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Each summer, between 30,000 and 45,000 conference guests and other visitors stay at the University 
of Maryland. Guests are participants in more than 100 programs and camps. They stay in your residence 
halls and eat in your dining halls. Fees paid by summer guests are used to offset student fees throughout 
the rest of the year. About 70% of the groups that visit Maryland in the summer months are participating 
in programs that originate on campus. We are proud to say that we help the mission of the university 
by supporting academic and athletic programs that offer educational opportunities during the summer. 

TAKIXC A SUMMER CLISS? WHAT ELSE 
ARE YOU GOXM 1)0? GET A JOB! 



Stick around. Take a class. 

Get FREE or reduced housing. 

Get around campus in a golf cart. 

Enjoy flexible scheduling and have fun. 

Work for Conferences and Visitor Services (CVS)! 



Applications are available online by visiting http:www.conferences.umd.edu/ 
summerjobs/. You can also call Re'Shanda Grace-Bridges, Housing Manager 
for Conferences and Visitor Services at 4-0350 or email at rbridges@umd.edu. 



NOT STAYING ALL SUMMER LONG? WE'VE GOT THAT COVERED, TOO. 

The Odyssey of the Mind World Finals is coming to campus May 28 - June 7, 2004. Odyssey 
of the Mind is a creative problem solving competition that brings close to 1 5,000 visitors to 
campus. We are hiring lots of students to work at this event, which will kick off our summer! 
All students, family and friends of the university ore encouraged to apply (applicants must be 
at least 1 8 years of age). Positions range in length between 1 -3 weeks of employment. Think 
of it as a great way to moke some extra cash and start the summer off right! Please contact 
Re'Shanda Grace-Bridges, Housing Manager for Conferences and Visitor Services at 4-0350. 

Are you a Journalism or Marketing student looking for a way to add to your portfolio? 
Marketing and Communications positions are available as well. Please contact Megan 
McCarthy, Communications and Visitor Services Manager at 4-6637 or via email at 
mmccarth@accmail.umd.edu. You must be a currently enrolled student in order to be 
eligible for the communications and marketing positions. 




Intensive Language Institute 
Keep Learning - Arabic 

June 21 — August 13 

In just eight weeks, the 
University of Maryland can help 
you be conversant in modern 
standard Arabic - the language of 
radio, television and newspapers 
throughout the Arab world. 
Successful completion means 12 
semester hours of college credit, 
satisfying the language 
requirement for non-native 
speakers. 

Find out more by visiting 
www.summer.umd.edu/intensiveianguage. 



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Once you've registered for classes, you need textbooks, right? This is where you find out exactly which ones you need for 
each class. This saves you lots of time because you can then plan ahead and know which ones are required, which are 
optional, and how much money you (or your parents) need to buy them. Print out the listing generated by the search and 
bring it with you to the University Book Center. Our staff will be more than happy to help find the ones that you need. 

The Shelf Tags in the textbook area are organized by class, then by section. The Search tool uses the same information as 
found on the Shelf Tags. 

Please visit us at our website: www.ubc.umd.edu/textbooks/text search.htm 



This is a sample of a shelf tag that you will find in textbooks. 
The tag corresponds to the bool<s directly above it. 



Book # of 

Required or 
Recommended 

Title of Book ■ 



Course # 
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BOOK ! OF 

REQUIRED 

TITLE: 

AFRICANISMS IN AMERICAN CULTURE 

AUTHOR: HOLLOWAY 

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CMLT 235 
SECTIONS: 0101 

NEW -$15,95 USED -$12.00 



Total # of books 
Required or 
Recommended 

Required/Recommended 




Each aisle is marked with the four letter abbreviations for departments located there. 
The key at the end of every aisle tells which dept. is in which aisle. 



SEARCH TEXTBOOKS 




mmer 2004 



Find textbook information online at 

http://www.ubc.um(l.edu/ 

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www.summer.umd.edu 



Schedule of Classes ~ Summer 2004 . 3 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Introduction to Summer Sessions 2004 5 

Summer 2004 Session Dotes 5 

Academic Calendar and Deadlines 6 - 8 

SPOC - Single Point of Contact 9 

Campus Contact List 9 

Highlights for Summer Sessions 2004 10 

ARTS! At Maryland 10 

Young Scholars Program 10 

Intensive Language Institute 1 1 

Maryland Artist-Teacher Institute 1 1 

ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION 

Eligibility to Register 12 

Admission Process 12 - 13 

Admission Deadlines 13 

Golden ID 13 

Registration Blocks 14 

Special Permission for Courses 14 

How to Register 14 

Cancellation of Registration 15 

Withdrawal from the University 15 

Late Registration 15 

Non-Standard Course Registration 15 

Waitlist and Holdfile 16 

BILL PAYMENT AND FINANCIAL AID 

Tuition and Fees 17 

Special Course Fees 17 

Payment Due Dates 17 

How to Pay Your Bill 17 

Late Payment Fee 17 

Delinquent Accounts 18 

Refunds 18 

Financial Aid 18 



ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND POLICIES 

Student Honor Pledge 16 

Credit Hours 19 

Academic Dishonesty 19 

Academic Integrity 19 

Auditing Courses 19 

Degree Candidates 19 

Final Examinations 19 

Full-time Status 19 

Grades 19 

Pass-Fail Grading Option 19 

Transferring Credits 20 

Transcript Services 20 

Protection of Privacy (FERPA/Buckley) 20 

Maximum Credit Load 20 

CAMPUS SERVICES 

On-Campus Housing 21 

Department of Transportation Services 21 

Shuttle UM 21 

Dining Services 21 

SUMMER COURSES 

Summer Session 2004 Course Listings ..22-32 & 49-70 

Core 71 -73 

Evening Courses - after 5:00 p.m 74 - 76 

Summer Courses offered in Three- Week Sessions .17 

Summer Courses at Shady Grove 78 

Summer Courses Online 78 

FORMS 

Visiting Undergraduate Application 37-38 

Visiting Graduate and 

Advanced Special Student Application 39 - 40 

Summer Course Registration Form 41 

Estimated Billing Form 42 

Permission to Transfer Credit Form 43 



CAMPUS MAP 

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Fee Notice: Nohvithstandinq any other provision of this or any other University of Maryland publication, the University reserves the right to make 
changes in tvition, fees ana other charges at any time such changes are deemed necessary by the University and the University System of Maryland 
Board of Regents. Although changes in tuition, fees and charges ordinarily will be announced in advance, the University reserves the right to make 
such changes without prior announcement. 



4 • Schedule of Classes «• Summer 2004 



v/ww.summer.umd.edu 



SUMMER 2004 



More than 1,700 Reasons 
to Keep Learning! 

Welcome to Summer Sessions 2004 at the University of Maryland. With more than 1 ,700 undergraduate 
and graduate courses offered in six convenient sessions, Summer Sessions 2004 provides a v/orld of 
opportunities and services that you would expect to find at one of the nation's top public research univer- 
sities. It's all here for you to explore and enjoy. 

You don't have to be a University of Maryland student to take advantage of Summer Sessions 2004. Course 
registration is open to students and graduates from other colleges, students and graduates from high school, 
senior citizens simply put, we're here for you. 

Undergraduate and graduate courses are taught by University of Maryland faculty, and follow the same 
rigorous standards as courses offered during tfie fall and spring semesters. 

You'll find complete course listings in this schedule for all of our summer programs. For more details on 
summer programs at Maryland, visit our summer web site at v/ww.summer.umd.edu. You can browse 
program and course listings, check out our campus services and get complete information on admission 
requirements and tuition. You can even apply and register for classes online. So if you've always wanted 
to study at the University of Maryland, now is the time! 

SUMMER 2004 SESSION DATES 



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SECTION NUMBERS IN COURSE LISTINGS 


Session 1 

(first 6-week session) 


June 1 St - July 9th 


section Olxx 


Session l-A 

(first 3-week session) 


June 1 St - June 1 8th 


section 03xx 


Session l-B 

(second 3-week session) 


June 21 St -July 9th 


section 05xx 

Featuring the Arts! at Maryland. 


Session II 

(second 6-week session) 


July 1 2th - August 20th 


section 02xx 

Featuring the Young Scholars Program 


Session ll-C 

(third 3-week session) 


July 1 2th - July 30th 


section 04xx 


Session ll-D 

(fourth 3-week session) 


August 2nd - August 20th 


section 06xx 



Summer Session course offerings are subject to change. 

Please access up-to-the-minute course offerings on the v/eb 

at >v>v>v.testudo.umd.edu or >v>v>v.summer.umd.edu 

and click on Schedule of Classes. 



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Schedule of Classes " Summer 2004 . 5 



SUMMER 2004 ACADEMIC CALENDAR AND DEADLINES 



Session Number 



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(SSI) 


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Session l-A 


(SShA) 


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6/1 - 


6/18 


Session l-B 


{SSI-B) 


3 weeks 


6/21 


-7/9 


Session II 


(55//; 


6 weeks 


7/12- 


-8/20 


Session ll-C 


(ss//-g 


3 weeks 


7/12- 


-7/30 


Session ll-D 


(55//-D; 


3 weeks 


8/2- 


8/20 



Courses Number Code 

courses v/ith sections 01 XX 
courses with sections 03xx 
courses >vith sections 05XX 
courses with sections 02xx 
courses with sections 04XX 
courses >vith sections 06xx 



FEBRUARY 2004 



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Begin Summer Session 2004 registration via Testudo (www.testudo.umd.edu) 



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Bill payment deadline for students registering February 23 tfirough Morch 23, 2004. 
See bill payment deadlines on page 17 for more info. 

Priority application deadline for the Arts! At Maryland Program (see page 10) 

Priority application deadline for Young Scholars Program (see page 10) 



20 Bill payment deadline for students registering March 24th through April 23rd. 
See bill payment deadlines on page 17 for more information 

21 SSI & SSI-A; deadline to apply for admission via fax or mail; deadline to register via fox or mail 



28 SSI & SSI-A: deadline to apply for admission via web or in person 

deadline for web or in-person registration without $20 late fee 
deadline to cancel registration with a 100% refund 

last day to drop a single course with a 100% refund 



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last day to withdraw with a 70% refund 

last day to drop a single course with 70% refund 

(applicable to students who remain registered for at least one course) 
deadline for submitting documentation for classification as a Maryland resident for tuition and fee purposes 
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change section without departmental approval 
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change credit level; change grading method 

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last day for graduate students to drop a course or change credit level or 
grading method without departmental approval 
last day for graduate and undergraduate students to change section with departmental approval 




6 • Schedule of Classes - Summer 2004 



www.summer.umd.edu 



SUMMER 2004 ACADEMIC CALENDAR AND DEADLINES 



JUNE Continued 

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deadline for web or in-person registration without $20 late fee 
deadline to cancel registration with 100% refund 

last day to drop a single course with 1 00% refund 

21 Bill payment deadline for students registering April 24th through May 23rd. 

See bill payment deadlines on page 17 for more information 
SSI-B Classes begin for SSI-B 

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JULY 
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lost day for graduate students to drop a course or change credit level or 

grading method without departmental approval 
last day for graduate and undergraduate students to change section with departmental approval 
deadline to apply for admission via fax or mail; deadline to register via fax or mail 



University closed for Independence Day 



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last day to withdraw with 70% refund 

last day to drop a single course with 70% refund 

(applicable to students who remain registered for at least one course) 
deadline for submitting documentation for classification as a Maryland resident for tuition and fee purposes 
last day for undergraduate and graduate students to add a course or 

change section without departmental approval 
last day for undergraduate students to drop a course without a "W"; 

change credit level; change grading method 



www.summer.umd.edu 



Schedule of Classes •» Summer 2004 . 7 



SUMMER 2004 ACADEMIC CALENDAR AND DEADLINES 



JULY Continued 
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Deadline to submit summer graduation applications 

deadline for schedule adjustment 

last day to withdraw with 70% refund 

last day to drop a single course with 70% refund 

(applicable to students who remain registered for at least one course) 
deadline for submitting documentation for classification as a Maryland resident for tuition and fee purposes 
last day for undergraduate and graduate students to add a course or 

change section without departmental approval 
lost day for undergraduate students to drop a course without a "W"; 

change credit level; change grading method 
last day to withdraw with 50% refund 



21 Bill payment deadline for students registering May 24th through June 23rd. 
See bill payment deadlines on page 17 for more information 

22 SSil-C last day for undergraduate students to drop a course with a "W" 

last day for graduate students to drop a course or last day for graduate 
students to change credit level or grading method without departmental approval 
lost day for graduate and undergraduate students to change section with departmental approval 

23 SSII last day to withdraw with 50% refund 

SSII-D deadline to apply for admission via fox or moil; deadline to register via fax or mail 

30 SSII last day to drop with 20% refund 

SSII-C Summer Session SS ll-C ends 

lost day to withdraw from SSII-C (no refund) 
SSII-D deadline to apply for admission via web or in person 

deadline for web or in-person registration without $20 late fee 

deadline to cancel registration with 100% refund 

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4 SSII-D deadline for schedule adjustment 

last day to withdraw with 70% refund 

last day to drop a single course with 70% refund 

(applicable to students who remain registered for at least one course) 
deadline for submitting documentation for classification as a Maryland resident for tuition and fee purposes 
last day for undergraduate and graduate students to add a course or 

change section without departmental approval 
last day for undergraduate students to drop a course without a "W"; 
change credit level; change grading method 



Bill payment deadline for students registering after July 3rd. 

See bill payment deadlines on page 1 7 for more information 
last day for undergraduate students to drop a course with a "W" 
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last day to withdraw from SSII and SSII-D (no refund) 



8 • Schedule of Classes ~ Summer 2004 



www.summer.umd.edu 



INFORMATION ON SUMMER SESSIONS 2004 



NEED INFORMATION ON SUMMER SESSIONS 
2004? SPOC has it! 

SPOC (or your Single Point Of Contact) is for students seeking 
information about or wisfiing to enroll in Summer Sessions. SPOC 
has representatives or ombudpersons representing all the service 
sectors of campus: admission (undergraduate and graduate), 
registrar, bursar, academic departments, parking, student ID and 
residency. SPOC, centrally located and handicapped accessible, is 
on tfie first floor of the Mitchell Building. 

See www.summer.umd.edu — SPOC is also a virtual office for those 
inquiring, applying, registering or paying on the web. Each step in 
the admission/registration/payment process will be quickly and 
formally recognized by a confirmation - either by email, rax, or 
surface mail. All the forms for admission, registration, housing. 



parking and bill estimation are on the summer web site. Our goal is 
to be me most student-centered, user-friendly institution in higher 
education. If you have a question or concern, SPOC has the answer, 
a solution, or a recommendation. 

SPOC - Single Point Of Contact 

Phone: 301 -31 4-3572 or 877-989-SPOC 

Fax: 301-314-1282 

E-mail: summer@umail.umd.edu 

Web: www.summer.umd.edu/spoc 

In person: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday 

Mitchell Building, First Floor 

University of Maryland 

College Pork, MD 20742 



CAMPUS CONTACTS 

Need to buy a book, use a computer, grab a bite or arrange for parking? Our campus services offer you the information you'll need to make 
the most of your summer at the University of Maryland. Services include a career center, parking and transportation, housing, health services, 
recreation and more. A more extensive list of campus services are listed on the summer web site at www.summer.umd.edu/campusservices. 



Admissions - Graduate 

Phone:301-405-0376 

Fax: 301-314-9305 

E-mail: grschool@deans.umd.edu 

Web: www.vprgs.umd.edu 

21 23 Lee Building 

Admissions • Undergraduate 

Phone: 301 -314-8385 or 

800-422-5867 

Fax:301-314-9693 

E-mail: um-admit@uga.umd.edu 

Web: www.uga.uma.edu 

0103 Mitchell Building 

Book Center, University 

Phone: 301 -314-2665 or 

800-343-6621 

E-mail: textboob@ubcmail.umd.edu 

Web: www.ubc.umd.edu 

Stamp Student Union 

Book Exchange, 

The Maryiana (off campus) 

Phone: 301-927-2510 

Web: wv/w.maiylondbook.com 

4500 College Avenue, College Pork 

Bursar (bill payment) 

Phone: 301 -314-9000 or 

888-313-2404 

Fax: 301-314-9098 

E-mail: 

billtalk@accmail.umd.edu 

Web: www.umd.edu/bursar 

1 135 Lee Building 

Career Center 

Phone: 301-314-7225 

Web. www.CareerCenter.umd.edu 

3100 Hornboke Library, South Wing 

Computer Services (GIT) 

Phone: 301-405-1500 
Fax: 301-405-0300 
Web: www.helpdesk.umd.edu 
1 400 Computer and Space 
Sciences Building 



www.summer.umd.edu 



Conferences & Visitor Services 

Phone: 301-314-7884 
Fax: 301-314-6693 
Web: www.umd.edu/cvs 
0101 Annapolis Hall 

Counseling Center 

Phone: 301-314-7651 
Fax 301-314-9206 
Web: www.umd.edu/cc 
Shoemaker Building 

Dining Services 

Phone: 301-314-8054 
Fax: 301-314-9764 
Email: umfood@dining.umd.edu 
Web: wv-fw.dining. umd.edu 
1 1 50 South Campus Dining Hall 

Disability Support Services 
(Counseling Center) 

Phone: 301-314-7682 
Web: www.umd.edu/cc 
01 26 Shoemaker Building 

Financial Aid 

Phone: 301 -314-9000 or 

888-313-2404 

Fax: 301-314-9587 

E-mail: billtalk@accmail.umd.edu 

Web: www.umd.edu/fin 

1 135 Lee Building 

Health Services 

University Health Center 
Phone: 301-314-8180 
Fax: 301-314-7845 
E-mail: health@umail.umd.edu 
Web: www.health.umd.edu 

Housing, Off-Campus 

Phone: 301-314-3645 
Fax: 301-314-9874 
E-mail: ach@accmail.umd.edu 
Web: www.cacs.umd.edu/och 
1110 Stamp Student Union 



Housing, On-Campus - 
Department of Resident Life 

Phone: 301-314-2100 
E-mail: reslife@accmail.umd.edu 
Web: wvi^w.resnet.umd.edu 
1102 Annapolis Hall 

Housing for 
Special Programs 

pee Conference and 
Visitors Services) 
Special Programs include the 
Young Scholars Program. The 
Arts! at Maryland, and the 
Intensive Language Institute. 

International Education 
Services 

Phone: 301-314-7740 
Fax:301-314-9347 
E-mail: iesadv@deans.umd.edu 
Web: www.umd.edu/ies 
31 16 Mitchell Building 

Learning Assistance Service 
(Counseling Center) 

Phone: 301-314-7693 
Web: www.umd.edu/cc 
2201 Shoemaker Building 

Libraries 

Phone: 301-405-0800 
Fax: 301-405-9191 
Web: wv/w.lib. umd.edu 

Recreation Services, 
Campus 

Phone: 301-226-4400 
Fox: 301-226-4455 
Web: www.crs.umd.edu 
1115 Campus Recreation Center 

Re-enrollment 

Phone:301-314-8382 

Fax:301-314-9693 

E-mail: rr-admit@deans.umd.edu 

01 17 Mitchell Building 



Registrar 

Phone: 301-314-8240 
Fax: 301-314-9568 
E-mail: testudo@accmail.umd.edu 
Web: virww.testuda.umd.edu 
Mitchell Building, First Floor 

Religious Services 

The university has 1 4 chaplaincies. 
Many are housed in Memorial 
Chapel and some provide services 
at orf-campus houses of worship. 
For more information, please 
contact the chaplain's office ot 
301 -405-8443 or visit 
www.chapel.umd.edu/chaplains. 

Stamp Student Union and 
Campus Programs 

Phone: 301-314-3375 
Fox: 301-314-7026 
Web: www.union.umd.edu 
1 1 20 Adele Stamp Student Union 

Study Abroad 

Phone: 301-314-7746 
Fax: 301-3214-9347 
Email: studyabr@deans.umd.edu 
Web: www.umd.edu/studyabroad 
31 25 Mitchell Building 

Transfer Credit Evaluation Center 

Phone: 301-314-8240 
E-mail: tccinfo@deans.umd.edu 
Web: www.tce.umd.edu 
Mitchell Building, First Floor 

Transportation Services & 
Shuttle UM 

Phone:301-314-PARK 

Fax:301-314-9779 

Web: www.transportation.umd.edu 

202 Regents Drive Garage Building 

Veterans Affairs 

Phone:301-314-8239 
Mitchell Building, First Floor 



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HIGHLIGHTS FOR SUMMER SESSIONS 2004 



PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS 

FOR SUMMER SESSIONS 2004 

We invite you to browse our 
special courses, workshops and 
institutes offered tfiis summer at 
www.summer.umd.edu/highlights. You 
will find an exciting array of select 
course offerings highlighted by our 
academic departments that may be of 
special interest to you. We're looking 
forward to a summer of special 
programs that will introduce new and 
visiting students to our amazing 
campus, offering credit courses to rising 
high school juniors and seniors, those 
seeking intensive language programs, 
professional development opportunities 
for teachers and administrators, 
programs for children and adolescents, 
as well as our newest program in the 
performing arts, visual arts and creative 
writing. The Arts! at Maryland. 

YOUNG SCHOLARS PROGRAM 

Developed specifically for highly 
motivated, successful rising high school 
juniors and seniors, the exclusive three- 
week summer program is a great way 
for students to test their academic 
interests, learn about campus life, study 
with the university's best and brightest, 
get a jump on their college career and 
even make new friends. The 2004 
Young Scholars Program runs from July 
11th to July 31st. 

As a young scholar, students choose 
one college-level, three-credit course. 
These courses are designed as an 
introduction to a particular field of 
study — giving students the opportunity 
to explore career opportunities through 
field trips and guest speakers. The 
credit classes will appear on an official 
University of Maryland transcript. 



YSP 2004 courses include: 

ARCH 150 Introduction to Architecture: 

Discovering Architecture 
ASTR 1 00 Introduction to Astronomy 
BSCI 279K Modem Biology-The 

Science Behind the 

Headlines 
CIAS 1 00 Classical Foundations 
EDUC 289A 21 st Century Leaming 

Environments: Students, 

Learning, and Technology 
ENES 1 00 Introduction to Engineering 

Design 
ENGL 278 Shakespeare in the 

Renaissance 
HIST 219 American History as 

Viewed Through Music 
GEOG 398 Satellites, Technology, and 

Global Change 
GVPT 289A International Political 

Relations (ICONS) 
KNES 289M Introduction to Kinesiology: 

Discover Kinesiology 
MATH 1 99 Games, Game Theory, and 

the Theory of Games 

The Young Scholars Program 
Payment Deadlines 

If you register before June 7, 2004 your 
payment is due in full by June 21 , 2004. 
If you register on or after June 7, 2004 your 
payment is due in full by July 6, 2004. 

Check the summer Web site at 

www.summer.umd.edu/youngscholars 

to get complete information 

about the program. 

Applications will be accepted beginning 

February 1 6, 2004 and courses are 

expected to fill quickly! 



THE ARTS! AT MARYLAND 

The Arts! at Maryland is a world-class 
performing arts, visual arts and creative 
writing program for qualified students 
who are highly motivated, passionate 
about the arts, and thrive in an 
energetic environment. The program 
offers three-credit courses in creative 
writing, dance, music, theatre and 
visual arts. This program runs June 20- 
July 10, and is open to high school 
juniors and seniors and college 
freshmen and sophomores. 

The Arts! at Maryland Overview: 

• Provides three-weeks of rigorous 
instruction to talented artists and writers 

• Emphasizes excellence in artistic and 
academic achievement 

• Offers classes and workshops with 
professional artists to enhance the 
learning experience 

• Gives all students an interdisciplinary 
exposure that explores lighting, 
sound, presentation, movement, 
visual illustration, and other arts- 
related topics 

• Culminates in a final, performance, 
presentation, and exhibit 

Focused dancers, musicians, actors, 
writers and visual artists will: 

• Hone their craft in superb facilities 

• Earn three college credits 

• Discover the independence of college 
life at the University of Maryland 

• Live in a residence hall with fellow 
artists or opt to commute from home 

Arts! at Maryland 
Payment Deadlines 

If you register before May 5, 2004 your 
payment is due in full by May 20, 2004. 
If you register on or after May 5, 2004 your 
payment is due in full by June 1 5, 2004. 

To find out more information, visit 
www.summer.umd.edu/arts. 

Applications will be accepted beginning 

February 1 6, 2004 and courses ore 

expected to fill quickly! 



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INTENSIVE LANGUAGE INSTITUTE 

The Intensive Language Institute offers 
four exciting language programs Arabic, 
Hebrew, Italian, and Spanisfi — tfiat fias 
you conversant in just eight weeks. The 
institute is designed to: introduce students 
to the language or enhance comprehen- 
sion; prepare students for further study or 
travel; improve intercultural skills; help 
with research needs; enhance profession- 
al development goals; or satisfy an inter- 
est in one's heritage. The institute focuses 
on language study four days a week and 
one day a week on cultural enrichment, 
taking advantage of metropolitan 
Washington, D.C.'s rich cultural 
resources. Enrollment is open to profes- 
sionals, college shjdents, advanced high 
school students and other members of the 
community. Prior knowledge of the lan- 
guage is not requirecf. 

Objectives 

The institute is designed to enable stu- 
dents to read, write, and communicate 
with native speakers equivalent to one 
year of college-level language study. 
Furthermore, through an intensive focus 
on cultural enrichment, students gain an 
understanding of literary and cultural tra- 
ditions. Successful completion means 8 to 
1 2 semester hours of college credit, satis- 
fying the language requirement for non- 
native speakers at many colleges and uni- 
versities, including the University of 
Maryland. Learning takes place in a stu- 
dent-centered environment where the lan- 
guage is taught intensively and where stu- 
dents receive individual attention. 

Insritute Overview 

• Eight-week program designed to 
enable students to read, write, and 
communicate with native speakers 
equivalent to one year of college- 
level language study. 

• Chose from Arabic, Hebrew, Italian, 
or Spanish. 

• Language study classes held 
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and 
Friday, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

• Cultural enrichment class held 
Wednesday, 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 
includes film viewings, workshops 
and discussions, introduction to 



foods and the cultural arts, visits to 
places of worship, bookstores, and 
cultural centers, and meetings with 
faculty, journalists, and Washington- 
area community leaders. 

• Commitment to, attendance at and 
participation in the entire eight- 
week session is required. 

• Class size is limited to allow for an 
optimal learning environment. 

To learn more, visit 
www.summer.umd.edu/inten$ivelanguage. 

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 
OPPORTUNITIES FOR TEACHERS 
AND ADMINISTRATORS 

Maryland ArtisMeacher Insritute 
(MAT!) I (For firshrime participants) 
Maryland ArrisMeacher Institute 
(MAT!) II (For participants who have 
completed MATI I) 
Earn 3 University of Maryland 
Graduate Credits 

Maryland Arfist-Teacher Institute (MATI): 
Making Connections, Designing and 
Implementing Arts-Integrated Curriculum. 
Established in 1 994, MATI is a profes- 
sional development program for 
teachers and school administrators. In 
Summer 2004, qualified participants 
who register for EDCI788F have the 
opportunity to earn 3 University of 
Maryland graduate credits for 
successful completion of the course. 
Registration is restricted to participants 
who have been chosen by the Maryland 
Artist-Teacher Institute. 

At MATI I and II, teachers and adminis- 
trators attend performances, lectures, 
discussions, and hands-on workshops 
exploring the various roles of different 
art forms in teaching and learning. 
Dance, music, theatre, visual arts, and 
creative writing are discussed as 
separate content areas and participants 
explore how the arts can be integrated 
with other academic subjects. In 
addition, the interrelation of different 
arts disciplines is examined, along with 
how they impact children's motivation, 
learning, comprehension, development 
of critical thinking, and mastery of 
problem-solving skills. 

For more information about the 
credit option and AAATI, please visit 
vyww.summer.umd.edu/educators. 



PROGRAMS FOR YOUTH 

Everything you need for a fun-filled 
summer is right here. The University of 
Maryland offers fun and learning for 
children and adolescents. Whether it's 
shooting a three-pointer, finding out that 
physics can be fun or writing a headline 
for a student newspaper, a full range of 
activities to engage the interest of 
any child is available on campus this 
summer. All of our instructors are fully 
qualified and many classes use the 
university's state-of-the-art sports, 
education and physical activity facilities. 

From academics to sports, physical and 
mental health programs to childcare, 
arts and recreation, we offer a wide 
variety of programs. We invite you to 
explore our summer Programs for Youth 
web site containing the most current 
program information. 



Please visit us at 

www.summer.umd.edu 

and click on Programs For Youth 

for registration deadlines 

and contact information. 



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ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION 



REGISTRATION AND APPLICATION PROCESS 

We try our best to make your summer experience as carefree 

OS possible. The steps below will take you through the 

application process, registration, bill payment, policies and 

deadlines. They may not apply to everyone, but please check 

to be sure you are prepared to register. 

You can also find complete information on our web site at 

www.summerumd.edu/application. 



CONTACT SPOC (SINGLE POINT OF CONTACT) 

On the web: www.summerumd.edu/SPOC 

By email: summer@umail.umd.edu 

By phone: 1 -877-989-SPOC or 301-314-3572 

By fax: 301-314-1282 

In person or by mail: Mitchell Building, first floor 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW TO REGISTER FOR SUMiVIER 2004. 

^^^ Detailed explanations and more information about each step in the process follow: 

^^fl_petermine your eligibility 

Apply on the web or by mail 

check and resolve any registration blocks and make advising appointment if necessary 
Iheck course availability 
Obtain special permissions if required 
Register for courses 
Submit bill payment 
After you register: purchase text books, receive ID Card, purchase a parking permit. 



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STEP 2: 
STEP 3: 
STEP 4: 



STEP 7:1 
STEP 8: 



STEP 1: 
DETERMINE 
YOUR ELIGIBILITY 



The application process for summer session's 
is quick and easy. If you are currently 
enrolled at University of Maryland, College 
Park for the spring 2004 semester, are a 
newly admitted graduate or undergraduate 
College Pork student for Fall 2004, or are a 



current University System of Maryland 
Graduate student you con register for 
summer 2004. Go to Step 3 
Note: If you ore a graduate student at 
another University System of Maryland 
institution, you do not need to apply, but 
must submit an inter-campus registration 
form, available at your school. It must be 



authorized by your home campus and by 
the University of Maryland, College Park 
Office of the Registrar 
All other students must complete 
the appropriate application for 
admission and be admitted to the 
university. If you hove any questions, 
please contact SPOC. 



APPLY TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND FOR SUMMER COURSES IF YOU FIT INTO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING GROUPS: 



Visiting undergraduate student 
Visiting graduate student 
Former College Pork student 
(if you did not attend during Spring 2004) 
College graduate 
High School graduate 



Current high school student 
(Junior or Senior in 2004-2005) 
Prospective College Park Student 
Summer institute student 
New Golden ID student 



Advanced Special Student 
(non-degree post-baccalaureate student) 

Transient graduate student 
If you do not fit into one of the categories 
above, please contact SPOC for assistance at 
I -877-989-SFOC or 301-31 4-3572. 



Visiting College Students, College 
Graduates and High School 
Graduates If you are a student from 
another college or university, you must be in 
good academic standing at that institution to 
be admitted to summer sessions. It is your 
responsibility to ensure that the courses you 
take at the University of Maryland, College 
Pork may be transferred to your degree 
program at your home institution. If you ore 
a college graduate, you may enroll in 
undergraduate courses without further 
clearance or advising. If you are a high 
school graduate, you must have earned a 
grade point overage of 2.0 or better to be 
admitted to summer sessions. It is 
recommended that you submit your 
registration form with your application 
materials. 



Visiting Graduate Students If you ore 

a graduate student at a university or college 
outside the University System of Maryland, 
you are considered a visiting graduate 
student. Transcripts are not required, but a 
letter stating you ore in good academic 
standing and that the courses taken at the 
University of Maryland will be transferred to 
your home institution must be signed by your 
dean or registrar's office and submitted via 
fax, surface mail or in person. 

Current High School Students 
(Concurrent Enrollment, The Arts! at 
Maryland or the Young Scholars 
Program) You must be entering your 
junior or senior year in fall 2004 and must 
have earned a grade point average of 3.0 
or better High school students applying to 
The Arts! at Maryland or the Young Scholars 
Program will complete either The Arts! at 



Maryland or the Young Scholars Program 
application available at www.summerumd. 
edu/*. High school students who ore not 
registering for either program cannot 
register for 3-V/eek Sessions l-A, l-B, ll-C 
and ll-D. Complete the regular application 
for admission to apply for concurrent 
admission status for 6-week sessions I and II. 
'Please note that applications for either The 
Arts! at Maryland or the Young Scholars 
Program will not be evaluated until 
transcripts and the letter of recommendation 
ore received. Applications for The Arts! at 
Maryland or the Young Scholars Program 
can also be printed and mailed to SPOC. 



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ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION 



Golden ID Students The University of 
Maryland Golden Identification Program 
mokes courses and services available to 
persons wfio are 60 years of age or older who 
are legal residents of Maryland and who are 
retired (not employed more than 20 
hours/week). Apply for undergraduate courses 
by completing a Visiting Undergraduate 
Summer Student Application 2004, indicating 
in question 1 1 that you are applying as a 
Golden ID student. Submit it to SPOC with your 
non-refundable $50 application-processing 
fee. If you plan to register for the Fall 2004 
semester, please complete the standard (non- 
visiting) application for admission. 
After your application has been processed, you 
will receive instructions on how to register. You 
may begin registering on the first day of 
classes, and may register for up to two courses 
per session, when space is available. You must 
meet all of the courses' prerequisites and co- 
requisites. Golden ID students are not eligible 
(or consortium classes. Tuition charges are 
waived, but you ore responsible for the 
mandatory fees. Your Golden ID registration 
entitles you to use the libraries and certain non- 
academic services. For more information, 
please contact the Golden ID Coordinator, 
1113 Mitchell Building, 301 -31 4-821 9. 
Former University of Maryland, College 
Park Students If you are a former 
Maryland student who attended in a prior 
term as a visiting student, you must re-apply 
for admission as a visiting student and pay 
ttie application-processing fee. 
If you attended AAaryland in a past fall 
or spring semester but did not attend spring 
semester 2004, contact the Office 
of Reenrollment, 0117 Mitchell Building, 
301-314-8382. 

Prospective Degree Students The 
University of Maryland formally admits 
undergraduate students for the fall and 
spring semesters only. If you have not been 
formally admitted to a degree program at 
Maryland and wish to take a course during 
summer sessions, follow the instructions for 
visiting students. If you have been formally 
accepted into a degree program at 
Maryland for the fall 2004, you are eligible 
to register for summer without applying for 
admission to summer sessions. 
Institute Students Institute students must 
comply with requirements stated in the 
literature published about the institute in 
which they are enrolling. 



Advanced Special Students (non-degree 
seeking, post-baccalaureate students) If 

you wish to earn graduate credit without 
enrolling in a degree program and do not 
qualify for admission as a visiting student, 
you must apply (checking the "Advanced 
Special Student" box on the application), 
pay the non-refundable $50 application- 
processing fee and meet one of the three 
following criteria (verifiable by an official 
transcript): 

• Hold baccalaureate degree from a 
regionally accredited institution with an 
overall "B" (3.0) average. 

• Hold a master's or doctoral degree from a 

regionally accredited institution. 

• Hold a baccalaureate degree from a 
regionally accredited institution and, 
within the last five years, have taken 
either the Graduate Record Examination 
(GRE) (required minimum score: 1 020 on 
the combined Verbal and Quantitative 
sections), the Graduate Management 
Admissions Test (GMAT) (required 
minimum score; 500) or the Miller's 
Analogies Test (MAT) (required score: 
51 ). Original test scores must be attached 
to the application or sent from the testing 
agency to the Office of Graduate 
Admissions. 

If you have previously enrolled as an 
Advanced Special Student, your graduate 
application is valid for five years from the 
semester or Summer Session for which you 
originally enrolled. Otherwise, you must 
submit another application, although you 
are not required to pay another application- 
processing fee. 



STEP 2: 

IF NECESSARY, APPLY 

ON THE WEB OR BY MAIL 



Complete the applicable forms found in the 
center of this schedule of classes or for on-line 
forms visit www.summer.umd.edu/forms. 
Forms for Summer 2004 include: 

• Visiting Undergraduate application 

• Visiting Graduate & Advanced 

Special Student Application 

• Summer Course Registration form 

• Estimated Billing form 

• Permission to Transfer Credit form 



Admission deadlines: 

via mail via web or 
or fax in-person- 

Session I & l-A May 21 May 28 

Session l-B June 1 4 June 1 8 

Session II & ll-C July 1 July 9 

Session ll-D July 23 July 30 

Application processing fee: The application 
processing fee for all students is $50 

In-state Status for Admission and Tuition: 
Procedures and Deadlines 

Review the Policy on Student Classification for 
Admission, Tuition and Charge-Differential at 
www.testudo.umd.edu/rco/policy.html. To 
determine in-state eligibility complete the 
Residency Questionnaire section of the 
undergraduate or graduate admission 
application and submit all documents by the 
last day of schedule adjustment for the 
appropriate Summer Session. Deadlines are 
listed below: 

Session 1-A June 3 

Session I June 7 

Session l-B June 23 

Session ll-C July 1 4 

Session II July 1 6 

Session ll-D August 4 
Once you are admifted: 
An email/surface mail admission acknowl- 
edgement will be sent. Once this is received, 
follow the steps below to register. Please 
keep your personal contact information 
current. Updates can be made at 
www.testudo. umd.edu/apps/saddr, by fax 
(301-314-1282) or by mail to the Office of 
the Registrar, 1108 Mitchell Building, 
University of Maryland, College Pork, MD 
20742 



SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 

The University of Maryland uses an 
individual's social security number as 
fiis or hier identification number for 
University records. If a student does not 
wish to use a social security number for 
this purpose, they may visit their 
respective admissions office (Graduate 
- 2nd flexor of the Lee Building, or 
Undergraduate - ground floor of the 
Mitchell Building) to request a 
University-assigned ID number. The 
University will then assign its own 
number ror record keeping purposes. 



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ADMISSION AND REGISTRATION 



STEP 3: 

CHECK AND RESOLVE 

ANY REGISTRATION BLOCKS 



MAKE ADVISING APPOINTMENT 
IF NECESSARY Use Testudo to find out if you 
fiove advising, academic or financial blocks. 
Go to www.testudo.umd.edu on the web 
then click on "records and registration" then 
"appointment and registration status." Any 
outstanding blocks will be displayed. 
Advising is required for some students and 
highly recommended for all students. Prior 
to registering, advising is mandatory for 
students in certain majors, students on 
academic probation or dismissal, student 
athletes, AAP students, lA students and 
students who need to fulfill fundamental 
studies requirements. Set up an appointment 
to see an advisor as soon as possible. For 
financial blocks contact the Financial 
Services Center in Room 1 1 35 Lee Building; 
301-314-9000 or 888-313-2404. All 
blocks must be cleared before you will be 
permitted to register. 



STEP 4: 
CHECK 
COURSE AVAILABILITY 



There are several tools available to assist 
you with planning your schedule and 
checking course availability: 

• Use the course listings in this booklet, 

• Venus at www.testudo.umd.edu; click on 
records and registration, then VENUS 

• Testudo at wv/w.testudo. umd.edu; click 
on Schedule of Classes then the 
appropriate term 



STEP 5: 

OBTAIN SPECIAL 
PERMISSIONS 



Some courses have specific requirements, 
prerequisites or require special permission. 
All special permissions and advising 
requirements must be met prior to 
registering. Colleges and departments can 
grant special permissions electronically; 
however, after receiving permission, you 
must still officially register for the course. 
Course restrictions: check the course listing 
in this Schedule or at www.testudo.umd.edu 
("Schedule of Classes" then appropriate 
term). Courses with "Perm Req" to the left of 
the course listing require special permission 
from the department offering the course 
prior to registration. 



Actions requiring College approval: 

Exceptions to any of the restrictions listed 
below require college approval prior to 
registering. 

Maximum credit limit 

CORE restrictions 

Graduate level courses 

Time conflicts 

Pass/Fail grading method 

Reregistering for the same course 



STEP 6: 
REGISTER 
FOR COURSES 



You may register for summer courses 

beginning February 23, 2004. 

There are three ways to register for summer 

courses. If you are not a current University of 

Maryland student, see step 1 for admission 

information. 

• Register on the web at 
www.testudo.umd.edu/apps/dropadd 

• Mail or fax the Summer Course 
Registration forms in the center of this 
booklet. Mail and fax information is 
listed on page 1 2. 

• Register in person Monday through 
Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 
the Office of the Registrar, first floor 
Mitchell Building. 

Please note: Registration is not official until 
payment is made in full. If you register, and 
later decide not to attend the university, you must 
cancel your registration. Requests for cancel- 
lation must be received by SPOC in writing prior 
to the first day of the summer session. See 
cancellation information on page 1 5. 
Registration deadlines: There is a $20 late 
fee for registrations initiated after a specific 
date. To avoid this late fee, register prior to 
the dates below: 



Session 1 and l-A 


May 28 


Session l-B 


June 18 


Session II and ll-C 


July 9 


Session ll-D 


July 30 



Schedule Adjustment: Schedule adjustments 
can be made by using any of the three 
registration methods above. Students must 
make schedule adjustments in accordance with 
university deadlines. The last day of schedule 
adjustment for summer sessions is as follows: 

Session i-A June 3 

Session I June 7 

Session l-B June 23 

Session ll-C July 1 4 

Session II July 1 6 

Session ll-D August 4 

Questions? Email SPOC at 

summer@umail.umd.edu or call 

1-877-989-SPOC or 301-314-3572 



STEP 7: 
SUBMIT 
BILL PAYMENT 



To determine the amount owed go to 
v/ww.summerumd.edu/SPOC and click on 
Estimate Your Summer Bill or complete the 
Estimated Billing Form in the forms section in 
the center of this booklet. Bill payment due 
dates are determined by the date of a 
student's initial registration. Drop/add 
activity after a student's initial registration 
will not result in a new payment deadline. 
Use the chart below to determine the due 
date for Summer 2004 tuition and fees: 

Registered BUI due 

February 23rd - March 23rd April 20th 

March 24th - April 23rd May 20th 

April 24th -May 23rd June 21st 

May 24th - June 23rd July 21st 

June 24th - July 3rd August 2nd 

After July 3rd August 6th 

Pay tuition and fees: 

Web www.summer.umd.edu. 

Click on SPOC, then 

Pay Your Bill Online 

Use credit card or check 
Phone 301 -31 4-9000 or 

1-888-313-2404 
Fax 301-314-9098 
Mail Office of the Bursar, 

University of Moryland, 

1 1 35 Lee Building 

College Park, MD 20742 
In person Room 1 1 1 5 Lee Building 
For tuition rates, financial aid, refund 
schedule and other payment information see 
page 1 7. 

Note: The Arts! at Maryland and the Young 
Scholars Program do not follow this schedule 
of due dates. Please see page 10 for more 
information 



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REGISTRATION POLICIES, CANCELLATION, WAITLIST INFORMATION 



STEP 8: 

AFTER 

YOU REGISTER 



Purchase text books: Check www. 
summer.umd.edu/schedule, locate the course 
and then click on books for a list of required 
texts. Books can be purchased at the 
University Book Center in the Stamp Student 
Union, at the Maryland Book Exchange in 
College Park, or at any other textbook store 
or online vendor 

Receive ID Card: ID cards are moiled to 
students who register prior to May 8th. 
Students registering after this dote may pick 
up a summer ID cord at the Office of the 
Registrar customer service counter on the first 
floor of the Mitchell Building. 
Purchase Parking Permit: Current 
students note that annual student permits 
purchased during the 2003-2004 academic 
year with on expiration dote of August 20, 
2004 are valid during the summer sessions. 
These permits, regardless of the lot 
designation shown on the front of the permit, 
are valid in parking area(s) 1 , 2, 4, 5, 6,7, 
9, 1 1, and 16. Students who do not have a 
permit should visit www.summer.umd.edu/forms 
for permit application and parking fee 
information! 

Cancellation of Registration 

Students wfio register and decide not to 
attend summer sessions must cancel 
their registration in writing prior to the 
first day of classes to receive a 100% 
refund. Cancellations must be received 
in writing by SPOC (first floor Mitchell 
Building) by the dates listed below. 
Failure to cancel registration will result 
in a financial obligation to the university 
even though the student does not attend 
class. Note that cancellations are not 
permitted after the first day of classes. 
Withdrawals can be processed after this 
time, and a percentage of tuition is 
assessed. (See information below after 
the first day of classes for drop and 
withdrawal information.) 

Last day to Cancel 
Registration with 1 00% refund 



SSI 


May 28 


SSi-A 


May 28 


SSI-B 


June 18 


SSII 


July 9 


SSII-C 


July 9 


SSIi-D 


July 30 



Dropping Courses for students 
registered for more than one course 
per summer session. Students who 
are registered for more than one course 
per summer session and wish to drop 
one of their courses, must process the 
drop prior to the first day of classes to 
receive a 1 00% refund, and by the end 
of the schedule adjustment period for a 
70% refund. 

Students with more than one course per 
summer session who drop one of the 
courses after the end of the schedule 
adjustment period, must do so by the 
dates in the 3rd column below. These 
students are not eligible for any tuition 
refund, and a "W" notation will be 
recorded on their transcript. 
Drops can be processed at wvvav. 
testudo.umd.edu, or in person at the 
Office of the Registrar, first floor Mitchell 
Building, Monday through Friday from 
8:30 a.m. -4:30 p.m. 

Lost day to drop a single course with 

1 00% Last day to 0% refund & 
refund DROP with drop with 
70% refund mark of "W" 
SSI May 28 June 7 June 28 

SSI-A May 28 June 3 June 1 1 

SSI-B June 18 June 23 July 9 

SSII July 9 July 16 August 6 
SSII-C July 9 July 14 July 22 

SSII-D July 30 August 4 August 1 2 
Please note: If you are only registered 
for one course and choose to drop it 
after classes begin, this is considered a 
withdrawal from the university and will 
be recorded on your academic 
transcript. See Withdrawal information 
in next column. 

Late Registration A $20 late 
registration fee will be assessed for 
registrations initiated on or after the first 
day of classes for each summer session. 
During late registration, all tuition, fees 
and outstanding balances must be paid 
at the time of registration. 



"Non-Standard Course" Registration 

During the normal registration periods 
for each session, you may register for 
courses that vary in beginning dates 
from summer sessions' starting dates. 
Courses varying in length from the 
regular summer session will have late 
registration, schedule adjustment and 
other dates adjusted proportionately to 
the length of the course. Contact SPOC 
at 5ummer@umail.umd.edu or 1-877- 
989-SPOC or 301-314-3572 for 
specific dates and terms. 

Withdrawal from the University 

Students who wish to terminate their 
registration (withdraw from all summer 
courses) after the first day of classes, 
must process a withdrawal from the 
university. Withdrawal is effective on 
the date the form is filed with the Office 
of the Registrar. Withdrawal forms are 
available at their office, located on the 
first floor of the Mitchell Building or fax 
a letter of withdrawal to the Office of 
the Registrar at 301 -31 4-9568. 

Last day to withdraw from all courses with 
70% 50% 20% 

refund refund refund 

SSI June 7 June 14 June 21 
SSI-A June 3 June 7 n/a 

SSI-B June 23 June 25 n/a 

SSII July 16 July 23 July 30 
SSII-C July 14 July 16 n/a 

SSII-D August 4 August 6 n/o 

Notes: 

• If you are registered for only one 
summer session course and choose to 
drop it after classes begin, this is 
considered a withdrawal from the 
university and will be recorded on the 
academic transcript. 

• Withdrawals from workshops or 
institutes must be made prior to the first 
meeting in order to receive a refund. 

• Degree seeking students at the 
University of Maryland may wish to 
consult the new withdrawal policy at 
www. testudo. umd. edu/soc/absence. html. 



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Schedule of Classes - Summer 2004 . 15 



WAITLIST, HOLD FILE AND STUDENT HONOR PLEDGE 



WAITLIST 

The waitlist is a roster of students 
waiting for a seat to become available 
in a closed/filled course. The waitlist 
stores names in order of request and 
allows access to seats as drops are 
processed. If a waitlist is available, it 
will be offered when you attempt to odd 
a closed course. If you select the waitlist 
option, you will be placed on the waitlist 
for a closed section and for up to five 
additional sections if they are available. 

• Not all departments offer waitlists. It 
is the decision of the department 
whether to offer a waitlist. 

• To be eligible for the waitlist, you 
cannot be registered for any other 
section of the desired course. 

• You may select to be waitlisted for 
up to six sections of a course. The 
first section to become available will 
be assigned to you. Since you will 
then be registered for a section, your 
name will be removed from all other 
waitlisted sections of the course. 

• Time conflicts and excessive credit 
load violations that might result from 
receiving a course from the waitlist 
must be resolved by the student. 



• Once you ore registered in a course 
for which you were waitlisted, it 
becomes part of your schedule and 
you become responsible for the 
tuition charge. 

Waitlist Check-in: 

Check-in is required on the first day of 
classes and each day thereafter until 
the waitlist closes. 

Students can check their waitlist status 
in two ways: 

1 . On the Web: www.testudo.umd.edu 
Select "Records and Registration" 
and then "Waitlist Check-in." Keep 
your confirmation number for your 
records. 

2. In person: Visit SPOC at the 
Registrar's Customer Service 
Counter, Mitchell Building, First 
Floor, Monday- Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 
4:30 p.m. 



Hold File 

The hold file is a roster of students who 
do not meet the departmental 
restrictions of a particular course. The 
course may hove seats available, 
however students who do not meet the 
criterion established by the department 
for that course must be placed on the 
hold file. In courses with a hold file, 
students on the waitlist receive priority 
consideration over those on the hold 
file, because these students meet the 
department requirements for the course. 
Students will not be considered for 
placement into the course until the first 
day of classes. At this time, if space is 
available, the students will be moved 
into the class when they check-in on the 
waitlist. If no space is available, the 
hold file will be placed on the end of the 
waitlist. Students on the hold file must 
check-in on the first day of classes, and 
then daily, to remain on the hold file. 
Students may check their hold file 
progress by visiting www.testudo. 
umd.edu and selecting "Records and 
Registrations", then "Waitlist Check-In". 



TO COLLEGE PARK STUDENTS: ,„n heb shape it Students at many leading 

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Smment Association. The Honor Pbdge '^X::; el^a's^^^^^^^^^ no? specifically exempted by the 
by hand and sign on examinations, papers, or other 
I instructor. The Pledge reads: „.,fUnrized assistance on this 

, pledge on my honor that 1 have not given or received any unauthorized 
I assignment/examination. , j "scontron" sheets. We urge you to write 

I directed to me at honor@accmail.umd.edu 

II Sincerely, 

I Student Honor Council 



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FINANCIAL INFORMATION 



TUITION AND FEES 

Tuition 

Undergraduate, Maryland Resident 

$258.00 per credit hour' 
Undergraduate, out-of-state 

$439.00 per credit hour* 
Graduate, Maryland Resident 

$384.00 per credit hour* 
Graduate, out-of-state 

$586.00 per credit hour* 
Mandatory Service Fee** 

$1 76.00 per session* 
Mandatory Service Fee at 
the Universities at Shady Grove 

Please visit www.summer.umd.edu/tuition 

for fee inhrmafion 

Housing See page 21 for on-campus 

housing charges 

Parking $38.00 Communter 

$78.00 Resident 
Application $50.00 
Notes: *Tuition and fees are subject to 
change. "Mandatory fees will be 
assessed one time for courses taken 
within each two, six-week summer 
sessions. (If a student registers for one 
course in a six-week summer session 
and another course is a three-week 
session that falls within that six-week 
session, they will pay the mandatory fee 
only one time). 

Mandatory fees pay for summer 
support services including campus 
facilities use and maintenance, health 
services, recreation center, shuttle bus, 
libraries, police, Center for Learning 
and Education Technology, Writing 
Center, computer usage (Unix and 
workstation labs), language labs and 
disability support services. 

Special course fees 

Note that the university offers a number 
of courses (MBA, ENTS, Life Sciences) 
that have special course fees in addition 
to, or in lieu of, the standard tuition 
charges. Students considering a course 
with a special charge are encouraged 
to contact that department prior to 
registering for the class to determine the 
total cost of the course. 
Visit www.summer.umd.edu/tuition for a 
complete list of summer tuition and fees 



Billing 

Upon registering you incur a financial 
obligation to the University of 
Maryland. Billing reminders will be sent 
via e-mail. Please make sure the Office 
of the Registrar has a current e-mail 
address on file. You can update your 
contact information at v*Avw.testudo. 
umd.edu/apps/saddr or by faxing any 
changes to 301-314-1282. Each 
billing reminder will include a payment 
deadline. Failure to make payment by 
the deadline will result in a financial 
charge of 1 .5% per month and 
will result in cancellation of your 
registration. Your account balance is 
updated daily; for online viewing see 
www.testudo.umd.edu/apps/saracct. 

Due Dates 

Bill payment due dates are determined 
by the date of a student's initial 
registration. Drop/add activity after a 
student's initial registration will not result 
in a new payment deadline. Please use 
the following chart to determine when 
summer 2004 tuition and fees are due: 
Registered Bill due 

February 23rd - March 23rd April 20th 

March 24th - April 23rd May 20th 

April 24th -May 23rd June 21st 

May 24th - June 23rd July 21st 

June 24th - July 3rd August 2nd 

After July 3rd August 6th 



CONTACT FINANCIAL 
AID 

Online at 
www.umd.edu/fin/ 

• Check your loan status 

• Check your bill 
• Complete your loan 

entrance interview 
• Find a workstudy job 

• Search for scholarships 

THE FEDERAL PROCESSOR MUST 
RECEIVE YOUR FAFSA FOR MAXI- 
MUM CONSIDERATION FOR 2004 

STATE AND INSTITUTIONAL AID 



Hov^ to Pay 

Pay your bill by credit card (Visa, 
MasterCard or Discover), or by check or 
money order (payable to the University 
of Maryland for the exact amount due). 
Please write your student ID number on 
all checks and money orders. Use one 
of the payment methods below. 
Web using a credit card or online 
check at www.umd.edu/bursar. 
Click on the blue box 
Fax Pay by credit card and fax 
payment to the Bursar's Office at 
301-314-9098 
Mail Pay by check or money order, or 
provide the requested credit 
card information (name on 
card, card number, expiration 
date) and mail to Office of the 
Bursar, Lee Building, University 
of Maryland, College Park, MD 
20742-5151 
In person 

Pay in the Bursar's Office, Room 
1 1 15 Lee Building. Pay by cash, 
check, money order or credit 
card. The Bursar's Office is open 
Monday- Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 
4:30 p.m. 

Financial Eligibility 

Students who register for Summer 
Sessions 2004 are expected to remain 
financially eligible. Once registered, it is 
the student's responsibility to make 
payment by the appropriate due date. 
Failure to make payment by the due date 
will result in a finance charges and may 
jeopardize your continued enrollment. 
Students who decide not to attend must 
notify the Office of the Registrar to 
request cancellation of enrollment by 
appropriate deadlines to avoid charges 
for summer courses. Failure to attend 
does not waive the financial obligation 
incurred with registration. 
Late payment fee 
Students who fail to pay the balance 
due on their account are subject to a 
1 .5 percent finance charge each month. 
A finance charge of 1 .5 percent will be 
added to all accounts that have not 
been paid by the payment due date 
displayed on the bill. 



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Schedule of Classes - Summer 2004 • 17 



FINANCIAL INFORMATION/REFUNDS/FINANCIAL AID 



Delinquent Accounts 

You will not be able to register unless you 
are in good financial standing with the 
university. Students are encouraged to 
avoid registration delays by assuring that 
charges for library fines, parking 
violation assessments and other penalty 
fees and service charges, are paid in full. 

Upon registering, you incur a 
financial obligation. Failure to 
make payment by the due date 
will result in a finance charge and 
may jeopardize your continued 
enrollment. 

In accordance with state law, the 
university must refer delinquent accounts 
to the State Central Collections Unit in 
Baltimore for collection and legal follow- 
up. Collection charges will be billed to 
the student. Collection costs ore 17 
percent of the bill, plus any attorney 
and/or court cost fees. Maryland law 
allows the Central Collections Unit to 
block issuance of Maryland state 
incomes tax refunds to individuals with 
delinquent accounts. In addition. State 
of Maryland policy stipulates that unpaid 
parking tickets issued on state property 
could result in the withholding of motor 
vehicle tags until paid. The university 
will not confer any diplomas or 
certificates or issue a transcript of record 
to a student who has not made 
satisfactory settlement of her or his 
account. 



REFUNDS 

The university does not automatically 
refund a credit balance. A refund should 
be requested. All payments made by 
cash or check will be refunded by check 
and mailed. Payments made by credit 
card will be refunded by crediting the 
same account that was originally 
charged. Refunds will usually be 
received by the student within three 
weeks from the receipt of the refund 
request. Checks will be made payable to 
the student and sent to the local and/or 
permanent address. They will not be 
mailed to a campus address. 
Summer mandatory fees will be refunded 
at the same percentage as tuition 
refunds. Tuition refunds and the 
percentage of tuition that will be credited 
upon withdrawal from courses or 
dropping a course or courses are listed in 
the refund schedule below. Withdrawals 
from workshops or institutes must be 
made prior to the first meeting in order 
to receive a refund. After the first 
meeting , there will be no refund. 

To request a refund: 

Send a letter requesting a refund by 

email, fax or mail: 

Email: Billtalk@accmail.umd.edu 

Fax:301-314-9098 

Mail: Office of the Bursar, Lee 

Building, University of Maryland 

College Pork, MD 20742-5151 

In person: complete a Request for 

Refund form in the Financial Service 

Center, 1 135 Lee Building. 



SUMMER FINANCIAL AID 

In general, summer financial aid is very 
limited. The university does not receive 
separate allocations of grant, work- 
study or loan funds from the federal or 
state governments for summer financial 
aid. To be eligible for any summer aid, 
you must register for a total of at least 
six credits or 24 graduate units. 
If you have not used oil of your Pell 
Grant or Stafford Loan eligibility from 
the 2003-2004 school year, you may 
be eligible to receive your remaining 
eligibility during the summer. 
To request summer financial aid, you 
must have submitted a 2003-2004 Free 
Application for Federal Student Aid 
(FAFSA) and all other requested 
documents to the Office of Student 
Financial Aid (OFSA). Once you have 
registered for summer, your eligibility 
for financial aid will be determined and 
OSFA will mail or email a summer 
financial aid notification to you. 
If you have any questions about summer 
billing or financial aid, please contact 
the Financial Service Center at 
billtalk@accmail.umd.edu or 301-314- 
9000 or 1-888-313-2404. 



Refund Schedule 


Session 1 


l-A 


IB 


II 


ll-C 


ll-D 


Last day to cancel 
registration or drop 
a single course with 
100% refund 


May 28 


May 28 


June 1 8 


July 9 


July 9 


July 30 


Lost day to withdraw 
or drop a single course 
with a 70% refund 


June 7 


June 3 


June 23 


July 16 


July 14 


August 4 


Last day to withdraw and 
receive a 50% refund 


June 14 


June 7 


June 25 


July 23 


July 16 


August 6 


Last to withdraw with 
a 20% refund 


June 21 


n/a 


n/a 


July 30 


n/a 


n/a 



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ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND POLICIES 



Credit Hours 

The semester hour is the unit of credit. 
During summer sessions a three-credit 
course may meet five times a week for 
six weeks, with each class period 
meeting for 80 minutes. Courses that 
meet two or three times a week will hove 
longer class sessions. 
Degree seeking University of Maryland, 
College Park students will be given 
credit toward the appropriate degree 
program for satisfactory completion of 
summer courses. Students are 

responsible for determining the applica- 
bility of courses selected, and are urged 
to consult with an academic advisor 
prior to registering for summer courses. 

Academic Dishonest/ 

Academic dishonesty is a serious offense 
that may result in suspension or 
expulsion from the university. The 
normal sanction for academic dishonesty 
is a grade of XF, denoting "failure due to 
academic dishonesty," recorded on the 
student's transcript. 

Audit 

A student may register to audit a course 
or courses if space is available. Tuition 
and fees are the same as if the course is 
taken for credit. The notation "AU" is 
recorded on the transcript for each 
course audited. Courses taken for audit 
are not included in the calculation of 
full/part-time status. 

Pass-Fail Option 

Undergraduate students who hove 
completed 30 or more credit hours with 
a GPA of at least 2.0 (1 5 of which must 
have been completed at the University 
of Maryland, College Park) may register 
on a pass-fail basis if this option is 
offered. Only one course per semester 
or summer session may be taken pass- 
fail. For further information on the pass- 
fail option, see the undergraduate 
catalog or v/ww.testudo. umd.edu/soc/ 
passfail.html 

Visiting students are typically not 
granted permission to take courses with 
a pass-fail grading option. Those who 
are interested in taking a course pass- 
fail should contact their advisor from the 



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home institution. Many institutions will 
not accept transfer courses from another 
institution if they were completed on a 
pass-fail basis. 

The pass-fail grading system is a 
grading option for undergraduates 
only. However, a graduate program 
may, in certain cases, allow a graduate 
student to use the pass-fail option for 
any 100-300 level courses that a 
student takes. Graduate credit may not 
be earned for these courses. For further 
information on the pass-fail option, see 
the graduate catalog. 

Code of Academic Integrity 

All students are expected to adhere to the 
provisions of the Code of Academic 
Integrity as published in the undergraduate 
and graduate catalogs. Copies of the code 
may be obtained from the Student Honor 
Council in Room 2118 Mitchell Building. 
Call 301-314-8450 for more information. 

Degree Candidates 

Students who expect to complete 
requirements for degrees during the 
summer must apply for graduation with 
the Office of the Registrar no later than 
Friday, July 1 4 for degrees to be awarded 
as of August 2004. August graduates are 
invited to participate in the December 
2004 commencement ceremonies, and 
will be listed in that commencement 
program. Diploma applications can be 
processed in two ways. 

1. Use Testudo on the web at 
www.testudo.umd.edu. Select 
Records and Registration Services, 
then Apply for Graduation. 

2. Complete on application at the 
Office of the Registrar, Customer 
Service Counter, first floor lobby, 
Mitchell Building. 

Final Examinations 

All final examinations must be held on 
the last day of class for each summer 
session. No final examination shall be 
given at another time without permission 
of the department choir A final 
examination will be given in every 
undergraduate course. Exceptions may 
be made with the written approval of the 
chair of the department and the dean. 



Full-Time Status 

Undergraduate students: During 
summer sessions, enrollment in a six- 
week session with courses totaling six 
semester hours, or enrollment in a three- 
week accelerated summer session for 
three semester hours, will be defined as 
full-time status for that session. 
Enrollment in six semester hours in each 
of two summer sessions will be defined 
as full-time enrollment for the summer 
Graduate students: Enrollment in 
academic credit totaling 24 graduate 
units is defined as full-time enrollment 
for one summer session. 

Course Number Graduate Unit 

00-399 2 units per credit hour 

400-499 4 units per credit hour 

500-599 5 units per credit hour 

600-898 6 units per credit hour 

799 1 2 units per credit hour 

899 1 8 units per credit hour 

UMEI 005 6 units per credit hour 

UMEI 006 & 008 2 units per credit hour 
UMEI 007 4 units per credit hour 

Notes: 

• Students receiving financial aid 
and/or VA benefits should check 
with the appropriate office to 
determine full-time status. 

• Courses taken for audit are not included 

in the calculation of full-time status. 

Grades 

Grades for Session I and Session II will 
be available approximately one week 
after the end of each session. Sessions I- 
A and l-B grades will be available at the 
same time as Session I grades (approxi- 
mately July 16) and Sessions ll-C and II- 
D grades will be available at the same 
time OS Session II grades (approximately 
August 27). Grades for non-standard 
courses ending after the regular session 
in which they begin will be posted after 
regular session grade reports are 
posted. Grades can be viewed on line at 
www.testudo.umd.edu/apps/grades/. 
Note that grade reports are not automat- 
ically mailed, but can be requested via 
the web. To have a transcript sent to your 
home, institution or elsewhere, submit a 
transcript request. See Official Transcripts 
on page 20. 



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ACADEMIC INFORMATION AND POLICIES 



Transferring UMCP Credits Baci< 
to Your Home institution 

It is your responsibility to ensure that the 
courses you take at the University of 
Maryland, College Park are 
transferable and apply to your degree 
program at your home institution. Be 
sure to get permission in writing from 
your home institution's academic 
advisor prior to enrolling in summer 
coursev/ork here. Please feel free to use 
the Permission to Transfer Credits Form 
in the "forms" section of this 
publication, if your home institution 
does not already have one. Permission 
to Transfer Credits Forms are for your 
purposes only and are not required by 
the University of Maryland, College 
Park for summer registration. An official 
transcript will need to be requested to 
have credits transferred to the home 
institution upon completion of the 
summer course work at the University 
of Maryland. See Official Transcripts 
below. 

Official Transcripts 
HoYf to Request 

Official Transcripts can be requested in 
several ways. There is no fee for 
transcripts. 
On the web at 

www.testudo.umd.edu/apps/transreq/. 
You can request a transcript prior to 
completing a course using the "hold for 
grades" option or you can request it 
after you complete the course. You will 
need to enter your student ID number 
and PIN. 

In writing by mail or fax: Be sure 
to include your full name, student ID 
number (Social Security number), 
session in v^ich you attended, your 
daytime telephone number and 
signature. Send the request to: 
Office of the Registrar 
Mitchell Building, first floor 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 
or fax to 301-314-9568 

In person: Visit the Registrar's Office 
in the Mitchell Building, First Floor, and 
complete a transcript request form. 



Maximum Load 
Undergraduate students are not 

permitted to enroll for more than eight 
hours of academic credit in Summer 
Sessions I and l-A or l-B combined, or 
Summer Sessions II and ll-C or ll-D 
combined. Students can register for only 
one course (four credit maximum) for 
Summer Sessions l-A, IB, ll-C or ll-D. 
Visiting undergraduate students who 
wish to request an exception to the 
maximum load must contact SPOC. 
Graduate students should normally 
not enroll for more than six semester 
hours in one summer session. Course 
loads exceeding these maximums 
require approval of the college dean. 

Protection of Privacy (Buckley) 

The University of Maryland adheres to a 
policy of compliance with FERPA, the 
Family Educational Rights and Privacy 
Act (also known as the Buckley 
Amendment). As such it is the policy of 
the university to 

1 . permit students to inspect their 
educational records; 

2. limit disclosure to others of 
personally identifiable information 
from educational records without 
students' prior written consent; 

3. provide students the opportunity to 
seek correction of their educational 
records where appropriate. A 
complete statement of the university 
policy and procedures is contained 
in the undergraduate and graduate 
catalogs. 

Certain information has been 
designated "Directory Information" and 
will be disclosed without prior consent 
unless a student files written notice. 
Directory information includes but is not 
limited to: 

• Name 

• Address 

• Participation in Officially 
Recognized Activities & Sports 



• Weight and Height of Members of 
Athletic Teams 

• Telephone Listing 

• Dates of Attendance 

• Date & Place of Birth 

• Degrees & Awards Received 

• Full or Part-time Status 

• Most Recent Previous Educational 
Institution Attended 

• Major Field of Study 

• e-mail address 

Students who wish to limit the disclosure 
of Directory information or wish access 
to their official records should obtain the 
appropriate form at the Registrations 
Counter, Mitchell Building, and return 
the completed form to the Registrations 
Counter. To limit disclosure of 
Directory information and printing 
of information in the student 
directory, requests must be made 
within 3 weeks from the first day 
of the semester in which the 
student begins each school year. 
Such requests must be filed annually 
within the above allotted time. 
Students alleging University noncom- 
pliance with the Family Educational 
Rights and Privacy Act may file a v/ritten 
complaint with the Family Educational 
Rights and Privacy Office, United States 
Department of Education, 400 
Maryland Avenue, S.W., Washington, 
D.C. 20202-4605. 

For complete University policy on access 
to and release of student data 
information, see the current edition of 
the Undergraduate Catalog. 



20 • Schedule of Classes - Summer 2004 



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A MORE EXTENSIVE LIST OF 
On-Campus Housing 

Department of Resident Life 
Ptione; 301-314-2100 
E-mail: reslife@accmail.umd.edu 
Web: www.resnet.umd.edu 
1102 Annapolis Hall 
The Summer 2004 Residence Halls 
Agreement will be available March 8, 
2004. The agreement can be submitted 
online at www.resnet.umd.edu/summer 
or downloaded and submitted by mail 
or fax to the Office of the Bursar, Lee 
Building, University of Maryland, 
College Park, MD 20742; fax 301 -314- 
2026. Students whose Summer 2004 
Residence Halls Agreement forms are 
received by April 9, 2004 are eligible 
for the lottery through which all single 
rooms are assigned. Agreements 
received after April 9th will be assigned 
in their date-received order until all 
available rooms have been filled. No 
guarantee of housing by the first day of 
classes is made for agreements received 
after April 9, 2004. 
Housing Fees: 
6 Week Session 

$867.00 housing 
$26.28 telecommunication fee 
total $893.28 

8 Week Session (and MEI) 

$11 56.00 housing 

$35.04 telecommunication fee 
total $1191.04 

1 2 Week Session 

$1734.00 housing 

$52.56 telecommunication fee 
total $1786.56 

Department of 
Transportation Services 

Phone:301-314-PARK 
Fax: 301-314-9779 
Web; www.transportation.umd.edu 
202 Regents Drive Garage Building 
Currenf students note that annual student 
permits purchased during the 2003- 
2004 academic year with on expiration 
date of August 20, 2004 are valid 
during the summer sessions. These 
permits regardless of the lot designation 
shown on the front of the permit, are 
valid in parking area(s) 1 , 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 
9, 11, and 16. 



CAMPUS SERVICES 



CAMPUS SERVICES CAN BE FOUND 

Permit Applicants Review the following 
information before applying for a 
permit. The on-line application form will 
be available in January (date to be 
determined). 

1. The parking fee is $38.00 for 
commuter students and $78.00 for 
resident students. The fees will be 
charged to your student account. 

2. The parking registration fee is a non- 

refundable fee. 

3. You may not register for a parking 

permit in your name for another 
person. 

4. You will be issued one permit which 

may be transferred to other 
vehicles. Applicants who have a 
vehicle with a canvas top or who 
have a motorcycle may choose to 
register one of these vehicles by 
indicating this on the application. 
You will receive a decal for this 
vehicle, if you need to register a 
third vehicle you will have to pay 
the full summer school parking 
registration fee. 

5. You must select to have either your 

permit moiled to your home address 
or to pick up your permit at the 
Department of Transportation Services 
(DOTS) office. Permits will be mailed 
and also will be available for pick-up 
on May 1 2, 2004. If you do not make 
a selection then the permit will be 
mailed to you. If you register on or 
after May 1 2th you must allow three 
workings days to process your 
application. The last day the DOTS 
can mail your permit is May 26, 2004 
for Summer Session I and July 3, 2004 
for Summer Session II. 

6. All persons associated with the 
university including those displaying 
State disabled permit or tag must 
purchase and display a DOTS 
hanging permit for the current year. 



AT WWW.SUMMER.UMD.EDU 
Dining Services 

1 109 South Campus Dining Hall 
Contract Office: 301 .31 4.8069 
Email: umfood@dining.umd.edu 
Web site: v/ww.dining. umd.edu 
Summer is an exciting time in College 
Park. During the summer session, a 
formal meal plan is not offered. 
However select locations are open and 
do accept cash. Terrapin Express and 
credit cards. For information about a 
Terrapin Express account, please call 
our contract office or browse online. 
Summer locations and hours of 
operation are listed online at 
www.dining.umd.edu. Summer hours 
will be posted just prior to beginning of 
the first summer session. Please stop in 
and dine with us. We look forward to 
seeing you this summer 

Shuttle UM 

Dept. of Transportation Services (DOTS) 

Phone: 301-314-2019 
Web: www.transportation.umd.edu 
202 Regents Drive Garage Building 
Shuttle bus service is available from the 
College Park Metro Station for visitors to 
campus and for all members of the 
university community. No ID or fare is 
required for this route. Schedules ore 
posted at the Metro and Stamp Student 
Union stops. They are available online, 
and also can be picked up at the Stamp 
Student Union Information Desk. Please 
email prshuttle@accmail.umd.edu for 
additional information. 
Other Shuttle-UM service is available 
during the summer for members of the 
university community '. The following 
routes require a valid University of 
Maryland student, faculty or staff ID to 
board: Adelphi North, Greenbelt, 
Springhill Lake, Adelphi South, Queens 
Chapel and Rhode Island Avenue. 
Schedules will be available in May on the 
DOTS web site, as well as at the DOTS 
office located in Regents Drive Garage, 
Building #202 and the Stamp Student 
Union information desk. You may also 
request a schedule by contacting the Public 
Relations Manager at 301-314-2019. 
*NITE Ride will be running on a limited 
schedule. 



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A A Cp The most up-to -date course information can be found at www.testudo.umd.edu AMSC 

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

Welcome to the Summer 2004 Schedule of Classes 



Here's how to read the course listings 



AASP1 01 Public Policy and the Black Community; 



B C 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

F G 

0101 Grant-Wisdom, D. 



D 

CORE: SB 



Formerly AASP 300. 



H I 

TuTh1:00pm-2:15pm (LEF2166) 



A Course number and title 

B Number of credits 

C Available grading methods 

D CORE category code for which the 

course is approved (if any) - see key 

to the right for interpretation. 
E Course notes, prerequisites, 

permission requirements, 

restrictions, etc. 



F Section number 

G Instructor - STAFF indicates that an 
instructor has not yet been assigned. 

H Class meeting days and times 

I Class meeting location - see the 
map in the middle of the Schedule to 
find buildings, translation of their 
three-letter codes, and a locator grid. 



CORE Codes 

OS - Capstone 

HL- Humanities and the Arts, Literature 

HA - Humanities and the Arts, History or 

Theory of the Arts 
HO- Humanities and the Arts, Humanities 
PS - Mathematics and the Sciences, 

Physical Sciences (Non-Lab) 
PL - Mathematics and the Sciences, 

Physical Sciences (Lab) 
LS - Mathematics and the Sciences, Life 

Sciences (Non-Lab) 
LL - Mathematics and the Sciences, Life 

Sciences (Lab) 
MS - Mathematics and the Sciences, Math 

or Formal Reasoning (Non-Lab) 
ML - Mathematics and the Sciences, Math 

or Formal Reasoning (Lab) 
SB - Social Sciences, Behavioral and 

Social Science 
SH - Social Sciences, Social or Political 

History 



Course listings were current when this Schedule of Classes went to press. 
For up-to-date offerings and seat counts, go to the Schedule of Classes on the Web: www.testudo.umd.edu. 



AASP African American Studies 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



AASPIOO Introduction to African American Studies: (3) REGI 

PF/AUD 

CORE: Social or Polilical Hisloiy (SH) DIVERSITY 

0101 Sanders. T, 

TuWTh l:00pm-3:15pm(LEF 1220) 
0201 Quinn. K. 

TuWTh 10iOOam-12:I5pm(LEF 1222) 

AASPlOl Public Policy and the Black Community; (3) REG^- 

F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Fomerly AASP 300. 

0101 England. J 

TuWTh 10:00aml2:l5piii (SQH 2117) 

AASP202 Black Culture in the United Suies; (31 REG/PF/ 

AUD. 

CORE: Social or Polilrcal Hisioiy (SH) DIVERSITY 

0201 Williamii. R. 

TuTh ll,00am-2:40pm(PLS 1172) 

AASP498I Special Topics in Black Culture: The Politics of 
Representation: '3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course will examine cultural productions which serve a.s 
"windows" into, and often times as mirrurs of. Black American 
though and culture. With that in mind, this course will give special 
attention to the significance of popular culture as a "voice" and 
on avenue for artists to illustrate, contest and cntique racism, 
sexism, classism. and homophobia in American society, 
0101 Williams, R. 

TuWTh Il:00am-I:l5pm (KEY 0123) 



A ASP4980 Special Ibpics in Black Culture: Hip Hop Studies: 
Its Evolution and Signincance; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Wixxis. C 

TuWTh 10:00am-12:15pm(LEF 1220) 

AASP498R Special Topics in Black Culture: Race and Sports: 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 England. J 

TuTh2:OOpm-5:20pm(PLS 1168) 

AAST Asian American Studies 

(Undergraduate Studies) 

AAST2'I8G Special Topics in Asian American Studies: Asian 
American Foodways: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Dus,selier. J 

MW 9:00am-12:20pm (COLOIOO) 

AGNR Agriculture and Natural Resources 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



AGNR499 (PermReq) Special Problems: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Slaughter. L. 

Time and room to be arranged 



AMSC Applied Mathematics 
& Scientific Computation 

(Computer, Mathematical 
andPhysical Sciences) 



AMSC4«0 (PermReq) CompuUlionat Methods: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prertquisiles: MATH 240; and MATH 241: and CMSC 106 or 

CMSC 114 or ENEE 114. Also offered as CMSC 460. Credit will be 

granted for only one of the following: AMSC/CMSOMAPL 460 or 

AMSC/CMSC/MAPL 4(i(S. Formerly MAPL 460. 

0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0421) 
Meets 8 weeks; 4 days per week. 



AMSC498A (PermReq) Selected Topics in Applied 
MalhemaUcs; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



AMSC69gA (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Applied 
Mathematics; (1-4) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact departinen 
obtain section number. 



AMSC799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG/S- 
F 

e: contact department or instructor to 



AMSC899 (PermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportmen 

obtain section number. 



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AMST American Studies 
(Arts and Humanities) 



AMST201 Introduction to American Studies; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) 

0101 While. E 

TuTh 1 00pm-4;20pm (HZF 0101) 
0201 Kier, V 

TuWTh 9 0Oam-ll;15am(H2F01Ol) 

AMST203 Popular Culture in America; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE; Humanilies (HO) Th)s is an on-line section. Students will 
interact and be assessed on th eir participation in an on-line 
environment Please contact the instnic tor with any questions at 
Qsl6@umail.umd.edu 
Old Stnina. N, 

Time and room to be arranged 
This IS an on-line seclion. Students will interact and be assessed 
on dieir participation in a on-line environment. Please contact the 
instructor with any questions at nsl6@umail.umd.edu. 



AMST204 Film and American Culture Studies; (3) REG/P-F' 

AUD 

CORE; Humanities (HO) 

0201 Chester, R 

MW l;0Opm-4;20pra(PLS 1180) 

AMST205 Material Aspects of American Life; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) This is an on-line section 

Students will interact and be a.ssessed on th eir participation in an 

on-line environment Please contact the instmc tor with any 

questions at nithbergman@comcast net. 

0101 Bergman. R. 

Time and room to be arranged 
This is an on-line section. Snidents will interact and be assessed 
CD their panicipation in a on-line environment. Please contact the 
r with any questions at r\ithbergman@comcast,net 



AMST211 T>chnolaey and American Culture: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE; Humanities (HO) 

0201 Nolan. J 

TuWTh9 00am-i; ISam (HZF 0106) 

AMST3M Experiential LramiDe; (3-6) REG/PF 
Prerequisite: permission of department. Junior standing. 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

AMST418P Cultural Themes in America: The Environment 
and American Culture: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Anroman, G 

MW 4:30pm-7;50pm (HZF 0106) 

AMST418R Cultural Themes in America: Identity in 
American Culture; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

This is an on-line section Snidents will interact and be assessed 
on th eir participation in an on-line environment Plea.se contact 
the instnic tor with any questions at rkl2@umail umd.edu. 
0101 Kelly. R 

Time and room to be arranged 
This is an on-line section Snidents will mteract and be assessed 
on their participation in a on-line environment. Please contact the 
instructor with any questions at rkl2@umail.unid.edu 



AMST4I8Y Cultural Themes in America: Cinema and the 
City; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Lounsbury.M 

TuTh 6:15pm-9;45pm(TLF lion 

AM6T429E Perspectives on Popular Culture: Television; (3) 

REG/PF/AUD 

0101 Parks. S 

MW4;30pm-7:50pm(PLS 1140) 

AMST498D Special Topics in American Studies: Material 
Culture Research: Costume and Textiles; 13) REG 
0101 STAFF 

TuW 6 OOpni-9:20pm (MMH 1304) 



AMST628T Seminar in American Studies: Material Culture 
Research: Costume and Textiles; 13) REG/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

TuW 6 OOpm-9 20pm {MMH 1304) 



AMST628Y Seminar in American Studies: Cinema & the City; 

(3) REG/AUD 

0201 Lounsbury. M. 

TuTh6:15pm.9:45pm(TLF 1101) 

ANSC Animal Science 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 

The following courses may involve the use of animals Students 
who are concerned about the use of animals in teaching have the 
responsibility to contact the instructor, prior to course enrollment, 
to determine whether animals ore to be used in the course, 
whether class exercises involving animals are optional or 
required and what alternatives, if any, are available. 

ANSC386 IPermReql Experiential Leamin;; (3-6) REG/P-F 

Individual Insffuction course; contact department or inslnictor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

ANSC399 (PermReq) Special Problems in Animal Science; (1- 

2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

ANSC660 Poultry Literature; (1-4) REG/AUD. 

Individual Instmction course; contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

ANSC699 (PermReq) Special Problems in Animal Science; (I- 

2) REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

ANSC799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ANSC899 (PermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact departmea 

obtain section number. 



ANTH Anthropology 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



ANTH220 Introductlan lo Biological Anthropology; (4) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

CORE Life Science Lab (LL) DIVERSITY Credit will be 
granted for only one of the following: ANTH 101 or ANTH 220. 
Formerly ANTH 101. 
0101 London, M 

MWF 9:30am-l 1:45am (WDS 0124C) 
TuTh9:00om-ll;4Oam(WDS0124C)Ub 
0201 Wilczak, C. 

MWF 9:30am- 1 1:45am (WDS 0124C) 
TuTh 9:00am-l 1:40am (WDS 0124C) Lab 



ANTH240 Introduction to Archaeology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY Credit 
will be granted for only one of the following: ANTH 240 or ANTH 
241. Formerly ANTH 241. 
0301 Emstein, J. 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF9;00am- 12:00pm (PLS 1168) 



ANTH260 Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology and 

Linguistics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE Behavioral and Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY Credit 

will be granted for only one of the following: ANTH 102 or ANTH 

260. Formerly ANTH 102. 

0201 ST/liFF 

TuTh 1 00pm-4:30pm(PLS 1115) 



ANTH329E Special Tbpics in Bioanthropology: Human 
Evolutionary Anatomy; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 STAFF 

MWF 9;00am- 1 1 OOam (TYD 1 102) 
MWF 11 :00am- 12 :00pm (Arranged) Lab 

ANTH3290 Special Topics in Bioanthropology: Human 

Osteology; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 

0201 STAFF 

MW l;0Opm-4:0Opm(TYD 1118) 
F 1 ;00pm-4:00pm (Arranged) Lab 



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ANTH340 Method and Theory in Archaeology; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: ANTH 240. 

0201 Palus.M 

MTh 9 OOam- 12;30pm (SQH 1 103) 

ANTH360 Method and Theory In Sociocultural Anthropology; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: ANTH 260 
0101 STAFF 

MW2 00pm-5:30pm(PLS 1 113) 

ANTH386 (PermReq) Experiential Learning; (1-4) REG/P-F 

Individual Instruction course contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Recommended: completion of advanced courses in relevant 
subfield of anthropology. Junior standing. For ANTH majors only. 
Approval of instructor required; check with Depanment for 
section number. 

ANTH398A (PermReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Individual Instruction course; contact depanment or instructor to 
cblain section number. Approval of Instructor lequired; check 
with Depanment for section number. 

ANTH428R Special Topics In Bioanthropology: Research Issues 
in Biological Anthropology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 Jackson, F 

MTuWTh l;00pm-3:00pm (An^ged) 

ANTH468A Special Topics in Cultural Anthropology: Individual 
Instruction; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain seclion number. 

ANTH476 (PermReq) Senior Research: (3-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number For ANTH majors only. Credit will be 
granted for only one of the following: ANTH 476 or ANTH 4S6. 

ANTH477 (PermReq) Senior Thesis; (3-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: ANTH 476: permission of 
department. For ANTH majors only. Credit will be granted for only 
one of the following: ANTH 477 or ANTH 487 

ANTH486 Honors Research; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual losnuction course, contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number Prerequisites: permission of department: 
admission to University' Honors Program or Anthropology Honors 
Program. For ANTH majors only. Credit will be granted for only 
one of the following: ANTH 486 or ANTH 476. 

ANTH487 Honors Thesis; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisites: ANTH 486; permission of 
department: admission to University Honors Program or 
Anthropology Honors Program. For ANTH majors only. Credit will 
be granted for only one of the following: ANTH 487 or ANTH 477. 

ANTH496 Field Methods in Archaeology; (6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formerly ANTH 499. 
0101 Palus.M 

MTuWThF 8:00am-4;00pm (Arranged) 

ANTH688A Current Developments in Anthropology; (3) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number 

ANTH689A (PermReq) Special Problems in Anthropology; (1- 

6)REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain sijction number. Approval of instructor required; check 

with Depanment for section number. 

ANTH689K (PermReq) Special Problems in Anthropology: 
Field Methods in Archaeology; (3) REG/S-F 
0101 Palus.M. 

MTuWThF 8:00am-4:00pm (Ananged) 

ANTH696 Field Methods in Archaeology; (6) REG/AUD. 
Formerly ANTH 699. 
0101 Palus.M. 

MTuWThF 8:00am-4 00pm (Arranged) 

ANTH7J2 (PermReq) Internship Analysis; (3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number Prerequisite: ANTH 705 or ANTH 789. 
Approval of instructor required, check with Department for 
section number. 



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ARTH 



ANTH788 Internship Research; (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depurimeni ur instructor l 

obtain section number 



ANTH789 Internship; (3-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depa 
obtain section number. 



ARAB Arabic 

(Arts and Humanities) 



ARABIOIL Elementary Arabic I; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
ARAB lOlL IS pan of the Intensive Language Instilule. an eight- 
week session wherein students receive 12 credits upon successful 
completion- To participate, students must register for LANG 
I08A The program fiKuses on modem standard Arabic in hoih its 
spoken and written fomi, covering basic grammar. listening and 
reading skills and translation of basic texts. For further 
infonnalion. please visit www.summer.umd.edu/ 
iniensivelanguage/ or contact Summer Sessions at 
summer@umail.umd.edu 
0101 Abed. S, 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

MTuThF 9:00am-3;30pm (JMZ 2206) 

W 9:00ain-3 00pm (JMZ 2206) 

ARAB102L Elementary Arabic 11; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Pierequisire: ARAB lOl or equivtilenr. ARAB 102L is part of the 
ive Language Institute, an eighl-week session wherein 

students receive 12 credits upon successful completion. To 
articipate. students must register for LANG I08A. The program 
;s on modem standard Arabic in both its spoken and written 
covering basic grammar. Ii.stening and reading skills and 

translation of basic texis- For further information, please visit 

www.summer.umd.edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact Surmner 

Sessions at summer@umail.umd.edu. 

0101 Abed. S 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

ARAB201L Intermediate Arabic I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite ARAB 102 or equivalent. ARAB 201L is pan of the 
Intensive Language Institute, an eighl-week session wherein 
students receive 12 credits upon successful completion. To 
participate, students must register for LANG 108A. The program 
focuses on modem standard Arabic in both its spoken and written 
form, covering basic grammar, listening and reading skills and 
translation of basic texts. For further information, please visit 
www.suTmner.umd.edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact Summer 
Sessions at summer@umail,umd,edu, 
0101 Abed. S. 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

ARAB202L Intermediate Arabic II; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: ARAB 201 or equivalent. ARAB 202L is part of the 
Intensive Language Institute, an eight-week session wherein 
students receive 12 credits upon successful completion To 
participate, students must register for LANG I08A. The program 
focuses on modem standard Arabic in both its spoken and written 
form, covermg basic grammar, listening and reading skills and 
translation of basic texts. For further infoniiation, please visit 
www.surmnerumd.edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact Summer 
Sessions at sunmKr@umail.umd.edu 
0101 Abed. S. 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

Time and rcwm to be arranged 

ARCH Architecture 

(School of Architecture, Planning, and 
Preservation) 



ARCH223 History of Non- Western Architecture; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD 

CORE: History or Theory of Ans (HA) DIVERSITY 

0201 Vann, R 

TuTh7;OOpm-IO:20pm(ARC II03) 

ARCH242 Drawing I: (3) REG 

Prerequisite: permission of tlepartment. Frtsbmtm slanJing. For 
ARCH majors only. 
0201 Escobal, L, 

MW7:OOpm-10:20pm(ARC 1123) 



ARCH343 IPermReq) Drawing II: Line Drawing; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: ARCH 400 or permission of department. For ARCH 

majors only. 

0201 Escobal, L 

TuTh7;0Opm-10:20pm(ARC 1101) 

ARCH428 (PermReq) Selected Topics in Architectural 

History; (1-3) REG/PF/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: conlaci depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number Majors only. Contact S. Sachs for 

information. 

ARCH428N Selected Topics in Arrhitecturai History: History 
of Non-Western Architecture; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Vann. R 

TuTh7:OOpni-10;20pm(ARC 1103) 

ARCH429 {PermReq) Independent Studies in Architectural 

History: (1-4) REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. Majors only. Contact S. Sachs for 

information. 

ARCH436 History of Islamic Architecture; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: ARCH 221 or permission of department. 
0201 Attia, A. 

TuTh7:00pra-10:20pm(ARC 1105) 

ARCH448D Selected Topics in Visual Studies: Drawing and 
Visualization; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Escobal. L 

Time and room to be arranged 

ARCH470 iPermReq) Computer Applications in Architecture; 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: ARCH 400 or permission of department. 

0101 Bovill.C, 

MW7:0Opra- 10:20pm (ARC 1123) 

ARCH479 Independent Studies in Architecture: (M) REG/PF/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

ARCH628 (PermReq) Selected Topics In Architectural 
History: Architectural History: (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number Majors only. Contact S. Sachs for 
information. 

ARCH629 IPermReq) Independent Studies in Architectural 

History: (1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. Majors only. Contact S. Sachs for 

information. 

ARCH678B Selected Topics in Architecture: (3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ARCH679 Independent Studies in Architecture; (1-6) REG/ 

AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

AREC Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



AREC386 IPermReq) Experiential Learning: (3-6) REG/P-E 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor ti 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 



AREC399 Special Problems: (1-2) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or 
obtain section number. 



AREC699 Special Prohlems in Agricultural and Resource 
Economics; (1-2) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor ti 
obtain section number. 

AREC799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor t< 
obtain section number. 



AREC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 
obtain section number. 

ARHU Arts and Humanities 
(Arts and Humanities) 



ARHU298N The Power of the Word: Language and Heritage: 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Humanities (HO) DIVERSITY 

0101 Isaacs. M. 

TuTh 9:00am- 12: I5pm (JMZ 0105) 

ARHU319A Writers' House Second Year Colloquium: Poetry 
Across Cultures-Renaissance Reverberations; (3) REG. 

Through daily journal entries, discussion and critical analysis of 
assigned readings, writing and workshops, students engage in the 
process of creating their own poems. Students explore such topics 
as intelligence and emotion, form and meaning, historical 
relevance and the .social ramifications of poetry, while learning to 
harness the power of all six senses (intuition is the necessary 
addition). Students will be expected to produce 3 to 5 good 
beginning drafts of new poems. Part of The Ans! at Maryland. 
Enrollment by permission only. Please contact SPCX^ for further 
information at summer@umail.umd.edu. Location: Dorchester 
Hall - Laura Lauth contact; lelauth@umd.edu, x 50671 
04YS STAFF 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-4:00pm (Ananged) 

ARHU319B Writers' House Second Year Colloquium: rictian 
Across Cultures- Rising Originality; (3) REG 
This course is designed to be a quest through tradition and 
transformation in the urban context. Students survey past and 
present solutions to nanative problems in search of a personal 
voice, understanding that writing is always an ethical act. In a 
comparative viewpoint, they reaxi, discuss and research how 
writers have dealt with the issues of multifaceted cultural 
backgrounds. Students work towards completing several shon 
stories. Pan of The Ans! at Maryland. Enrollment by permission 
only. Please contact SPOC for further infortnalion at 
sutrunerts'umail.unid.edu. Location: Dorchester Hall - Laura 
Lauth contact: lelauth@umd,edu. x 50671 
04YS Enngue. A, 

Meets 07/13/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-4:00pm (Arranged) 

ARHU3g6 IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/PF. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of the college. 
Junior standing. 

ARHU498 Special Topics in Arts and Humanities: Culture, 
Caste and Women in Indian Society; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Also offered as WMST498A. Credit will be granted for only one 
of the following: ARHU 498 or WMST 498A. Topics to be 
covered encompass profile of Indian society, women in ancient 
India, mnniage and family in India, dowry system in India, status 
of women in modem India. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 6:00pm-9:45pm (WDS 0104) 

ARTH Art History & Archaeology 
(Arts and Humanities) 



ARTHIOO Introduction to Art: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

COftE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) No credit toward the 

major can be received for this course. 

0101 Zygmont, B 

MTuWTh 9:30am-10:50am (ASY 3215) 
F 9:30am-lO50am (ASY 3215) Dis 

ARTH200 Art of the Western World to 1300; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD. 

CORE History or Theory of Arts (HA) 

0101 Jordan, G 

MTuWTh ll:00am-12:20pm (ASY 3215) 
F ll:00am-12:20pm (ASY 3215) Dis 

ARTH201 Art of the Western Wortd after 1300; (3) REG/ 

AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) 

0201 Gregory. H 

MTuWTh 9:30am-10:50am (ASY 3215) 
F 9:30am- 10:50am (ASY 3215) Dis 



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ARTT 



ARTH2S0 Art and Archatolojy of Ancient America; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

CORE: Hislory or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY 

0201 Vilches. F 

MTuWTh ll:0Oam-12:20pm(ASY3215) 
F 11 :OOam-12:20pm (ASY 3215) Dis 

ARTH290 Art of Asia; (3) REG/PF/AUD 

CORE: Hislory or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY 

0101 Shin.S 

MTuWTh 12:30pm- l:50pm (ASY 3215) 
F 12 30pra-l:50pm(ASY3215)Djs 

ARTH34« Nintteenth-Century European Art from 1850; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Formerly ARTH 446. 

0201 Orfila. J 

MTuWTh 12:30pm- 1:50pm (ASY 3215) 
F I2:30pm-1 50pm (ASY 3215) Dis 

AirrH3S0 Twentieth-Century Art to 1945; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Formerly ARTH 455. 
0101 Benus, B 

MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:20pm (ASY 3215) 

F 2:00pm-3:20pra (ASY 3215) Dis 

ARTH351 Twentieth Century Art from 1945; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Formerly ARTH 456. 

0201 Adams. V. 

MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:20pm (ASY 3215) 

F 2:0Opm-3:20pm (ASY 3215) Dis 

ARTH3M IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F 
individual Instniclton course: contacl department or instnicior to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

ARTH457 History of Phototraphy; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 Grossman. W 

MTuWTh 3:30pm-4 50pm (ASY 3215) 

F 3 30pm-4:50pm (ASY 3215) Dis 

ARTH489A Special Topics In Art History; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Meicalf. G 

TuTh 3:3Opm-7:0Opra (ASY 3215) 

ARTH49g (PermReq) Directed Studies in Art History I; (2-3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

ARTH4W IPermReq) Honors Thesis; (2-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course, contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

ARTHiS* Spedal Topics in Art History; (3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course, contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

ARTH798 Directed CraduaU Studies in Art History; (3) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instniction course: contact depanmen: 

obtain section number. 



ARTH7W Master's Thesis Research; (1.6) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or 
obtain section number. 



ARTH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instrucu>r t 
obtain section number 

ARTT Art Studio 
(Arts and Humanities) 



ARTTIOO Two Dimensional Art FundamcnUIs; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: ARTT 100. 

ARTS 100. DE5N 101. or APDS 101. Formerly ARTS 100 

0101 Humphrey. M 

MTuWTh 900am-ll 30am (ASY 2314) Ub 
0201 Thorpe. J 

MTuWTh 9:00am-l I 30am (MMH 1417) Lab 

ARTTllO Elements of Drawing I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Formerly ARTS 110. This intensive drawing course provides 
students with a fundamenlal understanding of how to conndenlly 
draw and execute a g(x>d rendering In a workshop environment. 



the goals of the course. They also have the opportunity to explore 
both acadenuc and contemporary styles to drawing. Please note: 
Section 05AR is part of The Arts! at Maryland. This is a college- 
level course, students draw from professional nude models and so 
Enrollment by petmission only. Please contact SPOC for further 
infomiation at sununer@umail.umd.edu. 
OIOI Craig. P 

MTuWTh 9:0Oam-n:3Oam (ASY 2317) Lab 
0201 JTAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00ani-l l:i0am (ASY 2317) Ub 
05AR STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTh 9:00am-ll:30am (An-anged) Lab 

ARTTISD Introductian to Art Theory; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) 
0201 Cudlin.J 

MTuW 12:30pm-3:50pm(ARC 1125) 
0301 Klank. R 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh 7:00pm-10:20pm (ASY 2309) 

ARTT200 Three Dimensional Art Fundamentals; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: ARTT 100 and ARTT HO. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: ARTT 200. ARTS 200. DESN 102. or 

APDS 102. Formerly ARTS 200. 

0101 Sham. F 

MTuWTh 3:00pm-5:30pm (ASY 1311) Ub 
0201 Sham. F 

MTuWTh 3:0Opm-5:3Opm (ASY 1311) Ub 

ARTT208A (PermReq) Intermediate Special Topics in Art: 
Multiples and Monoprints — Contemporary Printmaking 
Techniques; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

This course covers traditional relief printing techniques as well as 
painterly monoprinung techniques. Students experiment with 
woodcut, linoleum cut and painting on Plexiglas. These techniques 
can be used separately or together to create vibrant images that 
may be printed as an edition or as single images. Students with 
knowledge of digital processes are encouraged to use them. Part 
of The Arts! at Maryland. Enrollment by permission only. Plea.se 
contact SPOC for further information at summer@umail.umd.edu. 
05AR STAFF 

Meets 05/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am-4:30pm (Artanged) 

ARTT208W Intermediate Special Topics in Art: Introductian 
to Watercolor and Water Based Media; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0301 Klank, R 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh l:00pm-5:00pm (ASY 2315) 

ARTT210 Elements of Drawing II; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisite: ARTT 110. Formerly ARTS 210. 
OIOI Craig. P 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 1 1 :30am (ASY 2321) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:OOam-II:30am (ASY 2317) Ub 

ARTT320 Elements of Painting; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: ARTTl 50. ARTT 200. and ARTT 210: or permission 
of department. Formerly ARTS 320. Section 0101 focuses on 
acrylic painting. 
OIOI Humphrey, M. 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:OOpm (ASY 3316) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 3322) Ub 

ARTT330 Elements of Sculpture: Metal Casting; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisites: ARTT ISO. ARTT 200. and ARTT 210: or permission 

of department. Formerly ARTS 330. 

0301 Ruppen. J 

Meets 05/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh I2:30pm-5:00pm (ASY I3I4) 

ARTT333 Elements of Sculpture: Wood and Mixed Media; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: ARTT 150. ARTT200. andARTT210: or permission 

of department. 

0101 Sham. F 

MTuWTh 12 30pm-3 00pm(ASY 1311) Ub 

ARTT341 Elements of Prinlmaking: Woodcut and Relief; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: ARTT 150, ARTT200. and ARTT 210: or permission 

of department. Formerly ARTS 341. 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:OOpm(ASY 1317) Lab 



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ARTT343 Elements of Prinlmaking: Screen Printing; (3) REG/ 

PF/AUD. 

Prerequisites: ARTT 150, ARTTIOO. and ARTT 210: or permission 

of department. Formerly ARTS 343. 

0201 Hellman. R 

MWF 9:00arn-l2:20pm (ASY 1317) Lab 

ARTT3S0 Elements of Design; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisites: ARTT 150. ARTT 200, and ARTT 210: or permission 
of department. Not open to students who have completed ARTT 
250 Credit will he granted for only one of the following: ARTT 350 
or ARTT 250 Formerly ARTT 250. 
0301 Thorpe. J 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 9:0Oam-l:0Opra (MMH 1417) 

ARTT351 Elements of Graphic Design and Illustration; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ARTT 250 or ARTT 350 or permission of instructor. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: ARTT 350 or 

ARTT250 

0201 Thorpe. J 

MTuWTh 12 00pm-2:30pm(MMH 1417) 

ARTT353 Elements of Photography; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: ARTT ISO. ARTT 200, and ARTT 210: or permission 

OIOI Tyroler. B 

Meets 06/08/04-06/25/04 

TuWTh 9:OOam-3:40pra (MMH 0401) Ub 
TuWTh 9:00am-3:40pm (MMH 01 10) Ub 

0201 Tyroler. B 
Meets 07/12/04-07/29/04 

TuWTh 9:00am-3 40pm (MMH 0401) 
TuWTh 9:00am-3;40pm (MMH 0110) Lab 

ARTT354 Elements of Computer Graphics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: ARTT 150, ARTT 200, and ARTT 210: or permission 
of department, 

0101 Ratnapala. N. 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:00pm (CSS 1410) Lab 

0102 Morse. B. 

MTuWTh 3;00pm-5:30pm (ASY 3311) Ub 

0202 Ratnapala. N. 

MTuWTh 3;00pm-5:30pm (ASY 3311) Ub 

ARTT386 Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-E 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing, 

ARTT418 Drawing: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Cfaig. P 

MTuWTh 9:00am-l I:30am (ASY 2321) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am-l 1:30am (ASY 2317) Ub 

ARTT418B Drawing: Focus on Watercolor Wash; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

0301 Klank. R 

Meets 05/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh l:00pm-6:00pm (ASY 2315) Ub 

ARTT428 Painting: Acrylic; (3) REG/P-F/ADD. 

Section 0101 will focus on acrylic paint. 
OIOI Humphrey. M. 

MTuWTh I2:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 3312) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:OOpm(ASY 3312) 

ARTT428A Painting: Water Color and water based media; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

0301 Klank. R 

Meets 05/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh l:OOpm-6:0Opm (ASY 2315) Ub 

ARTT438D IPermReq) Sculpture: Advanced Sculpture; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: ARTT 333 and permission of instructor 

OIOI Sham.F 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:OOpm(ASY 1311) 

ARTT448B Printmaking: Advanced Woodcut and Relief: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 12:30pra-3:00pm(ASY 1317) Ub 

ARTT448E Prinlmaking: Advanced Screenprintlng; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 
0201 Hellman. R. 

MWF 9 :00am- 12 :20pm (ASY 1317) Lab 



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ARTT449 Advanctd Photogr'Phy; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
Sludenls with basic knowlcge of camera operations are ellgilble 
to enroll in this course. Review of darkroom procedures and 
exposure techniques will be combined with advanced level 
instruction in zone system, artifical lighting, and advanced camera 
techniques. Individualized assignments, individual and group 
critique, and intensive darkroom work will complement technical 
instniction. 

0201 Tyroler, B 

Meets 07/12/04-07/29/04 

TuWTh 9;00am-3:40pm (MMH 0401) 
TuWTh 9:00am-3:40pm (MMH 01 10) Lab 

ARTr4«8B Seminar on the Interrelationship between Art and 
Art Theory: Issues in Contemporary Art; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0301 Klank. R 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTli 7:00pra-10 20pm (ASY 2309) 

ARTT4«9F Advanced Special Topics in Art: IRON CASTING 
WORKSHOP; (3) REG/P-F/AUD, 
0301 Ruppert, J, 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-5;30pm (ASY 1314) Ub 

ARTT4S9I iPtrmReq) Advanced Special Topics in Art: 
Advaccd Special Topics: Computer Imaging; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
This course is an art course for students with experience in 
computer imaging. Students will be pemlitted to work according 
to their own level of expertise with the guidance of the instructor, 
Adobe Photoshop. Ofoto, Fractal Design Painter, MicroSoft Word, 
and QuaA Express are some of the software programs that will 
be explored. 
0101 Morse, B. 

MTuWTh 3:00pm-5:30pm (ASY 331 IE) Ub 
0201 Ralnapalo, N, 

MTuWTh 3;00pm-5;30pm (ASY 331 IE) Ub 

ARTT498 IPermReq) Directed Studies in Studio Art; (2-3) 

REG/P-F/AUD, 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number, 

ARTT698C Directed Graduate Studies in Studio Art: Metal 
Casting Worltshop; (3) REG/AUD, 
0301 Ruppert. J, 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-5:30pm(MMH 1314) 

ASTR Astronomy 

[Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



ASTRIOO Introduction to Astronomy; (3) REG/P-F/AUD, 
CORE; Physical Science (PS) CreiUlfor ASTR 100 ccmnol be 
obtained after, or simultaneously with, receiving credit for any 
astronomy course numbered 250 or higher Credit will be granted 
for only one of the following: ASTR 100 or ASTR 101 or ASTR 120. 
CORE Physical Science Laboratory (PL) Course only when taken 
concurrenUy with ASTR 111. CORE Physical Science Non- 
Uboratory (PS) Course when taken alone. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10;50am (CSS 2400) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (CSS 2400) 
04YS Deming, G. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF9;00am-12;00pm(CSS 1113) 

W 1 :00pm-4;00pra (CSS 1 1 1 3) 
Section 04YS is for 2004 Young Scholars Program, Students 
examine how modem ostrononurs collect and analyze light from 
celestial objects in their pursuit toward understanding planets, 
stars and galaxies. Students explore fanuliar surroundings on 
Earth and work their way outward through the solar system, A 
Young Scholars Program course. Enrollment by permission only. 
Please contact SPOC for further information at 
sununer@umail.umd,edu. 



ASTRlOl General Astronomy; (4) REG/P-F/AUD, 
CORE; Physical Science Lab (PL) Credit for ASTR 101 cannot be 
obtained after, or simultaneously with, receiving credit for any 
astronomy course numbered 250 or higher Credit will be granted 
for only one of the following: ASTR 100 or ASTR 101 or ASTR 120. 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9;30am-IO;50am (CSS 2400) 
TuTh II 0Oaml;0Opm(CSS 1109) Ub 



ASTR699 Special Problems in Advanced Astronomy; (1-6) 

REG/AUD, 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor i 

obtain section number, 

ASTR899 Doctoral DissertaUon Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor t 
obtain section number. 



BCHM Biochemistry 

(Life Sciences) 



BCHM461 Biochemistry I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

Prerequisite: A grade ofC or belter in CHEM 243 or CHEM 247. 

The "C" or belter in the prerequisites is required for Life Science 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9;30am-10;50am(CHM 1407) 

BCHM462 Biochemistry II; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: A grade of Cor belter in BCHM 461 or BCHM 
461 A. The "C" or better in the prerequisites is required for Life 
Science majors. 
0201 ST/tfF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CHM 1407) 

BCHM699 Special Problems In Biochemistry; (!■«) REG/AUD. 
Individual Insuiiction course: contact departmem or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

BCHM799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number, 

BCHM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

BEES Behavior, Ecology, Evolution and 
Systematics 

(Life Sciences) 



BEES799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG/S-F, 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor t< 
obtain section number, 

BEES899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor i 
obtain section number. 



BIOL Biology 

(Life Sciences) 



B1OL609 Special Problems in Biology; (1-6) REG, 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

B10L799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG/S-F 
Individual Insffuction course; contact departmen 
obtain section number. 



BIOL899 Doctoral DisserUtion Research; (1-8) REG/S-F. 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

BMGT Business and Management 
(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BMGTllO Introduction to Business and Management; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD. 

Not open to BMGT students who have completed 56 or more credit 

hours. All others may lake il anytime. 

0101 Usser, L 

MW 640pm-IO;OOpm (VMH 1520) 

BMGT220 Principles of Accounting 1; (3) REG. 

0101 Yen. A. 

MTuWTh 12;30pm-2;10pm(VMH 1202) 

0102 Michelson. B. 



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0201 Yang, ). 

MTuWTh 9;30am-ll;10am (VMH 1202) 

BMGT221 Principles of Accounting II; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 220. 
0101 Pfeiffer, G 

MW l;0Opm-4;20pm(VMH 1206) 

0201 Zhang, M. 

TuTh l;00pm-4;20pm (VMH 1206) 

0202 Wang. Z. 

MW 6;40pm-l0;00pm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT230 Business Sutistics; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: MATH 113 or MATH 115 or placement in MATH 220 
or higher Not open to students who have completed BMGT 231, 
ENEE 324, or STAT 400. Credit will be granted for only one of Ike 
following: AREC 4S4, BIOM 301, BMGT 230, CNEC 400, ECON 
321, EDMS451. GEOG 305, GVPT422, PSYC 200, SOCYlOl, 
URSP 350. or TEXT 400. 

0101 Ruhi.K 

TuTh 2;00pra-5;20pm (VMH 1511) 

0102 Ruhi, K. 

TuTh 6;40pm-10;00pm (VMH I5II) 

0201 Alt, F 

MW 9;00am-12:20pm (VMH 1303) 

0202 Alt, F 

MW 2;OOpm-5;20pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT310 Intermediate Accounting I; (3) REG. 
Prerequisite: BMGT 221. 
0102 Park, T 

TuTh 6;40pm-10;00pm (VMH 1520) 
0201 Cho, M 

MW 6;40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1307) 

BMGT311 Intermediate Accounting II; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 310. 
0101 Michelson, B. 

MW 2:00pm-5;20pm (VMH 1303) 
0201 Martin, C. 

MW l:0apm-4;20pm(VMH 1206) 

BMGT321 Managerial Accounting: (3) REG, 
Prerequisite: BMGT 221. 
0101 Hardy, K. 

MW 3;00pra-6;20pm (VMH 1511) 

BMGT323 luxation of Individuals; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 221. 
0101 Pfeiffer, G. 

MW 5;40pm-9;00pm (VMH 1206) 

BMGT326 Accounting Systems; (3) REG. 
Prerequisites: BMGT 201 and BMGT 221. 
OIOI Brown, N 

MTuWTh 9;00am-I0:4Oam (VMH 1520) 

BMGT332 Operations Rescatdi For Mana|cmeat Dcdiioiis; 

(J) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 230. 

0101 Ibrahim. H. 

MW 2;00pm-5:20pm (VMH 1520) 

BMGT340 Business Finance; (3) REG 

Prerequisites: BMGT 221; and (BMGT 230 or BMGT 231 1. 
0101 Panayotov, G 

MW 6;40pm-l0;00pm (VMH 1202) 

0201 Yang, L 

TuTh 640pm-10;00pm (VMH 1202) 

0202 Minnick, K 

MW 6;40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT343 Investments; (3) REG. 
Prerequisite: BMGT 340. 
010! Ullrich. C, 

MTuWTh ll;00am-12;4Opra(VMH 1520) 

BMGT3S0 Marketing Principles and Organization; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: ECON 200 or ECON 205. 
0101 Nasser, D. 

MW 9;00ara-12;20pra(VMH 1505) 

0201 Koukova, N. 

MTuWThF ll;00am-12:20pra (VMH 1206) 

0202 Nasser, D 

TuTh 6;4Opm-I0;00pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT3S7 IPermReq) ReUiling and Marltcting Internship; (3- 

6) REG 

Prerequisites: BMGT 350 and permission of department. For 

BMGT majors only. 

0201 Wagner, J 



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0202 Wagner. ), 

Time and room lo be arranged 

BMGT360 Human Resource Managemenl: (J) REG 

0101 Kudisch, ). 

MW 3 00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1505) 

BMGT364 MaiueenienI and Organization Theory; (3) REG 

0101 Mannova. S 

MTuWThF9 30amlO;50am(VMH 1511) 

0102 Dragnni. L- 

TuTh 3 OOpm-6;20pm (VMH 1412) 

0103 Dragoni. L 
TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm(VMH 1412) 

0201 Slay. H 

MTuWThF 9 30am-10:50am (VMH 1206) 

BMGT372 Introduction to Logistics and Supply Chain 
Management; (3) REG- 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh ll:00am-12:40pni(VMH 1307) 

BMGT373 IPermReql Logistics, IVansporUlion. and Supply 
Chain Management Internship; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: permission of department. 
0101 DeWiii. W. 

Time and room lo be arranged 

BMGT3gO Business Uw I; (3) REG 

0101 McClenahan. W 

MTuWTh ll:OOam-12:40pmlVMH 1412) 

0102 McClenahan, W, 

MW 6:40pm- lOOOpra (VMH 1412) 
0201 Uwis. P 

TuTh 6:40pm- lOOOpm (VMH 1412) 

BMGT381 Business Law II; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 380 or permission of department. 
0101 McClenahan. W. 

MTuWTh 9:10am-10;50am (VMH 1412) 

BMGT3M IPermReq) General Business Internship; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: permission of department. For BMGT majors only. 
0101 DeWin, W 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

BMGT392 Introduction tu International Business 
Management: (3) REG 

Prerequisite: ECON 200: or ECON 205. 
0201 STAFF 

TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pra (VMH 12061 

BMGT39g (PermReq) individual Study in Business and 
Management; (1-3) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

BMGT402 DaUbase Systems; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 305 or equivalent. Recommended: BMGT 

302. 

0201 STAFF 

MW6 40pm-10 00pm(VMH 1311) 

BMGT40S Business Telecommunications; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: BMGT 305 or equivalent. 
0101 Ibrahim. H 

MW6:40pm-10:00pm(VMH 1311) 

BMGT422 Auditing Theoi^ and Practice; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: BMGT 221. 
0201 Martin. C 

MW SOOpm-8 20pm (VMH 1206) 

BMGT424 Advanced Accounting; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 311. 
0101 Hardy. K 

MW 6:40pm- lOOOpra (VMH 1511) 

BMCT430 Linear Sutistlcal Models in Business; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 230 or BMGT 231 or permission of 

department. 

0101 Sluder-Ellis. E 

TuTh 9:00am-12:20pm (VMH 1518) 

BMGT440 Financial Management; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: BMGT 340. 
0101 Ahmed. S 

MW 6:40pra-IO:OOpm(VMH 1505) 



BMCT444 Futures Contracts and Options; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 343 
0101 Wang. Y 

TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (VMH 1520) 

BMGT446 International Finance; (3) REG. 
Prerequisite: BMGT 340. 
0101 Obrimah. O, 

TuTh 6:40pm- lOOOpm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT447 IPermReq) Internship and Research in Fim ice; (3) 
REG 

Prerequisites: BMGT 340 and BMGT 343 (or 400 level flmince 
elective}; and core requirements in business and management: 
and permission of department. Recommended: finance major 
courses. For finance majors only. 
0201 Kolodny.R 

Time and room to be arranged 

BMGT464 Organizational Behavior; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 364 
0101 Mamme, J 

MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1415) 

BMGT482 Business and Government; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: ECON 200: or ECON 205. 
0101 Usser. L 

TuTh 6;40pra-10:00pm (VMH 1505) 

BMGT486 ToUl Quality Management: (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 230 or equivalent. 
0201 Edgeman. R. 

TuTh 9:00am-12:20pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT495 Business Policies; (3) REG 

CORE: Capstone (CS) Prerequisites: BMGT 340: and BMGT 350: 
and BMGT 364. For BMGT majors only. This course is restricted 
to graduating BMGT majors with 90 credit hours completed. 

0101 Khanin. D 

TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1518) 

0102 Khanin, D. 

MW 6:40pra-10:00pm(VMH 1518) 

0201 Petkova, A 

TuTh 3 O0pm-6:20pm (VMH 1415) 

0202 Maggltli.P 

MW 3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1415) 

0203 Cao. 

TuTh 6 40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1415) 

BMGT82S IPermReq) Independent Study in Business and 
Management; (1-9) REG 

Individual Instruction course contact depanment or iostnictor to 
obtain section number By permission only of the Graduate 



BMGT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact departmcn 
obtain section number Contact Graduate Program Director to 
make arrangements. 

BSCI Biological Sciences Program 
(Life Sciences) 



BSCI103 The World of Biology: (4) REG 

CORE Life Science Lab (LL) Formerly: BIOL 101 and BIOL 
102. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: BSCI 103 
or BSCI 105. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:OOam-10:20am(PLS 1130) 
TuTh II :00am- 1 :50pm (RIP 1105) Lab 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:00am- 10:20am (PLS 1130) 
TuTh 2 00pm-4 50pm (RIP 1105) Ub 
The following courses may involve the use of animals. Students 
who are concerned about the use of animals in teaching have the 
responsibility to contact the instructor, prior to course enrollment, 
to determine whether animals are to be used in the course, 
whether class exercises involving animals are optional or 
required and what alternatives, if any, are available. 

BSC1105 Principles of Biology I: (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science Lab (LL) Prereiiuisile: placement in MATH 

110 or higher For science majors. Credit will be granted for only 

one of the following: BSCI 103/BlOL 101 or BSCI 105/BIOL 105. 

Formerly BIOL 105. 

0101 Sniezek,! 

MTuWThF II :00am- 12:20pm (BPS 1250) 
TuTh 8:00am- II 00am (HJP 1226) Ub 



Sniezek. J, 
MTuWThF 11 
TuTh 8 OOani- 
Sniezek.J 
MTuWThF 1 1 
TuTh 8 OOani- 
Sniezek.J 
MTuWThF 1 1 
TuTh lOOpi 
Sniezek.). 
MTuWThF II 
TuTh 1 OOpi 
Sniezek. J 
MTuWThF 1 1 
TuTh 1:00pm- 



OOain-12:20pm(BPS 1250) 
4:00pm (HJP 1236) Lab 



:00am- 12:20pra (BPS 1250) 
4:00pm (HJP 1235) Ub 



:00am- 12 :20pm (BPS 1250) 
4:00pm (Arranged) Lab 



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BSCnOSM IPermReq) Principles of Biology I; (4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE: Life Science Lab (LL) Prerequisite: placement in MATH 

110 or higher For science majors. Credit will be granted for only 

one of the following: BSCI 103/BIOL 101 or BSCI 105/BIOL 105. 

Formerly BIOL 105. 

0105 Sniezek. J. 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12:20pm (BPS 1250) 

BSCI106 Principles of Biology II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Life Science Ub (LL) Prerequisite: MATH 110 
placement. For science majors. Formerly BIOL 106. 

0201 Panyon, P 

MTuWThF II 00am-12:20pm(PLS 1130) 
TuTh 8:00am- 11 :00am (HJP 2104) Lab 

0202 Panyon, P 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12:20pm (PLS 1 1 30) 
TuTh l:00pm-4:00pm (HJP 2104) Ub 

0203 Panyon. P 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12 20pm (PLS 1130) 
TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (HJP 2104) Ub 

BSCI120 Insects: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science (LS) Formerly ENTM 100. 

0201 Dobel, H. 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (PLS 1161) 

BSCI124 Plant Biology for Non-Science Students: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

For non-science majors only. Not open to students who have 
completed BSCI 105/BIOL 105. Formerly PBIO 100. 
0101 Koines, P 

MTuWTh 1 1:00am- 12:40pm (HJP 2242) 

BSCI12S Laboratory in Plant Biology; (1) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pre- or corequisile: BSCI 124. For non-science majors only. 
Formerly PBIO 101. 
0101 Moctezuma, E. 

TuTh 8:00am-ll:00am (HJP 3104) Ub 

BSCI20I Human Anatomy and Physiology 1; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Life Science Ub (LL) Prerequisite: BSCI 105 or 
equivalent. Formerly ZOOL 201. Students must pay a 140 00 
Uboratory Materials fee. (Sponsoring Department: BIOL.) 

0101 Kapp. J. 

MTuWThF 11 :30am- 12:50pm (PLS 1140) 
TuWTh 8:30am- II :30am (BPS 0205) Ub 

0102 Kapp. J 

MTuWThF 1 l:30am-12:50pm (PLS 1 140) 
TuWTh l:00pm-4:00pm (BPS 0205) Ub 

BSCI202 Human Anatomy and Physiology 11; (4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: BSCI 201 or permission of department. Formerly 

ZOOL 202. Students must pay a S40.00 Laboratory Materials fee. 

Sponsonng Department: BIOL. 

0201 ■ Carpenter, J. 

MTuWThF ll:30am-12:50pm(BPS 1250) 
TuWTh 8:30am-ll:30am (BPS 0205) Ub 

0202 Carpenter. J 

MTuWThF ll:30am-12:50pm(BPS 1250) 
TuWTh l:00pm-4:00pm (BPS 0205) Ub 

BSCI205 Environmental Science; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Life Science (LS) Formerly PBIO 235. (Sponsoring 
Department: BIOL.) 
0101 Koines, ?. 

MTuWTh 9:00ara- 10:40am (HIP 1229) 

BSCI222 Principles of Genetics; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: BSCI 105. one year college chemistry. Credit wilt 
be granted for only one of the following: BSCI 222/BlOL 222 or 
HORT274 Formerly BIOL 222. 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (BPS 1250) 
I DOnmfRPS 1738^ Pis 



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0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF9:30am-10:50am(BPS 1250) 
TuThF 1 1 :00am- 1 :00pm ( BPS 1 228 ) Dis 

BSCI223 General Microbiology; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Life Science Lab (LL) Prerequisile: BSCI 105. Credit mil 
be uranleilfnr only one of Ihe following: BSCI 122 or BSCI 223. 
Formerly MICB 200. 

0101 Joseph, S, 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:00am (MCE 1207) 
MTuWThF 9:00am- II :00am (MCB 120I)Lah 

0102 Joseph, S. 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:00am (MCB 1207) 
MTuWThF 9:00am- II :00am (MCB 1205) Lab 

0103 Joseph. S 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:00am (MCB 1207) 
MTuWThF 9:00am- 1 1:00am (MCB 1206) Lab 

BSCI230 Cell Bioloe; and Physiology; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: BSCI 105 and CHEM 103. Formerly TOOL 211. 

Sludents must pay a S40.00 Laboratory Materials fee. Sponsoring 

Deparmient: BIOL. 

0101 Amot. M. 

MTuWThF ll:30am-12:50pm(PLS 1130) 
TuWTh 8:30am-ll:30ani OPS 0207) Lab 

0103 Araot. M 

MTuWThF ll:30am-12:50pm(PLS 1130) 
TuWTh l:30pm-4:30pm (BPS 0207) Lab 

BSCIUOM (PermReq) Cell Biology and Physiology; (4) REG/P- 
F/AUD 

Prerequisites: BSCI 105 and CHEM 103. Formerly ZOOL 211. 
Prerequisite: BSCI 230 taken within 12 months prior to the 
semester in which BSCI 230M is talten A student is eligible to 
take this course only if the total lab score received in BSCI 230 
the last time the course was taken was at least 809(- of the total 
points possible. These scores will count as part of the grade in 
BSCI 230M. (Sponsoring DepI: BIOL). 
0101 Amot, M 

MTuWThF 11 :30am- 12:50pm (PLS 1130) 

BSCI279 iPermReq) SupplemenUI Study: SupplemenUI Study 
in Biology; (1-3) REG/P F/AUD 

Individual Insuuction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. (Sponsoring Department: BIOL ) 

BSCI279K IPermReq) Supplemental Study: Modern Biology - 
The Science Behind the Headlines; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Sludents learn about the science underlying topics such as: the 
Human Genome Project; Ebola; Mad Cow Disease; global 
wanning; cryopreservation; the loss of tropical rain forests; 
AIDS, cloning and other issues. Students who have taken AP 
biology are encouraged to enroll. A Young Scholars Program 
course Enrollment by permission only. Please contact SPOC for 
funher information at summer(s>umail. umd.edu 
04 YS Presson.J 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am- 1:00pm (BPS 1232) 

Tu l:00pm-4:00pm(BPS 1232) 

BSCI2«9 Ofr-Campus Internship; (1-3) S-R 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI338Z IPermReq] Special Topics in Biology; (1-4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

(Sponsoring Dcpanment: BIOL.) 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arnmged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI348R Special Ibpics in Cell Biology and Molecular 

Genetics; (1-4) REG/P-F/AUD 

Microbiology Internship Opportunity for students to perfomi 

research, relating to microbiology in an off-campus laboratory. 

Permission of Instructor required. 3 credits applicable to MICB 

specialization area. 

0101 Smith. A. 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI373 Natural History of the Chesapeake Bay; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: a course in biologiail sciences or permission of 

department. Formerly ZOOL 381. (Sponsoring Department: 

BIOL ) Acceptable towards Biological Sciences Specialization 

areas: ZOOL. EEBB. MARB. BGEN (non-lab). BEES, and GENB 

(category III 

0201 Small, E 

MTuWTh ll:00am-12:4Opm(BPS0283) 



BSCI379G Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics Department 
Research: Research in Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and 
Genetics.; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact deparmient or instructor to 
obtain section number Research carried out under guidance of 
faculty advisor. Student must make arrangements with a CBMG 
Departmental faculty member to do this research and register for 
this course. Permission Required. 

BSCI379H Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics Department 
Honors Research; (1-3) REG. 

Prerequisite: admission to departmental honors program. 
Repeatable to 8 credits if content differs. Formerly MICB 379. 
0101 Hutcheson. S 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Hutcheson. S 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI379M iPermReq) Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics 
Department Research: Research in Microbiology; (1-3) REG/ 
P-F/AUD 

Research carried out under guidance of faculty advisor. Student 
must make arrangements with a CBMG Deparmiental faculty 
member to do this research and register for this course. 
Permission Required. 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Smith. A. 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI379P Cell Biology and Molecular Genetics Department 
Research: Research in Plant Biology; (1-3) REG/P F/AUD 
Research carried out under guidance of faculty advisor Student 
must make arrangements with a CBMG Departmental faculty 
member to do this research and register for this course. 
Permission Required. 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI389 Entomology Department Research; (1-2) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI399 (PermReql Biology Department Research; (1-3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

(Sponsoring Department: BIOL.) 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

BSCI399H IPermReq) Biology Department Honors Research; 
(1-2) REG 

Prerequisite: participation in the Biology Department Honors 
Program. Repeatable to 08 credits if content differs. Formerly 
ZOOL3I8H. (Sponsoring Deponment: BIOL) 
OIOI STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be ananged 

BSCI430 Developmental Biology: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: BSCI 230 and BSCI 222. Formerly ZOOL 430. 
0201 Goode, M 

TuWTh 11 00am- 1:10pm (PLS 1111) 

BSC1440 Mammalian Physiology; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: BSCI 230 and CHEM 233 or permission of 
department. Formerly ZOOL 422. 

0101 Higgins, W 

MTuWTh 4:00pm-5;40pm (PLS 1130) 
TBA(PLS 1 121) Dis 

0102 Higgins. W. 

MTuWTh 4:00pm-5:40pm (PLS 1130) 
TBA(PLS 1121) Dis 

BSOS Behavioral and Social Sciences 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



BSOS302 IPermReq) Civicus Capstone; (3) REG 

Prerequisites: BSOS 301. Sophomore standing. 
0101 Bnggs. S. 

Time and room to be arranged 



BSOS386 IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

' BUAC Accounting and Information 
Assurance 

(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BU AC758A Special Topics in Accounting and Inronnation 
Assurance: Financial Statement Analysis; (3) REG. 

01D6 Sengupta. R 

Meets 05/29/04-08/07/04 

Sa 8 30am-3:00pm (DC 330A) 
This course will meet May 29. June 12, June 26. July 10. July 24 
and Aug ust 7. 2004 The final exam will be August 14, 2004. 



BUAC7S9 IPermReq) Independent Study in Accounting and 
informatioD Assurance; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmenl or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

BUDT Decision and Information 
Technologies 

(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BUDT705 Telecommunications and the Internet; (3) REG. 

Corequisite: BUSl 620. For BMGT majors only. Credit will be 
granted for only one of the following: BMGT 70S. BMGT 726 or 
BUDT 705. Formerly BMGT 705. 
OlDC STAFF 

MW 6:40pm- 10:00pm (DC 330A) 

BUDT7S8E Special Topics in Decision and Inronnation 
Technologies: Six Sigma: Strategy and Methods; (3) REG. 
0ID6 Edgemon. R 

TEA (DC 330A1 
This course will meet June 5. June 19. July 17 and July 31. 2004 
from 8: 30am to 6:30pm. 



BUDT7S9 IPermReq) Independent Study in Decision and 
Information Technologies; (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact departmen 
obtain section number. 

BUFN Finance 
(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BUFT470O Investment Management; (3) REG 

Corequisite: BUSl 640. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: BMGT 743 or BUFN 700. Formerly BMGT 743. 
OlIX: Gattis. L. 

TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (DC 330A) 

BUFN714 Advanced Financial Management; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BUSl 640. Credit will be granted for only one oftht 
following: BMGT 741 or BUFN 714. Formerly BMGT 741. 
02BA Jain. B 

MW 6:40pm- 10:00pm (Amnged) 
02DC White. S 

TuTh 6:40pm- 10:00pm (DC 330A) 
02GS Cichello.M 

MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (SGII 2032) 

BUFN722 Banking and Financial Institutions; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BUSl 640. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: BMGT 745 or BUFN 722. Formerly BMGT 745. 
OIBA Kapadia. N 

TuTh 6:40pm- 10;00pm (Ananged) 
OIIX; Kiss. E 

TuTh 6:40pm- lOOOpm (DC 330C) 

BUFN724 International Financial Management; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: BUSl 640. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: BMGT 746 or BUFN 724. Formerly BMGT 746. 
OlDC Bakshi.G 

MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (DC Gl) 
OIGS Heston. S. 

MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (SGII 2032) 



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BUFN726 Futures and Options Contract: (3) REG 
Prerequisite: BUSI 640 Credit will be granted for onh one of the 
following BMCT 7JJ or BUFN 726. Formerly BMGT 744. 
01D6 Park.C 

Meeis 05/29/04-08/07/04 

Sa 8 30am-3:00pra (DC 330O 
This couree will meet May 29. June 12. June 26. July 10. July 24 
and Aug usi 7. 20O» The final enam will be Augusl 14. 2004 



02DC 



Park. C. 

MW 6 40pm- 10:00pm (DC 330A1 



BUFN758F Special Topics in Finance: Regulation of Financial 
Martlets: (3) REG 
OlDC STAFF 

MW 6 40pm- 10:00pm (DC 330B) 

BUFN759 (PermReql Independent Study in Finance: (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

BULM Logistics, Business, and Public 
Policy 

(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BULM732 Logistics Management: (3) REG 

For BMGT rruijon only or permission oj department. Credit will bt 

granted for only one of the following; BMGT 772 or BULM 732. 

Formerly BMGT 772. 

OlDC DeWiit. W 

Time and rtxim to be arranged 
This course will meet two weekends. June 12-13 and June 26-27. 
2004 fiom 9 00am-6:30pm. 



OIBA 


STAFF 








Time and roc 


imtobe 


airanged 


OlDC 


STAFF 








Time and rtw 


mtobe 


arranged 


01 GS 


STAFF 








Time atld too 


miobe 


arranged 


02BA 


STAFF 








Time and roo 


m to be 


arranged 


02DC 


STAFF 








Time and too 


miobe 


arranged 


02GS 


STAFF 








Time and roo 


mlobe 


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BUMK Marketing 


(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BUMK701 Marketing Research Methotls: (3) REG 

Prerequisites. BUSI 630 and BUSI 650. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: BMGT 752 or BUMK 701. Formerly 

BMGT 752. 

01 D6 Ashley. D 

Meets 05/29/04-08/07/04 

Sa 8:30am-3:OOpm (DC 330B) 
This course will meei May 29. June 12. June 26. July 10. July 24, 
and Au gust 7. 2004 The final exain will be Augusl 14. 2004. 



BUMK7S3 International Marketing: (3) REG 
Prerequisite: BUSI 650. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: BMGT 753 or BUMK 753. Formerly BMCT 753. 
02DC Skuba. C 

MW 6:40pm- 10:00pm (DC 330D) 

BUMK7S8B Special Topics in Marketing: Service Marketing: 

(3) REG 

OIBA Wagner. J 

TuTh 6 40pm-10:00pra (Arranged) 

BUMK758Y Special Topics in Markettng: Consumer Product 
Marketing: (3) REG 
OlDC Whitney. D 

MW 6 40pm- I0:00pra (DC 330D) 
01 GS Nasser. D 

MW 6 40pm-IO:OOpm (SGII 2042) 

BUMK7S9 (PermReq) Independent Sttidy in Marketing: (1.6) 
REG 

individual Instruction course: conuict depanmenl t 
obtain section number. 



BUMO Management and Organization 
(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BUM0714 Executive Power and Negotiation: (3) REG 

Credit will be granted for only one oJ the following: BMGT 764 or 
BUMO 714. Formerly BMGT 764. 
OlDC Kudisch. J 

MWF 6:00pra- 10 00pm (DC 330C) 

BUMO720 Organizational Change: (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BUSI 662. For BMGT majors only. 
OlDC STAFF 

MW 6:40pm- lOOOpni (DC 330D) 
OIGS STAFF 

MW 6:40pm- 1 OOOpm (SGII 3032) 

BUM0732 New Venture Ciration: (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: completion of MBA core requirements or permission 
of department. Credit wilt be granted for only one of the following: 
BMGT 7S0 or BUMO 732. Formerly BMGT 7S0. 
01D6 STAFF 

TBA(DC330B) 
This course will meet June 5. June 19. July 17 and July 31. 2004 
from 8: 30am to 6:30pm 



02DC 



STAFF 

TuTh 6 40pra-IO 00pm (DC 330D) 



BUM0751 Implementing Strategy: Organizing to Compete: 

(3) REG 

Prerequisite: completion of the MBA core requirements or 

permission of department. Corequisile: BUSI 690. Credit will be 

granted for only one of the following: BMCT 767 or BUMO 751. 

Formerly BMGT 767. 

01D6 Counney. H 

TBA(DC330CI 
This course will meet June 5. June 19. July 17 and July 31. 2004 
from 8: 30am-6:30pra. 



02GS 



Lofstrom, S. 

TuTh 6:40pra-10:0Opm (SGII 2032) 



BVM0754 Global Strategy: (3) REG 

Corequisite: BUSI 690. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: BMGT 795 or BUMO 754. Formerly BMCT 795. 
02BA STAFF 

TuTh 6:40pm- lOOOpra (Arranged) 

BIJM0758C Special Topics in Management and Organization: 

(3) REG 

OIGS STAFF 

TuTh 6 40pm-IOOOpm (SGII 2032) 

BUM0758E Special Topics in Management and Organization: 

(3) REG 

OlDC STAFF 

TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (DC 330D) 

Bl)M07S9 IPermKeq) Independent Study in Management and 
Organization: (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

BUSI MBA Core and Cross-Functional 
(The Robert H. Smith School of Business) 



BUSI611 (PermReq) Managerial Accounting: (2) REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT6I0. For BMGT majors only. Credttwillbe 
granted for only one of the fallowing: BMGT 611 or BUSI 611. 
Formerly BMGT 61 1. 
OIBA Vemicer. T 

Meets 06/07/04 07/23/04 

W 6 2Spm- 10:00pm (Arranged) 
OlDI Finch. M. 

Meets 06/07/04-07/23/04 

W 6 25pm-10:00pm (DC CD 
01 D2 STAFF 

Meets 06/03/04-07/15/04 

Th 6:25pm-10:00pm (Arranged) 
This course will begin Thursday. June 3. 2004 

01D3 Finch. M. 

Meets 06/03/04-07/15/04 

Tu 6:25pm-l0:00pm (DC CI ) 



01D6 Vemieer. T. 

Meets 06/05/04-08/07/04 

Sa SSOam-IOOpm (DC CD 
This course will meet June 5. June 12, June 26, July 10. July 24 
and Aug usi 7. 2004. The final Exam will be Augusl 14. 2004. 

0ID7 Vemieer. T 

Meets 06(05/04-08/07/04 

Sa 2:00piii-6 lOpm (DC CI) 
OIGS STAFF 

Meets 06/07/04-07/23/04 

M6 25pm-10 00pm(SGI220) 
This course will begin on June 2. 2004. 



BUSI671 (PermReq) Supply Chain Logistics and Operations 
Management: (2) REG 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: BMGT 671 or 
BUSI 671. Formerly BMGT 671 
01 D6 Turner, H 

Meets 06/05/04-08/07/04 

Sa2 00pm-6:IOpm(DCGI) 
This course will meet June 5. June 12. June 26. July 10. July 24. 
and Au gusi 7. 2004 The final eiam will be Augusl 14. 2004 

01 D7 Turner. H 

Meets 06/05/04-08/07/04 

Sa8:50ani-1.00pm(DCGl) 
This course will meet June 5. June 12. June 26. July 10. July 24 
and Aug usi 7. 2004 The final exam will he Augusl 14. 2004 



BUSI683 (PermReq) The Global Economic Environment: (2) 

REG 

For BMCT majors only. Credit will be granted for only one of the 

fallowing: BMGT 683 or BUSI 683. Formerly BMGT 683. 

OIBA Olson. C 

Meets 06/02/04-07/23/04 

M 6:25pm- 10 00pm (Arranged) 
This course will begin June 2. 2004 

OlDI Feinberg.S 

Meets 06A)2/04-07/23/04 

M 6:25pm-10:0Opm(DC CD 
This course will begin June 2, 2004, 

01D2 Boroumand.J. 

Meets 06/07/04-07/23/04 

Tu 6:25pm-10:00pm iDC GD 
01D3 Feinberg.S 

Meets 06/03/04-07/15/04 

Th 6:25pm-10:00pm (DC Gl) 
This course will begin Thursday. June 3. 2004. 

OIGS Olson. C 

Meets 06/07/04-07/23/04 

W 6:25pm-10:00pm (SGI 220) 



BIJSI759 Independent Study in Business: (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depaitinenl 
obtain section number. 



BVSI761 The Environment of International Business; (3) REG. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: BMCT 794 or 
BUSI 761. Formerly BMCT 794. 
OlDC Morici, P 

TBA (DC 330D) 
This course will meet June 5-6 and June 19-20. 2004 from 
8:30am-6:00pm 

02D6 Morici. P 

TBA (DC 330D) 
This course will meet July 24-25 and Augusl 7-8. 2004 from 
8:30ani-6:00pm 



BUSI762 Globalization of Knowledge MangenienI: (3) REG 
02D6 Cardullo. M, 

TBA(DC330D) 
This course will meet July 31-Augusl I and Augusl 21-22. 2004 
from 8:30a m-6:0Opm 



BUSI764 Business Law for Managers; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: permission of department. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: BMGT 793 or BUSI 764. Formerly 

BMGT 793. 

02DC Leele. B. 

Meets 08/02/04-08/20/04 

MWF 6:OOpm-10 10pm (DC CD 



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BUSI780 Electronic Commerce: Business Models and 
Technology; (3) REG 

Preiequistte: BUSI 620. Credil will be granted for only one of the 
following: BMGT 723 or BUSI 730. Formerly BMGT 723. 
OIBA STAFF 

MW 5:40pm- 10:00pm (Arranged) 
01 GS STAFF 

TuTh 6:40pm- 10:00pm (DC 330B) 

BUSI799 IPermReq) Masters Thesis Research: (1-6) REG/SF 
0101 STAFF 

Time and rtiom to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

CCJS Criminology and Criminal Justice 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



CCJSIOO Introduction to Criminal Justice; (3) REG/F-F/AUD 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Formerly CJUS 100. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 10:40am (LEF 2166) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 10:40aro (LEF 2208) 

CCJSIOS Introduction to Criminoloey; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Formerly CRIM 220. 
010! STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 10:40am (TYD 2102) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am-10:40am (SQH 1119) 

CCJS200 Statistics for Criminolagy and Criminal Justice; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: MATH III and (CCJS 100 or CCJS 105) or 

permission of deportment. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am-10:40am (KEY 0102) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh ll:00am-12:40pm (TYD 1118) 

CCJS230 Criminal Law in Action; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 Jeandron. G. 

MTuWTh lOOOam-l 1:40am (SQH 2122) 

CCJS234 Law of Criminal Investigation; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: CCJS 230. 
0101 Jeandron. G. 

MW 1 : lSpm-4: 15pm (LEF 2208) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 
0201 Salem, D. 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 2111) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

CCJS300 Criminological and Criminal Justice Research 
Methods; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: CCJS lOOandCCJS 105: and one of the following: 
CCJS 200 or SOCY 201 or PSYC 200 or ECON 321 or BMGT 230 
0101 Broolts, L 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 10:40am (LEF 2205) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:00am-10:40am (TYD 1118) 

CCJS320 Introduction to Criminalistics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: CCJS 234. 
0101 Mauriello, T 

MW 6:00pm-9:00pm (AGL 3120) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 
0201 Mauriello, T 

MW 6:00pm-9:00pm (AGL 3120) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

CCJS340 Concepts of Law Enforcement Administration; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CCJS 100 or equivalent. 

0101 Brooks. L. 

MTuWTh ll:0Oam-12:4Opm(LEF 1201) 

CCJS350 Juvenile Delinquency; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: CCJS 105. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (TYD 2108) 

CCJS3S2 Drugs and Crime; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: CCJS 100. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh l:00pm-2:40pm (LEF 2205) 



CCJS3S9 IPermReq) Field Training in Criminology and 
Corrections; (1-6) REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CCJS386 IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/PR 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

CCJS39g IPermReq) Law Enforcement Field Training; (1-6) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

CCJS399 IPermReq) Independent Study in Criminslogy and 
Criminal Justice; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact deponment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

CCJS452 Treatment of Criminals and Delinquents; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: CCJS 105 or CCJS 350 or permission of 
department: and CCJS 300. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 10:00am-l 1:50am (LEF 2208) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (TYD 2109) 

CCJS699 Special Criminological Problems; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CCJS799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department c 
obtain section number. 

CCJS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact departmeni 
obtain section number. 

CHEM Chemistry 

(Life Sciences ) 

The College of Life Sciences enforces course prei«quisites. 
Students who do not meet the course prerequisites will be 
administratively dropped from the course. 

CHEM 103 General Chemistry I; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: placemen! in 
MATH 110 or higher Credit will be grimtedfor only one of the 
following: CHEM 102. CHEM 103. CHEM 105. CHEM 107. 
CHEM 111. CHEM 143. Ucmrt, discussion and laboratory 
meeting times will be arranged between 8:00am and I2:20pm 
Monday through Friday. The first class meeting will be lecture. 

0131 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm(CHM 1402) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am- 10 50am (CHM 0122) Dis 

0132 STAFF 

MTuWThF lI:00am-12:20pm(CHM 1402) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am- 10:50am (CHE 2118) Dis 

0138 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-08/20/04 

Tu 6:30pm-9:30pm (CHM 01 15) 
Th 7:30ipra- 10:20pm (Arranged) Lab 
Th 6:30pm-7 20pm (CHM 0128) Dis 

0231 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 OOam-12:20pm(CHMOII9) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:0Oam- 10:50am (PHY 1402) Dis 

CHEM103M IPermReq) General Chemistry I; (4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: placement in 
MATH 110 or higher Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: CHEM 102. CHEM 103. CHEM 105. CHEM 107. 
CHEM 111. CHEM 143. Discussion meeting times will be 9:30 
a.m. Monday through Friday. Prerequisite: CHEM 103 token at 
UMCP within twelve months of the semester which CHEM 103M 
is taken. A student is eligible to take this course only if the lab 
SC0I7S received in CHEM 103, the last lime it was taken, totaled 
at least 80.0 percent of the maximum possible total. These scores 
will count for part of the grade in CHEM I03M. 

0131 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1:00am- 12 :20pm (CHM 1402) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CHM 0122) Dis 

0132 STAFF 

MTuWThF II 00am- 12 20pm (CHM 1402) 
MTuWThF 9:30ara- 10:50am (CHE 21 18) Dis 



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0231 STAFF 

MTuWThF n:OOam-12:20pra(CHM0119) 
MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (PHY 1402) Dis 

CHEM113 General Chemistry II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CpRE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or 
CHEM 105. Credil will be granted for only one of the following: 
CHEM 113 or CHEM 153. Ucture, discussion and laboratory 
meeting times will he arranged between 8:00am and 12:20pm 
Monday through Friday. The first class will be lecture. 
0141 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-l2:20pm(PHY 1410) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am- 10:50ara (CHM 0124) Dis 
0148 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-08/20/04 

Tu 6:30pm-9:30pm (CHM 1402) 
Th 7:3()pm- 10:20pm (Arranged) Lab 
Th 6:30pm-7:20pm (CHM 0119) Dis 

0241 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-I2:20pm(CHM 1402) 
Time and room to be ananged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am (CHM 01 19) Dis 

0242 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:0Oam-I2:20pm(CHM 1402) 
Time and room to kie arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8 00am- 10:50am (CHM 0128) Dis 

CHEM113M (PermReq) General Chemistry II; (4) RgG/P-F/ 
AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or 
CHEM 105. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 
CHEM 113 or CHEM 153. Discussion meeting times will be 9:30 
a.m Monday through Friday. Prerequisite: CHEM 113 taken at 
UMCP within twelve months of the semester which CHEM 1 13M 
is taken. A student is eligible to lake this course only if the lab 
scores received in CHEM 1 13. the last time it was taken, totaled 
at least 80.0 percent of the maximum possible total. These scores 
will course for pan of the grade in CHEM 1 13M. 
0141 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:0Oam-12:20pm(PHY 1410) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CHM 0124) Dis 

0241 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00ara-I2:20pra (CHM 1402) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CHM 01 19) Dis 

0242 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:0Oam-12:20pm(CHM 1402) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CHM 0128) Dis 

CHEM233 Organic Chemistry I; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: A grade of Cor better in CHEM 113 or CHEM 133 
or CHEM 153. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 
CHEM 104. CHEM 233. CHEM 255. Lecture, discussion and 
laboratory meeting times wilt be arranged between 8.00am and 
12:20pm Monday through Friday. The first class will be lecture. 

0171 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12 20pm (CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8;00am-10:50am (CHM 01 19) Dis 

0172 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12 20pm (CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00ain-lO50am (CHM 0128) Dis 

0173 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:0Oam-12:20pm(CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am- 10:50am (CHM 2201) Dis 

0174 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12 :20pm (CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am- 10:50am (CHM 01 15) Dis 

CHEM233M IPermReq) Organic Chemistry I; (4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: A grade of C or belter in CHEM 113 or CUEM 133 
or CHEM HI Credit will he grimtedfor only one of the following: 
CHEM 104. CHEM 233. CHEM 255. Discussion meeting times 
will be 9:30 am Monday through Friday Prerequisite: CHEM 233 
token at UMCP within twelve months of the semester in which 
CHEM 233M is taken. A smdent is eligible to lake this course only 
if the lob scores received in CHEM 233. the lost time it was taken, 
totaled ai least 80 percent of the maximum possible total. These 
scores will count for part of the grade in CHEM 233M. 

0171 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9:30aro-10:50am (CHM 01 19) Dis 

0172 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm(CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-I0:50am (CHM 0128) Dis 

0173 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm(CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-IO:50am (CHM 2201) Dis 



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0174 STAFF 

MTuWTW 11 OOam-12 20pni(CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10:S0am (CHM 01 15) Dis 

CHEM243 Organic Chemistry II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: A itmde ofC or belter m CHEM 233 or CHEM 237. 
Credit iviH be gmoled for only one of the following: CHEM 243 or 
CHEM 247. Lecture and laboralory meeting times will be 
afrangeti between 8,00am and 12:20pm Monday through Friday. 
The first class meeting will be lecture, 

0181 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1) OOaml2:20pm(CHM0115) 
Time and room to be ananged Lab 
MTuWThF 8 00am-10:50am(CSS 2416) Dis 

0182 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 OOam-12:20pm(CHMOI15) 
Time and room lo be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:COam-10:50anl(BPS 1234) Dis 

0281 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 OOam-12 20pm (CHM 1407) 
Time and ro<im lo be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8 OOam-lOSOam (CHM 01 15) Dis 

0282 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 OOam-12 20pm (CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8 OOamlO 50am (CHM 2201) Dis 

0283 STAFF 

MTuWThF II OOam-12:20pm(CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:OOam-10:50am(EGR 1102) Dis 

0284 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 00am-12:20pm(CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50ara (CHM 0124) Di» 

0285 STAFF 

MTuWThF n:OOaml2:20pm(CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8,00ara-lO50am (EGR 31 14) Dis 

CHEM143M (PermReq) Organic Chemistry II; (4) REG/PF/ 
AUD 

Prerequisite: A grade ofC or better in CHEM 233 or CHEM 237. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: CHEM 243 or 
CHEM 247. Prerequisite CHEM 243 taiten at UMCP within 
twelve months of the semester in which CHEM 243M is lalien. A 
student is eligible to take this course only if the lab scores 
received in CHEM 243. the last time it was taken, totaled at least 
80,0 percent of thi: maximum possible total. These scores will 
count for part of the grade in CHEM 243M. 

0181 STAFF 

MTuWThF II OOam-12 20pm (CHM 0115) 
MTuWThF 9 30am- 10:50am (CSS 2416) Dis 

0182 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 OOaml2:20pm (CHM 0115) 
MTuWThF 9 30am-IO 50am (BPS 1234) Dis 

0281 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 00am-I2:20pm(CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9 30am-10:50am (CHM 01 15) Dis 

0282 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 00am- 12:20pm (CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9 30am-10:50am (CHM 2201) Dis 

0283 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 l:00am-I2:20pra (CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9 30am- 10:50ara (EGR 1102) Dis 

0284 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 :00am- 12:20pm (CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9 30am-10:50am (CHM 0124) Dis 

0285 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm(CHM 1407) 
MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (EGR 31 14) Dis 

CHEM3WA Introduction to Chemical Research; (1) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged Lab 
CHEM399B Introduction to Chemical Research; (2) REG/P-F/ 
AUD. 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room lo be arranged Lab 

CHEM399C Introduction lo Chemical Research; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

0201 STAFF 

Time and room lo be arranged 

CHEM481 Physical Chemistry I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: A grcule ofC or belter in CHEM 113. CHEM 153. or 
CHEM 133: andMATH 141 and PHYS 142. The "C" or belter in 
prerequisites is required for Life Science majors. 
0101 STAFF 

Meels 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuThF 8 OOam-9 20am (CHM 0127) 



CHEM699 Special Problems in Chemistry; (1-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contuct depanmen 
obiain section number 

CHEM799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: co,ntact depanmenl or inslr^ 
obiain section number, 

CHEM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact depunmen 
obtain section number, 

CHIN Chinese 

(Arts and Humanities) 

Strengthen your Chinese through a six-week intensive language 
workshop that is designed to help you maintain and reinforce your 
command and understanding of the basics. This six-week non- 
credit workshop is a perfect way not lo lose what you have spent 
so much effort in acquiring. The program will focus on language 
study and cultural etuichment five days a week Enrollment in 
course listing SUMM 014. by permission of the Chinese Program, 
is open to college students and other members of the community. 
For more information and to enroll, visit www,summerumd eduy 
language/chinese/ or contact Professor David Branner at 
dbranner@umd.edu. 

CHIN2I3 Chinese Poetry into English: An inlradiiction: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY 

0201 Chao, S 

TuTh 9:00am- 12 20pm (JMZ 0208) 

CHIN316 n-aditlonal Chinese Values; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

DIVERSITY 

0101 Brown. W. 

TuTh 9:00am- 12:20pm (JMZ 1224) 

CHPH Chemical Physics 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



CHPH799 Master's Thesis Research; (l-«) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor lo 
obtain section number. 

CHPH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment o 
obtain section number, 

CLAS Classics 
(Arts and Humanities) 



CLASIOO Classical Foundations; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Literature (HL) Snidenls investigate issues of race and 
difference in the ancient world by comparing texts of the ancient 
world to those of our own period. Students learn how diversity 
was understood and lepresented in the ancient world-Greek and 
Roman cultures-and investigate how popular entenainment 
enforces our own attitudes toward difference, A Young Scholars 
Program course. Enrollment by permission only. Please contact 
SPOC for further information at summer@umait,umd,edu, 
04YS Scholten.J 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

M 9:00am- 12:00pm (ARC 1123) 
TuWThF l:00pm-4 00pm (ARC 1123) 

CLAS170 Greek and Roman Mythology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HL) 

0101 Staley. G 

MTuWTh 12:00pm-l 40pm(MMH 1400) 

0102 Staley. G. 

MW 5:00pm-8:20pm (MMH 3418) 

0201 Hernandez. B. 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (MMH 1400) 

0202 Generose. K. 

MTh 5:00pm-8:20pm (MMH 1304) 

CLAS309 Special Topics in Classical Literature: Ancient 
Roman Religion from Jupiter to Jesus; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Why did Romans - Pagan and Christian ■ have such a fervent 
belief in Rome's divine sanction to role the world? What was the 
Pontifex Maximus before the Pope look over his title? How did the 
early Christian community recognize itself as Christian? And how 
' identity from its Jewish roots? We take a 



chronological approach to ancient Roman religion to trace its 
major developments from the archaic penod (roughly 1000-850 
BC) up well into the Christian era (the 6th century AD). Students 
look at a broad range of sources for our understanding of Roman 
religion - archaeological, literary, legal, and histoncal Along the 
way we address some of the issues that concerned the Romans 
and still concern us today, such as the human relationship to the 
divine, the human "consltMction" of the divine as it reflects 
human experience, the relationship between religion and the 
state, and the existence (or non-existence) of the divine. 
05Z1 Rutledge,S 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTh 6:00pm-9;20pm (SGI 102) 
Section 05Z1 is taught at the Shady Grove Campus located at 
9630 Gudelsky Drive, RockviUe, MD. 



CLAS470 Approaches to Greek Mythology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: CIAS 170 or permission of department. 
0101 Staley. G 

TuTh 5:00pm-8:20pm (MMH 3418) 

CLAS799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REO/S- 

f. 

0201 Hallett, J 

Time and room to be arranged 

CMLT Comparative Literature 
(Arts and Humanities) 



CMLT270 Global Literature and Sodal Change; (3) REG. 

CORE: Literamre (HL) DIVERSITY 
0201 Kiogel. A 

TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1101) 

CMLT275 World Literature by Women; (3) REG. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered as WMST 275. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: CMLT275 or 

WMST 275. 

0101 Dix. J. 

TuTh 6:0Opm-9: 15pm (SQH 2120) 

CMLT386 (PermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) RBG/P-F. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor lo 
obtain section number. Prerequisile: pennission of department. 
Junior standing. 

CMLT699 (PermReq) Independent Study; (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CMLTTgg (PermReq) PracHcum in Comparative Studies; (1-6) 
S-F. 

intact department or instructor to 

CMLT799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

CMLT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section numtier. 

CMPS Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



CMPS299B (PermReq) Special Tbpics: Achieving Academic 
Excellence; (1) REG/P-F/AUD 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

0102 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

0103 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

CMPS299C (PermReq) Special Topics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-07/30/04 

Time and room to be arranged 



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CMPS497 IPermRai) Expcrienlia] Learning; (1-3) S-F. 
Prerequisite: Permission ofCMPS Deparmenl. For CMPS majors 



) be arranged 

CMSC Computer Science 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



CMSC114 (PermReq) Computer Science 1; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: CMSC 106 with n grade o/C or better: and 
permission of department based on satisfactory' performance on 
the department's placement exams. Corequisite: MATH 141. Not 
open to students who have completed CMSC 214 or higher Credit 
will be granted for only one of the following: CMSC 114 or CMSC 
113. 

0101 Emad. F. 

Meets 06/01/04-08/07/04 

MTuThF ll:0Oam-12:20pm(CSI3117) 
W ll;OOani-12:20pin (CSl 3120) Ub 

CMSC131 Object-Oriented Programming I; (4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Corequisite: MATH 140 and permission of department. For CMSC 

majors only. Not open to students who have completed CMSC 114. 

0101 Padua-Pcrez. N 

MTuWTh 9:30am- 10:50am (CSI 31 17) 

F9:30am-10:50am (CSI 3117) Dis 

CMSC214 (PermReq) Computer ScieiKe II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: CMSC 114 with a grade ofCor belter: or a score of 
4 or 5 on either the A or the AB C+ -f AP exam: or permission of 
department based on satisfactory' performance on the department 
placement exam. Corequisite: CMSC 250. Credit will be granted 
for only one of the following: CMSC 214 or CMSC 113. 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-08/07/04 

MTuWTh 11 :00am- 12:20pm (CSI 21 17) 
F n:0OaiTi-l2:2Opm(CS12117)Lab 

CMSC2S0 (PermReq) Discrete Structures; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MATH 141 and permission of department. Formerly 

CMSC 150. 

0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWTh 12:30pra-I:50pm(CSI 1121) 

FI2:30pm-l:50pm(CSI 1121)Dis 

CMSC298A (PermReq) Special Topics in Computer Science; 
(1-4) S-F 

Individual instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number, 

CMSC311 (PermReq) Computer Organization; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: CMSC 214 with a grade of Cor better and CMSC 
250 with grade of C or better and permission of department. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (CSI 1115) 

CMSC33D (PermReq) Organization of Programming 

Languages: (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: CMSC 214 with a grade of Cor better and CMSC 

250 with a grade ofCor better and permission of department. 

0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/22/04 

MTuTh 9:30am- 10:50am (CSI 2117) 
WF9:30am-10:50am(CSl 2117) Ub 

CMSC3S1 (PermReq) Algorithms; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: CMSC 214 with a grade of Cor belter and CMSC 
250 with a grade ofC or better and permission of department. 
CMSC 351 may not count as one of the required upper level 
CMSC courses for students who are required to have 24 upper 
level CMSC credits for graduation, i.e. for students who became 
computer science majors prior to Fall, 2002. Credit will be 
granted for only one of the following: CMSC 251 or CMSC 351. 
Formerly CMSC 251. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12;20pm(CSl 1122) 

CMSC390 (PermReq) Honors Paper; (3) REG 

Individual Instniction course: contact department or instnictor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: admission to CMSC Honors 
Program. 



CMSC411 (PermReq) Computer Systems Architecture; (3) 

REG 

Prerequisites: a grade of C or better in CMSC 311 and CMSC 330: 

and permission of department: or CMSC graduate student. 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF II 00am-l2:20pm(CSI 1115) 

CMSC420 (PermReq) Data Structures; (3) REG 
Prerequisites: A grade of Cor better in CMSC 330 and in CMSC 
351: and permission of department: or CMSC graduate student. 
0101 Hugue, M 

Meets 06/01/04-07/22/04 

MTuWTh l2:30pm-!:50pm(CSI 1115), 

CMSC451 (PermReq) Design and Analysis of Computer 
Algorithms; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: a grade ofCor belter in CMSC 351: and permission 
of department: or CMSC graduate student. 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9;30am- 10:50am (CSI 1122) 

CMSC460 (PermReq) Computational Methods: (3) REG. 

Prerequisites: MATH 240: and MATH 241: and CMSC 106 or 
CMSC 114 or ENEE 114: and permission ofdepartmenl:or CMSC 
greaduate student. Also offered as AMSC 460. Credit will be 
granted for only one of the following: AMSC/CMSC/MAPL 460 or 
AMSC/CMSC/MAPL 466. 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0421) 



CMSC498A (PermReq) Special Problems in Computi 
Science; (1-3) REG 

Individual Instnjction course: contact depanmen 
obtain section number. 



CMSC598 (PermReq) Practical TVaining; (1) S-E 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor t 
obtain section number. 



0104 
0291 
0202 



CMSC798A (PermReq) Graduate Seminar in I 
Science; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact departmen 
obtain section number. 



CMSC799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnictor to 
obtain section nimiber. 

CMSC8I8A (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Computer 
Systems; (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CMSC828A (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Inrormalion 
Processing: (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instrtictor to 
obtain section number. 

CMSC838A (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Programming 
Languages; (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



CMSC8S8A (PermReq) Advanced Ibpics in Theory of 
Computing: (1-3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Insuuction course: contact departmer 
obtain section number. 



CMSC878A (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Numerical 
Methods; (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CMSC899 (PermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG 

Individual Instniction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

COMM Communication 
(Arts and Humanities) 

COMM107 Oral Communication: Principles and Practices: (3) 

REG/P-F 

Not open to students who have completed COMM 100 or SPCH 

100. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: COMM 

100 or COMM 107 or SPCH 100 or SPCH 107. Formerly SPCH 
107. 

0101 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (PLS 1180) 



STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm(PLS 1162) 

STAlFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm(PLS 1164) 

STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (PLS 1113) 



COMM200 Advanced Public Speaking; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Humanities (HO) Formerly SPCH 200. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (PLS 1 158) 

COMM230 ArgumenUtion and Debate; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Formerly SPCH 230. 
0101 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (PLS 1 184) 

COMM250 Introduction to Communication Inquiry; (3) REG/ 
P-F/AUD. 

Formerly SPCH 250 
OIOI STAFF 

TuWTh 10:00am-12:30pm(ASY 1213) 

COMM324 Communication and Gender; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY Formerly SPCH 324. 
0101 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (PLS 1111) 
02Z1 STAFF 

MW I:OOpm-4:20pm(SGI 102) 
Section 02Z1 is taught at the Shady Grove Campus located at 
9630 Gudelsicy Drive. Rocl:viIle. MD. 



COMM330 Argumentation and Publk Policy; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Formerly SPCH 330. 

OIOI STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (PLS 1 1 17) 

COMM340 Communicating Uie Narrative; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Formerly SPCH 340 
0101 McCaleb. J 

TuTh I:0Opm-4:2Opm(TYD 1118) 

COMM350 Public Relations Theory: (3) REG/F-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: Grade C or better in Jour 201. JOUR 231 or COMM 
250: or permission of department. Not open to students who have 
completed JOUR 330. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: COMM 350 or COMM 430 or JOUR 330 or JOUR 530. 
Formerly JOUR 330. 
0101 STAFF 

TuTh l:00pm-4:20pm(PLS 1140) 

COMM351 (PermReq) Public Relations Techniques; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COMM 350 and grade C or belter in JOUR 202 or 
JOUR 232. Not open to students who have completed JOUR 331. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: COMM 351 or 
JOUR 331. Formerly JOUR 331. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (EGR 3140) 

COMM3S2 (PermReq) Specialized Writing In Public Relations; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: COMM 351. Not open to students who have 
completed JOUR 332. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: COMM 352 or JOUR 332. Formerly JOUR 332. 
0201 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (EGR 3140) 

COMM383 Urban Conmiuniution; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Formerly SPCH 383. 
OIOI STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pra-9:20pm (SKN III2) 

COMM386 (PermReq) Experiential Leaming: (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnictor to 
obtain section number. 45 hours of supenised internship per 
credit hour Only 3 credits may be used to fulfill the requirements 
for the Communication major. Prerequisite: permission of 
department. Junior standing. For COMM majors only. Credit will 
be granted for only one of the following: COMM 386 or SPCH 
386. Formerly SPCH 386. 

COMM388 (PermReq) Communication Practicum: (1-3) REG/ 



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U N I V E RS I T Y OF 

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Visiting Undergraduate Application 
Summer Student 2004 



Questions? E-mail summer@umail.umd.edu Call 301-314-3572 or 1-877-989-SPOC^ 

NOTE: Current University of Maryland, College Park students do not need to apply for 
summer admission. Current high school students should use a regular application for 
admission or complete either the Young Scholars Program or the Arts! at 
Maryland application. 

There is a non-refundable $50 application-processing fee. This fee will be assessed 
regardless of your decision to register for or complete courses for the term. Please 
attach a check or money order made payable to the University of Maryland. Write 
your Social Security Number on your check or money order. Or, you may pay by 
credit card. 

1) U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



nnDHnDHnnnn 



If you wish to use your credit card, check one and provide 
information requested below: 



D 



D 



D 



Customer Account Number 

Effective Date Expiration Date_ 

Name on Card 



Cardholder's Signature_ 



Middle Name 



Former Last Name 



4) Permanent Address (Billing Address) 



5) Current Address (Local) 



Number and Street Address Apartment City State Zip Code 



Number and Street Address Apartment City State Zip Code 



County Country 
6) E-mail Address 



Area Code and Telephone Number County Country Area Code and Telephone Number 
7) Sex: D Male D Female 8) Birthdate: / / 



9) This information is solely for the purpose of determining compliance with Federal civil rights law. Your response will not affect consideration of your application. 
G American Indian/Alaska Native D Hispanic D Asian/Pacific Islander n Black, not of Hispanic origin D White Other 



10) Are you a United States Citizen? D Yes D No If no, please complete the following: 
Non-U.S. Citizens or Permanent Immigrants: 



Country of Birth . 



Alien Registration Number 



Country of Citizenship 

Date of Issue / 



Type of Visa . 

Date of Expiration /_ 



1 1 ) Please check one : 

D High School Graduate D Currently enrolled at another college/university D College or University Graduate D Golden ID student 

12) Have you ever previously applied for admission to the University of Maryland, College Park? D Yes D No 

If yes. Type of program: D Undergraduate D Graduate Term/Year Applied for: 

Dates of Attendance, if applicable: 

13)List the high school from which you graduated. Also list the coll ege or university y ou currently attend or last attended 







Attendance Dates 
Month and Year 








Name of High School or GED 


City, State 


From Through 


Graduation Date 


Cumulative GPA 




College/University 


City, State 


From Through 


Credits Earned 


Graduation Date 


Degree Obtained 



14) Are you in good standing at all previous institutions and eligible to return, including the University of Maryland? D No D Yes 

15) Has disciplinary action been initiated or taken against you at any of the institutions attended, including the University of Maryland? D No n Yes 

16) Have you ever been indicted for, pleaded guilty to, or been found guilty of any criminal offense excluding minor traffic violations? D No D Yes 
If you answered no to 14 or yes to 15 or 16, please attach a statement describing the situation and its resolution. 

17) Are you claiming Maryland residency? DYes DNo (If yes, complete page 2 of this application.) 

I certify that the information on this application is complete and correct. If it is not, I understand that cancellation of admission and registration may result. 
I agree to abide by the rules, policies and regulations of the University of Maryland By signing this document I agree to pay the $50.00 application fee. 

18) 



19). 



Signature of Applicant 



Signature of legal guardian if applicant is under 18 



Date 
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RESIDENCY INFORMATION 

Do you wish to be considered for in-state tuition status? □ Yes (complete this section of the application) 

□ No (goto item 10) 
IF ANY OF THE CATEGORIES BELOW APPLY, PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX, PROVIDE REQUESTED INFORMATION 
AND/OR DOCUMENT, AND GO TO ITEM 10. 
Q I am a part-time (50%) or full-time regular employee of the University System of Maryland or, I am the spouse of, or am fmancially 

dependent upon a parent or legal guardian who is a regular employee of the University System of Maryland. 

Please indicate relationship: 

Please attach a letter of verification from the Human Resources Office of the campus at which you or your spouse or parent or legal guardian Is 

employed. 
Q I am a full-time active member of the U.S. Armed Forces whose home of residency is tMaryland or one who resides or is stationed in 

Maryland, or the spouse or a financially dependent child of such a person. Please attach a copy of your deed or lease (if applicable), or 

verification from the service that you have declared Maryland as your "home of residency" (if applicable); and the most recent assignment orders. 

Also, please indicate date of expected separation from the military 

If none of the above is checked, applicants seeking in-state status must complete the following questions. Failure to complete all of the required 
items may result in a non-Maryland resident classification and out-of-state charges being applied. Residency classification information is 
evaluated In accordance with the University System of Maryland policy on residency. The applicant may be contacted for clarification of an 
item or for additional information as necessary. 

PLEASE CHECK ONE: 

□ I am financially independent. I have earned taxable income that covered one half or more of my total expenses for the past twelve months, and I 
have not been claimed as a dependent on another person's most recent income tax returns. 

□ I am financially dependent on another person who has provided me with half or more of my total expenses for the past twelve months, and/or has 
claimed me as a dependent on his/her most recent income tax returns, or I am a ward of the state of Maryland. If a ward of the state, please submit 
documentation and go to item 10. 

Name of person upon whom dependent and relationship to applicant: 

a. How long have you been dependent upon this person? 

b. Is the person a resident of Maryland? □ Yes □ No 

c. Address of this person: 



Is this person a citizen of the United States? □ Yes □ No 

i. If no, type of visa: 

Hi. Alien Registration No. 



Expiration date of visa: 
Date of Issuance: 



Has this person filed a Maryland state income tax return tor the most recent year on all earned income including income earned outside of 
Maryland? □ Yes Q No If yes, list actual years Maryland income tax returns have been filed within the past three years. 



ii. If a Maryland tax return has not been filed within the last 12 months, state reason(s); 
Signature of this person: 



f. 

The Student Applicant is responsible for completing items 1 - 10. 



□ Yes □ No 

□ Yes □ No 



Q Yes □ No 

□ Yes □ No 

□ Yes □ No 
Q Yes □ No 

□ Yes □ No 



1. Are you residing in Maryland primarily to attend an educational institution? 

2. Permanent address: 



Length of time at permanent address years 

If less than 12 months, provide previous address: _ 



Length of time at previous address years months 

Are all, or substantially all of your possessions in Maryland? 

Do you possess a valid driver's license? 

a. If yes, initial date of issue 

c. Most recent date of issue 



b. In what state? 
d. In what state? 



Do you own any motor vehicles? 

a. If yes, initial date of registration? 

c. Most recent date of registration 

Are you registered to vote? 

a. If yes, in what state? 



b. In what state? . 
d. In what state? 



b. Date of registration: 



c. Were you previously registered to vote in another state?_ 

7. Have you filed a Maryland state income tax return for the most recent year? If yes, list years you have filed Maryland 
income tax returns within the past three years. 

a. Years filed: 

b. If you did not file a tax return in Maryland within the last 12 months, state reason(s): 

8. Is Maryland state income tax currently being withheld from your pay? If no, provide explanation. 

9. Do you receive any public assistance from a state or local agency other than one in Maryland? 

a. If yes, please explain 

I certify that the information provided is complete and correct. I understand that the university reserves the right to request additional information if necessary. 
In the event the university discovers that false or misleading information has been provided, the student applicant may be billed by the university retroactively 
to recover the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition for the current and subsequent semesters. 



Signature of Applicant Date 

Questions regarding this residency questionnaire, please contact SPOC at 1-877-989-SPOC or 301-314-3572 or e-mail summer@umail.umd.edu. 

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JVLARYLAND 



Visiting Graduate and Advanced Special Student 
Summer Student Application 2004 



Questions? E-mail SUmmer@umail.umd.edU Call 301-314-3572 or 1-877-989-SPOC 



Note: Current University of Maryland, College Park students do not need to apply for summer 
admission. 

There is a non-refundable $50 application-processing fee. This fee will be assessed regardless of 
your decision to register for or complete courses for the term. Please attach a check or money 
order made payable to the University of Maryland. Write your Social Security Number on your 
check or money order. Or, you may pay by credit card. 

Are you claiming Maryland residency? DVes DNo (If yes. complete page 2 of this application.) 

Have you ever applied to our Graduate School before either as an Advanced Special or Degree 

Seeking Student? DVes. Year D No 

Oo you qualify for the Golden ID fee waiver? DYes GNo 



U.S. SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



If you wish to use your credit card, check one and provide 
information requested below: 



Customer Account Number 

Effective Date Expiration Date_ 

Name on Card 



Cardholder's Signature_ 



Summer 



2004 



Last 

Present Address: 



Other 
Home Phone: 
Work Phone: 
Email Address: 



City 



State or Country 
D Female 



Zip Code 



MD County 



Please check one (see the Admission and Registration section in the summer 


Citizenship: 


schedule of classes or at ww/w. summer.umd.edu): 


D U.S. 


D Visiting Graduate Student 


D Non-U.S. 


□ Institute Student 




Cj Advanced Special Student 

G Bachelor's Degree with 3.0 GPA 
3 Master's or Doctoral Degree 
3 Test Scores, indicated below 

□ Golden ID Student 


Non-U. S. Citizens or Permanent Immigrants: 
Country of Citizenship 


Citv and Country of Birth 
Type of Visa 


Permanent Alien Reqistration 


Date of Issue 



This information is solely for the purpose of determining compliance with Federal civil rights law. Your response will not affect consideration of your application. 
U American Indian/Alaska Native D Hispanic D Asian/Pacific Islander D Black, not of Hispanic origin D White D Other_ 



List in chronological order alt colleges, universities or other institutions of higher learning which you have attended, including the University of Maryland. An official transcript 
is required for Advanced Special Student status; an unofficial copy may be attached to expedite the summer registration process. Visiting graduate student applicants must 
submit a letter of permission from their dean indicating they are in good standing and that UM credits will be accepted for transfer. 



Name of Institution 


Location 


From 


To 


Major 


Degree 


Date Awarded/ 
Expected 


Overall 
Average 



















































A) Are you in good standing at all previous institutions and eligible to return, including the University of Maryland? n No D Yes 

B) Has disciplinary action been initiated or taken against you at any of the institutions attended, including the University of Maryland? D No D Yes 

C) Have you ever been indicted for, pleaded guilty to, or been found guilty of any criminal offense excluding minor traffic violations? D No D Yes 
If you answered no to A or yes to B or C, please attach a statement describing the situation and its resolution. 

If appropriate, please complete the following and have the testing agency send OFFICIAL test results to the Graduate School. If you have n ot tak en 
the required examination. Indicate when you plan to do so. Our institution code is 5814. 



Graduate Record General (Aptitude) (GRE) Date_ 

Miller Analogies Test (MAT) Date_ 

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Date_ 

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Date_ 



Verbal, 
Score_ 
Score_ 
Score 



Analytical, 




(A TOEFL score report must be submitted by all applicants whose native language is not English unless they have a 
degree from an accredited U.S. institution of higher education.) 

I certify that the information on this application is complete and correct. If it is not, I understand that cancellation of admission and 

registration may result. I agree to abide by the rules, policies and regulations of the University of Maryland. By signing this document I agree to pay the 

$50.00 application fee. 

All students must sign application on page 2, item 10. 
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RESIDENCY INFORMATION 

Do you wish to be considered for in-state tuition status? □ Yes (complete this section of the application) 

□ No (go to item 10) 
IF ANY OF THE CATEGORIES BELOW APPLY, PLEASE CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX, PROVIDE REQUESTED INFORMATION 
AND/OR DOCUMENT, AND GO TO ITEM 10. 
Q I am a part-time (50%) or full-time regular employee of the University System of Maryland or, I am the spouse of, or am fmancially 

dependent upon a parent or legal guardian who is a regular employee of the University System of Maryland. 

Please indicate relationship: 

Please attach a letter of verification from the Human Resources Office of the campus at which you or your spouse or parent or legal guardian is 

employed. 
Q I am a full-time active member of the U.S. Armed Forces whose home of residency is Maryland or one who resides or is stationed in 

Maryland, or the spouse or a financially dependent child of such a person. Please attach a copy of your deed or lease (if applicable), or 

verification from the service that you have declared Maryland as your "home of residency" (if applicable); and the most recent assignment orders. 

Also, please indicate date of expected separation from the military 

If none of the above is checked, applicants seeking in-state status must complete the following questions. Failure to complete all of the required 
items may result in a non-Maryland resident classification and out-of-state charges being applied. Residency classification information is 
evaluated in accordance with the University System of Maryland policy on residency. The applicant may be contacted for clarification of an 
item or for additional information as necessary. 

PLEASE CHECK ONE: 

□ I am financially independent. I have earned taxable income that covered one half or more of my total expenses for the past twelve months, and I 
have not been claimed as a dependent on another person's most recent income tax returns. 

□ I am fmancially dependent on another person who has provided me with half or more of my total expenses for the past twelve months, and/or has 
claimed me as a dependent on his/her most recent income tax returns, or I am a ward of the state of Maryland. If a ward of the state, please submit 
documentation and go to item 10. 

Name of person upon whom dependent and relationship to applicant: 

a. How long have you been dependent upon this person? 

b. Is the person a resident of Maryland? Q Yes Q No 

c. Address of this person: 



Is this person a citizen of the United States? Q Yes Q No 

i. If no, type of visa: 

ill. Alien Registration No. 



Expiration date of visa: 
Date of Issuance: 



Has this person filed a Maryland state income tax retum for the most recent year on all earned income including income earned outside of 
Maryland? □ Yes □ No If yes, list actual years Maryland income tax returns have been filed within the past three years. 

i. Years filed: 



ii. If a Maryland tax return has not been filed within the last 12 months, state reason(s): 
Signature of this person: 



The Student Applicant is responsible for completing items 1 - 10. 



□ Yes □ No 
a Yes Q No 



□ Yes Q No 

□ Yes Q No 



Are you residing in Maryland primarily to attend an educational Institution? 
Permanent address: 



Length of time at permanent address years 

If less than 12 months, provide previous address: _ 



Length of time at previous address years months 

Are all, or substantially all of your possessions in Maryland? 
Do you possess a valid driver's license? 



a. If yes, initial date of issue_ 
c. Most recent date of issue 



In what state? _ 
In what state? 



Do you own any motor vehicles? 

a. If yes, initial date of registrafion? _ 
c. Most recent date of registration 

Are you registered to vote? 

a If yes, in what state? 



b. In what state? . 
d. In what state? 



b. Date of registration: 



c. Were you previously registered to vote in another state?_ 

7. Have you filed a Maryland state income tax return for the most recent year? If yes, list years you have filed Maryland 
income tax returns within the past three years. 

a. Years filed: 

b If you did not file a tax return in Maryland within the last 12 months, state reason(s): 

8. Is Maryland state income tax currently being withheld from your pay? If no, provide explanation. 

9. Do you receive any public assistance from a state or local agency other than one in Maryland? 

a. If yes, please explain 

I certify that the information provided is complete and correct. I understand that the university reserves the right to request additional information if necessary. 
In the event the university discovers that false or misleading information has been provided, the student applicant may be billed by the university retroactively 
to recover the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition tor the current and subsequent semesters 



Signature of Applicant Date 

Questions regarding this residency questionnaire, please contact SPOC at 1-877-989-SPOC or 301-314-3572 or e-mail summer@umaiLumd.edu. 

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UNIVERSITY OF 

MARYLAND 



Summer Course Registration Form 
Summer Sessions 2004 



Questions? E-mail summergjumail. umd.edu Call 301-314-3572 or 1-877-989-SPOC 



Register on the Web wvvw.summer.umd.edu. Upon registering, you incur a 
financial obligation. Failure to make payment by the due date will result in 
cancellation of your registration. Please visit 
http://www.summer.umd.edu/financial for payment information and deadlines 



Currently enrolled students and newly-admitted students can register without completing a summer application. 

Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by May 21 , 2004 lor Sessions I and l-A. June 14. 2004 lor Session l-B, 

July 1 , 2004 for Sessions II and ll-C and July 23. 2004 lor Session ll-D. Complete the entire fomi Do not write in shaded areas 



LAST NAME 



FIRST NAME 



2004 Summer Sessions 

Check all that apply: 

□ Session I Q Session I A □ Session l-B 

Q Session II □ Session ll-C Q Session ll-D 



STAMP AND Sli 

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ON AOAPEMIC PROBATION OR 




SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



Were you registered at the University of IVIaryland. College Park during spring semester 2004? 

□yes QNO 
If NO: Please read admission information in the Admission and Registration section of 
the summer schedule of classes or at www.summer.umd.edu. 

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STUDENT SIGNATURE 



DAYTIME PHONE NUMBER 



E-MAIL ADDRESS 



COURSE REQUEST: Complete this part vinth course information 
found in the summer schedule of classes section or at 
www.summer.umd.edu. Section numbers indicate the session of 
a course. If MAILING this form, please provide alternate sections. 
Complete tioth the top and bottom sections of this form. 



v£ COURSE REQUESTS: 

IN THIS 


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the lower part of this form must be validated by the Office of the Registrar and retumed to you. It is your proof of registration. 



SSr SOCIAL 
WRITE SECURITY # 

IN THIS 
SPACE 



WAITLISTED SECTIONS 
AND POSITION: 




WaHfistOiack-ln Period 



Students who register and later decide not to attend classes must CANCEL their registration In wnting PRIOR TO THE RRST ^ 
DAY OF CLASSES. Failure to do so will result in financial obligation even though the student does not attend classes. 



ADDRESS 

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Estimated Billing Form 
Summer 2004 



Questions? E-mail SUmmer@Uinail.umd.edu Call 301-314-3572 or 1-877-989-SPOC 

APPLICATION PROCESSING FEE FOR NEW STUDENTS 

Undergraduate and Graduate Students $50 

(See definition in the "Admission and Registration" section of the 

Schedule of Classes or at www.summer.umd.edu ■) 



Amount due: 



Undergraduate Tuition - 

Resident $258 

Nonresident $439 



Graduate Tuition - 

Resident $371 

Nonresident $586 



SESSION I, SESSION l-A, SESSION l-B OR A COMBINATION OF SESSION I AND (EITHER SESSION l-A OR SESSION l-B). 

Mandatory fees to be included: $176* 

Credit hour charges below Include mandatory fees. 



Credit hours 


1 


2 


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692 


950 


1208 


1466 


1724 


1982 


2240 


2498 


2756 




Undergraduate Nonresident 


615 


1054 


1493 


1932 


2371 


2810 


3249 


3688 


4127 


4566 




Graduate Resident 


547 


918 


1289 


1660 


2031 


2402 


2773 


3144 


3515 


3886 




Graduate Nonresident 


762 


1348 


1934 


2520 


3106 


3692 


4278 


4864 


5450 


6036 





*IF ATTENDING CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITIES AT SHADY GROVE, PLEASE VISIT http//www.summer.umd.edu/tultion/ TO 
DETERMINE YOUR MANDATORY FEES. 

Subtotal: 

SESSION II, SESSION ll-C, SESSION ll-D OR A COMBINATION OF SESSION II AND (EITHER SESSION ll-C OR SESSION ll-D). 

Mandatory fees to be included: $176* 

Credit hour charges below include mandatory fees. 



Credit hours 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Amounts 


Undergraduate Resident 


434 


692 


950 


1208 


1466 


1724 


1982 


2240 


2498 


2756 




Undergraduate Nonresident 


615 


1054 


1493 


1932 


2371 


2810 


3249 


3688 


4127 


4566 




Graduate Resident 


547 


918 


1289 


1660 


2031 


2402 


2773 


3144 


3515 


3886 




Graduate Nonresident 


762 


1348 


1934 


2520 


3106 


3692 


4278 


4864 


5450 


6036 





*IF ATTENDING CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITIES AT SHADY GROVE, PLEASE VISIT http//www.Summer.umd.edu/tultion/ TO 
DETERMINE YOUR MANDATORY FEES. 

Subtotal: 



Special Program or Institute Fees - see "Tuition and Fees" 
section ofwww.summer.umd.edu. 



Amount due: 



LATE REGISTRATION FEE (if applicable) $20 per session 

SPECIAL FEES/OTHER CHARGES (specify): 

See "Tuitions and Fees" section of www.summer.umd.edu for fees. 



Amount due: . 
Amount due: 



ON-CAMPUS HOUSING FEE 

One six-week session 
Sessions I and II jointly 
Eight-week course 

CAMPUS PARKING FEE 

Comnnuter $38 

Resident $78 

Social Security Number 



$ 893.28 
1786.56 
1191.04 



Subtotal: 



Subtotal: 



Amount due: 
TOTAL AMOUNT DUE:$ 



Make check/money order payable 
to the University of Maryland. 

Write the student's Social Security 
number on the check/money order, or 
pay online at www.summer.umd.edu, 
Click on SPOC, then Pay Your Bill 
Online. 



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I I Expiration Date 



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Name on Card 



Signature_ 



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Permission to Transfer Credits Form 
Summer Sessions 2004 



Questions? E-mail summer@umail.umd.edu Call 301-314-3572 or 1-877-989-SPOC 



Student Name: 



Social Security No. 

Street Address: 

City: 



State: 



-Zip: 



Home Institution: 



Credit earned at the University of Maryland, College Park during Summer Sessions 2004 will be transferrable 

to the student's home institution for the following course(s): 

Course: 



Description:. 



Credit earned: 



Grading Method: □ Regular □ Pass-Fail QAudit 



Advisor's Signature: 
Institution: 



Date: 



Department: 
Street Address: , 
City: 



State: 



-Zip: 



Advisor's phone: 



E-mail: 



*This form is for your personal use only and should not be submitted to the University of Maryland, Colk 



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2004 Summer Sessions 
comes closer to yon. 
Keep isaming! 



Classes are close by at the 
Universities at Shady Grove 
in Rockville. 




Summer Sessions 2004 Cotirse OfTerings at the 
Universities at Shady Grove 



Hiffry to apply for summer sesshii 
raarses close to you. 

The University of Maryland, College Park offers stmimer 

ri« cotnenience of taking courses dose to home is rtgtit aiound the courses at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) kicated in 

oomer.TlwUntveisityot Maryland is oRettnDunlor. and senior-le«l Rockville, Md. Click on the individual courses listed below for 

credit courses this summet at the Urjvereities at Shady Grave (USG) complete class schedule information. VWe also imate you to visit 

In Rockville. Theyie all tau^ b» College Patk faculty, using Ihe same wTO.shadyatwe.umd.edu to learn more about UMCP's degree 

high quattty cwriculum taught at the ho-tie campus. Courses are programs" offered at USG. 
open to cuirent and visiting students. 

Session 1 (June 1-July 9, 2004) 

Section QlZl 

C'OMM422 Commtuiication Maiiagement 

GEOG373 Geographic Information Systems 

HIST319C Special Topics ii» Histoiy: Asian Age in World History, 

1200-lSOO 

PHIL30SD Studies in Contenqjorary Philosophy: Ethical Decision 

Making 

Sessbn IB (June 21-July 9, 2004) 



Apply ai«j register toon 

Cutrait University ol Maryland students can simply register tor 
classes online through festudo, just as you would (or regular summer 
courses at College PatK Visiting students need to apply, and can do 
so orpine at www.summerumd,edu. Look for 'Click Heie to Get 
Started' txjtton. 



For more infomition 



If you hB\e any questions, feel free to e-mail us at 

5umme(»umail.umd,edu,or«yi 301.314.3572 or 1.8r7.989.SI>OC , Section 05Z1 

b team mote about USG, ie*w onsite student services and get CL AS309 Special Topics ill Classical Literature: Ancient Roman 

directions, vist our Web site at ww*,shadygiove.imtl,edu. Religion from Jupiter to Jesus 



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Session 11 (July 12- August 20, 2004) 

Section 02Z1 

C'OMM324 Commtuiication and Cinder 

C(3MM472 Nonvethal Contmmiication 

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The Intensive Language Institute 

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University of Maryland • June 21 - August 13, 2004 

In just eight weeks, the Intensive Language Institute has you 
communicating with native speakers. Prepare for further study or 

travel, improve intercultural skills, help with research needs, 
enhance professional development goals or satisfy an interest in 

your heritage. There's also an intensive focus on cultural and 
literary traditions. Successful completion means 8 to 12 semester 

hours of college credit depending on the language chosen. So 
discover a new language and a much larger world. 

For more information, visit www.summer.umd.e(lu/intensivelanguage 



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COM M ^^^ most up-to-date course information can be found at www.testudo.umd.edu ECON 



COMM398 (PermReql Selected Topics in Communication; (3) 

REG 

0106 Wals. L 

Time and room to he arranged 

COMM398A Selected Topics in Communication: 
Communication Issues in the 21st Century; (3) REG 
0101 Wolvm, A 

MTuWTh 9:30am-l 1:15am (SKN 0104) 

COMM399 IPermReq) Honors Thesis; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Insmiclion course: contact depanment or instniclor to 
obtain section number 

COMM400 Research Methods in Communication; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD 

Prerequisite: COMM 250 and ui\ introductory course in statistics. 
For COMM majors only. Formerly SPCH 400. 
0101 STAFF 

TuTh 3:00pra-6:20pm (SKN 0104) 

COMM40I Interpreting Strategic Discourse; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: COMM 250. For COMM majors only. Credit will be 

granted/or only one of the following: COMM 401 or SPCH 401. 

Formerly SPCH 401. 

0101 STAFF 

TuTh 6 30pm-9:50pm (TYD 1 102) 

COMM402 Communication Theory and Process: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: COMM 250. For COMM majors only. Credit will be 

granted for only one of the following: COMM 402 or SPCH 402. 

Formerly SPCH 402. 

0201 Byerly. C 

MW 6 30pm-9:50pm (SKN 0104) 

COMM425 Negotiation and Conflict Management; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Formerly SPCH 425. 
0101 Cai. D. 

MW 6:00pm-10:00pm (KEY 0102) 

COMM453 The Power of Discourse in American Life: (3) 
REG/P-F/AUD, 
Formerly SPCH 453. 
OiOl STAFF 

TuTh l:00pm-4:20pm (KEY 0126) 

COMM470 Listening; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Formerly SPCH 470 
0101 Wolvm. A. 

MTuWTh 11 30am- 11 5pm (SKN 0104) 

COMM472 Nonverbal Communication; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Formerly SPCH 472. 
02Z1 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pin-9:20pm (SGII 3042) 
This course is taught at Shady Grove Campus. 



COMM482 Inurcultural Communication; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY Formerly SPCH 482. 
0101 Cai. D 

MW 1 OOpm-5 00pm (TYD 2102) 

COMM489 (PermReqi Topical Research: Topical Research; 

(1-3) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

COMM688 (PermReqi Communication Field Experience: 
Communication Field Experience; (1-6) REG/AUD. 
0101 Gowin. J 

Titne and room to be arranged 

COMM798 IPermReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

COMM799 IPermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

COMM899 IPermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 



CONS Sustainable Development & 
Conservation Biology 

(Life Sciences) 



CONS609 IPermReq) Special Topics in Conservation Biology; 
(1-3) REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CONS798 IPermReq) Research Papers in Sustainable 
Development and Conservation Biology; (1-4) REG/S-F. 
Individual instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CPSP College Park Scholars Program 
(Undergraduate Studies) 



CPSP239J Individual Practicum: (1-31 REG 
0101 Joseph, K. 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Joseph. K. 

Time and room to be arranged 

CPSP339 Advanced Practicum; (2) REG. 

Section 0101 is Discovery Projects research for McNair 

Scholars, College Park Scholars, and Honors students. 

0101 Coides.J 

M9:30am-ll:30anl(CBD 1140) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 

DANC Dance 

(Arts and Humanities) 



DANC148 FundamenUls of Modern Dance; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Graciani, R 

MTuWTh 12:OOpm-l:45pm (PAC 1912) Ub 
0201 Graciani, R. 

MTuWTh 10:0Oam-ll:45am(PAC 1912) Lab 

DANC199 Practicum in Choreography, Production and 
Performance I; (3) REG/PF/AUD 

Students discover the power and passion of dance in the lush 
dance snidios of the Clarice Smith Performing Ans Center. This 
engaging and interactive course brings dancers together from all 
over the world. Students panicipate in daily movement activities 
that include technique classes in ballet and modem, and 
worltshops in improvisation, partnering and more. Pan of The 
Arts! at Maryland. Enrollment by permissioD only. Please contact 
SPOC for funher information at sununert9umJul.UTnd.edu. 
05AR Mayes, A. 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTh 9:00am-4:30pm (Arranged) Lab 

DANC200 Introduction to Dance: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY 
0101 Traiger, L. 

MTuWTh 9:00am-10:40am (PAC 1807) 

DANC489 Special Topics in Dance: NIQUE; (2) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Graciani, R. 

MTuWTh lOOOam-l 1:45am (PAC 1908) Ub 

ECON Economics 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



ECON200 Principles of Micro-Economics; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Prerequisite: MATH 
110 or placement in MATH 115 or above. It is recommended that 
students complete ECON 200 before taking ECON 201. Credit will 
be granted for only one of the following: ECON 200 or ECON 203. 
Formerly ECON 203. 

0101 STAFF 

TuWTh 6:30pm-9:25pm (TYD 1 132) 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:00am-lO45am (TYD 2110) 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12:45pm (TYD 2106) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12:45pm (TYD 2110) 
0203 STAFF 

TuWTh 6:30pm-9:25pm (TYD 1 132) 



ECON201 Principles of Macro-Economics: (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Prerequisite: MATH 
110 ot placement in MATH 115 or above. It is recommended that 
students complete ECON 200 before taking ECON 201. Credit will 
be granted for only one of the following: ECON 201 or ECON 205. 
0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:00am-lO45am (TYD 2108) 
0104 STAFF 

MTuW 6:30pm-9:25pm (TYD 1108) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 10:00am- 1 1:45am (TYD 2109) 

0203 STAFF 

MTuW 6:30pm-9:25pm(WDS 1114) 

ECON305 IntermeiUate Macrocconomic Theory and Policy; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: ECON 200: and ECON 201: and MATH 220. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (TYD 2106) 

0201 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9;50pm (TYD 2102) 

0202 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2106) 

ECON306 Intermediate Mteroeconamic Theory; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisites: ECON 200; and ECON 201: and MATH 220. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:OOam-l2:20pm(TYD2102) 

0102 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2111) 

0103 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (ARC 1103) 

0201 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2108) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (TYD 2108) 

ECON310 European Economic History; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: ECON 200 and 201. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 1101) 

EC0N311 American Economic History Before the Civil War; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: ECON 200 and ECON 201. 

0101 STAFF 

MW 6:30pra-9:50pra (TYD 1102) 

ECON315 Economic Development of Underdeveloped Areas; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: {ECON 200 and ECON 20 1) or ECON 205. Credit 

will be granted for only one of the following: ECON 315 or ECON 

416. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9 :30am- 1 0:50am (TYD 2109) 

ECON321 Economic Statistics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: ECON 200. ECON 201. MATH 220 or MATH 140 or 
permission of department. For ECON majors only. Not open to 
students who have completed BMGT 230 or BMGT 231. Formerly 
ECON 421. 
0201 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2108) 

ECON330 Money and Banking; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: ECON 200 and ECON 201. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: ECON 330 or ECON 430. Formerly 
ECON 430 

0101 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (KEY 0103) 

0102 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 1101) 
0201 STAFF 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 1114) 

ECON340 International Economics: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: ECON 200 and ECON 201. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: ECON 340. ECON 440 or ECON 441. 
Formerly ECON 440. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 6: 30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2111) 
0201 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 1101) 

ECON386 (PermReq) Experiential Learning: (3-6) S-E 
Individual Instruction course: conuct depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number Prerequisite: ECON 200. ECON 201, CPA 
> 2. 75. Junior standing. For ECON majors only. 



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£DCE 



ECON399 (PermReii) Individual Reading and Research For 
Undergraduates; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Inslruclion course: contact deponment or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite; six hours of upper division 



ECON424 Computer Methods in Economics; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisiles: ECON 305. ECON 306. ECON 321, and major code 

22040. For ECON majors only. 

0101 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (PLS 1 129) 

ECON425 Mathematical Economics; (3) REG/PF/AUD. 
Prereqiiisiles: ECON 305 or ECON 405. and ECON 306 or ECON 
406. and MATH 220 or equivakni. 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30ani-10:50ani (TYD 21 10) 

ECON454 Theory of Public Finance and Fiscal Federalism; (3) 

REG/PF/AUD 

Prerequisile: ECON 306: ECON 406: or permission of 

department. For ECON majors only. Credit wilt be granted for 

only one of the following: ECON 450 or ECON 454. 

0201 STAFF 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 1 1 14) 

ECON460 Industrial Organization; (3) REG/PF/AUD. 
Prerequisite: ECON 306: ECON 406: or permission of 
department. For ECON majors only. 
0101 STAFf 

TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2109) 

ECON799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course; contact depantnent or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ECON899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EDCI Curriculum and Instruction 
(Education) 



EDCI301 Teaching An in the ElemenUry School; (3) REG. 

For elementary and pre-elementary education majors only. Not 
open to art education majors. 
0301 Hendricks. S. 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 10;00am-l;00pm (EDU 1315) 

EDCI38S Computers for Teachers: (3) REG/PF/AUD. 
Prerequisites: admission to teacher education program: and 2.5 
GPA. For education majors only. 
0301 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 8;30am-ll;30om (CSS 1410) 
0401 STAFF 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTh 8;30am-12;l5pm (CSS 1410) 

EDC1397 Principles and Methods of Teaching in Elementary 

Schools; (3) REG/PF/AUD 

Prerequisites: admission to teacher education program and 2.5 

GPA. For education majors only. 

0301 Bote, L 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 8;30am-ll;30am (EDU 2119) 
0501 McGinnis.J. 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTh 9 00ara-12;45pm (EDU 1315) 

EDCI435 Methods of Teaching ESOL Reading and Writing in 
the Secondary Content Areas; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
Prerequisite: EDCI 434 or permission of department. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 4 lOpm-7 30pm (TWS 0131) 

EDCI436 Teaching for Cross-Cullural Communlcadon; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 Stem, H 

MW 4;0Opm-7;20pm (ASY 3219) 



EDCI461 Materials for Creating Skilled and MoUvated 

Readers (K-6); (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: permission of department. For Elementary 

Education majors only. Junior standing. 

0501 STAFF 

Meets 06« 1/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9;00am-12;00pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI463 Reading in the Secondary School; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
Prerequisites: admission to teacher education program: and 2.5 
GPA: or permission of department required for post- 
baccalaureate students. For education majors only. 
0301 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 5;00pm-8;00pm (EDU 0212) 

EDCI498 Special Problems in Teacher Education: (l-«> REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Individual Instniction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EDCI614 Developing a Proressional Portfolio; (3) REG. 

0501 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTh l;00pm-4;45pm (EDU 0206) 

EDCI673 Assessing, Diagnosing, and Teaching WriUng; (3) 

REG 

Prerequisite: EDCI 467 or equivalent: or permission of instructor. 

0201 Slater, W. 

MW 4:00pm-7;20pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCIM7 Applicallons of Computers in instructional Settings; 

(3) REG 

Prerequisite: EDCI 487 or permission of department. 

0501 Sullivan, D 

Meets 06/26/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF l:00pm-4;40pra (EGR 3140) 

EDC1695 Teaching Science and Social Studies through 
Environmental Study; (3) REG/AUD 
For EDCI majors only. 
0201 LaCoss.R 

TuTh 9:00am- 12:20pm (ARC 1123) 

EDCnei Advanced Clinical Practices In Reading Assessment; 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: EDCI 665. Corequisite: EDCI 762. 

0201 STAFF 

Meets 06/28/04-08/05/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

EDCI762 Advanced Clinical Practices in Reading InstiucUon; 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: EDCI 665. Corequisite: EDCI 761. 

0201 Codling, R. 

Meets 06/28/04-08/05/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

EDCI788 (PermReq) Selected Topics in Ikacher Education; (1- 

3) REG/AUD. 

0211 Price, J. 

Time and room to be arranged 
0264 HoUidoy, W. 

TiiTK and room to be arranged 

EDCI788B Selected Topics in Tkacher Education: Modes or 
Discussion Across the Curriculum; (3) REG/AUD. 
0401 Mee, M. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTh 10;OOam-12;30pm(ARC 1121) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDCI788D Selected Topics in Teacher Education: Teaching 
Mathematics with Understanding: Critical Investigation and 
Application of the Process Standards; (3) REG/AUD. 
This course is open to Masters Leadership Candidates. 
0501 Bole, L 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9;00am- 1 2:00pm (EDU 2121) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDCI788J Selected Ibpics in Teacher Education: Multicultural 
Literature for Children and Young Adults; (3) REG. 

0201 Marshall. E 

TuTh 9;00am-12;20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI798 Special Problems In Teacher Education; (l-«) REG/ 

AUD. 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instnictor to 

obtain section number. 



EDCI799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Insuiiclion course; contact department or instructor l 

obtain section number. 

EDCI888 Apprenticeship in Education: (1-8) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course; contact depantnent or instnictor t 
obtain section number. 

EDCI889 Internship in Education; (3-8) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course; contact depantnent or instructor t< 
obtain section number. 

EDCI899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course; contact deponment or instructor ti 
obtain section number. 

EDCP Education Counseling and 
Personnel Services 



(Education) 



EDCP108B College and Career Advancement: Concepts and 
Skills: Academic Skills; (1)REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Fallon-Marinelli, M. 

Meets 06/08/04-07/01/04 

MTuWTh 9:00am-10;00am (SHM 2102) 

EDCP108E College and Career Advancement: Concepts and 
Skills; (1) REG/PF/AUD. 
0201 Mumiy. A 

Time and room to be arranged 

EDCP108N (PermReq) College and Career AdvaiKemcnt: 
Concepts and Skills: Multi-Ethnic Students; (I) REG/F-F/AUD. 
0201 Thomas. P 

Th 10:0Oam-12:05pm (HBK 0109) 

EDCP220S Introduction to Human Diversity in Social 

InsHtuttons; (3) REG 

Freshman standing. Not open to students who have completed 

EDHD 230 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

EDCP310 Peer Counseling Theory and Skills: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

EDCP317 Introduction to Uadcrship: (3) REG/P-F/AIJD. 
0101 Slack. C. 

MW 1 :00pm-4:20pm (EDU 1121) 
0201 Slack, C. 

TuTh l:00pm-4;20pra(EDU0114) 

EDCP386 (PermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F. 
Individual Instniction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of deportment. 
Junior standing. 

EDCP420 Education and Racism; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY 

0101 . STAFF 

TiiiK and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and r[x)m to be arranged 

EDCP489 (PermReq) Field Experiences in Counseling and 
Personnel Services; (1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course; contact depantlKnt or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EDCP498F Special Problems In Counseling and PenonncI 
Services: Substance Abuse; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
SP02 Wolcott. B. 

Meeu 06/22/04-07/28/04 

Time and room to be amuiged 

EDCP498M Special Problems in Counseling and Personnel 
Services: Child Psychology; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
SP02 Garrett. M 

Meets 05/05/0407/28/04 

Time and room to be arranged 



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EDCP499B (PermKeql Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: 

Instructional Consultation Summer Instilute; O) REG/P F/ 

AUD 

9101 Gravuis, T 

Meets 07/12/04-07/17/04 

MTuWTh 8:30ani-4 10pm (AtrangeU) 

EDCP6I1 Career Development Theory and Programs: (}) 

REG/AUD 

OIOI Fabian. E 

MW 3 4Opm-7:00pm (EDU 3236) 

EDCPtn Group Counseling; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisitt: EDCP 616. 
Old Lee. C 

TuTh 3:40pm-7 00pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCPUl (PrrmReq) Serting Culturally and Linguistically 

Divert Clients in the Schools: (3) REG 

Prerequisite: limited to school psychology and counselor 

education students only. 

0101 STAFF 

MW 4 30pm-7:00pm (EDU 0202) 

EDCP789 Advanced Topics in Counseling and Personnel 
Services; (!-«) REG/AUD 
0204 Strem. W 

Time and room lo be arranged 

EI)CP789E Advanced Topics In Counseling and Personnel 
Services: Ethical Issues in Counseling; (3) REG/AUD 
0201 Fxlwards. Y 

TuTh 1 00pm 4.20pm (EDU 1121) 

EDCP798 IPermKeq) Special Problems in Counseling and 
Personnel Services; (1-4) REG/AUD 

Individual InsrructioD course: contact department or instructor l< 
obtain section Lumber. 



EDCP7W Master's Thesis Research; (l-«) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depattinent oi 
obtain section number. 



EDCP888 Apprenticeship in Counseling and Personnel 
Services; (1-8) REG/AUD 
Individual Inslmclion course: contact department 
obtain section number 

EDCP888U (PermReql Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services: College Student Personnel; (3) REG/AUD 
OIOI STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 
0201 Jacohy, B 

Time and room to be auaDged 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDCP889 Internship in Counseling and Personnel Services; (1- 

8) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni 

obtain section number 

EDCP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeiu 
obtain section number 

EDHD Education, Human Development 

(Education) 



EDHD320 Human Development Through the Life Span; (3) 

REG/AUD 

0101 Marcus. R 

MW 12 30pm-3 40pm(EDU 3315) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

0201 Savage-Stevens. S 

TuTh 1 :0Opm-4 10pm(EDU3315) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDHD411 Child Growth and Development; (3) REG/AUD 

OIOI Wojslaivowicz. 1 

MW 1 OOpm-4 00pm (EDU 4233) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDHD4I3 Adolescent Development; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 Savage. Sievens, S 

TuTh 4 00pm-7:00pm (EDU 33 1 5) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 



EDHD425 Language Development and Reading Acquisition; (3) 

REG 

0201 Paraull. S. 

TuTh l:00pm-4:00pm (EDU 3233) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDHD426 Cognition and Motivation in Reading: Reading in 
Content Areas I; (3) REG 

This course is primarily on-line Attendance on the finil day and is 

mandatory. Monday attendance is mandatory and Wednesday is 

optional. 

OIOI Wilder. A 

MW 4: 15pm-7:00pm (EDU 01 14) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDHD430 Adolescent Violence; (3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or EDHD 300 or permission of 

department. 

OIOI Marcus. R 

MW 4 OOpm-7 :00pm (EDU 3233) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDHD489 iPermReqt Field Experiences in Education; (1-4) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number 

EDHD498 Special Problems in Educarion; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section numtier. 

EDHD789 internship in Human Development; (3-8) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or mslnictor to 
obtain section number. 

EDHD798 Special Problems in Education; (l-«) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EDHD799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course, contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

EDHD888 Apprenticeship in Education; (1-8) REG/AUD. 
Individual Inslmclion course: contact depanmeni or instructor to 
obtain section number 

EDHD889 Internship in Education; (3-8) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni or instruclor lo 
obtain section number 

EDHD899 Doctoral Dissertalion Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Inslmclion course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EDMS Measurement, Statistics, and 
Evaluation 



(Education) 



EDMS4S1 Introduction to Educational Statistics; (3) REG/ 

AUD 

Junior standinx. 

0101 JTAFF 

MTuWTh 12:00pm-l:40pm(EDU 1107) 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (EDU 1107) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 1 2 OOpm- 1:40pm (EDU 2119) 

EDMS64S Quantitative Research Methods I; (3) REG/AUD 
Summer Session 1 and Session II of this course may be ponially 
laughl on ihe web. but will also be meeting each class time with 
Ihe Instructor 
0101 Hendrickson, A. 

MTuWTh 5:00pm-6:40pm (EDU 1121) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 5:00pm-6:40pm (EDU 0212) 

EDMS646 Quantitative Research Methods II; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: EDMS 64S. 
0101 Hendrickson. A 

MTuWTh 7 00pm-8:40pra (EDU 1121) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 5:00pm-6:40pm (^EDU 1 107) 

EDMS6S1 Applied Multiple Regression Analysis; (3) REG/ 
AUD 

Prerequisite: EDMS 646 or equivalent. 
0201 Hancock. G 

MTuWTh 5 :00pm-6:40pm (EDU 1121) 



EDMS798 Special Problems in EducaUon; (1-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Inslmclion course contact depanmeni or insiniclor 
obtain section number. 



EDMS799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Inslmclion course: contact depanment or 
obtain section number. 



EDMS889 IPermReqt Internship in Measurement and 
Slalislics; (3-12) REG 

Individual Inslmclion course: contact depanment or inslmctor t 
obtain section number. 

EDMS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instmclion course: contact depanmen 



EDPL Education Policy and Leadership 

(Education) 

EDPL301 Foundations of EducaUon; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: junior standing and admission lo teacher education: 
or Bachelor's degree; or permission of depanmeni. Formerly 
EDPA 301. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 3:45pm-7:00pm (EDU 3315) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 
0201 Herschbach. D 

MW 3:45pm-7:00pm (EDU 2119) 

EDPL489 Tteld Experiences in Education; (1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instmclion course contact depanment or instmctor to 
obtain section number. 

EDPL498 Special Problems in Education; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instmclion course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

EDPL634 The School Curriculum; (3) REG/AUD. 
0101 Selden. S. 

TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 3233) 

EDPL642 Management of Change in Educadonal 
Organizations; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Mawhinney. H 

TuTh 3:45pm-7 OOpm (EDU 1107) 

EDPL64S Managing Instructional Improvement; (3) REG/ 

AUD 

Formerly EDPA 645. 

OIOI Mawhinney. H 

MW 3:45pra-7:00pm (EDU 2102) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDPL670 Learning Communities; (3) REG/AUD 
Formerly EDPA 670. 
0101 Honig.M. 

Time and room lo be arranged 

EOPL671 Education Law and Policy; (3) REG/AUD. 
OIOI Kivlighan.M 

MW 3 :40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2101) 

EDPL690 Research In EducaUon Policy, Planning and 
Administration; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Hullgren.F 

TuTh 3:40pm-7 OOpm (EDU 2101) 

EDPL788M Special Topics in Education Policy and 
Administration: Spirituality in EducaUon; (3) REG/AUD. 
0201 Lin, J 

TuTh 3:40pm-7 OOpm (EDU 2119) 

EDPL7880 IPermReq) Special Tbpics in EducaUon Policy and 

Administration; Economic Evaluation of Education; (3) REG/ 

AUD 

Class meets Tuesdays. June 1 June 8, June 15 4:00pm-9:00pm and 

Friday June 4. Wednesday June 9. and Friday June 18 from 

9:00am to 5:00pm 

OIOI Klees, S 

Meets 06/03/04-06/18/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

EDPL798 Special Problems in EducaUon; (1-6) REG/AUD. 
Individual Inslmclion course: contact depanment or inslmctor to 
obtain section number. 

EDPL799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instmclion course: contact depanmeni or inslmctor to 
obtain section number. 



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EUrL889 Internship in Education; (3-8) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contaci depannienl or instnjcior 
chiain section nuniber- 

EDPL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) REG/S-F. 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportmen 
ohiain section number. 

EDSP Education, Special 
(Education) 



EDSP210 Introduction to Special Education: (3) REG/AUD 
Clna Slanding: Freshman or Sophomore. Not open to sttulenis who 
htne cnmpleled more than 59 credits. 
0101 Maccini, P 

M<rc(s 06/01/04-06/29/04 

MWTti4:15pni-7:00pm(EDU 2119) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EOSP376 Fundamentals olSign Language; (3) REG/F-F/AUD 
0101 Si. Johns. R 

MW7:00pm-10;00pm(EDU 1107) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 
0201 DaCosla. K. 

MW7:0Opni- 10:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDSP402 (PermReqt Field Placement: Severe Disabilities I: (2- 

5) REG 

Pre or coreguisiles: EDSP 400 nnd EDSP 404: or permission of 
deportment. Students without the required co- or prerequisites can 
with departmental approval. Open to 
idents only for this lemt. 

to be arranged 

to be arranged 

EDSP410 Community-Based Assessment and Curriculum in 

Special Education: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

For EDSP or OSOSP majors only. Also offered as EDSP 614. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: EDSP 410 or 

EDSP 614. 

0201 Moon, M. 

Meel.s 07/12/04-07/28/04 

MTuW 3:00pn 

Time and roon 



regisli 


er for this c 


iourse V 


special education 


gradua 


0101 


Bn 


jwn.M 




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0201 


Bn 


Dwn.M 




Time and 



■7:20pm (EDU 3236) 
to be arranged Dis 



EDSP413 Behavior & Classroom Management in Special 

Education: (3) REG/AUD 

For EDSP. OSOSL or OSOSP majors only. Also offered as EDSP 

613. Credit will he granted for only one of the following: EDSP 

321. EDSP 413. or EDSP 613. Formerly EDSP 321. 

0201 Barthold. C. 

TuTh4:00pm-7:20pm(EDU 1315) 

EDSP415 Assessment in Special Education: (3) REG/AUD 
Recommended: STAT 100 or SOCy 201. For EDSP or OSOSP 
majors only. Also offered as EDSP 615. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: EDSP 320. EDSP 41 S or EDSP 615. 
Formerly EDSP 320. 
0101 STAFF 

TuTh 7:00pm- 10:20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDSP416 Reading and Writing Instruction in Special Education 
I; (3) REG/AUD 

For EDSP or OSOSP majors only. Also offered as EDSP 616. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: EDSP 416. 
EDSP 443 or EDSP 616. Formerly EDSP 443. AN EXCEPTION 
FOR THE SUMMER SEMESTER WILL BE MADE IN WHICH 
THIS COURSE WILL NOT BE OPEN TO UNDERGRADUATE 
SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJORS. 
0101 Roberts. A. 

TuTh 4:00pm-7:20pm (EDU 0114) 

ED$P421 IPermReq) Field Placement III: Early Childhood 

Special Education; (2-3) REG 

For EDSP or OSOSP majors only Students without the required 

pre- or corequisites can register for this course with departmental 

approval. Open to special education graduate students only for 

ihjs lenn 

Old Brown. M 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Brown. M. 

Time and room lo be arranged 



EDSP470 Introduction to Special EducaUon; (3) REG/AUD 
Open lo all sludents e,\cepl unJergraduale special educalion 

0101 Maccini. P 

Meets 06/01/04-06/29/04 

MWTh4:lSpm-7:00pm(EDU 2119) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

0201 Volh. L 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MW 9:0Oam-4 50pm (EDU 1 107) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 



EDSP489 Field Experier 

F/AUD 

0101 Brown. M 

Time and n 
0201 Brown. M. 

Time and r 



in Special Education: (1-4) REG/F- 

1 lo be arranged 
I lo be atranged 



EDSP491 Characteristics of Learning Disabled Students: (3) 

REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: EDSP 470 or permission of department. 

0201 Volh. L. 

Meets 07/12/04-08/07A)4 

MWTh 7 00pm- 10:00pm (EDU 1107) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDSP498 Special Problems in Special Educalion; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depaitmenl or instructor to 
obtain section numtier. 

EDSP499G Workshops. Clinics, and Institutes inSpecial 
Education; Inclusive Practices in the Schools; (3) REG. 
0101 Gtuber. B 

TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time and room to t>e arranged Dis 

EDSP499W Workshops. Clinics, and Insdtules in Special 

Education: School Violence and Disruption; (3) REG. 

This class is for upper level undergraduate students. 

0101 Drakeford, W 

MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 
Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDSP607 School Violence and Disruption; (3) REG 

3 semester hours. This course is for graduate sludents. 
0101 Drakeford. W 

MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time and room lo be an^nged Dis 

EDSP6I3 Behavior and Classroom Management in Special 

Educalion: (3) REG 

For EDSP majors only or permission of instructor Also offered as 

EDSP 413. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 

EDSP 413 or EDSP 613. 

0201 Barthold, C 

TuTh 4 00pm-7:20pm(EDU 1315) 

EDSP614 Community Based Assessment and Curriculum in 

Special Education: (3) REG 

For EDSP majors only. Also offered as EDSP 410. Credit will be 

granted for only one of the following: EDSP 410 or EDSP 614. 

0201 Moon. M 

Meets 07/12/04-07/28/04 

MTuW 3:OOpm-7:20pm (EDU 3236) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

EDSP615 Evaluation and Measurement olExceptional 
Children and Youth: (3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisites: lEDMS 446: and EDMS 646: and EDSP 600/ or 
permission of department. Also offered as EDSP 415. Credit will 
be granted for only one of the following: EDSP 415 or EDSP 615. 
0101 STAFF 

TuTh 7:00pm-10:20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDSP670 Single Subject Research in Special Education: (3) 

REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: EDSP 600 or permission of department. 

0101 Egel. A 

MW7 00pra-IO:OOpm(EDU 1315) 

Time and rwim to be arranged Dis 

EDSP678T Seminar in Special Education: Inlanls and Ibddlers 
with Disabilities: Medical and Genetic Implications: (3) REG/ 
AUD 

Class will meel al the University of Maryland Hospital 22 South 
Greene Slreel. Room N5W68. Bahimore. MD 21201 For further 
information contact Brenda Hussey-Gardner via e-mail 
bhussey@peds umaryland.edu or by phone (410) 328-8782. 
0201 Hussey-Gardner. B 

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EDSP788D Selected Topics in Special Education: Innovative 
Practices and Instructional Strategies for Students who are 
Deafblind and/or Severely Disabled: (2) REG/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-06/25/04 

MTuWThF 8:30am-4:30pm (EDU 0202) 

EDSP798 IPermReq) Special Problems in Special Educalion; (1- 

6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or inslnictor to 

obtain section number 

EDSP799 Master's Thesis Research: (l.«) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain -section number 

EDSP888 Apprenticeship in Special Educalion; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

EDSP889 IPermReq) Internship in Special Educalion; (3-8) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

EDSP899 IPermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) 

REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

ENAE Engineering, Aerospace 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENAE283 Inlroduclion lo Aerospace Systems: (3) REG 

Prerequisites: PHYS 161 and ENES 100 and ENES 102. 

Corequisites: ENAE 261 and (PHYS 260 and 261 ). Formerly: 

ENAE 2SI and ENAE 2S2. For ENAE majors only. Credit will be 

granted for only one of the following: ENAE 2SI and ENAE 282 or 

ENAE2S3. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF l:00pm-2:20pm (EGR 3102) 

ENAE3n Aerodynamics I: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: ENAE 283. ENES 221 and MATH 246. ENAE 
majors only or permission of department. Formerly ENAE 471. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 3 0Opm-4:20pm (EGR 2112) 

ENAE423 Vibration and Aeroelasdcity; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ENAE 324. ENAE majors only or permission of 

department. 

0101 Lee. S. 

MTuWThF 8;OOam-9:20am (EGR 2112) 

ENAE499 Elective Research: (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

ENAE799 Master's Thesis Research: (l-«) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or inslnictor to 

obtain section number. 

ENAE899 Doctoral DisserUtion Research; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depaitmeot or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENBE Biological Resources Engineering 
■(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



ENBE388 IPermReq) Honors Thesis Research: (3-«) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact deparmieot or instructor t 
obtain section numt>er 

ENBE489 Special Problems in Biological Engineering; (1-3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor ti 

obtain section number, 

ENBE499 Special Problems in Agricultural Engineering 
Technology: (1-3) REG/PF/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor n 
obtain section number. 

ENBE699 Special Problems in Biological Engineering; (1-6) 

REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor ti 



www.summer.umd.edu 



EMB£. 



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ENFP 



ENBE799 Masters Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

IndividuaJ Instruclion course cnntacl depaniiient or instnictor l 

oNain section nuniher 

ENBE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-g) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact departinent or instructor ti 
obtain section numhier 

ENCE Engineering, Civil 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENCE489 Sp«ial Problems in Civil Engineering; (1-3) REG/P 

F/AUD 

Individual Instniction course: contact department or instjuclor to 

obtain section number 

ENCE6U lotroduclion to Advanced Scheduling; (3) REG/AUD. 

Prtrtquisue: ENCE 662. Also offered as ENCE 6SSS. Credit will 

he granted for only one of the following: ENCE 623 or ENCE 

6SSS 

0101 OConnell.K. 

Th 5 30pm-8:OOpm (EGR 01 lOl 

ENCEM2 Introduction 10 Project Maoagemenl; (3) REG/ 

AUD 

0101 Morcos. M 

MW 5:00pm-8 20pm (EGR 2154) 

ENCE663 Management of Design and Construction 
Organizations; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of department. 
0101 Schulman. N 

TuTh 6 30pm-9 50pm (EGR 1 108) 

ENCE**5 Management of Project Teams: (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of department. For ENCE majors onh. 
0101 O'Connell. K. 

Meets 06/01/04-08/20/04 

M 5:30pra-8 50pm (ITV 1 100) 

ENCE688 Advanced Topics in Civil Engineering; (1-3) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction cnun 

obtain section number 



I depanment or instructor to 



ENCE689 Seminar; (1-16) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instTMctor t 

obtain section number 

ENCE7W Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instrtictor ti 
obtain section number 

ENCE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Insttttction course: contact department or instructor t 
obtain section number 

ENCH Engineering, Chemical 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENCH468 Research; (1-3) REG 

Individual Instruction course conlatt department or instnictor 1 

oNain section number 

ENCH648 Special Problems in Chemical Engineering; (1-6) 
REG 

Individual Instruction course conlaci department or instructor t 
obtain section number 

ENCH799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor t 

obtain section number. 

ENCH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 

Individual Instruction course coniaci depanmen 
obtain section number 



ENCO Engineering, Cooperative 
Education 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENCO098 (PermReql Summer Co-op Work Experience; (No 

crsdil) S F 

0101 Sauber. H 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Sauber. H 

Time and room to be arranged 

ENEE Electrical & Computer Engineering 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENEE204 IPermReq) Basic Circuit Theory; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: PHYS 260 and PHYS 261 (Formerly: PHYS 262). 
Corequisite: MATH 246. Engineering College only (04). 
0101 Uwson, W 

Meets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh 12:30pm-l 50pm(CSI 2120) 

W 2:00pm-3:20pm (CSI 2 120) Dis 

ENEE244 (PermReql Digital Logic Design; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: ENEE 114 or CMSC 106. Restricted to students with 
09090 or 09991 major codes. Engineering College only (04). 
0101 Silio.C 

Meets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh 9 30amIO50am (CSI 2120) 
All lower-division CHEM. MATH, PHYS and Engineering 
cours«s that are required courses for the BS degrtfe in Eleclrica! 
Engineering must be completed before enrolling in any 300- or 
400-level ENEE course (except ENEE 300 and ENEE 301) 
Transfer students will be allowed one term to complete all such 
courses after staning to talce upper-level ENEE courses, 

ENEE302 (PermReq) Digital Electronics; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: ENEE 204 and completion of all lower-division 
courses in the EE curriculum. Restricted to students with 09090 or 
09991 major codes. See above note. ENEE majors (09090) only. 
0101 Alexander. C 

Meets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9;20am (CSI 3120) 

ENEE312 (PermReq) Semiconductor Devices and Analog 
Electronics; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: ENEE 302 and completion of all lower-division 
technical courses in the EE curriculum. Restricted to students with 
a 09090 major code. See above note. ENEE majors (09090) only 
0101 Alexander, C 

Meets 06(01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh 9:30am- 10:50am (CSI 3120) 

ENEE350 (PermReq) Computer Organization; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: ENEE 244 and completion of all lower-division 
technical courses m the EE curriculum. See above note. For 
09090 and 09991 majors only. Electrical Engineering and 
Computer Engineering majors may not substitute CMSC 311 for 
ENEE 350. Not open to students who have completed ENEE 250. 
Formerly ENEE 250. ENEE majors (09090) only, 
0101 Silio,C 

Meets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9 20am (CSI 31 17) 

ENEE380 (PermReql Electromagnetic Theory; (3) REG, 
Prerequisites: MATH 24I.IPHYS 270 and 271 (Former PHYS 
263]} and completion of all lower-division technical courses in the 
EE curriculum. See above note. 
0101 Taylor. L, 

Meets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh Il:OOam-I2:20pm(CSI 2120) 

ENEE381 (PermReq) Electromagnetic Wave Propagation; (3) 

REG 

Prerequisite: ENEE 380 and completion of all lower-division 

technical courses in the EE curriculum. See above note. For 

ENEE majors only. 

0101 Romero, D 

Meets 06A)l/04-07/2l/04 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9:20am (CSI 2107) 



www.summer.umd.edu 



ENEE440 (PermReq) Microprocessors; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: ENEE 350 and completion of all lower-division 
technical courses in the EE curriculum. See above note. For 
09090 and 09991 majors only ENEE majors (09090) only, 
0101 Hawkins, W 

M(^ets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9 20am (CSI 1122) 

ENEE499 (PermReq) Senior Projects in Electrical 
Engineering; (1-3) REG 

Individual Instruclion course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

ENEE699 (PermReq) Independent Studies in Electrical 
Engineering; (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact departmeni or instructor to 
obtain section number, 

ENEE799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) SE 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obltiin section number, 

ENEE899 (PermReq) Doctoral DisserUlion Research; (1-8) S- 
F 

ontact depanment or instructor to 



E>fES Engineering Science 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENESIOO IPermReq) Introduction to Engineering Design; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Physical Science (PS) Corequisite: MATH 140. Smdents 
interested in science and technology discover engineering and the 
engineering design process by working in teams to design, build, 
test and analyze a number of challenging roboticsmriented 
piojects. Students learn fundamental engineering analysis 
methods, how to apply them using software packages and hone 
their communication skills through design presentation. A Young 
Scholars Program course. Enrollment by peimission only. Please 
contact SPOC for further information al summer@umail.umd edu 
04YS Lovell, D 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

M 9:00ara-l2:00pra (EGR 01 10) 
TuWThF 1 :0Opm-5:0Opm (EGR 01 10) 

ENES102 Statics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: MATH 140. For engineering majors only. Formerlv 

ENESIIO. 

OIOI STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:30am- 10:50am (EGR 0108) 
TuTh 12 30pm-2:30pm (EGR 0108) Dis 

ENES220 Mechanics of Materials; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites, ENES 102: and MATH 141: and PHYS 161. For 
engineering majors only (not including ENEE majors). 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9 :30am- 1 0:50am (EGR 2154) 
TuTh l2:45pm-2:45pm(CHM 2201) Dis 

ENES221 Dynamics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: ENES 102 or ENES 110: and MATH 141; and PHYS 

161. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8 00am-9:40am (EGR 2154) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1:00am- 12:40pm (EGR 2154) 

ENES435 Product Liability and Regulation; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Junior standing. Also offered as ENFP435. 
OIOI Brannigan, V, 

TuTh 5:OOpm-8:20pm (EGR 0135) 

ENFP Engineering, Fire Protection 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENFP429 (PermReq) Independent Studies; (1-3) REG/P-E 
Individual Insuiiction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain ,';ection number. 

ENFP435 Product Liability and Regulation; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Junior standing. Also offered as ENES435 
0101 Brannigan, V 

TuTh 5:00pm-8 20pni (EGR 0135) 



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ENFP 



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EUGL 



ENFP619 Graduate Seminar: (1-3) REG/AUD 
IndiviJiia! Instruction course contact deparltiiem < 
obtain section number 

ENFP629 Selected Topics; (3-6) REG/AUD 
InJividual Instruction course: contact depanmem • 
obtain section number 



ENFP649 Special Problems; (1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor t 

obtain section number 

ENFP799 Master's Thesis Research: (1-6) REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor i 
obtain section number 

ENGLEnglisli 

(Arts and Humanities) 



ENCLIOl Introduction to Writing; (3) REG 

An introductory course in academic writing. 

0101 STAFF 
MTuWThF9:30am-10:50om(ARC 1121) 

0102 STAFF 

TuTh I 0Opra-4:15pni(SQH 2119) 
0104 STAFF 

MTuTh 6;00pni-8: lOpni (SQH 21 19) 
0202 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:l5pra (SQH 1103) 
0204 STAFF 

MWTh6 00pm-8:10pm(WDS 1131) 

ENGLIOIB (PeimReql Introduction to Writing: (3) REG. 

For Bndge students only, 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF l:0Opm-2:30pm(MTH B0425) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF l:00pm-2:3Opni(EGR 1102) 

ENGLIOIX Introduction to Writing; (3) REG 

For students for whom English is a second language. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (SQH 2120) 

ENGL205 Introduction to Shaliespeare; (3) REG/P t^/AUO 
CORE: Literature (HL) RecommenJed for non-mnjon. 
0201 Richardson, B. 

TuTh l:00pm-4:lSpm(SQH 1105) 

ENGL222 American Literature: 1865 to Present; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE: Literature (HLl 

0101 Jessar. K 

TuTh 5:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 2117) 
0201 Helwig, T 

MW6:00pni-9: 15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENGL234 Introduction to Arrican-American Literature: (3) 

REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY 

0101 Harding.] 

MW 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 2117) 

ENCL243 Introduction to Poetry: (3) REG/PF/AUD 
CORE: Literature (HL) 
0101 Cross, R 

TuTh 1 OOpm-4: 15pm (SQH 1117) 
0201 Van Egmond, R 

MW l:00pm-4;l5pm(SQH 1119) 

ENGL244 Introduction to Drama; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
CORE: Literature (HL) 
0101 Chapman, M 

MW l:00pm-4:I5pm(SQH 1107) 

ENGL24S Film and the Narrative Tradition: (3) REG/PF/AUD 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) 
0401 Melcalf, G 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF l:00pm-4: 15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENGL250 Introduction to Literature by Women; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY Ahn offered as WMST 25.\ 

Credit mil be granledfor onl\ one of Ike following: ENGL 250 or 

WMST 255. 

0201 Macri, L. 

TuTh 5:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1117) 



ENGL278 IPermReq) Special Topics in Literature: Shakespeare 
in the Renassancc: (3) REG/P F/AUD 

hitrxiduces students to the plays of William Shakespeare within 
specific, historical circumstances of the Renais-sance. Students 
read Romeo and Juliet. Love's Labor's Lost and Othello within 
framework of Renaissance life. A Young Scholars Program 
course. Enrollment by permission only. Please contact SPOC for 
further information at sumnrer@uinail.uiiid.cdu. 
04YS Donawerth. J. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:30pm (SQH 2121) 

ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of Literature; (3) 

REG/PF/AUD 

For English and English education majors only. 

Old Leonardi. S 

MW l:00pm-4 15pm (SQH 21 17) 

ENGL304 The Major Works of Shakespeare; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: two lower-level English courses, at least one in 

literature; or permission of department. Not open to students who 

have completed ENGL 403 and ENGL 404. 

0101 Grossman. M. 

TuTh 6:0Opm-9:lSpm (SQH 1101) 

ENGL312 Romantic to Modern British Literature; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD 
0201 Klcine. D. 

TuTh 1.0Opm-4:15pm(SQH 1103) 

ENGL3I3 American Literature: (3) REG 

Prerequisite: two lower-level English courses, at least one in 
literature; or permission of department. 
0201 Levine. R 

MW6:0Opm-9: 15pm (SQH 1107) 

ENGL34«F Literary Works by Women: Women in the 

Plantation Household; (3) REG/PF/AUD. 

DIVERSITY 

Old Ryan. L 

MW l:00pm-4:15pm(SQH 1105) 

ENGL368 Special Topics in the Literature of Africa and the 

African Diaspora: The African Diaspora: 13) REG/PF/AUD 

DIVERSITY 

0201 Ray.S. 

MW l:0Opra-4: 15pm (SQH 1103) 

ENGL3790 Special Ibpics in Literature: The Middle Ages in 

Cinema: (3) REG/PF/AUD 

0401 Olmert. M. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTh l:00pm-4:00pm(SQH 1120) 
W6:00pm-9 00pm (SQH llODUb 

ENGL379W Special Topics in Literature: Modem Heroic 

Cinema; (3) REG 

0201 Miller. J 

TuTh 6:30pm-10:OOpm (SQH 1120) 

ENGL388P Writing Internship: (3-6) REG 

0201 Rosenthal. L. 

Time and room to be arranged 
ENCL391 Advanced Composition; (3) REG. 
Prerequisite: Junior standing and completion of ENGL 101 or 
equivalent. 
0105 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12:20pm (SQH 1107) 

0107 STAFF 

MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1123) 

0108 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1107) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (SQH 1111) 

0204 STAFF 
MW6:0Opm-9:15pro(SQH 2119) 

0205 STAFF 

TuTh 5:00pnl-9: 15pm (SQH 2122) 

ENGL392 Advanced Composition: Pre-Law; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: Junior standing and completion of ENGL 101 or 

equivalent. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (SQH 2119) 

ENGL393 Technical Writing; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: Junior standing and completion of ENGL 101 or 

equivalent. 

0101 STAFF 



MTuWThF 8.00am-9:20am (SQH 1111) 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9 30am-10:50am (SQH 1107) 
0105 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 OOam-12 20pm(SQH 1123) 

0108 STAFF 

MW 6 OOpni-9 1 5pm (SQH 1111) 

0109 STAFF 

MW 6:00pm-9 15pm (SQH 2122) 

0112 STAFF 

TuTh 6 OOpm-9: 15pm (SQH 2121) 

0113 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1 123) 
0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- IftSOam (SQH 2120) 
0204 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 :00am- 1 2:20pra (SQH 2119) 

0206 STAFF 

MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1123) 

0207 ST/kFF 

MW 6 OOpm-9: 15pm (SQH 1111) 

0209 STAFF 

TuTh 6;00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1121) 

0210 ST/VFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1 123) 

0211 STAFF 

MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1120) 
ENGL393X Technical Writing; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: Junior standing and completion of ENGL lOl or 
equivalent. For students for whom English is a second language. 

0103 STAFF 

MW6:00pm-9; 15pm (SQH 1107) 

0202 STAFF 

TuTh 6:0Opm-9: 15pm (SQH 1111) 

0203 STAFF 
MW6:0Opm-9:l5pm(SQH 1121) 

ENGL394 Business Writing; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: Junior standing and completion of ENGL 101 or 

equivalent. This course satisfies the junior English requirement 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-IO:50am (SQH 1123) 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 OOara- 12:20pm (SQH 2119) 

0104 STAFF 

MW 6:0Opm-9:15pm (SQH 2121) 

0105 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pra (SQH 1121) 

0107 STAFF 

TuTh 6:0Opni-9: 15pro (SQH 1 105) 

0108 STAFF 

TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1 1 19) 

0109 STAFF 

MW 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1 105) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (SQH 1105) 

0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm(SQH 1107) 

0204 STAFF 

MW6:0Opm-9: 15pm (SQH 1105) 

0205 STAFF 

TuTh 6 OOpm-9: 15pm (SQH 2121) 

0206 . STPJT 

TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pra (KEY 0120) 

ENGL39$ Writing for Health Proressions; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: Junior standing and completion of ENGL 101 or 

equivalent. 

0101 Keleher. S. 

MTuWThF 9:30am-lO50am (SQH 1101) 

ENGL399 IPermReq) Senior Seminar: Restoration and 18th 
Century Drama; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
0201 Rosenthal. L 

TuTh 1 0Opm-4:l5pm(SQH 1111) 

ENGL429 (PermReqt Independent Research in English; (l-«) 

REG/PF/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number, 

ENCL429A Independent Research in English: The History of 

American Cinema; (6) REG 

0101 Miller, J. 

MTuWThF 9:00am-12:30pm (SQH 1120) 

ENGL433 American Literature: 1914 to the Present, the 

Modern Period; (3) REG/PF/AUD 

Prerequisite: two English courses in literature or permission of 

department. 

0101 Chuh. K 

MW9:00am-l2:30pm(SQH 1117) 



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ENSP 



ENGL4<2 Folksoni and Ballad; (}) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Pearson, B, 

TuTh 1 00pm-4:15pm(SOH2117) 

ENGL4g8D Topics in Advanced Writing: Tlit Rhetoric of 
Intimidation: (3) REG/FF/AUD 
0201 Hendrickson, A 

TuTh 6;0Opm-9: 15pm (SQH 1107) 

ENGL49S Independent Study in Honors; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
lodividuaj Instniction course: contact deparlmetlt or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prertquisiles: Cnndidncy for honors in 
Entlisk and ENGL 370 and ENGL 373. For ENGL major! only. 

ENGL431 Readings in JOth Century American Literature; (3) 

REG/AUD 

Also offered as ENGL 437. 

0101 Chuh, K. 

MW 9:00am-12:30pm (SQH ! 1 17) 

ENGL«99 IPtrmReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



ENGL7V9 Master's Thesis Research; (l-«) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or 
obtain section number 



ENGLOT9 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depoitmcnt or instructor to 
obtain section otmiber. 

ENMA Engineering, Materials 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENMA4n (PermRcq) Senior Laboratory Project; (3) REG/F- 
F/AUD 
0201 Christou, A 

Time and room to be arranged 



ENMAM8 Special Problems in Materials Science and 
Engineering; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course; contact depanmenl 
obtain section number. 



E?HMA7»9 IFtrmReq) Master's Thesis Research; (l-«) REG. 
Individual Instrtiction course: contact department or itistructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENMA89* (PennRrq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number 

ENME Engineering, Mechanical 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENMElJITbtmiodyiiiiiilcs; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
PrertquislU: PHYS 260 and PHYS 261 (Formerly: PHYS 262). 
0101 Ainane, S 

MTuWTh 9:OOam-10;40am (EGL 1204) 

ENME320 Thermodynamics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prertquisiles; MATH 141; and IPHYS 260 and PHYS 261 
(Formerly; PHYS 262)1. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 11 0Oam-12:4Opm(JMP3104) 

ENME331 Fluid Mechanics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisilei; ENME 232 and ENES 221. 
0101 Bigio.D 

TuTh 12 30pra-3 50pm (EGR 3106) 



Prerequisites; ENME 350 and (PHYS 270 and 271 /Formerly 
PHYS 2631). 

0101 Rothblum.R 

MW l2:30pm-2 30pm (EGR 0110) 
MW 2:40pm-4 40pm (EGR 0110) Ub 

0102 Rothblum.R 

MW 12:30pm-2:30pm(EGR01IO) 
MW 4;45pm-6;45pm (EGR 0110) Lab 

ENME3«1 Vibration, Controls and Optimization I; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD 

Prerequisites; ENES 221 and ENES 220 and MATH 246. 
0101 Coder. D. 

MTuW 9:00am-l 1:15am (EGR 3106) 

ENME400 Machine Design; (3) REG/F-F/AUD 

Senior standing. 

0101 Beigel. T 

MTuW 4:00pm-6:15pm (EGR 0108) 
0201 Beigel. T. 

MTuW 4:0Opra-6; 15pm (EGR 3114) 

ENME414 Computer-Alded Design; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite; MATH 241 or equivalent. 
0101 Saraiji. R 

TuTh I2:30pm-3:50pm (EGR 0135) 

ENME462 Vibrations, Controls, and Opdmiulloil 11; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites; ENME 351 and ENME 361. Formerly ENME 362. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9:40am (JMP 3104) 

ENME488 (PermReq) Special Problems; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENME489T Special Ttapics In Mechanical Engineering: 
'nirbomachinery: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Maries. C 

MTuWTh 10:00am-l 1:40am (EGR 2112) 



ENME799 MasUr's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact departirwDt or 
obtain section number. 



ENME899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact depamneol 
obtain section number. 

ENNU Engineering, Nuclear 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENNII468 Research; (2-3) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor I 

obtain section number. 

ENNU648 Special Problems in Nuclear Engineering; (1-6) 

REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 

obtain section number. 



ENNl)7»9 MasUr's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or 
obtain section number. 



ENNU899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depaninent or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENPM Engineering, Professional Masters 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENPM808F Advanced Topics in Engineering: Applied Finite 
Element Methods; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Elheridge. 1. 

Meets 06/03/04-07/22/04 

. TuTh 5:30pm-8: 10pm (EGR 2154) 

ENPM808N Advanced Topics In Engineering: Network 
Security; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Mehrotra, A 

Meets 06/03/04-07/22/04 

MW 7:00pm-9:40pm (EGR 1104) 

ENPM808T Advanced Ibpics in Engineering: Next Generation 
Wireless Communication Networks; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 SayraHan-Pour. K, 

Meets 06/0 1 /04-07/2 1 /04. - 

TuTh 5:30pm-8: 10pm (EGR 1104) 

ENRE Reliability Engineering 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENRE467 System Safety Engineering; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites; MATH 246 and PHYS 263 or permission of 

department. 

0101 Allocco, M 

Th 5;30pm-8:50pm (ITV 1 100) 

ENRE620 Mathematical Techniques of Reliability Engineering; 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Also offered as ENNU 620. 

0101 Modaires. M. 

Tu5:OOpm-8: 10pm (ITV IJOO) 

ENRE648 (PermReq) Special Problems in Reliability 
Engineering; (1-6) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENRE798 Master's Non-Thesis Research; (1-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Insffuction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENRE799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course; contact departnKnt or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENRE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENSE Systems Engineering 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



eNSE799 (PermReq) Systems Engineering Thesis: Masters 
Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Contact Systems Engineering Office. Rm. 
2172 A. V. Williams BIdg. to malce arrangements 

ENSP Environmental Science and Policy 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



ENSP386 Internship; (3-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course, contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite; internship proposal approved 
by ihf specialty advisor, the direnor of ENSP and the student's 
internship sponsor 



ENME332 Transfer Processes: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite; ENME 331 
0101 Herold. K 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 10:40am (EGR 3102) 



ENPM633 The ChemUtry of Natural Waters; (3) REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite; ENCE 433 or permission of instructor 
0101 Cheng. Y. 

Meets 06/01/04-07/21/04 

MW 5:30pm-8 10pm (EGR 2107) 



www.summer.umd.edu 



ENPM808 (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Engineering; (1-3) 

REG/AUD 

0101 Syrmos. G. 

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ENTM Entomology 
(Life Sciences) 



ENTM699 Advanced Entomolog)': (l-«) REG/AUD 
Individual Inslmction course: contact depanmeni 
obtain section number. 



ENTM789 Field Expei 

AUD 

Individual Instruction c 

obtain section number. 



> PesI Management; (1-6) REG/ 
ontaci depanment or instructor to 



ENTM799 Master's Thesis Research; (l-«) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or 
obtain section number. 



ENTMg99 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instrrictor t 
obtain section number. 

ENTS Telecommunications 

(The A. James Clark School of 
Engineering) 



ENTS609 Telecommunications Project: (3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment 
obtain section number. 

FMST Family Studies 
(Health and Human Performance) 



FMSTMO Couple Relationships; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 McClintock-Comcaux. M. 

MW 6:00pm-9:30pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST330 Family Theories and Patterns; (3) REG/AUD. 

Junior standing. 

0101 Zeiger, R. 

TuTh 9:30an)- 12:50pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST332 Children in Families; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisile: FMST 105 or PSYC 100. 
0101 Marine. E. 

MW 2:00pra-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 
0201 Falconier. M. 

TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST341 Personal and Family Finance; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Knight, W. 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 
0201 ICnight. W. 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 

FMST3S1 Poverty, Amuence, and Families; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY Prerequisile: SOCY 100 or SOCY 105. 
0201 Morton, G. 

MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST383 Delivery of Human Services to Families; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Prerequisile: FMST 330. 
0201 Kuvalanlta, K. 

TuTh 9:30am- 12:50pm (MMH 3418) 

FMST386 (PermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisile: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

FMST399 {PermReql Independent Study; (1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Individualized family and community 
studies projects of interest to student and faculty 

FMST431 Family Crises and Intervention; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: PSYC 100. 
0101 Zeiger, R 

TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 
0401 Zeiger, R. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuW 9:00am- 1 :30pm (MMH 0108) 



FMST460 Violence in Families; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or SOCY 100 or SOCY 105. 
0101 Twombly.C 

TuTh 2:OOpm-S:20pm (KEY 0102) 

FMST477 (PermReq) Internship and Analysis in Family Studies; 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: FMST 3S3. plus iin iidditional six FMST credits and 
permission ofdepartmeiil. For FMST majors only. Credit wilt be 
granted for only one of the following: FMST 477 or FMST 347. 
Meets on alternate Tuesdays. A planned, supervised internship 
complemented by analysis. Opportunities to integrate theory and 
practice. Field experience requires minimum of 120 hours per 



0101 Oravecz, L 

Meets 06/01/04-08/17/04 

W9:30am-12:50pm(MMH 1108A) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

FMST487 Legal Aspects of Family Problems; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0101 Myriclcs. N. 

MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1400) 

FMST497 The Child and the Law; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
0101 Myricks, N 

MW9:30am-12:50pm(MMH 1304) 

FMST498 (PermReq) Special Topics; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course, contact departme 
obtain section number. Individual family studie 
on topics of interest to student mid faculty. 

FMST498S Special Topics: Sexuality: Issues in Family Therapy 
and Service Delivery; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Burdetle.R 

TuTh 9:30ani-12:50pm (MMH 1108A) 

FMST64S Sexuality: Issues in Family Therapy and Service 

Delivery; (3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisites: a basic course in human sexualiry and permission 

of instructor 

0101 Burdette, R. 

TuTh 9:30am-l2:50pm (MMH 1108A) 

FMST654 Clinical Marriage and Family Therapy Practice; (3) 

REG/AUD. 

Prerequisile: FMST 651. Limited 10 students admilled 10 the family 

therapy program. 

0101 Werlinich, C 

M 8:00am-4:30pm (Arranged) 
0201 Werlinich, C 

M 8:00am-4:30pm (Arranged) 

FMST658 Supervised Clinical Practice of Marriage and 
Family Therapy; (1) S-F 
0101 Werlinich, C 

W 9:00am-12:00pm (MMH 1310) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 
0201 Werlinich, C 

W 9:00am-12:00pm (MMH 1310) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

FMST689 (PermReq) Internship; (3-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Internship related to student's chosen 
specialization. 

FMST698 (PermReq) Advanced Topics in Family Studies; (1-3) 

REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

FMST698C Advanced Topics in Family Studies: Family Crises 
and Intervention: (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Zeiger, R 

TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 
0401 Zeiger, R 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuW 9:00am-l:30pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST698V Advanced Topics in Family Studies: Violence in 
Families; (3) REG/AUD 
OIOI Tviombly, C 

TuTh 2:OOpm-5:20pm (KEY 0102) 



FMST699 Independent Study; (1-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department ( 
obtain section number 



FMST789 (PermReql Non-Thesis Research; (1-3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

FMST799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section nuniber. 

FMST899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG/S-F 

0207 Koblinsky, S. 

Time and room to be arranged 

FREN French 

(Arts and Humanities) 



FRENlOl Elementary French I; (4) REG/P F/AUD 
Not open to students with 2 or more years of high school level 
French or to native/fluent speakers of French. 
0101 Akpakla, B 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 1224) 

FREN102 Elementary French II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: FREN 101 at UMCP or permission of department. 
0201 Mechtati. J. 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 0208) 

FREN103 Elementary French Review: (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Limited to students who have completed fewer than three years of 
high school French. Not open to students who have completed 
FREN 102 or to native/fluent speakers of French. Credit will be 
granted for only one of Ihe following: FREN 102 or FREN 103. 
0101 Wiimer, L. 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 1215) 

FREN2D1 Intermediate French; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Humanities (HO) Prerequisite: FREN 102. Not open to 
native/fluent speakers. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: FREN 201 or FREN 203. Formerly FREN 203. 
0101 Ri)o Farias Costa. A 

TuWTh 6:00pro-9:00pm (JMZ 3120) 

FREN202 Intermediate French Review; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE Humanities (HO) Prerequisile: FREN 103. Not open to 
students who have completed FREN 201 (formerly FREN 203). 
0201 Rebourcet, S 

TuWTh 6:00pra-9:00pm (JMZ 2207) 



FREN204 French Grammar and Composition; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Prerequisile: FREN 201 or FREN 202. 

Open to students who have completed 4 years (Level 4) of high 

school French. Not open to nativeJflueni speakers. 

0201 Nair, P. 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (JMZ 3120) 

FREN250 Introduction to French Literature; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) Not open to native/fluent speakers. 

Prerequisile: FREN 204 or equivalent. Recommended: FREN 211- 

0101 Pemkeu, Z. 

MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (JMZ 3203) 

FREN302 Praclicum in Translation I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisile: FREN 301 or equivalent. 
0101 Mohan, S 

TuTh 5:00pm-9:20pm (JMZ 3203) 

FREN303 Practicum in Translation II; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisile: FREN 301 or equivalent. Recommended: FREN 

302. 

0101 Mohan, S. 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pra (JMZ 3203) 

FREN311 Advanced French Conversation; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Not open to native/fluent speakers. Prerequisile: FREN 204 or 
equivalent. Recommended: FREN 211. Taught concurrently with 
FREN 312. 
0201 Russelburg, S. 

MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (JMZ 3118) 

FREN312 France Today; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Not open to native/fluent speakers. Prerequisile: Fren 204 or 

equivalent. Taught concurrently with FREN 311. 

0201 Russelburg, S 

MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (JMZ 3118) 



FREN799 Master's Thesis Research: (1-6) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni 
obtain section number. 



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FREN899 Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruciion course: coniact depanment or instructor 
obtain seclu>n number 

GEOG Geography 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



GEOCIOO Introduction to Geoerapby; (3) REG/P-F 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) 
0101 Cirrincione. J. 

TuTh 4:00pm-7:30pm (LEF 2205) 

GEOG140 Coastal Environments; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Physical Science (PS) 
0201 Kearney. M 

TuTh 9:3Dam-l OOpra {LEF 2166) 

GEOG170 Maps and Map Vx: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) 
0101 Bixxlsky. H 

TuTh 9 OOam- 12:30pm (LEF 1222) 

GEOC320 The United States and Canada; (3) REG/PF/AUO 
0201 Ency, A 

MW 9:OOanvl2:30pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG321 Maryland and Adjacent Areas; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Eney. A 

MW l:00pm-4:30pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG323 Latin America: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY 

0101 Luna. R 

TuTh 12:30pm-4:00pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG372 Remote Sensing; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
There is a $40 00 lab fee for Ihis course 
0101 Weiner, M 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:30pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG373 Geographic Informalion Systems; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

There is a $40 00 lab fee for this course. 

OlZl Tedrick. J 

Meets 06A)I/04-07/09/04 

MW 6:0Opni-9:3Opm (SGI 210) 
Section OlZl is taught al the Shady Grove located at 9630 
Gudelsky Drive. Rockville MD 

0201 Reilsnia. F. 

MW 6:00pm-9:30pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG3S4 (PermReq) Internship in Geography; (3) S-F 
individual Instruction course: contact department or instnictor to 
obtain section number Prerequisite. GEOG 305; and GEOG 310: 
and permission vf department. Cnrequisile: GEOG 385. 

CEOG385 (PermReq) InUrnship Research Paper; (3) REG/P-F/ 
AUD 

Individual instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number Prerequisite: GEOG 305: and GEOG 310: 
and permission of depanment. Corequisite: GEOG 384. 

GEOG398 Special Topics in Geography: 'nchnoiogy, SaUlliUs 
and Global Change; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
04YS Geores. M 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9 30am-4 30pm (LEF 1220) 

CEOG42I Cultural Ecology: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Kearney. B 

TuTh 2:00pm-5 30pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG422 Population Geography; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Zlalic. M 

MW 6:D0pm-9:30pm (LEF 1222) 

CEOG4S0 The Contemporary City; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Zlalic. M. 

MW2:00pra-5:30pra(LEF 1221) 

GEOG498 (Penn/ie.7) Topical Investigations; (1-3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number 

CEOG7g8 iPermReql Selected Topics in Geography: (1-3) REG/ 
AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact departmen 



GEOG788D Selected Topics in Geography: Population 

Geography; (3) 

0101 Zlalic. M. 

MW 6 00pni-9-.30pm (LEF 1222) 

GEOG788E Selected Topics in Geography: Cultural Ecology; 

(1-3) 

0201 Kearney. B. 

TuTh 2:00pm-S 30pm (LEF 2166) 

GEOG788I Selected Topics in Geography: The Contemporary 

Cily: (3) 

0101 Zlalic. M 

MW 2 OOpm-5 30pm (LEF 1221) 

GEOG789 (PermReq) Independent Readings: (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnictor to 
obtain section number, Coniact depanment to make arrangements. 

GZ.0G19» (PermReq) Internship in Geography: (3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Contact department to make arrangements. 

GEOG799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research: (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

GEOG899 (PermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 
REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

GEOL Geology 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



GEOLIOO Physical Geology: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Credit will be granted/or only one of the following: GEOL 100 or 

GEOL 103 or GEOL 105 or GEOL 107. CORE Physical Science 

Laboratory (PL) Course only when taken concurrently with 

GEOL 110 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50ara(PLS 1140) 

GEOLllO Physical Geology Laboratory; (1) REG/P-F/AUD 

Pre- or corequisite: GEOL 100 or GEOL 120 CORE Physical 

Science Laboratory (PL) Course only when taken with GEOL 

100 

0101 STAFF 

MW I2:00pm-3:00pm (GEO 2106) Lab 

GEOL120 Environmental Geology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Physic?! Science (PS) 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (PLS 1119) 

GEOL3S8 Field Studies II: The Natural History or the 
Galapagos Island; (3) REG 
OIGA STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

GEOL499 (PermReq) Special Problems in Geology; (1-3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

GEOL799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-4) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

GEOL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 
obtain section number. 

GERM Germanic Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 



GERM103 Review of Elemenury German; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: assignment either by placement examination or by 
the undergraduate director 
0101 Gary. C. 

MTuWTh 9:30am- 1 1:45am (JMZ 3203) 
0201 Kurash. J. 

MTuWTh 9:30am-ll:4Sam (JMZ 3203) 



GERM203 Intensive Review of Intermediate German; (4) 
REG 

Prerei/uisite: completion of GERM 102 or GERM 103 or 
placement examination administered by Undergraduate 
Coordinator Not open to students who have completed GERM 202. 
0101 Oweiss. O 

MTuWTh 9 30am-l 1:45am (JMZ 3205) 
0201 Molchanova. E. 

MTuWTh 9:30am- 11:45am (JMZ 3205) 

GERM280 German-American Cultural Contrast: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE Humanities (HO) 

0101 Pasternak. J 

MTuWTh I 30pm-3 15pm (JMZ 3205) 

GERM285 German Film and Lileralure; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HL) 
0301 Beicken, P 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MWF 9:00am-2:00pm (JMZ 1224) 

GERM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-6) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

GVPT Government and Politics 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



G VPTIOO Principles of Governmeiil and Politics; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) 

0101 Hamilton. C 

TuTh 9:00am- 12:20pm (TYD 1108) 
0201 Voyusekhovskyy, P 

TuTh 9:00am-12:20pm (TYD 1111) 

GVPT170 American Governmenl; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) 
0101 Hamilton. C 

MW 9:00am-12:20pm (TYD 1 108) 
0201 Whitt.C 

TuTh 9:00am- 12:20pm (TYD 1 102) 

CVPT200 International Political Relations: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Prerequisite: GVPT 

100. 

0101 Biswas. B. 

TuTh 9:00am- 12:20pm (TYD 1102) 

CVPT231 Law and Society; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: GVPT 170. 
0201 Longoria, R. 

MW 9:00am-12:20pm (TYD 1108) 

G VPT24I The Study of Political Philosophy: Ancient and 

Modern; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: GVPT WO. 
0101 Kammas. A 

MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2106) 

GVPT241H The Study of PoUtical Philosophy: Ancient and 
Modern: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: GVPT 100. Limited to Honors students only. 
0201 Bowker, M 

TuTh 9:00am- 12:20pm (ARC 1125) 

CVPT270 Introduction to Public Policy; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: GVPT 170. 
0201 Vietri, L. 

MW l:30pm-4:50pm(PLS 1130) 

G VPT282 The Government and Politics of the Third World: 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: GVPT 100. 

0101 Grant-Wisdom. D. 

MW 12:30pm-3:50pm(TYD 1 102) 

CVPT289A (PermReq) Special Ibpics in Government and 
Politics: International Political Relations (ICONS); (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Students participate in foreign policy and negotiation activities, 
including the acclaimed ICONS (International Communication 
and Negotiation Simulation) program. Students discover how the 
international system works-why nations go to war, why they make 
peace, how countries react when new issues, threats, risks and 
opportunities emerge in the international arena. A Young Scholars 



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Program course Enrollmem by pen 

SPOC lor lunher mfonnalic 

MYS Young, K 

Mee IS 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF9 00am- 12 00pm (PLS 1129) 
MWTh l:0Opm-4:00pm(PLS 1129) Dis 

GVPT309P Topics in Inlernalional Relations: Inler and intra- 
state conflict and its resolution in Latin America; (3) REG/P-F/ . 
AUD. 

Also offered as SPAN 448B, 
0201 Kaufman. E, 

TuTh2:OOpm-5:20pm(TYD2108) 

CVPT309X Topics in International Relations: ConRict 
Resolution ■ The Israeli Palestinian Experiment; (3) REG/P-F/ 
AUD, 

After years of negotiation, lately most of the dialogue between 
Palestinians and Israelis East is spoken with bullets and bombs. A 
unique team of professors from the Middle East is team-leaching 
this groundbreaking course. The specially designed approach 
allows an in-depth understanding of this volatile issue using 
inleraclive discussion, hislorical perspectives and problem-solving 
workshops to search for common ground. Topics include the fate 
of Jerusalem, the problems associated with refugees.-settlements, 
water rights, border disagreements and security concerns. This 
conflict is compared to the broader perspective of other ethno- 
polilical conflicts. The instructors are two well known Palestinian 
and Israeli political scientists, who for nine years have been 
working together Prof. Manuel Hassassian a resident of the West 
Bank, is the Executive Vice-President of the Bethlehem 
University. Prof. Edy Kaufman, is the Executive Director of the 
Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace at the 
Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Both will be coming specially 
from the Middle East to teach this course. 
0201 Kaufman, E 

TuTh 6:00pm-9;20pra (TYD 1101) 

CVPT386 iPermReq) Experiential Leartiing; (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instrtictor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite; permission of departmenl. 
Junior staniling. 

GVPT388 (PermReq) Topical Investieations; (1-3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0101 Morse, B 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Morse, B, 

Time and room to tie arranged 

GVPT388A Topical Investigations: Analysis of Concepts and 

Filmic Images; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Requires concurrent regislralion in GVPT 399A for a combined 

total of 6 credits. See course description under GVPT 399A. 

0301 Glass, J 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

Time and room to be arranged 
GVPT399A Seminar in CovernnienI and Politics: Films and the 
Politics of the Family; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
May be taken concurrenlly wilh GVPT 388A for a total of 6 

0301 Glass. J. 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF l:30pm-4:30pm (JMZ 0220) 

GVPT409A Seminar in International Relations and World 
Politics: Ethnic Conflict; (3) REG/P F/AUD. 
This course will explore the use of simulations for the snidy of 
negotiation and decision-making and R theories of conflict and 
cooperation. This class will design, beta-test and analyze 
scenarios and simulations that explore these two topics. The 
students will have the opportunity lo do original work in these 
areas and experience a very hands-on approach lo the study of 
inlemational relations. The course is designed for students who 
have taken previous classes in international relations and would 
like lo explore issues further (bul such courses are not a 
prerequisite) 
0101 Pate. A 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (PLS 1 129) 
C VPT409B Seminar in International Relations and World 
Politics: Politics of the Arab World; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Hassassian. M. 

TuTh 2;00pm-5 :20pm (TYD 1 108) 

GVPT409K Seminar in International Relations and World 
Politics: Multi-Track Diplomacy and Conflict Transformation; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Six evening seminars. Tuesdays and Thursdays. June 22nd July 
8lh, 600-9:20 p m ; weekend workshop: Friday July 9lh, 6:00- 
9:20 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday July 10th 1 1th. 9:00 a ml 00 
p m. and 2 00-6:00 p m 



0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/22/04-07/1 1/04 

Time and room lo be arranged 

G VPT432 Civil Rights and the Constitution; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisite: GVPT 231. 
0101 Simon. S 

TuTh 5:00pm-8:20pm (TYD 21 10) 

GVPT439A Seminar in Public Law: Gender and the Law; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 Fritz. M 

MW 5:00pm-8:20piTi (TYD 2102) 

GVPT444 American Political Theory; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: GVPT 100 or GVPT 170. 
0201 Terchek. R. 

TuTh 9:OOam-12:20pm (TYD 1108) 

GVPT475 The Presidency and the Executive Branch; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: GVPT 170. 

0201 Freund. E. 

TuTh S:0Opm-8 :20pm (TYD 2106) 

GVPT479A Seminar in American Politics: Politics of the 
Vietnam War; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0201 Vielri. L 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (PLS 1 130) 

GVPT808K Selected Ibpics in Functional Problems in 
International Relations: Multi-Track Diplomacy and Conflict 
Transformation; (3) REG/AUD 

Six evening seminars. Tuesdays and Thursdays. June 22nd July 
8th. 6:00- 9:20 p.m.; weekend workshop: Friday July 9th. 6:00- 
9:20 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday July lOth and llth. 9:00a, m. 
1 .00 p.m. and 2 :00-6:00 p.m. 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/22/04-07/1 1/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

GVPT898 Readings in Government and Politics; (3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: conlaci departmenl or insti\ictor lo 
obtain section number. 

GVPT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section numtier. 

HEBR Hebrew 

(Arts and Humanities) 



HEBRllIL Elementary Hebrew I; (6) REG/P-F/AUD 
HEBR 1 1 1 L is pari of the Intensive Language Institute, an eight- 
week session wherein students receive 12 credits upon successful 
completion To participate, students must register for LANG 
108B The program focuses on Modem Israeli Hebrew, with an 
emphasis on conversation. Students study linguistic structure and 
develop audio-lingual, writing, and reading ability. For further 
information, please visit www.summcrumd.edu/ 
inlensivelanguage/ or contact Summer Sessions al 
summer@umail.umd.edu 
0101 Zakim, E. 

Mecls 06/21/04-08/13/04 

MTuThF 9:00am-3:30pm (SQH 1121) 

W 9:00am-3;30pm (SQH 1121) 

HEBR1I2L Elementary Hebrew II; (6) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: HEBR III or equivalent. HEBR 1 12L is pan of Ihe 
Intensive Language Institute, an eight-week session wherein 
students receive 12 credits upon successful complelion To 
panicipate, students must register for LANG 108B The program 
focuses on Modem Israeli Hebrew, with an emphasis on 
conversation. Students study linguistic structure and develop 
audio-lingual, writing, and reading ability For further infomialion, 
please visit www.summer.umd edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact 
Summer Sessions al summer@umail.umd.edu 
0101 Zakim. E 

Meets 06/2 1 /04-08/ 1 3/04 

Time and room lo be arranged 

HESP Hearing and Speech Sciences 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 

HESPI20 Introduction lo Linguistics: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) 
0101 Anlonisse.M 

MWF 9:00am- 1 1 :30am (LEF 1222) 



HESP3I1 Anatomy, Pathology and Physiology of Ihe Auditory 

System; (3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: HESP 202 iv»/i ii grude itf C or better, or 

permission of depiirtmeiit. 

0101 Shiau. W 

MWF 1 1:00am- 1; 15pm (LEF 0135) 

HESP386 IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor lo 
obtain section numt>er Prerequisite: permission of deptirlment. 
Junior standing. 

HESP388 Undergraduate Research Exlernship; (1-3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruclion ( 

obtain section number. 



: contact depantnent or instructor to 



HESP4II Introduction to Audiology: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: HESP 311 with a grade of 'C or belter, or 
permission of departtnent. 
0101 Zaiewski. C. 

TuTh 4:30pm-6:30pm (LEF 1201) 

W 4 30pm-6:30pm (LEF 1220) 

HESP4I7 Principles and Methods in Speech-Language 
Pathology and Audiology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: I HESP 311. HESP 402. and HESP 411! m'* a 
grade of "C " or better, or permission of departmenl. 
0201 Sanson. K 

MTuWTh 9 :30am-ll:45am (LEF 1201) 

HESP420 Deafness and Sign Language; (3) REG 

Credit will be granted for onh one of the following: HESP 498A or 

HESP 420. 

0101 Kinsella-Meier, M 

MW 5:OOpm-8:20pm (LEF 0135) 

HESP498A Seminar: American Sign Language I; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0101 Williams, T 

MWF9:0Oam-ll:30am(LEF 1221) 

HESP498B Seminar: American Sign Language II; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0201 Williams, T 

MWF 9:00am-l 1:30am (LEF 1221) 

HESP499 IPermReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course:»contacl department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

HESP625 Dysphagia; (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: permission of department. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: HESP 639B or HESP 625. 

0201 Sonies. B. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTh 4:00pm-7:C0pm (LEF 0135) 

Time and room to t>e arranged 

HESP635 Aural Rehabililation/Habilitalion; (3) REG/AUD 

0101 STAFF 

TuW l:00pm-4:20pm (LEF 1201) 

HESP638 Research Practicutn: Minor Research Problems: (1- 

3) REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: conlaci department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

HESP646 Educational Audiology; (3) REG 
Prerequisite: HESP 606. Recommended: HESSP 64S. 
0201 Forseler. A. 

MeeLs 07/l2/04-08/06A)4 

MTuTh l:00pm-4:00pm (LEF 0135) 

HESP648B Clinical Practice in Speech; (1-2) REG/AUD 
Old Sisskin. V 

Time and room to be arranged 

0102 Skinker, K 

Time and room lo be arranged 

0103 Sanson, K 

Time and room to be arranged 

0104 Askew, C. 

Time and room to be arranged 

0105 Handy, D 

Time and room to be arranged 

HESP649 (PermReq) Clinical Practice in Audiology; (1-2) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruclion course conlaci depanmer 

obtain section number. 



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HESP708 Independent Study; (1-6) REG/AUD 

IndiMjujI Instruction tout^e contact departnienl or instructor to 

obtain section number 

HESP7M Advanced Clinical Practice in Speech; (2) REG/AUD 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged Lab 

HESP729 Advanced Clinical Practice in Audiolog.v; (1-8) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

HESP788 Graduate Research Externship: (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

HESP799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

HESP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

HISP Historic Preservation 

(School of Architecture, Planning, and 
Preservation) 



HISP619 iPrrmReq) Special Topics in Historic Preservation; 

(3) REG/AUD 

0101 Fiack. J. 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Flack. J 

Time and mom to be arranged 

HISP679 Measured Drawings Tor Historic Preservation; (3) 

REG/AUD 

This course may only be taken with HISP 6I9C. not 

iodependenlly. 

Old Capen. J 

Meets 0«/16/O4-07/O9/O4 

TuTh7 00pm-IO:20pra(ARC 1125) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

H1SP70O Tinal Seminar in Historic Preservation; (3) REG/ 

AUD. 

ClOl Flack. J. 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Rack. J. 

TinK and room to be arranged 

HIST History 

(Arts and Humanities) 

HISTl 1 1 The Medieval World; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
CORE Social or Polincal History (SH) 
0201 Rutenburg. I 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12 20pm (KEY 0116) 

HIST156 History of the United Sutes to 1865; (3) REG/P F/ 

AUD 

CORE Social or Political History (SH) 

0201 Hughes. M 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (KEY 01 16) 

HISTIS7 History of the United SUtes Since 1865; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE Social or Political History (SH) 

Old Smead, E 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12: 20pm (KEY 0102) 
0201 Scoll-Childress. R 

MTuWThF II 00am- 1 2 20pm (KEY 0103) 

HIST219 Special Topics in Hblory: As Time Goes By-American 
History as Viewed through American Music, from Colonial 
Times to Hip Hop; (3) REG/P F/AUD 

Students investigate how music functions as a historical document 
that can illuminate the major issues of American history. Through 
readings, discussion, researcli. lectures and audio and video 
recordings, students examine the evolution of American music 
and Its attendant industry and technology A Young Scholars 
Program course Enrollment by permission only. Please contact 
SPOC for further information at sunimer@umail.umd.edu. 
04YS Cohen. H 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

Time and rtjom to be arranged 



HIST219E Special Topics in History: As Time Goes By: 
American History as Viewed Through the Prism of American 
Music, from Colonial Times to Hip-Hop; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
0501 Cohen. H 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF l:00pm-4:15pm(ASY 1213) 

HIST2190 History of Sexuality in America; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Social or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY 
0501 Lyons. C 

Meets 06« 1/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:45pm(TLF 1101) 

HIST299 IPermReij) Directed Research; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

HIST319A Special Topics in History: Radical Regimes in the 
Arab Worid; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
0101 All. I 

MW 6:0Opm-9 15pm(KEY01l6) 

H1ST319B Special Topics in History: Religion and Slate in the 
Middle East Theory and Practice; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 Ali. I 

TuTh 6 OOpm-9 I5pm (KEY 01 16) 

HIST319C Special Topics in History: Asian Age in World 
History, 1200-1800; (3) REG/P F/AUD 

Examines the encounters Iietween Central Asian steppe nomads 
and the sown regions across Eurasia. The course begins with an 
examination of the steppe societies of Central Asia, the 
geographic region identified with the Silk Roads. The next three 
sections of the course focus on the nomadic interactions (of the 
Turks. Mongols. Khitans. Jurcheds. et al ) with the settled worlds 
of East Asia (Song. Ming. & Early (Jing China). South Asia (the 
Delhi Sultanates &. the Mughal Empire), and Southwest Asia 
(Ottoman Empire). A major motif of world history before 1800 
was the interactions all across Eurasia between nomad and 
sedentary civilizations. A second major motif, again within a 
world historical context, was the relatively even balance m the 
settled regions economic and political development. They were 
neither stagnant nor backward and merely awaiting for the 
arrival of the Europeans to assert their dominance. Indeed, this 
early modem penod was one in which there was growing 
interdependence among these regions. After the arrival of the 
Europeans (ca. 1500). "Asia" began to undergo a senes of 
transformations, but not merely because of the arrival of 
Westerners. Historical forces both from within and from without 
were pushing and pulling "Asia" in new directions. The course 
ends where the new directions begin. A final note: one of the 
purposes of this course is to "de-center" the discourse on the 
place of Europe in world history and suggest that Europe may 
have had an "equal" place in the world system of the 1200-1800. 
but it was not central nor dominant. The centralily and dominance 
of Eurtjpe were post- 1800 developments. 
OlZl Lilley.C. 

TuTh l:0Opm-4:20pm(SGII 3052) 
Section OIZI is taught at the Shady Grove Campus located at 
9630 Gudelsky Drive. Rockville. MD 



HIST319D'Special Ibpics in History: America in the Movies: 
Major Tbemcs In 20th Century; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 Malka. S, 

TuTh600pm-9:I5pm(PLS IIII) 

HIST319Q Special Topics in History: Africa in Worid History, 
1750 to Present Times; (3) REG/PF/AUD. 
0401 Gordon. D 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-l2:45pm (KEY 0126) 

HIST319W Special Topics in History: Latin American History 
and Film; (3) REG/P F/AUD 
0301 Williams. D 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 12 30pm-3 45pm (PLS HID 

HIST327 The Roman Empire; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0601 Holum. K. 

Meets 08/02/04-08/20/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:45pm (TWS 0147) 

HIST3S3 America in the Revolutionary Era. 1763-1815; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: HIST 353 or 

HIST 361. 

0101 Ridgway. W 

TuTh 6:00pm-9 15pm (KEY 0125) 



HIST3S6 Emergence of Modern America, 1900-1945; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD. 

Recommended: HIST 157 or HIST 211. Credit will he granted for 
only one of the following: HIST 356. HIST 365 or HIST 366. 
0201 Sullivan. T 

MTuWThF l2;30pm-l:50pm(TLF2I08) 

HIST357 Recent America: 1945-Present; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Recommended: HIST 157 or HIST 356. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the fnllnwing: HIST 357 or HIST 367. 
0101 Smead. E 

MTuWThF 12:30pm-l 50pm (KEY 0102) 

HIST386 Experiential Uaming; (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

HIST419A Special Topics in History: Sin and Salvation in 
American Film, 1929-1960; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Bradbury. M. 

MW I2:45pm-4:0Opm(PLS 1119) 

HIST419M Special Topics in History: Medieval Scandinavia and 
the Vikings in History; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Oslund. K. 

MTuWThF 9:30am-I0:50am (PLS IIII) 

HIST4I9T Special Topics in History: Europe in the Age of the 
French Revolution and Napoleon; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Old Sutheriand, D. 

MWF 4 OOpm-6: 15pm (KEY 0125) 

HIST493 Victorian Women In England, France, and the United 

sutes; (3) REG/P F/AUD 

DIVERSITY Mso offered as WMST453. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: HIST 493 or WMST 453. 

0101 Gullickson. G 

MTuWThF ll:0Oam-I2:20pm (KEY 0125) 

H1ST499A (PermReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

Time and rtjom to be arranged 

HIST619B (PermReq) Special Ibpics in History: independent 
Study; (1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

HIST799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 
Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

HIST899 (PermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number 

HLTH Health 
(Health and Human Performance) 



HLTH106 Drug Use and Abuse; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 Alpert. S 

MTuWTh l:GOpm-2:45pm (HHP 0305) 

HLTH150 First Aid and Emergency Medical Services; (2) REG/ 
P-F/AUD. 

0101 Homiak.R 

TuTh 8;30am- 1 1 :00am (HHP 0302) 

0102 Homiak. P 

TuTh 7:00pm-9:30pm (HHP 0302) 

0201 Griffin, M. 

TuW 8:30am- 1 1 :00am (HHP 0302) 

0202 Griffin. M. 

TuTh 6:00pm-8:30pm (HHP 0302) 

HLTH377 Human Sexuality; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 Sawyer. R 

MTuWTh 11 0Oam-I2:45pm(HHP 1312) 

0102 Bun. J 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:45pm (HHP 1302) 

0201 Torchia, T 

MTuWTh 9:00aro-I0:45am (HHP 1301) 

0202 Bun. I 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:45pm (HHP I30I) 



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HLTH460 Minority Health; (3) REG/P F 

Prerequisite: HLTH 140 or HLTH 2)0 or permission of 

liepnrlmenl. 

0201 Desmond. S. 

TuTh 6;0Opni-9 45pni (HHP 1302) 

HLTH471 Women's Health; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Also offered as WMST 47 L Credit will he granted for 

only one of the following; HLTH 471 or WMST 47 1. 

Old Voorhees, C 

MTuWTh l:00rm-2 45pm (HHP 1301) 
0102 Parker. C. 

MW 6;00pm-9:45pm (HHP 1301) 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh l;00pm-2;45pm (HHP 1302) 

0202 Desmond, S 

MW 6:0Opm-9 45pm (HHP 1301) 

HLTH498A Special Topics in Health: Massage Therapy; (31 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 Gilbert. G 

TuTh l:00pm-4 40pm (HHP 0302) 

HLTH498F Special Ibpics in Health: Complementary and 
Alternative Medicine; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
0101 Feldmim. R 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 10;45am (HHP 0305) 

HLTH498H Special Topics in Health: Mind-Body Health; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD, 

0201 Hyde. D 

MTuWTh ll;00am-12:45pm(HHP 1301) 

HLTHMS Health Behavior I; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Feldman.R, 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:45pm (HHP 0301) 

HLTH7g6 Master of Public Health in Community Health 
Education Project; (3) REG/AUD 
For HLTH majors only. 
0101 Howard, D 

Time and room to be arranged 

HONR Honors 
(Undergraduate Studies) 



HONR229S Honors Seminar: Terrorism; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Social or Political His(ory (SH) 
0101 Smead, E 

TuTh 2:00pm-5;15pni (ANA 0120) 

HONR238B Honors Seminar: Images of Masculinity in 
Twentieth Century American Literature and Film; (3) REG, 
CORE: Literature (HL) 
0101 OSullivan.S 

MW6:00pm-9;15pm(ASY 3217) 

HONR259Q Honors Seminar: The Mosaic of Identity in 
Contemporary American Literature; (3) REG, 
CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY 
0201 Airoto.J 

MTuWTh l:00pm-2:45pm (ANA 0100) 

ITAL Italian 
(Arts and Humanities) 



ITALIOIL EleraenUry lUlian I; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: ITAL 101 or 
ITAL 121. ITAL lOIL is pan of (he Intensive Language Institute, 
an eight-week session wherein students receive 8 credits upon 
successful completion. To participate, students must register for 
LANG 108D. The program focuses on the study of basic 
grammar; written and oral work, with increasing emphasis on 
spoken Italian, For further information, please visit 
www.suiimierumd.edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact Summer 
Sessions al suinmer<S)umail.umd,edu 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

MTuThF 9:00am-3:30pm (Arranged) 

Tu 9:00am-2:30pm (Arranged) 

ITAL102L Elementary lulian II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: TTAL 101 or permission of department. ITAL 102L ii 
pan of the Intensive Language Institute, an eight-week session 
wherein students leceive 8 credits upon successful compli 
panicipate, students must register for LANG 108D, The program 
focuses on the study of basic grammar; written and oral work. 
z emphasis on spoken Italian, For funhei 



information, plea.sc visit www.summerumd,edu/ 
inlensivelanguage/ or contaci Summer Sessions al 
summer@utnail,umd-edu 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

ITAL386 Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course, contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: Learning Proposal approved 
by the Office of Experiential Learning Programs, faculty sponsor, 
and student's internship sponsor Junior standing. 



ITAL399 Directed Study i 

Individual Instruction cour: 
obtain section number, 

ITAL498 Special Topic 

Individual Insmiclion ci 
obtain section number 



I Italian; (1-3) S-R 

:: contact depanment ( 



1 Italian Literature; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
se: contact depanment ( 



ITAL499 Special Topics in Italian Studies: (31 REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor I 
obtain section numt>er. 

IVSP Individual Studies Program 
(Undergraduate Studies) 



IVSP3I7 Progress Report; (1) S-F 

Individual Instruction course: conlaci depanmen 

obtain section number Prerequisite: admission to IVSP major 

IVSP318 IPermReqi Independent Learning Activities; 
Individual Studies; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number IVSP majors only. 

IVSP420 IPerrnReq) Senior Paper; (3) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or inslttictor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: admission to IVSP major For 
IVSP majors only. 

JAPN Japanese 
(Arts and Humanities) 



JAPNIOI Elemenury Japanese I; (6) REG/P-F/AUD 

0101 Miura, E 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:20pm (JMZ 3122) 

0102 Yamakila, E 

MTuWThF 9:30am-I2:20pm (JMZ 3118) 

JAPNIOI Elemenury Japanese II; (6) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: JAPN 101 or equivalent. 
0201 Yamakita. E. 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:20pm (JMZ 3122) 

JAPN201 Intermediate Japanese I; (6) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: JAPN 102 or equivalent. 
0101 Yaginuma. K 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:20pm (JMZ 1226) 

JAPN202 Inlcmiediale Japanese II; (6) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: JAPN 201 or equivalent. 
0201 Anzai. S 

MTuWThF 9:30am-I2:20pm (JMZ 1211) 

JAPN217 Japanese Literature in the Age of the Samurai; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE Literalure (HL) DIVERSITY 

0101 STAFF 

MTuW 6:00pra-8:30pni (JMZ 3205) 

JOUR Journalism 
(Philip Merrill College of Journalism) 



JOUR198 IPerrnReq) Survey Apprenticeship; (I) S-F 

Students should meet with Director Penny Fuchs in IRN 1 1 1 7 r 
later than Fnday. May 28, 2004 to gain pertnission to enroll, 
0101 Fuchs. P 

Meets 06/01/0408/24/04 

Time and room to be arranged 



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JOUR201 IPermReqi News Writing and ReporUng I; (3) REG 
Pre- or coreqitisite: JOUR 100. Grammar competency 
demon.urtiled by a score of 52 or higheron the TSWE and 
peiinission of department. Sophomore standing. A 5-niinute typing 
(est is required prior to the tirst class. Students must type a 
minimum of 30 wpm to remain enrolled in (he course. Must have 
al least 28 credits earned. Seek pemiission to enroll and take 
lyping lesl in 1 1 17 JRN. 
0101 Flynn, A. 

MTuWThF lOOOam-ll 40am (JRN 31021 

JOUR202 IPerrnReq) News Editing; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: grade ofC or better in JOUR 201. For JOUR majors 
only For JOUR majors only 
0201 Crane, S, 

MTuWThF I 00pm-2:40pm (JRN 3102) 

JOIIR231 IPerrnReq) News Writing and Reporting for Public 

Relations; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: Giainmar competency demonstrated b\ a score of 

52 or higher on the TSWE and permission of department. Credit 

will be granted for only one of the following: JOUR 201 P or 

JOUR 231. 

0101 Ncwhagen. J 

MTuWThF II OOam-12 40pm (JRN 3103) 

JOUR232 IPerrnReq) News Editing for Public Relations; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: Grade of C or better in JOUR 231 or equivalent and 

permission of department. Credit will be granted for only one of 

the following: JOUR 202P or JOUR 232. 

0101 Flynn, A, 

MTuWThF 2:00pra-3:40pm (JRN 3102) 

JOUR240 Advertising in America; (3) REG/P-F/AUD, 
CORE: Social or Political History (SH) Not open to students who 
have completed JOUR 340. Credit will be granted for only one of 
the following: JOUR 240 or JOUR 340. Formerly JOUR 340. 
0101 Zanoi, E, 

MW9:00am-12:15pm(JRN 1104) 

JOUR262 IPermReqi News Editing for Broadcast; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: Grade ofC or better in JOUR 201 and permission of 

department. Credit will be granted for onlv one of the following: 

JOUR 202B or JOUR 262. 

0101 Bums. D 

TuTh lI:00am-2: 15pm (ARC 1103) 
TuTh ll:00am-2 lSpm(TWS0II7) 

JOUR300 Journalism Ethics; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: JOUR 201. 
0301 Moeller. S, 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 1 :00pm-4: 15pra (JRN 1 105) 

JOUR361 IPerrnReq) Television Reporting and Production; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: JOUR 360. 
0201 Swift, K, 

TuWTh I:00pm-3:00pm (TWS 3218) 

F l:OOpm-3:OOpm(TWS0117)Ub 

JOUR396 IPerrnReq) Supervised Internship; (1) REG, 

Prereqinsite: Grade ofC or belter in JOUR 320 or JOUR 360. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: JOUR 326, 
JOUR 366 or JOUR 396. Students should meel with Internship 
Director Penny Fuchs in JRN 1 1 17 no later than Friday. May 28. 
2004 Students must spend a ininimum of 135 hours spread over at 
least a ten week period at their internship site. Consequently, 
grades will not be determined until after the end of the first 
summer session. For students matriculating on or after fall. 1999. 
0101 Fuchs. P 

Meets 06/01/04-08/24/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

JOUR398 Independent Study; (1-3) REG 
Individual Instruction course: conlaci depanment or instrticlor to 
obtain section number. Conlact depanment to make arrangements. 
Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for section and MARS code corresponding to 
faculty member. 

JOUR400 Law of Public Communication; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: JOUR 320 or JOUR360 or JOUR 501. 
0201 Brinkman, R, 

MW6 00pm-9 15pm(JRN 1104) 

JOUR4S0 Mass Media in Society; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Junior standing. 

0101 Barkin, S 

TuTh 4:0Opm-7: 15pm (JRN 1116) 



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JOUR4S9A (PermReq) Special Topics in Journalism: Minin; 

tbe National Archives; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Uodergraduate jounialism majors enrolled in ihis course will 

sadsfy JOUR 470-479 research requirement Course will be held 

al the National Archives II Contact the instructor to obtain 

pcnnissioit 

0101 Chinoy, 1 

TuTh9!00ain-I2:l5pm(JRN 1104) 

JOUR4S9P SpKial Topics in Joumalism: Photojoumalisni: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

This is not a skills/lab photo class. 
0301 Moeller, S 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF9:30am-l2 lOpnidRN 1105) 

JOVR4S9R Special Topics in Joumalism: Reality Television; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

0101 Barlfin. S. 

MW 4:00pm-7 ISpm (JRN 1116) 

JOVR459W Special Topics in Journalism: Covering Conflict 
and lirTorism; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 Moeller. S 

Meets 06/2l/04-07A)9A)4 

MTuWThF9:30am-l2:IOpm(JRN 1105) 

JOUR472 (PermRrq) Computer-Assisted Reporting; (3) REG. 
Prerequisite: JOUR 320 or JOUR 360. Nol open lo sludems who 
have corr\pleled JOUR 32S. Credit will be granted for only one of 
the following JOUR 328 or JOUR 472. Formerly JOUR 328. 
0401 Chinoy. I 

Meets 07/12AM-07/30/04 

MTuWThF9 :30am-12 :15pm(JRN 3102) 

JOUR501 (PermReq) FundamenUIs of Writing and Editing; (3) 

REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department. 

0101 Callahan. C 

MFuWThF 9:00ani- 1040am (JRN 3103) 

JOUR502 (PermReql Reporting for Graduate Students: (3) 

REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: JOUR 501 or permission of department. 

0201 Craae. S 

MTuWThF 9 OOam-lO 40am (JRN 3103) 

JOUR503 Reporting for Broadcast News; (3) REG/AUD. 

FrerequisUe: JOUR 501. Also offered as JOUR 262. 

OIOI Bums. D. 

TuTh ll:00am-2:I5pm(ARC 1103) 
TuTh ll:00am-2;l5pm<TWS0117) 

JOURMO (PermReq) Joumalism Ethics; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of department. 
0301 Moeller. S 

Meets 06(01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 1 :0Opni-4:15pm(JRN 1105) 

JOUR601 (PermReq) Theories of Joumalism and Public 
Communication; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of department. 
OIOI Newhagen. J 

TuTh I:00pm-4 15pm (JRN 1104) 

JOUR620 Seminar in PubUc Affairs Reporting; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: JOUR 502 or equivalent 
OIOI Stepp.C 

MW 9:00am-l2;l5pm (JRN 21 14) 

JOURMl Television Reporting and Production; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: JOUR 503 or equivalent. For JOUR majors only. 
0201 Swift. K- 

TuWTh I OOpm-3 00pm (TWS 3218) 

F 1 0Opm-3 0Opra(TWSOII7)Lab 

JOUR698 Special Problems in Communication; (1-3) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for section and MARS 

code conesponding to faculty member 

JOUR772 (PermReq) Methods In Computer-Assisted 

Reporting; (3) REG 

Pre- or coreqmsite: JOUR 501 or equivalent. Credit will be 

granted for only one of the following: JOUR 600 or JOUR 772. 

Formerly JOUR 600. 

0401 Chinoy. I 

Meets a7/l2/04-07/30A)4 

MTuWThF9 30am.|2 15pm (JRN 3102) 



JOUR779A (PermReq) Seminar in Research Problems: Mining 

the NaUonal Archives; (3) REG/AUD 

Contact the instructor to obtain permission. Coure will be held at 

the National Archives II. 

OIOI Chinoy. I 

TuTh 9:00am-I2:l5pm (JRN 1104) 

JOUR798 Master's Professional Fieldwork; (2-6) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for section and MARS 
code corresponding to faculty member 



JOUR799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact deparrmenl or 
obtain section number Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for sect 
corresponding to faculty member. 



JOUR888 Doctoral Proressional Field Work; (3-9) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor lo 
obtain section number Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for section and MARS 
code coiresponding to faculty member. 

JOUR889 Doctoral 1\itorial in Joumalism and Public 
Communication; (3-9) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for section and MARS 
code corresponding to faculty member. 

JOUR899 Doctoral Dissertation Research in Joumalism and 
Mass Communication; (1-8) REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Consult in JRN 1 1 17 for section and MARS 
code corresponding to faculty member, 

KNES Kinesiology 
(Health and Human Performance) 



KNES121J Physical Education Activities: Women: Martial 
Arts: Rape Aggression Defense (RAD); (1) REG/P-F 
Students must pay a $25 materials fee directly to the instructor. 
Required attendance beginning the ftrst day of class. 
OIOI Mucck. R 

TuTh 6:0Opra-9:OOpm (CRC 2 1 13) Lab 

KNES131V Physical Education Activities: Coed: Jogging; (I) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Attendance required beginning the first day of class. 

OIOI Augrom.F 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9:20am (HHP 2240) Lab 
0201 Augrom.F 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9:20am (HHP 2240) Ub 

KNES137N Physical Education Activities: Coed: Golf 

(Beginning); (1) REG/P-F 

Students must pay a $25 golf facility fee directly to pro shop- 
Meets in golf range classroom. Attendance requited beginning 
the first day of class 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh 9:0Oam-IO:2Oara (GLF 1102) Lab 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWTh 1030am-l 1:50am (GLF 1 102) Lab 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWTh 4:00pm-5:20pm (GLF 1 102) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

KNES147N Physical Education Activities: Coed: Scuba 
(Beginning); (2) REG/P-F/AUD 

Students must qualify on the first day of class in order to stay in 
the class. Students must attend ALL classes. Weekend trip 

OIOI Landers. R 

MTuWTh 9:00am- 1 1 :00am (CRC BOI 20) 
TBA(CRCBOI20)Lab 

KNES1S4T Physical Education Activities: Coed: Swimming for 
Fitness.; (1) REG/P F/AUD 
OIOI Tupper. C 

MTuWTh 1 :00pm-2:20pm (CRC B0120) Lab 

KNES155N Physical Education Activities: Coed: Tennis 
(Beginning); (1) REG/P F 

Attendance required beginning the first day of class. 
OIOI Ue. W 

MTuWTh 2:30pm-3:50pm (COL 1 lOO) Lab 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 2:30pm-3:50nm (COL 1 100) Ub 



KNESI550 Physical Education AcUviUes: Coed: Tennis 
(Intermediate); (II REG/P-F 
OIOI Lee. W 

MTuWTh 2:30pm-3 50pm (COL 1 100) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 2:30pm-3:50pm (COL 1 100) Ub 

KNESIS7N Physical Education Activities; Coed: Weight 
Training(Beginning); (1) REG/P-F 
Attendance required beginning the first day of class. 
OIOI STAFF 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9:20am (HHP 0103) Lab 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 8:00am 9:20am (HHP 0103) 

KNES1570 Physical Education Activities: Coed: Weight 
Training (Intermediate); (1) REG/P-F 
Attendance required beginning the first day of class. 
OIOI STAFF 

MTuWTh 8:00am-9:20am (HHP 0103) Ub 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh 8 OOam-9 20am (HHP 0103) Ub 

KNES161F Physical Education Activities: Coed: Yoga for 

Fitness; (1) REG/P-F/AUD 

Attendance required beginning the first day of class. 

0201 Rush. L 

MW 10:OOam-l2:OOpm (CRC 0105) 

0202 Rush. L. 

TuTh 12:0Opm-2 00pm (CRC 0105) Ub 

KNES161T Physical Education Activities: Coed: Yoga 

(Beginning).; (I) REG/P-F/AUD 

Attendance required beginning the first day of class 

0101 Mullen. S 

MW IO:OOam-12:IOpm(CRC2ll3)Ub 

0102 Mullen. S 

MW l2 30pm-2:40pm(CRC2ll3)Ub 

KNES260 Science of Physical Activity and Cardiovascular 
Health; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Life Science (LS) 
OIOI Hagberg. J 

TuWTh 9 30am-l l:50am (HHP 0306) 
0401 STAFF 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am-12:00pm (HHP 0306) 

KNES287 Sport and American Society; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0501 Newman. J 

Meets 06«l/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9:00aml2:00pm (HHP 1303) 

KNE$289 (PermReq) Topical Investigations; (1-3) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or institictor to 
obtain section number. 

KNES2S9M (PermReq) Topical Investigations: Introduction to 
Kinesiology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Students leam about exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports 
psychology, movement sciences and sports manageriKnt. Discover 
career options that are available to kinesiologists, including 
physical therapy, physical education, fitness training and spons 
management, and leam how researchers study athletes, patients 
who have movement difficulties, infants and young children who 
are learning to move, spoil organizations and much more. A 
Young Scholars Program course. Enrollment by permission only. 
Please contact SPCX? for furdter information at 
sununer@umail umd.edu. 
04YS Lindle, R. 

Meets 07/12/04-07 /30A)4 

MTuWThF 9:00am-l2:30pm (HHP 1303) 

KNES293 History of Sport in America; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Social or Political History (SH) 
0301 Silk.M 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 9:00ani-l2:00pm (HHP 1303) 
0401 Grainger. A 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF I OOpm-4 00pm (HHP 1303) 

KNES350 The Psychology of Sports; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 Hatfield, B 

TuTh 6 00pm-9:30pm (HHP 1303) 
0301 IsoAhola, S 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWTh 6 00pm-9:30pra (HHP 0307) 



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KNESMO Physiology of Exercise: (31 REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: IBSCI 201: anil BSCI 2021: or permission of 
department. 

0101 Brown. M 

TuWTh 12 00pm-2;00pm (HHP 0306) 
WTh lOOOain-llSSam (HHP 2131) Ub 

0102 Brown. M 

TuWTh 12:OOpm-2 :00pm (HHP 0306) 
WTh 2:00pm-4:00pm (HHP 2131) Ub 

KNES38S Motor Control and Learning: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Kagerer. F 

TuWTh 2 O0pm-4:30pra (HHP 0303) 

KlitSm (PermReq) Topical Investigations; (1-3) REG 
Individual Insmiclion course: contact depanmenl or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

KNES389G Topical Investigations: Pilness Assessment and 
Exercise Prescription.: (3) REG/PF/AUD 
Prerequisite: KNES 360 
0401 Lindle. R 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTh l:00pm-5 00pm (HHP 0303) 

KNES389K (PermKeq) Topical InvcstigaUons: Kimslological 
Sciences Internship: (3) REG/P-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: KNES major and relevant 
KNES major classes. 

KNES4S1 Children and Sport: A Psychosocial Perspective: (3) 

REG/PF 

Prerequisites: KNES 2S7 and KNES 350 

0101 Brown. E 

TuTh 5:00pm-8:30pm (HHP 0306) 

KNES455 SdenUnc Bases of Athletic Conditioning; (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: KNES 360. 
0201 Hatfield. B 

MW 6:00pm-9:30pm (HHP 1303) 

KNES498T Special Tbpics in Kinesiology: Sport and 

Globalizatton.; (3) REG/P-F 

Prerequisite KNES 287 Must attend first day or Fri . May 7. 2- 

4pm. HHP0301. most of lecture and work is online. 

0101 Andrews. D 

Time and room to be arranged 

KNESt89 (PermReq) Special Prohlems in Kinesiology; (1-3) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number 

KNES799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research: (!-«) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmenl or instructor to 
obtain section number 

KNES899 (PermReq) Doctoral DIsserUtian Research; (1-8) 

REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

LANG Language Clusters 
(Arts and Humanities) 



LANG108A Intensive Language Ouster: Intensive Arabic 
Cluster; (No credit) NGI 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

LANG108B Intensive Language Cluster: Intensive Hebrew 
Cluster; (No credit) NGI 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

LANG108C Intensive Language Cluster: Intensive Spanish 
Chistcr; (No credit) NGI. 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

LANG108D Intensive Language Cluster: Intensive lullan 
Cluster; (No credit) NGI 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 



LARC Landscape Architecture 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



LARC160 Introduction to Landscape Architecture: (3) REG/P 

F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) 

0101 Hill.M 

TuTh9.00ani-12:20pm(PLS 11801 

LARC4S1 (PermReq) SusUinable Communities; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

This course meets in Monteverde, Costa Rica. Contact D. Myers 

for informalion. Dates are subject to change. 

OlSF Myers. D. 

Meets 05/24/04-08/04/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

LARC471 (PermReq) Capstone Studio: Community Design: (5) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Capstone (CS) Prerequisites: LARC 440 and LARC 470. 

Senior standing. For LARC majors only. This course meets in 

Monteverde. Costa Rica- Contact D. Myers for infonnation. Dates 

are subject to change. 

DISF Myers. D 

Meets 05/24/04-08/04/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

LARC489 (PermReq) Special Topics in Landscape 

Architecture: Sustainable Futures in Costa Rica: (4) REG/F-F/ 

AUD 

This course meets in Monteverde. Cosia Rica. Contact D. Myers 

for infonnation. Dates are subject to change. 

OlSF Myers. D 

Meets 05/24/04-08/04/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

LAIN Latin 
(Arts and Humanities) 



LATN499 (PermReq) Independent Study in Latin Language and 
Literature; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Hallen.J 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Hallett.) 

Time and room to be arranged 

LATN699 (PermReq) Independent Studies in Latin Literature; 
(1-3) REG/AUD 
0101 Hallett. J 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Hallett. J 

Time and room to be arranged 

LBSC Library Science 
(Information Studies) 



LBSCtOl Information Use; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of department. 
0201 Hahn. T 

MW 2:OOpm-5 I5pm (HBK 0109) 

LBSC641 Selection and Evaluation of Resources for Learning; 

(3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department. 

0201 Neuman. M 

MW l:0Opm-4 15pm (HBK 4115) 

LBSC646 Literature and Materials for Young Adults; (3) REG/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission of department. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: LBSC 646 or LBSC 746. Formerly LBSC 

7*5. 

0101 Taylor. D 

MW 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK 0109) 

LBSC670 Infonnation Structure; (3) REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: permission of department. Meets also June 5 9:30 - 
12:15 and 1-3:45 

0101 Green. R 

TuTh 1 30pm-4:15pm(HBK0115) 

0102 Green. R 

TuTh 5:30pm-8: 15pm (HBK 01 15) 



LBSC682 Management of Electronic Records & Information; 

(3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department. 

0101 Miller. M 

TuTh 5 30pm-8:45pm (HBK 0105) 

LBSC701 Research Methods in Library and Infonnation 

Studies: (3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department. 

0201 Kaske. N 

MW 5;30pm-8:45pm (HBK 01 15) 

LBSC707 Field Study in Library Service: (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisites: all core courses and permission of department. 
0101 Simmons. S. 

W 3:30pm-5:OOpm (HBK 41 13) 

LBSC708R Special Topics in Information Studies: Visual and 
Sound Materials; (3) REG/AUD 
0101 Connors. T 

MW 5 30pm-8 45pm (HBK 0103) 

LBSC708S Special Topics in Information Studies: E-Reference; 

(3) REG/AUD 

Taught online via webCT. 

0101 Abels. E 

Time and room to be ananged 

0102 Abels. E. 

Time and room to be ananged 

LBSC708W Special Topics in Information Studies: Managing 
Cultural Institutions; (3) REG/AUD 
0201 Kurtz. M. 

MW 5:30pm-8:45pra (HBK 0109) 

LBSC709 Independent Study: (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

LBSC72S Library Services for Client Groups with Disabilities; 

(3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department. One full day for site visit, 

TBA 

0201 Neuman. M 

TuTh 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK 4115) 

LBSC73S Legal Issues In Managing Information; (3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission of department. 
0101 Strickland. L. 

MW 12:00pm-3:15pm (HBK 0105) 

LBSC741 Seminar in School Library Media Program 
Administration; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisites: permission of instructor. 
0101 Williams,!. 

TuTh 5:30pm-8:45pra (HBK 4113) 

LBSC745 Storytelling Materials and Techniques; (3) REG/ 
AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department. 
0201 Sheldon. A 

TuTh 9:30aral2:45pm (HBK 0105) 

LBSC764 Access to Legal Information; (3) REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of department: artd LBSC 650. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 5:30pm-8:45pra (HBK 0105) 

LBSC772 Seminar in the Organization of Knowledge: (3) REG/ 

AUD 

Prerefiuisite: permission of department and LBSC 670. 

0601 Green. R 

Meets 08/02/04-08/20/04 

MTuWThF 4 00pni-6:45pm (HBK 2119) 

LBSC794 Principles of Software Evaluation; (3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisites: permission of department and LBSC 690. 
0201 Soergel. D 

Sa 9:00am- 12: 15pm (HBK 0109) 

Sa l:00pm-4:15pm (HBK 0109) 



LBSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 
obtain section number 



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LING Linguistics 
(Arts and Humanities) 



LING200 Introductory Lineuistics; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Nol open to nudents 
who havi completed ANJH 371 or HESP 120^ 
0101 Caponigro. I 

MTuWThF9 30am-10:50ani(TLF 1103) 
0201 Grebenyova. L 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10;50am (KEY 0123) 

LING210 Stniclurc of American Si(n Lanpiage; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) DIVERSITY 

0101 Channon, R 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20t)m(PLS 1115) 

LING240 Lancuaee and Mind; (3) REG/FF/AUD 
CORE: Humanities (HO) 
0101 Grain. S 

MTuWThF 3:aOpra-4:20pm (MMH 1304) 
0201 Thoraton. R- 

MTuWThF 2:OOpm-3:20pm (MMH 1304) 

LING499 (PermReq) DirKled Studies in Lin(uistics: (3) REG/ 

PF/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number 

LINC«89 indepeodenl Study: (1-3) REG/AUD. 
0101 Lasnili. H 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Lasnili. H 

Time and room to be arranged 



LINC«98 IPermReq) Directed Study; (3) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department 
obtain section number. 



LING798 Research Papers In Linguistics; (l-«) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor I' 
obtain section number. 

LWG799 (PermReq) Master's Thesb Research; (l-«) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department c 
obtain section nimiber. 



LING889 IPermReqi Directed Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course; contact department 
obtain section number. 



LING89S IPermReqi Doctoral Research Paper; (6) REG 
0101 Usnilt. H 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Lasnik. H. 

Time and room to be arranged 

LING896 Research Paper in Minor Area; (3) REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: LING 895. 
0101 Lasnilt. H 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Lasnilt, H 

Time and room to be arranged 

LING899 IPermReqi Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 
REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor ti 
obtain section number 

MATH Mathematics 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



MATH003 Developmental Mathematics; (3) SF 

Kecommended: For nudenlt <vlio plan to take MATH 110. MATH 
III. MATH 111. MATH 115 or STAT 100: but tire nol currently 
qualified to do so. There will be a worltshop fee of $230.00 for 
MATH 003 There will he no additional per credit tuition charge 
0301 Sheam. E 

Meets 06A)1/O»06/ 1 8/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am-4:00pm (CEN 0200) 
Ftjr those snidents enpenencing math anxiety or who feel 
deficient in math study skills, refer to the special programs 
section. SUMM 003 



MATHIIO Elementary Mathematical Models; (3) REG/PF/ 
AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department based on satisftlctor^' 
score on the mathematics placement exam, or MATH 001 with a 
grade ofC or better or MATH 002. Not open to students majoring 
in mathematics, engineering, business, life sciences, and the 
physical sciences. Not open to students who have completed 
MATH 140. MATH 220. or any MATH or STAT course for which 
MATH 140 or MATH 220 is a prerequisite. Credit will be granted 
for only one of the following: MATH 110 or MATH 113. MATH 1 10 
is not open to students in the Engineering and Computer. 
Mathematical, and Physical Sciences Colleges. 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-IO:50am (MTH 0201) 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-I2:20pm(MTH 0201) 
0113 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (MTH 0307) 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0425) 
0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1:00am. 12:20pm (MTH B0425) 

MATHIU Introduction to Probability; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: 
permission of deparlmeni based on satisfactory score on the 
mathematics placement exam or MATH 110. or MATH 002 with a 
grade ofC or better Not open to students majoring in mathematics, 
engineering or the physical sciences. Not open to students who 
have completed STAT 100 or any MATH or STAT course with a 
prerequisite of MATH 141. Credit will be granted for only one of 
Ihe following: MATH 111 or STAT 100. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:OOam-9:20am (MTH B0423) 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50ara (MTH B0423) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9 30um- 10:50am (MTH 0303) 

MATH113 CoUete Algebra with AppUcadons; (3) REG/P-F/ 
AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of department based on satisfactory 
score on the mathematics placement exam, or MATH 002 or 
MATH no. Not open to students who have completed MATH 140. 
MATH 220. or any course for which MATH 140 or MATH 220 is a 
prerequisite. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 
MATH 113 or IMATH 110 and MATH 115). 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0425) 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (MTH B0423) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0423) 

0203 STAFT 

MTuWThF 1 1 :00am- 12:20pm (MTH B0423) 

MATH115 Precalculus; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of deparlmeni based on satisfactory 
score on the mathematics placement exam, or MATH 002 with a 
grade of 8 or better, or MATH 113. Not open to students who have 
completed MATH 140 or any MATH or STAT course for which 
MATH 140 is a prerequisite. Credit will be granted for only one of 
the following: MATH 113 or MATH 115. 
0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8 00am-9:20am (MTH B0427) 
0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm(MTH B0427) 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0429) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (MTH B0423) 

MATH140Calculus 1; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: 
permission of department based on 3 1/2 years of college 
preparatory mathematics lincluding trigonometry) and a 
satisfactory score on the mathematics placement exam, or MATH 
115 with a grade ofCor better Credit will be granted for only one 
of Ihe following: MATH 140 or MATH 220. 

0101 STAFF 
Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 8;00am-9:20am (MTH 0103) 
(8 Weeks) 

0102 STAFF 
Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 9;30am-10:50am (MTH 0103) 
(8 Weeks) 

0103 STAFF 
Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm(MTH0103) 
{8 Weeks) 



MATH141 Calculus II; (4) REG/P F/AUD 
CORE: Mathematics or Fomial Reasoning (MS) Prerequisil 
MATH 140 or equivalent. Credit will be granledfor only on 
following: MATH 141 or MATH 221. 

0101 STAFF 
Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9.20am (MTH 0106) 
1 8 Weeks) 

0102 STAFF 
Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:S0am (MTH 0106) 
18 Weeks) 

0103 ST/VFF 
Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (MTH 0106) 
1 8 Weeks) 



MATH210 Elements of Mathematics; (4) REO/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: one year of college preparatory' algebra. Required 

for majors in elementary education, and open only to students in 

thisfield 

0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 1308) 
1 8 Weeks) 



MATH211 Elements of Geometry; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: MATH 2W. 
OIOI STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 8:0Oam-9:20am (MTH 1313) 
18 Weeks) 



MATH220 Elementary Calculus I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: 
permission of department based on 3 1/2 years of college 
preparatory mathematics lincluding trigonometry) and 
satisfactory performance on the mathematics placement exam, or 
MATH 113. or MATH 115. Not open to students majoring in 
mathematics, engineering or the physical sciences. Credit will be 
granledfor only one of Ihe following: MATH 140 or MATH 220. 
Old STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 0303) 
0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (MTH 0303) 
0)03 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm(MTH 0303) 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0427) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (MTH B0427) 

0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 :00am- 12:20pm (MTH B0427) 

MATH221 ElemenUry Calculus II; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: 
MATH 220. or MATH 140. or equivalent. Not open to students 
majoring in mathematics, engineering or the physical sciences. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: MATH 141 or 
MATH 221. 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10;50am (MTH B0429) 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF Il:00ani-I2:20pm (MTH B0429) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 0303) 

MATH240 Introduction to Linear Algebra; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: MATH 141 or equivalent. Credit will be granledfor 

only one of ihe fallowing: MATH 240. MATH 341. MATH 400. or 

MATH 461. 

0103 STAFF 

Meets 06/0)/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF ll:0Oam-12:2Opm(MTH B0421) 
1 8 Weeks) 



MATH241 Calculus III; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: MATH 141 and any one of the following: MATH 

240 or ENES 102 or PHYS 161 or PHYS 1 71. Credit will he 

granledfor only one of the following: MATH 241 or MA TH 340 

0102 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10 50am (MTH 0101) 
1 8 Weeks) 



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MATH246 DifTerential Equations Tor Scientists and Engineers; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prrrequisile: MATH 141: and any one of :he following: MATH 
240 or ENES 102 or PHYS 161 or PHYS 171. Credit will be 
granted for only one of the following: MATH 246 or MATH 341. 
0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 00am-12 20pm(MTH 0105) 
0113 STAFF 

MTuWThF II 00am-l2:20pm(MTH 0101) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30aiii-10:50an(MTH B0421) 

0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 OOani-12 20pm (MTH B0429) 

MATH310 Introduction to Analysis; (3) REG 

Prerequisite: MATH 141. Corequisite: MATH 241. Math major! 
may not use this course to satisfy an upper-level requirement. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8 :00am-9:20ani (MTH 0101) 

M ATH401 Applications of Linear Algebra; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: MATH 240 or MATH 461. 
0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00ani-l2:20pm(MTH 0104) 

MATH'MX Intrvduction to Number Theory; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: MATH 141 or permission of department. 
0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF 11 0Oaml2:20pm(MTH 0303) 

MATH410 IPermReq) Advanced Calculus 1; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisites: MATH 240 and MATH 241. with grade ofC or 
better Not open to students who have completed MATH S50. 
Meets 8 weeks 4 days per week. 

0102 STAFF 
Meets 06/01/0*07/23/04 

MTuThF 9:30ara- 10:50am (MTH 0102) 

MATH411 Advanced Calculus II; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: MATH 410. Not open to students who have 
completed MATH 3S0 and MATH 351. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: MATH 411 or MATH 412. 
0102 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuThF 9:30ara-10:S0ara (MTH 0104) 
Meets 8 weeks; 4 days per week. 

MATH46I Linear Algebra for Scientists and Engineers; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: MATH 141 and one MATH/STAT course for which 

MATH 141 is a prerequisite. This course cannot be used toward 

the upper level math requirements for MATH/STAT majors. Credit 

will be granted for only one of the following: MATH 240 MATH 

341. MATH 400 or MATH 461. 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:S0am (MTH B0421) 
0201 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 0101) 

MATH4*2 Partial DifTerential Equations for Scientists and 

Engineers; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: MATH 241: and MATH 246. Credit will be granted 

for only one of the following: MATH 462 or MATH 415 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH B0429) 

MATH4«3 Complex Variables for Scientists and Engineers; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: MATH 241 or equivalent. 

0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (MTH 0101) 

MATH478A IPermReq) Selected Topics For Teachers of 
MaUiematics; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instniclor to 
obtain section number. 

MATH498A IPermReq) Selected Topics In Mathematics; (1.9) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course contact department or instructor to 

obtain section Dumber. 

MATH498G IPermReq) Selected Topics in Mathematics: 
Learning Math Through Games; (3) REG/P-F. 
MATH 498G is the academic pan of the Mathematics Summer 
Program m Research and Learning (Math SPIRAL). It is only 
available to students nominated by affiliated institutions, and 
approved by the SPIRAL staff If you have any further questions, 
please contact Dr Rudolph at djr@malh.umd edu OR 5-5162. 
0101 Gasarch. W 

MTuWThF 8 45am-IO:45am (MTH 131 1) 
MTuWThF I0 45ara-I2:0Opm(MTH 1311)Dis 



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MATH608A iPennReql Selected Topics in Algebn 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni or 

obtain section number. 



MUED 



MATH648A IPermReq) Selected Topics in Analysis; (1-3) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction coun 

obtain section number. 



t depanment or instructor t 



MATH668A IPermReq) Selected Topics in Complex Analysis; 
(1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MATH718A IPermReq) Selected Topics in Mathematical Logic; 
(1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MATH748A IPermReq) Selected Tbpics in Geometry and 
Topology; (1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

MATH799 IPermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MATH899 IPermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) 
REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MEES Marine-Estuarine-Environmental 
Sciences 



(Life Sciences) 



MEES608E Seminar in Marlne-Esttiarine-Environmental 
ScieiKes: Theories of Science/Values in Science I; (1) REG 

Course is taught at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and on 
the Interactive Video Network Students must regsitcr for both 
MEES608E and MEES608F 
0101 Tenore, K. 

Tu 9:00am- 1 1 :00am (COL 0105) 

MEES608F Seminar in Marine-Estuarine-Environmental 
Sciences: Theories of Science/Values in Science II; (1) REG 

Course is taught at the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory and on 
the Interactive Video Network, Co-requisite - students must 
register for both MEES608E and MEES608F 
0201 Tenore, K 

Tu 9:00am- 1 1:00am (COL 0105) 

MEES699 Special Problems in Marine-Estuarine- 
Environmenul Sciences; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MEES799 Masters Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

MEES899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni or instructor to 
obtain section number 

METO Meteorology 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



MET0499 Special Problems in Atmospheric Science; (1-3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor t 

obtain section number. 

MET0798 Directed Graduate Research; (1-3) S-R 

Individual InsQ-uction course: contact depajuneni or instructor t 
obtain section number 



MET0899 Doctoral DisserUtion Research; (1-8) S-F 
Individual InsDuction course: contact depanmeo 
obtain section number. 



MICB Microbiology 
(Life Sciences) 



MICB688 Special Topic 

Individual Instruction co 
obtain section number. 



; (1-4) REG/AUD. 

rse: contact depanment c 



MICB799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
oblain section number. 

MICB899 Doctoral Dissertation Research: (1-8) REG 

todividual Instruction course contact depanmeni or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MOCB Molecular and Cell Biology 
(Life Sciences) 



MOCB699 Laboratory Rotation: (2-3) S-F 

Individual lostructioD course: contact depanmeni or insb 

obtain section number. 

MOCB899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) S-F. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni 
obtain section number, 

MUED Music Education 



(Arts and Humanities) 

MUEDISS Fundamenuls for tiie Classroom Teacher; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

Open to students majoring in pre-early childhood education, pre- 

elementary education, elemental^' education or childhood 

education. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 

MUED 155 or MUSC 155. Formerly MUSC 1 55. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWTh lOOOam-l 1:40am (ASY 3219) 

MUED499A Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: Dllcroze Institutes 
Uvel U; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 Pantano. M 

Meets 06/2 1 /04-06/25/04 

MTuWThF 8:30am.3:30pm (PAC 2170) 

MUED499B Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: Dalcroze Institute 
Uvel IB; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 Pantano, M. 

Meets 06^8/04-07 /02A)4 

MTuWThF 8:30ara-3:30pm (PAC 2170) 

MUED499C Woritshops. Clinics, Institutes: Dalcroze Institute 
Uvel IIA; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 Pantano, M 

Meets 07/05/04-07/09A)4 

MTuWThF 8:30ara-3:30pm (PAC 2170) 

MUED499D Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: Dalcroze Institute 
Uvel IIB: (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0401 Pantano, M 

Meets 07/12/04-07/16/04 

MTuWThF 8:30am-3;30pm (PAC 2170) 

MUED499E Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: Dalcroze Institute 
Eurhythmies only, Uvel I; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 Pantano, M. 

Meets 06/21/04-07/02/04 

MTuWThF 8:30aro- 10:30am (PAC 2170) 

MUED499F Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: Dalcroze Institute 
Eurhythmies only, Uvel II; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0401 Pantano. M 

Meets 07/05/04-07/16/04 

MTuWThF 8:30am- 10:30am (PAC 2170) 

MUED499I Workshops. Clinics, Institutes: Institute for Arts 
Educators; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 STAFF 

Meets 07/12/04-07/17/04 

Time and room lo be arranged 

MUED499M Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: Middle School 
Music Practicum; (2) REG/P-F/AUD 
0401 STAFF 

Meets 07/26A>4-08/06A)4 

Time and room to be arranged 



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MUED4*9R IPtrmRtq) Woriubops, Clinics. InstituUs: 

Advinod Rehearsal TKboiqucs; (21 REG/PF/AUD 

Practical ExpencDce in implemenling coaducting. rthearsing. and 

leaching strategies for the band oichestra and choir. 

0201 Hewitt. M 

Meets 08/O2A)4-O8A)6«4 

MTuWThF 9 OOam-3 00pm (PAC 2130A) 

F 7 30pm-9 30pm (PAC 2130A) 

MVEMV4 Leamiiif Tbeory in Musk: (3) REG/AUD 
For MUED majors only. 
QSOl Hewitt. M 

Meets 06/21/04-07 «8/04 

MTuWTh 9:0Oain-12.45pm (PAC 1815) 

MVEMMI Current IWnds in Music Eilundon: Institute for 
Arts Educators; (2) REG/AUD 
0501 STAFF 

Meets 07/12/04-07/17/04 

Time and nwm to be arranged 

MX}EM9g?.l Currrnt Treixb in Music Education: Middle 
School Music Pncticum: (2) REG/AUD 
0401 STAFF 

Metis 07/25A)4-08A)6«4 

Tttne and room to be arranged 

MUEMMR tPermReq) Current Trends in Maslc Educatjon: 

AdTaiKcd Rehearsal IMiniques; (2) REG/AUD 

Practical Eipeheoce in implementing coiKiuctmg. rehearsing, and 

teaching strategies for the band, orchestra and choir 

0201 Hewitt. M 

Meets 08A>2y<H.O8/D6«4 

MTuWThF 9:00am-3 00pm (PAC 2130A) 

F7:30pm-9;30pm(PAC2130A) 

MUET Ethnomusicology 



(Arts and Humanities) 



MVtJVX) Worid Popular Musics and Identity; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD 

CORE History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY 

0201 Williams. J 

.VITuWTh I! 00am-I2 40pn) (PAC 21(50) 

MUET21D The Impact of Music on Life; (3) REG 

CORE History or Theory of Ans (HA) DIVERSITY Cridil will 

be graiued/or only one of ihe following: MUSC 210 or MUET 210. 

Formerly MUSC 210. 

010 i Vicente, V 

MTuWTh 10:00am-ll 40ani (PAC 3160) 
0201 McCollum.] 

Meets 07/ 12A)4-08«4/D4 

MTuWTh 10:00am- 1 l;40am (PAC 3160) 

MUET220 Selected Musical Cultures of the Worid; (31 REG 
CORE Histoty or Theory of /Vns (HA) DIVERSITY 
0101 Miller, H 

MTuWTh 11 OOam-12 :40pm (PAC 2160) 

MUSC School of Music 
(Arts and Humanities) 



MUSC 106 BefiBning Classical Guitar Cla»; (2) REG/P-F/AUD. 
OlOi Cavallaro, G 

MTuWTh 12:3Opm-2:0Opm (PAC 2540) 

MDSC130 SurYty of Music Uttrature; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE. Histoty or Theory of Atts (HA) Open 10 all students 
except music and music education majors. 
Old DiClemente, A 

MTuWTh 9 O0am-1040am (PAC 2160) 

MVSC140 Music FuodamenUls I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE. History or Theory of Aru (HA) Limited to non-music 

0101 Uvy. B 

MTuWTh ll:0Oam-12;4Opm (PAC 2164) 

0102 Boyd. M 

MTuWTh 1 OOptn-2 40pm (PAC 2160) 

0201 Wanna. S 

MTuWTh 11 0Oara-l2 4Opra(PAC2164) 

0202 Ully. S 

MTuWTh I OOpra-2 40pm (PAC 2164) 



MUSC20S History of Rock Music, 1950 - Present; (3) REG/P 

F/AUD 

CORE- History or Theory of Arts (HA) 

0301 Twombly, K 

Meets 06A) 1/04-06/ 1 8/04 

MTuWThF 10 OOam-12:30pm (PAC 220O) 

MVSC244A IPermReq) Selected Topics in Music: Tile Jazi 
Experience; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

This course in jazz pcrfonnaiicc focuses on daily tehearsats in a 
traditional big band senmg. along with inlegral classes in jazz 
theory, imptvvisation, composition, arrangement and jazz history. 
Designed for students who are looking for a jazz-immersed, 
Iheotetical and multidisciphnary experience Pan of The Ans' at 
Maryland. Enrollmer.i by permission only Please contact SPOC 
for further information at sunimer@umail umdedu. 
05AR Vadala, C 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am-4;30pm (Arranged) 



Ml'SC38« (PermReql Music Internship; (3) REG 

Itidividual Instniction course: contact departmcDt or 
obtain section nmnber. 



MUSC3S9 (PermReq) Music Internship Analysis; (1) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

MUSC44S (PermReq) Selected Topics in Music; (1-3) REGfl>-F/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number 

MUSC448J Selected Topics in Music: Jan Improvisation; (1) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

OlOI Vadala, C 

Meets 06/16A)4-O6/18A)4 

MTuWThF 9:00am-12:00pm (PAC 1208) 

MUSC463 Applications in Music Technology; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: MUSC 150 or permission of department. 

0401 Gibson. R 

Meeu 07/14A)4-O8/01/O4 

MTuWThF l:00pm-4:00pm (PAC 1 108) 
0501 Evans. W 

Meeu 06i73/04-0?/l 1/04 

MTuWThF I 0Opm-4:0Opm(PAC 1108) 

MIISC499 (PermKeql Independent Stiidies; (2-3) REG/F-F/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact departmeni 

obtain secbon number 



MUSC699 Selected Ibpics i 

Individual Instruction course 
obtain section number 



Music; (1-3) REG/AUD 
contact depanment or instructor t 



MUSC7M Master's Thesis Research; (l-«) REG 
individual Instruction course: contact department or 
obtain section number 



MUSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-g) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact dcpartmen 
obtain section number 

NFSC Nutrition and Food Science 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 

The following courses may involve die use of animals Students 
who are concerned about the use of animals in teaching have the 
tesponsibility to contact the instructor, pnor to course enrollment, 
to detemune whether ammals arc to be used in the coutse, 
whether class exercises mvolvtng animals arc optional or 
required and what alternatives, if any, are available. 

NFSCIOO Elements of Nutrition; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Life Science (LS) 

0101 Mobley, A 

MWF 9 30am- 10 50am (PLS 1115) 
TuTh 9 30am- 10:50am (PLS lllS)Dis 

0201 Brenowiu, N 

MWF 9 30am- 10 50am (PLS 1172) 
TuTh 9 30am- 10 50am (PLS 1172)Dis 

NFSC399 IPermReq) Special Problems in Food Science; (1-3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number 



NFSC490 (PermReq) Special Problems in Nuuntion: (2-3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. Prerequisites: NFSC 440 and permission of 



NFSC«7g Selected Topic 
0201 STAFF 

Time and r 



NFSC699 IPermReq) Problems 
(1-1) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: co 
obtain section number 



Nutrition: (1-6) REG/AUD 
to be arranged 

Nutrition and Food Science; 



r instructor t 



NFSC799 IPermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-4) REG/S- 
E 

:ontact departmeni 



NFSC899 IPermReq) Doctoral Dissertation 

REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact dcpanm 

obtain section number 



NRMT Natural Resources Management 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 

NRMT389 (PermReq) Internship; (3) S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number 

NRMT489 IPermReq) ReW Experience; (1-41 REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

NRSC Natural Resource Sciences 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



NRSC389 IPermReq) Internship; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

NRSC424 Field Study in Soil Morphology; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: NRSC20Q. Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following: NRSC 424. or NRSC 6088. Formerly NRSC 608B. 
Special Fee of $200 will be charged to cover field preparation 
and the cost of Iransponation. This is in addition to the regular 

0301 Rabenhorst. M 

Meets 0«A)1/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 7 OOam-7 00pm (Amuiged) 

NltSC6(l8A Research MeUiods: Field Snidies in Pedology: (1-4) 

REG/AUD 

0201 Rabenhorst, M 

Time and room to be ananged 

NRSC79* Master's Thesis Research: (!•«) REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain secdon number. 

NRSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



PBIO Plant Biology 

(Life Sciences) 



PBI0699 IPermReq) Special Problems in Plant Biology: (1-3) 

REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact departmeni or tnsnuctor to 

obtain section number. 

PB10799 IPermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-4) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact departmeni or instructor to 
obtain section number 

PBI0899 IPermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG/S-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 

obtain section number. 



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PORT 



PHIL Philosophy 
(Arts and Humanities) 



PHIL498W Topical Inve 

0101 STAFF 

Time and r 



PHILIOO Introduction to Philosophy: (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Humanities (HO) 
0301 Ribeiro. A 

Meets 06/01/0406/18/04 

MTuWThF l:0Opm-3:4Opm(SKN 1112) 
0501 James, S 

Meets 06« 1/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF IO;OOara-12:40pm(TYD 1118) 

PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
CORE: Humamiies (HO) 
0401 Runnels. J 

Meets 07/12/04-07 /30A)4 

MTuWThF 10 00aml2:40pm(SKN 1115) 

PHIL170 Introduction to Logic; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) 
0301 Stairs. A 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 10:0Oam-12:4Opm(SKN 1115) 
0401 Deise. E 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF IO:OOam-12:40pm(SKN 1112) 

PHIL236 Philosophy of Religion; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Humanities (HO) 
0501 Kania. A. 

Meets 06/2 1/04-07 A)9/04 

MTuWThF 10:00am- 1 2:40pm (SKN 1115) 

PHIL308C Studies in ConMmporary Philosophy: Philosophy in 
Film; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

A ttight at the movies is supposed to be a reprieve from 
intellectual inquiry. But if there is little difficulty keeping our 
inquiries out of the moviehouse. the same cannot be said for 
Iteeping movies out of the classroom Some movies are far too 
useful to ignore when it comes to illuminating philosophical 
diletnmas or bringing certain philosophical questions into relief. 
The primary purpose of this class is to introduce students to a 
handful of topics central to different areas of philosophy. We will 
consider such questions as: what counts as knowledge? when (if 
ever) is a scientific hypothesis confirmed? Why be moral? Could 
machines ever be conscious^ Films will provide the entry point 
into such questions, followed by the work of philosophers and 
their attempts to senle them. Students are not expected to have 
had previous exposure to technical philosophy 
0501 Cifone. M 

Meets 06«l/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF l:0Opm-3:4Opm(PLS 1130) 

PHIL308D Studies in Conlemporai^ Philosophy: Ethical 
Dtcision Making; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

As we go through our professional and our personal lives, we 
often are called upon to make decisions. Unfortunately, some of 
the most imponant of these are just the ones for which we get the 
least guidance from conventional experience. How imponant is 
privacy, and how far should we tic willing to go in pixitecting it? 
How much information is required for informed consent in 
tnedical decisions? For that matter, how much competence is 
required for consent in the first place? What obligations, if any, do 
corporations have to the communities in which they are located? 
How good does a life need to be to be wonh living? In this course 
we will approach questions of this natuir from two directions. We 
will both survey a range of pariicular case studies with an eye 
toward forming practical judgments aboul how they ought to go, 
and we will survey moral philosophy, with an eye toward 
extracting what guidance ethical theory may give us in particular 

OIZI Ealick, G 

MW 6:15pm-9:45pm (SGII 2062) 
Section OIZI is taught at the Shady Grove Campus located at 
9630 GudelskDrive, Rockville. MD 



PHIL308F Studies in Contemporary Philosophy; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD. 

0401 Keleher, L 

Meets 07/12/04-07/20/04 

MTuWThF IO:OOam-12:40pm(SKN 1116) 

PHIL347 Philosophy of Law; (3) REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite: one course in philosophy. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: PHIL 147 or PHIL 447. Formerly PHIL 

447. 

0301 Kassner, J 

Meets 06A)I/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF lft0Oani-l2:4Opm(SKN 1112) 



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5; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 

e arranged 

; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 



PHIL498X Ibplcal Investigatii 

0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL688W Selected Problems in Philosophy; (1-3) REG/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL688X Selected Problems in Philosophy: (1-3)«EG/AUD 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

1 Philosophy; (1-6) REG/AUD 

Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL788X Research in Philosophy; (1-6) REG/AUD. 
0201 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL799 MasUr-s Thesis Research: (l-«) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number Contact department to make arrangements. 

PHIL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number Contact department to make arrangements. 

PHYS Physics 
(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 



Sciences) 



PHYS104 How Things Work: Science Foundatioiis: (3) REG/P- 
F/AUD, 

CORE: Physical Science (PS) Prerequisile: High School Math. 
0101 Ramos. R 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 1410) 

PHYS121 Fundamentals of Physics I; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: previous course 
work in trigonometry' or MATH 115. 

0101 Reslorff K. 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 1412) 
TuTh 12:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 3306) Lab 
MW 11 0Oamll:5Oam(PHY4208)Dis 

0102 Restorff, K 

MTuWThF 9:30am-IO:50am (PHY 1412) 
TuTh 2:00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3306) Ub 
TuTh I 00pm- 1:50pm (PHY 0405) Dis 

0103 Restorff K 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:S0am (PHY 1412) 
TuTh 4:00pm-5:50pm (PHY 3306) Lab 
TuTh 3:00pm-3:50pm (PHY 4208) Dis 
0181 Liberati.S 

MTuWThF 5:30pra-6:50pm (PHY 0405) 
TuTh 7:00pm-9:00pm (PHY 3306) Ub 
MW 7:00pm-8 OOpra (PHY 0405) Dis 

PHYS122 Fundamentals ot Physics II; (4) REG/PF/AUD. 
CORE: Physical Science Ub (PL) Prerequisite: PHYS 121 or 
equivalent. 



Rapport, M. 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 0405) 

TuTh 12:00pm-2:00pra (PHY 3316) Ub 

MW 1 1 00am- 1 1 :50ara (PHY 0405) Dis 

Rappon. M, 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (PHY 0405) 

TuTh 2:00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3316) Lab 

TuTh 1:00pm- 1 :50pm (PHY 1402) Dis 

Rappon. M. 

MTuWThF 9:30ara-lO50am (PHY 1410) 

TuTh 12:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 3316) Ub 

MW 1 1 :00am- 1 1 :50am (PHY 0405) Dis 

Rappon. M. 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 1410) 

TuTh 2 00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3316) Lab 

TuTh 1:00pm- 1 :50pm (PHY 4208) Dis 

MTuWThF 5:30pm-6:50pm (PHY 0405) 
TuTh 7:00pm-9:00pm (PHY 3316) Ub 
MW 7:OOpm-8:OOpm (PHY 0405) Dis 



PH VSI42 Principles of Physics; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisile: PHYS 141 or 

equivalent. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 

PHYS 142. PHYS 260 and PHYS 261 Iformerly: PHYS 262) or 

PHYS 272 

0181 STAFF 

MTuWThF S:30pin-5:30pra (PHY 4208) 
Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MW 7:00pm-7:50pm (PHY 4208) Dis 

PHVSI61 General Physics: Mechanics and Particle Dynamics: 

(3)REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE Physical Science (PS) Pre- or carequisite: MATH 141. 

Credit will not be granted for PHYS 171 and PHYS 161 or PHYS 

141 or former PHYS 191. 

0101 Gortcheva, E 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 1402) 
MW lT0Oam-12 00pm(PHY 1402) Dis 

0181 STAFF 

MTuWThF 5:30pm-6:30piiUPHY 1402) 
TuTh 7:00pm-7:50pm (PHY 1402) Dis 

PHYS299 IPermReq) Special Problems in Physics; (1-6) REG/P- 
F/AUD, 

Individual Instr^icticn course: contact depanment or instnjctor to 
obtain section number. 

PHYS30S Physics Shop Techniques: (I) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: PHYS 405 or permission of department. 
0101 Wood, R 

TuTh 9:00am-12:00pm (PHY 01251 Ub 

PHYS399 IPermReq) Special Problems in Physics: (1-3) REG/P- 
F/AUD, 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

PHYS405 IPermReq) Advanced Experiments; (3) REG/PF/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: PHYS 375. For PHYS majors only. Formerly PHYS 

395 

0101 Johnson. R 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10:50am (PHY 4208) 

PHYS499 (PermReq) Special Problems in Physics; (1-16) REG/ 

PF/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

PHYS499A IPermReq) Special Problems in Physics; (1-16) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

PHyS798 IPermReq) Special Problems in Advanced Physics; 
(1-3) REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. Contact depanment to make arrangements. 

PHYS799 IPermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

PHYS899 IPermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG. 

Individual Instr^iction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

PLSC Plant Sciences 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



PLSC399 Special Problems in Plant Science; (1-3) REG/F-F/ 

AUD. 

Individual Insmiction course: contact depanment o 

obtain section number, 

PORT Portuguese 
(Arts and Humanities) 



PORT228A Latin American Literatures and Societies: An 
Interdisciplinary Approach to the Amazon Ecosystem: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE Literanire (HL) DIVERSTTY 

OIOI Igel, R 

TuTh 10:00am- 1:20pm (KEY 0103) 



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PSYC Psychology 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



PSYCIOO iDtroduclion lo Psychology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE. Behavioral and Social Science (SB) 
0101 Smith. B 

MTuWThF llOOaroi: 20pm(BPS 1236) 
0201 Capo. T. 

MTuWThF9:30am-10:50am(BPS 1243) 

PSYC200 IPrrmReg) Statistical Methods in Psychology; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prtrequisitc: PSYC 100; and MATH III or MATH 140 or MATH 

220. 

0101 Smilh. B 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10 50am (BPS 1236) 

0102 Kim. ). 

MW 5:00pm-8 :20pm (BPS 1236) 
0201 Capo. T 

MTuWThF 11:00am- 12 20pm (BPS 1243) 

PSYC2M DcYclopmenUI Biopsycbology: (3) REG/P F/AUD 
Prtrtquisilt: PSYC 100. 
0301 Brauth. S 

Meets 06fllA)4-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-l2:10pm(BPS 1243) 

PSYCI21 Sodal Psychology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prertquisilt: PSYC 100. 
OlOt Van Allen. K. 

TuTh 1 «)pm-4;20pra (BPS 2283) 

PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
PrircquilUts: BSCI 105 and PSYC ICO. 
0101 Hall.F 

TuTh5:30pm-8:50pm(BPS 1250) 

PSYC310 Perceptioa; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

PrerequisUe: PSYC 100 or permission of dtpariment. Not open lo 

students who have completed PSYC 410. 

0101 Herst, A 

MTuWThF 12:30pm-l 50pm (BPS 1232) 

PSYC33« Psychology of Waratn; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSmr Prerequisite: PSYC 100 Also offered as WMST336. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: PSYC 336 or 
WMSr 336. 
0101 Friedman. S. 

MW 9:30am-l2:50pm (BPS 2283) 

PSYC341 IntrodiKtlaii lo Memory and Cognition; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: PSYC 100. 

0101 Pleskac, T 

TuTh l:0Cpm-4:20pm(BPS 1236) 

PSYC355 Child Psychology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: PSYC 100. Not open to students who have completed 

PSYC 333. 

0201 Boyer. T 

MTuWThF 9:30am- 10 SOam (BPS 1236) 

PSYC402 Neural SysUms and Behavior: (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: PSYC 206 or PSYC 301. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: PSYC 402. 
0501 Brauth. S 

Meets 06/2 1 /04-07A)9/04 

MTuWThF 9:30aml2:10pm(BPS 1243) 

PSYC420 EiptrimenUI Psychology: Social Processes I: (4) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: PSYC 200; and PSYC 221: and completion of the 

departmenlally required English, moth, and science supporting 

course sequence. Restricted to PSYC majors who have completed 

85 credits. 

0101 Sleeth-Keppler. D 

MW 1 0Opm-4:20pm(BPS2283) 
Tu l:00pm-4:20pm (BPS 0147) Ub 

0201 Rider. R 

MW 5 00pm-8:20pm (BPS 2283) 
To 5:00pro-8:20pm (BPS 0147) Ub 

FSYC433 Basic Helping Skills: Research and Practice; (4) 
REG 

Prerequisite: PSYC 200; (and PSYC 235 or PSYC 334 or PSYC 353 
or PSYC 432 or PSYC 434 or PSYC 435 or PSYC 4361 Restricted to 
PSYC majors who have completed 85 credits. 
0101 Friedman. S 

TuTh 10:00am-12:15pm (BPS 2283) 



PSYC436 Introduction to Clinical Psychology; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSYC 200 or equivalent. 

0101 Harris. A 

TuTh 9:00am-12 20pm (BPS 1238) 

PSYC442 Psychology of Language; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: PSYC 100; and PSYC 341 or PSYC 440. or 
permission of department 
0101 Capo. T 

TuTh 5:00pm-8:20pm (BPS 1243) 

PSYC478 IPermReq) Independent Study in Psychology; (1-3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction, course: contact depanment or instructor Ic 

obtain section number. 

P$YC479 IPermReq) Special Research Prohlems in 
Psychology; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor tc 
obtain section number. 

PSYC629 IPermReq) Clinical Laboratory; (1-3) S-E 

0101 Will:en, J 

Time and room to be arranged 

0102 Byrne. M 

Time and room to be arranged 

PSYC«38 IPermReq) Extemship in Professional Psychology; 

(1-3) S-F 

0101 Blanchard. 1 



PSYC7g9 Special Research Problems; (1-4) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

PSYC799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact departn^nl or instructor to 
obtain section number 

PSYC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



PUAF Public Affairs 
(Public Affairs) 



PUAF650 Normative Analysis; (3) REG/AUD 
For PUAF majors only or permission of department. 
RBOl Sprinlcle. R. 

TuTh 6:(X)pm-9:00pm (Arranged) 

PUAF69gA Selected Ibpics in Public AfTairs: Smart Growth; 

(3) REG/AUD 
RBOl Soule.J 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (Arranged) 

PUAF798B Readings in Public Policy; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number For PUAF majors only. 

PUAF899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 



RUSS Russian 
(Arts and Humanities) 



RVSS386 (PermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REG/P-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of departn 
Junior standing. 



RUSS499 Independent Study in Russian; (1-3) REG 

Individual Instruciion course, contact department c 
obtain section number 

RUSS798 Independent Study: (1-3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmeni ( 
obtain section number. 



SOCY Sociology 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 

SOCYIOO Introduction to Sociology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE. Behavioral and Social Science (SB) 
0201 Pease. J 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (ASY 2309) 
0301 Hunt, L 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am- 11:40am (ASY 3211) 

SOCY105 Introduction to Contemporary Social Problems; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Behavioral and' Social Science (SB) 

0101 Nguyen. K. 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (ASY 321 1) 
0401 Lair. C 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTTi l:00pm-4:20pm (ASY 2309) 

SOCY201 Introductory Sutistics for Sociology; (4) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

Prerequisite: SOCY 100 and MATH III or equivalent. Not open to 

students who have completed BMCT 231, ENEE 324, orSTAT400. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: AREC 484, 

BIOM 301. BMGT230. CNEC 400. ECON 321. EDMS 451. 

GEOG 305. GVPT422, PSYC 200, SOCY 201. URSP 350, or TEXT 

400. 

0201 Kelty, R 

MTuWTh 4 30pm-6;10pm (ASY 2309) 
MW 7:00pm-8:30pm (ASY 2309) Ub 

SOCY203 Sociological Theory; (3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

Prerequisite: SOCY 100 

0101 Korzeniewicz. R. 

TuTh 9:00am- 1 2:20pm (ASY 3207) 

SOCY230 Sociological Sodal Psychology; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0501 Kurashina, Y 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTh l:0Opm-4:20pm(ASY 3211) 

SOCY305 Scarcity and Modern Society; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 3 credits of sociology. 
0401 Finsterbusch. K 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWThF 9:30am-12:10pra (ASY 3203) 

SOCY32S The Sociology of Gender; (3) REG/P-F/AUD, 
DIVERSITY Prerequisite: 3 credits of soiiolofy. Also offered as 
WMST 325. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 
SOCY 325 or WMST 325. 
0301 Mann. E 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:40pm (ASY 3207) 
0601 Raley. S. 

Meets 08/02/04-08/20/04 

MTuWTh 9:00am-12:20pm (ARC 1105) 

SOCY380 Honors Independent Reading in Sociology; (3) REG/ 
P-F 

Itidividual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Formerly SOCY 378 

SOCY381 Honors Independent Research In Sociology; (3) REG/ 



Individual Instruction course: cor 
obtain section number Prerequisi 



ct department or instructor to 
: SOCY 380. Formerly SOCY 



vsrvnv.summer.umd.edu 



SOCY383 Honors Thesis Research; (3) REG/P-E 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or 

obtain section number Prerequisite: SOCY 381. Formerly SOCY 

389. 



SOCY386 IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3-6) REO/P-E 
Individual Instruction course, contact depanment or instructor ti 
obtain section number Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

SOCY399 (PermReq) Independent Study in Sociology; (1-6) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Individual Instruction course contact depanment or instructor t( 

obtain section number. 

SOCY424 Sociology of Race RelaUons; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: 6 credits in sociology or permission of department. 
0101 Williams. D 

MW 1 00pm-4:20pm (ASY 3221) 



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SOCY443 The Family and Society; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: 6 credits of sociology or permission of depanment . 
0501 Zamani-Moghadam. L 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWTTi 6.00pni-9:20pni (ASY 1213) 

SOCY498B Selected Ibpics in Sociology: Sociology of Poverty; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

An examination of poverty in America including the experiences. 

perspectives, and values jf poor people as well as the definitions, 

causes, and consequences of and solutions to poverty- 

0301 Pease. J 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am- U :40am ( AS Y 2115) 

SOCY498C Selected Topics in Sociology: Sociology of 
Sexuality; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Examines the theoretical and macro-level institutions thai shape 
our perceptions of sex/gender and sexuality as we enter the 21s( 
century. Explores the social construction of sexuality in America 
as it intersects with gender, race/ethnicity, class, violence, media, 
family, economy, and globalization. Prerequisite: six credits in 
sociology or per mission of the department. 
0401 Timleck, A. 

Meets 07/12/04-07/30/04 

MTuWTh 6:00pm-9 :20pm (ASY 1213) 

SOCY498D Selected Topics in Sociology: Sociology of Popular 

Culture; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

This course assesses the social significance of contemporary 

forms of culture. We will examine class tastes, the mass media, 

the production of culture, and subcullural identity, through the lens 

of theoretical perspectives like cultural studies, critical theory and 

symbolic interact ion ism. Topics include: the social impact of 

television, love and shopping, sightseeing in Thailand, automobile 

design, nationalism and myth, women's clothing, and media 

scandals. 

0201 SUllman.T 

MTuW 6:00pm-8:l5pm (ASY 3203) 

SOCY699 Special Social Problems; (M6) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instniction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

SOCY799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

SOCY899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

SPAN Spanish 
(Arts and Humanities) 

SPANlOl Eltmcntary Spanish 1; (4) REG/F-F/AUO 
Prerequisite: No previous Spanish: high school level 1 Spanish 
with grade of A or B: high school level 2 Spanish with a grade ofC 
or below. Not open to native/fluent speakers of Spanish. 
0101 RaD. A. 

MTuWTh9:30am-ll;4Sam(JMZ 1215) 
0201 Fierros. G. 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 1215) 

SPANIOIL ElemcnUry Spanish I; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: No previous Spanish: high school level 1 Spanish 
with grade of A or B; high school level 2 Spanish with a grade ofC 
or below. Not open to native/fluent speakers of Spanish. SPAN 
lOlL is pan of the Intensive Language Institute, an eight-weelt 
ses.sion wherein students receive 12 credits upon successful 
completion. To panicipale. students tnust register for LANG 
108C The program focuses on the functions and stnictutes of the 
Spanish language, with emphasis on the four skills of listening, 
speaking, reading and writing. For further information, please 
visit www.summer.umd edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact Summer 
Sessions at summer(§'umail. umd.edu. 
0101 STAFF 

Meets O&Q 1/04-08/ 13/04 

MTuThF 9;00am-3;30pm (Arranged) 

Tu 9:00am-2:30pm (Airanged) 

SPAN102 Elemenlar; Spanish II; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
Prerequisite: SPAN 101 at VMCP or equivalent. Not open to 
native/fluent speakers of Spanish. 

0101 Herrera, J 
MTuWTh9;30am-ll 45am(PLS 1146) 

0102 De Matlia. C. 

MTuWTh 9:30am- 1 1 :45am (PLS 1 172) 
0201 Sa, J. 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 1224) 



SPANI02L Elemenlary Spanish II; (4) REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisite: SPAN 101 at UMCP or equivalent. Not open to 
mitive/fluent speukeis of Spanish. SPAN I02L is pan of the 
Intensive Language Institute, an eight-week session wherein 
students receive 12 credits upon successful completion. To 
participate, students must register for LANG I08C The program 
focuses on the functions and structures of the Spanish language, 
with emphasis on the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and 
writing. For further information, please visit 
www summerunid.edu/inlensivelanguage/ or contact Summer 
Sessions at summer@umait.umd.edu. 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

SPAN12S Spanish Civilization: From Kingdoms to Nationalities; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) 

0101 Benito- Vessels, C. 

M W 9:00am- 12:1 5pm (JMZ 2207) 

SPAN201 Intermediate Spanish; (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE Humanities (HO) Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or SPAN 103 at 
VMCP or high school le\'el 3 Spanish with a grade of A or B or 
high school level 4 Spanish with aC or below. Not open to native/ 
fluent speakers of Spanish. Formerly SPAN 203. 

0101 Karaman. J 

MTuWTh 9:30am-l 1:45am (JMZ 0208) 

0102 Bracamonte, J. 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 0105) 

0201 Gonzalez, C 

MTuWTh 9:30am-ll:45am (JMZ 1215) 

0202 Rivera, E. 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 3203) 

0203 Enngue, A 

TuWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 0105) 

SPAN201L Inlerraedlate Spanish; (4) REG/P-F/AUD 
CORE: Humanities (HO) Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or SPAN 103 at 
UMCP or high school level 3 Spanish with a grade of A or B or 
high school level 4 Spanish with aC or below. Not open to native/ 
fluent speakers of Spanish. Formerly SPAN 203. SPAN 201L is 
pan of the Intensive Language Institute, an eight-week session 
wherein students receive 12 credits upon successful completion. 
To participate, students must register for LANG 108C The 
program focuses on the functions and structures of the Spanish 
language, with emphasis on the four skills of listening, speaking, 
reading and writing. For further information, please visit 
www.summerumd.edu/intensivelanguage/ or contact Summer 
Sessions at summer@umait.umd.edu. 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-08/13/04 

Time and room to be arranged 



SPAN202 Intermediate Grammar and Composition; (3) REG/ 

P-F/AUD 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Prerequisite: SPAN 201 or high school 

level 4 or 5 with a grade of A or B or permission of department. 

Corequisite: SPAN 207 and/or SPAN 211. Not open to native/fluent 

speakers of Spanish. Formerly SPAN 204. 

0101 Di Sinivolo, L. 

TuTh 9:00ara-I2:15pm (JMZ 2207) 

SPAN228A Latin American Litcntur« and StKlcties: An 
interdisciplinary Approach to the Amazon Ecosystem; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY 

0101 Igel, R 

TuTh IO:OOam-I:20pm(KEY 0103) 



STAT 



and Composition I; (3) REG/P-F/ 



SPAN30I Advanced Gn 

AUD 

Prerequisite: SPAN 202. Recommended: SPAN 207. 

0101 Sicouly,P 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (JMZ 2207) 

SPAN311 Advanced Conversation I; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
Prerequisite: SPAN 202 or SPAN 211 or permission of department. 
Not open to native/fluent speakers of Spanish. 
0101 Roman, C. 

MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (JMZ 2207) 

SPAN386 IPermReq) Experiential Learning; (3.t) REG/P-F 
Individual Insoniction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

SPAN399 Independent Study in Spanish; (1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 



SPAN407 Jews, Moslems, and Christians in Medieval Spain: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: SPAN 321. SPAN 322. SPAN 323. or SPAN 324. 45 

semester hours. For SPAN majors onlv. 

0101 Benito- Vessels, C 

TuTh 6.00pm-9: 1 5pm (JMZ 2206) 

SPAN408F Great Themes of the Hispanic Literatures: Film 

and Literature in Contemporary Latin America; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0201 Aguilar-Mora. J 

MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (JMZ 2206) 

SPAN448 Special Topics In Latin American Civilization: 
Culture and Music in the Hispanic Caribbean: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0101 Quintero-Herencia. J 

MW 6 OOpm-9: 15pm (JMZ 2206) 

SPAN448B Special Topics in Latin American Civilizatian: Inter 
and intra-state conflict and its resolution in Latin America: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

0201 Kaufman, E. 

TuTh 2:OOpm-5:20pm (TYD 2108) 

SPAN699 Independent Study in Spanish; (1-3) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



SPAN799 Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment oi 
obtain section number. 



SPAN899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor t 
obtain section number. 

STAT Statistics and Probability 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 



STATIOO ElemenUry Statistics and Probability: (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: 
permission of Math Department based on satisfactory' score on 
Math placement exam or MATH 110 or MATH 115. Not open lo 
students who have completed MATH 111 or any MATH or STAT 
course with a prerequisite of MATH 141. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: MATH 111 or STAT 100. 

0101 STAFF 

MTuWThF 8:OOam-9:20am (MTU 0105) 

0202 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30ara-IO:50am (MTH B0425) 

STAT400 Applied Probability and Statistics 1; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: MATH 141. Not acceptable toward graduate degrees 
in STAT AMSC. MAPL or MATH. Credit will be granted for only 
one of the following: BMCT 231. ENEE 324 or STAT 400, These 
courses are not interchangeable, consult your program 
requirements or advisor for what is acceptable towardyour 
program of study, 

0102 STAFF 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (MTH B0425) 

0103 STAFF 

MTuWThF 1 1 :00am- 12:20pm (MTH B0425) 

0203 STAFF 

MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (MTH 0105) 

STAT49gA (PermReq) SelcclMl Topics in Statistics: (1-6) REG/ 

P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

STAT69gA IPermReq) Selected Tbplcs in Probability; (1-1) 

REG/AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number. 

STAT798A IPermReq) Selected Topics in Statistics; (1.4) REG/ 

AUD 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanment or instructor to 

obtain section number 

STAT799 IPermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmen 
obtain section number 



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STAT 



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UNIV 



STATg99 iPtrmReq) Doctoral Dissertalion Rncarch: (1-8) 
R£G 

IndividuBi Insimction course; coDtaci depanmen 



SURV Survey Methodology 
(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 



Sl)RV440 SampUnt Theory; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisiir: STAT 401 or STAT 420. Noi open to siudenls who 
haye compUltd STAT 440. 
0101 Valliml. R. 

Mecis 06^)5/04-07/23/04 

TuTh 3:30piii-6:00pm (LEF 1 171) 

SURV«Z3 Datt Collection Methods in Survey Research; (3) 

REG/AUD. 

Meets 06A)l/O4-O7/23/O4 course is taught in conjusctioo with 

Michigan's Summer Institute. This class is being offered off-site 

at the Census Bureau in Suitland.MD- and at the College Pari; 

campus. 

0101 Conrad, F 

Meets 06rt) 1/04-07/23/04 

M 4:0Opm-6:0Opm (LEF 1208) 

W 4;0Opm-7:0Opm (LEF 1208) 

SURV«25 Applied Sampling; (3) REG/AUD 

Prerequisite: statistics course approved by the deparment. 

Course is learn taught by James Lepkowski and Roger 

Tourangcau 

0101 Upkowski, J. 

Meets 06/01/04-07/23/04 

M 6 :0Opm-9:0Opm (LEF 1208) 

Tb 6;00pm-8:0()pm (LEF 1208) 

SintV«30 QucstioDiiaire Dcsipi; (3) REG/AUD. 
Old Conrad. F 

Meets 06A)l/04-O7/23A)4 

Tu 4:00pra-7:00pni (LEF 1208) 

Th 4:00pin-6:00pra (LEF 1208) 

SURVtW (PermP.eqj Spcdal Ibpics in Surrey Methodology; (1- 

3) REG/AUD 

0101 Tourangeau, R. 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 STAFF 

TuiK and room to be arranged 

SURVtMA Special Topics In Survey Methodology: 
QucsUonnairt Design; (1) REG/AUD 
0101 ST^F? 

Meets 06rt)9/04-0«/l 3/04 

MTuWThF l:0Opm-4:0Opm(LEF 1208) 

SUItVi99B Special IbplcsIn Survey Methodology: Introduction 
to Survey QuaUly; (I) REG/AUD 
0101 Biemer. P 

Meets 06«)/04-(n/D9/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am- 1 1:00am (LEF 1208) 

SURV(99D Special Topics in Survey Methodology: Toting 
Questions and Instruments; (I) REG/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/16/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF l:00pm-4:00pm (LEF 1208) 

SURViME Spedal Topics In Survey Methodology: Non- 
raponse; (1) REG/AUD 
0101 STAFF 

Meets 06/21/04-06/27/04 

MTuWThF 1 :00pm-4 :00pm (LEF 1208) 

SURV6WK Special Topics in Survey Methodology: Multi-Level 
Analysis of Survey DaU; (3) REG/AUD. 
0101 Cronioger. R. 

Meets 06/03/04-06/28/04 

MTuWThF 9;00am-ll:00am(LEF 1208) 

SURV8M Doctoral DissertaUon Research; (1-8) REG/S-F 
Individual Instruction course: contact department c 
obtain section number 



THET Theatre 

(Arts and Humanities) 

THETllO Introduction to the Theatre; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) 
0101 Clupper, W. 

MTuWThF II 00am-l2:20pm(PAC 1801) 
0201 Dail.C 

MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm(PAC 1801) 

THET182 SUge Make-up; (2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: THET 182 or 

THET 185. Formerly THET 185. 

0201 Chiang. S 

MTuWTh 10:00ara-l 1:20am (PAC 1703) Ub 

THET199A (PermReq) Independent Study: Musical Theatre 
Workshop; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

This course focuses on students developing their ability to move, 
act and e:tpress themselves through the media of lyric and music. 
Each student develops their physical instrument while addressing 
the special challenges and techniques needed by the musical 
stage actor. Students have ample opponunity for performance in 
class, as well as in weekly student cabaret Regular attendance 
and participation will be expected of at] students. Pan of The 
Arts! at Maryland. Enrollment by permission only. Please contact 
SPOC for further information at summer@umail.umd.edu 
Location: PAC. Contact: Chris Patton. cpatton@umd.edu, x 58174 
05AR Reese. S 

Meets 06/21/04-07/09/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am-4:00pm (Arranged) 

THET220 Acting I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: permission of depanmenl. Corequisile: THET 110. 

For THET majors only. 

0101 Jacoby J 

MTuWTh l:00pm-2:40pm (PAC 3736) Ub 

THET330 Play Directing I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: THET III. THET 170 and THET 220: orpermission 

of deportment. 

0101 Reese. S. 

TuWTh 4:00pm-6:15pm (PAC 2740) Lab 

THET386 (PermReq) Eiperiential Learning; (3.0 REG/P-F. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
Junior standing. 

THET475 Period Style for the Theatre: Fashion and Decor; (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: THET 170 or permission of departmetu. 

0101 Conway, D. 

TuTh 9:00am-12:20pm (PAC 1809) 

THET490 Theatre History I; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: THET 110 and THET III or permission of 

department. 

0101 Rothman, K. 

MWTh l:00pm-3: 15pm (PAC 1815) 

THET491 Theatre History II; (3) REG/PF/AUD. 
Prerequisite: THET 110. THET HI. and THET490: orpermission 
of department. 
0201 Thaip, R. 

MTuW 9:45am- I2:00pra (PAC 1815) 

THET499 (PermReq) Independent Study; (3) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 

obtain sectjon number. 

THET499D Independent Study; (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 Kaleba, C. 

MTuTh l:00pm-3:15pm (PAC 3736) Ub 

THET499J Independent Study: To the Playing Fields: Exploring 
the Theatre of Life; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 lacoby J 

MTuWTh 3:30pm-5 00pm (PAC 1809) 

Time and room to be arranged Ub 

THET499N Independent Study: STAGE PLAYS AS FILM: (3) 

REG/P-F/AUD 

0201 Tharp. R. 

MW I OOpm-4:20pm(PAC 1815) 

THET499P Independent Study: Puppetry Workshop; (3) REG/ 

PF/AUD. 

0101 Cotter, M 

TuTh 9 OOam-12 20pm (PAC 3730) Ub 



THET499X Independent Study; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
0101 Conway D 

TuTh 1 OOpm-4 20pm (PAC 2727) Ub 



THET789 (PermReq) Master'! 
Individual Instruction course: c( 
obtain section number. 



Practicum; (1-6) REG/AUD 
ntact depanmenl c 



THET799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact depanmenl or instructor Ic 
obtain section number. 

THET899 Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG/AUD 
Individual Instruction course: contact depanmenl or instructor Ic 
obtain section number 

UMEI Maryland English Institute 

(Arts and Humanities) 



UMEIOOl (PermReq) English as a Foreign Language: 
Beginning; (12) S-F 

0101 STAFF 
Meets 06i71/04-08/06A)4 

MTuWThF 9:00am- 12:00pm (PLS 1162) 
MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm (PLS 1162) 

0102 STAFF 
Meets 06«l/04-08/D6A)4 






) be arranged 



UMEI002 (PermReq) English as a Foreign Unguage: 
Inurmedlate I; (12) S-F 

0101 Anderson. J 
Meets 06/21/04-08/06/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am- 12 00pm (PLS 1164) 
MTuWThF l:O0pm-3:0Opm(PLS 1164) 

0102 STAFF 
Meets 06/21/04-08/06^)4 

Time and room to be arranged 

UMEI003 (PermReq) English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate II; (12) S-F 

0101 Taylor. V. 
Meets 06/21/04-08/06A)4 

MTuWThF 9:00am-l2:00pm (PLS 1184) 
MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm (PLS 1184) 

0102 STMT 
Meets 06/2I/04-08A)6/04 

Time and room to be arranged 

UMEIOM (PermReq) English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate HI; (12) S-F 

0101 Adjogah. R 
Meets 06«1/04-08/06«4 

MTuWThF 9:00am-12:00pm (PLS 1176) 
MTuWThF l:OOpm-3:0Opm(PLS 1176) 

0102 STAFF 
Meets 06/21/04-08/06/04 

MTuWThF 9:00am-12:00pm (PLS 1158) 
MTuWThF l:0Opm-3:0Opm(PLS 1158) 

UNIV University Courses 
(Undergraduate Studies) 



i;NrV0»9 (PermReq) Internship Seminar; (No credit) S-F 

Permission of Internship Coordinator requited. Obtain signature 
and mote information at the Career Center, 3100 Hombake 
Library. Special fee required for this course. 
0101 Kenyon. M. 

Time and room to be arranged 
0201 Kenyon. M. 

Time and room to be arranged 

UNIV369 (PermReq) Seminar in Research Experiences; (1) 

REG/PF/AUD 

0101 STAFF 

Time and room to be arranged 

UNIV379 Seminar in Internship Experiences; (1) REG/P-F/ 

AUD. 

0101 Steffes. J. 

Meets 06/01/04-07/2 1/04 

M5:OOpm-7:OOpm(SCC 1102) 



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The most up-to-date course information can be found at www.testudo.umd.edu WMST 



URSP Urban Studies and Planning 

(School of Architecture, Planning, and 
Preservation) 



URSP399I (PeimReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG 
Individual Instruclion course; conlaci depanraeni or inslniclor lo 
oblain seclion number 

URSP681 Urban Planning Law; (3) REG. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: URSP 681, 

URBS 450, or URBS 681. Formerly URBS 681. 

0201 Karina, S. 

MW 7:00pm- I0:20pni (ARC 1127) 

URSP708 Community Plannine Studio; (2-4) REG/AUD. 
Pennission of the instructor. Students seeking lo meet tlie URSP 
studio lequiremenl must also take URSP 708 in both Summer 
Sessions 1 and II. 
OIOI Brower. S. 

MTuWThF 9:00am-4:00pm (Arranged) 

0202 Brower, S. 

MTuWThF 9:00am-4:00pm (ARC 1101) 

URSP709 Field Instruction: (3) REG 

0101 STAFF 

Tu 7:00pm-9:00pm (ARC 1 127) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 
0202 STAFF 

Tu 7:D0pm-9:30pm (ARC 1 127) 

Time and room lo be arranged Dis 

URSP710 Research Seminar: Urban Theory and Issues; (3) 

REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 15 graduate credit hours in URSP. For URSP majors 

only. Formerly URBS 710. 

0107 Hanna, W 

Time and room to be atranged 
0207 Hanna, W 

Time and room to be arranged 

URSP788 (PermReq) Independent Study in Urban Studies and 
Planning: IndepenilenI Study in Urban Studies and Planning; (1- 
3) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

URSP798 1 PermReq) Readings In Urban Studies and Planning; 
(1-3) REG 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

URSP799 (PermReq) Master's Thesis Research; (1-6) REG/S- 
F 

: contact department t 



VMSC Veterinary Medical Sciences 
(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 



VMSC«99 Special Problems in Veterinary Medical Sciences; 

(1-4) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department t 

obtain section number. 



VMSC799 Thesis Research; (l-«) REG 
Individual Instruction course: contact departmen 
obtain seclion number. 



WMST255 Introduction to Literature by Women; (3) REG/P-F/ 

AUD 

CORE: Lileralure (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered as ENGL 250. 

Credit will he granted for only one of the following: WMST 255 or 

ENGL 250 

0201 Macri, L. 

TuTh6:0Opm-9:lSpm(SQH 1117) 

WMST27S World Literature by Women; (3) REG 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered as CMLT 275. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: WMST 275 or 

CMLT 275. 

0101 Dix.) 

TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2120) 

WMST32S The Sociology of Gender; (3) REG/PF/AUD 
DIVERSITY Prerequisite: 3 credits of sociology. Also offered as 
SOCY 325. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 
WMST .125 or SOCY 325. 
0301 Mann, E. 

Meets 06/01/04-06/18/04 

MTuWThF l:OOpm-3:40pm(ASY 3207) 

WMST336 Psychology of Women; (3) REG/P-F/AUD 
DIVERSITY Prerequisite: PSYC 100. Also offered as PSYC 336. 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: WMST 336 or 
PSYC 336. 
0101 Friedman, S 

MW 9:30am- 12:50pm (BPS 2283) 

WMST471 Women's Health; (3) REG/PF/AUD 

DIVERSITY Also offered as HLTH 471. Credit will be granted for 

only one of the following: WMST 471 or HLTH 471. 

0101 Voorhees, C. 

MTuWTh l:0Opm-2:45pm(HHP 1301) 

0102 Parker, C 

MW 6:00pm-9:45pra (HHP 1301) 

0201 STAFF 

MTuWTh l:00pm-2:45pm (HHP 1302) 

0202 Desmond, S 

MW 6:00pm-9:45pm (HHP 1301) 

WMST498A Advanced Special Topics in Women's Studies: 
Culture, Caste and Women In Indian Society; (3) REG/PF/ 
AUD. 

Credit will be granted for only one of the following: WMST 498 A 
or /VRHU 498. Topics lo be covered encompass profile of Indian 
society, women in ancient India, marriage and family in India, 
dowry system in India, status of women in modem India. 
0101 STAFF 

MW 600pm-9:45pm (WDS 0104) 

WMST499 (PermReq) Independent Study: Individual Study in 

Women's Studies; (1-3) REG/P F/AUD. 

Individual Instruclion course: contact department or instructor to 

oblain seclion number. Prerequisite: 3 hours of WMST and junior 

standing. 

WMST699 (PermReq) Independent Study; (1-3) REG/AUD. 
Individual Instruclion course: contact depanment or instructor to 
oblain section number. By permission of instructor only. 



WMST799 Masters Thesis Research; (1-6) REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department oi 
oblain seclion number. 



WMST899 (PermReq) Doctoral Dissertation Research; (1-8) 

REG. 

OIOI Barkley Brown. E. 

Time and room to be arranged 



VMSC899 Dissertation Research; (1-8) REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department t 
obtain section number. 

WMST Women's Studies 
(Arts and Humanities) 



WMST250 Introduction to Women's Studies: Women, Art and 

Culture; (3) REG/PF/AUD 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY 

0101 Dolan, T. 

TuTh 6:0Opm-9 ISpra (WDS 1114) 



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CORE Program 

Office of the Dean for Undergraduate Studies 

301-405-9359 
2130 Mitchell Building 
www.umd.edu/CORE 



CORE COURSES OFFERED SUMMER 2004 

For details of the CORE requirements and more information, please consult the CORE website at: http://www.umd.edu/CORE, 
the Undergraduate Catalog, the Spring Schedule of Classes, or the CORE Handbook (available at your advising office or at The 
Office of Undergraduate Studies, 2130 Mitchell Building). Refer to the course listing section in this Schedule of Classes for 
session, class and time information. 



CORE FUNDAMENTAL STUDIES 

IntroducHon fo Writing Courses 

ENGL 101 Introduction to Writing 
ENGL 1 01 X Introduction to Writing 
(English as a second language) 

Professional Writing 

ENGL 391 Advanced Composition 
ENGL 392 Advanced Composition: Pre-Law 
ENGL 393 Technical Writing 
ENGL 393X Technical Writing 

(English as a second language) 

Business Writing 

Writing for Health Professions 



ENGL 394 
ENGL 395 

Mathematics 

MATH 110 
MATH 1 1 1 
AAATH 1 1 3 
MATH 115 



Elementary Mathematical Models 

Introduction to Probability; 

College Algebra with Applications 

Precalculus 

NOTE: MATH HI, 140, 141, 220, 221, and STAT 100 
fulfill both Fundamental and Distributive requirements. 
See Distributive Studies list for Math and Formal Reasoning. 

CORE DISTRIBUTIVE STUDIES 

Courses noted "(D)" also meet the CORE Diversity Requirement. 

CORE HUMANITIES & THE ARTS: 
Literature (HL) 

CHIN 213 Chinese Poetry into English: An Introduction (D) 

CLAS 100 Classical Foundations 

CLAS 1 70 Greek & Roman Mythology 

CMLT 270 Global Literature & Social Change (D) 

CMLT 275 World Literature by Women (WMST 275) (D) 

ENGL 205 Introduction to Shakespeare 

ENGL 222 American Literature: 1 865 to Present 

ENGL 234 Introduction to African-American Literature (D) 

ENGL 243 Introduction to Poetry 



ENGL 244 Introduction to Drama 
ENGL 250 Introduction to Literature by 

Women (WMST 255) (D) 
FREN 250 Introduction to French Literature 
GERM 285 German Film and Literature 
HONR 238B Images of Masculinity in Twentieth Century 

American Literature and Film 
HONR 258K Shakespeare: In History and in Performance 
HONR 2590 The Mosaic of Identity in 

Contemporary American Lit. 
JAPN217 Japanese Literature in the 

Age of the Samurai (D) 
WMST255 Introduction to Literature by Women 

(ENGL 250) (D) 
WMST275 World Literature by Women (CMLT 275) (D) 

The History or Theory of the Arts (HA) 

AMST 205 Material Aspects of American Life 

ARCH 223 History of Non-Western Architecture (D) 

ARTH 1 00 Introduction to Art 

ARTH 200 Art of the Western World to 1 300 

ARTH 201 Art of the Western World after 1 300 

ARTH 250 Art and Archaeology of Ancient America (D) 

ARTH 290 Art of Asia (D) 

ARTT 1 50 Introduction to Art Theory 

DANC 200 Introduction to Dance (D) 

ENGL 245 Film & the Narrative Tradition 

MUET 200 World Popular Musics & ID (D) 

MUET 210 The Impact of Music on Life (D) 

MUET 220 Selected Musical Cultures of the World (D) 

MUSC 1 30 Survey of Music Literature 

MUSC 1 40 Music Fundamentals I 

MUSC 205 History of Rock Music, 1 950 - Present 

THET 1 1 Introduction to the Theatre 

WMST 250 Intro, to Women's Studies: 

Women, Art and Culture (D) 



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Humanities (HO) 

AMST 201 Intro, to American Studies 
AMST 203 Popular Culture in America 
AMST 204 Film & American Culture Studies 
AMST 21 1 Technology & American Culture 
ARHU 298N The Power of the Word: 

Language and Heritage (D) 
COAAM 200 Advanced Public Speaking 
FREN 201 Intermediate French 
FREN 202 Intermediate French Review 
FREN 204 French Grammar & Composition 
GERM 280 German-American Cultural Contrast 
LARC 1 60 Intro, to Landscape Architecture 
LING 21 Structure of American Sign 

Language (D) 
LING 240 Language and Mind 
PHIL 1 00 Introduction to Philosophy 
PHIL 1 40 Contemporary Moral Issues 
PHIL 236 Philosophy of Religion 
SPAN 1 25 Spanish Civilization: From 

Kingdoms to Nationalities 
SPAN 201 Intermediate Spanish 
SPAN 202 Intermediate Grammar and Composition 

CORE MATHEMATICS AND THE SCIENCES: 
CORE Physical Sciences Laboratory (PL) 

ASTR 101 General Astronomy 

CHEM 103 General Chemistry I 

CHEM 103M General Chemistry I 

CHEM 1 1 3 General Chemistry II 

CHEM 1 1 3M General Chemistry II 

GEOL 100/1 10 Physical Geology & Physical Geology Lab 

(Both courses must be token in the some semester) 
PHYS 1 21 Fundamentals of Physics I 
PHYS 1 22 Fundamentals of Physics II 

CORE Life Sciences Laboratory (LL) 

ANTH 220 Intro, to Biological Anthro. (D) 

BSCI 1 03 The World of Biology 

BSCI 1 05 Principles of Biology I 

BSCI 1 05M Principles of Biology I 

BSCI 1 06 Principles of Biology II 

BSCI 124/125 Plant Biology & Lab in Plant Biology 

(Both courses must be taken in the same semester) 
BSCI 201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 
BSCI 223 General Microbiology 



CORE Physical Sciences Non-Laboratory (PS) 

ASTR 1 00 Introduction to Astronomy 

ENES 1 00 . Intro, to Engineering Design 

GEOG 140 Coastal Environments 

GEOL 1 20 Environmental Geology 

PHYS 1 04 How Things Work: Science Foundations 

PHYS 161 Mechanics & Particle Dynamics 

CORE Life Sciences Non-Laboratory (LS) 

BSCI 1 20 Insects 

BSCI 205 Environmental Science 

KNES 260 Science of Physical Activity and 

Cardiovascular Health 
NFSC 1 00 Elements of Nutrition 



CORE Math or Formal Reasoning 
Non-Laboratory (MS) 

GEOG 1 70 Maps and Map Use 

AAATH 1 1 1 Introduction to Probability 

MATH 140 Calculus I 

MATH 141 Calculus II 

MATH 220 Elementary Calculus I 

MATH 221 Elementary Calculus II 

PHIL 1 70 Introduction to Logic 

STAT 1 00 Elementary Statistics and Probability 

CORE SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HISTORY: 

CORE Social or Political History (SH) 

AASP 1 00 Introduction to African American Studies (D) 

AASP 202 Black Culture in the United States (D) 

HIST 111 The Medieval World 

HIST 1 56 History of the United States to 1 865 

HIST 1 57 History of the United States Since 1 865 

HIST 2 1 90 History of Sexuality in America (D) 

HONR229S Terrorism 

JOUR 240 Advertising in America 

KNES 293 History of Sport in America 



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CORE Behavioral and Social Sciences (SB) 


CHIN 213 


Chinese Poetry into English: An Introduction* 


AASPlOl 


Public Policy & the Black Community 


CMLT 270 


Global Literature and Social Change* 


ANTH 240 


Introduction to Archaeology (D) 


CMLT 275 


World Literature by Women (WMST 275)* 


ANTH 260 


Introduction to Sociocultural 


DANC 200 


Introduction to Dance* 




Anthropology & Linguistics (D) 


ENGL 234 


Introduction to African-American Literature* 


COS TOO 


Introduction to Criminal Justice 


ENGL 250 


Introduction to Literature 


COS 105 


Introduction to Criminology 




by Women (WMST 255)* 


ECON 200 


Principles of Micro-Economics 


HIST 21 90 


History of Sexuality in America* 


ECON 201 


Principles of Macro-Economics 


JAPN217 


Japanese Literature in the 


GEOG 100 


Introduction to Geography 




Age of the Samurai* 


GVPTIOO 


Principles of Government and Politics 


LING 210 


Structure of American Sign Language* 


GVPT 170 


American Government 


MUET 200 


World Popular Musics & Identity* 


GVPT 200 


International Political Relations 


MUET210 


The Impact of Music on Life* 


HESP 1 20 


Introduction to Linguistics 


MUET 220 


Selected Musicol Cultures of the World* 


UNG 200 


Introductory Linguistics 


WMST 250 


Introduction to Women's Studies: 


PSYC 100 


Introduction to Psychology 




Women, Art & Culture* 


SOCYIOO 


Introduction to Sociology 


WMST 255 


Introduction to Literature 


SOCY105 


Introduction to Contemporary Social Problems 




by Women (ENGL 250)* 




CORE Acivonced Studies 


WMST 275 


World Literature by Women (CMLT 275)* 


CORE Capstc 


>ne Courses (CS): 


CORE Diversity Courses 
recommendeci for Juniors and Seniors: 


See fhe second edition of the Sprinp 2003 Schedule of 


Classes, first 


edition of the Fall 2003 Schedule of Classes, or 


CHIN 316 


Traditional Chinese Values 


the CORE we 


bsite for details. 


COMM 324 


Communication and Gender 


BMGT 495 


Business Policies 


COMM 360 


The Rhetoric of Black America 


lARC 471 


Capstone Studio: Community Design 


COMM 482 


Intercultural Communication 


CORE Human Cultural Diversity (D) 


EDCP 420 


Education and Racism 


Courses noted "*" also meet CORE Distributive Studies 


EDCP 498A 


Education & and Counseling 


Requirements 


. Diversity courses that are also approved for 




Issues for Asian Americans 


CORE Distrib 


utive Studies may be double counted. 


ENGL 348P 


Literary Works by Women: 


CORE Diversity Courses recommended for 
Freshmen and Sophomores: 

AASP 1 00 Introduction to African American Studies* 
AASP 202 Black Culture in the United States* 
ANTH 220 Introduction to Biological Anthropology* 
ANTH 240 Introduction to Archaeology' 


ENGL 368 
FMST381 
GEOG 323 
HIST 493 


Women in the Plantation Household 
The African Diaspora 
Poverty, Affluence, and Families 
Latin America 

Victorian Women in England, France, 
and the United States 


ANTH 260 


Introduction to Sociocultural 


HLTH 471 


Women's Health (WMST 471 ) 




Anthropology & Linguistics* 


PSYC 336 


Psychology of Women (WMST 336) 


ARCH 223 


History of Non -Western Architecture* 


SOCY 325 


The Sociology of Gender (WMST 325) 


ARHU 298N 


The Pov/er of the Word: 


WMST 325 


The Sociology of Gender (SOCY 325) 




Language and Heritage* 


WMST 336 


Psychology of Women (PSYC 336) 


ARTH 250 


Art & Archaeology of Ancient America* 


WMST 471 


Women's Health (HLTH 471) 


ARTH 290 


Art of Asia* 







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COURSE TITLE 

AMERICAN STUDIES 

AMST41 8Y Cinema and the Gfy 
AMST498D Costume and Textiles 



ARCHITECTURE 

ARCH223 History of Non-Western Architecture 

ARCH242 Drawing I 

ARCH343 Drawing II: Line Drawing 

ARCH428N History of Non-Western Architecture 

ARCH436 History of Islamic Architecture 

ARCH470 Computer Applications in Architecture 

ART 

ARTTl 50 Introduction to Art Theory 
ARTT468B Issues in Contemporary Art 

BUISNESS AND MANAGEMENT 

BMGTl 1 Introduction to Business and Management 

BMGT220 Principles of Accounting I 

BMGT221 Principles of Accounting II 

BMGT230 Business Statistics 

BMGT310 Intermediate Accounting I 

BMGT323 Taxation of Individuals 

BMGT340 Business Finance 

BMGT350 Marketing Principles and Organization 

BMGT364 Management and Organization Theory 

BMGT380 Business Law I 

BMGT392 Introduction to International 

Business Management 

BMGT402 Database Systems 

BMGT405 Business Telecommunications 

BMGT422 Auditing Theory and Practice 

BMGT424 Advanced Accounting 

BMGT440 Financial Management 

BMGT446 International Finance 

BMGT464 Organizational Behavior 

BMGT482 Business and Government 

BMGT495 Business Policies 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 

COS234 Law of Criminal Investigation 
CCJS320 Introduction to Criminalistics 

CHEMISTRY 

CHEM103 General Chemistry I 
CHEMl 1 3 General Chemistry II 



SESSION(S) 


COURSE 
CLASSICS 


TITLE 


II 


CLAS170 


Greek and Roman Mythology 


1 


CLAS309 


Ancient Roman Religion from 
Jupiter to Jesus 




CLAS470 


Approaches to Greek Mythology 



SESSION(S ) 



II COMPARATIVE LITERATURE 

II CMLT270 Global Literature and Social Change 

II CMLT275 World Literature by Women 

II 

I COMMUNICATION 

COMM107 Oral Communication: Principles 
and Practices 
\^ COMM200 Advanced Public Speaking 
1^ COMM230 Argumentation and Debate 
COMM324 Communication and Gender 
COAAM330 Argumentation and Public Policy 
COAAM351 Public Relations Techniques 
COMM352 Specialized Writing in Public Relations 
COMM383 Urban Communication 
COMM401 Public Relations Techniques 
COMM402 Communication Theory and Process 
COMM425 Negotiation and Conflict Management 
COMM472 Public Relations Techniques 



ECONOMICS 

ECON200 Principles of Micro-Economics 
ECON201 Principles of Macro-Economics 
ECON305 Intermediate Macroeconomic 

Theory and Policy 
ECON306 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory 
ECON310 European Economic History 
ECON31 1 American Economic History 

Before the Civil War 
ECON321 Economic Statistics 
ECON330 Money and Banking 
ECON340 International Economics 
ECON424 Computer Methods in Economics 
ECON454 Theory of Public Finance 

and Fiscal Federalism 
ECON460 Industrial Organization 



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CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 

EDCI463 Reading in the Secondary School 



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COURSE TITLE SESSIONfS) 

MEASUREMENT, STATISTICS, AND EVALUATION 

EDMS645 Quantitative Research Methods I I, II 

EDMS646 Quantitative Research Methods II I, II 

EDMS651 Applied Multiple Regression Analysis 11 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 

EDSP376 Fundamentals of Sign Language I, II 

EDSP415 Assessment in Special Education I 
EDSP491 Characteristics of Learning Disabled Students II 
EDSP6 1 5 Eval and Meas of Exceptional 

Children and Youth I 

EDSP670 Introduction to Advanced Scheduling I 

CIVIL ENGINEERING 

ENCE623 Introduction to Advanced Scheduling I 

ENCE653 Advanced Scheduling II 

ENCE662 Introduction to Project Management I 
ENCE663 Management of Design 

and Construction Organizations I 

ENCE665 Management of Project Teams I 



FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERING 

ENFP435 Product Liability and Regulation 

ENGLISH 

ENGL1 01 Introduction to Writing 

ENGL222 American Literature: 1 865 to Present 

ENGL234 Introduction to African-American Literature 

ENGL250 Introduction to Literature by Women 

ENGL304 The Major Works of Shakespeare 

ENGL313 American Literature 

ENGL379W Modern Heroic Cinema 

ENGL391 Advanced Composition 

ENGL393 Technical Writing 

ENGL393X Technical Writing 

ENGL394 Business Writing 

ENGL488D The Rhetoric of Intimidation 

ENGL6 1 1 Approaches to College Composition 

PROFESSIONAL MASTERS ENGINEERING 

ENPM633 The Chemistry of Natural Waters 
ENPM808F Applied Finite Element Methods 
ENPM808N Network Security 
ENPM808T Next Generation Wireless 
Communication Networks 



COURSE TITLE SESSIONfS ) 

RELIABILITY ENGINEERING 

ENRE467 System Safety Engineering I 
ENRE620 Mathematical Techniques 

of Reliability Engineering I 

FAMILY STUDIES 

FMST260 Couple Relationships I 

FMST341 Personal and Family Finance I, II 

FRENCH 

FRENlOl Elementary French I I 

FREN102 Elementary French II II 

FREN103 Elementary French Review I 

FREN201 Intermediate French I 

FREN202 Intermediate French Review II 

FREN204 French Grammar and Composition II 

FREN250 Introduction to French Literature I 

FREN302 Practicum in Translation I I 

FREN3 1 1 Advanced French Conversation II 

GEOGRAPHY 

GEOG372 Remote Sensing I 

GEOG373 Geographic Information Systems I, II 

GEOG422 Population Geography I 

GOVERNMENT AND POIUTCS 

GVPT241 The Study of Political Philosophy: 

Ancient and Modern I 
GVPT309X Conflict Resolution - 

The Israeli Palestinian Experiment II 

GVPT409A Ethnic Conflict I 

GVPT432 Civil Rights and the Constitution I 

GVPT439A Gender and the Law I 
GVPT475 The Presidency and the Executive Branch II 

GVPT479A Politics of the Vietnam War II 

HEARING AND SPEECH SCIENCES 

HESP420 Deafness and Sign Language I 

HISTORIC PRESERVATION 

HISP679 Measured Drawings for Historic Preservation I 

HIST31 9A Radical Regimes in the Arab World I 
HIST31 9B Religion and State in the 

Middle East Theory and Practice II 
HIST31 9D America in the Movies: 

Major Themes in 20th Century II 
HIST353 America in the Revolutionary 

Era, 1763-1815 I 



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COURSE 


TITLE SESSION(S) 


COURSE 
PHYSICS 


TITLE i 


HEALTH 




HLTH150 


First Aid & Emergency Medical Services 1, II 


PHYS121 


Fundamentals of Physics 1 


HLTH377 


Human Sexuality 1, II 


PHYS122 


Fundamentals of Physics II 


HLTH460 


Minority Health II 


PHYS142 


Principles of Physics 


HLTH471 


Women's Health 1, II 


PHYS161 


Mechanics and Particle Dynamics 


HLTH665 


Health Behavior 1 1 







SESSION(S ) 



HONORS 

HONR238B Images of Masculinity in 

Twentieth Century Ame Lit & Film 

JAPAN 

JAPN217 Japanese Literature in the 
Age of the Samurai 

JOURNALISM 

JOUR400 Law of Public Communication 

KINESIOLOGY 

KNES350 The Psychology of Sports 
KNES451 Children and Sport: 

A Psychosocial Perspective 
KNES455 Scientific Bases of Athletic Conditioning 

LIBRARY SCIENCE 

LBSC646 Literature and Materials for Young Adults 
Information Structure 
Management of Electronic 

Records & Information 
Research Methods in Library 

and Information Studies 

Visual and Sound Materials 

LBSC708W Managing Cultural Institutions 

LBSC725 Library Services for Client 

Groups with Disabilities 

Seminar in School Library 

Media Program Administration 
Access to Legal Information 



lA, II 



LBSC670 
LBSC682 

LBSC701 

LBSC708R 



LBSC741 



LBSC764 



MUSIC EDUCATION 

MUED499R Advanced Rehearsal Techniques 

PHILOSOPHY 

PHIL308D Ethical Decision Making 



PSYCHOLOGY 

PSYC200 Statistical Methods in Psychology 
PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior 
PSYC420 Social Processes I 
PSYC442 Psychology of Language 

SOCIOLOGY 

SOCY105 Introduction to Contemporary 

Social Problems 
SOCY443 The Family and Society 
SOCY498C Sociology of Sexuality 
SOCY498D Sociology of Popular Culture 



IB 

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SPANISH 




SPANlOl 


Elementary Spanish 1 


SPAN 102 


Elementary Spanish II 


SPAN201 


Intermediate Spanish 


SPAN301 


Advanced Grammar and Composition 


SPAN311 


Advanced Conversation 1 


SPAN407 


Jews, Moslems, and Christians 




in Medieval Spain 


SPAN408F 


Film and Literature in 




Contemporary Latin America 


SPAN448 


Culture and Music in the 




Hispanic Caribbean 



SURVEY METHODOLOGY 

SURV625 Applied Sampling I 

UNIVERSITY COURSES 

UNIV379 Seminar in Internship Experiences I 

URBAN STUDIES AND PLANNING 

URSP681 Urban Planning Law II 

URSP709 Field Instruction I, II 

WOMEN'S STUDIES 

WMST250 Women, Art and Culture I 

WMST498A Culture, Caste and Women in Indian Society I 



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COURSE TITLE 
ANTHROPOLOGY 

ANTH240 Introduction to Archaeology 



3 WEEK COURSES 

SESSION(S ) COURSE TITLE 



ART STUDIO 

ARTTl 50 Introduction to Art Theory 
ARTT208W Production to Watercolor and 

Water Based Media 
ARTT330 Elements of Sculpture: Metal Casting 
ARTT350 Elements of Design 
ARTT4 1 8B Watercolor Wash 
ARTT428A Water Color 
ARTT468B Issues in Contemporary Art 
ARTT489F Iron Casting Workshop 
ARTT498 Directed Studies in Studio Art 
ARTT698C Metal Casting Workshop 

CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 

EDCI301 Teaching Art in the Elementary School 
EDCI385 Computers for Teachers 
EDCI397 Principles and Methods of 

Teaching in Elementary Schools 
EDCI461 Materials for Creating Skilled 

and Motivated Readers (K-6) 
EDCI463 Reading in the Secondary School 
EDCI614 Developing a Professional Portfolio 
EDCI687 Applications of Computers 

in Instructional Settings 
EDCi788B Modes of Discussion Across 

the Curriculum 
EDCI788D Critical Investigation and 

Application of the Process Standards 

ENGLISH 

ENGL245 Film and the Narrative Tradition 
ENGL3790 The Middle Ages in Cinema 

FAMILY STUDIES 

FMST431 Family Crises and Intervention 
FMST698C Family Crises and Intervention 

GERA^NIC STUDIES 

GERM285 German Film and Literature 



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GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS 

GVPT388A Analysis of Concepts and Filmic Images 
GVPT399A Films and the Politics of the Family 



HISTORY 

HIST219E 
HIST2190 
HIST319Q 

HIST319W 
HIST327 



American History Through Music 
History of Sexuality in America 
Africa in World History, 
1 750 to Present Times 
Latin American History and Film 
The Roman Empire 



JOURNALISM 

JOUR300 Journalism Ethics 

JOUR352 Online Journalism 

JOUR459P Photojournalism 

JOUR459W Covering Conflict and Terrorism 

JOUR472 Computer-Assisted Reporting 

JOUR600 Journalism Ethics 

JOUR652 Online journalism 

JOUR772 Methods in Computer-Assisted Reporting 

KINESIOLOGY 

KNES260 Science of Physical Activity 
and Cardiovascular Health 

KNES287 Sport and American Society 

KNES293 History of Sport in America 

KNES350 The Psychology of Sports 

KNES389G Fitness Assessment and 
Exercise Prescription 



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LIBRARY SCIENCE 

LBSe772 Seminar in the Organization of Knowledge IID 



MATHEMATICS 

MATH003 Developmental Mathematics 



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MARINE-ESTUARINE-ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES 



MEES698N Chesapeake 2000 



IID 



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COURSE TITLE 



MUSIC EDUCATION 

MUED499A Dalcroze Institutes Level lA IB 

MUED499B Dalcroze Institute Level IB IB 

MUED499C Dalcroze Institute Level HA IB 

MUED499D Dalcroze Institute Level IIB IIC 
MUED499E Dalcroze Institute Eurhythmies only, Level I IB 
MUED499F Dalcroze Institute Eurhythmies only, Level II IIC 

MUED499I Institute for Arts Educators IIC 

MUED499M Middle School Music Practicum IIC 

MUED694 Learning Theory in Music IB 

MUED698I Institute for Arts Educators IIC 

MUED698M Middle School Music Practicum IIC 

SCHOOL OF MUSIC 

MUSC205 History of Rock Music, 1 950 - Present lA 

MUSC448B International Workshops: Strings IB 

MUSC448C International Workshops: Piano IB 
MUSC448D International Workshops: 

Orchestral Conducting IB 
MUSC448E International Workshops: 

Choral Conducting IB 
MUSC448F International Workshops: General Music IB 
MUSC463 Applications in Music Technology IB, IIC 

MUSC699B International Workshops: Strings IB 

MUSC699C International Workshops: Piano IB 
MUSC699D International Workshops: 

Orchestral Conducting IB 
MUSC699E International Workshops: 

Choral Conducting IB 
MUSC699F International Workshops: 

General Music IB 



SESSIONfS ) COURSE TITLE SESSION(S ) 

SOCIOLOGY 

SOCY100 Introduction to Sociology lA 

SOCY105 Introduction to Contemporary 

Social Problems IIC 

SOCY230 Sociological Social Psychology IB 

SOCY305 Scarcity and Modern Society IIC 

SOCY325 The Sociology of Gender lA, IB, IID 

SOCY424 Gender Roles and Social Institutions IID 

SOCY443 The Family and Society IB 

SOCY498B Sociology of Poverty lA 

IIC 



SOCY498C Sociology of Sexuality 

WOMEN'S STUDIES 

WMST325 The Sociology of Gender 



lA, IB, IID 



SHADY GROVE COURSES 

COURSE TITLE SESSION(S ) 

CLASSICS 

CLAS309 Ancient Roman Religion from Jupiter to Jesus IB 

COMMUNICATION 

COMM422 Communication Management I 

COMM324 Communication and Gender II 

COMM472 Nonverbal Communication II 

GEOGRAPHY 

GEOG373 Geographic Information Systems I 

HISTORY 

HIST3 1 9C Asian Age in World History, 1 200- 1 800 I 



NATURAL RESOURCE SCIENCES 

NRSC424 Field Study in Soil Morphology 



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PHILOSOPHY 

PHIL308D Ethical Decision Making 



PHILOSOPHY 

PHILIOO Introduction to Philosophy lA, IB 

PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues IIC 

PHILl 70 Introduction to Logic lA, IIC 

PHIL236 Philosophy of Religion IB 

PHIL308C Philosophy in Film IB 

PHIL308F Studies in Contemporary Philosophy IIC 

PHIL347 Philosophy of Law lA 

PSYCHOLOGY 

PSYC206 Developmental Biopsychology lA 

PSYC402 Neural Systems and Behavior IB 



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COURSE TITLE SESSIONfS ) 

AMERICAN STUDIES 

AMST203 Popular Culture in America I 

AMST205 Material Aspects of American Life I 

AMST418R Identity in American Culture I 

EDUCATION, HUMAN DEVELOPMENT 

EDHD426 Cognition and Motivation in 

Reading: Reading in Content Areas I I 



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b team more about USG, levie* onsite student services and get 
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Smimier Sessions 2004 Coiuse OfFeiiiigs at tlie 
Universities at Shady Grove 

The University of Maryland, College Park offers summer 
com-ses at the Universities at Shady Grove (USG) tocated in 
Rockville, Md. Click on the individual courses listed bekiw for 
complete class schedule information. We also invite you to visit 
tww.shadygrove.umd.eduto learn more about UMCP's degree 
programs offered at USG. 

Session 1 (June 1-July 9, 2004) 

Section OlZl 

COMM422 Communication Management 

GEOG373 Geogi-^hic Information Systems 

HIST319C Special Topics in History: Asian Age in Mtorld History, 

1200-1800 

PH1L308D Studies in Contemporary Philosophy: Ethical Decision 

Making 

Session IB (June 21-July 9, 2004) 

Section 05Z1 

C'LAS309 Special Topics in Classical Literature: Ancient Roman 

Religion from Jtqjiter to Jesus 

Sessbn II (July 12-August 20, 2004) 

Section 02Z1 

COMM324 Conununicatbn and Gender 

COMM472 Nonverbal Communication 



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