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Summer's Cool 



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Summer's Cool! 



©COLLEGE PARK 



If you are entering the 
University in Fall '97, 
you may wish to take 
Summer Session 
courses to lest your 
academic skills, to 
become acclimated 
with the campus, or to 
begin fulfilling your 
required courses. 



Summer Strategies 

Use College Park Summer Sessions to: 

w Accelerate your credits toward graduation 

W Improve your grade in a basic course 

W Meet eligibility requirements for your major 

W Fulfill prerequisites for mathematics, English, 
or a language 

w Lighten your course load during the fall and 
spring semester 

W Try a course outside your usual field of study 
W Participate in one of College Park's unique 

summer workshops and institutes 
W Enhance the value of your degree with career- 
oriented courses 



Summer Advantages 

College Park Summer Sessions offers significant advantages: 




TKr F o c a s 

You'll have the opportunity to concentrate solely on one or 
two courses, without juggling coursework, rushing from 
one end of campus to the other, or fitting in extra-curricu- 
lar responsibilities. 

"w- Continuity 

When you meet daily with your professor, you can keep 
the subject matter fresh and your learning continuous. 

W Space 

In the summer, the campus libraries are uncrowded and 
reading material is easily available. The campus itself is less 
populous, making it easy to get around — and easy to find 
a good parking space I 

^&r Facilities 

The study rooms and computer labs are accessible in the 
summer, and all student services, such as the counseling 
center, the writing center, the health center, and tutoring 
programs are available to you. 



^B? A Relaxed Pace 

Although courses are intense, the atmosphere on campus is 
less hectic, more relaxed. You can take your time and take 
in the view; appreciate the beauty of the campus and enjoy 
its many offerings. 

"W Cultural Programs 

This summer. College Park will host the international 
Leonard Rose Cello Competition, featuring the worlds 
premiere young cellists. And the National Orchestral 
Institute brings the most talented youth from across the 
country to College Park to perform under three interna- 
tionally acclaimed conductors. 

■w Recreation 

For fishing, sailing, watersports or sunning, the Chesapeake 
Bay is an hour away, and oceanfront beaches are just a little 
further. For city life, Baltimore, Annapolis and Washington, 
DC. offer tons of fun things to do and see, including ethnic 
festivals, outdoor markets, indoor shops, art galleries, 
theatre, museums and clubs, not to mention bike trails, 
jogging paths, public parks and much, much more. 



Contents 



About 

The University of 
Maryland at 
College Park 

The University of Maryland at College 
Park is an ideal place to leam about 
the world in which we live and the 
world we are in the process of creating. 
A premier public research university. 
College Park is nationally and inter- 
nationally recognized for excellence 
in research and the advancement of 
knowledge. 

Just 20 minutes from the heart of 
D.C., the university campus is situated 
on 1,580 rolling acres in a comfort- 
able suburban setting. Restricted 
public access makes the campus a 
secure, attractive environment for 
students, faculty and staff — yet it is 
just a 30-minute drive to Baltimore 
and 30 minutes to the state capital of 
Annapolis. 

As a College Park summer stu- 
dent, you can take full advantage of 
the scholarly and cultural wealth of 
the Washington, D.C., area. The 
National Archives II, the worlds 
largest and most technically advanced 
library complex, is located on univer- 
sity property. And a short drive or 
Metro ride away are myriad resources 
found nowhere else: from the Library 
of Congress to the Department of 
Agriculture, from the Smithsonian 
Institution to the National Institutes 
of Health, from the Kennedy Center 
to NASA, the nations finest and most 
vital sources of information and cul- 
ture are at hand 



About College Park 
Summer Sessions 

One of the largest summer programs 
in the country. Summer Sessions at 
the University of Maryland at College 
Park features more than 1,100 under- 
graduate and graduate courses. Many 
classes fill general graduation require- 
ments, including a wide selection of 
CORE courses and Fundamental 
Studies requirements for Universit) of 
Maryland students. 

Most Summer Session courses are 
taught on an intensified six-week 
schedule, meeting for the same num- 
ber of hours and having the same 
syllabus requirements as courses dur- 
ing the regular semester. Classes are 
taught by College Park faculty, with 
the same standards of excellent 
instruction and expectation of student 
performance as all university courses. 



Questions? 




About The I niversit) of Maryland 


1 


About College Park Summer Sessions 


1 


Career-Oriented Courses 


2 


Workshops and Institutes 


3 


Cultural Events 


4 


Registration 


5 


Registration Eligibility 


5 


Registration Procedures 


6-7 


Waitlist Information 


7-8 


Tuition and Fees 


9 


Payment Procedures 


9-10 


Summer Financial Aid 


10 


Refund of Tuition 


11 


Application Procedure 


12-14 


Academic Credit 


14 


On-Campus Housing 


15 


Campus Life 


16-18 


Career Center 


17 


Counseling Center 


18 


CORE Required Courses 


19 


Colleges and Schools of L'MCP 


20 


Evening Courses 


20 


Course Listing 




Estimated Billing Form 





Visiting Undergraduate 

Summer Student Application Form 

\ isiting Graduate Summer 



63 



or 1 -800-7 11-UMCR 



Student Application form 






Summer Course Registration 


Forms 




(Session 1. Session II 






MARS Registration Worksheet 


71 


How to Reserve On-Campus 


Housing 


72 


Housing Agreement 




73 


Map 






Academic Calendar 


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Important Phone Numbers 


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Deadlines 


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TABLE OF 




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Career-Oriented Courses 



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Enhance the Value of Your Degree with Career-Oriented Courses. 
It's a competitive marketplace out there. This summer, you can gain 
the strategic edge with courses that prepare you for todays global 
economy. And as a job candidate, you will stand out from the crowd. 
If you're thinking "career," think summer. 




Write Better 

ENGL 393 Technical Writing 

ENGL 394 Business Writing 

JOUR 501 Fundamentals of Writing and Editing 

Get a Handle on 
Information Technology 

CMSC 102 Introduction to Information Technology 

CMSC 107 Introduction to the UNIX Operating 

System 

BMGT 302 Business Computer 

Application Programming 

BMGT 301 Survey of Business Information 

Systems and Technology 

LBSC 650 Information Access 

LBSC 766 Business Information Services 

Manage Your Finances 

FMST341 Personal and Family Finance 




Note: Some of these courses hove prerequisite requirements. 
Check the course listing lor more details. 



Be Prepared for a Global 
Marketplace 

JAPN 101 Elementary Japanese 

SPAN 101 Elementary Spanish 

SPCH 482 Intercultural Communication 

GEOG 423 Political Geography 



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BMGT 110 Introduction to Business and 

Management 

BMGT 220 Principles of Accounting 

BMGT 350 Marketing Principles and Organization 

BMGT 360 Human Resource Management 

BMGT 340 Business Finance 

BMGT 380 Business Law 

Make Your Point 

SPCH 125 Introduction to Interpersonal 

Communication 

SPCH 250 Introduction to Speech Communication 

SPCH 425 Negotiation and Conflict Management 



CAREER-ORIENTED COURSES 



Workshops & Institutes 



College Park Summer Sessions offers courses and workshops found nowhere else. For 
many students, these unique programs offer a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. 

This summer's institutes include: 




Summer Field School in Archaeology 

June 2-July 1 I 

8:00 am-4:00 pm 

Gain hands-on experience in archaeological research 

when you spend each day immersed in field and laboratory 

work at an established dig in the heart of historic Annapolis. 

ANTH 496/696 6 credits 

For more information, contact 
Professor Mark Leone at 405-1425. 

The Cape May Historical Preservation Workshop 

May 26-June 13 

Experience first-hand the problem-solving strategies and 
state-of-the-art techniques used in the preservation of some 
of the nations most important architectural landmarks in 
the resort of Cape May, New Jersey. Students should regis- 
ter by May 1 . 

ARCH488C 3 credits 

For more information, contact Professor 
Michael Arnold at 405-6324. 



For additional information on Workshops and Institutes, see page II. 



Building Math Self-Confidence: A Review 
of High School Algebra 

]une 2-]une 20 

Monday-Friday, 9:00 am- 12:00 pm 

Offered through the Counseling Center, this special course 

can help you gain confidence in math through instruction 

and practice in the basics of algebra. 

SUMM003 Non-credit/Special fee: $300 

For more information, contact Elizabeth Sheam 
at 314-7693. 




The Joint Program in Survey Methodology 

Combining the resources of The University of Maryland 
and University of Michigan, this unique program brings 
together faculty from diverse disciplinary backgrounds 
to teach state-of-the-art practices in the statistical and 
methodological aspects of surveys. 

For courses, days and times, see Survey Methodology 
under the Course Listing section of this Catalogue. 
For more information, contacl Pam Ainsworth at 405-9201 

Beginning Puppetry Workshop 

July 16-August 22 

Tuesdays & Thursdays, l| 00 am-12:00 pm 

Discover the histor) ol puppet theatre as you also learn 
different puppet styles and look at the business side ol 
puppet theatre. 

(THET499P) J credits 

For more information, contacl 

Dr. Roger Meersnian at 405-0675. 



WORKSHOPS AND INSTITUTES 



Cultural Events 




The Rossborough Festival 

A summer music festival that combines the elegance of 
music with the energy of youth, the Rossborough Festival 
presents a series of concerts and 
performances in June and July. 

Simply present your 

Summer Student Registration 

Card or Activity Card at the 

Rossborough Festival Summer 

Box Office in Tawes Theatre, 

and receive one free ticket 

(subject to a $1 handling 

charge) to each of the events 

listed here 

The Rossborough Festival 
ponsored and organized by the Maryland Summer 
Institute for the Creative and Performing Arts, the per- 
forming arts division of the Office of Continuing 
Education, Summer and Special Programs at the University 
of Maryland at College Park. 

The National Orchestral Institute, 
June 7 - 28 

One of the nations leading summer programs for emerging 
orchestral musicians, the National Orchestral Institute 
offers an intensive, training program in orchestral studies 
under the guidance of three leading guest conductors, 
including in 1997 University of Maryland alumnus Peter 
Bay, and a faculty that consists of first-chair musicians from 
the nation's foremost symphony orchestras. Acceptance to 
the Institute is by audition only. Rehearsals and 
masterclasses culmi- 
nate in three Saturday 
evening concerts open 
to the public. 




Leonard Rose Cello Competition 
and Festival, July 17-26 

Summer 1997 heralds the return of the International 
Leonard Rose Cello Competition and Festival. This 
acclaimed, quadrennial event was first held in 1993. Open 
to young professional cellists (ages 18 through 30), the 
Competition draws many of the worlds finest young musi- 
cians who compete in a series of recitals that culminate in a 
concerto performance for three finalists with the Baltimore 
Symphony Orchestra in Tawes Theatre on July 26. 

The concurrent Festival offers lecture recitals, masterclass- 
es, and evening recitals by internationally acclaimed attists. All 
events of the Competition and Festival are open to the public. 

Rossborough Festival 
Events Calendar 

SUMMER SESSION 1 
Saturday, June 14 

NOI Philharmonic conducted by Marin Alsop 
Works by Rossini, Schwonrner, and Bortok 

Saturday, June 21 

NOI Philharmonic conducled by Peter Bay 

Works by Nielsen, Rowel, and Hindemith 

Saturday, June 28 

NOI Philharmonic conducled by Maximiano Voldes 

Works by Mozart, Strouss, ond Mahler 

SIMMER SESSION II 

Thursday - Saturday, July 17-19 

International Leonard Rose Cello Competition: Preliminary Rounds 

Sunday - Wednesday, July 20 ■ 23 

International Leonard Rose Cello Competition ond Festival: Semifinal Rounds 

The Cello Festival Evening 
Recital Series 

Sunday, July 20 - TBA 

Monday, July 21 - Sharon Robinson 

Tuesday, July 22 Albon Gerhordt (1993 Leonard Rose Competition Laureate) 

Wednesday, July 23 - Frans Helmerson 

Thursday, July 24 - The Notional Capital Cello Club: "Tribute to Leonard Rose" 

Friday, July 25 ■ Siegfried Palm 

All events an subject to change 

TICKET INFORMATION 

All events are in Tawes Theatre. Tickets are subject to availability. The 
Tawes Theatre Summer Box Office opens Tuesday, May 27. Hours of oper- 
ation: 12 noon until 5 p.m., Monday -Fnday and one hour before all 
evening performances. To obtain tickets with your Summer Registration 
or Activity Card, you must present them at the Tawes Summer Box Office- 
There is a $ 1 handling charge for each ticket. 

For information about these and other Rossborough Festival events, 
call (301) 403-8370 prior to May 27. or (301) 405-6538 after May 27. 



ULTURAL EVENTS 



Registration 



Who Can Register 

Visiting Undergraduate Students 

If you are a student currently enrolled in another university 

or you are a college graduate 

or you have graduated from high school 

And you wish to take an undergraduate course or courses 

this summer without seeking a degree . 
Then you are considered a Visiting Undergraduate 

Summer Student. 
You must complete the Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student 
Application on page 63 of this Catalogue. You can submit the 
application either pnor to OR at the time you register for courses. 

See page 12 for information on how to proceed. 

Current High School Students 

If you are a high school student entering your junior or 

senior year who is not seeking Fall 1997 undergraduate 
admission to Maryland, and you wish to take Summer 
1997 undergraduate courses at the University of 
Maryland at College park. 

Then you are considered a Concurrent Visiting Under- 
graduate Summer Student. Please follow the application 
instructions for "Current High School Students" on page 
12 of this catalogue. 

Visiting Graduate Students 

If you are a visiting Summer Student and you wish to take a grad- 
uate course or courses at College Park (but are not currently 
enrolled in College Park degree program and do not wish to enroll 
in a College Park degree program), you are considered an Advanced 
Special Student or an Institute Student. You must complete the 
Visiting Graduate Summer Student Application on page 65 of 
this Catalogue either pnor to OR at the time of registering for 
courses. (As an Advanced Special Student, you are eligible to regis- 
ter for courses year-round without re-applying for up to five years.) 

See page 13 for information on how to proceed. 

Current College Park Students 

If you are a current student at the University of Maryland at 
College Park and were enrolled for the Spring 1997 semester, you 
may register for Summer Session classes without completing a 
summer application. 

To register, follow Phone-In (MARS), Mail-In or Walk-In pro- 
cedures, under Registration Procedures. 

If you were a student during the Spring 1997 semester and 
you were dismissed or withdrew from the university, you may reg- 
ister for Summer Session classes without application. (Note: You 
must, however, apply for reinstatement lor Fall 1997.) 

To register, follow Phone-in (MARS), Mail-In or Walk-In pro- 
cedures, under Registration Procedures. 



Former College Park Students 

are a former student of the University of Maryland at 
College Park, you must apply for readmission/reinstatement and 

epted to the university before registering for classes. 
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or the Office of 
Graduate Programs and Research for application information. 

Newly Admitted (Fall 1997) 
College Park Students 

If you have been admitted for Fall 1997, you must include a 
copy ol youi letter of admission when registering for Summer 
is classes. No summer application is necessary. 

University College Studi 

University College students must include a copy of a letter of per- 
mission from University College when registering for College Park 
summer classes. No summer application is necessary. 

Prospective College Park Students 

If you do not fit into one of the categories above, and you want to 
Ml e curses as pan of a College Park degree program, you must 
apply to the University of Maryland — either to an undergraduate 
or graduate program — and meet the standards of admission I mil 
your admission to the degree program, you may apply and reg- 
ister for Summer Sessions as a Visiting Summer Student 
using the Application and Registration forms in this Catalogue. 

Applications for all undergraduate degree programs are avail- 
able from: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

Mitchell Building 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 
.01) M 4-8385 or 1-800-422-5867 

Applications for all graduate degree programs are available from 
Graduate Information Center 
Lee Building 
Universit) ol Maryland 
College Park, MD 21 
(301 1 514-9304 or (301) 405-4198 

Veterans 

Students attending the university under the veterans Education 
Assistance Act (.Title 38, U.S. Code) will be certified based on 
their enrollment status after they have compi. i in . You 

can obtain certification From the Office ol veterans \llairs, 1108 
Mitchell Building, Universit) ol M. inland. College Park. MD 
20742. You ma\ contaci them by phone at (30P 314 

tours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday 

Undergraduate Students 

Computation of enrollment status is based on the number of cred- 
nt is registered and the length of the term. 
Six weeks is the standard term ol a summer - 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



Questions? 
Call Summer Sessions 
at (301) 405-6551 
or 1-800-71 1-UMCP 




Graduate Students 

Computation of enrollment status is based on the number of units 
for which the student is registered. Graduate students will not be 
certified for any course below the 400 level unless the course is 
required by the major department. A letter verifying the require- 
ment must be submitted to the Veterans Affairs office. Courses 
below 400 level do not receive graduate credit. 

Courses that vary from the regular six-week sessions are cal- 
culated by the Veterans Affairs according to the length of the term 
as well as the number of credits or units. 

Courses taken as "AUDIT" cannot be counted toward credit 
for certification for undergraduate or graduate students. Tuition 
charges are the same for audit and for credit courses. 

Golden ID Students 

The University of Maryland Golden Identification Program 
makes available courses and services to persons who are 60 
years of age or older, who are legal residents of the state of 
Maryland, and who are retired (not employed for more than 20 
hours a week). If you are eligible, you can register for courses 
during any term on a space-available basis and receive a Golden 
Identification Card. (You must meet all prerequisites and co-req- 
uisites of the courses chosen.) Tuition fees are waived, but you 
do pay a general fee. Golden ID students at College Park are not 
eligible for Consortium courses with waiver of 
tuition or fees. 

Golden ID students may register for a maxi- 
mum of one course per summer term. The Golden 
ID Card entitles registered students to the use of 
the libraries, as well as certain non-academic ser- 
vices. For more information on services and eligi- 
bility, visit the Special Programs Office, 1108 Mitchell Building, 
University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 or call the office 
at (301) 314-8237. 

International Students 

Follow the instructions on page 14 for Application and 
Registration information. 

Registration Procedures 

There are four ways to register: 

O By phone (using the MARS system) 

© By mail 
By Fax 

O In person 

Please note: Registration is not official without full payment. If 

you do not pay in full by the payment due date (see page 10 for 

the Payment Due Schedule), your registration may be canceled. 

The Payment Due Schedule applies whether or not you have 

received a bill from the Bursar's Office. 

O Phone-In (MARS) Registration 

Registration by phone uses the Maryland Automated 
Registration System (MARS), and is available for summer reg- 
istration and schedule adjustment to: 

All currently enrolled University of Maryland College Park 

students 

Newly admitted students 

and 

Visiting Summer Students 



If you submitted an undergraduate Visiting Summer Student 
Application or a Summer Sessions Graduate Application Form, 
then within 24 hours of the Registrations Office's receipt of your 
completed application form, you will be able to access MARS for 
registration by using your student ID (social secunty number) and 
initial 6-digit PIN number (day, month, year of birth). Use the 
MARS Worksheet on page 71 to guide you. 

Some students are not eligible to use MARS, including 
students in the IED or IA program. If you have questions about 
your eligibility to use MARS, call the Registrations Office at 
(301) 314-8240. 

Mail-In Registration 

All currently enrolled students, newly admitted students and 
Visiting Summer Students may register by mail, except students 
owing an outstanding debt to the university. 

Deadlines: 

Session I: Must be postmarked from March 31 to May 23. 
Session II: Must be postmarked from March 31 to July 3. 

Procedure: 

(1) Complete appropnate application form if necessary (see pages 
12-13). Complete the Summer Registration Form and 
Estimated Billing forms in the back of this Catalogue (one for 
each summer session). Incomplete registration material received 
by mail will be returned to the sender. 

(2) Mail the Summer Registration Form, Estimated Billing 
Form, and Visiting Summer Student Undergraduate or 
Graduate Application (if necessary), along with your payment 
(either a check made payable to the University of Maryland with 
your social security number wntten on the check, or with credit 
card information as specified on the Estimated Billing Form). 

Mail all matenals to: Office of the Bursar 
Lee Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, Maryland 20742-5151 

(3) Confirmation of your application and registration and a 
Summer ID card will be sent to you by mail. If you do not receive 
confirmation within two weeks, please call the Registration Office 
at (301) 314-8240. 

(4) The Office of the Bursar will notify you of any incorrect pay- 
ments or adjustments to your account, such as additional charges, 
refunds, and credits. Any outstanding debt to the university will 
be deducted from payments and the remainder applied to your 
summer school charges. 

© Fax-In Registration 

All currently enrolled students, newly admitted students and 
Visiting Summer Students may register by fax, except students 
owing an outstanding debt to the university. 

Deadlines: 

Session I: Must be faxed from March 31 to May 23. 
Session II: Must be faxed from March 31 to July 3. 

Procedure: 

(1) Complete appropnate application form if necessary (see 
pages 12-13 to determine). Complete the Summer Registration 
and Estimated Billing Forms in the back of this Catalogue (one 
for each summer session). Incomplete registration material 
received by fax will not be processed. 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



(2) Fax the Summer Registration Form, Estimated Billing Form, 
and Visiting Undergraduate or Graduate Summer Student 
Application (if necessary), along with your payment (credit card 
information as specified on the Estimated Billing Form). 

Fax all materials to: Office of the Bursar 
(301) 314-9098 

(3) Confirmation of your application and registration and a 
Summer ID card will be sent to you by mail. II you do not receive 
confirmation within two weeks, please call the Registration Office 
at (301) 314-8240. 

(4) The Office of the Bursar will notih yen) ol any incorrect pay- 
ments or adjustments to your account, such as additional charges, 
refunds, and credits. Any outstanding debt to the universit) will 
be deducted from payments and the remainder applied to your 
summer school charges. 



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In-Person Registration 



All currently enrolled students, newly admitted students and 
Visiting Summer Students may register in person at the 
Registration Office at 1130 Mitchell Building, Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The phone number of the 
Registration Office is (301) 314-8240. 

Deadlines: 

Session 1: March 31 to May 30 
Session 11: March 31 to July 1 1 

Procedure: 

(1) Complete the Summer Registration and Estimated Billing 
Form at the back of this Catalogue (one for each session). Go to 
Room 1130 Mitchell Building to register. If admission or readmts- 
sion action is necessary, first complete the appropnate application 
form and go to Undergraduate Admissions, Ground Floor. Mitchell 
Building or to Graduate Admissions, Second Floor, Lee Building. 

(2) Pay tuition and fees at the Bursar's Office cashier, as outlined 
in Payment of Tuition and Fees, pages 9-11. 

Other Registration Information 
Late Registration/Late Payment 

SUMMER SESSION I: A late fee of $20.00 is assessed for registra- 
tion on or after June 2. Special permission of the dean must be 
obtained in order to register after June 6. 

SUMMER SESSION II: A late fee of $20.00 is assessed for regis- 
tration on or after July 14. Special permission of the dean must be 
obtained in order to register after July 18. 



When Registering Late: 

(1) Go to Room 1 130, Mitchell Building, or call MARS, to confirm 
course availability If admission or readmission action is necessary, 
you will be referred to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or 
the Graduate Admissions Office. 

(2) Pay your bill for tuition and fees in full by 4:30 pm of the Monday 
following the day you registered at the Bursars Office, Main Floor, Lee 
Building. If you have a current Student Account Receivable (SAR 
Account), pay this amount as well. 

(3) You will receive course verification and a validated ID for the 
summer session in which you are enrolled upon payment. 

Course Registration is complete and official only when all fees are paid. 

Nonstandard Course Registration 

Courses which vary in beginning dates from the starting dates for 
each summer session are available for registration during the nor- 
mal registration period for each session. Additionally, registration 
may be available on the first day of each nonstandard class or an 
alternate day if requested by the department or instructor. 

Courses which vary 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 the Office of Registrations for specific dates. 

Grades for nonstandard courses ending after the regular ses- 
sion in which they begin will be posted after the regular session 
grade reports are mailed. Students desiring official notification of 
grades in these courses should request an official transcript 
approximately two (2) weeks after the course ends. Instructors of 
these courses will receive information on various deadlines. Please 
check with the department in late spring 1997 for specific details. 

Waitlist Information 

The Waitlist is a roster of students who are waiting for a seat to 
become available in a closed course. The waitlist stores names in 
order of request, on a first come, first served basis, to allow 
to seats as drops are processed Students can waitlist courses by 
calling MARS (see below) or in person. 

Waitlist Reminders 

• It is the decision of the department whether or not to offer a waitlist. 

• It is recommended that you complete your schedule with 
alternate course choices. Being placed on a waitlist DOES NOT 
guarantee that you will be sectioned into your desired course. 

• Once on the waitlist for the course, you may select up to six 
sections of a course. The first section to become available will be 
assigned to you. Since you will now be registered for a section, 
your name will be removed from the waitlist for that course. 



Waitlist Instructions for MARS (Maryland Automated Registration Systems) 



1 To be eligible for the waiting list you cannot be registered Foi any 
other section of the desired course. If you are currently registered 
for any other section of the course, you must drop that section 
before you can be put on the waiting list. If you are registered for 
another section of the same course you are on the waul 
will be removed from the wait listed section 

2. You may waitlist up to six (6) sections of a course. The first section 
to become available will be assigned by the computer to you 5ince 
you will now be registered for a section, your name will be 
removed from the remaining sections If you subsequently refuse 
the assigned section, that section will be given to the nest person 
waning for it. You may, at that time, request to be PLACED AT THE 
END OF THE WAITING LIST FOR ANOTHER SEC 1 1 



3. Once you have been placed on a « course 
you cannot add any additional sections "I ih.u course to the wait- 
ing list at that same position II you later decide to add additional 

H ill be added lo the END OF THE WAITING LIST 

4. Gju I Irom the wailing list that conflict with a stu- 

or that exceed the credit limit must be resolved 
immediately Time conflicts and credit limit violations cannot 
remain on .1 students schedule without that student's College 
Dean's permission. 

5. Once a course has been confirmed from the waitlist, it is immedi- 
ately included on your schedule lor thai semester and rncures 
tuition charges 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



• Problems resulting from courses received from the waitlist that 
conflict with a students schedule must be resolved. Time conflicts 
are not permitted without permission from the students college. 

• If new sections are opened with meeting times the same as those 
sections you selected, the new section will be assigned to you. 

• Waitlist activity ends June 9 (Session I) and July 21 (Session II). 

Waitlisting with MARS 

When students attempt to add a closed course, and a waitlist is 
available, MARS will offer the waitlist option. If this option is 
selected, you will be placed on the waitlist for the closed sec- 
tion. You will also be prompted to enter up to five more sec- 
tions if they are available. For instructions, see box on page 7. 

Waitlisting in Person 

If a course is closed, and a waitlist is available, you will be 
offered the option of being placed on a waitlist, If available, up 
to six sections of a course can be waitlisted. Mandatory and 
Regular Check-In dates will be noted on your registration form. 
You are required to check-in beginning on these dates to remain 
on the waitlist. 

Waitlist Check-In 

Registration gives a mandatory check-in date when students are 
initially placed on the waitlist. This is typically the first day of 
classes. You must check-in on the mandatory check-in date by 
calling MARS at 403-0500, and selecting Waitlist Check-In or by 
checking in person at Registration Center, 1130 Mitchell 
Building. To remain on the waitlist, call MARS or visit daily 
thereafter until the course is received. There is no need to check 
in more than once a da)'. 

When you call MARS and select Waitlist Check-In from the 
MARS menu, MARS will list any courses you have received from 
the waitlist, and your position for sections you have not yet 
received. 



SUMMARY OF SUMMER 




SESSIONS 1997 


DEADLINES 


TYPE OF CHANGE 


LAST DAY TO PROCESS CHANGE 




SESSION 1 


SESSION II 


Add a Course 


June 6 


July 18 


Apply for August 1 997 Graduation 


July 18 


July 18 


Cancel Registration with 100% Refund 


May 30 


July 11 


Change Credit Level 


June 6 


July 18 


Drop a course ■ Undergraduate Students 






without "W" mark 


June 6 


July 18 


with "W" mark 


June 27 


August 8 


Drop a course - Graduate Students 






(No "W" status) 


June 27 


August 8 


Drop a course with 100% refund 


May 30 


July 11 


Drop a course with 70% refund 


June 6 


July 18 


Change Grading Method 


June 6 


July 18 


Process a Late Registration 


June 6 


July 18 


Change Sections 






(Departmental approval required) 


July 11 


August 22 



Cancellation of Summer Session 
Registration 

Students who register and later decide not to attend the university 
must cancel their registration pnor to the first day of classes. Failure 
to cancel registration will result in financial obligation to the uni- 
versity even though the student does not attend class. Cancellation 
requests must be received in writing pnor to the first day of class- 
es. All requests should be sent by registered mail, or faxed to: 

Office of Registrations 

1 1 50 Mitchell Bldg 

University of Maryland 

< ollege Park, MD 20742 

Fax 3 1 4-9568 

Withdrawal from Summer Sessions 

Students who wish to terminate their registration on or after the first 
day of classes must WITHDRAW This applies to all students regard- 
less ol the number of courses or credits for which they are enrolled. 

Procedure: 

(1) Students withdrawing from a Summer Session must com- 
plete a Withdrawal Form which may be obtained at Room 1101, 
Mitchell Building, 314-8257. 

(2) Withdrawal becomes effective on the date the form is filed with 
the Records Office. 

(3) Mandatory fees are not refundable. The chart below indicates the 
percentage of tuition which will be credited upon withdrawal. 

Withdrawals from workshops or institutes must be effected prior 
to the first day of the workshop in order to receive a refund. After 
a workshop has begun no refund will be granted. 

Change of Address 

Changes in either a local mailing address or permanent address 
can be processed at any time in the semester in which they occur. 
Address changes are posted to the computer by the Office of the 
Bursar and the Records and Registration Office. Address Change 
Forms are available at the following places: 

Office of the Bursar, Address Unit, Lee Building, Room 
1121 or 1103, 8:30 am to 4:15 pm, Monday-Friday 

Registrations Counter, Mitchell Building, First Floor 
Lobby, 8:30 a.m-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday 

Deans' Offices, 8:30 am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday. 

STAR CENTER, Student Union, Room 1 122, 

9:00 am- 4:00 pm, Monday-Friday 
Since many university communications to students are handled 
through the mail, it is important that accurate up-to-date addresses 
be maintained throughout the enrollment period. Dunng the acad- 
emic year the permanent address for currently registered students 
will be used for grade reports, combined registration schedules and 
bills, and other billings. The local address on file for currently reg- 
istered students will be used for all other mailings. The permanent 
address on file for students not currently registered will be used for 
all mailings. Any student wishing his/her address to be kept confi- 
dential should contact the Registration Counter. 

Special Workshops and Institutes 

Unless noted otherwise, admission procedures for credit registra- 
tions are the same as those for standard courses. Special arrange- 
ments for registration will be provided for certain workshops, 
details of which may be obtained from the program directors. 
Please Note: The University reserves the right to cancel a course at any 
time due to insufficient enrollment. 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



Tuition & Fees 



Tuition 

Undergraduate Student Tuition 



In-State Student 
Out-of-State Student 



$170.00 per Credit Hour 
$265.00 pei Credit Hour 



Graduate Student Tuition 



In-State Student 
Out-of-State Student 



$272.00 per Credit I lour 
$400.00 per Credit Hour 



Fees 



New Students 

Undergraduate Application Fee $45.00 

Graduate Application Fee $50.00 

(U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents) 

International Applicants $70.00 

All Students 

V ademic Services Fee per Session $ 1 2 00 

Student Services Fee per Session $12.00 

Student Health Fee per Session $12.00 

Building Recreation Fee per Session $15.00 

Parking Fee 

(not charged if registered for Fall or Spring Semester) 
Resident Student V, 00 

Commuter Student $14.00 

Other Fees 

Late Registration Fee $20.00 

Service Charge for Dishonored Check 
(depending on amount of check) up to $50.00 

On-Campus Housing 

Per Six-Week Session $578.04 

Audits 

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

Although changes in fees and charges ordinarily will be 
announced in advance, the university reserves the right to make 
such changes without prior announcement. 

Determination of In-State Status for 
Admission and Tuition 

The deadline for meeting all requirements for an in-state status 
and for submitting all documents for reclassification is the last day 
of late registration of the semester for which the student wishes to 
be classified as an in-state student. 
Deadline for Summer Session I: June 6, 1997 
Deadline for Summer Session II: July 18, 1997 
For further information, contact the Residency Classification Office, 
0405B Marie Mount Hall, University of Maryland. C ollege Park. 
MD 20742, or call (301) 405-2030. 



Payment 

There are lour ways you can pay your bill: 
O Mail-In Payment 
© Phone-in Payment 
Fax-In Payment 
O In-Person Payment 

Please note: 

AH bills arc due according to the Payment Due Schedule, page 
10. Payment is due by the specified dates whether or not a 
bill is received by the student If bills are not paid by the due 
date, course registration will be canceled. 

O Mail-in Payment 

(should accompany Mail-in Registration) 
With Mail-in Payment you can pay by: 

Visa, Mastercard or Discover card 

or 
Check or Money Order 

All checks or money orders should be made payable to 

the L niversit) ol Maryland for the exact amount due. 

Write your social security number on the check. 
Mail your payment to 

Office of the Bursar 

Lee Building 

University ol Mar) land 

College Park, MD 20742- 5 I i I 

%j Phone-In/MARS Payment 

Payments lor student accounts can be made by calling MARS at 
(301) 403-0500. Registration charges are posted nightly to the 
Bursar's system. To pay by phone, call MARS on the day after you 
register, but no later than the bill payment due date. (See the 
Payment Due Schedule, on page 10.) 

With Phone-in Payment, you can pay by: 

Visa, Mastercard, or Discover card 

© Fax-In Payment 

(should accompany Fax-in Registration) 

[b fax in your paynu m 

Fax the following information: 

□ Student Name 
J Student ID Number 

□ Credit Card Type (Visa, Ma 
or Discover card) 

□ Account Number 

Fax to (3011 514-9098 

With Fax-In Payment, you can pay by: 
Visa, Mastercard, oi Discover card 



J Iholdei Name 
J 1 xpiration Date 

□ Amount 

□ Signature 
J Daytime Telephone Number 



TUITION & FEES 



O In-Person Payment 



Complete the Estimated Billing Form on page 61 of this 
Catalogue and pay at the Bursars Office Cashier in room 1 1 15 of 
the Lee Building 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday 

See the Payment Due Schedule, below. 

With In-Person Payment, you can pay by: 

Check or Money Order 

All checks or money orders should be made payable to 
the University of Maryland for the exact amount due. You 
must write your social security number on the check. 

or 

Visa, Mastercard or Discover card 

Refer to the credit card information requested on the 
Estimated Billing Form 



PAYMENT DUE SCHEDULE 

Summer Session payments are due according to 
the following schedule. Failure to pay by the 
due dates will result in the cancellation of 
registration in classes. 

Summer Session 1 



If you register 

March 31 -April 25 

April 26-May 18 
May 19-May 26 
May 27-June 1 

June 2-June 6* 
*late registration fee 



Payment is Due by: 

May 15 

May 19 

May 27 

June 2 

(first day of classes) 

June 6 



Summer Session II 



If you register 

March 31 -May 23 
May 24-June 29 
June 30-July 6 
July 7-July 13 

July 14-18* 
*late registration fee 



Payment is Due by: 

June 16 

June 30 

July 7 

July 14 

(first day of classes) 

July 18 



Session II course charges will appear 
on the Bursar's May bill. 



Other Payment Information 
Summer Financial Aid 

In general, funds for summer financial aid are 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. If there are any funds available from these 
programs, they are awarded to students who are graduating in 
August 1997. Students who have not used all their Pell Grant or 
Stafford Loan eligibility for the current school year may use their 
remaining eligibility during the summer term. Tuition and fees for 
summer school courses are due in full before classes start (see 
Payment Due Schedule, in box). Any summer financial aid will be 
credited after tuition and fees are due and will serve as a reim- 
bursement to the student. 

All students requesting summer financial aid must have a 
1996-97 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file 
in the University of Maryland at College Park Financial Aid Office. 
Additionally, all requested documents must have been returned to 
the Financial Aid Office. If you have ever attended any other post- 
secondary institution you must request a Financial Aid Transcript 
(FAT) from each previous institution regardless of whether or not 
financial aid was received. 

A separate Summer Financial Aid application must also be 
filed to request funding for the summer sessions. Applications will 
be available from the Student Financial Services Center, 1 135 Lee 
Building, after February 3, 1997. Applications should be filed as 
soon as possible, but no later than April 1, 1997, for funds to be 
available at the start of summer sessions. In addition, in order to 
be eligible for any financial aid for the summer term, undergrad- 
uate students must register for at least six (6) credits. Graduate 
students must register for at least six (6) credits or 24 graduate 
units. Once your eligibility has been determined, a Summer 
Financial Aid Notification will be mailed to your summer address. 

Late Payment Fee 

Students who fail to pay the balance due on their accounts are 
subject to a late fee of 5% of the outstanding balance or $10.00, 
whichever is greater 

Delinquent Accounts 

Current or returning students will not be permitted to complete reg- 
istration until all financial obligations to the university, including 
library fines, parking violation assessments and other penalty fees 
and service charges are paid in full. Students who fail to settle their 
account by the appropriate due date may have their registration can- 
celed. The university sends bills to students for other financial oblig- 
ations, e.g. parking tickets, library fines, etc., on a regular basis. A 
copy of the bill may be obtained from the Bursars Office, 1135 Lee 
Building, Monday through Friday, from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. 

In accordance with state law, the accounts of delinquent stu- 
dents are referred to the State Central Collections Unit in 
Baltimore for collection and legal follow-up. Costs incurred in col- 
lecting delinquent accounts are charged to the student. Collection 
costs are normally 17% plus any attorney and/or court fees. 
Maryland law allows the central collection unit to block issuance 
of Maryland state income tax refunds for individuals with delin- 
quent accounts. In addition, the state of Maryland has imple- 
mented a system whereby unpaid parking tickets issued on state 
property may result in the withholding of motor vehicle tags until 
such time as the tickets are paid. 

No degree will be conferred, nor any diploma, certificate, or 
transcript of record issued to a student who has not made satis- 
factory settlement of his or her account. 



PAYMENT INFORMATION 



PAYMENT DUE SCHEDULE 



Refund of Tuition 

The following chart indicates the percentage of tuition relund that 
will be credited upon withdrawal from Summer Sessions. 



REFUND Of TUITION 


SESSION 1 


SESSION II 


Cancel registration with 1 00% refund 


May 30 


July 1 1 


Withdrawal from all courses: 






Withdraw with 70% refund 


June 6 


July 18 


Withdraw with 50% refund 


June 1 3 


July 25 


Withdraw with 20% refund 


June 20 


August 1 


Withdraw with 0% refund 


July 11 


August 22 


Drop a course with 1 00% refund 


May 30 


July 11 


Drop a course with 70% refund 


June 6 


July 18 



Special Workshops and Institutes 

Reference to additional or alternative fees may be found under 
individual listings for Special Workshops and Institutions. 
Because special planning based upon the number of regis- 
trants is required, and because applicant screening and/or 
auditioning may be required, most of the special fee programs 
require an extra charge after a specified registration period 
and only a partial refund for late withdrawal. No refunds will 
be granted on or after the first day of any program which is 
less than the standard six-week terms in length. In each case, 
campus housing will be available at additional charge. The 
university reserves the right to cancel programs due to insuf- 
fi( ten! enrollment 

The standard tuition and fee schedule applies for all credit 
registrations unless otherwise noted. 



To obtain a relund or a credit balance on his or her University 
account, a student may request the action in writing. This can 

be done by (1) addressing a letter to Office of the Bursar, Univi I it) 
of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, or (2) completing a request 
for refund form available at the student counter, 113^1 ee Building 
or the Records or Current Registrations Office, First Floor, Mitchell 
Building. Refunds may also be requested by calling MARS at 403- 
0500 and choosing option "3" from the main menu. 

No credit balance is automatically refunded. Approximately 4 to 
6 weeks is required from the time a credit balance appears on the 
account and a refund request is received until a check is mailed 
from the state Treasurers Office in Annapolis. The check will be 
made payable to the student and mailed to the address request- 
ed by the student on the refund form. Refund checks will not be 
mailed to a campus address. 




PAYMENT INFORMATION 



11 



Application Procedure 

The application procedure is quick and easy. In most cases, you may 
apply and register for classes at the same time. 



UNDERGRADUATE 
STUDENTS 

(for those taking undergraduate courses) 

Visiting College Students or 
High-School Graduates 

The following application instructions pertain to you if you: 

• Are not seeking Fall 1997 undergraduate admission to the 
University of Maryland, 

• Wish to take Summer 1997 undergraduate courses 
And are: 

• Currently enrolled at another college or university* 
or 

• A college graduate 



Application 



Application Deadline for 
Summer Registration: 

Session I: May 31 
Session II: July 1 2 



Admissions Deadline for 
Entering Degree Programs 

Session I: May 1 
Session II: June 3 



• A high school graduate** 

* First-time students from other colleges 
and universities must be in good standing 
at their parent institution. It is the student's 
responsibility to verify with the parent insti- 
tution that credits earned at Maryland are 
acceptable at that institution. 

**Only high school graduates with a grade- 
point average of 2.0 or higher will be 
admitted for Summer Session. 

NOTE. If you are a teacher seeking certifi- 
cation for professional advancement, you 
must apply for Summer 1997 even if you 
previously attended summer sessions at the 
University of Maryland at College Park. 
Contact the Department of Cuniculum and 
Instruction for appropriate permissions. 

Application Instructions: 

1) Complete the Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student 
Application on page 63. 

2) Send it, along with a non-refundable $45.00 application fee, to: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 
Summer Session Application 
Mitchell Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 

Once your application is processed by the Office of Under- 
graduate Admissions (usually the same day it is received), you 
may register for summer classes by phone (using MARS), by mail, 
via fax, or in person (see page 6-7). You may also send your 



Registration along wiih your Application by mail, fax, or in person. 

Questions? 

Call Undergraduate Admissions at (301) 314-8385. 

Current High School Students 

The following application instructions pertain to you if you: 

• Are not seeking Fall 1997 undergraduate admission to the 
University of Maryland, 

• Wish to take Summer 1997 undergraduate courses. 
And 

• Are currently enrolled in high school (entering your junior or 
senior year in Fall 1997) 

Application Instructions: 

1) Complete a regular undergraduate application for admission, 
available from the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Mark 
question 13 on this application as follows: "Non-degree seeking 
special student" and "Concurrent - attend part-time while 
enrolled in high school." Wnte-in "Summer 1997" for question 
11. Only high school students with grade point 
averages of 3.0 or higher will be admitted for 
summer session. 

2) Send it with a non-refundable $45.00 appli- 
cation fee and an official copy of your high 
school transcript to: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 
Summer Session Application 
Mitchell Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 



3) For Summer 1997 admission only, the follow- 
ing documents are not required: counselor rec- 
ommendation, SAT or ACT scores, and the essay. 



Once your application is processed by the Office 
of Undergraduate Admissions (usually the same 
day it is received), you may register for summer 
classes by phone (using MARS), by mail, via fax, 
or in person (see pages 6-7). You may also send your Registration 
along with your Application by mail, fax, or in person. 

Questions? Call Undergraduate Admissions at (301) 314-8385. 

University of Maryland at College 
Park Students 

No application is required for students who wish to take 
Summer 1997 undergraduate courses only and are: 

• Current students in good standing at the University of 
Maryland at College Park 

or 

• Spring 1997 graduates of the University of Maryland at College Park 



12 



APPLICATION PROCEDURE 



• Newly admitted Fall 1997 students, 
or 

• Students who withdrew or were academically dismissed from 
Spring 1997 classes at Maryland. (NOTE: In order to enroll for 
Fall 1997, however, these students must apply for reinstatement 
through the Office of Reenrollmem, 01 17 Mitchell Building I 

To register, follow the procedures on pages 6-7 of this 
catalogue. Current students must present their University photo 
I.D.; newly admitted students must present their letter of admis- 
sion for Fall 1997. 

Former University of Maryland at 
College Park Students 

If you are a former Maryland student who: 

• Did not attend Spring 1997 classes, 

• Wish to take Summer 1997 undergraduate courses. 
And 

• Were in good standing, on academic warning, or unsatisfacto- 
ry progress, and did not withdraw your last semester then you 
must apply for readmission through the Office of Reenroll- 
mem, 0117 Mitchell Building, before registenng for summer 
classes. 

or 

• Withdrew or were academically dismissed from the University 
before Spring 1997, then you must apply for reinstatement 
through the Office of Reenrollmem, 0117 Mitchell Building; 

or 

• attended as a "Term Only" registrant, then you must apply 
using the Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student 
Application on page 63 of this catalogue. Send it without an 
application fee to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 
Summer Session Application, Mitchell Building, University of 
Maryland, College Park, MD 20742. Once your application is 
processed by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions (usually 
the same day it is received), you may register for summer classes. 

prospective degree students 

If you do not fit into one of the categories above, and you want to 
take courses as part of a College Park degree program, you must 
apply to the University of Maryland and meet the standards of 
admission. 

Applications for all undergraduate degree programs are available from: 
Office of Undergraduate Admissions 
Mitchell Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 

If you are unsure if this is your status, call the Summer Sessions 
office at 1-800-71 1-UMCP or (301) 405-6551. 

GRADUATE STUDENTS 

Non-degree Graduate Students 

If you wish to earn graduate credit without enrolling in a degree 
program, you can enroll for the summer as an Advanced Special 
Student. If you are subsequently accepted by a College Park pro- 
gram for degree or certificate study, you may transfer up to 6 cred- 
its earned as an Advanced Special Student, pending the approval 
of the department faculty. 

If you are enrolling at College Park for the first time, you need to: 

• Complete the Visiting Graduate Summer Student Application 
on page 65. 



• Submit a non-refundable application fee ($50.00 U.S. citizens 
and permanent residents; $70.00 international applicants) 

• Meet one of the following criteria: 

• Hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited insti- 
tution with an overall "B" (3.0) average. Official transcript is 
required. 

• Hold a master's or doctoral degree from a regionally accredited 
institution. Official transcript is required. 

• Hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited insti- 
tution and have at least four years of post-baccalaureate work or 
professional experience. Official transcript is required 

• Hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited insti- 
tution and achieve a score above the 50th percentile in the 
Graduate Record Examination (GRE), the Miller Analogies Test, 
or the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). Official 
transcript and test scores are required. 

If you have previously enrolled as an Advanced Special Student, 
your graduate application is valid lor five years. If it is no longer 
valid, you must complete the Visiting Graduate Summit 
Student Application on page 65. In this case, another applica- 
tion fee is not required. 

Graduate Students from 
Other Universities 

• If you are a student at a university or college other than those 
in the University of Maryland System, complete the Visiting 
Graduate Summer Student Application on page 65 and submit 
it with a non-refundable application fee of $50.00 for I 

zens and permanent residents or $70.00 for international appli- 
cants, and a letter of permission from your parent institution. 

• If you are a student at another institution in the University ol 
Maryland System, no application is required for registration. 
You must complete an intercampus registration form, available 
from the graduate school dean at your parent institution, and 
obtain the necessary authorizations from both your parent 
campus and at the University of Maryland at College Park 
Office of Intercampus Enrollment, 1108 Mitchell Building. 

University of Maryland 
Graduate Students 

• If you are a current student in good standing, no application is 
required for registration. 

• 11 you are a graduate student whose time limit has expired, con- 
tact your academic advisor to discuss an extension. 

• If you wish to change your major or department or degree 
requirements, you must file a regular Graduate School 
Application and fill departmental requirements and deadlines. 

Prospective Degree Students 

• If you wish to begin your degree program in the Summer 
Sessions, you must file a regular Graduate School Admissions 
Form and meet departmental requirements and deadlines. A 
non-refundable application fee of $50.00 for U.S. citizens 
and permanent residents or $70.00 for international appli- 
cants is required. You may wish to register for summer cours- 
es as a non-degree -seeking student until your admittance into 
the degree program. 

• Applications for all graduate degree programs are available from: 

Graduate Admissions 
Lee Building, 2nd Floor 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 



APPLICATION PROCEDURE 



Summer Institute Students 

Application for Summer Institutes is usually made through the 
Director of the Institute. Contact the director of the program. 
Application does not require a transcript. 

International Students 

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student on an F-l 

(student) or J-l visa, and you wish to attend the University of 
Maryland at College Park for Summer Sessions only, you must 
present a letter from the dean or chair of the academic depart- 
ment at the college or university you are currently attending. 
The letter should state that the institution is aware that you are 
applying to the University of Maryland's Summer Sessions and 
will be returning to the parent institution in the fall term. 
International students must be enrolled in an academic program 
at another degree-granting institution to be admitted to Summer 
Sessions. English as a Second Language programs do not apply 
Non-native speakers of English must present a TOEFL score. A 
score of 575 or higher (with no sectional score below 50) and a 
TWE score of 4 or better will qualify for full admission. 
Undergraduate international students must pay a non-refund- 
able application fee of $65.00. 

International students on F-I visas who wish to begin their 
studies at the university on a full-time, degree-seeking basis must 
apply lor the fall semester through the Offices of Undergraduate 
Admissions or the Graduate School and meet all conditions and 
requirements. Students accepted to the university for the fall 
semester may use their letter of admission to enroll in coursework 
otfered during the Summer Sessions. Graduate students should 
contact the Graduate School before registering. 

Questions? Call International Education Services at (301) 314-7740. 



Academic Credit 

The semester hour is the unit of credit. Dunng the summer sessions, 
a 3-credn course may meet five times a week for six weeks, with 
each class period meeting for 80 minutes in length. Courses that 
meet two or three times a week will have longer class sessions 

College Park students who are matnculated as candidates for degrees 
will be given credit toward the appropnate degree for satisfactory com- 
pletion of summer courses. Each student is responsible for determining 
the applicability of courses selected to the degree program and is urged 
to consult with a summer academic advisor. 

All students enrolled for credit will receive an official grade for each 
course. 

Full-Time Status. For undergraduate students enrollment in courses 
totaling six semester hours of academic credit will be defined as full-time 
status for one summer session. Enrollment for six semester hours of aca- 
demic credit in each of the two summer sessions will be defined as full- 
time enrollment for the summer. 

For graduate students, enrollment for academic credit totaling 24 
graduate units will be defined as full-time enrollment for one summer ses- 
sion. Academic credit totaling 24 graduate units in each of the two sum- 
mer sessions will be defined as full-time enrollment for the summer. 
000-399 courses carry 2 units per credit hour 
400-499 courses carry 4 units per credit hour 
500-599 courses carry 5 units per credit hour 
600-898 courses carry 6 units per credit hour 
799 research courses carry 12 units per credit hour 
899 research courses carry 1 8 units per credit hour 



Maximum Load 

Undergraduate students may not enroll for more than eight credit hours 
of academic credit in one summer session. Normally, graduate students 
should not enroll for more than six semester hours. Course loads above 
these maximums require approval of the college dean. 

Degree Candidates 

All students who expect to complete requirements for degrees dunng ihe 
summer should complete application for graduation during registration 
at the summer session in which the degree will be completed. 
Applications should be filed at the Registrations Office, Ground Floor, 
Mitchell Building, no later than July 21 for degrees to be awarded as of 
August 23. 1997. August graduates are invited to participate in the com- 
mencement ceremonies held in December, and will be included in the 
commencement program for that date. 

Audit 

A student may register to audit a course or courses in which space is 
available. Tuition and fees are the same as when taken for credit. The 
notation AUD is placed on the transcnpt for each course audited. 

Pass/Fail Option 

Undergraduate students who have completed 30 or more semester hours 
with a GPA of at least 2.0 (15 of which must have been completed at 
UMCP) may register on a pass/fail basis if the course offers a pass/fail 
option The course must be elective to the student's program and not used 
to meet general education requirements, major requirements, or gateway 
requirements for admission to limited enrollment programs or when re- 
registering for a course. Only one course per semester or summer session 
may be taken pass/fail 

Final Examinations 

All final examinations must be held on the last day of classes of each 
summer session. No final examination shall be given at a time other than 
the last day of classes without permission of the department chair. 

A final examination wall be given in every undergraduate course. 
Exceptions may be made with the wntten approval of the chair of the 
department and the dean. 

Code of Academic Integrity 

All students are expected to 'adhere to the provisions of the Code of 
Academic Integnty as set forth in the Undergraduate Catalogue. Copies of 
the Code may be obtained from the Student Honor Council in room 2118 
Mitchell Building, telephone 314-8450. 

Academic Dishonesty 

Academic dishonesty is a serious offense which may result in suspension 
or expulsion from the university. The normal sanction for academic dis- 
honesty is a grade of "XF" denoting "failure due to academic dishonesty." 
That grade will normally be recorded on the transcripts of students found 
responsible for acts of academic dishonesty in addition to any other action 
taken (e.g., suspension or expulsion). 

Protection of Privacy 

The University of Maryland adheres to a policy of compliance with the 
Family Educational Rights and Pnvacy Act (Buckley Amendment). As 
such, it is the policy of the University (1) to permit students to inspect 
their education records, (2) to limit disclosure to others of personally 
identifiable information from education records without students' prior 
written consent, and (3) to provide students the opportunity to seek cor- 
rection of their education records where appropnate. A complete state- 
ment of the university policy and procedures is contained in the 
Undergraduate Catalogue. 



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APPLICATION PROCEDURE/ACADEMIC CREDIT 



On-Campus Housing 



Students are encouraged to live in the University's on-campus 
apartments. Early reservation for Summer Session housing is 
advised. Room reservation procedures are discussed in the 
Summer 1997 Residence Halls Agreement, located on page 72 
of this Catalogue. This Agreement and accompanying instructions 
should be carefully read and understood before the Agreement is 
returned and financial obligation is incurred. There is no on-cam- 
pus housing for spouses, children or other family members. 

For Summer Sessions, rooms are available the day before the 
start of Session I classes until the day final examinations are com- 
pleted for Session II. For an extra fee, spring semester campus res- 
idents who register for Session I may be permitted to move direct- 
ly from spring room assignments to Summer Sessions assign- 
ments, according to procedures and a calendar established by the 
Department of Resident Life. 

Most rooms are doubles, to be shared with one other student 
Single rooms are assigned by lottery; students whose Summer 
Agreements are received by April 18 are eligible for this lottery. 

Apartments for 4-6 students are air conditioned, carpeted, 
fully furnished, and equipped with full kitchens. All utilities are 
included. No pets. 

Each student is provided a twin-size bed, mattress, dresser, 
desk and chair, pnvate telephone line, and separate data line 
Telephone set, desk lamp, cooking utensils, pillow, linens, all 
other personal and household effects and room accessories are not 
provided. Coin-operated laundry and vending services are avail- 
able in an adjacent 24-hour community center. There is ample 
adjacent parking, which requires a $27 University permit. 

Inquines regarding Summer Session housing are welcome at 
Department of Resident Life, 2100 Annapolis Hall, University of 
Maryland, College Park, MD 20742; 

(301)314-2100; 

Fax: (301) 314-9750; 

E-mail: reshfe@umdacc.umd.edu. 



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On-Campus Housing Schedule 

Friday, April 18 

Submission of Summer 1997 Residence Halls Agreement is 
encouraged to meet prionty deadline for single room lottery and 
other housing requests. 

Monday, May 12 

Deadline for release from Summer 1997 Residence Halls 
Agreement for Session I without financial obligation; written can- 
cellation must be received by Resident Life. 

Sunday, June 1 

Residence halls open 10am for Session 1 residents to claim room 

assignments. 

Monday, June 2 

Room assignments not claimed by 12 noon are forfeited and "no- 
show" cancellation charge equal to two weeks' housing cost 
($192.68) is assessed. 

Monday, June 23 

Deadline foj release from Summer 1997 Residence Hall 
Agreement for Session II without linancial obligation; written can- 
cellation must be received by Resident Life. ' 

Friday, July 11 

Residents not remaining in residence halls for Summer Session 11 
must vacate before 7 pm 

Sunday, July 13 

Residence halls open 10am for Summer Session II students to 
claim room assignments. 

Monday, July 14 

Room assignments not claimed by 12 noon are forfeited and "no- 
show" cancellation charge equal to two weeks' housing cost 
($192.68) is assessed. 

Friday, August 22 

All residents must vacate their summer assignments before 7pm; 
no later stays can be permitted. 

Conference, Guest, and Intern 
Housing 

Maryland's Conference and Visitor Services staff coordinates on- 
campus arrangements for conferences and special programs dur- 
ing the summer. This office can assist in planning lodging, meal 
and meeting room needs, as well as provide registration services 
and complete meeting arrangements. 

Individual lodging accommodations are also available 
through Conference and Visitor Services for visiting faculty and 
lecturers, summer interns or other persons associated with special 
programs who are not enrolled Summer Session students. 

Accommodations, rates and reservation processes vary 
depending on length of stay and type of program. For more infor- 
mation about these services, contact Conference and Visitor 
Services, Universit) ol Maryland, 0101 Annapolis Hall, College 
Park, MD 20742. (301) M4-7884, Fax (301) 314-6693. 



ON-CAMPUS HOUSING 



Campus life 



Dining Services 

Dining Services offers several meal plan options and a variety of 
services to meet the tastes and schedules of the entire campus 
community. Thirty-five different dining locations are convenient- 
ly located in all areas of the campus, and are open hours that fit 
anyone's schedule. Menu offerings rage from freshly prepared sal- 
ads and made-to-order sandwiches at the University Dairy, delec- 
table desserts and Starbucks Coffee at our Stamp Union "Coffee 
Bar," UMD ice cream at The Student Union food court, to a full 
meal at "Adele's," our table-service restaurant also located in the 
Union. For a complete listing of all of our dining options, please 
call (301) 314-8602 and ask for our informative publication 
"Dining On Campus." Dining Services looks forward to serving 
anyone who is looking for a memorable dining experience. 

Terrapin Express 

All students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to use Terrapin 
Express to make purchases at selected operation on campus. A 
declining-balance debit card, Terrapin Express can be used at 
all Dining Services-operated facilities, as well as (to name only 
a few): The University Book Center, Tawes Theater, WAM and 
OWL Computer Labs, Reprographic Services, and the Health 
Center, and selected vending machines on campus. 

University Book Center 

The Book Center is located in the lower level of the Stamp Student 
Union and offers a complete selection of required and recom- 
mended textbooks and a wide array of course-related materials. 
The Book Center also stocks a broad selection of general books of 
both academic and popular interest, a large selection of technical 
and reference books, computers, software, school and office sup- 
plies, cards and gift items, and University of Maryland insignia 
clothing. Call 314-BOOK for more information. 

Shuttle-UM Service 
Commuter Service 

College Park Metro route will operate Monday through Friday, 
6:40am-7:40pm, every day except May 26 (Memorial Day 
observed) and July 4 (Independence Day). All University stu- 
dents, faculty, staff and guests are welcome; no ID or fare is 
required. Limited commuter service will be provided on 
Spnnghill Lake and Queens Chapel routes as a pilot program for 
summer 1997. This service will operate Monday through Friday 
only when classes are in session. 

For more information, call Shuttle-UM at 314-2255 or visit 
the Office of Commuter Affairs in room 1195, Stamp Student 
Union. Route hours will be determined in the spnng. 

Security Service 

On campus, evening security service will operate from June 1 to 
August 22. Hours for the fixed routes are 7:00 pm until 1 1:00 pm. 
Call-A-Ride hours are from 7:00 pm until 2:00 am. For more 
information, call Shuttle-UM at 314-2255. 



Parking 

All students who plan to park on campus must register for a park- 
ing permit through the Department of Campus Parking, Ground 
Floor, Parking Garage 2, University of Maryland, College Park, 
MD 20742, or call (301) 314-PARK. Students must present their 
STUDENT ID. CARD and complete an application. Office hours 
are Monday-Thursday 8:15am to 5:00pm, and Fnday 8:15am to 
4:00pm 

Parking permits issued to current students for the 1996-97 
academic year will be honored for the 1997 Summer Sessions. 
For new students or continuing students who did not previously 
register for a parking permit, there will be a registration fee of 
$27.00 for campus resident students and $14.00 for commuter 
students, which must be paid to the Department of Campus 
Parking at the time of registration (see Tuition and Fees). 

Students who display their parking permit may park in lots 
1, 2, 4, 11, and 16. The lettered lots are reserved for faculty and 
staff members. University parking regulations prohibit the park- 
ing of motor vehicles on any campus road, fire lane, unpaid 
meters, or disabled spaces. These regulations are enforced by the 
Department of Campus Parking and the Police Department. 

Bicycle and Moped Parking 

Mopeds and bicycles need not be registered, but must be parked 
in bicycle racks provided on campus. If parked elsewhere or if 
they obstruct other vehicles or pedestrians, bikes and mopeds are 
subject to impoundment 

Disabled Parking 

All persons associated with the university (including those dis- 
playing a state disabled permit or tag) must purchase and display 
a UMCP-DCP parking permit for the current year. Your UMCP- 
DCP parking permit and State Disabled permit or State Disabled 
license plate must be displayed in order to use campus spaces for 
the disabled, unpaid parking meters or any un-gated lot assign- 
ment spaces on campus except for service and courier spaces. 

Only persons awarded disabled parking privileges are autho- 
rized to park in these special parking areas. Family members dri- 
ving these vehicles must utilize their assigned parking lot(s). 

Motor Assistance Vehicle 

The MAV vehicle is available to students who need assistance with 
jump starts, tire inflations, lockouts and gasoline transportation. 
Call 314-4CAR for assistance. Hours of operation vary based on 
seasonal requirements. 

Libraries 

Libranes of the campus are the Theodore R. McKeldin Library 
(the main library), the Architecture Library, Art Library, the White 
Memorial Chemistry Library, Engineering and Physical Sciences 
Library, and R. Lee Hornbake Library (containing the undergrad- 
uate library, Nonpnnt Media Services, and the Music Library). 

The Libraries have a total book collection of almost 2.3 mil- 
lion volumes and currently receive 18,675 serials. In addition, the 
libranes contain over 4.8 million microforms; over 790,000 U.S., 
state, and international government documents; two million tech- 



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meal reports; over 130,000 cassettes, records and tapes; and over 
205,000 maps. Bibliographical facilities include national bibli- 
ographies of many foreign countries, access to online resources 
such as First Search, the UMS Victor online catalogue, and over 
120 automated reference sources. 

Special collections include the Katherine Anne Porter Room, 
East Asia collection, Marylandia, industrial and craft union files, 
music education association files, the International Piano 
Archives, the Gordon Prange Collection, National Trust for 
Historic Preservation Collection, the National Public 
Broadcasting Archives, and numerous sets of microreprodiu til ins 
of rare books, early and rare journals, archives and manuscripts. 

Book lockers are available to faculty members and graduate 
students in the McKeldin Library. Facilities for microform reading, 
photocopying, ordenng online database searches, reading reserve 
matenal and arranging interlibrary loans are available in all 
libraries. Anyone is welcome to use the libraries' resources on site, 
and UM students, faculty and staff may borrow circulating items. 

Computer Services 

Academic Information Technology Services offers a series of 
non-credit microcomputer training classes scheduled during 
evening hours. Classes in the use of workstations (e.g., IBM, 
UNIX and Macintosh microcomputers) are designed to be a 
hands-on expenence for those who wish to use a computer to do 
their class assignments and work. 

The classes include: 

Introduction to Windows 

Introductory and Intermediate WordPerfect Windows 

Introductory and Intermediate Excel Windows 

Introduction to Macintosh 

Microsoft Word 

Internet Technologies 

Mathematica 

Pagemaker 

Introductory and Intermediate Unix 

Introductory and Intermediate HTML 

Web Technology and Search Strategies 

Introduction to Using Your WAM Account 

Instructors are computer experienced students. Courses begin in 
June. Students may register for classes or pick up schedules in 
Room 1400 Computer and Space Sciences Building, University of 
Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, or call (301) 405-2941 for 
scheduling information. The non-refundable registration fee is 
$5.00 per class. 

Career Center 

The Career Center assists students in finding employment 
and preparing for meaningful careers. Staff of the center 
teach, advise, and counsel students to make career decisions 
about academic majors, work and further education. Through 
its Student Employment Center (SEC), the Center helps 
students connect their employment and classroom experiences. 
For Information, call 314-7225 or, visit our webpage at 
www.careercenter.umd.edu/ 

Career Counseling 

Career counselors assist students in identifying careers and majors 
suited to their interests and skills, and in helping students to inte- 
grate academic learning with ]ob opportunities and career goals 
Counselors are available during walk-in hours for brief consulta- 
tions or by appointment 



Career and Employment Resource Room 

The Resource Room provides information and guidance for 
exploring careers, seeking jobs, and planning graduate study You 
can access material on career exploration, listings of job vacancies, 
employer and graduate school information, job-seeking guides, 
and an interactive computerized career guidance system. 

Credentials Service 

Credentials are a students permanent professional record includ- 
ing letters of recommendation, student teaching evaluations, and 
background information Any Maryland undergraduate, graduate 
student, or alumnus may establish a file to support applications 
for graduate and professional schools (law, medicine, dentistry, 
etc.) and/or employment. All teacher education majors are 
required to establish a credential file. 

TERP Online: 

Students can register for TERP Online to access Job Listings, On- 
Campus Interviewing, and Resume Referral as well as information 
on job fairs. View a guest-version of TERP Online at 
http://www.careercenter.umd.edu/. 

Part-time Jobs: 

The SEC assists students in locating and secunng part-time, tem- 
porary and summer jobs. Interested students are encouraged to 
register for TERP Online. Note: Students eligible for Federal Work 
Study/Community Service positions should contact the Office of 
Student Financial Aid. 

Internships: 

The SEC helps students locate internships in private business, 
government, and non-profit organizations. Interested students are 
encouraged to view the Centers "Earn While You Learn" video 
and to register for TERP Online 

Cooperative Education (Co-op): Co-op students who are regis- 
tered for TERP Online can have their resume sent directly to 
employers seeking to hire UMCP students. Interested students are 
encouraged to view the Centers "Earn While You Learn" video 
and to register for TERP Online. 

Experiential Learning Courses - Courses Numbered 386: Some 
internships and cooperative education placements are eligible for 
academic credit. Students may earn 3-6 credits for this course. 
The Campus Senate has established the following regulations gov- 
erning credit for 386: 

• To be eligible a student must have earned 56 credits, includ- 
ing 12 at UMCP and 3 in the department in which credit is to 
be awarded. 

• The course may be taken by permission of a faculty member. 
if it is a departmental option and m accordance with depart- 
mental internship policies 



The course may be taken 
for a letter grade or pass/fail. 

386 is a variable credil 
course. Students may earn 
from 3 to 6 credits unless 
otherwise stipulated by 

departmental policies 

The numbei ol credits earned depends on the number of 
hours worked it the site plus time spent on completing pro- 
jects as stipulated in the 1 earning Proposal 



Questions? 



Call Summer Sessions 

at (301) 405-6551 

or 1-800-71 1-UMCP 



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• 386 may be taken only once in any given department. 

• 386 may be taken in only one department per semester. 

• 386 may be taken for a maximum of 12 credits as part of an 
undergraduate program. 

In order to earn credit, students must secure a faculty sponsor and 
complete a learning proposal. The sponsor must be a faculty 
member in the department in which the student wishes to earn 
credit. That department must be logically related to the work 
expenence. The Learning Proposal is a one-page contract that 
spells out the nature of the expenence, specific responsibilities, 
supervision, method of evaluation, learning objectives and con- 
tact with faculty sponsor. The Learning Proposal must be signed 
by the student, the on-site supervisor and the faculty sponsor and 
be submitted to the Career Center for approval. Students will not 
be permitted to register for 386 without this approval. 

Engineering Majors Note: for Part-time, Internship, and 
Cooperative Education positions, contact the Engineering Co-op 
and Career Services office at 405-3863. 

Full-time Jobs: 

Full-time jobs are available to graduating students and recent 
alumni. The SEC hosts over 400 employers through On-Campus 
Interviewing annually. To take advantage of these services, stu- 
dents are required to register for TERP Online. Note: On-Campus 
Interviewing is available to recent alumni for one semester after 
graduation. 

Business Majors Note: For part-time, internship, cooperative edu- 
cation,, and full-time positions contact the Undergraduate 
Business Career Services office at 405-7103. 

Counseling Center 

The Counseling Center, located in the Shoemaker Building, pro- 
vides free and confidential counseling services to all UMCP stu- 
dents. The Center provides personal counseling for numerous 
issues, including personal/social issues, career counseling, acade- 
mic skills counseling, support groups, and more. Counseling 
appointments are available Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am - 
9:00 pm, and Friday, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm. Walk-in counseling is 
available to minority students every day form 3:00-4:00 pm. To 
schedule an appointment, call 314-7651 or stop by the Shoemaker 
Building. Or visit the web site at http://www.inform.umd.edu/ 
Campusinfo/Departments/Counseling. 

Counseling Center Services Include: 

Personal/Social Counseling 

You can meet with a professional counselor to discuss concerns 
related to personal and social well-being, including self-esteem, 
stress, relationship issues, sex, family problems, and loneliness. 
Individual counseling is available as well as counselor-led support 
groups. Call 314-7651. 

Career Counseling 

These professional services help determine which careers best suit 
your personal values and interests. Call 314-7651. 

Academic Skills Counseling 

Enhance such skills as reading, writing, note-taking, learning 
science and math material, and statistics. Call 314-7693. 



Workshops and Group Counseling 

Each semester the Counseling Center offers weekly support 
groups addressing a variety of topics, such as career exploration, 
procrastination prevention, and stress management. 
Call 314-7651. 

Support for Students with 
Disabilities 

The Center provides a range of services for students with disabil- 
ities, including help in locating interpreters for the deaf or hard- 
of-hearing; readers for visually impaired students, blind students, 
and students with learning disabilities; and assistance with access 
to various buildings and facilities on campus. If you are a new or 
returning student, contact the Disability Support Services Office 
as soon as possible. Call 314-7682 voice and TTY. 

Returning Students Program 

Designed to help returning students over 25 with the transition to 
academic life, this program offers workshops, counseling and 
publications. Call 314-7693. 

Testing Services 

The Counseling Center administers tests for counseling purposes, 
such as career interest inventories, and also administers national 
standardized tests such as the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, and 
Miller Analogies. Call 314-7688. 

Research Services 

Group and individual consultation area to assist with research 
design and statistics and writing pro|ect proposals, theses, and 
dissertations. Call 314-7687. 

Consultation and Evaluation for 
Parents and Children 

Consultation, counseling and child testing are available to assist 
parents, single parents, and their children (ages 5-141 
Call 314-7673. 

Summer Activity Cards 

A student Summer Sessions Registration ID card entitles you to 
use all recreational facilities on campus and complimentary 
tickets to the University's Rossborough Festival events during that 
Summer Session. 

Summer Activity Cards cost $12.00 and may be purchased 
for summer students' immediate family members (i.e., a spouse 
and dependent children). They are also available to faculty, staff, 
alumni, and members of the University College community. Cards 
are sold at the Campus Recreation Services window in Reckord 
Armory. Each card is valid for one summer session; during that 
session the card-holder has access to the recreational facilities on 
campus and may request complimentary tickets to the 
Rossborough Festival events. 

The activity card provides access to a full range of summer 
recreational facilities, including the pools, tennis courts, raquet- 
ball courts, and basketball courts. The Summer Activity Card also 
entitles you to participate in Intramural sports activities and aero- 
bic classes (there is a nominal additional charge for aerobics.) 



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CORE Required Courses 

These CORE courses oie offeted during Summei Sessions I ond II, 1997. Consult the 
most recent edition ol the Schedule ol Closses or llndetgroduote Catalog for CORE pro- 
gram requirements Relet to the Schedule of Classes in this catalog lor session ond 
class time information. 



CORE Fundamental Studies Courses 

ENGL 101 Introduction to Writing 

ENGI 1 01 X Introduction to Writing (English os o second language) 



ENGL 391 Advonced Composition 

ENGL 392 Advonced Composition: Pie-Low 

ENGL 393 Technical Writing 

ENGL 393X Technical Writing (English os a second longunge) 

ENGL 394 8usmess Writing 

ENGL 395 Technical Writing: Pte-Med 



MATH 1 1 Elementory Mathematical Models 

MATH 1 11 Introduction to Piobobility 

MATH 113 College Algebra with Applications 

MATH 115 Piecolculus 






CORE Distributive Studies 

NOTE: Courses noted "(D)" also meet the CORE Diversity Requirement. 



Humanities and the Arts 







CHIN 213 


Chinese Poetry into English: An Introduction (D) 


CIAS 170 


Greek ond Roman Mythology 


CM 270 


Global literature ond Social Chonge (D) 


CM 275 


Wodd Literature by Women (also os WMST 275) (D) 


ENGL 201 


Western Wodd Literature 1 


ENGL 205 


Introduction to Shakespeare 


ENGL 234 


Introduction to African-American literature (D) 


ENGL 241 


Introduction to the Novel 


ENGI 243 


Introduction to Poehy 


ENGI 244 


Introduction to Dromo 


ENGI 250 


Introduction to Literature by Women (olso os WMST 255) (D) 


ENGI 278B The American Short Story ond Its Tradition 


FREN250 


Readings in French 


H0NR 238B Masculinity in 20th Century literature ond Film 


SPAN 224 


Violence ond Resistance in the Amencos (0) 


WMS1 255 Introduction to literature by Women (also os ENGL 250) (D) 


WMST 275 Wodd literature by Women (olso os CMLT 275) (D) 


CORE H 


he Arts Courses 


ARCH 170 


Introduction to the Built Environment 


ARCH 223 


History of Non-Western Architecture (D) 


ARTH 100 


Introduction to Art 


AR1H 200 


Art of the Western World to 1300 


ARTH 201 


Art of the Western World oftei 1 300 


AR1H 290 


Art of Asia (D) 


ARTT150 


Introduction to Art Theory 


ENGL 245 


Film ond the Narrative Tradition 


MUSC 1 30 Survey of Music Literature 


MUSC 140 Music Fundamentals 1 


MUSC 210 The Impact of Music on Life (0) 


THET110 


Introduction to the Theatre 


THET 195 


Gender ond Performance (D) 


WMST 250 Introduction to Women's Studies: Women, Art, ond Culture (D) 



CORE HUMANl 1 I LA I 

AMSI 201 Introduction to Amencon Studies 
AMST 203 Populat Culture in America 
AMSI 204 Film ond Amencon Culture Studies 
FREN 203 Intermediate French 



FREN 204 Review Grammar and Composition 

GERM 201 Inletmediote Germon I 

GERM 202 Intermeduote Geimon II 

H0R1 1 60 Introduction to Landscape Architecture (also os LARC 1 60) 

KNES262 Philosophy of Sport 

LARC 1 60 Introduction to Landscape Architecture (olso os HORT 1 60) 

LING 240 Language ond Mind 

PHIL 100 Introduction to Philosophy 

PHIL 140 Contemporary Moral Issues 

SPAN 201 Inletmediote Spanish 

CORE Mathematics and the Sciences 

CORE : 

AS1R 1 00 Introduction to Asttonomy (only if token Foil 1 993 or later) 

GEOl 120 Enviionmentol Geology 

GE0L 1 23 Couses ond Implications of Global Change (also os 

GE0G/MET0/PBI0123) 
PHYS 161 General Physics: Mechanics ond Particle Dynamics 

EN1M100 Insects 

NFSC 100 Elements ol Nutrition 

PBIO 235 Environmental Sdence (formerly BOTN 211) 

CORE M 

CMSC 1 50 Introduction to Discrete Structures 

GE0G170 Mops ond Mop Use 

MA1H 1 1 1 Introduction to Probability 

MATH 140 Calculus I 

MATH 141 Calculus II 

MAIH220 Elementary Calculus I 

MATH 221 Elementory Calculus II 

MATH 240 Introduction to linear Algebra 

SIAI 100 Elementary Statistics ond Probability 

AS1R101 General Asttonomy 
CHEM103 General Chemistry I 
CHEM113 General Chemistry II 
GEOL 100/ 

1 1 Physical Geology ond Physical Geology Laboratory 
(must be token together) 
PHYS 121 Fundomentols ol Physics I 
PHYS 122 Fundamentals ol Physics II 

PHYS 262 General Physics Vibrations, Woves, Heat, Electricity, ond Magnetism 
PHYS 263 General Physics. Electrodynamics - 

BIOL 105 Principles of Biology I 

BIOL 106 Principles of Biology II 

CHEM 104 Fundamentals of Organic ond Biochemistry 

MICB 200 General Microbiology 

PBIO 100/ 

101 Plont Biology for Non-Science Students and laboratory in Plant 
Biology (formerly BOTN 104/105; must be token together) 

Z001 201 Humon Anatomy ond Physiology I 

Social Sciences and History 

CORE 5 L History Ci 

AASP 1 00 Introduction to Afro-Amencon Studies (0) 

AASP 202 Block Culture in the United States (0) 

ENGI 260 Introduction to Folklore 

HIST 111 The Medievol World 

HIST 113 Modern Europe: 1 789 -Present 

HIS1 1 56 History of the United States to 1 865 

HIST 1 57 History of the United States since 1 865 

HIS1 21 1 Women in Amenco since 1 880 (olso os WMST 21 1) (D) 

HIST 283 History of the Jewish People II (also as JWST 235) (D) 
H0NR 248G Social ond Group Violence in America 

JWS1 235 History of the Jewish People II (also as HIST 283) (D) 

KNES 293 History of Sport in America 



ANTH 260 Introduction to SocioaM Anthropology ond linguistic (0) 

COS 1 00 Introduction to Giminol Justice 

COS 105 Introduction to Criminology 

ECON 201 Pnndples of Economics I 

ECON 203 Principles of Economics II 

GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography 

GEOG 1 30 Developing Countries 

GVPT100 Pnnaples of Government ond Potties 

GVPT 1 70 Amencon Government 

JOUR 100 Introduction to Mass Commijnicotion 

LING 200 Introductory linguistics 

PSYC 100 Introduction to Psychology 

SOa 100 Introduction to Scxiolaay 

SOCY 1 05 Introduction to Contemporary Soool Problems 

WMST 200 Introduction to Women's Studies: Women and Sodety (D) 

CORE A 

See the 2nd edrrian Spring 1997 or 1st edrrton Fol 1997 Schedule of Oasses for detais. 

CORE C 

BMGT457 Marketing Policies and Strategies 

BMGT495 Business Policies 

CHEM399 Introduction to Oierrscal Reseorcti (must be roken for at least 3 credrrsi 

LARC 471 Project in Landscape Architecture II 

CORE 

(" indicates course is also CORE Distributive Studies) 
Diversity courses recommended lor freshmen ond sophomores (under 56 credits) 
AASP 100 Introduction to AfroAmencon Studies 
AASP 202 Block Culture in the United States" 
ANTH 260 Introduction to Soaoculturol Anthropology and linguistics' 
ARCH 223 History ol Non-Western Architecture" 
ARTH 290 Art of Asm" 

CHIN 213 Chinese Poetry into EngSsh: An Introduction- 
CMLT 270 Global literature ond Soool Change' 
CMLT 275 Wodd Literature by Women" (also as WMST 275) 
ENGI 234 Introduction to AfncorrAmencon literature' 
ENGI 250 Introduction to literature by Women" (olso as WMST 255) 
GEOG 1 30 Developing Countries" 
HIST 21 1 Women in America since 1880" (also as WMST 211) 
HIST 283 History of the Jewish People II (also as JWST 235) " 
JWST 235 History ol the Jewish People II (obo as HIST 283)" 
KNES 240 Explonng Cultural Diversity Through Movement 
MUSC 210 The Import of Musk on life" 
SPAN 224 Violence ond Resistance in the Amencas" 
THET 195 Gender ond Performance" (also as HOUR 138R) 
WMST 200 Introduction to Women's Studies: Women ond Soaety" 
WMST 250 Introduction to Women's Studies: Women. Art, and Cutrure" 
WMST 255 Introduction to literature by Women" (also as ENGI 250) 
WMST 275 World literature by Women" (otso as CM 275) 

Diversity C. 

EDCP420 Education and Racism 

ENGI 348A Literature ond Women m the Plantation Household 

ENGL 360 African, Indian and Caribbean Writers 

FMS1381 Poverty, Affluence, and Fomfcs 

GVPT 447 Islamic Political Philosophy (olso as PHIL 408) 

HIST314A Nationalism and Nation-SuMing n the Mdde East 

HITH471 Women's Health (otso as WMST 471) 

PHIL 408 Islamic Poitical Phlasaphy (also as GVPT 447) 

SOCY 325 Sociology of Gender (oho as WMST 325) 

SPCH 324 Communication and Gender 

SPCH 482 fnterairturtjl Commumartion 

WMST 325 Sociology of Gender (olso os SOCY 32S) 

WMS147I Women's Health (also as HLTH 47 1) 
USP Students should contort the Office of the Dean lor Undergraduate Studes. 2130 
Mitchell Building, Zip 5251. phone (301) 405-9363 for lets of approved USP courses. 



CORE COURSES 



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Evening Courses 
During Sessions 1 & II 


EDPA788Y 
EDSP210 
EDSP376 


EDUC X CONSTRUC OF SEXUAL ID 
INTRO TO SPECIAL ED 
FUND OF SIGN LANGUAGE 






EDSP470 


INTRO TO SPECIAL ED 






EDSP480 


MICROCOMPUTERS IN SPEC ED 


' IER it 


EDSP600 


EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 


AASP398X 


AFRICAN-AMERICAN POLITICS 


EDSP670 


RESEARCH IN SPECIAL ED 


AMST204 


FILM X AMERICAN CULTURE 


EDSP678T 


PROGRAMMING FOR HANDICAPPED INFANTS 


AMST4180 


THE VIETNAM EXPERIENCE 


ENFP489A 


NUMER MTHDS IN FIRE ENGIN 


AMST429C 


POPULAR NARRATIVE FICTION 


ENFP625 


ADVANCED FIRE MODELING 


ANTH4480 


COMPUTER GRAPHICS FOR ANTHROPOLOGY 


ENGL101 


INTRO TO WRITING 


ARCH242 


DRAWING 1 


ENGL201 


WESTERN WORLD LIT 1 


ARCH343 


DRAWING II: LINE 


ENGL 205 


INTRO TO SHAKESPEARE 


ARCH428G 


ARCHITECUTRAL HISTORY: GREAT CITIES 


ENGL234 


AFRICAN-AMERICAN LIT 


ARCH436 


HISTORY Of ISLAMIC ARCHITECHTURE 


ENGL243 


INTRO TO POETRY 


ARCH445 


VISUAL ANALYSIS OF ARCHITECTURE 


ENGL245 


FILM X NARRATIVE TRADITION 


ARHT50 


INTRO TO ART THEORY 


ENGL 250 


LIT BY WOMEN 


ARTT468B 


ISSUES CONTEMPORARY ART 


ENGL278B 


AMERICAN SHORT STORY 


8CHM261 


ELEMENTS BIOCHEMISTRY 


ENGL 312 


ROMANTIC TO MOD BRIT LIT 


BIOL222 


PRINCIPLES OFGENETICS 


ENGL313 


AMERICAN LIT 


BMGT 110 


INTRO TO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 


ENGL348A 


LIT X WOMEN IN PLANTATION 


BMGI220 


PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING 1 


ENGL391 


ADVANCED COMPOSITION 


BMGT221 


PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 


ENGL393 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


BMGT230 


BUSINESS STATISTCS 


ENGL393X 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


8MGT301 


BUS INFO SYSTEMS 8 TECH 


ENGL394 


BUSINESS WRITING 


BMGT302 


BUS COMPUTER APPLICATION PROGRAMMING 


ENGL399A 


OLD TESTAMENT AND LIT CRIT 


BMGT310 


INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 1 


ENGL433 


AMERICAN UT1914-PRESNT 


BMGT311 


INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 


ENGL444 


FEMINIST CRITICAL THEORY 


BMGT340 


BUSINESS FINANCE 


ENGL464 


AFRICANAMER FOLK X CULT 


BMGI350 


MARKETING PRINCIPLES AND ORGANIZATION 


ENGL621 


RENAISSANCE ENGLISH LIT 


BMGT 354 


PROMOTION MANAGEMENT 


ENPM808A 


ENVIRON LAW, ENGIN X SCIEN 


BMGT364 


MANAGEMENT X ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY 


ENPM808F 


APPLIED FINITE ELEM METHDS 


BMGI380 


BUSINESS LAW 1 


ENPM808H 


ADVANCED TOPICS IN HVAC 


BMGT41 1 


ETHICS X PROF. IN ACCOUNTING 


ENPM808N 


NETWORK SECURITY 


BMGT422 


AUDITING THEORY X PRACTICE 


ENRE467 


SYSTEM SAFETY ENGINEERING 


BMGT 446 


INTERNATIONAL FINANCE 


FMST487 


LEGAL ASPCTS FAM PROBS 


BMGT451 


CONSUMER ANALYSIS 


FREN103 


REVIEW OF ELEM FRENCH 


BMGT464 


ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR 


GE0G100 


INTRO TO GEOGRAPHY 


BMGT476 


APPLIED COMPUTER MODELS 


GE0G373 


COMPUTER MAPPING 


BMGT496 


BUSINESS ETHICS X SOCIETY 


GERM415 


GERM/ENGL TRANSLATION! 


BMGT501 


BUSINESS FUNCTIONS 


GERM439 


CULTURE X LANDESKUNDE 


BMGT630 


MANAGERIAL STATISTICS 1 


GVPT100 


PRINC OF GOVT X POLITIC 


BMGT? 15 


INT'L ACCOUNTING: MANAGERIAL 


GVPT241 


POLITICAL PHIL ANCIENT X MODERN 


BMGT776 


MANAGEMENT OF HI TECH R X 


HESP498A 


DEAFNESS X SIGN LANG 


CGS320 


INTRO TO CRIMINALISTICS 


HIST219G 


RACE CLASS X GENDER IN WAR FILM 


CHEM103 


GENERAL CHEMI 


HIST353 


AMER REVOLUTION 1763-1815 


CHEM113 


GENERAL CHEM II 


HIST357 


RECENT AMERICA 1945-PRESENT 


CLAS374 


GREEK TRAGEDY 


HIST410 


INTRO TO ARCHIVES 1 


CMLT270 


GLOBAL UTX SOCIAL CHANGE 


HLTH471 


WOMENS HEALTH 


EC0N201 


PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS 1 


HLTH498T 


USING TECHNOLOGY IN HLTH EDUC 


ECON203 


PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II 


H0NR238B 


MASCULINITY IN 20TH C: AM LIT X FILM 


ECON306 


INTERMED MICROECONOMIC THEORY 


J0UR400 


LAW OF MASS COMMUNICATION 


EDCI320 


C & 1 IN SEC ED: SOCIAL STDS/HIST 


JOUR440 


READINGS IN JOURNALISM UT 


EDCI390 


PRINCIPLES S METHODS OF SECONDARY ED 


J0UR451 


ADVERTISING X SOCIETY 


EDCI436 


TEACHING CROSS-CULTURAL COMM 


J0UR459C 


JOURNALISM X TEHCNOLOGY 


EDCI620 


TRENDS IN SECONDARY SOC STD 


KNEW287 


SPORT X AMER SOCIETY 


EDCP411 


PRINCIPLES OF MENTAL HEALTH 


KNES340 


COACHING ATHLETICS 


EDCP611 


CAREER DEVELOPMENT 


KNES350 


5YCH0L0GY OF SPORTS 


EDCP616 


COUNSEUNG II: THEORY X PRACTICE 


KNES498K 


CHILD X SPORT 


E0CP617 


GROUP COUNSEJNG 


LBSC621 


LIBRARY SERVICE TO THE DISADVANTAGED 


EDCP625 


COUNSEUNG CHEMICALLY DEPENDENT 


LBSC630 


LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION 


EDHD400 


INTRO TO GERONTOLGY 


LBSC708E 


MAPS AS SOURCE MATERIALS 


EDHD411 


CHILD GROWTH X DEVELOPMENT 


LBSC708S 


MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRONIC RECORDS 


EDHD413 


ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 


MUSC648 


SEMINAR IN MUSIC RESEARCH 


EDHD420 


COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT X LEARNING 


FHIL308Q 


QUEST FOR HISTORICAL JESUS 


EDHD430 


ADOLESCENT VIOLENCE 


PHIL447 


PHILOSOPHY OF LAW 


EDH0460 


EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY 


PSYC361 


SURVEY IF INDUSTRIAL X ORG PSYCH 


EDHD600 


INTRO TO HUMAN DEVELOP X CHILD STUDY 


PSYC436 


INTRO TO CLINICAL PSYCH 


EDHD701 


TRAINING THE PARENT EDUCATOR 


S0CY325 


SOCIOLOGY Of GENDER 


EDH0721 


LEARNING THEORY & EDUCATIVE PROCESS 1 


SPAN311 


ADV CONVERSATION 1 


E0MS645 


QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS 1 


SPCH107 


SPEECH COMMUNICATION 


EDMS646 


QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS II 


SPCH324 


COMMUNICATION X GENDER 


EDPA301 


FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION 


SPCH425 


NEGOTIATION X CONFLICT MGMT 


EDPA634 


SCHOOL CURRICULUM 


SURV623 


DATA COLLECTION METHODS 


EDPA690 


RESEARCH IN EDUCATION POLICY 


SURV625 


APPLIED SAMPLING 


E0PA700 


QUALATATIVE RESEARCH METHODS IN ED 


URSP688P 


SPEAKER X COMPUTER GRAPHIC SKILLS 


EDPA788I 


CONSORTIA X REGIONALISM 


URSP703 


FIELD INSTRUCTION 


d M 


UP SUMMER S 


E S S I 


N S 19 9 7 



I SESSION ll 


EDSP491 


CHARACTERISTICS OF LEARN DISABLED 


AMST429E 


TV SIT COM 


ENFP489B 


ADV FIRE SUPPRESSION 


ARCH223 


HISTORY OF NON-WESTERN ARCH 


ENGLlOl 


INTRO TO WRITING 


ARCH460 


SITE ANALYS X DESIGN 


ENGL205 


INTRO TO SHAKESPEARE 


ARCH470 


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS 


ENGL234 


AFRICAN-AMERICAN UT 


ARCH678F 


FACADES 


ENGL243 


INTRO TO POETRY 


ARTT200 


3-D ART FUNDAMENTALS 


ENGL244 


INTRO TO DRAMA 


BMGT220 


PRINCIPLES Of ACCOUNTING I 


ENGL250 


UTERATURE BY WOMEN 


BMGT221 


PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 


ENGL301 


CRITICAL METHODS IN STUDY OF LIT 


BMGT230 


BUSINESS STATISTCS 


ENGL312 


ROMANCE TO MODERN BRITISH UT 


BMGT301 


BUSINSESS INFO SYSTEM X TECH 


ENGL320 


ENGUSH ROMANTIC UT 


BMGT323 


INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING 


ENGL360 


AFRICAN, INDIAN X CARIBBEAN WRITERS 


BMGT326 


ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS 


ENGL379E 


FILM ANALYSIS 


BMGT340 


BUSINESS FINANCE 


ENGL391 


ADVANCED COMPOSITION 


BMGT350 


MARKETING PRINCIPLES X ORGANIZATION 


ENGL393 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


BMGT364 


MANAGEMENT X ORGANIZATIONAL THEORY 


ENGL393X 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


BMGT380 


BUSINESS LAW I 


ENGL394 


BUSINESS WRITING 


BMGT 381 


BUSINESS LAW II 


ENGL404 


SHAKESPEARE: LATER WORKS 


BMGT 422 


AUDITING THEORY X PRACTICE 


ENGL489A 


LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISING 


BMGT440 


FINANCIAL MANAGEMT 


ENGL601 


LITERARY RESEARCH X CRITICAL CONTEXTS 


BMGT495 


BUSINESS POLICIES 


ENGL749C 


POST-COLONIAL LIT 


BMGT505 


ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAV X STRATEGIC MNGMT 


FMST332 


CHILD IN FAMIUES 


BMGT681 


MANAGERIAL ECON X PUBLIC POLO 


FMST487 


LEGAL ASPECTS OF FAMILY PROBLEMS 


BMGT726 


DISTRIBUTED DATA PROCESSING 


GE0G370 


PRINCIPLES OF CARTOGRAPHY 


BMGT795 


MANAGEMENT OF MULTINATIONAL FIRM 


GVPT309P 


HUMAN RIGHTS X DEMOC IN LATIN AMER 


CCIS234 


LAW OF CRIM INAL NVESTIGATION 


GVPT309X 


CONFLIO RESOLUTION 


CCJS320 


INTRO TO CRIMINALISTICS 


GVPT399B 


VIETNAM LEGACIES X FILM 


CMLT275 


WORLD LIT 8Y WOMEN 


HIST453 


US DIPLOMATIC HISTORY FR1 91 4 


EC0N201 


PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I 


HIST459A 


NATIVE AMERICAN ETHNOHISTORY 


EC0N203 


PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II 


HIST467 


HISTORY OF MARYLAND 


EC0N305 


INTERMED MACROECON THEORY X POLICY 


HLTH377 


HUMAN SEXUAUTY 


EC0N306 


INTERMED MACROECON THEORY X POLICY 


H0NR268V 


SEARCH FOR GOD X GOOD 


EDCI415 


METHODS OF TEACHING ESOL 


JOUR601 


THEORIES OF MASS COMM 


EDCI434 


TEACHING ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OTHER LANG 


KNES350 


PSYCHOLOGY OF SPORTS 


EDCI466 


JTRATURE FOR ADOLESCENTS 


KNES455 


SCIENCE BASES OF ATHLETIC CONDITIONING 


EDHD4H 


CHILD GROWTH X DEVELOPMENT 


LBSC708P 


PLANNING X EVALUATING UBRARY SERVICES 


EDHD413 


ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT 


LBSC794 


PRINCIPLES OF SOFTWARE EVAL 


EDHD420 


COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT X LEARNING 


PHIL342 


MORAL PROBLEMS IN MEDICNE 


EDHD460 


EDUCATIONAL PSYCH 


PSYC 336 


PSYCHOLOGY Of WOMEN 


EDHD721 


LEARNING THEORY X EDUC PROCESS I 


PSYC361 


SURVEY OF INDUSTRIAL X ORG PSYCH 


EDMS645 


QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS I 


SOCY325 


SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER 


EDMS646 


QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS II 


S0CY427 


DEVIANT BEHAVIOR 


EDMS651 


INTERMED STATISTICS IN EDUC 


SPAN301 


ADV GRAMMAR X COMPOSITION 1 


EDPA301 


FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION 


SPAN312 


ADV CONVERSATION II 


EDPA738 


SCHOLARLY THOUGHT XCOMTEMP 


SPCH125 


INTRO INTERPERSONAL COMM. 




CURRICULUM 


SPCH324 


COMMUNICATION X GENDER 


EDPA788Z 


PHENOMENOLOGY II 


SPCH482 


INTERPLEURAL COMMUNICATION 


EDSP376 


FUNDAMENTALS OF SIGN LANGUAGEED- 


SURV722 


RANDOM/NONRANDOM DESIGN 


SP470 


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AASP Afro-Amer ican Studies 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
AASP100 Introduction to Afro-American 
Studies 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Social or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY Significant aspects of the history of 
Afro-Amencans with particular emphasis on the evolution ond development of block 
communities from slavery to the present Interdisciplinary introduction to social, politi- 
cal, legal ond economic roots of contemporary problems faced by block in the United 
Stotes with applications lo the lives of other racial ond ethnic minorities in the 
Amencos and in other societies. 

0101(00001) Pulton, S. TuWTh ll:00om-l :15pm (PIS 1117) 

0201 (00002) George, E. TuWTh l:OOpm-3:15pm (PIS 1 1 17) 

AASP202 Black Culture in the United States 

(3)Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Sonol or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY The course examines important 
aspects of Amencon Negro life ond thought which ore reflected in Afro-American lilero- 
ture, drama, music ond art Beginning with the cultural hentoge of slavery, the course 
surveys the changing modes of block creative expression from the nineteenth-tenrury 

to the present 

0101(00012) George, E. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (PtS 1119) 

AASP386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite toning Proposal approved by the Coreer (enter, laiulty sponsor, ond 

student's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours. 
0101 (00022) McCorty, 1. Time and room to be arranged 
0201 (00023) McCorty, J. Time ond room to be oranged 

AASP398 Selected Topics in the African 

Diaspora: African-American Politics 

(3)Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(00033) Johnson, TuWTh 6:00pn>8: 1 5pm (TYD 0111) 
This course exomines Afncon Amencon politics in the United Stotes, both post ond pre- 
sent, by analyzing the Black political struggle lor freedom and the relationship 
between Afncon Amencons and froditionol Amencon political institutions. The course 
also discusses important aspects of Block political culture, including racial identity, rap 
music, and gender relations 



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Introduction to Afro-American Studies 



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CORE: Social or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY Significant aspects of the history of 
Afro-Amencans with porticular emphasis on the evolution ond development ol block 
communities from slavery to the present Interdisciplinary introduction to social, political, 
legol ond economic roots of contemporary problems foced by blocks in the United States 
with opplicotions to the lives ol other racial and ethnic minonties. 



0101 (00001) 

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Potion, S. 



TuWTh ll:00om-l :15pm (PIS 1117) 
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AGRI Agriculture 



(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 
AGRI699 Special Problems (hmha) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(00143) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

0201(00144) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

Contact department to moke arrangements. 

AGRI799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (00154) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

02C 1 (001 55) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

AGRI899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
1 1 (00 1 6 5 ) STAF f Time ond room to be oranged 

0201(00166) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



AGRO Agron omy 



(Agriculture I 

AGR0386 Experiential Learn i n g (p em Seq) 

(3-6) Grode Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: learning Proposal approved by the Careei Center, tacutly sponsor, ond 
student's internship sponsor 56 semester tours. 



0101(00229) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (00230) STAFF Time ond room to be oranged 

AGR0499 Special Problems in Agronomy 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(00240) STAFF Time xd room to be oranged 

020 1 (0024 1 ) STAFF Time old room lo be oranged 

AGR0608 Research Methods 

(1-4) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(00251) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

. ; 1 1 STAFF Time ond room to be oranged 

AGR0608A Research Methods: Field Studies in 

Pedolog) (PermKeql 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201 (00262) Robenho5t, M. Time ond room lo be arranged 

AGR0799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101(00272) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

0201 (00273) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

AGR0899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
0101(00283) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

020 1 (00284) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 



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AMST American Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 

AMST201 Introduction to American Studies 

(3] Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Humanities (HO) Intiaduction to Americon cultural studies — post ond present — 
by examining me concept of "self" in American autobiographical writing ond the con- 
cept of "society" in accounts of various communities 
0101(00334) Wobl, G. MTuTh9:30om-l 2:00pm (PIS 1119) 

0201 (00335) Thompson, ). MIuTh 9:30am-12:00pm (PIS 1 1 1 1) 

AMST203 Popular Culture in America 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonibes (HO) An introduction to Amencon populor culture, its historical 

development, and its role as a reflection of ond influence on our culture and society. 

0201 (00345) Mintz, L MW 1 :00pnM:30pm (PIS 1111) 

AMS1204 Film and American Culture Studies 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonibes (HO) Eiplorobon of the Amencon him horn on histoncol perspec- 
bve, illustrating the morion picture's role os on insbtubonal phenomenon, as o fotm of 
communicahon, and os o source of cross-cultural study 
0101 (00355) Lounsbury, M. MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (PLS 1119) 

AMST330 Critics of American Culture 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: pnor course in AMSF, HIS], or SOCY- Philosophies of Amencon sociol pur- 
pose and piomise. Readings from "classical" American thinkers, contemporary social 
commentators, and Amencon studies scholars. 
0201(00365) Smith, A. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (PIS 1111) 

AMST386 Experiential Learning 

(3 6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsot, and 

student's internship sponsor 56 semester houts. 
0101(00375) Caughey, J. Time and room to be arranged 
0201(00376) Mintz, L Time and room to be arranged 

AMST398 Independent Studies 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(00386) Caughey, J. Time ond room to be arranged 
0201(00387) Mintz, L Time ond room to be ononged 

AMST418P Cultural Themes in America: 
Electronic Exhibitions & 
Publications In American Studies 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (00397) Pooletti, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

This course meets Saturday, 6/7/97 ond Saturday 7/12/97 in EGR 3140 horn 
10am - 3pm. All other instruction, discussion ond protects will be conducted on-line. 
This course reguires extensive use of the Internet; students must hove o WAM account 
poor to June 2, 1997. for further technical leguirements, contact instructor 

AMST418Q Cultural Themes in America: The 
Vietnam Experience 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(00407) Hilbish,D. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (PLS 1117) 

AMST428B American Cultural Eras: American 
Film Culture in the 1960's 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: a coarse in one ol the following — MSI, film, twenbetkcentury 
American history, AMU, or SOCY Investigating the interaction between the film medi- 
um and an era of significant cultural change, the course will emphasize: 1 ) institution- 
al factors; 2) Hollywood genies, 3) documentaries ond experimental observation and 
reform. 
0101(00417) lounsbury, M. MW l:00pitM:20pm (PLS 1119) 

AMST429C Perspectives on Popular Culture: 
Popular Narrative Fiction 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (00427) Kelly, R. MTuTh 3:30pm-6:00pm (PLS 1113) 

AMST429E Perspectives on Popular Culture: 
Television Situation Comedy 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (00437) Mintz, L. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (PLS 1 1 1 1 ) 



AMST698 Directed Readings in American 
Studies 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101 (00447) Caughey, J. Time and room to be arranged 
0201 (00448) Kelly, R. Time ond room to be ononged 

AMST799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (00458) Coughey, 1. Time and loom to be ononged 
0201 (00459) Kelly, R. Time ond room to be arranged 

AMST899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(00469) Coughey, J Time and room to be arranged 
0201 (00470) Kelly, R. Time and room to be ononged 

ANSC Animal S<ien<e 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 
The following courses may involve the use of animals Students who ore concerned 
obout the use of animals in teaching have the responsibility to contort the instructor, 
prior to course enrollment, to determine whether animals ore to be used in the course, 
whether class exercises involving onimols are optional or required and whot alterna- 
tives, if any, ore available 

ANSC386 Experiential Learning (PermReql 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsot, and 

student's internship sponsor 56 semester hours. 
0101(00520) STAFF Time and room to be ananged 

0201(00521) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 



Questions? 

Call (301) 405-6551 
or 1-800-71 1-UMCE 



AHSC399 Special Problems in Animal 

Science (PermReql 

(1-2) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(00531) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

020 1 (00532) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

ANSC660 Poultry- Literature 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Reodings on individuol topics ate assigned. Written reports required Methods of analy- 
sis ond presentation of scientific matenal are discussed. 
0101 (00542) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

020 ) (00543) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

ANSC699 Special Problems in Animal 

Science (PermReql 

(I 2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (00553) STAFF Time and room to be ananged 

0201(00554) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ANSC799 Master's Thesis Research (PermReql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101(00564) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (00565) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

ANSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PermReql 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
0101(00575) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (00576) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 



relationships in o wide variety of settings fiom smalhcale to complex societies. An 
overview of how anthropology analyzes human behavior. Particular attention to the 
relationship between language ond culture 

0101(00626) Stuart, W. MTuW 9:30am-l 1:45am (KEY 01 19) 

ANTH360 Method and Theory in 

Sociocultural Anthropology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 



ANTH Anthropology 



(Behavioral and Social Sciences') 
ANTH260 Introduction to Sociocultural 
Anthropology and Linguistics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY Oedit will be granted lot only 
one of the following: AHfH 102 or ANFH 260. formerly AHfH 102 Culture and sociol 

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rite: ANTH 260. Theoretical approaches ond research methods in sociocultural 
anthropology Emphasis on current debates, new directions, ond their histoncol 
antecedents. 
0101 (00636) Stuart, W. MTuW l:00pm-3:15pm (KEY 0126) 

ANTH386 Experiential Learning IPermReql 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Prerequisites learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor, upper division status; permission of deportment 
Recommended completion of advanced courses in relevant subheld of anthropology. 
56 semester hours. For AHfH motors only 
0101(00646) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (00656) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

Appiovol ol Instructor Reguired, check with Deportment for Section (ond index) 
Number. 

ANTH398A Independent Study (PermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
1 1 (006 7 5) STAFF Time and room to be ananged 

0201 (00685) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Approval of Instructor required, check with Department foi Section (ond index) 
Number 

ANTH448D Special Topics in Archaeology: 
Computer Graphics for 

Anthropology' IPermReq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(00704) Anromon.G. TuW 6:00pm9 20pm (WDS 1 1 24) 

ANTH486 Honors Research 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: permission of department; admission to University Honors Program or 
Anthropology Honors Program. For AHFH motors only Credit will be gtaated fat only 
one oi the following: ANTH 486 or AHfH 476 Copstone course in which students pur- 
sue independent research into a current problem in anthropology, selected with assis- 
tance of o committee of faculty. Reseoich leads to the writing of an honors thesis in 
anthropology. 
0101(00714) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (00724) STAFF Time and room to be ananged 

ANTH487 Honors Thesis 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites AHFH 486, permission ol department, admission to University Honors 
Program or Anthtopology Honors Program. Far AHFH mo/on only Credit will be grant- 
ed for only one ol the following: AHFH 487 or AHFH 477 Copstone course in which 
students write o thesis on the results of independent research into o cunent problem in 
anthtopology 
0101(00743) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

0201 (00753) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

ANTH496 Field Methods in Archaeology 

(6) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formerly AHFH 499. Field training in the techniques of archaeological survey ond 
excavation. See p. x 

0101 (00772) tones, L 

Meets 06/02/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 8:00om-4:00pm (Arranged) 

This course fulfills requirements for ANTH 340. 

ANTH689A Special Problems in Anthropology' 

(PermReql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(00782) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(00792) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

Approval ol Instructor required; check with Department lor Section (ond index) 
Number. 

ANTH689D Special Problems in Anthropology: 
Computer Graphics for 
Anthropology 

13) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(00811) Antoman.G. TuW 600pm-9:20pm (WDS 1124) 



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ANTH696 lield Methods in Archaeology 

(6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
formerly MH 699 Field Training in the techniques of archaeological survey and exca- 
vation. See p. x 

0101 (00821) Jones, L 

Meets 06/02/97-07/1 1/97 MluWThF 8:00om-4:00pm (Arranged) 

ANTH705 Internship (PermReql 
(3-12) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite AH1H 701 Problemonenred internship with an appropnote public agency 
oi private institution under the dhectron of a faculty and agency supervisor 
0101 (00831) STAFF rime and room to be arranged 

0201 (00841) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Approval of Instructor required, check with Deportment foi Section (and index) Number. 

ANTH712 Internship Analysis (fermhq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite ANIH 70S The preparation and presentation of internship reports, develop- 
ment of skills in report wnting and presentation. The completion of a professional quali- 
ty report based on the internship experience Review of problems in ethics ond profes- 
sional development 
0101(00860) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (00870) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Approval of Instructor required; check with Department foi Section (ond index) Number 

AR CH Architecture 

(ARCHITFl I I kl ) 

ARCH170 Introduction to the Built 
Environment 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

CORE: History oi Theory of Arts (HA) Introduction to conceptual, perceptual, behavioral 
ond technical aspects of environmental design, methods of analysis, problem solving 
ond project implementohon 
0101(00929) Francescoto, G. MTuWThF ll:00om-12:40pm (ARC 1105) 

ARCH220 History of Architecture 1 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Survey of Western architectural history to the Renaissance With consideration of poroT 
lei developments in the Eastern Wodd. 
0101(00939) Sounders, E. MTuWThF9:30om-10:50om (ARC 1101) 

ARCH221 History of Architecture II (PermReql 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: ARCH 220 or permission o/ department. Survey of Western architectural 
history from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century. With consideration of parallel 
developments in the Eastern World 
0201(00949) Vonn.R MTuWThf9:00am-10:60om (ARC 1101) 

ARCH223 History of Non-Western 

Architecture (PermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG 

CORE: History oi Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Survey of architectural history including 
prehistonc ond vernacular, ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia ond the Indus 
volley, the Islamic world, Hindu ond Buddhist tradinons of Asia; ond pre- Eoropean 
Africa and the Amencas. 
0201 (00959) Vonn, R. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:00pm (ARC 1 105) 

ARCH242 Drawing I 

(2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Introduces the student to bosic techniques of sketching and use of various medio. 
0101(00969) Goodill.M. MW7:00pm-10:00pm (ARC 1103) 

ARCH343 Drawing II: Line Drawing 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ARCH 400 or permission ol department for ARCH motors only Bosic tree 
hond line drawing for architectural perception ond design 
0101(00981) Kelly, B. MW7.00pm-10:20pm (ARC 1127) 

ARCH408C Selected Topics in Architecture 

Studio: College Park Studio (PermReql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite: ARCH 600 ond UMCP groduote status Not approved for 3 ond one-holf 
yeoi M Arch students 



0101(00991) Dupuy.K. MWTh 1 OOpmSOOpm (ARC 1105) 

0201(00992) Goodill.M. MWTh 1 :00pm-5:00pm (ARC 1103) 
Comprehensive boilding ond urban design; studio options in advanced topical problems 

ARCH428 Selected Topics in Architectural 

I lisliiry IPermReql 
1 1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Majors only. Contact I Vnnn for information 
0101(01002) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (01003) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ARCH428G Selected Topics in Architectural 
History: Great Cities 

(1 3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01013) Dupuy.K. TuTh 7:00pm-10:20pm (ARC 1127) 

ARCH429 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History (PermReql 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 
Maiors only Contort L Vonn lot information. 
0101(01023) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (01025) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ARCH436 I listory of Islamic Architecture 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite ARCH 220 or permission of deportment Survey of Islamic architecture 
from the seventh through the eighteenth century 

0101(01035) Attro, A. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:20pm (ARC 1105! 

ARCH445 Visual Analysis of Architecture 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqoisite: ARCH 401 and ARCH 343. or permission ol department Visuol principles 
of Architectural design through graphic analysis. 
0101(01048) Kelly, B. TuTh 7:00pm-10:00pm (ARC 1123) 

ARCH460 Site Analysis and Design (PermReql 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite ARCH mo/ors only or permission ol department Pnnciples and methods of 
site analysis; the influence ol natural and momnode site factors on site design ond 
architectural foim, 
0201(01071) Hilsenroth, E. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:00pm (ARC 1103) 
This coutse is intended for 3 1/2 yeor groduote students. Path B. 

ARCH470 Computer Applications in 
Architecture (PermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: ARCH 400 or permission ol department Introduction to computer program 
ming ond utilization, with emphasis on architectural applications. 
0201(01081) STAFF MW 7:00pm-l 0:20pm (ARC 1125) 

ARCH479 Independent Studies in 
Architecture 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01101) Vann, R. Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (01 1 02) Vann, R. Time and room to be arranged 

ARCH488C Selected Topics in Architectural 
Preservation: 
Cape May Workshop 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. See p. x 
0101 (01133) STAFF 
Meets 05/30/97-06/1 3/97 Time and room to be arranged 

ARCH628 Selected Topics in Architectural 

History: Architectural History (PermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Maiors only. Contact L Vonn for information. 
0101(01153) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

0201(01154) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

ARCH629 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History (PermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Mopes only Contact I Vonn lor inlormotion. 
0101 (01164) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(01166) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



ARCH678B Selected Topics in Architecture 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (01209) Kelly, B. TuTh 7:00pm-10:00pm (AKC 1 123) 

ARCH678F Selected Topics in Architecture: 
Facades 

13) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0201 (01229) Schumacher, T. MW 7:00pm-10:20pm (ARC 1 127) 

AREC Agriculture and 
Resource Economics 

. TURAL ReSC 

AREC386 Experiential Learning f/Wmfeoj 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: leommcj Proposal opprwed by the Career Center, faulty spousal, one) stu- 
dent's internship sponsor. % semester hours 
0101(01320) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(01321) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

AREC399 Special Problems 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01331) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (01332) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

AREC699 Special Problems in Agricultural 
and Resource Economics 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(01342) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(01343) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

AREC799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0)01(01353) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(01354) STAFF rime ond room to be orranged 

AREC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
0101(01364) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(01365) STAFF Time ond room ro be arranged 



ARTH Art History & 
Archaeology 



! I i IES) 

ARTH100 Introduction to Art 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory ol Arts (HA) Ho aedit toward the motor con be referred for this 
course Mopr approaches to understanding the visual arts, and includes analysis ol reaV 
n«]ues, subject matter, and form. Painting, sculpture, architecture, ond the graphic arts. 

0101(01465) Withers, I. MTuWF 11 OOam-1 2:20pm (ASY 3211) 

ThllOOoml 2:20pm (ASY 321 1) Dis 

0201(01466) STAFF MTuWF ll:00am-12:20pm (ASY 3211) 

Thll:00am-1 2:20pm (ASY 3211) Drs 

ARTH200 Art of the Western World to 1300 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory ol Arts (HA) formenV ARJH 260 Pointing, sculpture, ond orchr- 
tecture horn prehistonc times to the Renaissance. 

0201(01476) Denny, 0. MIuThF9:30am-10:50am (ASY 3211) 

W9:30oml 0:50am (ASY 3211) Drs 

ARTH201 Art of the Western World after 
1300 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory ol Arts (HA) Formerly ARJH 261 Pointing, sculpture, and ortht 
lecture horn the Renaissance to the present. 

0101(01486) STAFF MTuWTh 12:30pm-! :50pm (ASY 3211) 

F I2:30pm-l:50pm (ASY 3211) Drs 

ARTH290 Art of Asia 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AU0. 

CORE History or Theory ol Arts (HA) DIVERSITY formenV HUH 262 Sou* and East 
Asian art from prehistory through the rratflmeteenlh century. 

0101(01496) Kito.S. MTuThF9:30om-10:5Oan (ASY 3211) 

W9:30om-10:50om (ASY 3211) Drs 



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ARTH355 Twentieth-Century Art 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

No ciedit toward the major con be received lor this course Survey of major trends in 
pointing ond sculpture, in Europe and America, from approximately i 900 to the present 
0201(01506) Denny, D MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (ASY3211) 

ARTH386 Experiential Learning iPemKeq) 

(3-6) Grode Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: Learning Proposal approved by Ibe Cawei Center, locally sponsor, ond 
student's internship sponsor. 56 semester boats. 

0101(01516) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (01517) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

ARTH498 Directed Studies in Art Histc*y I 

(PermPeq) 

(2-3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

0101(01527) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (01 528) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ARTH499 Directed Studies in Art History II 

IPermPeql 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(01538) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (01 539) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ARTH699 Special Topics ir Art History 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(01549) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(01550) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ARTH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

01 01 (01 560) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (01 561 ) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

ARTH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(01571) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (01 572) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ARTT Art Studio 

(Arts and Humanities) 
arttioo Two Dimensional Art 
Fundamentals 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: APTI 100, APIS 100, 0FSN 101, 
oiAPDS 101 Formerly MIS 100. Principles ond elements of pictorial spoce exam- 
ined through the manipulation ond organization of various materials. 

0101(01622) Croig, P. MTuWTh 9:30om-12:00pm (ASY 2314) Lab 

0201 (01 623) Thorpe, J. MTuWTh 9:00om-l 1 :30om (MMH 0401 ) Lob 

ARTTl 10 Elements of Drawing I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

htmetly MIS 1 10. Medio and related techniques to depict still-life, figure and nature. 
0101(01633) Cotton, J. MTuWTh 9:30om-l 2:00pm (ASY 2317) lob 

0201 (01 634) Thorpe, J. MTuWTh 1 2:00pm-2:30pm (MMH 0401 ) Lob 

ARTTl 50 Introduction to Art Theory 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Examination of contemporary art review of glob- 
al, philosophic ond critical positions by the exnminanon of works of art. 
0101 (01644) Klank, R. TuTh 7:00pm-10:20pm (ASY 2309) 

ARTT200 Three Dimensional Art 
Fundamentals 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite AMI 100 Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: AMI 200, 
APIS 200, DfSH 102, orAPOS 102. Formerly AMS 200 Three-dimensional form ond 
spoce exomined through the manipulation ond organization of various materials 

0201(01654) Shom.F. 

Meets 07/14/97-08/08/97 MTuWTh 5:15pm-9:00pm (ASY 2314) 



ARTT208C Intermediate Special Topics in Art: 
Special Topics Studio/Color 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01664) Craig, P MTuWTh 9:30am-l 2:00pm (ASY 2314) 

ARTT210 Elements of Drawing II 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite. APFI 1 10. Formerly APIS 210. Continuation of ARTT 1 10 with additional 
emphasis on pictorial spoce 

0101(01674) Cation, J. MTuWTh 9:30om-l 2:00pm (ASY 2321) Lob 

0201 (01 675) Thorpe, J. MTuWTh 1 2:00pm-2:30pm (MMH 0401 ) Lob 

ARTT320 Elements of Painting 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: APF1 210. Formerly APIS 320. Basic tools ond language of pointing. Oil 
and/or watei-bosed paints Section 0101 focuses on oil pointing Section 0201 focus- 
es on acrylic pointing. 

0101(01685) Craig, P MTuWTh 1 2:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 3322) Lab 

0201(01686) Cation, J. MTuWTh 9:30am-l 2:00pm (ASY 3322) Lob 

ARTT320B Elements of Painting 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pterequisrte: AMI 210. Formerly APIS 320. focus on woteicoloi 
0101(01696) Klonk.R. MTuWTh 3:00pm-5:30pm (ASY 2317) Lob 

ARTT331 Elem tits of Sculpture: Steel 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites APFI 200: and APH 2 1 0. Basic techniques /elated to steel lobncated 
sculphjte; totcb cutting and welding, arc welding, hot forging. 

0101(01706) Ruppert, J. 

Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 MTuWTh 9:30om-3:00pm (ASY 1314) 

ARTT333 Elements of Sculpture: Wood and 
Mixed Media 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: APFI 200; and APTI 210. Bosic sculptural techniques ond processes 
using wood ond mixed media. 

0201(01716) Shorn, F 

Meets 07/14/97-08/08/97 MTuWTh l:00pm-4:45pm (ASY 1311) 

ARTT341 Elements of Printmaking: Woodcut 
and Relief 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: APFI 210 Formerly APIS 34 1. Bosic techniques ond processes related to 
woodcuts, linocuts ond other relief medio. 

0101 (01726) Mondrile, A. MTuWTh 1 2:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 1317) 

ARTT354 Elements of Computer Graphics 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: (APT! 100 and APFI 110) or permission of deportment. Introduction to 
computer graphics, imaging, illustration ond mixed medio. 
0101(01736) Medley, C MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 331 1 E) lab 

ARTT4I8 Drawing 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01746) Cotton, J. MTuWTh 9:30om-l 2:00pm (ASY 2317) Lob 

0201(01747) Thorpe, J. MTuWTh 1 2:00pm-2:30pm (MMH 0401) Lob 

ARTT418B Drawing: Focus on Watercolor 
Wash 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01757) Klonk.R. MTuWThF 3:00pm-5:30pm (ASY 2317) Lob 

ARTT428 Painting 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Section 0101 will focus on oil paint 
0101(01767) Craig, P MTuWTh 1 2:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 3322) Lob 

0201(01768) Cotton, J. MTuWTh 9:30om-12:00pm (ASY 3322) Lab 

ARTT428A Painting: Water Color 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01778) Klonk. R. MTuWTh 3:00pm-5:30pm (ASY 2317) Lob 



ARTT438 Sculpture 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 
0101(01788) Ruppert, J. 
Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 MTuWTh 9 30om-3:00pm (ASY 1314) 

ARTT438D Sculpture 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD 
0201(01798) Sham, F. 
Meets 07/14/97-08/08/97 MTuWTh 1 2:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 1311) Lab 

ARTT448C Printmaking 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01808) Mondrile, A. MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 1317) 

ARTT468B Seminar on the Interrelationship 
between Art and Art Theory: 
Issues in Contemporary Art 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01818) Klank, R. TuTh 7:00pm-10:20pm (ASY 2314) 

ARTT489I Advanced Special Topics in Art: 
Computer Imaging (PermPeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (01828) Ratnapola, N. MTuWTh 1 2:30pm-3:00pm (ASY 331 IE) 
This course is an ort course for students with experience in computer imaging 
Students will be permitted lo woik according to their own level of expertise with the 
guidonce of the instructor Adobe Photoshop, Ofoto, Fractal Design Painter, MicroSoft 
Word, and Ouork Express ore some of the software programs that will be explored. 

ARTT498 Directed Studies in Studio Art 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (01 838) STAFF Time and loom to be orronged 

0201(01839) STAFF rime and room to be arranged 

ARTT698 Directed Graduate Studies in 
Studio Art 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(01849) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

020 1 (01 850) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ARTT798 Directed Graduate Studies in 
Studio Art 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(01860) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(01861) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ARTT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG/S-F. 

0101(01871) STAFF Time ond room to he arranged 

020 1 (01 872) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



ASTR As tron omy 



(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

astrioo Introduction to Astronomy 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE' Physical Science (PS) Ciedit loi ASIP 100 cannot be obtained after, ot simulta- 
neously with, leceiying ciedit lot aay astronomy course numbered ISO or higher. 
Credit will be granted lot only one ol the following ASIP WOoiASIP 101 An ele- 
mentary course in descriptive astronomy, especially appropriate for non-science stu- 
dents. Sun, moon, planets, stars and nebuloe, galaxies, evolution. 
0101(01922) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (CSS 2400) 

0201(01923) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (CSS 2400) 

ASTR101 General Astronomy 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science lob (PL) Hot open to students who hove completed ASIP 100 
or any astronomy course numbered higher than 1 00 Ctedtt will be granted lor only 
one ol the following: ASIP 100 or ASIP 101. Descriptive astronomy, appropriate for 
non-science maiors Sun, moon, planers, stars, nebulae, galaxies ond evolution. 
Laboratory exercises include use of photographic material, computet simulations and 
observing sessions if weather permits. 

0201(01933) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (CSS 2400) 

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ASTR288 Special Projects in Astronomj (PermReq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 
0101(01943) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (01944) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Prior arrangements must be made with o faculty member in order to register for 
this course 

ASTR498 Special Problems in Astronomy 

(PermReql 

(16) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 
0101 (01954) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (01955) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Pnoi arrangements must be made with o faculty member in ordei to register tor 
this course 

ASTR699 Special Problems in Advanced 
Astronomy 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(01965) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

0201(01966) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

AST8799 Master's 1 besis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(01976) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (01977) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ASTR899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(01987) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (01988) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

BCH M Bioche mistry 

(Life Sciences) 

BCHM261 Elements oi Biochemistry 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisite CHIM 104 ot CHIM 233 or CHIM 23S. Hot open lo students who have 
completed BCHM 46/ for undergraduate students who desire a one-semester bio- 
chemistry course rather than a two-semester sequence Basic chemistry ond metabo- 
lism ot most molecules ol biological importance 
0101(02038) STAFF MTuWThF 4:OOpm-5:20pm (CHM0119) 

BCHM46I Biochemistry 1 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Ptetequtsite CHIM 243 ot CHIM 247 A comprehensive introduction to general bio- 
chemistry The chemistry and metabolism ol carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and 
proteins. 
0101(02048) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-IO:50am (CHM 1407) 

BCHM462 Biochemistry 11 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite BCHM 461 A continuation ol BCHM 461 
0201 (02058) STAFF MTuWThF 9 30on>10 50om (CHM 1402) 

BCHM699 Special Problems in Biochemistry 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (02068) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

0201(02069) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

BCHM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

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0201 (02080) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

BCHM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
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BIOL Biology 



(Life Sen ni i •> 

BI0L105 Principles of Biology I 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science Lab (LI) Prerequisite placement in MAIH I Wot higher Pot science 
moiofs Ctedit will he granted for only one ol the following BIOl 101 or 6/0/ 105. 
Bosic principles of biology with speed emphasis on cellulai ond molecular biobgy 



BI0L106 Principles of Biology II 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. ' 

CORE Life Science Lab (LL) Prerequisite" BIOl 105 lot science majors Basic pnnciples 
of biology with special emphasis on orgonismic, ecological ond evolutionary biology 

0201 (02167) STAFF MTuWThF 1 lOOam-l 2:20pm (Z0P 1250) 

TuWTh 8:00om-l 1 :00am (Z0P 0245) Lob 

0202 (02 1 68) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (ZOP 1 250) 

TuWTh 1. OOpm-4 :00pm (Z0P 0245) Lob 

0203 (02169) STAFF MTuWThF 1 l:00om-l 2:20pm (ZOP 1250) 

TuWTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (ZOP 0245) Lob 

BI0L222 Principles of Genetics 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites BIOl 105, one year college chemistry Credit will be granted for only 
one ol the tallowing 1001 213, HOP! 274, oiANSC201. Pnnciples ond mechanisms 
of heredity ond gene expression Considers plont, animol, ond miaobiol organisms. 
0101(02179) Jack, L MW 6.00pm-9:00pm (PLS 1168) 

TuTh6:00pm-8:00pm(PLS1168)Dis 
Section 0101 is restarted to students who already bold o baccaluoreote degree and are 
taking selected courses preparing them loi further educonon in the health professions. 

0201(02180) Imberski, R. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (ZOP 1250) 
TuThF UOOam-TOOpm (PLS 1168) Dis 

0202(02181) Imberski, R. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (ZOP 1250) 
TuThF l:00pn>3:00pm (PLS 1168) Dis 

0203(02182) Imberski, R. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (ZOP 1250) 
TuThF ll:00am-l :00pm (PLS 1164) Dis 

BMGT Business and 
Ma nagement 

(Business and Management) 
BMGTIIO Introduction to Business and 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Not open to BMG1 students who have completed 56 ot more ctedit hauls. All others 
may take it anytime A survey of the held ol business, including its environment, otga- 
nizonon, overall and functional management, ond cunent issues ond developments. 

0101 (02242) Grimm, C MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT220 Principles of Accounting I 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Sophomoie standing. Bosic theory and techniques ol contemporary tinancial account- 
ing Includes the accounting cycle ond the preparation ol financial statements for sin- 
gle owner and partnership forms ol business organizations operating as service compa- 
nies or merchandisers. 
0101(02252) Cebenoyan.F MTuWThF 9:30an>10:50am (KEY 0103) 
0102(02253) STAFF MW6.40pm-lO:00pm (TYD 2106) 

0201 (02254) Byord, D. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (VMH 1 203) 

0202(02255) Byord, 0. TuTh 6 40pm- 1 0:00pm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT22I Principles of Accounting II 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pieieqaisile: 8M0I 220. Basic theory ond techniques ol accounting for managerial 
decision making Involves the introduction of the corporation and manufacturing opera- 
tions Includes cost-volume-profit analysis and capital budgeting. Introduces the topics 
of income taxation and international accounting 
0101(02265) Loeb.M. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2TOpm (VMH 1202) 

0102 (02266) Loeb, M. TuTh 6:40pm-l0:00pm (VMH 1207) 
0201(02267) Duru.A. MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm (VMH 1202) 
0202(02268) Dutu.A. MW 6 40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1203) 



BMGT230 Business Statistics 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: MAIH 220 Hot open to students who have completed BMG1 231, IHll 
324, ot 5IAI 400. Ctedit will be granted for only one ol the following: ARK 484, 
8I0M301, BMSI230, CHIC 400, IC0H32I, I0MS451, 01 06 305, 6VPI422, 
PSYC 200, SOCI 20 1, UPSP 350, ot IIXI 400 Introductory course in pioboMistic 
and statistical concepts including descriptive statistics, set-theoretic development of 
probability, the properties of discrete and continuous random vonables, sampling theo- 
ry, estimation, hypothesis testing, regression, decision theory ond the application of 
these concepts to problem solving in business and management. This course does not 
meet requirements lor management science ond statistics motors. 
0101(02278) Wrdhelm.W. TuTh 2:00prn-5:20pm (VMH 1311) 
0102(02279) Wrdhelm.W. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (TY0 2106) 
0201(02280) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30on>l 0:50am (VMH 1207) 

0202 (02281) Koku, B. MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1206) 

BMGT231 Statistical Models For Business 

(3) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisite: MAIH 141 ot permission ol deportment. Required lor management so- 
ence and statistics and decision mlotmation majors. Credit will be granted lot only one 
ol the following: BMC! 231, IHll 324, or 5IAI 400 An introductory course in stotis- 
tical concepts including probability Irom a naive set theory approach, random vonables 
ond their properties, ond the probability distributions of selected discrete and continu- 
ous random variables The concepts of sampling, sampling distnbutions, and the oppli- 
canon of these concepts to estimation and hypothesis tesling are included os are brief 
surveys of the regression and anova models. 
0101(02291) STAFF TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (TYD 1101) 

BMGT301 Survey of Business Information 
Systems and Technology 

(3) Grade Method REG. 

Inhoduclory course lor the decision and information science moioi. Covers the compo- 
nents of modern business infoimanon systems, os well as the consequences of infor- 
mation technology oo society and the environment, 
0101(02301) ILK MTuWThF 1 1 OOam-12 20pm (VMH 1202) 

0102 (02302) Yi, M. MW 3:00pn>6:20pm (VMH 1314) 

01 03 (02303) Yi, M. MW 6:40pn>l 0:00pm (VMH 1 207) 
0201(02304) Davis. F. MW 3:00pm4:20pm (VMH 1207) 
0202 (02305) Spear, R. TuTh 6 40pn>l 0:00pm (VMH 1 203) 

BMGT302 Business Computer Application 
Programming 

13) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisite: BM6I 301. lor decision and mfotmahon science majors only. Considers 
choroctensfics of business data programming and common software development 
processes and practices. Covers the designing, writing, documenting, ond testing of on 
efficient, structured program in visual basic. 
0101(02315) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1307) 

0201(02316) Spear, R. TuTh 3:00prrr6:20pm (VMH 1203) 

BMGT310 Intermediate Accounting I 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGI221 Comprehensive analysis of financial occounnng topics related 

to financial statement preparation and external reporting 
0101(02326) Thompson,!!. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (VMH 1314) 
0102(02327) Rymer.V. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1202) 

0201(02328) Leung, K. MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (VMH 1202) 

BMGT311 Intermediate Accounting II 

(3) Grade Method: REG 
Prerequisite: 8MB! 310 Conhnuation ol BMGT 310. 
0101(02338) Thompson, R. MW 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1203) 
0201(02339) Leung, It. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (VMH 1202) 

BMGT321 Cost Accounting 

13) Grade Method: REG 
Prerequisite: BM0I 221. A study of the basic concepts of product costing and cost 
analysis for management planning ond control Emphasis rs placed on the rote of the 
accountant in organizational monogement, analysis of cost behovioi, standard cost, 
budgeting, lesponsibility occounnng ond relevant costs for decision making 
0101 (02349) BedingWd. J. MW 3:OOpm*:20pm (VMH 1 207) 
0201(02350) BedingWd, J, MW 3:OOpnrt:20pm (VMH 1303) 



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BMGT323 Income Tax Accounting 

(3) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisite: 8MGT 22 1 Introduction to federal income taxotion ot individuals. 

Examination of tax lows by use of illustrative examples and problems. 
0101(02360) Cebenoyon, F. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (VMH 1207) 
01 02 (02361 ) Pfeiffet, G. TuTh 3:00pm4:20pm (VMH 1 303) 

0201(02362) Pontolone, V. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (TYD2109) 

BMGT326 Accounting Systems 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: BMGT 301, and 8MGT 32 1. A study of the control aspects of accounting 
systems. Topics include: standard setting; administrative, operational, and security con- 
hols; cost effectiveness of systems: audit implications of a computer-based information 
environment. 
0201(02372) Rose.S. TuTh 6:40pn>l 0:00pm (VMH 1307) 

BMGT332 Operations Research For 
Management Decisions 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 230 Surveys the philosophy, techniques, and applications of oper- 
ations research to monogenol decision mokjng. The course is designed pnmority for 
students not mo|oang in management science or statistics. Techniques covered include 
linear programming, transportation and assignment models, Markov processes, inven- 
tory and queueing models. Emphasis is placed on formulating and solving decision 
problems in the functional areas of management 

0101 (02382) Gass, S. MW 2:OOpm-5:20pm (VMH 1 303) 

BMGT340 Business Finance 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: 8MGT 22 1; and {BMGT 230 or 6W Z3 ) j. The pnnciples and prac- 
tices involved in the organization, financing, and rehabilitation of business enterprises; 
the vanous types of securities ond their use in raising funds, apportioning income, nsk, 
and control; intercorporate relations; ond new developments. Emphasis on solution of 
problems of hnoncial policy faced by management 

0101(02392) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (ARC 1103) 

0102(02393) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-IO:OOpm (TYD 0102) 

0201 (02394) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-] 2:20pm (VMH 1202) 

0202 (02395) STAFF MW 6:40pm-IO:OOpm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT343 Investments 
(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: 8MGT340. An introduction to hnortaol investments. Topic include securi- 
ties ond secunties markets, investment risks, returns, and constraints; portfolio poli- 
cies; and institutional investment policies. 

0101(02405) HaslemJ. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT350 Marketing Principles and 
Organization 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: ICON 203 or fCON 205. An introduction to the concepts and pnnciples 
of marketing, including the marketing of service and nonprofit organizations. 
Provides an overview of all the concepts in marketing including relationship market 
ing, product development, pncing, promotion, marketing research, consumer behav 
ior, international markenng, distribution, and internal marketing to employees. 
0101(02415) Knerneyer. A. MTuWThF 12:30prrrl :50pm (VMH 1203) 
0102(02416) Modi, A TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD 2102) 

0201 (02417) Dorsett, A. MTuWThF 1 l:00om-l 2:20pm (VMH 1314) 

0202(02418) JeHigJ. TuTh6:40ptn-10:00pm(TYD2110) 

BMGT354 Promotion Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 350- Marketing communications theory with on rndepth treatment 
of all elements of the promotion mix, including advertising, sales promotion, direct 
marketing, public relations, and personal selling. Concepts applied through class exer- 
cises, team project, presentation, and discussions. 

0101(02428) Whitney, D. TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2108) 

BMGT357 Retailing and Marketing Internship 

(PermBeql 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: 8MGT 350 and permission ot department for BMGT majors only. 
Supervised work experience with o firm engoged in markenng goods or services. 
Students apply concepts learned in marketing classes and analyze the firm's organiza- 
tional structure, environment, and marketing strategy. 

0201(02438) Wagner, J. Time and room to be ananged 



BMGT360 Human Resource Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

The basic course in human resource management includes manpower planning, recruit- 
ment, selection, development, compensation, and appraisal of employees. Explores 
the import ol scientific management and unionism on these functions 

0101 (02448) Kovoch, K. MW 3:OOpm-6:20pm (TY0 1 1 18) 

0201(02449) Carroll, S. MW3;OOprrr6:20pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT362 Labor Relations 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

A study of the development and methods of organized groups in industry with refer- 
ence to the settlement of labor disputes. An economic and legal analysis of lobor 
union ond employer association activities, arbitration, mediation, and conciliation; col- 
lective bargaining, trade agreements, strikes, boycotts, lockouts, company unions, 
employee representation, and inunctions. 
0101 (02459) tevine. M. MTuWThF llOOam-1 2:20pm (VMH 1207) 

BMGT364 Management and Organization 
Theory 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

The development of management and organization theory, nature of the management 
process and function ond its future development The role of the manoget as an orga- 
nizer ond director, the communication process, goals ond responsibilites. 

0101(02469) lewne.M. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (VMH 1207) 

0102(02470) Bartol, K. MW 3:00pms:20pm (VMH 1311) 

0103(02471) Bartol, K. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1311) 

0201 (02472) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (VMH 131 1) 

0202 (02473) Carroll, S. MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1311) 



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BMGT370 Introduction to Transportation 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: ICON 203; or ICON 205. An overview of the honsportotion sector, 
including providers, users and government agencies. Examines contemporary public 
policy issues such as deregulation along with manogenal strategies in transportation. 

0201 (02483) Knerneyer, A. MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (VMH 1 207) 

BMGT372 Introduction to Logistics 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

The study of logistic functions of business involved in the movement and storage of sup- 
plies, work-irrprogress ond finished goods. The tradeoffs between cost and service and the 
purchase and supply of row materials; the warehousing and control of inventory; industrial 
packrjging, materials handling within warehouses; and the distribution of finished goods to 
customers required to minimize costs, maximize profits or increase customei service levels. 

0101 (02493) Evers, P MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50om (VMH 1 303) 

BMGT373 Logistics and Transportation 
Internship 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: BMGT 370 and BMGT 372 (one of these comes may be token as a 
corequisite) and permission of department. Involves supervised work experience in 
logistics and/or transportation. Students will be expected to relate course matenol to 
woik experience in an analysis of a firm's operations. 

0101(02503) Evers, P. Time and room to be arranged 

BMGT380 Business Law I 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

legol aspects of business relationships. Exommohon of torts ond business crimes, con- 
tracts ond agency. The law of personal property and bailment relationships. Survey of 
public policy issues. 
0101(02513) leefe, B. MTuWThF 1 1 OOam-1 2:20pm (VMH 1311) 

0102 (02514) Ostos, D. MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1303) 
0201(02515) Goldman, B. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1303) 

0202 (0251 6) Goldman, B. MW 3:00pn>6:20pm (VMH 1 2 1 2) 



8MGT38I Business Law II 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMGT 380 or permission ol deportment The Uniform Commercial Code 
including soles, commercial paper, secured transactions, bulk soles and documents of 
title. The low of partnerships ond corporations Reorganization and liquidation under 
the bankruptcy laws. The law ol real property, landlord ond tenant relationships ond 
decedents' estates. 

0101(02526) leete.B. MTuWThF 9:30om-l0:50om (VMH 1203) 

0201(02527) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1212) 

BMG1392 Introduction to International 
Business Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: ICON 203, or (CON 205. A study of the domestic and foreign envnonmen- 
tal factors affecting the international operations of U.S. business firms. The course afso 
covers the administrative aspects of intemotionol maikeling, finance ond mregerrierit 
0101(02538) Scott. R. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (VMH 1311) 

BMGT398 Individual Study in Business and 
Management (PermReq) 
(l-3j Grade Method. REG. 
0101(02548) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (02549) STAFF Time and room to be ananged 

BMGT398I Individual Study in Business and 
Management: Information Systems 
Internship 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0201 (02559) Davis, F Time ond room to be arranged 

BMGT402 Database Systems 
13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGT 301 Introduction to basic concepts of database management sys- 
tems Relational databases, query languages and design will be covered File-process- 
ing techniques are examined. 
0101(02569) Homik,S. TuTh 3.00pnr6:20pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT403 Systems Analysis and Design 

(3) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisite: BMGT 301 Techniques ond tools applicable to the analysis and design of 
computer-based information systems. System life cyde, requirements analysis, logrcol 
design of data bases, performance evaluation Emphasis on case studies. Project required 
that involves the design, analysis and impiemennjiion of on information system. 

0201(02579) Yt, M. MW 3:00prrr6:20pm (VMH 1203) 

BMGT4U Ethics and Professionalism in 
Accounting 

|3| Grade Method: REG. 

Pr&equisite: BMGT 31 1. For accounting majors only. Senior standing. Analysis ond dis- 
cussion of issues relating to ethics and professionalism in accounting. 
0101(02589) loeb.S. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1212) 

8MGT417 Advanced Tax Accounting 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: BMGT 311; and BMGT 323. Federal laxahon of corporations, partner- 
ships, fiducianes. ond gratuitous transfers. Tools and techniques of tax research for 
compliance and planning. 

0201(02599) Pontolone, V MW 3:00prrr6:20pm (TYD 2109) 

BMGT422 Auditing Theory and Practice 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: 8MG1 31 1 A study of the independent accountant's attest function, gen- 
erally accepted auditing standards, complionce and substantive tests, and report forms 
and opinions 
0101(02609) Pferffer.G. TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm(TYD21l0) 

0201(02610) Pferffer.G. MW 6:40pm-] 0:00pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT424 Advanced Accounting 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMGT 311 Advanced accounting theory applied to specialized topics ond 
cunent problems. Emphasis on consolidated statements and partnership accounting. 
0101 (02620) Rymei, V. TuTh 3:00pm4:20pm (VMH 1202) 



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BMGT434 Introduction to Optimization 
Theor\ 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: MMH 220; or permission of deportment Pnrnonly lot students moionng m 
management saence and statistics Linear programming, postoptimality onatysis. network 
algonthms, dynamic programming, nonlinear programming and single vtinoHe minimization 

0101(02630) Bodin.L MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (VMH 1407) 

BMGT435 Introduction to Applied Probability 
Models 

13) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMOI 23 1 or permission ol department Statistical models in manage- 
ment Review ol probability theory, Monte Carlo methods, discrete event simulation, 
Markov chains, queuemg analysis, other topics depending upon time Guass, o higher- 
level computet language, will be intioduced in the class and the students will carry out 
various exercises using this language 
0201 (02640) Fu, M MW 2 00pm-5:20pm (VMH 131 1) 

BMGT440 Financial Management 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMOI 340 Analysis and discussion ol cases and tendings (elating to 
financial decisions ol the him The application ol finance concepts to the solution ol 
financial problems is emphasized 

0201(02650) Pichler.P MW 6 40pm- 1 00pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGI443 Security Analysis and Valuation 

13) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisite: BMOI 343 Study and application ol the concepts, methods, models, and 
empincal hndings to the analysis, valuation, ond selection ol securities, especially com- 
mon stock. 

0101 (02660) Hasten, J MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm (VMH 1203) 

BMGT446 International Finance 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMOI 340 Financial management horn the perspective of the multino- 
honol corporation Topics coveted include the oigamzation and functions of foreign 
exchange and international capital markets, international capital budgehng, hnancing 
foreign trade and designing a global hnancing strategy Emphasis of the course is on 
how to manage exchange and political risks while moximixmg benefits horn global 
opportunity sets faced by the firm. 

0101(02670) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1212) 

BMGT447 Internship and Research in Finance 

(3) Grode Method: REG, 

Pi&eqoisites BMOI 340 ond BMOI 343 iot 400 level finance elective); ond core 
requirements in business and management; ond permission ol department 
Recommended finance rao/or courses for tiaonce mo/ors only Supervised, sponsored 
internship in o corporation or financial institution Analysis of approved research topic 
in cotpoiote finance, investments oi hnonciol institutions/markets. 
0201 (02680) Kotodny, R Time ond room to be oranged 

8MGT45I Consumer Analysis 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMOI 3S0 Recommended PSYC 100. and PSYC 22 1 Hot open to stu- 
dents who time completed CHFC 437 Credit mil be granted lot only one of the loF 
lowing BMOI 451 or CMC 437 Identifying buyer behavior concepts relevant to a 
specific marketing problem so that appropriate motkettng decisions can be mode. 
Conceptual frameworks ore drawn from psychology, sociology, economics, ond other 
social sciences to aid in understanding the befiuvioi ol ultimate and industrial buyers 
0101 (02690) Muhanemoglu, A MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (VMH 1307) 

BMGT452 Marketing Research Methods 

(3) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisites BMOI 230, and BMOI 45 f Formedy BMOI 450 Focuses on aiding 
marketing decision making through exploratory, descriptive, ond casual research. 
Develops student skills in evaluating ond writing market research proposals, interpreting 
and analyzing subsequent reports, and appraising then usefulness to managers; design- 
ing studies including selection of data collection method, development of doto collection 
instrument, sample design, collection and analysis ol data, ond reporting the results. 

0101(02700) Zoleski, 0. MTuWThF 9.30am-l 0:50am (VMH 1202) 

BMGT454 International Marketing 
13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites BMOI 350 plus one othei morkehng course Marketing functions fiom 
the international executive's viewpoint, including coverage of international morkenng 
policies relating to product adaptation, data collection ond analysis, channels ol distrib- 



ution, pricing, communicohons, and cost analysis Consideration is given to the cultur- 
al, legal, financial, ond organizational aspects of unemotional morkehng 
0101 (02710) Greer. 1 MTuWThF Il:00om-I2:20pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT456 Advertising 

(3) Grode Method: REG 

Prerequisite BMOI 350 Develops skills in constiuchng effective advertising Examines 
how to foiinulale an advertising message, which creative tactics to use in communicat- 
ing that message ond which media uses to ensure that the target receives the mes- 
sage In addition, the rale ol advertising agencies, meosunng advertising effectiveness, 
ond regulatory and ethical issues in advertising will be discussed 

0101(02720) Shemin, D. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (VMH 1311) 

BMGT457 Marketing Policies and Strategies 

13) Grode Method REG 

CORE. Copstone (CS) Prerequisite BMOI 451 Cotequisite BM0I452 This capstone 
course ties together concepts (torn all the various morkenng courses using the funda 
mentals ol strategic moiket planning as the homework Application ol these pnnciples 
is accomplished by analyzing ond discussing coses ond by ploying o morkehng strate- 
gy computer simulation game Analysis ol current business articles lo understand the 
link between theory ond real-world problem solving 

0201 (02730) Lefkoff-Hogius. R. MTuWThF 9:30an>10:50om (VMH 1303) 

BMGT464 Organizational Behavior 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite BMOI 364 An examination of research ond theory concerning the forces 
which contribute to the behavior ol organizational members Topics covered include 
work group behavior, supervisory behavior, inleigroup relohons, employee goals ond 
attitudes, communication problems, oiganizohonol change, and organizational goals 
and design 

0101(02740) STAFF MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT476 Applied Computer Models in 
Logistics and Transport ai ion 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: BMOI 301 ond BMOI 370 and BMOI 372. Introduction to the expend- 
ing base of computet software in the logistics ond transportation fields Applications 
include inventory control, location decisions, ond vehicle routing 

0101(02750) Dong, Y TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT495 Business Policies 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

CORE Copstone (CS) Prerequisites BMOI 340; and BMOI 350; and BMOI 364 A 
cose study course where students apply what they have learned of general manage- 
ment pnnciples ond then specialized functional applications lo the overall management 
function in the enterprise. BMGT motors only All others must hove outhonzahon. 
0101(02760) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (VMH 1303) 

0102(02761) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-] 2:20pm (VMH 1203) 

0103(02762) Wolly.S. MW3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1202) 

020) (02763) Gannon, M, TuTh 3:00pm6:20pm (VMH 1 31 1 ) 
0202(02764) Gannon, M TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1311) 

BMGT496 Business Ethics and Society 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite one course in BMOI; or permission ol department A study ol the stan- 
dards of business conduct, moral, values, and the rale of business in society, with con- 
sideration of the somehmes conflicting interests ol and claims on the firm ond its 
obiectives. Emphasizes a strategic oppiooch by business to the monagement of its 
external environment. 

0101(02774) Osras, D TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (TYD 2109) 

BMGT501 Business Functions 

(4) Grade Method: REG. 

Intensive review ol marketing and finance functions in the business enterprise Credit 
not applicable to graduate degrees 
0101(02784) STAFF MW5:30pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1407) 

8MGT505 Organizational Behavior and 
Strategic Management 

13) Grade Method: REG 

Intensive review ol organizationol behovioi theory, ond administrative processes ond 
policy in the business enterprise Credit not applicable to graduate degrees 
5201(02795) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 3327) 



BMGT630 Managerial Statistics I 

(3) Grade Method REG 
for BMOI majors only or permission ol department Provides Iromng in statistical rea- 
soning and techniques in a business context. Topics indude rxobobSty models, sam- 
pling, data presentation, estimation, hypothesis testing, multiple regression, analysis 
of designed doto, and tools lor dato-besed decision making in total quality manage- 
ment Open to part-time MBA students with 1 2 aedils completed. 
0101 (02806) Alt, F TuTh 6:40pm-l0:00prti (VMH 1203) 

BMGT681 Managerial Economics and Public 
Policy 

(3) Grade Method REG/ AUD 

For 8MOI motors only. Hot open to stufatswforvve completed BMGI 671 and 
BMOI 680. Bosk mwoeconomK principles used by firms, induing supply end 
demond, elasticities, costs, produoivrty, pricing, market structure ond competitive 
implications of alternative market structures Market fates and government rrtetven- 
non Public policy processes affecting business operations. 

0201(02820) SWF TuTh 6:4upml0:00pm (VMH 1207) 

8MGT715 International Accounting: A 
Managerial Perspective 

13) Grode Method: REG; AUD 

Prerequisite. BMOI 611 Focuses on using occounnng doto lor monogend planing 
ond control on a global basis. The generic topics coveted m the course indude. founda- 
tions of o global accounting system; survey of international accounting standards and 
measures; ond the import ol gtobalizahon on the use ol monogenof occounting date 
Guest speakers will portiapate in the course Open to BMBA, BMSB, BMJT, BMPM ond 
LMBA maiors with 30 credits completed. 

0101(02852) Gordon, L TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT726 Distributed Data Processing 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: BMOI 620, or BMOI 721 Introduction to distributed doto processing 
concepts. The building blocks of distributed systems: computers, termmors. and com- 
munications, the interlace and protocols that allow them to function as an integrated 
system Mapr categories of distributed systems, lesourceshormgnetworks, mumple 
processor networks, and tightly coupled multiprocessors. 

: 02872) STAFF MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1 207) 

BMGT776 Management of High Technology, 
Research and Development 

(3) Grade Method REG/AUD 

for BMOI mo/ors only or permission ol deportment. The aeotion of competitive advan- 
tages through the use of new technology. The integration of ledinologKol strategy 
with business strategy within the internal corporate culture. Research and Development 
in the context of this strotegystuictuie ol the firm The noture of R 8 D, the manage- 
ment ol oeohvity, ond new product development ore olso discussed. Open to BMBA, 
BMSB, BMJT, BMPM and LMBA students with 30 credits completed. 
0101(02942) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (VMH 1311) 

BMGT795 Management of the Multinational 
Firm 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD 

The problems and pokes of international busness enterprise at the uuuyam n level 
Monogemenf of o mulrtncjtioiiol enterprise as wel as management wittm foragn nits The 
multinational firm as a soaoeccinometnc institution Cases n comparative iimjyunni t 
0201(02962) Wolry, S. TuTh 6:40pn>10 00pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG 
0101(02982) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(02983) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

BMGT828 Independent Study in Business and 
Management 

(1-9) Grade Method REG. 
By permission only of the Graduate DuKlrx 
01 01 (02993) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(02994) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

BMGT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: KG. 
Contort Graduate Program Director to make arrangements 
0101 (03004) STAFF Tine and room to be arranged 

05) STAFF Tme ond room to be arranged 



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BSOS Behavioral and Social 
Sciences 

CBEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES) 

BSOS346 Internship in Political Institutions: 
State and Local Government IPermReq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Pmequisite: peimission ol department This course offers students supervised place- 
ments in stole ond locnl governmental agencies Attendance at the seminar and dis- 
cussion section is required 
0101(03055) Sorenson, G. Time ond room to be arranged 
0201 (03056) Sorenson, G. Time ond loom lo be arranged 

BSOS356 Internship in Political Institutions: 
Federal and International IPermReq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite peimission ol department. Ihis coucse afters students supervised place- 
ments in notional and international governmental agencies Attendance at Itie semmai 
ond discussion section is required. 
0101(03066) Soienson, G. Time and loom lo be arranged 
0201 (03067) Sorenson, G. Time and room to be arranged 

BS0S366 Internship in Community Service 
Organizations IPermReq) 

(3-6) Giode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission ol department This course offers students supervised place- 
ments in non-profit community organizations Attendance at the seminar and discus- 
sion section is requited. 
0101(03077) Sorenson, G. Time ond room to be arranged 
0201 (03078) Soienson, G. Time ond loom to be arranged 

BS0S3B6 Experiential Learning IPermReq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Pmequisite: learning Ptoposal appioved by the Caieet Centei, faculty sponsoi, and 

student's internship sponsoi 56 semestei houts. 
0101(03088) Beordsley, K. Time ond room to be arranged 
01 02 (03089) Sorenson, G. Time and room to be arranged 
0201 (03090) Sorenson, G. Time and room to be oironged 

BSOS396 Fellowship Program in Political 

Leadership (PermReql 
(3-6) Giode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite, peimission ol department and acceptance ol lull-hme fellowship program, 
Coiequisite: SSOS 346, SSOS 356 oiSSOS 366. Individual instruction course 
0101(03100) Soienson, G. Time and loom to be arranged 
0201 (031 01 ) Soienson, G. Time and loom to be arranged 

BS0S399 Directed Study in Behavioral and 

Social Sciences (PetmReq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(03111) Sorenson, G. Time ond room to be arranged 
0201 (03112) Sorenson, G. Time and room lo be arranged 

CCJS Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
CGS100 Introduction to Criminal Justice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) foimeily OUS 100 titroduction to the admin- 
isttation of cnminol |ushce in a democratic society with emphasis on the theoretical ond 
histoncol development of law enforcement. The pnnciples of organization and administra- 
tion for law enforcement; functions and specific activities: planning ond research; public 
relations; personnel and training, inspection and control; direction; policy formulahon. 
0101 (03162) Fisher-Stewart, G. MTuWTh 9:00am-10:40om (KEY 0102) 
0201 (03163) Fisher-Stewart, G. MTuWTh 9:00om-10:40am (KEY 0102) 

CUS105 Introduction to Criminology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) former// CRIM 220 Cnminol behavioi and 
the methods of its study, causation, typologies ol criminal acts ond offenders, punish- 
ment, collection ond mcapocitonon, prevention of crime. 



0101(03173) STAFF MTuWTh 9:00am-10:40am (DNC 1139B) 

0201(03174) Chapman, B. MTuWTh 9:00om-10:40om (DNC I139B) 

CGS200 Statistics for Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pietequisites: MATH III and (COS WO at CCJS 105) oi permission ol department. 
Introduction to descnptive ond inferential statistics, graphical techniques, and the com- 
puter analysis of criminology ond criminal justice data Basic procedures ol hypothesis 
testing, correlation ond regression analysis, and the analysis ol continuous ond binary 
dependent variables Emphasis upon the examinabon of leseoich problems and issues 
in cnminology and cnminol |ustice. 
0101(03184) Paternoster, R. MTuWTh ll:00um-12:40pm (DNC 1139B) 

COS230 Criminal Law in Action 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

formenV OUS 230. low os one of the methods of sociol control Criminal law: its 
nature, sources ond types, theories and historical developments Behavioral ond legal 
aspects of criminal acts Classification and analysis of selected criminal offenses. 
0101(03194) Zumbrun.A. MW 10:00om-l :00pm (DNC 1147A) 

CCJS234 Law of Criminal Investigation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite' COS 230 Foimeily OUS 234. General principles and theories of crimi- 
nal procedure Due process Arrest, search ond seizure Recent developments. Study 
and evaluation of evidence and proof 
0101(03204) Zumbrun.A. MW l:15pm-4:15pm (TYD0117) 
0201(03205) Bury.R. Mh 6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 1101) 

CUS300 Criminological and Criminal 
Justice Research Methods 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pteiequisites: COS 100 and COS 105, and one of the Mowing: S0CY 20 1 ot PSK 
200 oi [COH 321 oi BMCT 230 Foimeily OUS 300. Introduction to the formulation 
of leseoich questions covering crime and justice, research designs, data collection, ond 
interpretation and reporting in cnminological and lusticcrtystem settings 
0201(03215) Seolock, M. MTuWTh 9:30om-l 1:10am (TYD 1101) 

CCJS320 Introduction to Criminalistics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pmequisite: COS 234 foimeily OUS 320. An innoduction to modern methods used 
in the detection, investigation and solution of crimes Practical analysis of evidence in 
a cnminol investigation laboratory, including photography, fingerprints and other 
impiessions, ballistics, gloss, hon, handwnting ond document examination, drug analy- 
sis, and lie detection. 
0101(03225) Mouiiello,! MW 6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 0102) 
0201 (03226) Mouriello.T. MW 6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 0102) 

CCJS340 Concepts of Law Enforcement 
Administration 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pmequisite COS 100 ot equivalent, foimeily OUS 340 An introduction to concepts 
of orgomzahon and management os these relate to low enforcement Pnnciples of 
stiucture, process, policy and pioceduie, communication ond authority, division of woik 
ond organizational controls Human element in the organization Informal interaction 
ond buieauciocy. 
0101(03236) STAFF MTuWTh 1 1 :00am-l 2:40pm (PES 1 1 1 3) 

CCJS350 Juvenile Delinquency 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COS 105 foimeily CRIM 450. Juvenile delinquency in relation lo the 
general problem of cnme, analysis of factors underlying luvenile delinquency; treat- 
ment and prevention; organization and social responsibility of low enforcement 
0101(03246) STAFF MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (ARC 1101) 

COS352 Drugs and Crime 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: COS 100 formerly OUS 352. An analysis of the rale of criminal |usnce 
in the control of drug use and obuse. 
0201 (03256) STAFF MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (SQH 1117) 

CCJS359 Field Training in Criminology and 
Corrections 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (03266) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (03267) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 



CCJS386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite learning Ptoposal appioved by the Caieet Center, faculty sponsoi ond stu- 
dent's internship sponsor 56 semester horn. 
0101(03277) STAFF Time ond room to be oironged 

0201 (03278) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

CGS398 Law Enforcement Field Training 

(PermReql 

(I 6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (03288) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (03289) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

CCJS399 Independent Study in Criminology 
and Criminal Justice 

(1 -31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

01 01 (03299) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (03300) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CCJS451 Crime and Delinquency Prevention 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: COS 105 or COS 350 ot peimission ol department: and COS 300. 

Foimeily CRIM 451 Methods ond programs in prevention ol crime and delinquency 

0101(03310) STAFF MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (KEY 0102) 

CCJS452 Treatment of Criminals and 
Delinquents 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites COS 105 or COS 350 ot peimission ol department; and COS 300. 
Foimeily CRIM 452 Processes and methods used to modify criminal and delinquent 
behavior 
0201 (03320) Smith, D MTuWTh 2:OOpm-3 40pm (KEY 0103) 

CCJS454 Contemporary Criminological Theory 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites COS 105; and COS 300; and COS 350 Formerly CRIM 4S4. Brief 
histoncol overview of criminological theory up to the 50 's Deviance Labeling. 
Typologies Most lecent reseaich in criminalistic subcultures and middle class delin- 
quency. Recent pioposals foi "decriminalization" 
0201 (03330) Simpson, S. MTuWTh 1 1 :00om-l 2:40pm (DNC 1 1 39B) 

CCJS498 Selected Topics in Criminology 
and Criminal Justice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (03340) Wellford, C. Time and room to he onanged 

CCJS699 Special Criminological Problems 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(03350) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (03351) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

CUS799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(03361) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (03362) STAFF Time ond room lo be ononged 

COS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-81 Grade Method: REG 
0101 (03372) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

0201 (03373) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 



CHEM Chemistry 



(Life Sciences) 

CHEM103 General Chemistry I 

14) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: placement in MATH llOorhigher. 
Recommended placement in MATH 115 oi higher Credit will be granted lor only one 
of the following: CHFM 102, CHFM 1 03, CHFM 105, CHFM 107, CHFM 1 1 1, CHFM 
143. The first semester of a chemistry sequence intended foi students whose curricula 
require a yeor or more ol chemistry. The nature ond composinon of matter, chemical 
calculations, elements ond inorganic compounds. Lecture, discussion and laboratory 
meehng times will be ononged between 8:00om ond 1 2:20pm Monday through 
Friday The hist class meeting will be lecture 
0131(03423) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond room to be ononged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am (JMP 2202) Drs 



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0132(03424) STAFF MTuWThf ll:00om-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time and loom to be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (JMP 3105) Dis 

0133(03425) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond room to be ottonged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (CHE 2145) Dis 

0134(03426) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond loom lo be anonged lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am CANS 0412) Dis 

0138(03429) STAFF Meets 06/02/97-08/22/97 

Tu6:30pm-10:30pm (PHY 1219) 
Th 6:30pm-IO:30pm (Anonged) lob 
Section 01 38 is restricted to students who olieody hold o boaoluoieote degiee ond oie 
raking selected courses pieponng them foi further education in the health professions 
STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 .OOom-1 2:20pm (CHM 1 402) 

Time ond room to be arranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (JMP 3105) Drs 

0232 (03432) STAFF MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time ond mom lo be arranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50om COP 1228) Dis 

CHEM104 Fundamentals of Organic and 
Biochemistry 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

CORF, life Science lob (ID Prerequisite: CHEM 103 or CHEM 105 Credit will be 
granted to only me ol Ifte following CHEM 104 oi CHEM 233 to CHEM 23S). 
Intended to students whose cumculo requite one yeot ol chemistry Students requinng 
two ot more yeas ol chemistry should registet lor CHEM 233 or CHEM 235. The 
chemistry ol carbon aliphatic compounds, aromatic compounds, stereochemistry, 
halides, amines, ond amides, ocids, esteis, caibohydrotes, ond natural products 
Lecture, discussion and laboratory meeting times will be arranged between 8:00om 
ond 12:20pm Monday through Fndoy 

0261(03442) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-l 2:20pm (JMP 3105) 

Time ond room lo be arranged lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50om (CHE 2140) Dis 
The first class meeting will be lecture. 

CHEMII3 General Chemistry II 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Physical Science Lob (PI) Prerequisite' CHEM 103otCHEM 105. Cteditwillbe 
grouted lor only one ol the following: CHEM 773 or CHEM 1 15 Kinetics; homoge- 
neous, hettogeneous, ond ionic equilibria, oxidohon-ieduclion; electrochemistry; chem- 
istry of the elements. Lecture, discussion and laboratory meeting times will be arranged 
between 8 OOom ond 12:20pm Monday through Friday The first class will be lecture. 

0141 (03464) STAFF MTuWThF 1 l:00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time ond room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am (JMP 1 109) Dis 

0142 (03465) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time and room to be anonged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50om (JMP 3104) Dis 
0143(03466) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time ond room to be onanged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:OOomlO:50am (JMP 1202) Dis 
0148(03468) STAFF Meets 06/02/97-08/22/97 

Tu 6:30pm-9;30pm (PHY 1402) 
Th 6:30prrr9:30pm (Arranged) lob 
Section 0148 is restarted to students who already hold o boccolaureote degree and are 
taking selected couises pieponng them foi further educurion in the health professions. 

0241 (03470) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 407) 

Time and room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-l0 50am (JMP 1 109) Dis 

0242 (03471) STAFF MTuWThF 1 l:00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond loom to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (CHE 2145) Dis 

0243(03472) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time and room to be anonged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00om-l0:S0cm (CHE 2108) Dis 

0244 (03473) STAFf MTuWThF 1 1 OOam-1 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time and room to be onanged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (PIS 1 168) Dis 

CHEM233 Organic Chemistry 1 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHEM 113 or CHEM 153 Credit will be gtanled lot only one ol me to 
lowing: CHEM 104, CHEM 233, CHEM 255 The chemistry of corbon: aliphatic com- 
pounds, oromotic compounds, steieochemistry, aienes, bolides, alcohols, esters, ond 
spectroscopy Lecture, discussion ond laboratory meeting times will be oiranged 
between 8:00om ond 1 2:20pm Mondoy through Friday The first class will be lecture. 



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0173(03486) STAFF 



0174(03487) STAFF 



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MTuWThF 11 OOom-1 2:20pm (PHY 1410) 
Time ond room lo be anonged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:S0om (CHE 2118) Dis 
MTuWThF ll:OOom-12:20pm (PHY 1410) 
Time ond room lo be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50om (CHE 2120) Dis 
MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (PHY 1410) 
Time ond room lo be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (PHY 1402) Dis 
MTuWThF Il;00om-I2:20pm (PHY 1410) 
Time ond room to be onanged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50orn (EGR 0104) Drs 
MTuWThF 1 1 00am-12:20pm (CHE 2108) 
Time ond room to be arranged lab 
MTuWThF 8:00am-l 0:50am (EGR 31 11) Dis 
MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (CHE 2108) 
Time ond room to be onanged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50am (EGR 31 14) Dis 

CHEM233H Organic ( hemistry I 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite. CHEM U3orCHEM 153 Credit wil be gtonled lot only one ol the lolbwmg: 

CHEM 104, CHEM 233, CHEM 255. Discussion meeting times will be 9:30 om Monday 

through FrirJay Prerequisite: CHEM 233 token at UMCP within twelve months of the 

semester which CHEM 233M is taken. A student rs eligible to take Ifiis course only if the 

tab scores received in CHEM 233, the last rime rt was token, totalled at least 80 percent of 

the maximum possible total. These scores will count for port of the grode in CHEM 233M. 

0171(03502) STAFF MTuWThF U:00aml 2:20pm (PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-IO 50am (CHE 2118) Dis 

0172 (03503) STAFF MTuWThF I lOOam-l 2:20pm (PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (CHE 2120) Dis 

0174(03505) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10.50om (EGR 0104) Dis 

0271(03508) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (CHE 2110) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (EGR 3111) Dis 

0272(03509) STAFF MTuWThF U:00am-12.20pm (CHE 2110) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (EGR 3114) Dis 

CHEM243 Organic Chemistry II 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pterequisite: CHEM 233 Ctedit will be granted lot only one ol the following: CHEM 
243 or CHEM 247. A continuation of CHEM 233 with emphasis on molecular struc- 
ture; substitution reochons, catbomum ions, aiomoticily; synthetic processes; mocro- 
molecules Lecture and laboratory meeting times will be onanged between 8:00am 
ond 12:20pm Mondoy through Friday The first class meeting will be lecture. 
0181(03519) STAFF MTuWThF 11:00am-] 2:20pm (CHE 21 10) 

Time ond room to be arranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00an>10:50om (CLB 0109) Dis 
0182(03520) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2 20pm (CHE 2110) 

Time ond room to be arranged Lab 
MTuWThF 8:00om-l 0:50am (SYM 1308) Dis 
0281(03523) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm UMZ0220) 

Time ond room to be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (PHY 1219) Dis 
3282(03524) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (JM2 0220) 

Time ond room to be anonged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:OOontlO:50om (PHY 1221) Dis 
0283(03525) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOam-1 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

Time ond room to be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-l0:50om (PHY 1402) Dis 
ins 26) STAFF MTuWThF II OOom-1 2 20pm (JMZ 0220) 

Time ond room to be onanged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00on>l 0:50am (CSS 2330) Drs 

CHEM243M Organic Chemistry II 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pretequisile CHEM 233 Ctedit will be gtanled lot only one ol the following CHEM 
243 or CHEM 241. Prerequisite: CHEM 243 token ol UMCP within twelve months of 
the semester in which CHEM 243M is token. A student is eligible to take this course 
only if the lob scoies received in CHEM 243, the lost rime it wos token, totalled at 
least 80 percent of the maximum possible total. These scoies will count foi part of the 
grade in CHEM 243M. 



0282(03543) SttfF MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30an>10:50om (PHY 1221) Drs 

14) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pmUMZ0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 1402) Db 

0284(03545) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CSS 2330) Dis 

CHEM398 Special Projects (rVmJer/J 

(2) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD 

0101(03557) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

558) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CHEM399 Introduction to Chemical Research 

(PermReql 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Capstone (CSj Research [fans must be approved by Dt Sampugre before ieasrro«on 
0101(03568) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

691 STAFF Time oml room to Ik arranged 

CHEM481 Physical Chemistry 1 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite CHEM 113 or CHEM 153 or CHEM 133; and MOH 14 1; ond PUTS 
142. A course pnmonly for chemists ond chermcoi engineers. 

0101 (03579) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-O7/25/97 MTuThF 8:00om-9;20om (CHM 1402) 

CHEM482 Physical Chemistry II 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pretequisile CHEM 481. A course pnmarify for chemists and cherried engineers. 

0101 (03589) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (CHM 1402) 

CHEM699 Special Prohlems in Chemistry 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(03599) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

(03600) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CHEM799 Masters I hesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method REG. 
0101(03610) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

0201(03611) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CHEM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
0101(03621) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

1622 1 STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



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MTuWThF ll:00om-12 20pm (CHF 2110! 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (CLB 0109) Dis 
MTuWThF 11 OOom-1 2:20pm (CHE 2110) 
MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (SYM 1308) Do 
MTuWThF 11 OOom-1 2 20pm (JMZ 0220) 
MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PHY 1219) Dis 



ll MANITIES) 

CHIN101 Intensive Elementary' Chinese I 

(PermPeql 

(6) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Honmaiors admitted only after o placement interview. Introduction to speobig, reod- 
ing , ond whfing Chinese with on emphasis on mastering me essentials of pronunao 
hon, basic characters ond structural patterns Arrange for ptacement interview with Dr 
Scott McGinnis. 

0101 (03672) Shen, H. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 2:20pm (IMZ 1 2 1 1 ) 

CHIN102 Elementary Spoken Chinese (rVmfeoj 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHIH 101 or equivalent rVorHnoyors arjrrWfed airy aha a plaement 
interview. Continued study of grammolKol patterns and vocobotary buldup with pome 
uloi emphasis on conversation. May be token in conjunction with CHIN 103. 
.. 103682) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm UMZ 1226) 

CHIN103 Elementar) Written Chinese Ihmbii) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqursrte: CHIH 101 or eqmoknt Honmmas odrnned only after a ptamanf irrBr- 
view. Continued study of grommotKol patterns and buildup of vocabulary with particubi 
emphasis on leading and wnfmg. May be token in comunction with CHIN 1 02 

03692) McGmnis,S. MTuWThF 9:30rjrn-10:S0am UMZ 1226) 



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CHIN2I3 Chinese Poetry into English: An 

Introduction 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 
[ORE Literature (HI) DIVERSITY Issues in the inleicultuial ond interlingual interpreta- 
tion of foteign literature through the study ol Western translations of ond scholarship 
on selected Chinese poets No knowledge ol Chinese required. 
0201(03702) Ton, D. MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:30pm (EGR3140) 

CHIN499 Directed Study in Chinese IPermKeq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (03712) Brown, W. Time and room to be orranged 

CHPH Chemical Physics 

Mathematical and Physical 

Si IENC tO 

CHPH799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(03762) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (03763) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

CHPH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(03773) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(03774) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

CLAS Classics 

(Arts and Humanities) 

CLAS170 Greek and Roman Mythology 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HL) Taught in English, no prerequisite: cannot be token for longuoge 
credit. This course is particularly recommended for students plonning to major in for- 
eign languages, English, history, the line arts, or journalism. 
0101(03824) Staley.G. MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm (MMH 1400) 

0201(03825) Chrol, E MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MMH 3418) 

CLAS374 Greek Tragedy in Translation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Study and analysis of the tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Eunpides with special 
attention to the concepts of character ond of thought as conceived by Aristotle in The 
Poetics. 
0101(03835) Lee. H. Mh 5:40pm-9:00pm (MMH 1304) 

CLAS470 Advanced Greek and Roman 
Mythology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: C MS / 70 or permission of department Selected themes and characters of 
Greek and Roman myth History of the study of myth and research methods in mythology. 
0101 (03845) Stoley, G. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (MMH 3418) 

CLAS799 Master's Thesis Research IPermKeq) 

0-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
0201 (03855) S1AFF Time and room to be arranged 

CMLT Comparative Literature 

i Ak i s and Humanities) 

CMIT270 Global Literature and Social Change 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY Comparative study of literature through selected liter- 
ary works fiom several non-Western cultures, viewed cross-culturally in light ol particu- 
lar social, political, and economic perspectives. 
0101(03905) Silbermon.S. TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1119) 
0201 (03906) Schaub, J. TuTh 9:30om-l 2:50pm (SQH 1 1 20) 

CMET275 World Literature by Women 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

CORE: Uteralure (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered os WMSf 275. Credit will be granted for 
only one ol the following. (MI 275 or WMSI 275 Comporative study of selected 
wonts by women wntets ol several countries, exploring points of intersection and 
divergence in women's literary representations. 

0201 (0391 6) Moisto, M. MW 6:00pn>9: 1 5pm (SQH 21 20) 



CMLT386 Experiential Learning IPermKeq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: learning Ptoposol approved by the Coreer Center, locally sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours 
0101(03926) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CMLT488A Genres: Film Analysis 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0201 (03936) Millet, J. TuTh 6:30pm-l 0:00pm (SQH 1 1 20) 

CMLT488M Genres: Philosophy of Film 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (03946) Giovonnelli, A. MTuTh 10:00om-12:15pm (SKN 1112) 
Philosophical issues concerning the norure, the expenence. and the interpretation ol 
film. We will explore topics such os: the role of imagination in film, movie narra- 
tion, point of view; space and time in him; cinematic representation ond realism, 
him vs. literature; him vs. theater. The course includes him viewings. 

CMLT4980 Selected Topics in Comparative 
Studies: Cultures and the 
Laughing Film 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (03956) Robinson, E. MW 9:30nm-12:50pm (SQH 1 120) 

CMLT699 Independent Study IPermKeq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(03966) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

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CMLT788 Practicum in Comparative Studies 

IPermKeq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: S-F. 
0101(03977) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(03978) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

CMLT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(03988) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(03989) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

CMT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(03999) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201 (04000) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

CMPS Computer, 
Mathematical and 



Physical Sciences 



(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

CMPS299B Special Topics: Achieving 
Academic Excellence (PermKeq) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Fot Bridge students only. 
0201 (04050) STAFF 
0202(04051) STAFF 
0203 (04052) STAFF 



MTuWThF 8:30om-10:30om (IMP 3104) 
MTuWThF 8:30om-10:30nm (CHE 21 16) 
MTuWThF 8:30om-l 0:30am (EGR 0104) 



CMPS299C Special Topics IPermKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(04062) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

Open to Minority Honors Program for Scientists and Engineers. 

CMPS299E Special Topics: Achieving 
Academic Excellence IPermKeq) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (04072) STAFF MTuWThF 8:30om-10:30om (20P 1234) 

Open to Summer Scholors in Computer Science and Engineering Program partici- 
pants only. 



CMSC Computer Science 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physk ai 
Sciences) 

CMSC102S Introduction to Information 

Technology IPermKeq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

for non-mo/ors only Not open to students who have completed CMSC 113 or CMSC 
214 Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: CMSC 102 or CMSC 214 or 
CMSC 1)3. (If CMSC 102 is token before (CMSC 214 or CMSC 113), men credit will 
be granted lot both). 

0201(04134) S1AFF Time and room to be orranged 

Special Program Students only 

CMSC106 Introduction to C Programming 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MMH 1 10 Not applicable to the major requirements in computer set 
ence. Credit will not be gianted lor CMSC 106 it students already have credit for 
either CMSC 1 13 or CMSC 1 14 Hot open to students who have completed CMSC 
1 13 at CMSC 1 14. Oesign and analysis of programs in C An introduction to comput- 
ing using structured programming concepts. CMPS maps will be given pnority for leg- 
islation until the hist day of dosses. 

0101 (04144) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuThF 1 1 :00om-l 2: 1 5pm (CLB 0111) 
Wll:00am-12:15pm(CLB0111)Lob 

0102 (04145) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuThF 1 1 :00am-12: 1 5pm (CLB 01 1 1 ) 
Wll:O0om-12:20pm (CHE 2136) Lob 

CMSC107 Introduction to the UNIX 
Operating System 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Kecommended: prior expenence with computing Effective use ot UNIX tools 
loi students of all disciplines. UNIX file system; shell programming; text edit- 
ing; filters; pipes; macro processing; data analysis, text processing; document 
maintenance 



0101 (04155) STAFF 



MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (CLB 011 1) 



CMSCI50 Introduction to Discrete Structures 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mathematics or Foimal Reasoning (MS) Pie- ot coreqursite: MAJH 140. 
hrmetly CMSC 250 Fundamental mathematical concepts related to computer sci- 
ence, including finite and infinite sets, relations, functions, ond prepositional logic 
Introduction to other techniques, modeling ond solving problems in computet sci- 
ence Introduction to permutations, combinations, graphs, ond trees with selected 
applications. 

0101 (04165) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWTh 1 2:30pm-l :50pm (CLB 01 1 1) 
F12:30pm-l:50pm(ClB0111)Dis 

CMSC25I Algorithms 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites. (CMSC 1 12 ot CMSC 114) with a grade of Cor better, CMSC 150 with a 
grode of C or better, and MMH 140 A systematic study of the complexity of some ele- 
mentary algorithms related to sorting, graphs ond trees, and combinatoncs Algonrhms 
ore analyzed using mathematical techniques to solve recurrences and summations. 

0101(04175) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (CLB 0102) 

CMSC311 Computer Organization IPermKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: {CMSC 1 1 3 or CMSC 211) with o grade of C or better. Introduction to 
assembly language Design of digital logic circuits Organization of central processors, 
including instruction sets, register transfer operations, control microprogramming, doro 
representation, ond arithmetic algonrhms. Memory and input/output organization. 
0101(04185) STAFF ' MTuWThF ll.OOom-1 2:20pm (CLB0102) 

CMSC330 Organization of Programming 

Languages (PermKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite' (CMSC U3otCMSC2l4) with o grade ot C or better, /he semonhes of 
programming languages ond their run-rime organization Several different models of 
languages ore discussed, including procedural (eg, C, Pascal), functional (e.g., ML, 
LISP,), rule-based (e.g., Prolog), and obiect-onented (e.g., C++, Smalltalk) Run-rime 
structures, including dynamic versus static scope rules, storage for stnngs, arrays, 
records, ond object inheritance ore explored. 
0101(04195) STAFF MTuThF 9:30om-)0:50am (CLB 0102) 

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CMSC3B6 Experiential Learning (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F 

Prerequisite learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours. Written permission ol instructor must 
be obtained in advance on department form. 
0101(04205) 51AFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

0201(04206) STAFF Time and room lo be arranged 

CMSC390 I lonors Paper (PermReq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite admission lo CMSC Honors Program Special study or research directed 

toward preparation al honors paper 
0101(04216) STAFF Time and room lo be ononged 

0201(04217) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CMSC411 Computer Systems Architecture 

(PermReq) 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD- 

Prerequisites: a grade ol C or better in CMSC 31 1 and CMSC 330; or CMSC 400; ond 
permission ol department; or CMSC graduate student Input/output processors ond 
techniques Intro-system communication, buses, caches Addiessing ond memory hier- 
oichies. Microprogramming, parallelism, and pipelining. 
0201(0422;) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (CLB 0102) 

CMSC420 Data Structures (femKeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: a grade of C or better in CMSC 330 or CMSC 400; ond permission of 
department, or CMSC graduate student Description, properties, ond storage allocation 
ol data strictures including lists nnd trees Algorithms foi manipulating structures. 
Applications tram areas such os doto processing, information retrieval, symbol manipu- 
lation, and operating systems, 

0101(04237) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:S0am (JMP3201) 

CMSC450 logic for Computer Science (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: (CMSC 251 and MAW 141) with grade ol C or better ond permission 
ol department; or CMSC graduate student Also offered as MAIH 450 Credit will be 
gtonted lor only one of the following: MAIH 445 or CMSC 450/MH 450 
Elementary development of propositionol ond first-order logic accessible to the 
odvonced undeigioduote computei science student, including the resolution method in 
propositionol logic ond Heibrand's Unsotishobility Theorem in first-order logic. Included 
ore the concepts of truth, interpretation, validity, provability, soundness, completeness, 
incompleteness, decidability ond sem+deadability. 
0102(04247) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (MTH 0107) 

CMSC451 Design and Analysis of Computer 

Algorithms (PermReq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites a grade ol C or better in (CMSC 1 13 oi CMSC 214) and a grade ol C or 
better in CMSC 25 1, and permission ol department Fundomental techniques for 
designing efficient computer algorithms, proving their correctness, ond nnolyzing then 
complexity General topics include sorting, selection, graph algorithms, and bosic algo- 
rithm design paradigms (such os dividennd-conquei, dynomrc programming oad 
gieedy algorithms), lower bounds ond NP-completeoess. 
0201(04257) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (CLB 0102) 

CMSC460 Computational Methods (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites, to grade ol C or better in MAIH 240 and MAIH 24 1); and (CMSC 1 10 
or CMSC II 3); and permission ol department; or CMSC graduate student. Also 
olfered as MAPI 460 Ciedit will be granted lor only one ol the following: 
CMSC/MAPl 460 or CMSC/MAPl 466. Bosic computational methods foi interpola- 
tion, least squares, appioximahon, numeiicol quadrature, numencal solution ol polyno- 
mial ond transcendental equations, systems of linear equahons ond initial value prob- 
lems for ordinoiy differential equations Emphasis on methods ond their computational 
properties rattier than their analytic aspects Intended primarily for students in the 
physical nnd engineering sciences. 

0101 (04267) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-O7/25/97 MTuThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH B0421) 

CMSC498A Special Problems in Computer 

Science (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P F 
0101(04277) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(04278) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 



CMSC798A draduate Seminar in Computer 

Science (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(04288) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (04289) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

CMSC799 Master's Thesis Research (PermReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(04299) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (04300) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

CMSC818A Advanced Topics in Computer 
SystemsTtormlteoj 

(1-31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (04310) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (04311) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

CMSC828A Advanced Copies in Information 

Processing (PermReq ) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(04321) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (04322) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

EMSC838A Advanced Topics in Programming 

1 angUageS (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(04332) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(04333) STAFF Time and room lo be arranged 

CMSC858A Advanced topics in Theory of 

Computing (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(04343) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(04344) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

CMSC878A Advanced Topics in Numerical 

Methods (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method REG/AUD 
0101(04354) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(04355) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

CMSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PermReq) 

1 1 -8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(04365) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

020 1 (04366) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

CONS Sustainable Development 
& Conservation Biology 

(.Life Sen m es) 

C0NS609 Special Topics in Conservation 
Biolog) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/S-F 

0101(04416) Inouye, D. Time ond room lo be ononged 

0201 (044 1 7) Inouye, D Time ond room to be ononged 

CONS798 Research Papers in Sustainable 
Development and Conservation 

Biology (PermReq) 
(1-41 Grade Method: REG/S-F. 

0101(04427) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0701(04428) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

COOP Cooperative Education 
Progra m 

gr adu ah Studies) 
COOP098 Summer Co-Op Work Experience 

(No ciedit) Grade Method: S-E 

Permission ol Coop Coordinator requued Obtain signature ond more information at 
the Coieei Centei, 3121 Hornboke Ubrary. For special fees, see the financial informa- 
tion section of the Schedule of Classes. 



ECON Economics 



iral and Social Sen 
EC0N201 Principles of Economics 1 

(3) Gtode Method: REG/P-f/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (S8) Prerequisite: MAIH 1 10 or placement in 
MAIH 115 or above. Ciedit will be gronled for only one ol the lohowing: [COM 201 
oi ICON 205 An introduction to the problems of unemployment, inflation, ond eco- 
nomic growth. Emphasis on roles of monetory ond fiscal policy in the conduct of 
moaoeconomic policy. The efficacy of wage ond once controls is analyzed 

0101 (04529) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (TYO 0)01) 

0102 (04530) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-!0:50om (TYD 0101) 
0103(04531) STAFF MTuWThF I l:00on>12:20pn (ARC 1101) 
0104(04532) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:SOpm (TYD 2111) 
0201(04533) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (TYD 2109) 

0202 (04534) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50om (KEY 0125) 

0203 (04535) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2108) 

ECON203 Principles of Economics II 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Behavioral and Social Saence (S8) Prerequisite MAIH 1 10 or placement in MAIH 
115 or above. Recommended; KOH 201. This course emphasizes the behavior of mdrvrJ- 
ual consumeis ond business films, problems of international trade ond finance, the tfctnb- 
ution ol income, policies foi eliminating poverty ond discnminanon, the problems of envi- 
ronmental pollution, and the impact of different market sttucrures upon economic activity. 
0101(04545) STAFF TuTh6:30pm-9:50pm (TYO 0117) 

0102(04546) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30an>10:50om (TYO 0111) 

0103(04547) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOoml2:20pm (TYD 21 ID 

0201(04548) STAFF MTuWThF II OOam-1 2 20pm (SOU 1105) 

0202.(04549) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SOU 1105) 

0203 '(04550) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYO 2109) 

ECON305 Intermediate Macroeconomic 
theory and Policy 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: ICON 20 1; anil ICON 203; ond MAIH 220. Credrt wilt be granted fa 
only one ol the following: [CON 305 or (CON 405. formerly (CON 401. Analyse of 
the determination of notional income, employment, ond price levels. Discussion of con- 
sumption, investment, inflation, ond government fiscal ond monetary policy 
0101(04560) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30an>10:50om (TYD 01 17) 

0102(04561) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (TYD0102) 

0201 (04562) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2108) 

0202(04563) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (TYD 2109) 

ECON306 Intermediate Microeconomic 
Theory 

|3| Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: [CON 201, and [CON 203; and MAIH 220. formerly KON 403. 

Analysis of the theones of consumei behavior ond of the htm, market systems, cfcfrib- 

ulion theory ond the role of externalities. 
0101(04573) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-I2:20om(TY00111) 

0102(04574) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 2111) 

0201(04575) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYO 0101) 

0202(04576) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00aml 2:20pm (S0H 1117) 

EC0N3II American Economic Development 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: ([CON 20 1; and [CON 203) or [CON 205. An onofysis of the major 
issues in the growth and development of the Amencon economy. Basic economic theo- 
ry related to such topics as ogiicultuie, bonking, industrialization, slavery, tronspocto- 
toon, ond the depression of the 1930s. 

0101(04586) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00an>12:20pm (TYD 0117) 

ECON315 Economic Development of 
Underdeveloped Areas 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: (KON 201 , end [CON 203) or [CON 205. Oetiwt be granted for 
only one ol the following: [CON 315 or KON 416. formerly KON 415. AnrjysB of 
the economic and soaal chorocterisnes ol underdeveloped areas. Recent theories of eco- 
nomic development, obstacles to development, policies ond planting for devetoprnent 
0101(04596) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30omlO:50om (TYD 2109) 



0101(04478) Jones, J. 
0201(04479) Jones, J 



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COURSE 



LISITING 



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EC0N386 Experiential Learning 

13-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: Learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsai, and 

student's internship sponsor. 56 semestet hours. 
0101(04606) Walk, J. Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (04607) Wollis, J. lime ond room to be orranged 

EC0N399 Individual Reading and Research 
For Undergraduates (PermReqi 

(1-3) Grade Method:' REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: six houis of upper division economics courses. 
0101(04617) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(04618) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EC0N430 Money and Banking 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites [CON 20 1 and [CON 203 Credit will be granted lor only one ol the tal- 
lowing: [CON 430 or [CON 431. The structure of financial institutions ond their role in 
the provision of money ond neor money Analysis ol the Federal Reserve System, the 
techniques of central banks, and the control of supply of financial assets in stabiliza- 
tion policy. Relationship of money ond credit to economic activity and the price level. 

0101(04628) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-!0:50am (TYD 21 1 1) 

0201(04629) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (SQH 1117) 

EC0N440 International Economics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites [CON 201 and [CON 203 Credit will be granted lor only one of the fol- 
lowing: [CON 440 or [CON 441 A description of internohonol trade ond the analysis 
ol international transactions, exchange rates, ond balance of poyments Analysis of poli- 
cies of protection, devaluation, ond exchange rote stabilization ond then consequences. 
0101(04639) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (TYD 01 17) 

0102(04640) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (TYD 0102) 

EC0N460 Industrial Organization 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: [CON 306 or [CON 406. Changing structure of the American economy; 
piice policies in different industrial classifications ol monopoly and competition in rela- 
tion to problems of public policy. 
0101(04650) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (TYD0101) 

EC0N799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101 (04660) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

0201(04661) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

ECON899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(04671) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201 (04672) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

EDCI Education, Curriculum 
and Instruction 

(Education) 

EDCI298 Special Problems in Teacher 

Education IPermReql 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (04722) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (04723) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

EDCI301 Teaching Art in the Elementary 
School 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

for elementary and ptwlementory education majors only Not open to art education 
motors Art methods and materials foi elementary schools Includes laboratory experi- 
ences with motenals appropriate foi elementary schools Emphosis on emeiging areas 
of art educohon for the elementary classroom teacher 

0101(04733) STAFF Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 

MTuWThF 8:30om-ll:30om(EDU 1315) 

0201(04734) STAFF TuTh9:00am-l 2:20pm (EDU 1315) 

EDCI320 Curriculum and Instruction in 
Secondary Education: Social 

Studies/ History IPermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



Prerequisites: admission to teacher educohon program, and 2 5 6PA, ond permission 
ol department; and [OHO 300S, and [OCI 390 for educohon mo/on only Obiectrves, 
selection ond oigonizonon of subject mottei, appropnote methods, lesson plons, text- 
books and other instructional motenals, measurement and topics pertinent to social stud- 
ies education. Includes emphosis on multi-cultural education. 

0101(04744) Cimncione, 1. M 3:40pm-6:45pm (EDU 4233) 
W 3:40pm-6:45pm (EDU 4233) 

EDCI385 Computers for Teachers 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: admission to teacher education program; and 2.5 OPA. for educohon 
maiors only Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: [OCI 385; or [OCI 
487; or [Oil 406, or [Oil 411, or [OSP 480 A firstTevel survey of instructional uses 
ol computets, software, and related technology for preservice teochers. 

0101(04754) STAFF Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 

MTuWThF 8:30om-l 1:30am (EDU 0202) 

EDCI390 Principles and Methods of 
Secondary Education 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites admission to teacher educohon program, ond 2 5 OPA Corequisite (OHO 
300S for education majors only Pnnciples and methods of leaching in |unioi ond senioi 
high schools Insttuctionol problems common to all ol the subiect fields, considered in rela- 
tion to the needs and interests of youth, social problems ond the centra! values of society 
0101(04764) Jantz, R MW3:40pm-7;00pm (EDU 2102) 

Time ond room to be oitonged Lob 
0201(04765) Hendricks, S. MW 12:20pm-3:40pm (EDU 1315) 
Time and room to be orranged Lab 

EDCI397 Principles and Methods of Teaching 
in Elementary Schools 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: admission to teacher educohon program, ond 75 OPA. [or education 
motors only Teaching strategies, classroom interactive techniques, ond procedures for 
planning ond evaluating instruction in elementary schools Emphasis on principles of 
effective instruction, clossioom management, ond adaptation of instruction lot various 
student populations 

0101(04775) Jantz, R Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 

MTuWThF 8:30nm-l 1:30am (EDU 2212) 

EDCI415 Methods of Teaching ESOL in 
Elementary Schools 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite [OCI 434 or permission ol deportment Analysis ol elementary school 
classroom culture, social contexts, and instructional strategies which foster language 
development in elementary school content oreas e , moth, social studies, art ond 
science), consistent with cuirent theories of child second language acquisition. For 
undergraduate ond graduate prospective ond current teachers of English to speakers of 
other languages. 

020 1 (04785) Gieenblott, L. TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 3233) 

EDCI426 Methods of Teaching Social Studies 
in Secondary Schools 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites WHO 300, ond [OCI 390. Objectives, selection ond oigonizonon of sub- 
iect mottei, nppiopnote methods, lesson plans, textbooks ond other insttuctionol mate 
rials, measurement ond topics pertinent to social studies education Includes emphosis 
on multicultural education Foi in-service teachers. 

0101 (04795) Cirrincione, J. M 3:40pm-6:45pm (EDU 4233) 
W 3:40pm-6:45pm (EDU 4233) 

EDCI434 Methods of Teaching English to 
Speakers of Other Languages 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

A survey of the histoncol und current opprooches, methods, ond techniques of teaching 
English to speakers of other languages from grommai translation to audio-lingual to 
communicative oppioaches. Analysis of successful clossioom practices which address 
the needs of cultural and longunge minority students 

0201(04805) Comas, J. MW 3:4Opm-7:O0pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCI436 Teaching for Cross-Cultural 

Communication (PermReqi 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

The techniques and content for teaching culture in foreign language classes ond 
English os a Second Language (ESL) dosses. Reseoich ond evaluation of seleded 
aspects of a culture as basis for creating teaching materials 
0101(04815) De Lorenzo, W. MW 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 



EDCI443 Literature for Children and Youth 

13) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

for elementary educohon ond ptealemenlury educohon motors only Analysis of liter- 
ary materials foi children ond youth Timeless and ageless books, and outstanding 
examples ol contemporary publishing Evaluation of the contributions of individual 
authors, illustrators ond children's book awards Also foi in-service teachers 

0101(04825) Heidelboch, R. Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 

MTuWThF 12:30pm-3:30pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCI462 Reading in the Elementary School 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Developmental reading instruction, including emeigenl literacy, literature-based and 
basal reader piogroms. Pnmanly loi mservice teochers, grades 1-8 

0201 (04835) Hough, I. 

Meets 07/14/97-08/01/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:20pm (EDU 0202) 

EDCI463 Reading in the Secondary School 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: admission to teacher educohon program; and 2.5 OPA, or permission or 1 
department required for post-boccalaoreore students for education mo/ors only The 
fundamentals of content aieo reading instruction. Emphasis on middle school through 
high school. 

0201(04845) Sarocho.O. Meets O7/14/97-O8/01/97 
MTuWThF 9:00om-12:20pm (EDU 3233) 

EDCI466 Literature for Adolescents 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



sites: admission to teachei education piogram, ond 2 5 OPA; permission ol 
deportment required for post-baccolaureote students, for educohon motors only. 
Reading and analysis of fiction and nonktion; methods for critically assessing quality 
and appeal; cunenl theory ond methods of instruction, research on response to litera- 
ture; curriculum design ond selection of books. 



1.1,111(04855) Slater, W 



MW 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 1121) 



EDCI473 Environmental Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

An interdisciplinary couise covering the literature, techniques and strategies of environ- 
mental education. 



0201(04865) Heyde.R. 
Meets 07/14/97-08/08/97 



MWF< 



)00om-12 30pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI488A Selected Topics in Teacher 

Education: Internet and Computer 
Mediated Communication in the 
Elementary and Secondary 
Classroom 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0201(04875) McKillop.A. Meets 07/14/97-08/01/97 
MTuWThF l:00pm-4:00pm (EDU 0211) 

EDCI488B Selected Topics in Teacher 

Education: Cognitive Tools in the 
Computer Enhanced Classroom 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0201 (04885) McKillop, A. Meets 08/04/97-08/22/97 
MTuWThF l:00pnH:00pm (EDU 0211) 

EDCI489 Field Experiences in Education 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (04905) STAFF Time and mom to be arranged 

0201(04906) STAFF Time end room to be orranged 

EDCI498 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

1 1 -6] Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(04916) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(04917) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

EDCI620 Trends in Secondary School 
Curriculum: Social Studies 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Recent developments in educational thinking nnd practice on the curnculum in social studies. 
0101(04927) Cirrincione, J. M 3:40pm-6:45pm (EDU 4233) 
W 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 4233) Lob 



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EDCI680 Trends in Secondary School 
Curriculum 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Recent developments in educational thinking and practice on the curriculum. For mas- 
ter's certification students only. 

0101(04937) Payne, J. lulh 9:00om-12 20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI681 trends in rlcmentary School 

Curriculum 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Recent developments in educational thinking nnd practice which have affected the cur- 
riculum in elementory education. Foi master's certification students only 

0101(04947) Muncy.D. TuTh9:00om-12:20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI690 leaching as a Profession fPermReql 

{31 Grade Method: REG. 
Prerequisite permission of deportment Die profession of leaching ond the knowledge 
base that defines teaching. Current and social issues that affect teaching and leaning; role 
of research and experience in learning to teach. For master's certification students only. 

0201 (04957) STAFF F 9:00anM:00pm (EDU 1 1 07) 

EDCI691 Models of Teaching: Theories and 

Applications (PermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG 

Prerequisite permission of department Theory ond research on teaching as applied to 
models of instruction Practice in developing on initial repertoire ol teaching models 
and in providing thoughtful critique of teaching hosed on these models Foi mastei's 
certification students only 
0201(04967) McColebJ TuTh9:00om-l 2:20pm (EDU 2101) 

0202(04968) McColebJ. TuTh lOOpm-4 :20pm (E0U 2102) 

EDCI76I Advanced Clinical Practices in 
Reading Assessment 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite. BCI 665. Coiequisite: 10CI 762 Clinical practicum in assessment focus- 
ing on stiengths ond needs in leading Cose report writing and conferences 

020 1 (04978) Giant, R. Time and room to be arranged 

EDCI762 Advanced Clinical Practices in 
Reading Instruction 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite. WCI 665- Coiequisite fflfl 761 Clinical practicum in instruction focus- 
ing on instructional technigues ond diagnostic teaching. 
020 1 (04988) Grant, R Time and room to be arranged 

EDCI788G Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education; Proseminar: 
Perspectives on Teaching (PermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
Fot master's certification students only 
0101(04999) STAFF TuTh l:00pm-4:20pm (EDU 1121) 

Time ond room to be ormnged lab 
0102(05000) STAFF TuTh 1 :00prrr4:20pm (EDU 1121) 

Time ond room to be arranged lob 
This course provides on opportunity foi students to synthesize and integrate knowf 
edge and skills learned in oil components of the Maryland Masteis Certification 
Program Particular emphasis is placed on the integration of theoretical, empirical 
and practical knowledge of teaching ond looming 

EDCI788U Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: instructional 
Implications of Cognitive Sciences 

(PermReql 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
For master's certification students only 

0201(05010) Dreher.M. MW9:OOom-12:20pm (EDU 2102) 

0202(05011) Slater.W. MW9:00om-l 2:20pm (EDO 1121) 

EDCI798 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05021) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (05022) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 



EDCI799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(05032) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(05033) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDCI888 Vpprenticeship in I duration 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(05053) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

054) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDCI899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
0101 (05064) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(05065) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDCP Education, Counseling 
and Personnel Services 

(Edu< ation) 

EDCPI088 College and Career Advancement: 
Concepts and Skills 

(I) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(05115) Von Brum, I 

Meets 06/1 1/97-07/03/97 MTuWTh 11 :00orrrl 2:00pm (SHM2101) 
This section is primarily lor students who have been dismissed from college. 

EDCPI08E College and Career Advancement: 
Concepts and Skills (PermReql 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(05125) Murray, A. Time ond room to be arranged 

EDCP386 Experiential I.earning/rVrm/iegj 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Prerequisite: teaming Ptapoial approved by the Cateet Center, faculty sponsor, and 

student's internship sponsor. 56 semestet hours. 
0101(05135) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(05136) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

EDCP411 Principles of Mental Health 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: nine semester hours in the behavioral sciences oi permission of Depart- 
ment. Mechanisms involved with peisonol adiustment, coping skills, ond the behaviors 
that lend to maladjustment 
0101 (05146) Gieenberg, K TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 1 107) 

EDCP420 Education and Racism 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY Strategy development for counselors ond educators to deal with problems 
of racism. 
0101(05156) Pope-Davis, 0. MW 12:30pm-3:40pm (EDU0114) 

EDCP489 Field I Kperiences in Counseling 
and Personnel Services (PermSeqf 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(05166) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

0201(05167) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

EDCP498 Special Problems in Counseling 
and Personnel Services 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(05177) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(05178) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDCP499 Workshops, Clinics, Institutes 

(I I Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(05188) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

EDCP6II Career Development Theory and 
Programs 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Research and theory related to coieei ond educational decisions, programs of related 
information and other activities in caieei decision 
0101(05198) Powei.P MW 3 40pm-7:OOpm (EDU 3233) 



EDCP616 ( ounseling II: Theory and Practice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: 10CP 615. Corequtsrte. 10CP 618 Counseling theories ond the practices 
which stem from such theories. 

0101 (05208) Popeflovis, 0. 

Meets 06/03/97-07/22/97 TuTh 3:40pn>6:30prri (EDU 0202) 

EDCP6I7 croup Counseling 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 10CP 6 16. A survey of theory, reseorch ond practice of group counseling 
and psychotherapy with on introduction to growth groups and the laboratory approach, 
therapeutic factors in groups, composition of therapeutic groups, problem clients, thera- 
peutic techniques, research methods, theones, ethics ond training of group counselors 
ond therapists. 

0101(05218) Richie, B. TuTh 3:40prn-7:00pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCP625 ( ounseling the Chemically 
Dependent 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Chemical dependency ond its effects on the individual 's personal, soaal, ond work 

functioning. Counseling procedures foi persons with drug ond alcohol problems. 

0101 (05228) Vayhinger, B. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:20pm (EDU 3236) 

E0CP798 Special Problems in Counseling 

and Personnel Sen ices 

(1-6) Grade Method. REG/AUD. 
0101(05238) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

i05239) S1AFF Time ond room to be anonged 

EDCP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101 (05249) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(05250) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDCP888 Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(05260) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(05261) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDCP888S Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services: School Psycholog\ 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05271) Rogers, M. Time ond room to be orronged 
(05272) Rogers, M. Time and room to be ononged 
For School Psychology Students Only. 

EDCP888U Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Sen ices: Apprenticeship 
in College Student Personnel 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05282) Osteen, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

EDCP889 Internship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AU0. 
0101(05292) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

020 1 (05293) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

EDCP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
0101(05303) STAFF frme and room to be arranged 

020 1 (05304) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDHD Education, Human 
Development 

EDHD300 Human Dc\ elopment and Learning 

(PermReql 

(6) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite odmssm to leather education program. Mqor concepts ond theories of 
human development ond learning ond then implications for the educational process. 
One hot! day a week in school to observe student behavior, rjortidpote n ctesroom 
ocrrvines, ond attend seminars on school topics. (Separate sections fa early chJdhood. 
elementary, ond secondory leochet candidates ) 
01 01 (05354) STAFF MlurVW 9:30om-l 2:30pm (EDU 331 5) 

0201 (05355) SWF MTuWThf 9:30on>l 2:30pm (EDU 331 5) 



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EDHD306 Stud) of Human Behavior 

(3) Grade Method: REG AUD 

The scientific principles of humon behavior, development, ond odjustment. Field work: 
observation, recording, ond analysis of the behavior of an individual. Does not satisfy 
requirements of professional teacher education program. 

0201(05365) STAFF MW 12:30pm-3:00pm (EDU 3315) 

lime and room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD320 Human Development through the 
Lifespan 

(3) Grade Method: REG, AUD 

Central concepts related to parameters of humon development, individual and social, 
which arise throughout the various stages of the lifespan. Continuity ond chonge with- 
in the developing individual. 

0101(05375) STAFF MW 12:30pm-3:40pm (EDU 3315) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

E0HD400 Introduction to Gerontology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Multidisaplinory survey of the processes of aging. Physiological changes, cultural 
forces, and self-processes that bear on quality of life in latei years. Field study of pro- 
grams, institutions for elderly, individual elders, their families ond core providers. 

0101 (05385) Smith, G. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:00pm (EDU 0114) 

Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD411 Child Growth and Development 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Theoieticol opptooches to and empirical studies of physical, psychological and social 
development from conception to puberty. Implications for home, school ond community. 

0101(05395) STAFF TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3236) 

Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

0201 (05396) STAFF MW 7:00pm-l0:10pm (EDU 3233) 

Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

E0HD413 Adolescent Development 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Adolescent development, including special problems encountered in contemporary cul- 
ture. Observational component and mdividuol case study. Does not satisfy requirement 
for professional teacher education program. 

0101 (05406) Gteen, H. TuTh 7:00prrrl0:10pm (EDU 2102) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

107) STAFF MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3315) 

Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD420 Cognitive Development and 
Learning 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: (OHO 300 or IDHO 320 or [0H0 411 or PSYC 355 or PSYC 34 1 or per- 
mission of deportment. Current developmental theories of cognitive processes such as 
language, memory, and intelligence and how differences in cognitive level (infancy 
through adolescence) mediote learning of educational subject matters 

0101(05417) STAFF MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 2119) 

Time ond room to be onanged Dis 

118) STAFF TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:00pm (EDU 2102) 

Time ond room to be orranged Dis 

EDHD430 Adolescent Violence 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or [0HD 300 or permission ol department Examines the 
roots of violence among adolescents ond the extent to which this constitutes a prob- 
lem in various settings. Research studies on its ongins, prevention ond intervention 
ond implications foi social policy are examined. 

0101 (05428) Marcus, R. MW 4:00pro-7:00pm (EDU 331 5) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

EDHD445 Guidance of Young Children 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD." 
Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or 10HO 306 or permission ol department. Practical aspects 
for helping ond working with children, drawing on leseoich, clinical studies, ond obser- 
vation. Implications fot day care and other public issues. 

0101 (05438) Marcus, R. MW 1 2:30pm-3:40pm (EDU 1 1 21 ) 

Time ond room to be ananged Dis 



EDHD460 Educational Psychology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: PSYC 100 or (OHO 306 or permission of department. Application of psy- 
chology to learning processes ond theones. Individual differences, measurement, moti- 
vation, emonons, intelligence, attitudes, problem solving, thinking ond communicating 
in educational settings (May not be substituted for EDHD 300 by students in profes- 
sional teacher education programs.) 

0101(05448) STAFF TuTh 7 00pm-10:10pm (EDU 3315) 

Time and room to be ononged Dis 

149) Bennett, S. MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3233) 
Time and room to be ananged Dis 

EDHD4B9 Field Experiences in Education 

(PermPeq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(05459) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

0201(05460) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

EDHD498 Special Problems in Education 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (05470) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

0201(05471) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

EDHD600 Introduction to Human 

Development and Child Study 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

An overview of the mulridisciplinory, scientific pnnoples which describe humon devel- 
opment ond behavior ond an application of these principles in on analysis of o behav- 
ioral recoid. Techniques of observarion, recording, and analysis of humon behavior 
Emphosis on critiquing and applying research hndings 

0101(05481) Green, H. TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3315) 

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EDHD701 Training the Parent Educator 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Recommended: course in child development. History, philosophy, and ethic of parent 
education, ond examinanon of issues critical to the design, implementation, ond evalu- 
ation of parent education programs Training in communication and leadership skills. 

0101(05491) Flatter, C. TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3233) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD721 Learning Theory and the Educative 
Process I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Major theories, issues and research in learning ond cognitive development. Emphosis 
on the application of these theones to education ond the helping professions. 

0101(05501) Eliot, J. TuTh 7:00pm-10:00pm (EDU 3233) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

0201(05502) Bennett, S. TuTh 7:00pn>l 0:1 0pm (EDU 3315) 

Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD789 Internship in Human Development 

(3-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05512) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(05513) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

EDHD798 Special Problems in Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05527) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

020 1 (05528) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDHD799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101 (05538) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(05539) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDHD888 Apprenticeship in Education 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05549) STAFF time and room to be arranged 

0201(05550) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 



EDHD889 Internship in Education 

(3-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05560) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(05561) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDH0899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(05581) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(05582) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

EDMS Measurement, 
Statistics, and Evaluation 

(Education) 

EDMS451 Introduction to Educational 
Statistics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

lunioi Handing. Introduction to stotisticol reasoning, location ond dispersion measures; 
computet applications; (egression ond correlation; formation of hypotheses tests; t-test 
oneway analysis of variance; analysis of contingency tables. 

0101 (05632) Deoyalo, I MTuWTh 12:00pn>l :40pm (EDU 1 107) 
0102(05633) Deoyolo.R. MTuWTh 10:00orrrl 1:40am (EDU 1107) 
0201(05634) STAFF MTuWTh 1 0:00am- 1 1:4 Oom (EDU 1107) 

EDMSM5 Quantitative Research Methods I 

13) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Research design and statistical applications in educational research: data representa- 
tion; descriptive statistics; estimation ond hypothesis testing Application of statistical 
computer packages is emphasized 

0101(05644) Hancock, G. MTuWTh 4:30pn>6:10pni (EDU 1121) 

0102 (05645) Scbater, W. MTuWTh 7:00pn>8:40pm (EDU 0212) 
0103(05646) Schafer, W. MTuWTh 4:30pn>6:10pm (EDU 0211) 

0201 (05647) Mocready, G. MTuWTh 4:30pnh6:10pm (EDU 1 107) 

EDMS646 Quantitative Research Methods II 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: WHS 645. A second level inferential statistics course with emphasis on 
analysis of vononce procedures ond designs. Assignments include student analysis ol 
survey data. Application of stotisticol computer packages is emphasized. 
0101(05657) Hancock, G. MTuWTh 7:00pm-8:40pm (EDU 1121) 

0202 (05658) Moaeody, G. MTuWTh 7:00pm*40pm (EDU 1 1 07) 

EDMS651 Intermediate Statistics in 
Education 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: IDMS 646 or equivalent Mulfrwoy analysis of vononce; analysis of 
covorionce; multiple regression ond correlation analysis, computet packages for stotistt- 
col analysis. 

0201 (05668) Dayton, C. 

Meets 07/21/97-08/22/97 MTuWTh 7:00pm-9:00pm (EDU 1121) 

EDMS779 Seminar in Applied Statistics (Permfeq) 

ID Grade Method: REG. 
0201 (05678) Doyton, C. Time ond room to be ononged 

Enrollment restricted to students with a major or minor in measurement, statistics, and 
evoluation. Concurrent registration for one credit 5 required when taking EDMS 651. 

EDMS798 Special Problems in Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (05688) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201 (05689) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

E0MS799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(05699) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (05700) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

EDMS889 Internship in Measurement and 

Statistics (PermKeq) 

(3-12) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(05710) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(05711) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

E0MS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(05721) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201 (05722) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 



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EDPA Education Policy, 
Planning and Administration 

] ■-. HON) 

EDPA301 Foundations of Education IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite tumor standing and admission to teodtet education, 01 Bachelor's degiee 
with permission of deportment. Sociol context ol education ond conflicts ovei philoso- 
phies, values, ond goals that ate reflected in educational institutions in om pluralistic 
society Helps teochets become reflective, critical thinkers about the sociol and philo- 
sophicol issues they lace and the choices they moke 
0101(05773) Herschboch, D. MW 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 1107) 
0102(05774) Herschboch, 0. TuTh 7:00pm-10:?0pm (E0U 1107) 
0201(05775) Hopkins, R. MW 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2119) 
0202(05776) Hopkins, R TuTh 3:40pm-7 00pm (EDU 2119) 

EDPA498 Special Problems in Education 

(PermReql 

(13) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD. 
0101(05796) STAFF Time end loom to be arranged 

0201(05797) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDPA634 The School Curriculum 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

A foundations course embracing the cumculum as a whole from eady childhood 
through adolescence, including o review of historical developments, on analysis of con- 
ditions affecting cumculum change, on exommanon of issues in curnculum making, 
ond a consideration of current trends in curriculum design. 
0101(05807) Selden. S. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDPA690 Research in Education Policy, 
Planning and Administration 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Introduction to research methods and designs used in studies of education policy, plan- 
ning, ond administration 
0101(05817) Huden, D MW 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2101) 

EDPA700 Qualitative Research Methods in 
Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD 
Qualitative methods in education research, emphasizing the paradigms of philosophy, 
history, sociology, onthiopology, ond comparative studies as they rely on narrative 
rather than quantitative ordenng of data 
0101(05827) Huden, D. TuTh 7:00pm-] 0:20pm (EDU 2119) 

EDPA738 Scholarly Thought and 

Contemporary Curriculum 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0201(05837) Hultgten,F. TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2101) 

EDPA746 Restructuring Schools 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisites [DPt 642, or permission ol department. Issues related to resttuctimng. 
Roles of faculty and administrators aie emphasized 
0101(05847) Goldmon, H MW 7:OOpm-IO:20pm (EDU 3236) 

EDPA788I Special Topics in Education Policy 
and Administration: 
Interinstitutional Cooperation in 
Higher Education: Consortia and 
Regionalism 

13) Grode Method: REG/AUD 
0101(05857) Berdohl,R. TuTh 3:40pm-7 00pm (EDU 1315) 

EDPA788V Special Topics in Education Policy 
and Administration: Education and 
the Construction of Sexual Identity 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05877) Selden, S. TuTh 3:40pn>7:00pm (E0U 2101) 

EDPA788Z Special Topics in Education Policy 
and Administration: 
Phenomenology II 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0201 (05887) Hultgren, f TuTh 7:00prrrl0:20pm (EDU 2)01) 



EDPA798 Special Problems in Education 

IPermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05903) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (05904) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDPA799 Master's rhesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(05914) STAFF Time ond loom to be ononged 

0201(05915) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDPA899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(18) Grade Method REG 
0101(05969) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(05970) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

EPSP Education, Special 

EDSP210 Introduction to Special Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD 
Choroctenstics and needs of children with hondicops. Current issues in special education. 
0101 (06020) Moon, M. MW 3:40pn>7:00pm (E0U 0206) 

EDSP376 Fundamentals of Sign Language 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Receptive and expressive skills in Amencon Sign Language Examination of the causes 
of deafness, choroctenshes of deaf education, and aspects of the culture of the deaf 
community. 
0101 (06030) Glower, R MW 7:00pm-10:00pm (EDU 1 107) 

0201(06031) lyles.D. MW7:00pm-l 0:00pm (EDU 1315) 

EDSP402 Field Placement: Severe 

Disabilities I IPermReq) 
(2-5) Grade Method: REG. 

Pre ot lotequisites: I10SP 400; ond [DSP 404} or permission ol deportment 
Procticum expenence in settings serving severely disabled individuals Enrollment limit- 
ed to those admitted to severely handicapped specialty oreo. Field placement for two 
to hve hatf-doys per week. Students without the required co- or prerequisites con regis- 
ter for this course with departmental opprovol. Open to special education graduate stu- 
dents only for this tetm. 
0101(06041) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

42] STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

E0SP421 Field Placement: Early Childhood 
Special Education I IPermReq) 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pre- or miequisite: [DSP 420; and [DO 4 10. Procticum experience in settings serving 
preschool handicapped children Opportunities for studying the patterns of develop- 
ment ond learning among nonhandicapped and hondicopped infants ond oldei 
preschoolers Enrollment limited to students admitted to early childhood specialty Field 
placement for two or three half-days per week. Students without the required pre ot 
corequisites con register lot this course with departmental approval Open to special 
education graduate students only for this term. 
0101(06052) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (06053) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDSP442 Field Placement: Educationally 

Handicapped I IPermReq) 
(2-3) Grode Method: REG. 

Pre- or cotequtsite: <[DSP 441 and [DO 456) ot permission ol deportment. 
Procticum expenence in settings serving educationally handicapped individuals. 
Demonstranon of the content of EDSP 44 1 Enrollment limited to students admit 
ted to educotionolly handicapped specialty Field placement for two or three half- 
days pet week Students without the required co- or prerequisites con register for 
this course with departmental approval. Open to special education graduate stu- 
dents only for this teim 
0101 (06063) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201 (06064) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

EDSP461 Field Placement: 

Secondary/Transition 1 IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pre- or cotequtsite: [DSP 460. for [DSP motors only. ProctKum expenence in sec- 
ondary/transition programs for individuals with disabilities Field plocement for two 
hoNoys per week Students without the required pre- or corequisites con register for 



the course with deportmentol opprovol. Open to speed education graduate students 

onty for this term. 

0101(06074) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(06075) SWF Time ond room to be ononged 

EDSP470 Introduction to Special Education 

131 Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Designed to give on understundmg of the needs of ol types of excephonol chAjren 
Open to all students except undergraduate spend education motors. 
0101(06085) STAFF MW7:OOprrrlO:OOpm (EDU 2119) 

B6] STAFF MW 7:00pm-10:00pm (EDU 2119) 

EDSP480 Microcomputers in Special 
Education 
13) Grade Method: REG/AUD 

Credit will be granted lor only one ol the lohmng: [0(1 38S. [DCI 487, [DCI 
406, [Oil 4)7, or [DSP 480. Microcomputer, for the education of handkapped 
individuals 

0101 (06096) Nolet, V. TuTh 3 40pn>7 00pm (EDU 0212) 

EDSP489 Field Experiences in Special 
Education 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(06106) STAFF Tune ond room to be arranged 

0201(06107) STAFF Tme ond room to be arranged 

EDSP491 Characteristics of Learning 
Disabled Students 

13) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: [DSP 470 a permission or department Oocyesis, etiology, physical, 
sociol, and emotional characteristics of learning disabled students 
0201(06117) Cose. L TuTh 3:40pn>7:OOpm (EDU 1315) 

EDSP498 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) Grade Method REG 
0101(06127) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

06128) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDSP499 Workshops. Clinics, and Institutes 
in Special Education: Strategies for 
Students At-Risk for School Failure 

13) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(06138) Meisel.S Meets 06/23/97-07/03/97 

MTuWTh 9:30om-3:30pm (EDU 2119) 

The course will focus on ocodemic and behavior support strategies for students 
who ore at-risk for school failure, school dropout, ond initial ot mote restrictive 
plocement in special education. Porticiponrs will develop compentenaes ot three 
distinct levels. Child-centered strategies will include drfferenfeftng ocodemic 
instruction, providing behavior management and support, and bulling posture 
social skills. Sociological strategies wf include assessing and enhonang 
social relationship omong children, between teachers ond chldren, ond within 
classrooms os a whole. Finally, porndponts will develop competences to under- 
stand the broader insntutionol ond cultural forces that shape educotionol ser- 
vices, ond then effects on children and youth. A domincni theme of the course 
will be helping participants to provide quality instruction to all students by devel- 
oping and implementing schooHiased and commuraryoosed resources tint 
address key areas of risk. 

EDSP600 Exceptional Children and Youth 

IPermReq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 9 horn in special education and perrrisson ol deportment Examine 
leseoich relevant to the education of exceptional chidren and youth. 
0101(06148) Speece.O TuTh 3 40pm7 00pm (EDU 21 19) 

EDSP670 Single Subject Research in Special 
Education 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 

Prerequisite [DSP 600 or petmsson ol tieporimm Design, erotic* ord crorysrs 
of single subtect research in special education dassroorns across ol drsookties 
0101(06158) EgeU TuTh 7 OOpm-10 00pm , EDU 1315) 



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EDSP678T Seminar in Special Education: 
Programming for Handicapped 
Infants: Medical and Genetic 

Implications (PermReq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
This course is tought in Columbia. Contact deportment lor location 
0101(06168) WochtelJ. MW 5-30pm-8:30pm (Arranged) 

EDSP798 Special Problems in Special 
Education 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06178) STAEE lime ond room to be arranged 

020 1 (06 1 79) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDSP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(06189) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(06190) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

E0SP888 Apprenticeship in Special 
Education 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06200) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

0201(06201) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDSP889 Internship in Special Education 

(3-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(06211) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(06212) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

E0SP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06222) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(06223) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

ENAE Engineering, Aer ospace 

(Engineering) 

ENAE26I Aerospace Analysis and 
Computation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite. CHCM 103, [H[S 100, fAK 102, and PHIS 161. Cotequisite: MATH 
241 [HAT moiots only or permission ol deportment linear algebra, vector spaces, 
motnces, programs and subprograms, lineal mappings, deleiminants, eigenvalues and 
eigenvector, do loops, arrays, subscripted variables, functions and subroutines, finite 
differences, numerical differentiation ond integration, differential ond difference equa- 
tions, boundary value problems, random variables and probability distributions, sam- 
pling theory, estimation theory, appliconons to aerospace engineering problems. 
0101 (06273) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ENAE281 Fundamentals of Aeronautical 

Systems (PermKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: f/VfS 100; and [HIS 102 Corequisites: M[261 and PHIS 262 
[HA[ mqors only or permission ol deportment Formerly ENAE 201 . Introduction to 
the airplane as on aeronautical system Fundamental disciplines that descnbe this sys- 
tem Elements of aerodynamics, airfoils, ond wings Airplane performance, stability 
ond control. Synthesis of airplane design concepts. Notes on the history of aeronautics 
ond airplane design. 

0101(06283) STAFF AATuWThF 9:30am-)0:50am (EGR 0108) 

ENAE282 Fundamentals of Astronautical 
Systems 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisites [H[S 100; ond ffVfS 10?; ond fflfS 103. Corequisites: [HAT 26 1 ond 
PHIS 262 frVAf motors only or permission ol deportment Formerly [HA[ 202. Spoce 
vehicles os o system. Rocket performance, fundamentals of orbital mohon, vehicle pre- 
liminary design. Introduction to underlying disciplines, including structures, propulsion, 
human factors. Histoncol perspectives on spacecraft design ond development. 
0201(06293) STAFF MTuWThF9:30om-10:50am (MTH0107) 

ENAE301 Dynamics of Aerospace Systems 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: [M 281; and frW 282; ond ffVfS 221, and MATH 246; and PHIS 
263 Cotequisite: [HA[ 321 [HA[ motors only or permission ol department Tormetly 
[HA[ 345 Kinematics ond dynamics of three dimension mohon of point masses and 



rigid bodies with introduction to more general systems Primary emphasis on 
Newtonian methods with rntroducrron to Lagrange's equations and Hamilton's princi- 
ple. Practice in numerical solutions ol equations of mohon using MATLAB or similar 
high level compulei mathematics systems. 

0101(06303) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENAE311 Aerodynamics I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: [NA[ 28 1; ond [HIS 22 1; ond MAW 246 Cotequisite: [HM[ 2 1 7 
[HAT moiois only or permission ol department Tormerly [HA[ 471. Fundomentols of 
oeiodynomics Elements of compressible flow Normol and oblique shock waves Flows 
through nozzles, diffuseis ond wind runnels Elements of the method of characteristics 
ond finite difference solutions for compressible flows Aspects of hypersonic flow 
0101 (06313) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (EGR 1 102) 

ENAE499 Elective Research 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (06323) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (06324) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ENAE799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06334) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

0201(06335) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENAE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(06345) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(06346) STAFF Time and loom to be ananged 

ENBE Biological Resources 
Engineering 



(Agriculture and Natural Resol i 
ENBE489 Special Problems in Biological 
Resources Engineering 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(06396) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (06397) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENBE499 Special Problems in Agricultural 
Engineering Technology 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 
0101(06407) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

0201(06408) STAFF Time and room to be ananged 

ENBE699 Special Problems in Biological 
Resources Engineering 

1 1 -6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (06418) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(06419) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

ENBE799 Master's Thesis Research 

11-61 Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (06429) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(06430) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

ENBE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

11-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06440) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(06441) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENCE Engine ering, Civil 

(Engineering) 

ENCE202 Computation Methods in Civil 
Engineering I 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqursrtes: MATH 14 1 and MS 102 ond [H[S 100. [at [HC[ majors only 
formerly [HC[ 201. Introduction to bosic computnhonal tools for the solution of engi- 
neering problems. Spreadsheet ond computational/symbolic processing packages aie 
introduced in the context of engineering economic analysis and project evaluation. 
Introduction to event-dnven structured programming. 

0101(06491) Muhanna, R. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (EGR 2154) 



ENCE203 Computation Methods in Civil 
Engineering II 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: MATH 24 1 and [H[S 220 Cotequisite: MATH 246. Tor frVff motors 
only, foimerly frvff 301. Elementory numencol analysis: roots of equations, sys- 
tems of linear algebraic equations, curve fitting, integration, ond solution of ordi- 
nary differential equations Numerical techniques aie presented in the context of 
engineering applications, ond example problems are solved using a variety of com- 
puter-based tools (structure programming, spreadsheet, and computational/sym- 
bolic processing software packages) 

0201(06501) Muhanna, R MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (EGR 3106) 

ENCE489 Special Problems in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(06511) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(06512) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ENCE688 Advanced Topics in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(06522) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (06523) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENCE689 Seminar 

(1-16) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(06533) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(06534) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

ENCE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(06544) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(06545) S1AFF Time ond room to be anonged 

ENCE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06555) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(06556) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

ENCH Engineering, Chemical 

(Engineering) 

ENCH215 Chemical Engineering Analysis 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: CH[M 104. Pre- or cotequisite: MATH 141. Introduction to methods of 
chemical engineering calculations ond analysis Stoichiometric relations, moterral and 
energy balances, and behavior of goses, vapors, liquids ond solids Analytical ond com- 
puter methods. 

0101(06606) Smith, T, MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (CHE 2136) 

ENCH250 Computer Methods in Chemical 
Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: [H[S 101, and [HCH 2 1 5. Algorithm development ond application of 
software to the onalysis ol chemical engineering problems File management ond edit- 
ing, graphic and numerical methods Use of spreadsheets, stonsncs/marh software 
and process simulators for the design of chemical process equipment, 
0201(06616) Wong.N MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (CHE 2136) 

ENCH437 Chemical Engineering Laboratory 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: [HCH 426; and [HCH 440; and [HCH 442. Application of chemical 
engineering process and unit operation pnnaples in small scale semi-commercial equip- 
ment Data from experimental observations ore used to evaluate performance and effi- 
ciency of operations Emphasis on correct presentnnon of results in report form. 
0101 (06626) Smith, T TuTh 1 1 :00am-5:00pm (CHE 1145) Lob 

ENCH468 Research 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

0101 (06636) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

3201(06637) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

ENCH648 Special Problems in Chemical 
Engineering 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06647) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

020 1 (06648) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 



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ENCH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-61 Grade Method: REG. 
0101(06658) STAFF Time and 100m to be anonged 

020 1 (06659) STAFF Time and loom lo be arranged 

ENCH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (06669) STAFF Time androom lo be arranged 

0201(06670) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

ENCO Engineering, 
Cooperative Education 



ENC0098 Summer Co-Op Work Experience 

IPermHtql 

(No credit) Grade Method: S-F. 
0101 (06 7 20) Sautter, H Time and room to be arranged 

0201(06721) Souber, H. Time and loom to be arranged 

ENEE Engineering, Electrical 

l [ '.-.11 E RI N G ) 

ENEE204 Basic Circuit Theory 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pieiequisite MAW 246. Basic circuit elements lesistors, capocitois, inductors, 
sources, mutual inductance and transformers, then l-V relationships Kuchoff's Laws. 
0C ond AC steady state analysis Phasois, node and mesh analysis, superposition, the- 
orems of Thevenin and Norton Transient analysis for first- and second-order circuits. 
Engineering College only (04) 

0101(06771) Syrmos, G. Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 
MluWTh 8:00um-9:20om (ERB 0305) 

ENEE244 Digital Logic Design 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Pieiequisite (MS 240 Gates, flip-flops, registers ond counters Karnaugh map simplr 
fiction of gate networks Switching algebra. Synchionous sequential systems. PLA's. 
Elements of binary anthmenc units Engineering College only (04). 
0101(06781) Nokopa, K. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MluWTh 9:30om-10:50am (AVW 3336) 
All lowei-division CHEM, MATH, PKYS nnd Engineering couises that are required 
courses foi the BS degree in Electrical Engineering must be completed before 
enrolling in any 300- or 400-level ENEE course (except ENEE 300 and ENEE 301). 
Tiansfei students will be allowed one term to complete all such couises after stort- 
ing to toke upper-level ENEE couises 

ENEE302 Analog Electronic Circuits 

13) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite f fVf f 204 and completion ol all lomi-dmsion couises m the ff cuiiiculum. 
See above note Basic electronic elements (diodes, bipolor transistOR, MOSFETs) their 
choroctenstics ond pnnciples of operation Small signal analysis Ciicuil models with con- 
trolled sources. Diode circuits Low-frequency amplifiers and feedback. Frequency 
response of amplifiers Operational amplifiers and their oplications Wave-shaping and 
woveform generates. Elements of power electronics ENEE majors (09090) only. 

0101(06791) Alexander, C 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MTuWTh 9:30om-10:50om (EGR 1106) 

ENEE305 Fundamental Laboratory 

(2) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite f fVf f 204 and completion ol all lowei-division technical couises in the ff 
cumculum. See above note This couise is pierequisite lo all ENEE 400-level laboratory 
courses. Concepts ond techniques of physical measurements using standard electrical 
measunng devices: generators, oscilloscopes, voltmeters, etc Measurements of linear 
ond non-linear circuits; steady state ond step response, integrated circuits Handling 
ond use ol data ENEE maiors (09090) only 

0101 (06801) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MW 12:30pm-l :30pm (AVW 3336) 
MW l:30pm-4:30pm (AVW 1330) Lob 

0102 (06802) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 TuTh 12:30pm-l:30pm (EGR 3114) 
TuTh l:30pn>4:30pm (AVW 1330) Lob 

ENEE312 Digital Electronic Circuits 

13) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite frVff 302 and completion ol all hwei-dmsion technical couises in the ff 
cumculum. See above note Review of basic semiconductoi devices and technology 



Inverters, gales ond logic families Analysis ond design of combinational circuits 
(adder, comparator, encoder/decoder) Memories Analysis ond design of sequential 
circuits (flip-fops, registers, counters) Large scale integrated systems (dynomic M0S 
registers, EPROMs, PLA, CCDs). Anolog-tcMjgitol converters. Elements of CAD, including 
use of the SPICE computer pockoge. ENEE maiors (09090) only. 

0101(06812) Alexander, C. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MTuWTh 8:O0om-9:20am (EGR 1 104) 

ENEE350 Computer Organization 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite frVff 244 and completion ol all lower-division technical courses in the ff 
cumculum. See above nolo Not open to students who hove completed ENEE 250. 
Formerly ENEE 250. Structure ond organization ol digital computers. Registers, memo- 
ry, control ond 1/0 Data ond instruction formers, addressing modes, assembly lan- 
guage programming Elements of system software, subroutines ond then linkages. 
ENEE ma|ors (09090) only 

0101 (06822) Silio, C. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MTuWTh 8:OOom-9:20om (AVW 3336) 

ENEE380 Electromagnetic rheor) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisites MAIH 241 and PHIS 263 and completion ol all lower-division techni- 
cal couises in the ff cumculum See above note Introduction to electromognetic 
fields Coulomb's low, Gauss's law, electrical potential, dielectric materials capaci- 
tance, boundary value problems, Biot-Sovart law, Ampere's low, Lorentz force equa- 
tion, magnetic materials, magnetic circuits, inductonce, time varying fields ond 
Maxwell's equations. 

0101 (06832) Taylor, L 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MTuWTh 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (ERB 0305) 

ENEE4I3 Electronics 1 aboratory 

(2) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: f A/f f 302 and (Mi 305 and complefon ol all lowei-division technical 
couises in the ff cumculum See above note. The specification, design ond testing of 
basic electronic circuits and practical interconnections. Emphasis on design with discrete 
solid state and integrated circuit components foi both analog ond digital circuits. ENEE 
majors (09090) only. 

0101 (06842) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MW 12:30pm-l:30pm (EGR 1110) 
MWl:30pm-4:30pm (AVW 1356) Lob 

0102 (06843) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 TuTh 12:30pm-l:30pm (EGR 1110) 

TuTh l:30pm-4:30pm (AVW 1356) Lob 

0103(06844) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MW 12:30pm-l:30pm (EGR 2112) 

MWl:30pm-4:30pm (AVW 1422) Lob 

ENEE418 Projects in Electrical Engineering 

IPermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 
ENEE majors (09090) only. 
0101(06854) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (06855) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENEE440 Microprocessors 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: IHII 3S0 and complehan at all lowei-division technical courses in the f f 
cumcilum. See above note. Microprocessor architectures, instruction sets, ond applica- 
tions. Bus structures, memory, 1/0 interfacing Programming, and the embedding of 
microprocessors in other systems ENEE majors (09090) only. 

0101 (06865) Hawkins, W 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20om (EGR 3106) 

ENEE609A Projects in Electrical Engineering 

IPermSeql 

II -3) Grode Method: REG. 
0101 (06875) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(06876) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

ENEE799 Master's Thesis Research (? e rmr?eqr 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 
0101(06886) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (06887) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ENEE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PermReql 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
0101(06897) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (06898) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



ENES Engineering Science 

enesiooa Introduction to Engineering Design 

(Perm/Teg^ 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
18) STAFF MWF 9:00om-l 1 :25am (EGR 0108) 

Permission of dean required. High school students only. 

ENES100W Introduction to Engineering Design 

(PermJeq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

0201(06958) Azorm,S. MWTh9:00orn-ll:25om(JMP 1202) 

Permission ol dean required. High school students only. 

(NESI02 statics 

(2) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite: MAIH 140 for engmeenng motors only, formetly IMS 7/0 The equilib- 
rium of stationary bodies under the influence of various kinds of forces. Forces, 
moments, couples, equilibrium, trusses, homes and machines, centrcuds, moment of 
inertia, beams, ond faction. Vector ond scalar methods ore used to solve piobiems 

0101(06968) STAFF MTuWTh UflOaml 2:20pm (EGR 2154) 

ENES121W The World ol l:nginecnng(7Vmj«,j 

13) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Permission of dean requited. High school students only. 

' 8 1 Moms, C. TuF 9:00om-l 2:30pm (JMP 1 202) 

ENES220 Mechanics of Materials 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: IMS 102; and MAIH 14 1, and PHIS 161. for engineering mo/nrs only 
(not including [Ml majors). Stress ond deformation of solids — rods, beams, shafts, 
columns, tanks, ond other structural, moctnne and vehicle members. Topics mdude 
sttess transformation using Mohi's circle: shear and moment diagrams; demotion of 
elastic curves, ond Euler's buckling formula. Design problems related lo this material 
ore given in lab. 

0101(06988) Chang, P. MTuWTh 9:30om-10:S0om (EGR 0135) 

TuTh 12:30pm-2:30pm (EGR 0110) Dis 

6989) Chang, P MTuWTh 9:30om-10:50fjm (EGR 1104) 

TuTh 12:30pm-2:30pm (EGR 01 10) Dis 

ENES221 Dynamics 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: IMS W2orlMS !W;andMAW Hl.andPHIS 761. Systems of 
heavy particles and rigid bodies at test and in morion. Force- occelerotion, work-energy 
and impulsetnomentum relationships Motion of one body rekjtrve to onother in a 
plane and in space. 
0101(06999) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:S0om {EGR 1108) 

ENES230 Introduction to Materials and their 
Applications 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite. ftVfS l02or(MS I W tx permesion of department. Structure ol mtrrertrjs. 
chemical composition, phase transformations, corrosion ond mechanical properties of met- 
als, ceramics, polymers ond related matenols. Material selection rn engmeenng r^pkororis 

0101(07009) Block, I. TuWThF9:30am-10:50om (CHE 2140) 

Wll:00om-1 :00pm (CHE 2140) Dis 

ENES240 Engineering Computation 

13) Grode Method: REG 
Pieiequisite: MAW 141 Introduction to the design ond implementotion ol doorrthms 
to solve engineenng problems using digital computers Anorysrs of problems fuidrjrnen- 
tol to engineenng design, construction ond dirjgrornrntrric description of effective proce- 
dures foi solving them ond implementing ond testing ol these solutions in a common 
high-level engineenng oriented kmguoge such as FORTRAN. Techniques fw data nput 
and storage, selection of relevant numerical ond norHiumencd methods for problem 
solutions, ond the efficient ordenng of data for meaningful output presentation Open 
only to students in the College of Engineenng (04) 

0101 (07019) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/22/97 MWThF II 00am-12:20pm (EGR 3108) 

ENES386 1 xperiential Learning 

(3-6) Grode Method REG/P f 

Prerequisite: laming Proposo/ opprowrf by the fores' Caller, rorurrr sponsor, aid 

student's internship sponsor 56 semester flours 
0101(07029) STAFF lime ond room to be orronged 

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ENES388T Engineering Honors Seminar iPermReq) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
1 1 040) Fines, ). lime and room to be arranged 

ENFP Engineering, Fire 
Protection 

(Engineering) 

ENFP255 Fire Alarm and Special Hazards 
Design 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

formerly IHff 3(5. Study of goseous ond particulate fire suppression systems. 
Examination and evoluanon of code critena. performance specifications ond research. 
Application of fluid theory to the design process ond the calculation procedures for 
goseous particulate fire suppression systems. An integrated fire protection systems 
design project. Functional analysis and design of detection systems. 
0101(07100) Gagnon, R. MW 2:OOpm-5:30pm (EGR 1102) 

ENFP429 Independent Studies IPermReq) 
(1-3] Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
0101(07110) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

ENFP489A Special Topics: Numerical Methods 
in Fire Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(07120) Kilpatrick, A. MW6:OOpm-9:30pm(EGRO135) 

ENFP489B Special Topics: Advanced Fire 
Suppression 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(07130) Mowrer.F. MW 5:00pm-8:30pm (EGR 1 1 04) 

ENFP625 Advanced Fire Modeling 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission oi department Validity, utility, reliability of current computer 
models. Applications of models in risk assessment, underwriting, loss prediction, haz- 
ard analysis. Development and validation of specific application models. 
0101(07140) Rocket!, J. TuTh 5:00pm-8:30pm (EGR 0135) 

ENFP629 Selected Topics 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (07150) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(07151) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENFP629R Selected Topics: Advanced Fire 
Modeling 

13) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(07161) Rocket!. J Time ond room to be arranged 

ENFP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
0101(07171) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(07172) STAFF Time and room lo be arranged 



ENGL English 



(Arts and Humanities) 

ENGL101 Introduction to Writing 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

An introductory course in expository writing. 

0101 (07222) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 1 103) 

0102(07223) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2119) 

0103(07224) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (ARC 1125) 

0201 (07225) Nelson, M. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 1123) 

0202(07226) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1101) 

ENGL101B Introduction to Writing IPermReq! 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

For Badge students only. 
0203(07236) STAFF MTuWThF 1 :OOpm-2:20pm (JMP 3104) 

0204(07237) STAFF MTuWThF 1 :00pm-2:20pm (JMP 3105) 



ENGliOix Introduction to Writing 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 
For students for whom English is a second language. 
0101(07247) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (SQH 2120) 

ENGL201 Western World Literature: Homer 
to the Renaissance 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: literature (HI) Readings in major genres of the Western literary tradition 
Works and authors may include selections from Bible, medieval epic ond romance, 
Renaissance dromo, Homer, Aeschylus, Virgil, Donte. 
0101(07257) Cote. G. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1105) 

ENGL205 Introduction to Shakespeare 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HE) Recommended for non-majors. Reading of repiesenrahve works 
Genre, action, character, theme, language, and staging Shakespeare's relahon to 
Renaissance culture. 
0101(07267) Leinwond, T. MW6:00pn>9:15pm (SQH 1121) 
0201(07268) Grossman, M. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2120) 

ENGL234 Introduction to African-American 
Literature 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE. Literature (HL) DIVERSITY A survey of Afncon-Americon literature from the lote 

eighteenth century to the present. 
0101(07278) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2117) 

0201(07279) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2122) 



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ENGL241 Introduction to the Novel 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: literature (HI) Historical, formal, social questions about the genre. Readings 
drown from o range of cultures and communities. 
0201 (07289) Salamanca, 1. MTuWThF 9:30arrrl0:50om (SQH 2122) 

ENGL243 Introduction to Poetry 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: literature (HL) How poetry works. Focus on style, subject, rhythm, voice, tech- 
nique ond structure. Readings from o range of cultures ond communities. 
0101(07299) loizeoux, E. TuTh 6:00pn>9: 15pm (SQH 1101) 
0201(07300) Plumly.S. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2122) 

ENGL244 Introduction to Drama 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HI) A survey of the basic literature of dromo from the classical 
Greeks to modern times. 
0201 (07310) STAFF TuTh 6:00pn>9:l 5pm (SQH 1 105) 

ENGL245 Film and the Narrative Tradition 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE History or Theory of Arts (HA) Pnmary ottennon is on the him os o narrative medi- 
um, but other literary models will be examined. 
0101(07320) Miller, J TuTh 6:30pm-l 0:00pm (SQH 1120) 

ENGL250 Introduction to Literature by 
Women 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HI) DIVERSITY Also ottered os WMSI255. Oedit will be granted lot 
only one ol the following: [HOI 250 or WMSI 255. Images of women in literature by 
ond about women. 
0101(07330) Koutfman, L MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2120) 
0201(07331) Eicke.L. MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (KEY 0124) 



ENGL260 Introduction to Folklore 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Social or Political History (SH) Surveys a wide range of folklore genres; history 
ond theory of folklore. 
0101 (07341) Pearson. B. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 1 107) 

ENGL278B Special Topics in Literature: The 
American Short Story and Its 
Tradition 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE Literature (HO 
0101(07351) Cross, R. MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1107) 

ENGL281 Standard English Grammar, Usage, 
and Diction 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
The bosic structure of written English, including ports of speech, sentence patterns, 
standard punctuation, diction, and usage. 
0101(07361) Oliver, G. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (SQH 1105) 

ENGL301 Critical Methods in the Study of 
Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
for [nglish and [nglish edocohon mo/ors only An introduction to the techniques of lit- 
erary analysis and o brief survey of the most common approaches to literature. 
0101(07371) Robinson, J. MTuWThF 9:30arrrl0:50om (SQH 2122) 
0201 (07372) Bony, 1. MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1119) 

EHGL312 Romantic to Modern British 
Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
Detailed study ol selected major texts from the 1 9th ond 20th centuries. Transitions 
fram Romanticism to Victorian age to Modernism Historical, social, literary contexts. 
Issues such os nse of democracy, industnal revolution; the "woman question", revolu- 
tions in literary form. Authors might include Woidswoifh, Austen, Dickens, Arnold, T S 
Eliot, Woe*. 
0101(07382) AuchardJ. TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1103) 
0201(07383) Kleine, D. MW6.00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1101) 

ENGL313 American Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: two lower-level [nglish courses, at least one in literature: or permission ol 
department- A derailed study of selected major texts of American literature from the 
seventeenth century to the twentieth century Issues such as race, gender, ond region- 
alism. Authors such os Franklin, Hawthorne, Dickinson, Hemingway, and Momson 
0101(07393) Levine, R. MW6:00pn>9: 15pm (SQH 1103) 

ENGL320 English Romantic Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
Prerequisite: two lowei-level [nglish courses, ol least one in literature; or permission of 
department Hot open to students who have completed [HOI 420 or [H0L 42 1 
Survey fiction, poetry, ond criticism c. 1 790 to c 1830. Shifts of thought from eigh- 
teenth-century rationalism to Romanticism Writers such os Woidsworfh, Coleridge, 
Keats, Mary Shelley, Byron, Hozlitt. 
0201(07403) Howard,!. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1103) 

ENGL348A Literary Works by Women: 
Literature and Women in the 
Plantation Household 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY 
0101 (07413) Ryon, L MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1 1 19) 

ENGL360 African, Indian and Caribbean 
Writers 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY Prerequisite: two lower-level [nglish courses, at least one in literature; 
or permission of department. Selected writers from countries formerly colonies of 
Britain, France, Denmoik, etc. Attention to woys regions hove developed distinc- 
tive political and oestheric values resulting from indigenous traditions ond foreign 
influences. 
0201(07423) Ray, S. MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 1107) 



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ENGI379E Special Topics in Literature: Film 
Analysis - The Rhetoric ol Fictional 
Worlds 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0201 (07433) Millet, J. luTh 6:30pm-10:00pm (SQH 1120) 

ENGL379P Special Topics in Literature: 

Science Fiction and Horror Film 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(07443) Kolker.R TuTh l:00pm-4 15pm (S0H 1120) 

ENGL380 Internship (PetmReq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pterequishe permission ol deportment The English Department's internship program 
Ptepiofessionol expenence in writing end editing in o variety of fields 
0201(07453) Terchek, M. lime ond room to he arranged 

ENGL391 Advanced Composition 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Pieiequisile 56 hours ol college credit which mini include INGl 101 oi equivalent 
An advonced composition course which emphasizes constructing written arguments 
accommodated to real audiences. 



MluWThf 9:30om-10:50am (KEY 0120) 
MTuWThF I l:00on>l 2:20pm (SQH 1107) 
MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1123) 
TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1 107) 
MTuWThF9:30om-10:50om(SOHllll) 
MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (SQH 1123) 
MW600pm-9:15pm (SQH 2119) 
TuTh 6:00pm-9:lSpm (KEY 0116) 

Composition: Pre-Law 

REG/P-F/AUD 



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0205 (07470) STAFF 

EHGL392 Advanced 

(3) Grode Method 

Prerequisite: 56 houis ol college credit which must include INGl 101 ore 
Techniques ol argumentohon and persuasion. Intensive practice to help waters achieve 
stylistic flexibility and correctness. 

0101(07480) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (SQH 1121) 

ENGE393 Technical Writing 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pieiequisile: 56 hours ol college aedil which must include [HOI 101 or equivalent. 

The writing ol technical papers and reports. 

0101(07490) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (SQH HOD 

0102(07491) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 2119) 

0103(07492) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 1111) 

0105(07493) Mornson.S MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (SQH 1123) 

0108(07494) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 0120) 

0109(07495) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:l 5pm (SQH 2122) 

0112(07496) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2121) 

0113(07497) STAFF TuTh 6:00pa>9:l 5pm (SQH 1123) 

0201(07498) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (SQH 2119) 

0202(07499) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 2120) 

0204(07500) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (SQH 2119) 

0206(07501) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:l 5pm (SQH 1123) 

0207 (07502) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9: 1 5pm (SQH 1 1 1 1 ) 

0209(07503) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:l 5pm (KEY 0120) 

ENG1393X technical Writing 

13) Grode Method: REG. 

Pieiequisile: 56 houis ol college aedil which must include IH0I 101 oi egoimlenl. 

For students loi whom English is o second language 
0101(07513) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (SQH 2121) 

0102(07514) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1111) 

0103(07515) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 2117) 

0201(07516) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30on>10:50om (SQH 2119) 

0202(07517) STAFF TuTh 6:00pn>9:15pm (SQH 11)1) 

0203(07518) STAFF MW6:00pm-9.15pm (SQH 1121) 

ENG1394 Business Writing 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pieiequisile 56 tours ol college aedil which mint include INGl 101 ot equivalent. 
Intensive practice in the forms of written communication common in the business 
wodd — letters, memos, short reports, ond proposals Principles of rhetoric and effec- 
tive style This course satisfies ihe |unioi English requirement 
0101(07528) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (SQH 1121) 

0102(07529) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 1123) 



0103(07530) STAFF MTuWThF 1 lOOom-12 20pm (S0H 2119) 

0104(07531) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2121) 

0105(07532) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9 15pm (SQH 1121) 

0201(07533) STAFF MluWThF 9:30om-IO:50om (SQH 2121) 

0202 (07534) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30on>l 0:50am (SQH 1101) 

0203(07535) SIAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (SQH 1107) 

0204(07536) SIAFF MW6:00pn>9 15pm (SQH 1105) 

0205(07537) STAFF luTh6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2121) 

ENG1395 Writing for Health Professions 

(3) Grode Method: REG 

Pieiequisile 56 tours ol college aedil which mmt include INGl 101 or eqoivolenl 
Focus on uccommodoting techmcol materiel ond empirical studies to lay audiences, 
oad helping writers to achieve stylistic flexibility and correctness. 

0101(07547) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (SQH 1101) 

ENGE399A Senior Seminar: The Old 

Testament and Literary Criticism 



(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07557) Hondelman.S. MW 6:00pn>9: 1 5pm (SQH 1 1 1 1 ) 

ENG1404 Shakespeare: The Later Works 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequmte two Ingkh courses in liteiatuie or permission ol department Close study 
of selected ploys from the second hotl ol Shokespeoie's coceer Generic issues ol later 
tragedies, later comedies, romances. Language, theme, dramatic technique, sources, 
and early modem English socioRiistoncol context. 
0201 (07567) Grossmon, M. MW 6:O0pm-9:15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENGE429 Independent Research in English 

(PermReql 

11-61 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(07577) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

020 1 (07578) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ENG1433 American literature: L914 to the 
Present, the Modern Period 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pceiequisile: two Ingkh courses w liteiatuie oi permission ol deportment Modernism, 
Postmodernism. Wntets such as Stevens, Stein, Ellison 
0101(07588) VonEgmond.P MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENG1444 Feminist C ritical Theory 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisile: BGl 250 ot WMS1 200 or WMSl 250. A/so offeree/ 05 WMSI 444. 
Oedit will be gionted for only one ol Ihe following INGl 444 ot WMSJ 444. Issues 
in contemporary feminist thought that hove particular relevance to textual studies, 
such as theories of language, literature, culture, interpretation, ond identity 
0101(07598) Kouffmon.L TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENGE464 African-American Folklore and 
Culture 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

The culture of African Amencnns in terms of United States history (antebellum to the 
piesent) ond social changes (rural to urban) Exploration of aspects of African 
Amencan culture ond history via oral ond literary traditions and life histories. 
0101(07608) Fry, G. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2117) 

ENGE489A Special Topics in English 

Language: The Language of 
Advertising 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 
0201(07618) Hendnckson. A. TuTh 6:00pn>9:15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENG160I Literary Research and Critical 
Contexts 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201 (07628) Motcuse, M. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1123) 

ENG1621 Readings in Renaissance English 
Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (07648) Coogon, R. MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1)05) 



EHG1699 Independent Stud) (PermReql 
1 1 -31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(07658) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(07659) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENGL749C Studies in Twentieth-Century 

Literature: Ihe Institution ol Post- 
Colonial Literature 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0201 (07669) Roy, S. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 21 19) 

ENG1799 Masters I hesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07679) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(07680) STAFF Time owl room to he arranged 

ENG1899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
0101 (07690) STAFF lime ond room to be ononged 

591) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

EN MA Engineering, Materials 

ENMA698 Special Problems in Materials 
Science and Engineering 

(I -3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(07741) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(07742) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

ENMA799 Masters Thesis Research (PermReql 
(I -6) Grode Method: REG. 
0)01(07752) SIAFF lime ond room to be orronged 

: (07753) SIAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

ENMA899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PermReql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07763) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(07764) STAFF Time and room to lie ononged 

ENME Engineering, 
Mechanical 

ENME232 Thermodynamics 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PHIS 262 Introduction to thetmodynomics. Themwtynomc properties 

of matter First ond second low of rherrnodynomics, cycles, reocnons, and rrixtures. 

0101 (07814) STAFF MluWThF 9:30om-10:50am (EGR 1 104) 

ENME320 Thermodynamics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pteiequisites: MAIN 14 1; and PHY5 262. The properties, characteristics ond funda- 
mental equations ol gases ond vapors. Appkonon ol the first ond second lows of hV 
modynamics in the analysis of basic heal engines, air compression vapor cycles. Flow 
and non-flow processes for gases ond vopors. 
0101(07824) STAFF MluWThF 9:30am-10:50am (EGR 01 10) 

EHME331 Fluid Mechanics 

13) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: f MMf 232 and (MS 22 1 . Pnnaptes of fluid methane. Moss, momen- 
tum ond energy conservation Hydrostatics. Control volume onotysis. Internal and 
extemol flow Boundary layers Modem measurement techniques Computer onolysB. 
Laboratory expenmenrs 

0101(07834) STAFF TuTh 17:30pm-3:SOpm (EGR 0108) 

ENME360 Mechanical Vibrations 

(3) Grade Method REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pteieqikites: iNIS 220 ond WfS 221 aid CNMl 205. Dynomt dmooensnts of 

machinery with emphasis on systems with single ond mumple degrees of freedom 

0101(07844) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00an>9 :70am (EGR 21S4) 



COURSE 



LISITIHG 



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ENME381 Measurements Laboratory 

13) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisites: IHMl 360; and frVff 300. Required of juniors in mechonicol engineer- 
ing. Meosurements and measurement systems, application ol selected instruments 
with emphasis on interpretation of results. 

0101(07854) STAFF MW 12:30pm-2:30pm (EGR 2154) 

MW 2:40pm4:40pm (EGR 3109) Lab 

0102(07855) STAFF MW 1 2:30pm-2:30pm (EGR 21 54) 

MW 4:40pm-6:40pm (EGR 3109) Lob 

ENME400 Machine Design 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: ffVMf 310; and (HMl 360. (orequisne: CHMl 401. Working stresses, 
stress concentration, stress analysis and repeated loadings. Design ot machine ele- 
ments. Kinematics ot mechanisms 
0101(07865) STAFF MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (EGR0135) 

ENME403 Automatic Controls 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: fflff 300; and [SMI 360. Senior standing. Hydraulic, electrical, mechani- 
cal ond pneumatic automatic control systems. Open and dosed loops. Steady state and 
transient operation, srotnTity criteria, linear and nonlinear systems. Laplace transforms. 
0101(07875) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (EGR 21 12) 

ENME488 Special Problems (PermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (07885) Walston, W. Time and room to be arranged 
0201 (07886) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

ENME799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101(07896) Wolloce, i. Time and room to be arranged 
0201(07897) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ENME808 Advanced Topics in Mechanical 
Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(07907) Wolkxe, 1 Time and room to be arranged 

0201(07908) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENME899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07918) Wolloce, 1. Time ond room to be arranged 
119] STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENNU Engineering, Nuclear 

■ring) 
ENNU310 Environmental Aspects of Nuclear 
Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: (IrWH 24 1 or MAJH 246; ond PrlYS 263} a permission of both 
deportment and instructor. Evaluation of environmental ond safety ospects of nuclear 
power reactors. Calculations of radioactive decay, activation, and shielding, radiation 
monitoring. Biological effects of radiation, waste handling, siting, plont design ond 
operations, as rekrted to environment safety ond licensing regulations. 
0101 (07969) Perrmer, G. MTuWTh 9:00om-10:30om (CHE 2116) 

ENKU468 Research 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07979) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

0201(07980) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

ENNU648 Special Problems in Nuclear 
Engineering 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
01 01 (07990) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (07991 ) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ENNU799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(08001) STAFF Time and room to be onanged 

0201 (08002) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENNU899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-81 Grade Method: REG. 
0101(08012) STAFF Time and room to be anonged 

0201 (08013) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 



ENPM Engineering, 
Professional Masters 

1 i ring) 

ENPM808 Advanced Topics in Engineering 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
1 1 (08063) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (08064) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

Tuition for students in the Professional Master Degree of Engineering Program (ENPM) 
ore charged 5292.00 per aedit hour for all Engineering coursework toward the program. 

EKPM808A Advanced Topics in Engineering: 
Environmental Law for Engineers 
and Scientists 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08077) Brown, M. 
Meets 06/02/97-07/16/97 MW 5:30pm-8:10pm (EGR 2107) 

ENPM808F Advanced Topics in Engineering: 
Applied Finite Element Methods 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08087) Erheridge.J 
Meets 06/03/97-07/1 7/97 TuTh 5:30pm-8:10pm (EGR 2103) 

ENPM808H Advanced Topics in Engineering: 
Advanced Topics in HVAC 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (08097) Didion, D. 
Meets 06/02/97-07/16/97 MW 5:30pm-8:10pm (EGR 2103) 

ENPM808N Advanced Topics in Engineering: 
Network Security 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08107) Gligor.V. 
Meets 06/03/97-07/17/97 TuTh 5:30prrr8:10pm (EGR 2107) 

E N RE Reliabi lity E ng ineering 

(Engineering) 

ENRE467 System Safety Engineering 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites MH 246 and PHYS 263 or permission of department. Role of system 
safety, the longuoge of system safety, ond programs for achieving safety such as the 
problem solving process, safety catena, safety descriptors, checklist-timeliness ele- 
ments, safety training, hazard analysis, ond uncertainty in safety measurements. Time- 
phased indicators, hazard nomenclature, hazard mode ond effect analysis, hazard clas- 
sification, hazard probability, survival rate, distributions applied to human performance 

0101(08157) Allocco, M. 

Meets 06/05/97-08/21/97 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm (CHM 01 22) 

ENRE648 Special Problems in Reliability 
Engineering tPermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08177) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(08178) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

ENRE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
0101 (08188) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201 (081 89) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

ENRE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F 
0101(08199) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

0201 (08200) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

ENSE Systems Engineering 

(Engineering) 

ENSE799 Systems Engineering Thesis: 

Masters Thesis Research (PermReql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101 (08250) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

0201 (08253) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

Contact Systems Engineering Office, Rm. 21 72 A V Willioms Bldg. to moke 
arrangements. 



ENTM Entomology 



(Life Sciences) 
ENTM100 Insects 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Life Science (LS) A survey of the maior groups of insects, then natural history, 
ond their relationships with humons and their environment. 
0201(08305) Messersmifh, D. MTuWThF 9:30on>10:50om (PLS 1117) 

ENTM399 Special Problems 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(08315) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (08316) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

ENTM699 Advanced Entomology 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AU0. 
0101(08326) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201 (08327) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENTM789 Field Experience in Pest 
Management 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (08337) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201 (08338) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENTM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(08348) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201 (08349) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

ENTM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
0101(08359) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (08360) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

ENTS Telecommunications 

(Engineering) 

ENTS609 Telecommunications Project 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
1 1 (084 1 0) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

i08411) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

FMST Family Studies 

(.Health and Human Performance) 
FMST105 Individuals in Families 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
formerly fMCO 105. Personal growth and development within the family context. 
Exploration of self-awareness, sex-role image, life transitions, and interpersonal ond 
family relations. 
0101(08461) LetiecgJ. TuTh 9:30arrrl2:50pm (SQH 1117) 

FMST260 Couple Relationships 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
formerly fMCD 260. Couple relationships and their alternatives in contemporary dot 
ing, courtship and marriage. 

:08471) Rubin, R. TuTh 9:30am-l 2:50pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST330 Family Theories and Patterns 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

lumor standing, formerly fMCO 330 Theory ond research on the family, including o 

cross-cultural analysis of family pottems. 
0101(08481) STAFF MW9:30am-l 2:50pm (SQH 1117) 

0201(08482) Zeiger, R. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST332 Children in Families 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: fttSl 105 or PSYC 100. formerly fMCO 332. A family life education 

approach to the study of children ond families. Emphosis on the interaction of children 

with porents, siblings, extended kin, ond the community. 

0101(08493) Millstein.F TuTh 9:30om-12:50pm (MMH 1304) 

0201(08492) Evans, L TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 0108) 



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FMST341 Personal and Family Finance 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

(lata will be granted lot only one ol Hie following: FMCO 44 1, FMSJ 34 1, FMCD 
34 1 or CNFC 4 10. Formerly FMCD 34 1 Individual and family financial strategies wild 
emphasis on financial planning, savings, investments, insurance, income taxes, hous- 
ing, and use ol credit Planning, analyzing, and controlling financial resources to 
resolve personal/family financial problems and to attain financial security 
0201(08502) Mokhton, M, MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH0108) 

FMSI38I Poverty, Affluence, and Families 

(31 Crode Method REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Prerequisite 50CY 100 or SOCY 105. Formerly FMCD 381. Social, politi- 
cal, cultural and economic foctois influencing income and wealth in American families 
0201(08512) Durham, D MW 9:30om-l 2:50pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST386 I xperiential Learningffe™^ 

(3-6| Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite teaming Proposal opproved by me Career Center, faculty sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor 56 semester hours Formerly FMCO 386. 
0101(08522) STAFF lime and room to be arranged 

020 1 (08523) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

FMST399 Independent Stud) IPermHeq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(08533) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

020 1 (08534) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Individualized family and community studies projects of interest to student and faculty. 

FMST431 Family Crises and Intervention 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite P5K 100 Formerly FMCO 431 Fomily cases such as divorce, disability, 
substance abuse, financial problems, introfamilial abuse, and death. Theones and tech- 
niques for intervention ond enhancement of family coping strategies. 
0101 (08544) Epstein, N. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1304) 
0201 (08545) Zetger. R. MW 9:30om-l 2:50pm (MMH 1 304) 

FMST432 lntergenerational Aspects of 
Family Living 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: PSYC 100; ond 50C/ 100; and FMSI 332 lor other human develop- 
ment course) Formerly FMCO 432 me histoncol, cultural, developmental, ond psy- 
chosocial expenences of contemporary Amedcon generations Interactions across gen- 
erations within the fomily ond the consequences for individual development Cross- 
national compansons. 

0201 (08555) Rubin, I TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST460 Violence in Families 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite PSYC 100 or SOCY 100 or SOCY 105. Formerly FMCO 460. Theones of 
child, spouse, ond elder abuse in the family setting Emphasis on historical, psychologi- 
cal, sociological ond legal trends relating to physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. 
Introduction to methods for prevention and remediation. 

0101(08565) Anderson. E. MW9:30am-l 2:50pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST477 Internship and Analysis in Family 
Studies 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites FMSI 383, plus an additional six F MSI credits and permission of deport- 
ment. For FMSI motors only Credit will be granted for only one of the following: 
FMSI 47? or FMSI 341. Formedy FMSI 347. A supervised internship and o seminal 
requiring analysis Opportunities to integrate theory ond practice including 120 hours 
of contracted held experience Summer/fall internship contracts due May 1; Spang 
contracts due December I See deportment for application procedures. 
0101 (08575) Millstein, F. 

Meets 06/03/97-08/19/97 Tu 2:00pn>5:20pm (MMH 0108) 
Meets on alternate Tuesdays A planned, supervised internship complemented by 
analysis. Opportunities to integrate theory and practice. Field expenence requires 
minimum of 1 20 hours per semester 

FMST487 l egal Aspects of Family Problems 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

formerty FMCO 487 Lows and legal procedures, with emphasis on adoption, mai- 
noge, drvoice, annulment, ond property nghrs, ond how they affect family life. 

0101 (08585) Myncks, N. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 
■: ■ (08586) Bozmko, S MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 



FMST497 rhe Child and the 1 aw 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formerly FMCO 497. Legislation ond cose low regarding children's legal rights with 
emphasis on the rights of children in the juvenile lustice system, and rights to medical. 
educational, ond other social services. 
0101(08596) Myncks, N. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1400) 

FMST498S Special Topics: Sexuality: Issues in 
Family Therapy and Sen ice 
Delivery 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (08606) Epstein, N TuTh 9:30om-l 2:50pm (MMH 1108A) 

FM5T645 Sexuality: Issues in Family 

Therapv and Service Delivery 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pteiequisites: a basic course in human sexuality ond permission ol instructor Formedy 
FMCO 645. Typicol, dysfunctional, ond polhologicol sexual functioning: effects on indi- 
viduals, couples, ond family systems Sensitizes students to sexuol issues, explores 
how perceptions or such issues affect work wittt people, ond emphasizes impkotioos 
far morrioge ond family therapy 
0101 (08616) Epstein, N. TuTh 9:30on>12:50pm (MMH 1 108A) 

FMST650 Ethical, Legal, and Professional 

Principles in Marriage and Family 

Therapv tTermSeoJ 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite permission ol department, bmited to students admitted to the fomily 
thetapy ptogram. Formedy FMCO 650. An introduction to the basic principles and 
practices of family therapy. Emphasis on basic therapy skills applied to a fomily con- 
text ond on ptofessionol ethics of the family practitioner Addresses therapist's legal 
responsibilities and liabilities, certification, ond licensure issues 

01 01 (08626) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

FMST654 Clinical Marriage and Family 
Therapy Practice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: FMSI 65 1, limited to students admitted to the family therapy program. 
Formedy FMCD 654 Application of theory and technique to the clinical practice of 
mornoge ond family therapy Emphasis on cose management ond clinic administration. 
Includes completion of 1 2 successive months ond 500 hours of supervised, direct 
client contact with couples, families, and individuals from on integrative fomily sys- 
tems perspective. 
0101(08636) Werlinich, C. Tu 8:O0orrH :30pm (Arranged) 

0102 (08637) Gaylin, N. Tu 8:00om-4:30pm (MMH U08B) 

FMST658 Supervised Clinical Practice of 
Marriage and Family Therapy 

(1-3) Grode Method: S-F. 
0101(08647) Gaylin, N. W9:00om-1 2:00pm (MMH 1312! 

Time oad loom to be arranged Dis 

0201 (08648) Wedinich, C. W 9:00om-l 2:00pm (MMH 1 31 2) 
Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

FMST689 InternshipflVmfeoJ 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08658) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(08659) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

Internship related to student's chosen specialization 

FMST698 Advanced Topics in Family Studies 

(PermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08669) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (08670) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

FMST698T Advanced Topics in Family 
Studies: Innovations in Brief 
Strategic Family Therap) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08680) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

FMST699 Independent Study 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(08690) STAFF Time and room to be orronged Drs 

0201(08691) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged Dis 



FMST758 Supervision of Marriage and 
Familv Therapv Supervision 

(1 3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(08701) STAFF TuTh 9:30om-12:50pm (MMH 1312) 

FMST790 Marriage and Familv I herapv 
Supervision 
13) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite permission al department. Credit will be granted for on/y one of the fol- 
lowing: FMSI 790 or FMSI 6 90. Formedy FMSJ 6 90. Theory aid research in super- 
vision of morrioge and fomily therapy, Emphoss on major models, ahcutarion of per- 
sonal model, ond demonstration ol perceptual, conceptual, and executive stdk in mor- 
noge ond fomily therapy supervision. Designed to meet the rJdoctic course componait 
of the designation of Approved Supervisor of the Amencon Assoaonon for Morrioge 
and Family Therapy. 
0101 (0871 1) STAFF F 8:00am4 :30pm (MMH 1312) 

FMST799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-61 Grode Method: REG. 
0101(08721) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(08722) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

FRE N French 

(Arts and Hum 

frenioi Elementary French 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Hot open to students with 2 or more years of nrgfrsoW level French. Intnxtoction to 
basic structures aad pronunciation with emphasis on the four skills: rrstenmg, speoung, 
reading ond writing. 

0101(08772) STAFF MTuWIh 8:30an>10:4Sam UMZ 0202) 

FREH102 Elementary French 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ffffrV 101 at UMCP or permission of deportment. Further work on bask 

structures ond pronunciation with emphasis on the four sUtv listening, sperjung, read- 

in,; and Mtling 

0101(08782) STAFF MTuWTh 8:30om-IO:45om UMZ 3205) 

0201 (08783) STAFF MTuWTh 8:30om-l 0:45om UMZ 3203) 

FREN103 Review of Elementary French 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

limited to students who have hod at least two years ol high-school French or eourto- 
lent or who da not qualify for FPF.N 203. Credit will be granted lor only one of the fol- 
lowing: FKH WI/FPFH 102 or FIKH 103. 
0101 (08793) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:20pm UMZ 2206) 

FREH203 Intermediate French 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Completion of the study ol basic gramrnotitnl structures, with 

readings, conversation, and composition. Fulfils the Arts ond Humanities language 

requirement. 
0101(08803) Bondurant, D. MTuWHi 9:30an>l 1 :4Som (JM2 0125) 
0201(08804) STAFF MTuWTh 8:30om-10:45rjmUM2 3120) 

FREH204 Review Grammar and Composition 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Prerequisite: FBFH 203 or permission ol deportment. An 
intensive review of maior aspects of contemporary gromrnonajl usage; ttaming ti com- 
prehension and guided composition. 

(08814) STAFF MTuWTh 9:00orrrl0:45an UMZ 3118) 

FREN2U Intermediate Conversation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

rVof open to oorrve speakers. Prerequisite: FRFH 203 or permssm ol department. 
Practice in spoken French with emphasis on coritemporory French topics. 
0101(08824) STAFF MTuVVTh 9:00am-10:45om UMZ 3203) 

FREN250 Readings in French 

13) Grade Method REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: uterature (HI) Prerequisite: FIKH 203 or eoweknt. Selected reorjngs from 

various genres m French iterarure. Discussion ond brief written reports n French. 

0101(08834) STAFF MWF 9:3Oamll:S0arn UMZ3I20) 



COURSE 



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FREN30I Composition and Style 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: FRIN 204 or permission ol department Grammatical anolysis, transla- 
tion, free and guided composition. 
0201(08844) STAFF WTuWTh 9:00am-10:45am (JWZ 3118) 

FREN312 Introduction to French Culture: 
The French Press 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: any 2004evel course in (tench above (R(H 203 or permission ol deport- 
ment. Anolysis and discussion ol orncles from French and Francophone printed media, 
reflecting o variety of sources and styles. 

0101(08854) STAFF MTuWTh 9:00am-10:4Sam (JAAZ 3203) 

FREN386 Experiential Learning (rVmfeg) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
Prerequisite: learning Proposal approved by ttie Career Center, faculty sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours. 
0101(08864) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

5201(08865) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

FREN399 Directed Study in French IPeimKeql 
(1-3) Grade Method: S-F. 
0101(08875) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

(08876) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

FREN798 Master's Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08886) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(08887) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

FREH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(08897) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

0201(08898) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

FREN898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(08908) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (08909) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

FREN899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(08919) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

(08920) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 



GEOG Geography 



(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
GE0G100 Introduction to Geography 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

CORE- Behavioral and Social Science (SB) An introduction to the broad field ol geogra- 
phy os it is applicable to the general education student The course presents the basic 
rationale of variations in human occupancy of the earth ond stresses geographic con- 
cepts relevont to understanding wodd. regional and locol issues. 
0101(08970) Qrrincione, J. MW7:00pm-10:20pm(EDU4233) 

GEOG130 Developing Countries 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY An introduction to the geograph- 
ic chaiactensttcs of the development problems ond prospects of developing countnes. 
Spatial distribution of poverty, employment, migration ond uiban growth, agncultural 
productivity, rural development, policies and international trade. Portraits ol selected 
developing countries. 

(08980) Dokopoulou, E. MW l:00pm-4 30pm (CSS 0201) 

GE0G170 Maps and Map Use 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Motfiemotics oi Formol Reasoning (MS) The use ond interpretation ol mops 
encountered in both "everyday" reading, ond in scientific literature Development of 
skills in mop reading, emnronmentol analysis, interpretation ond orienteering 
0101(08990) Brodsky.H. MW 9:00om-l 2:30pm (CSS 0201 ) 

GEOG305 Quantitative Methods in 
Geography 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



A practical introduction to data sources ond measurement, descnptive statistics, data 
collection, sampling and guestionnaire design, held techniques, mop use, computer 
use ond data presentation. 
0101(09000) Brodsky.H. MW 2:00pm-5:30pm (CSS 2428) 

GE0G320 The United States and Canada 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

The two countries os functioning geographic systems with important differences ond 
key linkages. An examination of the cultural, environmental, ond economic compo- 
nents and then spotiol vonotion Attention to the role of legions in national economies 

0101(09010) Eney.A. MW 2:00pm-5:30pm (CSS 2352) 

GEOG321 Maryland and Adjacent Areas 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD^ 

The physical environment, natural resources, and population in relation to agnculruie. 
industry, transport, ond trade in the Stole of Maryland ond odiocent areas. 
0201 (09020) Eney, A. TuWTh 1 2:30pm-2:50pm (CSS 24 1 6) 

GEOG324 Europe 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
The geographical diversity of modern Europe horn londscope ond regional perspectives 
The diverse features ol Europe's physical environment ond resource base, and their 
integration into the demographic, economic, social ond polihcol patterns of the conti- 
nent's major geographic regions. 
0101(09030) CebnoaJ. MW9:00am-12:30pm (CSS 2428) 

GE0G340 Geomorphology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Survey ol landfoim types and role of processes in their generation. Frequency of occur- 
rence ond implications for land utilization Emphosis on coastol, fluvial, ond glociol 
landforms in different environmental settings. Londform regions of Maryland 
0101(09040) Keomey.M. TuTh9:30om-l :00pm (CSS 1113) 



For Registration 
Information, 
See pages 5-8. 



GE0G350 The American City: Past and 
Present 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Development of the Amencon city from the early nineteenth century to the present. The 
internol structure ol contemporary metropolitan areas, the spatial arrangement of resi- 
dential, commercial, ond other activities. Washington, DC. ond Baltimore exomples. 
0201 (09050) Thompson, 0. TuWTh 3:00pm-5:20pm (CSS 24 1 6) 

GE0G370 Principles of Cartography 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Lecture ond laboratory learning each week. Techniques and problems ol compilation, 
symbolization, design ond construction of special purpose mops. Emphasis on the 
methods of improving mop design based on the organization of mop components and 
the propel selection of symbols. 
0201(09060) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:30pm (CSS 2416) 

GEOG373 Computer Mapping 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 6f06 370 or CMSC UOar permission ol department. Introduction to 
the use of computers to produce mops, with emphosis on software packages and algo- 
rithms used to produce thematic maps. Mathematical ond perceptual problems of 
maps produced on line pnnters, line plotters, and display screens. 
0101(09070) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:30pm (CSS 0201 ) 

GE0G384 Internship in Geography (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: S-F. 

Prerequisite: 0(06 305; and 0106 3 1 0; and permission ol department. Cateqoisite: 
6(06 385. Supervised held training to provide caieer expenence. Introduction to pro- 
fessional level activities, demands, opportunities Placement at o public agency, non- 
profit organization, or private firm Participation requires application to the internship 
advisor in preceding semester. 
0101(09080) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (09081) STAFF Time and room lo be orronged 



GEOG385 Internship Research Paper (PermReq) 
(31 Grade Method. REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite 6(06 305; and 0(00 3 1 0; and permission ol department. Coreqmite 0(00 
384. Seminar conducted on campus. Reseaich paper related to the student's internship 

0101(09091) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (09092) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

GE0G423 Political Geography 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Geographical factors in the national power ond international relations, an anolysis of the 
role of "geopolitics" ond "geostrotegy" with special reference to the current work) scene 
0201 (09102) Hamilton, I TuTh 9:30am-l:00pm (CSS 0201) 

GE0G463 Geographic Aspects of Pollution 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Import of humon activities on the environment ond resulting pollution problems. 
Characteristics ond spatial aspects of aii, water, ond land resource problems. Federal 
legislation ond planning techniques to reduce pollution. 
0101 (091 12) Fox, C. TuTh 2:00pm-5:30pm (CSS 2428) 

GE0G498 Topical Investigations (PermReq! 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

01 01 (091 22) STAFF Time ond room lo be orronged 

0201(09123) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

GE0G498M Topical Investigations: Maps as 

Source Materials: Availability and 

Acquisition (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09133) Grim.R. 
Meets 06/02/97-07/30/97 MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (HBK 4113) 

GE0G788 Selected Topics in Geography (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(09143) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(09144) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

GE0G789 Independent Readings tPermfieqi 

11-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Contort department to moke arrangements. 
0101(09154) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(09155) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

GE0G790 Internship in Geography (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Field expenence in the student's specialty in a federal, state, or locol agency or private 
business. Research paper required. Contort deportment to make arrangements. 
0101(09165) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (091 66) STAFF lime ond room lo be orronged 

GE0G799 Master's Thesis Research (PermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(09176) STAFF Time ond room to be aaonged 

0201 (091 77) STAFF Time and room to be orrooged 

GE0G899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PermReq) 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(09187) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(09188) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



GEOL Geology 



(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

GEOllOO Physical Geology 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Credit will be granted lot only one ol the following: 0(01 100 or 0(01 103 or 0101 
105 or 0(01 107. Approved CORE Physical Science Laboratory (PI) Course only when 
taken concurrently with GEOL 1 10. A general survey of the rack and minerals com- 
posing the earth, its surface features and the agents that form them, ond the dynamic 
forces of plate tectonics. 
0101(09238) Wylie.A. MTuWThF9:30om-10:50am (GEO 1120) 



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GEOUIO Physical Geology Laboratory 

(1 1 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pie or wieqmsile: 6(01 100 CORE Physicol Science Loborotory (PL) Course only 
when token with GEOL 100. 

The bosic motenols ond tools ot physicol geology stressing fomilionzotion with rods 
and minerals ond the use of mops in geologic interpretotions. 

0101(09248) Pressley, R. MW 12:00pm-3:00pm (GEO 2106) Lob 
GE01120 hnvironmental Geology 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Physicol Science (PS) A review ot geologic foctors underlying mony environ- 
mentol problems ond the interactions between populotion ond physicol environment 
geologic hazards, lond-use planning, conservation, mineral resources, waste disposal, 
lond reclamation ond the geologic aspects of health ond disease, the course is oimed 
at lower division students in education ond liberal orts, and should be useful to ony 
student concerned with geologic perspectives of environmental problems. 
0101(09258) Segovio,A. MluWThF 9:30om-10:50om (Z0P 1238) 

GE0L123 Causes and Implications of Global 
Change 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physicol Science (PS) A/so offeree/ os OEOG 123, MHO 123, ond PBIO 123. 
Ctedit will be granted hi only one of the following: GfOC 123, 0(01 123, MHO 
123, or PBIO 123- This course offers o unique expenence in integrating physicol, 
chemical, geological, and biological sciences with geographical, economic, sociological 
ond political knowledge skills toward a better understanding of global change Review 
of environmental science relating to weather ond climate change, acid precipitation, 
ozone holes, global worming, and impacts on biology, ognculture, ond human behav- 
ior Study of the natural, long-term variability of the global environment, and what 
influence mankind may have in perturbing it from its natural evolution. Concepts of 
how physicol, biological, ond human behovioriol systems interact, ond the repercus- 
sions which may follow hom humon endeavors. The manner in which to oppiooch 
decision ond policy making related to issues ol global change. 

0101(09268) McLellon, E. MluWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (GEO 1120) 
GEOL499 Special Problems in Geolog) (PeimSeq) 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
1 1 (09278) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

0201(09279) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

GE0L799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-41 Grade Method: REG. 
0101(09289) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (09290) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

GE0L899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/SF. 
0101(09300) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

020 1 (09301 ) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

GERM G ermanic St udies 

(Arts and Humanities) 
GERMioi Elementary German 1 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

himeily GfftW / / /. Introduction to bosic structures and pronunciation by emphasis 
on the foui skills: listening, speaking, reading ond wnftng Readings concern the cur- 
rent life-style and civilization of the Getmon-speaking world. 

0101(09351) STAFF MluWThF II :00om-l :00pm (JMZ 3205) 

GERMI02 Elementary German II 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pieiequisite 61PM 101 & equivalent. Foimedy GfftU / 12 A continuation of GERM 
101, completing the introduction of basic structures and continuing the involvement 
with the civilization of the Germon-speoking wodd. 

0201(09361) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00on>l :00pm (JMZ 0208) 

GERM201 Intermediate German I 

|4| Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonibes (HO) Pieiequmte 6tPM 102. Grammar review and greater mas- 
tery ol vocabulary, idioms, conversational fluency, and compositional skills. Readings 
stress the current lifestyle ond civilization of the Germon-speoking wodd. 
0101(09371) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOoml 00pm (JMZ 3203) 



GERM202 Intermediate German II 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Humonihes (HO) Prerequisite CfAM ^07 Not open to students who hove 
completed Of. PM 211 Oedit will be granted for only one ol the following 61PM 202 
oi 61PM 21 1 oi 61PM 104. foimedy 61PM 211. Continuation of GERM 201 . 
Grammar review ond greater mostery of of vocabulary, idioms, conversational fluency 
ond compositional skills Readings stress the current lifestyle and civilization ol the 
Geimonspeoking wodd. 
0201(09381) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l :00pm (JMZ 1224) 

GERM4I5 German/English Translation I 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

floes not hilhll mo/or leqwements m Oeiimn. Hot open to students who hove com- 
pleted Gf/c/M 101, 61PM 102, 61PM 201, 61PM 202, 61PM 301 ot 6ifM 302. An 
intensive presentation of German grammar limited exclusively to leading skill, graded 
readings in the arts ond sciences. Instruction in English; cannot be used to satisfy the 
orts and humonihes foreign language requirement. 
0101(09391) Oster, R. MTuTh 4:00pm-6:30pm (JMZ 3203) 

GERM439 Selected Topics in German 
Literature: Culture and 
Landeskunde 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(09401) Pfister.G. MTuTh 5:00pm7:30pm (JMZ 3205) 

GERM499 Directed Study: Directed Study in 
German 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09411) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (094 1 2) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

Contort instructor before registering 

GERM798 Master's Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09422) STAFF Time one) room to be arranged 

0201(09423) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

Contact instructor before registenng. 

GERM798P Master's Independent Study: 
Culture and Landeskunde 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09433) Pfister.G. MTuTh 5:00pm-7:30pm (IMZ 3205) 

GERM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (09443) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (09444) STAFF Time ond room to be otranged 

GERM898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (09454) STAFF Time and room to he arranged 

0201 (09455) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

GERM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
01 01 (09465) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

020 1 (09466) STAFF Time ond room to he orranged 



GVPT Government 
and Politics 



I Bl ii l\ [i iRAl AND Social. Si : 
GVPT100 Principles of Government and 
Politics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) A study ol the basic pnnaples and concepts 

of political science. 
0101(09516) Swistak. R MW 12:00pm4:00pm (TYD 2109) 
0102(09517) Swistak, P TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (KEY 0102) 
0201 (09518) Grant-Wisdom, 0. TuTh l:30pm+50pm (TYD 0102) 

GVPT170 American Government 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) A comprehensrve study of national govern- 
ment in the United States-national, state ond local. 
0101 (09528) Mcintosh, W MW 9:00on>l 2:20pm (TYD 1101) 
0201 (09529) Grant-Wisdom, 0. TuTh 9:00am-l 2:20pm (TYD 0102) 



GVPT23I Law and Society 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite 6VPJ 170. A study of the basis of law ond its relationship with various 
contemporary institutions such os the courts, the legal profession, and society at large 

0101 (09539) Mcintosh, W. TuTh 9:30anvl 2:50pm (TYD 1101) 
GVPT24I The Study of Political Philosophy: 
Ancient and Modern 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 6VPT 100. Examines some of the sotent continuities and breaks 
between the ancient and modem traditions «i Western political phJosophy. 

0101(09549) AKord.C MW6:30pm-9:50pm(TYDU01) 

0201 (09550) Terchek, R. TuTh 1 :OOprrh4:20prn (TYD 0101) 

GVPT282 The Government and Politics of 
the Ihird World 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite 6VP1 100. A study of the governments institutions, processes ond prob- 
lems, ond the socioeconomic environment which ore common to the greet majority of 
the third wodd states of Africa. The Middle East, Asia, ond Latin America; and in which 
internal politics develop 
0101(09560) tanning, E. MW 12:30pm-3:50pm(TYD211l) 

GVPT309P Copies in International Relations: 
Human Rights and 
Democratization in Latin America 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(09570) Koufmon.E. MW5:00pn>8:20pm (TYD 2111) 

GVPT309X Topics in International Relations: 
Conflict Resolution - The Israeli 
Palestinian Lxperiment 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
BO) Hossossian, M TuTh 6:00pn>9:20pm (TYD 2106) 
To be team taught by Palestinian ond Israeli Professors; to cover historic bod- 
ground to the conflict, the peace process ond on applied excerdse in corrfkt resolu- 
tion on the issue of Jerusalem Course taught by Manuel Hassasui and Edward 
Kaufman. 

GVPT339S Topics in Public Law: Philosophy 
of Law 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 
0101(09590) Geffond.S. MWTh7:00pm-9:15pm (SKN 1112) 

GVPT349A topics in Political Philosophy: 
Feminist Political Theory 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(09600) Matthes.M. TuTh 12:30pm-3:50pm (TYD 0111) 

GVPT349S Topics in Political Philosophy: The 
Social and Political Thought of 
Noam Chomsk) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(09610) Dos. ft MTuTh 10:00on>12:15pm (HIP 1229) 

GVPT376 Applied field Research in 

Government and Politics (hnnfeql 

(3-6) Grode Method: S-F. 
Pi&equisite: 6VP1 170. Corequisre: 6VP1 377. Students in this course porticipote as 
interns in on agency of government or in some other appropriate potncoJ aganizohon. 
Assignments ore arranged to provide students with insights into both theoretical and 
practical aspects of politics. Under the tutelage of the host agency and an ocoderm 
adviser, students conduct a motor research protect of mutual interest to the student 
ond his oi her host agency in the held of government and potto. 

0101(09620) Lanning, E. Time and room to be orronged Lob 
GVPT377 Seminar For Academic Interns 

(PermKeql 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Piemqmte: GVP1 170 (oteqoisite 6VPI376. The opplicolion of mojor concepts of 
political science to the realities ol the politico] process. Readings and discussion 
attempt to relate the experiences ol the ocodemc interns to appropriate kterature on 
the subject of political decision-making 

0101 (09630) Lanning, E Tu 12:30prn-3:50pm (TYD 2111) 

Time and room to be arranged Db 



COURSE 



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GVPT379A Topics in American Politics: 
African-American Politics 

(3] Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

0101(09640) Johnson, TuWTh 6:00pm-8:15pm (TYD 0111) 
This course examines Afncon American politics in the United Stoles, both post and 
present, by analyzing the Black political struggle for freedom ond the relationship 
between Afncon Amencons ond traditional American political institutions. The couise 
olso discusses important aspects of Black political culture, including raciol identify, 
rop music, ond gendei relations. 

GVPT388 Topical Investigations IPermKeq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(09650) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (09651) STAFF Time and room lo be oironged 

GVPT388A Topical Investigations: Analysis of 
Concepts and Filmic Images 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(09661) Gloss, J. 

Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 Time ond loom to be arranged 
Requites concunent registration in GVPT 399A for a combined total of 6 credits. 
See course description under GVPT 399A. 

GVPT396 Introduction to Honors Research 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: admission to and permission of 0VPI Honors Program A requited couise 
lot oil honors students designed to emphasize library research, methodology, and writ- 
ing skills in political science and political philosophy A written proposal, bibliography 
and research design for on honors paper required of all students as a final project 
0101 (09671 ) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

GVPT397 Honors Research 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: GVPI396 and admission lo GVPI tenors program. Individual reading and 
research. Preparation of an onginnl paper 

0101(09681) STAFF Time and room to be oiionged 

0201 (09682) STAFF Time ond room to be aaonged 

GVPT399A Seminar in Government and 

Politics: Films and the Politics of 
the Family 

(3) Grode Method:REG/P-F/AUD. 
Moy be token concunently with GVPT 388A for a tolol of 6 credits. 
0101(09692) Glass,). 

Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 MTuWThF 1 :30pm-4:50pm (SKN 0200) 
Survey of films to understand the politic of the family. Emphasis on lomilies, their 
struggles over powei, the effects of loneliness, despoil ond disintegration, and the 
politics implicit in these emononal realities. 

GVPT399B Seminar in Government and 
Politics: Vietnam Legacies and 
Film 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (09702) Vietn, L 
Meets 07/14/97-08/08/97 MTuWTh 6:10pm-9:50pm (Aiionged) 

GVPT447 Islamic Political Philosophy 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY The wntings ol one oi several authors horn the nse of Islamic philosophy until 
today ore examined in oidei lo see how they undeislond the conflicting claims of revela- 
tions ond unaided human renson about the best regime. |ustice, ond human vrrtue. 
0201(09712) Hassassian, M. TuTh 2:00pn>5:20pm (TYD2109) 

GVPT473 Legislatures and Legislation 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 6VPI 170 A detailed survey of lawmaking ond the legislative process, 
emphasizing the U.S. Congress ond its membeis 
0101 (09722) Uslonei, E. TuTh 12:30pm-3:50pm (TYD 01 17) 

GVPT799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(09732) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

020 1 (09733) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

GVPT898 Readings in Government and 
Politics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 



0101 (09754) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

0201 (09755) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

GVPT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(09765) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

0201(09766) STAFF Time ond room lo be aiionged 

HESP Hearing and Speech 
Sciences 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
HESP305 Anatomy and Physiology of the 
Speech Mechanism 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

Prerequisite. MSP 202- Anatomy, physiology, ond neurology of speech mechanism. 
0101 (09816) Mele-Mccorthy, I. MWF 2:00pm-4:15pm (TYD 0101) 

HESP386 Experiential Learning IPermKeq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: teaming Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor S6 semester hauts. 

0101(09826) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(09827) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

HESP400 Speech and Language Development 
in Children 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite HISP 300 Analysis of the normal processes of speech ond language 
development in children. 



0101 (09837) Roth, F. 



MWF 1 1 :00am-l : 1 5pm (TYD 1 1 T 8) 



HESP407 Bases of Hearing Science 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MSP 31 1 Fundamentals of beonng, including the physics of sound, 
anatomy ond physiology of petipheral ond central auditoiy nervous system, psy- 
chophysical procedures used in measurement ol auditory sensation ond perception, 
ond topics in psychological acoustics. 

1)2 1 (09847) Con-Kraft, L MWF 1 1 :00om-l : 1 5pm (TYD 1 1 1 8) 

HESP4I7 Principles and Methods in Speech- 
Language Pathology and Audiology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: MSP 402, MSP 4/7 The principles undeilying the treatment of speech, 
language ond heonng disorders in children and adults 
0201 (09857) HotMitz, K. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50om (TYD 1 1 1 8) 

HESP498A Seminar: Deafness and Sign 

Language IPermKeq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(09867) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PIS 1117) 

0102 (09868) STAFF MW 5:00pm-8:20pm (TYD 0101) 

HESP498P Phonetics for Teachers of English 
as a Second Language 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(09878) Wijesmghe, R. Time and room to he arranged 

HESP499 Independent Sludx (PermKeq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (09888) STAFF Time ond room to be ananged 

0201(09889) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

HESP635 Aural Rehabilation/Habilitation 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pnnciples, methods and procedures foi aural rehabilitnnon/tiabtanon in children and adults 
0101(09899) Balfour, P TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm (TYD 1118) 

HESP638 Research Practicum: Minor 
Research Problems 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09909) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(09910) STAFF Time and room to be aiionged 



HESP639B Special Topics in Hearing and 
Speech Sciences: Dysphagia 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Gerald N. McColl, course choitmon. 

0201 (09920) STAFF 

Meets 07/14/97-08/01/97 TBA (LEF 0135) 

HESP639M Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Current Trends in 
Fluency 

(1) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (09930) Rotnet, N. Time ond room to be ananged 

HESP639N Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Current Trends in 
Oral Language and Literacy 

(1) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09940) Roth, F. Time ond room to be ananged 

HESP6390 Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Current Trends in 
Articulation and Pholology 

(1) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101 (09950) Mele-Mccorthy, J. Time ond room to be onanged 

HESP648A Clinical Practice in Speech: 

Diagnostic Practice in Speech IPermKeq) 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(09960) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged Lob 

HESP648B Clinical Practice in Speech 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09970) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

HESP649 Clinical Practice in Audiology 

IPermKeq) 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
1 1 (09980) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

HESP708 Independent Study 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09990) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged lob 

0201(09991) STAFF Time and room to be ononged lob 

HESP728 Advanced Clinical Practice in Speech 

(2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0201(10001) STAFF Time and loom lo be onanged Lab 

HESP799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(10011) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged Lob 

0201(10012) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged (ab 

HESP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0201(10022) STAFF Time ond room lo be onanged lab 

HISP Historic Preservation 

(Architecture) 

HISP619 Special Topics in Historic 
Preservation IPermKeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(10072) Flock, J, Time and room to be onanged 

0201(10073) Flock, J. Time ond loom to he ononged 

HISP700 Final Seminar in Historic 
Preservation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Critical evaluation of project, portfolio, or fieldwork on which the students hove been 
woikmg throughout the program, a synthesis of histonc preservation process and 
achievements with special focus on careers in the held. 

0101(10093) Flock, J. Time and loom lo be ononged 

0201(10094) Flock,!. Time ond room lo be ananged 



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(Arts and Humaniiii I 
HISTlll The Medieval World 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) former// HIST 131 The development ot Europe 
in rfie Middle Ages, the role of religious values in shopmg new social, economic, and 
political institutions; medieval literature, art and architecture, 
0101(10144) Rutenburg, J. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 0123) 

HIST113 Modern Europe: 178M - Present 

13) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

CORE Said or Political History (SH) foimeily HIST 133 Evolution ol modern notion 
states. Industnoleconomic structure ond demography. Emergence ol modern secaloi society. 
0201(10154) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 0116) 

HIST156 History of the United Stales to 
1865 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

CORE Sociol oi Political History (SH) The United States liom colonial times to the end 
of the Civil War. Establishment ond development of American institutions. 
0101(10164) Hughes, AA. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (KEY 111?) 
0201(10165) Shaffer, D. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (KEY 0103) 

HIST157 History ol the United States Since 
1865 

(3) Grade Method REG/P F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) The United States horn the ead of Itie Civil War 
to the present Economic, social, intellectual, and politico! developments Rise of indus- 
try and emergence ol the United Slates as a world power. 
0201(10175) Moss, A MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 01 03) 

HIST2I1 Women in America Since 1880 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY Also offered as WMSI211. Gedit 
will be granted for only one ol me following HIST 21 1 a WMST 2 1 1. An examina- 
tion of women's changing roles in working class ond middle closs families, the effects 
of industrialization on women's economic activities and stotus, and women's involve- 
ment in political and social struggles including those for women's rights, birth control, 
and Civil right'. 
0101(10185) Gullickson, G. MTuWThF 11 :00an>l 2:20pm (KEY 0126) 

HIST219G Special Topics in History: Race, 

Class and Gender, in the War Film 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(10195) SumidoJ. MW6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 01 1 7) 

HIST283 History of the Jewish People 11 

(3) Grade Method REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Sociol or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY Also offered as MST 235. Gedit will 
be granted lor only one ol the tollowing: HIST 283 oilWST 23S Political, economic, 
sociol ond cultural developmeat within Jewish history from the end of Middle Ages to 
tfie present Special attention to twentieth century developments including the Nazi 
holocaust and its aftermath, the Zionist movement and tfie creation of the State of 
Israel; nse of the contemporary Ameucnn Jewish community 

0101(10205) Coopermon.B. MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 01 16) 

HIST306 History of Religion in America 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

A history of religion, religious movemeots, and churches in America horn the eody 
colonial penod to the present, with special attention to the relation ol church ond soci- 
ety 
0)01(10215) Bradbury, M MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (KEY 0125) 

HIST3I4A Crisis and Change in the Middle 
East and Africa: Nationalism and 
Nation-Building in the Middle 1 ast 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY 
0201(10225) Zirfi,M. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (KEY 01 16) 

HIST327 The Roman Lmpire 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Roman history from Augustus to Hctaclius, 44 B.C.-A.D. 641: The Imperial court and 
government; the diversity ol culture in provinces ond cihes ond the progress of 



Romonizotion; Romon religion and its ttansfoimation in late onhguity, the Roman 
ormy and defense of the frontiers. 
0101(10235) Eckstein, A. MTuWThF9:30am-10:50om (KEY0117) 

HIST337 Europe in the World Setting of the 
20th Century 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Political, economic ond cultural developments in 20th century Europe with special empha- 
sis on the factors involved in the two world wars ond their global impacts and significance 
0201(10245) Kent, G. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (KEY 0120) 

HIST353 America in the Revolutionary Era, 
1763-1815 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Gedit will be granted for only one ol the following: HIST 3S3 oi HIST 36 1. The back- 
ground and course of the American Revolution ond eorly nationhood through the Wot 
of 1812. Emphasis on how Itie Revolution shaped American political ond social devel- 
opment, tfie cieahon of o new government under the Constitution, ond the challenges 
facing die new notion. 
0101(10255) Ridgwoy.W. MW6:OOpm-9:15pm (KEY0116) 

HIST355 Civil War and the Rise of 

Industrialization, 1860-1900 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Gedit will be gianted for only one ol die following: HIST 3SS and HIST 364. Civil Wor, 
sectional aad class conflicts ond then impact on Amencon life ond institutions from the 
beginning ol tfie Civil Woi through the Gilded Age; social, economic, ond political recon- 
struction ol the union; industrialization, urbanization, ond technological changes. 

0201 (10265) 0'Donovan, S. MTuWThF 1 l:00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 0125) 
HIST357 Recent America: 1945-Present 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Recommended: HIST IS7 or HIST 356. Gedit will be gianled hi only one ol the hf 
lowing: HIST 35/ or HIST 367- Amencon history from the inauguration of Harry S. 
Trumoa to the present with emphasis upon politics aad foreign relations, but with con- 
sideration of special topics such as radicalism, conservatism, and labor 

0101(10275) Smeod.H. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 1117) 

HIST386 Experiential Learning IPemrHeql 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite learning Proposer) approved by the Caieei Center, faculty sponsor, ond 

student's internship sponsor. 56 semester boors. 
0101(10285) Flock, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(10286) Flack, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

HIST4I0 Introduction to Archives 1 IPeimReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission of deportment, (orequisite: HIST 411. History of the basic 
intellectual problems relating to archives ond manuscript repositories, emphasis on 
problems of selection, access, preservation, inventorying and editing os well os the 
variety of institutions housing documents. 

0101(10296) Grimsted,D. M7:00pm-1 0:00pm (KEY 21 19) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

HIST411 Introduction to Archives II IPemSeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite permission ol department Coieguisite: HIST 410 Practical expenence 
through placement in cooperating archives or manuscript repositones in the 
Baltimote/Annapolis/Washington, DC. oreas. Assignments to specific protects based 
on intellectual interest of students. 
0101(10306) Grimsted, D Time ond room to be arranged 
0201(10307) Grimsted, D. Time and room to be arranged 

HIST419A Special Topics in History: Field 
Work Analysis 

13] Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(10317) Holum, K. Time and room to be arranged 

0201(10318) Holum, K. Time and room to be niionged 

HIST453 Diplomatic History of the United 
States from 1914 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Amencon foreign relations in the twentieth century Wodd Woi I, the Great Depression, 
Wodd Wor II, the Cold War, the Korean War, and Vietnam A continuation of HIST 452. 



HIST459A Society in America: Historical 
Topics: Native American 
Ethnohistory: "1 heories and 

Methods 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD 
138) Brooks, J TuTh 6:00pm-9: 15pm (KEY 0125) 

HIST462 I he United Stales Civil War 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

Couses of the Civil Wor; sectional politics ond secession, tesouices ond strategy of the 
Confederacy and the Union, changing character of the woi; emancipation ond its con- 
sequences: economic, social and potrticol conditions on the homefront; ond the 
wartime ongns of Reconstruction Not o military history course; little attention to the 
tactics of porticulor battles. 

0101(10348) Osher.D. MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (KEY 1 1 1 7) 

HIST467 llistorv ol Mar viand 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Political, sociol ond economic history of Morylond from the seventeenth century to the 
present. 

158) Stiverson.G. TuTh 6:00pn>9:15pm (KEY 0124) 

HIST499 Independent Study: Field Work in 

Israel IPeimSeql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(10368) Holum, K. Time ond room to be ononged 

ii69) Holum, K Time and room to be arranged 

HIST499A Independent SiucK 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AU0 
0101(10379) STAFF Time and room to be Gnanged 

0201(10380) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

HISI6I9A special Topics in History: Field 
Work Analysis 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(10390) Holum, K. Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(10391) Holum, K. Time and room to be arranged 

HIST619B Special lopics in Hislorv: 
Independent Stud) iPemPeq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(10401) STAFF Time onct loom to be arranged 

0201(10402) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

HIST799 Masters I he'sis Research (PermPeq) 
1 1 -61 Grade Method: REG. 
0101(10412) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (10413) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

HIST899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermKeql 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG 
0101(10423) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(10424) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



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MW6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 0125) 



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HUH106 Drug L se and Abuse 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

An interdisciplinary analysis of contemporary drug issues ond problems The course wJI 
examine physiological, psychological, social, philosophical, historical, legal and health 
aspects of drug use ond obuse. Special attention will be focused on those general 
motivations foi drag use that attend life on the college campus 
0101(10474) Grod. A. MTuWThF 12:30pn>l :50pm (HHP 0303) 

0201 (10475) Grod, A. MTuWThF 9:30an>l 0:50am (HHP 0302) 

HLTH140 Personal and Community Health 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Meaning and significance of physical, menial and social health as related to the noV 
viduol ond to society, important phases of national health problems, constructive meth- 
ods of promoting health of the individual and the community. 

0101(10485) Gilbert, G MTuWThF 9 30om-10 50om (HHP 1303! 

0201(10486) Gray, S MTuWThF 9 30on>10:50am (HHP 1301) 



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HLTH150 First Aid and Emergency Medical 
Sendees 

(2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Lecture, demonstration ond training in emeigency cote, including cordiopulmonory 
resuscitotion, hemotthoge contiol, shock, poisons ond bone injury tteotment ond child- 
birth Amencan Red Cross ond Heart Associohon ot Maryland Certification awarded 
0101(10496) STAff MTuWTh 9:30on>l 0:50am (HHP0302) 

0201(10497) McKeller.L MTuWTh 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (HHP 03O2) 

HLTH285 Controlling Stress and Tension 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Health problems related to stress ond tension. Analysis of causative psychosocial stres- 
sors and intervening physiological mechanisms Emphasis on prevention and control of 
stress through techniques such as biofeedback, meditation ond neuromuscular relaxation. 
0101(10507) GreenbergJ. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (HHP 1301) 
0201 (10508) Gray, S. MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (HHP 1301) 

HLTH289 Topical Investigations 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contact department to make arrangements 
0101(10518) STAFF Time and room to be onanged 

HLTH377 Human Sexuality 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
formerfv HUH 477. (he biological and developmental aspects of human sexuality: the 
psychological ond emononal aspects of sexual behavior; sexual identity; the historical, 
cultural, social, linguistic, legal ond moral forces affecting sexual issues, the impor- 
tance of communication, disclosure and innmocy in interpersonal relationships, ond 
research trends in the nteo of human sexuality. 
0101 (10528) Sowyet, R. MTuWThF HOOom-1 2:20pm (HHP 1312) 
0102(10529) GreenbergJ. MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (HHP 1303) 
0201(10530) DeVeoux,R. TuTh5:45pm-9:15pm (HHP 1302) 

HLTH386 Experiential Learning IPermReq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 
Prerequisite: (ammo Proposal approved by the Career Center, faulty sponsor, and stu- 
dent s internship sponsor 56 semester tours. Contact deportment to moke arrangements 
0101(10540) SWF Time ond room to be arranged 

HLTH389 Topical Investigations 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Contact department to moke arrangements 
0101(10550) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

HLTH391 Introduction to Community Health 

IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: HUH HO ond HUH 230 Brood overview of community health Health 
promotion, consumer health, public health, school health, environmental health, pre- 
ventive medicine, human biology and the health cote system ore examined. Eoch 
area's contribution to community health is discussed. 
0101(10560) Ko,M. MTuWThl2:30pm-2:10pm (HHP 0302) 

HLTH420 Methods and Materials in Health 

Education IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: HUH I0S or HUH 140. The purpose of this course is to present the 
interrelationships of curnculum planning, methodology ond the selection ond use ol 
teoching oids ond matenols. Special problems associated with health teaching ore dis- 
cussed. Students become familiar with a vanety of resources as well os planning fot 
ond presenting demonstration lessons. 
0101(10570) Sawyet.R. MTuWThF 9:30am-ll:00am (HHP0305) 

HITH437 Consumer Behavior 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: PSYC 100; ond SOCt 100 Credit will be granted for only one ol the follow- 
ing: CMC 437 or HLTH 437 An application of the behavioral sciences to o study of con- 
sume! behavior. Current theories, models ond empincol research findings ore expbed. 
0201(10580) Ko.M MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (HHP 1303) 

HITH450 Health of Children and Youth 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
A study of the health of 5 to 1 8 year olds. Physical, mental, social, ond emotional health 
PsychosexuoJ development, diet, exercise, recreation, and the roles of parents ond teachers. 
0101 (10590) Reynolds, M. MTuWThF !2:30pm-l:50pm (HHP 0305) 



HITH455 Physical Fitness of the Individual 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Study of moiot physicol fitness problems confronting the oduft in modem society. 
Consideiotion gn/en to the scientific appraisal, development and maintenance of fitness 
ot all age levels. Obesity, weight reduction, chronic fatigue, posture, ond special exercise 
programs oie exploted. Open to persons outside the physical education and health fields 
0101(10600) STAFF MW2:00pm-5:20pm (HHP 0303) 

HLTH471 Women's Health 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Also offered os WMS1471. Credit will be granted for only one ol the fol- 
lowing: HUH 471 or WMSJ 471 The women's health movement from the perspec- 
tive of consumerism ond feminism. The ph/sician-pahent relationship in the gynecolog- 
ical ond other medical settings The gynecological exom, gynecological problems, con- 
trocephon, abortion, pregnancy, breast ond cervical cancel and surgical procedures. 
Psychological aspects of gynecological concerns. 
0101(10610) Reynolds, M. MTuWThF 11 :00nn>l 2:20pm (HHP 1303) 
0102(10611) ShattucU. MW 5:30pm-9:00pm (HHP 0301) 
0201(10612) McKellet.L MTuWThF 12:30pmT :50pm (HHP 1301) 

HJH476 Death Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Exomination of the genesis ond development of present day death attitudes ond 
behavioi by use of o multidisaplinary life cycle approach 
0201(10622) Richmond, B. MTuWTh ll:00om-12:55pm (HHP 1302) 



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HLTH489 Field Laboratory Projects and 

Workshop IPermReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Contact deportment to moke anongements. 
0101 (10632) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(10633) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

HITH498T Special Topics in Health: Using 
Technology in Health Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(10643) Gilbert, G. TuTh 4:30pn>8:30pm (Arranged) 

HLTH688 Special Problems in Health 
Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Contact deportment to moke orangemenrs 
0101(10653) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(10654) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

HLTH785 Internship in Health Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisites: {HUH 665; and HUH 775; and HUH 7801; or permission of deport- 
ment. The application of previously acquired skills ond knowledge to the planning, con- 
duct, and evaluation of health education Emphasis on education designed to affect 
ond use psychosocial influences of health behavior The setting of the internship will 
depend upon the student's background ond cateei goals. Contact deportment to make 
onangements. 
0101(10664) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

HUH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
Contact deportment to moke orangements. 
0101(10674) STAFF Time and room to be onanged 

0201 (1 0675) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

HLTH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

1 1 8) Grade Method REG. S-F 
Contort department to make onangements. 
0101(10685) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (1 0686) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 



ue Studies) 

H0NR238B Honors Seminar: Images of 

Masculinity in Twentieth Century 
American Literature and Film 

IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
CORE Literature (HL) 
0101(10736) O'Sullivon, S. MW6:00pm-9:15pm (ANA0120) 

H0NR248G Honors Seminar: Social and Group 
Violence in America IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
CORE: Social or Political History (SH) 

0101(10746) Smeod.E. TuTh 2:00pn>5:15pm (ANA 0120) 

H0NR268V Honors Seminar: The Search for 

God and the Good IPermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (10756) Lobel, D. MW 5:45pm-9:00pm (ANA 0120) 

HORT Horticulture & 
Landscape Architecture 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 
HORT160 Introduction to Landscape 
Architecture 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Humanities (HO) Theory ond general principles of landscape architecture with 
then application to public and pnvate areas. 
0101(10829) HUM. MTuWThF 9:OOom-IO:20om(PLS 1130) 

H0RT389 Horticultural Internship 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(10839) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(10840) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

H0RT399 Special Problems in Horticulture 

(1-2) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(10850) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (1 0851 ) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

H0RT799 Master's Thesis Research 

116) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(10871) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(10872) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

H0RT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(10882) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(10883) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 



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(Arts and Humanities) 
(TAL101 Elementary Italian I 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Credit will be granted fot only one ol die following: UAL lOlorlM 121 Introduction 
to basic grammor and vocabulary; wntten and oral work. 
0101(10933) Fieri, M. MTuWTh 8:30om-10:45am(JM2 0122) 

ITAL102 Elementary Italian II 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: IM 101 or permission ol deportment Continuation of study of basic 
grammar; written ond oral work, with increased emphosis on spoken Italian. 
0201(10943) Folvo.l. MTuWTh 8:30om-10:45om (JM2 1224) 



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ITAL471 Italian Cinema: A Cultural 
Approach (in Translation) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Credit will be gianted hi only one ol the following: /HI 471 01 IM 472 formerly 
M 475. The culture ol Italy through the medium ol him horn the silent days up to 
the present In English. 

0101(10953) Fab, 1. 

Meets 06/02/97-06/20/97 MTuWTh 9:30om-l:30pm (JMZ 3118) 

IVSP Individual Studies 
Program 

(Undergraduate Studies) 
IVSP318 Independent Learning Activities: 
Individual Studies (Permfeq) 

6) Grade Method REC 
IVSP motors only. 
0101(11003) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

020 1 ( 1 1 004) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

IVSP420 Senior Paper (PermPeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite admission to IVSPmaioi for IVSPmaiois only Synthesizing final paper 

oi a final special project. 
0101(11014) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(11015) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 



JAPN Japanese 



(Arts and Humani i ii:s) 

JAPN101 Elementary Japanese I 

(6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Introduction to basic patterns of contemporary spoken Japanese ond to the two pho- 
netic syllabaries (Kotokano ond Hirogano). 
0101(11065) Voginuma, K. MTuWThF 9:30am-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0208) 

JAPNI02 Elementary Japanese II 

16) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite IkPH 101 oi equivalent Continued introduction to the basic spoken pat- 
terns of contemporary Japanese. 
0201(11075) Miuio, E MTuWThF 9:30om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 2206) 

JAPN20I Intermediate Japanese I 

(6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite IkPH 102 or equivalent formerly IkPH 205 Contemporary spoken and 
mitten Japanese. 
0101(11085) Anzoi.S MTuWThF 9:30am-l 2:20pm (PIS 1164) 

JAPN202 Intermediate Japanese II 

(6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite IkPH 201 or equivalent formerly IkPH 206 Contemporary spoken ond 
wntten Japanese. 
0201(11095) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-12:20pm (JMZ 0202) 



JOUR Journalism 



I Ul ■> i IS M 1 

JOUR100 Introduction to Mass 
Communication 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE. Behovioiol and Social Science (SB) Survey of the functions and effects of the 
mass medio in the United Slates A consumer's intioduction to newspapers, television, 
radio. Film, sound recording, books, magazines, and new medio technology 
Introduction to public lelations, advertising, and news anolysis. 
0101(11145) levy, M. MW 12:30pm-3:50pm URN 1104) 

J0UR198 Survey Apprenticeship 

(1) Grade Method: S-F. 
0101(11155) Levy, M T8A(JRN1118) 

Students must meet with Assistant Oean Gieig Stewart in JRN 1 1 18 to gain per- 
mission to enroll no later than Fridny, Moy 30, 1997 



JOUR20I Writing For Mass Media (PermPeql 

(3) Grode Method: REG 

Pre- or corequisite. IOUP 101 Prerequisite: 30 words per minute wotdprocessmg abili- 
ty: and gtammai competency demonstrated by a score ol 52 or lughei on the 15WI 
Intioduction to news, fentuie and publicity writing for the printed ond electronic medio, 
development of news concepts, loboroloiy in news gathering tools and writing skills. 

0101(11166) Harvey, C. MTuWThF 9:00om-10:40am (JRN 3103) 

A 5-minute typing test is required prior to the fust class Students must type a mini- 
mum of 30 wpm to remain enrolled in the course. Must huve at least 28 credits 
earned ond a 52 oi highei on the TSWE Seek permission to enroll and toke typing 
test in 11 17 JRN. 

J0UR202 Editing For the Mass Media 

(31 Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: grade ol C or better in I0I1P 201 for IOUP moiors only Basic editing 

skills applicable to all moss medio: copy editing, graphic principles and processes, new 

medio technology. 

0101(11177) Stepp, C. MTuWThF 2.00pm-3:40pm (JRN 3103) 

0201(11178) Barkrn.S. MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:40pm (JRN 3102) 

J0UR326 Supervised Internship - News 

Editorial IPermPeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: a grade ol V or better in IOUP 20 1, SOUP 202 and iOUP 320 ond 
permission ol department for IOUP mo/ors only Supervised internship expetience 
with communication professionals in newspapers, magazines, photo|Oumalism. 
Relation of academic training to professional expetience. 
0101(11188) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged Lob 

Students must gain petmission to register for this coucse fiom Assistant Dean Chiis 
Callahan in JRN 2102 no later than Friday, Moy 30, 1997. Students must spend o 
minimum of 1 35 houts spread ovei at least a ten week period at then internship 
site. Consequently, grades will not be determined until after the end ol the first 
summer session 

J0UR336 Supervised Internship - Public 

Relations IPermPeql 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: o grade ol V or better in IOUP 201, IOUP 202, IOUP 330, and IOUP 
33 1 and permission ol department, for IOUP maiors only. Supervised internship expe- 
rience with communicohon professionals in public relations. Relation of academic train- 
ing to professional experience. 
0101 (1 1 199) Keenan, K. Time and room to be arranged Lab 
Students must gain permission to register for this course from Assistont Deon Gieig 
Stewart in JRN 1 1 18 no latet than Fridoy, May 30, 1997, Students must spend n 
minimum of 135 hours spread over o minimum of 10 weeks at their internship 
site. Consequently, grades will not be deteimined until after the end of the first 
summer session. 

JOUR341 Advertising Techniques 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites. IOUP 340, and grade ol C or better in IOUP 202. Wnting ond produc- 
tion of piinl and bioodcasl advertisements, application ol these techniques in laborato- 
ry ond held pioiects. 
0101(11210) Zanot.E MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:40pm (JRN 31 ID 

JOUR346 Supervised Internship - 

Advertising (PermPeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: a grode ol C or better in IOUP 20 1, IOUP 202. IOUP 340, and either 

IOUP 341 or IOUP 342, and permission ol department, fat IOUP moiors only. 

Supervised internship experience with communication professionals in advertising. 

Relation of academic training to professional expetience. 
0101(11220) Keenan, K. Time ond room to be orranged Lob 

Students must gain permission to register from Assistant Dean Gieig Stewart in JRN 
1 1 1 8 no lotei thon Fndoy, Moy 30, 1 997 Students must spend a miaimum of 
135 hours spread over o minimum ol 1 weeks at theit internship site. 
Consequently, grades will not be deteimined until after the end of the fitst summei 
session. 

JOUR366 Supervised Internship - Broadcast 

News (PermReq) 

(3) Giode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites a grade ol C or better m IOUP. 20 1. IOUP 202, ond IOUP 360 and pet- 
mission ol department Pecommended: 10UP 36 1 lor television internship for IOUP 
moiors only. Supervised internship expetience with communicotton professionals in 
broadcast news Relation of ocodemic training to professional expetience 



0101(11231) Levy.M. Time and room to he arranged Lab 

Students must gain permission to register for this coucse from Assistant Dean Grerg 
Stewart in JRN 1 1 1 8 no later than fndoy, Moy 30, 1 997 Students must spend o 
minimum of 1 35 houis spread over ten weeks at their internship site. Consequently, 
grades will not be deteimined until after the end of the hist summer session. 



J0UR398 Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 
Contact department to moke arrangements. 
0101(11252) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

020 1 ( 1 1 265) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

Consult in JRN 1 1 18 lot section ond MARS code conesponding to focully member 

J0UR400 law of Mass Communication 

13) Grade Method: REG. 
lunior standing. Legal nghts and constraints of mass medio; libel, privacy, copyright, 
monopoly, contempt, and other aspects of the km applied to moss contrrwnicotion. 
Previous study of Die law not required 
0101(11287) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:20pm URN 1104) 

0102(11288) STAFF MW 6:OOpm-9:20pm (JRN 1104) 

Graduate ond advanced special students must register for section 0102 

JOUR440 Readings in Journalism Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: IOUP 320 or permission ol department. Anolysis of boob by journalists 
highly regarded for writing style ond/ot the content ol ttteii reporting wild on empho- 
sis on undetstonding the books in the context of narionol and international affairs. 

0101(11298) Paterson.J- TuTh 6:00pn>9:20pm (1RN 1104j 
JOUR451 Advertising and Society 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

lunior standing. Advertising os on institution with manifest economic purposes and 
latent social effects. Influences of advertising on people, ond related issues of ethics 
and social responsibility 
0101(11308) Zanot.E. TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (JRN 1 1 1 6) 

J0UR459C Special Topics in Mass 

Communication: Journalism and 
Technology 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD 
0101(11318) Newhogen.J. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (JRN 3111) 

J0UR501 Fundamentals of Writing and 

Editing IPermPeql 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: petmission ol department Wnting and editing techniques for journalism 
reporting. Principles of news, feature ond publicity writing for mass medio, os well os 
editing ond graphic concepts oppiopnate lor newspopers ond magazines. Not applica- 
ble for degree credit 

0101(11328) Callahan, C. MTuWThF 9:00am-10:40om URN 3102) 
JOUR502 Reporting for Graduate Students 

13) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: IOUP 50 1 of permission ol department. Intensive training in basic puok 
affairs loumalism for graduate students with limited training oi experience. Not appke- 
able lor degree credit. 
0201(11338) Harvey, C. MTuWThF 9:00am-10:40nm URN 3102) 

JOUR600 Research Methods in Mass 
Communication 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: petmission ol deportment. Contort the Journalism Graduate Office at 
405-2380 foe more information 

0101(11348) Newhogen.J. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (JRN 3102) 
J0UR60I Theories of Mass Communication 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
Prerequisite: permission of deportment. 

0201(11358) Boricin. S TuTh 4:00pm-7:20pm (JRN 1116) 

J0UR620 Seminar in Public Affairs 
Reporting 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Ptereqursile: IOUP 320. 
0101(11368) Stepp, C TuTh 9:00om-12:00pm URN 1101) 



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JOUR698 Special Problems in 
Communication 

(1 3) Grade Method REG/AUD 

0101(11378) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(11398) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Consult in 1RN 1 1 18 lor section and MARS code corresponding to faculty member. 

JOUR798 Masters Professional Fieldvvork 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(11428) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

149) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Consult in JRN 1 1 18 for section ond MS code corresponding to faculty member. 

JOUR799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(11479) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(11500) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

Consult in JRN 1118 for section corresponding to faculty member. 

J0UR888 Doctoral Practicum in Mass 
Communication 

(3-9) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(11530) STAFF Time ond room to be oranged 

0201(11549) STAFF Time ond room to be oranged 

Consult in JRN 1 1 18 for section ond MARS code corresponding to faculty member. 

JOUR889 Doctoral Tutorial in Mass 
Communication 

(3-9) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(11577) STAFF Time and room lo be oranged 

0201(11596) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

Consult in JRN 1 1 18 for section and MARS code corresponding to faculty member. 

J0UR899 Doctoral Dissertation Research in 
Mass Communication 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 

0101(11624) STAFF Time and room to be oranged 

ill 644) STAFF Time ond room to be oranged 

Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 for section and MARS code conesponding to faculty member. 

JWST Jewish Studies 

! I : lEs) 

JWST235 History of the Jewish People II 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY Also offered as HIS! 283. Credit will 
be granted for only one ol the following: IWSI 235 or HISI 283. Political, economic, 
social and cultural development within Jewish history from the end of the Middle Ages 
to the present Special attention to the twentieth century developments including the 
Nazi holocaust ond its aftermath, the Zionist movement ond the creation of the State 
of Israel, and the nse of the contemporary American-Jewish community. 
0101(11713) Cooperman.B. MTuWThF ll:00am-l 2:20pm (KEY 01 16) 

JWST419X Special Topics in Jewish Studies: 
Biblical Archeology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD^ 

0101(11723) Knoblodi,F. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 01 20) 
An exploration of rhe archeology of Syrrrfolestine and surrounding areas as it 
relates to the tent of the Hebrew Bible. An examination of archeologicol methods 
ond the ways in which matenol remains illuminate ond challenge the perspectives 
of the biblical writers. 



KNES Kinesiology 



(Health and Human Performance) 
KNES137N Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Golf (Beginning) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P F. 
0101(11773) Woddell.C. MTuWTh9:30om-10:50om(Gli 1102) 
0201(11774) Peterson, F. MTuWTh 9:30cm-10:50am(GLF 1102) 

KNES154N Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Swimming (Beginning) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
0101 (1 1784) Roltsch, M. MTuWTh l:00pm-2:20pm (COL 1206) 
0201(11785) ZeidmanJ. MTuWTh l:00pm-2:20pm (COL 1206) 



KNES155N Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Tennis (Beginning) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
0101 (1 1795) Vonder Velden, L MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20om (HHP 2240) 
0102(11796) Vonder Velden, L MTuWTh 9:30om-10:50om (HHP 2240) 
0103(11797) Vonder Velden, L MTuWTh U:00on>12:20pm (HHP 2240) 
11798) Peterson, F MTuWTh ll:00on>12:20pm (HHP 2240) 

KNES1550 Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Tennis (Intermediate) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

0101 (11808) VonderVelden, L MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20om (HHP2240) 

0102 (1 1809) Vonder Velden, L MTuWTh 9:30om-10:50am (HHP 2240) 

0103 (11810) VonderVelden, L MTuWTh ll:00om-12:20pm (HHP 2240) 
0201(11811) Peterson, F. MTuWTh ll:00on>12:20pm (HHP2240) 

KNES157N Phvsical Education Activities: 

Coed: Weight Training (Beginning) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
0101(11821) Colino, P MTuWTh 8:00on>9:20om (HHP 01 03) 

0201(11822) Cotrna, P MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20om (HHP 0103) 

KNES1570 Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Weight Training 
(Intermediate) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 
0101(11832) Cohno, P MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20om (HHP 0103) 

0201(11833) Cotino.P. MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20am (HHP 0103) 

KNES240 Exploring Cultural Diversity 
Through Movement 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Cultural diversity through on analysis of the different meanings that move 
ment activities serve within different cultural groups. Students will example how cultur- 
al affiliations con influence why ond how members of different cultural groups engage 
in movement activities 
0201(11843) Scott, M. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (HHP 1302) 

KNES262 Philosophy of Sport 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Hot open to students who have completed KNFS 362. Credit 
will be granted lor only one ol the following: MS 262 or KNFS 362 Formerly HUES 
362. Form and content of the philosophy of sport. The basis of knowledge in and 
about sport, the structure ond theories of the discipline, the ontologicol ond moral 
implications and dilemmas involving sport, ond the interactions between philosophy 
ond the scientific ond humanistic aspects of sport. 
0201(11853) Swnnson,L TuTh l:00pn>4:20pm (HHP 1302) 

KNES287 Sport and American Society 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

formerly PHFD 287. Sport will be related to such social problems as delinquency, segre- 
gation, collective behavior, and leisure; to social processes such as socialization, stratifi- 
cotion, mobility, ond social control; and to those familiar social institutions, the fomily, 
the school, the church, the military, the economy, the polity, and the mass media. 
0101 (1 1863) Vonder Velden, L TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 0305) 

KNES289 Topical Investigations {PermReq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG 
0101(11873) Wrenn, J. Time and room to be anonged 

0201(11874) Wrenn, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

KNES293 History of Sport in America 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) former)/ PHID 293. The growth ond develop- 
ment of sport in America. The transformation of sport within the perspective of 
Amencon history, including doss sport, professionalization, amateurism, ond interna- 
tional involvement 
0101(11884) Struna, N. TuTh l:O0pm-4:20pm (HHP 2132) 

KNES300 Biomechanics of Human Motion 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: ZOO! 201; and 2001 202. Formerly PHID 300 The study of human 
movement ond the physical and physiological principles upon which it depends. Body 
mechanics, posture, motor efficiency, sports, the performance of o typical individual 
and the influence of growth and development upon motor performance. 

0101(11894) Phillips, S MTuWThF 1 OOOam-1 1 :30am (HHP 1302) 

TuTh 12:00pm-2:00pm (HHP 1302) Lob 



0102(11895) Phillips, S. MTuWThF 10:00am-ll 30om (HHP 1302) 

MW12:00pm-2:00pm (HHP 1302) Lab 

KNES340 Theory of Coaching Athletics 

(2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formerly PHtB 340. General theory ond practice of cooching selected competitive 
sports found in secondary schools ond community recreation programs. 
0101(11905) DrumJ. MW7:00pm-9:10pm (HHP 0307) 

KNES350 The Psychology of Sports 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formedy PH10 350. An exploration of the personality factors, including, but not limit- 
ed to motivation, agression and emotion, as they affect sports participation and motor 
skill performance. 
0101(11915) Iso-Ahola, S. MW 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 0306) 
0201(11916) Hatfield, B. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 0302) 

KNES360 Physiologv of Exercise 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: {2001 20 1; and 2001 202}; or permission ol department Formerly 
PHiO 360. A study of the physiology of exercise, including concepts of work, muscular 
contraction, energy transformation, metabolism, oxygen debt, ond nutntion ond athlet- 
ic performance. Emphasis on cardiovascular ond respiratory function in relation to phys- 
ical activity and Training. 
0201(11926) Undle, R. MTuWThF 9:30am-ll:30om (HHP 1312) 

KNES389 Topical Investigations (rVmKeg; 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(11936) Wrenn, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(11937) Wrenn, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

KNES455 Scientific Bases of Athletic 
Conditioning 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: KNFS 360. Formerly PHF.0 455. An examination of physical hmess/alti- 
lenc conditioning programs stressing the practical application of exercise physiology 
theory for enhancing athletic performance. Cardiovascular considerations, strength and 
power development, nutntion, speed, muscular endurance, environmental considera- 
tions and ergogemc oids. 
0201 (1 1947) Hatfield, B. MW 4:30pm-7;50pm (HHP 0302) 

KNES498K Special Topics in Physical 
Education: Child and Sport 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(11957) Brown, E. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 1303) 

KNES689 Special Problems in Kinesiology 

{PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (1 1 967) Wrenn, J. Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (11968) Wrenn, J. Time and room to be oranged 

KNES799 Master's Thesis Research {PermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(11978) Wrenn, J. Time and room to be oranged 

KNES899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermlteq) 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
0101 (11988) Wrenn, J. Time and loom to be oranged 

LARC Landscape Architecture 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 
LARC160 Introduction to Landscape 
Architecture 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Humonities (HO) History, theory, philosophy ond current practice of the profes- 
sion of landscape architecture. Explores the interactive relationship between humans 
ond then environment by examining people's perceptions of and changing attitude 
towards the landscape, os well os, an examination of how these ore related to ecolog- 
ical ond cultural influences. 
0101(12038) Hill.M. MTuWThF 9:00orn-l 0:20am (PIS 1130) 



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LARC241 Electronic Studio 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite: Miff 240 for LARC motors only Foimily LARC 26 I. An innovative 
approach to the integration ot computer, photographic, video, audio ond other infoimo- 
tion technologies with the traditional landscape architecture studio 

0101(12048) Pihlok.M. ToTh l:00pm-l:50pm (PIS 2152) 

TuTh 2:00prrt4:30pm (PLS 2152) Lob 



LATN Latin 



(Arts w II ' 

UTN120 Intensive I .atirwftrmfeoj 

|4| Grade Method REG/P F/AUD. 

Prerequisite permission ol department. Not open lot aeiit to students witfi crerfrl lot 
LAIN 102- Elements of Latin grammar ond vocabulary; elementary reading. The first 
yeoi's study of Latin compressed into a single semester. 

0101(12118) Stoley.M, MTuWThF 9:30am-l 1:10am (MMH 

2407A) 

LATN220 Intermediate Intensive Latin (PetmReq) 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisite: IAIN 102, ot IAIN 120, or equivalent Not open to students with ctedit 
lot IAIN 204 Review of Latin giommai; reading in prose and poetry from selected 
authors. 
0201(12128) Meier,!. MTuWThF 9:30am-t t:10am (KEY0117) 

Students are advised to pick up course information before registenng for the course. 

LATN499 Independent Study in Latin 
Language and Literature (PetmReq) 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 
0101(12138) SIAFF Time and room to be arranged 

(12139) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

LATN699 Independent Studies in Latin 
Literature (PetmReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12149) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(12150) STAFF Time and mom to be arranged 

LBSC Library Science 

(Library and Information Servii 

LBSC499P Workshops, Clinics, and Institutes: 

Native American Resources and 

Collections 

(1-9) Grade Method: SF. 
0101(12200) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

Overview of Native American history and culture Examination of Native American 
contemporary ond archival information resources. Visits to area librones and 
archives. Location ond utilization of Internet ond online sources. 

LBSC62I Library Service to the 
Disadvantaged (PetmReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: permission ol deportment Problems of service to the disadvantaged (eth- 
nic/racial minorities, handicapped, institutionalized, ond aged) Case studies on the 
creation of library programs ond the resolution of problems of service Includes held 
experience 
0101(12210) STAFF TuTh 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK0103) 

LBSC630 Library Administration (PetmReq! 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Ptetequisite: petmission ol department Administrative theory ond principles ond their 
implications for ond opplicahons to managerial activity in libraries ond other informa- 
tion orgonizotions. Class will meet July 12 hom 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 
0101(12220) UeseneiJ. TuTh 5:30pm-8: 15pm (HBK0115) 

LBSC650 Information Access (PermReq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission ol department Information needs, information interviews, ques- 
tion analysis, information resources, search strategy, query formulation, source selection. 

0201(12230) White, M. 

Meets 07/07/97-08/22/97 MTuTh 9:30am-l 1 :30am (HBK 01 05) 

Requiied of all MLS students 



LBSC670 Information Structure ftornlnroJ 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 

Ptetequisite: petmission ol deportment Knowledge analysis and representation, infor- 
mation presentation ond assimilation, bibliographic ond record control. 

0101(12240) Green, R, 

Meets 06/02/97-06/17/97 MTh 2:00pm-4:45pm (HBK 0105) 

LBSC707 Field Study in Library Service 

(PetmReq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisites: LBSC 600, and IBSC 65 1, and ISSC 671; ond (LBSC 690 ot LBSC 
69 U and petmission ot both department and instructor. Unpaid, supervised experi- 
ence within library operahons ond/or the opportunity to perform o study to solve a 
specific problem in a suitable library or other information agency. 
0201 (1 2250) Wilson, W. Time and room to be ononged 

LBSC708E Special Topics in Library and 
Information Service: Maps as 
Source Materials: Availability and 
Acquisition (PetmReq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD 
0101 (12260) Gum, R 

Meets 06/02/97-07/30/97 MW 6:00pm-? 1 5pm (HBK 4113) 
Meets 6/2/97 - 7/30/97 except lane 30, and July 2 • July 16. 

LBSC708P Special Topics in Library and 

Information Service: Planning and 
Evaluating Library Services (PetmReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201(12270) Kaske.N. TuTh5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK4113) 

LBSC708S Special Topics in Library and 

Information Service: Management 
of Electronic Records (PetmReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12280) Miller, M. MW 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK0115) 

L8SC709 Independent Study (PermReq) 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(12290) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(12291) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

LBSC741 Seminar in School Library Media 

Programs (PetmReq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisites: petmission ol deportment; and IBSC 643 at permission ol instructor 
Development, management, and evaluation of school library media programs at all levels. 

0101(12301) Uesener.J. 

Meets 06/16/97-07/1 1/97 MWF 2:00prrM:45pm (HBK 4115) 
Class will meet on June 4 ond lune 1 1 from 5:30 pm to 8: 1 5 pm ond lune 1 4 
from 9:00 am to 4pm. 

LBSC753 Literature and Research in the 

Social Sciences (PetmReq) 
(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisites: petmission al department, ond either IBSC 651 ot petmission ol instruc- 
tor. Factors affecting the generation and use of social science information, including 
choractenstics of the social sciences ond their methodology, the structure of social sci- 
ence literature, ond control of diverse forms of social science information. 
0201(12311) White, M TuTh 12:45pm-4:00pm (HBK 0103) 

LBSC756 Literature and Research in Science 
and Technology (PetmReq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: petmission ol department; and either LBSC 651 ot petmission ol instruc- 
tor. Scientific and technical information, its generation ond use by scientists and engi- 
neers, ond its flow through loimal ond informal channels. Pnncipol souices of scientific 
ond technical infoimanon, ond then charoctenstics, scope, ond utilization, with empho- 
sis on materials selection foi scientific ond technical collections and the adoption ol 
service strategies to bt different clienteles 
0201(12321) Schoch.N. TuTh 12:45pn>4:00pm (HBK4I15) 

LBSC766 Business Information Services 

(PetmReq) 

(31 Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite- permission ol depamrient, and eithet LBSC 651 ot petmission ol mstruc 



tot. Survey ond onolysis of information sources in business, finonce, ond economics 
with emphasis on their use in problem solving. 

12331) Abels. E. 
Meets 07/14/97-08/15/97 MTuTh 1 00prrh4:00pm (HBK4H3) 
Cource is taught by Dr. Eileen Abels ond Or, Paul Wassermon 

LBSC794 Principles ol Software [.valuation 

(PetmReq) 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: petmission ol department; and eithet LBSC 690 ot LBSC 691. Humon fac- 
tors ond other cnteno for evaluating software for rnstnxtionol, library, and information 
applications. Systematic procedures for evaluating ond selecting oporopnate podcoges. 
Ml) Soergel. D. MW 5:45pm-9:00pm (HBK 0103) 
Plus one threehour session to be ononged. 

LBSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PetmReq) 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
0101(12351) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(12352) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 



LING Linguistics 



LING200 Introductory Linguistics 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) Not open to students mho hem completed 
MH 371 or HISP 120. Woys of studying human language: basic concepts of mod- 
ern linguistic analysis (sound systems, wotd fotmotion, syntax, meaning). The nolure 
of human language: the social aspects of language: language change; dialects: writing 
systems; language unrversols, etc. Basis for future work in linguistics. 

1021 STAFF MTuWThF 9:30rjm-10:50am(WY 0123) 

LING240 Language and Mind 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) The study of language os o cognitive phenomenon. Ways of 
representing people's knowledge of their native language, ways in which that knowl- 
edge is attained noturolly by children, ond how it is used in speaking ond listening. 
Relevant philosophical literature. Relationship to study of other cognitive oMities: rea- 
soning, perception, sensory-motor development. 

0101(12412) Thornton, R. MTuWThF 9:30omTO:50om (MMH 0108) 
LING499 Directed Studies in linguistics 

(PermReq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(12422) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201 (12423) Croin, S. Time ond room to he ononged 

LING689 Independent Study 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12433) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (12434) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

LING698 Directed Study (PetmReq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG. 
0101(12444) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(12445) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

UNG798 Research Papers in Linguistics 

(1-6) Grode Method. REG/AUD. 
0101(12455) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

0201(12456) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

LING799 Masters Thesis Research (PermReql 
(I 61 Grade Method: REG. 
0101(12466) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(12467) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

UNG889 Directed Research (PetmReq) 
(1-8) Grode Method REG 

0101(12477) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(12478) STAFF Tme and room to he orranged 

UHG895 Doctoral Research Paper (Pemkql 
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UNG899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

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(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(12499) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

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MAPL Applied Mat he matics 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physic al 
Sciences) 

MAP1460 Computational Methods 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites (a grode of C or better in MATH 240 ond MATH 241); ond ICMSC 104 
or CMSC 1 13)- Also offered as CMSC 460. Oedit will be granted for only one of the 
following MAPI/CMSC 460 or MAPI/CMSC 466. Basic computational methods for 
interpolation, least squares, approximation, numerical quadrature, numerical solution 
ot polynomial and transcendentol equations, systems of lineor equations and initial 
value problems for ordinary differential equations Emphasis on methods ond their 
computational properties rathei than their analytic aspects. Intended primarily for stu- 
dents in the physical ond engineering sciences. 

0101 (125S0) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH B0421) 

MAP1698A Advanced Topics in Applied 
Mathematics 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12560) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(12561) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MAP1799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(12571) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (12572) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

MAP1899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
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MATH001 Review of High School Algebra 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Recommended for students who plan to take MATH I Wot MATH 002 but ate not 
cunently qualified to do so Special lee required in addition to the tegulat tuition 
charge fot fall and sptmg semesters. This course does not carry credit towards any 
degree or tbe University Review of the algebraic skills fundamental to any further 
study of mathematics. Exponents, polynomials, linear equotions in one ond two vari- 
ables, quadratic equotions. 
0102(12633) STAFF MTuWThF9:30om-l 0:50am (MTH 1311) 

0109(12634) STAFF MTuWThF9:30am-10:50om (MTH 0104) 

0202(12635) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (MTH 1311) 

0209(12636) STAFF MTuWTbF 9:30om-l 0:50am (MTH 0102) 

Students registehng for MATH 001 who expenence moth anxiety or feel deficient 
in math study skills should refer to SUMM 003, Building Math Self-Confidence. 

mathoois Review of High School Algebra 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Recommended for students who plan lo take MATH 1 10 or MATH 002 but are not 
currently quolrbed to do so Spend/ fee required in addition to tbe regular tuibon 
charge lor loll ond spring semesters. This course does not catty aedit towards any 
degree ot tbe University. 

0201 (12646) STAFF 

Meets 08/1 1/97-08/22/97 MTuWThF 8:00om-3:30pm (MTH 0201 ) 

MATH002 Advanced Review of High School 
Algebra 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Recommended tor students wbo plan to take but who are not currently qualified for 
MATH I IS Prerequisite: MATH 001 ot satisfactory score on die mathemaha place- 
ment exam. Special lee tequired in addition to tbe regular tuibon charge lor fall and 
spnng semestets This course does not carry credit towards ony degree ot the university 
Review of high school algebra ot a foster pace ond at a more advanced level than 
MATH 001 Exponents, polynomials; linear equations in one ond two vonobles, quadrat- 



ic equations; ond polynomial, rational, exponential ond logatithmic functions 
0101(12656) SIAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 0307) 

0108(12657) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 0201 ) 

0203(12658) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 1313) 

0210(12659) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (MIH 0102) 

For those students experiencing moth anxiety oi who feel deficient in math study 
skills, tefei to the special programs section, SUMM 003 

MATHiio Elementary Mathematical Models 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AU0. 



Prerequisite, permission of deportment based on sabsfactory score on the mathematics 
placement exam, oi MATH 002 Hot open to students moionng m mathematics, engi- 
neering, ond the physical sciences. Hot open to students who hove completed MAIH 
140, 220, ot ony MATH ot STAT course for which MATH 140 or 220 is a ptetequisite 
Elementory introduction to models useful in the biological, monagement, and social 
sciences. Matrices, systems of lineor equations, and linear mequolihes in two or three 
vonobles ore used to solve simple but representative problems in linear programming, 
stochastic processes, gome theory, and the mathematics ol mortgages and annuities 
MATH 1 1 is not open lo students in the Engineering and Computer, Mathematical, 
ond Physical Sciences Colleges 
0101(12669) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9 20om (MTH 0306) 

0102(12670) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0306) 

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0110(12674) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOam-1 2:20pm (MTH 

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0201(12675) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9.20am (MTH B0427) 

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0203(12677) STAFF MTuWThF H:00arrrl 2:20pm (MTH B0427) 

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math 1 1 1 Introduction to Probability 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mathematics or Formol Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: permission oldepaitmeat 
based on sabsfactory score on die mathemaha placement exam, ot MATH 110, or 
MATH 1 15. Hot open lo students motoring in mathematics, engineering or the physi- 
cal sciences. Hot open to students who have completed STAT 100 or any MATH or 
STAT course with a prerequisite of MATH 141 Ctedil will be granted lor only one ol 
tbe following: MATH 77 7 or STAT 100 Logic, Boolean algebra, counting, probability, 
random vahables, expectation applications of the noimol probability distribution. 
0101(12688) STAFF MTuWThF 800am-9:20om (MTH 0105) 

0102(12689) STAFF MTuWThF 9 30om-10 50am (MTH 0101) 

0109(12690) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (MTH 0105) 

0112(12691) STAFF MTuWThF 9 30om-10:50om (MTH B0429) 

0202(12692) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (MTH B0421) 

0209(12693) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (MTH 0104) 

MATH 1 1 3 College Algebra with Applications 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission of deportment based on satisfactory score on rhe mothemabcs 
plocemenr exam, or MATH 002 Hot open to students who hove completed MATH 
1 40 ot MATH 220 or ony course lot which MATH 140 or MATH 220 is a prerequisite 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: (MATH 110 or MATH 1 13), or 
(MATH 1 13 or MATH 1 IS) Graphs ond applications of elementary functions including, 
polynomial, rational, exponential and lognnthmic functions Systems of linear equa- 
tions ond lineal inequalities used to solve representative problems in lineal program- 
ming. Matrices ond matrix operations including inverse Sequences. 
0101(12703) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (MTH 1308) 

0103(12704) STAFF MTuWThF lliOOam-l 2:20pm (MTH 1308) 

0108(12705) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 80427) 

0110(12706) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-] 2:20pm (MTH 

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0201(12707) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 0411) 

0203(12708) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (MTH 0306) 

0208(12709) STAFF MTuWTbF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 1313) 

MATH115 Precalculus 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission ol department based on sabsfactory score on trie mothemabcs 
placement exam ot MATH 002 Hot open to students who have completed MATH 140 



ot ony MATH or STAT course for which MATH 140 is o prerequisite. Preparation lor 
MATH 220 or MATH 140 Elementary functions and graphs: polynomials, rational func- 
tions, exponential ond logonthmic functions, tngonomernc functions. Algebraic tech- 
niques preparatory for calculus. 
0101(12719) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 0106) 

0103(12720) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-12:20pm (MTH 1313) 

0108(12721) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 0411) 

0110(12722) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (MTH B0431) 

0201(12723) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9 20om (MTH 0307) 

0202(12724) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30am-10:50om (MTH 0307) 

0209(12725) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-IO:50om (MTH 80425) 

MATH140 Calculus I 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemotics or formol Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite permission of deportment 
based on 3 1/2 years of college preparatory mathematics (including trigonometry) 
and sabsfactory score on the mathematics placement exam ot MATH 1 15 Oedit will 
be granted fat only one of the following: MATH 140 or MATH 220. Introduction to cal- 
culus, including functions, limits, continuity, denvatives and applications of the denvo- 
tive, sketching of graphs of functions, dehnite and indefinite integrals, ond calculation 
of aieo. The course is especially recommended foi science ond mothemotics majors. 

0101 (12735) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 0101) 

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Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (MTH 0106) 

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Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 1 l:00am-l 2:20pm (MTH 0107) 

MATH141 Calculus II 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemabcs or Formol Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: MATH 140 or equivalent 
Credit will be granted lor only one of the following: MATH 141 or MATH 22 1. 
Continuotion of MATH 140. including techniques of integrabon, improper integrals, 
applications of integrabon (such os volumes, work, arc length, moments), inverse 
functions, exponential and logonthmic functions, sequences ond series 

0101 (12748) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 8:00arrr9:20om (MTH 01 03) 

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Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (MTH 0103) 

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Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWTbF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 

B0429) 

MATH210 Elements of Mathematics 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: one year of college preparatory algebra Kequired lor majors in elemen- 
tary education, and open only to students in this held. Topics from algebra and num- 
ber theory, designed to provide insight into anthmebc: inductive proof, the natural 
number system based on the Peano axioms, mothemohcol systems, groups, helds; the 
system of integers; the system of rational numbers; congruence, divisibility, systems of 
numeration. 

0101 (12761) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 01 04) 

0108(12762) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH B0423) 

MATH211 Elements of Geometry 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MATH 210 Structure of mothemancs systems, algebra of sets, geometri- 
cal structures, logic, meosurement, congruence, similarity, graphs in the plane, geome- 
try on the sphere. 

0101 (12772) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 1311) 

0108 (12773) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 01 02) 

MATH220 Elementary Calculus I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemabcs or Formol Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: permission ol department 
dosed on 3 1/2 years of college preparatory mathematics (including trigonometry) 
ond satisfactory performance on tbe mathematics placement exam, or MATH 113, ot 
MATH 1 IS. Hot open to students majoring in mathemaha, engineering or the physi- 
cal sciences Credit will be granted for only one of the following: MATH 140 or MATH 
220. Basic ideas of drfferenfial and integral calculus, with emphasis on elementary 
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0103 (12785) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-1 2:20pm (M1H 
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0108(12786) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9.20om (MTH B0429) 

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0202(12790) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (MTH 0306) 

0203(12791) STAFF MTuWThF 1 lOOam-12 20pm (MTH 0101) 

MATH221 Elementary Calculus II 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUO 

CORE: Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: MATH 220, or MATH 
140, or equivalent. Hot open to students motoring in mathematics, engineenrig or the 
physical sciences. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: MATH 1 41 or 
MIH 221. Differential ond integral calculus, with emphasis on elementary techniques 
ol integration ond applications 
0102(12801) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30anrl0:50om (MTH 0102) 

0103(12802) S1AFF MTuWThF I l:00am-12:30pm (MTH 

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0201(12803) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 1308) 

0208(12804) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH B0425) 

MATH240 Introduction to Linear Algebra 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

CORE: Mathematics at Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite MATH 141 or equivalent. 
Credit will be granted for only one ol the following: MATH 240 ot MATH 400 or MATH 
46 1 Basic concepts of linear algebra vector spaces, applications to line and plane 
geometry, linear equations and matrices, similar matrices, linear transformations, 
eigenvalues, determinants ond quadratic fotms. 

0103(12814) SIAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (MTH 0307) 

0110(12815) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF HOOom-1 2:20pm (MTH 0105) 

MATH24I Calculus 111 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUO 
Prerequisites: MATH 141 and any one ol the following: MATH 240 or frVfS 102 or 
PHIS 16 1 or PHIS 171 Introduction to mulfivorrable calculus, including vectors and 
vector-valued functions, partial derivatives ond applications of partial denvatives (such 
as taagent plones ond logrange multipliers), multiple integrals, volume, surface area, 
ond the classical theorems ol Green, Stokes ond Gauss. 

0102(12825) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (MTH 1313) 

0109(12826) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuWThF 9:30an>10:50om (MTH 0411) 

MATH246 Differential Equations for 
Scientists and Engineers 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisite MATH 141 oi equivalent An introduction to the basic methods ol solving 
ordinary differential equations. Equations of first ond second aider, linear differential 
equations, loploce transforms, numerical methods, and the qualitative theory ol differ- 
ential equations. 
0103(12836) SIAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 1311) 

0110(12837) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-l 2:20pm (MTH 0104) 

0202 (12838) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30aml0:50am (MTH 0105) 

0203(12839) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (MTH 1308) 

MATH401 Applications of Linear Algebra 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisite MATH 240 or MATH 461. Vonous opplicotions ol linear algebra: theory ol 
finite gomes, linear programming, malm methods os applied to finite Markov chains, 
random walk, incidence motnces, grophs and directed graphs, networks, transportation 
problems 
0103(12849) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm(MTH0101) 

MATH406 Introduction to Number Theory 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MATH 141 or permission of department Integers, divisibility, pnme num- 
bers, unique factorization, congruences, quadratic reciprocity, Diophanhne equations 
ond arithmetic functions 
0203(12859) STAFF MTuWThF ll:OOom-12:20pm (MTH0411) 



MA1H410 Advanced Calculus I (PemReqi 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: MATH 240 and MATH 24 1 with a grade ol C or better. Hot open to stu- 
dents who have completed MATH 250 First semestet of o yeor course. Subjects cov- 
eted during the yeot ate: sequences ond series of numbeis, continuity and differentia- 
bility ol real valued (unctions ol one variable, Ifie Riemon integral, sequences of func- 
tions, and power series. Functions ol several variables including partial deiivotfves, 
multiple integrals, line ond surface integrals. The implicit function ttieoiem. Meets 8 
weeks 4 days per week 

0102 (12869) SIAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTuTtiF 9:30om-l 0:50am (MTH 0201) 

MATH4U Advanced Calculus II 

(3) Grade Method REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite MATH 4 1 Hot open to students who have completed MATH 2S0 and 
AMfH 757. Conhnuahon of MATH 410. 

0102(12879) STAFF 

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MATH450 Logic for Computer Science 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites ICMSC 25 1 and MATH 141) (with grade of C or better). Also offered as 
CMSC 450. Credit will be granted lor only one of the following: MATH 44S or MATH 
4S0/CMSC 4S0. Elementary development of prepositional ond first-older logic acces- 
sible to the advanced undergraduate computer science student, including the resolution 
method in piopositionol logic and Herbrand's Unsotisfiability Theorem in first-order 
logic Included ore Ifie concepts of truth, interpretation, validity, provability, soundness, 
completeness, incompleteness, decidability ond senmlecidobility 
0102(12889) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0107) 

MATH461 Linear Algebra for Scientists and 
Engineers 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites MATH 141 ond one MATH/STAT course lor which MATH 141 is a prerequi- 
site. This course cannot be used toward the upper level math requirements for 
MATH/STAT motors Credit will be granted for only one ol the following: MATH 240, 
MATH 400 oi MATH 461. Basic concepts of linear algebra This course is simitar to MATH 
240, but with mote extensive coverage of Ifie topics needed in applied linear algebra: 
change ol basis, complex eigenvalues, diogonaiization, Ifie Jordan canonical form. 
0102(12899) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om(MTHB0423) 

0109(12900) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH B0431) 

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0208(12902) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 0107) 

MATH462 Partial Differential Equations for 
Scientists and Engineers 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites MATH 241; ond MATH 246 Credit will be granted for only one of the 
following MATH 462 or MATH 41 5 linear spaces and operators, orthogonality, 
Stwm-Liouville problems ond eigenhjnction expansions lor ordinary differential equa- 
tions, introduction to partial differential equahons, including the heot equation, wove 
equation ond Laplace's equation, boundary value problems, initial value problems, and 
initial-boundary value problems. 
0101(12912) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (MTH 0107) 

0201(12913) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH B0429) 

0208(12914) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (MTH B0431) 

MATH463 Complex Variables for Scientists 
and Engineers 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MATH 24 1 or equivalent The algebra ol complex numbeis, analytic tunc- 

lions, mopping properties ol the elementory funchons. Couchy integral formula. Theory 

of residues and opplicanon to evaluahon of integrals. Conlormal mapping. 

0103(12924) STAFF MTuWThF ll:O0om-12:2Opm (MTH0102) 

0203(12925) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 1311) 

0210(12926) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH B0431) 

MATH498A Selected Topics in Mathematics 

(1-9) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(12936) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

MATH598A Topics for Teachers Workshops: 
Mathematics and Mathematica 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (12946) Beig, K. 

Meets 06/30/97-07/18/97 MTuWTh 9:00om-l 2:00pm (JMP 2229) 
An introduction to Ifie use ol Motfiemotico in motfiemahcs, science ond related 
areas Intended especially for mathematics ond science teochers in secondary educa- 



tion ond in twoyeat colleges. Open to other students wflh the consent of the irstiuc- 
tot. This course combines mothenicitical ideas with Mothemotko. Graphxol rjspoys, 
numerical computation and symbolic computotion will be studied in conjunction with 
mathematical topks from o variety of sources Topics will be chosen from mathemat- 
ics, biology, chemistry ond physics to enable pomdpants to use their training in cur- 
rent ond future classrooms within ond beyond the mathematics curriculum. 

MATH598B Topics lor Teachers Workshops: 
Computational Methods Using 
Matlab 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (12956) Cooper, J 

Meets 06/30/97-07/18/97 MTuWTh 9:00om-12:00pm (CSS 2416) 
An introduction to the use of Molfob in molhemotio, science ond rotated areas 
Intended espeaalfy for mathematics and science teochers in secondary educotion 
ond in twcryeoi colleges. Open to other students with the consent of the msttuctot 
This course combines motfiemahcol ideas with Mottob. Gtophicnl display, ncmericol 
computotion and symbolic computation will be studied in conjunction with mathe- 
matical topics from o vonety of sources. Topics will be chosen horn mothemoncs, 
biology, chemistry ond physics to enable participants to use theit training in current 
and future classrooms within ond beyond the mathematics curriculum 

MATH648A Selected lopics in Analysis 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12966) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(12967) STAFF Time ond room to be arronged 

MATH668A Selected Topics in Complex 

Analysis 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(12977) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(12978) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

MATH718A Selected Topics in Mathematical 
Logic 

(1-3) Grade Method. REG/AUD. 
0101 (12988) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (1 2989) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

MATH748A Selected Topics in Geometry and 
Topology' 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(12999) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (1 3000) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

MATH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13010) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13011) SIAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

MATH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13021) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

0201 (1 3022) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

MEES Marine-Estuarine- 
Environmental Sciences 

MEES608E Seminar in Marine-Estuarine- 

Environmental Sciences: Theories 
of Science/Values in Science I 

(1) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13072) Tenore.K. W8:30orn-10:00om (Arranged) 

Coiequisite: MEES 608F. 

MEES608F Seminar in Marine-Estuarine- 

Environmental Sciences: Theories 
of Science/Values in Science II 

(1) Grade Method REG 

0201 (13082) Tenure, K. W 8:30om-IO:OOom (Arranged) 

Cotequisite: MEES 608E 

MEES698F Special Topics in Marine-Estuarine- 
Environmcnial Sciences: 
Simulation Modeling in Ecology 

(2) Grade Method REG 

0101(13092) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

Course is taught at the Chesapeake BrologKol Laboratory 



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LISITING 



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MEES698V Special Topics in Marine- 

Estuarine-Environmental Sciences: 
Colorado Rivci Ecology iVermSntrJ 

(I) Grade Method REG/AUD 
0101(13102) Kangas, P. Time and roam to be arranged 

MEES699 Special Problems in Marine- 

Estuarine-Environmental Sciences 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101 (13112) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13113) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MEES799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1 6) Grade Method: REG. 

0101 (13123) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13124) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

MEES899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(13134) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13135) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



METO Meteorology 



(Computer, Mathematicai and Physical 
sciences) 

MET0499 Special Problems in Atmospheric 
Science 

0-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13185) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13186) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

MET0798 Directed Graduate Research 

(1-3) Grade Method: S-F. 
0101(13196) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

020 1 ( 1 3 1 97) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

MET0899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: S-F. 
0101 (13207) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 

020 1 ( 1 3208) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 



MICB Microbiology 



(Life Sciences) 

The following courses may involve the use of animals Students who are concerned 
about the use of onimols in teaching hove the responsibility to contact the instructor, 
prior to course enrollment, to determine whether animals are lo be used in the course, 
whether doss exercises involving onimols are optional or required ond whot alterna- 
tives, if ony, are available 

MICB200 General Microbiology 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Life Science Lab (LL) Prerequisite: BIOL 105. Ciedil will be granted for only one 
of the following: MICB 100 or MICB 200. fundamental concepts in morphology, phys- 
iology, genetics, immunology, ecology, and pathogenic microbiology. Applications of 
microbiology to medicine, the food industry ond biotechnology 

0101(13258) Joseph, S. MTuWThF 8:00om-9:00om (MCB 1207) 

MTuWThF 9:00om-l 1:00am (MCB 1201) Lob 

0102(13259) Joseph, S. MTuWThF 8:00om-9:00om (MCB 1207) 

MTuWThF 9:00om-l 1:00am (MCB 1205) Lob 

0103(13260) Joseph, S. MTuWThF 8:00om-9:00om (MCB 1207) 

MTuWThF 9:00om-l l:00om (MCB 1206) Lob 

01 04 (1 326 1 ) Joseph, S MTuWThF 8:00om-9:00am (MCB 1 207) 

MTuWThF 9:00om-l 1:00am (Arranged) Lob 

MICB379 Honors Research 

(2-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13271) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13272) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MICB388 Special Topics in Microbiology 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13282) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(13283) STAFF Time ond room lo be arranged 



MICB388R Special Topics in Microbiology 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13293) Smith, A. 
Meets 06/02/97-07/1 3/97 Time ond room to be orronged 

MICB399 Microbiological Problems 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13303) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(13304) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

MICB688 Special Topics 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(13314) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(13315) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MICB799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13325) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13326) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

MIC8899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method REG 
0101(13336) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(13337) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MUED Music Education 

li 1 IES) 

MUED499A Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: 
Instrumental Pedagogy & Small 
Ensemble Literature for 
Woodwind, Brass, Percussion & 
Strings 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13387) Taylor, S 

Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9:00am-l 2:00pm (TWS 1 102) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 

MUED499B Workshops. Clinics. Institutes: 

Music Cultures in the Classroom II 
- Curriculum Materials & Teaching 
Strategies 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13397) McCarthy, M. 

Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:00pm (TWS 3132) 

MUED698A Current Trends in Music 

Education: Instrumental Pedagogy 
& Small Ensemble Literature for 
Woodwind, Brass, Percussion & 
Strings 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (13407) Taylor, S 

Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:00pm (TWS 1102) 
Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

MUED698B Current Trends in Music 

Education: Music Cultures in the 
Classroom II - Curriculum 
Materials & Teaching Strategies 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13417) McCorthy.M. 
Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:00pm (TWS 3132) 

MUSC School of Music 

(Arts and Humanities) 

MUSC106 Beginning Classical Guitar Class 

(2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Introduction to classical guitar notation, technique, literature ond performance. No pre- 
vious musical expenence required. 

0101(13467) Cavalloro, G. MTuWTh 12:30pn>l:50pm (TWS 2138) 
Contort instructor for appropnate section. 

MUSC130 Survey of Music Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Open to oil students except music ond music 
education mo/ors. A study of the principles upon which music is bosed, ond on intro- 
duction to the musical repertory performed in Americo today. 
0101(13477) Bercken, S MTuWTh 9 00om-10:40am (TWS 2123) 

muscho Music Fundamentals I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) limited lo non-music mo/ors Introductory theory 
course. Nototion, scoles, intervals, hiads, rhythm, form, ond basic ouiol skills. 
0101(13487) STAFF MTuWTh lTOOam-1 2:40pm (TWS 2102) 

0102(13488) STAFF MTuWTh l:00pn>2:40pm (TWS 2135) 

0201(13489) STAFF MTuWTh ll:00om-l 2:40pm {TWS 2102) 

0202(13490) STAFF MTuWTh l:00pm-2 40pm (TWS 2135) 

MUSC155 Fundamentals for the Classroom 
Teacher 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Open to students mojoting in pretarly childhood educohon, preelementary education, 
elementary educohon, ot childhood educohon; other students take MUSC ISO. Cted* 
willbe gtonted lot only one ol 'the following MUSC ISOoiMUSC (55. The fundamen- 
tals of music theory ond practice, related to the needs of the classroom ond kindergarten 
teacher, ond organized in accordonce with the six-area concept of musical learning. 
0101 (13500) Taylor, S. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (TWS 3238) 

MUSC210 The Impact of Music on Life 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Music os o port of culture. Materials 
drawn hom traditions throughout the globe to illustrate issues of historical ond contempo- 
rary significance, including the impod of race, doss ond gender on the study of music. 
0101(13510) STAFF MTuWThf 11 00om-12 20pm (TWS2123) 

0102(13511) STAFF MTuWThF 12 30pm-l 50pm (TWS 2123) 

0201(13512) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (TWS2123) 

0202(13513) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (TWS 2123) 

MUSC388 Music Internship (PermReq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13523) Cooper, J. Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13524) Cooper, J. Time and loom lo be arranged 

MUSC389 Music Internship Analysis (PermReq) 

(1) Grade Method: REG. 
01 01 (1 3534) Cooper, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(13535) Cooper, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

MUSC448 Selected Topics in Music (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13545) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(13546) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MUSC448A Selected Topics in Music: Jazz 
Improvisation 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13556) Vodolo,C. 
Meets 06/09/97-06/1 3/97 MTuWThF 9:00on>l 2:00pm (TWS 1102) 

MUSC448C Selected Topics in Music: Flute 
Masterclass 1997 

(2)Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13566) Montgomery, W. 

Meets 07/05/97-07/1 3/97 MTuWThFSoSu 1 0:00om-l 0:00 (TWS 
1125) 

MUSC499 Independent Studies [PermReq) 

(2-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13576) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(13577) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

MUSC608 Chamber Music Repertory 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13587) Trover, R TBA (TWS 2140) 

0201(13588) Trover, ?. TBA (TWS 2140) 

MUSC648 Seminar in Music Research 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(13598) STAFF MTuW 6:00pm-8:30pm (Arranged) 

MUSC699 Selected Topics in Music 

(2-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(13608) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (1 3609) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



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MUSC699C Selected Topics in Music: Flute 
Masterclass 1997 

(2| Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(13619) Montgomery, W. 

Meets 07/05/97-07/13/97 MTuWThFSoSu 10:00om-10:00 (1WS 
1125) 

MUSC799 Master's Thesis Research 
(16) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13629) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(1 3630) STAFF Time ond room to be otranged 

MUSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(13640) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(13641) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

NFSC Nutrition and Food 
Science 

. \ I URAL RtSOl 

The following courses moy involve the use of onimols. Students who ore concerned 
obout the use of animals in leeching have the responsibility to contort the instructor, 
prior to course enrollment, to determine whether onimols ore to be used in the course, 
whether class exeicises involving onimols ore ophonol or required ond whot alterna- 
tives, if ony, ore available 

NFSC100 Elements of Nutrition 

(3) Grode Method. REG/P F/AUD 

CORF life Science (IS) formerly NUTR 100. Fundamentals of human nutrition. 
Nutrient requirements related to changing individual and family needs. 

0101(13691) STAFF MWF 9:30am-10:50am (MMH 1400) 

TuTh9 30am-10:50om(MMHI400)Dis 

0102(13692) STAFF MWF 9:30om-IO:50om (MMH 1400) 

MWll:00om-l 2:20pm (MMH 3418) Dis 

0201 (13693) STAFF MWF 9:30om-10:50om (MMH 1400) 

Wh9:30om-10 50om (MMH 1400) Dis 

0202(13694) STAFF MWF 9:30om-10:50om (MMH 1400) 

MWll:00am-t 2:20pm (MMH 1400) Dis 

NFSC200 Nutrition for Health Services IPermReql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

Prerequisites. CHEM 104 or CHEM 233; ond 2001 20 I or 2001 202 or 2001 2 1 1; 
and permission ol deportment. Formerly NUTR 200. Nutrition related to maintenance 
of normal health ond prevention of disease, nutritional requirements for individuals in 
different stages of development current concerns in nutrition for the professional in 
health services. 

0101(13704) STAFF MWF 9:30om-IO:50om (MMH 3418) 

TuTh8:00om-ll:00om (MMH 3418) Dis 

NFSC315 Nutrition During the Lifecycle 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: HfSC 100 or NFSC 200. Formerly WTR 315. A study of how develop- 
ment throughout life, including prenatal development, pregnancy, lactation, adoles- 
cence ond oging, oiler nutrient requirements, students will apply this knowledge to the 
dietary needs oad food choices of these different groups. 

0101(13714) STAFF MWF 9:30am-) 1 :40am (20P 2283) 

NFSC399 Special Problems in Food Science 



(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13724) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(13725) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



NFSC468 Practicum in Nutrition 

(1-6) Grode Method: S-F. 

0101(13735) Curtis, S. Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (13736) Curtis, S. Time ond room to be arranged 

NFSC490 Special Problems in Nutrition 



PBIO Plant Biology 



(2 3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: HFSC 440 ond permission ol deportment Formerly NUTR 490. 

Individual selected problems in the area ol humon nutrition. 
0101 (13746) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(13747) STAFF Time ond room to be otronged 

NFSC678A Selected Topics in Nutrition (PermreeqJ 

(I -6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13757) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(13758) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

NFSC699 Problems in Nutrition and Food 
Science (ftmfooj 

(1-4) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13768) STAFF Time and loom to be orronged 

0201(13769) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

NFSC799 Master's Thesis Research (PermSeq; 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG/S-F. 

0101(13779) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

0201(13780) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

NFSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(PermReql 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG/S-F. 

0101(13790) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (1 3791 ) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

NRMT Natural Resources 
Management 

i 

NRMT389 Internship (Permrreg7 
131 Grode Method: S-F. 
0101(13841) Kangas, P. Time and room to be orronged 

NRMT487 Conservation of Natural Resources 

I IPermReql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Formerly Afffl 487 Designed primarily loi teachers. Study of state's natural lesouices: 
soil, water, fisheries, wildlife, forests and minerals, natural resources problems ond prac- 
tices. Extensive held study. Concentration on subject matter. Token concurrently with 
NRMT 497 in summer season Over summer, students ore required to register for NRMT 
497 (0101 ) also A S50 transportation fee for held trips will be assessed. 

0101(13851) Messersmith, D. 

Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9 00om-12:00pm (SVM 2300) 

NRMT489 Field Experience (PermrreqJ 
(1-4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (13861) Kangas, P Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (1 3862) Kangas, P Time ond room to be arranged 

NRMT489A field Experience: Colorado River 

Ecology IPermReql 
(1) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13872) Kongos, P Time ond room to be orronged 

NRMT497 Conservation of Natural Resources 
U IPermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

formerly UFO 49/ Designed primarily for teachers Study of stote's natural 
lesouices: soil, wotei, fisheries, wildlife, loiesrs ond minerals, natural resources prob- 
lems ond prachces. Extensive field study. Methods of teaching conservation included 
Token concurrently with NRMT 487 in summei season Over summer, students aie 
required to register for NRMT 487 (0101) also. A $50 transportation fee for held 
trips will be assessed 

0101(13882) Messersmith, D 

Meets 06/23/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 1 :00pn>4:00pm (SYM 2300) 



pbioioo Plant Biology for Non-Science 
Students 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

For nomcieme moprs only. Not open to students who time completed BIOl 105. 
Formerly B0TN 104. Approved CORE Distributive Studies Life Science Laboratory 
Course only when token concurrently with PBIO 1 01 . 
A basic course in plont biology specifically designed for the norrscrence student. 
Emphasis is placed on on evolutionary and ecological approach to studying fundamen- 
tal concepts ond processes of plants, their place in the biosphere, the importance of 
plants to mon, and the monner in which humans import on plants ond then environ- 
ment This course will not count toword graduation requirements for ony student m the 
College of life Sciences or the College of Agriculture. 
0101(13932) Koines, P. MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am (HJP 2242) 

0201(13933) lu.B. MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20ani (HJP 2242) 

PBI0101 Laboratory in Plant Biolog\ 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Pre- or corequisite: PSIO 100. For non-science motors only. Formerly BOIH WS. 
Approved CORE Distributive Studies Erie Science Loborotory Course only when taken 
concurrently with PBIOIOO. 

loborotory investigations foi the noittcience student into the processes aad functions 
of plants, their evolution, adaptations ond ecologicol roles. This course will not count 
towoid graduation requirements for ony student in the College of Life Sciences or the 
College of Agriculture. 
0101(13943) Koines, P. TuWTh 9:30om-l 2:30pm (HJP 1 1 25) tab 

'13944) Lu.B. TuWTh 9:30om-l 2:30pm (HJP 1)25) Lab 

PBI0235 Environmental Science 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Life Science (IS) Formerly BOJN 211 Basic ecologicol pnnoples as they relate 
to the ecologicol dilemmas ol overpopulation, pollution, increasing consumption of nat- 
ural resources, ond deteriorating land use ethics facing mankind today. 

0101(13954) Koines, P. MTuWThF 10:00am-l 1:20am (HJP 2242) 

PBI0399 Research Problems in Plant Biolog) 

(PermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13964) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(13965) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

PBI0699 Special Problems in Plant Bioloj;\ 

IPermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13975) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(13976) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

PBI0799 Master's Thesis Research IPermReql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F 
0101(13986) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (1 3987) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

PBI0899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermReql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
0101(13997) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (1 3998) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 



PHIL Philosophy 



riES) 
philioo Introduction to Philosophy 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) An introduction to the literature, problems, ond metheds of pr» 

losophy either through o study of some of the main figures m philosophic thought or 

through on examination of some of the central ond recurring problems of phlosopny. 

0101(14048) Stairs. A MTuWTh 9.30om-ll lOomlSKN 1115) 

.14049) 0dell,S MTuWThF 1 1 :00orn-l 2:20pm (SO* 1 1 1 6) 

PHID40 Contemporary Moral Issuer 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Die uses of phiosopfkcal onotysts In thmking deorfy about such 
widely debated moral issues as abortion, etrthcrasro. homosraurjiy, pomograprry, reverse 
drscnminotion, the deoth penalty, business ethics, sexual eourjrry, and economt tustice 
0201(14059) Odell.S MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (Sffl 1116) 



COURSE 






53 



PHIL170 Introduction to Logic 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
A general introduction to the discipline ot logic. Traditional ond modem deductive tech- 
niques; inlormol fallacies. 
0101(14069) Allenbough, M. MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm (SKN 1 1 1 5) 

PHIL308C Studies in Contemporary 
Philosophy: The Social and 
Political Thought of Noam 
Chomsky 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(14079) Dos, R. MTulh I0:00om-12:15pm (HJP 1229) 

An exominohon of the social ond political writings of the man colled "Americas lead- 
ing dissident" (the Notion) and "arguably the most important intellectual alive" (NY 
Times) We shall look ot Chomsky's wide-ranging critique of American foreign and 
domestic policy, ond at some of his more philosophical essays, placing his work in 
the larger libertarian-socialist ond onoichist tradition of which it is a port. 

PHIL308M Studies in Contemporary 

Philosophy: Magic, Science, and 
Religion 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(14089) Stairs, A. MTuWTh 12 30pm-2:10pm (SKN 1112) 

Magic ond reloted topics such os psychic phenomena, divination, astrology ond 
alchemy seem to mony people to be on the fringes of rationality, and hence onfr 
scientific. Also the occult seems opposed to religion in many contexts. In fact, the 
relationship between mogic, science ond religion is complex ond mises fascinating 
questions about the nature of reality, about who! we know, ond how we know it, 
that is, about rationality itself We shall exploie these issues using historical ond 
contemporary sources. 

PHI1308P Studies in Contemporary 

Philosophy: Philosophy of Film 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(14099) Giovonnelli, A. MTuTh 10:00om-l 2:1 5pm (SKN 1112) 
Philosophical issues concerning the nature, the expenence, ond the interpretation of 
film. We will explore topics such os: the role of imagination in him, movie nnno- 
lion; point of view; spoce ond time in him, cinematic representation ond realism; 
him vs. literature; him vs. theater. The course includes him viewings. 

PHIL308Q Studies in Contemporary 

Philosophy: The Quest for the 
Historical Jesus 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(14109) Martin, R. TuTh 3:30pm-6:50pm (SKN 1115) 

A Philosophical overview of the quest for the historical Jesus os o way to introduce 

central questions in the Philosophy of Religion 

PHI1320 Modern Philosophy 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: six credits in philosophy A study of major philosophical issues of the 
16th, 17th, ond 18m centuries through an exominohon of such philosophers os 
Descartes, Newton, Hume, ond Kont. 
0201 (14119) lulien, A. MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (SKN 1112) 

PHIL342 Moral Problems in Medicine 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite PHI! 100, PHIL 140, or permission of department A critical exominohon 
of the moral dimensions ol decision-making in health reloted contexts. Readings ore 
drawn from philosophical, medical, ond other sources. 
0201(14129) Arrowood.D MWTh7:00pm-9:15pm (SKN 1115) 
Readings from philosophical, legal, and medical sources will provide on opportunity 
for the class to debate ethical issues such os abortion, birth control, eugenics, 
euthonnsio, the allocation ol scaice medical resources, addiction, genetic testing, 
evolution of disease resistant bacteria, the challenge of alternative medicine, con- 
siderations ol culture ond gender in medico! treatment, pnvacy and confidentiality, 
the use of human and subjects in experimentation, ond mental health treatment of 
the unwilling patient. 

PHIL408 Topics in Contemporary 

Philosophy: Islamic Political 
Philosophy 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY 
0201(14139) Hossossion, M. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (TYD 2109) 



PHI1447 Philosophy of Law 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite one worse in philosophy Examination of fundamental concepts reloted to 
law, e.g., legal systems, law and morality, justice, legal reasoning, responsibility. 
0101(14149) Geltand. S. MWTh7:00pm-9:15pm (SKN 1112) 

PHIL498W Topical Investigations 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(14159) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL498X Topical Investigations 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(14169) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

PHIL688W Selected Problems in Philosophy 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (14179) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

PHIL688X Selected Problems in Philosophy 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0201 (14189) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL788W Research in Philosophy 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(14199) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL788X Research in Philosophy 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201 (14209) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 



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PHIL799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Contad deportment to moke arrangements. 
0101(14219) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(14220) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PHIL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
Contact department to make onongemenfs. 
01011 1 4230) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (14231) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 



PHYS Physics 



(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 

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PHYS121 Fundamentals of Physics I 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Physicol Science lab (PL) Prerequisite: previous course work in trigonometry or 
MATH I IS. The hist port of a two-semester course in general physics treating the 
helds ol mechanics, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, optics, ond modern physics 
Together with PHYS 1 22, this generally satisfies the minimum requirement ol medical 
and dental schools. 

0101(14281) Restorfi.K. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9:30an>l 0:50am (PHY 1410) 

TuTh 1 2:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 3306) Lob MW 1 1 :00om-l 1:50am (PHY 

4208) Dis 

0102(14282) Restorff.K 

Meets 06/02/97-07/1 1/97 MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (PHY 1410) 

TuTh 2:00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3306) Lob TuTh 1 :00pn>l :50pm (PHY 

1219) Dis 

PHYSI22 Fundamentals of Physics II 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lob (PL) Prerequisite: PHYS 121 or equivalent. A connnuonon 

of PHYS 1 2 1 , which together with it, generally satisfies the minimum requirement of 

medical ond dental schools. 

0101(14292) Rapport, M. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (PHY 0405) 

TuTh 12:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 3316) Lob MW 11 OOam-1 1:50am (PHY 

0405) Dis 



0102(14293) Rapport, M. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PHY 0405) 

TuTh 2:00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3316) Lob TuTh l:00pm-l:50pm (PHY 

1221) Dis 

0201 (1 4294) Rapport, M. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (PHY 0405) 

TuTh 1 2:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 331 6) Lab MW 1 1 :00am-l 1 :50am (PHY 

0405) Dis 

0202(14295) Rapport, M. MTuWThF 9:30aml 0:50am (PHY 0405) 

TuTh 2:00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3316) Lab MW 1 :00pm-l :50pm (PHY 

1219) Dis 

PHYS161 General Physics: Mechanics and 
Particle Dynamics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physicol Science (PS) Pre- or wrequisite: MATH 141. Credit mil not be granted 
la PHYS 171 and PHYS 161 or PHYS 141 or former PHYS 191 First semester of o 
three-semestei calculus-based general physics course. Lows of motion, force, and ener- 
gy, principles ol mechanics, collisions, linear momentum, rotahon, ond gravitation 

0101(14305) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-IO:50om (PHY 4208) 

MWll:00om-12:00pm (PHY 1402) Dis 

PHYS262 General Physics: Vibrations, 
Waves, Heat, Electricity and 
Magnetism 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite: PHYS 161. Corequisrte: PHYS 262A. 
Credit will not be granted lor PHYS 272 and PHYS 142 or former PHYS 1 92 or PHYS 
262 Second semester of a three-semester calculus-based general physics course. 
Vibrations, waves, fluids; heat, kinetic theory, ond thermodynamics, electrostatics, cir- 
cuits, and magnetism. PHYS 262A is the lab for this course. 

0201(14315) Fivel, D. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (PHY 4220) 

MWll:00am-l 2:00pm (PHY 4220) Dis 

PHYS262A General Physics: Vibrations, 
Waves, Heat, Electricity and 
Magnetism (Laboratory) 

(No credit) Grade Method: NGI. 
0201(14325) STAFF MW 1 .OOpm+OOpm (PHY 3219) Lab 

PHYS263 General Physics: Electrodynamics, 
Light, Relativity and Modern 
Physics 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lab (PL) Prerequisite PHYS 262. Corequisite: PHYS 263A. 
Credit will not be granted lor PHYS 273 and PHYS 263 or former PHYS 293. /bird 
semester of o three-semestei calculus-based general physics course Electrodynamics, 
Maxwell's equations, ond electromagnetic waves, geometrical optics, interference ond 
diffractions; special theory of relativity; ond modem physics. PHYS 263A is the lab for 
this course. 

0101(14335) Brill, D. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (PHY 1219) 

MWll:00om-l 2:00pm (PHY 4220) Dis 

PHYS263A General Physics: Electrodynamics, 
Light, Relativity and Modern 
Physics (Laboratory) 

(No credit) Grade Method: NGI. 
0101(14345) STAFF MW 1 :00pm-4:00pm (PHY 3220) Lob 

PHYS299 Special Problems in Physics (PermReql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(14355) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(14356) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

PHYS399 Special Problems in Physics (PermSeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (14366) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

0201 (14367) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

PHYS429 Atomic and Nuclear Physics 
Laboratory 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course meets entire Summer Session I plus the first two weeks of Summer Session II. 

0101(14377) Johnson, P. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 MTu 1 :00pm-6;00pm (PHY 3112) Lab 

PHYS499 Special Problems in Physics iPermReq) 

(1-16) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(14387) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(14388) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 



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PHVS621 Graduate Laboratory 

(3) Grade Method: REG. AUD 
Design and performance of advanced experiments in modern and classical physics. The 
course meets entire Summer Session I plus the hist four weeks of Summer Session II 

0101 (14398) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-08/1 2/97 MIu 1 :00pm-6:00pm (PHY 3112) 

PHYS798 Special Problems in Advanced 

Physics fPermReq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
Contort department to moke arrangements. 
0101 (14408) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(14409) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PHYS799 Master's Thesis Research (PermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(14419) STAFF Trme and room to be arranged 

0201(14420) STAFF lime and room to be arranged 

PHYS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

fPermReql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(14430) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

0201(14431) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 



PSYC Psychology 



I Behaviorai AND S I 

The following courses may involve the use ol animals Students who ore concerned 
about the use of animals in teaching hove the responsibility to contact the instructor, 
pnoi to course enrollment, to determine whether animuls ore to be used in the course, 
whether class exercises involving ommols aie optional or requited and what alterna- 
tives, if any, ore available. 

PSYC100 Introduction to Psychology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behaviorai ond Social Science (SB) A basic introductory course, intended to 
bring the student into contort with the ma|oi problems conhonting psychology and the 
moie important attempts at their solution 
0101(14481) Smith, B. MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am (ZOP 1243) 

0201(14482) Dutand.S. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (ZOP 1243) 

PSYC200 Statistical Methods in Psychology 

FPermfleqJ 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite; PSK 100; qnd IMIH1I1 or IMIH 140 or MAIH 220. A basic introduc- 
tion to quantitative methods used in psychological research. 
0101(14492) Smith, 8. MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm (ZOP 1238) 

0201(14493) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-)2:20pm (ZOP 1238) 

PSYC221 Social Psychology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite PSK 100 The influence of social factors on the individual and on inter- 
personal behavior. Includes topics such os conformity, attitude change, person percep- 
tion, interpersonal attraction, and group behavior 
0101(14503) Stongot.C. luTh 9:00om-1 2:20pm (PLS 1 1 1 1 ) 
0201 (1 4504) Fyock, 1. MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (ZOP 1 228) 

PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: SIOl 105 ond PSK 100. An introduction to the anatomical structures 
and physiological processes that determine behavior After a study of the bosic func- 
tioning of the nervous system, the course will examine the acquisition ond processing 
ol sensory information, the neural conltol ol movement, and the biological bases ol 
complex behaviors such as sleep, learning, memory, sex, language, and addiction 
0201(14514) Yager, D. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (ZOP 1124) 

PSYC336 Psychology of Women 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSYC 100. Also offered os WMS1 336. Oedil will be granted For only 
one ol die following: PSK 336 oi WMSI 336 A survey ol the biology, life-span 
development, socialization, personality, mental health, ond special issues of women 

0201(14524) Knox, S. MW 5:00pm-8:20pm (ZOP 1236) 



PSYC34I Introduction to Memory and 
Cognition 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-f/AUD. 
Prerequisite: PSK 100 An introduction to the basic models, methods ol research, ond 
findings in memory, problem-solving, and language and their applications. 
0101(14534) Alonso, D MTuWThF 12:30pn>l :50pm (ZOP 1124) 

PSYC353 Adult Psychopathology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSK 100 Credit will be granted lor only one ol Ibe tallowing: PSK 
353 ond PSK 331 or PSYC 431. The notute, diagnosis, etiology, ond treatment ol 
mental disorders among adults 

0101(14544) Coursey, R. MW l:00pm-4:20pm (ZOP 1238) 

PSYC36I Survey of Industrial and 

Organizational Psychology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite PSYC 100. A general survey ol the field of industrial organizational psy- 
chology including such topics os organizational entry (recruitment, selection, training, 
socialization) , organizotional psychology (motivation, leodetship, job altitudes), ond 
productivity in the work place (performance appraisal, absenteeism, turnover). The role 
that the larger environment ploys in influencing work behaviors and work altitudes 

0101(14554) STAFF MW 5:00pm-8:20pm (PES 1 1 1 1 ) 

0201 (1 4555) Sipe, W. MW 5:00pm-8:20pm (ZOP 1232) 

PSYC40I Biological Bases of Behavior 
Laboratory 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites. SIOl 105; ond PSYC 200 or equivalent with permission ol instructor, 
and PSYC 301 or equivalent. A laboratory course to introduce students to some of the 
bosic physiological and anolomical techniques of contemporary neuroscience Exercises 
look ot specific neurons or groups ol neurons and how they control such simple behav- 
iors os swimming, prey capture, and species recognition. The lab exercises use living 
invertebrates and cold-blooded vertebrates. 
0101(14565) Yager. D. MW 9:00om-l 1:00am (ZOP 2109) 

MW 1 :00pm-5:00pm (ZOP 4 1 20) Lab TuTh 1 :00pm-5:00pm (ZOP 

4120) Lab 

PSYC420 Experimental Psychology: Social 

Processes 1 IPermReql 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSYC 200; and PSYC 221; and completion ol the departmentolly required 
English, math, and science supporting course sequence; ond permission ol deportment. 
A loborotory course to provide o bosic understanding ol experimental method in social 
psychology and experience in conducting research on social processes. 

0101(14575) Stangor, C. TuTh l:00pm-4:20pm (ZOP 1243) 

Wl:00pm-4:20pm (ZOP 0147) Lab 

PSYC436 Introduction to Clinical Psychology 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Ptetequmle PSYC 200 ot equivalent Critical analysis of clinical psychology, with par- 
ticular emphasis on current developments ond trends. 
0101(14585) Coursey, R. TuTh 5:00pm-8:20pm (ZOP 1238) 

PSYC450 Field Research in Organizational 
Psychology 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites. PSCf 100, PSYC 200 and compiebon ol required Inglish, math, science 
sequence Recommended: PSYC 361. Par PSYC motors only. Methods ol held research 
applicable to organizational settings ate examined, including field experiments ond 
quosFexperiments, observation, interviewing, surveys, content analysis, ond various 
lorms ol qualitative inquiry. 
0201(14595) STAFF MW l:00pm-5:00pm (ZOP 1238) 

PSYC469H I Ionors Thesis Proposal 
Preparation 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (14605) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(14606) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PSYC478 Independent Study in Psychology 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(14616) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (14617) STAFF lime and room to be ononged 



PSYC479 Special Research Problems in 
Psychology 

(I -3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 
0101(14627) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(14628! STAFF Time ond room to he arranged 

PSYC499H Honors Thesis Research 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD 
0101(14638) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(14639) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

PSYC788 Special Research Problems 

(I 41 Grade Method REG/AUD 
0101(14649) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(14650) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

PSYC789 Special Research Problems 

(14) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
0101(14660) S1AFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

PSYC799 Masters Musis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101(14670) STAFF Time ond loom to be orranged 

' 1 1 STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

PSYC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(14681) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

0201(14682) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

PUAF Public Affairs 

. :RS) 

PUAF698A Selected Topics in Public Affairs: 
Housing Finance Overview (Permteq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Coutse tought in Annopolis, MD. 
0101(14732) Slater, S Time ond room to be arranged 

PUAF798B Readings in Public Policy 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
For PUAF motors only 
0101(14803) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(14805) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

SUV Slavic 

SLAV499 Directed Study 

(1-3) Grade Method REG/PF/AUD. 
0101(14855) Hitchcock, D. Time oral room to be orranged 



SOCY Soc iology 



SOCY100 Introduction to Sociology 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB! The fundamental concepts and principles of 

sociology. Includes consideration ol culture, patterns ol social (itenxtion, norms, vot- 

ues, sociol institutions, stratification, ond soaol change. 

0101(14905) Eengermann, 1. TuWTh 9:00am-l 1 : 1 Sam CASY 2309) 

0201(14906) Korzeniewiu. R. MTuWTh 9:00am-10 40am tASY 2309) 

SOOI05 Introduction to Contemporary 
social Problems 
(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Soence (S8) An exominonon ol contemporary sociol 
problems through sociological perspectives, ways in which sood problems are port of 
the organization ol society; a detailed study ol selected social problems including 
social conflict ond sociol inequality, 

0101(14916) Zotmni-Moghodom, L MTorW9:30orn-10:50arr, 

(ASY 1213) 



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somoi Introductory Statistics for 
Sociology 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: SOCY 100 ond MATH 111 01 equivalent Hot open to students who have 
completed BMOT 23 1, frVff 324, oi STAT 400 Gedit will be gtanted hi only one ol 
the following: ARC 4B4. 8I0M301, BM0T230, CM 400. H0H321. C0MS4S1. 
GW630S, dm 422, PSYC200, SOCI 201, UBSP3S0, or TEXT 400. Elementary 
descriptive ond infetenliol stulisihcs. Construction and percentage of bivoriote contin- 
gency tobies, frequency distributions ond graphic presentations; meosures of central 
tendency ond dispersion; parametric ond nonporametnc meosures of association ond 
correlation, regression; probability; hypothesis testing, the normal, binomial and chF 
squoie distributions; point ond interval estimates. 

0201(14926) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (ASY2309) 

TuTh 9:30am-] 1:00am (ARC 1105) lab 

SOCY203 Sociological Theory 

(3| Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: SOCI 100. Development of the science of sociology; historical bock- 
grounds; recent theories of society Required of all sociology majors. 
0201(14936) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOam-1 2:20pm (ASY 2309) 

S0CY243 Sociology of Marriage and Family 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Credit will be granted lor only one of me following: SOCI 243 or SOCI 343. 
formedy SOCI 343 Demographic trends in family ond momoge, childbeoring, 
divorce, sociological theories of mote selection, montol interaction, ond mental dissolu- 
tion Contemporary controversial issues, such os the relationship of unmotried couples, 
alternative morrioge forms, abortion, ond violence in the fomily 
0101(14946) Londry.L MTuWThF ll:00am-l 2:20pm (ASY 1213) 

SOCY300 American Society 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

The sociol structure ond orgonizotion of Amencon society with speciol reference to 
recent sociol change A sociologicol perspective on urban ond other population trends, 
the character structure, values ond ideology of Americans - sociol movements ond 
changes in work, family life ond recreotion 
0101(14956) Hunt, L TuWTh 12:30pm-2:45pm (ASY 2309) 

S0CY305 Scarcity and Modern Society 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite 3 aedits ol sociology. Resource depletion ond the detehorohon of the 
environment. Relationship to life styles, individual consumer choices, cultural values, 
and institutional failures Projection of the future course of American society on the 
basis of the analysis of scarcity, theories of sociol change, current trends, sociol move 
ments, government actions, and the futurist literature. 
0201(14966) Finsterbusch, K. MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (ASY 1213) 

S0CY325 The Sociology 7 of Gender 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Prerequisite: 3 cieditsol sociology Also offered as WMST32S. Cred'rtwill 
be gronted lor only one ol the following: SOCY 32S or WMST 32S. Institutional bases 
of gender roles ond gender inequality, cultural perspectives on gender, gender socializa- 
tion, feminism, ond gender-role change. Emphasis on contemporary American society. 

0101(14976) Hunt, J. TuWTh 6:30pm-8:45pm (ASY 1213) 

0201(14977) STAFF MTuWTh 4:00pm-5:40pm (ASY 2309) 

50CY380 Honors Independent Reading in 
Sociology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite peimission of department formerly SOCI 378 This course permits soci- 
ology honois students to undertake o program or reading on o particular problem in 
sociology or a subfield therein The leading will be done under the supervision of o 
member of the sociology faculty. Required of sociology honor students. 
0101(14987) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (14988) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

S0CY381 Honors Independent Research in 
Sociology 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite SOCI 380. formerly SOCI 388. This course permits sociology students 
to define o particular problem in sociology or a subfield therein and to develop a 
reseorch plon for use os o thesis topic. The work will be done under the supervision of 
a member of the sociology faculty 
0101(14998) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(14999) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



S0CY383 Honors Thesis Research 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Prerequisite SOCY 381. Formerly SOCI 389. Student reseorch under the direction of 
o member of the sociology faculty, culminating in the presentation ond defense of a 
thesis reporting the research. 
0101(15009) STAFF Time ond room to be oaonged 

0201(15010) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

S0CY386 Experiential Learning iPermBeq} 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsor, ond 

student's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours. 
0101(15020) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (1 5021 ) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

SOCY399 Independent Studv in Sociology 

(PermReq) 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(15031) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(15032) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

SOCY427 Decant Behavior 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite 6 aedits of sociology or peimission ol deportment. Current theories of the 
genesis ond distribution of deviont behavior, ond their implications for a general theory 
of deviont behavior. Definitions of devionce, labeling theory, secondary deviance. 
0201(15042) STAFF TuWTh 6:30pm-8:45pm (ASY 1213) 

S0CY441 Social Stratification and Inequality 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: 6 credits of sociology oi permission ol deportment. 56 semester hours 
lumor standing. Credit will be granted lor only one of the following: SOCY 24 1 or 
S0CY441. The sociological study of sociol class, status, ond power Topics include the- 
ories of stratification, correlates of sociol position, functions ond dysfunctions of sociol 
inequality, status inconsistency, ond social mobility. 

0101(15052) Peose.J. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (ARC 1105) 

S0CY699 Special Social Prohlcms 

(1-16) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15062) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (15063) STAFF Time ond room to be onanged 

S0CY799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101 (1 5073) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (1 5074) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

S0CY899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG 
0101(15084) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (15085) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 



SPAN Spa nish 



(Arts and Humanities) 

The longuoge of instruction in all courses is Spanish unless otherwise noted. 

SPAN101 Elementary Spanish I 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite Ho previous Spanish: high school level I Spanish with grode of A or 8; 
high school level 2 Spanish with a grode of C or below. Not open lo nahve/fluent 
speakers of Spanish. Introduction to the functions ond structures of the Spanish lon- 
guoge, with emphasis on the foui skills of listening, speaking, reading ond wnting. 

0101(15135) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30am-l 1:45am (JMZ 2207) 

0201(15136) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30om-ll:45om (JMZ 0125) 

SPAN102 Elementary Spanish II 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite SPAN 101 at UMCP or equivalent. Not open to nohve/Buent speakers oi 

Spanish. Further study of the functions ond structures of the Sponish longuoge, with 

emphosis on the four skills of listening, speokmg, rending ond writing. 

0101(15146) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30om-ll:45om (KEY 0124) 

0201(15147) STAFF MTuWTh 9;30om-ll:45om (JMZ 2207) 

SPAN201 Intermediate Spanish 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



CORE: Humomties (HO) Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or SPAN 103 at UMCP at high school 
level 3 Spanish with a giade olAoiB or high school level 4 Spanish with oCor 
below. Hot open to nohve/Buent speakers ol Spanish. Foimeily SPAN 203. Continued 
development of the functions ond structures of the Sponish longuoge with emphasis 
on the foui skills of listening, speaking, reading, ond wnting 
0101(15157) STAFF MTuWTh 9 30om-U:45om (PIS 1168) 

(15158) STAFF MTuWTh 9 30om-l 1 45om (JMZ 0103) 

SPAN224 Violence and Resistance in the 
Americas 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY Indigenous vision of violence ond resistance in the 
Americas. Texts and mops from the European explorers ond conquerors ore also stud- 
ied. Readings include primary texts from the 1 6th as well as horn the 20th century 
All readings are in English. No Sponish is required. 

1 1 5 1 68) Peres, P. TuTh 9:30nm-l 2:50pm (JMZ 01 22) 

SPAN301 Advanced Grammar and 
Composition I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite SPAH 202. Recommended SPAN 207 Practice of complex grommoticol 
structures through reading ond writing ol compositions ond essays. Specmc lexical, 
syntnetic, rhetorical, ond stylistic devices will be highlighted. 
0201(15178) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (JMZ 3203) 

SPAH311 Advanced Conversation I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite SPAN 202 at SPAN 211 or permission of department. Hot open to 
nohve/Buent speakers of Spanish Further development of listening ond speaking 
skills in Sponish Opportunity to develop oral fluency improve pronunciation ond 
increase vocabulary Individual ond/or group oral presentations. 
0101(15188) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:l 5pm (JMZ 2207) 

SPAN3I2 Advanced Conversation II 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisites SPAH 202 ond SPAH 211 or SPAN 311 or permission of deportment. 
Hot open to native/Buent speakers of Spanish. Continued mastery of listening ond 
speaking skills in Spanish. Opportunity to develop oral fluency, improve pronunciation, 
ond increase vocabulary. Emphosis on colloquial ond technical longuoge os well os 
development of linguistic occurocy. Individual ond/or group oral presentation 
0201(15199) STAFF MW6:00pm-9: 15pm (JMZ 2206) 

SPAN408 Great Themes of the Hispanic 
Literatures: Literatura Mexicana 
del Siglo XX: Identity and 
Revolution 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AU0. 
0201(15230) Aguilor-Moro, J. TuTh l:00prrr4:15pm (1MZ 1224) 

SPAN448 Special Topics in Latin American 
Civilization: Indigenous Cultures 
in Latin America 19th Century: 
Resistance and Integration 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(15260) Aguilor-Moro, J. MW l:00prrr4: 15pm (JMZ 1226) 

SPAN448B Special Topics in Latin American 
Civilization: Human Rights and 
Democratization in Latin America 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
020 1 (1 5270) Koufmon, E. MW 5.00pm-8:20pm (TYD 2 1 1 1 ) 

SPAN699 Independent Study in Spanish 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15290) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201 (15291) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

SPAN798 Open Seminar: The cultures of 
Latin America: Studies in 
Literature and Film 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15301) Sosnowski.S 

Meets 06/23/97-07/03/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l:15pm (JMZ 0103) 
This couise is specially designed toi educators. 

SPAN799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(15311) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(15312) S1AFF Time ond room to be orronged 



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SPAN899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(15322) STAFF Time and loom to be arranged 

(15323) STAFF Time and room to be oitonged 



Recommended: SPCH 250. Philosophical ond conceptual analysts ol speech communi- 
cation rheones. 



0101(15464) fink. E 



MTuWThF 12:30pn>l:50pm (PIS 1146) 



SPCH Speech 



(Arts and Humanities) 
SPCH107 Speech Communication: Principles 
and Practice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Hot open to students who hove completed SPCH 100 Oedil will be granted lot only 
one ol the following: SPCH 100 or SKH 10/- A study of and practice in oral commu- 
nication, including pnnciples of interviewing, group discussion, listening, informative 
briefings, ond persuasive speeches 
0101(15373) STAFF Th6:30pm-9:30pm (PLS 1158) 

0102(15374) Wolvin, A. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (SKN 1112) 
0103(15375) Wolvin, A. MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (SKN 1112) 

0104(15376) STAFF M,W 6:30pm-9.30pm (PLS 1158) 

0202(15377) Gaines, R MTuWThF 9:30on>10:50om (SKN 0'04) 

0203(15378) Gaines, R MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (SKN 0104) 

SPCH125 Introduction to Interpersonal 
Communication 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Concepts of interpersonol communication including perception, language ond meaning, 
nonverbal communication, listening and feedback. 
0201(15388) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (TWS 0131) 

(15389) STAFF M,W 6:30pm-9:30pm (TWS 0131) 

SPCH220 Small Group Discussion 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pnnciples, methods and types of interaction occurring in small groups with on empha- 
sis on group discussion and decision-making. 

. (15399) STAFF Tu.Th 6:30pm-9:30pm (TWS 0135) 

SPCH250 Introduction to Speech 
Communication Inquiry 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AU0. 

An introduction to the field of speech communication Definitions, models, and con- 
texts of communication; rheloncal theory ond rhetorical criticism of discourse 

0101 (1 5409) Fink, E. MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (SKN 01 04) 

SPCH324 Communication and Gender 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY The creation of images of male ond female, ond masculine and feminine, 
through communication, the differences in mole and female communication behaviors 
ond styles, and the implications ol those images ond styles for mole-female transactions 
0101(15419) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (SKN 0104) 

0102 (15420) STAFF M,W 6:30pm-9:30pm (PLS 1158) 
0201(15421) STAFF M,W 6:30pm-9:30pm (SKN 1115) 
0202(15422) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-] :50pm (SKN 0104) 

SPCH386 Experiential Learning (PermKeql 

13-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 



Pteieqmsite: Learning Proposal approved by the Career Center, faculty sponsor, and 
student's internship sponsor 56 semester doors. 

0101(15432) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

(15433) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

SPCH399 Honors Thesis (PermKeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(15443) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (15444) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

SPCH400 Research Methods in Speech 
Communication 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: SPCH ISO and an introductory course in stahshcs Philosophy of sci- 
entific method, role of theory; research ethics, empirical research methods (mea- 
surement, sampling, design, analysis). 

0101 (15454) STAFF MTuWThF 9:00am-10:20om (PLS 1 146) 

SPCH402 Communication Theory and Process 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



SPCH424 (_ onimunication in Complex 
Organizations 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Structure ond function of communicanon within organizations: orgonizononol dimate 
and culture, information flow, networks ond role relationships. 

1,474) STAFF MTuWThF 10:00om-ll:20om (TWS 01 38) 

SPCH425 Negotiation and Conllict 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Role of communicanon in shaping negonotion and conflict processes and outcomes. 
0101(15484) STAFF M,W 6:30pm-9:30pm (TWS 0135) 

SPCH482 Intercuhural Communication 

(3) Grade Method; REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY The mopi vonnbles of communicanon in un intercultural context- cultural, 

racial ond national differences, stereotypes; values; cultural assumptions; ond verbal 

ond nonverbal channels. 

0101(15494) Nogesh, R. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PLS 1162) 

0102(15495) Nogesh, R. MTuWThF HOOom-1 2:20pm (PLS 1162) 

0201(15496) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:30pm (SKN 1115) 

5PCH489 Topical Research (PermKeql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(15506) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

(15507) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 

SPCH798 Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15517) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

(15518) STAFF Time ond room to be anonged 

SPCH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(15528) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (15529) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

SPCH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
0101 (15539) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(15540) STAFF Time and room to he arranged 

STAT Statistics and Probability 

(Computer, Mathematical and Phi 
Sciences) 

STATioo Elementary Statistics and 
Probability 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

(ORE Mathematics or Formal Reasoning (MS) ftereonsrre. permission of Math 
Department based on satisfactory score on Moth placemen) exam or MATH llOotMAW 
IIS. Hot open to students who have completed MAIH 1 1 1 or any MAIH or STAI course 
with a prerequisite ol MAIH 141 Credit wil be granted for only one of the following: MAIH 
1 1 1 or SW 100. Simplest tests of statistical hypotheses, applications to beforeandaftei 
ond matched pair studies. Events, probability, combinations, independence. Binomial praba- 
bilities, confidence limits. Random variables, expected values, median, vononce Tests based 
on ranks. Law of large numbers, normal approximation. Estimates of mean and variance. 

0101(15590) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH B0425) 

0202(15591) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (MTH 0101) 

STAT400 Applied Probability and Statistics I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MAIH 141 Hot acceptable toward graduate degrees in SIAI, MAPI, oi 
MAIH Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: SIAI 400 or IHll 324. 
Random vonables, standard distributions, moments, low of lorge numbers ond central 
limit theorem Sampling methods, estimator) olpammeters, teshng ol hypotheses. 

0102(15601) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0307) 

0103(15602) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 0411) 

(15603) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH B0421) 

(15604) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH B0423) 

S1AT798A selected Topics in Statistics 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 



0101(15614) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(15615) STAFF T<ne ond room to be arranged 

S1AT799 Masters Thesis Research 
(I -6) Grade Method KEG 
0101(15625) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(15626) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

STAT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method REG 
0101(15636) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(15637) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

SURV Survey Methodology 

(Behavioral and Social Sen 

SURV623 Data Collection Methods in Surve) 
Research 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Review of oltemotive data collection methods used in surveys, concentrating on the 
import these techniques have on the guolity of survey data, including measurement 
error properties, levels of nonresponse and coverage error. Reviews of the literature on 
maior mode compansons (face-Mace interviewing, telephone survey ond serf-odmns- 
tered questionnaires), ond alternative collection methods (dianes, administrative 
records, direct observation, etc.). The stotisttcal ond social soence literatures on inter- 
viewer effects and nonresponse, ond current odvonces in computer-ossisted telephone 
interviewing (CATI), computer-assisted personal interviewing (CAPI), and other meth- 
ods such os touchtone doto entry (TDE) and voce recognition (VRE). 

0101(15777) Cantor, D. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/23/97 MW 6: 1 5pm-9:00pm (LEF 1 208) 

SURV625 Applied Sampling 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: statistics course approved by the deportment. Practical aspects of sample 
design. Topics include: probability sampling (including simple random, systemotie, 
stratified, clustered, multistage and twoobase sampling methods), sampling with 
probabilities proportional to size, areo sampling, telephone sampling, ratio estiroton, 
sampling error estimation, frame problems, nonresponse, ond cost rectors 
0101 (15787) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/97-07/25/97 TuTh 6:l5pm-9:00pm (LEF 1208) 
Course is taught by Korol Kratkjg of the University of Michigan. 

SURV699K Special Topics in Survey 

Methodology: Multi-level Analysis 
of Survey Data 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15797) Croninrjet.R. 

Meets 06/02/97-07/27/97 Time and room to be arranged 
Prerequisite. One groduotebvet course in statistics or c^tratm methods ond fcjri- 
airy with survey research methods. Most surveys gather data on nciwiuris ofihough 
the social group and its effects on incrvrjucfc is often of primary interest. The course 
introduces a raentfy-devoioped statistical technique hierorchicnj Ineor models (HIM) 
that can be used to analyze data in which indrvouars ore nested withn crxps and 
higher-levels of analytic nterest The course will focus on dan usng HLM software 
using examples from the fields of education, sociology, demography and pained so- 
ence. This course rs team taught with Volene Lee of the University of Mdaoan. 

SURV699L Special Topics in Survey 
Methodology 

(1-4) Grade Method:REG/AUD. 
0101(15807) STAFF TBA (tEF 1208) 

SURV699M Special Topics in Survey 
Methodology 

(1-4) Grade Method REG ADD 
0101(15817) STAFF TBA (LEF 1208) 

SURV722 Randomized/Nonrandomized 
Design 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

fteraquisrfe: SURV 625. Research designs horn which cousd nferences are sought 
Classical expenmentol design will be contrasted with qurjsrexpenments, evaluation 
studies, and other observational study designs. Emphasis placed on haw design fea- 
tures import the nature of statistical estimation ond inference from the designs Issues 
of blocking, balancing, repeated measures, control strategies, etc. 

J 5827) Dayton. C 
Meets 07/1 4/V7-08/28/97 MW 3:30pn>6 :00pm (SW 0104) 



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LISITING 



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THET Theatre 



(Arts u d Hi CANITIES) 

THETl 10 Introduction to the Theatre 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Introduction to the people of the fheotre; actors, 
directors, designers ond bockstoge personnel. The core ond characteristics of a play 
script; theatrical forms ond styles; and theofte history. 
0101(15877) Hebert.M. MTuWThF ll;00am-l 2:20pm (TWS0241) 

0201(15878) Oleary.R. MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (TWS 0241) 

THETH1 Making Theatre: Art and 
Scholarship 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Ptetequisite: WHO or permission of deportment. Systematic mttoduOion to ttie 
took ond techniques used by Iheatte practitioners. 
0101(15888) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (TWS 0241) 

THET120 Acting I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite WHO or permission of department Bosic principles of acting techniques 
Exercises sttuctuied to develop the student's concentration, imagination, sense and emo- 
tional memory Textual analysis, character analysis and scene study, ond the oppkonon of 
these techniques to character portrayal through performance of short scenes. 
0101(15898) Hebert.M. MTuWThF 9:30cm-10:50om (TWS 1228) 

THET195 Gender and Performance 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Recommended: JHfl 110 ond Ml 
1 1 1. Intersections between recent research on gender and public performance through 
history, including theatre, film, and television. 
0201(15908) Schulet.C. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:45om (TWS 0147) 

THET386 Experiential Learning (PermReq) 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prerequisite: teaming Proposal approved by the forcer Centei, faculty sponsor, and 

student's internship sponsor 56 semester hours. 
0101(15918) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(15919) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

THET479 Theater Workshop (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (1 5929) Kriebs, D. Time ond room to be arranged 

THET499 Independent Study (PermReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(15939) STAFF Time ond loom to be ottonged 

0201(15940) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

THET499P Independent Study: Beginning 
Puppetry Workshop 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(15950) Cotter, M. TuTh9:00aml2:0Opm (TWS 2230) 

The couise will present the history of the art form, demonstrations of vohous 
stages; introduction to puppet styles, the business of puppet theatre; hands-on 
workshops on construction of cloth and neophrene puppets Taught by Michael 
Cotter, Oitectot of the Blue Sky Puppet Theatre, recognized as one of the pteemF 
nent puppet theatres in the Washington-Baltimore area. 

THET669F Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15960) STAFF Time ond loom to be arranged 

THET789 Master's Practicum (PermReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101 (1 5970) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(15971) STAFF Time and room to be ortonged 

THET799 Master's Thesis Research (PermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(15981) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (1 5982) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

THET899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(15992) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(15993) STAFF Time and toom to be ottonged 



UMEI Maryland English 
Institute 

(Arts and Humanities) 

UMEI001 English as a Foreign Language: 

Beginning (PermReq) 
(12) Grade Method: S-F. 

Intensive couise foi the non-nntive speaker of English who has little oi no previous 
knowledge ol English, Focus on the rapid acqursihon of the basic features of English 
grammar ond pronunciation and on speaking ond understanding Amencon English; 
reading and writing appropriate to the level will be included Special fee required lor 
this couise. This couise does not carry credit towards any degree ot the University and 
does not count in the retention plan. 

0101(16043) Cavonnugh.A. 

Meets 06/1 6/97-08/08/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:00pm (ARC 1121) 

MTuvVThF l:00pm-3:00pm (ARC 1121) 

0102(16044) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 6/97-08/08/97 Time ond loom to be arranged 

UMEI002 English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate I (PermReq) 

(12) Grade Method: S-F. 

Intensive couise foi the non-nohve speaker of English who has had some previous 
instruction in English, Emphasis on improving listening and speaking skills, on moster- 
ing intermediate grammatical structures, ond on expanding vocabulary Includes prac- 
tice in Rending ond wnting appiopnote to the level Special fee required for this 
course. This course does not carry credit towotds any degree ot the University ond 
does not count in the retention plan. 

0101(16054) Dolan.S. 

Meets 06/16/97-08/08/97 MTuWThF 9:00am-l 2:00pm (ARC 1123) 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm (ARC 1123) 

0102(16055) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 6/97-08/08/97 Time and room to be arranged 



0101 (16138) STAFF 
0201 (16139) STAFF 



Time and room to be ononged 
Time ond loom to be arranged 



For Registration 
| Information, 
See pages 5-8. 



UMEI003 English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate II (PermReq) 

(12) Grade Method: S-F. 
Intensive course foi the normotive speaker of English who has mastered the essential stiuc- 
lures of English grammar. Emphasis on improving communicative skills foi a wide range of 
linguistic situations, on rapid expansion of vocabulary, ond on improving reeding compre- 
hension and basic writing skills. Special fee tequired for this couise This course does not 
carry credit towards ony degree ot the University ond does not count in the retention plan. 

0101(16065) LipowiM 

Meets 06/16/97-08/08/97 MTuWThF 1 0:00am-l 2:00pm (TWS 2212) 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm (TWS 2212) 
0102(16066) STAFF 
Meets 06/1 6/97-08/08/97 Time ond room to be arranged 

UMEI004 English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate III (PermReq) 

(121 Grade Method: S-F. 
Intensive course for the non-nnhve speaker ol English who has a good command of 
the bosic features of spoken and written English Emphasis on refining speaking and 
listening skills, on improving leading speed and comprehension of academic texts, and 
on developing writing skills for academic courses Special fee required foi this course 
This course does not carry ciedit towards any degree ot the University and does not 
count in the retention plan. 

0101 (16076) STAFF 

Meets 06/16/97-08/08/97 MTuWThF 9:00am-l 1:00am (TWS 2228) 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm (TWS 2228) 

0102(16077) Kevorkian, J. 

Meets 06/16/97-08/08/97 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:00pm (DNC 1 143) 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm(DNC 11 43) 

URSP Urban Studies and 
Planning 

(Architecture) 

URSP399I Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



URSP688P Recent Developments in Urban 
Studies: Presenting Technical 
Information: Speaker and 
Computer Graphics Skills 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(16149) Jonsen.A. MW6:30pm-9:30pm (ARC 1121) 

URSP703 Community Planning Field 

Instruction and Practicum (PermReq) 

(6) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Preiequisttes: URSP 600, URSP 60 1, URSP 604, URSP 60S ot permission from the 
Progtam. for MCP majors only fotmedy URBS 703 Concepts ond ideos that have 
shaped the profession, current planning issues Professional expeiience os intern in 
planning office. Weekly seminars focus on practical, theoretical, ptofessionol ond ethi- 
cal issues arising dunng internship 

0101(16159) Momott.B. W7:00pm-9:30pm (ARC 1125) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

URSP788 Independent Study in Urban 
Studies and Planning (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (16169) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(16170) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

URSP798 Readings in Urban Studies and 

Planning (PermReq) 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD 
0101(16180) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(16181) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

URSP799 Master's Thesis Research (PermReq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 

0101(16191) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(16192) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

WMST Women's Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 
WMST200 Introduction to Women's Studies: 
Women and Society 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY Prerequisite: frVH 101 ot equiv- 
alent An mteidisciplinary study ol the status, rales, ond experiences of women in soci- 
ety Sources from a vanety of helds such os literature, psychology, history, and anthro- 
pology, focusing on the wntings of women. 
0101(16242) Allohyori.R. MTuWTh IT :00am-l 2:40pm (ARC 1103) 

WMST250 Introduction to Women's Studies: 
Women, Art and Culture 

(3) Grade Method. REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Prerequisite; Ml 101 ot equivalent. 
An exominonon of women's creative powers as expressed in selected examples of 
music, film, art, drama, poetry, fiction, and other literature Explores women's creativi- 
ty in relation to families, religion, education, ethnicity, doss, sexuality, and within a 
cultural tradition shaped by women. 
0101(16252) Beck, E. MTuWTh 11 OOom-1 2:40pm (EGR 1104) 

0201(16253) Senack, E. MTuWTh llOOom-l 2:40pm (EGR 1104) 

WMST255 Introduction to Literature by 
Women 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: literature (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered as [HGI 250. Credit will be granted lot 
only one of the following: WMS1 255 ot FrVH 250 Imoges of women in literature by 
ond obout women. 
0101(16263) Kouffmon.L MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2120) 
0201(16264) Eicke, L MW6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 0124) 

WMST275 World Literature by Women 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
CORE Literature (HI) DIVERSITY A/so offered os CMIT 275 Credit will be gtanted for 
only one of the following: WMSI 275 ot CMU 275. Comparative study of selected 
woiks by women writers of several countries, explonng points of intersection and 
divergence in women's literary representations. 

0201(16274) Maisto.M MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2120) 



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WMST325 The Sociology of Gender 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Prerequisite 3 credits of sociology Also offered os SOCt 325. Gedit will be 
granted for only one ol the following: WMSJ 325 or S0C1 325. Instilutionol hoses of 
gender roles and gender inequality, cultural perspectives on gender, gender socializa- 
tion, leminism, and gender-role change Emphasis on contemporary Ameiicnn society. 
0101(16284) Hunt, J TuWTh 6:30pm-8:45pm (ASY 1213) 

0201(16285) STAFF MTuWTh 4:00pm-5:40pm (ASY 2309) 

WMST326 Biology of Reproduction 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite: 8101 105 or permission ol deportment. Also offered as 1001 326. Credit 
will be granted lor only one ol the following WMSJ 326 or 2001 326 The biology ot 
the reproductive system with emphasis on mammals ond, in particular, on human repro- 
duction Hormone actions, sperm production, ovulation, sexual differentiation, sexual 
behavior, contraception, pregnancy, lactation, maternal behavior ond menopause 

0101(16295) Roberts, R MTuWThF 8:00om-9:30om (ZOP 1 238) 

WMST336 Psychology of Women 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 
Prerequisite, P5KC 100. Also offered os PSK 336. Credit will be gianled for only one 
ol the following: WMSJ 336 or PSK 336. A study ol the biology, lifespan develop- 
ment, socialization, personality, mental health, and special issues of women. 
0201 (1 6305) Knox, S. MW 5:00pm-8:20pm (20P 1 236) 

WMST350 Feminist Pedagogy iPermSeql 

(6) Grode Method- REG 
Prerequisite: permission ol department General application of feminist methodology to 
teaching ond communication skills, leaching strategies, motivation, classroom dynam- 
ics ond knowledge ol students' development ond learning styles. 
0101(16315) Beck, E Time ond room to be arranged 

WMST400 Theories of Feminism 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisite. MS! 200 or WMSJ 250 A study of the multiplicity of feminist theories 
which have been developed to explain women's position in the family, the workplace, 
ond society. Major feminist writings oie considered in the context of then histoncol 
moment and in the context of the intellectual traditions to which they relate 
0101(16325) Beck, E. MTuW 2 OOpm-5: 1 5pm (KEY0125) 

WMST420 Asian American Women 

0101 Kim Tu.WJH 3:30pm-5:45pm 

WMST471 Women's Health 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Also offered as HUH 471. Credit will be granted for only one ol the follow- 
ing: WMSJ 471 or HUH 471 The women's health movement from the perspective of 
consumerism ond feminism The physician-patient relationship in the gynecological and 
other medical settings The gynecological exam, gynecological pioblems, contracep- 
tion, abortion, pregnancy, breost ond cervical cancer and surgical procedures. 
Psychological aspects of gynecological concerns. 
01 01 (1 6335) Reynolds, M MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (HHP 1 303) 
0102(16336) Shatluck.T. MW 5 30pm-9:00pm (HHP 0301 ) 
0201(16337) McKeller, L MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (HHP 1301) 

WMST499 Independent Study: Individual 
Study in Women's Studies (Permfeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual instruction course Prerequisite: 3 houis of WMST ond junior standing. 
0101 (1 6347) STAFF Time ond loom to be oiranged 

0201 (1 6348) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

WMST699 Independent Study fPermSeqj 

(I 3) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
By permission ol insttuctot only. 
0101(16358) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(16359) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



ZOOL Zoology 



(Life Sc ii 

The following courses may involve the use of onimols. Students who ore concerned 
obout the use of animals in teaching have the responsibility to contact the instructor, 
prioi to course enrollment, to determine whether animals ore to be used in the course, 
whether class exercises involving onimols ate ophonol oi required ond whot alterna- 
tives, rfony, ate available 



ZOOL201 Human Anatomy and Physiology 1 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science Lob (ID Prerequisite: 8IOI. 105 or equivalent. Anatomy and physi- 
ology of the skeletal, muscular, neural, endocrine, ond sensory systems Not accepted 
os credit toward the zoology major. 

0101 (16409) Kapp, 1. MTuWThF 11 :30am-l 2:50pm (ZOP 1243) 

TuWIh 8:30am-l l:30om (Z0P 0205) Lab 

0102(16410) KoppJ. MTuWThF ll:30om-l 2:50pm (ZOP 1243) 

TuWTh l:00pm-4:00pm (ZOP 0205) Lob 

0103(16411) Kapp. J MTuWThF H:30om-12:50pm (ZOP 1243) 

TuWTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (ZOP 0205) Lob 

Z00L202 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 2001 201 or permission of deportment Anotomy ond physiology ol the 
cordiovosculoi, respiratory, immune, digestive, urinary ond reproductive systems Not 
accepted as credit toward the zoology major. 

0201(16421) Opoku-Edusei, ). MTuWThF 11 :30am-l 2:50pm (ZOP 1243) 

TuWTh 8:30om-ll:30om (ZOP 0205) Lob 

0202 (1 6422) Opoku-Edusei, J. MTuWThF 1 1 :30om-l 2:50pm (ZOP 1 243) 

TuWTh l:00pn>4:00pm (ZOP 0205) Lob 

0203(16423) Opoku-Edusei, J MTuWThF 11 :30am-l 2:50pm (ZOP 1243) 

TuWTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (ZOP 0205) lab 

Z00L211 Cell Biology and Physiology 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites 8101 105: ond CHIM 103. Biochemical ond physiological mechanisms 
underlying cellular lunction. Properties of cells which moke He possible ond medio- 
nisms by which cells provide eneigy, reproduce, and regulate ond integrate with each 
other ond their environment. 

0101(16433) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (ZOP 1 243) 

TuWTh 9:30am-l 2:30pm (ZOP 0207) Lab 

0103(16435) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (ZOP 1243) 

TuWTh l:00pm-4:00pm (ZOP 0207) Lob 

Z00L299 Supplemental Study in Zoology 

(PermSeql 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (1 6446) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

0201(16447) STAFF Time ond room to be oiranged 

Z00L309H Honors Independent Study fPermfeq) 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contact department to moke arrangements. 
0101 (1 6457) STAFF Time and room to be oiranged 

0201 (1 6458) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

Z00L318H Honors Research (PermReql 
(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contact department to make arrangements. 
0101(16468) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

0201(16469) STAFF Time and room to be ortonged 

Z00L319 Special Problems in Zoology {Peimhq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Contort deportment to moke arrangements. 
0101 (16479) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(16480) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

Z00L326 Biology of Reproduction 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: 8101 105 oi permission of department. Also offered as WMSJ 326. 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol the following: 2001 326 or WMSJ 326. The biolo- 
gy ol the reproductive system with emphasis on mammals and, in pnrliculoi, on human 
reproduction Hoimone actions, speim production, ovuloton, sexual differentiation, sexuol 
behavior, contraception, pregnancy, lactation, maternal behovioi ond menopause. 
0101(16490) Roberts, R. MTuWThF 8:00am-9 30om (ZOP 1238) 
Applies towoid Biological Sciences specialization oreos: PHNB, ZOOL, BGEN ond GENB. 

Z0OL328Z Selected Topics in Zoology: Field 

Research IPecmfeql 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(16500) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(16501) STAFF Time ond room to be oiranged 



ZOOL360 Principles of Animal Behavior 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Prerequisites: 8101 105 and 8101 106 and 8101 222. Study of onimol behovioi with 
emphosis on its evolution ond function. Topics include genetic basis of behowoc, communi- 
cation, aggression, foraging, cooperation, mote selection ond relevance for cortservotiofi. 

0201(16511) lohr, B. 

MTuW 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (ZOP 1236) Th 11 :00am-l :40pm (ZOP 

2283) Dis 

Applies loword Biological Sciences speaolizofton oreos PHNB, ZOOL, EEB8, 8EES, 

MARB, BGEN ond GENB. 

Z00L381 Natural History of the Chesapeake 
Bay 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD 

Prerequisite a course in biological sciences or permission ol department. Consideration ol 
the major groups of organsms associated with the Chesapeake Boy and current issues 
that determine humons' present and future uses for the Chesapeake and its beta 
0201(16521) Small, E. MTuWThF ll:00am-12:?0pm (Z0P0283) 

Acceptable towards Biological Sciences specialization aieas: ZOOL EEB8, BEES, 
MARB. BGEN. ond GENB. 

Z00L390 Vertebrate Zoology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P F/AUD 

Prerequisites; 8101 106 ond 1001 210 or permission ol deportment. An introduction 
to the natural history of vertebrates, their evolutionary history, pottems of geographic 
distribution and syslematics. 

0201(16531) OLD. 

Meets 07/14/97-08/01/97 MTuWThF 8:0Oom-5:00pm (ZOP 0275) 
ZOOL 390 and ZOOL 39) will be taught in on integrated format dunng the fist 
three weeks of summer session II Students must register for both ZOOL 390 and 
ZOOL 391 lor a total of 4 credits. Applies to BIOL specialization areas: ZOOL, 
MARB, EEBB. BEES. BGEN ond GENB. 

Z00L391 Vertebrate Zoology Field Trips 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P FAUD 

Prerequisites 8101 1 06 and 2001 210 or permission ol deportment. Caeqmsite: 
2001 390. Field trips to observe vertebrates ond to institutions where scientific 
leseorch on vertebrates is being conducted. 
0201(16541) Gill. D. 

Meets 07/1 4/97-08/01/97 MTuWThF 8:00on>5:00pm (ZOP 0275) Lob 
ZOOL 390 ond ZOOL 391 will be taught in on integrated format during the first 
three weeks of summer session II. Students must register for both ZOOL 390 ond 
ZOOL 391 for a total of 4 credits. Applies to BIOL specialization oreos ZOOL 
MARB, EEBB, BEES, BGEN ond GENB. 

ZOOL430 Developmental Biology 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: 1001 211 and 8101 222. Structural, functional ond regulatory events 
ond mechanisms that operate during development to produce on integrated, mumcellu- 
lor organism composed ol o multitude of differentiated cell types. 
0201(16551) Goode. M. MTuWThF 11 :00on>l 2:20pm (ZOP 1234) 

Acceptable towards Biological Saences specialization areas: PHNB, ZOOL CMBG, 
BGEN ond GENB 

ZOOL609 Special Problems in Zoology ihrmfeq) 

11-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD 
Contort deportment to moke orrongements. 
0101(16561) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(16562) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ZOOL708 Advanced Topics in Zoology 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(16572) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(16573) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ZOOL799 Master's Thesis Research iPetmKeql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG 
0101(16583) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(16584) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ZOOL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermReql 

(18) Grade Method REG 
0101(16594) STAFF lime ond room to be orronged 

0201(16595) STAFF Tme ond room to be ononged 



COURSE 



LISITING 



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Estimated Billing Form Instructions 



1. Add the number of credit hours on the Schedule 
Request Form. Only courses listed on that page 
should be included in this total. 

2. Locate your status undergraduate, graduate resident, 
graduate non-resident) on lines 1-3. (Note: a 
"Graduate Student" is one who has been admitted to 
the graduate school either at the University of 
Maryland or another institution. Students who have 
graduated from this or another institution are not con- 
sidered graduate students until they have been admit- 
ted to the Graduate School. If you have any questions 
on this or your residence status, please call the 
Undergraduate Admissions Office, 314-8385 or the 
Graduate Admissions Office, 405-4198. The 
University reserves the right to make the final and offi- 
cial determination of the students residence status). 

3. On the line next to your status circle the amount under 
the number of credit hours you are requesting. This is 
your tuition. Enter the cost in the amount column. 

4. Line 4 lists mandatory fees charged to ever) 7 student 
each summer session. The fees are therefore entered in 
the amount column for you. 

5. If you are requesting On-campus Housing, enter the 
appropriate amount for 6 weeks on line 6 in the 
amount column. If your course requires other than 6 
or 8 weeks residence, contact the Resident Life 
Assignments Office at (301) 314-2100. Attach the 
Residence Halls Agreement tear-off portion to the 
Schedule Request and Estimated Bill Form. 

6. If you wish to park on campus for the summer, refer 
to line 8. Parking permits must be picked up at the 
Department of Campus Parking on the campus. Note: 
UM students' permits assigned to the previous Fall 
semester are valid through August. 



7. If this form is accompanied by an application for 
admission, you must also pay an Application Fee. If 
this pertains to you, enter the appropnate amount on 
line 9. Note: only on application for Admission and 
one Application Fee required for both summer ses- 
sions. 

8. To determine the amount you owe the university, add 
all charges entered in the amount column. Enter this 
total on line 10. Make a check for the amount owed 
payable to the University of Maryland. Write Students 
Social Security Number on face of check. You will be 
notified of any bill adjustments that are necessary. 
Payment must accompany the Estimated Bill Form. 

9. Students entitled to credit on their bills (contract, 
scholarships, etc.) must attach a purchase order from 
the agency paying their fees and/or certifying docu- 
mentation for the scholarship credit. 

10. MONIES OWED THE UNIVERSITY WILL BE 
DEDUCTED FROM CHECKS RECEIVED PRIOR TO 
APPLICATION OF THE REMAINDER TO SUMMER 
SCHOOL TUITION. CHARGES INCURRED DUR- 
ING THE SUMMER ARE PAYABLE IMMEDIATELY. 

1 1 . Enclose the Schedule Request and Estimated Bill 
Form (and application and housing request, if applic- 
able) along with your check in the return envelope 
provided herein, or use the following address: 

Office of the Bursar 

Summer Mail-in Registration 

Room 1115 Lee Building 

University of Maryland 

College Park, Maryland 20742-5151 



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UMCP SUMMER SESSIONS 1997 



800-711-UMCP 



1997 Estimated Billing Form 



SUMMER SESSION I ONLY 





ESTIMATED BILL FORM 


AMOUNT 


Undergraduate 
Students 


CREDIT HOURS 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 






Resident Tuition 


170 


340 


510 


680 


850 


1,020 


1,190 


1,360 


1,530 


1,700 


$ 




Non-Resident Tuition 


265 


530 


795 


1,060 


1,325 


1,590 


1,855 


2.120 


2,385 


2,650 






Graduate 
Students 


CREDIT HOURS 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 








Resident Tuition 


272 


544 


816 


1,088 


1,360 


1,632 


1,904 


2,176 








Non-Resident Tuition 


400 


800 


1,200 


1,600 


2,000 


2,400 


2,800 


3,200 








Mandatory Fees 
For All Students 


Academic Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 


Student Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 


Health Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 


Building Rec Fee $15 


$ 


15 


00 


On-Campus Housing 
(attach Residence Halls Agreement Form) 


Six Weeks $578.04 


$ 




Eight Weeks $770.72 


$ 




Campus Parking Fee: Campus Resident $27; Commuter $14 (choose one) 


$ 




Application Fee for New Students (non-refundable); Undergraduate $45; Graduate $50 


$ 




Special Fees (consult course listings) 


$ 




TOTAL BILL 


$ 







SUMMER SESSION II ONLY 


























ESTIMATED BILL FORM 


AMOUNT 




Undergraduate 
Students 


CREDIT HOURS 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 






1 


Resident Tuition 


170 


340 


510 


680 


850 


1,020 


1,190 


1.360 


1,530 


1,700 


$ 




? 


Non-Resident Tuition 


265 


530 


795 


1,060 


1,325 


1,590 


1,855 


2,120 


2,385 


2,650 








Graduate 
Students 


CREDIT HOURS 








1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 








3 


Resident Tuition 


272 


544 


816 


1,088 


1,360 


1,632 


1,904 


2,176 








4 


Non-Resident Tuition 


400 


800 


1,200 


1,600 


2,000 


2,400 


2,800 


3,200 








S 


Mandatory Fees 
For All Students 


Academic Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Student Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Health Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Building Rec Fee $15 


S 


15 


00 


fi 


On-Campus Housing 
(attach Residence Halls Agreement Form) 


Six Weeks $578.04 


$ 






Eight Weeks $770.72 


$ 




7 


Campus Parking Fee: Campus Resident $27; Commuter $14 (choose one) 


$ 




8 


Application Fee for New Students (non-refundable); Undergraduate $45; Graduate $50 


$ 




9 


Special Fees (consult course listings) 


$ 




0. 


TOTAL BILL 


$ 





Student Social Security Number: 



MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND. 
INCLUDE THE STUDENT SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER ON 
CHECK. One check may be used to pay for both summer ses- 
sions. Add the "Total Bill" from both estimated bill forms to 
determine the total amount of your check. 

All tuition and fees subject to adjustment. 



If you wish to use your credit card, check one and fill in 



5) Mastercard [7 



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Please read the application instructions on pages 12-14 to determine if you must complete this application. 
Please do not write in shaded areas. 



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Yes If yes. when did you lake your first daytime class at College Park'' Month Year_ 

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Please attach a check or money order made payable to the University of Maryland. 
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Do you qualify for the Golden I.D. fee waiver? IZ yes CH no 

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



□□□□□□□□□□□ 



G R A D 



SUMMER 


1997 





Last Name 


First 


Middle 


Other 


Present Address: 






Phone Numbers: 

Home ( _) 


Street 






Wort< ( ) 



MD County 



Please check one 

Z Visiting Graduate Student 

□ Institute Student 

Zl Advanced Special Student: 
(check one) 
1 a. Bachelor's Degree with 3.0 GPA 
~] b. Masters or Doctoral Degree 
H c. Bachelor's Degree (4 yrs out) 
H d. Test Scores, indicated below 



Citizenship Zl U.S. □ Non-U.S. 

Non-U. S. Citizens or Permanent Immigrants: 
Country of Citizenship 



City and Country of Birth _ 
Type of Visa 



Permanent Alien Registration #_ 
Date of Issue 



The information in this item is solely for the purpose of determining compliance with Federal civil rights law. Your response will not affect consideration of 
your application. 



Birthdate: / / 

Sex: Zl Male D Female 



Z Race: American Indian/Native Indian Z Hispanic 

Z Black, not of Hispanic origin 1 White 

Zl Asian/Pacific Islander 



List in chronological order all colleges, universities or other institutions of higher learning which you have attended, including the University of Maryland. 
Attach official transcript as required for admission as an Advanced Special Student. Visiting graduate students must submit a letter of permission from the 
applicant's Dean indicating that the applicant is in good standing and that the courses will transfer back to the student's program. 


Name of Institution 


Location 


From 


To 


Major 


Degree 


Date Awarded/ 
Expected 


Overall 
Average 



































































Has disciplinary action been initiated or taken against you at any of the institutions attended, including the University of Maryland? 
Z no Zl yes If yes, please attach a statement describing the incident and its resolution. 

Have you ever been indicted for, pleaded guilty to, or been found guilty of any criminal offense excluding minor traffic violations? 
Z no Zl yes If yes, please attach a statement describing the incident 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 
not taken the required examination, indicate when you plan to do so. Our institutional code is 5814. 



Graduate Record General (Aptitude) 
Miller Analogies Test 
Graduate Management Admissions Test 
Test of English as a Foreign Language 



(GRE) 
(MAT) 
(GMAT) 



Date. 
Date_ 
Date. 



(TOEFL) Date. 



Verbal. 
Score_ 
Score_ 
Score_ 



Quantitative. 



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) 

- over - 



65 



List any work and military experience (major categories and time periods only) for the past two years. 



Title or Person 


Employer 


State 


From 


To 

































MARYLAND RESIDENTS ONLY 

The following information is used to determine your eligibility for in-state status for admission and tuition purposes. The University reserves the right 
to request additional information if necessary. 

Yes No 

1. For the most recent 12 months has another person(s) provided half or more than half of your support? 

2. Have you been or will you be claimed as a dependent by another person(s) on federal and/or state income tax returns 
for any of the following years? 1995 DYes D No 1996 D Yes D No 

3. If the answer to 1 and/or 2 is yes. indicate name of person who has provided financial support or is claiming you as a dependent. 
Name Relationship to applicant 



If you, the applicant, answered "NO" to questions 1 and 2, please complete the following. 

~ IN ALL OTHER CASES — 

The person listed in question 3 should complete the following. 

Yes No 

D D 4. Are you or your spouse a full-time resident of the U.S. Armed Forces? 

If yes, you may omit questions 5-16. Please attach a photocopy of most recent orders. 

LJ LJ 5. Current Residence 



Street Address 



Apt.# 



City 



County State Zip 



6. Previous Residence 

Street Address Apt.# City 

LJ LJ 7. Do you own any property outside of Maryland? Date of acquisition _ 

If yes, for what purpose do you hold such property? 

CH CD 8. Are you a citizen of the United States? 

If no, type of visa 

Date visa issued 

D D 9. Are you registered to vote? 

a. If yes, in what state/country? 

LJ LJ 10. Do you possess a valid driver's license? 

a. If yes, in what state was it issued? 

LJ LJ 1 1 . Do you own a motor vehicle(s)? 

a. If yes, registered in what state? 



M/D/Y M/D/Y 

(Dates Occupied) 



County State Zip 



Alien Registration Number . 
Expiration date of visa 



b. Date of original registration_ 
b. Date of original issue 



b. Date of original registration_ 



LJ LJ 12. Do you have the use of a motor vehicle in another person's name? 
If yes, indicate the name and relationship of person 



LJ LJ 13. Have you paid Maryland income tax for the most recent year on all earned income including all taxable income earned outside the state? 
If no, please state reason 

14. List actual years and states in which you have filed a tax return in the last 3 years 



I — II — I ic k i ■ .. ., ■ ,_,„ (State/Country Tax Year) (State/Country Tax Year) (Slate/Country Tax Year) 

L_l t_l 15. If employed, is Maryland income tax being withheld? 

LJ LJ 16. Did you give a Maryland home address on most recent federal and state tax forms? 

LJ LJ 17. Do you receive any type of financial aid (loans, scholarships, grants) from a state other than Maryland? 



If yes, from which state 



/ certify that the information submitted in this application is complete and accurate to the best of my knowledge. I agree to abide by the rules, policies and 
regulations of the University of Maryland if I am admitted as a student. 



Signature 



Date 



A non-refundable fee must accompany this application. $50.00 U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents. 
$70.00 International Applicants. Incomplete application will be returned. 



66 



Summer Course Registration Form 



1997 Summer Session 



This form should be used for the FIRST Summer Session only. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by May 23, 1997. 
Complete the entire form. Do not write in shaded areas. 



LAST NAME 



FIRST 



Ml 



SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



Were you registered at the University of Maryland 
College Park SPRING 1997? 

YES NO 

If NO: 
Please read Admission Information in this Catalogue. 



( 



) 



STUDENT SIGNATURE 



DAYTIME PHONE NUMBER 



ADVISOR'S STAMP 
AND SIGNATURE 

MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS 

ON ACADEMIC WARNING 

OR DISMISSAL 



COURSE REQUEST: Complete this part with information found in the Course Listing section of this catalogue. See page 21 for 
information on determining the session of a course. If MAILING this form, please provide alternate sections. 



DO 

NOT 
WRITE 
IN THIS 


COURSE REQUESTS: 


SPACE 

4, 


PREFIX NUMBER 


Suffix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit 
Level 


Waitlist 
Position 




mzr 


m 


KH S 


01 01 


w 


3 










01 














01 












01 














01 
















01 









ALTERNATE 

SECTIONS OR 

INDEX NUMBERS: 







































RESTRICTED COURSE 
AUTHORIZATION 


STAMP SIGNATURE 


























RS 



MARS: (301) 403-0500 HELPLINE: (301) 314-1600 

REGISTRATION WITH MARS IS CONVENIENT AND EASY. 
THE MARS COURSE WORKSHEET ON PAGE 71 WILL 
GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS. 



Registration Verification and Signature: 






ALL STUDENTS COMPLETE THIS SECTION: In the space below list the course(s) you have requested. The lower part of this form must 
be validated by the Registrations Office and returned to you. It is your proof of Registration. 























NOT a***"*™- 

write SECURITY # 






- 




- 








AND POSITION: 


IN THIS 












SPACE 
4, 


PREFIX 


NUMBER 


Suffix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit Waitlist 
Level Position 










01 








/ 




i 








01 








J~ 


/ 


/ 










01 








/ 


/ 


/ 










01 






1 


1 


/ 










01 






1 




/ 










01 






1 


1 






Students who register and later decide not to attend classes must CANCEL their registration PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF 
CLASSES. Failure to do so will result in financial obligation even though the student does not attend classes. 



NAME 

ADDRESS 



CITY, STATE, ZIP 



Registration Verification and Signature: 



67 



Summer Course Registration Form 



1997 Summer Session II 



This form should be used for the SECOND Summer Session only. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by July 3, 1997. 
Complete the entire form. Do not write in shaded areas. 



LAST NAME 



FIRST 



Ml 



SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



STUDENT SIGNATURE 



Were you registered at the University of Maryland 
College Park SPRING 1997? 

YES NO 

If NO: 
Please read Admission Information in this Catalogue. 



DAYTIME PHONE NUMBER 



ADVISORS STAMP 
AND SIGNATURE 

MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS 

ON ACADEMIC WARNING 

OR DISMISSAL 



COURSE REQUEST: Complete this part with information found in the Course Listing section of this catalogue. See page 21 for 
information on determining the session of a course. If MAILING this form, please provide alternate sections. 



DO 

NOT 

WRITE 

IN THIS 


COURSE REQUESTS: 


SPACE 


PREFIX 


NUMBER 


Sutfix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit 

[ tvel 


Waillisl 
Position 




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02 







ALTERNATE 

SECTIONS OR 

INDEX NUMBERS: 







































RESTRICTED COURSE 
AUTHORIZATION 


STAMP SIGNATURE 


























RS 



MARS: (301 ) 403-0500 HELPLINE: (301 ) 31 4-1 600 

REGISTRATION WITH MARS IS CONVENIENT AND EASY. 
THE MARS COURSE WORKSHEET ON PAGE 71 WILL 
GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS. 



egistration Verification and Signature: 



ALL STUDENTS COMPLETE THIS SECTION: In the space below list the course(s) you have requested. The lower part of this form 
must be validated by the Registrations Office and returned to you. It is your proof of Registration. 















NOT <^v/»»"- 

write SECURITY # 


- — 


AND POSITION: 


IN THIS 




> 


SPACE 
si 


PREFIX 


NUMBEF 


Suffix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit 
Level 


Waitlist 
Position 










02 






/ 


/ 


1 










02 








/ 


/ 












02 








/ 


/ 












02 








/ 


/ 












02 








/ 


1 


1 










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ZL 




1 



Waitlist Check-In Period 
Begins: Ends: 



Students who register and later decide not to attend classes must CANCEL their registration PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF 
CLASSES. Failure to do so will result in financial obligation even though the student does not attend classes. 



NAMF 


Registration Verification and Signature: 


AnnRFRR 


CITY. STATE. ZIP 





69 



REGISTERING THROUGH MARS <""yland Automated Registration System-Phone-In) 



Use MARS for all schedule adjustments such 
as additional adds, drops, grading method 
changes and credit level changes. 

MARS HELPLINE: 314-1600 
When to Call Mars 

Summer Session I: Call MARS March 31 -May 30 
Summer I Classes begin: June 2 

Summer Session II: Call MARS March 31 -July 1 1 
Summer II Classes begin: July 31 

Hours of Operation 

Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 7:00 pm 
Sunday: 5:00 pm - 1 1 :00 pm 
For information on who is eligible to use 
MARS, see page 1 of this catalogue. 

HOW TO USE MARS 

1 . Select courses from this catalog. Note 
section number and INDEX NUMBER. The 
section number indicates during which 
summer session the course meets. 
Sections beginning with 01 meet during 
Summer Session I; those beginning with 02 



during Summer Session II. The five digit 
INDEX NUMBER is located to the right of 
the section number in parenthesis. The 
INDEX NUMBER is used to identify your 
courses selection to MARS. 
Read course listings carefully. Some 
courses are "BY PERMISSION ONLY." 
These courses require departmental 
approval. Contact the department offering 
the course prior to registration. 

2. Fill out the MARS Course Worksheet 
below with ACTION CODE and INDEX 
NUMBER information. ACTION CODES 
tell the computer what you want to do — 
for example, add, drop or list courses. 
ACTION CODES are listed under the 
course worksheet form. 

3. Pay tuition and fees. Registration is not 
final until tuition and fees have been paid. 
See important payment information on 
pages 14-16 of this catalogue. Failure to 
pay bills by specified dates on page 15 
may result in cancellation of registration. 



WORDS FROM MARS 

Accidental termination of call. If you are 

accidentally cut off from MARS before you 
complete your request, recall the system. You 
will be registered for transactions processed 
prior to termination. 

Cancellation of Registration. See page 12 
for cancellation deadlines and information. 
PIN - Personal Identification Number. PINs 
have been assigned to all eligible undergradu- 
ate students. If you misplace, forget or feel the 
confidentiality of your PIN has been jeopar- 
dized, you can request a new number at the 
Registration Information Counter, first floor 
Mitchell Building You will need to provide 
photo identification. Question? Call 314-8240. 

There may be periods of silence during your 
call to MARS. This is normal and occurs when 
information is being verified or processed. DO 
NOT HANG UP. Wait for the next set of 
instructions. 

WAITLISTING WITH MARS 
See page 7 of this catalogue. 



TO REGISTER FOR COURSES, FOLLOW STEPS 1 -8 

1 . Before processing your registration fill in the boxes below, one course per line. Each course selection is identified in the Course Listing by a unique 
5-digit INDEX NUMBER (to the right of the section number). Be prepared with alternate selections. Note that MARS will not allow you to register 
for any time conflicts. 



2. Call MARS 301-403-0500 (from campus call 9-403-0500) 

3. Select Registration Activities from the MARS main menu (Option 1). 

4. Select Registration/Schedule Adjustment from the Registration Activities menu (Option 1). 

5. Enter your student ID number (usually your social security number) - - 

6. Enter your PIN (Personal Identification Number) 

7. Add courses to your schedule by pressing 2, the INDEX NUMBER of the course, and # enter another # to send the information to the computer. 

ACTION INDEX NUMBER COURSE SECTION DAYS TIMES 




ArtS 

sdiegistrc'iOiisvrdH i 



# 

#: 
# 



8. Press # after entering your transactions. This # signals the computer to process your requests. 



ACTION CODES FOR REGISTRATION/SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT 

Action Codes are accessed by pressing the corresponding button on the telephone keypad. 



ADD A COURSE: 

2 INDEX NUMBER ## 
DROP A COURSE: 

3 INDEX NUMBER ## 

OR 3## , MARS will list your courses and prompt you to press 
1 to drop or to continue 
CHANGE GRADING METHOD: 

(Limited to variable grading method courses) 

4 INDEX NUMBER * GRADING METHOD ## 



1=Regular 2=Pass/Fail 3=Audit 4=Satisfactory/Fail 

OR 4## to list courses with grading method 

CHANGE CREDIT LEVEL: 

(Limited to variable credit level courses) 

8 INDEX NUMBER * NUMBER OF CREDITS ## 

(Example: 2 credits=02) 

OR 8## to list courses with credit levels 

LIST YOUR SCHEDULE: 

5## 

WAITLIST FEATURE: 

7## 



71 



HOW TO RESERVE RESIDENT LIFE ON-CAMPUS SUMMER HOUSING 



CAREFULLY REVIEW the terms and conditions under which housing is offered. These are in the Summer 
Residence Halls Agreement below and on the reverse 

COMPLETE the Agreement form on the reverse and sign your name, print your birthdate and the current date 
where requested. Do not complete the Agreement form if you will be working this summer for the University's 
Resident Life or Residential Facilities departments; separate procedures apply for these employees. 

DETACH the Agreement form at the dashed line. 

KEEP the text below for your records and information. 

SUBMIT the Agreement, with payment in full, to the Office of the Bursar. Agreements received by April 18 will 
receive priority consideration for single rooms, roommate preferences, other assignment preferences, and "interim 
occupancy." Agreements received after April 18 will be assigned in their date-received order. 

NOTICE of your assignment will be mailed to your local address 7-10 days before the start of your Summer 
Session classes. 



USE OF/CHANGE OF ASSIGNED SPACE. ( 1 ) The resident agrees that a change of 
assignment may be made only with the written approval of Resident Life in accordance with 
established room change procedures. Requests which are based upon consideration of race, 
color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, personal appearance, physical or mental disability, 
or national origin cannot be honored. (2) The resident agrees: (a) to live only in the space 
to which he/she has been officially assigned; (b) not to sublet or otherwise use or grant use 
of the assigned space, residence hall common areas, or grounds for any unauthorized pur- 
pose; and (c) not to sell, solicit, or conduct a business enterprise therein without the written 
permission of Resident Life's Assignment Office. (3) If a vacancy occurs in the assigned 
room, the remaining resident(s) agrees to follow established procedures for the reassignment 
of another student to that space. (4) When vacating an assigned space, the resident must 
complete established check-out procedures. (5) Resident Life reserves the right to move a 
resident from one space to another in order to: (a) meet its responsibilities to student health, 
safety, and well-being; (b) maintain, operate, or renovate facilities; (c) reassign rooms to stu- 
dents of the opposite sex; or (d) consolidate groups of residents for reasons of security or 
closing a portion of a residence hall. 

GUESTS. A guest may stay in the assigned space only with the concurrence of the room- 
mate(s) and for no more than three consecutive nights. Resident Life may invoke limitations 
of the guest privileges. Guest(s) must abide by established University/Resident Life regula- 
tions. 

SAFETY AND SECURITY. The resident agrees to take primary responsibility for 
his/her own safety and security and for the safety and security of his/her residence hall com- 
munity. The University and Resident Life will work cooperatively with residents to promote 
a safe and secure environment. The resident agrees to read and abide by security policies 
and precautions stated in University publications. 

IV. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES 

ROOM ENTRY, INSPECTION, AND PROPERTY REMOVAL. (1) The University 
reserves the right to enter rooms for purposes of (a) improvements; (b) inspection and main- 
tenance; (c) recovery of University/State-owned property which is not authorized for use in 
the assigned space; (d) fire and safety inspection; and (e) actions necessary to insure the 
safety, health and general welfare of the resident or others and/or the protection of 
University or student property. (2) A resident'sjequest for maintenance and repair consti- 
tutes his/her consent for room entry. While entry without notice may be necessary, attempts 
will be made to provide prior notification whenever feasible. (3) The University respects the 
resident's right to privacy within his/her room. When entry or inspection is required, reason- 
able consideration will be given. (4) The University reserves the right to remove and dis- 
pose of any personal property remaining in a room following (a) termination or expiration of 
this Agreement: (b) the resident's separation by/from the University, and/or (c) the date the 
resident officially checks out of the room. A charge for costs incurred may be assessed to 
the resident. 

LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES. ( 1 ) The student will be assessed charges for damage, 
loss or special service (e.g., cleaning) due to misuse or abuse of his/her assigned space and 
the State property contained therein. When the assigned residence hall space is shared, and 
where the responsible student(s) fails to assume responsibility, an equal portion of the 
charges will be assessed to each occupant. (2) Individual(s) identified as being responsible 
for damage, theft, loss, or special service (whether intentional or negligent) in common areas 
of the residential facilities will be assessed the cost of repair, replacement or restoration. (3) 
When individual responsibility cannot be determined, and where deemed necessary by 
Resident Life, residents may be held collectively responsible for damage, theft, loss, or spe- 
cial service to the common areas or to University property within the residential facility. 

RELEASE FROM AGREEMENT PRIOR TO CLAIMING SERVICES. The 

University will release an individual from this Agreement prior to the date services may be 



claimed, without the individual incurring any financial obligation, when written notice 
signed by the individual is received by Resident Life Assignments Office on or before May 
12, 1997 for Session I or June 23, 1997 for Session II. If notice is received after these 
dates, and before services are claimed at check-in (i.e.. keys issued), the individual, regard- 
less of his/her University status at the date of release from this Agreement, will be charged 
as follows: 



CANCELLATION FEES 


NOTICE FOR SESSION I* 


NOTICE FOR SESSION H 


BY AMOUNT 
May 12 $0.00 
May 13-18 $48.17 
May 19-25 $96.34 
May26-Junel $144.51 
No-show/No notice $192.68 
to Resident Life 


BY AMOUNT 

June 23 $0.00 
June 24-29 $48.17 
June 30-July 6 $96.34 
July 7-13 $144.51 
No-show/No notice $192.68 
to Resident Life 


*8-week classes that begin on June 2 are subject to the same cancellation dates and fees as 
Session I. Cancellations from MEI registrants must be received by May 26 to avoid the 
charge structure shown above. 



Requests for release from this Agreement must be made in writing and directed specifically 
to Resident Life Assignments Office, 2100 Annapolis Hall. NOTICE TO ANY OTHER 
UNIVERSITY OFFICE WILL NOT ENSURE RELEASE. 

FAILURE TO CLAIM SERVICES. When an individual (1) fails to properly claim the 
assigned space and has not secured release from this Agreement prior to the deadline for 
claiming services, or (2) fails to notify the Resident Life Assignments Office of delayed 
arrival by 12 noon on the first University-scheduled class day of the Summer Session (or 
within 72 hours of the receipt of assignment if assignment is made after the first class day). 
Resident Life will terminate this Agreement, and the individual, regardless of his/her 
University status, will be charged an amount equal to two weeks' housing fee. 

RELEASE AFTER CLAIMING SERVICES. Resident Life will release an individual 
from this Agreement after services are claimed without the individual incurring any financial 
obligation beyond charges associated with occupancy when Resident Life has received a 
written request for release. 

TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT. Resident Life may terminate this Agreement at 
any time and require the individual to forfeit the assigned space when (1) it is determined 
that informauon furnished by the individual or parent/guardian for the purpose of obtaining 
residence hall services is substantially incomplete, misleading, or false in whole or in part; 
(2) it is determined that an individual, for whatever reason, is not eligible to reside in the 
building; (3) it is determined that the student has violated housing rules, and may also be 
denied continued access to any University residential facility; or (4) University facilities are 
found to be inadequate in number or physical condition 

CREDITS AND REFUNDS. Release from this Agreement must be secured from 
Resident Life Assignments Office before any approved credit of housing or telecommunica- 
tion fees may be initiated. Appropriate housing and telecommunication charges are assessed 
for services from the week during which services must be claimed through the week during 
which check-out is completed. Failure to check out by the approved date will decrease the 
amount of credit. No credit is approved if check-out occurs during the last three weeks of 
each session or if the occupancy period is three weeks or less. Refund, if due, must be 
requested in writing from the Office of the Bursar. 

January 1997 



SUMMER 1997 RESIDENCE HALLS AGREEMENT 



LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI 



FEMALE □ 
MALE □ 



STUDENT ID No. 



HOME ADDRESS 



HOME PHONE 



Are you a Graduate student? LI yes LI i 

Do you want consideration for a single room? LI yes LI i 

Do you smoke? LI yes LI 

Do you object to a roommate who smokes? LI yes LI 

Roommate Preference 



STUDENT ID# 



DO YOU LIVE IN UMCP RESIDENCE 
HALLS NOW? 

□ no □ yes 



ROOM AND HALL 

Additional $96 34 enclosed solely by current on-campus resident 
in order to request campus housing from end of finals in May to 
start of Summer Session I, subject to Resident Life approval and 
according to "interim occupancy" procedures: — I yes LI no 



DATES OF OCCUPANCY/PAYMENT 



J Session I only: June 1 - July 1 1 

$604.32 ($578.04 housing + $26.28 telecom) 

_) Session II only: July 13 - August 22 

$604.32 ($578.04 housing + $26.28 telecom) 

_l Sessions I & II: June 1 - August 22 

$1,208.64 ($1,156.08 housing + $52.56 telecom; 

LI 8-week course: June 1-July 25 

$805.76 ($770.72 housing + $35.04 telecom) 

L) Maryland English Institute: June 15 - August 8 
$805.76 ($770.72 housing + $35.04 telecom) 



I understand that I am obligated to accept summer 
residence halls housing and resident telecommu- 
nication services upon Resident Life's receipt of 
this Agreement. I have read, understand and will 
abide by all Terms and Conditions of On-Campus 
Summer Housing. 



STUDENT SIGNATURE 



BIRTH DATE 



PARENT SIGNATURE (if student is under 18 years of age I 



FOR OFFICE USE 



TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ON-CAMPUS SUMMER HOUSING 

When the Agreement is signed by the student and confirmed by the University, this 
Agreement provides the student with the opportunity to live in a University summer resi- 
dence hall, subject to all terms stated below. The student is also subject to responsibilities 
and processes set forth in the Code of Student Conduct, Undergraduate and/or Graduate 
Catalog, Summer Sessions Catalogue, and other relevant University documents. 

I. PARAMETERS OF THE AGREEMENT 

ELIGIBILITY. Individuals must be single students without dependents at the University 
of Maryland, College Park. No provisions are made for spouses or family members. 

OCCUPANCY PERIODS. Housing may be requested for Session I only. Session II only, 
both Sessions I and II, and 8-week classes. Summer occupancy is available from June 1, 
1997 to 7pm August 22, 1997 for Session I and II registrants; from June 1, 1997 to 7pm July 

I I. 1997 for Session I only registrants; from July 13, 1997 to 7pm August 22, 1997 for 
Session II only registrants; from June 1, 1997 to 7pm July 25, 1997 for 8-week registrants; 
and from June 15. 1997 to 7pm August 8. 1997 for Maryland English Institute (MEI) regis- 
trants. Other occupancy periods may be acceptable as determined by Resident Life. 

LIABILITY. The University cannot and does not assume responsibility for personal acci- 
dent, injury, or illness sustained by residents, guests or visitors, nor for the damage, theft, or 
loss of personal property. The student releases the University, its officers, agents and 
employees from any liability on account of any accident, injury, illness, property damage, 
theft, or loss. The University recommends that students obtain private insurance against 
such harm or loss. 

II. UNIVERSITY SERVICES 

The University will provide the following services on a continual basis, although interrup- 
tions may be necessitated by an act of God. an order of a University/civil authority, limited 
or restricted control or availability of resources as determined by the University, mainte- 
nance activities, or other condition that is reasonably beyond administrative control. 
Services are provided in accordance with standards and levels of service determined by the 
University. It is the expectation of the University that services will be available and uninter- 
rupted and that any disruption of services vital to the health and safety of residents will be 
restored within a reasonable amount of time. 

The residential and telecommunication facilities are provided as services to students and are 
unique to the University environment. Therefore, the relationship between the student and 
the University is not a landlord/tenant relationship; rather this Agreement is a license to use 
certain facilities for a particular period of time. 

ASSIGNMENT OF BUILDING AND ROOM. Resident Life does not discriminate in 
room or hall assignments on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, per- 
sonal appearance, physical or mental disability, or national ongin. Except for cases that 
involve disciplinary action, summer housing does not affect an individual's request for hous- 
ing in any subsequent academic term. 

Available accommodations normally are in apartments (include kitchen and dining area) and. 
if necessary, suites (no kitchens, no cooking permitted) Individuals assigned to suites must 
maintain an approved meal program, as determined by the Department of Dining Services, 
for the full period of assignment to a suite. 

Available spaces, especially singles, in each building type are limited. To assure that these 
spaces are assigned as equitably as possible, all completed Agreements received with pay- 



ment in full to the Office of the Bursar by the published priority deadline will be submitted 
in a lottery drawing for building and room types. Agreements received after the priority 
deadline will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis for existing vacancies. 

UTILITIES AND HOUSEKEEPING. The University will provide heat/air condition- 
ing, water, electricity, and waste disposal services. The University will remove trash from 
designated areas and will clean common hallways and public areas on a scheduled basis. 

FURNISHINGS. The University will provide to each resident: bed, mattress, dresser. 
desk and chair set. telephone line and data line. The University will provide each student 
room with window shade or blinds, closet* s). window screen, and smoke detector. 

REPAIRS. The University will make all repairs and perform maintenance in the residence 
hall and the resident's room with authorized personnel. Repairs to the room or University 
furnishings will occur upon request or in accordance with routine schedules. Repairs and 
maintenance activities shall be conducted under a system of priority scheduling 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS. The University provides (at a standard. 6-week charge) 

telephone service for each resident. On-campus phone calls may be made by residents with 
no additional charge. Local and long distance service may be arranged by the student on a 
private basis, and additional charges for these services shall be paid for by the resident. 

in. RESPONSIBILITIES OF RESIDENTS 

CARE OF FACILITIES. ( 1 ) The resident accepts responsibility and agrees to be held 
accountable for his/her actions, for the acuons of his/her guest(s). and the proper use and 
care of the residential facilities, assigned space, common areas, and University property 
The resident also agrees to report promptly any interrupuons of service or needed repairs. 
(2) The resident agrees to take reasonable action to protect residential facilities and property 
from wanton, reckless or negligent damage; refrain from encouraging or participating in 
activities which cause damage; report damages; and assist the University in idenufying indi- 
viduals responsible for damage, theft or loss. (3) The resident, at the time of check-out from 
the residence hall, will return the assigned space and its University furnishings in the same 
condition as they were received, with the exception of reasonable wear and tear (4) The 
resident assumes responsibility for the appropriate use of safety and security hardware (e.g.. 
locks, smoke detector) within his/her assigned residence hall space and building, and will 
immediately report loss of assigned key(s) or malfunctioning hardware. 

CONDUCT. ( 1 ) The resident shall conduct himself/herself in a manner which promotes a 
courteous, safe, and secure residence hall and dining environment. The resident understands 
that his/her behavior should be conducive to the pursuit of academic goals, as well as indi- 
vidual and community development and welfare. (2) The resident shall ensure that his/her 
roommate(s) will have access to and equitable use of the assigned space. (3) Rules and reg- 
ulations are intended to promote the safety and well-being of residents. They include but are 
not limited to prohibitions against: cooking elements; flammable materials; weapons and 
fire-crackers; unauthorized modifications of assigned space: pets; duplication and transfer of 
University keys; disruptive/destructive behavior, behavior such as intimidation or harass- 
ment which threatens the property, safety, security, health, or well-being of others; improper 
use of fire/safety or building secunty equipment: and threats to or interference with 
University staff in the performance of their dunes. Violation of rules and regulations c»n 
constitute grounds for termination of this Agreement. (4) When it is determined by 
Resident Life that a student has violated State or Federal laws and/or University rules 
and regulations, and when such conduct indicates that the student 
constitutes a threat to the safety, health, or well-being of community ^B^ 

members or of himself/herself, disciplinary and/or administrative action. fyrF 
including termination of this Agreement, may be taken. Ill living & 

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Building Abbreviations and Map Key 



AGY 


Allegany Hall 


024 C-4 


ANS 


Animal Sciences 


142, G-5 


ANA 


Anne Arundel Hall 


060, G-3 


ARC 


Architecture Building 


145, F-2 


ARM 


Reckord Armory 


078, E-5 


ASY 


Art-Sociology Building 


146, F-3 


AVW 


A. V.Williams Building 


115,G-6 


BAL 


Baltimore Hall 


016, D-4 


BEL 


Bel-Air Hall 


099, 1-5 


BRD 


Byrd Stadium 


161, H-4 


CAL 


Calvert Hall 


015, D-4 


CAM 


Cambridge Hall 


096, H-5 


CAR 


Caroline Hall 


070, E-3 


CRL 


Carroll Hall 


065, E-3 


CEC 


Cecil Hall 


017,0-4 


CEN 


Centreville Hall 


098, 1-5 


CHL 


Charles Hall 


025, C-4 


CHE 


Chem Eng. Building 


090, G-5 


CHM 


Chemistry Building 


091, G-5 


CHS 


Chestertown Hall 


121,1-5 


CLB 


Classroom Building 


106, G-6 


COL 


Cole Student Activities Building 


162, G-3 


CSS 


Computer and Space Sciences 


224, H-5 


CBD 


Cumberland Hall 


122,1-5 


DNC 


Dance Building 


053, 0-3 


DEN 


Denton Hall 


252, J-3 


DOR 


Dorchester Hall 


064, G-3 


EAS 


Easton Hall 


253, J-3 


EDA 


Education Annex 


066, E-3 


EDU 


Benjamin (Education) Building 


143, G-3 


ELK 


Elkton Hall 


254, J-3 


ELL 


Ellicott Hall 


256, 1-4 


EGR 


Engineering Classroom Building 


088, F-6 


EGL 


Engineering Lab Bldg 


089, F-6 


ERB 


Engineering Research" Building 


093, G-6 


FRD 


Frederick Hall 


029, D-4 


GRT 


Garrett Hall 


031, D-3 


GEO 


Geology Building 


237, F-5 


HAG 


Hagerstown Hall 


258, 1-4 


HAR 


Harrison Lab 


002, E-6 


HRF 


Harford Hall 


014, D-4 


HBK 


Hombake Undergrad Library 


147, F-5 


HJP 


H.J. Patterson Building 


073, F-4 


HHP 


Health and Human Performance 


255, 1-5 



H7F 


Holzapfel Hall 


074, F-4 


HOW 


Howard Hall 


028, D-3 


IPT 


Inst, of Physical Sci. & Tech. 


224, H-5 


ITV 


Instructional Television Facility 


045, F-6 


JMP 


J.M. Patterson Hall 


083, G-5 


JMZ 


Jimenez Hall 


034, F-4 


JRN 


Journalism Building 


059, F-3 


JUL 


Jull Hall 


227, H-5 


KNT 


Kent Hall 


022, D-4 


KEY 


Francis Scott Key Hall 


048, E-4 


LPA 


La Plata Hall 


259, 1-4 


LEF 


LeFrak Hall 


038, E-3 


MTH 


Mathematics Building 


084, F-5 


MCK 


McKeldin Library 


035, F-3 


MCB 


Microbiology Building 


231, M 


MNT 


Montgomery Hall 


032, C-4 


MMH 


Marie Mount Hall 


046, E-4 


MOR 


Morrill Hall 


040, E-3 


PHY 


Physics Building 


082, F-5 


PKT 


Preinkert Field House 


054, F-3 


PGG 


Prince George's Hall 


021, D-4 


QAN 


Queen Anne's Hall 


061, F-3 


RIT 


Ritchie Coliseum 


004, D-5 


SCP 


South Campus Surge 


233, D-3 


SHM 


Shoemaker Building 


037, E-4 


SHR 


Shriver Lab 


075, F-4 


SKN 


Skinner Building 


044, E-4 


SOM 


Somerset Hall 


063, F-3 


STM 


St. Mary's Hall 


062, G-3 


SSU 


Stamp Student Union 


163.G-4 


SYM 


Symon's Hall 


076, F-5 


TAL 


Talbot Hall 


030, D-4 


TBA 


To Be Arranged 




TLF 


Talioferro Hall 


043, E-4 


TYD 


Tydings Hall 


042, E-3 


TWS 


Tawes Fine Arts Building 


141, G-3 


VMH 


Van Munching Hall 


039, E-2 


WSH 


Washington Hall 


023, D-4 


WIC 


Wicomico Hall 


069, E-3 


WDS 


Woods Hall 


047, E-4 


WTU 


Wind Tunnel 


081, G-6 


WOR 


Worcester Hall 


051, F-3 


ZOP 


Zoology/Psychology Building 


144, G-4 



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UMCP SUMMER SESSIONS 19 9 7 



0-711 



1997 Summer Sessions Calendar 



April 18: 



Registration begins for Sessions I and II 

Priority deadline for summer housing 
requests 

Deadline for release from Residence Hall 
Agreement for Session I 

Memorial Day. University closed. 

Deadline for Registration for Session I 

Residence halls open for Session I 
residents 

Session I begins 

Late Registration for Session I 
(S20.00 fee) begins 

Deadline for release from Residence Hall 
Agreement for Session II 

Independence Day. University closed. 

Deadline for registration for Session II 

Session I ends 

Session I residents not enrolled in 
residence halls for Session II must 
vacate by 7:00 pm 

Residence halls open for Session II 
residents 

Session II begins 

Late registration for Session II 
(S20.00 fee) begins 

Session II ends 

Residence halls close 



Important Phone Numbers 

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Graduate Admissions Office 
Undergraduate Admissions Office 
Resident Life (Housing) Office 
Registration Office 
Diploma Office 
Bursar's Office 



405-6551 
or 1-800-711 UMCP 

405-4198 

: 314-8385 



314-8270 



Summer Session I 

March 31 - May 23 

March 31 -May 30 



_mmer Session II 

March 31 -July 3 
31 -July 11 



Mail-in Registration, Fax-in Regi: 
Walk-In Registration 
Phone-in (MARS) Registration 
Holiday; University Closed 
Classes Begin, Late Registration 
($20 late fee) begins 



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