ 

0101 MF 8/TuTh 8-10 H 309 H 222 BIyer 

FOOD 490 

Special Problems in Foods (03) 7130/ 

0101 Arranged Pratner 

FOOD 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged ^^^" 

HOME ECONOMICS 

Special Topics in Housing and Applied Design (2-6 Var Cr) 72907 
(Consent of Instructor) 

0101 M1l7Arranged H 105 ^ta" 

Special Topics— Helping Families With Managerial and Consumer 

Problems (03) 7290F7 /-H.,roman 

0101 MTuWThF 9-12.30 HMC Churaman 

HOEC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 ^^^^^ 

0101 Arranged 

HOUSING & APPLIED DESIGN 

LjOAr) 499 

Individual Study in Housing and7or Interior Design (3-4 Var Cr) 71907 
(Consent of Instructor) 

0101 M10 ^^^" 



116 / home economics 



INSTITUTION ADMINISTRATION 

lADM 350 

Practicum in Institution Administration (03) 7140/ 
(Prerequisite— 5 Credits in lADM) 
0101 Arranged 

lADM 490 

Special Problems in Food Service (03) 7130/ 
0101 Arranged 

lADM 460 

Administrative Dietetics (03) 7181/ 
0101 Arranged 

lADM 470 

Administrative Dietetics (03) 71827 
0101 Arranged 

lADM 480 

Applied Diet Therapy (03) 71837 
0101 Arranged 

lADM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

NUTRITION 

NUTR 490 

Special Problems in Nutrition (03) 7130/ 
0101 Arranged 

NUTR 600 

Recent Progress in Human Nutrition (03) 72087 
0101 MTuThFB.OO H 222 

NUTR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 

TEXTILES AND APPAREL 

TXAP 221 

Apparel I (03) 

0101 MWF 1-4.30 H 132 

TXAP 425 

Apparel Design — Experimental Processes (03) 
(Prerequisites TXAP 222 and TEXT 456) 
0101 MWF 8.30-12 H 132 

TXAP 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 
0101 Arranged 



Prather 



Prather 



Prather 



Prather 



Prather 



Staff 



Prather 



Ahrens 



Staff 



Pledger 



Pledger 



Staff 



117 



SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SERVICES 



LIBRARY SCIENCE 

LBSC 610 ,^^^, 
Introduction To Reference and Bibliography (03) 7202/ 

0101 MTuWThF8-9 L 405 

0201 MTuWThF 2-3 L 100B 

LBSC 615 

Literature and Research in The Social Sciences (03) 7215/ 



0101 MTuWThF 12-1 
0201 MTuWThF 2-3 



LBSC 636 ^^^^, 

Children's Literature and Materials (03) 72227 

0101 MTuWThF 10-11 L 



405 
405 



100B 



LBSC 642 

Organization of Knowledge in Libraries I (03) 72067 
0101 MTuWThF 8-9 L 100A 

0201 MTuWThF 12-1 L 100B 

LBSC 644 

Organization of Knowledge in Libraries II (03) 72077 
0101 MTuWThF 11-12 L 405 



Warner 
Daniel 



Warner 
Holroyd 



MacLeod 



Foskett 
Wilson 



Batty 



118 / library and information services 



LBSC 650 

Fundamentals of Documentation (03) 7208/ 

0101 MTuWThF 2-3 L 100A 

LBSC 653 

Construction and Maintenance of Index Languages (03) 7224/ 
0101 MTuWThF 12-1 L 100A 

LBSC 656 

Introduction To Information Retrieval Systems (03) 7210/ 
0101 MTuWThF 8-9 L 100B 

LBSC 665 

Problems of Special Materials (03) 72357 

0101 MTuWThF 9-10 L 100B 

LBSC 711 

Programming Systems For Information Handling 
Applications (03) 72327 

0101 MTuWThF 10-11 



LBSC 715 

Library Systems Analysis (03) 72347 
0101 MTuWThF 9-10 

LBSC 731 

Library Administration (03) 72117 
0101 MTuWThF 10-11 



L 405M 



L 405M 



L 405 



LBSC 743 

Seminar in The Academic Library (03) 72537 

0101 MTuWThF 1-2 L 405M 

LBSC 754 

Seminar in The School Library (03) 72647 

0101 MTuWThF 9-10 L 100A 

LBSC 757 

Library and Information Service Facilities — Objectives and 
Performance (03) 72267 

0101 MTuWThF 11-12 L 100B 

LBSC 804 

Communication and Libraries (03) 72047 

0101 MTuWThF 11-12 L 100A 



LBSC 827 

History of Libraries and Their Materials (03) 72097 
0101 MTuWThF 10-11 L 100A 

LBSC 859 

Independent Study (1-6 Var Cr) 7290/ 
0101 Arranged 

LBSC 859F 

Proseminar (03) 7290F7 

0101 MTuWThF 9-107MTuWThF 1-2 L 405 L 

0102 MTuWThF 9-107MTuWThF 1-2 L 405 L 

0103 MTuWThF 9-107MTuWThF 1-2 L 405 L 



100 A 
100B 
405 



Wilson 



Wellisch 



Batty 



Foskett 



Soergel 



Kraft 



Holroyd 



Colson 



Liesener 



Olson 



Korotkin 



Colson 



Staff 



Staff, Wellisch 

Staff, Daniel 

Staff, Reynolds 



119 



COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, 
RECREATION AND HEALTH 



HEALTH 

HLTH 105 ^ ^ 
Science and Theory of Health (02) /005/ 

0101 MTuThF 8.00 AA 010 IjajJ 

0201 MTuThF 9.30 AA 010 IJa" 

0301 MTuThF 2.00 Q 104 ^ja 

0401 MTuThF 3.30 Q 104 i>^a" 

HLTH 150 

First Aid (01) 7050/ Pavmond 

ftnn^ »iiT..T»,c Qin RR 150 Raymona 



0101 MTuThF 9.30 GG 150 

Education (03) 7070/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 GG 150 



HLTH 270 

Safety Education (03) 7070/ Dowmr.nH 

n.n. .>.x..iA/Thir pnn RR 150 Raymond 



Organization. Administration, and Supervision of School Safety 

Education (03) 71657 Tomokins 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 GG 202 Tompkms 

HLTH 375 .ox* 

Problems in Driver Education and Traffic Safety 

Education (03) 71757 Tomnkin«5 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 GG 202 Tompkms 

Health Problems of Children and Youth (03) 71507 

0101 MTuWThF 11.00 AA 010 "^'"e^ 



120 / physical education 

HLTH 488 

Children's Physical Developmental Clinic (1-4 Var Cr) /188/ 

(Must have Junior standing and prior permission of instructor) 

0101 Arranged Johnson 

HLTH 489 

Institute— Advancements in Health Science and Health 
Education (3-6 Var Cr) /189/ 

0101 MTuWThF9-12 AR 018 Jones 

HLTH 489D 

Workshop — Curriculum Development in Driver and Traffic 
Safety (06) /189D/ 

0101 MTuWTh 7-9.30 GG 202 Clearwater 

HLTH 489K 

Workshop— Current Issues in Health Education (3-6 Var Cr) /189K/ 
First two weeks— Death Education and Suicide Behavior 
Second two weeks — Drug Education 
Third two weeks— Human Sex and Sex Education 

0101 MTuWThF9-3 AR 033 Sands. Leviton 

HLTH 600 

Seminar in Health (01) /200/ 

0101 Arranged Fraley 

HLTH 688 

Special Problems in Health Education (1-6 Var Cr) /288/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

HLTH 791 

Curriculum Construction in Health Education (03) /291/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 Q 504 Miller 

HLTH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

HLTH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7499/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

The following four courses, PHED 097A-D, are not available for credit to PHED 
Majors. Non-Majors may use this credit to fulfill graduation requirements in Physi- 
cal Education. Fee $6.00 

PHED 097A 

Physical Activities— Tennis (1-4 Var Cr) 7010S7 

0101 MTuThF 8 GG CTS Santa Maria 

PHED 097B 

Physical Activities— Tennis (1-4 Var Cr) 7010S/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 GG CTS Santa Maria 

PHED 097C 

Physical Activities— Swimming (1-4 Var Cr) 7010S/ 

0101 MTuThF 11 GG POOL Staff 



physical education / 121 

PHED 097D 

Physical Activities— Golf (1-4 Var Cr) /010S/ 

0101 MTuThF 9.30 GG Staff 

PHED 400 

Kinesiology (04) 7100/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30/Arr. GG 309 Kelley 

PHED 420 

Physical Education For The Elementary School (03) 7120/ 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 GG 210 Humphrey 

PHED 460 

Physiology of Exercise (03) 71607 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 Clarke 

PHED 480 

Measurement in Physical Education (03) 71807 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 GG 210 Kelley 

PHED 485 

Motor Learning and Skilled Performance (03) 71857 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 Husman 

PHED 489A 

Perceptual Motor Workshop (03) 7189A7 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 GG 010 Church 

PHED 489B 

Physical and Motor Development of The Adolescent (03) 7189B7 

0101 MTuWThF 11 GG 210 Santa Maria 

PHED 496 

Quantitative Methods (03) 71967 

0101 MTuWThF 9.30 Stull 

PHED 600 

Seminar in Physical Education (01) 72007 

0101 Arranged Fraley 

PHED 602 

Status and Trends in Elementary School Physical 
Education (03) 72027 

0101 MTuWThF 11 GG 309 Humphrey 

PHED 610 

Methods and Techniques of Research (03) 7210/ 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 Arr. Stull 

PHED 620 

Analysis of Contemporary Athletics (03) 72057 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 Arr. Husman 

PHED 663 

History of Sport in Western Culture (03) 72077 

0101 MTuWThF 11 Arr. Eyier 

PHED 689 

Special Problems in Physical Education (1-6 Var Cr) 72887 
Master or Doctoral Candidates who desire to pursue special re- 
search problems under the direction of their advisors may regis- 
ter for 1-6 hours of credit under this number. 

0101 Arranged Staff 



122 / physical education 

PHED 789 

Advanced Seminar — Exercise Physiology (03) 7287/ 

0101 MTuWThF 11 Arr. Clarke 

PHED 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 7399/ 

0101 Arranged Staff 

PHED 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RECREATION 

RECR 454 

Outdoor Education (06) 71847 
(Meets June 23-July 30) 

0101 MTuWThF 9-37Arr. Eley, Leedy 

RECR 489 

Field Laboratory Projects and Workshops (1-6 Var Cr) 71897 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RECR 600 

Seminar in Recreation (01) 72007 

0101 Tu 1.00 GG 202 Fraley 

RECR 610 

Methods and Techniques of Research (03) 72107 

0101 MTuWThF 8.00 GG 309 Stull 

RECR 688 

Special Problems in Recreation (1-6 Var Cr) 72887 
(Credit According to Work Assigned) 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RECR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 73997 

0101 Arranged Staff 

RECR 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) 74997 

0101 Arranged Staff 



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BOARD OF REGENTS AND 

MARYLAND STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE 



DR. LOUIS L. KAPLAN, Chairman 
3505 Fallstaff Road. Baltimore 21215 

RICHARD W. CASE, Vice Chairman 

Smith, Somerviile and Case, 17th Floor, One Charles Center, Baltimore 21201 

B. HERBERT BROWN, Secretary 

The Baltimore Institute, 10 West Chase Street, Baltimore 21201 

HARRY H. NUTTLE, Treasurer 
Denton 21629 

MRS. ALICE H. MORGAN, Assistant Secretary 
4608 Drummond Avenue, Chevy Chase 20015 

F. GROVE MILLER, JR., Assistant Treasurer 
Route No. 1, Box 133, North East 21901 

HARRY A. BOSWELL, JR. 

Harry Boswell Associates, 6505 Belcrest Road, Hyattsville 20782 

MRS. MICHAEL J. DEEGAN, JR. (Appointed June 1970) 
9939 Good Luck Road, Apartment 204, Seabrook 20801 

GEORGE C. FRY 
Cecilton 21913 

EDWARD V. HURLEY (Appointed June 1970) 

Commission on Human Relations, Mount Vernon Building, 701 St. Paul Street, 

Baltimore 21202 

WILLIAM B. LONG, M.D. 
Medical Center, Salisbury 21801 

HUGH A. Mcmullen (Appointed September 1970) 

Geppert and McMullen, 21 Prospect Square, Cumberland 21502 



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classics are studied and appreciated for their civilizing and 
humbling effects, where the best of culture is preserved 
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minds, insist upon the relevance of reason and abhor at- 
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