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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. 



College Park Publications Office 
POJ 871-711 

January 15, 1972 



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The Summer School 



University of Maryland, 
College Park Campus 

1972 



THE SUMMER SCHOOL 




CLODUS R. SMITH, DIRECTOR 



The Summer School at the University of i\/1aryland 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 cul- 
tural and recreational program. To meet specific educational 
needs, the Summer School offers workshops and institutes for 
school personnel and other groups. 



The extensive and varied course offerings, lectures, special 
institutes, and workshops are planned jointly by the Depart- 
ment Chairmen, 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 out- 
standing ability. 



CONTENTS 

Summer School Administration 5 

Directory of Information Sources 6 

Calendar 7 

General Information 10 

Admissions and Registration Information 20 

Academic Information 30 

Workshops 34 

Summer School Pictorial 43 

Course Offerings 53 

College of Agriculture 55 

College of Arts and Sciences 60 

College of Business and 

Public Administration 92 

Computer Science 100 

College of Education 101 

College of Engineering 119 

College of Home Economics 123 

School of Library and 

Information Sciences 127 

College of Physical Education, 

Recreation and Health 129 

Index 133 

Maps 137 

Application Forms Inside Back Cover 



SUMMER SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 



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. 

RICHARD O. MEAD, Assistant Professor of Physics and 
Astronomy and Assistant Director of the Summer School for 
Academic Programs. 

B.S., University of California, 1955, B.A., 1958 and Ph.D., Uni- 
versity of California, 1964. 

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, Courtland, 1958, M.S., Uni- 
versity of Illinois, 1959; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, 1968. 



DIRECTORY OF INFORMATION 
SOURCES 



General Information 



Admissions 



Registration 

Housing 
Off-Campus 
On-Campus 

Graduate Studies 

Agriculture 

Arts and Sciences 

Business and Public 
Administration 

Education 

Engineering 

Home Economics 

Physical Education, 
Recreation and Health 

School of Library and 
Information Services 



Summer School Office 
Turner Laboratory 
454-3347/8 

Office of Admissions and 

Registration 
North Administration Building 
454-5550 

454-5559 



454-3645 
454-271 1 

454-3141 

454-3708 

454-2737 

454-2301 

454-2011/2 
454-2421 
454-2133 
454-2755 

454-3016 



SUMMER SCHOOL CALENDAR 1972 



May 15 Monday Last day to file for graduate 

admission. 



June 1 Thursday 



Last day to submit application for 
undergraduate admission. 



June 19-20 Monday- 
Tuesday 



Summer School Registration. 



June 21 Wednesday 



Instruction begins. Late registration 
day. (additional $20 fee assessed) 



June 21-23 Wednesday- 
Friday 



DROP/ADD period (70% refund for 
courses dropped). After June 23 
NO REFUND for courses dropped. 



June 30 Friday 



Last day to submit applications for 
August 1972 diploma. 



July 4 Tuesday 

July 7 Friday 



Holiday — No classes. 

Last day on which a course may be 
dropped without penalty of an "F" 
grade. 



July 28 Friday 



Last day of classes for 6 week 
courses. 



August 11 Friday 



Last day of classes for 8 week 
courses. 



Registration for the Fall Semester 1972 starts on 
August 26; classes begin August 30. 



General Information 



GENERAL INFORMATION 



CLASS PERIODS 

Unless otherwise noted, classes during the 1972 summer ses- 
sion 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 

RESIDENCY POLICY OF THE UNIVERSITY 
OF MARYLAND 

Students who are minors are considered to be resident stu- 
dents 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 the first registration in the University and may not 
thereafter be changed by him unless his parents move to 
and become legal residents of Maryland by maintaining such 
residence for at least six months. However, the right of the 
minor student to change from a non-resident status to resi- 
dent 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 residence has not been 
acquired while attending any school in Maryland or else- 
where. 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 sta- 
tioned 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 Maryland. In the case of both military personnel and adults, 
residence may be established through ownership and main- 
tenance of a home in the state which is the student's pri- 
mary place of domicile. 

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Procedures are available for reviewing the residence status 
of students. Individuals seeking to appeal the decisions con- 
cerning 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. 

Residency determinations for married students are made 
individually. Depending on circumstances, it is possible for 
a husband and wife to have different residence status for 
fees paying purposes. 

THJITION^AND_EEES^ 

All Students 

Summer Vehicle Registration Fee $ 2.00 

($2.00 for first vehicle and 1.00 each for additional 
vehicle in accordance with published regulations). 

Recreation Fee 3.00 

Registration Fee 5.00 

Undergraduate Students 

Tuition per credit hour $25.00 

Non-Resident Fee 15.00 

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 $39.00 

Non-Resident Student 51 .00 



Maryland Teacher 

The special credit hour fee for Maryland Teachers 
enrolled in Graduate School has been discontinued. 
Maryland Teachers will be charged the same credit 
hour fee as other resident graduate students. 



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OTHER 



-FEES 



Graduate Language Examination $10.00 

Graduation Fee for Bachelors and IVIasters Degrees 10.00 

Graduation Fee for Doctoral Degree 50.00 

Applied Music Fee per course 40.00 

Service Charge for Dishonored Check 20.00 

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. 

Fees for altering academic programs are dis- 
cussed in the section on Admission and Regis- 
tration. 



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SUMMER CULTURAL AND 
RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES 



As an integral part of its summer program, the University of- 
fers a Summer Lecture Series; Summer Festival of Fine Arts 
and Summer Recreation Program. 

The Summer Lecture Series — A series of lectures for mem- 
bers of the University community is planned for the 1972 
summer session. A committee of the faculty selects the 
theme for the lectures and invites the speakers, usually dis- 
tinguished scholars, national leaders, or important 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 College Park 
Campus. 

Summer Fine Arts Festival — The 1972 Summer Festival, 
under the direction of Dr. Paul Traver, will offer the campus 
and community a series of programs in art, 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 sched- 
uled 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 en- 
riched 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 Recrea- 
tion Program directed by Dr. John Churchill. This program 
includes such activities as 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 pro- 
grams offered by other units. Special services such as social 
hours or special swimming sessions may be requested by 
any group. Possession of the University of Maryland Summer 
Activity Card entitles the bearer to all the recreation oppor- 
tunities of the University as determined by University Policy. 
A group fee may be charged to cover unusual expenses. 



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LIVING ACCOMMODATIONS AND FOOD 
SERVICE 

Residence Hall accommodations are available only to stu- 
dents who are enrolled in the Summer School courses or 
authorized workshops and conferences. When students term- 
inate their academic association with the University they also 
terminate their room contracts. Listings of off campus rooms, 
apartments, and houses are available in the Off Campus Fac- 
ilities Division of the University Housing Offices. 
The facilities of the residence halls typically include study 
rooms, lounges, recreation 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 
otiier 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 information may be obtained 
from the company, or arrangements for linen service can be 
made after arrival. 

All students are held responsible for compliance with Uni- 
versity and residence regulations. 

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



Regular 


Double 


Single 


Residence Halls 


Occupancy 


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. 
No room deposit is required for the 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 application 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 Hous- 
ing Application found in the back of this bulletin. It is impos- 
sible to honor all room assignment requests. Since most of 
the rooms in the residence halls are double rooms, there is 
no guarantee that a request for a single room can be granted. 

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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 21, must claim his room in his residence 
hall by noon on that date. The applicant beginning classes at 
other times must claim his room by reporting to the Univer- 
sity 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 18. 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 28. The eight week session ends on August 11. 

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, undergraduate student during the regular aca- 
demic 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, Col- 
lege 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 Uni- 
versity'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 a.m. 
Nurses are on duty 24 hours each day, and doctors are on 
call for serious conditions after regular hours. 

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AUTOMOBILE REGISTRATION 

All students are required to register their automobiles at the 
time of registration for classes. A student must bring his 
operator's license and the state or District of Columbia Auto- 
mobile registration card containing the automobile tag num- 
ber. Parking stickers for automobiles previously registered 
for the 1971-72 academic year will be honored for the 1972 
summer session. For automobiles operated by new students 
or non-registered cars operated by continuing students, there 
will be a registration fee (See page 11). Vehicles must be 
registered by the legal operator only. 

For use of students, staff members, and employees, several 
parking lots are provided. 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 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. The University Regulations forbid 
the parking of cars on any campus road. These regulations 
are enforced by the campus Police Department. 

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. 

LIBRARIES 

The Theodore R. McKeldin Library is the general library of 
the University, containing reference works, periodicals, circu- 
lating books, and other materials in all fields of research and 
instruction. Branch libraries include the Engineering and 
Physical Sciences Library, the Architecture Library, and the 
Chemistry Library. 

The libraries on the College Park Campus include approxi- 
mately 1,000,000 volumes and 12,000 subscriptions to periodi- 
cals and newspapers, as well as many uncatalogued govern- 
ment documents, phono records, films and filmstrips, etc. 
Special collections include those of Richard Van Mises in 
mathematics and applied mechanics; Max Born in the physi- 
cal sciences. Thomas I. Cook in political science; Romeo 
Mansueti in the biological sciences; Katherine Anne Porter; 
Maryland; U.S. government publications; documents of the 
United Nations, the League of Nations, and other international 
organizations; agricultural experiment station and extension 
service publications; maps from the U.S. Army Map Service; 
the files of the Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding 

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Workers of America; the Wallenstein collections of the Ameri- 
can Bandmasters Association, the National Association of 
Wind and Percussion Instructors and the Music Educators 
National Conference. In addition, the collections include 
microfilm productions of government documents, rare books, 
early journals, and newspapers. 

RESEARCH FACILITIES 

The research programs at the University derive their exis- 
tence and vigor from a faculty comprised of internationally 
recognized scholars and scientists. It is an advantage for 
undergraduate students to be aware of the University's re- 
search facilities as they plan their program. 
In addition to fine library resources and the usual laboratory 
facilities for undergraduate studies, the University has devel- 
oped outstanding opportunities for research in the biological, 
physical, and social sciences. Among the exceptional facilities 
are the Institute for Child Study; the Natural Resources In- 
stitute; a Computer Science Center; a laboratory for basic 
behavioral research on animals; Van de Graaff accelerators; 
a training nuclear reactor; a full-scale, low-velocity wind 
tunnel; a psycho-pharmacology laboratory; and laboratory 
models for meteorological phenomena. Collaborative arrange- 
ments with many nearby government agencies permit Uni- 
versity students and faculty to utilize their research facilities. 
The University owns and operates the world's longest radio 
telescope, located in California. A 160 MeV cyclotron for 
research in nuclear studies is located on the College Park 
campus. 

Investigation in agriculture is an important aspect of Uni- 
versity research. University farms total more than 2,000 acres. 
Breeding, selection in farm crops, and soil research are a 
part of the program. Work in these areas Is augmented by 
X-ray equipment and an electron microscope. 

OTHER AREA RESOURCES 

The College Park campus is in a region which is unusually 
rich in libraries, research facilities, museums, galleries and 
cultural centers as illustrated by the map on page 137. 

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION 

Detailed information concerning fees and expenses, scholar- 
ships and awards, student life, and the regulations of student 
and academic life may be found in the University publication 
titled CONSOLIDATED UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG. This 
publication may be obtained on request from the Catalog 
Mailing Room, North Administration Building, University of 
Maryland at College Park. 

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Admissions and Registration 

InSormation 



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ADMISSIONS AND REGISTRATION 
INFORMATION 



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 candidates. 

COLLEGE PARK CAMPUS AND SPECIAL 
STUDENT ADMISSION 

1. No admission procedure for Summer School is necessary 
for undergraduate day students or graduate students who 
were enrolled for the spring semester and were in good 
academic standing at the end of the semester. 

2. Undergraduate day students (except Maryland elementary 
and secondary school teachers) who were previously ad- 
mitted special undergraduate students but not registered 
at the College Park Campus during the preceding semester 
must be readmitted or reinstated. 

3. Applications for readmission or reinstatement may be ob- 
tained from the Admissions Office and should be filed 30 
days in advance of registration. 

MARYLAND ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY 
SCHOOL TEACHERS 

Maryland elementary and secondary school teachers who 
have been admitted previously as special undergraduate stu- 
dents, who retain this status, and who are in good academic 
standing do not have to reapply for admission. 

STUDENTS FROM OTHER CAMPUSES 
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

1. A student from another campus of the University of Mary- 
land (Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Eastern Shore) who 
wishes to take summer courses at College Park must pre- 

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sent a letter from his dean and an application. No applica- 
tion fee is charged. 
2. A University College student only needs to present a letter 
of permission from his dean in order to register. 

NEW FRESHMAN STUDENTS 
(SUMMER SCHOOL ONLY) 

1. A new freshman student who wants to attend Summer 
School only is eligible for admission if he has a C average 
in academic courses in high school and ranks in the upper 
half of his class, or if his predicted grade point average 
is at least 1.75. 

2. New freshman students who are Maryland residents ad- 
mitted for summer school only will not be permitted to 
continue in the fall unless they meet the requirements for 
guaranteed admission (a predicted grade point average 
of 1.90). New freshmen who are non-residents will not be 
permitted to continue in the fall. 

NEW FRESHMAN AND TRANSFER STUDENTS 
WHO PLAN TO CONTINUE THEIR 
ENROLLMENT TO FALL 1972 SEMESTER 

New freshman and transfer students who plan to continue 
their enrollment to the fall 1972 semester must apply for ad- 
mission for the fail semester. For full information on the re- 
quirements for admission for fall and admissions procedures 
consult the Consolidated Undergraduate Catalog, 1972-73 or 
contact the Office of Admissions. The deadline for applica- 
tions for fall is June 1. A new student who has been admitted 
for the fall semester only needs to present his official letter 
of admission in order to register for Summer School. 

NEW SPECIAL STUDENTS 

1. Applicants over 21 years of age who qualify for admis- 
sion but who do not desire to work toward a baccalaureate 
degree may be admitted as special students. These stu- 
dents are ineligible to matriculate for a degree until they 
have submitted all required documents. 

2. Permission from the dean of the school or college of the 
University is often needed in order to enroll as a special 
student. 

3. Special students who have received a baccalaureate de- 

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gree are advised that no credit earned while enrolled as 
special students may be applied at a later date to a grad- 
uate program. 
4. These post-baccalaureate students may enroll for courses 
at the 300 to 499 level for which they possess the neces- 
sary prerequisites but may not enroll in courses restricted 
to graduate students only. 

APPLICANT PROCEDURES FOR 
UNDERGRADUATES AND SPECIAL STUDENTS 

1. 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. 

2. All undergraduate and special students applying for Sum- 
mer School admission, unless exempted above, must file 
applications with the Director of Admissions not later than 
June 1, 1972. 

NEW GRADUATE STUDENTS 

1. All new graduate students must file an application and all 
supporting records with the Office of the Dean for Grad- 
uate Studies and Research by May 15, 1972, and must have 
been admitted to the University before registering for 
classes. 

2. To secure an application form, please fill out and return 
the request for application for graduate admission found 
in the back of this Bulletin. 



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REGISTRATION PROCEDURE 

step I 

Pick up registration materials in Preinkert Field House 
according to alphabetical schedule. 

Alphabetical Schedule 





Monday 


Tuesday 


8:15 


Ci-Co 


Pi-Re 


8:40 


Cp-Dn 


Rf-Rz 


9:05 


Do-Ez 


Sa-Sgl 


9:30 


Fa-Fz 


Sgm-Ss 


9:55 


Ga-GrI 


St-Td 


10:20 


Grm-Hd 


Te-Uz 


10:45 


He-Hr 


Wa-Wh 


11:10 


Hs-Jz 


Wi-Yz 


11:30 


Ka-Kr 


Za-Bal 


1:00 


Ks-Li 


Bam-BI 


1:25 


Lj-Ma 


Bm-Bt 


1:50 


Mb-Mn 


Bu-Ch 


2:15 


Mo-Ni 




2:40 


Nj-Ph 





Hours: 
Preinkert Field House 

Monday, June 19 8:15 a.m.-3:45-p.m. 

Tuesday, June 20 8:15 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 

Bring: 
Spring Semester Grade Report and University of 
Maryland I.D. Card, or offer of Admission Letter, or 
Graduate School plastic transaction card. 

Step II 

Report to Advisor and fill out Course Cards. 
If you do not have an advisor report to the Dean's 
Office in the College in which you are admitted for 
assignment of an advisor. 

Step III 

Secure Dean's signature on all course cards. 

Graduate Students — it is no longer necessary for 

graduate students to acquire the Dean's signature. 

Step IV 

Go to Reckord Armory for sectioning into courses. 

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/ Secure from Departmental Representatives in the 
Armory an Official Class Card for each course. 
Hours: 
Reckord Armory 
June 19 and 20 8:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. 

Step V 

Bill processing at Armory Stations 44-46. 

Step VI 

Bill payment at Armory Station 47. 

Step VII 

Turn in all Registration Materials at Station 49. 
COURSE REGISTRATION IS COMPLETE AND OFFI- 
CIAL WHEN ALL FEES ARE PAID AND ALL MATE- 
RIALS ARE TURNED IN AT THIS STATION. 

Step VIM 

Proceed to basement of Armory for the remainder of 

registration. 

Register automobiles at Station 50. 

August degree candidates file Application for Diploma 

at Station 52. 

Students who are not citizens of the United States stop 

at Station 53. 

I.D. Card validation at Station 54. 

LATE REGISTRATION 

Any registration after June 21 requires special permission 
of the dean prior to picking up any registration materials. A 
late registration fee of $20.00 is assessed. 

1. Pick up Registration Materials at the Registration Counter 
on first floor of North Administration Building - between 
8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. 

2. Report to Advisor and/or Dean's Office for selection and 
approval of your program. 

3. Report to each academic department for sectioning into 
approved courses. 

4. Return to Dean's Office for final approval. 

5. Report to Cashier's Office (second floor, South Admini- 
stration Building) for billing. The Office is open from 9:00 
a.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you are paying for on-campus housing, 
have this charge added to your bill by the appropriate 
office, before you pay the bill. 

6. Return to Registration Counter, North Administration Build- 
ing to turn in materials and complete registration. 

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REGISTRATION IS COMPLETE 7\ND OFFICIAL 
WHEN ALL FEES ARE PAID AND ALL MATE- 
RIALS ARE TURNED IN. 

CHANGES IN REGISTRATION 

The following information includes the procedures for changes 
in registration: 

I. Change of Section IV. Course Drops 

II. Change in College or Major V. Withdrawals 

III. Course Adds 

I. Change of Section 

If a student wishes to change from one section of a 
course for which he is registered to another, he must 
secure the approval of the department offering the 
course. A copy of the change in section form which 
is obtained in the Departmental Office must be filed 
by the student in the Registrations Office. No fee is 
charged for a section change. 

II. Change in College or Major 

College changes and a change in major may be pro- 
cessed at the time of registration and the first 3 days 
of classes. (June 19-23) The change is recorded on the 
back of the "Permit to Register" card (oranged-striped) 
used during registration. Duplicate cards are available 
in the Registrations Office if registration has already 
been completed. If changing colleges proceed to the 
Dean of the College in which you are registered to 
obtain records and secure the signature of the releas- 
ing Dean on the back of the "Permit to Register" card. 
Take your records to the Dean of the new college to 
secure his signature on the back of the card. If chang- 
ing major only, the signature of the student's Dean is 
required. The "Permit to Register" card carrying the 
change in college or major should be turned in with the 
packet during registration week or turned in to the Reg- 
istrations Office during the first week of the semester. 

III. Course Adds 

Courses may be added between June 21-23. No addi- 
tional fee will be charged at this time. A supplementary 
bill will be issued for the number of credits added. 
Beginning June 26 courses may only be added under 
special circumstances with permission of the Dean and 

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a $5.00 fee is assessed along with the Suppiementaty 
Bill which is issued. The forms for adding a course are 
available in the Deans' Offices. The approval of the 
Advisor, Instructor of Course, and Dean of College is 
required on the forms. The change in registration is 
official when filed in the Registrations Office. 

IV. Course Drops 

Courses may be dropped between June 21 and July 7 
without penalty of an F grade. 

No fee is charged if the change is made from June 21 
through June 23. A seventy percent (70%) refund will 
be given for courses dropped during this period. 
From June 26 through July 7 there is a $5.00 fee for 
dropping a course. No refund will be given for courses 
dropped after June 23. Official date for refund is the 
date the form is filed in the Registrations Office. The 
forms for dropping a course are available in the deans' 
offices. The approval of the advisor and dean of col- 
lege is required on the forms. 

V. Withdrawal from the University 

Withdrawal from the University is the termination of all 
courses in which the student is registered. This pro- 
cedure differs from the dropping of a single course 
unless the student is enrolled in only one course. 
The following dates for refunds and grades apply to 
students who process a complete withdrawal from the 
University: 

June 21-27 70% 

June 28-July 4 50% 

July 5-July 11 20% 

After July 11 0%, 

Other refund information is as follows: 

1. The Matriculation Fee is not refundable in any in- 
stance. 

2. A special refund schedule applies to students who 
are drafted into the Armed Services or called up as 
Reservists. 

3. The refund for room is computed by deducting ten 
percent of the charge for the semester as a service 
charge and the remainder is prorated on a weekly 
basis. No room refund will be made after the third 
week of the semester. 

4. In computing refunds to students who have received 
the benefit of scholarship, the computation will be 
made in such a way as to return the maximum 

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amount to the scholarship account without loss to 
the University. 
The following dates apply to the grade that will appear 
on the permanent record: 
Six Week Courses: 

June 21-July 11 WX 

July 12-July 28 WP or WF 

July 31 and After WP or F 

Eight Week Courses: 

June 21-July 18 WX 

July 19-August 11 WP or WF 

August 14 and After WP or F 

The procedure followed in processing a withdrawal be- 
gins in the appropriate Dean's Office where a with- 
drawal form should be filled out in duplicate. The dean 
of the college signs the forms. The student's signature 
is required and the parents signature if the student is 
a minor. Proceed to the Student Affairs Office — 2nd 
floor, North Administration Building and acquire Dean 
of Student Life signature and turn in I.D. Card and 
Transaction Card. Finally, turn in Withdrawal Form at 
the Registrations Office Counter, 1st floor, North Ad- 
ministration Building. 
The room key is returned to the Residence Hall Advisor. 



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Academic Information 



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ACADEMrC INFORMATION 



ACADEMIC CREDIT 

The semester hour is the unit of credit. During the summer 
session a typical 3 credit hour course meets five times a week 
for six weel<s or four times a week for eight weeks and re- 
quires the normal amount of outside work. Each class period 
is 80 minutes in length. 

Students who are matriculated as candidates for degrees will 
be given credit toward 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. For undergraduate 
students the mark A denotes superior scholarship; B good 
scholarship; C fair scholarship; and D passing scholarship. 

The mark of "I" (incomplete) is exceptional. Courses may be 
taken on a pass/fail basis. 

For graduate students the following symbols are used: A, B, 
and C constitute superior to passing scholarship. Grades of 
D and F reflect failing scholarship and must be repeated. The 
pass/fail option is not available to graduate students. 



PASS-FAIL OPTION 

Students who have earned at least 30 semester hours of 
credit (15 of which must have been earned at the University 
of Maryland) and a cumulative grade-point average of 2.00 
may take, as a free elective, one course designated P-F on 
a Pass-Fail basis. Students registered in O.I.R. and special 
students do not have this option. A complete description of 
the Pass-Fail Option is available in the Consolidated, Under- 
graduate Catalog. 

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MAXIMUM LOAD 

Students may earn credit at the discretion of their respective 
advisors. The normal full-time load is 9 credit hours for under- 
graduate students and 6 credit hours for graduate students. 

SUMMER GRADUATE WORK 

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

For graduate students pursuing doctoral work in departments 
requiring proficiency in a foreign language, the Summer 
School provides French 001 and German 001 to help them 
prepare for the foreign language examination. 
Special regulations governing graduate work In Education 
may be obtained from the College of Education. Students 
seeking the master's degree as a qualification for a certificate 
Issued by the Maryland State Department of Education 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 matriculated and reg- 
istered in the Graduate School. 

CANDIDATES FOR DEGREES 

All students who expect to complete requirements for degrees 
during the summer session should make application for di- 
plomas during summer registration or at the Office of Reg- 
istrations by July 5, 1972. 

GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM 

A college education implies something more than technical 
training in a field of specialization. In order that each gradu- 
ate may gain a liberal education as well as a specialized one, 
the University has established a General Education require- 
ment. This requirement consists of 34 semester hours of credit 
in six areas: English (9 hours), fine arts or philosophy (3 
hours), history (6 hours), mathematics (3 hours), science (7 
hours), and social science (6 hours). There is a wide choice 
in specific courses which may be used to satisfy requirements 
in all of the six areas. 

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The General Education Program is designed to be spread out 
over the four years of college. In each of the areas, courses 
for which no previous college course work is prerequisite are 
available; at the same time, alternative advanced courses are 
available in most of the areas. Thus, a student may (within 
the limits of his particular curriculum) satisfy a General Edu- 
cation requirement with a variety of courses at different levels. 
Which courses he takes will depend on his ability — as deter- 
mined by advanced credit, placement examination, department 
evaluation, and class standing — and upon his interests and 
needs. 

It should be emphasized that the 34 semester hours of Gen- 
eral Education courses constitute a minimum requirement, 
applicable to the undergraduate students in all of the colleges 
of the University of Maryland. 

The University is also concerned with the physical fitness of 
each student. Therefore, all undergraduate men and women 
students registered for more than eight hours of credit are 
required to enroll in and successfully complete two prescribed 
courses in physical education. A health education course of 
two semester hours' credit is required of all undergraduate 
men and women. These courses must be taken by all students 
taking more than eight hours in a semester during their first 
year of attendance at the University whether they intend to 
graduate or not. 

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 elig- 
ible high school seniors during the May preceding matricula- 
tion in college. 

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



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Workshops 



WORKSHOPS 



GENERAL INFORMATION 

During the summer months the Summer School offers a num- 
ber of special educational programs called workshops. These 
programs differ from the regular course offerings in instruc- 
tional format and frequently in duration. Workshop content is 
usually of interest to a select audience but may also be of 
general interest to the student or community resident. 
The admission and registration procedures for workshops are 
the same as those for the regular courses and are discussed 
on page 20. The usual fee schedule applies and there may 
be added expense to the student as noted. 
The descriptions below are intended to indicate the general 
content only and it is advisable to contact the workshop 
director for more detailed information. 
Archaeological Field School (ANTH 499; 699) 6 credits 
June 19-August 11, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Daily 
This is the second year of a program of systemic analysis 
of "woodland" and "post-woodland" cultures. Explana- 
tions are sought of the formal cultural variation of these 
cultures in space and time at both synchronic and dia- 
chronic levels. Students will be introduced to the theo- 
retic orientation of the project and be given instruction 
in the methodologies and techniques necessary to attain 
these theoretic ends. Excavation will be at two village 
sites. For further information contact the Director of the 
field school, Melburn Thurman, Department of Anthro- 
pology, University of Maryland. 
Field Methods in Ethnology (ANTH 498; 698) 6 credits 
June 19-August 11, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; daily 
The summer field session for 1972 will be directed to the 
study of settlement patterns and economic relations of 
the Campa Indians, located in the tropical forests of 
eastern Peru. This ethnic group is dispersed over a wide 
range of differing but contiguous environments. The 
research perspective will involve an analysis of intra-tribe 
variation in terms of local ecologies. Students will be 
concerned with the collection of data on diet, resource 
distribution, local group composition and demography. 
Expense to student will include tuition, travel and main- 
tenance costs. For further information contact one of 
the project Directors, Mr. J. Cosnow or Mr. D. Clymer, 
Department of Anthropology, University of Maryland. 

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Dance Technique in Jazz Style (DANC 248C) 2 credits 
July 10-28; 9 a.m.-12 noon; Daily 

A workshop in dance with particular emphasis upon the 
jazz style. The workshop will be directed by Mr. Vanoye 
Aikens. For further information contact Dr. Dorothy Mad- 
den, Chairman, Department of Dance, University of Mary- 
land. 

Jazz: Improvisation (MUSC 455B, 655B) 2 credits 
July 17-28; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 

A study of the techniques of improvisation including main- 
stream, bebop and avant garde. The instructional pro- 
gram will be directed by Professor David Baker. The 
workshop is open to all performing musicians — instru- 
mentalists, pianists and vocalists. For further information 
contact Professor RoseMarie Grentzer, Department of 
Music. 

Jazz: Its Historical Development (MUSC 455A, 655A) 2 credits 
July 3-14; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 
Mr. Willis Conover, Director 

A study of stylistic variety and historical development 
of Jazz, through the use of primary sources, in the per- 
sons of great living performers and writers who will have 
a permanent place in the history of music. For further 
information contact Professor RoseMarie Grentzer, De- 
partment of Music. 

Instrumental Music (MUED 499A, 699A,) 2 credits 
June 21-30; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 
Professor Charles Gallagher, Director 
Special problems in teaching strings, brass, single and 
double reed instruments, ensemble techniques and reper- 
toire. 

Choral Techniques (MUED 499B, 699B) 2 credits 
June 21-30; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 
Professor RoseMarie Grentzer, Director 
Vocal and rehearsal techniques; diction; repertoire for 
chorus, chamber groups; school opera; performance 
practice — the Renaissance, Baroque and Contemporary 
periods. 

Music for Children - Ages 2-6 years (MUED 499C, 699C) 

2 credits 

July 3-14; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 
Professor Shirley Shelley, Director 

Music for children in various programs: Head Start, Day 
Care Centers, Kindergarten-Nursery Schools and Devel- 
opmental Child Care Centers. 

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Music for Children - Ages 7-12 years (iVIUED 499D, 699D) 
2 credits 

July 3-14; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 
Dr. Satvroula Fanos, Director 

Demonstrations including: Orff, Kodaly, eurythmics, con- 
cept teaching, classroom compositions, music repertoire: 
electronic and contemporary idioms. 

Music Instruction in Tomorrow's Schools (MUED 499E, 699E) 
2 credits 

July 17-28; 12:30-4:30 p.m.; Daily 
Dr. Corwin H. Taylor, Director 

New organizational patterns in schools, implication of 
learning theories, new teaching materials, human rela- 
tions, teacher growth, community resources, account- 
ability. 

Comparative and International Librarianship and Information 
Science (LBSC 837) 3 credits 

July 31-August 11; 1:00-5:00 p.m.; Daily 
Dr. Paul Wasserman, Director 

This institute is intended for members of the practicing 
library and information science community as well as for 
master's and doctoral students in the school. The intent 
of the program will be to bring into focus some of the 
major theoretical and applied trends in the field in the 
developed as well as the developing countries. In the 
course of the lectures, discussions, and other program 
elements, the participants will consider the UNISIST 
program, the role and contribution of FID, IFLA, Ameri- 
can activities influencing international matters in librarian- 
ship (Library of Congress acquisitions, U.S. AID pro- 
grams, the role of the President's Committee on Scientific 
and Technical Information Panel on International Activ- 
ities) and other unique efforts such as those of the Pan 
American Union in library spheres. International scientific 
information transfer, comparative methodolgy in distinc- 
tive technical and educational areas, and the political 
and substantive issues involved, will also be treated. A 
number of consultants and invited lecturers, drawn from 
the international, governmental and research community 
in librarianship and information science will comprise the 
institute faculty, in addition to the institute director. 

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Managerial Mathematics (BSAD 000) credit (billed for 3 

credit hours) 

June 19-August 1; MTuThF; 1:00-2:00 p.m. 
Dr. Rudolph P. Lamone, Director 

The purpose of this course is to present mathematical 
concepts necessary for Economics, Managerial and Sys- 
tems Analysis. The major topics covered include ele- 
mentary matrix algebra, elementary probability theory, 
mathematical relationships, and optimization of functions 
of one variable. 

Historical Interior Design (HSAD 488A) 3 credits 
June 19-July 8 

A study of the interior design of 18th and 19th Century 
homes with emphasis on the Tidewater homes of Mary- 
land and Virginia. Lectures will be supplemented by pre- 
arranged tours of extant homes of historical significance. 
The expense to the student will include the usual credit- 
hour and University fees, and the cost of travel and 
subsistence. For further information contact Dr. Jane 
Shearer, Department of Housing and Applied Design. 

Residential Lighting Design (HSAD 488) 1 credit 
July 26-30; 9 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; Daily 

An analysis of the elements which achieve effective and 
decorative lighting in the home. The subject matter and 
level is designed for the students of Home Economics 
and Architecture and for the individual homeowner. The 
instructional program will be directed by Miss Rose 
Coakley who is a nationally recognized author and spe- 
cialist in the field of residential lighting design. There 
are no specific prerequisites. For further information con- 
tact Dr. Jane Shearer, Department of Housing and Ap- 
plied Design. 

Communication in Marriage and Family (FMCD 499D-HOEC 
668D) 3 credits 

July 10-28; 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Daily 

The instructional program, centered on the principles 
and concepts of communication theory, will be supple- 
mented with small group study of specific problems in 
marriage and family dynamics. Enrollment is limited to 
30. For further information contact Dr. David Olson, 
Department of Family Management and Community De- 
velopment. 

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Writers' Workshop (for high school age students) 
Dates to be arranged 

A series of working sessions with distinguished writers. 
Admission based on competitive examination. For in- 
formation contact the Maryland Arts Council in Baltimore, 
Maryland. 

Human Relations in Educational Administration (EDAD 499A) 

6 credits 

June 21-JuIy 28; 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Daily 
Dr. Clarence A. Newell, Director 

This workshop is concerned with the development of 
leadership teams capable of providing in-service pro- 
grams in human relations in local school systems. 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 reservations exceed the num- 
ber 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 21-JuIy 11 ; 1 :00-4:30 p.m.; Daily; 
Educational Technology Center, College of Education 
Dr. Margaret W. Chisholm, Director 
This workshop will give teachers, librarians, and admini- 
strators the opportunity to work on problems in the selec- 
tion, organization, and utilization of instructional mate- 
rials in school programs. It also covers changes in 
education as they affect the Instructional Materials Pro- 
gram, with emphasis on the newer media of instruction 
as well as traditional printed materials. 

Vocational Education (EDIN 499D) 1 credit 

For further information contact Dr. Donald Maley, Depart- 
ment of Industrial Education. 

Trade Advancement (EDIN 499R) 3 credits 
June 21-August 9 
Dr. Walter S. Mietus, Director 

Human Development Workshops 
Dr. Charles H. Flatter, Director 

1. The Direct Study of Children and Youth (EDHD 313-613) 
3 credits. (Laboratory in Behavior Analysis) July 10-July 
28; 12-4 p.m.; Daily 

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Leaders and prospective leaders of Child and Youth Study 
groups are provided basic training through lecture-dis- 
cussion, laboratory periods, and library work. 

2. Application of Human Development Principles (EDHD 
499C) 2 credits July 31-August 11; 8-12 a.m.; daily 

A reevaluation of educational practices in light of recent 
research findings in human development. 

3. Education Leadership (EDHD 499K) 2 credits 

June 5-16; 8-12 a.m.; Daily (Prior to regular Summer 

Session) 

Group processes and leadership techniques will be the 

focus of this workshop. Students and instructor(s) will 

be involved in a series of growth experiences as well as 

evaluating research related to group processes. 

Workshop for Teachers of Disadvantaged Youth (EDSE 499B) 

3 credits 

June 21-July 7 

Dr. Christine Biaiek, Director 

The purpose of this workshop is to provide information 
and experiences which will enable the prospective and 
in-service teacher to understand better the social con- 
text of the inner city school and community and sub- 
sequently relate better to their students and teach them. 
At the same time, theoretical research and knowledge 
from psychological and sociological literature relevant 
to poverty, deprivation, and minority group children who 
live in urban areas will be given major consideration. The 
course may be considered both an introduction to as 
well as an in-depth study of the concepts and principles 
related to the sociological and psychological foundations 
of an urban environment. Course materials will be aug- 
mented with field trips for meetings and consultations 
with representatives from various groups and institutions 
in Washington and/or Baltimore. In addition, each class 
member will be engaged in an in-depth field experience, 
spending some time in an urban setting of his or her 
choice as a participant-observer. 

Team Teaching (EDSE 499D) 3 credits 
June 21-July 7 
Dr. W. Smith, 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 lec- 
tures by the director and distinguished consultants, films, 

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outside visits, and development of personal team teach- 
ing projects. 

Vocational Business Education (EDSE 499F) 3 credits 
June 21-July 7 

The purposes of this workshop are 1) to train teachers to 
use simulated office methods to teach potential office 
employees, 2) to develop content outlines and teaching 
materials to implement simulated office instruction and 
3) to improve instruction in office teaching techniques. 

Effective Teaching in Home Economics (EDSE 499L) 3 credits 
June 21-July 7 

Dr. M. Louise Lemmon, Director 

This workshop is to analyze recent trends in effective 
methods of teaching, apply the methodology which inte- 
grates conceptual and effective teaching, evaluate teach- 
ing according to affective change, analyze the relation- 
ships between learning theory and effective application in 
teaching. The workshop format will include seminar ses- 
sions, conferences regarding individual projects, video- 
taping and evaluation sessions as well as consultants 
in various areas. 

Current Issues in Health Education (HLTH 489K-489L) 

3-6 credits 

June 21-July 28; 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Daily 
Catherine Miller, Director 

The workshop will consist of two conincident, 6-week pro- 
grams, each carrying 6 semester hours of credit. Each 6 
week program will be divided into a first and second 3 
week session and students will be allowed to transfer 
from one program to the other at the half-way point. 
Topics to be covered are: (Program #1) Health Educa- 
tion for the Aging and Aged; (Program #2) Death Educa- 
tion and Suicidal Behavior. 

Motor Learning Implications for Teaching (PHED 489C) 

3 credits 

June 19-July 7; 12:30-4:00 p.m.; Daily 

Dr Joan Hult and Dr. Alice Love, Directors 

To "transform" motor learning research results Into 

practical teaching applications. 

Outdoor Education Workshop (RECR 454) 6 credits 

June 21-July 28; 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Daily; and arranged 
Dr. George Eley, Director 

The Outdoor Education Workshop, offered in cooperation 
with and on behalf of the local and state education 

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authorities, will present the philosophy, activities, mate- 
rials, and methods recommended for modern outdoor 
education practice. Course content will involve group dis- 
cussion and projects, practice sessions both on and off 
campus, trips, presentations by visiting specialists and 
preparation and use of visual aids and curricular mate- 
rials. 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 authorization 
of their advisors. 

INSTITUTES 

In addition to the workshops discussed above the University 
offers the following institutes which have been funded by the 
National Science Foundation. For information about these 
institutes contact the associated director. 

Institute for Teachers of Junior High School Mathematics 
Director: Dr. James T. Fey, Department of Mathematics 
Institute for High School Teachers of Biology 
Director: Dr. J. David Lockard, College of Education 



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Summer School 
Pictorial 



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A Portion of the College Park Campus 

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Campus Modular Housing Near Completion 




Coeds Relaxing in a Campus Dormitory Room 

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A Student of Astronomy Views Star Clusters 




Young Artists Do Tiieir Thing in Class 
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Chemical Engineering's Nuclear Reactor 




Calorimeter Experiment in the Science Teaching Center 

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^ f , mm- »< £ js iiii satoi ■>» 




The Action Side of a Summer Course in l\/iarine Bioiogy 





Or Some May Prefer Local Archaeology Digs 

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Tennis 

Golf 

Bowling 

SoftbaU 

Soccer 

Cltess 

Bridge 

Ping Pong 

Billiards 



Summer 
Recreation 



A Full 
Program 





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Community-University Day, A Summer Function, Draws The 




University Summer Tlieatre Production of Lys/strafa 

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Attention of Thousands of Students and Community Residents 




intensive Education Development Center Student Art Display 

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Course OSSerings 



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The University reserves the right to cancel a course offering 
if adequate enrollment Is not realized. In general, an enroll- 
ment of 20, 15 and 10 is required for lower division under- 
graduate, upper division undergraduate and graduate courses, 
respectively. 

The abbreviation (P-F) indicates Pass-Fail Option. 



In course listings the abbreviations *8W* and *6W* mean 
8 or 6 week duration, respectively. 



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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING 

AGEN 489 

Special Problems in Agricultural Engineering (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Approval of Department) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGEN 499 

Special Problems in Farm Mechanics (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

Approval of Department. Not acceptable for AGEN majors. 

Problems assigned in proportion to amount of credit. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGEN 699 

Special Problems in Agricultural and Aquacultural Engineering 

(1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGEN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGEN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGRONOMY 

AGRO 499 

Special Problems In Agronomy (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisite AGRO 202, 407, 406, or permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGRO 608 

Research Methods (02) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— Approval of Staff) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGRO 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

AGRO 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

BOTANY 

BOTN 100 

General Botany (04) *8W* 

(Lecture meets 8 to 8.50) 

0101 MTUTHF8/MTUTHF 9-10:50 E 001 E 247 Harrison 

0102 MTUTHF8/MTUTHF 11-12:50 E 001 E 251 Griggs 

0103 MTUTHF8/MTUTHF 12:30-220 E 001 E 247 Staff 

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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

BOTN 389 

Tutorial Readings in Botany (tionors course) (2-3 Var Cr) *8W* 
(See College of Agriculture Bulletin for details) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Galloway. 

Staff 

BOTN 398 

National Science Foundation Institute Seminar-Summer 
Institute for Biology Teachers (02) *8W* 
Open only to participants in the NSF Institute for Biology 
Teachers. Two or three hour sessions or all day field trips 
0101 W 9-5 E 001 Braswell, 

Staff 

BOTN 399 

Research Problems in Botany (Honors Course) (2-3 Var Cr) 

*8W* Prerequisite-BOTN 389. See Consolidated Undergraduate 

Catalog for details 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

BOTN 407 

Teaching Methods in Botany (02) *8W* 

Prerequisite-BOTN 100 or equivalent. Open only to participants 

in the NSF Institute 

0101 MTUTHF 1-2:50 E 341 Braswell 

BOTN 411 

Plant Anatomy (03) *8W* 

(Lecture Meets TUTH 9.30-10.20) 

0101 TUTH 9:30/ /MTUTHF 10:30-12:10 E 211 E 211 Rappleye 

BOTN 441 

Plant Physiology (04) *8W* 

Prerequisites-BOTN 100 and General Chemistry or their 

equivalents. Open only to participants in the NSF Institute 

0101 MTUTHF 8/MTUTHF 9-11:50 E 201 E 341 Lockard 

BOTN 463 

Ecology of Marsh and Dune Vegetation (02) *8W* 

Prerequisite-BOTN 100 or Equivalent. 

Open only to participants in NSF Institute. 

0101 MTUTHF 1-2:50 E 211 Rappleye 

BOTN 477 

Marine Plant Biology (04) *6W* 

Prerequisite-BOTN 100 or Genera! Biology, Organic Chemistry 

or the consent of the instructor. To be offered at the 

Chesapeake Bay Laboratory, Solomons, Maryland. Enrollment 

limited to 15 students. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Krauss, 

Staff 
BOTN 497 

Special Problems in Marine Research (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Krauss, 

Staff 
BOTN 699 

Special Problems in Botany-Marine Botany (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Krauss, 

Staff 
BOTN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

BOTN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENTOMOLOGY 

ENTM 100 

Insects (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 O 236 Davidson 

ENTM 200 

Introductory Entomology (03) (P-F) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— Zool 101) 

0101 MTUTHF 8/MTH 9-11 O 236 O 200 Davidson 

0102 MTUTHF 8/TUF 9-11 O 236 O 200 Davidson 

ENTM 399 

Special Problems (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Credit and prerequisite determined by the department) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENTM 699 

Advanced Entomology (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Credit and prerequisites determined by department) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENTM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENTM 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

FOOD SCIENCE 

FDSC 399 

Special Problems in Food Science (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— Approval of Staff) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

FDSC 699 

Special Problems in Food Scienc (1-4 Var Cr) *8W* 

Credit according to time scheduled and magnitude of problem. 

Prerequisite-CHEM 461 and permission of Faculty. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

FDSC 799 



Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *12W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR 




Staff 


FDSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *12W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 




Staff 


GEOLOGY 






GEOL 100 

Introduction to Physical Geology (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 9:30 E 
0201 MTUTHF 11 E 


053 
053 


Seigrist 
Seigrist 



57 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

HORTICULTURE 

HORT 399 

Special Problems (02) *8W* 

(For students majoring in Horticulture or Botany) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HORT 699 

Special Problems in Horticulture (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Limited to Horticulture majors) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HORT 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *12W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HORT 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *12W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RURAL EDUCATION 

RLED 325 

Directed Experience in Extension Education (1-5 Var Cr) *6W* 

(Satisfactory academic average and permission of Instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Ryden 

RLED 487 

Conservation of Natural Resources (03) *6W* 

Travel Fee $17.50 in addition to the regular credit hour fees. 

Taken concurrently with RLED 497. Meets Daily. 

0101 ARRANGED O 032 Staff 

RLED 488 

Critique in Rural Education (01) *6W* 

RLED 489 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

(Approval of staff) 

Critique in Rural Education (01) *6W* 

(Approval of staff) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RLED 497 

Conservation of Natural Resources (03) *6W* 

Travel Fee $17.50 in addition to the regular credit hour 

fees. Tal<en concurrently with RLED 487. Meets daily. 

0101 ARRANGED O 032 Staff 

RLED 499 

Special Problems (1-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

(Approval of Staff) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RLED 689 

Special Topics in Rural Education (02) *3W* 

Permission of instructor 

Class meets June 22-July 11 

0101 MTUTHF 8-11 120 Nelson 

RLED 699 

Special Problems (1.-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-Approval of staff) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

58 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

RLED 789 

Special Topics in Rural Education (02) *6W* 

(Permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RLED 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RLED 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



Note: 

Courses in Agricultural Economics and Animal Science will 
also be offered during the summer session. For further in- 
formation contact the respective department. 



COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



AFRO-AMERICAN STUDIES 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



AASP 102 

Intermediate Swahili (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTH 9/TH 11 

AASP 401 

Seminar in Afro-American Studies (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTH 11 RR 113 

AASP 428A 

Special Topics-Ideologies of African Leaders (03) *8W 

0101 MTUWTH 2 RR 003 



RR 113 LL 101 Muganda 



Berry 



Nzuwah 



AMERICAN STUDIES 

AMST 446 

Popular Culture in America (03) *8W'' 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 



T 118 



AMST 629 

Seminar in American Studies (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 7 PM RR 005 

AMST 639 

Reading course in selected aspects of 

American Civilization I (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

AMST 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

AMST 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Mintz 



Lounsbury 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



ANTHROPOLOGY 

ANTH 101 

Introduction to Anthropology-Archaeology and Physical 

Anthropology (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 AR 002 

0201 MTUTHF 8 AR 002 

ANTH 102 

Introduction to Anthropology— Cultural Anthropology and 

Linguistics (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 T 005 

ANTH 261 

Introduction to Physical Anthropology (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 R 111 

ANTH 389 

Research Problems (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED 



Anderson 
Staff 



Anderson 



Rosen 



ARR 



Staff 



60 



Couns 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



ANTH 401 

Cultural Anthropology-Principles and Processes (03) *8W^ 



9:30 



R 111 



(=8W* 



►8W* 



R 109 



R 109 



0101 MTUTHF 

ANTH 414 

Ethnology of Africa (03' 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

ANTH 424 

Ethnology of North America (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 

ANTH 431 

Social Organization of Primitive Peoples (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 R 111 

ANTH 498 

Field Methods in Ethnology (06) 

June 19-August 11 

For further information see page 34. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-5 ARR 



Instr 



Hoffman 



Cosnow 



Hoffman 



Staff 



Cosnow, 
Clymer 



ANTH 499 

Field Methods in Archaeology-Archaeological Field School (06) 

June 19-August 11 

For further information see page 34. 



ARR 



Thurman 



0101 MTUWTHF 8-5 
ANTH 698 

Advanced Field Training in Ethnology-Field Methods In Ethnology (06) 
June 19-August 11 
For further information see page 34. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-5 ARR Cosnow, 

Clymer 

ANTH 699 

Advanced Field Training in Archaeology-Archaeological Field School (06) 

June 19-August 11 

For further information see page 34. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-5 ARR Thurman 



ART EDUCATION 



ARTE 100 








Fundamentals of Art Education (03) *8W* 








0101 MTUTHF 8 


NN 


330 


Lembach 


0201 MTUTHF 9:30 


NN 


330 


Lembach 


0301 MTUTHF 8 


NN 


328 


Staff 


0401 MTUTHF 9:30 


NN 


328 


Staff 



ART HISTORY 

ARTH 100 

Introduction to Art (03) *8W'' 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

ARTH 260 

History of Art (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

ARTH 261 

History of Art (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 



NN 214 O'Sullivan, J. 



NN 320 O'Sullivan, J. 



NN 214 



Denny 



61 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



ARTH 413 

Medieval Art (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 NN 320 

ARTH 450 

Twentieth Century Art (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 314 

ARTH 476 

History of American Art (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 NN 320 

ARTH 498 

Directed Studies in Art History (2-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ARTH 698 

Directed Graduate Studies in Art History (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ARTH 798 

Directed Graduate Study In Art History (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ARTH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ARTH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ART STUDIO 

ARTS 100 

Design (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF8-10 HH 012 

0101 MTUWTHF8-10 HH 012 

ARTS 110 

Drawing I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 NN 232 

0201 MTUWTHF 1-3 NN 224 

ARTS 200 

Intermediate Design (03) *8W* 

0101 MTU 8-12/W 8-10 NN 332 

ARTS 210 

Drawing II (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 NN 230 

ARTS 220 

Painting I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTU 1-5/W 10-12 NN 232 

0201 MTUWTHF 8-10 NN 232 

ARTS 310 

Drawing III (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 NN 230 

ARTS 320 

Painting II (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 NN 224 

ARTS 324 

Painting III (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 NN 224 



Instr 

Denny 
Jordan 
Jordan 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



King 
Green 



King 
Kahn 



Simpl<in 



Isen 



Simpl^in 
Dilllnger 



Isen 
Dillinger 
Dilllnger 



62 



CourM 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



NN 


133 


NN 


133 


FF 


025 


FF 


025 



ARTS 330A 

Sculpture I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 NN 139 

0201 MTUWTHF 1-3 NN 139 

ARTS 330B 

Sculpture I— Exploration in 3 Dimensional Composition (03) *8W'* 

0101 MTUWTHF 1-3 NN 133 

ARTS 334 

Sculpture 11 (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 

ARTS 335 

Sculpture III (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 

ARTS 340 

Printmaking I (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 10-12 
0201 MTUWTHF 8-10 

ARTS 344 

Printmaking II (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-2 FF 025 

ARTS 440 

Printmaking III (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-2 FF 025 

ARTS 498 

Directed Studies in Studio Art (2-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ARTS 698 

Directed Graduate Studies in Studio Art (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ARTS 798 

Directed Graduate Studies in Studio Art (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ASTRONOMY 

ASTR 100 

Introduction to Astronomy (03) (P-F) *6W* 

(Meets June 24 to July 31) 

0101 MTUW 7:30-9 PM/TH 7:30-9:30 PM Z 171 

ASTR 399 

Honors Seminar (Cr Arr) (P-F) *8W* 

Enrollment is limited to students admitted to the Honors 

Program in Astronomy. Credit according to work assigned. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ASTR 411 

Observational Astronomy (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instf 



Reid 
Raid 



Cambell 
Campbell 
Campbell 



Forbes 
Forbes 



Isen 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



A'Hearn, 

Simonson 

Erickson 



ASTR 498 

Special Problems in Astronomy (Cr Arr) (P-F) *8W* 

Prerequisite-major in PHYS or ASTR and/or consent of 

Advisor. Research or special study. Credit according to work 

accomplished. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Staff 



63 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



ASTR 699 

Special Problems in Advanced Astronomy (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Credit according to work assigned) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ASTR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ASTR 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

BIOLOGY 

BIOL 101 

Organization and Interrelationships in the Biological World 

(03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20 E 001 

CHEMISTRY 

CHEM 102 

Chemistry of Man's Enxircnment (04) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50/MTH 1-4 

0102 MTUTHF 9:30-10 :50/TUF 1-4 

CHEM 103 

College Chemistry I (04) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

0102 MTUTHF 11-12:20/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

0103 MTUTHF 11-12:20/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

CHEM 104 

College Chemistry II (04) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

0102 MTUTHF 11-12:20/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

0103 MTUTHF 11-12:20/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

0104 MTUTHF 11-1220/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

0105 MTUTHF 11-1250/MTH 1-4/TUF 1 

CHEM 201 

College Chemistry III (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50/ /MTH 1 

0102 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50/ /MTH 1 

0103 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50/ /MTH 1 

CHEM 202 

College Chemistry Laboratory III (02) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 W 10-11 :50/TUF 2-5 

0102 W 10-11 :50/TUF 2-5 

0103 W 10-11 :50/TUF 2-5 



Instr 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



c 


132 


C 


180 


Staff 


c 


132 


C 


180 


Staff 


c 


132 


C 


179 


C 076 

Staff 


c 


132 


C 


186 


C 079 
Staff 





132 


C 


194 


C 080 

Staff 


c 


130 


C 


107 


C 081 
Staff 


c 


130 


C 


106 


C 090 

Staff 


c 


130 


C 


105 


C 093 
Staff 


c 


130 


C 


103 


C 097 

Staff 


c 


130 


C 


102 


C 098 
Staff 


c 


130 






C 078 
Staff 


c 


130 






C 079 

Staff 


c 


130 






C 080 

Staff 


>-F) 










c 


132 


C 


117 


Staff 





132 


C 


118 


Staff 





132 


C 


119 


Staff 



64 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times Bldg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

CHEM 203 

College Chemistry IV (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 8-9:20/ /TUP 1 C 132 C 134 

Staff 
CHEM 204 

College Chemistry Laboratory IV (02) *8W* (P-F) 
0101 W 8-9:20/ MTH 2-5 C 132. 196 Staff 

CHEM 399 

Introduction to Chemical Research (1-2 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CHEM 461 

Biochemistry I (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50 C 134 Staff 

CHEM 475 

Chemical Oceanography (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20 C 134 Staff 

CHEM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CHEM 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CHINESE 

CHIN 101 

Intensive Elementary Chinese (06) *4W* (P-F) 

June 21-July 14. Register for CHIN 101 and/or CHIN 102 

on June 19 or 20 as separate courses. This course meets 

three times daily-first lecture 9-11-Lab 11-12-Second 

lecture 1-3. A student enrolled in CHIN 101 and/or 102 may 

not take any other course in the summer session. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12/MTUWTHF 1-3 LL 204 Chen. 

Friedman 
CHIN 102 

Intensive Elementary Chinese (06) *4W* (P-F) 
July 17-August 11. Register for CHIN 102 and/or 101 
on June 19 or 20 as separate courses. This course meets 
three times daily— first lecture 9-11— Lab 11-12— Second 
lecture 1-3. A student enrolled in CHIN 102 and/or 101 may 
not take any other course in the summer session. 
0101 MTUWTHF 9-12/MTUWTHF 1-3 LL 204 Chen, 

Friedman 

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 

CMLT 415 

Old Testament as Literature (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 AR 023 Greenwood 

CMLT 479 

Major Contemporary Authors (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 J 014 Salamanca 

0201 MTUTHF 11 J 014 Tinsley 

CMLT 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

65 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



CMLT 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 



Staff 



DANCE 

DANC 100 

Dance Techniques (02) *6W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 EE 015 

DANC 200 

Introduction to Dance (03) *6W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 EE 008 

DANC 348 

Dance Techniques (02) *6W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTHF 6-8 PM EE 015 

DANC 248C 

Dance Techniques-Dance Techniques in Jazz Style (02) 

July 10-28 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12 DD 106 

DRAMATIC ART 

DART 110 

Introduction to the Theater (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 055 

DART 170 

Stagecraft (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 057 

DART 252 

Historic Costume for the Stage I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:30 NN 057 

DART 390 

History of the Theatre (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-10:50 NN 013 

DART 440 

Children's Dramatics (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8-9:20 NN 122 

DART 479 

Theater Workshop (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-DART 120 or 170) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

DART 499 

Seminar (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

DART 669 

independent Study (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

DART 678 

Theory of Visual Design for the Performing Arts (03) *8W'' 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20 NN 56D 

DART 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 

Aikens 

O'Leary 

Mosbo 

Slattum 

Pugliese 

Meersman 

Vaughn 

Staff 

Pugliese 

Vaughn 

Staff 



CourM 
Cod« 

ENGLISH 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



^8W=' 



ENGL 101 

Composition (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 

0201 MTUTHF 8 

0301 MTUTHF 9:30 

0501 MTUTHF 11 

0601 MTUTHF 12:30 

0701 MTUTHF 12:30 

ENGL 201 

World Literature (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 

0301 MTUTHF 9:30 

0401 MTUTHF 11 

0501 MTUTHF 12:30 

0601 MTUTHF 11 

ENGL 202 

World Literature (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 

0301 MTUTHF 11 

0401 MTUTHF 11 

0501 MTUTHF 12:30 

0601 MTUTHF 8 

ENGL 221 

American Literature-Beginning to 1865 (03) *8W'' 



N8W* 



RR 


017 


Staff 


RR 


015 


Staff 


LL 


203 


Staff 


LL 


055 


Staff 


M 


301 


Staff 


AA 


104 


Staff 


A 


049 


Detrick 


A 


049 


Staff 


A 


159 


Staff 


A 


049 


Fere nee 


RR 


115 


Staff 


A 


159 


Staff 


A 


048 


Staff 


A 


048 


Schmeissner 


A 


048 


Staff 


A 


043 


Staff 


RR 


021 


Staff 


A 


050 


Staff 



8 



0101 MTUTHF 

ENGL 222 

American Literature-1865 to Present (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 11 RR 

0201 MTUTHF 8 RR 

ENGL 294 

Introduction to Creative Writing (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 ZP 

ENGL 402 

Chaucer (03) *8W* (P-F) 
0101 MTUTHF 9:30 
0201 MTUTHF 9:30 

ENGL 405 

Major Works of Shakespeare (03) 

0201 MTUTHF 11 

ENGL 414 

Milton (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

ENGL 417 

Literature of the Eighteenth Century (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

ENGL 419 

Major British Writers (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 

ENGL 420 

Literature of the Romantic Period (03) *8W 

0101 MTUTHF 8 



RR 019 



022 
003 



119 



J 006 
J 018 



^8W* (P-F) 



RR 019 



LL 116 



8W 



Martin 



Rowe 
Potash 



Gold 



Rutherford 
Steinberg 



Houppert 



Wilson 



1* (P-F) 
A 167 


Tyson 


J 018 


Kolker 


(P-F) 
T 102 


Smith, G. 



67 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



ENGL 424 

Late Victorian and Edwardian Literature (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 A 174 

ENGL 430 

American Literature Beginning to 1810 (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 A 050 

ENGL 431 

American Literature, 1810 to 1865, The American Renaissance 

(03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 RR 019 

ENGL 433 

American Literature, 1914 to the Present, the Modern Period 

(03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 RR 019 

0201 MTUTHF 11 A 174 

ENGL 435 

American Poetry-Beginning to the Present (03) 



Instr 



Gate 



Weigant 



Gravely 



Dunn 
Moore 



NSW" 



RR 

(P-F) 

T 



f=8W* 
005 



(P-F) 



103 



0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

ENGL 441 

The Novel in America Since 1910 (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 

ENGL 443 

Afro-American Literature (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

ENGL 445 

Modern Poetry (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 

ENGL 452 

English Drama from 1660 to 1800 (03) *8W* 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 

ENGL 454 

Modern Drama (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 

0201 MTUTHF 12:30 

ENGL 455 

The English Novel (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 RR 005 

ENGL 456 

The English Novel (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 LL 219 

ENGL 457 

The Modern Novel (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 RR 

0201 MTUTHF 12:30 A 

ENGL 460 

Introduction to Folklore (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 RR 022 

ENGL 472 

Independent Research in English (1-3 Var Cr) * 

(By permission only) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Van Egmond 



Thorberg 



A 


043 


Coleman 


J 


122 


Whittemore 


(P-F) 
J 


030 


Kimble 


RR 

T 


007 
118 


Bryer 
Tinsley 



005 
043 



Ward 



Kenney 



Kleine 
Holton 



8W 



Fry 



Howard 



68 



Cours* 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



ENGL 482 

History of English Language (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 RR 005 

ENGL 493 

Advanced Expository Writing (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 J 104 

ENGL 601 

Bibliography and Methods (03) *8W* 
0101 MTH 4-6 RR 015 

ENGL 622 

Special Studies in English Literature: 
Seventeenth Century (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 1-3 RR 007 

ENGL 625 

Special Studies in English Literature: 
Victorian (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 7-9 PM RR 007 

ENGL 627 

Special Studies in American Literature- 
American Literature since 1865 (03) *8W* 
0101 TUF 1-3 RR 017 

ENGL 718 

Seminar in Medieval Literature (03) *8W* 
0101 TUF 10-12 Q 232 

ENGL 719 

Seminar in Renaissance Literature (03) *8W* 
0101 TUF 1-3 RR 007 

ENGL 728 

Seminar in Seventeenth Century Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 1-3 RR 017 

ENGL 729 

Seminar in Eighteenth Century Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 1-3 A 240 

ENGL 738 

Seminar in Nineteenth Century Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 4-6 A 028 

ENGL 739 

Seminar in Nineteenth Century Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 TUTH 7-9 PM RR 015 

ENGL 748 

Seminar in American Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 1-3 A 240 

0201 MTH 4-6 RR 015 

ENGL 749 

Studies in Twentieth Century Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 1:30-3:30 RR 005 

ENGL 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

ENGL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 

Herman 

Beauchamp 

Cooper 

Murphy 

Brown 

Laws on 

Isaacs 

Staff 

Mish 

Myers 

Kinnaird 

Peterson 



Hovey 
Lutwack 



Bode 



Staff 



Staff 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

FRENCH 

FREN 111 

Elementary French (03) (P-F) *4W* 

June 21-July 14. Register for FREN 111 and/or 112 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. This course meets four 

hours MTUTHF. Lectures 9, 10 and 12 plus one drill at 

8 or 11. A student enrolled in FREN 111 and/or 112 may 

not take any other course in the summer session. 

0101 MTUTHF 8-1 LL 001 Staff 

FREN 112 

Elementary French (03) (P-F) *4W* 

July 17-August 11. Register for FREN 112 and/or 111 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. This course meets four 

hours MTUTHF. Lectures 9, 10 and 12 plus one drill at 

8 or 11. A student enrolled in FREN 111 and/or 112 may 

not take any other course in the summer session. 

0101 MTUTHF 8-1 LL 001 Staff 

FREN 114 

Intermediate French (03) (P-F) *4W* 

June 21-July 14. Register for FREN 114 and/or 115 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. A student enrolled in FREN 

114 and/or 115 may not take any other course in the 

summer session. 

0101 MTUTHF 8-10/MTUTHF 11 LL 013 LL 013 Staff 

FREN 115 

Intermediate French (03) (P-F) *4W* 

July 17-August 11. Register for FREN 115 and/or 114 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. A student enrolled in 

FREN 115 and/or 114 may not take any other course 

in the summer session. 

0101 MTUTHF 8-10/MTUTHF 11 LL 013 LL 013 Staff 

FREN 405 

Explication De Texte (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50 LL 354 Lloyd-Jones 

FREN 461 

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

(P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20 LL 155 Demaitre 

FREN 669 

Special Topic in Twentieth Century French Literature (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 1-3 LL 354 Demaitre 

GERMAN 

GERM 001 

Elementary German for graduate students (AUDIT) *6W* 

(This course is billed for three credit hours) 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 LL 356 Klapouchy 

GERM 111 

Elementary German (03) *4W* 

June 21-July 14. Register for GERM 111 and/or 112 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. This course meets three 

times daily. A student enrolled in GERM 111 and/or 112 

may not take any other course in the summer session. 

Lectures 9 and 10. Drill at 8. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-11 LL 055 Horowitz 

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Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

GERM 112 

Elementary German (03) *4W* 

July 17-August 11. Register for GERM 112 and/or GERM 111 

on June 19 or 20 as separate courses. This course meets 

three times daily. A student enrolled in GERM 111 and/or 112 

may not take any other course in the summer session. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-11 LL 055 Logan 

GERM 114 

Intermediate Literary German (03) *4W* 

June 21-July 4 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-10 LL 155 Dvorak 

GERM 115 

Intermediate Literary German (03) *4W* 

July 17-August 11 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-10 LL 155 Ransick 

GERM 401 

Advanced Composition (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 LL 354 Huebschman 

GERM 461 

German Literature of the Twentieth Century (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-11:20 LL 356 Eider 

GERM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GERM 828 

Seminar-Baroque Poetry (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11:30-12:50 LL 356 Elder 

GERM 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HEBREW 

HEBR 111 

Elementary Hebrew (03) (P-F) *4W* 

Register for HEBR 111, and/or 112 as separate courses. 

Students enrolled in HEBR 111 and/or 112 may not take any 

other course in the summer session. Class meets for the 

first 4-weeks. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-11 LL 221 Klein 

HEBR 112 

Elementary Hebrew (03) (P-F) *4W* 

Register for HEBR 111, and/or 112 as separate courses. 

students enrolled in HEBR 111 and/or 112 may not take any 

other course in the summer session. Class meets for the 

second 4-weeks. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-11 LL 221 Klein 

HISTORY, FOREIGN 

HIFN 413 

The Old Regime and the French Revolution, 1748-1815 

(03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 RR 020 Williams 

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Code 



Section 
Code 



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Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



115 



113 



HI FN 422 

Constitutional History of Great Britain (03) (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 RR 

HI FN 425 

History of Russia (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 RR 

HI FN 426 

Europe in the Nineteenth Century, 1815-1919 (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 RR 020 

HI FN 443 

History of China (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 RR 023 

HI FN 456 

History of the Ancient Orient and Greece (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 RR 023 

HI FN 738 

Readings in Modern European Intellectual History (03) (P-F) 

*8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

HISTORY 

HIST 221 

History of the United States to 1865 (03) (P-F) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 8 RR 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 RR 

0301 MTUTHF 12:30 A 

0401 MTUTHF 11 RR 

HIST 222 

History of the United States since 1865 (03) (P-F) 
0101 MTUTHF 12:30 A 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 AR 

0301 MTUTHF 8 RR 

0401 MTUTHF 11 AR 

HIST 223 

Social and Cultural History of Early America (03) (P-F) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 11 RR 113 

HIST 224 

Social and Cultural History of Modern America (03) (P-F) 
*8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 
HIST 225 

The United States in World Affairs (03) *8W 
0101 MTUTHF 11 



HIST 231 

Latin American History (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

HIST 241 

Western Civilization (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 

0201 MTUTHF 8 

HIST 242 

Western Civilization (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

0201 MTUTHF 11 



Instr 

Gordon 
Yaney 
Harris 

Folsom 
Holum 

Williams 



024 


Bradbury 


113 


Belz 


048 


Van Ness 


115 


Van Ness 


*8W* 




161 


Smith 


Oil 


Gilbert 


113 


Olson 


Oil 


Nicklason 



Ridgway 



A 


258 


Nicklason 

RR 024 
Hoffman 


RR 


020 


Warren 


A 
RR 


164 
023 


Holum 
Vasquez 


F 
F 


114 
114 


Vasquez 
Matosslan 



72 



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Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 

HIST 253 

History of England and Great Britain (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 RR 115 Robertson 

HIST 254 

History of England and Great Britain (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 G 109B Breslow 

HIST 262 

Far Eastern Civilization (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 R 204 Folsom 

HIST 272 

Islamic Civilization (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 AR 023 Stowasser 

HIST 389 

Proseminar in Historical Writing (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HIST 600 

Historiography-Techniques of Historical Research and 

Writing (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Matossian 

HIST 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HIST 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HISTORY, UNITED STATES 

HI US 402 

The American Revolution (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 T 201 Staff 

HIUS 414 

Between the Wars-The United States 1919-1945 (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 RR 024 Olson 

HIUS 423 

Diplomatic History of the United States (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 AR 014 Cole 

HIUS 425 

The History of Ideas in America (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 AR 014 Flack 

HIUS 738 

Readings in Recent American History (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Gilbert 



INSTITUTE OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE 
AND CRIMINOLOGY 

LENF 100 

Introduction to Law Enforcement (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50 076 

LENF 230 

Criminal Law in Action (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20 



^8W^ 



C 076 



Ingraham 
Ingraham 



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Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

LENF 398 

Law Enforcement Field Training (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

Prerequisite Junior standing, majors only and consent of 

instructor 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

LENF 399 

Directed independent Research (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

Prerequisite Senior standing, majors only and consent of 

instructor 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ITALIAN 

ITAL 114 

Intermediate Italian (03) (P-F) *4W* 

June 21-July 14. Register for ITAL 114 and/or ITAL 115 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. A student enrolled in ITAL 

114 and/or 115 may not take any other course in the summer 
session. 

0101 MTUTHF 8-10/MTUTHF 11 LL 003 LL 003 Staff 

ITAL 115 

Intermediate Italian (03) (P-F) *4W* 

July 17-August 11. Register for ITAL 115 and/or ITAL 114 on 

June 19-20 as separate courses. A student enrolled in ITAL 

115 and/or 114 may not take any other course in the summer 
session. 

0101 MTUTHF 8-10/MTUTHF 11 LL 003 LL 003 Staff 



MATHEMATICS 

MATH 105 

Fundamentals of Mathematics (04) *8W* 

Prerequisite— satisfactory performance on the SAT 

Mathematics Test or MATH 001. 

0101 MTUWTHF8 Y B33 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF8 Y B34 Staff 

0301 MTUWTHF 9:30 Y B33 Staff 

0401 MTUWTHF 11 Y 833 Staff 

MATH 110 

Introduction to Mathematics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— 2.5 years of college preparatory mathematics 

and satisfying performance on the SAT Mathematics Test, 

or MATH 001. Open to students not majoring in mathematics 

or the physical or engineering sciences. 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Y 837 Staff 

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) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 110. MATH 111 is a continuation of 

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Lec/Lab/Rec 


Code Code 


Meeting Times 


MATH 110) 




0101 MTUTHF 8 




0201 MTUTHF 9:30 




0301 MTUTHF 9:30 




0401 MTUTHF 11 





Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 



Y B38 Staff 

Y B38 Staff 

Y B43 Staff 

Y 836 Staff 

MATH 115 

Introductory Analysis (03) *8W* (P-F) 

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 11 Y 026 Staff 

MATH 140 

Analysis I (04) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— 3.5 years of college preparatory mathematics 

or MATH 115. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 Y ■ B42 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 Y B41 Staff 

MATH 141 

Analysis II (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 140 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 Y 036 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 Y B34 Staff 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 Y 043 Staff 

MATH 210 

Elements of Mathematics (04) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— one year of college preparatory algebra. Required 

for majors in elementary education, and open only to students 

in this field. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 Y 034 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 8 Y 035 Staff 

0301 MTUWTHF 9:30 Y 035 Staff 

MATH 211 

Elements of Geometry (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 210 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 Y 036 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 Y 039 Staff 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 Y 034 Staff 

MATH 240 

Linear Alegebra (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 141 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 Y 034 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 Y B38 Staff 

MATH 241 

Analysis III (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 240 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 Y 043 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 Y B40 Staff 

MATH 246 

Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers 

(03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 141 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Y 039 Staff 

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Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

MATH 398 

Honors Seminar (02) *6W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— permission of Departmental Honors Committee. 

June 26-August 4. Classes meet dally. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 400 

Vectors and Matrices (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite-MATH 141 or MATH 221. Algebra of Vector Spaces 

and Matrices. Recommended for students interested in tlie 

applications of mathematics. Not open to students with credit 

in MATH 240 or MATH 405. 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Y 040 Staff 

MATH 403 

Introduction to Abstract Algebra (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 241 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Y B40 Staff 

MATH 410 

Advanced Calculus (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 241) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Y B42 Staff 

MATH 437 

Euclidean Geometry (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite-MATH 240 or consent of instructor. 

Recommended for students in the College of Education. 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Y 038 Staff 

MATH 444 

Elementary Logic and Algorithms (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite MATH 240 or consent of instructor. This is 

the same course as CMSC 450) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Y 042 Staff 

MATH 478 

Selected Topics for Teachers of Mathematics 

(1-3 Var Cr) *6W* (P-F) 

June 26-Aug. 4 open only to participants in the NSF Institute 

for Junior High School Teachers in Mathematics. 

0101 MTUWTHF8 Z 441 Z 404 Jackson 

0201 MTUWTHF 8 Z 441 Z 404 Good 

0301 MTUWTHF 8-3:30 MM 207 Henkelman 

0401 MTUWTHF 9:30-11 Y 021 Davidson 

MATH 478A 

Selected Topics for Teachers of Mathematics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 481 

Introduction to Number Theory (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Enrollment restricted to elementary 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 sciences. 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Y 043 Cole 

MATH 483 

Introduction to Geometry (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Enrollment restricted to elementary school teachers, 

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Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

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 sciences. 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Y 031 Cole 

MATH 488 

National Science Foundation Summer Institute for Teachers 

of Science and Mathematics-Seminar (03) *6W* (P-F) 

Open only to participants in the NSF Institute for Junior High 

School Teachers. Meets June 26-August 4. 

0101 MTUWTHF1 Z 441 Z 404 Fey 

0201 MTUWTHF 8-3:30 Z 441 Z 404 Fey 

MATH 498A 

Selected Topics in Mathematics (Cr Arr) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 498B 

Selected Topics in Mathematics (Cr Arr) *8W* (P-F) 

0201 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 608A 

Selected Topics in Algebra (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 648A 

Selected Topics in Analysis (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 668A 

Selected Topics in Complex Analysis (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 698A 

Selected Topics in Applied Mathematics (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 718A 

Selected Topics in Mathematical Logic (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 748A 

Selected Topics in Geometry and Topology (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MATH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

METEOROLOGY 

METO 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

METO 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

Bidg/Room BIdg/Room 



MICROBIOLOGY 



MICB 200 

General Microbiology (04) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF8/MTUTHF9-11 

0102 MTUTHF8/MTUTHF9-11 

0103 MTUTHF8/MTUTHF9-11 



MICB 399 

Microbiological Problems (03) *8W* 

Prerequisite-16 credits in MICB. Six two-hour laboratory 

periods a week. Registration only upon consent of the 

instructor. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

MICB 450 

Immunology (04) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9/MTUTHF 10-12 

MICB 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

MICB 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 



T 005 T 210 Weiner 
T 005 T 211 Weiner 
T 005 T 212 Weiner 



Staff 



T 005 T 202 Roberson 



Staff 



Staff 



MUSIC 

MUSC 102 

Class Piano (02) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 

MUSC 103 

Class Piano (02) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-MUSC 102) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 



NN 302 



NN 302 



De Vermond 



De Vermond 



MUSC 129Z 

Ensemble— University Chorus (01) *6W* 

0101 W 7-10 PM NN 205 

MUSC 130 

Survey of Music Literature (03) *6W* 

Open to all students except music and music education 

majors. May be taken to satisfy the fine arts opinion In the 

general education program. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 NN 205 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 NN 205 

MUSC 135 

Basic Notational Skills (02) *6W* 

Designed to prepare students with minimal musical skills 

to enroll in basic college courses in music theory. 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 NN 202 

MUSC 155 

Fundamentals for the Classroom Teacher (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 NN 208 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 NN 208 

MUSC 251 

Advanced Theory of Music (04) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-MUSC 250) 

0101 MTUWTHF 8/MWF 9:30 NN 001 NN 301 



Traver 



Davis 
Mueller 



Payerle 



Fanos 
Mueller 



Payerle 



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Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



MUSC 331 

History of Music (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 



NN 210 Davis 



MUSC 339 

Honors Reading Course (2-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

MUSC 430 

Music Literature Survey for the Non-Majors (03) ' 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 NN 

MUSC 442 

Symphonic Music (03) *6W* 
(Prerequisite-MUSC 330, 331, or equivalent) 
0101 MTUWTHF 2 NN 

MUSC 446 

Contemporary Music (03) *6W* 
(Prerequisite-MUSC 330, 331 or equivalent) 
0101 MTUWTHF 8 NN 

MUSC 455A 

Workshop-Jazz: Its Historical Development (02) 

July 3-14 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 



^6W* 
210 



210 



202 



MUSC 455B 

Workshop— Jazz: Improvisation (02) 

July 17-28 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 



ARR 



ARR 



MUSC 639 

Seminar in Music— Bach's Instrumental Music (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-MUSC 330, 331, or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 NN 210 

MUSC 655A 

Workshop-Jazz: Its Historical Development (02) 

July 3-14 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 



MUSC 6558 

Workshop— Jazz: Improvisation (02) 

July 17-28 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 

MUSC 699 

Special Studies in Music (03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED 

MUSC 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED 



ARR 



ARR 



ARR 



'=6W* 



ARR 



MUSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Bernstein 



Seidler 



Bernstein 



Steinke 



Conover, W. 



Baker, D. 



Helm 



Conover, W. 



Baker, D. 



Helm 



Staff 



Staff 



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Code 



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Meeting Times 



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Instr 



APPLIED MUSIC 

Applied Music may be elected in the six-week session by 
degree students in music in a course number determined by 
the academic advisor. Non-music majors will be accommodated 
in applied music as teacher time and facilities permit. Per- 
mission slips for each election must be secured from the 
appropriate division chairman prior to the actual registration. 
Each election must include the appropriate course number, 
letter suffix, section number, and credit hours. 



Course Numbers 


Credits 


Suffix • Sections Available In Each Course 


MUSC 099 


02 


A-Piano 


(0101) 


1 —Clarinet 


(0901) 


MUSC 108/109 


02 


B-Voice 


(0201) 


J -Bassoon 


(1001) 


MUSC 208/209 


02 


C-Violin 


(0301) 


K -Saxophone 


(1101) 


MUSC 408/409 


02 


D-Viola 


(0401) 


M-Trumpet 


(1301) 


MUSC 418/419 


02 


E-Cello 


(0501) 


N -Trombone 


(1401) 


MUSC 609/610 


02 


F-Bass 


(0601) 


0-Tuba 


(1501) 


MUSC 805 


04 


G-Flute 


(0701) 


P— Euphonium 


(1601) 


MUSC 806 


04 


H-Oboe 


(0801) 


R— Organ 


(1801) 


MUSC 807 


04 











MUED Music education courses listed in the College of Educa- 
tion on page 117. 



PHILOSOPHY 



PHIL 100 








Introduction to Philosophy (03) (P-F) *8W* 








0101 MTUTHF 8 


T 


108 


Lesher 


0201 MTUTHF 9:30 


T 


108 


Martin 


0301 MTUTHF 11 


T 


108 


Celarier 


0401 MW 7PM 


T 


108 


Perkins 



PHIL 140 

Ethics (03) (P-F) *8W 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 



T 103 



PHIL 170 

Elementary Logic and Semantics (03) (P-F) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 12:30 T 103 

0201 MTUTHF 2 T 201 

PHIL 320 

Modern Philosophy (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 T 201 

PHIL 498 

Topical Investigations (1-3 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PHIL 499 

Topical Investigations (1-3 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PHIL 688 

Selected Problems in Philosophy (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Kress 



Staff 
Odell 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



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Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

PHIL 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHIL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHYSICS 

PHYS 121 

Fundamentals of Physics (04) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— entrance credit in trigonometry or MATH 111 or 

concurrent enrollment in MATH 115. Lecture and recitation 

sessions plus 4 hours in lab per week. 

0101 MTUWTHF11-12:40/TUTH9-11 Z 171 Z 362 Staff 

0102 MTUWTHF 11-12:40/MW 2-4 Z 171 Z 362 Staff 

PHYS 122 

Fundamentals of Physics (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— PHYS 121 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 1-2:40/TUTH 3-5 Z 171 Z 364 Staff 

PHYS 161 

General Physics— Mechanics and Particle Dynamics 
(03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— MATH 141 or concurrent enrollment in MATH 141) 
0101 MTUTHF 8/ /W 8 Z 171 Z 171 

Staff 

PHYS 263 

General Physics— Electricity and Magnetism (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-PHYS 262 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30/TUTH 1-4 Z 171 Z 340 Staff 

PHYS 399 

Special Problems in Physics (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— major in physics or consent of department 

chairman) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHYS 429 

Atomic and Nuclear Physics Laboratory (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— PHYS 365 or equivalent) 

0101 /TUTH 8-1 Z 349 Myers 

PHYS 498 

Independent Studies Seminar (Cr Arr) *8W* (P-F) 

Credit according to vi^ork accomplished. Enrollment is limited 

to students enrolled in the honors program in phvsics. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR ' Staff 

PHYS 498A 

PHYS 499A 

Special Problems in Physics-Individual Problems (Cr Arr) *8W* 

(Credit according to work accomplished) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHYS 499B 

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Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



PHYS 499C 

PHYS 602 

Statistical Physics (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 



N8W=' 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Z 140 



PHYS 621 

Graduate Laboratory (03) *8W* 

0101 /TUTH 8-2 Z 349 

PHYS 700 Level Seminars *8W* 

To Be Announced 

PHYS 798 

Special Problems in Advanced Physics (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Credit according to work accomplished) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PHYS 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PHYS 800 Level Special Topics *8W* 
To Be Announced 

PHYS 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



PSYCHOLOGY 



PSYC 100 






Introduction to Psychology (03) *8W* 






0101 MTUTHF 8 


ZP 105 


Waldrop 


0201 MTUTHF 11 


ZP 111 


Staff 



PSYC 200 

Statistical Methods in Psychology (03) *8W* 
(Prerequisite-PSYC 100 and MATH 110 or equivalent) 
0101 MTUTHF 11 ZP 105 



PSYC 221 

Social Psychology (03) *8W* 
(Prerequisite-PSYC 100) 
0101 MTUTHF 9:30 



PSYC 333 

Child Psychology (03) *8W* 
(Prerequisite-PSYC 100) 
0101 MTUTHF 9:30 

PSYC 335 

Personality and Adjustment (03) 
(Prerequisite-PSYC 100) 
0101 MTUTHF 9:30 



i=8W* 



ZP 105 



ZP 109 



ZP 115 



PSYC 361 

Survey of Industrial Psychology (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 100. May not be taken concurrently 

with or following PSYC 461.) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 ZP 125 



Holmgren 



Staff 



Specter 



Osterhouse 



Dachler 



82 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



PSYC 431 

Abnormal Psychology (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 200 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 ZP 218 

PSYC 433 

Advanced Topics in Child Psychology (03) (P-F) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 200 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 ZP 125 

PSYC 435 

Personality (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 200 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 ZP 115 

PSYC 441 

Psychology of Human Learning (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 200 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 2 ZP 115 

PSYC 451 

Principles of Psychological Testing (04) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 200 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 ZP 261 

PSYC 452 

Psychology of Individual Differences (03) *8W* 
(Prerequisite-PSYC 451 and permission of instructor) 
0101 MTUTHF 11 ZP 103 

PSYC 453 

Mathematical Psychology (03) (P-F) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 200 or equivalent) 

0101 TUTH 11/ARRANGED ZP 125 ARR 

PSYC 478 

Independent Study in Psychology (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

Prerequisite— Advanced standing and written consent of 

individual faculty supervisor. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PSYC 479S 

Special Research Problems in Psychology-Minor Problems 

(1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

Prerequisite— Advanced Standing and written consent of 

individual faculty supervisor. 

0101 THF 2 ZP 109 

PSYC 489 

Senior Seminar (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-senior standing and consent of instructor) 

0101 MTUW 2 ZP 109 

PSYC 499H 

Honors Thesis Research (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PSYC 611 

Advanced Developmental Psychology (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

PSYC 612 

Theories of Personality (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 



Dies 



Scholnick 



Smith 



Holmgren 



Carroll 



Waldrop 



Carroll 



Staff 



Schneider 



Schneider 



Staff 



Scholnick 



Smith 



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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Insti 

PSYC 729 

Modification of Human Behavioral-Laboratory and 

Practicum (03) *8W* 

(Permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Specter 

PSYC 738 

Seminar in Industrial Psychology (03) *8W* 

(Permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Dachler 

PSYC 788 

Special Research Problems (1-4 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Requires graduate standing and consent of faculty supervisor) 

(Prerequisite— permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PSYC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PSYC 802 

Seminar in Community Mental Health (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Dies 

PSYC 808 

Practicum in Community Mental Health Consultation (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Claiborn 

0201 ARRANGED ARR Osterhouse 

PSYC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— permission of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RADIO AND TELEVISION 

RATV 124 

Mass Communication in 20th Century Society (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 LL 002 Staff 

RATV 302 

Radio Production (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 122 Kirkley 

RATV 340 

Principles of Television Production (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 04 Du Monceau 

RATV 355 

Film Production (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— consent of instructor) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 NN 122 Weiss, G. 

RATV 411 

Seminar (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RATV 699 

Independent Study (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RATV 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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CoUfM 

Cod* 
RUSSIAN 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



RUSS 111 

Elementary Russian (03) *4W* 

June 21-July 14. Register for RUSS 111 and/or 112 on June 19-20 

as separate courses. This course meets three times daily. 

Students enrolled in RUSS 111 and/or 112 may not take any 

other course in the summer session. Lectures 9 and 10:15— 

drill at 8. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-11:15 LL 357 

RUSS 112 

Elementary Russian (03) *4W* 

July 17-August 11. Register for RUSS 112 and/or 111 on June 

19-20 as separate courses. This course meets three times 

daily. Students enrolled in RUSS 112 and/or 111 may not take 

any other course in the summer session. Lectures 9 and 10:15— 

drill at 8. 



Berry 



0101 MTUWTHF 8-11:15 



LL 357 



Hitchcock 



SOCIOLOGY 



(See also Urban Studies) 



SOCY 100 

Introduction to Sociology (03) *8W* 

(SOCY 100, or its equivalent, is required for all other courses) 

0101 MTUTHF8 RR 002 

0201 MTUTHF2 RR 



SOCY 201 

Introductory Statistics for Sociology (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 RR 

SOCY 210 

Social Problems (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 



002 



016 



AR 006 



RR 116 



ZP 117 



SOCY 220 

Criminology (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 2 

SOCY 400 

Sociological Theory (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 

"^OCY 402 

Introduction to Research Methods in Sociology (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 RR 023 

SOCY 424 

Sociology of Race Relations (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 R 205 

SOCY 427 

Deviant Behavior (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 ZP 218 

SOCY 430 

Sociology of Personality (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 A 161 

SOCY 443 

Family and Society (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 2 RR 023 



Hunt 
Braungart 



Hornung 



Pease 



Debro 



Braungart 



Harper 



Pease 



Janes 



Hunt 



Harper 



85 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

SOCY 450 

Juvenile Delinquency (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 A 161 Debro 

SOCY 470 

Rural-Urban Relations (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 A 164 Hirzel 

SOCY 473 

The City (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 PR 024 Hirzel 

SOCY 699 

Special Social Problems (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SOCY 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SOCY 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SPANISH 

SPAN 101 

Elementary Spanish (04) *4W* (P-F) 

June 21-July 14. Register for SPAN 101 and/or 102 on JUNE 

19-20 as separate courses. This course meets MTUWTH 9-12 

plus two optional laboratory hours: MW 12 or TUTH 12. 

Students enrolled in SPAN 101 and/or 102 may not take any 

other course in the summer session. 

0101 MTUWTH 9-12 LL 105 Oyoia 

0201 MTUWTH 9-12 LL 156 Garcia 

SPAN 102 

Elementary Spanish (04) *4W* (P-F) 

July 17-August 11. Register for SPAN 102 and/or 101 on June 

19-20 as separate courses. This course meets MTUWTH 9-12 

plus two optional laboratory hours: MW 12 or TUTH 12. 

Students enrolled in SPAN 102 and/or 101 may not take any 

other course in the summer session. 

0101 MTUWTH 9-12 LL 105 Oyola 

0201 MTUWTH 9-12 LL 156 Garcia 

SPAN 104 

Intermediate Spanish (04) *8W* 

Open to students who have completed SPAN 102 or 114, or 

their equivalents. 

0101 MTUWTH 10-12 LL 157 Staff 

0201 MTUWTH 10-12 LL 159 Staff 

SPAN 311 

Advanced Conversation (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTH 11 LL 053 DIz 

SPAN 401 

Advanced Composition (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTH 9:30 LL 254 Gramberg 

SPAN 460 

The Generation of 1898 and its Successors (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTH 11 LL 254 Gramberg 

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Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/L«b/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



SPAN 488 

Spanish-American Fiction (03) 

0101 MTUWTH 9:30 



*8W^ 



LL 054 



SPAN 609 

Medieval Spanish Literature-Celestlne (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 12:30-2:30 LL 151 

SPAN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

SPAN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Sosnowski 



Mendeloff 



Staff 



Staff 



SPEECH 

SPCH 100 

Public Speaking (03) *8W* 
(Prerequisites for advanced SPCH courses) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 NN 

0201 MTUTHF 8 NN 

0301 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 

0401 MTUTHF 9:30 LL 

0501 MTUTHF 11 LL 

0601 MTUTHF 11 NN 

SPCH 125 

Introduction to Interpersonal Communication (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 LL 201 



102 


Wolvin 


22A 


Buenger 


102 


Wolvin 


106 


Jamieson 


104 


Cohen 


22B 


Starcher 



SPCH 220 

Group Discussion (03) *8W'' 

0101 MTUTHF 8 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 



SPCH 240 

Oral Interpretation (03) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 



i=8W=' 



NN 22B 
LL 004 



NN 22A 



SPCH 350 

Fundamentals of Speech Communication (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 NN 102 

SPCH 498 

Seminar (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisites— senior standing and consent of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

SPCH 798 

Independent Study (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-consent of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

SPCH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

SPCH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Rebach 



Abrams 
Harris 



Lea 



Linkow 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



87 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room Bldg/Room Instr 

SPEECH AND HEARING 

SPHR 202 

Fundamentals of General American Speech (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 22A Hard 

SPHR 302 

Speech-Handicapped School Children (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 NN 22A Hard 

SPHR 304 

Speech and Language Development of Children (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 NN 004 Bankson 

SPHR 306 

Phonetics (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 NN 013 Baker 

SPHR 408 

Clinical Practice (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SPHR 414 

Seminar (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SPHR 604 

Experimental Phonetics (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 NN 013 Baker 

SPHR 606 

Clinical Audiometry (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 004 Doudna 

SPHR 612 

Stuttering (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 NN 004 Canetta 

SPHR 614 

Cleft Palate (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 NN 22B Canetta 

SPHR 616 

Delayed Speech (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 NN 004 Bankson 

SPHR 638 

Minor Research Problems (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SPHR 648 

Advanced Clinical Practice— Speech Therapy (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisites-12 hours of Speech Pathology and Audlology) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Boss 

SPHR 649 

Advanced Clinical Practice-Audiology (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisites-12 hours of Audlology and Pathology) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Doudna 

SPHR 708 

Independent Study in Speech and Hearing Science 

(1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-30 hours of graduate study in SPHR Science) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SPHR 728 

Advanced Clinical Practice (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Ciaranello 



Coursa Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Coda Code Meeting Times Bldg/Room Bidg/Room Instr 

SPHR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

SPHR 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

STATISTICS AND PROBABILITY 

STAT 400 

Applied Probability and Statistics I (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-MATH 221 or concurrent enrollment in MATH 

240) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Y 020 Staff 

STAT 698A 

Selected Topics in Probability (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

STAT 798A 

Selected Topics in Statistics (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

URBAN STUDIES 

URBS 210 

Survey of the Field of Urban Studies (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

URBS 350 

Introduction to Urban Field Study (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

URBS 601 

Fields and Problems of Urban Studies (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

URBS 680 

Theory of Urban Systems (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOLOGY 

ZOOL 101 

General Zoology (04) *8W* (P-F) 

Zool 101 and 102 satisfy the freshman premedical requirement 

in General Biology 

0101 MTUTHF 8/TUTH 9:30-11 :30 

01 02 MTUTH F 8/TUTH 9 :30-1 1 :30 

0103 MTUTHF 8/TUTH 1-3 

0104 MTUTHF 8/TUTH 1-3 

ZOOL 102 

The Animal Phyla (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-ZOOL 101 or BOTN 100) 

0101 MTUTHF 10-11/MTUTHF 8-10 

0102 MTUTHF 10-11/MTUTHF 12-2 



ZP 


111 


ZP 


021 


Kaufman, 
Staff 


ZP 


111 


ZP 


023 


Kaufman, 
Staff 


ZP 


111 


ZP 


021 


Kaufman, 
Staff 


ZP 


111 


ZP 


023 


Kaufman, 
Staff 


ZP 


117 


ZP 


025 


Staff 


ZP 


117 


ZP 


025 


Staff 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

ZOOL 207S 

Development of the Human Body (02) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MWF 8 ZP 117 Moore 

ZOOL 246 

Genetics (04) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— one course in Zoology or Botany) 

0101 MTUTHF11/TUTH8-10 ZP 117 ZP 020 Imberski, 

Staff 

0102 MTUTHF11/TUTH1-3 ZP 117 ZP 020 Imberski, 

Staff 

ZOOL 309H 

Honors independent Study (1-4 Var Or) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-participation in honors program) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOL 318H 

Honors Research (1-2 Var Or) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-participation In honors program) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOL 319 

Special Problems in Zoology (1-2 Var Or) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisites— major in Zoology or Biological sciences, a 

minimum of 3.0 cumulative average in the Biological sciences 

and consent of instructor. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOL 319A 

Special Problems in Zoology (01) *8W* (P-F) 

(Concurrent registration in ZOOL 470 is required) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOL 422 

Vertebrate Physiology (04) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— one year in Zoology and one semester of 

Organic Chemistry. 

0101 MTUTHF 11/TUTH 1-4 ZP 119 ZP 201 Grollman 

ZOOL 468S 

Fisheries Biology and Management (05) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— one year of Zoology and permission of instructor. 

Taught at Chesapeake Biology Laboratory. 

Address inquiries to Director— Chesapeake Biology Laboratory, 

Box 38, Solomons, Maryland. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Andersen 

ZOOL 470 

Animal Ecology (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— one year in Zoology. 

Concurrent registration in ZOOL 319A or ZOOL 609L required. 

0101 MTUTHF 8/MW 1-4 ZP 103 ZP 022 Staff 

ZOOL 480 

Hydrobiology (04) *8W* (P-F) 

Enrollment limited to participants in the NSF Institute for 

High School Teachers 

0101 MTUTH 9/MTUTH 10-1 ZP 239 ZP 239 Rees 

ZOOL 609 

Special Problems in Zoology (Or Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

ZOOL 609L 

Special Problems in Zoology-Ecology (01) *8W* 

(Concurrent registration ZOOL 470 required) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOL 799 

Master's Tliesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ZOOL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



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COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND 
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

BSAD 000 

Workshop-Managerial Mathematics (00) 

(Billed for 3 credit hours) 

June 19-August 1 

For further information see page 37. 

0101 MTUTHF 1-2 Q 132 Lamone 

BSAD 110 

Business Enterprise (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 133 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 11 Q 133 Staff 

BSAD 220 

Principles of Accounting (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— sophomore standing) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 027 Staff 

0201 MW 7-9:30 PM Q 123 Staff 

0301 MTUTHF 8 A 258 Staff 

BSAD 221 

Principles of Accounting (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— sophomore standing) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 104 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 122 Staff 

BSAD 230 

Business Statistics I (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— junior standing) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 103 . Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 103 Staff 

0301 MTUTHF 11 Q 103 Staff 

0401 MTUTHF 8 Q 131 Staff 

0501 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 131 Staff 

0601 MTUTHF 11 Q 131 Staff 

BSAD 310 

Intermediate Accounting (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 221) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 133 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 7 PM Q 104 Staff 

BSAD 311 

Intermediate Accounting (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 221) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 027 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 8:30 PM Q 104 Staff 

BSAD 321 

Cost Accounting (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 221) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 123 Staff 

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Coda 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



BSAD 323 

Income Tax Accounting (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 221) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 368 

BSAD 332 

Operations Research I (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— BSAD 230 or consent of instructor) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 104 

BSAD 340 

Business Finance (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 122 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 129 

BSAD 350 

Marl<eting Principles and Organization (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 123 

0201 MTUTHF 11 Q 368 

BSAD 351 

Marketing Management (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 369 

BSAD 352 

Advertising (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— BSAD 350 or consent of instructor) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 123 

BSAD 360 

Personnel Management (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 104 

0201 MTUTHF 11 Q 104 

BSAD 362 

Labor Relations (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 130 

BSAD 364 

Management and Organization Theory (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 028 

0201 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 130 

0301 MW 7-9:40 PM Q 129 

BSAD 370 

Principles of Transportation (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 



BSAD 380 

Business Law (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUTHF 8 
0201 MTUTHF 9:30 

BSAD 381 

Business Law (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 

BSAD 422 

Auditing Theory and Practice (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 311) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 

BSAD 424 

Advanced Accounting (03) *8W* 
(Prerequisite-BSAD 311) 
0101 MTUTHF 11 



Q 129 



Q 368 
Q 309 



Q 129 



Q 123 



Q 122 



Instr 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 
Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



Q 


027 


Q 


504 


Q 


028 


G 


109A 


Q 


228 


Q 


028 


G 


109A 


8W* 




Q 


129 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

BSAD 460 

Personnel Management-Analysis and Problems (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 360) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 130 Staff 

BSAD 482 

Business and Government (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 027 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 8 Q 504 Staff 

BSAD 495 

Business Policies (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— senior standing) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 028 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 G 109A Staff 

0301 MTUTHF 8 Q 228 Staff 

0401 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 028 Staff 

0501 MTUTHF 11 G 109A Staff 

BSAD 735 

Application, of Management Science (03) 

0101 TUTH 12:30-3 Q 129 Staff 

BSAD 737 

Management Simulation (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-BSAD 734 or consent of instructor) 

0101 MW 12:30-3 Q 028 Staff 

BSAD 740 

Financial Administration (03) *8W* 

0101 MW 3-5:30 Q 19A Staff 

BSAD 751 

Marketing Communications Management (03) *8W* 

0101 MW 6:45-9:15 Q 368 Staff 

BSAD 764 

Behavorial Factors in Management (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 12:30-3 Q 504 Staff 

BSAD 774 

Private Enterprise and Public Policy (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 3-5:30 Q 129 Staff 

BSAD 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED APR Staff 

BSAD 828 

Independent Study in Business Administration (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

BSAD 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ECONOMICS 

ECON 110 

Economic Developments (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 A 258 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 11 A 258 Staff 

ECON 201 

Principles of Economics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— sophomore standing) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 LL 255 Staff 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 LL 255 Staff 

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Lee Lab 


Code Code Meeting Times 


Bidg/Room BIdg/Room 


ECON 203 




Principles of Economics (03) *8W* (P-F) 




(Prerequisite-ECON 201) 




0101 MTUTHF9:30 


M 301 


0201 IVITUTHF9:30 


M 105 


0301 MTUTHF11 


LL 255 



Instr 



Staff 
Staff 
Staff 

ECON 205 

Fundamentals of Economics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

Prerequisite— sophomore standing. Not open to students who 

have credit in ECON 201 and 203. Not open to BPA students 

or to freshmen. 

0201 MTUTHF9:30 Q 107 Staff 

0301 MTUTHF 11 Q 19A Staff 

ECON 401 

National Income Analysis (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— ECON 203. Required for Economics majors) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 G 109B Staff 

ECON 403 

Intermediate Price Theory (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite— ECON 203. Required for Economics majors) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 G 309 Staff 

ECON 430 

Money and Banking (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-ECON 203) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 107 Staff 

ECON 440 

international Economics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-ECON 203) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 107 Staff 

ECON 460 

Industrial Organization (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-ECON 203) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 132 Staff 

ECON 470 

Labor Economics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-ECON 203) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 132 Staff 

ECON 475 

Economics of Poverty and Discrimination (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisites-ECON 203 or 205) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50 Q 210 Staff 

ECON 480 

Comparative Economic Systems (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-ECON 203) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 107 Staff 

ECON 490 

Survey of Urban Economic Problems and Policies (03) 

*8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisites-ECON 201, 203 or ECON 205.) 

0101 MTUTHF 11-12:20 G 205 Staff 

ECON 698 

Selected Topics in Economics (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED APR Staff 

ECON 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

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BIdg/Room Bldg/Room 



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ECON 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GEOGRAPHY 

GEOG 100 

Introduction to Geography (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 228 Rosenthal 

GEOG 201 

Introductory Physical Geography (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 210 Roswell 

GEOG 202 

Introductory Cultural Geography (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 210 Chaves 

GEOG 203 

Introductory Economic Geography (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 228 Rosenthal 

GEOG 300 

Introduction to Geographic Research and Writing (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTH 12:30-2:30 Q 229 Groves 

GEOG 380 

Local Field Course (03) *2W* 

(June 5-17) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Brodsky 

GEOG 385 

Scientific Methodology and History of Geography 

(03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MW 7-9:50 PM Q 211 Hu 

GEOG 422 

Cultural Geography of China and Japan (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 211 Hu 

GEOG 440 

Geomorphology (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 211 Roswell 

GEOG 455 

Urban Geography (03) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 211 Groves 

GEOG 499 

Undergraduate Research (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GEOG 788 

Selected Topics in Geography (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GEOG 789 

Selected Topics in Geography (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GEOG 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GEOG 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



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Code 



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Instr 

GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 

GVPT 100 

Principles of Government and Politics (03) *8W* 

01 MTUTHF 8 Q 019A Staff 

GVPT 170 

American Government (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 M 105 Strouse 

0201 MTH 7-9:45 PM Q 213 Devine 

GVPT 220 

Introduction to Political Behavior (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-GVPT 170) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 19A Chaples 

GVPT 399 

Seminar in Government and Politics (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 12:30-3 Q 19A Werlin 

GVPT 401 

Problems in World Politics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-GVPT 170) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 213 Kapungu 

GVPT 410 

Principles of Public Administration (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-GVPT 170) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 Q 213 Ingles 

GVPT 442 

History of Political Theory-Modern and Recent (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-GVPT 170) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 M 301 de Tarrowsl<y 

GVPT 453 

Recent Far Eastern Politics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MW 7-9:45 PM R 107 Hsueh 

GVPT 457 

American Foreign Relations (03) *8W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 213 Barber 

GVPT 475 

The Presidency and the Executive Branch (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-GVPT 170) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 213 King 

GVPT 486 

Comparative Studies in European Politics (03) *8W* (P-F) 

(Prerequisite-GVPT 170) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 Q 122 Oliver 

GVPT 780 

Seminar in the Comparative Study of Politics (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 12:30-3 Q 369 Heisler 

GVPT 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

GVPT 802 

Seminar in International Law (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 12:30-3 Q 19A Harrison 

GVPT 808 

Functional Problems in International Relations-Selected Topics 

(03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 7-9:45 PM Q 504 Wilkenfeld 



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Meeting Times 



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BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



GVPT 818 

Problems of Public Administration (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 7-9:45 PM Q 369 

GVPT 841 

Great Political Thinkers (03) *8W* 

0101 TUF 3-5:30 Q 369 

GVPT 857 

Seminar in American Foreign Relations (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 12:30-3 Q 369 

GVPT 869 

Seminar in Urban Administration (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 3-5:30 Q 369 

GVPT 870 

Seminar in American Political Institutions (03) *8W* 

0101 MTH 12:30-3 Q 504 

GVPT 898 

Readings in Government and Politics (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

GVPT 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT 

IFSM 401 

Electronic Data Processing (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite— junior standing and MATH 111) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 Q 006 

IFSM 402 

Electronic Data Processing Applications (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-IFSM 401) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Q 006 

JOURNALISM 

JOUR 200 

Introduction to Journalism (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite to other courses in department) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 MM B26 

JOUR 201 

Writing for the Mass Media (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisites-JOUR 200, C average 

ability) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 G 304 

JOUR 310 

News Editing (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-JOUR 201) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 G 305 

JOUR 320 

News Reporting (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-JOUR 201 and typing ability) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 G 304 

JOUR 330 

Public Relations (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-JOUR 201) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 G 204 



Instr 

Dillon 

Lyons 

Plischke 

Glendening 

Conway 
Staff 

Staff 



Testa 



Testa 



in English, and typing 



Petrick 



Lee 



Crowe 1 1 



Brown 



Grunig 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

JOUR 331 

Principles of Publicity (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-JOUR 330) 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 G 304 Staff 

JOUR 350 

News Photography (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-JOUR 201) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-11 G 208 Geraci 

JOUR 371 

Magazine Article and Feature Writing (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-JOUR 201) 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 G 204 Flippen 

JOUR 410 

History of Mass Communication (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisites-JOUR 200, 201) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 G 205 Bryan 

JOUR 496 

Problems in Journalism (1-2 Var Or) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Hiebert 

JOUR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (3-6 Var Or) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Hiebert 

JOUR 810 

Special Problems in Communication (03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Martin 



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COMPUTER SCIENCE 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

COMPUTER SCIENCES 

CMSC 110 

Elementary Algorithmic Analysis (03) *8W* 

0101 MWF 11/TUTH 11 MM 304 MM 304 Staff 

CMSC 210 

Language and Structure of Computers (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-CMSC 110 or equivalent) 

0101 MWF 9:30/TUTH 9:30 MM 304 MM 304 Staff 

CMSC 340 

Introduction to Discrete Structures (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-CMSC 110 or equivalent. Cross listed with ENEE 

450) 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 MM 304 Staff 

CMSC 410 

Computer Organization (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-CMSC 210 or equivalent) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 MM 204 Staff 

CMSC 420 

Data and Storage Structures (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 12:30 MM 204 Staff 

CMSC 440 

Structure of Programming Languages (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 MM 204 Staff 

CMSC 450 

Elementary Logic and Algorithms (03) *8W* 

(Cross listed with MATH 444) 

0101 MTUTHF 11 Y 042 Staff 

CMSC 498A 

Special Problems in Computer Science (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CMSC 600 

Programming Systems (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 MM 241 Staff 

CMSC 700 

Translation of Programming Languages (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 MM 241 Staff 

CMSC 798 

Graduate Seminar in Computer Science (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CMSC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CMSC 818 

Advanced Topics in Computer Systems (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

CMSC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

100 



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Code 



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Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



EDUCATION, ADMINISTRATION, SUPERVISION 
AND CURRICULUM 

EDAD 499A 

Workshops-Human Relations in Educational Administration (06) 

June 21-July 28 

For further information see page 38. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-3 ARR Newell 

EDAD 602 

The Junior College (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 

EDAD 603 

Problems in Higher Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 2-3:30 

EDAD 605 

Administrative Foundations (03) *6W* 

0101 TUTH 3:30-6:15 

0201 TUTH 3:30-6:15 

EDAD 606 

Administrative Behavior and Organizational Management 

(03) *6W* 

0101 TUTH 6:15-9 PM 00 222 Dudley 

EDAD 611 

Organization and Administration of Secondary Schools (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-11 RR 022 Anderson, J. P. 

EDAD 612 

School Finance and Business Administration (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 2-3:30 LL 055 Mc Loone 

EDAD 616 

Public School Supervision (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-12:30 00 222 Anderson, J. P. 

EDAD 617 

Administration and Supervision in the Elementary School 

(03) *6W* 



LL 


053 


Kelsey 


LL 


053 


Kelsey 


00 


126 


Mc Loone 


00 


127 


Goldman 



00 225 



00 222 



00 301 
00 030 



0101 TUTH 3:30-6:15 

EDAD 625 

School Public Relations (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-9:30 

EDAD 634 

The School Curriculum (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-11 

0201 MTUWTHF 8-9:30 

EDAD 635 

Principles of Curriculum Development (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 321 

EDAD 679 

Seminar in Educational Administration and Supervision 

(03) *6W* 

0101 TUTH 1-3:30 T 10fl 

EDAD 727 

Public School Personnel Administration (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-11 ARR 



Dudley 
Van Zwoll 



Bennett, R. V. 
Staff 



Bennett 



Goldman 



Van Zwoll 



101 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



EDAD 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

(Consent of advisor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDAD 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDAD 803 

Organization and Administration of Higher Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-1250 00 028 

EDAD 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 



Staff 



Staff 



Wiggin 



Staff 



EDUCATION, COUNSELING AND PERSONNEL SERVICES 



EDCP 410 

Introduction to Counseling and Personnel Services (03) *6W 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 TH 111 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 030 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 00 030 

EDCP 411 

Mental Hygiene (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 301 

0201 MTUWTHF 12:30 OO 307 

EDCP 460 

introduction to Rehabilitation Counseling (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 307 

EDCP 470 

Introduction to Student Personnel (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 307 

EDCP 489 

Field Experience in Counseling and Personnel Services 

(1-4 Var Cr) *6W* 

(See EDUC 489A for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDCP 498 

Special Problems in Counseling and Personnel Services 

(1-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

(See EDUC 498 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDCP 499A 

Workshop— Group Counseling (03) *6W* 

0101 TU 12-3/W 11-1/TH 9:30-12:30 LL 056 LL 056 

EDCP 611 

Occupational Choice Theory and Information (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 R 206 

0201 MTUWTHF 8 00 307 

EDCP 614 

Personality Theories in Counseling and Personnel Services 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 R 104 

EDCP 615 

Cases in Appraisal (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 R 106 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 TH 111 



Staff 

Tetrault 

Spiehbichler 



Spielbichler 
Perry 



Haugen 



Martin 



Staff 



Staff 



LL 065 
Kafka 



Byrne 
Rhoads 



Haugen 



Shore 
Griffeth 



102 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EDCP 616 

Counseling-Theoretical Foundations and Practice (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 RR 007 Griffeth 

EDCP 619 

Practicum in Counseling (02) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 AA 014 Tetrault 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 LL 104 Kafka 

0301 MTUWTHF 8 AA 016 Collins 

0401 MTUWTHF 9:30 LL 101 Gump 

0501 MTUWTHF 9:30 LL 102 Staff 

0601 MTUWTHF 9:30 LL 103 Rhoads 

EDCP 645 

Counseling in the Elementary Schools (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 301 Collins 

EDCP 656 

Counseling and Personnel Services Seminar (02) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 GG 001 Byrne 

EDCP 771 

The College Student (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 R 206 Martin 

EDCP 777 

Modification of Human Behavior Laboratory and Practicum 
(03) *8W* 

(Admission by permission of instructor only) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 N 123 Alien, 

Carlson 
EDCP 798 

Special Problems in Counseling and Personnel Services 
(1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 
(See EDUC 798 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDCP 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDCP 888 

Apprenticeship in Counseling and Personnel Services 
(1-9 Var Cr) *6W* 
(See EDUC 888A for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDCP 889 

Internship in Counseling and Personnel Services 
(3-16 Var Cr) *6W* 
(See EDUC 889A for description) 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDCP 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDUCATION, EARLY CHILDHOOD-ELEMENTARY 

EDEL 303 

Activities and Materials in Early Childhood Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 105 Seefeldt 

EDEL 401 

Science in Early Childhood Education (03) *6W* 

0103 MTUWTHF 8 00 210 Williams 

103 



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Code 



Section 
Code 



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Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



EDEL 402 

Science in the Elementary School (03) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 

0201 MTUWTHF 12:30 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 



^6W* 



00 024 
00 024 
00 024 



EDEL 405 

Language Arts in Elementary School (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 GG 



309 



EDEL 406 

Social Studies in Early Childhood Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 225 

EDEL 407 

Social Studies in the Elementary School (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 11 GG 309 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 GG 010 

EDEL 410 

The Child and the Curriculum-Early Childhood (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 105 

EDEL 412 

Art in the Elementary School (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 NN 328 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 NN 328 

EDEL 413 

Mathematics in Early Childhood Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 AA 012 

EDEL 414 

Mathematics in the Elementary School (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 222 

0201 MTUWTHF 2 00 222 

EDEL 425 

The Teaching of Reading-Early Childhood (03) 



Instr 



Butler 

Butler 

Dietz 



O'Donnell 



Gantt 



O'Neill, L W. 
Herman 



Church 



6W* 
010 



Longley 
Longley 



Yaw key 



Wilson, J. 
Wilson. J. 



Goff 



0101 MTUWTHF 2 GG 

EDEL 426 

The Teaching of Reading— Elementary (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 AA 014 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 00 127 

EDEL 430 

Corrective-Remedial Reading Instruction (03) *6W* 

0101 MWF 7-9:45 PM 00 127 

0201 MTUWTHF 2 GG 001 

EDEL 431 

Laboratory Practices in Reading (03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDEL 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

Prerequisite— Consent of instructor. Course cards must have the 

Title of the problem and the name of the instructor who 

approved it. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDEL 600 

Seminar in Elementary Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 AA 016 O'Neill, L. 

EDEL 601 

Problems in Teaching Science in Elementary Schools (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 210 Williams 



Duffey 
Duffey 



Davey 
Gambrell 



Wilson, R. 



Staff 



W. 



104 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



EDEL 605 

Problems of Teaching Language Arts in Elementary Schools 
(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 127 O'Donneli 

EDEL 607 

Problems of Teaching Social Studies in Elementary School 
(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 225 Herman 

0201 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 225 Gantt 

EDEL 615 

Diagnosis and Remediation of Arithmetic Disabilities (03) *6W* 
(Prerequisite-EDEL 313 or 314 and EDUC 410 or 446 or 
equivalent) 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 227 Asblock 

EDEL 630 

Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Disabilities (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 2 00 127 Wilson 

EDEL 631 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences in Reading Instruction (03) 
*6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Sullivan 

EDEL 632 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences in Reading Instruction (03) 
*6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Sullivan 

0201 ARRANGED ARR Brigham 

EDEL 640 

Curriculum Planning in Nursery-Kindergarten Education (03) 
*6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 105 Church 

EDEL 641 

The Young Child in the Community (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 GG 010 Seefeldt 

EDEL 642 

The Young Child in School (03) *6W* 

0101 MWF 7-9:30 PM 00 220 Yawkey 

EDEL 644 

Intellectual and Creative Experiences of the Nursery- 
Kindergarten Child (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 125 Goff 

EDEL 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 
Prerequisite— consent of instructor. Course cards must have the 
title of the problem and the name of the instructor who 
approved it. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDEL 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDEL 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *6W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



EDUCATION, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

EDHD 312 

Scientific Concepts in Human Development I (03) 

(Meets June 19-July 7) 



^3W* 



105 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



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 313 

Laboratory in Behavior Analysis I 

and Youth (03) 

July 10-28 

For further information see page 38. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-4 

EDHD 314 

Scientific Concepts in Human Development 

(All sections meet July 10-July 28) 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 

0201 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 

0301 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 

0401 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 

EDHD 411 

Child Growth and Development (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 

EDHD 413 

Adolescent Development (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 

EDHD 445 

Guidance of Young Children (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 

EDHD 460 

Educational Psychology (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 

EDHD 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) 



Lee Lab 

Bldg/Room BIdg/Room 

00 036 

R 104 

R 107 

00 126 

00 114 



The Direct Study of Children 



00 303 



Instr 

Bennett 

Green 

Hunt 

Bowie 

Kurtz 



Flatter 



(03) *3W* 



00 


036 


Dittmann 


R 


104 


Hatfield 


R 


107 


Rogolsky 


00 


126 


Bowie 



00 126 



Poultney 



00 

F 


114 
111 


Davidson 
Tyler 


F 
00 


111 
036 


Poultney 
Dittmann 


00 
00 


125 
114 


Bennetl 
Salkind 



^6W* 



0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDHD 499C 

Workshop-Application of Human Development Principles (02) 

July 31-August 11 

For further information see page 39. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-12 ARR 

EDHD 499K 

Workshops— Application of Human Development Principles (02) 

June 5-16 

For further information see page 39. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-12 ARR 

EDHD 600 

Introduction to Human Development and Child Study 

(03) *6W* or *8W* 

Sections 0101, 0201, 0301 meet June 21-July 28 

Section 0401, 0501 meet June 21-August 11 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 

0401 TUTH 7 PM 

0501 TUTH 7 PM 



Staff 



Flatter 



Flatter 



RR 


020 


Matteson 


LL 


202 


Kyle 


LL 


002 


Flatter 


00 


127 


Perkins 


ARR 




Kyle 



106 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 



Chapin 
Chapin 



R 107 


Ansello 


F 117 


Rogolsky 


00 126 


Matteson 



Green 



EDHD 601 

Biological Bases of Behavior (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 R 110 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 00 114 

EDHD 602 

Social Bases of Behavior (03) *6W* or *8W* 

Sections 0101 and 0201 meet June 21-July 28 

Section 0301 meets June 21- August 11 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 

0301 TUTH 7 PM 

EDHD 603 

Integrative Bases of Behavior (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 R 107 

EDHD 612 

Advanced Scientific Concepts in Human Development I (03) 

*3W* 

(Meets June 19-July 7) 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 00 

0201 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 R 

0301 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 R 

0401 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 00 

0501 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 00 

EDHD 613 

Advanced Laboratory in Behavior Analysis I— The Direct Study of 

Children and Youth (03) 

July 10-28 

For further information see page 38. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-4 00 303 Flatter 

EDHD 614 

Advanced Scientific Concepts in Human Development (II (03) 

*3W* 

(All sections meet July 10-July 28) 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 00 036 Dittmann 

0201 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 R 104 Hatfield 

0301 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 R 107 Rogolsky 

0401 MTUWTHF 12:30-3 00 126 Bowie 

EDHD 710 

Affectional Relationships and Processes in Human Development 

(03) *6W* 



036 


Bennett 


104 


Green 


107 


Hunt 


126 


Bowie 


114 


Kurtz 



0101 MTUWTHF 8 



F 117 



Davidson 



EDHD 711 

Peer Culture and Group Processes in Human Development 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 028 

EDHD 721 

Learning Theory and the Educative Process I (03) *6W* or *8VV* 

Sections 0101, 0201, 0301, 0401 meet June 21-JuIy 28 

Section 0501, 0601 meet June 21-August 11 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 F 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 F 

0401 MTUWTHF 11 F 

0501 TUTH 7 PM 00 

0601 TUTH 7 PM 00 



Tyler 



114 


Eliot 


303 


Perkins 


117 


Ansello 


111 


Hardy 


301 


Hardy 


225 


Huebner 



107 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EDHD 722 

Learning Theory and the Educative Process II (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 J 170 Eliot 

EDHD 779 

Seminar in Special Topics in Human Development (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 126 Huebner 

EDHD 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 
(See EDUC 798 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDHD 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDHD 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDUCATION, INDUSTRIAL 
EDIN 102 

Woodworking I (03) *8W* 

0101 /MTUWTHF 11/ P 210 White 

EDIN 112 

Shop Calculations (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 P 303 Stough 

EDIN 121 

Mechanical Drawing (02) *8W* 

0101 /MTUWTHF 9:30/ P 205 Yeager 

EDIN 122 

Woodworking I! (03) *8W* 

0101 /MTUWTHF 12:30/ P 210 White 

EDIN 127 

Electricity-Electronics I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 P 206 Staff 

EDIN 133 

Automotives I (03) *8W* 

0101 /MTUWTHF 11/ P 120 Cooksey 

EDIN 184 

Organized and Supervised Work Experience (03) *8W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Gelina, 

Crosby 
EDIN 243 

Automotives II (03) *8W* 

0101 /MTUWTHF 12:30/ Cooksey 

EDIN 262 

Machine Shop Practice I (03) *8W* 

0101 /MTUWTHF 8/ P 107 Yeager 

EDIN 324 

Organized and Supervised Work Experience (03) *8W* 
(Professors-Gelina, Tierney, Yeager) 

01Ql^ >-AflflANGED ARR P 107 Staff 

^EDIN 3^L^ 



Methods of Teaching (03) *8W* 

(Sections 0101 and 0201 T & I Workshop only) 

0101 MTUTHF8 ,P 103 Gettle 

0201 MTUTHF9:30 P 103 Gettle 

EDIN 415 

Research and Experimentation in Industrial Arts (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 P 302 Malay 

108 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



ED IN 450 

Training Aids Development (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 8 P 304 

EDIN 457 

Tests and Measurements (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 8 P 208 

EDIN 462 

Occupational Analysis and Course Construction (03) *8W'' 
(Sections 0101 and 0201 for T & I Workshop only) 
0101 MTUTHF 8 P 302 

0201 MTUTHF 9:30 P 302 

EDIN 464 

Laboratory Organization and Management (03) *8W* 
(Section 0101T and I Workshop only) 
0101 MTUTHF 9:30 P 

0201 MTUTHF 8 P 

EDIN 465 

Modern Industry (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 P 

EDIN 467 

Problems in Occupational Education (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 P 

EDIN 471 

History and Principles of Vocational Education (03) *6W 
0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 P 201A 

EDIN 475 

Recent Technological Developments in Products and Processes 
(03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 P 205 

EDIN 487 

Field Experience in Education (1-4 Var Cr) *8W* 
(See EDUC 489 for description) 
0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDIN 488 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 
(See EDUC 498 for description) 
01 QJ— ARRANGED ARR 

"EDIN^499D 

s hop- Vocational Education (01} 
June "5l-Au 



110 

110 



304 



304 



For further information see page 38. 

0101 ARR ARR 

EDIN 499R 

Workshop-Trade Advancement (03) 

June 21-August 9 

For further information see page 38. 

0101 ARR ARR 

EDIN 607 

Philosophy of Industrial Arts Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 P 201 A 

EDIN 614 

School Shop Planning and Equipment Selection (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 P 201A 

EDIN 642 

Coordination in Work-Experience Programs (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 P 304 



Instr 



Beatty 



Stough 



Anderson 
Beatty 



Anderson 
Crosby 



Harrison 



Staff 



Luetkemeyer 



MIetus 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



MIetus 



Luetkemeyer 



Tierney 



Staff 



109 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec 

Code Code Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



EDIN 650 

Teacher Education in Industrial Arts (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 P 201A 

EDIN 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(See EDUC 798 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDIN 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDIN 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 



Instr 



Harrison 



Staff 



Staff 



Staff 



00 


026 


Hamilton 


AA 


012 


Staff 


R 


106 


Hamilton 


00 


220 


Staff 


R 


106 


Johnson 


00 


026 


Staff 


R 


110 


Staff 


00 


026 


Johnson 



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) *7W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0102 MTUWTHF 8 

0103 MTUWTHF 9:30 

0104 MTUWTHF 9:30 

0105 MTUWTHF 11 

0106 MTUWTHF 11 

0107 MTUWTHF 11 

0108 MTUWTHF 12:30 

EDMS 446A 

Quantitative Research Methods I (03) *7W* 

Content covers material formerly presented in EDUC 146 and 

246. Concurrent registration in EDMS 646A required. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-12:30 R 104 

0102 MTUWTHF 9:30-12:30 TH 117 

EDMS 451 

Introduction to Educational Statistics (03) *7W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 125 

EDMS 489 

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

*7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDMS 498 

Special Problems in Education— Measurement and Statistics 

(1-3 Var Cr) *7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDMS 622 

Theory and Practice of Standardized Testing (03) *7W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 R 204 

EDMS 646 

Quantitative Research Methods II (03) *7W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 R 204 

0102 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 301 



Schafer 
Stunl<ard 



Dayton 



Staff 



Staff 



GIblette 



Rogers 
Rogers 



110 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EDMS 646A 

Quantitative Research Methods II (03) *7W* 

Content covers material formerly presented in EDUC 146 and 

246. Concurrent registration in EDMS 446A required. 

0101 MTU WTHF 9:30-12:30 R 104 Schafer 

0102 MTUWTHF 9:30-12:30 TH 117 Stunkard 
EDMS 651 

Intermediate Statistics in Education (03) *7W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 R 110 Dayton 

EDMS 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDMS 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDMS 888 

Apprenticeship in Measurement and Statistics (1-9 Var Cr) *7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDMS 889 

Internship in Measurement and Statistics (3-16 Var Cr) *7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDMS 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *7W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDUCATION, SECONDARY 

EDSE 330 

Principles and Methods of Secondary Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 RR 021 Staff 

0201 MTUWTHF 11 00 220 Quigley 

0301 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 028 Adkins 

EDSE 402 

Methods and Materials in Teaching Bookkeeping, and Related 

Subjects (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 401 Vignone 

EDSE 403 

Problems in Teaching Office Skills (03) *6W* 

(Taught in conjunction with Typewriting Demonstration 

Laboratory) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 414 O'Neill 

EDSE 415 

Financial and Economic Education (03) *6W'* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-3:30 Y 004 Staff 

EDSE 416 

Financial and Economic Education (03) *6W'^ 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-3:30 T 203 Staff 

EDSE 423C 

Field Experiences— Distributive Education (03) *6W* 

Supervised work 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 ARR Ricci 

EDSE 425 

Curriculum Development in Home Economics (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 GO 312 Brown 

111 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EDSE 426 

Evaluation of Home Economics (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 312 Brown 

EDSE 430 

Corrective-Remedial Reading instruction (03) *6W* 

0101 TUTH 7-9:45 PIVI 00 105 Davey 

0201 IVITUWTKF 12:30 RR 022 Staff 

EDSE 431 

Laboratory Practice in Reading (2-4 Var Or) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDSE 440 

IVlethods of Teaching Englisfi in Secondary Sclnools (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 2 00 030 Quigiey 

EDSE 442 

Teaching the Audio-Linguai Sl<ills in the Foreign Languages 

(03) *6W* 

0101 IVITUWTHF 2 00 028 IVIc Arthur 

EDSE 444 

IVlethods of Teaching IVIathematics in Secondary Schools (03) 

*6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 2 TH 111 Davidson 

EDSE 446 

Methods of Teaching Science in Secondary Schools (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 024 Layman 

EDSE 447 

Methods of Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools (03) 

*6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 225 Adkins 

EDSE 453 

The Teaching of Reading in Secondary School (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 ZP 132 Davey 

EDSE 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Or) *6W* 

(See EDUC 488 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDSE 499B 

Workshop— The Teaching of Disadvantaged Youth (03) 

June 21-July 7 

For further information see page 39. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-3:30 Y 005 Biaiek 

EDSE 499D 

Workshop— Team Teaching (03) 

June 21-July 7 

For further information see page 39. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-3:30 Y 006 Smith, W. 

EDSE 499F 

Workshop— Vocational Business Education (03) 

June 21-July 7 

For further information see page 40. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-3:30 Y 001 Staff 

EDSE 499L 

Workshop— Effective Teaching in Home Economics (03) 

June 21-July 7 

For further information see page 40. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-3:30 Y 002 Lemmon 

112 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



Instr 

EDSE 499T 

Teaching English as a Second Language (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 T 103 McArthur 

EDSE 606 

Curriculum Development in Business Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 401 Peters 

EDSE 626 

Problems of Teaching Reading in Secondary Schools (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 T 118 Brigham 

EDSE 630 

Diagnosis and Remediation of Reading Disabilities (03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Wilson 

EDSE 631 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences in Reading Instruction (03) 

*6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Sullivan 

EDSE 632 

Advanced Laboratory Experiences in Reading Instruction 

(03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Brigham 

0201 ARRANGED ARR Sullivan 

EDSE 637 

Seminar in Secondary Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 C 080 Campbell 

EDSE 644 

Trends in Secondary School Curriculum-English (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 Y B34 Woolf 

EDSE 645 

Trends in Secondary School Curriculum— Foreign Languages 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30 00 030 Delorenzo 

EDSE 647 

Trends in Secondary School Curriculum-Mathematics (03) *6W* 

0101 MW 7-9:50 PM 00 026 Walbesser 

EDSE 651 

Trends in Secondary School Curriculum-Social Studies 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 C 081 Staff 

EDSE 743 

Theory and Research in Secondary Education— Distributive 

Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 RR 007 Ricci 

EDSE 747 

Theory and Research in Secondary Education— Mathematics 

(1-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 TUTH 7-9:50 PM 00 026 Walbesser 

EDSE 754 

Theory and Research in Secondary Education-Speech 

(1-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTH 12:30 00 220 Croft 

EDSE 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

(See EDUC 798 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDSE 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EDSE 821 

Seminar in Business Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 401 Peters 

EDSE 831 

Seminar in Science Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-9:15 TH 117 Gardner 

EDSE 889 

Internship in Education (03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDSE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDUCATION, SPECIAL 

EDSP 470 

Introduction to Special Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 220 Staff 

0201 MW 7 PM 00 223 Staff 

EDSP 471 

Characteristics of Exceptional Children— Mentally Retarded 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 223 Staff 

EDSP 472 

Education of Exceptional Children— Mentally Retarded (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 AA 012 Staff 

EDSP 473 

Curriculum for Exceptional Children— Mentally Retarded (03) 

*6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 AA 008 Staff 

EDSP 475 

Education of the Slow Learner (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 303 Staff 

EDSP 481 

Characteristics of Exceptional Children— Gifted (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 AA 016 Staff 

EDSP 489 

Field Experience in Special Education (03) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDSP 491 

Characteristics of Exceptional Children— Perceptual Learning 

Problems (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 TH 111 Staff 

EDSP 492 

Education of Exceptional Children-Perceptual Learning 

Problems (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 223 Staff 

EDSP 498 

Special Problems in Education (1-3 Var Cr) *6W* 

(See EDUC 498 for description) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EDSP 600 

Exceptional Children and Youth (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 028 Staff 

EDSP 610 

Administration and Supervision of Special Education Programs 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 00 125 Staff 

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Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



EDSP 635 

Problems in the Education of Children with Emotional 

Disturbances (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 AA 014 

EDSP 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDSP 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDUCATION 

EDUG 300 

Human Development and Learning (06) *8W* 

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 meet for an eight week period. Section 1 

and 2 will require two off-campus visits each week for six 

weeks. Wednesday and one other morning during the first 6 

weeks will be used for observation. No other morning class 

should te elected. 



Instr 

Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



0101 MTUTHF8 




ZP 


121 


Paine 


0201 MTUTHF9:30 




ZP 


103 


Long 


0301 MTUTHF9:30 




ZP 


132 


Spodak 


EDUC 301 










Foundations of Education 


(03) *6W* 








0101 MTUWTHF 8 




00 


303 


Staff 


0201 MTUWTHF 8 




00 


036 


Lindsay 


0301 MTUWTHF 9:30 




00 


036 


Agre 


0401 MTUWTHF 9:30 




E 


305 


Staff 


0501 MTUWTHF 9:30 




R 


205 


Lindsay 


0601 MTUWTHF 11 







236 


Staff 


0701 MTUWTHF 11 







240 


Agre 


0801 MTUWTHF 11 




ZP 


218 


Hopkins 


0901 MTUWTHF 12:30 




ZP 


218 


Hopkins 



EDUC 370 

Introduction to Librarianship (03) *4W* 

June 19-July 14 

0101 MTUTHF 2-4:50 



00 223 



EDUC 371 

Basic Reference and Information Sources (03) *4W* 

July 17-August 11 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-1220 Y 009 

EDUC 374 

Library Materials for Youth (03) *4W* 

July 17-August 11 

0101 MTUTHF 2-4:50 00 301 

EDUC 375 

School Library Administration and Service (03) *4W* 

June 19-July 14 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-12:20 Y 019 

EDUC 411 

History of Education in the United States (03) *6W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 O 240 



Anderson 



Daniel 



Anderson, E. 



Daniel 



Male 



115 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room Bldg/Room 



Instr 



Huden 



00 


004 


Trohanis 


00 


004 


Hempstead 


00 


004 


Hempstead 


00 


004 


Beckman 



EDUG 430 

Educational Sociology (03) *6W* (P-F) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 ZP 121 

EDUG 440 

Audio-Visual Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0201 MTUWTHF 9:30 

0301 MTUWTHF 11 

0401 MW 7-9:50 PM 

EDUG 442 

instructional Media Services (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 ZP 115 Goldberg 

EDUG 444 

Programmed Instruction (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 ZP 119 Goldberg 

EDUG 498 

Special Problem in Education (1-3 Var Gr) *6W* 

Prerequisite-consent of instructor. Available only to mature 

students who have definite plans for individual study of approved 

problems. Gourse cards must have the title of the problem and 

the name of the faculty member who has approved it. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDUG 499B 

Workshops-Instructional Materials (03) 

June 21-July 11 

For further information see page 38. 



Staff 



0101 MTUWTHF 1-4:30 00 004 

EDUG 640 

Seminar in Educational Technology, Research and Theory 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-12:20 00 002 

EDUG 642 

Mediated Instructional Systems (03) *6W* 

0101 MWF 7-10 PM 00 002 

EDUG 660 

Comparative Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 00 321 

EDUG 661 

International Organizations and Educational Ghange (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 00 223 

EDUG 798 

Special Problems in Education (1-6 Var Gr) *6W* 

Master's, Advanced Graduate Specialist, or Doctoral Candidates 

who desire to pursue special research problems under the 

direction of their advisors may register for credit under this 

number. Gourse cards must have the title of the problem and 

the name of the faculty member under whom the work will 

be done. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDUG 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Gr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR 

EDUG 858 

Adult Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-11 00 321 



Ghisholm 



Wed berg 



Perrin 



Male 



Huden 



Staff 



Staff 



Wiggin 



116 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times Bidg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EDUC 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *5W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

MUSIC EDUCATION 

MUED 450 

Music in Early Childhood Education (03) *6W* 

Prerequisite-MUSC 155. Meets July 12-July 30. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 NN 208 Shelley 

MUED 499A 

Workshop— instrumental Music (02) 

June 21-30 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 NN 202 Gallagher 

MUED 499B 

Workshop-Choral Techniques (02) 

June 21-30 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 NN 208 Grentzer 

MUED 499C 

Workshop-Music for Children-Ages 2-6 Years (02) 

July 3-14 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 NN 208 Shelley 

MUED 499D 

Workshop— Music for Children-Ages 7-12 Years (02) 

July 3-14 

For further information see page 36. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 NN 205 Fanos 

MUED 499E 

Workshop— Music Instruction in Tomorrow's Schools (02) 

July 17-28 

For further information see page 36. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 NN 202 Taylor 

MUED 600 

Research Methods in Music and Music Education (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-graduate standing) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 NN 301 De Vermond 

MUED 699A 

Workshop-Instrumental Music (02) 

June 21-30 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 ARR Gallagher 

MUED 699B 

Workshop— Choral Techniques (02) 

June 21-30 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 ARR Grentzer 

MUED 699C 

Workshop-Music for Children-Ages 2-6 Years (02) 

July 3-14 

For further information see page 35. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 ARR Shelley 

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Coda Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

MUED 699D 

Workshop— Music for Children-Ages 7-12 Years (02) 

July 3-14 

For further information see page 36. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 ARR Fanos 

MUED 699E 

Workshop-Music Instruction in Tomorrow's Schools (02) 

July 17-28 

For further information see page 36. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4:30 ARR Taylor 

MUED 890 

History of Music Education in the United States (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-doctoral standing) 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 NN 304 Taylor 



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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room Bldg/Room Instr 

ENGINEERING, AEROSPACE 

ENAE 372 

Aerodynamics II (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8/MW 1-4 J 140 J 252 Staff 

ENAE 470 

Aerodynamics III (03) *8W* 

0100 MTUTHF 9:30 J 140 Staff 
ENAE 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 
ENAE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENGINEERING, CIVIL 

ENCE 221 

Introduction to Environmental Engineering (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-10:50 J 260 Staff 

ENCE 280 

Engineering Survey Measurements (03) *2W* 

Corequisite-MATH 141 with consent of instructor. Open only to 

students enrolled in the College of Engineering. June 5-June 19. 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-5 J 154 Cournyn 

0201 MTUWTHF 8-5 J 156 Cournyn 

ENCE 350 

Fundamentals of Structural Analysis (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 J 010 Staff 

ENCE 489 

Special Problems (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCE 689 

Seminar (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCE 737 

Industrial Wastes (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCE 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL 

ENCH 215 

Chemical Engineering Analysis (02) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-consent of department.) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Gomezplata 

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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Coda Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room instr 

ENCH 250 

Chemical Engineering Analysis II (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-consent of the department.) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Gomezplata 

ENCH 437 

Chemical Engineering Laboratory (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Gomezplata 

ENCH 468 

Research (2-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCH 648 

Special Problems in Chemical Engineering (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCH 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENCH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENGINEERING, COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 

ENCO 308 

Co-op internship (00) (P-F) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Blair 

ENGINEERING, ELECTRICAL 

ENEE 310 

Electronics Circuits I (04) *8W* 

Prerequisite-ENEE 306. Required of juniors in Electrical 

Engineering. 

0101 MTUWTHF8 J 150 Staff 

ENEE 311 

Electronics Laboratory I (01) *8W* 

Corequisite-ENEE 310. Required of juniors in Elecrtical 

Engineering. First meeting Wednesday, June 21 S BIdg. 

Laboratory Fee $10.00. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENEE 320 

Engineering Probability (02) *8W* 

Prerequisites-MATH 241, ENEE 206. Required of Electrical 

Engineering majors. 

0101 MWF 9:30-10:50 J 122 Staff 

ENEE 380 

Electromagnetic Theory (03) *8W* 

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 11 J 226 Staff 

ENEE 381 

Electromagnetic Wave Propagation (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 J 236 Staff 

ENEE 400 

Network Synthesis (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-ENEE 306) 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 J 134 Staff 

120 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

ENEE 418 

Projects in Electrical Engineering (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

Prerequisite— senior standing in Electrical Engineering and 

approval of the proposed project by the instructor prior to 

Registration. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENEE 425 

Signal Analysis, Modulation and Noise (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 J 226 Staff 

ENEE 443 

Introduction to Computers and Computation (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 J 010 Staff 

ENEE 608 

Graduate Seminar-Independent Study (1-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENEE 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENEE 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENGINEERING SCIENCE 

ENES 110 

Mechanics (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-ENES 101, concurrent MATH 141) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 J 278 Staff 

ENES 220 

Mechanics of Materials (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 J 270 Staff 

ENES 221 

Dynamics (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-ENES 110, concurrent MATH 240 and PHYS 161) 

0101 MTUTHF 8 J 360 Staff 

ENES 240 

Algorithmic Analysis and Computer Programming (02) *8W* 

Corequisites-MATH 240, ENES 243. Required of sophomores 

in Electrical Engineering. 

0101 MWF 9:30 J 226 Staff 

ENES 243 

Digital Computer Latxjratory (01) *8W* 

Corequisite-ENES 240. Required of sophomores in Electrical 

Engineering. First meeting Wednesday, June 21 J-128. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENES 301 

Power and the Environment (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Munno 

ENGINEERING MATERIALS 

ENMA 698 

Special Problems in Engineering Materials (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

EN MA 799 

Master's Thesis Research— Engineering Materials (1-6 Var 

Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

EN MA 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENGINEERING, MECHANICAL 

ENME 216 

Thermodynamics I (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-PHYS 262 and MATH 240) 

0101 MTUTHF9:30 J 360 Staff 

ENME 321 

Transfer Processes (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 11 J 278 Staff 

ENME 340 

Fluid Mechanics I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8-9 

0101 MTUTHF 8-9:20 J ' 282 Staff 

ENME 341 

Gas Dynamics (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8-9:20 J 382 Staff 

A 400-level technical elective will be offered if enrollment Is 

adequate. 

ENME 488 

Special Problems (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENME 788 

Seminar (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENME 799 

Master's Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENME 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (Cr Arr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENGINEERING, NUCLEAR 

ENNU 350 

Introduction to Nuclear Technology (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Munno 

ENNU 440 

Nuclear Technology Laboratory (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Munno 

ENNU 648 

Special Problems in Nuclear Engineering (2-3 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENNU 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

ENNU 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research— Nuclear Engineering (1-6 Var Cr) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



APPLIED DESIGN 

APDS 101 

Fundamentals of Design (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 H 101 

APDS 210 

Presentation Techniques (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30-12 H 101 

APDS 499 

Individual Problem in Applied Design (3-4 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Written consent of instructor) 

0101 M 12/ARRANGED H 101 ARR 

CRAFTS 



Instr 

Roper 

Roper 

Staff 



CRAF 102 










Recreational Crafts (02) *6W* 










0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-11:30 




H 


005 


RIbalta 


CRAF 202 










Creative Crafts (03) *6W* 










0101 MTUTHF 9:30-12:30 




H 


005 


Ribalta 


CRAF 220 










Ceramics l-Materials and Processes 


(03) 


*6W* 






0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-11:30 




H 


102 


McWhinnie 


0201 MTUWTHF 1-3 




H 


102 


Ribalta 



CRAF 230 

Metalry I (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12 H 009 

0201 MTUWTHF 1-4 

CRAF 320 

Advanced Ceramics I (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-12 H 102 

0201 MTUWTHF 1-3:30 H 102 

CRAF 330 

Advanced Metalry I (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12 H 009 

0201 MTUWTHF 1-4 H 009 

CRAF 428 

Individual Problems in Ceramics (3-4 Var Cr) *6W* 

Open only to advanced students who, with guidance, can 

work independently. 

0101 TU 9:30/ARRANGED ARR 

0201 TU 9:30/ARRANGED ARR 

CRAF 438 

Individual Problems in Metalry (3-4 Var Cr) *6W* 

Open only to advanced students who, with guidance, can 

work independently, 

0101 M 9-12 ARR 

FAMILY AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 

FMCD 250 

Decision Making in Family Living (03) (P-F) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 950-10:50 HMC 001 



Nelson 



McWhinnie 
Ribalta 



Nelson 
Nelson 



McWhinnie 
Ribalta 



Nelson 



Letzler 



123 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times Bidg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

FMCD 260 

Family Relations (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 100) 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-1:50 HMC 001 Letzler 

FMCD 332 

The Child in the Family (03) *6W* 

(Prerequisite-PSYC 100) 

0101 MTUWTHF 2-3:20 D 303 Gaylin 

FMCD 341 

Personal and Family Finance (03) (P-F) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-9:20 HMC 001 Churaman 

FMCD 344 

Resident Experience in Home Management (03) *4W* 

(Prerequisite FMCD 250 or equivalent) 

0101 W 9 HMC 002 Orvedal 

FMCD 345A 

Practicum with Families (03) *8W* 

Planned supervised experience of individual participation 

and/or observation in community setting to relate theory to 

practice. Limited to FMCD majors who have had plans arranged 

and approved during spring term. 

0101 TU 7-9 PM HMC 001 Churaman 

FMCD 345B 

Practicum with Children (03) *8W* 

0101 TU 7-9 PM HMC 001 Churaman 

FMCD 345C 

Practicum in Home Management and Consumer Studies (03) 

*8W* 

0101 TU 7-9 PM HMC 001 Churaman 

FMCD 370 

Communication Skills and Techniques In Home Economics 

(03) (P-F) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-12:20 H 222 Brabble 

FMCD 499D 

Special Topics— Communication in Marriage and Family 

(03) *3W* 

Consent of instructor 

Meets July 10-28 

For further information see page 37. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-3 HMC 001 Olson 

FOOD 

FOOD 678 

Special Topics in Foods-Consumer Problems in Foods 

(03) *4W* 

For teachers only: not open to F and N majors 

June 19-July 14 

Tuesday meeting is a field trip 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-12:30/TU 1-5 D 303 Knighton 

FOOD 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Or) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

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CourM Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

HOME ECONOMICS 

HOEC 658 

Special Topics in Housing and Applied Design (2-6 Var Cr) 

*8W* 

(Consent of instructor) 

0101 M 11 /ARRANGED H 139 ARR Staff 

HOEC 668D 

Special Topics in General Home Economics-Communication In 

Marriage and Family (03) 

July 10-28 

For further information see page 37. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-3 HMC 001 Olson 

HOEC 678A 

Special Topics in Management (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Written consent of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HOEC 688 

Special Topics in Family Life (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

(Written consent of instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HOEC 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HOUSING AND APPLIED DESIGN 

HSAD 488A 

Selected Topics in Housing and Interior Design-Historical 

Interior Design (03) 

June 19-July 8 

For further information see page 37. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Odiand 

HSAD 488 

Selected Topics in Housing and Interior Design-Residential 

Lighting Design (01) 

July 26-30 

For further information see page 37. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12:15 H 105 Coakley 

HSAD 499 

Individual Study in Housing and/or Interior Design (3-4 

Var Cr) *8W* 

(Written consent of Instructor) 

0101 M 10/ARRANGED H 139 ARR Staff 

INSTITUTION ADMINISTRATION 

lADM 350 

Practicum in Institution Administration (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-5 credits In lADM) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Prather 

I ADM 490 

Special Problems In Food Services (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Prather 

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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

lADM 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

NUTRITION 

NUTR 100 

Elements of Nutrition (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-10:50 AR 018 Staff 

NUTR 490 

Special Problems in Nutrition (03) *8W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Prather 

NUTR 678 

Special Topics In Nutrition (03) *6W* 

(Special course for non-nutrition majors) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30-10:50 H 222 Ahrens 

NUTR 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *8W'* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

TEXTILES 

TEXT 250 

Textile Materials-Evaluation and Characterization (03) '*8W* 

(Prerequisite-Text 150) 

0101 MTUW 12:30-1 :50/MW 2-4:30 D 303 D 306 Mihelcic 

TEXT 355 

Environmental Textiles (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisite-TEXT 150) 

0101 MTUWTH 9:30-10:50 D 303 Mihelcic 

TEXT 463 

History of Textiles (03) '^8W* 

(University History requirement) 

0101 MTUWTH 11-12:20 H 311 Oman 

TEXT 600 

Special Studies in Textiles (2-4 Var Cr) '*8W'* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

TEXTILES AND APPAREL 

TXAP 441 

Clothing and Human Behavior (03) *8W* 

(Prerequisites-PSYC 100 and SOCY 100) 

0101 MTUWTH 8-9:20 D 303 Oman 

TXAP 633 

Synthesis of Behavioral Science Concepts In Textiles 

and Clothing (03) ■*8W* 

0101 MTUWTH 8-950 D 300 Staff 

TXAP 799 

Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) •SW* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



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SCHOOL OF LIBRARY AND 
INFORMATION SERVICES 



Course 
Coda 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room Bidg/Room 



LBSC 600 

Proseminar in Library and Information Services (06) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-10 AM CAM 0A1 

0102 MTUWTHF 8-10 AM CAM 0D9 

0103 MTUWTHF 8-10 AM L 100B 

0104 MTUWTHF 8-10 AM L 405 

LBSC 610 

Introduction to Reference and Bibliography (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-1 L 405 

LBSC 615 

Literature and Research in Social Sciences (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-1 L 100B 

LBSC 636 

Children's Literature and Materials (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 2-3 L 100A 

LBSC 642 

Organization of Knowledge in Libraries I (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-11 L 405 

LBSC 644 

Organization of Knowledge in Libraries II (03) *8W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 11-12 L 405 

LBSC 653 

Construction and Maintenance of Index Languages (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8-9 AM L 100A 



Instr 



Bates 

Kraft 

Colson 

Kidd 



Bates 



Reynolds 



MacLeod 



LBSC 665 

Problems of Special Materials (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 12-1 



L 100 A 



LBSC 711 

Programming Systems for Information Handling Applications 

(03) *8W* . . 

0101 MTUWTHF 1-2 L 100A 



LBSC 731 

Library Administration (03) 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-10 AM 



KgW" 



LL 058 



LBSC 740 

Seminar in Library and Information Networks (03) *8W'' 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-11 L 100B 



LBSC 754 

Seminar in the School Library (03) 
0101 MTUWTHF 9-10 AM 



*8\N^ 



L 100 A 



LBSC 817 

Public Library in the Political Process (03) 

0101 MTUWTHF 10-11 



^8W* 

L 



100A 



Batty 



Wellisch 



Wellisch 



Staff 



Staff 



Wasserman 



Olson 



Llesener 



Staff 



127 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

LBSC 827 

History of Libraries and Their Materials (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-12 L 100B Colson 

LBSC 837 

Comparative and International LIbrarianship (03) 

July 31-August 11 

For further information see page 36. 

0101 MTUWTHF 1-5 ARR Wasserman 

LBSC 859E 

Independent Study-Universe of Knowledge (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 1-2 L 100B Batty 

LBSC 859W 

Independent Study (03) *8W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11-12 L 100A Llesener 



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COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, 
RECREATION AND HEALTH 



Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec 


Lee 


Lab 


Code Code Meeting Times 


BIdg/Room 


BIdg/Room 


HEALTH 






HLTH 105 






Science and Theory of Health (02) *6W* 






0101 MTUTHF8 


AA 009 




0201 MTUTHF9:30 


AA 009 




0301 MTUTHF 11 


AA 009 




0401 MTUTHF 12:30 


AA 009 




0501 MTUTHF 2 


AA 009 




HLTH 150 







Instr 



Jones 
Tifft 
Staff 
Staff 
Staff 



Raymond 



Raymond 



GG 


202 


ARR 


Kenel, 
Clearwater 


6W* 
GG 


202 


ARR 


Beno 


*6W* 
GG 


202 


ARR 


Kenel, 
Clearwater 



First Aid (01) *6W* 

0101 MTUTHF 8 GG 202 

HLTH 270 

Safety Education (03) *6W» 

0101 MTUWTH 9:30 GG 202 

HLTH 280 

The Driver and His Characteristics— Driver Task Analysis 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MWF 2/ARRANGED 



HLTH 305 

Driver Education and Traffic Safety I (03) ' 

0101 MWF 11/ARRANGED 

HLTH 345 

Driver Education and Traffic Safety II (03) 

0101 MWF 3:30/ARRANGED 



HLTH 375 

Problems in Driver Education and Traffic Safety Education 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTH 12:30 GG 202 CIndrlch 

HLTH 420 

Methods and Materials In Health Education (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTH 11 AA 008 Tifft 

HLTH 450 

Health Problems of Children and Youth (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTH 9:30 AA 010 Staff 

HLTH 489A 

Worl<shop-Population, Pollution and Health (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-11 AA 008 Jones 

HLTH 489B 

Workshop-Children's Physical Development Clinic (1-6 Var Cr) 

*6W* 

(Must have junior standing and prior permission of Instructor) 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Johnson 

HLTH 489 K 

Workshop— Current Issues in Health Education (3-6) 

June 21-July 28 

For further information see page 40. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12/ARRANGED ARR 033 ARR Sands 



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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

HLTH 489L 

Workshop-Current Issue in Health Education (3-6) 

June 21-July 28 

For further information see page 40. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-12/ARRANGED ARR 035 ARR Miller 

HLTH 600 

Seminar in Health (01) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HLTH 687A 

Advanced Seminar-Alcohol and the Accident Phenomenon 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MW 6:30-10 PM GG 202 Clearwater 

HLTH 687C 

Advanced Seminar-Conceptual Models of Accident Prevention 
and Causation (03) *6W* 

0101 TUTH 6:30-10 PM GG 202 Kenel, 

Clearwater 
HLTH 687P 

Advanced Seminar-Population, Pollution and Health (03) *6W* 
0101 MTUWTHF 9-11 AA 008 Jones 

HLTH 688 

Special Problems in Health Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HLTH 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

HLTH 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

The following courses, PHED 012A, 084A, 087A, 090A, are not 
available for credit to PHED majors. Non-majors may use this 
credit to fulfill graduation requirements in Physical Education. 
Fee $6.00. 

PHED 012A 

Physical Education Activities-Men (01) *6W* 

Handball 

0101 MTUTHF 9:30 ARR Santa Maria 

PHED 084A 

Physical Education Activities-Coed (01) *6W* 

Golf 

0001 MTUTHF 9:30 GG Church 

PHED 087A 

Physical Education Activities-Coed (01) *6W* 

Swimming 

0001 MTUTHF 11 GG POOL Church 

PHED 090A 

Physical Education Activities-Coed (01) *6W* 

Tennis 

0001 MTUTHF 8 

0002 MTUTHF 9:30 

0003 MTUTHF 11 

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GG 


CTS 


Santa Maria 


GG 


CTS 


Noss 


GG 


CTS 


Noss 



Course 
Code 



Section 
Code 



Lec/Lab/Rec 
Meeting Times 



Lee Lab 

BIdg/Room BIdg/Room 



PHED 314 

Methods in Physical Education for Secondary Schools (03) *6W'' 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 GG 006 

PHED 400 

Kinesiology (04) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30/ARRANGED 

PHED 420 

Physical Education for the Elementary School (03) *6W 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0102 MTUWTHF 9:30 

PHED 450 

The Psychology of Sports (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

PHED 460 

Physiology of Exercise (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 

PHED 480 

Measurement in Physical Education (03) *6W 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

0102 MTUWTHF 11 

PHED 489A 

Workshop-Perceptual Motor (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 

PHED 489B 

Workshop-Academic Achievement Through Physical Education 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 GG 001 

PHED 489C 

Workshop-Motor Learning Implications for Teaching (03) 

June 19-July 7 

For further information see page 40. 

0101 MTUWTHF 12:30-4 



Instr 



Tyler 



GG 210 ARR 


Kelley 


)0l (03) *6W* 
GG 301 
GG 301 


Noss 
Humphrey 


GG 001 


Husman 


GG 216 


Clarke 


GG 210 
GG 210 


Kelley 
Santa Maria 


GG 010 


Church 



GG 210 



Humphrey 



Hault, 
Love 



PHED 496 

Quantitative Methods (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 

PHED 600 

Seminar in Physical Education (01) *6W'' 

0101 TU 1 



GG 309 



GG 216 



PHED 610 

Methods and Techniques of Research (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8/ARRANGED GG 



216 ARR 



PHED 650 

Mental and Emotional Aspects of Sports and Recreation (03) 

*6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 9:30 GG 001 

PHED 688 

Seminar in Perceptual Skill, Motor Learning and Performance 

(03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 GG 002 



Stull 



Eyier 



Stull 



Husman 



Tyler 



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Course Section Lec/Lab/Rec Lee Lab 

Code Code Meeting Times BIdg/Room BIdg/Room Instr 

PHED 689 

Special Problems in Physical Education (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

Master or doctoral candidates who desire to pursue special 

research problems under the direction of their advisors may 

register for 1-6 hours of credit under this number. 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHED 690 

Scientific Bases of Exercise (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 11 GG 216 Clarke 

PHED 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

PHED 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RECREATION 

RECR 349 

Observation and Field Work In Recreation (05) *6W* 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RECR 454 

Outdoor Education (06) 
June 21-July 28 

For further information see page 40. 

0101 MTUWTHF 9-3 ARR Eley 

RECR 489 

Field Laboratory, Projects and Workshop (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Strobell, 

Laudenslayer 
RECR 600 

Seminar in Recreation (01) *6W* 

0101 TU 1 GG 216 Eyier 

RECR 610 

Methods and Techniques of Research (03) *6W* 

0101 MTUWTHF 8 GG 216 Stall 

RECR 688 

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

Special Problems in Recreation (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 
(Credit according to work assigned) 
RECR 799 

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

0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 

RECR 899 

Doctoral Thesis Research (1-6 Var Cr) *6W* 
0101 ARRANGED ARR Staff 



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INDEX 



Academic Information 30 

Academic Credit 30 

Administration, 

Summer Sclnool 5 

Admissions and 

Registration Information . . 20 
College Park Students . 20 
Students from other 

campuses 20 

Freshman Students .... 21 

Special Students 20 

Transfer Students 21 

Continuing Students ... 21 
Advanced Placement 

Program 32 

Afro-American Studies 

courses 60 

Agriculture, College of 55 

Agricultural Engineering ... 55 

Agronomy Courses 55 

American Studies courses .. 60 

Anthropology courses 60 

Application Forms 

Inside back cover 

Application 22 

Applied Design courses ...123 
Archaeological Field School. 34 

Art Education courses 61 

Art History courses 61 

Art Studio courses 62 

Arts and Sciences, College of 60 

Astronomy courses 63 

Automobile Registration 16 

Biology courses 64 

Bookstore 16 

Botany courses 55 

Business and Public 

Administration, College of. 92 
Business Administration 

courses 92 

Calendar 7 

Chemistry courses 64 

Children's Music 35 

Chinese courses 65 

Choral Techniques 35 

Class Periods 10 

Comparative Literature 
courses 65 



Computer Sciences courses 100 

Contents 4 

Course Adds 25 

Course Cancellation 54 

Course Changes 25 

Course Descriptions 53 

Course Drops 26 

Course Load 31 

Crafts courses 123 

Credit, Academic 30 

Cultural Activities 13 

Dance courses 66 

Dance Techniques in Jazz . . 35 

Dramatic Art courses 66 

Degree Candidates 31 

Directory of Information 

Services 6 

Economics courses 94 

Education, Administration, 

Supervision and Curriculum 

courses 101 

Education, Counseling and 

Personnel Services 

courses 102 

Education, College of 101 

Education, Early Childhood- 
Elementary courses 103 

Education, Human 

Development courses 105 

Education, Industrial 

courses 108 

Education, Measurement and 

Statistics courses 110 

Education, Music courses ...117 
Education, Secondary 

courses Ill 

Education, Special courses .114 

Education courses 115 

Engineering, College of 119 

Engineering, Aerospace 

courses 119 

Engineering, Chemical 

courses 119 

Engineering, Civil courses ..119 
Engineering, Cooperative 

Education courses 120 

Engineering, Educational 

courses 120 



133 



Engineering IVIaterials 

courses 121 

Engineering, Mechanical 

courses 122 

Engineering, Nuclear 

courses 122 

Engineering, Science 

courses 121 

English courses 67 

Entomology courses 57 

Ethnology 34 

Family and Community 

Development courses 123 

Fees 11 

Food courses 124 

Food Science courses 57 

Food Service 14 

French courses 70 

General Education Program. 31 

General Information 10 

Geology courses 57 

Geography courses 96 

Government and Politics 

courses 97 

German courses 70 

Graduate Students 22 

Graduate Work 31 

Health 15 

Health courses 129 

Health Education, Current 

Issues Workshop 40 

Hebrew courses 71 

History, Foreign, courses ... 71 

History courses 72 

History, United States, 

courses 73 

Home Economics, 

College of 123 

Home Economics courses ..1^5 

Horticulture courses 58 

Housing and Applied 

Design courses 125 

Human Development 

Workshop 38 

Human Relations in 

Educational Administration 38 

Identity Card 27 

Information Systems 

Management 98 

Institutes 41 

Institutional Administration 

courses 125 



Institute of Criminal Justice 

and Criminology 73 

Instructional Materials 

Workshop 38 

Interior Design Workshop ... 37 

Italian courses 74 

Jazz, Historical 35 

Jazz Improvisation 35 

Journalism courses 98 

Librarianship and Information 

Science, Comparative and 

Instructional 36 

Libraries 16 

Library and Information 

Services 127 

Lighting Design, 

Residential 37 

Living Accomodations 14 

Map, Area Resources 137 

Map, College Park Campus 138 

Marking System 30 

Marriage and Family 

Communications Workshop 37 

Mathematics courses 74 

Mathematics Workshop 37 

Meteorology courses 77 

Microbiology courses 78 

Music courses 78 

Music, Education 117 

Music, Instrumental 35 

Nutrition courses 126 

Outdoor Education Workshop 40 

Pass-Fail Option 30 

Philosophy courses 80 

Physics courses 81 

Physical Education courses .130 
Physical Education, 

Recreation and Health ...129 

Placement, Advanced 32 

Psychology courses 82 

Radio and Television 

courses 84 

Recreation courses 132 

Recreation Activities 13 

Registration Procedure 23 

Registration, Late 24 

Registration, Changes 25 

Research Facilities 17 

Residency Policy 10 

Resources, Area 17 

Rural Education courses ... 58 
Russian courses 85 



134 



Section Change 25 

Sociology courses 85 

Spanish courses 86 

Speech courses 87 

Speech and Hearing courses 88 
Statistics and Probability ... 89 

Students, Graduate 22 

Students, Special 21 

Teaching, Team 39 

Teachers of Disadvantaged 

Youth Workshop 39 

Team Teaching 39 

Textiles courses 126 

Textiles and Apparel 

courses 126 



Trade Advancement 

Workshop 38 

Transaction Card 27 

Transcripts 

Tuition 11 

Undergraduate, Application . 22 

Urban Studies courses 89 

Vocational Education 

Workshop 38 

Withdrawal 26 

Workshops 34 

Writers' Workshop 38 

Zoology 89 



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