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"Summer Sessions 1998 

Session I: June 1-July 10 • Session II: July 13-August 21 
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About The University of Maryland 
About College Park Summer Sessions 
Career-Oriented Courses 
Workshops and Institutes 
Cultural Events 




From computer lobs to 
libraries to poriung spoces, 
everything on campus is less 
aowded and more occessH>le 
in the summer. 



Registration Eligibility '. 

Registration Procedures 6- 

Waitlist Information I 

liiiliiiM .III li 

Payment Procedures 10-1 

Summer Financial Aid 1 

Refund of Tuition I. 

1 I'l.H.dim- ' I ' 

Academic Credit 1 

On-Campus Housing * 1( 

Campus Life 17-1' 

Career Center 11 

Counseling Center 1' 

CORE Required Courses 2l 

Colleges and Schools of UMCP 2 

Evening Courses 2 

MAK^ Kcgtsiralion Wtirkshtcl (^ 

Summer Courst- Kcgislralion I omi. Session I f^ 

Summer Course Kegisi ration Form, Session II h 

Visiting L'ndcrgraduate 

SumnuT Student Application o 

Visiting Ciriulunic Sumnur 

Student Application h 

lislimated Billing I orm InsirucliO"^^ — ^ "" 

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Residence Hall Agreement 

Campus Map Key 

Campus Map 76-7 

Index 7 



Use College Park 
Summer Sessions to: 



A«elerate your credits 
toward graduation 

improve your grade in a 
basic course 

Meet eligibiiity requirements 
for your major 

Fulfill prerequisites for math, 
English, or a language 

Lighten your course load for 
Fall and Spring semesters 

Try a course outside your 
usual field of study 

Participate in one of College 
Park's unique summer work- 
shops and institutes 

Enhance the value of your 
degree with career-oriented 
courses 




Academic Calendar 



inside back cover 



Important Phone Numbers inside back cover 



Summe 






About 

The University of Maryland 

The University of Maryland, College Park is an ideal 
place to learn about the world in which we live and the 
world we are in the process of creating. A premier pub- 
lic research university, College Park is nationally and 
internationally 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 comfortable 
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 sum- 
tner student, you can take 
full advantage of the scholar- 
ly 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 uni- 
versity 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 culture are at hand. 




Ahhough classes are intense, 
the atmosphere on campus in 
the summer is less hectic, more 
relaxed. 



About College Park 
Summer Sessions 

One of the largest summer programs in the country. 
Summer Sessions at the University of Maryland, 
College Park feature more than 1,100 undergraduate 
and graduate courses. Many classes fill general gradua- 
tion requirements, including a wide selection of CORE 
courses and Fundamental Studies requirements for 
University of Maryland students. 

Most Summer Session courses are taught on an 
intensified six-week schedule, meeting for the same 
number of hours and having the same syllabus require- 
ments as courses during the 
regular semester. Classes are 
taught by College Park faculty, 
with the same standards of 
excellent instruction and 
expectation of student perfor- 
mance as all university courses. 






Swim in outdoor ond indoor 
pools, use fitness centers and 
weight rooms, and play 
intramural sports at the new 
Campus Recreotion Center 
and other cmnpus reaeation- 
al fodlifies. 



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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 today's 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 


Fundomentals of Writing and Editing 


Get a Handle on 


Information Technolog}" 


CMSC102 


Introduction to Information Technology 


CMSC107 


Introduction to the UNIX Operating System 


BMGT 302 


Business Computer 




Application Programming 


BMGT 201 


Introduction to Business Computing 


LBSC 650 


Information Access 


Manage 


Your Finances 


FMST341 


Personal and Family Finance 


Prepare 


for a Global Marketplace 


JAPNIOI 


Elementory Japanese 


SPAN 101 


Elementary Spanish 


CHIN 101 


Intensive Elementory Chinese 


SPCH 482 


Interculturol Communication 


GEOG 423 


Political Geogrophy 


Get an ] 


Edge in Business 


BMGT no 


Introduction to Business and Management 


BMGT 220 


Principles of Accounting 


BMGT 231 


Statistical Models for Business 


BMGT 350 


Marketing Principles and Organization 


BMGT 360 


Human Resource Management 


BMGT 340 


Business Finance 


BMGT 380 


Business Low 


Make Your Point 


SPCH 107 


Speech Communicotion: Principles ond Practice 


SPCH 425 


Negotiation and Conflict Management 



2 CAREER-ORIEHTED COURSES 



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Workshops & 
Institutes Keep it 
Fresh and Exciting. 



College Park Summer Sessions offer courses 
and workshops found nowhere else. For 
many students, these unique programs offer 
a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Listed here 
is a sample of offerings. 




for additional information 
on Worfcifiops and 
Institutes, see pagell. 



Summer Field School in Archaeology 

June I -July 10 • 8:00 a.m.-i:00 p.m. 
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 histonc Annapolis. 

ANTH 496/696 6 credits 

For more information, contact 

Professor Jessica Neuwirth at (301) 405-1429. 

The Cope May Historical Preservation Workshop 

May 30-June 13 

Experience first-hand the problem-sohing strategies and state- 
of-the-art techniques used in the preservation of some of the 
nation's most important architectural landmarks in the resort 
of Cape May, New Jersey Students should register by May 1 . 

ARCH488C 3 credits 

For more information, contact Professor 
Michael Arnold at (301) 405-6324. 

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

June 1-June 19 • Monday -Friday, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 
Offered through the Counseling Center, this special course can 
help you gam confidence in math through instruction and 
practice in the basics of algebra. 

SUMM 003 Non-credit/Special fee: $300 

For more information, contact Elizabeth Sheam 
at (301) 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 disciplinar)' backgrounds to 
teach state-of-the-art practices in the statistical and 
methodological aspects of surveys. 

For courses, days and times, see Sur\'ey Methodology 
under the Course Listing section of this Catalogue. 
For more information, contact Pam Ainsworth at (301) 405-9201. 

Beginning Puppetry Workshop 

July 14-Augitst 20 • Tuesdays. & Thwsdays, 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 
Discover the histor)' of puppet theatre as you also learn 
different puppet styles and look at the business side of 
puppet theatre. 

(THET499P) 3 credits 

For more information, contact 

Dr Roger Meersman at (301) 405-6675. 



WORKSHOPS AND INSTITUTES 



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Cultural 



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 at the Rossborough Festival Summer Box Office in 
Tawes Theater, and receive one free ticket (subject to a $2 
iiandlmg charge) to each of the events listed here. 

The Rossborough Festival is spon- 
sored by the Maryland Summer Institute 
for the Creative and Performing Arts, the 
performing arts division of the Office of 
Continuing Education, Summer and 
Special Programs at the University of 
Maryland. 

The National 
Orchestral 
Institute, 
June 5-27 

One of the nation's lead- 
ing summer programs for 
emerging orchestral musi- 
cians, the National Orch- 
estral Institute offers an 
intensive training program in orchestral studies under the 
guidance of three leading guest conductors, and a faculty 
that consists of first-chair musicians from the nation's fore- 
most S)Tnphony orchestras. Acceptance to the institute is by 
audition only. Rehearsals and masterclasses culminate in 
three Saturday evening concerts open to the public. 



TICKET INFORMATION 

All events are in Tawes Theater. Tickets are subject to availability The 
Tawes Theater summer box office opens Tuesday, May 26, 1998. 
Hours of operation, 12 noon until 5 p.m.. Monday-Friday and one 
hour before all evening performances. To obtain tickets with your 
Summer Registration Activity Card, you must present your card at 
the Tawes Theater Summer Box Office. There is a $2 handling charge 
for each ticket. 

For more information about these and other Rossborough 
Festival events, call (301) 403-8370 prior to May 26 1998, or 
(301) 405-6538 on May 26, 1998 or later. 




International William Kapell 
Piano Competition and 
Festival, July 16-25 

Summer 1998 heralds the return of the International 
William Kapell Piano Competition and Festival. Honoring 
one of the most revered American-bom pianists of the 20th 
Century, William Kapell, this international competition is a 
member of the prestigious World Federation of 
International Music Competitions, Geneva, Switzerland. 

Forty competitors are chosen by audition tape from a 
pool of some 200 applicants by a jury of professional musi- 
cians. A distinguished international jur)' selects the winners 
of over $50,000 in cash awards. The first prize winner 
receives $20,000, plus engagements-including a sponsored 
recital in Alice TuUy Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City 

Rossborough Festival 
Events Calendar 

Summer Session I 

National Orchestral Institute (NO!) 

Saturday, June 13 at 8:15 p.m. 

NOI Philhormonic conducted by Gerhardi Zimmermann — Wagner, 

Stravinsky and Beethoven 

Saturday, June 20 ot 8:1 5 p.m. 

NOI Philharmonic conducted by Marin Akop — Brahms and Richard Strauss 

Saturday, June 27 at 8:15 

NOI Philhormonic conducted by Jahjo Ling — Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky 

Summer Session II 

July 16-25 

International William Kapell Piano Competition and Festival 

Festival Evening Recital Series 



Sunday, July 19 at 8:30 p.m. 
Monday, July 20 at 8:30 p.m. 
Tuesday July 21 at 8:30 p.m. 
Wednesday, July 22 at 8:30 p.m. 
Thursdoy, July 23 at 8:30 p.m. 
Friday, July 24 at 8:30 p.m. 

All events are subject to change. 



Ruth Laredo 
Andrea Lucchesini 
Viodimir Viordo 
Brigitte Engerer 
Bruno Leonardo Gelber 
More-Andre Homelin 



CULTURAL 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 67 of this Catalogue. You can submit the 
application either prior to OR at the time you register for courses. 

See page 13 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 1998 undergraduate 
admission to Maryland, and you wish to take Summer 
1998 undergraduate courses at the University of 
Maryland, College Park, 

Then you are considered a Concurrent Visiting Undergraduate 
Summer Student. Please follow the application instruc- 
tions for "Current High School Students" on page 13 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 a 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 69 of 
this Catalogue prior to OR at the time of registering for courses. (As 
an Advanced Special Student, you are eligible to register for cours- 
es year-round without re-applying for up to five years.) 

See page 14 for information on how to proceed. 

Current College Park Students 

If you are a current student at the University of Maryland, College 
Park, and were enrolled for the Spring 1998 semester, you may 
register for Summer Session classes without completing a sum- 
mer application. 

To register, follow Internet (www.testudo.umd.edu). Phone- 
in (MARS), Mail-In or Walk-In procedures, under Registration 
Procedures. 

If you were a student during the Spring 1998 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 for Fall 1998.) 



To register, follow Internet (www.testudo.umd.edu), Phone- 
in (MARS), Mail-In or Walk-In procedures, under Registration 
Procedures. 

Former College Park Students 

If you are a former student of the University of Maryland, College 
Park, you must apply for readmission/reinstatement and be 
accepted 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 1998) 
College Park Students 

If you have been admitted for Fall 1998, you must include a copy 
of your letter of admission when registering for Summer Sessions 
classes. No summer application is necessary 

University College Students 

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 aboA'e, and you want to 
take courses as part 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. Until 
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 

(301) 314-8385 or 1-800-422-5867 

Applications for all graduate degree programs are available from: 
Graduate Infonnation Center 
Lee Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 
(301) 314-9304 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 completed registration. You 
can obtain certification from the Office of Veterans Affairs, 1101 
Mitchell Building, University of Maryland, College Park, MD. 
20742. You may contact them by phone at (301) 314-8239. 
Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



Undergraduate Students 

Computation of enrollment status is based on the number of cred- 
its for which the student is registered and the length of the term. 
Six weeks is the standard term of a summer session. 

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 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 summer courses during any term 
on a space-available basis and receive a Golden Identification 
Card. (You must meet all prerequisites and co-requisites of the 
courses chosen.) Tuition charges are 
waived, but you do pay a general fee. 
Golden ID students at College Park are 
not eligible for Consortium courses. 

To register, first send Admissions the 
completed Visiting Undergraduate 
Application Form (p. 67), checking 
"Golden I.D." in the designated box. You vnll then receive a letter 
and registration instructions. You may register only on the first 
day of classes. 

Golden ID students may register for a maximum 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 services. 
For more information on services and eligibility see the Golden ID 
Coordinator in 1101 Mitchell Building, University of Maryland, 
College Park, MD 20742 or call the office at (301) 314-8219. 

International Students 

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

Registration Procedures 

There are five ways to register: 

O By the Internet 

(http://M^v\^w. testudo.umd.edu or 
http ://wv^^w. inform . umd . edu/summer) 

By phone (using the mars system) 

By mail 
G By Fax 
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 1 1 for 



Questions? 
Call Summer Sessions 
at (301) 403-6551 
or 1-800-71 1-UMCP 



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 On the Internet 

(http://www.testudo.umd.edu 
or http://www.inform.umd.edu/ 
summer) 

Registration and schedule adjustments are available on the Internet 
(http://www.testudo.umd.edu or http://www.inform.umd.edu/ 
summer) for the summer sessions to the following students: 

• All currently enrolled University of Maryland students 

• Newly-admitted students 

• Visiting summer students 

If you wish to be a visiting summer student, complete either 
a Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student Application or a 
Visiting Graduate Summer Student Application. 

Mail all materials to: Office of the Bursar 
Lee Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 

Within 24 hours of the Registration Offices receipt of your com- 
pleted application from the Bursar, you will be able to access the 
Internet to register. Registration on the Internet will require your 
student ID (Social Security Number) and a six-digit PIN (month, 
day and year of birth). 

O Phone-In (MARS) Registration 

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

• All currently enrolled University of Maryland, College Park 
students 

• Newly admitted students 
and 



SUMMARY OF SUMMER 




SESSIONS 1998 


DEADLINES 


TYPE OF CHANGE 


WST DAY TO PROCESS CHANGE 




SESSION 1 


SESSION II 


Add c Course 


June 5 


July 17 


Apply for August 1998 Graduation 


July 17 


July 17 


Cancel Registration with 100% Refund 


May 29 


July 10 


Change Credit Level 


June 5 


July 17 


Drop course ■ Undergraduate Students 






without "W" mark 


June 5 


July 17 


with "W" mark 


June 26 


August 7 


Drop a course ■ Graduate Students 






(No "W" status) 


June 26 


August 7 


Drop course with 1 00% refund 


Moy29 


July 10 


Drop course with 70% refund 


June 5 


July 17 


Change Grading Method 


June 5 


July 17 


Process a Late Registration 


June 5 


July 17 


Change Sections 






(Departmental approval required) 


July 10 


August 21 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



• Visiting Summer Students 

Visiting summer students must submit a Visiting Undergraduate 
Summer Student Application or a Visiting Graduate Summer Student 
Application. 

Mail all materials to: Office of the Bursar 
Lee Building 
Universit)' of Mary'land 
College Park, MD 20742 

Within 24 hours of the Registration Office's receipt of your com- 
pleted application from the Bursar, you will be able to access 
MARS for registration by using your student ID (Social Security 
Number) and initial six-digit PIN number (month, day and year 
of birth). Use the MARS Worksheet on page 62 to guide you. 

Some students are not eligible to use MARS, mcluding stu- 
dents in the lED or lA program, and students owing an outstand- 
mg debt to the University. If you have questions about your eligi- 
bility to use M.ARS, call the Registrations Office at (301) 314-8240. 

Mail-In Registr.\tion 

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

Deadlines: 

Session I: Must be postmarked from March 30 to May 22. 
Session II: Must be postmarked from March 30 to July 3. 

Procedure: 

(1) Complete appropriate application form if necessary (see pages 
13-14"). Complete the Summer Registration Form and Estiinated 
Billing forms in the back of this Catalogue (one for each summer 
session). Incomplete reffstration material receixed by mail will he 
returned to the sender. 

(2) Mail the Summer Registration Form. Estimated Billing 
Form, and Visiting Summer Student Undergraduate or 
Graduate Application {\i necessan;), along with your pa\Tnent 
(either a check made payable to the University of Mar)-land with 
your social security number written on the check, or with credit 
card information as specified on the Estimated Billing Form). 

Mail all materials 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. 

O Fax-In Registration 

All currently emoUed students, newly admitted students and 
Visiting Summer Students may register by fax, except students 
owing an outstanding debt to the universit): 



Deadlines: 

Session 1: Must be faxed from March 30 to May 22. 
Session II: Must be faxed from March 30 to July 3. 

Procedure: 

(1) Complete appropriate application form if necessary (see pages 
13-14 to determine) Complete the Summer Registration and 
Estimated BUUng Forms in the back of this Catalogue (one for 
each summer session). Incomplete registration material received 
by fax will not be processed. 

(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 die Estimated Billing Form). 

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

(3) Confirmation of your appUcation 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. 

O In-Person Registration 

All currendy enrolled students, newly admitted students and 
Visiting Summer Students may register in person at the 
Registration Office at 1101 Mitchell Building, Monday through 
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The phone number of the 
Registration Office is (301) 314-8240. 

Deadlines: 

Session I: March 30 to May 29 
Session II: March 30 to July 10 

Procedure: 

(1) Complete die Summer Registration and Estimated Billing 

Form at the back of this Catalogue (one for each session). Go to 
Room 1101 Mitchell Building to register If admission or read- 
mission action is necessary, first complete the appropriate appli- 
cation form and go to Undergraduate Admissions, Ground Floor, 
Mitchell Building or to Graduate Admissions, Second Floor, Lee 
Building. 

(2) Pay tuition and fees at die Bursar's Office cashier, as outlined 
in Payment of Tuition and Fees, pages 10-12. 

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 1 . Special permission of the dean must be 
obtained in order to register after June 5. 

SUMMER SESSION II: A late fee of $20.00 is assessed for regis- 
tration on or after July 13. Special permission of the dean must be 
obtained in order to register after July 17. 

When Registering Late: 

(1) Go to Room 1101, Mitchell Building, call MARS, or check the 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



Internet at http://www.testudo.umd.edu, to confirm course avail- 
ability. 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 at the Bursars Office, 
Main Floor, Lee Building, by 4:30 p.m. according to the Payment 
Due Schedule on page 11. After the published schedule, payment 
must accompany registration. 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 instmctor 

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 posted. 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 1998 for specific details. 

Waitlist Information 

The waidist is a roster of students who are waiting for a seat to 
become available in a closed course. The waitlist stores names m 
order of request, on a first come, first ser\'ed basis, to allow access 
to seats as drops are processed Students can waitlist courses by 
calling MARS (see below), in person at 1101 Mitchell Building, 
or on the Internet at http://www.testudo.umd.edu or 
httpy/www.inform.umd.edu/suininer. 

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 alter- 
nate course choices. Being placed on a waitlist DOES NOT guar- 
antee that you will be sectioned into your desired course. 



Waitlist Instructions for MARS 

1. To be eligible for the waiting list you cannot be registered for any 
other section of the desired course. If you are currently registered 
for any other section of the course, you tnust 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 waitlist for you 
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. Since 
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 next person 
wailing for it. You may. at that time, request to be PLACED AT THE 
END OF THE WAITING LIST FOR ANOTHER SECTION. 



• Once on the waitlist for the course, you may select up to six sec- 
tions 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 ft^om all waidisted sections of that course. 

• Problems resulting from courses received from the waitlist that 
conflict with a student's schedule must be resolved. Time conflicts 
are not permitted without permission from the student's 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 acti\ity ends June 8 (Session I) and July 20 (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 section. 
You will also be prompted to enter up to five more sections if they 
are available. For instructions, see box below. 

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 sec- 
tions of a course can be waitlisted. Mandator)' 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 waitiist. 

Waitlist Check-In 

Registration gives a mandator)' check-in date when students are ini- 
tially placed on the waidist. This is t)pically the first day of classes. 
You must check-in on die mandatory check-in date by calling MARS 
at (301) 403-0500, and selecting Waidist Check-In or by checking 
in person at Registration Center, 1101 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 day 

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



(Mar)'land Automated Registration Systems)' 

3. Once you have been placed on a waiting list for a specific course 
you cannot add an\- additional sections of that course to the wait- 
ing list at that same position. If you later decide to add additional 
sections, diey will be added to the END OF THE WAITING LIST. 

4. Courses received from the waiting list that conflict with a stu- 
dent's schedule or that exceed the credit limit must be resolved 
immediately Time conflicts and credit limit violations cannot 
remain on a 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 for that semester and mcures 
tuition charges. 



I 



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



Cancellation of Summer Session 
Registration 

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

Office of Registrations 

1101 Mitchell Bldg. 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

Fax: (301) 314-9568 

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 
regardless of the number of courses or credits for w^hich they are 
enrolled. 

Procedure: 

U) Students withdrawing from a Summer Session must complete a 
Withdrawal Form which may be obtained at Room 1101, Mitchell 
Buildmg, or fax a letter of request to withdraw to (301) 314-9568. 

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

(3) Mandator)- fees are not refundable. The table on page 12 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 to either a local mailing address or permanent address 
can be made at any time in the semester in which they occur. 
Address changes can be processed in the following ways: 

On the Internet at http://w\\w.testudo. umd.edu, or 
http://www.inform.umd.edu/summer. 

Office of the Bursar, Address Unit, Lee Building, Room 
1121 or 1103, 8:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m., Monday-Friday 

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

Deans' Offices, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday 

STAR CENTER, Student Union, Room 1122, 9:00 a.m- 
4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday 

Address changes are posted to the computer by the Office of the 
Bursar and Records and Registration Office. 

Since many university communications to students are han- 
dled through the mail, it is important that accurate up-to-date 
addresses be maintained throughout the enrollment period. 
During the academic year the permanent address for currently 
registered students will be used for grade reports, combined reg- 
istration schedules and bilb, and other billings. The local address 
on file for currently registered students will be used for all other 
mailings. The permanent address on file for students not current- 
ly registered will be used for all mailings. Any student wishing 
his/her address to be kept confidential should contact the 
Information 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 pro\ided 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 $170.00 per Credit Hour 

Out-of-State Student $280.00 per Credit Hour 

Graduate Student Tuition 

In-State Student $272.00 per Credit Hour 

Out-of-State Student $400.00 per Credit Hour 

Professional Masters in Engineering 

(ENPM) 

$320.00 per Credit Hour, both in-state and out-of-state 



Fees 



New Students 

Undergraduate Application Fee $45.00 
Undergraduate Application Fee, 

International Applicants $65.00 

Graduate Application Fee $50.00 
(U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents) 
Graduate Application Fee, 

International Applicants $70.00 

All Students 

Academic Services Fee per Session $12.00 

Student Services Fee per Session $12.00 

Student Health Fee per Session $ 6.00 

Building Recreation Fee per Session $21.00 

Parking Fee 

(not charged if registered for Fall or Spring Semester) 

Resident Student $27.00 

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 $639.03 

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 ordinanly 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 5, 1998 

Deadline for Summer Session II: July 17, 1998 

For further information, contact the Residency Classification 

Office, 0405B Marie Mount Hall, University of Maryland, College 

Park, MD 20742, or call (301) 405-2030. 

Payment 

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

Please note: All bills are due according to the Payment Due 
Schedule, page 11. 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 University of 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 of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742-5151 

Phone-In/MARS Payment 

Payments for 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 11.) 

With Phone-In Payment, you can pay by: 

Visa, Mastercard, or Discover card 



10 



TUITION 8c FEES 



Fax-In Payment 

(.should accompany Fax-in Registration) 

To fax in your payment. 

Fax the following information: 

Q Student Name □ Cardholder Name 

G Student ID Number G Expiration Date 

3 Credit Card T)-pe □ Amoimt 

(Visa. Mastercard, or 3 Signature 

Discover card) G Daytime Telephone 

'3 Account Number Nimiber 

Fax to: (301) 314-9098 

With Fax-ln Payment, you can pay by: 

Visa, Mastercard, or Discover card 

O In-Person P.w'ment 

Complete the Estimaied Billing Form on page 72 of this 
Catalogue and pay at the Bursars OSice Cashier in room 1115 of 
the Lee Building 8:30a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

See the Pa\Tnent 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 Universit)' of Maryland for the exact amoimt due. 

You must wTite your social securit>- number on the 

check. 
or 
\'isa. Mastercard or Discover card 

Refer to the credit card information requested on the 

Estimated BiUing Form 



PAYMENT DUE SCHEDULE 

Summer Session paxTnents 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 30-Apnl 25 
Apnl 26-May 22 
May 23-June 5 



Payment is Due by: 

May 15 
May 26 
June 5 



Registrations after May 31 will incur a S20.00 late registra- 
tion fee. 

Summer Session II 



If you register 

March 30-May 22 
May 23-June 26 
July 1-July 17 



Payment is Due by: 

June 15 
June 30 
July 17 



Registrations after July 12 will incur a S20.00 late registra- 
tion fee. 

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



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 
sunmier financial aid. If there are any funds available from these 
programs, they are awarded to students who are graduating in 
August 1998. Students who have not used all their Pell Grant or 
Stafford Loan eligibiht)- for the current school year may use their 
remaining eligibUit)' during die summer term. Tuition and fees for 
summer school courses are due in full before classes start (see 
Pa)'ment 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 
1997-98 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file 
in the University of Mar)-land, 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 Senices Center, 1135 Lee 
Building, after Februar\- 9, 1998. Applications should be filed as 
soon as possible, but no later than April 1, 1998, for funds to be 
available at the start of summer sessions. In addition, in order to 
be eligible for any financial aid for die summer term, imdergradu- 
ate students must register for at least six (6) credits. Graduate stu- 
dents must register for at least six (6) credits or 24 graduate units. 
Once your eUgibilit)- has been determined, a Summer Financial 
Aid Notification will be mailed to your summer address. 

Late Pa\'ment Fee 

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

Delinquent Accounts 

Current or returning students will not be permitted to complete reg- 
istration untQ all financial obligations to the universit}; including 
librar)' fines, parking violation assessments and other penalty fees 
and semce charges are paid in full. Students who fail to setde their 
account by the appropriate due date may have dieir registration can- 
celed. The imiversit)- sends biUs to students for other financial obUg- 
ations, e.g. parking tickets, library fines, etc., on a regular basis. A 
copy of the bill may be obtained from the Bursar's Office, 11 35 Lee 
Building, Monday through Friday fijom 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

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 
collecting delinquent accounts are charged to the student. 
Collection costs are normally 17 percent plus any attorney and/or 
court fees. Maryland law allows the central coUecuon unit to 
block issuance of Maryland state income tax refunds for individ- 
uals with delinquent accounts. In addition, the state of Maryland 
has implemented a s>-stem whereby unpaid parking tickets issued 
on state property may result in the withholding of motor vehicle 
tags imtil 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 setdement of his or her accoimt. 
NFORMATION, PAYMENT DUE SCHEDULE || 



PAYMENT 



Refund of Tuition 

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

REFUND Of TUITION 

Cancel regisiration witti 1 00% refund 

Withdrawal from all coutses: 
Withdraw with 70% refund 
Withdraw with 50°o refund 
Withdraw with 20% refund 
Withdraw with 0%rehjnd 

Drop a course with 100% refund 

Drop cou5e with 70% rehjnd 

To obtain a refund 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. 
Universit)' of Mar.iand, College Park, MD 20742, or (2) complet- 
ing a request for refund form available at the student counter, 1135 
Lee 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. 



SESSION 1 


SESSION II 


May 31 


July 12 


June 5 


July 17 


June 12 


July 24 


June 19 


July 31 


July 12 


August 21 


May 31 


July 12 


June 5 


July 17 



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 Treasurer's Office in Annapolis. The check 
will be made payable to the student and mailed to the address 
requested b)' the student on the refund form. Refund checks will 
not be mailed to a campus address. 

Special Workshops and Institutes 

Reference to additional or alternative fees may be found under 
indi\1dual listings for Special Workshops and Institutions. 
Because special planning based upon the number of registrants 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 panial 
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 avail- 
able at additional charge. The universit)' reserves the right to can- 
cel programs due to insufficient enrollment. 

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



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12 



UMCP SUMMER SESSIONS 1998 



800-711-UHCP 



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 1998 undergraduate admission to the 
University of Maryland, 

• Wish to take Summer 1998 undergraduate courses 
And: 

• Are currently enrolled at another college or university*or 

• Are a college graduate 
or 

• Are 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 institution 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: Ij you are a teacher seeking certification for projessional 
advancement, you must apply for Summer 1998 even if you previ- 
ously attended summer sessions at the L/nivfrsify of Maryland, 
College Park. Contact the Department of Curriculum and Instniction 
Jor appropriate permissions. 

Application Instructions: 

1) Complete the Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student 
Application on page 67. 

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

Office of the Bursar 
Lee 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 on the Internet at http://www,inform.umd.edu/ 
summer, by phone (using MARS), by mail, via fax, or in person (see 
page 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. 

Current High School Students 

The following application instructions pertain to you if you: 

• Are not seeking Fall 1998 undergraduate admission to the 
University of Maryland, 



• Wish to take Summer 1998 undergraduate courses. 
And 

• Are currently enrolled in high school (entering your junior or 
senior year in Fall 1998) 

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." Write-in "Summer 1998" for question 
1 1 . 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 application fee and an 
official copy of your high school transcript to: 

Office of the Bursar 
Lee Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742 

3) For Summer 1998 admission only, the following documents 
are not required: counselor recommendation, 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 on the Internet at 
http://www.inform.umd.edu/summer, 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 oe Maryland, College 
Park Students 

No application is required for students who wish to take 
Summer 1998 undergraduate courses only and are: 

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

or 

• Spring 1998 graduates of the University of Maryland, College Park 
or 

• Newly admitted Fall 1998 students, 
or 

• Students who withdrew or were academically dismissed from 
Spring 1998 classes at Maryland. (NOTE: In order to enroll for 
Fall 1998, however, these students must apply for reinstatement 
through the Office of ReenroUment, 0117 Mitchell Building.) 

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 admission 
for Fall 1998. 



APPLICATION PROCEDURE 



13 



Former University of Maryland, 
College Park Students 

If you are a former Maryland student who: 

• Did not attend Spring 1998 classes, 

• Wish to take Summer 1998 undergraduate courses, And 

• Were in good standmg, on academic warning, or unsatisfactor)' 
progress, and did not withdraw your last semester then you must 
apply for readmission through the Office of Reenrollment, 0117 
Mitchell BuUding, before registering for summer classes. 

or 

• Withdrew or were academically dismissed from the University 
before Spring 1998, then you must apply for reinstatement 
through the Office of Reenrollment, 01 17 Mitchell Building; 

or 

• attended as a "Term Only" registrant, then you must apply using 
the Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student Application on 
page 67 of this catalogue. Send it without an application fee to 
the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Summer Session 
Application, Mitchell Building, University of Mar^'land, 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 degree program, you must apply to the 
University of Maryland, CoUege Park and meet the standards of 
admission. 

Appfications for all undergraduate degree programs are available 
from: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

Mitchell Building 

University of Mar)'land 

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 69. 

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

• Meet one of the following criteria: 

• Hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited institution 
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 transcnpt 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 pre\iously enrolled as an Advanced Special Student, 
your graduate application is valid for five years. If it is no longer 
vaUd, you must complete the Visiting Graduate Summer Student 
Application on page 69. In this case, another application 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 Mar)'land System, complete the Visiting 
Graduate Summer Student Application on page 69 and submit 
It with a non-refundable application fee of $50.00 for U.S. citizens 
and permanent residents or S70.00 for international applicants, 
and a letter of permission from your parent insutution. 

• If you are a student at another institution in the University of 
Maryland System, no application is required for registrauon. 
You must complete an intercampus registration form, available 
from the graduate school dean at your parent insutution, and 
obtain the necessary authorizations from both your parent cam- 
pus and at the University of Mar)'land, College Park Office of 
Intercampus Enrollment, 1 108 Mitchell Building. 

University of Maryland 
Graduate Students 

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

• If you are a graduate student whose time limit has ex-pired, 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 fUe 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 perma- 
nent residents or $70.00 for international applicants is required. 
You may wish to register for summer courses 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 

Summer Institute Students 

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

International Students 

The University of Maryland Summer School welcomes interna- 
tional students currently enrolled at other U.S. colleges and uni- 
versities, as well as students from abroad. Students who are 
studying at another institution in the U.S. on F-1 or J-1 visas 
and who intend to return to their institutions in the fall do not 
need an 1-20 or IAP-66 issued by the University of Maryland. 
The application is the same as that for any other visiting stu- 
dent. See page 14 and 67. 



14 



APPLICATION PROCEDURE 



The F-1 student visa is the appropriate visa category for inter- 
national students outside the United States who intend to enroll 
full-time in the University of Maryland Summer School and 
whose primary reason for coming to the U.S. is to study 

Summer School students who wish to obtain an F-1 visa 
should complete a Certificate of Finances form indicating suffi- 
cient funds to pay tuition and living expenses for their summer 
study They must register for a full-time (a minimum of 6 credits 
in a six-week summer term) program of study Students who 
apply must be proficient in English. A TOEFL score of 575 is 
required. Students are required to submit a complete application 
by May 1 1 in order to allow sufficient time to receive an F- 1 visa 
for the start of Summer School. 

Students whose reason for coming to the U.S. includes 
tourism, as well as study and who do not intend to enroll full- 
time, may use the B-l/B-2 tourist visa. There are approximately 
twenty countries who are part of a visa-waiver program. Citizens 
of these countries may travel to the United States as tourists with- 
out obtaining visa stamps in their passports. Students who enter 
the U.S. under this visa-waiver program are admitted for a 90 day 
period and cannot change their visa status or extend their stay in 
the United States. Students should check with their local U.S. 
consulate or embassy for more information. 

International students are encouraged to take advantage of 
the many facilities available on the College Park campus as well as 
in Washington, D.C., Baltimore and the surrounding areas. 

Academic Credit 
and Policies 

The semester hour is the unit of credit. Dunng the sum- 
mer sessions, a 3-credit 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 matriculated as candidates for 
degrees will be given credit toward the appropnate degree for satis- 
factory completion 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 wiU 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 sta- 
tus for one summer session. Enrollment for six semester hours of 
academic 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 total- 
ing 24 graduate units will be defined as full-time enrollment for 
one summer session. Academic credit totaling 24 graduate units 
in each of the two summer 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 18 units per credit hour 



Maximum Load 

Undergraduate students may not enroll for more than eight cred- 
it 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 
during the 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 20 for 
degrees to be awarded as of August 21, 1998. August graduates 
are invited to participate in the commencement ceremonies held 
in December, and will be included in the commencement pro- 
gram 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 transcript for each course audited. 

Pass/Fail Option 

Undergraduate students who have completed 30 or more semes- 
ter hours with a GPA of at least 2.0 (15 of which must have been 
completed at University of Maryland, College Park) may register 
on a pass/fail basis if the course offers a pass/fail option. The 
course must be elective to the students program and not used to 
meet general education requirements, major requirements, or 
gateway requirements for admission to limited enrollment pro- 
grams 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 will be given in every undergraduate 
course. Exceptions may be made with the written approval of the 
chair of the department and the dean. 

Code of Academic Integrity 

All students are ex-pected to adhere to the provisions of the Code 
of Academic Integrity as set forth in die 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 sus- 
pension or expulsion from the university The normal sanction for 
academic dishonesty is a grade of "XE" 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 Privacy 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 
odiers of personally identifiable information from education records 
without students' poor written consent, and (3) to provide students 
the oppormnity to seek correction of their education records where 
appropriate. A complete statement of the university policy and pro- 
cedures is contained in the Undergraduate Catalogue. 



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On-Campus Housing 



Students are encouraged to live in the University's on-campus 
apartments. Early reservation for Summer Session housing is 
ad\Tsed. Room reservation procedures are discussed in the 
Summer 1998 Residence Halls Agreement, located on page 73 
of this Catalogue. This Agreement and accompan)'ing 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 1 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 17 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, private 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. 

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

Telephone: (301) 314-2100; 

Fax: (301) 314-9750; 

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

On-Campus Housing Schedule 

Friday, April 17 

Submission of Summer 1998 Residence Halls Agreement is 
encouraged to meet priority deadline for single room lottery and 
other housing requests. 

Monday, May 1 1 

Deadline for release from Summer 1998 Residence Halls 
Agreement for Session I without financial obligation; written can- 
cellation must be received by Resident Life. 

Sunday, May 31 

Residence halls open 10 a.m. for Session 1 residents to claim room 
assignments. 

Monday, June 1 

Room assignments not claimed by 12 noon are forfeited and "no- 
show" cancellation charge equal to two weeks' housing cost 
($204.25) is assessed. 



Monday, June 22 

Deadline for release from Summer 1998 Residence Hall 
Agreement for Session II without financial obligation; written can- 
cellation must be received by Resident Life. 

Friday, July 10 

Residents not remaining in residence halls for Summer Session II 
must vacate before 7 p.m. 

Sunday, July 12 

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

Monday, July 13 

Room assignments not claimed by 12 noon are forfeited and "no- 
show" cancellation charge equal to two weeks' housing cost 
($204.25) is assessed. 

Friday, August 21 

All residents must vacate their summer assignments before 7 p.m.; 
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 var)' 
depending on length of stay and type of program. For more infor- 
mation about these ser\ices, contact Conference and Visitor 
Services, University of Maryland, 0101 Aimapolis Hall, College 
Park, MD 20742, (301) 314-7884, Fax (301) 314-6693. 




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Campus life 



Summer Recreation 

Campus Recreation Semces (CRS) facilities available for summer 
use include the new Campus Recreation Center, Outdoor Aquatic 
Center, Ritchie Coliseum, and the fitness center and weight room 
in HHE Available summer programs include Aerobics, Intramural 
Sports, Non-Credit Instruction and Outdoor Recreation. 

A Summer Session student registration card entitles students 
to use the CRS facilities and participate in all CRS programs dur- 
ing that Summer Session. Students not registered for summer 
classes, but who have proof of pre\ious Spring or following Fall 
registration, can purchase Summer Session Recreation member- 
ships for S30 per Session. Memberships can be purchased at the 
CRS Member Services Desk in the Campus Recreation Center. 
There is no charge to participate in Summer Intramural Sports 
programs. 

For more information about Campus Recreation Services, 
please caU (301) 405-PLAY or (301) 314-5454 for a recorded 
message. Our website is located at www.inform.umd.edu/CRS. 

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. Thiny-five different dining locations are conve- 
niently located in all areas of the campus, and are open hours 
that fit anyone's schedule. Menu offerings rage from freshly pre- 
pared salads and made-to-order sandwiches at the University 
Dairy, delectable 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 for- 
ward 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 operations 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 Universit)- Book Center, Tawes Theater, WAM and OWL 
Computer Labs, Reprographic Semces. 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 
recommended textbooks and a wide array of course-related mate- 
rials. 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 supplies, cards and gift items, and University of Maryland 
insignia clothing. Call (301) 314-BOOK (2665) or check out our 
web page at www.inform.umd.edu/ubc for more information. 



Shuttle-UM Service 
Commuter Service 

College Park Metro route will operate Monday through Friday 
6:40 a.m.-7;40 p.m., every day except May 25 (Memorial Day 
observed) and July 4 (Independence Day). All University stu- 
dents, facult)', staff and guests are welcome; no ID or fare is 
required. 

Service will also be provided on Spnnghill Lake and Queens 
Chapel routes Monday duough Fnday while classes are m session. 

For more information, call Shutde-UM at (30 1) 3 14-2255 or visit 
the Office of Commuter Affairs in room 1 195, Stamp Student Union. 

Security' Service 

On campus, evening security service will operate from May 31 to 
August 21. Hours for the fixed routes are 7:00 p.m. imtil 11:00 p.m. 
Call-A-Ride hours are from 7:00 p.m. until 2:00 a.m. For more 
information, call Shuttle-UM at (301) 314-2255. 

Parking 

All students who plan to park on campus must register for a park- 
ing permit through the Department of Campus Parking (DCP), or 
park at a paid meter or in a cashier-attended area. Students who 
plan to purchase a permit must go to die DCP Office located in 
die Regents Drive Garage (PG2), University of Maryland, College 
Park, MD 20742. Students must present their Student ID. Card 
and complete an application. This process includes students who 
have prepaid on dieir Estimated Billing Form. Office hours are 
Monday-Friday 8:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

Parking permits issued to current students for the 1997-98 
academic year will be honored for the 1998 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. This fee must be paid to the Department of Campus 
Parking at the time of registration, except for students have pre- 
paid on dieir bill, (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 facult)' and 
staff members. University parking regulations prohibit die 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. Call 
(301) 314-PARK with any quesuons. 

Bicycle and Moped P.arking 

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

Disabled Parking 

All persons associated with the university (including diose dis- 
plaving a state disabled permit or tag) must purchase and display 
a UMCP-DCP parking permit for the current year Your UMCP- 



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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 (301) 314-4CAR for assistance. Hours of operation vary 
based on seasonal requirements. 

Libraries 

Students, faculty and staff are welcome to use the rich collections 
and electronic resources available in the seven libraries on cam- 
pus. In addition to the Theodore R. McKeldin Library (the main 
library), the system includes the Architecture Library, An Library, 
White Memorial (Chemistr)') Library, Engineering and Physical 
Sciences Library and R. Lee Hombake Library (containing under- 
graduate resers'es, the Performing Arts Library, Nonprint Media 
Services, the Library of American Broadcasting, a late-night study 
room and a WAM lab.) 

McKeldin Library is the site of special services and collections 
such as graduate reserves, study carrels for graduate students and 
faculty, interlibrar)' loan, photocopy senices (where photocopy 
cards may be purchased), government documents and maps, the 
East Asia Collection, the Marylandia collection, archives and 
manuscripts, rare books and other special collections. 

Librarians answer questions, assist v\ith research, and teach 
how to use the resources of the Libraries. Walk-in traming class- 
es are offered that provide orientation to the libraries, teach how 
to use the online catalog and other electronic databases to locate 
books, journals and other materials, and how to search the World 
Wide Web. Copies of the summer schedule of library classes are 
available at the front desk of all campus libraries. 

New students and faculty need to get their I.D. validated at 
the circulation desk of any of the Libraries before they will be 
allowed to check out books or other materials. 

Much more information about the Libraries' senices and collec- 
tions is readily available on the web at httpyAvww.lib.umd.edu/UMCP/. 

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 experience 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, Intermediate and Advanced HTML 

Introduction to Photoshop 

Web Search Strategies 

Computer Basic Training 



Instructors are computer ex-perienced 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 caU (301) 405-2941 for 
scheduling information. The non-refundable registration fee is 
$10.00 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 smdents connect their 
employment and classroom expjeriences. For Information, call 
(301) 314-7225, or visit our webpage at www.careeicenter.umd.edu. 

Career Counseling 

Career counselors assist students in identifying careers and 
majors suited to their interests and skills and help students to 
mtegrate academic learning v\ith job opportunities and career 
goals. Counselors are available dunng walk-in hours for bnef con- 
sultations or by appointment. 

Career and Employment Resource 

Room 

The Resource Room contains a multi-media collection of resources 
to help students and alumni explore careers, seek jobs, and plan 
graduate study You can access material on career exploration, list- 
ings for pan-time, internship, cooperative education, and full-time 
opportunities, employer and graduate school information, job- 
seeking guides, and computer-assisted career exploration. 

Credentials service 

Credentials are a students permanent professional record includ- 
ing letters of recortmiendauon and background information. Any 
Maryland undergraduate, graduate student, or alutimus may 
establish a file to support applications for employment and grad- 
uate/professional schools. All senior education majors are 
required to establish a credential file. 

http ://www. careercenter.umd . edu 

Students can visit the Center online to identif)' potential employers, 
get tips on writing a resume and conducting a job search, find out 
about employers participating in on-campus interviev\ing and 
career^ob fairs, review job listings, research organizations, access other 
job search sites, leam about graduate programs and much more. 

Student Employment Center (SEC) 

Within the Career Center, the SEC seeks to enhance the 
employmnent expenences of UM students through a variety of 
services, programs, advocacy, and research. The SEC advocates an 
"earn and leam" philosophy by helping students to see the rela- 
tionship between their work ex-periences and their classroom 
learning or academic major, while earning experinece, money, 
and/or credit. The SEC provides "one-stop shopping" where stu- 
dents can look for: 

• pan-time 

• internship 

• cooperative education 

• graduate assistantship 

• full-time positions 

Students interested in pre-professional work experiences should 
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ihe Center's "Earn and Learn" video to learn about these positions 
and find out how to pursue academic credit. See Experiential 
Learning Course (below) for details. Students eligible for Federal 
Work/Study Community Service positions should contact the 
Office of Student Financial Aid. For part-time, internship and 
cooperative educations positions, engineering majors should 
contact the Engineering Co-op and Career Services office at 
(.301) 405-3863, and busmess majors should contact the 
Undergraduate Business Career Services office at (301) 405-7103. 

TERP (The Employment Registration 
Program) Online: 

For fast and comprehensive access to employment opportunities, 
the Career Center recommends that every student register for 
TERP Online. TERP Online provides students access to SEC ser- 
vices (job listings, on-campus interviewing and resume referral) as 
well as updated information on career and job fairs. The system is 
easy to use, and is accessible through any computer with Internet 
access. For information or assistance, contact the Career Center or 
access http://www.careercenter.umd.edu. NOTE: students must 
re-register once a year in order to maintain active information in 
our database. 

Experiential Learning Courses 

Experiential Learning Courses (386): Some internships and coop- 
erative education placements are eligible for academic credit. 
Students may earn 3-6 credits for this course. The Campus Senate 
has established the following regulations governing credit for 386: 

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

• 386 can 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. 

• The number of credits earned depends on the number of hours 
worked at the site plus time spent on completing projects as 
stipulated in the Learning Proposal. 

• Only the work hours completed during the semester earning 
credit will be counted toward your total hours for credit. 

• Credit will be awarded ONLY for the semester in which you are 
actually working at your site. 

In order to earn credit, students must secure a faculty sponsor in 
the department where pursuing credit and complete a one-page 
Learning Proposal. The Learning Proposal must be signed by the 
student, supervisor, and faculty sponsor and be submitted to the 
Career Center for approval. 

Counseling Center 

The Counseling CenterHocated in the Shoemaker Building, provides 
free and confidential counseling services to all UMCP students. The 
Center provides personal counseling for numerous issues, including 
personal/social issues, career counseling, academic skills counseling, 
support groups, and more. Counseling appointments are available 
Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., and Friday 8:30 
a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Walk-in counseling is available to minority students 
every day from 3:00-4:00 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call (301) 
314-7651 or stop by the Shoemaker Building. Or visit the web site at 
http://www.inform.umd.edu/Campusinfo/Deparunents/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 (301) 314-7651. 

Career Counseling 

These professional services help determine which careers best suit 
your personal values and interests. Call (301) 314-7651. 

Academic Skills Counseling 

Enhance such skills as reading, writing, note-taking, learning sci- 
ence and math material, and statistics. Call (301) 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 (301) 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-hear- 
ing; readers for visually 
impaired students, blind 
students, and students 
with learning disabiliues; 
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 (301) 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 (301) 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 (301) 314-7688. 

Research Services 

Group and individual consultation area to assist with research 
design and statistics and writing project proposals, theses, and 
dissertations. Call (301) 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 5-14). 
Call (301) 314-7673. 



Questions? 

Call Summer Sessions 

at (301) 405-6551 

or 1-800-71 1-UMCP 



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CORE Required Courses 

These CORE courees ore offered during Summer Sessions I and II, 1998. Consult the 
most retent edition of ttie Schedule of flosses or Undergroduote Cotolog foi CORE pro- 
gram requirements. Refer to the Schedule of flosses in Ihis cotolog for session ond 
doss time infotmohon. 



CORE fundumentul Stwliei Courses 

CORE ■ ■ V>'' 1- ■•• .-'..■111 i - T, \\'|.;Tr::. C' ■! R> 
ENGH01 Introduction to Writing 
ENGL I01X Introduction to Writing (English as o second languoge) 



CORE A\D USP Professional Writing Courses 
ENG1391 Advonced Compositioii 
ENGl 392 Advanced Composihon: Pre4j]w 
ENG1393 lechnical Wrihng 

ENGl 393X lechnical Wrihng (English os o second languoge) 
ENGL 394 Business Wnting 
ENGL 395 lechnicol Wnhng: Pie-Med 

CORE .A\D USP Mathem.-mics Col'Rses 
mUIHIlO Elementary Mothemohcol Models 
MATH 1 1 1 Introduchon to Probobility 
MATIt 1 1 3 College Algebra with Applicohons 
MATH i 15 Precalculus 



CORE Distributive Studies 

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



Humanities and the Arts 

CORE LiTEE.AIi. RE C'.iLRSES 

CHIN 213 Oiinesc Poetry inh) English: An Introduchon (D) 

CIAS 1 70 Greek and Romon Mythology 

CMLT 270 Global Literoture and Sociol Change (D) 

CMIT 275 Wodd Lterahjre by Women (olso os WMST 275) (0) 

ENGL 205 Introduchon to Shakespeoie 

ENGL 234 Introduchon to Afticon-Amerieon Uterahire (0) 

ENGL 240 Introduchon to Fichon, Poehy, and Dromo 

ENGL 241 Introduchon to the Novel 

ENGl 243 Inhoduchon to Poetry 

ENGL 244 Inhoduchon to Oramo 

ENGL 250 Inhoduchon to Literohjre by Women (also as WMST 255) (D) 

HONR 238B Masculinity in 20th Century literohjre ond Film 

HONR 239K Honors Seminor: The Discovery of Personolity 

SPAN 224 Violence and Resistance in the Americas (D) 

WMST 255 Inhoduchon to Uterohire by Women (olso os ENGl 250) (D) 

WMST 275 Wodd literohjre by Women (also os CMIT 275) (D) 

CORE History kk Theory of the Arts Courses 
AKCH 1 70 Introduction to Itie Built Environment 
ARCH 223 History of Non-Westem A/chitechjre (D) 
ARTHIOO Introduchon to Art 
ARTH 200 Art of the Western Wodd to 1 300 
ARTH201 Art of the Western Wodd ofter 1300 
ARTH 290 ArtofAsio(D) 
ARTT 1 50 Introduchon to Art Theory 
MUSC 1 30 Survey of Music literature 
MDSCMO Music Fundamentals I 
MUSC 210 The Impoct of Music on Life (D) 
IHr 1 1 Inhoduchon lo the Theotre 
WMST 250 Introduchon lo Women's Studies: Women, Art. and Culhjre (D) 

CORE HuM.\".iTiFs Courses 
AMST 201 Introduchon to Americon Shidies 
AMST 203 Populor Culture in Amenco 
AMST 204 Film and American Culture Shidies 
ENGL 278A Speciol Topics in Uterahjre: Africon-Amehtnn folk and Popular Song 
fREN 203 Intermediote French 
FREN 204 Review Giammor ond Composihon 
GERM 201 Intermediate Germon I 
GERM 202 Intermeduate Germon II 



HORT 160 Inhoduchon to londscope Atchitechjre (olso os WRC 1 60) 

KNES262 Philosophy of Sport 

WRC 1 60 Introduchon to Londscope Architechjre (also as HORT 1 60) 

UNG 240 Languoge and Mind 

PHIL 100 Introduchon to Philosophy 

PHIL 105 God ond Cosmos 

PHIl 1 40 Contemporary Morol Issues 

PHIl 250 Philosophy of Science 

SPAN 201 Intermediote Sponish 

SPAN 202 Intermediote Grammar and Composihon 

CORE Mathematics and the Sciences 

CORE Physical soienxes Non-L.ab Courses 
ASTR 1 00 Inhoduchon to Astronomy (only if mken Foil 1 993 or M 
ENES lOOA Inhoduchon to Engineering Design 
GEOL 1 20 Environmenhil Geology 
PHYS 161 General Physics: Mechanics and Parhcle Dynomics 

CORE Life Sciences Non-Lab Courses 
EKTM100 Insects 

KNES 260 Science of Physical Achvity ond Cordkjvosculoi Heolth 
NFSCIOO Elements of Nuhihon 
PBIO 235 Environmenhil Science (fomietty BOTN 21 )) 

CORE Math or Form.al Re.-.somng 
Non-Lab Cjo-rE: 

CMSC 1 50 Inhoduchon to Discrete Shuchjies 

GE0G170 Mops ond Mop Use 

MATH 111 Introduchon to Probobility 

MATH 140 ColculusI 

MATH 141 Calculus II 

MATH 220 Elemenhiry Colculus I 

MATH 221 Elementary Calculus II 

MATH 240 Introduchon to linear Algebra 

PHIl 170 Inhoduchon to Logic 

STAT 1 00 Elemenhiiy Shihshcs ond Piobobility 

CORE Physical Sciences Lab Courses 
ASTR 101 General Astronomy 
CHEM103 General Chemistry I 
CH£M103MGenernl Chemistry I 
CHEM113 General Chemishy II 
CHEM113M General Chemshy II 
GEOUOO/ 

1 1 Physicol Geology and Physical Geology loboratory 
(must be token togehier) 
PHYS 121 Fundamentals of Physics I 
PHYS 122 Fundamentols of Physics II 

PHYS 262 General Physics: Vibrahons, Woves, Heat, Electricity, and Mognehsm 
PHYS 263 General Physics: Elechodynomics 



Lab 



CORE Life Sci 
8101101/ 

1 02 Concepts of Biology/lnb in Biology 

(both courses must be hiken in the some semester) 
6101105 Principles of Biology I 
6I0L105M Pnnciples of Biology I 
BI01106 Pnnciples of Biology II 
CHEM 1 04 Fundomenlols of Organic and Biochemistry 
MICB 200 General Microbiology 
PBIO 100/ 

101 Plant Biology for Non-Science Shjdents ond loborotory in Plont 
Biology (formedy BOTN 104/105; must be token togehier) 
ZOOl 201 Humon Anatomy ond Physiology I 

Social Sciences and History 

CORE S'ii;i.-,L .■- r l't:. I History Cours 

AASP 1 00 Inhoduchon to Aho-Americon Shidies (0) 

AASP 202 Block Culhire in hie United States (0) 

HIST 111 The Medieval Wodd 

HIST 113 Modem Europe: 1789 -Present 

HIST 1 56 History of rhe Umred Slotes to 1 865 

HIST 1 57 History of the Oniled Slotes since 1865 

HIST 210 Women in Americo to 1880 



HIST 236 Hstoiy of Brihiin 1 688 to Present 
HIST 282 History of hie lewish People I 
JWST 234 History of the Jewish People I 
HONR 248G Social ond Group Violence in America 
KNES 293 HisWry of Sport in America 

CORE Behamoral and Social Scie:.ce Courses 

ANTH 260 Inhoduchon hi Socioculhiral Anthropology and linguishcs (D) 

COS 100 Inhoduchon to Criminol iushce 

COS 1 05 Introduchon to Criminology 

ECON 201 Principles of Economics I 

GEOG 100 Introduchon to Geography 

GE0G130 Developing Counhies 

GVPT 100 Principles of Govemment and Pote 

GVP1 1 70 American Govemment 

GVPF 200 Intemohonal Polihcal Relohons 

JOUR 100 Introduchon to Moss Communicohon 

UNG 200 Inhoduchiiy Linguishcs 

PSYCIOO Introduchon to Psychology 

SOCY 1 00 Introduchon W Sociology 

SOCY 1 05 Introduchon to Contemporory Sociol Problems 

CORE Advanced Studies Requirement 

See the 2nd edihon Spring T997 or 1st edition Fol T997 Schedule of flosses for dehiits. 

CORE Cafstone Colrse> c-iajors '^■..-^■,. 
after completing 86 credits) 

BMGT457 Modceting Polides ond Sliolegies 

BMGT495 Business Policies 

CHEM 399 Introduchon to Chemicol Reseorch (must be hiken for ot leost 3 aedits) 

URC471 Project in londscope Architecture II 

CORE Human Cultural Diversity Courses 
(* indicotes course is also CORE Dishibuhve Shidies) 

Diversity courses recommended for heshmen and sophomores (under 56 aedits) 

AASP 1 00 Inrioduchon to AhoJtaericnn Shidies 

AASP 202 Block Culture in hie United Shites' 

ANTH 260 Introduchon to Socioculhiral Anhiropology and Unguisha* 

ARCH 223 History of Non-Westem Aichitechire' 

ARTH 290 Art of Asia* 

CHIN 213 Chinese Poetry into English: An Introduchon' 

CMLT 270 Global Literanire ond Social Change* 

CMLT 275 Wodd Uterahjre by Women* (also os WMST 275) 

ENGL 234 Introduchon to Ahicon-American Literohjre* 

ENGL 250 Inhoduchon to Uterahjre by Women* (olso os WMST 255) 

ENGL 278A Speciol Topics in Uterahire: Africon-Americon Folk ond Popular Song 

GEOG 1 30 Developing Countries* 

HIST 210 Women in Americon h) 1880 

HIST 282 History of the Jewish People I 

JWST 234 History of the Jewish People I 

MUSC 210 The Impact of Music on Ufe* 

SPAN 224 Violence and Resistance in the Amencos* 

WMST 250 Introduchon to Women's Studies: Women, Art, ond Culture* 

WMST 255 Innoduchon ro Uterohire by Women* (olso os ENGl 250) 

WMST 275 Wodd Uterohire by Women' (also m CMIT 275) 

DivERsiiY Courses recommended for Juniors 
AND Seniors (after 56 credits) 
CCJS370 Roce, Crime, ond CriminolJustJra 

EDCP 420 Educohon and Racism 

ENGL 348A Uterary Worics by Women: Science Fichon by Women 

ENGL 360 African, Indian and Caribbeon Writers 

FMST 381 Poverty, Affluence, and Families 

GVPT 447 Islomic Polihcal Philosophy (olso as PHIl 408) 

HIST 473 History of the Caribbeon 

HITH 471 Women's Heol* (also os WMST 471) 

SOa 325 Sociology of Gender (also as WMST 325) 

SPCH 324 Communicohon and Gender 

SPCH 482 Inlerculhjral Communicohon 

WMST 325 Sociology of Gender (also as SOCY 325) 

WMST 471 Women's Health (also os HLTH 471) 

USP Shidents should conrno the CORE Ofhce in hie Ofhcc of the Dean for 
Undergraduote Studies, 2130 Mitchell Building, Zip 5251, phone (301) 405-9359 for 
lists of approved USP courses. 



20 



CORE COURSES 



Evening 


1 Courses 
lessions 1 & II 


ENGL310 


MEO+REN BRIT LIT 


BMGT746 


INTERNE FINCL MNGT 


HLTH150 


FIRST A1D-+EMER MED 


ENGL3I2 


ROM TO MOO BRIT LIT 


BMGT754 


BUYER BEHAV ANALYS 


HLTH377 


HUMAN SEXUALITY 


During 


ENGL313 


AMERICAN LIT 


BMGT764 


EXEC POWER 8 NEGOTIATION 


HONR239K 


DIS PERSONALITY IN LIT 






ENGL348A 


SCIENCE FiniON BY WOMEN 


6MGT794 


ENVIRN INTRNAT BUS 


HONR268Z 


HE MASK IN LIT 


'- 1 \ ! M ; ■ 1" 


.. 1 ..•..;•. ■ ' 


ENG1379E 


FILM ANALYSIS 


BMGT798A 


ORGANIZATIONAL DEV 


ITAL47I 


ITALIAN CINEMA 


AASP398X 


AFRICN-AMER POLITICS 


ENG139] 


ADVANCED COMP 


BMGT798B 


PROB USING COMPUTER 


JOUR400 


mi OF MASS COMMUN 


AMSI204 


FILM S AM CUIIURE 


ENGL393 


TECHNICAL WRITING 


CaS234 


WW CRIM INVESTIGATION 


LBSC708B 


SPECIAL TOPICS 


JliCH242 


DRAWING 1 


ENGL393X 


TECHNiai WRITING 


CaS320 


INTRO CRIMINALISTC 


LBSC708K 


SPECIAL TOPICS 


ARCH343 


DRAWING II; LINE 


ENGL394 


BUSINESS WRITING 


CIAS309 


HOLLYWOODOS ROME 


LBSC708W 


SPECIAL TOPICS 


ARCH445 


VISUAL ANAIYS ARCH 


ENGL420 


LIT ROMANTIC PO 1 


EC0N200 


PRIN MICRO-ECONOMICS 


LBSC725 


LIB SRV CENT DSABL 


ARCH4?0 


COMPUTER APPLIONS 


ENGL433 


AMLIT19I4-PRESNT 


EC0N201 


PRIN MACR-ECONOMICS 


LBSC794 


PRINCP SOFTWR EVAL 


ARTTtSO 


INTRO TO ART THEORY 


ENGL489G 


GENDER AND WNGUAGE 


ECON305 


MACROEC THRY8P0L 


PHIL342 


MORAL PROB MEOICNE 


ARn468B 


ISSUES CONTEMPORARY ART 


ENGL621 


RDGS RENAI ENG LIT 


ECON306 


INTERMED MICROEC THRY 


PSYC341 


INTRO MEM8C0GNITI0N 


BI0L222 


PRIN GENETICS 


ENGL759A 


MOO POETRY 8 VISUAL ART 


EC0N440 


INTERNATL ECONOMICS 


SPAN201 


INTRMEDAT SPAN 


BMGT110 


INTRO TO BMGI 


ENPM425 


HVAC OF BUILDINGS 


EDHD460 


EDUCATIONAL PSYCH 


SPAN301 


ADV GRAM-i-COM 1 


BMGI220 


PRIN ACCOUNTING 1 


ENPM639 


BHAVR OF PARTCLS NAT WAT 


EDHD721 


LRN THRY-EDUC PR 1 


SPAN312 


ADV CONVERSATN II 


BMGT221 


PRIN ACCOUNTING II 


ENRE467 


SYSTEM SAFETY ENGR 


EDMS645 


QUANT RSRCH METH 1 


SPCH 107 


SPCH COMM PRIN 


6MGI230 


BUSINESS STATISTCS 


FMST487 


EGALASPFAMPROB 


EDMS646 


QUANT RSRCH METH II 


SPCH324 


COMMUN 8 GENDER 


BMGI302 


BUSNCOMPAPPLICPROG 


FMST497 


CHILD AND THE L;\W 


EDMS65I 


INTERMED STAT EOUC 


SPCH424 


COMM IN COMPLEX ORG 


BMGI310 


INTERMED ACOG 1 


FRENI03 


REVIEW ELEM FREN 


E0PA772 


LEADERSHP BEHAVIOR 


SPCH482 


INTERCULTURAL COMM 


BMGI31 1 


INTERMED ACOG II 


FREN489 


PRO-SEMTHMES+MOVE 


E0SP376 


FNDM SIGN UNGUAGE 


SURV616 


STATISTICAL METHODS II 


BMGI340 


BUSINESS FINANCE 


GEOGIOO 


INTRO TO GEOGRAPHY 


ED5P470 


INTRO SPECIAL EDUC 


URSP681 


URBAN PLANNING LAW 


BMGT350 


MKT PRINC+ORGANIZ 


GE0G372 


REMOTE SENSING 


EBSP491 


HARAC LEARN DISABLED 






BMGI354 


PROMOTION MANAGMNT 


GE0G456 


SOCIAL GEOG METRO 


ENFP489C 


BUILDING FIRE SAFETY SYS 






BMGr364 


MGT+ORGANIZ THRY 


GVPT24] 


POL PHIL:ANCIENT8M0DERN 


ENGLlOl 


INTRO TO WRITING 






BMGT380 


BUSINESS UW 1 


HESP498P 


PHON TEACH ENGL 2ND UNG 


ENGL360 


AFR IND aRIB WRTS 






BMGT411 


fTHICS+PROFLSMACn 


HIST210 


WM IN AM TO 1880 


ENGL379E 


FILM ANALYSIS 






BMGT422 


AUDITING THRY+PRAC 


HIST353 


AMERREVOLUTN 1763-1815 


ENGL39I 


ADVANCED COMP 






BMGT424 


ADVANCED ACCOUNTNG 


HIST357 


RECENT AMERICA: 1945-PRES 


ENGL393 


TECHNICAL WRITING 






BMG1446 


INTERNATIONAL FIN 


HIST410 


INTRO ARCHIVES 1 


ENGL393X 


TECHNICAL WRITING 






BMGT451 


CONSUMER ANALYSIS 


HIST473 


HISTORY OF CARIBBEAN 


ENGL394 


BUSINESS WRITING 






BMGT464 


ORGANIZATNL BEHAVR 


HLTH150 


FIRST AIO+EMERMEO 


ENGL399A 


LIT 8 IDEAS IN ENGLISH 






BMGI476 


APPl COMPUTR MODELS 


HLTH47] 


WOMENS HEALTH 


ENGL404 


SHAKESPEARE:UTER WORKS 






BMGT496 


BUSINESS ETHICS8S0CIEIY 


H0NR238B 


MASC 20C AM LITSFIU« 


ENGL432 


AM LIT 1865-1914 






BMGT501 


BUSINESS FUNOIONS 


]0UR440 


READINGS JOUR LIT 


ENGL489A 


lANGUAGE OF ADVERTISING 






BMGT615 


BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 


KNES340 


COACHING ATHLETICS 


ENGL601 


LT RSCH &CRT CNTXT 






BMGT620 


STRAT INFO SYSTEMS 


LBSC708S 


MGMI ELEaRONIC RECORDS 


ENGL601A 


LTRSCH8CRTCNTXT 






BMGI682 


BUSN LAW FOR MNGRS 


LBSC74I 


SEM SCH LIB MED PG 


ENGL611 


APPRCHCOLLGCOMPT 






6MGT690 


STRATEGIC MNGMT 


LBSC756 


LIT8RES SCI8TECH 


FMST298S 


SEXUALITY 8 THE FAMILY 






BMGI715 


INTLACnNG;MGRPERSPEn 


PHIL447 


PHILOSOPHY OF LAW 


FMST487 


LEGAL ASP FAM PROB 






BMGr720 


INFO TECH 8 CORP TRANSF 


PSYC436 


INIR CLINICAL PSYC 


FREN103 


REVIEW ELEM FREN 






BMGT721 


FILE PROCES+DB SYS 


SPAN202 


INTRMED GRAM-i-COMP 


FREN203 


INTERMEDIATE FRENCH 






BMGT744 


FUTRSCNTR+OPTMNG 


SPAN206 


REV SPAN NATV SPKR 


Gf0G450 


THE CONTMPORY CITY 






BMGT745 


FINANCE INSTUTMNG 


SPAN3)1 


ADV CONVERSATN 1 


GVPT309P 


HMN RIGHT8DEM0C UTN AM 






BMGT752 


MARKEIGRSRCHMETH 


SPCHI07 


SPCH COMM PRIN 


GVPT309X 


CONFLia RESOLUTION 






BMGT757 


MARKETING STRATEGY 


SPCH324 


COMMUN 8 GENDER 


GVPT399B 


VIETNAM LEGACIES 8 FILM 






BMGT776 


MNGT HI TECH R&D 


SPCH482 


INTERCULTURALCOMM 


HIST453 


USDIPLHSFR1914 






BMGT795 


MGTMULTINATLFIRM 


SURV623 


DATACOLLEOIONMIHOS 


HIST459A 


NATIVE AMER ETHNOHIST 






BMGT798E 


DECISMGMTSUPPSYS 


SURV625 


APPLIED SAMPLING 


HIST467 


HIST OF MARYWNO 






CaS320 


INTRO CRIMINAIISTC 


SURV722 


RANDOM/NONRANDOM DESIGN 










CHEW103 
CHEM113 


GENERAL CHEM 1 
GENERAL CHEM II 


URSP703 


FIELD INSTRUOION 


The 


Colleges & Schools of UMCP 


OUIT270 
CMLI275 


GLOBLLIT+SOCCHNG 
WRLD LIT BY WOMEN 


SUMMER 
AMST418Q 


SESSION 1 

HSXTRACURRAn&ACCULT 


Agriculture 




(301) 405-2072 


ECON200 


PRIN MICRO-ECONOMICS 


AMST 429E 


TV SIT COM 


Architecture 




(301) 405-6284 


EC0N20I 


PRIN MACROECONOMICS 


ARCH 223 


HIST NON-WESTERN ARCH 










EC0N306 


INTERMED MICROEC THRY 


ARCH 678F 


FAODES 


Arts & Humanities 




(301) 405-2088 


EDCP614 
EDCP625 


PERSNIHRYINUPS 
COUNSEL CHEM DEPENDENT 


BMGT 220 
BMGT221 


PRIN ACCOUNTING 1 
PRIN ACCOUNTING II 


Behavioral & Social Sciences 


(301) 405-1679 


EDHD400 
EDHD413 


INTRO TO GERONTOLGY 
ADOLESCENT DEVEL 


BMGT323 
BMGT340 


INCOME TAX ACCOUNT 
BUSINESS FINANCE 


Business & Management 




(301) 405-2189 


EDHD420 


COG DEV 8 LEARNING 


BMGT350 


MKT PRINC+ORGANIZ 


Computer, Mathematical 






EDMS645 


QUANT RSRCH METH 1 


BMGT364 


MGT+QRGANIZ THRY 


& Physical Sciences 




(301) 405-4906 


EDMS646 
EDPA601 


QUANT RSRCH METH II 
CONTEM SOCIAL ISS 


BMGT380 
BMGT381 


BUSINESS m 1 
BUSINESS UW II 


Education 




(301) 405-2364 


EDPA738 


SCH THT+CONT CURR 


BMGT422 


AUDITING THRY+PRAC 


Engineering 




(301) 405-3855 


ED5P376 
EDSP470 


FNDM SIGN UNGUAGE 
INTRO SPECIAL EDUC 


BMGT440 
BMGT44S 


FINANCIAL MANAGEMT 
COMERCL BANK MGNMT 


Health & Human Performance 


(301) 405-2438 


EDSP670 
EDSP678T 


SNGL SBJ RES SP ED 
SEM SPECIAL EDUC 


BMGT495 
BMGT505 


BUSINESS POLICIES 
ORG BEHAV+STR MNGT 


Journalism 




(301) 405-2399 


ENBE456 


BIOMEDICAL INSTRUMENTN 


BMGT662 


ORGANZ BEHAVR8HUMAN RES 


Library & Information 






ENCE611 


FINITE ELEMENT METHODS 


BMGT663 


INTRO MGMT HUMAN RESOURC 


Services (Grad) 




(301) 405-2033 


ENCE664 
ENGllOl 


CONST C0NTR+SPEC5 
INTRO TO VKRITING 


BMGT681 
BMGT7I0 


MANGRL ECON 8 PUBLIC POL 
ADV ACCOUNT THERY 


Life Sciences 




(301) 405-2071 


ENG1205 


INTRO SHAKESPEARE 


BMGT726 
BMGT741 


DISTRIB DATA PRCSS 
ADV FINANCE MNGT 


Public Affairs (Grad) 




(301) 405-6330 












even: 


ING COURSES 21 



Course Listing 



College Park Summer Sessions course offerings are updated daily on the World Wide Web. 
For a list of course offerings in the evenings, see page 21. 

The following course listing is accurate as this catalogue went to • Seat counts and sections information updated hourly, waitlist nightly 

press. However, departments often add course sections in response . p^^^^ ^^^^^^^^ ^f ^^e schedule to reference when calling MARS 
to high demand, and others may have been rescheduled. 

., u ■ . _ rr ■ . • Access from: any WAM lab* • any on-campus Wmdows PC, 

You can get an up-to-the-mmute report on course offerings at j^^ ^^ ^^XT machine • any dial up computer by telnetting to 

the University of Maryland College Park home page. It is located on INFORM 

the Web at http://www.inform.umd.edu/summer *" *^ '^"""" " "<" "'"^"^ '" """^ '^' ^''■'' 



Guidelines For Course Selection 

The session for which a specific section is scheduled is designated by the 
first two digits of the section number: 01 for Summer Session I; 02 for 
Summer Session II. Some courses are offered in both summer sessions. 
If the course or section meeting dates deviate from the regular 
Summer Session dates, the specific starting and ending dates are displayed 



below the tide for the course. The section number indicates the session to 
which a nonstandard course or section belongs for registration purposes. 
Additional information on nonstandard date courses may be 
found on page 8 of the catalogue. In many instances, registration, 
billing and grading procedures will be different for these courses. 



AA$P Afro-American Studies 

( Beh.^vior.^l and Soci.^L Sciences) 
AASPlOO Introduction to Afro-American 

Studies 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Sociol or Political Histoiy (SH) DIVERSITY Significant ospects of ttie history of 
Afro-Amencons witli porticular emphasis on tiie evolution ond development of block 
communifes from slavery to the present Interdisciplinory introduction to sociol, polith 
col, legol ond economic roots of contempcrory problems foced by blocks in tire United 
Stotes witti opplicotions to the lives of other rociol and ethnic minorities in tlie 
Amencos ond in ottier societies, 
0101(00001) Wilson, F, TuTti 1 :00pm^:20pm (PLS 1 1 1 7) 

0201(00002) Quinn.K. TuWHi 10:00om-12:15pm (PLS 1117) 

AASP202 Black Culture in the United States 

(3) Grade Method: REC/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Polihcol Histoiy (SH) DIVERSITY The course exomines important 
ospects of Amencon Negro life ond thought which arc reflected in Afro-Americon litero- 
hjre, dromo, music ond ort. Beginning with the culturol heritoge of slavery, the course 
surveys the chonging modes of block creottve expression horn the nineteenlfHentury 
to the present, 

0101(00012) Winogrod.I, TuWlh ll:00am-l:15pm (HJP 1229) 
(0001 3) George, E, TuTh 1 :00pm^:20pm (PIS 1 1 1 1 ) 

AASP386 Experiential Learning 

(3-61 Grade Method: REG/P-F. 



fwiequisite: Leaimg Piopoiol oppwved bylfie Office of Ixpemtial ieming 
Piogwm, faculty sponsor, and studenl'i ialemliip spomoi. 56 seimslei ftoors. 

0201 (00023) McCotty, J. Time ond room to be orronged 
AASP398X Selected Topics in the African 

Diaspora: African-American 

Politics 

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

0101(00033) Johnson.O. TuW5:00pm^:20pm (TYDOlll) 
This course examines Africon Amencon polihcs in the United Stotes, both post ond pre- 
sent, by onolyzing the Block polihcol struggle for freedom ond the relohonship 
between Africon Americons ond trodirtonol American polihcol inshtuhons. The course 
olso discusses importont ospects of Block polihcol culture, including rociol idenhty, rap 
music, ond gender relohons 



Course Prefix 
and nui^ber- 



CouRSE Title 



Gr.^de Method 
REG = A-F eroding 
P-f = Poss/Foil 
AUD = Audit Groding 

Description — 

Session I 

Session II 




SAMPLE COURSE LISTING 

AASPlOO I ntroduction to Alro-American Studies 

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



CORE: Sociol or Polihcol History (SH) DIVERSITY Significnnt ospects of the history of 
AfroAmericons with porhculor emphasis on the evolufion ond development of block 
communihes from slovety to the present. Interdisciplinory inhoduchon h) sociol, polihcol, 
legol ond economic roots of contemporory problems faced by blocks in the United States 
with opplicohons to the lives of other rociol ond ethnic minohhes. 



I — MARS Number 

Instructor 



r 



0101 (OOOOT) 
\02BI (00002) 



Potton, S. 
George, E. 



TuWTh n:00om-l:15pnr (PIS 11)7)- 
TuWThl:00pm-3:15pm (PIS 1117) 



days/ 

Times/ 

location 



Last 2 Digits = 
Course Section 



AASP47BI Humanities Topics in Afro- 
American Studies: Black popular 
Culture in American Society 

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

0101 (00053) George, £. TuTh 9:00om-l 2:20pm (JRN 1104) 

This course will exomine contemporary Block populor culhjre in the U.S. fiom the 
1 970's to the 1 990's, Film, television, literahjie, odverhsements, ond music will be 
exomined os o cultural products Ihot reflects hie portuculor volues ond ethos of Block 
Americons in porhculor at this moment in history. We will explore how polihcol ond 
historical factors such as the "wor on poverty" the Reogon years, ond the Rodney King 
incident influenced hie produchon of Block populor culhrre. 



AGRI Agri<ulture 



(Agriculture and Natural ResourcesI 
AGRI699 Special Problems (PemHeq) 
(1-3) Gfode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruchon course: contnct deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number 
Contoct deporhnent to moke orrongements. 

AGRI799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruchon course: contact deportment or instiuctor to obtoin sechon number 



AGRI899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Ind'widuol Inshuchon course: contoct deportment or inshuctot h) obhiin sechon number. 



AGRO Agronomy 



(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 
AGR0386 Experiential Learning (Permteq) 

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

Individuol Instruchon course: contoct deportment or instnjctor to obtoin sechon number 
fieieciuisile: Leormg Propoio/ appmed by Ifie Office of Expenential Learning 
Fiogwim, faculty sponsor, and student's inteinstiip sponsor. 55 semester hauls. 

AGR0499 Special Problems in Agronomy 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Inshuchon course: conhict deporhnent or instructor h) obhiin sechon number 

AGR0608 Research Methods 
(1-4) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contoct deportment or instruchir h] obhiin sechon number. 

AGR0799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 
Individual Inshuchon course: contoct deportment or instnrcWr to obhiin section number. 



22 



UMCP SUMMER SESSIONS 1998 



00-711-UMCP 



mom Dociiiral Dissertation Research 

(18) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: (ontnct department or instructor to obtain section number 

AMST Ameri<an Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 

AMST201 Introduction to American Studies 

(3) Grode Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Introduction to Amencon culturol studies — post and present — 
by examining tlie concept ol "self" in Amencan outobiogtaphicol writing and the con- 
cept of "society" in occounts of vonous communities- 
0101(00280) STAFF MTuTh9:30om-l]:45om niF 1103) 

0201(00281) STAFF MTuTb 9:30om-l] :45am (TLF 1103) 

AMST203 Popular Culture in America 

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

CORE: Humanities (HO) An introduction to American popular culture, its histoticol devel- 
opment, and its role as a reflection of and influence on our culture and society. 

0201 (00291) Mintz, L. MW l:00pm^:20pm (TIF 1101) 

AMST204 Film and American Culture Studies 

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

CORE: Humonities (HO) Exploration of the Americon film from on histoncol perspective, 
illustrating the motion picture's role os on institutional phenomenon, os o form of com- 
municotion, ond as a source of cross-cultural study. 
0101(00301) lounsburv,M. MW6:30pm-9:50pni aiF 1101) 

AMST330 Critics of American Culture 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F 

Prcfeijmte: piioi come m iMSI, HISl or SOCY. Philosophies of American sociol pur- 
pose ond promise. Readings from "clossicol" American thinkers, contemporory sociol 
commentotors, and American studies scholars. 
0201(00311) STAFF luTh 12:50pm-4:10pm (TIF 1103) 

AMST386 Experiential Learning 

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

Individuol Instruction course: contact department or instructor to obtoin section number 
Fmetftiisile: leormg Fwposal appmed by Itie Office of Ixpenential Learning 
Programs, Ideally sponsor, anil student's mteinship sponsor. S6 semestei tours. 

AMST398 Independent Studies 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contort department or instrurtor to obtain sedion number. 

AMST418E Cultural Themes in America: Race, 
Gender and Identity 

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

0101 (00325) Quinn TuTb 4:30pm-7:50pm (TIF 1103) 

AMST418P Cultural Themes in America: 
Electronic Exhibitions & 
F^iblications In American Studies 

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

0101(00335) Pooletti, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

This course meets twice: Saturday, 6/6/98 and Soturdoy, 7/1 1/98 from lOom- 
1 2pm, in CSS 1 4 1 0, and oil other meetings will be through the Internet This 
course requires extensive use of the Internet. Students must hove a WAA( occouni 
prior to June 2, 1 998. For further technicol requirements, contort instrurtor, )o 
Pooletti, lp4@umoil.umd- edu or coll 405-6646. 

AMST418Q Cultural Themes in America: High 
School Extracurricular Activity and 
the Acculturation of American 
Adolescents 

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

0201 (00345) Adoms, P TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm aiF 1101) 

This course examines the role of high school extrocumculor ortivities including inter- 
scholostic sports, music groups, social and scholoshc orgonizotions, that ore impottont 
ports of the trodihonol high school expenence. It considers both the serious, lormol sig- 
nificonce of these ocnvilies and the unofficial sociol meanings resulting from both the 
sonrtioned and non-sonrtioncd behovior ol students ossocioted with events such ns 
Homecoming, Prom, ond Groduotion ond the imoges of these events ond ochvihes in 
popular culture. 



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

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

Fieteqaisite: a course in orre ol the lollowmg — iMSI, lilm, IwenristlHentury 
American history, AKIH, or SOCY Inveshgoting the interaction between the lilm medium 
and on ero of significont culturol change, the course will emphasize: 1 ) institutionol foe- 
tore; 2) Hollywood genres; 3) documentaries ond experimental observolion ond lelorm. 
0101 (00355) lounshury, M. MW 1 :00pm-4:20pm m 1 101) 

AMST429A Perspectives on Popular Culture: 
Guys and Molls : The Hard Boiled 
Detective Novel and American 

Society 

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

0101(00365) Kelly, R. TuTh l:00pm-4 20pm (TIF 1103) 

This course examines the representolion ol the hord^ioiled detertive in Americon medio 
ond relotes die figure ol the pnvote detertive to inlert wined issues ol knowledge, trust, 
power, ond nsk intrinsic to modern society. In addition to novels by Doshiell Hommett, 
Raymond Chondlei, and Ross Macdonold, souice motenol foi the course will include 
films such OS The Maltese Falcon; selerted episodes from such television seiies os The 
Rockford Files; and on outohiogmphy. 

AMST429E Perspectives on Popular Culture: 
Television Situation Comedy 

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

0201(00375) Mint7,L MW6:00pm-9:20pm aiF 1103) 

AMST4291 Perspectives on Popular Culture: 
Black Popular Culture in American 
Society 

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

0101 (00385) Geoige, E TuTh 9:00am-l 2:20pm (JRN 1 104) 

This course will exomine contemporory Block popular culture in die US hom die 
1 970's to die 1 990's. Film, television, literature, odvertisements, ond music will be 
exomined as o culturol products rtiot leflerts die poituculor values and edios of Slock 
Americans in poiticuloi at rtiis moment in history. We will explore how polificol ond his- 
toncol fortors such os die "war on poverty," die Rsogon years, and die Rodney King 
incident influenced die produrtion of Black popular culture. 

AMST698 Directed Readings in American 
Studies 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

AMST799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number. 

AMST899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort depoitment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number 

AN$C Animal $<ien<e 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 
ffie lollowirrg courses may involve the use olammols. Students who are concerned 
about the use ol onimols in teaching hove the responsibility to contact the inshuctor 
prior to course enrollment to detemine whether animals aie to be used in the course, 
whelhei doss exercises involving animals are ophanat or rer\uiied and what alteinotives, 
if any, ore ovoiUle. 

ANSC386 Experiential Learning (PermKeqj 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Prereguisite\ learning Proposal approved by the Office of hpetiential looming 
fragioms, loculty sponsor, and student's internship sponsor 56 semester hours. 
0101(00450) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(00451) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

ANSC399 Special Problems in Animal Science 

(PemReq) 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number 



ANSC660 I'oulirv Literature 

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

Reodings on individuol topics ore ossigned. Wntten reports required. Mediods of onoly- 

sis and presentohon of scienhfic motenol ore discussed. 
0101 (00463) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(00464) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ANSC688 Special Topics: Mammary Gland 

Biolog)' tfernhq) 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201(00474) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ANSC699 Special Problems in Animal Science 

IfemReq) 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instiurtor to obtain sertion number 

ANsa99 Master's Thesis Research (FemKecil 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number. 

ANSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermKeql 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
Individuol Instrurtion course: contort department or instmctor to obtain sertion number 



ANTH Anthropology 



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

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

CORE: Behavioral ond Sociol Science (SB) DIVERSITY Credit will be granted far only one 
ol the lollowmg: MIH 102 at iHIH 260. formerly iNIH 102. Culhjre and social relo- 
honships in o wide vonely of settings from smolkcole to complex sociehes. An 
overview of how ondiropology onolyzes humon behovior Porticulor ottenhon to die 
relotionship between longuoge ond culture. 
0101(00539) Stuort,W. MTuW9:30om-l 1:45am (KEY 01 19) 

ANTH360 Method and Theory in 

Sociocultural Anthropology 

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

Preiegaisite: ANIH 260. Theoreticol approaches and reseorch mediods in sociocultural 
onthropology Emphosis on current debates, new dirertions, ond dieii histoncol 
ontecedents. 
0101(00549) Stuort,W. MTuW l:00pm-3:l 5pm (WDS 1128) 

ANTH386 Experiential Learning IFemReql 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-R 

Individuol Instruction course: contact department or instrurtor to obtain sertion number 
Prereguisrtes: learning Proposal approved by the Office ol bperiential looming 
Programs, lacully sponsor ond shident's internship sponsor: upper division status: pw- 
mrssiori ol department Secommended: completion ol advanced courses in relevant sub- 
field ol anthropology S6 semester hours. ForMH majors only. 

Approvol at Instructor Required; check widi Deportment for Section (ond index) Number 

ANTH398A Independent Study IPemReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol Instmrtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number. 
Approvol of Instrurtor required; check widi Department for Sertion (and index) Number 

ANTH486 Honors Research 

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

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instructor to obtoin sertion number 
Prerequisites: permission af deportment, admission to University Honors Program or 
inthrapalogy Honors Program, for AHfH molars only Credit will be granted for only one 
of the following: MH 486 oiiHJH 476. fopstone couise in which students pursue 
independent research into o current problem in ondiropology, selected widi ossistonce of 
committee of foculty. Research leads to die wrihng of on honors thesis in o 



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AKTH487 Honors Thesis 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual Instiuctim axra: contoO deportment a instmctw to otoin secliod numbei. 
Piemfjistss: Ml 486: pernmon d defa/trmt oilimson lo Um^sily Hoim 
Pwgrm or Mmpology Hornn Progrni. Fa UNIH imfK only. Credit wtbegmled lot 
anyone of ttie htmg: iHTH 487 oi iHIH 411 CopstDoe touise in <Mt stutlmis 
write a Ihess on the rsuk t^ inrjepenierit teseadi intoo wrrertt problem in ontliropohgy. 

ANTH496 Field Methods in Archaeology 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

fom)erlyttllH499. Field Iroining in Itie lediniques of oidioeological survey ond excomlMn. 

0101(00655) lorjer.E. 

Meets 06/01 /9W)7/1 0/98 MTuWIhF 8;00oM:00pm (Arranged) 
This (ourse fuHk reguiretnenls for ANTH 340- 

AHTH6B9A Special Problems in Anthropology 
(PermKeql 
(l-i)Grode Method: REGAE 

Individuol Instmction course: contort deportment or instnirtor to obtoin sertion number 
Approval of Instructor required; check with Deportment for Section (and index) Number. 

ANTH696 Field Methods in Archaeolog)^ 

(6) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

lmieilfiMii699JieUiiomginlktedtni(iue5oloniKieolosicdsii'teyaiiilexamtion. 

0101(00689) lorsenj- 

Meets 06/01/98^7/10/98 MTuWTtiF 8:00om^:00pm (Arranged) 

AKTH705 Internship IPermReql 
(3-12) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruflion course: contort deportment or instnirtor to obtoin sertion num- 
ber Prererfuisile: MH 701- Probleimjnented internship witli on opprapriote public 
ogency oi privote institution under the diredion of o focully ond ngency supervisor 

4pprora/ ol Instnictor retjuiieil; check with deportment lor Section (ond index) 
Umber 

ANTH712 Internship Analysis (PermXeq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain section nuirh 
ber. Prerequisite: HHIH 705. /he pieporotion and presentation ol internship reports, 
development of skilb in report wrihng and presentotion. The completion of o profes- 
sional quality report bosed on the internship experience. Review of problems in ethics 
and professionol development. 

Apptovol of Instractor required; check with Deportment for Sertion (and index) Number 



ARCH Architecture 



(Architecture) 

ARCH170 Introduction to the Built 

En%"ironTnent 

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

CORE: Hstory or Theory of Arts (HA) Inttoduflion to conceptual, perceptuol, behovioral 
ond technical aspects of environmentol design; methods of onolysis, problem solving 
and prajefl implementohon. 

0101(00796) Eroncescoto, G. MTuWIhF 11 :00am-l 2:40pm (ARCH 05) 
ARCH220 Histon,' of Architecture I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Survey of Western orcbiterturol history to the Renaissance. With considerotion of poroT 
lei developments in the Eastern Wodd. 

0101(00806) Sounders, E. MTuWIhF 9:30om-10:50om (ARC 1101) 

ARCH221 History of Architecture II IPermKeqj 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: MICH 220 or permission ol deportment. Survey of Westem orcbiterturol 
history from die Renossonce to die Twenhelh Century. With consideration ol porallel 
developments in die Eostem WoHd. 

./O' (0O816) Vonn,R. MIuWniF9:00om-10:50om (ARC 1101) 

ARCH223 History of Non-Western 

Architecture IFemlleq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 
CORE: History or Theory ol Alts (HA) DIVERSITY Survey of orchitecturol history indiid- 



ing prehistoric and vernoculor; oncient civilizotions of Egypt, Mesopotomio ond the 
Indus volley; the Islamic world; Hindu and Buddhist tradihons of Asia; and pre- 
European Ahico ond die Americas. 
C201 (00826) Vonn,R. TuTh 7:00pm-10:00pm (ARC 1105) 

ARCH242 Drawng 1 

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

Introduces die student to basic techniques of sketching and use of vahous medio. 
0101(00836) Escobol, L MW7:00pm-10:00pm (ARC 1103) 

ARCH343 Drawing II: Line Drawing 

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

Pieiequisite: MCH 400 or permission ol department For AKCH majors only. Basic free 
hand line drawing for architectural perception ond design. 
0101(00848) GoodillM. MW7:00pm-10:20pm (ARC1127) 

ARCH408C Selected Topics in Architecture 

Studio: College Park Studio (Fermieql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ARCH 600 ond UMCP graduate stotus. Not approved for 3 ond one+olf 

year M.Arch students. 
0101(00858) Oupuy, K. MWTh 1 00pm-5:00pm (ARC 1 1 05) 

020! (00859) Schumacher, T. MWTh 1 :00pm-5:00pm (ARC 1 1 03) 

Comprehensn/e building ond udion design; studio ophons in odvonced topicol problems. 

ARCH428 Selected Topics in Architectural 

Histor)' IPermKeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contort department or instructor to obtoin sertion num- 
ber. Mojots only Contort L Vonn for informotion. 

ARCH429 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History (PermReql 

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

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion num- 
ber Majors only. Contort L Vann for inlormohon. 

ARCH445 Visual Analysis of Architecture 

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

Prerequisite: tKH 40 1 and iPCH 343, or permission ol deporhnent. Visuol principles 
of architeflural design through graphic onolysis. 

0101(00875) GoodillM TuTh 7.00pm-l 0:00pm (ARC 1123) 
ARCH470 Computer Applications in 
Architecture IPermKeql 
(3) Grode Method: REG. 
Prerequisite: HICH 400 or pemiission ol deporhnent Introdurtion to computet pro- 
gramming and utilization, with emphasis on orcbiterturol opplicohons. 
0101(00885) Bovill,C. MW7:00pm-l 0:20pm (ARC 1123) 

ARCH47 Independent Studies in 

Architecture iPemReq) 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Inshurtion course: contort deportment or instiurtor to obtoin section number 

ARCH483 Field Archaeolog)' (Permlleql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite permission oldepamnenl. Porticipotion in field oichaeology with an exco- 
vohon officially lecognized by proper autfiorifies of local government. 
0101(00908) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (00909) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

ARCH488C Selected Topics in Architectural 

Preserv ation: Cape May Workshop 

(t-4) Grade MeHiod: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (00919) STAFF 
Meets 05/30/98O6/1 3/98 Time ond room to be ononged 

ARCH628 Selected Topics in Architectural 
Histor\ : .Architectural History 



ARCH629 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History (PemKtri) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

IndMdual Instruction course: contort department or instrurtor to obtain sertion num- 
ber. Majors only. Contort L Vonn for informotion. 

ARCH678B Selected Topics in Architecture 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(00986) STAFF Time and room to be ortonged 

ARCH678F Selected Topics in Architecture: 

Facades 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0201 (01007) Schumochet, T. MW 7:00pm-l 0:20pm (ARC 1127) 

ARCH67BT Selected Topics in Architecture; 
T)pe and T)rpology 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(01037) Frnncescoto, G. Time ond room to be arranged 

AREC Agricultural and 
Resource Economics 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 

AREC386 Experiential Learning IPermReq) 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Individuol Inshurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion num- 
ber Prerequisite: Learning Proposal approved by the Office ol Fxperienhal learning 
Programs, loculiy sponsor, ond student's internship sponsor S6 semester hours. 

AREC399 Special Problems 
(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to obhiin sertion num- 
ber 

AREC699 Special Problems in Agricultural 
and Resource Economics 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instmction course: contort department or instrurtor to obtain sertion number 

AREa99 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instmction course: contort department or insftuctoc to obhiin section number. 

AREC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-B) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instiurtion course contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion number. 



ARTH Art History & 
Archaeology 



(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Mojors only. Contort L Vonn for informotion. 
0101(00949) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(00950) STAFF Time ond room to be onoriged 

www . inform . umd . edu/su 



(Arts and Humanities) 

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

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Ho credit toward the major can be received lor 
this course. Major approaches to understanding the visual arts, and includes analysis ol 
techniques, subject mottet, ond form. Poinhng, sculphire, architechire, and the graphic 
arts. 
0101(01359) Kita,S, MTuWf 9:30am-10:50am (ASY3211) 

Th9:3Dam-10:50am(ASY3211)Dis 
0201 (01360) Colontuono, A. MTuWF 9:30om-l 0:50am (ASY 321 1) 
Th9:30am-10:50am(ASY321))Dis 

ARTH200 Art of the Western World to 1300 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Formerly iSIH 260. Poinhng, sculpture, ond 
orchitecture from prehislonc times W die Renaissance. 
0101(01370) STAFF MTuWTh ll:00om-12:20pm (ASY3211) 

Fll:00aml2:20pm (ASY 3211) Dis 

0201(01371) DennyD, MTuThF2:00pm-3:20pm (ASY 3211) 

W2:OOpm-3:20pm (ASY 3211) Dis 



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amm An of the Western World after 1300 
(3)Gra<leMel<iod:ltEG/AUD. 

Mut fram Ihe tenossonce Id Ae present. 
:??U01381) CotoMav.A. M1iiWDil1;OOam'12:20pRi(AiiC1IOI) 
F11:00an-12:20piii(«f!CI101)(lis 

AJmi2« Art of Asia 

(3|6ndelMnl:IIEG/P-F/AUD. 

COCt HEkXf V Iheoy of «(K (HU nVEKSnY fiim»V /Vm 7i(;. Soulti and East 
jlson at foni pnNslay Anugh Ae mMuieeriii centuy. 
020; (01391) 60,1. MIuWHi9:30am-10:5(JamlAK1103) 

F9:30ani'10:50ani(AiiC1l03)Dis 

mass Twentieth-Centur> Art 
laiGnritHdlnlilfE/P-r/AUO. 

M) otA Mai/ fc /iqior on te iBcnetf fa As a»K SuPRy rf mojot trends in 
potng ori sm^w. n Einpe ond tmerioi. fi«m {fpraiinnlcly 1900 to Ihe present 

:;Cl(OI401) Demy,0. MtuWIhf 12:30pm-l:50pm (ASY32I1) 

AimUtt Experiential Learning (himleq) 
{U)6nitlktiatm/r-f. 

InMud tElnidian cous: contact deporliiient ar ins»ix)n 10 ohnin sedion rutto 
l>e«qusfe teoav Ai|W^ qpiniwd ty Ae Ofib o^EipmnlW 1^^ 
htfniilKatrsfmoi end sludat'sialemsHpsiioasx 56 semester Ims. 

amn Directed Studies in Art History I 

Ifemlleq) 

12-3) Grade Method: lEG/P-f/AUD. 
bdnlud lnai«lion couse: codtnct depottmoit a retniflw Ic otmin section nmtief. 

«nM99 Directed Studies in Art Histon,- II 
Ifwnteq) 
(2-3) Grade tMad:IK/P-F/*UD. 

hivMid Inslnxta ODHse: cntel defoMent a inslnictoi to obtoii section nuinbef. 

«m699 Special Topics in .\rt History 
(3) Grade Method: UG/AUD. 

bvMd hsliution coune: contKt depomnem a iistiudor 10 oMn seclwi miiibef. 

ABHTW Masters Thesis Research 
(1-i) Grade MeM: (EG. 

InMuol Insliijdnn couk: contact department or instiudix Id obtain section nuniiief. 

Am)S99 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: IK. 

InMud instnxtion ause: contact detntment or 'nstrucRx m oiMn section noinber. 

ARTT Art Studio 

vArts .^nd Hum.\n;ties) 
Altmoo Two Dimensional .Art Fundamentals 
(3)GnideMdhod:lt£G/P-F/AUD. 

CiedtrabegnrledkoiJfmoltlKf*Hiins:jmm./mm,D(SHIOl 

or >I/VS 10/. FortnetV AI^TS 100. Piindples and eiemetm of pjctocid space exniiined 

through the rnnpulotian and orgoniziition of vonous moteiials. 

0101(01472) Cioig,P. MTuWlli9«)am-ll:30om(ASY2314) lA 

:::; (01473) IhopeJ. MliWlh9«)im-ll:30iin(M«HO401)lji 

unnio Elements of Drawing I 
(3) Gnde Method: (EG/r-f/AUD. 

forneV 4J^ no. 11^ Old leted tediaques ID depict stHe, figue and xtue. 
0101(01483) Hi(npii«y,M. MluWlh 9:30an)-l 2:00pm (ASY 2317) Id) 
::;m (01484) nopej. MiiWni12K)0pnv2:30pm(M»l0401)lit 

Atmso Introduction to Art Theory 
(3) Grade Method: RfG/P-F/AUD. 

COfEE: KslDiY or Iheory of Am (HA) bormlion of contenvoninf art review of glob- 
of, phiosoptK and aiticd potions b|r the eomination of woks tt ait. 
0101 (01494) iOanl:. li. 

Meets 04/01/9806/18/98 MltiWIh 7«)pm-10:20pm (ASY 2309) 
:;:' (01495) lflw,S. MW12«)pm-3:20pm(AliC1125) 



AIOTJOO Three Dimensional Art 
Fundamentals 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

PiaequBhe-.tlinim CiedilwilbegrMedhaiymollkkkmg:!^ 
/JUS 200. DISH W2.«/m 102 fomwV APR 200 Hieedimensiorai forni ond 
spoce emmined through Ihe manipulation on) otgonizolion of xnious moleiials. 
0101(01505) ShomJ. MluWlh 10:00om-12:30pm (ASY 1311) 

AJtinoac Intermediate Special Topics in Art: 
Special Topics Studio/Color 
(3) Grade Method: REG/f-F/AUD. 

0101(01515) Craig, P WIijWTh9:00am-l 1:30am (ASY 2314) 

AKTT210 Elements of Drawing II 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-f/AUD. 

ft8re<)iB»B:Affr/IO fomwf^ATOZ/ftContinuotionof ARTniOwithodditional 

emphasis on pictoiiol spoce. 
0101 (01525) Hun^ihiBV, tt. MTuWIh 9:30am-12:00pm «SY 2321) lot 
0201(01526) IhoipeJ. MTuWlhl2«)pn>2:30[ni(MMH0401)li* 

A(TT320 Elements of Painting 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

fteregoBite; 4W 2/0 fmeily iflS 320. Basic took ond kmguoge of pointirg. Oil 
ond/orwitBfteed paints. Section 0101 focuses on oil pointirg. Section 0201 focus- 
es on ooyic palming. 
0101 (01 536) Craig, P. MTuWIh 1 2:00pm-2;30pm (ASY 3322) lob 

:2C' (01537) Hanih(e»,M. HTuWlh9:30am-12:0Opm (ASY 3322) lob 

AnT320l Elements of Painting 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 
/teEQUisite: AIIJJ2W- fomeily MS 320. Focus on wotetcoiot. 

0101(01547) KlonlcR. 

Meets 06/01/9806/18/98 MTuWIh l:00pm6:00pm (ASY 2317) 

ARinaa Elements of Sculpture: Wood and 
Mixed Media 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pmequisiles: ilUJ 200: and ifU 2 / 0. Basic sojlptural lechniques ond pcocesses using 
wood and mixed mecSo. 
0101(01557) Sham,F. MTuWIh l:00pnv3:30pm (ASY 1311) 

ARTT341 Elements of Printmaldng: Woodcut 
and Relief 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-f/AUD. 

/te(|«ate:/lWT?/fl. forow(y/W534/. Bosic techniques ond processes reloted to 

woodcuts, inoculs and other retef medio. 
0101(01567) MoKHe.A MTuWTh9O0orii-ll:30om (ASY 1317) 
3201(01568) BlazmJ. MTuWTh9:00om-ll:30om (ASY 1317) 

ARTT353 Elements of Photography 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
ftaequisites: WI ]00anHlinU0) apeimissm c^ department. Introduction to 
blade ond while pholagraphy. Basic technicol and aesthetic vocobuloiY, camera mechon- 
ics and dotboom lechikiues. Imtoduction to the photographic message and meaning in 
bolh hne oit ond design concept. 

0101(01578) lyioler, B. MTuWIh l:00pm-3:30pm (MMH 0401) 

G20: (01579) TYralet,B. 

Meets 07/1 3/98O8/06/98 MTuWTh 1 :00pnh4;00pni (MMH 0401 ) 

ARTT354 Elements of Computer Graphics 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Piwsjusites: (MIH 100 and iXH 110) or pemmm ol deportmenf. Introduction to 
computer graphio, imaging, Jkistration ond mixed medic. 
0101(01589) Me(fcy,C MTuWIh 12:30pm-3:OOpm (ASY 331 IE) L* 

ARIT418 Drawing 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01599) Humphrey, M. MTuWTh 9:30om-12:OOpni (ASY 2317) lub 
:;; ' (OI6OO) Ihoipe, 1. MluWIh 12.-flOpm-2:30pm (MMH 0401) Irii 

ARTT4UB Drawing: Focus on Watercolor 

Wash 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(01610) K)onk.R. 
Meets 06/01/98<)6/18/98 MTuWIhF 1K)flpm6:00pm (ASY 2317) 



ARTT428 Painting 

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

Sectnn 0101 will focus on orl point. 
01 01(01 620) Craig, P MTuWIh 1 2:00pm-2:30pm (ASY 3322) liib 

:;:■ (01621) Humphtey.M. MTuWIh 9:30am-12:0flpm (ASY 3322) Lob 

ARIT428A Painting: Water Color 
(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

0101(01631) Klonk.R. 

Meets 06/01/9M6/18/98 MTuWIh l:00pm^:00pm (ASY 2317) 

ARTT438D Sculpture: Advanced Sculpture 
(fermKeq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(01641) Shorn, F, MTuWIh l:00pm-3:30pm (ASY 1311) lub 

heiequisites: MI 333 and pemussm of mtnxta. 

ARTT468B Seminar on the Interrelationship 

between Art and Art Theory: Issues 
in Contemporars' Art 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(01651) HonlcR. 

Meets 06/01/9806/18/98 MTuWIh 7:OOpm-10:20pni (ASY 2314) 

ARIT489I Advanced Special Topics in Art: Art 
and Art Theorv' (hrmieii) 

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

0201(01661) Rotnopolo, N. MTuWIh 12:30pm-3:OOpm (ASY 3311E) 
This course is an on course for students with experience in computer imoging. Shjdenls 
will be permitted to worts occording to their own level of expertise with Ihe guidonce of 
the instructor. Adobe Photoshop, Ofoh), fracHil Design Pointer, MicoSott Woni, ond 
Quark Express ore some of the softwore programs thot will be expkxed. 

ARTT498 Directed Studies in Studio Art 

IPermHeql 

(2-31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: conlDct deportment or instmcln In obtain sednn number. 

ARTT698 Directed Graduate Studies in 

Studio Art IPermfeql 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or instraclor to obtoin section number. 



ASTR Astronomy 



(complter, m.mhematic.al and physical 
Sciences) 

ASTRIOO Introduction to Astronomy 
13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science (PS) Credit hiiSTHlOO cannot be obtained after, « amulto- 
neousiy with, receiving aedit for any astronomy coarse numbered 250 or bigber. Oedrt 
wil be granted for only one of tbefollomng.iSW lOOoriSIf 101 arm 120 An 
elementory course in descriptive csttonomy, espeaolly oppropriote for noi«dence stu- 
dents. Sun, moon, plonels, slurs ond nebulae, goloxies, evoluhon. CORE Physicol 
Science LnbonmrY (Pt) Course only when roken concurently with ASTR 1 1 1 . CORE 
Physicol Science Non4i)boratory (PS) Course when token otone. 
0101(01724) STAFF MTuWIhF9:30am-10:50am (CSS 2400) 

0201(01725) STAFF MIuWIhF 9:30am-10:50am (CSS 2400) 

ASIR101 General Astronomy 

(41 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Physical Science luh (PU Oec/rt/iy>(S7)f 101 cannot be abltmd after, onmi- 
taneoiisly with, receimg aedit for arty astronomy course numbered 250 or bigber. Oedt 
wil be gmnled for ontf one of Hre following: ASJS lOOoriSJH 101 oriSli 120. 
Oesaiftye astronomy, approfmite for ironsdenre mr/ors. Sun, moon, plonels, stars, 
nehukie, gokixies ond evolution. Inboratoiv exercises include use of pholDgrophic moteii- 
nl, computer simutations and observing sessions if weothei pemiits. 

0201 (01735) STAFF MTuWIhf 9:30om-10:50am (CSS 

2400) Tulh 1 1 :00om-l :00pm (CSS 1 1 09) Lob 

ASIR288 Special Projects in Astronomy fftniife?; 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instnictkjn course: contact deportment or instructor to ohoin section number. 
Prior orargemenls must be mode with o foculty membet r order to register for Ihis course. 



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ASTR386 Experiential Learning IPermSeql 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG. 

Pmequisile: Lmning Praposo/ appmed by the Office of Ixpeiienlial iemifig 
Piogram, faailty sporaoi, and student's mfsras/iip sponsor. 56 semester toure. 

0101(01783) Deming,G. lime ond room to be ortnnged 
ASTR498 Special Problems in Astronomy 

(Fermfeql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Individuol Instiuctioo touisc; contort deportment or Instructor to obtoin section number. 
Pnot amingements must be mode with o kuhy member in order to register tor this course. 

AST1I699 Special Problems in Advanced 
Astronomy 

(1-i) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Indivlduol Instruflion course: contort deportment or instiuctot to obtoin section number 

ASTR799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indivlduol Instturtion course; contort deportment or instiuctor to obtoin section number 

ASTR899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indwiduol instruflion couree: contort deportment or instturtor to obtoin section nombet. 



BCHM Biochemistry 



(Life Sciences) 

BCHM261 Elements of Biochemistn' 

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

Prereputsrte: CHIM 104 or fflf/U 233 or CHfM 235. Not open to students who have 
completed BCHM 461. For undergrodunte students who desire o onfrsemestei bio- 
chemistry course rottiei tbon o two-semester sequence. Bosic chemistry ond metabo- 
lism of most molecules of biological importnnce. 
0101(01994) STAFF MTuWThF 4:00pm-5:20pm (CHM 1 402) 

BCHM461 Biochemistry I 

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

Prereciuisite: MM 243 or CHIM 241. A comprehensive introduction to general biochem- 
rstiy. The chemistry ond metnbokm of cad)ohydrates, lipids, nucleic ocids, and proteins. 
0101 (02004) STAFF MIuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (CHM 1407) 

BCHM462 Biochemistry II 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Piereqtiisite: BCHM 461 i conhnuation of BCHM 461. 
0201 (02014) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (CHM 1402) 

BCHM699 Special Problems in Biochemistry 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indmduol Instrurtion course: contofl deportment or instrufloi to obtoin sertion number 

8CHM799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

individual Instruflion course: contort deportment or instturtor to obtoin sertion number. 

BCHM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instturtor to obtain section number 

BIOL Biological Sciences 

(Life Sciences) 

BiDtlOl Concepts of Biology 

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

An intiodurtory lecture course for the nonsoence mo^ emphasizing the fundomentol 
praesses ond interdependence of living organisms and the bkilogral implKotions ossodoted 
with humon influence in the biological viodd. This course will not count lowoid groduotion 
requirements for ony student in the Coltege of life Sciences or the College of Agncuhre. 
0101(02079) Fournier.A. MWF 9:30om-ll;45om (PLS 1140) 



8101102 Laboratorv' in Biology 

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

fre- or coreguisite: BIOl 101 k course designed for non-science students to illustrote 

the concepts underlying the orgonizotion ond interrelotionships of living orgonisms. 

This course will not count toward graduohon requirements for ony student in the 

College of Life Sciences or the College of Agncultwe. 
0101(02089) PressonJ. TuTb9:00am-ll:50am (HJP 2103) Lob 
0102(02090) PressonJ. TuTh 12:00pm-2:50pm (HJP 2103) Lob 
0103(02091) PressonJ. TuTh 3:00pm-5:50pm (HJP 2103) Lob 

8I0L105 Principles of Biolog)' I 
(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: life Science Lob (LL) Prereguislte: placement in MAJH 1 10 or highei. for science 
majors. Credit will be granted far only one of the following: BIOL 101 or BIOl 105. 
Bosic principles of biology with speciol emphosis on celluloi ond moleculoi biology 
010) (02101) STAFF MWF 9:30om-ll:50om (HJP 0226) 

TuTh 9:00om-12:00pm (HJP 1226) Lob 
0102(02102) STAFF MWF 9:30nm-ll:5Dnm (HJP 0226) 

TuTh 9:00nm-12:00pm (HJP 1236) lob 
0103(02103) STAFF MWF 9:30om-ll:50om (HJP 0226) 

TuTbl2:0Opm-3:0Opm (HJP 1226) Lob 
0104(02104) STAFF MWF 9:30om-ll:50om (HJP 0226) 

TuTh 12:00pm-3:00pm (HJP 1236) Lob 
01 05 (02 1 05) STAFF MWF 9:30am-l 1 :50om (HJP 0226) 

TuTh 9:00am-12:00pm (HJP 1235) Lob 

BI0L106 Principles of Biolog)' II 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Life Science Lob (LL) Prereguisite: BIOl 105. far science majors Bosic principles 
of biology with special emphasis on orgonismic, ecological ond evolutionniy biology 
0201(02127) Deckei.M. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (PLS 1130) 

TuWTh8:00am-ll:00om(ZOP 0245) Lob 
0202 (021 28) Deckel, M. MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (PLS 1 1 30) 

TuWThl:00pm4:O0pm(ZOP 0245) Lob 

BI0L222 Principles of Genetics 

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

Prerequisites: BIOl 105, one year college chemistry. Credit will be granted fat only 
one of the following: ZOOi ?) 3, HOST ?74, or MSf ?0 / Principles ond mechanisms 
of heredity and gene expression. Considers plant, onimol, ond mictobiol orgonisms. 
0181(02139) Jock,L MW 6:00pm-9:00pm (SVM 0200) 

TuTh6:00pm-8:00pm(PLS1168)0is 

020 1 (021 40) Imberski, R. MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50om (ZOP 1 250) 

IuThFll:OOom-l :00pm (70P1 232) Dis 

0202(02141) Imberski, R, MTuWThF 9:30nm-10:50om (ZOP 1250) 

TuThFll:OOnm-l :00pm (ZOP 2283) Dis 

8101488 Topics in Environmental Biolog)' 
for Secondary and Middle School 
Teachers iPemKeql 

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

0101(02152) Kent.B, 

Meets 06/22/98-07/24/98 MTuWThF 9:00om^:00pm (ZOP 2245) 

MTuWThF 9:00om^:00pm (ZOP 0249) Lob 

BI0L489A Topics in Biology for Secondary 
and Middle School Teachers 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(02162) Kent, B, Time and room to be orronged 



BMGT Business and 
Management 



(Business and Manageiiient) 
BMGTllO Introduction to Business and 
Management 

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

Hoi open to SMGf students who hove completed 56 at more credit hoars, ill others 

may take it onyhme. A suivey of the held of business, including its environment, orgo 

nizohon, overoll ond hinflionol monogement, ond current issues ond developments, 

0101(02212) Gnmm,C. MW6:40pm-10:OOpm (VMH 1203) 



BMGT20I Introduction to Business 
Computing 

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

for BMOl majors only Hot open to students who have completed BMCf 301 prior to 
fall 1997. Basic literacy course using common business computei-bosed opplicnhons. 
Considers the role of informohon technology in the modern workplocc, os well os the 
use of comparing upplicohoos in problem solving. 
0101(02222) Choires.M. TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1206) 
01 02 (02223) Choires, J. TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1 303) 

0201 (02224) Speor, R. MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (ARC 1105) 

BMGT220 Principles of Accounting I 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Sophomore standing. Bosic theory and techniques of contemporory hnoncini account- 
ing. Includes the occounring cycle ond the pieporation of finonciol stolemenis foi single 
ownei ond poitnersbip forms of business orgonizohons operating os service componies 
or meichondisers. 

0101 (02234) Loeb, M. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (VMH 1202) 

01 02 (02235) Loeb, M. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1202) 
0201(02236) Troy.C. MIuWThF 9:30om-10:50nm (VMH 1202) 

0202 (02237) Troy C. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1 202) 

8MGT221 Principles of Accounting II 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: 8MG1 220. Bosic theory ond techniques of occounring for monogeriol 
decision making. Involves the inttodurtion of the corpororion and monuforturing opera- 
rions. Includes cost-volumeiirohr onolysis and copitol badgering. Inrioduces the topics 
of income toxofion ond intemofionol occounring. 
0101(02247) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30nm-10:50om (ZOP 1238) 

0102(02248) Peters, M. MW6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD2108) 

0201 (02249) Borros<orrero,M. MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm (VMH 1206) 

0202 (02250) Borros-Correro, M. MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (TYD 2109) 

BMGT230 Business Statistics 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: MiW 220. Hot open to shidents who have completed BMGI 231, SHEE 
324, arSfif 40O Credit will be granted for only one of the following: MEC 484, 
BIOM 301, BM61 230. CHEC 400 ECOH 321, EDMS 451, OEOS 305, OWE 422, 
PSK 200 SOCy 20 1, UfSP 350, or lEXf 40O Inriodurtory course in prabobilisric 
ond storishcol concepts including descriprive storisrics, set-dieoreric development of 
prabobility, die praperries of disciete ond conrinuous rondom voriobles, sampling theo- 
ry, esrimorion, hypothesis tesring, regression, decision theory ond the opplicorion of 
these concepts to problem solving in business ond monogement. This course does not 
meet requiiements for monogement science ond storisrics majors. 
0101(02260) Widhelm,W TuTh 2:00pm-5.20pm (VMH 1311) 
0102(02261) Widhelm,W. Tulh6:40pm-10:00pm (TY0 2106) 
0201 (02262) Alt, F. MW 8:00am-l 1 :20am (VMH 1 203) 

0202(02263) Alt, F MW2:OOpm-5:20pm (TYD2109) 

BMCT231 Statistical Models For Business 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Ptetequisite: MA1H 141 or permission of deportment Pequited for management sci- 
ence and stahshcs and decision ond informohon sciences majors. Ciedit will be granted 
for only one of the following: BMOf 23 1, EHEE 324, or SJif 40O An inriodurtory 
course in stntisricnl concepts including probability hom n noive set theory appronch, 
rondom vorinbles ond rtieii properries, ond die probability distnburions of selerted dis- 
crete ond conrinuous random variables. The concepts of sampling, sompling disriibu- 
rions, ond the opplicorion of these concepts to esrimorion ond hypothesis tesring ore 
included os ore brief surveys of the regression and onovo models. 
0101(02273) STAFF TuTh 2:OOpm-5:20pm (TYD2111) 

BMGT302 Business Computer Application 
Programming 
(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prereguisite: 8M6I 201 or CMSC 102 or CMSC 103 or permission af deportment Hot 
open to computer science shidents. For 8MGJ majors only Considers chororterisriG of 
business doto pragramming ond common softwore development processes ond prac- 
rices. Covers die designing, wrihng, documenfing, ond tesring of on efhcient, sriuc- 
hiied program in visuol bosic 
0101(02283) Venkatesh,V TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1206) 
0201 (02284) VenkotcshV TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1314) 



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BMGT310 Iniermediale Accounting I 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Pieie(imite: 8M6I221 Comprehensive onalysis of finondol octounting topics teloted 

10 finoncio! stotemeni prepoiotion and external reporting 
0101(02294) Leung, K. MIuWTlif 1 1 :00oni-l 2;20pm (VMH 1 202) 

0102(02295) Leung, K. lulh iS:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1 207) 

0201(02296) Kim,0, M[i6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1206) 

BMGI311 Intermediate Accounting II 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

PieKquisile: SM6I3I0 Contimalioit olBm3!0. 
0101(02306) Show.K. MW6:40prihl0:00pm (VMH 1207) 

0201(02307) SIAFF MIuWThF 9:30nm-10:50om (VMH 1207) 

BMGT321 Cost Accounting 

(3) Gmde Method: REG. 

fmei\mile: 8MCf22l A study of the bosic concepts of product costing ond cost 
nnolysis for monogement plonning ond control, Emphosis is ploced on the role of the 
occountont in orgonizotionol monogement, onolysis of cost behovior, stondord cost, 
budgeting, responsibility occounting ond relevont costs for decision moking. 

0101(02317) Bedingfield, J. MVU3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1202) 
0201(02318) Bedingfield, J. MW3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1202) 



BMGT354 Promotion Management 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Fwwquiiile: SMCI 350. Morkeling communicotions theory with on in-depth tieotment 
of nil elements ol the promotion mix, including odvertising, soles promotion, direct 
mnrketing, public relnfions, ond personol selling. Concepts opplied through doss exer- 
cises, teom project, presentotion, ond discussions. 

0101(02386) Whitney, D. Tulh6:30prih9:50pm (TYD2108) 
BMGT357 Retailing and Marketing Internship 



8MGT323 Income Tax .Accounting 
13) Grade Method: REG. 

Pmeqmile. 8M6T 22] Intioduchon to fedetol income toxotion of individuols. 
Exominotion of tox lows by use of illustrohve exomples ond problems. 

0101(02328) Pontolone.V MW3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1207) 
0102(02329) Pfeiffer,G, Tulh 2:OOpm-5:20pm (VMH 1207) 

0201(02330) Pontolone.V MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1203) 

BMGT332 Operations Research For 
Management Decisions 

13) Gfode Method: REG. 

Fiewquisile: SM61 230. Surveys die philosophy, techniques, ond npplicotions of oper- 
ohons reseorch to monogeriol decision moking. The course is designed primoiily for 
students not mojoting in monogement science oi slolishcs. Techniques covered include 
lineor progromming, tronsportotion ond ossignment models, Mnikov processes, inveiv 
tory ond queueing models, Emphosis is ploced on foimulohng ond solving decision 
problems in die hjnctionol oreos of monogement, 
0101 (02340) STAff MW 2:OOpm-5:20pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT340 Business Finance 
13) Grade Method: REG. 



: BMGI 221: and IBM6J 230 oi SMOI 231) The pdnciples ond prac- 
tices involved in the orgonizohon, finoncing, ond lehobililotion of business enterprises; 
the vnrious types ol securities ond their use in raising hinds, opportioning income, risk, 
ond control, inteicorpoiote relations, ond new developments. Emphasis on solution of 
problems of financial policy foced by monogement, 

0101(02350) STAff MW6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD2102) 

0102(02351) STAff Tulh 6;40pm-10:00pm (TYD 0102) 

0201(02352) STAFF TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm (lYD 2109) 

0202(02353) STAFF MW6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT343 Investments 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Ptewquisile: 8M61 340. An introduction to hnonciol investments. Topics include securi- 
ties and securities morkets; investment risks, retums, and constraints; portfolio poli- 
cies; ond institotionol investment policies, 
0101(02363) Moslem,), MTuWTh ll:00om-12:40pm (VMH 1207) 

BMGT350 Marketing Principles and 
Organization 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: PCOH 203 or PCOH 205 An introduction to die concepts and principles 
of morkehng. including die moiketing of service ond nonprofit oigonizotions. Provides 
on oven/iew ol all die concepts in moiketing including lelohonship marketing, product 
development, pncing, piomotion, moiketing research, consumer behovior, intemohonol 
morkehng, distribution, and internol morketing to employees, 
0101(02373) Knemeyer,A, MTuVfThf 12 30pm-l :50pm (VMH 1203) 
0102(02374) Doisett,A Tulh 6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD 2102) 

0201 (02375) Pugh, K, MTuVnhf ll:00am-l 2:20pm (VMH 1314) 

0202 (02376) Boos, D, TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (TYD 2110) 



(3-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: SMCI 350 and peimissm ol department far SMQI majon only. 
Supervised work experience widi o firm engaged in morketing goods or services. 
Students opply concepts loomed in morkehng dosses ond onolyze die firm's orgonizo- 
fioool structure, environment, and morkehng strategy 

0201(02396) Wagner,!, Time and room to be arranged 

0202 (02397) Wagner, J, Time and room to be arranged 

8MGT360 Human Resource Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG, 

The basic course in humon resource monogement includes monpowei planning, recruit- 
ment, selection, development, compensofion, ond oppraisol ol employees. Explores 
the impoct of scienfific monogement and unionism on diese functions, 
0201(02407) Corroll,S, MW3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1314) 

0202(02408) Kovoch,K, MW3:OOpm-6;20pm (TYD 2102) 

BMGT362 Labor Relations 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

A shjdy of die development ond mediods of oigonized groups in industry wirti refer- 
ence to die setdement of loboi disputes. An economic ond legol nnolysis of laboi 
union and employei ossociotion ortivifies, oibitrohon, mediofion, ond conciliotion; col- 
lective borgoining, tiode ogreemenis, strikes, boycotts, lockouts, compony unions, 
employee repiesentohon, ond injunrtions, 

0101(02418) Levine,M, MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (VMH 1206) 

BMGT364 Management and Organization 
Theory 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

The development of monogement and oigonizofion dieory, nofiire of die monogement 
process and funchon ond its future development. The role of die monoger as on orgo- 
nizer and director, die communicotion process, goals ond responsibilites 

0101(02428) Levine,M. MTuWThf 9:30am-10:50am (VMH 1207) 

0102(02429) Bortol, K, MW3:00pm-6:2Opm (VMH 1311) 

01 03 (02430) Bortol, K, MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1311) 

0201(02431) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30Dm-10:50om (VMH 1311) 

0202 (02432) Carroll, S, MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1311) 

6MGT370 Introduction to Transportation 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: KOH 203: or ECOH 205. An overview of die tronsportofion sector, 
including providers, users and government agencies, Exomines contemporary public 
policy issues such as deregulohon olong widi monngeriol sfiotegies in trnnspoilofion, 
020 1 (02442) Quosney, T MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (VMH 1207) 

BMGT372 liuroduction to Logistics 
Management 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

The study of logishc funchons of business involved in die movement and storoge of 
supplies, work-in-progress ond finished goods. The tradeoffs behj/een cost ond service 
and die purchose ond supply of raw materials, the warehousing and confiol of invento- 
ry; indusmni pockoging; moteriols handling widiin worehouses, and die disfiibufion of 
finished goods to customers required to minimize costs, maximize profits or increose 
customer service levels, 

0101(02452) Evers, P MTuWTfiF 9:30om-10:50am (VMH 1303) 

BMCT373 Logistics and Transportation 
Internship tPemReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: BM01 320 and BMGI 312 (one ol these courses moy be taken os o 
corequisite) ond permission ol defartment Involves supen/ised wodc experience in 
logishcs ond/or tronsportofion, Sfijdents will be expected to relote course material to 
wodi experience in on onolysis of o firm's operafions, 

0101(02462) Knemeyer, A, Time and room to be arranged 



BMGT380 Business Law I 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

legol ospects of business relohonships, Exominofion of torts ond business crimes, coth 
tracts ond agency The low of personol property ond bailment relohonships. Survey of 
public policy issues, 

0101(02472) McClenohon,W MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (VMH 1203) 

0102(02473) Ostos,D. MW6:40pm-10:00pm fTYD2110) 

0201(02474) Ostos, D. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1203) 

0202(02475) Goldmon, 6, TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD0117) 

BMGT381 Business I aw II 

(3) Grode Method: REG, 

Prerequisite: BMGI 380 or permission ol department. The Undorm Commerciol Code 
including soles, commeiciol paper, secured tronsoctions, bulk soles ond documents ol 
ride. The low of partnerships ond corporatons (ieoigonizofion ond liquidofion undei 
die bonkruptcy lows. The low of reol property, londlord ond tenool relohonships ond 
decedents' estotes, 

0101(02485) McClenohon, W. MTuWThf 9:30om-10:50om (VMH 1203) 
0201 (02486) Lewis, f. MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1212) 

BMGT398 Individual Study in Business and 
Management IPemKeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or insttucfiir to obtoio section number. 

BMGT398I Individual Study in Business and 
Management: Information Systems 

Internship (PermHeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

0201(02516) Dovis, F Time ond room to be orronged 

BMGT402 Database Systems 
(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGI 305 or equmlent. Inlroducfion to bosic concepts of dotobase morv 
ogement systems. Relohonol dotoboses, query longuoges and design will be covered, 
file-processing techniques oie exomined. 

0101(02526) Khoo.K. TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1 202) 

BMGT403 Systems Analysis and Design 

(3) Grade Method: REG. ' 

Prerequisite: BMGI 305 or equivalent. Techniques ond tools opplicoble to die onolysis 
ond design of computei-bosed information systems. System life cyde, requirements 
onnlysis, logical design of doto hoses, perfoimonce evoluofion, Emphosis on cose stud- 
ies, Proiect required diot involves die design, onolysis ond implementofion of on infot- 
mofion system, 
0201 (02536) Speor, I MW 3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1203) 

BMGT411 Ethics and Professionalism in 
Accounting 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGI 311. far aaouating mojors only. Senior standing. Anolysis and dis- 
cussion ol issues rolohng to ediics ond professionolism in occounhng, 
0101(02546) Loeb,S. MW5:40pm-9:00pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT417 Advanced Tax Accounting 

(3) Grade Mediod: REG. 

Prerequisites: BMGI 3 1 (; and BMGI 323. Federal toxofion of corporafions, partner- 
ships, fiducioiies, ond grotuitous transfers. Tools and techniques of tax reseorch for 
complionce ond plonning. 
020 1 (02556) Pontolone, V. MW 3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1 207) 

BMGT422 Auditing Theory and Practice 

13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGI 311.K shjdy of die independent occountont's ottest hincfion, gen- 
erally accepted oudifing stondnids, compliance and substonhve tests, and report forms 
ond opinions. 

0101(02566) Pfeiffer.G- TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1203) 

0201(02567) Pfedfer,G. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT424 Advanced Accounting 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMGI 311. Advonced occounhng dieory applied to speciolized fiipics ond 

currant problems. Emphasis on consolidoted slotements and partnership occounting. 

0101(02577) Hordy.K, TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1303) 



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BMGT434 Introduction to Optimization 
Theory 

(3) Grade Method: KEG. 

fwieqvisite: MAW 270, oi permission ol iepoilmenl. Primotily fo( students mojoring 
in monagement science and statistic, lineoi piogromming, postoptimality onalysis, 
netwodc algorittims, dynamic progiamming, nonlinear progiomming ond single voti- 
oble niinimi2otion. 
0)01(02587) G(iss,S. MW2:00prih5:20pm (VMH 1206) 

BMGT435 Introduction to Applied Probability 
Models 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pieiequisile: SMCI 23 i oi pemission ol tlepaitmeni. Stotisticol models in manage- 
ment. Review of piobability ttieory, Monte Carlo meltiods, discrete event simulotion, 
Markov drains, queueing analysis, ottier topics depending upon fime. Guoss, a higher- 
level computer longuoge, will be introduced in Itie doss ond die students will corry out 
various exercises using this longuoge. 
ii; :1 (02597) Bodin, L MW 2;00pm-5:20pm (VMH 1303) 

BMGT440 Financial Management 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pteiequisile: 8M6I 340. Analysis and discussion of coses and reodings relating to 
finondoi decisions of itie firm. The applicotion of finance concepts to the solution of 
finondol problems is emphasized. 
i^Ji (02607) SWF MW6:40pm-l0:00pm(VMH1314) 

BMGT443 Security Analysis and Valuation 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

frereijuiste BMGI343. Study and oppiicotion of the concepts, methods, models, and 
empihcol findings to the onalysis, valuation, and selecfion of securities, especiolly com- 
mon stock. 
0101(02617) Hoslem,J. MIuWIh2:00pm-3:40pm (VMH 1203) 

BMGT445 Commercial Bank Managcmenl 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Piew(fjisites: SMCI 340; and iCOH 430. Analysis and discussion of coses and read- 
ings in commerciol bonk management. The loan function is emphasized; also the mon- 
ogement of liquidity reserves, investments for income, and source of hmds. Bonk objec- 
tives, functions, policies, orgonizotion, stnrctuie, services, ond regulohon ore considered. 

-.1(02627) Molmquist.D. TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD2102) 
BMGT446 International Finance 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

fmeqaisite: SMOJ 340. finondol monagement ftom the perspective r>f die mulfino- 
tionol coprofion. Topics covered include die orgonizohon and hjnctions of foreign 
exchange ond internotionol capital markets, intemohonol copilol budgehng, finondng 
foreign trode ond designing o global financing strategy Emphasis of tfie course is on 
how to monoge exchange ond polificol risks while moximixing benefits ftom globol 
opportunity sets faced by die firm. 

0101(02637) STAFF TuTfi6:40pm-10:00pm (TYD2109) 

BMGT447 Internship and Research in Finance 

IPemfeq) 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prereqo/ste; SMCJ 340 ami BMCf 343 (or 400 level timnce elective); and cow 
rerjuirements in dosiness ond monagement: ani pemission ol department 
hcommended: iinance mojoi courses, for linance majors only. Supervised, sponsored 
internship in a coptofion or finondol insfitufion. Anolysis of opproved research topic 
in corporate finonce, investments or finondol instinjfions/morkets. 
0201(02647) Kolodny, R. Time and room to be orrnnged 

BMGT45I Consumer .Analysis 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: mOI 350. Pecommended: PSYC 100; and PSYC 221. Hot open to slv- 
denls who Itave completed CHIC 437. Credit will be granted lor only one ol the hi 
lowing: 8MGJ 4S1 or CHK 457. Idenfifying buyer behaviof concepts relevant to o 
specific modceting problem so diot oppiopnote morkefing decisions con be mode. 
Conceptuol ftomewortcs ore drown horn psychology, sociology economics, and odiei 
social sciences to aid in undeistonding tfie behavior of ulfimote ond industrial buyers. 
0101 (02657) Tuedc, J. MW 6;30pm-9:50pm (VMH 1307) 

BMGT452 Marketing; Research Methods 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: 8M01 230; and SHiSI 45 /. foimeiiy MSI 450. Focuses on oiding 
modceting decsion moking dirough explorotory, descriptive, ond casual reseorch. 
Develops student skills in evoluoting and wnting moricet reseorch pioposok, intepeting 



and onolyzing subsequent reports, and appraising dteii usehilness to monogers; design- 
ing studies including selection of doto collection method, development of data collection 
instrument, somple design, collection ond analysis of data, and reporting the results. 
0101(02667) Konnon.P. MTumfiF9:30om-l 0:50am (VMH 1202) 

BMGT454 International Marketing 
13) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: SMCI 350 plus one other marketing coutse. Morkefing fijncfions hom 
die intemotionol executive's viewpoint, including coverage of intemofionol modsefing 
policies relating to product odoptofion, doto collection and anolysis, channels of distrib- 
ution, pncing, communicohons, and cost analysis Considerafion is given to die cultur- 
al, legal, finondol, and organizofionol aspects of intemotionol marketing. 
0101(02677) Greer, T. MTuWThF 11 ;00am-l 2:20pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT456 Advertising 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: SMCI 350 Develops skills in construcfing effertive odvecfising. Examines 
how to formulate an odveitising message, which creofive toctics to use in communicat- 
ing that message ond which media uses to ensure rtiot die torget receives die mes- 
soge. In oddifion, tfie role of advertising agencies, measuring odvecfising effectiveness, 
and regulatory and ediicol issues in odveitising will be discussed. 
0101(02687) Sbeinin.D. luThe:30om-ll:50am (VMH 1311) 

BMGT457 Marketing Policies and Strategies 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

CORE: Capstone (CS) Prerequisite: BM0I451 Corequisile: BM0I452. This capstone 
course ties togedier concepts fiom oil the vonous modceting courses using die fijndo- 
mentols of strategic market planning as die homework. Applicofion of tfiese pnnciples 
is occomplished by analyzing and discussing coses and by playing a morkefing strote 
gy computei simulofion gome. Anolysis of current business ortides to understood die 
link between dieory and leol-wodd problem solving. 
0201 (02697) lefkoff-Hogius, R. MTuWIhf 9:30am-l 0:50am (VMH 1314) 




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Information, 
See pages 5-9. 



BMGT464 Organizational Behavior 

(31 Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: BMCT364. An exominofion of reseorch ond dieory concerning die forces 
which contnbute to die behavior of organizational members. Topics covered indude: wodc 
group behovior, supervisory behovioi, intergioup relations, employee goals ond attitudes, 
communication problems, oigonizotionol dionge. and orgonizofionol gook ond design. 

0101 (02707) STAFF MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (KEY 01 21 ) 

BMGT472 Ad\ anced Logistics Operations 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: BMGI372. Analysis of die opeiofional aspects of logistics management, 
induding purchosing policies, tronspoitofion plonning, ond inventoiy control. Attenhon 
is directed towoid total logistics cost minimization and die estoblishment of o sustoin- 
oble compefifive odvontoge based on logisficol octivifies. 
0101(02717) Evet5,R MW 6:30pm-9:50pm (TYD 01 1 7) 

BMGT476 Applied Computer Models in 
Logistics and Transportation 
Management 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisites: BM6I30I and BM6I 370 and BM6I 372. Intiodurtion to die expond- 
ing bose of computer softwore in die logisfics ond transportation fields Applicofions 
include: inventoiy control, locofion decisions, and vehicle raufing 
0101(02727) Dong,Y. IuTh6:30pm-9:50pm (VMH 1314) 

BMGT495 Business Policies 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

CORE; Capstone (CS) Prerequisites: 8M6J 340; ond BMSJ 350; and SMCI 364. A 
cose study course where students opply whot diey hove loomed of general monoge- 
ment principles and dieir speciolized fijnctionol opplicofions to die overall management 
hincfion in die enterpnse BMGT majors only All odie5 must have oudionzofion 
0101(02737) SIAFF MIuWThf n:00om-12:20pm (VMH 1303) 

0102 (02738) STAFF MIuWThf 12:30pm-l :50pm (VMH 1303) 
0103(02739) SIAFF TuTh3;00pm-6;20pm (VMH 1314) 

,111(02740) STAFF IuTh3:00pm-6;20pm (VMH 1311) 

,' (02741) SIAFF MW3:00pm-6:20pm (VMH 1311) 

,,,(02742) SIAFF IuTh6:40pm-10;00pm (VMH 1311) 



BMGT496 Business Ethics and Society 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite: one course in BMOI; or permission ol ilepartmeni A study of die slon- 
doids of business conduct, moral, volues, ond die role of business in society, widi con- 
siderafion of die sometimes conflicting interests of ond cloims on die finri and its 
objecfives. Emphasizes a strategic opptoodi by business to die monogement of its 
exteinol enviranment. 
0101(02752) Shoffer,B. Iulh6:40pm-1 0:00pm (VMH 3441) 

BMGT501 Business Functions 

(4) Grade Method: REG. 

Intensive review of morkefing ond finance fiincfions in die business enterprise. Credd 
not opplicoble to graduote degrees. 
0101 (02762) SIAFF MW 5:30pm-l 0;00pm (VMH 1 303) 

BMGT505 Organizational Behavior and 
Strategic Management 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Intensive review of orgonizofionol behovior dieoiy, ond odministrohve processes ond 
policy in die business enterpnse. Credd not applicable to groduote degrees. 
uiul (02772) SIAFF Tulh6:40pm-1 0:00pm (VMH 3327) 

BMGT615 Business Communications 

(1.5) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

for BMCImojors only. Instruction ond practical experience in written and oral business 

communicotions. Basics of structuring business documents and oral presentofions. 

fosters pracficefiased (radiei dion lecturefli cose- dscussioivbosed) looming. 

0101(02782) Podiey-Boiao, T M 6;40pm-l 0:00pm (Arronged) 

01 G2 (02783) Pad;e^ocoo, I. Tu 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Anonged) 

01 G3 (02784) Podcey^orao, I. W 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Aronged) 

BMGT620 Strategic Information Systems 
11.51 Grode^Method: REG/AUD. 

For BM6T majors only. Use of informotion technology to odiieve compefifive odvontoge, 

etfident operofions, and effective decision making. Anolysis of fijnctions of informofion 

technology and its impoct on competitive sfiotegy ond organizafionol operofions. 

0161(02794) Geter, R. Iu6:40pm-1 0:00pm (Anonged) 

01G2 (02795) Geter, R. W 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Arranged) 

01G3 (02796) Geter, R. Ih 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Arranged) 

BMGT662 Organizational Behavior and 
Human Resources 

(1.5) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

For BMOI mo/05 only Hoi open to students who have completed BMGJ 660. Key 
management issues hom organizahonol behavior perspechve. Orgonizofionol stmcture 
ond design, wodc mofivofion ond morale, problem solving ond dedsion moking, group 
dynomics and conflict lesolufion, orgonizofionol chonge, and cross-cultural differences 
in culture and values. lotol quolity monagement is stressed. 

ri;Oi (02806) Kresslei.D. 

Meets 07/13/9847/31/98 MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1207) 

BMGI663 Introduction to the Management of 
Human Resources 
(IS) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: BM6F 662. For BMOI majors only. Hoi open to students who have com- 
pleted BMGI 66 /. Systemofic opprooches to human resources monogement in die 
context of organizofionol strotegy, os constrained by legal and economic foctois. 
Slrotegicolly aligned recraitment and screening systems, training and development, 
pedoimonce monogement, career monogement ond reward systems. 

i:20l (02816) Kovoch, R. 

Meets 08/03/9frO8/21/98 MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1207) 

BMGT681 Managerial Economics and EHiblic 
Policy 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

for BMGI maiors only. Hot open to shjdents who have completed BMGI 67 1 and 

BMGI 680 Basic micioeconomic pnnciples used by fimis, induding supply ond 

demond, elasficihes, costs, productivity, pncing, moricet structure ond compefifive 

implicofions ol oltemofive modiet structures. Modcet foilures and govemment intereen- 

tion. Public policy processes offecfing business operafions. 

0261(02826) STAFF MW6:40pm-10;00pm (Arranged) 

0262(02827) SIAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Arranged) 

0263(02828) SIAFF Iulfi6:40pm-1 0:00pm (Arranged) 

0201(02829) STAFF Tulfi 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (VMH 1207) 



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8MGT68J Business 1 aw for Managers 
(3) Gfode Method: KEG/AUD. 

fierequisitB: pernmoo of defiartnml Suivey of United SWes legol instiMions ond 
processes as well os sutonntive oreos of Ifie low thol offect business, hominotion of 
tort ond contract kiw, Itie legol forms of business orgonuotwn and legol liobilily and 
major regulotorY lows ttnt affect business. 
01 Gl (02839) Leele.B. TuDi 6:40pn)'10:00pni (Anonged) 

BMGT690 Strategic Management 
(3) Grade Method: lifG. 

for SOCrraijoo onV wpermsswi of olspflrtineiif. Integrative strategic monogement 
focusing on strategy formulotion ond implementotion in dornestK ond glolxii settings. 
Industiy ond competitor onolysis, mdustiy ond firm value ciioin, leodetship. gool setting, 
oigonizationol stnjctute ond cultwe. Cose study opptoocfi to top monogement ond orgo- 
nizotiond proWems. Open lo part^lme MBA students witfi 48 credits completed. 
01GU02849) STAfF MW6:40pm-10:00p(ii (Arranged) 

BMGOfO .\dvance(d .\ccounting Theory 
(3) Grade Method: KEG/AUD. 

Prertqieite: BM61 6 10. Contemporory issues in finondol occounting. The notute of 
income, the relotionship between ossel vnluotion ond income detemiinotion, and van- 
ous opprooches to accounting tor aifiation. The occoonting standards setting process. 
The meosutement ond voluohoo of assets (e.g., foreign investments) ond liobilities 
(e.g., looses and pensions). 
: .32 (02860) leunilL MW 6:40pm-IO«)pm (Airanged) 

8MGT715 International Accounting: A 
Managerial Perspective 
(3) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

ftaegi/BitB: SMCJ 611 Focuses on using accounting doto for monogeriol planning 
and control on o globol bosis. The genetic topics coveted in the course indude: foundo- 
lions of globol occounting system; survey of intemohonal occounhng stondards and 
measures: ond the impoct of glotabotion on the use of monogeriol occounhng doto. 
Guest spMkers wiB portiapote in Ihe course. Open to 6MBA, BMS8, BWT, 8MPM and 
IMBA mojors with 30 aedits completed. 
0101(02869) Gordon, L TuTh6:40pm-10:00l)m(VMH T307) 

BMGT721 File Prexessing and Database 
S\stenis 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

for BMS! maias only a permesoc ol depanmem. (jmcepts and techniques for strudu- 
ing dote on secondor> storage devices, txpenence in the use of these techniques. The 
t«Bc doto stiudutes necessory for these techniques. Typical file processing opptcotions. 
Open to BMBA. BMS8, BMJT, BttPM and WBA students with 30 aedits completed. 

0161(02889) Yi,M. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Anwged) 

8MGT726 Distributed Data Processing 
13) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: SMSJ620: « BUST 721 Introduction to disthbuted dota processing 
concepts. The building blodcs of distiibuted systems: computers, temiinols, ond com- 
municohons; the interface ond protocols that oilow them to hjnction as an inlegioted 
system. Wojoi categories of dsmhuted systems; resourcfshoring nelwodcs, multiple- 
processor netwodcs, and tighify coupled muhiprocessors. 

;c: (02899) Gete(,IL MW 6:40prD-l 0:00pm (Aiionged) 

BMGT741 .\d\anced Financial Management 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

frereqwte: BMSI 640- i^nced theories and concepts undedying finandol decision 
making in Ihe hnti. Cose studies, model building and oppCcohons in finondol theory 
ond monogement. 

;;;: (02909) lsberg,S. TuTh6;40pm-T0.00pm(VM)ll303) 

8MGT743 Investment Management 

(3) Grade Method: (EG/AUD. 

Prerequsite: 8M6T 640. Methods of security selection ond portfolio manogement in 
Ihe debt and equity morkels. Investment altenwtives, secutihes markets, bond and 
common stod vokotion, ophons, portfoto theory, ond betiovior of stock prices. 
0161(02919) STAfF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Arranged) 

BMGI745 Financial Institutions Management 
(3) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

Hefequisite: SMSJ 640. The role of finondol monogement in finondol irslituhons. 
The economic role and regulotion of hnondol Instituhons, onofysis of risks and returns 
on finondol assets ond Inbiltties, and Ihe stradwe of assets, HobiTihes and capital. 
0161(02929) Rossi, C Tulh 6:40pm-T0:00pm(Atranged) 



IMGI74t International Financial 
Management 
13) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

fieieqviste: SMCJ 640. The role of hnonool monogement in the multmohonal hm. 
The finondng and monoging of foreign investmenis, ossets, cunencies, imports ond 
exports. Kotionol ond intemchonol hnonool institutions ond morkels. Open to 8MBA, 
8MS8, BMff, BMPM ond IMBA students with 30 aedits completed. 
:t. (02939) Jong,H. MW 6:40p(ii-10:00pm (Arranged) 

BMGT752 Marketing Research Methods 
(3) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

herequstes: 8M6J 630; onl BMOJ 650 The process of ocquinng, dassifymg and 
interprehng primory and secondoiy morkeftng data needed for inteHigent, protitnWe 
mortieting decisions. Evoluotion of the oppropriotBness of otenotive methodologies 
such OS the induchve, deductive, survey, observohonal, ond expenmenlat Recent 
developments in the systemotK recording ond use of intemol ond eictemal doto need- 
ed for moHceting dedsions. 
0101 (02949) Greer, T. MW 6;40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1202) 

BMGT754 Bu\ci BchaMor Analysis 
(3) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: SMCJ 650 A systemohc exominotion ond evoluotion of the Bteratute, 
reseordi Iradihon and theory of buyer behavior in the modiet ploce hom o fundamen- 
tal and oppfed perspective. The cognihve ond behovioral bases undetfying Ihe buying 
process of individuals and instituhons. Open to BMBA. BMSB, BMIT, BMPM and IMBA 
students with 30 aedits completed. 
0;g: (02959) tWrnon, R. MW 6:40pm-10:OOpm (Arranged) 

BMGI7S7 Marketing Strategs' 
(3) Grode Method": REG/AUD. 

i cafstone rrKiieliirg course. Mortceling stiotegies designed to monoge products in 
selected moiket segments. Topics covered indude competitor analysis, buyer analysis, 
market segments, and product strengths and weoknesses; product related Issues ate 
identihed and moiketing strategies developed, assessed and implemented. 
0161(02969) Biehal,G MW6:40pm-10:00pni (Arranged) 

BMGT764 Executive Power and Negotiation 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Negohohons knowledge ond skills through o series of reodings (the use of power dur- 
ing botgoining exdionges, pnnaples of effective listening, ond bargaining strotegies 
and tochc) ond through Ihe opportunity to prachce negotioting. 
;;:: (02979) SdmelU. TuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Arrangd) 

BMGT774 Management of High Technolog)', 
Research and Development 

(31 Grode Method: tEG/AUD. 
for SMCJ rmiors only or permission ol department The aeotion of competihve odvon- 
toges through the use of new technokigy The integrahon of technok)gical strotegy 
with business strategy within the internal corporate aihure, Reseordi and development 
in the context of ths strategystiucture of the fimi. The noture of R 4 D, ihe monoge- 
ment of aeohvity, ond new product development ore also discussed. Open to BMBA, 
BMSB, BMIT, BMPM ond LMBA students with 30 aedits ompleted. 
0101 (02989) Coisi, T, Tulh 6:30pm-9:50pm (VMH 1 31 1 ) 

BMGT795 Management of the Multinational 

Firm 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

The problems ond policies of intemohonal business enterprise ot the manogement 
level. Monogement of o muNinotionol enterprise as well as monogement within for- 
eign units. The mulhnahonal hmi as a sodoeconometnc inshtuhon. Coses in comporo- 
hve manogement, 
OTOT (03009) Kim,K. Tulh 6:40pm-10:00pm (VMH 1212) 

BM6I798A Special Topics in Business and 
Management: Organizational 
Development 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

;;:.; (03019) Bommer,W Tulh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm (Arranged) 

BMGI798E Special Topics in Business and 
Management: Decision and 

Management Support Svstems 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(03039) Dovis,F. MW6:40pm-10:00pni (VMH 1206) 



l*6I7Mf Special Topics in Business and 

Management: Field Trip to China 

and Hong Kong (hmfttil 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0161(03049) Gupto, A Time ond room to be arranged 

Restncted to BMBA students in good ocodemic standing and must hove oimpleted 24 
hours in the MBA program as of Moy 1997 or pemiission of nsnuctor. 

MII6I799 Masters 1 hcsis Research 
(1-6) Grade Metiiod:tE6. 

Individuol Instnidion awrse: contact deportment or instrudor Id obtain section numbei. 

BMGT828 Independent Stud\ in Business and 
Management IPermlteql 
(1-9) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contact deportment or instnictor to obtain sechon number. 
By pemiission only of the Groduote Director. 

BMGT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(l-B) Grade Method: tEG. 

Individuol Instnxhon course: contact deportment ot insttuctoi to obtain sechon number. 
Contoct Groduote Program Director to moke orongements. 

BSOS Behavioral and Social 
Sciences 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 

BS0S346 Internship in Political Institutions: 
State and Local Government (fiiniKtq) 
(3-6) Grode Method: S-F. 

Prerequisite: pemiission ol deportment This course offers students supenrised place- 
ments in state and kxol govemmenral ogenoes. Attendance ot the seminoi ond dis- 
cussion sechon is required. 
0101(03124) Sorenson.G. Time and room W be ononged 
020: (03125) Sotenson, G. Time ond room ra be oramged 

BS0S356 Internship in Political Institutions: 
Federal and International (fembql 
(3-6) Grade Method: S-F. 

Prerequisite: permission ol deportment This axnse offers shidenls sifljervised ploce- 
ments in nohonol and international govemmenral agendes Attendance ot the seminoi 
and discussion sedion 6 required. 
0101(03135) Sorenson.G, Time and room to be arranged 
0?01 (031 36) Sorenson, G, Time and room to be arranged 

BSOS366 Internship in Community Ser%ice 
Organizations Ifamhql 
(3-6) Grade Method: tEG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: permission ol deportment This course offers students supervised ptoce- 
menls in norhprofit community orgonizohons, Attendonce ot the seminar and discus- 
sion sechon is required, 
OT 01 (031 46) Sorenson, G. Time and room to be oitonged 
;;:;■ (03147) Sorenson,G. Time ond room to be ortonged 

BS0S386 E.xperiential Learning Iftrmleql 
(3-6) Grode Method: tEG/PE 

Prerequisite: leoming Proposal approved by Ihe OfUce ol Ixperiential Learning 

Ptogrorra, hajlty sponsor, and snxlenfs internship sponsor. 56 semester hours. 

0101(03157) Beonisley, K. Time ond room to be anonged 

01 02 (03 1 58) Sorenson, 6. Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (03T59) Sorenson.G Time and room to be ononged 

BSOS396 Fellowship Program in Political 
Leadership IPernifeql 
(2-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instnichon course: contoct deportment or instnictor lo obtnin sechon num- 
ber. Prerequisite: permission ol department and oaeptonce ol hikime kUowsHp pro- 
gram. Corequisrte: BSOS 346, BSOS 356 or 8S0S 366. Ind'mluol instiuclion cam. 



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BSOS399 Directed Study in BehaNioral and 

Social Sciences IPemKeq) 

(3-6) Grade Melliod: REG. 
0101(03171) Sotenson, G. Time ond room In be ononged 
":'.l (03172) Sorenson, G. lime ond room to be arranged 

CCJS Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
casiOO Introduction to Criminal Justice 

(3) Gfode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behoviorol ond Sociol Saence (SB) family UUS 100. Intioduction to the 
odministiotion of oiminol justice in n demoaolic society with emphosc on Itie theoielical 
ond histoiicol development of low enfoicemeni The pnndples of otgonizotion ond odmin- 
istration foi low enfoicement functions ond specihc octivities; plonning ond research: pub- 
lic relotions: personnel ond training, inspection ond control: direction: policy (ormulohon. 
01 01 (03222) Gaston, i. MTuWTh 9:00om-l 0:40om (CCl 31 1 2) 

:;: (03223) staff iy(TuWTh9:OOnm-10:40om(COL3111) 

casiOS Introduction to Criminolog)' 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) formeity CSIM 270. Criminal behovior ond 
the methods of its study; cnusohon: typologies of cnminnl octs ond offenders: punish- 
ment, correchon ond incopocrtntion: prevention of crime 
0101 (03233) Armstrong, T MIuWTh 9:00oni-10:40om (ONC 1139B) 
:;: (03234) Smith, D. MIuWTh 9:00om-10:4Onm(DNC 11 39B) 

caS200 Statistics for Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

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

fieieiiiiisiles: MH 111 ami (CUS 100 oi COS lOS) ai pemslan of department. 
Introduction to descnptive ond inferentiol statistics, graphicol techniques, ond the com- 
puter analysis of cnminology ond cnminoi jusfice doto Bosic procedures of hypothesis 
teshng, corelnfion ond regression onolysis, ond the analysis of conhnuous ond binory 
dependent voriables. Emphasis upon the examination of research problems and issues 
in cnminology ond cnminoi justice. 
01 01 (03244) Paternoster, R. MTuWIh 9:00am-l 0:40am (JMP 2229) 
3?''' (03245) McDonald,), MTuWTh ll:00am-12:40pm (TIF 2101) 

COS230 Criminal Law in .Action 
(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

formeily UUS 230. low os one of the methods of sociol contiol. Cnmmol low: its 
nature, sources and types: theories ond hisraricol developments. Behovioral ond legal 
aspects of criminol octs. Clossihcotion ond onolysis of selected cnminoi offenses. 

010) (03255) Russell, K. MTuWTh 9:00om-l 0:40am (TWS 0)47) 
caS234 Law of Criminal Investigation 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pmequisite: COS 230. Formeily OUS 234. General pnnciples and theories of crimi- 
nol procedure. Oue process. Airest, seorch ond seizure. Recent developments. Snjdy 
ond evoluotion of evidence and proof. 
0101(03265) Zumbnjn,A. MW ):)5pm4:)5pm (TYD0))7) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 
0201(03266) Bury.R. TuTh6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 2)11) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

caS300 Criminological and Criminal 
Justice Research Methods 

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

hereqaisiles: COS lOOandCOS 10S:an(lomofltielollowing:COS200oiSOCy 
201 ar PSK 200 or (COS 321 or SM61 230. formerly OUS 300. Introduction to the 
fomiulotion of reseorch quesnons covenng cnme and lustice, reseorch designs, dora coF 
lection, ond interpretotion ond reporting in cnmrnologicol and lusticesystem settings. 
0)0) (032/6) Broolis,L MTuWTh9:00nm-) 0:40am (COL 3109) 

0201(03277) Amistrong,T MTuWTh9:30am-ll:10am (COL 31)0) 

COS320 Iniioduclion to Criminalistics 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

fieietfisle: COS 234 formeily OUS 320. An inlioduction to modem methods used in 
the detection, inveshgotion ond solution of cnmes, ProftKol onolysis of evidence in o oimi- 
nol investigotion labofotocy, including photogrophy, fingerpnnts and othet impressions, bollis- 
tiG, glass, heir, hondwnting ond document examrnotnn, drug onolysis, and lie detection. 

010) (03287) Mounello, T MW 6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 0)02) 
Time and room to be orronged Dis 



0201 (03288) Mauriello, T 



MW6:00pm-9:00pm (TYD 0)02) 
Time ond room ra be ononged Dis 



CGS331 Contemporar\- Legal Policy Issues 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frerequisiles: COS 230; and COS 234 oi eriuimlenl. farmeily OUS 330 Mepth 
exominotion of selected topics Criminal responsibility. Sociolegnl policy oltemnfives 
with regard to devionce. Low enforcement procedures for civil low ond similor legol 
problems. Admissibility of evrdence. Representotion. Indigent's nght to counsel. 
0)0) (03298) Zumbrun, A MW 1 0:00om-1 :00pm aLF 1 10)) 
Time and room to be ononged Ds 

caS340 Concepts of Law Enforcement 
Administration 

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

Pieieqmite: COS 100 or eifmaleDt. foimeriy OUS 340. An intioduchon to concepts 
of orgonizofion and monogement os these relate to low enforcement. Principles of 
structure, process, policy ond pracedure, communicnhon ond outhorily, division of wor); 
and otgonizotionol controls, Humnn element in the orgonizotion, Infominl interaction 
and bureaucracy. 
0)01 (03308) Broolcs, L MTuWTh 1 ) :00am-) 2:40pm (DNC ) ) 39B) 

caS350 Juvenile Delinquency 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite COS WS. foimeriy CM 4S0. Juvenile delinquency in relation to the 
general problem of cnme, onolysis of toctots undedying luvenile delinquency; treot- 
ment and prevenhon; orgonizotion ond sodnl responsibility of low enforcement, 

0101(03318) Skrabon,5. MTuWlh2:00pm-3:40pm (ARC 1101) 

caS352 Drugs and Crime 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COS 100. foimeriy OUS 352. An onolysrs of the role of oiminol jushce 
in the control of drag use ond abuse, 
0101 (03328) Gaston, A MTuWTh l:00pm-2:40pm (SQH 1117) 

caS359 Field Training in Criminolog)' and 
Corrections 

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

Indrviduol Instruction course; contort deportment or instractor to obtnin seflion number. 

caS370 Race, Crime and Criminal Justice 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Pieiequisite: COS 100 oi equivalent Role ond tTeotinent of radol/ethnic 
minorities in the cnminoi justice system. Course will provide students with historic and 
Iheorehcal hnmewor); for undersranding this dynamic, 
0101(03341) Russell, K. MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (KEY 01 20) 

caS386 E.xperiential Learning (Permfeql 

(3-6) Grode Method: REG/P-F 
Individuol Instnjction course: contort deportment or instractor ft obtoin section num- 
ber. Prerequisite: learning Proposal appiaved by the Office of fxperiential Learning 
Programs, faculty sponsor ond snjdent's internship sponsor 56 semester hours. 

caS398 Law Enforcement Field Training 



(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instiurtion course: contort deportment or instractor to obtoin section number. 

caS399 Independent Study in Criminology 
and Criminal Justice 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indrviduol Instrartion cou5e: contort deportment or instraflor to obtnin section number. 

caS45l Crime and Delinquency Prevention 

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

Prerequisilei COS 1 05 or COS 350 or permission of department, and COS 300. 
formerly CPIM 45/. Methods ond programs in prevenhon of cnme and delinquency, 
010) (03357) Seolock, M. Time ond room to be orronged 

COS452 Treatment of Criminals and 
Delinquents 

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

Pieiequaites: COS 1 05 or COS 350 or pennissm of depoitment, and COS 300. 
fomeriy CUM 452. Piocesses ond methods used to modify oiminol and delinquent 
behavior. 



caS498 Selected Topics in Ciiminology 
and Criminal Justice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (03377) WelVord, C. Time and room to be ononged 
caS699 Special Criminological Problems 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuol Instrartion course: contort deportment a instruclw to obtain sedion numbei. 

caS799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-61 Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contort deportment or instractor to obtoin section number. 

caS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instrartion course: contort deportment or instractor to obtain sechon numbei. 



CHEM Chemistry 



(Life Sciences) 

CHEM103 General Chemistry I 

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

CORE: Physicol Sdence Lob (PL) Pietequiste: placement in MH 110 ot highei. 
Recommended: placement m *)ffl / 15 of higher Oedil viill be gnmted foi only one 
of the following: CHIM 102, CHEM 103. CHEM 105. CHfM 107. CHEM HI. CHEM 
143. The hfst semester of o chemistiy sequence intended for students whose mriajlo 
require yeor or more of chemistry The noture ond composition of motter, chemicol 
colojlohons, elements ond inorganic compounds. Lecture, discussion ond loboratory 
meehng rimes will be ononged between 8:00om ond 1 2:20pm Mondoy through 
Fndoy The hrst doss meehng will be lertwe, 
0131(03442) STAFF MTuWThF )l:OOom-)2:20p(n(PHY)4)0) 

Time ond room to be ononged lob 
MTuWlhF 8:00am-10:50om OMJ" 2202) Dis 
0)32(03443) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (PHY 1410) 

Time ond room to be orranged lob 
MTuWlhF 8:00om-10:50om OMP 3105) Dis 
0133(03444) STAFF MTuWlhF ll:00om-12:20pm (PHY 1410) 

Time ond room to be arranged lob 
MTuWlhF 8:O0om-10:50om (CHE 2145) Dis 
0138(03448) STAFF Meets 06/01/98^)8/21/98 

Tu6:30tm-)0:30pm (CHE 2145) 
Th 6:30pm-l 0:30pm (Aronged) Inb 
Sertion 01 38 is restricted ra students who olreody hold o toccoluoreote degree ond ore 
taking selerted cou5e5 preparing them for hjrther educotion in the heolth professions. 
0231(03449) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 402) 

Time ond room to be arranged lob 
MTuWlhF 8:00am-10:50om UMP 3105) Dis 
3232(03450) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time and room to be ononged Iflb 
MTuWlhF 8:00am-10:50om KOP 1228) Dis 

CHEM103M General Chemistry I 

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

CORE: Physioil Sdence lob (PL) Pieiequisite: pkxement in MiTH 1 W a hi^. 

Pecommended: pkement lii MIH / /5 or /w/tet Oedit wH be gmted for only one ol 

the following: CHEM 102. CHEM 103, CHEM 105. CHEM 107. CHEM 111. CHEM 143. 

0)31(03460) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9 :30isn-10:50am UMP 2202) Dis 

0132(03461) STAFF MIuWlhF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50ani m 3)05) Dis 

0) 33 (03462) STAFF MTuWThF ) ) :00am-) 2:20pm (PHY ) 4 ) 0) 

MTuWlhF 9:30om-)0:50am (CHE 2)45) Dis 

0231 (03466) STAFF MTuWlhF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM ) 402) 

MTuWlhF 9:30oitv)0:50om ()MP 3)05) Dis 

0232 (03467) STAFF MTuWThF ) ).00oitv)2:20pin (CHM )402) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om aOP 1228) Dis 
Disoission meeting rimes will be 9:30 o.m, Mondoy through Friday. PrerequisilB: 
CHFM 1 03 token ot UMCP within twelve months of the semester which CHEM 
1 03M s token A sradent is eligible to loke ths course only if the k)b scores leteived 
in CHEM 103, the kist rime it wos token, toraled ot leost 80 percent of the maxi- 
mum possible tolol These scores will count for port of the grade in CHEM 1 03M 



0201 (03367) STAFF 



MTuWIh2:OOpm-3:40pm (KEY 0)03) 



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CHEM104 Fundamentals of Organic and 
Biochemistry 

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

CORE; life Science lob (ID Pwwmile: CHIM }03i>rCHlM lOS. Mil will be 
gmleil for ontf one ol the following: CHtM 104 oi CHW 233 (ot CHIM 23S)^ 
Inleoded hi slvdenls whose curriculo leqme one year ol (hemistty Slvdenh lequinng 
Mo 01 moie yem ol chemisny should regislei hi CHIM 733 oi CHIM 235 The 
chemistiv ot coibon: oliphotic compounds, ocomotic compounds, steceochemisfry, 
holides, omines, ond nmides, ncids, esters, corboliydroles, ond noturoi products, 
lectute, discussion ond ioborotorv meeting times will be ononged between 8:00Qm 
ond 12:20pm Mondoy (hiough Eridoy. 
0261(03477) STAFF MTuWThE 11 :00nm-l 2:20pm (CHE 2140) 

Time and loom to be oiionged lab 
MTuWIhE8:00aiih10:50cm (CHE 2140) Dis 
Tbe first doss meeting will be lecture. 

CHEM113 General Chemistry II 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUd/ 

CORE: Physical Science lab (PI) Pieieguisile: CHIM 103 oi CHIM 105. Ciedil will be 
gwnted hi only one ol Ihe following: CHCM 1 13 of CHIM 1 15. Kinetics; bomoge- 
neous, hetiogeneous, and ionic equilibria; oxidotion-reduction; electrochemistry; chem- 
istry of the elements, lecture, discussion and laboratory meehng hmes will be 
orronged between 8:00am and 1 2:20pm Mondoy through Friday. The hrst class will 
be lecture. 
0141(03499) STAFF MTuWThE 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time ond room to be orronged lob 
MTuWThE 8:00am-10:50om UMP 1 109) Dis 
0142(03500) STATE MTuWThF 11 :00oml 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time and room to be aiconged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-l 0:50am (IMP 3104) Dis 
0143(03501) STATE MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

Time ond room to be orranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50am (JMP 1202) Dis 
0148(03502) STAFF Meets 06/01/98-08/21/98 

Tu6:30pm-9:30pm (PHY 1402) 
Th 6:30pm-9:30pm (Arranged) lob 
Section 01 48 is restricted to shidents who olready hold o boccoloureote degree ond ore 
toking selected courses preporing them for hirther educofton in the heolth professions. 

0241 (03503) STAFF MTuWThF I l:00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond loom to be orronged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (JMP 1 109) Dis 

0242 (03504) STAFF MTuWTbF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 407) 

Time ond room to be arranged lob 
MTuWThE 8:00am-10;50om (CHE 2145) Ds 

0243(03505) STATE MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time and room to be orronged lab 
MTuWThF 8:00om-l 0:50am (CHE 2108) Dis 

0244(03506) STAFF MTuWThF 11 00affl-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond room to be orranged Lob 
MTuWThE 8:00oiihl0:50am (CHM 0124) Ds 

CHEM113MGeneral Chemistry II 

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

CORE: Physical Science lob (PI) Pieieguisite: CHIM 103 or CHIM 105. Ciedit will be 
gwnled lor only one of the lollowrng: CHIM 1 13 oi CHIM 1 15. 
0141(03517) STAFF MTuWThE 11 :00om-12:20pm (CHM 1402) 

MTuWThE 9:30om-10:50om (JMP 1 109) Dis 
0142(03518) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1402) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (JMP 3104) Ob 
0143(03519) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (CHM 1402) 

MTuWThE 9:30om-10:50om (JMP 1202) Dis 
0241(03520) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-lO50am (IMP 1109) Dis 
0242(03521) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (CHE 2145) Dis 

0243 (03522) STAFF MTuWThT 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 407) 

MTuWIhF9:30am-lO50om (CHE 2108) Dis 

0244 (03523) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

MTuWIhE 9:30on>IO:50om (CHM 0124) Ds 
Discussion meeting times will be 9:30 o.m. Mondoy through Friday Prerequisite: 
CHEM 1 1 3 token at UMCP within twelve months of the semester which CHEM 1 1 3M 
IS token, A student is eligible to take this course only if the lab scores received in 
CHEM 1 13, the lost hme it was token, totaled at least 80 percent ot the moximum 
possible lotol. These scores will course lor port of the grade in CHEM 1 1 3M. 



CHEM233 Organic Chemistry I 
(4) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

Fieieguisile: CHIM lUorCHlM 153 Ciedit will be gronled hi only one of the lol- 
lowing: CHCM 104. CHIM 233, CHSM 255. The chemishy of coibon: olipbotic com- 
pounds, oromobc compounds, stereochemistry, orenes, bolides, olcohols, esters, ond 
spectroscopy Lecture, discussion ond loboratofy meehng hmes will be orranged 
between 8:00om and 1 2:20pm Monday through Endoy The first doss will be lechire 

0171(03534) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00flm-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond room to be orranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10-50am (CHE 21 18) Db 

01 72 (03535) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 407) 

Time ond room to be orronged Lab 
MTuWThE 8:00onrl0:50am (CHE 2120) Dis 

0173(03536) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00onvl2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond room to be orronged lob 
MTuWThF 8:OOam-10:50am (FOR 0108) Dis 

01 74 (03537) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 407) 

Time ond room to be orronged Lob 
MTuWThE 8:OOom-10:50om(EGR 0104) Dis 

0175(03538) STAFF MTuWThE 11 ;00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

Time ond room to be orranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om (FOR 1110) Dis 

02/1 (03540) STAFF MTuWThF I l:00am-12:20pm (CHE 2108) 

Time ond room to be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50am(EGR 1110) Dis 

0272(03541) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (CHE 2108) 

Time and room to be orranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am(EGR 31 14) Ob 

CHEM233MOrganic Chemistry I 

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

Preieguisile: CHEM ll3oi CHIM 1 53. Ciedit will be gionled foi only one ol the W 
lowing: CHCM 104, CHCM 233, CHCM 255. Dbcussioo meehng hmes will be 9:30 
am Monday through Fhdoy PrerequBite: CHEM 233 token ot UMCP within twelve 
months ol the semester in which CHEM 233M is token. A shident is eligible to take 
this course only il the lob scores received in CHEM 233, the lost hme it wos token, 
totalled ol least 80 percent of the maximum possible totol. These scores will count for 
port of the grade in CHEM 233M. 
0171(03552) STAFF MTuWThF II :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (CHE 21 18) Db 

0172 (03553) STAFF MTuWThE 1 l:00om-l 2:20pm (CHM 1407) 

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

01 73 (03554) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (CHM 1 407) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-IO50om (FOR 0108) Db 
0174(03555) STAFF MTuWThF ll:O0am-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-IO:50om (FOR 0104) Db 
0175(03556) STAFF MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm (CHM 1407) 

MTuWThE 9:30om-10:50am(EGR 1110) Dis 
0271(03558) STAFF MTuWThE 11 :00om-12;20pm (CHE 2108) 

MTuWThE 9:30om-10:50am(EGR 311 1) Db 
02/2(03559) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (CHE 2108) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om(EGR3114)DB 

CHEM243 Organic Chemistry II 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieguisite: CHIM 233. Ciedit will be gronted for only one of Ibe following: CHCM 
243 01 CHIM 241 A conhnuohon of CHEM 233 with emphosis on moleculoi shuc- 
hjre; subshtuhon reortions; corbonium ions; nromahcity, synthehc processes; mocro- 
molecules. Lechjre ond loboratory meehng hmes will be orranged between 8:00om 
and 1 2:20pm Mondoy thraugb Friday The first class meehng will be lechire. 
0181(03569) STAFF MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm (JM2 0220) 

ime and room to be orranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-l0:50om (CIS 0109) Dis 
0182(03570) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

Time and room to be orranged lab 
MTuWThE 8:00am-10:50am (PES 11 72) Db 
0281 (03573) STAFF MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

Time and room to be arranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:OOam-IO:50om (PHY 1219) Db 
0282(03574) STAFF MTuWThE II :00am-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

Time ond room to be orranged Lob 
MTuWThF 8:OOom-IO:50am (PHY 1221) 
Dis 

0283(03575) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

Time and room to be arranged lob 
MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am (PHY 1402) Db 
0284 (03576) STAFF MTuWThE 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 



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CHEM243MOrganic Chemistry 11 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieregutsite: CHIM 233 Credil wilt be granted loi only one ol Ihe fokmg: CHCM 243 or 
CHCM 241. Preceqursrte: CHEM 243 token at UMCP within twelve months ol the semestei 
in which CHEM 243M b taken. A student b eligible to toke thB course only if the kib 
scores lecenred in CHEM 243, the lost hme it wos token, lotolled ot leost 80 percent of the 
moximum possible total These scores will count lor port of Ihe grode in CHEM 243M. 

0181 (03588) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (IMZ 0220) 

MIuWTbE9:30am-IO:50am(CL6 0109) Dis 

01 82 (03589) STAFF MTuWThE 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PES 1172) Dis 
0281(03592) STAFF MTuWThF II :00am-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThE 9;30om-IO:50om (PHY 1219) Dis 
0282(03593) STAFF MTuWThE 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30onvl0:50om (PHY 1221) Db 
0283(03594) STAFF MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

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MTuWThF 9:30om-IO:50om (CSS 2330) Dis 
0285(03596) STAFF MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm (JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am (CSS 2352) Dis 

CHEM398 Special Projects ifeimitg) 

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

Individual Instiuction course: contact deportinent or instructor to obhin sechon number. 

CHEM399 Introduction to Chemical Research 

[femfxn) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Capstone (CS) Individual Instruction course: contact deporhiient or insfructor to 
obtoin section number. Reseorcb plons must be opproved by Dr. Bertcowrtz before reg- 
isttohon. 

CHEM481 Physical Chemistry I 

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

Pieieiiuisite: CHIM ll3orCHCM l53orCHEM 133; and MATH 141; and PHYS 
142. A course pnmorily for chemrsis ond chemical engineers. 

0101 (03611) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuThF 8:00am-9:20om (CHM 1 402) 

CHEM482 Physical Chemistry II 

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

Pieieguisite: CHCM 481. k course pnmorily for chemists ond chemicol engineers. 
0101 (03621) STAFF 
Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (CHM 1402) 

CHEM699 Special Problems in Chemistry 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuol Instruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number. 

CHEM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Inshuchon course: contort deporhtient or instiuctor to obtoin sechon number. 

CHEM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
Individuol Inshurtion course: contort deparhrrent or inshuctor to obtain sertion number. 



CHIN Chinese 



(Arts and ElutnANiTiEs) 

CHlNlOl Intensive Elementary' Chinese 1 

IFermfeql 

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

Honmojois admitted only after o placement mteniew. Inhodurtion to speaking, rood- 
ing , ond wrihng Chinese with on emphasis on mostering the essenfiols of pronuncio- 
hon, bosic chororters ond shurtural patterns. Arronge for placement interview with Dr. 
Scott McGinnis. 
0101(03686) Shen, H. MTuWThE 9:30am-12:20pm (JMZ 1211) 

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CHIK102 Elementary Spoken Chinese iPemKeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fwiequisite: CHIH 10] oi eqaimkal ton-mo/o/5 orfmifferf o/i/c oftef o pimemeni 
interview. Continued study of grommolicol pottems ond vocobulory buildup wilti portt- 
uloi emphosis on convetsotion. Moy be tniten in conjunction witli CHIN 103- 

■J^'j (03696) SWff muWIhFll;00ottvl2:20pm{JMZ1226) 

CHIN103 l:lcmcnt;ir\' \\'riltcn Chinese iPemfeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pieiequisile: CHIH iOI or epmlenl. Vo/hto/o/5 ailmineil only aftei a placement 
inteniew. Continued study oi gtommoticol pottems ond buildup of vocobulocy *ith poi- 
ticulor emphoso on teoding ond writing. Moy be token in conjunction witti CHIN 102 
-';'JM03706) McGinnis,S. MTuWThF9:30oni-10:50om (JMZ 1226) 
CH1N213 Chinese Poetry into Enghsh: An 

Inlroc^uction 

(31 Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Uterofute (HI) DIVERSITY Issues in tlie inteiculturol ond interlinguol interpreto- 
tion of foreign literature ttirougb ttie study of Western lionslntions of ond scholorship 
on selected Chinese poets. No knowledge of Chinese lequiied. 

0201(03716) Shields, A MTuWThF 2:00prth3:30pm (JMZ 2206) 
CH1N499 Directed Study in Chinese iPermfeq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P'F/AUD. 
Individuol Instiuction course: contnct deportment or instructor to obtnin section number. 

CHPH Chemical Physics 

(CoivfPUTER, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

CHPH799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin section number 

CHPH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-81 Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction coune: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

CIAS Classics 

(Arts and Humanities) 
CLAS170 Greek and Roman Mythology 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HE) Tought in English, no prerequisite: cannot be token for longuoge 
aedit. This course is particularly recommended far students plonning to major in for- 
eign longuoges, English, history, the fine arts, or joumolism. 
0101(03829) Stoley,G. MIuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MMH 1400) 

0201(03830) ChtolE. MIuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am (MMH 3418) 

aAS309 Special Topics in Classical 

Literature: Hollywood's Rome 

13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
020 1 (03840) Winkler, M. TuTh 5:40pm-9:00pm (MMH 34 1 8) 

aAS470 Advanced Greek and Roman 
Mythology 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieqmite: CIAS 170 oipeimisiion ol department. Selected themes and chorocters 
of Greek and Romon myth. History of the study of myth and research methods in 
mythology. 

0101(03850) Sloley.G. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (MMH 3418) 

CLAS799 Masters Thesis Research (PermReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F 

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CHUT Comparative Literature 

(.Arts and Humanities) 
CMLT270 Global Literature and Social 
Change 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

CORE: Lteroture (HO DIVERSITY Comporotive study of literature through selected liter- 
ory wodcs hom several nan-Western cultures, viewed cross<ulturally in light of particu- 
lar social, political, ond economic perspectives. 
0101(03910) Aurand,B. MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SOH 1101) 
0201(03911) Schoub,]. TuTh 9:30am-l 2:50pm (SQH 1 1 20) 

CMLT275 World Literature by \\bmen 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

CORE: Uterature (HL) DIVERSITY 4iso offeree/ as Wm 275. Ciedit will be granted lor 
only one of ttie hlhwing: CMll 275 or WMSJ 275. Comporotive study of selected 
works by women writers of several countries, exploring paints of intersection and 
divergence in women's literary representations. 
0101(03921) Richter,S. TuTh 6:O0pm-9:15pm (SQH 2120) 

0201(03922) Maista,M. TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1103) 

CMLT386 E.xperiential Learning iPermReq) 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-R 

Individual Instraction course: contoct department or instractor to obtain section num- 
ber. Preteifaisile: Learning Proposal approved by the Office af [xperienlial Learning 
Programs, faculty sponsor, and student's inlemsbip sponsor 56 semeslei boars. 

CMtT488A Genres: Film Analysis 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(03933) Miller,!. TuTh 6:30pm-l 0:00pm (SQH 1120) 

0201(03934) Miller,). IuTh6:30pm-l 0:00pm (SQH 1120) 




CMLT699 Independent Study iPermHeqj 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instructor to obtain section number. 

CMn788 Practicum in Comparative Studies 



(1-6) Grode Method: S-F 

0101(03946) STAFF Time and room to be arronged 

0201(03947) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

CMIT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contoct department or instructor to obtoin seflion number. 

CMtr899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instturtion course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

Open to Minanty Honors Progrom for Scientists ond Engineers. 

Open to Summer Scholars in Computer Science and Engineering Program partidpanls on^. 

CM$C Computer Science 

(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 

Sciences) 

CMSC102S Introduction to Information 

Technology' (PemReiil 

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

for normojors only Hoi open to students who have completed CMSC 113 or CM5C 
214. Credit will be granted for only one of the following: CMSC 102 ar CMSC 214 or 
CMSC 113. (IfCMSC 102 is token before (CMSC 214 or CMSC 113), then ciedit will 
be granted lor both). 



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CMSC106 Introduction to C Programming 

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

Prereguisite: IMIH 1 10 Hot applicable to the major reguirements in computer sci- 
ence Credit will not be granted for CMSC 1 06 if students already Aove credit lor 
either CMSC 1 13 or CMSC 1 14. Hot open to shidents who have completed CMSC 
1 13 or CMSC 1 14. Design and onolysis of programs in C. An introduction to compu^ 
ing using structured pragromming concepts. CMPS majors will be given priority for reg- 
istration until the first day of classes. 

0101 (04115) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuThF 9:30om-10:50om (CLB 01 1 1) 
W9:30am-10:50om(CLB011I)Lab 

0102(04116) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98^7/24/98 MTuThF 9:30am-l 0:50am (CL80111) 
W12:30pm-l:20pm (CHE 2136) Lob 

CMSC107 Introduction to the UNIX 
Operating System 

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

Pecommended prior experience with compuhng. Effective use of UNIX tools for stu- 
dents of all disciplines UNIX file system; shell programming; text edihng; filters; pipes; 
mocra processing; dora onolysis, text processing; document maintenance. 

0101(04126) STAFF MTuWThF8:00am-9:20am (ClBOllD 

CMSCI14 Computer Science I 

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

Pieteguisite: (CMSC WSorCMSC 106) with a grade of C or bettet or score of 4 or 5 
on Pascal AP exam or permission of department based on sahsfoctory peifotmance on 
the deportment's placement exams. Coreguisite: MATH 140. Credit will be gmnled for 
only one of the following: CMSC 114 or CMSC 1 13. With CMSC 214, this course 
forms a one-year sequence for computet science mo/ors. Inlrodudion to UNIX. 
Pracedural ond dato abstroction using C+-f. 

0101 (04136) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuThF 9:30am-l 0:50am (JMP 3201) 
W9:30am-10:50am(JMP 3201) Lib 

CMSC150 Introduction to Discrete Structures 

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

CORE: Molhemohcs or Formal Reasoning (MS) Pre- or coreguisite: MiTH 140. formerly 
CMSC 250. Fundnmentol mathematical concepts related to computer science, including 
finite and infinite sets, relotions, hjncfions, and propositionol logic. Intioducfion to other 
techniques, modeling ond solving problems in computer science. Introduflion to permu- 
lotions, combinotions, grophs, ond trees with selected opplicofions. 

0101 (04146) STAFF 

Meets 06/01 /98«/24/98 MTuWTh 11 :00am-l 2:50pm (JMP3201) 
Fll:00am-12:50pm (JMP 3201) Dis 

OIISC251 Algorithms 

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

Prerequisites: ICMSC IUorCMSCII4)witha grade of C or belter, CMSC 1 50 with a 
grade of C or belter, ond MAJHI40.k systematic study of the complexity of some ele- 
mentary olgontfims reloted to sorting, graphs ond trees, ond combinotoncs. Algorithms 
are onolyzed using mathematical techniques to solve recurrences ond summotions. 

0101(04156) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (CLB 0102) 

CMSC3irComputer Organization (Permfeq) 
(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ICMSC 1 13 or CMSC 214} with a grade of Cor better. Introduction to 
assembly longuoge. Design of digitol logic circuits. Orgonizofion of central processors, 
including instruction sets, register transfer operafions, control microprogramming, dota 
representofion, ond arithmetic olgorithms. Memory ond input/output orgonizotion. 

0101(04166) STAFF MTuWThf ll:00am-12:20pm (CLB 0111) 

CMSC386 Experiential Learning (feimlteq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin secfion wm- 
ber. Prerequisite: Looming Proposal approved by the Ofke of Cxpehential Learning 
Programs, faculty sponsor, and swdent's internship sponsor. 56 semester boors. 
Written permission of instructor must be obtained in advance on depaitmeni form. 

CMSC390 Honors Paper (PermHeq) 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: admission to CMSC Honors Progrom Special study or reseorch directed 

toward preporahon of honors paper. 
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CMSC411 Computer Systems Architecture 

(3)GfiiileMelliod:liEC/P-F/AUD. 

Preiafiisiles: a smie (>l C a bem in CMSC 311 and CMSC 330: a CMSC 400: Old 
pemssonofileiiirtmaitoiCMSCgmluolesiuleal. Input/output pmesos and 
tedmiques. InttKyslan ajmmuraoilioci, buses, todies. Msacq ond menxxy to- 
apdies. Miaopragnmnng, padeism, and pipeining. 
;?;i (04189) SttfF MTuWniF11:00an-12;50pm (080102) 

CMSC420 Data Structures (fmhql 
(3) Grode Method: REC/PF/AUD. 

ftereguBte: o gnxk dCa bene ei CMSC 330 a CMSC 400: ond pemtssion of 
depoitmenl: Of CMSCgiaknle student. iaa^Oim, pnipedies, ond storage dloaition 
of doto structures induding ists and trees, ilgontlms for rmnipuioting stiudues. 
Appticotions from oieas siidi as data processing, inforrmtion relrievol, symbol monipu' 
lotnn, and operolmg systems. 
0101(04199) STAFF MTuWniF9:30am-10:50om (08 0102) 

CMSC451 Design and .Analysis of Computer 

Algorithms tPefmKe(i) 
(3) Ikade Method: REG/P'F/AUD. 

Pwrequisites: Q fade olC or beltsi in (CMSC 11 3 0(CMSC2I4) ond ograleol Cm 
ierref m CMSC 25 /; oni/ pemission of ifepor/menf. Fundomental tedmiques for 
designing efhdent computet algorithms, proving their cotredness. ond analyzing their 
complexity. Generol topics iixkide sorting, selecNon, graph algorithms, and basic algo- 
rithm design porodignis (sudi as dmdeondtonquer, dynamic pragmnming ond 
greedy olgorithms), lower bounds and NP-completeness. 
r.!Dl (04209) STAFF MTuWThF9:30om-10:50am(080102) 

CMSC460 Computational Methods (Pemlteq) 

(31 Grode Method: RK/P-F/AUD. 
heiequiste5:iogiodeolCa(betteiinimi240and»m241):anlfCMSCIW 
a CAISC f )3}: atdpenassmddeiatmeiit, oi CMSC jntduc^ Hudenl. Hso 
olkml as lun 460. Oeditwl be gnnted hi onlf one olliiehkmg: 
GH5C/MI 460 or CJI(S(/AUn 4dd. Basic computahonal triethods 
rion, least STHiotes, approximation, nutnericd iiuailnilue, nunericol solution oi polyru- 
miol and ttonscendentol equations, syslens of linear equations and inirial volue prob- 
lems for ottftiory iflferenfial equohons. Emphasis on methods ond their computohonol 
properties rothec thon their onolytic ospeds. Intended primorily hir students ii the 
physicol ond engineering sdences. 

0101 (04219) SttFF 

Meets 06/01/9M7/24/98 MTulhF 8:00airh9:20am (Mill 0102) 

CMSC498A Special Problems in Computer 

Science (fermKeq) 
(1-3) l^ode Method: RFG/PF. 

Individual Instruction course: contod deportment or instructor to obtain sedion number. 

CMS098A Graduate Seminar in Computer 
Science Ifemiai) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contod deportment or instructor to obtoin section number. 

0«SO99 Master's Thesis Research IhmHai) 

(Ul Grade Method: REG. 

Indrviduol Instrucrion course: contod department a Instmdor to obtain sedion number. 

CMSC818A Ad^•anced Topics in Computer 

Systems Ifemfeq) 
(I '3) Gfode Method: REG/AUD. 

Indrviduol Instnrdion course: contod department or instnjdor to obloin sedion number. 

CMSC828A Advanced Topics in Information 
Processing IfemReq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportment or mstmdor to obtain sedion number. 

CMSC838A Advanced Topics in Programming 
Languages tPemKeql 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contod department or instmctor to obtain sedion number. 

CMSC858A Advanced Topics in Theor)' of 

Computing Ifemieq) 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Individual Instrudion cause: contod deportment or inslnidor to oblan sedion number. 



OIISC87JA Advanced Topics in Numerical 
Methods (hmlttn) 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

InrMuol Instnxtion cause: contod depomnent Of instrudoi Id oMn sedion number 

CMSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

InMuol Instrucnon course: conlad departmem Of 'nstnidai to obtoii section numfaei. 

CONS Sustainable 
Development & Conservation 
Biology 

(Life Sciences) 

C0N$M9 Special Topics in Conservation 
Biolog\' 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 
0101 (04306) Inouye, 0. Tme and mom to be arranged 
0201 (04307) Inouye, 0. Time and mm to be ormnged 

C0MS798 Research Papers in Sustainable 
Development and Conservation 
Biolog\' (hrmKeq) 
(H) Grode Method: REG/S-F. 
0101(04317) STAFF Time ond room Id be ononged 

0201 (043181 STAFF Time ond room to be ommged 

COOP Cooperative Education 
Program 

tL"NDERGR.-\DL'.\TE STUDIES) 

C0OP098 Suinmer Co-Op Work Experience 

(No aei£t) Grade Method: S-R 

Permission of Coop Coonfinolor required. Obtain signotue and more information at 
the Coreer Center, 3121 Homboke Ubroiy. For spedol fees, see the finondol infomio- 
tion section of the Sdiedule of Classes. 
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ECON Economics 



\Beh.\vior.\l .and Soci.al Sciences) 

EC0H200 Principles of Micro-Economics 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequiste: MnilO 01 phiement in MAIHI 15 01 above. It 'smonmended that 
stvdentsconvletelCOH 200 behe taking icon 201 OeiStwl be ftrntedh only 
oneolttie fohwiig: KOH 200 a ECOH 203 Fonttedy KOH 203 This course 
emphasizes the behmia of individual consumers ond business hrms, problems of 
intemohonol node ond finance, the (fctrturion of income, poldes hx eliminahng 
poverty and dEcriminahon, the problems of envionmentol poDurion, ond the impoct of 
different market stnidures upon economic odivity. 
0101 (04419) STAFF TuWTh 6:30pm-9:25pm (JRN 1 104) 

0102(04420) SHFF MTuWlhF9:OOom-10:45om(KFf 0125) 

0103(04421) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-l2:45pm(™S0138) 

0201 (04422) STAFF MTuWIhF 1 1 :00om-l 2:45pm (TJ 1 101) 

0202(04423) STAFF MTuWlhF9:00om-10:45om(TY0 2102) 

0203(04424) STAFF Tumh6:30pm-9:25pm(ARC1101) 

EC0N201 Principles of Macro-Economics 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral and Sodol Sdence (S8) Aai9)uisile: AWN I fO rir pibcerrienr (I 
mi lis 01 obm.lt is lecmnenied thai stiidenlsamtliae KOH 206 b^oie Itk- 
ingSCOH20I.Oe(St»1begmntedhionlroneoitliefoli3mig:[COH201« 
KOH 20S. An introduction to the problems of unemployment, iiflalion, and economic 
growth. Emphasis on roles of monetary and hscal policy in the condud of moooeco- 
nomic poicy. Ihe efhcocy of woge and price controls is onolyzed. 
0101(04434) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:45am (TYOOlll) 

0102(04435) STAFF MTuWlhF9:OOom-10:45om (PIS1113) 

0103(04436) STAFF MTuWlhF 11 :00am-1 2:45pm (70P 1228) 

0104(04437) STAFF MTuW6;30pm-9:25pm (KEY 0123) 

0201(04438) SWF MIuWThF8:0Oom-9:45om (TYB2109) 



EC0N305 Intermediate Macroeconomic 

Theory and Policy 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Fimquisiles: KOH 201: and KOH 203: and im 220. OaSi wl be gmited tor 
ont/ one ol the fohmng: KOH 30S 01 KOH 40Sfonnedy KOH 401. Mfisdl 
Ihe delenrmlion of nohoml income, employment, and price levels. Discussion of am- 
sumption, irrvestment, nHotion, and government hscd and monetary poky. 

0101(04450) SWF MTuWIhF9:30om-10:50am (TlfOOll?) 

0201(04451) STAFF !uTh 6:30pm-9:50pm (TlfO 2108) 

EC0N30* Intermediate Microeconomic 
Theor\ 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

ftereguste.- f CO* 20 1; and ICOH 203: and M/OH 220. fo/medy KOH 401 
Analysis of the theories of consumer behavior and of the firm, market systems, SsHk 
ution theory ond the role o( eitemotties. 
0101(04461) SWF MTuWThF ll:OOam-12:20pm(TYD0111) 

0102(04462) STAFF TuTh6:30pm-9:50pm (TYB2111) 

0201(04463) STAFF MW6:30pm-9: 50pm (KEY 1117) 

0202 (04464) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (SOH 1 1 1 7) 

EC0N315 Economic Development of 
Underdeveloped Areas 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

?!m(iii^esi(Km201:a>ilKOH203)oiK0H20S Cieit wl be gianted la 
onV one of (fie fcfciiinj: ffO« 3/5 or fCOIV Oii. former^ ff(W 4/5. Analysis of 
the economic and sodol dionideristiG of undenleveloped areas. Recent theories of eco- 
nomic development, ohstodes to development, poides and pbining lor devek)pment. 

0101(04474) SWF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (TYO 2109) 

EC0N386 Experiential Learning 
(34) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

hemfjE^ leoming fmfosal oiipnMd by the Ofke ol bperiential leamng 

Pmgmms, haity sfonsa, imd slalenfs iitemship sfonsoi. S6 semester bouis. 

0101(04484) Wbllis,J. Time and room to be ominged 

020' (04485) Wolfe,!. Hme ond room to be ominged 

EC0H399 Indi^^dual Reading and Research 
For Undergraduates (FemKeq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

InrSviduol Instnxtion course: conraci deportment or inslnxtof to obtain sedion num- 
ber. Prerequisite: six hours of upper division economics courses. 

EC0M425 Mathematical Economics 

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

fteegrBte; KOH 305 or KOH 405 and KOH 306 or KOH 406, and im 220 
a eqaialait Mothematicnl developments of theory of household and fimi, general 
equifibrium and welhire economics, moricet imperfections, ond role of informohon. 
0201(04497) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-12:20pm (SOH 1121) 

EC0N430 Monc\' and Banking 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
ftereqwsiiss: fCO« ?(» onrf f f 0« ?03. Oerft ** 4e jrantetf for on^r one of Ae fbf 
Ibwiig: KOH 430 or KOH 431. Ihe structure of hnandd insrituhons and their role in 
Ihe provision of money and neor money. Analysis of the Federal Reserve System, the 
techniques of centrol bonks, and the control of supply of finondol ossets in stobJizO' 
tion poficy. Rekitionship of money and credit to economic odivity ond Ihe price level 
0101(04507) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-I0:50om (TYO 2111) 

0201 (04508) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (SOH 1 1 1 7) 

EC0K440 International Economics 
(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Preieqissites: KOH 201 and ICOH 203 Cie(6t»i be granted fa only one oi the h^ 
bitiig: ff(W 440 or ffOA/ 44 /. A description of intemotionol trade ond the analysis 
of international nansodions, eidionge rates, and botonce of poymenls. Analysis of poi- 
des of protection, devokntion, and exdongc rate stobSzation and their conserfiences. 
0101(04518) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00oni-9:20om(TYB 01 17) 

0102(04519) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (lYD 0102) 

0201(04520) STAFF MW6:30pm-9:50pm (TYO 2110) 



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ECON460 Industrial Organization 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Piefequisile: KOH 306 of KOH 406. Chonging stricture of the Amcricon economy; 
price policies in different industiiol clossJicotions of monopoly ond competition in relo- 
tion to problems of public policy. 

0101(04530) STAFF MTuWIhF Il:00om-I2:20pm (WSOiai) 

EC0N799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Individuol Instruction course: contort deportment or instturtor to obtain section number, 

EC0N899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to obtain sertron number 

EDCI Curruulum and 
Instruction 

(Iiducation) 

EDCI298 Special Problems in Teacher 

Education IPemReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P'F/AUD. 

0101 (04593) STAFF Time and room to be orrnnged 

0201(04594) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDCI301 Teaching Art in the Elementary 
School 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

for elementary and pi^lemeMiy educalion majois onlf. Hot open fo art education 
mjois. Art methods ond moleriols for elementory sctiools Includes loborotory experi- 
ences wittr mntenols apprapriote for elementary schools. Emphasis on emerging oreas 
af art educotion for ttre elementory classroom teocher, 

0101 (04604) Wnght, H. 

Meets 06/01 /98-06/1 9/98 MTuWThF 8:30am-1 1 :30am (f OU 1315) 

EDCI320 Curriculum and Instruction in 
Secondary Education: Social 

Studies/History IPermReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P'F/AUD. 

Fieiepisites: adwission to teacher education program; ond 2.S M; ond permission 
ol department; and WHO 300S; ond fflfl 390. for education mo/ors onlf. 
Objertives, selection ond orgnnizotion of subjert matter, apprapnate methods, lesson 
plans, textbooks and odier instruflionol materiols, measurement and topics pertinent 
to social studies educotion. Includes emphosis on multkulturol educotion. Cotequisile: 
EDCI 428 

0101(04614) Grrmcione, 1. 

Meets 05/26/98-06/1 1/98 MTuWThF 8:00am-12:00pm (CSS 2416) 

EDCI385 Computers lor Teachers 

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

Fierequisites: admission to leoclier educotion fifojrom; and 2.5 OPi. for education 
majors only. Credit will be granted tor only one of the hllowing: [DO 385, or fflfl 
487; or ffl/T 406; or lOll 411; or [DSP 480. A first-level survey ot mstrurtianal uses 
of computers, sofhvare, ond related technology for pieservice teochers. 

0101(04624) Becl(,C. 

Meets 06/22/98-07/1 0/98 MTuWThF 8:30om-l 1 :30am (EDU 0202) 

EDCI390 Principles and Methods of 
Secondary Education 

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

Prerequisites: admission to teocher educotion piogiom; and 2.5 OPA. Corequisiles: 
[DHO 413 ond [DHD 420. for educahoo motors onlf. Principles and methods of 
leeching in junior and senior high schools Instruchonol problems common to oil of die 
subjert fields, considered in lelahon to die needs and interests of youdi, social prob- 
lems and die central values of society. 

0101(04634) Hendricks, S. MW3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2102) 
Time and room to be arranged lob 

0201(04635) Jantz,R. MW 12:20pm-3:40pm (EOU 1315) 

Time ond loom to be orrnnged Lob 

EDCI397 Principles and Methods of 

Teaching in Elementary Schools 

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

Prerequisites: admission to teocher educohon program; ond 2.5 6PA for education 
mo(orsqi7//.Ieocliin9Megies, classroom 

34 V I E IT OUR WEE SITE A 



planning and evoluoting inshurtion in elementary schools. Emphasis on principles ol 
effertive instrurtion, classraom manogemeni, ond adophihon of instrurtion for various 
shjdeni populahons. 

0101(04645) McGinnis.l. 

Meets 06/01/98-06/1 9/98 MTuWThF 8:30am-1 1 :30om (EDU 221 2) 

EDCI415 Methods of Teaching ESOL in 
Elementary Schools 

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

Prerequisite: [DO 434 or permission ol deportment Analysis of elementary school 
classmom culhrre, sociol contexts, and instructional strotegies which foster language 
development in elemenlory school content areos (i.e., madi, social studies, ort ond 
science), consistent widi current dieories of child second language acquisition. For 
undergmduole and groduate prospertive and current teachers of English to speakers of 
ortier longuages. 
0201(04655) STAFF MW3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCI426 Methods of Teaching Social Studies 
in Secondary Schools 

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

Prerequisites: fOHD 300; ond [DO 390 Objertives, selertion and orgnnizotion of sub- 
ject mutter, oppropriate mediods, lesson plans, lexdiooks and odier inshurtionol mate- 
hals, measurement ond topics perhnent to sociol shjdies educohon. Includes emphasis 
on mulhculhJial educohon. For in-service teachers. Corequisile: EDCI 428. 

0101(04665) Cimncione,!. 

Meels 05/26/98-06/1 1/98 MTuWThF 8:00am-1 2:00pm (CSS 2416) 

EDCI428 Field Experience in Secondary 
Social Studies Teaching 

(1) Grade Method: S-F 

Coiequisite: EDCI 320 oi FOCI 426. 
0101(04675) Cirrincione, I. 
Meets 05/26/98-06/1 1/98 MTuWThF 1 :00pm-3:00pm (Arranged) Lab 

EDCI434 Methods of Teaching English to 
Speakers of Other Languages 

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

A survey of die histoncol and current approaches, methods, and techniques of teaching 
English to speakeis of odiei longuages fram grammar translotion to audio-linguol to 
communicuhve appraaches. Analysis of successful classraom prartices which address 
die needs of cultural and longuoge minority shidents. 
0201(04685) STAFF MW3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU2119) 

EDCI436 Teaching for Cross-Cultural 
Communication 

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

The techniques ond content for teoching culhire in foreign longuoge dosses ond 
English os o Second Longuoge (ESI) dosses. Research and evoluotion of selerted 
ospects of culhrre os bosis for creohng teaching moterials. 

0101(04695) De Lorenzo, W MW3:40pm-6:55pm (EDO 1315) 
EDCI443 Literature for Children and Youth 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
for elementory educohon ond pre^lementory education majors only. Anolysis of liter- 
ory materials for children and youth. Timeless and ogeless books, and outstonding 
exomples ol contemporary publishing, fvaluahon of the conlrihuhons of individuol 
outhors, illustrators and children's book awards. Also for in-service teachers. 

0101 (04705) Heidelbach, R. 

Meets 06/01/98-06/1 9/98 MTuWThF 1 2:30pm-3:30pm (EDU 0206) 

EDCI443A Literature for Children and Youth 

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

For elementary education ond pretlementary education majors only. 
0101(04715) ComosJ. 
Meets 06/22/98-07/10/98 MTuWThF l:00pm-4:00pm (EDU 0211) 

EDCI444 Language Arts in Early Childhood 
Education 

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

Teaching ol spelling, hondwrihng, oral ond written expression and creohve expression. 
Phmonly for in-service teochers, nursery school thraugh grade 3. 

0101 (04725) Grodi, L. 

Meets 06/22/98-07/1 0/98 MTuWThF 1 :00pm-4:00pm (EDU 2 1 1 9) 



EDCI445 Language Arts in the Elementary 
School 

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

Teoching of spelling, hondwrihng, oral ond written expression and creohve expression. 
Primarily for in-service reachers, grades 1-6 

0101(04735) Grodi.L. 

Meets 06/22/98-07/1 0/98 MTuWThF 1 :00pm-4:00pm (EOU 2 1 1 9) 

EDCI463 Reading in the Secondary School 

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

Prerequisites: admission to teocher educotion program; ond 2. 5 GPi; ar petmissioa of 
deporhnent required lor post-baccolauteote shidents. fat educohon majors only The 
hrndumentals of content oreo reoding inshurtion. Emphasis on middle school dirough 
high school. 

0201 (04745) Soracho, 0. 

Meets 07/13/98-07/31/98 MTuWThF 9:00am-1 2:20pm (EDU 3233) 

EDCI467 Teaching Writing 

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

Prerequisites: [DHD 4 I3S, fOHD 420 ond [DO 390; permission of deporhnent 
required for post-boccatoureote students. Sources and procedures for developing cur- 
riculum objechves and maleiials for teaching whiten composihon; prewrihng, compos- 
ing, ond revision procedures; contemporary direchons in ihetoricul dieory; survey of 
reseorch on composihon instruchon. 
0201 (04755) Slater, W MW 3:40pm-7;OOpm (EDU 1121) 

EDCI488A Selected Topics in Teacher 

Education: Internet and Computer 
Mediated Communication in the 
Elementary and Secondary 
Classroom 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

0201(04765) McKillop.A 

Meets 07/1 3/98-07/31/98 MTuWThF 1 :00pm-4:00pm (EDU 021 1 ) 

EDCI4886 Selected Topics in Teacher 

Education: Student-Constructed 
HyperMedia 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

0201 (04775) McKillop, A 

Meets 07/1 3/98-07/3 1/98 MTuWThF 8:30om-l 1 :30om (EDU 2 1 01 ) 

EDCI489 Field Experiences in Education 

11-41 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(04785) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

0201(04786) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

EDCI498 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(04796) STAFF Time ond room to be arronged 

0201(04797) STAFF Time ond room to be arronged 

EDCI680 Trends in Secondary School 
Curriculum 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Recent developments in educohonol thinking ond piortice on die curhculum. For mos- 
ter's cerhficohon shidents only. 
0101(04817) Pnyne.J. luTh9:00om-12:20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI681 Trends in Elementary School 
Curriculum 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Recent developments in educahonal diinking and prartice which hove nfferted die cur- 
riculum in elementory educohon. For moster's cerhficohon shidents only. 

0101(04827) Payne, J. TuTh9:00am-12:20pm (EDU 2101) 

EDCI690 Teaching as a Profession iPemSeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prerequisite' permission of deportment The profession of teaching and die knowledge 
base diet dehnes teoching. Cuiient and social issues diet affert teaching and leoming; role 
of research ond expenence in learning to teach, Foi mostei's cerhhcahon shidents only, 
0201(04837) STAFF F 9:00om-4:00pm (EOU 1107) 



inform 



edu/summer 



EDCI691 Models of Teaching: Theories and 

AppHcations IPsmReql 
(31 Grade Mettiod: KEG. 

Pierequsite permssim ol defoilment. Theory ond reseordi on teodikig os opplied to 
models of instruction Pmdice In developing on Initiol repertoite of teochmg models 
ond m providing tliouglitfiil tntigue of teoehing based on tliese models. Foi mostei's 
ceAotion students only. 
0201(04847) Moleb,!. Tulli9:00om-12:20pm (EDU2102) 
0202(04848) McColebJ. luTli l:00piit4:20pm (fOU2102) 

EDCI76I Advanced CUnical Practices in 
Reading Assessment 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

ftBreguiste fflfl 66S Coreqmite: 100 /62. Clinicol procticum in Assessment focus- 
ing on sttengths ond needs m leoding. Cose tepott wiling ond conferences. 
0201 (04858) Codling, R. Time ond loom to be otionged 

EDa762 Advanced CUnical Practices in 

Reading Instruction 

(3) Grade Melliod: REG/AUD. 
frereQuisite: lOO 66S. Corequsite: IKI 76 1. Clinicol procticum in instniction focus- 
ing on instiuctionni techniques ond diognoshc teoching. 
0201 (04868) Codling, R. Time ond room to be otionged 

EDCI788G Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Proseminar: 
Perspectives on Teaching IPemSeq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

For moster's certificohon students only. 
0101(04878) SWF Tulh l:00pm4:20pm (EDU 1121) 

Time ond room to be nminged lob 
0102(04879) STAFF TuTh l:00pnM:20pm (EDU 1121) 

Time ond room to be orronged lob 
This course provides on opportunity tor students to synthesize ond integrote knowl- 
edge ond skills leomed in all components of the Morylond Masters Cerhhcohon 
l^rom. Porhculor emphosB is ploced on the integrohon of theoreticol, empiricol ond 
practicol knowledge of teoching ond looming. 

EDCI7B8J Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Standards-Based 
Mathematics Curriculum 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(04889) Graebei.A MTumTiF8:30om-T!:30am(E0U212T) 

EOCI788U Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Instructional 
Implications of Cognitive Sciences 

IPemlteii) 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

For moster's certificntion students only. 
0201(04899) Diehet.M. MW 9:00om-l 2:20pm (EDU 1315) 

0202(04900) Sloter.W. MW9:00om-12:20pm (EDUl12t) 

EDa798 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instniction course: contort deponment or instnjctor to obtain sechon number. 

EDCI799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Individuol Inshuchon course: contort deporhnent at inshudDr to obtain section number. 

E0C1888 Apprenticeship in Education 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indmduol Instnirtion course: contort deportment or instnjctor to obtorn sertion number. 

EDCI899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instnxtion course; contort deportment or instnjctor to oblnin sertion number. 



EDCP Education Counseling 
and Personnel Services 

(Education) 

E0CP108B College and Career Advancement: 

Concepts and Skills: Academic 

Skills 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (04967) Von Bmnt, J. 
Meets 06/1 1/98^)7/02/98 MTuWTh 1 l:00am-t2:0fli)m (SHM 2101) 

EDCP386 Experiential Learning (hrmfeq) 

[U] Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

Individuol Instnjction course contort deportment or instnjctor to obtain section num- 
ber Ptoe(juis/<B; Leamng frofosii appmed dy t/ie Office of firpenen*/ immg 
ftograms, hailty sponsor, om/ student's rnferas/i(p Sfonsa. S6 smeslei Iwuis. 

EOCP420 Education and Racism 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSITY Sttotegy development tor counselors and educotois to deol wittr problems 
of racism. 
0101(04979) PopeOovis, D. TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 4233) 

EDCP489 Field Experiences in Counseling 
and Personnel Services 

(1-4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indrviduoi Instnjflion course: contort deportment or instnjrtor to obtorn sechon number. 

EDCP498 Special Problems in Counseling 
and Personnel Services 

(1-31 Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol InstTurtion course: contort deportment or instnjctor to obtoin sechon number. 

EDCP6I1 Career Development Theory and 
Programs 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Reseotcb ond theory related to coreer ond educntionol decisions; programs of reloted 
infonnahon and other ochvihes in coreer decision. 

0101 (05000) Reile, D. MW 3:40pm-7:00p(n (EOU 3233) 

iomu Personality Theories in Counseling 

and Personnel Services 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Exominohon of constnjrts ond reseordi reiohng to mn|or personolity theones with 
emphasis on their signihconce for wodiing with the behaviors of individuols. 

0101(05010) Fobion,E. MW 7:00pm-1 0:20pm (EDU 3233) 

EDCP617 Group Counseling 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Preiequisite: fOCP6}6Ji survey of 'heoiy, reseordi ond prartke of group counseling 
and psydiotherapy with on inttodurtion to growth groups ond the loborotory opptoodi, 
therapeuhc foOors in groups, composition of therapeutic groups, problem drents, thera- 
peuhc tedinigues, reseordi methods, theones, ethics ond training of group counsekits 
and therapists. 
0101 (05020) Ridiie, 8. Tulh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2102) 

EDCP625 Counseling the Chemically 
Dependent 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Chemicol dependency and its efferts on the individuars personol, sodol, and work 
hinrtioning. Counseling procedures for persons with drug ond olcohol problems. 
0101(05030) STAFF TuTh7:00pm-10;20pm (EOU 3236) 

EDCP78B Ad\anced Practicum (famHeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
For Counseling Psychology Maiors only. 

0101(05040) STAFF Time ond room to he arranged 

EDCP798 Special Problems in Counseling 

and Personnel Services 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Indrviduoi Instnirtion course: contort deponment or inshurtor to obtoin section number. 



EDCP799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

Indrddud Instnjction course; contort depottineflt 01 insttudoi to oboin seclion lUTtbei 

EDCP888 .Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services 
(1-8) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instnjchoo course: contort depalment or insttudoi to oboin sertion number. 

EDCPSBBR Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services: Internship in 
Rehabilitation 

(1-i) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05057) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

EDCP888S Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services: School 
Psychologv 

(1-ii Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0201(05067) Rogers, M. Trme and room to be ominged 
For School Psydiology Students Only. 

EDCP888U Apprenticeship in Counseling and 
Personnel Senices: College 
Student Personnel (femhql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101 (05077) Osteen, 1. Time and room to be ominged 

EDCP889 Internship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instiurtion course; contort deportment or instrortor to obtain sertion number, 

EDCP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 
Individuol Inshurtion course; contort depoimient or instnjrtor to obloii sertion number. 

EDHD Education, Human 
Development 

(Education) 

EDHD300 Human Development and Learning 

IPermReql 

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

Prmqvisitd: ajititssm to teoihei edxalm pwgitm. Major concepts ond theories of 

human development and leoming ond their implicahons for the educnhonol process. 

One holf doy a week in school to observe student behoviot, poihdpote in dossraom 

ochvities, ond ottend seminars on school toprcs. 
0101(05141) Alexonder.P MTuWThF9:30am-12:30pm (EOU 3315) 
]2C (05142) Roberlson-Idiobo, E. MTuWThF 9:30om-T 2:30iim 

(EDU 3315) 

EDHD306 Study of Human Behavior 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

The sdenhhc pnndples of humon behovioi, dcvetopment, ond adjustment. Field wort 
obsetvohon, recording, and onolysB of the behoviot of on individuol. Does not satisfy 
requirements of professional teodiei educohon program. 
0201(05152) Green, H. MW 12:30pm-3:00pm (EDU 3315) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

EDHD320 Human De\ elopment through the 

Lifespan 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Central concepts reloted to porameters of humon development, iniHkjal and sodid, 

whidi orise throughout the vorious stoges of the Hespon. Continuity and dmnge with- 
in the developing individual. 
0101 (05162) Mnrcus, R. MW 1 2;30pm-3;40pm (EDU 3315) 
Time and room to be orronged Dis 



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EDH0400 Introduction to Gerontology 
(3) Gfode Method: liE£/AUD. 

MuWisaptnotY survey of the processes of oging. fliysiologicol ctionges, cuhural 
forces, ond self-processes Ihot beor on quolity of He m loter yeors Field study of pro- 
gioms, InsWutkHis foi eWedy, individuol elders, iheir fomilles ond core providers. 
0101(051/2) Sniilh,G. TiTh 7:00prr>l 0:00pm (EDU 0114) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

£DHD411 Child Growth and Development 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Hieoreticol opprooches (o ond empiricol studies of pliysicol, psydiologicol ond socio! 
development fiom conception to poberty. Implicotions for home, school ond community. 
0101(05182) flotter,C. TuTh 4:OOpm-7:00pm (fOU 3236) 

frme ond room to be ortonged Dis 

EDHD413 Adolescent Development 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Adolescent development including speciol problems encountered in contemporary cul- 
ture. Observofionol component ond individuol cose study. 
0101(05192) Gordnet.A. TuTh 7:00pm-10:10pm (EDO 2102) 

Time ond room to be arranged Dis 

0201 (05193) STAFF MW 4:00pm-7 :00pm (EDU 3233) 

Time ond room to be anonged Dis 

EDHD420 Cognitive Development and 

Learning 

13) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

frerer)ois*e: IDHO 300 oi WHO 320 or IDHO 4UorPSYC 355 or PSyC341 oi pel- 
mission of depailmenl Current developmentol theories of cognitive processes such os 
kjnguoge, memory, ond intelligence ond how d'rffeiences in cognitive level (infancy 
through odolescence) mediate learning of educotionol subject matters. 

0101(05203) Eliot, J. TuTh7:OOpm-10:20pm (EDU 3233) 

EDHD430 .Adolescent X'iolence 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Fieiequisite: PSK WO or WHO 300 oi femissm ot iefanment. Examines the 
roots of violence omong odolescenfs ond the extent to which this constitutes o prob- 
lem in vonous settings. Reseoich studies on its origins, prevention ond intervenhon 
ond implicotions for sociol policy ore exomined. 
01 01 (0521 3) Morcus, I m 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 33 1 5) 

Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD460 Educational Psychology 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Piewijuisite: PSYCIOO oi lOHO 306 oi peimission of ilepoitmenl. Applicohon of psy- 
chology to looming processes and theories. Individuol dWetences, measurement moti- 
vohon, emohons, intelligence, ottitudes, problem solving, thinking ond communicohng 
in educohonol sethngs. (Moy not be substtuted for EDHD 300 by students in profes- 
sional teocher educotion progroms.) 

^2' (05223) STAFF TuTh7:OOpm-10:10pm (EDU 3233) 

EDHD489 Field Experiences in Education (femlleq) 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG. 

Indtnduol Insttuchon course: contoct department or instructor to obtoin section number. 

EDHD498 Special Problems in Education 
(1-31 Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number 

E0HD600 Introduction to Human 

De\ elopment and Child Study 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

An overview of the muhidisciplinory, scientihc principles which describe humon devel- 
opment and behovior and on opplicotion of these pnnciples in on onolysis of a behnv 
iotol record. Techniques of observotion, recording, and onolysis of humon behavior. 
Emphasis on critiquing ond applying reseorch hndings. 
■?■ (0523?) Green, H. IuTh4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3315) 

Time and room to be otronged Dis 

EDH0701 Training the Parent Educator 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

fecommenM couise m chilli development History, philosophy, and ethics of potent 
educotion, ond exominotion of issues chticol to the design, implementation, ond evolu- 
otion of potent educotion programs, training in communicotion ond leodership skills. 
0101(05247) Flotter,C. TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 3233) 

Time Odd room to be arranged Dis 



EDHD72I Learning Theory and the Educative 
Process 1 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Major theones, issues and research in looming and cognitive development Emphasis 
on the application of these theones to education and the helping professions. 
C2" (05257) Gardner,A TuTh 7:00pm-10:10pm (EDU 3315) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDHD789 Internship in Human Development 
13-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: conh)ct deportment ot inshuctar to obtain section number 

EDHD798 Special Problems in Education 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Insttuchon course: contact depathnent or inshuchir h) obhiin sechon number. 

EDHD799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-i) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Insttuchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

EDHD888 Apprenticeship in Education 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Insttuchon couise: contact department or inshuctot to obtain sechon number 

EDHD889 Internship in Education 
(3-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indnridual Instnjrtion cou5e: contoct deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number 

EDHD899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact department or instructor to obtoin sechon number 



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EDMS Measurement, 
Statistics, and Evaluation 



(Education) 

EDMS451 Introduction to Educational 

Statistics 

13) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Junioi standing. Inttoduchon to stohstitol reosoning; locotion ond dispersion measures; 

computer opplicohons; regression ond correlohon; formohon of hypotheses tests, t-test; 

oneway onolysis of vononce; analysis of contingency tobies. 
0101(05328) MocreodyG MTufflh 1 2:00pm-l :40pm (EDO 1107) 
0102(05329) MocreodyG MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (EDU 1107) 
0201(05330) STAFF MTuWIh 12:00prihl:40pm (EDU 2119) 

EDMS645 Quantitati% e Research Methods 1 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Reseorch design ond stotishcol opplicotions in educohonol reseorch: dato represento- 

tion; descnphve stohshcs; eshmohon ond hypothesis teshng. Applicohon of stohshtol 

computer pockoges is emphosized. 

0101(05340) Deoyolo,R MTuWTh 5:00pm-6:40pm (EDU 1121) 

0102(05341) Deoyolo.R. MTuWTh 7:00pm-8:40pm (EDO 1121) 

0201(05342) STAFF MTuVmi5:00pm-6:40pm (EDU 0212) 

EDMS646 Quantitative Research Methods II 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Fieiequisite: lOMS 64S A second level inferenhol stohshcs course with emphosis on 

onolysis of variance procedures and designs. Assignments include student onolysis of 

survey doto. Applicohon of stohshcol computer pockoges is emphosized. 

0101(05352) STAFF MIuWTh5:00pm-6:4Opm (EDU 2119) 

0201 (05353) Hancock, G. MTufflh 7:00pm-8:40pm (EDU 1 107) 

EDMS651 Intermediate Statistics in 
Education 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Fieiequisite: [OMS 646 oi equivalent. MultFway analysis of variance; onolysis of 



covorionce; mulhple regression and correlohon analysis; computer pockoges for stohsh- 
col onolysis. 

O.'0 1 (05363) Hancock, G. MTuWTh 5:00pm-6:40pm (EDU 1 1 07) 
EDMS779 Seminar in Applied Statistics (PermHeq) 
(1) Grade Method: REG. 

0201 (05373) Honcock, G, Time ond room to be orronged 
Enrollment restricted to stodents with o major or minor in meosurement, stohshcs, ond 
evoluohon. Concurrent registrohon for one credit is required when toking EDMS 651. 

EDMS798 Special Piobletns in Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Insttuchon course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number. 

EDMS799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Insttuchon course: contoct departtnent or insttuctor to obtoin sechon number. 

EDMS889 Internship in Measurement and 
Statistics (PemKail 
(3-12) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Inshuchon course: contoct depottttient or instructor to obtoin sechon number. 

EDMS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indwiduol Insttuchon course: contoct deportment or insttuctor to obtoin sechon number 

EDPA Education Policy, 
Planning and Administration 

(Education) 

EDPA301 Foundations of Education (PemReqj 

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

Fieiequisite: junioi standing ond admission to leachei education; or Saclieloi's degiee 
with peimission of depaitment Sociol context of educohon ond conflicts ovei philoso- 
phies, volues, ond goals thot ore reflected in educohonol inshtohons in our plutolishc 
society. Helps teochers become reflechve, crihcol thinkers obout the sociol ond philo- 
sophicol issues they toce ond toe choices they moke. 
0101(05441) Sploine.l. 

Meets 06/02/98-06/26/98 TuWIhF 9:30om-l 2:00pm (EDU 1 121) 
0102 (05442) Herschbocb, D. TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 1 107) 
020 1 (05443) Hopkins, R. TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2 1 1 9) 

EDPA489 Field E.vperiences in Education 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Insttuchon course: contoct department or inshuctot to obtoin sechon number. 

EDPA498 Special Problems in Education 

(FermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Insttuchon coutse: contoct depathnent ot inshuctot to obtoin sechon number. 

E0PA601 Contemporary Social Issues in 
Education 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Theotehcol and prochcol considernhon of vitol sociol issues currently offechng educohon. 
0101(05536) Herschbocb, D. MW7:00pm-l 0:20pm (EDU 2102) 

EDPA690 Research in Education Policy, 
Planning and Administration 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Inttoduchon to reseorch mertiods ond designs used in studies of educohon policy, plon- 
ning, ond odministrohon. 

0101(05556) Hultgten.F TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm (EDU 2101) 
E0PA738 Scholarl) Thought and 

Contemporary Curriculum 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05566) Hultgten.F luTh 7:00pm-10:20pm (EDU 2101) 



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fDP4772 Practicum in Leadership Behaviors 

{31 Gfode Mettiod: REG/AUD. 

Pradicm in the use of sodol exchonge behoviOR In odmlnislrative/leodership situo- 
lions. Emphosis on developmeni ond refinement of excfionge befioviors enfioncing 
employee commitment ond prodortvify in liumon sen«e otgonizotjons, 
::-l" (05576) Goldmon,H. IuIh7:OOpm-10:20pm(EDU2101) 

EDPA788I Special Topics in Education PoUcy 
and Administration: 
Interinstitutional Cooperation in 
Higher Education: Consortia and 
RegionaUsm 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(05586) BenJohl.!!. MW 3:40pm'7:00pm (EDU 2101) 
E0PU98 Special Problems in Education 

(PemKeql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/iUD. 
Individuol Instnjction coutse: contuct deportment « instnjdw to obtoin section number. 

EDP*799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 
Individuol Instniction couise: contoct deportment ot inshictot Id obtoin section number 

EDPA889 Internship in Education 

(3-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individud Instructiofi couse: contoct deportment ot instructoi to obtoin section number 

EDPA899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REGA-F. 

Individuol Insfnjction course; contoct deportment ot instructor to obtoin section number. 

ED5P Education, $pe<iul 

(EDUC-MiON'' 

EDSP210 Introduction to Special Education 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

OxKKtenstics ond needs of children with hondiaips. Cunent issues in spedol educotion. 
0101(05821) Molmgren.K. MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 0206) 
1rme ond nxm to be ononged Dis 

EDSP376 Fundamentals of Sign Language 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Receptive ond expressive skis In Ameiiciin Sign Luguoge. Exominclion d the causes of 
deepness, daodeiistiG of deti educption, and lEpeds of the ailliire pi the deaf community 

0101 (05831 ) Glower, R. MW 6:30pm-9:30pm (EDU 1 1 07) 

Trme and room to be orronged Ols 
- 0201(05832) Lyles,D. MW 7:00pm-1 0:00pm (EOU 1315) 

1 Time ond room to be orronged Dis 

EDSP400 Assessment, Curriculum and 
Instructional Methods For 
Students with Severe Disabilities 

(PemSeq) 

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

Caeqasites: ffflSP 402 « IDSF 431) oi permission ot depcnmenl. Examinotion of 
hjiKtionol ossessment procedures, curriculum development ond anolysis, ond instnjc- 
tionol techniques hir students with severe disobllities. 

0101 (05842) Kofil, F. 

Meets 07/06/9807/1 7/98 MWF9:0Oam^:OOpm (EDU 0114) 
TuTh1:0Opm4:00pni (EDU 0114) 

EDSP402 Field Placement: Severe 
Disabilities I iPemKeq) 
(25) Gcode Method: REG. 

fie- « amQuisites: ilOSP 400: ond [DSP 404) or pemiissm of departmnl. 
Ptpdioim experience in settings serving severely disobled individuals. Enrollment limit- 
ed to those odmirted to severely handicapped speciolty oreo. Field placement for two 
lo five hoNoys per week. Students without the re()uired co- or prerequisites can regis- 
ter for this cooise with deportmentnl approval. Open to speciol educotion graduate stu- 
dents only for this tenii. 
0101 (05852) STAFF Time and room to be oitanged 

0201(05853) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



BKP42I Field Placement: Early Childhood 
Special Education I ittmtiqj 
(2-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pie- ot lowquiiHe lOSP 420: onti 100 410. Procticum experience In sortings seming 
preschool hondlcopped children Opportunities for studying the portems of develop- 
ment ond leoming omong nonhondicapped ond hondlcopped infonts and older 
preschoolers Enrollment limited to snidents admitted to early childhood speciolty. Field 
plocement for two or three holf-days per week. Students without the required pre- or 
coiequisites can register for this course with deporttnentol opprovol. Open to special 
educotion groduote students only far this terni. 
0101 (05863) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(05864) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

EDSP442 Field Placement: Educationally 
Handicapped 1 iPemKeql 
(2-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pre- 01 coiequisite: (COSP 441 ond EOCI 456) or pemissm of iepartmenl. Procticum 
experience in settings serving educotionolly handicapped individuals. Demonstrotion of 
the content of EDSP 44 1 . Enrollment limited lo students odmltted to educotionolly 
hondlcopped specialty. Field placement for two or three haH-doys per week. Sipdents 
without the required co- or prerequisites can register for Htis course with departmental 
approval. Open to special education graduate students only for this temi. 
0101 (05874) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201 (05875) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

EDSP443 Assessment and Instructional 
Design for the Handicapped: 
Reading and Written 
Communication Disorders 

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

fterequisites; (lOSP 320: and POSP 321) oi femiision ol deportment. Pie- ot coteq- 
uisite: [DSP 33 /; ond WSP 332: ond (DSP 333. Choracteristio ond assessments of 
individuals with reading and wnrten communicotion disorders at elementary to sec- 
ondory levels, and methods of teoching reading ond written longuoge skills to such 
ind'ividuols. Adoptotion of regulor instnictionol methods and cumculo. 
0201 (05885) Gnihom, S, TuTti 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDSP461 Field Placement: 

Secondarv/Transition I iPemfeql 

(3) Orode Meltiod: Pl6@Uit descPie- ot corequisife: [DSP 460 foi [DSP rao/ors 
only. Practicum experience in secondory/honsition progroms for individuols with dis- 
obllities Field plocement for two hoWays per week. Students without the required 
pre- or corequisites can regstei for the course with deportmentol approval. Open to 
special educotion graduote students only for this temi. 
0101 (05895) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

C 20 1 (05896) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

EDSP470 Introduction to Special Education 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Designed to give on unde^tanding of the needs of all types of exceptionol children. 
Open to all students except undergraduote special education mojors. 
0101 (05906) Voth, L MW 7:00pm-10:00pm (EDU 2119) 

Time and room to be arranged D'ls 
0201(05907) Volh.L luTh 7:00pm-10:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time pnd room to be ononged Dis 

EDSP489 Field Experiences in Special 
Education 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(05917) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(05918) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

EDSP491 Characteristics of Learning 
Disabled Students 
(3) Gfode Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: [DSP 470 ot permiss/on ol deportment. Diagnosis, etiology physicol, 
soclol, and emotional characteristics of leoming disabled students. 

0201(05928) STAFF TuTh6;00pm-9:00pm (EDU 2102) 

Time and room to be orranged Dis 



EDSP498 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instniction course: contact deportment or Instructor to obtain section number. 

EDSP499 Workshops, Clinics, and Institutes 
in Special Education: Strategies for 
Students .\t-Risk for School Failure 

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

0101(05940) MeiselS. TuTh4;00pm-7:00pm (EDU 0212) 

Time ond room lo be ononged Dis 
The course will focus on ocodemic ond behovioi support strategies foi students who 
ore at-nsk for school failure, school dropout, and initial or more restrictive plocement 
In speciol educotion. Porticiponts will develop compentencies at three distinct levels. 
Child<enlered sliotegies will include dWerenhoting academic insttuction, providing 
behovioi monogement and support, and building positive sociol skills. Socakcological 
strategies will include assessing ond enhondng social relationship omong children, 
between teachers and children, ond within clossrooms os o whole. Finolly porticiponts 
will develop competencies to undersWnd the brooder instituhonol and cultural forces 
thol shape educolional services, ond their effects on children and youth. A dominont 
theme of the couBe will be helping participants to provide quolity insttuction to oil stu- 
dents by developing ond implementing schooTbosed ond communityhosed resources 
that oddress key areas of risk. 

EDSP499G Workshops, Clinics, and Institutes 
in Special Education: Inclusive 
Practices in the Schools 

(3) Gfode Method: REG. 
0101(05950) Gnjber.B. TuTh4;00pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time and room to be orronged Dis 
This course will review educahonni prochces regoiding Inclusive educahon in the 
schools for shjdents with ond without disabilities. The content of this course is appro- 
priole for generol educators os well as speciol educotors. 

EDSP600 Exceptional Children and Youth 

(PemKeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: 9 houis in speaol educotion ond pettnission of deportment. Examines 
reseorch relevont to the education of exceptional children and youth. 

0201 (05960) STAFF MW 4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time ond room to be ononged Dis 

EDSP670 Single Subject Research in Special 
Education 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: [DSP 600 or permission ol deportment Design, oppllcolion, ond analysis 
of single subject reseorch in special education clossrooms across all disobllities. 
0101(05970) Egel.A MW7:00pm-10:00pm (EDU 1315) 

Time ond room to be orranged Dis 

EDSP678A Seminar in Special Education: 

Addressing the Needs of Students 
Who Have Been Diagnosed with 
Attention Deficit H)'peracti\ity 
Disorder 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201(05980) Horns, K. MW4:00pm-7:00pm (EDU 2101) 

Time and room lo be orronged Dis 
This course will focus on the skills necessory to understond and work with students 
who hove been diognosed with ottention dehcll hyperoctivily disorder. Interventions 
will be discussed for the school ond community needs of this populofion. 

EDSP678T Seminar in Special Education: 
Programming for Handicapped 
Infants: Medical and Genetic 
Implications 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(05990) Wochtel, R. MW5:00pm^:00pm (EDU 0114) 
Time ond room to be arranged Dis 



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EDSP678W Seminar in Special Education: 

Developing Performance 

Assessment Tasks for Classes of 

Diverse Learners 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
020; (06000) Watten.S. 
Meets 07/27/98-08/05/98 MWTh 9:00am-5:00pm (EDO 1 1 07) 

Performonte^MSed assessments ore criticol (omponent of restructuring schools in the 
90's. This course will provide leochets with hrm undetstonding of the concepts of 
performance-hosed assessment ond the skills to develop ossessment tosks thot ore 
oligned with daily instruction Porticulor ottention will be paid to developing tosks thot 
complement the Morviond School Petformonce Assessment Progrom (M5PAP). 

EDSP788K Selected Topics in Special 

Education: Medical Aspects and 
the Educational Implications of 
Deaf/Blindness and Other Low 
Incidence Disabilities 

(2) Grode Method: REG. 
0701(06010) STAFF 

Meets 08/03/98-08/07/98 MTuWThE 9:00am-5:00pm (EDO 0114) 

This course will cover syndromes ond other causes of deot/blindness and low inci- 
dence disobiiihes focusing on gathering and interpreting medical intormotion. The 
impiicohons of these medicol condihons will be considered in reiotion to current and 
future educohonol progromming. 

EDSP788S Selected Topics in Special 

Education: 1997 Amendments to 
IDEA (Individuals with Disabilities 
Education Act): Implications for 
Regular and Special Educators 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(06020) Worren.S. 

Meets 06/22/98-07/01/98 MWIh 9:00am-5:00pm (EDU 01 14) 
The 1997 Amendments to IDEA pose interesfing challenges to regulor and special edu- 
colors and administrators ond porenls. This course will highlight the criticol components 
of rtiis low and the implications for educohng students with disabilities ond other diverse 
teaming styles. Strotegies for implementation ot die school ond classroom levels will be 
explored Classes held: lune 22, June 24, June 25, June 29 ond July 1 , 1 998. 

EDSP798 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instnjction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin section number 

EDSP799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indmduol Instnjchon course: contoct depottinent or instructor to obtoin section number. 

EDSP888 Apprenticeship in Special 
Education 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contoct department or instractor to obtoin section number 

EDSP889 Internship in Special Education 

(3-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indmduol instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number. 

EDSP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
Indrviduol instruction course: contoct deportment or instnjctor to obtoin sechon number. 

ENAE Engineering, Aerospace 

i Engineering) 

ENAE281 Fundamentals of Aeronautical 

Systems (Femlleql 

(3) Grade Method: REG 

PimQuiiitei: IHES 100; ond [HIS 102. foreijo/sites: fWf 26 1 and PHIS 262. 
IHA[ mo/05 only otpemissm ol deportmenl. Inlroduchon to the oirplone as an oero- 
nouhcol system, Fundomentol disciplines thot describe this system Elements of oero- 



dynamics, airfoils, ond wings. Airplane performance, stobilily ond control. Synthesis of 
oirplone design concepts. Notes on the history of oeronouhcs and oiiplone design, 
0101(06089) STAFF MTuWIhf l:00pm-2:20pm (EGR0135) 

ENAE311 Aerodynamics I 

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

Pteteqoisiles: iMi 281. and IHIS 22 1, and MAW 246. Coiequisite: mi 223. 
IHAl majois only 01 pemission ol department. Fundamentals of nerodynomics. 
Elements of compressible flow. Normol and oblique shock waves, flows dirough noz- 
zles, difhjsers ond wind tunnels. Elements of the method of characteristics ond finite 
difference soluhons for compressible flows. Aspects of hypersonic flow 
0101(06099) STAFF MIumhF3:00pm-4:20pm (EGR2112) 

ENAE423 Aerostructures III 

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

Fieiequisile: (HM 322. IM[ rao/ors only at peimission ol deportmenl. Continuohon 
of ENAE 322. Dynamic response of single ond mulhple degrees of freedom systems, 
finite element modeling, wing divergence, oileron reversal, wing ond ponel flutter 
0101(06109) Lee.S. MTuWThF8:00am-9:20am (EGR2112) 

ENAE499 Elective Research 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instrucfion course: contact deportment or instnjctor to obtoin section number 

ENAE799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruchon course: contact deportment or instnjctor to obtoin sechon number. 

ENAEB99 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact department or instnjctor to obtain sechon number. 

ENBE Biological Resources 
Engineering 

(Agriculture and N.mural Resources) 
ENBE456 Biomedical Instrumentation 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Prererjuisitei: (iHil 300 one/ fWf 301 and one course in human physiology) at pet- 
mission ol depaitmenl. Study of biomedicol instrumentohon ond biomedical equipment 
technology How biomedical equipment is used to meosuie informohon from the 
humon body Honds-on experience with representahve biomedicol equipment, 
0101(06174) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (ANS 0422) 

ENBE489 Special Problems in Biological 
Resources Engineering 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Inshuction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion number 

ENBE499 Special Problems in Agricultural 
Engineering Technology 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indmduol Instruction course: contoct deportment or instrurtor to obtoin section number 

ENBE688A Advanced Topics in Biological 
Resources Engineering: Medical 
Imaging 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(06188) Lei,T MW3:30pm-6:50pm (ANS0412) 

ENBE699 Special Problems in Biological 
Resources Engineering 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indmduol Instnirtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sechon number 

ENBE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instnjrtor to obtoin sertion number 

EN8E899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion number. 



ENCE Engineering, Civil 

(Engineering) 

ENCE489 Special Problems in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to obtain sertion number. 

ENCE61I Finite Element Methods 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

fotmeily iHCl 661 Basic principles ond fundamental concepts of the finite element 
method, Considerohon of geometric ond moteriol nonlineorifies, convergence, mesh 
grndohon ond compulohonol procedures in onolysis, Applicotions to plane stress ond 
plone strain, plotes and shells, eigenvolue prabtems, oxisymmetric stress onolysis, ond 
other prablems in civil engineering. 

0101(06255) Amde.A. 

Meets 06/01/98-07/1 5/98 MW 5:30pm-8:20pm (EGR 0104) 

ENCE664 Construction Contracts and 
Specifications 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

tor fflff majors only Basics of contrort low; types ond selertion of construction con- 
liorts; essenfiols of plans ond specificohons, bidding, owording and odministrohon of 
conhocts; liobilily, bonding, claims, and odier legol osperts ossocialed with constmc- 
hon piojerts. 

0101 (06265) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/98-07/1 6/98 TuTh 5:30pm-8:20pm (EGR 01 04) 

ENCE688 Advanced Topics in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contort department or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number 

ENCE689 Seminar 

(1-16) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruchon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sechon number. 

ENCE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor to obtoin sertion number. 

ENCE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course: contort deportment or insliuctor to obtoin sertion number 

ENCH Engineering, Chemical 

(Engineering) 

ENCH215 Chemical Engineering Analysis 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Preieriuisite: CHIM 133 or CHM 1 JJ. fte- or corequisite: MATH 141. Inliodurtion to 
methods of chemicol engineering colculofions and onolysis. Stoichiometric relohons, 
material and energy balances, ond behavior of goses, vapors, liquids and solids. 
Anolyhcol and computer methods, 
0101(06332) Smith,! MIumhF9:30am-10:50om (CHE 2108) 

ENCH250 Computer Methods in Chemical 
Engineering 

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

Prerequisites: [HIS 100; and [HCH 215. Corequisite: MAIH 246. Algorithm develop- 
ment and application of softwore to the analysis of chemical engineering prablems. File 
monogement and edihng, graphics ond numencol methods. Use of spreadsheets, storis- 
hcs/molh software ond process simulotors for the design of chemicol process equipment, 
0201(06342) Wong,N. MTuWThF8:00om-9:20nm (CHE 2136) 

ENCH437 Chemical Engineering Laboratory 

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

Prerequisites: [HCH 424, ond [HCH 440; and [HCH 442. Corequisite: [HCH 426. 
Applicohon of chemical engineenng process and unit operahon principles in smoll scole 
semi-commercial equipment, Doto from expenmentol obsen/ohons ore used to evalu- 
ate petformonce and efficiency of operohons, Emphosis on coned presentohon of 
results in report form. 
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Intndd ksticto couse: oirta) deparmienr or inslmclDi ID oMd sedin n^ 

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EKCHSW Doctoral Dissertation Research 

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ENCO Engineering, 
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ENC0098 Summer Co-Op \%"ork Experience 

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0101(0*419) Soito, K Tne Odd room to be arcnged 

02C' (06420' Soube. H. Tt< c^ tot ro be crrcnged 

ENEE Engineering, Electrical 

(.Engineering) 

ENEE204 Basic Circuit Theor\- 
(3)eradeMellwl:IIEe. 

.'tefEVEile: Mm 74d. Bosk dKd ebneils: lesisns. cqid^ 

souras, nMri iriKkn Old tariinns kf Hf iddioadaps. bdaR's Urns. 

DC and AC steady s» a^Ris- niEoc, Dode Old iiEsh g^i^ S4xqnsilni, tte 

oienis o( llieiienn ori Nertn tasiErt odifz In <■s^ ond sea>id«def CT(^ 

EngineeiiigCalegeorir(D4). 

0101(06470) NEmde(,C 

ifees 06/01 /9W)7/21/V8 MM«mi8«)Qm-9:20(m (tGlill04) 

BI5241 Numerical Techniques in 
Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: OS. 
l'rersQusies:Mmm,imi41,adBeil4.FaBI6triwiasonlf.Oa» 
wl be fMed fa atfmd the Uomig: BUS 240 a BIB24lfamalr BIB 
M htiodiicta to cnn onoliisis, oadtoriig oil slidAy of olgari^ 
solution oi nonfaEB equoionL Vedot ^ins ori hear (nEfonnilians^ 
bra Goussa eliinrion. UJ falondio*, iidin iMCia SMrty 
and itogogdMoTL heiDlNe cniviitobn of eJgenidDes. Merpobo^ 
fitting. Numerxd ntegrafeotL 

0101 (06480) SUF 

Meets 06/01/9807/21/98 MHjWllill«)am-12;20pni (ffiSOISS) 

E)(EE244 Digital Logic Design 

(3)GndeNeM:IIEG. 
AaeqadEr Se ( M. GoleSk M°|E» Kjisies ind cogries. tnw^ nqi siiffr 
lidion of g* Klmb. SiMiq idgeL. SvKlnanE seqnM systons. PUTS. 
Bements of bray oineic aris. b^aetiig Cokge Oidy (04). 

0101(06490) SiD,C 

Meets 06/D1/9ft07/21/V8 MUtfn9:30n>10-iOani (CHE 2136) 
M ioMHttia (HHIL Mnii nns od EiqiHerq OMses to ore letiiied c^ 
es foe the BS degne 'n Bediiail Bigiieeiing mjst be anflekd befoie emohg in 
diy 300- or 400M BIE aus (eiofil MS 300 nd B6 301). toisief su- 
dents «l be oloKd one term to axnpieto oi sudi auses cAer storting to Idffi 
uopeMevel WEE auses. 

E)IEE302 .\nalog Electronic Circuits 

(3) Grade Method: lEG. 
ftBB^oafeflgPtM an/ owtdatorfoi brief t fe iDriaxrasfiiteffaitinf 
bii See oiow notfe Basic eledigriD efemeiils (dndes, bipob tnnislors. 
MOSfB) diet ( h nrnJaisliB and priidpies of opettilion.Sniolsignol analysis. Gnat 
rindels iiMi coriliDled sotnes. (Me oois. Inrfiequency oiipBiets and 1^^ 
Frequency le^mse of (TpBiers. Oiienitianal anvBiers did Iheir opicdions. ttNe- 



shaping and WMforiii generators. Benienis of poiwr ele<M«ii(y ENS iiqors 
(09090) ally. 

0101 (06500) Meander. C 

Meets 06/01/9807/21/98 MluWlh 9:30am-10:50ani (EGS 3106) 

BIB3I2 Digital Electronic Circuits 
(3)GndeH«lwl:K6. 

fmeqaeie:BIB302mlaufkton<ili/lmiiUmiedml(aineiin^ 
ofliciAriL See a6oK Mb teiiew of basic senacondudDc dewes and torJinology. 
Imertots. gales Old logic taitfes. M(9S >>l ilesign of coridmtioad ciiculs 
(odder, convarokr, encoder/decoder) . Meanies. Mysis and design of setiueatial 
drculs (fipfops, legislers, couitors). Inge sade intognited systems (dynmic MOS 
(ojsters. EPINMs, lU Ca)s). AnologtD^gilal comertas. Bernenls of CU, aicluifing 
use of the SFKE convuter podoige. ENEE mojois (09090) oidy. 

0101 (06510) SHfF 

Meets 06/01/9807/21/98 MM«mi9;30am-10:50om (ECS 1104) 

ENEE350 Computer Organization 

(3) Grade Medud: KEG. 
teajiB*: Wff 244 Old coriipile/ni of (rf iloiiB*ision iscWcrf ax^ 
tuTiiutm. See oiow note. Hot ofeti a stuleiits wfn Ivk comfkied EHEl ISO. 
famAt Ota 250. StmOm ord orgonrzoljon of dqilol comprMs. Kegislets, memo' 
>y, conliol Old I/O. Doto and instmchon hnnats, oddiessing modes, ossemlily lan- 
guoge prognnming. Beinents of systetii soflvrare, sutnwtines and Ihei lioges. 
EHEf rrajors (09090) only. 

0101(06520) Sfc.C 

Meets 06/01/9M7/21/98 MSiWIh 8O0oni-9.20ari (IGli 1 108) 

BIEE380 Electromagnetic Theon 

(3)GnideMeriiod:ltE6/P-F/AUD. 

/toeqaides: MJH 24 / anf fflrs 263 ind a»|de«ibo (/ of fainr<Mgbi) «x^ 
CDiiSB ft fc S cuiiiAni. See aiote aofe tatnaiidian to elecliomagnelic IcUs. 
Coidondi's low. Gauss's loD. elertiod potonid, delediic motoric copocitonce. bouid^ 
ory «due proUemSv Bio^Santt la«, hnpen's low, lotentz face etiualion. majKlic 
tnoleridls. mogiielic ciKub, indudiiice, iiie raying (elfc and Momel's equadons. 

0101(06530) IbylocL 

Meets 06/01/9807/21/98 MliiWIlil1K)Oani-12J0pni(EGIiOll0) 

ENEE413 Electronics Laboratory' 

(21 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

ftsreqrB*: Wff 3()2 arid Wff J()5 ancf aifi|)fe») rf ol to««f<fcB^ 
races in the [I aitiaibti See ctote note. The specftotion, design ond testing of 
txEic eledioriic drolls and prodicd iritetconnedions. Einphosis oil design with dsoete 
sold stole and (riejided dnut components hr bodi ondog and (igild (iroiis. 

0101 (06540) SttFF MW 12:30pni'l:30pm (EGK 0102) 

MW1:30pnM:30pm(AVW 1356) Lob 

0102(06541) SIAfF lilh 12:30pm-l:3flpni(£Gli0102) 

Hjlh l:30pnh4:30pni (AVW 1356) loll 

ENtt440 Microprocessors 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
ftinquale. 0IS 35() Old coriideferi rf of faiRr^Msni fecMiid cooises ii Ihe E^ 
cuiiini. See ohw note. Miooprocessor ortMedues. nslnidian sets, ond oppioh 
liMK. Bib stiudues, memory, I/O inlerfocing. Piograiriig, ond die emteddng of 
miaoprocessors in odier systems. ENEE mojois (09090) oidy. 

0101(06551) llo<iluns,W. 

Meets 06/01/9807/21/98 MluWlh 800onc9:20am (EGR 3106) 

ENES Engineering Science 

^Engineer;n J 



ENESIOOA Introduction to Engineering Design 

Ihimlleql 

(3) Grade Method: tEG/P-F/AUD. 
CO&PhysicolSdencedS) 

0201(06645) SWF MWF9«)om-11:25am(tGli0108) 

Permission of dean leiiured. Kgh school studerm only. 

BIES102 Statics 

(2)GradeMediad:REG/l>-F/AUD. 

ft6(Egus*:4«JH 140 Fa engineemg maias onty. FimeitflHES / /O. Die equfii- 
riuii of sMonary bortes under the iidluence of various lands of forces. Forces, 
moments, couples, equHnm, misses, homes and machines, centioids, moment of 
ineitio, beams, and hidion. Vedoi ond scalar methods ore used lo solie proUems. 
0101(06655) SBFF Mlulh 10«)om-ll:40om (EGR2154) 



BIE5220 Mechanics of Materials 

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

ftereijBtes: £«S /02; and /H47H Ml, Old WR ld^ for eogineeriig(i«j«5 only 
(nor induiig fUGF mqoisj. Stress and defomntion of soids — nids, beams, shafts, 
cokmns, tonis, and odier stnidual. machine and vehide members. Topics include 
stiess tonfcnnalion using Mchr's drde: shear Old moment diojam; derivotion of 
etaslic ones; and Filler's buiUng formula. Design pnUems related to this raotorid 
ore giwn in Ui. 
0101(06665) Qiang.P. MTuW11i9:30am'10:SOam(EGR0135) 

TuIhl2:30pm'2:30pm(EGR0110)0is 

B(ES221 Dynamics 

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

fteregiiiste: ftfS 11)2 or fIVfS / W; Old MH M I; ond /WS 16). Systoms of 
herny portides Old rigid bodes at rest and in molian. Force- occeleiation, Mdtenetgy 
and impulsemoinentum lelotionshlps. Motion of one body leiotiw to omdier in 
ptaie and in space. 
0101(06675) Wolston,W. MTuWlh800om-9:40an(EGR2154) 

ENES230 Introduction to Materials and 
Their Applications 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

fterequsite: EWES 100 or permissianofdepatnieof.SlnKlue of moteriok.diemical 
composition, phase Imnsfonnilions, conosion did medioncal properties of melak, 
ceramics, polymers and leloted moleriols. Motetiol selection in engineering oppfcotions. 
0101(06685) Yeh,K. TuWThF 9:30arihlO:50om (CHE 2140) 

Wll:Ofloml:OOpm (CHE 2140) Ois 

ENES386 Experiential Learning 
(34) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

InMdud bshidion couse: contod depoittiient or instiuclor to obtii sedion lurtiei. 
AeregiiEitt (eorniig f^nsr^ iwrowd iy Ihe Office of £ipei»^ 
fiagans, hallfsimsa, aid sudenfs iilanslti(i spasa. 56 semester /tus: 

ENFP Engineering, Fire 
Protection 

(.Engineering) 

ENFP429 Independent Studies fftrarfeq; 
(1-31 Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

0101 (06747) Sprvok, S. Trie and room to be ommged 
0201(06748) Spiwi.S. Tme and room to be oranged 

ENFP489C Special Topics: Building Fire Safety 

Svstems 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0231(06758) Mower, F. MW5:0Opm«:30pm(EGR0135) 
ENFP629 Selected Topics 

(34) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(067681 Spivok, S Tme and room to be ononged 

0201 (06769) SpMA, S. ftite and room to be ommged 

ENFP799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REGA^. 

IndMuol InstoKtion coine: coniDd deportment or instmdot to obliii sedion nunte. 



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i,Art5 -AND Humanities) 
ENG1101 Introduction to Writing 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 



An introdudory course in exposilonf writing. 



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MTuWThF 1 1 iOflrri-l 2:20pm (EDO 0206) 
MSiWIhF 9:30om-l 0:50am (SQH 1123) 
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ENGLIOIB Introduction to Writing fPerai«ei|; 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

For Bndge students only. 

'^Oj (06845) STAFF MTumf l:00pm-2:20pm (IMP 3104) 

^O-l (06846) STAFF MTuWThF 1 ;00pm-2:20pm (IMP 3105) 

ENGLIOIX Introduction to Writing 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
For students for whom English is o second longuoge. 

0101(06856) STAFF MTuWThF9:30om-10:50om (SQH 2120) 

ENGL205 Introduction to Shakespeare 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE; Literature (HI) Kmmmenilei lot mimojoii Reoding of representolive works. 
Genre, action, character, theme, languoge, ond staging. Shokespeore's relation to 
Renoissance culture. 
0101(06866) Leinwond.T TuTh6:00pirv9:15pni (SQH2122) 

ENG1234 Introduction to African-American 
Literature 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE; literature (HL) DIVERSITY A survey of Afiicon-American Irteroture from the late 
eighteenth century to the present. 
0101(06876) Morrison,S MTuWThF ll;00nm-12:20pm (SQH2117) 
J>Cn (06877) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (KEY 0124) 

ENGL240 Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and 
Drama 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE; literoture (HI) Hoi open to studeitK who have comphteil XL 102. Reodings 
in the novel, short story, poetry ond dramo. 

0101(06887) Winton.C. MTuWThF 9;30om-10:50om (IW5 0138) 

ENG1241 Introduction to the Novel 

13) Grode Method: REG/P-f/AUD. 
CORE: Uterature (HL) Histoncai, formol, social questions obout the genre. Reodings 
drawn horn o range of cultures and communrties. 

- (06897) Solamonco.J. MTuWThF 9:30am-10;50am (SON 2122) 
ENGL243 Introduction to Poetry 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Uteroture (HL) How poetry wodcs. Focus on style, subject, rhythm, voice, tech- 
nique ond structure. Reodings hom o ronge of cultures ond communi;ies. 
0101 (06907) Plumly, S. MTuWThF 9:30am-1 0;50om (SQH 1105) 

0201 (06908) Richoidson, B, TuTh l;00pm-4:15pm (KEY 0125) 

ENGL244 Introduction to Drama 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE; Uterature (HL) A survey of the bosic literoture of dromo from the dossicol 
Greeks la modem hmes. 

0101(06918) Robinson,!. MTuWThF 11 :00om-1 2:20pm (SQH 1105) 
ENG1250 Introduction to Literature by 
Women 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE; literoture (HL) DIVERSITY Aho olfeied as WMSJ ?55. Credit will be giaateil hi 
only one of the tokwiog: fflCi 250 oi WMSI 255. Images of women in literoture by 
ond about women. 

MTuWThF 11;00nm-I2;20pm (SQH 2120) 
MTuWThF 9:30am-10;50om (SQH 1107) 

ENGL310 Medieval and Renaissance British 
Literature 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

fieiequisile: Iwo lowei-level fnjfe/i wuises, at feast one in lileiohjie; oi peimission of 
iefoitmenl- Detailed study of selected major medieval ond Renaissance works written 
in Englond. Cultural altitudes ond histoncol contexts. May include Beowulf, Anglo- 
Soxon lync, drama, sonnets; works of women wnlers, Choucer, Spenser, Sidney. 
Some reodings in Middle English. 
0101(06949) Borry,]. TuTh 6;00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1119) 



0101(06928) Ryon,L 
j20i(06929) Eicke.L. 



ENGL312 Romantic to Modern British 
Literature 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Detailed sftjdy of selected major lexis from the 19th ond 20th cenlunes. Transitions 
hom Romonlicism la Victonon oge to Modemism, Historical, social, literoiy contexts. 
Issues such as rise of democracy; industrial revolution, the "woman question"; revolu- 
tions in literary form. Authors might include Wordsworth, Austen, Dickens, Arnold, TS. 
Eliot, Woolf. 

0101(06959) Auchord,). MW6;00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1119) 
ENG1313 American Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
Pieiequiiite: two lowei-level fngfe/i courses, of host one in lileiahjie; oi peimission of 
deportment A detailed study of selected major texts of Amencon literoture hom the 
seventeenth century to the twentieth century. Issues such os race, gendei, and legion- 
alism. Authors such os Franklin, Howthome, Dickinson, Hemingway, and Morrison. 

0101(06969) Levine, R. MW6;00pm-9; 15pm (SQH 1103) 

ENG1348A Literary Works by Women: Science 
Fiction by Women 

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

0101(06979) Donowenh,J. TuTh 6:00pm-9;15pm (SQH 1117) 
ENGL360 African, Indian and Caribbean 
Writers 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 
DIVERSITY Prererjuisite: Iwo lowel^evel English courses, at host one m literohiie; or 
peimission of iepoitment. Selected waters hom countries formedy colonies of Bntain, 
France, Denmark, etc Attention to ways regions have developed distinctive polihcnl 
and oesthehc values resulting from indigenous tradihons ond foreign influences, 
0201(06989) Roy.S. MW6:00pm-9; 15pm (SQH 2120) 



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or 1-800-71 1-UMCE 



ENGL379E Special Topics in Literature: Film 
Analysis - The Rhetoric of Fictional 
Worids 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
0101 (06999) Miller, ). TuTh 6;30pm-l 0:00pm (SQH 1 1 20) 

0201(07000) Millei,J. TuTh 6:30pm-l 0:00pm (SQH 1120) 

ENGL379P Special Topics in Literature: 

Science Fiction and Horror Film 

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

0101(07010) Kolker.R. TuTh l:00pm4;1 5pm (SQH 1120) 

ENGL380 Internship {fermien) 

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

Fieiequislte: peimission of depaitmenl. The English Department's internship program. 
Preprofessional expenence in wrihng ond editing in o voiiely of helds. 

o; 1 (07020) Terchek, M. Time ond room to be arranged 
ENGL391 Advanced Composition 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
Pieteqoisile: 56 hoois of (allege ciedit which wast include INCl 101 oi equivalent 
An odvonced composition course which emphasizes constructing written oigumenis 
Dccommodoted to real oudiences. 



0105 (07030) 


STAFF 


MTuWThfl1;00om-12;20pm (SQH 1107) 


0107 (07031) 


STAFF 


MW6;00pm-9;15pm (SQH 1123) 


0108 (07032) 


STAFF 


luTb6;00pm-9;15pm (SQH 1107) 


0202 (07033) 


STAFF 


MTuWThF 9;30am-1O50am (SQH 1111) 


0203 (07034) 


STAFF 


MTuWThF 11;00om-12;20pm (SQH 1123) 


0204 (07035) 


STAFF 


MW6;00pm-9;15pm(SQH2119! 


0205 (07036) 


STAFF 


IuTh6;00pm-9;15pm(ffiY0116) 



ENG1392 Advanced Composition: Pre-Law 

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

Pietetiuisite: 56 hours of college ciedit which must include [H6L 101 oi eifu/votenf 
Techniques of oigumenration ond persuosion, Intensn/e proctice to help writers achieve 
stylishc flexibility and correctness. 
0101 (07046) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30am-1 0:50am (SQH 1121) 

ENGL393 Technical Writing 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Pieiegoisite: 56 hours of college ciedit which most include IHCL 101 oi eguivalenl. 

The wnting of technical popers ond reports. 

0102(07056) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30nm-10:50om (SQH 2119) 

0103(07057) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-10:50om (SQH 1111) 

01 05 (07058) STAFF MTuVflbF 1 1 ;00am-1 2;20pm (SQH 1 1 23) 

0108(07059) STAFF MW6:00pm-9;1 5pm (KEY 0120) 

0109(07060) STAFF MW6;00pm-9: 15pm (SQH 2122) 

0112(07061) STAFF TuTh 6;00pm-9;15pm (SQH 2121) 

0113(07062) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9;1 5pm (SOH 1123) 

0201 (07063) STAFF MTuWThF 8;00om-9;20am (SQH 2119) 

0202 (07064) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-10;50om (SQH 2120) 
0204(07065) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm (SQH 2119) 
0206(07066) STAFF MW6:00pm-9;15pm (SOH 1123) 

0207 (07067) STAFF MW 6;00pm-9; 1 5pm (SQH 1111) 

0209(07068) STAFF TuTh 6;00pm-9; 15pm (KEY 0120) 

0210(07069) STAFF MW6:00pm-9;15pm(EGR3102) 

ENG1393X Technical Writing 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Preieguisite: 56 hauls of college ciedit which must include [HGl 101 oi egumlent. 

for students for whom fnjfe/i is o second tanguoge- 
0101(07079) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30am-10:50om (SOH 2121) 

0102(07080) STAFF Tulh6;00pm-9;15pm (SQH 1111) 

0103(07081) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-10;50om (SQH 2117) 

0201(07082) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10;50om (HBK 0115) 

0202 (07083) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:1 5pm (SQH 1 1 1 1 ) 

0203 (07084) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1121) 

ENG1394 Business Writing 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pieiequisite: 56 tours of college ciedit which must include XL 101 or equivotent. 

Intensive practice in the forms of written communicohan common in the business 

world — betters, memos, short reports, ond piopcsols. Principles of rhetoric ond effec- 

hve style. This course sohsfies the junior English requirement. 
0101 (07094) STAFF MTuWThF 8:C0om-9;20am (SQH 1121) 

0102(07095) STAFF MTuVmF9:30om-10;50om (SQH 1123) 

0103(07096) STAFF MTuWThF 11;00am-12:20pm (SOH 2119) 

0104(07097) STAFF MW6;00pm-9;15pm (SQH 2121) 

0105(07098) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9;15pm (SOH 1121) 

0106(07099) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-10;50am (ARC 1125) 

0107(07100) STAFF TuTh 6;00pm-9;15pm (ARC 1125) 

0201(07101) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-10:50om (SOH 2121) 

0202(07102) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30am-10;50am (SOH 1101) 

0203(07103) STAFF MTuWThF 11;00om-12:20pm (SQH 1107) 

0204(07104) STAFF MW6;00pm-9;l 5pm (SQH 1105) 

0205(07105) STAFF TuTh 6;00pm-9:15pm (SQH 2121) 

ENGL395 Writing for Health Professions 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
Pieiequisile: 5< fiou5 of college ciedit which must include IHGl 101 oi eqaivolent. 
Focus on accommodaring technical matenal ond empiricol studies to loy oudiences, 
ond helping writers to ochieve stylishc flexibility ond correctness. 

0101(07115) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-1 0:50am (SQH 1101) 

ENGL399A Senior Seminar: Literature and 
Ideas in English 1890's iPemReq] 
(3) Grode Method: REG. 
0201(07125) Cote.G. TuTh 6:00pm-9;1 5pm (SQH 2117) 

ENGL404 Shakespeare: The Later Works 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pieiequisite: two Inglish courses in liteiotuie ai peimission of deportment Close study 
of selected plays hom the second half of Shakespeoie's career Generic issues of later 
tragedies. Inter comedies, romances, language, theme, dramohc technique, sources, 
and eody modern English sociaThistorical context. 
0201 (07135) Grossmon, M. MW 6;00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1 101) 



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ENGM20 I iuiaiuic of the Romantic Period I 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pieiequisile: (wo fngfc/i (ounes m litewlvie olpemissm ol deportment. First genet- 
olion of wtjteis ot the eorly nineteenth century, including Woidswotlh, Coleridge, 
Bloke. 
0101(07145) Howard,!. IuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1103) 

ENG1429 IncicpcncJent Research in EngUsh 

IPerwKeq) 

(1-i) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 
Indmduol Instruction course: coomct deportment or instructor to obtoin section number 

ENGL432 American Literature: 1865 to 1914, 
Rcahsm and Naturahsm 

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

Pwwtiuisite: two fnjfeft mt^es in literatwe or psrinission ol depaitment 
Reconstruction, Reolism, Notuiolism, Representntive writers such os Dickinson, Jnmes, 
Dreiser. 
0201(07157) Auerbnch,). luTh6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1105) 

ENGL433 American Literature: 1914 to the 
PrcsciU, the Modern Period 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fietequiiite: two inglish courses in lileialute otpetmissm of deportment Modernoni, 
Postmodernism. Wnters such os Stevens, Stein, Ellison. 
0101(07167) VonEgmond.P. MW6;00pm-9:l 5pm (SQH 1117) 

ENGL489A Special Topics in EngUsh 
Language: The Language of 
Advertising 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

0201(07177) Hendiickson, A MW6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH 1117) 

ENGt489G Special Topics in EngUsh 

Language: Gender and Language 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
01 01 (07 1 87) Hornyok, J. MW 6:00pm-9:1 5pm (SQH 1 1 07) 

ENGL601 Litcrar\' Research and Critical 
Contexts 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0^01(07197) Peterson,W. TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (SQH3105) 

ENG1621 Readings in Renaissance English 
Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(07227) Coogon,R. MW6:00pm-9;1 5pm (SQH 1105) 

ENG1699 Independent Study IPermReql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contoct department or instnjctot to obtuin section number. 

ENGL759A Seminar in Literature and the 
Other Arts: Modern Poetry and 
Visual Arts 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(07239) Loaeaux,E. IuTh6:00pm-9:1 5pm (SQH 2119) 
ENCL799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indwiduol Instiucfion couise: contact deportment ot instiuctor to obtoin section number. 

ENG1899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

Indivrduol Instruction course: contoct deportment or instructoi to obtoin section number 

ENMA Engineering, Mnferials 

(Engineering) 

ENMA490 Materials Design IPermReqj 
(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Senior standing Capstone design course. Students work in teoms on projects evoluot 
ing society or industry bosed molerials pmblem ond then designs and evoluates a 



stiategy to minimize or eliminole the problem; includes written ond oral presentations 
0101(07302) STAFF Time and room to be otranged 

0201(07303) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ENMA499 Senior Laborator)' Project iPermReql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(07313) Wilson, 0. Time and room to be otranged 

0201(07314) Wilson, 0. Time ond room to be arranged 

ENMA698 Special Problems in Materials 
Science and Engineering 

0-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contoct department or instructoi to obtain section number 

ENttA799 Masters Thesis Research (PermKeql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

individual Instruction cou5e: contact department or instructor to obtoin section number, 

ENMA899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermSeqj 

(1-81 Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnicfor to obtoin section number 

ENME Engineering, 
Me<iiani<ai 

(IHngineering) 

ENME232 Thermod)Tiamics 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-E/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PHIS 262 Intioduction to theimodynomics. Thermodynamic properties 

of mottei. Fiist ond second law of theimodynomics, cycles, leoctions, and mixtures. 

0101(07379) STAFF MTuWTb9:00om-10:40nm (CLB0104) 

ENME320 Thermod\Tiamics 

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

Pieiequisites: MAIH 14 /; and PHK 262. The properties, choroctenstics ond funda- 
mentnl equotions of gases and vapors. Applicotion of the first ond second lows of thei- 
modynnmiG in die onolysis of basic heat engines, oir compression vapor cycles. Flow 
and non-flow processes for goses ond vapors. 
0101(07389) STAFF MTu'AfTh9:00am-10;40om (EGR0110) 

ENME331 Fluid Mechanics 

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

Prerequisites: ffl/Uf 232 and [HIS 22 1 Principles of fluid mechanics. Moss, momen- 
tum and energy conservohon Hydrastohcs. Control volume onolysis. Intemol and 
extemol flow. Boundory layers. Modem meosurement techniques. Computet onolysis. 
lobotatory experiments. 
0101 (07399) STAFF TuTh 1 2;30pm-3;50pm (EGR 0108) 

ENME351 Electronics and Instrumentation 11 

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

Prerequisites: imi 2S2 and PHYS 263. Continuation ol W/Hf 252. Modem instru- 
mentotion. Basic circuit design, stondoid micraelectronic circuits. Digitol doto ocquisi- 
tion ond control. Signal conditioning. Instiumentotion intetfodng. Designing and test 
ing of onolog ciicuits. Laboratory experiments. 
01 01 (07409) STAFF MW 1 2:30pm-2:30pm (EGR 1 1 0) 

MW2:40pm^:40pm(EGR0110)Lob 

ENME361 Vibration, Controls and 
Optimization I 

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

Prerequisites: IHIS 22 1 ond INK 220 and MTU 246. Fundomentols of vibrotron, 
conttols ond optimizolion. Anolysis and design in time, Loploce and frequency 
domains. Madiemotical description of system response, system stability, control and 
opfimizotion. Optimol design of mechonicol systems. 
0101(07419) STAFF MTuWTh8:00om-9:40om (CHM0127) 

ENME400 Machine Design 
(3) Grade Method; REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: mi 310; and IHME 360. Corequisile: fM 401 Wodcing stresses, 
stress concentration, stress onolysis ond repeated loadings. Design of machine ele 
ments. Kinematics of mechanisms. 
0101(07429) STAFF MTuTh4:00pm-6:15pm (EGR 0135) 



ENME488 Special Problems (PerniKeqj 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (07439) Wolston, W. Time and room to be otionged 
0?0 1 (07440) STAFF Time ond lOom to be ononged 

ENME799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07450) Wolloce, I- Time ond room to be orronged 
0201(07451) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ENME808 .Advanced Topics in Mechanical 
Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(07461) Wallace,!. Time and room to be orronged 
0201 (07462) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

ENME899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(07472) Wolloce, J. Time and room to be orronged 
0201 (07473) STAFF Time and loom to be otranged 

ENNU Engineering, Nuclear 

(Engineering) 

ENNU310 Environmental Aspects of Nuclear 
Engineering 

(3) Grode Method: ReVp-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: IMAJH 24 loiMH 246. and PHYS 263] ot permission ol M 
deportment and mstmctoi Evoluotion of enviranmentol and safety ospects of nucleor 
power reactors. Colculotions of lodiooctive decoy octivorion, and shielding, radiation 
monitonng. Biological effects of radiation, waste handling, siting, plant design and 
opeiotions, os reloted to enviranment sofety ond licensing regulotions. 
0101(07523) Pertmer,G. MTuWTh9:00om-10:40om (CHE 2116) 

ENNU468 Research 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instniction course: contoct department ot instmctoi to obtain section number. 

ENNU648 Special Problems in Nuclear 

Engineering 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contoct deportment or instiuctor to obtoin section number. 

ENNU799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Indniiduol Instruction course: contoct deportment or instiuctor to obtoin section numbei. 

ENNU899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruchon couise; contoct department oi instiuctoi to obtoin sechon numbei. 

ENPM Engineering, 
Professional Masters 

(Engineering) 

ENPM625 Heating, Ventilation and Air 
Conditioning of Buildings 

(3) Grode Method; REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: IHMl 32 1 or equivolent Low pressure side of buiklings heoting ond cooling 
systems, ITiemiodyiiomics, heot tronsfer and digrtol control pnnaples applied to field prob- 
lems Quonlitative analyses stressed. Topics include psychometno, tfietmol kxids, incom- 
pressible How in ducts ond pipes, heot exchangers, cooling towers, PIO control systems. 

0101(07590) House,). 

Meets 06/01/98-07/15/98 MW 5:30pm^:20pm (EGR 2103) 

ENPM639 Stream Response to Waste 
Discharge 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(07600) Kim,M. 

Meets 06/01/98-07/15/98 MW 5:30pm^;10pm (EGR 1104) 



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ENPM808 .\d\ anced Topics in Engineering 

(1-31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(07610) CunnJf, P. Time ood room to be orronged 

0201(07611) Cunnift.P fime ond toom to be orronged 

ENPM808W Advanced Topics in Engineering: 
Special Topics in Cellular Systems 
Engineering 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(07612) Etemod.K. 

Meets 06/02/98-07/16/98 TuTh 5:30pm-8:10pm (orronged) 
Tuition for students in ttie Professionol Mostei Degree of f ngineenng Program 
(ENPM) ore charged $320.00 pet credit hour for nil Engineenng coursewotk 
toword the progrom. 

ENRE Reliability Engineering 

(Engineering) 

ENRE467 System Safety Engineering 

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

Pfewpsites: MW 2U mi PHYS 263 or permission of departmeal Role of system 
sofely, the longuoge of system sofely, ond programs for nchieving sofety such os the 
problem solving process, safety cntcno, safety descriptors, checklist-timeliness ele- 
ments, sofety training, bozord onolysis, ond uncertainty in safety measurements. Time- 
phased indicators, bozotd nomenclature, hazard mode and effect onolysis, hazard das- 
sihcohon, hozotd probobility, survivol rate, distributions opplied to humon performance. 

0101(07664) Allocco,M. 

Meets 06/04/98-08/20/98 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm (IIV 1 1 00) 

ENRE648 Special Problems in Reliability 
Engineering iPemfeql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnictor to obtoin section number. 

ENRE674 Failure Mechanisms and Effects 
Laboratory' IPermKeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieieqaisite: IHPl 600 oifiemiiism olmtructoi. Technigues for studying failure 
onolysis, conosion ond corrosion piolechon, stotisticol process control, mechanical foil- 
ure mode onolysis, foiluie reporting and collective oction systems, ond enviionmentol 
stress screening. 

01 01 (07687) STAFF Time and toom to be arranged 

ENRE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/^F. 

Individuol Instruction course: contort deportment or instiuctor to obtoin section number 

ENRE899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F 

Individuol Instruction couRe: contact department or instructor to obtain section number. 

ENSE Systems Engineering 

(Engineering) 

ENSE799 Systems Engineering Thesis: 

Masters Thesis Research leemfeq) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact department oi instructor to obtain section number 
Contoct Systems Engineering Office, Rm. 21 72 A V. Williams BIdg. to moke orrangemenls. 



ENTM Entomology 



(Life Sciences) 
ENTMIOO Insects 

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

CORE: life Science (IS) A survey of ttic mo|Or gioups of insects, their notiiiol history, 
and theii relotionships with humons ond dieir environment. 
0201 (07805) STAFF MIuWThf 9:30om-10:50om (PLS 1161) 

ENTM399 Special Problems 

(1-2) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 



ENTM699 Advanced Entomology 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section number 

ENTM789 Field Experience in Pest Management 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuol Insttudion course: contact department or instructor to obtoin section number 

ENTM799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instnjction course: contact department or instiuctoi to obtain section number 

ENTM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contoct department or insttuctor to obtoin sechon number 

ENTS Telecommunications 

(Engineering) 

ENTS609 Telecommunications Project 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuol Instruction course: contoct deportment or instmctor to obtoin section number 

FMST Family Studies 

(He.alth .and Hum.an Performance) 
FMST105 Individuals in Families 

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

former// FMCO WS. Personal growth ond development within the family context. 
Explorohon of self-owoieness, sex-role imoge, Ife transitions, and interpersonal and 
family relohons. 
0101(07925) Lehecg, B, MW9:30om-12:50pm (SYM2109) 

FMST260 Couple Relationships 

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

former// FMCD 260. Couple relotionships and their oltemoh'ves in contemporary dat- 
ing, courtship and marriage. 
0201(07935) Rubin, R. TuTh 9:30nm-l 2:50pm (MMH 1 304) 

FMST298S Special Topics in Family Studies: 
Sexuality and the Family 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

0201 (07945) Avery, A MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST330 Family Theories and Patterns 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Junior standing, himeily fMCO 330. Theory and research on die himily, including n 

cross-cultural onolysis of family pottems. 
0101(07955) Leslie, L MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 

0201(07956) Zeiger.R. MW2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST332 Children in Families 

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

Pmequisite: fMSI lOS oi PSYC 100 Fomily f/MCfl 332. A family life educohon 

opprooch to die study of children and fomilies. Emphasis on the interaction of children 

with parents, siblings, extended km, ond die community. 

0101(07966) Millstein,F TuTh 9:30om-l 2:50pm (MMH 1 304) 

0201(07967) Datgon,V. MW9:30nm-l 2:50pm (MMH 0108) 

FMST341 Personal and Family Finance 

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

Credit will be gtmted hi only me of rte folhmg: FMC0 44l,fMSJ34l, FMCD 
341 Of CHIC 410. Foimedy FMCD 341. Individual and family hnonciol strategies with 
emphasis on finonciol plonning, sovings, investments, insurance, income taxes, hous- 
ing, and use of ciedil. Planning, onalyzing, ond controlling hnonciol resources to 
resolve peisonol/fomily finonciol problems and to attain hnonciol secuhty 
0201(07977) Stephenson, M. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1 304) 

FMST381 Po\erty\ Affluence, and Families 

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

DIVERSITY Preiegmte: S0C1 100 oiSOCY 105. Formerly FMCD 381 Sociol, politi- 
cal, cultural and economic factors influencing income and wealth in Ameiicon fomilies. 
0201(07987) Rubin, R. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 3418) 



FMST383 Delivery of Human Services to 
Families 

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

Pietequisite: FMSI 330 Formerly FMCD 383 Processes of senrice delfvety with spe- 
cial emphosis upon lelononships among monogers, service providers ond clients. The 
impoct of humon service systems on families. 
0101(07997) Wollen.J. MW9:30am-l 2:50pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST386 Experiential Learning (Pemlleq) 
(3-6) Grode Method: REG/P-F. 

Individual Instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section num- 
ber Prerequisite: leormg Pioposal oppioved by the Offire of Fxpenent]ol looming 
Programs, faculty sponsor, anri student's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours, 
formerly FMCO 386. 

FMST399 Independent Study {PeimReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instnjction course: conract department or instroctoi to obtoin section number. 
Individuolized fomily ond community studies projects of interest to student ond fecuHy. 

FMST431 Family Crises and Intervention 

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

Prerequisite PSK 100. Formerly FMCD 431. Family crises such os divorce, disobility, 
substance abuse, hnonciol problems, introfomiliol obuse, and deoth. Theories and tech- 
nigues for intervenhon and enhoncement of fomily coping stiotegies, 
0101 (0801 1 ) Epstein, N. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1 304) 
020 1 (0801 2) Zeiger, R. MW 9:30am-1 2:50pm (MMH 1 304) 

FMST460 Violence in Families 

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

Prerequisite: PSK 100 or SOCY 100 or SOCY 105 Fomiedy FMCD 460. Theories of 
child, spouse, ond elder obuse in die fomily sethng. Emphosis on historicol, psychologi- 
cal, sociological ond legol trends rotating to physical, emotionol, ond sexuol obuse. 
Introduction to methods for prevention ond lemediotion. 
0101 (08022) Lehecq, B. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST477 Internship and Analysis in Family 
Studies 

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

Prerequisites FMSI 383, plus an additional six FMSI credits and permissim of depart- 
ment For FMSI maiors only Credit will be gionted foi on// one of the follomng: 
FMSI 411 Of FMSI 341 Formerly FMSI 341. k supervised internship ond o seminor 
reguiiing onolysis. Opportunities to integrote theory ond practice including 1 20 hours 
of contracted field experience. Summer/foil internship contracts due May 1; Spring 
contiocts due December 1 , See deportment for opplicohon procedures. 

0101 (08032) Millstein, F 

Meets 06/02/98-08/18/98 Tu 2:00pm-5:20pm (MMH 0108) 
Meets on oltemote Tuesdoys. A plonned, supenrised internship complemented by 
onolysis. Opportunihes to integrate dieory ond prachce. Field expenence requires mini- 
mum of 120 hours per semester 

FMST487 Legal .\spects of Family Problems 

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

former// FMCD 481. Lows and legal procedures, widi emphosis on odoption, moi- 
noge, divorce, onnulment, and property rights, ond how rtiey affect himily life. 
0101 (08042) Myncks, N. Tulh 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 
0201 (08043) Polmet, B. TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 

FMST497 The Child and the La%y 

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

Formerly FMCD 491 Legislohon ond cose taw cegotding children's legol rights with 
emphosis on the nghts of children in the juvenile justice system, ond rights h) medical, 
educntionol, ond ortier social services. 
0101(08053) Myncks, N. MW6:00pm-9:20pm (MMH 1400) 

FMST498 Special Topics IPermHeqj 

(1-31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Indnriduol Instruction course: contoct deportment or insttudoi to obtain section number 
Individual family studies instruchon course on topics of interest to student ond focuhy. 



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fMST498S Special Topics: Sexuality: Issues in 
Family Therapy and Service 
Delivery 

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

0101 (08064) Epstein, N. lulh 9:30Qm-l 2:50pm (MMH U08A) 

FMST645 Sexuality: Issues in Family 

Therapy and Service Delivery 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieieqiiisitei: o bone come m human iemlity ond jKiimsion olimlmctoi. formerly 
fMCD 64S. Typical, dysfunctionol, and pothologicol sexual functioning: effects on indi- 
viduals, couples, ond family systems. Sensitizes students to sexual issues, explores 
how perceptions or such issues affect work with people, and emphasizes implications 
foi moiriage and fomily therapy 
0101(08074) Epstein, N. IuTh9:30ani-12:50pm (MMH 1108A) 

FMST650 Ethical, Legal, and Professional 

Principles in Marriage and Family 

Thcrap\' IPermReql 
(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prererjuisite: permission oNepartmenl bmiled to sturlents orlmitled to ttie family 
Itierapy program, formerly fMCD 650. An intioduction to the bosic pnnciples ond 
proctices of fomily therapy. Emphosis on basic therapy skills opplied to a family con- 
text ond on piofessional ethics of the fomily prochtioner. Addresses therapist's legal 
responsibilihes ond liabilities, cerfificotron, and licensure issues. 
01 01 (08084) Burdette, R. lime ond room to be arianged 

FMST654 Clinical Marriage and Family 
Therapy Practice 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 



Prereeiuisite: fMSI 6SI Limited to students admitted to the h 
formerly fMCO 654 Application of theoiy and technique to the clinical practice of 
mairiage and fomily therapy. Emphasis on case management ond clinic administiotion 
Includes completion of 1 2 successive months ond 500 hours of supervised, direct 
client contact with couples, families, and individuals fram on integiotive fomily sys- 
tems peispective. 
0101(08094) Werlinich.C. M 8:00am-4:30pm (Arranged) 

FMST658 Supervised Clinical Practice of 
Marriage and Family Therapy 

(1-3) Grade Method: S-E 

0101(08104) Gnylin, N. W9:00am-1 2:00pm (MMH 1310) 

Time and room to be aiianged Ois 

0201 (08105) Werlinich, C. W 9:00am-l 2:00pm (MMH 1310) 
Time and room to be orranged Ois 

FMST689 hlternship iPermSeq} 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individual Insttuction course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtoin section number 
Intemship related to student's chosen specialization. 
FMST698 Advanced Topics in Family Studies 

IPerirtReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

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

FMST698T Advanced Topics in Family 
Studies: Innovations in Brief 
Strategic Family Therapy 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(08119) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

FMST6981/ Advanced Topics in Family 
Studies: Violence in Families 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(08129) LetiecqJ. MW2:OOpm-5:20pm (MMH 1304) 

FMST699 Independent Study 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or insttuctor to obtain section number 

FMST758 Supervision of Marriage and 
Family Therapy Supervision 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101 (08141) STAFF TuTh 9:30om-l 2:50pm (MMH 1312) 



FMST789 Non-Thesis Research (remteq) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuol Instruction course: contoct department or insttuctor to obtain section number. 

FMST790 Marriage and Family Therapy 
Supervision 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prereejuisite: permission ol deportment. Credit wilt be granted lor only one ol the lof 
lowing: fMSI 790 or fUSl 690. formerly fMSI 6 90 Theory and reseorrh in supei- 
vision ol moirioge and fomily dieropy Emphosis on major models, orticuiotion of per- 
sonol model, and demonstrobon of percephjol, conceptual, ond executive skills in moi- 
rioge ond family therapy supeivision. Designed to meet the didoctic course component 
of die designnhon of Appioved Supeivisor ol the Americon Associonon for Moiiioge 
and Fomily Therapy. 
0101 (08152) STAFF F 8:00am-4:30pm (MMH 1312) 

FMST799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instiuflion course: contact depoitment or instractoi to obtoin section number 



FREN French 



(Arts .■\nd Hum. unities) 

FRENlOl Elementary French 

(41 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Not open to students with 2 or mare years ol high-s(hool level f reach. Inttoduchon to 
bosic structures and pranunciohon with emphasis on die four skills: listening, spooking, 
reading ond wribng. 
0101(08213) Sozomo-Moreou, S. MTuWTh9:00am-ll:15am 

(IMZ 0202) 

FREN102 Elementary French 

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

Prerequisite: f M 101 atUMCP or permission ol department. Furdiet work on bosic 
structures and pranuncintion widi emphasis on the foui skills: listening, speaking, read- 
ing and writing. 

0201(08223) lenoghon,L MTuWTh9:00om-ll:15am (1M20122) 
FREN103 Re\iew of Elementary French 

(41 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

limited to students who ham had ot least hwo years al high-school f reach or equivo- 
lent or who do not qualify for f f ffl 203. Credit will be groated lor only one olthe fof 
lowing: fff« 101/ fPfH 102 ai fPfH 103. 
0101(08233) Coski,R. MWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 1 224) 

020 1 (08234) Bekrau, V. MWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (JMZ 1224) 

FREN203 Intermediate French 

(41 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Complehon ol the study of basic grammohcol stiuctures, with 
reodings, conversohon, ond composihon. Fulhlls the Arts and Humanities language 
requirement. 
0101(08244) Bondutont,0. MTulWlh9:30om-ll:45am (1MZ3120) 
020 1 (08245) Ennoboulssi, A. MWTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (IMZ 31 20) 

FREN204 Review Grammar and Composition 

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

CORE: Humonibes (HO) Prerequisite: fRlH 203 or permission ol depaihttent. An 
intensive review of moior aspects of contemporary grammohcol usage; ttaining in com- 
prehension ond guided composibon, 

0201(08255) Honanio.C, MTuWTh9:00om-10:45am (1MZ3118) 
FREN211 Intermediate Conversation 

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

Hot open to oahve speakers. Prerequisite: fPtH 203 or permission of deportment. 
Practice in spoken French wirti emphasis on contemporory French topics. 
0101(08265) Moretti.B. MTuWTh9:00am-10:45om (JMZ 3203) 

FREN301 Composition and Style 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: fKlH 204 or permission ol department. Grommoticol anolysis, tronslo- 
tion, free ond guided composition. 
0201(08275) Honanio.C. MTuWTh9:00am-10:45om (JMZ 3118) 



FREN312 Introduction to French Culture: 
Ihc French Press 

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

Prerequisite: any 200-levet course in french above ffffl 203 or permission of depart- 
ment Nat open to native speakers. Analysis and discussion of articles Iram French and 
Francophone printed medio, reflecting a variety ol sources ond styles. 
0101(08285) Moretti, B. MTumh9:00am-l 0:45am (JMZ 3203) 

FREN386 Experiential Learning ffermJeijJ 
(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Individual Instruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin section num- 
ber Prerequisite: learning Proposal approved by the Office of txperienhaf learning 
Programs, locally sponsor, and shjdenl's intemship sponsor 56 semester hours. 

FREN399 Directed Study in French iPermKeqj 

(1-3) Grade Method: S-F. 

Indhridual Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number. 

FREN489 Pro-Seminar in Themes or 

Movements of French Literature: 
1 read it at the Movies; Five Afro- 
Caribbean Films - Taught in English 

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

0101(08299) Frindertiie, M. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm (JMZ 3205) 

FREN79e Masters Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instiuction course, contoct deportinent or instructor to ohtorn secbon number. 

FREN799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact deportment or insttuctor to obtoin section number. 

FREN898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contoct deportment or insttuctor to obtain section number, 

FREN899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Insttuction course: contact deportment or insttuctor to obtoin section number. 



6E0G Geography 



(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
GEOG1D0 Introduction to Geography 

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

CORE: Behovioral ond Social Science (SB) An inttoduchon to the brood field of geogro- 
phy OS it is applicable to the general education student. The course presents the bosic 
rationale ol voriohons in human occupancy ol the earth and stresses geographic con- 
cepts relevont to understanding world, regional ond locol issues, 
0101(08366) Cirrincione, J. MW7:OOpm-10:20pm (CSS 2324) 

GE0G130 Developing Countries 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behovioral and Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY An inttoduchon to die geographic 
choracterishcs of die development problems and praspects of developing countries. 
Spofiol distribuhon ol poverty, employment, migration ond urban growth, oghculbriol 
producbvity, rural development, policies and internobonol trade Portraits of selected 
developing countties, 

0201(08376) Dokopoulou, E, MW l:00pm-4:30pm (CSS 0201) 

GE0G170 Maps and Map Use 

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

CORE: Mothemalics oi Foimol Reasoning (MS) The use and interpretohon of mops 
encountered in both "everyday" reading, and in scientific literaftiie Development ol 
skills in map reading, enviranmentol anolysis, interpretohon ond otienleenng. 
0101(08386) Brodsky.H. Tulh 9:00am-l 2.30pm (CSS 2324) 
GEOG305 Quantitative Methods in Geography 

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

A procticol introduction to data souices and meosurement, deschphve stohshcs, data 
collection, sampling and queshonnoire design, held techniques, mop use, computer 
use and data presenlotion 
0101 (08396) Brodsky, H, Tulh 2:00pm-5:30pm (CSS 2428) 



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GE0G320 The United States and Canada 

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

The two countries os tunrtoning geogtophic systems with importont diffecentes ond 
key linkoges. An exominotion of the cultural, enviionmentol, and economic compo- 
nents ond their spotiol vonolion. Attenhon to the role of regions in nohonal economies. 

01 01 (08406) Eney, A MW 2:OOpm-5:30pm (CSS 2330) 

GE0G321 Manland and Adjacent Areas 

(3) Grade Method; REG/PF/AUD. 

The physicol environment, natural resources, ond populohon in relahon to ogciculture, 
industiy, tionspoct, ond trade in Ihe Stole of Morylond and odjocent areos. 
020M08416) Eney, A TuTh l;00pm^:30pm (CSS 2416) 

GE0G324 Europe 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

The geogrophicol dwersity of modem Europe from londscope ond regional perspechves. 
The d'rverse feotuies of Europe's physical envnonment and resource tiose, ond their 
rntegrahon into the demographic, economic, social and political potterns of the confr 
nent's moior geographic regions. 
0101 (08426) Cebrion, J. MW 9;00am-1 2:30pm (CSS 2428) 

GE0G340 Geomorpholog)' 
(3) Giode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Survey of londform types and role of processes in their generahon. Freriuency of occur- 
rence ond implicohons for land uhlizohon. Emphasis on coastal, fluviol, ond glocial 
londforms in different environmentol settings, londform regions of Morylond. 
0101(08436) Keomey,M. Iulh9:30om-1 :00pm (CSS 1113) 
GEOG372 Remote Sensing 

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

Principles of remote sensing in relohon to photographic, thermal infroied ond rador 
imaging. Methods of obraining quonhtolive inforaiahon hom remotely^ensed images. 
Interpretohon of remotely^ensed images emphosizing the study of spohol and envirorh 
mentol relotionstiips. 

0101(08446) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:30pm (CSS 2428) 

GE0G384 Internship in Geography iFemKeq) 

(31 Grode Method: S-F 

Preiequisile: GWO 305: and 6WC310: and pemisaon of depaitment. Cmqaisile: 
ClOO 3SS. Supervised held training to provide career experience. Introduction to pro- 
fessionol level nchvities, demonds, oppoitunihes. Placement at a public ogency, norv 
profit organizohon, or privote firm. Porticipohon requires opplicohon to the internship 
odvisor in preceding semester. 
0101(08456) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

;: 20 1 (08457) STAFF Time ond room to be otranged 

GEOG385 Internship Research Paper (Pamlteql 

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

Pmeqmte: 6(06 305, ond OlOQ 3 1 0, ond pemism ol depalment. Ctxequisile: ClOC 
384. Semiror conducted on compus. Research poper rebted to the student's Intemship. 
0101 (0846?) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

j?01 (08468) STAff Time ond room to be ononged 

GE0G423 Pohtical Geography 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Geogrophicol foctors m the nohonol power ond intemohonol relotions; on onolysis of 
the role ol 'GEOPOLTICS' ond "GEOSTRATEGY,' with special reference to the cutient 
woHd scene. 
020 1 (08478) Hnmilton, I. TuTh 9:30om-1 :00pm (CSS 0201 ) 

GEOG450 The Conlemporar)' City 
13) Gtode Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

The contemporary urban system: towns, dhes and metropolitan oreos ond their role os 
concentiohons of soool and economic activity. Patterns of londuse: residenhni, 
employment, commercial ochvity, monufoctunng, and ttansportohon. Explanatory ond 
descriptive models. Intemohonol comporisons. 
0201(08488) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:30pm (CSS 2330) 

GEOG456 The Social Geography of 
Mctropiihian Areas 

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

A sodoipotiol npprooch to humon interortion with the urtton environment; woys per>- 
ple percenre, dehne, behove in, ond stiuctute their dhes ond metiopoliton oreos. 
Spohol pattems of sociol odtvihes as formed by the disthbuhon and interaction of peo- 
ple ond sotiol inshtufions. 
0101(08498) STAFF TuTh 6:00piif9:30pm (CSS 2330) 



GEOG498 Topical Investigations iPemfeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contoct deportment ot instiuctor to obtoin sechon number. 

GEOG788 Selected Topics in Geography 

(Permieq) 

(1-31 Grode Method: REG/AUO. 
Individual Instruchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtoin section number. 

GEOG7B9 Independent Readings Ifemfeql 

(1-31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instnjchon cou5e: contact deportment or instractor to obtain sechon num- 
ber. Contoct deportment to moke orrangemeots. 

GEOG790 Internship in Geography ffemHeq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Field expenence in the student's speciolly in o fedetol, stofe, or locol ogency or phvote 
business. Reseorch poper required. Contort deportment to moke orrongements. 
0101(08514) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (0851 5) STAFF Time ond room to be otranged 

GE0G799 Master's Thesis Research (Pemfeql 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 
Individual Instiuflion courw: contoct deportment or insttuchK to obtoin section number 

GEOG899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPemHeq) 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indrviduol Insttuchon cour«: contoct department or instiuctor to obttin sechon number. 



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GEOL Geology 



(Computer, M.athem.atical and Physical 

Sciences) 

GEOtlOO Physical Geolog)' 

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

Credit will be gwnted for only one ol ttie following: SfOi 100 oi 6101 103 or SlOi 
105 or ClOl 107 A generol survey of the rocks and minerals composing the earth, 
it5 surfoce features ond the ogents that form them, ond the dynomic forces of plate 
tectonics. CORE Physicol Science Loboratory (PL) Course only when token concunenhy 
with GEOl 110, 
0101(08578) Wylie,A MTuWThF9:30om-1D:50om (PIS 1111) 

GEDL110 Physical Geology Laboratory 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pie- 01 corequtsite: GfOi 100 or OWL 120 The bosk moteriols and tools of physical 
geology sttessing fomiliorizahon with rocks ond minerols ond the use of mops in geo- 
logic intecpretohons. CORE Physical Science Loborotory (PI) Course only when token 
with GEOl 100. 
0101 (08588) STAFF MW 1 2:00pm-3:00p(ti (GEO 2106) lob 

GE0tl20 En\ironmental Geology 
(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science (PS) A review of geologic foctors undedying mony environ- 
mental problems ond Ihe internchons between populotion and physicol environment 
geologic bozards, londuse planning, consenrohon, mineral resources, waste disposol, 
lond reclomahon ond the geologic ospects of health and diseosc. The course is oimed 
ot lower division students in educotion ond liberol arts, ond should be usehjl to ony 
student concerned with geologic perspechves of environmentol problems. 
0101(08598) Segovia, A MTuWIhF 9:30om-10.50om (KEY0116) 

GE0t123 Causes and Implications of 
Global Change 

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

to oHeied as GlOO U3. MITO 123, ond PBIO 123 Credit mil be granted for oo/y 
one ol the following: OfOO 123, 6101 123. mO 123, or PSIO 123. Thrs course 
offers unique expenence in integiohng physicol. chemicol, geologicol, and biologicol 
sciences with geographical, economic, sociological ond polihcol knowledge skills 
toword better understonding of globol chonge. Review of environmentol science 



relohng to weother and dimote chonge, odd predpitohon, ozone holes, gk)bo1 woitD- 
ing, ond impocts on biology, ogncuhure, and human behovior. Study of the noturol, 
long-term voriability of the globol environment, ond what influence mankind moy hove 
in perturbing "it hom fc notural evolution Concepts of how physicol, biological, ond 
humon behovionol systems interoct, and the repercussions whkh moy follow hom 
humon endeovors. The monner in which to approodi decision and poficy moking relof 
ed to issues of global dionge. 
0101(08608) Mclellon, E. MTuWThf 11:00om-12:20pm (TWS0147) 

GE01499 Special Problems in Geology (tamlteq) 

(1-3) Gtode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indrviduol Instruchon coutse: contact deportment or instiuctot to olitoin section number. 

GE0t799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-4) Grade Method: REG. 

Indrviduol Insttuchon course: contoct deportment or instnjctot to obtain sechon numbei. 

GE01899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F 

Individual Instnjchon course: contact deportment ot instractor to obtoin sechon number. 

GERM Germanu Studies 

(.Arts and Humanities) 
GERM1D1 Elementary German I 

(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
fomier/y Cf/MI III Introduchon to bosic stnjctures ond pronundohon by emphasis 
on the four skills: listening, speoking, reoding ond wnting. Reodings concern the cur- 
rent Tifeflyle ond dviTizohon of the Gennorttpeoking world. 

01 01 (08673) Timothy. E. MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l :00pm UMZ 3205) 
GERM102 Elementary German II 

(4) Grade Meltiod: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisile: 6[IIM 101 oi equmlenl. Fomiedy 6ll(M 1 12. A confinuotion of GERM 
101, complehng Hie introduchon of bosic stractures ond conhnuing the invotvement 
with the dvilizahon of the Germortipeoking world. 

0201(08683) Toured,!. MTuWThF 11 :00(nhl:OOp(naM2 3203) 
GtRM201 Intermediate German I 

(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Humonihes (HO) Prerequisite: 6lilM 102. Grammoi review ond greoter mas- 
tery of vocabulary, idioms, conversohonol fluency, and composihonol skills. Reodings 
stress the cunent lifestyle ond dvilizotion of Ihe GemwrKpeoking wortd. 
01 01 (08693) MrTk, W MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l :00pm UM2 3203) 

GERM202 Intermediate German II 
(4) Grade Meltiod: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Prerequisite: 6EIIM 201. Hot open to students wbo fiave 
completed OfUM 211. Credit wi be granted lor only one ol the following: Gf SM 202 
or 6m 21 1 01 Om 104. Formerly 6im2ll. Continuation ol GfftK 201 
Grammor review ond greoter mostery of vocobukiry, idioms, conversohonol fluency 
ond composihonol skills. Reodings sness Ihe cunent lifestyle ond dvibohon of the 
GemiorKpeoking wortd. 

020: (08703) Chesonts,D. MTuWTTiF 11:0Oam-1:00pmUMZ3118) 
GERM415 German/English Translation I 

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

Does not hHill major requirements in Oerman. Hot open to students who hove com- 
pleted 6m 101. 6m 102, om 201, om 202, om 301 or om 302. An 

intensive presentohon of Germon grammor limited exdusively to reoding skill; graded 
reodings in the arts ond sciences. Insttuchon in English; connot be used to satisfy the 
orts ond humonihes foreign longuoge requirement. 
0101(08713) 0stei,R. MIuTh 4:00pm-6:30pm (JMZ 3203) 

GERM439 Selected Topics in German 
Literature: Folklure and Folk 
Literature 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

01 01 (08723) Wnlker, R. MTuTh 9:00om-1 1 :30am (PIS 1 1 68) 
GERM499 Directed Study: Directed Study in 
German 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Indrviduol Instrachon course: contoct deportment or instractot to obtoin sechon numbet. 
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GERM798 Masters Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indivlduol Instruction (ourse; contort department or instrurtor to obtoin section number 
Contort instrurtor before registering, 

GERM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin section number 

GERM898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number. 

GERM899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin section number 

GVPT Government and 
Politics 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
GVPT100 Principles of Government and 
Politics 

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

CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) A stirdy of the bosic principles ond concepts 

of polibcal science. 
0101 (08792) Swistok, P. MW 1 2:30pm-3:50pm (TYD 2109) 
0201 (08793) Swistok, P. MW 1 2:30pm-3:50pm (TYD 0102) 

GVPT170 American Government 

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

CORE: Bebaviorol and Sociol Science (SB) A comprehensive study of nabonol govern- 
ment in die United States-nntionol, state and local. 
0101 (08803) Gront-Wisdom, D. TuW 9:00am-] 2:20pm (DNC 1147A) 
0201(08804) Mcintosh, W, MWE9:30am-]l:'t5am (TYD 0102) 

GVPT200 International Political Relations 

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

CORE: Behoviorol ond Sociol Science (SB) Prerequisite: 6VPJ 100- formerly CVPT 
300. A study of the mojoi fortors underlying international relotions, the methods of 
conduchng foreign relations, the foreign policies of the majoi powers, and the means 
of avoiding or alleviohng intemationol conflicts. 

0101 (08814) Gront-Wisdom, D. TuW l:30pm-4:50pm (TYD 0111) 
GVPT231 Law and Society 
(3) Gtode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerei]uisite- OVPJ I/O. A study of die basis of low and its relationship with vorious 
contemporory inshtuhons such as the courts, the legal profession, and society at large. 
0201(08824) Mcintosh, W Mb 9:30am-1 2:50pm (KEY 0126) 

GVPT241 The Study of Political Philosophy: 
Ancient and Modern 

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

Prerequisite: GVPI 100. txomines some of the solient continuihes ond breaks 
between die oncieni ond modern ttoditions in Western polificol philosophy. 

0101(08834) Alfotd.C. 1uTh6:30pm-9:50pm aYD0117) 

0201(08835) Tetchek,R. Mb l:00pm-4:20pm (KEY0116) 

GVPT280 Comparative Politics and 
Governments 

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

Prerequisite: GVPI 100 An intiodurtion to the comporohve study of polihc ond gover- 
nance, including the onolyticol frameworks for studies of politics and governmental 
inshtutions ond o survey of the moioi types of European regimes 
0101(08845) Heisler.M. MW 12;30pm-3:50pm (TYD 2111) 

GVPT282 The Government and Politics of 
the Third World 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD, 

Prerequisite: OVPI WO A study of the govetnmentol instituhons, processes ond prob- 
lems, ond the sociMConomic environment which ore common to the great mojotity of 
the third world states of Africa. The Middle East, Asio, ond lobn Amenco; ond in which 
internal politics develop. 



0201(08855) lDnning,E. MW 12:30pm-3:50pm (KEY0116) 

GVPI309P Topics in International Relations: 
Human Rights and 
Democratization in Latin America 

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

0201(08865) Koufmon,E. MW5:00pm-8:20pm aYD2106) 

GVPI309X Topics in International Relations; 
Conflict Resolution - The Israeli 
Palestinian Experiment 

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

i;i?OI (08875) Hossossion, M., Kauhnan, E. TuTh6:00pnf9:20pm (TYD 2106) 
1o be teom taught by Polestinion and Israeli Professors; to cover historic background to 
the conflict, the peace process ond on applied excercise in conflirt resoluhon on die 
issue of lerusoiem. Course loughl by Monuel Hossosion and Edword Kouhnon. 

GVPI339S Topics in Public Law: Philosophy 
of Law 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(08885) McCobe,M MWTh 7:00pm-9: 15pm (SKN 1115) 

GVm59A Topics in Comparative Politics: 
Women in Politics 

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

0101(08895) Dowisha.K. TuTh9:30am-12:50pm (IMZOllS) 

GVP1376 Applied Field Research in 

Government and Politics (PemReql 

(3-6) Grade Method: S-F 

Prerequisite: 6VPI I/O. Corequisite: GVPI 3//. Shidents in this course ponicipate as 
interns in on agency of government or in some other opptopriote polihcol orgonizohon. 
Assignments ore orranged to provide students with insights into both tbeorehcol and 
prorticol aspects of polihc. Under die tuteloge of die host ogency and on ocodemic 
odviser, students condurt n mo|Oi research proiert of mutual interest to die student 
ond his or her host agency in die field of government and polihcs 
0201(08905) Loaning, E. Time and room to be orronged 

GVPF377 Seminar For Academic Interns 



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

Prerequisite: OVPI I/O. Corequisite: SVPI3/6. The opplicotion of mojor concepts of 
polibcal science to die reolihes of the polihcol process. Readings ond discussion 
attempt to relole the experiences of the ocodemic interns to opptopriote literahiie on 
die subjert of polihcol decision-making. 
0201(08915) Loaning, E. Tu 12:30pm-3:50pm (KEY0117) 
Time and room to be orronged Dis 

GVP1379A Topics in American Politics: 
African-American Politics 

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

0101(08925) 1ohnson,0 luW 5:00pm-8:20pm (TYD 0111) 
Ibis course exomiaes Africon American polihcs in die United States, bodi post and 
present, by onolyzing the Block polihcol struggle foi heedom and die relotionship 
between Africon Americans ond trodihonal American politicol inshtuhons The course 
also discusses important aspects of Block polihcol culbjre, including racial idenhty, 
top music, ond gender lelnhons. 

GVPT388A Topical Investigations: Analysis of 
Concepts and Filmic Images 

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

0101(08935) Glass,!. Time and room to be orronged 

Requires concurrent legistrabon in GVPT 399A foi a combined total of 6 credits 
See course descnphon under GVPT 399A. 

GVP1396 Introduction to Honors Research 

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

Prerequisite: ailmission to ami permission ol CWf Honors Program. A required course 
for all honors sMdents designed to emphosize library reseorch, mediodology, and writ- 
ing skills in polihcol science ond polihcol philosophy. A written pioposol, bibliography 
and research design for on honors papei required of oil students as o final projert, 

0101(08945) S1AFF Time and room to be arranged 

GVPT397 Honors Research 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CWI 396 oni admission to Ol/Pl honors program. Indivlduol reading and 
reseorch. Pteporohon of on originol poper. 



0101(08955) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

GVPT399A Seminar in Government and 

Politics: Filins and the Politics of 
the Family 

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

May be taken concurrendy with GVPT 388A for o totol of 6 credits. 
0101(08965) Gloss,). 

Meets 06/01/98-06/1 9/98 MluWThF 1 :30pm-4:50pm ()M7 0220) 
Survey ol films to underslond die polihcs of the family. Emphosis on fomilies, their 
struggles over power, die effects of loneliness, despoir ond disintegrahon, ond the 
politics implied in these emohonol reolihes. 

GVPT399B Seminar in Government and 

Politics: Vietnam Legacies and Film 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(08975) Vietri,L. MW6:00pm-9:50pm (PIS 1130) 

GVPT436 The Legal Status of Women 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisite: OVPJ 231. Also offered os WM5T 436. Oeiit will be grontei lor only 
one ol the lolhwing: OVPI 436 or WMSJ 436. An exominohon of judiciol interpreto- 
fion ond applicahon ol common, statutory, ond conshtuhonol law os diese offert die 
slotus of women in Americon society. 

0201(08985) Feinstein,H. TuTb 12:30pm-3:50pm (TYD 2102) 

GVPT447 Islamic Political Philosophy 

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

DIVERSITY The wntings of one or several oudiors fiom die rise of Islamic philosophy unhl 
todoy ore examined in order to see how diey understand die conflirting cloims of revelo- 
hons ond unaided human reason obout die best regime, justice, and bumon virtue 
0201 (08995) Hossassion, M. TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm (TYD 2109) 

GVPI473 Legislatures and Legislation 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: OVPI I/O. A detoiled survey of lowmoking ond die legislofive process, 
empbosizing die U.S. Congress and its members. 
0101(09005) Usloner,E. TuTb 12;30pm-3:50pm (TYD0117) 

GVPT898 Readings in Government and 
Politics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individual Instiurtion course: contort department or instiurtor to obtain sertion number. 

GVPT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indivlduol Instrurtion course contort deportment or instructor to obtoin sertion numbei. 

HESP Hearing and Speech 
Sciences 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
HESP305 Anatomy and Physiology of the 
Speech Mechanism 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: HISP 202. Anotomy, physiology, ond neuralogy of speech mechanism. 
0101(09066) McCollG. MWF 2:00pm^:1 5pm (KEY 0126) 

HESP311 Anatomy, Patholog)' and 

Physiology- of the Auditory System 

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

Prerequisite: HISP 202. Gross anotomy of die eot ond podiwoys lor tronsmission ol 
sound energy diraugh die peripheral and central ouditory system. Couses, develop- 
ment and effects of podiological condihons contribubng to temporary or chranic beor- 
ing impairments. 

0101 (09076) Crawley, H. MWF 8:00am-l 1 .30om (JRN 1 1 05) 
HESP386 E.\periential Learning IPemhq) 

(3-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F 
Individual Instruchon course: contort deportment or instrartor to obtoin sertion number 
Prerequisite: learning Proposal approtei hy the Office ol Ixpenentiol learning 
Programs, faculty sponsor, anri sturlenl's internship sponsor. 56 semester hours. 



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HESP400 Speech and Language Development 
in Children 

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

Pieiequisite: HISP 300- Anolysis of the normal processes of speech ond longuDge 
development in children. 

0101(09088) liolh.F. MWF ll:OOorthl:15pm (KfV0124) 

HESP407 Bases of Hearing Science 

13] Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: HISP 3Jl f undomentols of heoring, including the physics of sound, 
onotomy ond physiology of periphcrol ond centrol ouditory nervous system, psy- 
chophysicol procedures used rn measurement of ouditory sensotion ond perception, 
ond topia in psychologicol acoustics. 
0201(09108) Needlemon, A. MWF ll:00orihl:15pm (KEY0126) 

HESP417 Principles and Methods in Speech- 
Language Patholog>' and Audiology 

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

Pisiequisite: HISP 402, HISP 4 ) ). The principles underlying the treatment of speech, 
language ond hearing disorders in children and adults. 
0201(09118) Utz.K. MTuWThF9:30om-10:50om(™S013S) 

HESP49BC Seminar: Advanced Sign Language 

IPemReq) 

13) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(09128) Williams,!. MIuWThF 9:30am-IO:50om (TIF 2101) 

HESP498P Seminar: Phonetics for Teachers of 
English as a Second Language 

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

0101(09138) Wiiesinghe, R. MW 7:00pm-10:20pm (KEY 0124) 

HESP499 Independent Study IPemKeql 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

HESP635 Aural Rehabilation/Habilitation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Principles, mediods and pracedurcs for ouroi rebobilitotion/hobilitohon in children ond 
odults. 
0101(09150) Bo»our,P. TuTh3:00pm-6:20pm (KEY 0123) 

HESP63B Research Practicum: Minor 
Research Problems 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course; contort deportment or instructor to obtoio section number 

HESP639B Special Topics in Hearing and 
Speech Sciences: Dysphagia 

(31 Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Gerald N. McColl, course choiimon. 
0201 (09162) McColl, G. 

Meets 07/13/98-07/31/98 MTuW 3:00pm-6:00pm (KEY0124 
Fl:00pm^:00pm (KEY 0124) 

HESP639M Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Current Trends in 
Fluency 

ID Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09172) Rotner.N. Time and room to be arranged 

HESP639N Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Current Trends in 
Oral Language and Literacy 

(1) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(09182) Roth, F Time and room to be orronged 

HESP6390 Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Current Trends in 
Articulation and Pholology 

(1) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(09192) Roth, E Time ond room to be arranged 



HESP639T Special Topics in Hearing and 

Speech Sciences: Central Auditory 

Processing 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0201(09202) Needlemon,A. MW2:00pm-5:20pm (TYD 2111) 

HESP648A Clinical Practice in Speech: 
Diagnostic Practice in Speech 



MTuWThF9:30om-10:50am (KEY 0103) 
MTuWThF9:30om-10:50am (KEY 0103) 



(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instrudion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion number. 

HESP64BB Clinical Practice in Speech 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(09213) STAFF Time and room to be arionged 

HESP649 Clinical Practice in Audiology 

lPemReq> 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuol instruction course: contort department or instrurtor to obtoin section number 

HESP708 Independent Study 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course: contort department or instiurtor to obtoin sertion number. 

HESP728 Advanced Clinical Practice in 
Speech 

(2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0201(09226) STAFF Time and room to be orronged lob 

HESP799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instiurtion course: contort deportment or instturtor to obtain sertion number. 

HESP899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-B) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instrucrion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin section number 

HISP Historic Preservution 

(Architecture) 

HI$P619 Special Topics in Historic 
Preservation IPemReq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(09288) Flock, J. Time and room to be orronged 

0201 (09290) Flock, J. Time and mom to be arranged 

HISP700 Final Seminar in Historic 
Preservation 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Criricol evoluoBon of project, portfolio, or heldwork on which die students hove been 
working throughout die progrom, o synthesis of histonc preservohon process ond 
ochievemenis with speciol tocus on careers in die held. 
0101(09310) Flock,!. Time and room to be orronged 

0201(09311) Flock,!. Time and room to be orronged 



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(Arts and Humanities) 

HISTlll The Medieval World 

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

CORE: Sociol or Polihcol History (SH) fomerf/ HIS! 131. The development ol Europe 
in the Middle Ages; die role of religious volues in shaping new sociol, economic, ond 
political inshtuhons; medievol lilerotuie, art and oichitecture. 
0101(09361) Rutenburg,!. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 0123) 

HIST113 Modern Europe: 1789 - Present 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Sociol or Polihcol History (SH) hmerly HISI ]33. Evoluhon of modern nohon 
states. Induslriokconomic strurture and demogrophy Emergence of modern seculor 
society. 
0201 (09371) Becker, 0. MTuWThF 1 l:00am-12:20pm (KEY 01 16) 



HISTI56 History of the United States to 
1865 

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

CORE: Sociol or Potincol History (SH) The United Stotes fram coloniol fimes to the end 
of the Civil Wor, Estoblishment and development ol Americon institutions. 

0101(09381) Hughes, M. 
0201 (09382) Hordwick, K. 

HIST157 History of the United States Since 
1865 

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

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) The United Stotes from the end of the Civil Wor 
to die present. Economic, sociol, intellectual, and polihcol developments. Rise ol indus- 
try ond emergence of die United Stotes os n world power. 
0101(09392) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (TYD 0117) 

0201 (09393) Moss, A MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2;20pm (KEY 01 03) 

HIST210 Women in America to 1880 

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

CORE: Social or Politico! History (SH) DIVERSITY Mso offered m mSr2W. Oedit 
will be gianted lot only one ol the lollowing: HIST 210 oi WMSJ2I0. An exomino- 
hon ol die economic, fomily and polihcol roles oi colonial, sieve, immigrant and hon- 
tier women in America liom pre-industriol coloniol period dirough die eorly stages ol 
nineteendi cenh/cy indushiolizoNon ond urbonizohon. 
0101(09403) Lyons, C. MW6:00pm-9;l 5pm (KEY 0126) 

HIST236 History of Britain 1688 to Present 

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

CORE: Sociol or Political History (SH) Brihsh history from die Glorious Revoluhon ol 
1688 to die piesent The revolution of 1688; the structure of 18di cenhiry society 
ond polihcs; economic ond social change in die indushiol revoluhon; 1 9di ond 20di 
century polihcol ond social reform; imperialism; die impart of die First ond Second 
World Wors on Brihsh society, 

0101(09413) Price, R. MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am (HJP 1229) 

HIST282 History of the Jewish People I 

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

CORE: Social or Political History (SH) DIVERSITY UliO ofleied os IWST 231 Ciedil mil 
be gionted lot only one ol the lollowing: HISI 282 or MSI 234. Polihcol, economic, 
sociol and culturni development widiin lewish history from die Biblical period to die 
late Middle Ages Special ottention to die emergence of Robbinic ludoism ond its sub- 
sequent encounter widi medieval Chnshon and Islamic civilizohons. 
0101(09423) Cooperman,B. MTuWThF 11 :00nm-l 2:20pm (KEY 0117) 

HIST306 History of Religion in America 

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

A history of religion, religious movements, ond churches in America from die early colo- 
niol period to die present, widi special ottenhon to die relodon of church and society. 
0201 (09433) Brodbury, M. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (KEY 01 16) 

HIST337 Europe in the World Setting of the 
20th Century 

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

Poliricol, economic and cultural developments in 20di century Europe widi special 
emphosis on die foctors involved in die two world wars and dieir global impacts ond 
signihconce. 
0201(09443) Kent,G MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am (KEY 0120) 

HIST353 America in the Revolutionary Era, 
1763-1815 

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

Credit will be granted lor only one of die lollowing: HISI 353 or HISI 361 The back- 
ground ond course ol die American Revoluhon and eoriy nahonhood dirough die Wor 
ol 1812, Emphasis on how die Revoluhon shaped Amencon polihcol and sociol deveF 
opment, the cieohon ol o new government under die Conshtuhon, ond die chollenges 
locing die new nohon. 
0101(09453) RidgwoyW MW6:0Opm-9:15pm (KEY 0116) 

HIST355 Civil War and the Rise of 

Industrialization, 1860-1900 

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

Credit will be gionted lot only one ol die lollowing: HISI 3SS ond HISI 364. Civil Wor, 
sertional and doss conflicts and dieir impart on Amencon Me ond inshhjhons from die 
beginning of die Civil Wor diiough die Gilded Age; social, economic, ond polihcol recon- 
shurtion of die union; indushiolizotion, urbonizorion, and technological chonges. 
020 1 (09463) O'Donovon, S. MIuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (KEY 01 25) 



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HIST357 Rcccni America: 1945-Present 

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

Hecommemled: HISl 15/ oi HISJ 3S6- Ciedit ml be gwnted tor only one ol rte hi- 
kmng: HISI 357 oi hlSJ 367 Ameticon kislory fiom the inougutolion ot Hotiy S. 
Ttumon to tlie present with emphosis upon politics ond foreign telotions, hot with (oih 
sideration of speciol topics such os rodicolism, conscivotism. ond lobof. 
0101(09473) Smeod, H. Tuni6:00pn>9:15pm (KfV 1117) 

HIST386 Experiential Learning iPemReii) 
(3-6)Grodetilethod:REG/P'F. 

Pteiequsile: learning Fmposal opprorerf 4k ik dike of Ixfenenml learning 

Piagiam, hcvlty sponsoi, onrf student's internship sponsot- S6 semestei hoais. 

0101(09483) Flock, J. Time ond room to be orionged 

0201 (09484) Flock, J. lime ond room to be orronged 

mST410 Introduction to Archives 1 (PeimHeq) 
(3) Gtode Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

Fieiequisite permission ol depaitmeol- Corequisite: HISI 41 1 History of the bosic 
intellectuol piobleins reloling to orchives ond monuscript repositories; emphasis on 
problems of selection, occess, preservotion, inventorying and edihng os well os the 
vnnety of institutions housing documents. 
0101 (09494) Gnmsted, D. M 7:00pm-10:00pm (KEY 2119) 
Time ond room to be orronged Dis 

HIST411 Introduction to Archives II (PemReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

I'reretjoisite: pennission ol department- Coreijijisite: HISJ 410 Ptochcol experience 
Ifirough plocement in cooperoting archives oi monuscript repositones in the 
Boltimore/Annapolis/Washington, DC. oreos. Assignments to specihc projects hosed 
on intellectual interest of students. 
0101(09504) Gnmsted, D. Time ond room to be orronged 
0201(09505) Grimsted, D. Time ond room to be orronged 

HIST419A Special Topics in Histon, : Field 

Work Analysis 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (0951 5) Holum, K. Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(09516) Holum, K. Time ond room to be orronged 

HIST453 Diplomatic History of the United 
Slates from 1914 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 



Ameticon fore^n relations in the twentieth century. Wodd War I, the Greot D 
Wodd Wor II, the Cold Wor, the Koreon Wor, ond Vietnom. A continuation of HIST 452. 
0201 (09526) Zhong, S. MW 6:00pm-9: 1 5pm (KEY 01 25) 

HIST459A Society in America: Historical 
Topics: Native American 
Ethnohistory: Theories and 
Methods 

(31 Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 
0201(09536) Brooks,). TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 0125) 

HIST462 The L nited States CiN-il War 

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

Couses of the Ovil Wor sectionol poTihcs and secession; resources and strategy of the 
Confederacy ond the Union; changing choroctet of the war; emoncipotion ond its con- 
sequences: economic, social ond political conditions on the homefront; ond the 
wortjme origns of Reconstruchon. Not a militoiy history course; little ottenhon to the 
loctics of paiticulor bottles. 

0101(09546) 0shei,D. MTuWThF8:00om-9:20am (KEY 1117) 

HIST467 Histor}- of Maryland 
(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUO. 

PoTihcol, social ond economic history of Morylond from the seventeenth century to the 
present. 
02OMO9556) Stiverson.G. TuHi6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 0124) 

HIST473 History of the Caribbean 

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

DIVERSITY Offers a concise inlroducfion to the history of the Caribbean regions from 
the Columbion voynges to the 20th Century. Speciol emphosis is gwen to the dynom- 
io of local sociol and cu^mi formations within the homeworic of the "Politicol ond 
Economic History of the Atlantic Wodd.' 
0101(09566) Polmie.S. TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (KEY 0103) 



HIST499 Independent Study: Field Work 
in Israel (hmSeql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(09576) Holum, K Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(09577) Holum, K. Tme and room to be orronged 

HIST499A Independent Study 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (09587) STAFF Time ond room to be orionged 

0201(09588) STAFF Time ond room to be orionged 

HIST619A Special Topics in History: Field 
Work Analysis 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(09598) Holum, K. Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(09599) Holum, K. Time ond room to be oitoiiged 

HIST619B Special Topics in History: 
Independent Studv iPermfeq) 
(1-31 Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction cou5e: contort depoitment oi instiurtor to obium section number 

HIST799 Master's Thesis Research iPemlleiil 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indwiduol Instiurtion course: contort deportment or instiufloi to obtoin sertion number. 

HIST899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermReq) 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instiurtion course: contort deportment or instructor la obtoin section number. 

HLTH Health 

(Health and Human Performance) 
HIIH106 Drug Use and Abuse 

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

An interdisciplinoiy analysis of contemporory drug issues and problems. The course will 
exomine physiologicol, psychologicol. social, philosophical, historicol, legol ond health 
aspects of drug use and obuse. Special ottenhon will be focused on those geneiol 
mofivofions for drug use that attend life on the college campus. 
0101(09664) Pindoro.P MTuWThF 12:30pm-l:50pm (HHP1301) 
0201(09665) Grad.A MTulffliF 9:30am-l 0:50om (HHP 1 303) 

HiJHl40 Personal and Community Health 

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

Meaning ond significonce of physicol, mental ond social heoHh os related to the indf 
vidua! ond to society; important phases of notional health problems; constructive meth- 
ods of promohng health of the individual and the community. 
0101 (09675) Porter, A MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50om (HHP 1 303) 

0201(09676) Grav,S. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (HHP 1301) 

HITHISO First Aid and Emergency Medical 
Services 

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

lecture, demonstiohon ond naming in emergency core, including coniiopulmonory 
lesuscitotion, hemorrhoge contiol, shock, poisons ond bone injuiy tieotment ond child- 
birth. Amencon Red Cross ond Heort Assodahon of Morylond Certihcahon aworded. 
0101(09686) Milsfein,S. MTuWTh9:30om-l 0:50am (HHP 0302) 
0102(09687) Milstein,S. TuTh6:00pm-8:45pm (HHP 0302) 

0201 (09688) STAFF MTuWTh 1 1 :00am-1 2:20pm (HHP 0302) 

0202 (09689) STAFF MW 6:00pm^:45pm (HHP 0302) 

HLTH285 Controlling Stress and Tension 

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

Health problems related to stress ond tension. Anolysis of cousotive psychosocial stres- 
sors and intervening physiological mechonisms. Emphosis on prevention and conttol of 
stress through techniques such os biofeedbock, meditation ond neuromuscukir reloxotion 
0101(09699) Greenberg,!. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (HHP 1301) 
0201(09700) erowii,S. MTuWIhF ll:00am-12:20pm (HHP 1301) 

Sertion 0101 includes o sevice looming component, learning will be enhanced by stu- 
dents applying knowledge and skills learned in the class to people in need of the thb 
expertise. In turn, people in need will benefit hom this service. 



HITH289 Topical In\estigations 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instiurtion couise: contort deportment oi instructor to obftin sechon num- 
ber. Contort deportment to moke oitongements. 

HITH377 Human Sexualit)' 
(31 Grode Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

formerly HLTH 411 The biologicol ond devekjpmentol ospects of humon sexu*y; the 
psychological ond emotionol osperts of sexuol behoviot; sexuol ktenlity: the histokd, 
cultuml, sodol, linguishc, legol and moiol forces offechng sexual Issues; the i^lpo^ 
tonce of communicohon. disclosure and inhmocy in interpeisond relatioiiships; and 
reseoich trends in the oteo of humon sexuolity, 

0101(09711) Sawyer,R. MTuWThF 11 :00om-1 2:20pm (HHP 1312) 
0102 (09712) Greenbeig, I. MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20om (HHP 1303) 
0201(09713) Peterson, F IuTh5:45pm-9:15pm (HHP 1303) 
Section 0102 includes a sevice looming component, leaming will be enhanced hf stu- 
dents opplying knowledge ond skills loomed in the class to people in need of the this 
expertise In hjm, people in need will benefit hom this service. 

HLTH386 Experiential Learning {ttmh»ii 

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

Individuol Instiurtion couise: contort deportment oi instnjctoi to obtoin seflioti mrnbet 
Prerequisite: leaming froposal approved by ttie OIke of bcperienlvi leaimg 
Programs, faculty sponsor, and slvdenl's internship sponsor, 56 semeste hours. 
Contact department to make arrangements. 

HLTH3e9 Topical Investigations 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instiurtion course: contort deportment or iistnirtot Id obtoin section nonte. 

Contort deportment to moke oirangements. 

HUH39I Introduction to Community Health 
IPemlleql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: HIIH 140 and HLTH 230. Biood oveiview of community heolth. Heohh 
promotion, consumer heolth, public heolth, school heolth, environmentol heohh, pie- 
venhve medicine, humon biology and the heolth core system ore exomined. Eoch 
aiea's contribution to community heolth is discussed. 

0101(09725) Richmond, B- MTuWTh 12:30pm-2; 10pm (HHP 0307) 
HIJH420 Methods and Materials in Health 

Education (PemHeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisites: HLIH 105 or HUH 140 The purpose of this couise is to present the 
infeiielotionships of cumculum plonning, methodology ond the selection ond use a( 
teoching aids and matenols. Special problems ossodoted with heohh teething ore dis- 
cussed. Students become familial with a variety of lesouices os well os planning fet 
and presenhng demonstration lessons. 

0101(09735) Sowyer.R. MTuWThF 9;30om-ll:00om (HHP 0305) 
HLTH437 Consumer Behavior 

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

Prerequisites: PSK lOOiandSOCf 100. OedHmllbegmledtoiontiaKallhelakm- 
inj: CVff 4J7 or HIW «7. An application of the behovioid sdences to study of con- 
sumer behovKM. Cunent theories, models and empiiicol leseoidi findngs oie explored 
0101 (09745) Ko, M. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (HHP 0302) 

Hlffl450 Health of Children and \buth 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
A study of the health of five It) 1 8 yeoi oWs. PhysJcnl, mentii, sodd. md emoliond heoth 
Psydiosexuol devekipment, diet, exenise, reoection, ond the rales ot patents and teodieis. 
0101(09755) Spies,!. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (HHP 0305) 

HIIH455 Ph\ sical Fitness of the lndi%-idual 

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

Study of mojoi physicol fitness problems confionting the odult in modem sodely. 
Consideration given to the sdenlific oppraisnl, development ond moinenance of fitness 
at oil oge levels. Obesity, weight reduction, chronic hitigue, posture, ond spedal eieinse 
programs are expkiied. Open to persons outskie the physicol educotion ond heoWi hekk. 
0101 (09765) Yusko, K. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm (HHP 0303) 



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HLTH471 Women's Health 
13) erode Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Aisooffeferf OS WHSHIl. Cteilit will be gwnled hi only m of the U 
lowing: HLIM 4/1 oi WMST 4/1. fte women's heolth movement from ttie peispet- 
five of consumerism and feminism. The ptiysidorvpotient telo^onship in tfje gynecolog- 
i(ol ond otfier medicol settings. Ttie gynecologicol exom, gynecologicol problems, con- 
troception, olmtfion, ptegnoncy. breast ond cervrcol concer ond surgicol procedures, 
f^ologicol ospects of gynecologicol concerns. 
0101(09775) SpiesJ. MIuWThF n:OOom-12;20pm (HHP1303) 

0102 (09776) Simson, S. MW 5:30pm-9:00pm (HHP 0301) 
0201(09777) Ko.M. MluWIti 12:30pm-2:10pm (HHP 1301) 

H1JH476 Death Education 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Exominotion of Ibe genesis ond development of present doy deotb ottitudes and 
befiomr liy use of o multidisciplinary life cycle appioodi. 

0201 (09787) Richmond, B. MTuWIh 11 :00om-1 2:55pm (HHP 1302) 

HUH489 Field Laboralorv' Projects and 
NN'orkshop ihmlteq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instnjction course; contact deportment or instnictor to obtain section number 
Contort deportment to moke onnngements. 

HLTH688 Special Problems in Health 
Education 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instmction course: contort deportment or instnjrtor to obtoin section number 
Contort deportment to moke orrangements. 

HLTI1785 Internship in Health Education 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Freiequisites: (HUH 66S. ami HLJH 775, and HLTH /SO}; or perm/ssrori ol deport- 
ment The opplicofion of previously ocquiied slulls and knowledge to the plonning, con- 
dufl, ond evaluation of heolth education. Emphosis on educabon designed to affert 
ond use psychosoaol influences of bealtb behovioi Tbe setting of the internsbip will 
depend upon the student's bockground ond career gools. Contort department to make 
ormngements. 
0101(09801) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

HLTH799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contort deporhnent or instnjctor to obtoin section number 
Contort deportment to moke orrangements. 

HIIH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort deporhnent or instiurtor to obtoin section number 
Contort deporhnent to moke anongements. 



HONR Honors 



(Undergraduate Studies) 

HONR238B Honors Seminar: Images of 

Masculinity in Twentieth Century 
American Literature and Film 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 
CORE: Ijteroture (HI) 
0101(09864) 0'yiiyon,S. MW6:00pm-9;15pm(PlS111l) 

H0MR239K Honors Seminar: The Discovery of 

Personality in Literature 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
CORE: (iteroluie (HI) 
020 1 (09874) Howord, J. MW 6:30pm-9:45pm (PIS 1 1 1 1 ) 

H0HR248G Honors Seminar: Social and Group 
Violence in America 
(31 Grode Method: REG. 

CORE: Sociol or Polihcal Hstory (SH) 
0101(09884) Smeod,E. TuTh2:00pm-5:15pmttNA0120) 



H0NR268Z Honors Seminar: Faces in the 

Mirror: The Culture of the Mask 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 

0201(09894) PleydellS, 

Meets 07/21/98^)8/20/98 TuTh 5:1 5pm-9:00pm (JMZ 2207) 

HORT Hortuulture & 
Landscape Architecture 

(.•\GR1CULTL RE AND N.\TLR.AL RESOURCES) 

H0RTI60 Introduction to Landscape 
Architecture 

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

CORE: Humonihes (HO) History, theory, philosopby and current piortice of the profes- 
sion of londscnpe orchiteflurc. Exploies the mlerochve lelohonship between humons 
ond theii environment by exomining people's percephons of ond chonging othtude 
towards the landscape, os well os, an exominotion of how these ore related to ecolog- 
icol and cultural influences. 



0101 (09977) 



,M. 



MTumhF9:00am-1O:2Oam (PIS 1130) 



HORT399 Special Problems in Horticulture 

(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol Instnichon course: contort deporhnent or instnirtor to obtoin sertion number 



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H0RT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indhiiduol Insttuchon course: contort deporhnent or inshurtoi to obtoin sertion number 

HORT899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instnichon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number 



ITAL Italian 



(Arts and Hvmanities) 
riAllOl Elementar)' Italian I 

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

Ctedil will be gtottted lot only one oltbe lollowing: IJAl 101 oilttl 121 Inhodurtion 
to basic grammar and vocobulory; written ond orol work. 

0101(10042) Fieri, M. MTuWTh 9:00nm-1 1:1 5am (IMZ 1226) 

lTAt102 Elementary Italian II 

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

Pieiequiiite: UAL 101 or iieimission ol rfeporfmenl. Continuohon of shrdy of basic 
grammar; wnhen and oral work, with increased emphosis on spoken Itolion. 
0201(10052) FohioJ. MTuWTh 9:O0om-T 1:1 5am (JMZ 1224) 

ITAt471 Italian Cinema: A Cultural 
Approach (in Translation) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Oedil will be gionled hi only one ol tbe lollowing: IM4/! oilTtt 4/2. Fomiedy 
ITAL 475- The culhjre of Itoly through the medium of film hom the silent doys up to 
the present. In English. 

020' (10062) Folvo, I. MW6:00pm-9:20pm (JM7 1215) 

Taught in English 

IVSP Individual Studies 
Program 

(Undergraduate Studies) 

IVSP317 Progress Report 

(1) Grade Method: S-F 

Individual Inshurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtoi to obtain sertion number 
Freiequisite: odmission to IVSP mojoi A written onolysis of the program. Shidents reg- 
ister for IVSP 31 7 only once, the semester before the hnol term. 



IVSP318 Independent Learning Activities: 
Individual Studies (femiReii) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Inshurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor to obhiin sertion number 
KP mojors only. 

IVSP420 Senior Paper 

(3) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Inshurtion course: contort department or inshurtor to obtoin sechon num- 
ber Pieieguisiie: odmisnon to IVSP mojoi Pot IVSP tnajon only. Synthesizing finol 
poper or n finol speaol projert. 



JAPN Japanese 



(Arts and Humanities) 

JAPN101 Elementary Japanese I 

(6) Grode Method: REG/P-F 

Inhoduchon to bosic partems of contemporary spoken Japonese and to the two pho- 
nehc syllobnries (Kotokono ond Hiragono). 

0101(10167) Nakoo,M. MIuWDiF 9:30om-1 2:20pm (JM2 0208) 
JAPN102 Elementary Japanese II 

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

Pieiegoisite: liPH 101 or equivalent. Conhnued inhodurtion to the bosic spoken pat- 
terns of contemporory lopanese. 

0201(10177) Yomokito,E. MIuWThF 9:30om-l 2:20pm (JM2 2206) 

JAPN20I Intermediate Japanese I 

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

Pieieqaisite: lAPH 102 oi eguivoleni Fomedy IkPH 20S. Contemporory spoken ond 
written laponese. 
0101(10187) yoginumo,K. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 2:20pm (PES 1 1 64) 

JAPN202 Intermediate Japanese II 

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

Preiequisite: JAPH 201 or equivalent fomiedy liPH 206. Contemporory spoken ond 
wntten japonese. 
0201(10197) Anzai,S. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 2:20pm (jMZ 0202) 

JAPN301 Advanced Japanese I 

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

Pieiequsite: JiPH 202 ai equivalent fomedy lAPH 305. Advonced conveisohon, 
oral comprehension, ond selerted readings. 
0101(10207) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-1 2:20pm (JM2 01 20) 

JAPN302 Advanced Japanese II 

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

Pteieguisite: IhPH 30 1 oi equivalent fatmedy lAPH 306. Conhnued tendings in var- 
ied modern texts ond odvanced conversohon ond orol comprehension. 

0201(10217) STAFF MIuWThF 9:30am-1 2:20pm (JM2 1215) 



JOUR Journalism 



(JOURNALISIvl) 

J0UR100 Introduction to Mass 
Communication 

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

CORE: Behovioral ond Sociol Science (SB) Survey of the hinrtions and efforts of the 
moss medio in the United Shites. A consumer's inhodurtion to newspopers, television, 
radio, him, sound recording, books, mogozines, ond new medio technology 
Inhodurtion to public relohons, odvertising, and news onolysis. 
0101(10267) Borkin,S. Tulh 9:00om-l 2:00pm (jRN 1116) 

0201(10268) ferguson,M. TuTh 1 2:30pm-3:50pm (JRN 1 1 1 6) 

J0UR198 Survey Apprenticeship 

(1) Grode Method: S-F 

0101(10278) Fibich, L Time and room to be arranged 

Shidents must meet with Assistont Dean Greig Steworl in JRN 1 1 1 8 to gain permis- 
sion to enroll no loter than Fridoy, May 29, 1 998. 



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J0UII201 W'ritini; For Mass Media (Femfeq) 

(31 Gfode Method: REG. 

% a coequgn. XWI? 10/. Aasgusite: JO Mnfc per 'n^ 
ifm6gn}nmacmiielmf daiu6mi i l bf0xaeolS2atiighaailtieISY/[. 
Introdudion to news, feolue and puUaly «mting fn the printed and eJechonk medio, 
development of ne« concepts; Jobofotwy in news gotheting tools ond wnting skills. 
0101(10289) Crane, S. MluWIhf 9:00oni-10:40am (lliN3103) 

A fneumte typing test is teqwed prior lo the hist doss. Students must type o mini- 
muni of 30 wpm to remain enroled in the course. Must hove ot least 28 credits 
earned. Seek pemiission to enpl and lake typing test in 1 1 1 7 ItK. 

I0UR202 Editing For the Mass Media 

13) Grade Method: KEG. 
haequsilt:gniieolCalieminmil20IJttimincf>isoalf.i(ixM^ 
sUk oppkoUe to al moss media: copy edhiig, graphic principles and pnxesses, new 
medki technokigy. 

0101(10301) Stepp,C MTuWniF2:0Opm-3:40pm URN 3111) 

J0UR326 Supervised Internship - News 

Editorial tPemKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-FAUD. 

?im(iiata:agiak(il'C«betmt\mit20].10m202!miS0m320(mS 
feaieskn al defortment. for lOUD mqors on/y. Supervised internship experience 
with communaihoo professionals in newspapers, mogozines, photojoumorcni. 
Rekition of oadernc tioining to pnifessiond experience. 

0101 (10311) CaOohon, C Time ond room to be otranged Lab 
Students ns gon pemiission to regisler lor this course hon i\ssistiiit Dean (iieig Stewart 
in iRN 1 1 1 7 no later than Fiidoy, Ktoy 29, ms. Students nist spend mirsTun of 
1 35 hous spend over at leost ten week period at their ittemship site. Consequently, 
jodes Hi not be detaniied ifili ite the end of the fist sunmer session. 

I0UR334 Supervised Internship - Public 

Relations tPemteq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

FwreQuistes-^ o gmie d T oi betl& in JOUg 20}. lOUS 201 lOUH 330. and lOUf 
33 / and pemsson ol depalment. for JOUK mion only. Supervised internship expe- 
rience with comnumicahon professionals in public rekitnns. Rekition of ocodemic train- 
ing m professional experience. 

0101(10322) Pateison, 1. Time ond room to be arnnged Inb 
Smdenls ftiist gain pemission to register for ttis course fnim Assistam Deal Greig Slewwt 
h KS 1 1 17 no later Ihon Fiidoy, May 29, 1 998. Students must spend mmimuni of 
1 35 hours spreod over riwiriurii of 1 weeks ot Iheir internshv site. Consequently, 
grades wJ not be determined untJ ofter the end of the first summer session. 

I0UR344 Supervised Internship - 
Ad\ertising {femkq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/?-F/«UD. 



-.agfodedCabelterlnmnOl mit202, mit3iQ, andelthei 
0111 34) a im 342, and pemiBSion of (kpalmnt. for lOUK mo/ors only. 
Supervised internship experience with commuKohon professionals in odverttsing. 
Rekition of academic tioining to pnifessionil experience. 

0101(10333) Zanot, E. lime and room to be oronged Inb 

Stutenls must gain pennissKn to register from Assistont Dean Greig Stewort in IRN 
lUSnohleflhonFtidoy, Mny29, 1 998. Students must spend o minimum of 135 
hours spreod over o mininium of 1 weeks ot their internship site. Consequently, 
grades wl not be detemiined until ofter the end of the first summer session. 

J0UR3W Supervised Internship - Broadcast 
News (PemKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/?-F/«UD. 

l'reieqijisile5:a^olCa(bellaii]0Ult20l, lOUUOl and lOUH 360 and pet- 
mission ddefolment. Hecommended: lOUH 36 1 h Isknson mtems/iip. for SOW 
imfMS aif. Supenised intemsh^ experience with communicotion professionals in 
braodcosr news. Rekition of omdemic training to professkml experience. 

0101(10344) STAFF lime ond room to be oronged lob 

Students must gain pemiission to register for Ifiis course hora Assistont Dean Greig 
SlewaitnJRH 1118nokiterthonfnday,Moy 29, 1 998. Students must spend o 
minimum of 135 houts spreod over ten weeks ot their internship site. Consequently, 
gniles wl not be detemiied untj after the end of the first summer sesskm. 

J0UR398 Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individud Instnjchon course: contnd deportment or instnictor to obttin section number. 
ContDct deportment to moke ommgements. 

Consult in IRN 1 1 18 lot section and MARS code conesponding to faculty member. 



J0UR400 Law of Mass Communication 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Imia snnSng. Legol rights ond constraints ol moss medio; libel, pnvocy, copyright, 

monopoly, contempt, and other ospects ol the kiw opplied to moss communicotion. 

fmrns study ol the kiw not required. 
:3G1 (10393) Rush.T. MW4:OOpm-7:0Opm (JRN 1116) 

020; (10394) Rush, I. MW4:00pm-7:00pm ORN 1116) 

Graduate ond odvonced special shidents must register for section 0202. 

JOUR420 Go\ernment and Mass 
Communication 
(3) Grade Method: REG/?-F/AUD. 

Imia standing. Relotionship between news medio ond govemment; medio coverage 
of government ond politics: govemmentnl ond politicol informotion ond persuosion 
techniques. 
020; (10404) Ferguson, M. TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pni (IRN 1116) 

)0UR440 Readings in Journalism Literature 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

I^eiequisite: lOUH 320 oipeimissm of department. Anolysis of books by journalists 
highly regorded for wnting style ond/oi the content ol theii lepoifing with on empho- 
sis on undeistnnding the books in the context of notionol ond intemotionol offoiis. 

0101(10414) Poteison,). MW 4:0flpm-7:00pm (IRN U 1 6) 

Pteiequisites ore flexible in the summer. 

J0UR451 .Advertising and Society 
(3) Grade Method: Rre/P-F/AUD. 

lunoi standing. Advertising os on institution with manifest economic purposes ond 
kitent social effects. Influences of odvertising on people, and rekited issues of ethics 
and social responsibility. 

0101(10424) Zonot.E. MW l:00pm4:00pm (IRN 1116) 

J0UR477 Mass Communication Research 

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

I^ereqaisite: MAIH llOai equmlei\t, students aw encouraged to toe completed the 
rfieory onif tedtnigiie courses in itieir major sequence. Communicotion leseoich meth 
ods used in measuring public opinkin and evoluoting pubfK lelahons, advertising, ond 
moss medio programs ond moteriok. 
0101(10434) Newhogen,!. Tulh 12;00pm-3:00pm (IRN 3102) 

J0UR501 Fundamentals of Writing and 
Editing ll>ermlleql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

freteguisite: permission ol department. Writing ond editing techniques for joumolism 
reporting. Principles of news, feolure ond publicity wnting tor moss medio, os well os 
editing ond graphic concepts oppropriote for rewspopeis ond mogozines. Not opplico- 
ble loi deqree credit. 
0101(10444) Collohan,C. MTuWIbF 9:00am-l 0:40am URN 3102) 

J0UR5O2 Reporting for Graduate Students 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prsreguisite: lOUS SO / or permission of depoitmenl. Intensive training in bosic public 
offiiiis journalism hir graduate students with limited training or experience. Not opplic- 
oble for degree aedit. 
0201(10454) Fitich,L MTumhF9:00am-10:40om URN 3102) 

J0UR530 Public Relations Theory and 

Techniques for Graduate Students 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Pre- or coieqinslle: lOUS SOI. Theories relevant to the strategic monogemenf of pubfe 
retotwns and techniques used in programs to communlcotB with publics of orgonizotions. 
0101(10464) STAFF MW l:00pm^:00pm (JRN 3102) 

0201(10465) STAFF MW7:00pm-10.00pm (JRN 3102) 

J0UR600 Research Methods in Mass 
Communication 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prereguisite: permission of department Contact the Joumolism Graduote Office ot 
405-2380 for more inforaiorion. 
0101(10474) Newhogen, J. TuTh 4:0flpm-7:00pm URN 3102) 

J0UR60I Theories of Mass Communication 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Ptaeguisite: permission of deportment 
0101(10484) Boddn,S. TuTh l:00pm^:00pm (JRN 1116) 



JOUR620 Seminar in Public Affairs 

Reporting 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prereguisite: lOUH 320 
0101(10494) Stepp.C MW9:00am-12:00pni URN 1116! 

J0UR698 Special Problems in 
Communication 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contort depoitment oi instracfoi to obtoin section number 
Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 for sertion ond MARS code conesponding to foculty member. 

J0UR720 Seminar in Government and Mass 
Communication 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

02:M10545) Ferguson, M. TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm URN 1116) 

J0UR798 Masters Professional Fieldwork 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indivkluol Instnirtion couise contort deportment or insfnirtor to obtoin sertion number 
Consuh in JRN 11 1 8 for sechon and MARS code conesponding to foculty member 
J0UR799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

kiMud Instradion couise: contnd depntment or insHudn to obnii sedion nurtei 
Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 for section conesponding to faculty member. 

J0UR888 Doctoral Practicum in Mass 
Communication 
(3-9) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instraflion couise: contort deportment or instnirtoi to obtoin sertion number 
Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 loi sertion ond MARS code conesponding to foculty member 

J0UR889 Doctoral Tutorial in Mass 
Communication 
(3-9) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instraflion couise: contort deportment or instractor to obtoin sertion number. 
Consult in JRN 1 1 18 for sertion ond MARS code conesponding to foculty member. 

J0UR899 Doctoral Dissertation Research in 
Mass Communication 

(1-8) Grade Method: RE6/S-F 

Individuol Instnirtion couise: contort deportment oi instnjrtor to obtoin section number 
Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 to( sertion ond MARS code conesponding to hculty member 

JWST Jewish Studies 

(Arts and Hum.\nities) 

JWST234 Historv' of the Jewish People I 

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

CORE: Sodol or Politicol History (SH) DIVERSITY Also offered as HIST 282. Credit >a 
be granted for only one of the following: IWSJ 234 or HtSf 282. Politicol, economk, 
soool ond cultural development within Jewish hisloiy from the Biblicol period to the 
lote Middle Ages. Spedol ottenfion to the emeigence of Robbinic Judoism and its sub- 
sequent encountei with medievol Christion ond Islomic ovilizofions. 
0101(10804) Coopemion,B. MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm(KEY0117) 

JWSI419J Special Topics in Jewish Studies 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(10814) Holum, K. Time ond room to be ononged 

22' (10815) Holum, K. Time ond room to be ononged 

JWSI499W Independent Study in Jewish 
Studies 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(10825) Holum, K. Time and room to be ononged 

0201(10826) Holum, K. Time and room to be ononged 



COURSE LISTING 



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KNES Kinesiology 



(Health and Human Performance) 

KNES137N Physical Education Acti\1ties: 
Coed: Golf (Beginning) 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-f. 
0101(10876) Bixby.W. MTuWIh9:30om-10:50oiii (Glf 1102) 

:;C1 00877) Peterson, F. MTuWTh9:30orthl0:50om (GLf 1102) 

KNES154N Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Swimming (Beginning) 

(1) Grode Method: REG/P-F. 
Old (10887) Ijtton, C. MTuWIh 1 :00prrh2:20prTi (Arranged) 

0201 (10888) litton, C. MTuWTti 1 :00pitf2:20pm (Arronged) 

KNES155N Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Tennis (Begirming) 
(1 1 Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

0101 (10898) Vender Velden, L MTuWIh 8:00om-9:20om (COL 1 100) 

0102 (10899) Vonder Velden, L MluWlh 9:30am-10:50oni (COL 1 100) 

0103 (10900) Vonder Velden, L MTuWlh 1 1 :00nm-l 2:20pm (COl 1100) 
0201(10901) Peterson, F. MTutflh 11 :00nrrhl 2:20pm (COl 1100) 

KNESt550 Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Tennis (Intermediate) 

(1) Grode Method: REG/P-F. 

0101 (10911) Vonder Velden, L MIuWni8:00om-9:20om (COL 1100) 
0102(10912) Vonder Velden, L MIijm9:3Onm-I0:50om (COl 1100) 
0103 (10913) Vonder Velden, L MluVffli ll:00om-l 2:20pm (COl 1100) 
0201(10914) Peterson, F MTuVffli 11 :00nm-l 2:20pm (COl 1100) 

KNES157N Physical Education Activities: 

Coed: Weight Training (Beginning) 

(1) Grode Method: REG/P-F 

0101(10924) Cotinn, P MTuWTh8:00om-9:20om {HHP0103) 

0201(10925) Cotino,P MIijV«li8:00om-9:20om (HHP0103) 

KNES1570 Physical Education Activities: 
Coed: Weight Training 
(Intermediate) 
(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F 



0101 (10935) Cotinn, P 
0201(10936) Colino,P 



MTuVm8:00nm-9:20om(HHP0103) 
MIuWTIi8:00om-9:20om(HHP0103) 



KNES260 Science of Physical Activit)' and 
Cardiovascular Health 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F 

CORE: We Science (IS) Course detnils ( 1 ) the public heolth impononce of ond the 
processes underlying cnrdiovosculor dseose, (2) the nsk factors for cordiovnsculor dis- 
ease and the methods whereby they were identified, ond (3) the pnnciples of the sci- 
entific evidence supporting the use of ptiysicol octivity to prevent cotdiovnsculoi diseose 
0101(10946) Hogbetg,). MW l:00pm-4:20pm (HHP2132) 
:;'Ij1 (10947) Hogbetg,). MW l:00pm-4:20pm {HHP2132) 

KNES262 Philosophy of Sport 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonifies (HO) Hot open to sludenK */)o tiave (ompleled KMS 362. Oedit 
mil be gimted hi only one of the Mowing: 0fS 262 or mS 362. himedy HHIS 
362. Form ond content of the pfiilosophy of sport. The basis of knowledge in ond 
obout sport, the structure ond theories of the disciplme, the ontologicol ond morol 
implicnhons ond dilemmos involving sport, and the intetoctions between philosophy 
and the saentific and humanistic aspects of sport. 

.iul (10957) Swnnson,L Tulh l:00pnh4:20pm (HHP 1302) 

KNES287 Sport and American Society 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

former// PHID 28? Sport will be reloted to such sociol problems os delinquency, segre- 
gotion, collective behovior, and leisure; to social processes such as sociobotion, strolifi- 
cotion, mobility, and soaol control; and to those fomilioi sociol institutions, the family, 
the school, the church, the militoiy, the economy, the polity, ond the moss medio. 
0101 (10967) Vonder Velden, L luTh 4:30prrh7:50pm (HHP 0305) 

KNES289 Topical investigations IPmiKeql 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instnjction course: contact department or instructor to obtoin section number 



KNES293 Histon- of Sport in America 

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

CORE: Sociol or Politicol History (SH) Formeriy FHIO 293 The growth ond develop- 
ment of sport in America. The transformation of sport within the perspective of 
American history, including doss sport, professionolizotion, nmoteunsm, and intemo- 
tionol invohienrent. 
0101(10979) Struno,N. TuTh l:00pm^:20pm (HHP 2132) 

KNES300 Biomechanics of Human Motion 

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

Pieieqaisitey. 1001 20 1; and 2001 202. hmedy PHIO 300 The study of human 
movement ond the physicol and physiologicol pnnciples upon which it depends. Body 
mechanic, posture, motor efficiency, sports, the performance of o typicol individuol 
and the influence of giovifth ond development upon motor perfomionce, 

0101 (10989) STAFF MTuWThF 1 0:00om-1 1 :30om (HHP 1302) 

TuThl2:OOpm-2:OOpm (HHP 1302) Lob 

0102 (10990) STAFF MTuWThF 10:00am-H:30om (HHP 1302) 

MW12:00pm-2:00pm (HHP 1302) lob 

KNES340 Theory of Coaching Athletics 

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

Foimeriy PHCO 340. General theory and practice of cooching selected competitive 
sports found in secondory schools ond community lecreotion progroms. 

0101 (1 1000) Dnjm, 8. MW 7:00pm-9:10pm (HHP 0307) 
KNES350 The Psycholog)- of Sports 

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

former// PH(0 350. An explorotion of the personolity factors, including, but not limit- 
ed to motivotion, agression and emotion, os they offect sports porticipotion ond motor 
skill performance. 
0101(11010) lso-Ahola,S. MW4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 1302) 
0201(11011) Holfield,B. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 0302) 

KNES360 Physiolog)' of Exercise 

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

Frereguisites: ilOOl 201; and 1001 2021, oipermissm ol department FomeiFy 
FHEO 360. A study of hie physiology of exercise, including concepts of work, musculor 
contraction, energy transformotion, metobolism, oxygen debt, and nutiition and othlet- 
ic performonce. Emphasis on cordiovosculai and respiratory hjnction in relohon to phys- 
icol octhrity and troining. 

0201(11021) Brown, M. MWF9:30om-11:30om (HHP2132) 

TuTh 9:30om-11:30om (HHP 2132) lob 

0202(11022) Brown, M. MWF 9:30om-11:30om (HHP2132) 

TuTh 12:OOpm-2:OOpm (HHP 2132) lob 

KNES370 Motor Development 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Fotmeily FHiO 310. Motoi development aaos itie Me span The developmentol 
sequences of motor skills hom birth to old oge, neutomoturation of neuramusculor sys- 
tem; nnolysis of hie undertying mechanisms of motor skill developmenr, ond correlotes 
of motor development. 

0101(11032) Clork,J. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 2132) 

KNES389 Topical Investigations IPemKeql 
(1-3) Giade Method: REG. 

Individual Instiuction course: contact deportinent or instructor to obtoin section number 

KNES455 Scientific Bases of Athletic 
Conditioning 

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

Fieiegiiiiite: KHFS 360. Formeity PHIO 45S. An exominofion of physicol fitness/oth- 
letic conditioning programs stressing the practicol opplicotion of exercise physiology 
theory far enboncing ohiletic performonce. Cordiovosculor considerahons, stiength ond 
power development, nutnhon, speed, muscular endurance, environmental considera- 
tions and ergogenic aids. 
0201(11044) Hatfield,B. MW4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 2132) 

KNES49S Special Topics in Physical 
Education 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(11045) Ootk, J. Time ond room to be arranged 

0102 (1 1046) Phillips, S Time ond room to be arranged 
0103(11047) Struno, N, Time ond room to be arranged 
0104(11048) Wrenn, J, Time ond room to be arranged 
0201(11049) Clork, J. Time ond room to be arranged 
0202 (1 1050) Phillips, S. Time ond room to be arranged 



0203 (1 1051) Stium. N. Time ond room to be orranged 
0204(11052) Wtenri, J. Time ond room to be orronged 

KNES498K Special Topics in Physical 
Education: Child and Sport 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(11054) Brown, E. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm (HHP 1303) 

KNES689 Special Problems in Kinesiolog)' 

IPermReq} 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnjctot to obtain section ntimbet. 

KNES799 Master's Thesis Research IPemKeql 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 
Individool Instruction course: contoct department or instnjctoc to obtoin sechon number. 

KNES899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPemKeql 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction cou5e: contoct deportment or instnrctor to obtoin section number. 

LARC Landscape Architecture 

(Agriculture and Natural Resources) 

tARCl60 Introduction to Landscape 
.Architecture 

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

CORE: Humonmes (HO) Hisfor/, theory, philosophy ond current prochce of the profes- 
sion of londscope architecture, txplores the interachve relohonship between humans 
and their environment by exomining people's perceptions of ond changing othtude 
towards the landscape, os well os, an exominotion of how these ore reloted to ecolog- 
icol ond cuhural influences. 

0101 (11117) Hill, M. MTuWThF 9:00oro-l 0:20am (PIS 1 130) 

LARC240 Graphic Communications 

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

Prereguis'ttey IAPCI4I and IMC 160 for Miff mojois only, foimeily IMC 260. 
Exploration of graphic presentohon techniques far landscape orchitectural planning on) 
design documents. 
0101(11127) STAFF MW 8:30om-9:20am (PIS 1 1 62) 

MW9:30om-12:50pm (PIS 2152) lob 

lARa4l Electronic Studio 

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

Pieiequsite: LAK 240. for IMC majors only. Formerly IMC 26 1. An innovohve 
approoch to the integration of computer, photographic, video, oud'io ond other informa- 
tion technologies with the tradrhonal landscape architecture studio. 

0101(11137) Pihlok,M. MW 1:00()m-l:50pm (PIS 1162) 

MW2:00pm-5:30pm (PIS 2152) lob 



LATN Latin 



(Arts and Humanities) 
IATN120 Intensive Latin (?emKeql 

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

Prerequisite: permission ol department. Hal open loi aedil to stvdents mtit aedit hi 
l/lffl 102. Elements of lofin grammor ond vocabulary; elementary reoding. The first 
yeor's study of lotin compressed into o single semester. 
0101(11217) Sloley.M. MTuWIhF 9:0Oom-10:40am (MMH2407A) 

UTN220 Intermediate Intensive Latin (femKeq) 

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

Preregatsile: IMH 101 or lAFH 120, or eqimleat. Hot open to students witli atdit hi 
urn 204. Review of lotin grammor; reoding in prose ond poetry hom selected outhors. 

0201(11227) Mejer,J. MTuWThF 9:30om-11:10om (KEY 01 17) 

Students ate advised to pick up coutse infomiation before registering b the course. 

IATN499 Independent Study in Latin 

Language and Literature IPemKeql 

(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(11237) Hollett.J. Time ond room to be ommged 

0201(11238) Hollett,; Time ond room to be ononged 



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LATN699 Independent Studies in Latin 
Literature IPemKeq) 
(1-31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(11248) Hcllelt.J. Time ond room to be orranged 

0?0 1 (1 1 249) Hallett. I lime ond room to be arranged 

LBSC Library $<ien<e 

(Library and Information Services) 
LBSC641 Selection and Evaluation of 

Instructional Media IPemSeql 

(3) Grade Method; REG/AUD. 

Freie(iuisile: peimissm ol depaitmenl. Development of critetio ond procedures for 
selecting ond evoluoting medio lor instruction. Systemotic plonning for medio use. 
Exploiotion of piesent and evolving issues. 

0201(11299) Neumon,M. 

Meets 07/20/98-08/21/98 MIuW l:00pm-4:15pm (HBK 4115) 

IBSC650 Information Access IPemKeql 
(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Preiequisite: pemissm of ieponmenl. Informotion needs, information interviews, ques- 
tion nnnlysis, informotion resources, seorch sttotegy, query formulotion, source selection 

0101(11309) White, M, 

Meets 05/26/98-07/10/98 MTuTh 9;30oml l:30nm (HBK 0103) 

Required of oil MLS students. 

LBSC670 Information Structure (PsmKeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Fteieifmile: peimissim o/ deparlmenl. Knowledge nnalysis and repiesentofion; infor- 
motion presentation and assimilotion, bibliographic and record conttol. 

0101(11319) Green, R. 

Meets 06/01/98-07/16/98 Mlh l:00pm-3:45pm (HBK 0115) 

LBSO07 Field Study in Library Service 

IPermKeql 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prewquisiles: ISSC 600: ond LSSC 651; oni/ L8SC 671; an! aSSC690 or WSC 
6911 onrf permission olboth department ondmlructot Unpaid, supervised experh 
ence within library operations and/or the opportunity to perform o study to solve o 
specJic problem in o suitable library or other informohon agency. 
0201 (11329) Wilson, W. lime ond room to be arranged 

LBSO08B Special Topics in Library and 
Information Service: Current 
Problems in Preservation (PemSeql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0201(11339) Sinye,K, IuTh5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK0H5) 

IBSO08K Special Topics in Library and 
Information Service: Children's 
Programming and Services IPemReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201(11349) Fieeney.M. MW5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK0II5) 

IBSC708S Special Topics in Library and 

Information Service: Management 
of Electronic Records IPemHeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(11359) Miller, M. Mb 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK0103) 

LBSC708V Special Topics in Library and 

Information Service: Information 
Retrieval and Resource Discovery 
on the Internet IPemReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0201(11369) Soeigel.O. Turh9:30am-12:l5pm (HBK0I05) 

Class will meet one extra session IBA. 

LBSO08W Special Topics in Library and 
Information Service: Managing 
Cultural Institutions (PemReql 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0201(11379) Kurt7,M. MW5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK 4113) 



LBSC709 Independent Slud\ IPermteql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instiuction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

L8SC7J5 Library Services for Client Groups 

with Disallililics IPermSeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pisiequisite: peimiiiion ofdepoitmeol Cboracleristics, obililies, needs, and rights of 
childien and odults with sensory and other hondicopping conditions. Role of die infoi- 
mation specialist in providing physicol and intellectuol access to sendees ond resources 
for ond about diese client groups. 

0201(11391) Neuman,M, 

Meets 07/20/98-08/21/98 MTuW 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK 41 15) 

Closs will meet 9:30 om • 4:30 pm one doy, IBA, olso. 

IBSC736 Designing Information Products 
and SerN'ices IPermSeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: peimssm ol both department and imtructor. The process of inventing 
and designing informotion products ond services studied Ihraugh student projects. 
Identificotion of needs for information. Sources of support for new products ond ser- 
vices: economic, personnel, and marketing considerations; and strotegies for updating 
and mointoining informotion products ond services 

0101(11401) White, M. 

Meets 06/01/98-07/03/98 TuTh 12:45pm-4:OOpm (HBK 0103) 

Class will meet Sot., July 1 1, 9 om - 3:30 pm, olso, 

LBS037 Seminar in the Special Library and 
Information Center (Permhq) 
(31 Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisites: permission of depoitment, and LBSC 630 or permission of instructor 
Role of speciol librones and informotion centers in the infoimotion transfer process. 
Analysis of the infoimotion transfer system; information needs ond uses; monogemenl 
of speciol libranes ond informohon centers; ond types, such os govemmentol or indus- 
tnnl libranes, archives, ond informotion onolysis centers. 
0101(11411) Abels, E. TuWIh 10:0aom-l 2:30pm (HBK 01 15) 

LBSC741 Seminar in School Library Media 
Programs IPemReql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pterequisites: permission of department, and LBSC 643 or permission olinstwctor 
Development, monogement, and evoluation of school library medio progroms at all levels. 

0101(11421) Ucsener,! MW 5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK4115) 

Class will meet Sot., June 1 3, 9 am - 4 pm, olso. 

LBSC756 Literature and Research in Science 
and Technology- IPemKeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AIJD. 

Prerequisite: permission of deportment: and eiliiei IBSC 651 at permission of instruc- 
tor Scientihc and technical informohon, its generohon and use by scienhsts ond engi- 
neeis, and its flow through foimol and infoimnl chonnels Principal sources of scienhfic 
and technical informohon, and dieir choractenshcs, scope, ond utibohon, with empha- 
sis on motenols selection foi scienhfic and fechnicnl collections and the adophon of 
service strategies to fit different clienteles. 

0101(11431) Kaske.N. MW5:30pm-8:45pm (HBK 0)05) 

IBSC794 Principles of Software Evaluation 

IPermReql 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pierequisite: permission of department, and either fBSC 690 or LBSC 691 Humon foc- 
tois ond odier criterio for evolunhng software foi instructionol, library, and informohon 
applications. Systemohc procedures for evoluahng ond selecting appropriate pockoges. 

0201(11441) Soergel,D. TuTh 6:00pm-8:45pm (HBK 0105) 
Closs will meet one exito session TBA. 

LBSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(Perivfleql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contact depoitment or instructor to obtain sechon number. 



LING Linguistics 



(Arts and Humanities) 

LING200 Introductory Linguistics 

(3) Grode Method: m/ff/m. 

CORE: Behovioral and Sociol Science (SB) fiat open to students who have completed 
HHW 37] or tilSF 120 Woys of studying humon longuogc, basic concepts of mod- 
em linguishc analysis (sound systems, word formahon, syntox, meaning). The nnluie 
of human longuoge, the social aspects ol language, longunge chonge; diolects; writing 
systems, longuoge universols, etc. Basis for future work in linguishcs. 

0201(11502) STAFF MTuWIhf9:30om-10:50om (KEY 0123) 

IING240 Language and Mind 

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

CORE: Humonihes (HO) The study of longuoge os o cognitive phenomenon, Woys of 
lepiesenting people's knowledge of their native longuoge, ways in which rtiot knowl- 
edge is nttoined noturally by children, ond how it is used in speaking ond listening. 
Relevant philosophical liteiotuie Relorionship ro study of othei cognitive obililies: leo- 
soning, percephon, sensory-motor development. 

0101(11512) Thornton, R. MTuWThF 12:00pm-l:50pm (MMH0I08) 

LING499 Directed Studies in Linguistics 

IPerittReqj 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

UNG689 Independent Study 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
1 1 ( 1 1 524) Crain, S. Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(11525) Crain, S. Time ond room to be orranged 

L1NG698 Directed Study IPermKeql 

(31 Grade Method: REG. 
Individuol Instiuction course: contort deportment or instiuflor to obtoin section number 

IING798 Research Papers in Linguistics 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction couise contact department or instructor to obtoin sechon number. 

LING799 Master's Thesis Research iPetmHeql 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instiurtion couise: contort deportment or instrartor to obtain sedion number. 

LING889 Directed Research IPermKeql 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contort department or instrartor to obtoin sertion number 

L1NG895 Doctoral Research Paper IPermKeql 

(6) Grade Method: REG. 
0101(11543) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

0201(11544) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

UNG899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermKeql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instrudion course: contort deportment or instiurtor to obtain sertion number. 



JMAPL Applied Mathematics 

(CoiviPUTER, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

MAPL460 Computational Methods 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: la grade of C or better in MAIH 240 ond miH 24 ]): ond lOSSC 104 
01 CMSC 1 131 Also offered as CMSC 460. Credit will be gmnted for only one of the 
following: MAPI/CMSC 460 or MAPl/CMSC 466- Bosic compufohonol methods for 
interpolnrion, least squares, approximohon, numencol quadrature, numencol soluhon 
of polynomial ond transcendental equations, systems of lineoi equotions ond inihol 
value problems for ordinary ditferenhnl equotions. Emphosis on methods and theii 
computohonal properties rather than dieir onolyhc nsperts. Intended pnmnrily for stu- 
dents in die physical ond engineenng sciences. 

0101(11605) STAFF 

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WAPL698A Advanced Topics in Applied 
Mathematics 

(1-41 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instiuction couree: contort deportment or instiurtor to obtoin sedion number. 

MAP1799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indrviduol Inslnjrtion couise: contort deportment or instructor to obtoin section number 

MAPL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
11-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Ind'mduol Instruction course: contort deportment or instnjrtot to obtoin section number 



0101(11721) STAFF 
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MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 0306) 
MTuWThF 9:30nm-10:50om (MTH 0101) 
MTuWThF9:30om-10:50nm(MTHB0421) 



MATH Mathematics 



(Computer, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

MATHOOl Re\'ie\v of High School Algebra 

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

Secmimnded for sIvdenH who pfen to lake MH UOoi MiTH 002 but aw not cm- 
really ijixtkd (o (to so. Bis course doei ml cany credit lomnk any ilegree of Itie 
Uarveisty. Review of the o^ebmic skills hindomentol to ony turtber study of mothemotics. 
Exponents, polynomiols, lineor equotions in one ond two voriobies, quodrotic equotions. 
0102(11670) STAFF MluWThF 9:30om-10:50nm (MTH 13)1) 

0;'0; (11672) STAFF MluWThF 9:30om-10:50nm (MTH 0411) 

Students registering for MATH 001 who experience moth nnxiety or feel deficient 
in moth study skills should refer to SUMM 003, Building Moth Self<onhdence. 

MAIH001S Re^^e^v of High School Algebra 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Hecommeadecl lor sludenk who pha to lake MW 1 10 or MATH 002 but are not cufrent- 
V guoJf&d (0 (to so. /lo cour^ does not cony aedil lamrds ony degree at the Unrveisily- 

:i2;: (11683) staff 

Meets 08/10/98-08/21/98 MTuWThF 8:00om-3:30pm (M1H 0201) 

MATH002 Advanced Review of High School 
Algebra 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

feconrmeaded lot studenis who plan to lake but who ate nal cuneally ifuotified lor 
MH IIS. Prerecjuisile: MIHOOI or so/is/octory score on the malhemaha place- 
meat exam. Ibis course does not carry credit lowanis aay degree ot Ibe University. 
Keview ol high school algebra ai o lasier pace and at a more advanced level than 
MAJH 001 Exponents; polynomiols; lineni equotions in one ond two voriables; quodrot- 
ic equations; ond polynomiol, rotionol, exponential and logonthmic funchons. 
0101(11693) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00nm-9:20am (MTH 0307) 

0203(11695) STAFF MTuWThF 11:00am-12:20pm (MTH 1313) 

For those students experiencing moth onxiety or who feel dehcient in moth shidy 
skills, refer to the speciol progroms section, SUMM 003. 

MATH110 Elementary Mathematical Models 

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

Prereriursile: petmissian ol department based on satisfoctoty score on the mothemabcs 
placement exam, at MH 002. Not open to students mojonng in malbemalia, en5^ 
neenng, and Ibe physical sciences. Hot open to students who have completed MAJH 
140, 220, ot any MH or SW course lor wbrch MH 140 or 220 is a pterequisite 
Elcmentory introduction to models useful in the biologicol, monogement, ond sociol 
sciences. Motrices, systems of lineor equofions, and linear inequalities in two or three 
voriobles ore used to solve simple but representative prablems in linear piogromming, 
stochoshc processes, gome theory, ond the molhemohcs of mortgoges ond onnuihes. 
MATH 1 10 is not open to students in the Engineering ond Computer, Mothemoticol, 
ond Physicol Sciences Colleges. 
0102(11706) STAFF MTuWThF 9;30om-l 0:50am (MTH 0306) 

0103(11707) STAFF MTuWIhF Il:00am-I2;20pm (MTH0306) 

:;: (11709) staff MTuW1hF8:00om-920om(MIH0411) 

223(11710) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 80427) 

MATH111 Introduction to Probabililv 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemotics or Formal Reosoning (MS) Prerepaisile: permission ol deportment 
based on sohstoctory score on the malbematrcs placement exom, or MH 110, or 
MH ] li. Hot open ta snidenis majaring in malhematics, engineering or Ibe physi- 
cal sciences Hoi open to snidents who hove completed SW 100 or any MH or 
SW course with a prereguisile olMH 141 Credit will be gionled lot only one ol 
Ihe Mowing; MH III or SW 100. logic, Booleon olgebro, counting, probobility, 
rondom voriobles, expectohon opplicohons of the normol probobility distiibuhon. 



MATH113 College Algebra with Applications 

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

Frerequisite: permission ol deparlmenl based an sohsloctoiy score on Ihe matbemabcs 
placement exam, ar MH 002. Hot open la students who hove completed MH 
140 ot MH 220 or any course lor which MATH 140 or MATH 220 is a prereguisile 
Credit wilt be gianled for only one ol the lollawing: (MH 1 10 or MH 1 13), or 
(MATH 113 or MATH US). Graphs ond opplicohons of elementary hmrtions including: 
polynomial, robonol, exponential and logoridimic hinchons. Systems of linear equa- 
tions ond lineor inequolities used to solve lepresentohve problems in lineor program- 
ming. Matrices and mottix operabons including inverse. Sequences. 
0101(11736) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 1 308) 

0103(11737) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm (MTH 1308) 

0201 (1 1 740) STAFF MTuWIhF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 01 05) 
0203(11741) STAFF MTuWIhF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm (MTH 1308) 

MATH115 Precalculus 

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

Prereguisile: permission oT deparlmenl based on sohslaclary score on Ibe malbemalics 
placement exam or MH 002. Hal open to shjdents who hove completed MATH 140 
or any MATH or STAT course lot which MH 140 is a prerequisite. Preparahan lor 
MATH 220 or MH 140. Elementory hinrtions ond graphs: polynomials, robonol hinc- 
hons, exponenbol ond logonthmic hinctions, trigonometric hinchons. Algebraic tech 
niques preparatory for colculus. 
0101(11752) STAFF MIuWIbF 8:00am-9.20am (MTH 0106) 

0103(11753) STAFF MluWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (MTH 1313) 

0201(11756) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 0307) 

0202 (11757) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30Dm-10:50om (MTH 0307) 



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MATH140 Calculus I 

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

CORE: Mortiemobcs or Formol Reasoning (MS) Prereguisile: permission oldepaitmenl 
based on 3 1/2 years ol college prepaiatary mothemabcs (including higonometiy) 
and sohstoctory scote an the malhemaha placement exam ar MH I IS. Credit will 
be granted lor only one ol Ihe lollowing: MATH 140 or MH 220. Introduchon to coF 
cuius, including funrtions, limits, continuity, denvotives ond applications of Ihe detivo- 
tive, sketching of graphs of functions, definite and indefinite integrals, and calculation 
of area. The course is especiolly recommended for science ond mothemofics majors. 

0101(11768) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am (MTH 0101) 

0102(11769) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWThF 9:30om10:50om (MTH 0106) 

0103(11770) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 01 06) 

MATH141 Calculus II 

(41 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORf : Mothemabcs or Formal Reosoning (MS) Prerequisite: MH 140 or equivalent 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol Ihe lollowing: MH 141 oiMH22l. 
Confinuahon of MATH 1 40, including techniques ol integiohon, improper integrals, 
npplicotions of integration (such as volumes, work, ore length, moments), inverse 
hinctions, exponenhol ond logarithmic hinrtions, sequences and series 

0101(11781) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MIuWTbF 8:00am-9:20am (MTH 0103) 

0)02(11782) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0103) 

0103(11783) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWIhF 11:00om-12:20pm (MTH 0103) 

MATH210 Elements of Mathematics 
(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: one year ol college preparatory algebrn Sequired lor majors in elementary 
educabon, ond open only to shjdenis in this held Topics hom olgebio ond numbei theo- 
ry, designed to provide insight into anthmetic: inductive proof, the notural number sys- 
tem bosed on the Peono oxioms, mothemoticol systems, gioups, fields; the system of 
integeis; the system of rohonni numbeis; congruence, divrsibility; systems ol numeration. 

0101 (11794) SIAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWIhF 8:00om-9:20am (MTH 0104) 



MATH211 Elements of Geometry 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pietequisile: MH 210. Stiurture of mothemofics systems, olgebra of sets, geomehi- 
col stiurtures, logic, meosuremeni, congruence, similority, graphs in the plane, geome- 
try on die sphere. 

0101(11805) SIAFF 

Meets 06/01/98^)7/24/98 MTuWIhF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 1311) 

MATH220 Elementary Calculus I 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: MotbemohG or Formal Reosoning (MS) Prerequisite: permission ol deparhnent 
based on 3 1/2 years ol college pieporotoiy modiemabcs (including thganomeltyj 
and sahslaclory perlormance an Ibe mathemahcs placement exam, at MH 113, or 
MH I IS Hot open to swdenis mo/onnj in mothemabcs, engineering or Ihe pbysr- 
col sciences Credit will be granted lar only one ol Ibe lollowing: MH 140 or MH 
220. Basic ideos of differenfiol ond integral colculus, with emphasis on elementary 
techniques of differenfiofion ond opplicohons. 
0101(11816) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MIH 1313) 

0102(11817) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am (MTH 80421) 

0103(11818) STAFF MTuWIhF 11:00om-12:20pm (MTH B0421) 

0201(11820) STAFF MluWThF 8:00am-9:20om (MTH 0306) 

0202(11821) STAFF MluWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0306) 

0203(11822) STAFF MTuWThF 11:00am-12:20pm (MTH 0101) 

MATH221 Elementary Calculus II 

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

CORE: Mothemofics or Formol Reosoning (MS) Prerequisite: MH 220, or MH 
140, or equivalent. Hal open ta shidenls motoring in molhemohcs, engineering ar the 
physicol sciences. Credit will be granterl lar only one ol Ihe lollawing: MH 141 ot 
MH 221 Differenfiol and integral colculus, wilfi empfiasis on elementory tecfiniques 
of integrafion ond opplicofions. 
0102(11832) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0411) 

0103(11833) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:30pm (MTH 0411) 

0201(11834) SIAFF MTuWIhF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 80421) 

MATH240 Introduction to Linear Algebra 

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

CORE: Mortiemnfics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Prerequisite: MH 141 or equnalent 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol Ibe lollowing: MH 240 or MH 400 ot MH 
461. Bosic concepts of lineor olgebra: vertor spoces, opplicofions to line ond plane 
geometry, linear equofions and motrices, similar matrices, linear honsfomiafions, 
eigenvalues, deteiminonts ond quodiofic forms. 

0103(11845) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWThF 1 l:00om-l 2:20pm (MTH 0307) 

MATH241 Calculus III 

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

Prerequisites: MH 141 and any one ol Ibe lollawing: MATH 240 or IMS 102or 
PHIS 161 or PHYS 171. Inriodudion to mulfivorioble calculus, including vertors and 
vertor-volued hinrtions, porhol derivofives and opplicofions of porriol denvohves (such 
as tangent planes ond Logrange mulfipliers), mulfiple integrals, volume, sudoce oreo, 
and file clossicol fiieorems of Gieen, Stokes ond Gouss. 

0102(11856) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuWIhF 9:30om-1 0:50am (MTH 0201) 

MATH246 Differential Equations for 
Scientists and Engineers 

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

Preiequisile: MH 141 ar equivalent. An inbodurtion to die bosic mertiods of solving 
ordinary dJferenfiol equofions. Equofions of first ond second order, lineor differenfiol 
equofions, Loploce rionsforms, numencol methods, and file quolitofive theory of differ- 
enfiol equofions. 
0103(11867) SIAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-1 2:20pm (MIH 1311) 

0202(11869) SIAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0105) 

0203(11870) STAFF MTuWIhF 11:00om-12:20pm (MIH 0105) 

MATH401 .Applications of Linear Algebra 

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

Prerequisite: MH 240 or MATH 461 Vorious opplicohons of lineor olgebra: theory of 
finite gomes, linear programming, motrix mefiiods as applied to finite Markov chains, 
random walk, incidence matrices, graphs ond direrted graphs, networks, transportafion 
problems 
0103(11880) SIAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-1 2:20pm (MIH 0101) 



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MATH406 Introduction to Number Theory 

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

Prerequisite: MATH /4 / of perntission of deporlmeirt Integers, divisibilily, prime num- 
ber, unique foclorizalion, congnjentes, quodrotit recipcodty, Diophonline equotions 
ond otittimetic functions. 

0203(11890) STAFF MTuWIhF ll:00oni-12:20pm (M1H0411) 

MAIH410 Advanced Calculus 1 (Fermteql 

(3) Grade Method; REC/PF/AUD. 
frereqmies: MAIH 240 and MH24I mth a grade al C or belter Hot open to slu- 
(fen/5 who kve completed MiW?SO first semester ot a year course. Subjects cov- 
ered dunng ttie year ote: sequences and senes of numbers, connnuity and difterentio- 
biFity of reol valued functions of one vonoble, the Riemon integrol, sequences of func- 
tions, ond power senes. Functions ol severol vonobles including portiol denvotives, 
multiple integrals, line ond surface integrals. The implicit function Ibeotem. Weets for 
eight weeks, four doys per week. 

0102(11900) STAFF 

Meets 06/01 /9M7/24/98 MTuThF 9:30am-l 0:50om (MTH 1 308) 

MATH411 Advanced Calculus 11 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqaisite: MAn4WHolopeiilo students */io have completed HUSH 250 and 
miH2il. ContinuahonofmiH4W. 

0102(11910) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/98-07/24/98 MTuThf 9:30om-10:50om (MTH 0107) 

MAIH461 Linear .\lgebra for Scientists and 
Engineers 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

hereciuisites: M/JHI41 and one MH/SW couise lor whrch MffHMI isa prerequi- 
site- Ihis course cannot be used toward the upper level math requirements for 
/Ulh/SW rr^ois. Oed'rt will be qmnted lor only one ol the hllowing: M/JH 240, 
M/JH 400 or MATH 461 Basic concepts of lineor algebra The course is similor to MATH 
240, but with more extensive coverage of ibe topic needed in applied lineor olgebra: 
change of bosis, complex eigenvalues, diagonolizotion, the Jordan cononicol fotm. 
0102(11920) STAFF MTuWThF9:30am-10-50om (MTH B0423) 

0201(11922) STAFF MTumhf8;00om-9:20om (MTH 0106) 

MATH462 Partial Differential Equations for 
Scientists and Engineers 

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

Prerequisites: MMH24 /, and MH 246 Credit will be granted lor only one ol the 
following: MH 462 or ttAJH 415. Uneor spaces and operators, orthogonality, 
Slumrtiouville problems ond eigenfundion exponsions for ordinary differential equo- 
tions, introduction to partial differential equations, including the heot equation, wave 
equotion and Laploce's equotion, boundoiy vnlue problems, initial volue problems, and 
inifiotboundary value problems. 
0101 (1 1933) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om (MTH 0105) 

MATH463 Complex Variables for Scientists 
and Engineers 
(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MAIH 241 ot equivaleni The olgebra of complex numbers, nnolytic hjnc- 
tions, mopping properties of the elementory functions. Cauchy integral formulo. Theory 
of residues and opplicotion to evoluohon of integrals. Confomiol mopping. 

0203(11943) STAFF MTuWThF ll:OOom-12:20pm (MTH 1311) 

MATH498A Selected Topics in Mathematics 

(1-9) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction couise; contact deportment or instructor to obtoin section number. 

MATH648A Selected Topics in Analysis 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(11956) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(11957) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

MATH648A Selected Topics in Complex 
Analvsis 
(1-31 Grade Methoil; REG/AUD. 

0101(11967) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0201(11968) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

MATH718A Selected Topics in Mathematical 
Logic 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(11978) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(11979) STAFF lime and room to be orranged 



MATH748A Selected Topics in Geometry' and 
Topology 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(11989) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

0?ni (11990) SIAFF Time and room to be arranged 

MATH799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course; contort deportment or instructor to obtain sertion number. 

MATH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course contact deportment or instructor to obtoin sechon number, 

MEES Marine-Estuarine- 
Environmental Sciences 



(Life Sciences) 

MEES608E Seminar in Marine-Estuarine- 

Environmental Sciences: Theories 
of ScienceA'alues in Science I 

(1) Grade Method: REG. 

0101(12053) Tenore,K. W 8;30om-l 0:00am (Arranged) 

Corequisite; MEES 608F. 

MEES608F Seminar in Marine-Estuarine- 

En\'ironmental Sciences: Theories 
of Science/Values in Science II 

(I) Grade Method: REG. 

0201(12063) Tenore, K. W8;30am-10;00om (Arranged) 

Corequisite; MEES 608E. 

MEES699 Special Problems in Marine- 

Estuarine-En\'ironmental Sciences 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Inslnjrtion course; contort department or instrurtor to obtain section number. 

MEES799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indmduol Inslrartion course: contort deportment or instnjrtor to obtoin sertion number. 

MEES899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
0-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indwiduol Insfraction course contort deportment or instructor to obtoin sertion number. 



METO Meteorology 



(CoiitPUTER, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

MET0499 Special Problems in Atmospheric 
Science 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instruction cou5e; contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain sertion number. 

MET0798 Directed Graduate Research 
(1-3) Grode Method: S-F. 

0101(12130) Hudson, R. lime ond room to be orronged 
0201(12131) Hudson,R. Time ond room to be ononged 

MEI0899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: S-F. 

0101(12141) Hudson, R. Time ond room to be arranged 
0201(12142) Hudson, (i. Time and room to be orronged 



MICB Microbiology 



(Life Sciences) 

The following courses may involve Ibe use of onimols Students who ore concemed 
about the use of ammols in leoching have the responsibility to contort Ihe instmrtor, 
poor to course enrollment, to detemiine whether onimols ore to be used in the course, 
whether doss exercises involving onimols ore optional or required ond what alterna- 
tives, if any, are ovoiloble. 



MICB200 General Microbiology 
(41 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE life Science lab (LL) Prerequisite: BlOi 105 Credit will be granted for only one 
ot the following: MICB WO or MICB 200 Fundamental concepts in morphology phys- 
iology, genehcs, immunology, ecology, and polbogenic microbiology Applications of 
microbiology to medicine, the food industry ond biotechnology 
0101(12192) Joseph, S MTuW1hF8;00onv9;00om(M31207) 

MTuWThF 9;00onfll;00om (MCB 1201) lnh 
0102(12193) Joseph, S MTuWniF8;00am-9;0Oom (MCB 1207) 

MTuWIhF 9;00oml LOOom (MCB 1205) Uib 
0103(12194) Joseph, S. M1uW1hF8;00ont9;00om (MCB 1207) 

MTuWlbF 9;00om-l 1 ;00om (MCB 1206) Uib 

MICB379 Honors Research 

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

Indnidual Instnjrtion course; contort department ot instractor to obtoin sertion number. 

MICB388 Special Topics in Microbiolog)' 

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

Indh/idual Instruction course; contort deportment or instrurtor to obtorn sechon number. 

MICB388R Special Tojiics in Microbiology 

(1-4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(12208) Smith, A. 

Meets 06/01/9807/10/98 lime and room to be arranged 

MICB399 Microbiological Problems 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual Instraction course; contort deportment or instractor to obtoin sertion number. 

MICB688 Special Topics 

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

Individual Instraction course; contort deportment ot instrurtor to obtain sertion number. 

MICB799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instraction course; contort deportment or instractor to obtain section number. 

MICB899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method; REG. 

IndMduol Instrartion course; contort deportment or insfraflor to obtain sertion number. 

MOCB Molecular and Cell 
Biology 

(Life Sciences) 
M0CB699 Laboratory Rotation 
(2-3) Grade Method: S-F. 

Individuol Instrartion course; contort deportment or instractor to obtoin sertion number. 

M0CB899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: S-F. 

Indhridual Instrartion course; contort deportment ot inslrartor to obtoin section number. 

MUEP Music Education 

(Arts and Humanities) 
MUED499A Workshops, Clinics, Institutes: The 
Conductor's Art 

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

0101(12327) loylor.S, 

Meets 06/22/98-07/1 0/98 MTuWThF 9;00om-1 2;00pm (TWS 1 1 02) 
Time and room to be ononged Dis 

MUED698A Current Trends in Music 

Education: The Conductor's Art 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12337) Taylor, S. 

Meets 06/22/98-07/1 0/98 MTuWThF 9:00om-1 2:00pm (TOS 1 1 02) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 



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MUSC School of Music 

iArts and Humanities) 

MUSC106 Beginning Classical Guitar Class 

(21 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

IniToducTion to dosskol guitor notoTion, tectinique, liTefoture ond performonce. No pre- 
vious muskol experience requiied, 

0101(12387) Covollora.G. MTuWTti 12:00pm-l;40pm nWS2138) 

Contott instiudm foe oppiopriote section. 

MUSC130 Sune\ of Music Literature 
(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Iheory of Arts (HA) Open to oil studenK except ittusk ond mm 
ediKOtm mo/OB- A stuify of itie principles upon whidi music is bosed, ond on intio- 
dudion to the musical repertory performed in Americo todoy. 

0101(12397) Beicken.S. MTuWni9:00on)-10:40om(IWS2123) 
MUSC140 Music Fundamentals I 

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

CORE; Hstory or Theory of Arts (HA) Jmited to noMiiusic moiors. inttoductory theory 
course. Nototion, scoles, intervols, tnods, rhythm, fomi, ond liosic ourol sicills, 
0101(12407) STAFF MTuWTh n:00om-12:40pni (TWS2102) 

0102 (12408) STAFF MTuWTh 1 :00pm-2:40pm (TWS 2135) 

02C (12409) STAFF MTuWTh H:00am-12:40pm (WS 2102) 

0202 (12410) STAFF WIuWTh l:00pm-2:40pm (TWS 2135) 

MUSC155 Fundamentals for the Classroom 
Teacher 

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

Opeti to studenK mo/onnj m pre«irfy diiUhood education, pietlementaty ediicotion, 
elementoiy edixatioti, or childkood edocoDon, othei students toke MUSC ISO Credit 
wX be granted hi only one ol Itie lollowing: MUSC ISO oi MUSC ISS he hrndo- 
menUjIs of music theory ond ptochce. reloted to the needs of the dnssroom ond 
kjndergorten teocher, ond orgonized in occordonce with the six-oreo concept of musicol 
leoming. 

0101(12420) Toylor.S. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (TWS 3238) 

MUSQIO The Impact of Music on Life 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSfFY Music as o part of culture. Motenols 
drmn hom traditions throughout the gbbe to illusttote issues of historical and contempo- 
rory significonce, induding the import of roce, doss and gender on the study of music. 
0101(12430) STAFF MIuWThf 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (TWS 2123) 

0102(12431) STAFF MTuWThf 12:30pm-l :50pm (IWS 2123) 

0201(12432) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00Gm-l 2:20pm (TWS 2123) 

0202(12433) STAFF MTuWThf 12:30pm-l:50pm (TWS 2123) 

MUSC248 Selected Topics in Music: World 
Popular Musics & Gender 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUO. 
0101(12443) SlAff MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (TWS 0147) 

:;C(12444; STAFF MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (TWS 0138) 

MUSa88 Music Internship (PermKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individool Inslruclion toune: conhict deportment or instnictot to obtoin secfion number, 

MUSC389 Music Internship Analysis iPemHeqj 

(1) Grode Method: REG. 

Inrfrviduol Insttuchon course: conloct deportment of insliuctor to obtain section number 

MUSC448 Selected Topics in Music (PemKeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instruction course; contort deportment or instrurtor to obtain section number, 

MUSC44BA Selected Topics in Music: 
Jazz Improvisation 

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

0101(12460) Vodoio.C. 

Meets 06/1 5/9806/1 9/98 MTuWThF 9:00am-l 2:00pm (Arranged) 

MUSC448C Selected Topics in Music: Flute 
Masterclass 1998 

(2) Gfode Method: REG/AUD 

0101(12470) Montgomery, W 

Mees07/ll/9M7/19/9e MlWIhFSoSulOaiam-lOilOpm (TWS 1125) 



MUSC499 Independent Studies Ifermgeql 

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

Individual Insttuchon course: contort deportment or insttudor to obtain section number. 

MUSC608 Chamber Music Repertory 
11-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(12482) Trover, R Time ond room to be onanged 

02C1 (1 2483) Trover, R Time ond room to be arranged 

MUSC699 Selected Topics in Music 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Insttuchon course: contort deportment or instiurtor to obtoin seflion number 

MUSC699C Selected Topics in Music: Flute 
Masterclass 1997 

(2) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(12495) Montgomery, W 

Meels07/11/98fl7/19/98 MTuWlhfSoSu 10:00am-1O00pm (TWS 1125) 

MUSa99 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-61 Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instnjrtion couise: contort deportment or instnirtor to obhiin sechon number 

MUSC800U .Ad^•anced Seminar in Music 
Pedagog)' 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pterequisites: MUSC 400 or eqvivolent, doctotol standing and permission ol instwctot 
0101 (1 2507) Trover, P. Frme and room to be otranged 

0201(12508) Trover, P. Time and room to be oironged 

MUSC801U Advanced Seminar in Music 
Pedagog)' 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisites: MUSC 400 or equivalent, doctoral slonding ond pennission of iasttuctoi. 
0101(12518) Trover, P Time and room to be orrnnged 

0201(12519) Trover, R Time ond room to be arranged 

MUSC830U Doctoral Seminar in Music 
Literature 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: at least tnehe hoars in music histoiy and literotuie 
0101(12529) Trover, P Time and room to be orronged 

0201(12530) Trover, P Time and room to be orronged 

MUSC831U Doctoral Seminar in Music 
Literature 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: MUSC 830 at peimissm ol instructor 
0101(12540) Trover, R Time and room to be onanged 

0201(12541) Trover, R Time ond loom to be arranged 

MUSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrurtion course; contort deportment or instiurtor to obtain sertion numbei. 

NFSC Nutrition and Food 
Science 

(Agriculture and Natural Resoiirces) 
The following courses may involve the use of onimols. Students who ate concemed 
obout the use of onimols in teoching hove the lesponsibility to contort the instructor, 
prior to course enrollment, to determine whether onimols oie to be used in the couise, 
whether doss exercises involving onimols oie optional oi lequiied ond whot oltemo- 
lives, if ony, ate ovoiloble. 

NFSCIOO Elements of Nutrition 

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

CORE; Ue Science (IS) formerly HUJS 100 Fundomenlols ol kuman nutrition. 
Nutrient requirements leloled to changing individuol and fomily needs. 

0101(12602) STAFF MWF 9:30om-l 0:50am (MMH 1400) 

TuTh9:30om-10;50om(MMH3418)Dis 

0102(12603) STAFF MWF 9;30om-10:50om (MMH 1400) 

MW11;00om-12;20pm (MMH 3418) Dis 

0201(12604) STAFF MWF 9:30am-10;50am (MMH 1400) 

Tu1h9:3Dom-10:50om (MMH 0108) Dis 



0202(12605) STAFF MWF 9:30om-l 0:50am (MMH 1400) 

MWll:00am-12:20pm (MMH 3418) Dis 

NFSC315 Nutrition During the Lifecycle 

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

Pieiequisite- HfSC 100 or HfSC 200 formerly WTP 31 S A shjdy of how develop- 
ment thraughout life, induding pienotol development, piegnoncy, loctnfion, odoles- 
cence ond oging, oltei nutrient requirements: students will apply this bowledge to the 
dierary needs ond food choices of these different graups. 
0201(12615) STAFF MWF 9:30om-l 1:40am URN 1104) 

NFSC399 Special Problems in Food Science 

IPermfeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number 

NFSC468 Practicum in Nutrition 

(1-6) Grade Method: S-E 
0101(12627) Curtis, S. Time ond room to be anonged 

0201 (1 2628) Curtis, S. Time and room to be orranged 

NFSC490 Special Problems in Nutrition 

IPermPeql 

(2-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pierequisites: HfSC 440 ond permission at department, fomedy HUIP 490. 
Individual selerted problems in the oieo of human nutrition. 
0101(12638) STAFF Time ond loom to be onanged 

0201(12639) STAFF Time ond loom to be onanged 

NESC678A Selected Topics in Nutrition (PemReq) 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(12649) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (12650) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

NFSC699 Problems in Nutrition and Food 

Science (Permfeql 
(1-4) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor to obhiin seflion numbei. 

HFS099 Masters Thesis Research (PermPeq) 
(1-61 Grade Method: REG/S-F 

Individuol Instturtion couise; contort deportment oi instiurtor ra obtain section numbei. 

NFSC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPermKeql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F 

Individual Inslmrtion course; contort deportment or mstniflor ra obrain sertion number. 

NiUWT Natural Resources 
Management 

(.AuRlCl LIL RE AND NATURAL RESOURCES) 

NRMT389 Internship (PermKeq) 
(3) Grade Method: S-E 
0101(12715) Kongas,R Time and room to be anonged 
NRMT487 Conservation of Natural Resources I 

(31 Grade Method: REG/P-E 

formeriy MED 487 designed primoiily lot teachers. Shtdy of stote's nohiral 
resources; soil, woter, hsberies, wildlJe, forests ond minerals; natural resources prab- 
lems ond practices Extensive field sriidy. Concentration on subjefl motter Token con- 
curienlfy with NRMT 497 in summer season. Over summer, shtdents ore required to 
register for NRMT 497 (0101 ) also, A 550 tronsportahon fee for field trips will be 
assessed, 

0101(12725) Messersmilh, 0, 

Meets 06/22/98-07/1 0/98 MIuWThF 9;00om-l 2;00pm (MCB 1 207) 

NRMT489 Field Experience IPermKeql 
(1-4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD, 
0101(12735) Kongos, P Time ond room ra be orranged 

0201 (1 2736) Kongas, R Time ond raom ra be orranged 



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NRMT497 Ci)nscn ation of Natural Resources II 

131 Grode Helhod: REG/P-F. 

hmerlyUlO 497 Oengned pnmaitly hi Imhm Study ot sWe's nafurol 
resources: soil, woter, tisheiies, wildlife, forests ond minerols; noturol resources prob- 
lems ond practices Extensive field study. Metfiods of teactiing consecvotion included. 
Token concurrently with NRMI 487 in summer season Over summer, students ore 
required to register for NRMI 487 (0101) olso. A S50 Ironsportotion fee for field 
flips will be ossessed. 

0101 (f2746) Messersmitfi, D. 

Meets 06/22/98-07/10/98 MIuWrhF l:00pnM:00pm (MCB 1207) 



PBIO Plant Biology 



(.Life Sciences) 

PBIOIOO Plant Biolog)' for Non-Science 
Students 

(3) Giade Melliod: REG/P-F/AUD. 

ippioved com OistiibutKe Swdies Life Science loboialoiy Course only when taken 
coKuimdy mf/i fSIO /O/. For nofrscience mojors only. Not open to students who 
fiove completed BIOL 105 Formerly 80TN 104 A bosic course in plant biology specif- 
icolly designed for the non-science student [mpltosis is ploced on on evolutionary ond 
etological opprooch to shidying fundomentol concepts and processes of plonts, their 
place in the biospliere, the importonce of plonts to mon, ond the monnet in which 
humons impoct on plonts ond their environment This course will not count toword 
groduotion requirements for ony student in the College of Life Sciences oi the College 
of Agriculture. 
0101(12796) Koines, P MIuWIhF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (HIP 2242) 

PBIOIOI Laboratory in Plant Biology 

(1) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pie- 01 coieqmite: PSIO 100 hi nornaence mo/ofs only, fomeiiy BOTH 105- 
Loboratory investigotions for the non^cience shident into the processes ond hjnchons 
of plants, rtieir evolution, odoptotions ond ecological roles This course will not count 
toword groduotion lequiiemenis for ony shident in the College of Life Sciences or the 
College of Agriculhjre. 

0101(12806) Koines,P IuTh8:00am-ll:00om (HJP1125) Lob 

PBI0235 Environmental Science 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science (LS) Foimeily SOIH 211 Basic ecologicol principles as they relate 
to the ecological dilemmos of ovecpopulohon, polluhon, increosing consumption of not- 
urol resources, ond deteriorohng land use ethics facing mankind today 

0101(12816) toes,P MTuWThf 9:00nm-10:20am (HJP2242) 

PBI0399 Research Problems in Plant Biolog)' 

(PermReqj 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol Instnjction cou5e: contoct deporhnent or instructor to obtoin section number 

PBI0699 Special Problems in Plant Biology 

IPermReql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to obtoin seflion number 

PBI0799 Master's Thesis Research (PemReq) 

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

Individuol Instruchon course: conhict deporhnent or instruchii to obtain sethon number 

PBI0899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPeimSeq) 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/SF 
Individual Inshuchon course: contort deporhnent or instnjrtoi to obtoin serton number. 



PHIL Philosophy 



(Arts .and Him.anities) 
PHILIOO Introduction to Philosophy 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) An intiodurtion to the literature, problems, and methods of phi- 
losophy either through o study of some of the mom hgures in philosophic thought or 
through on examinotion of some of the central and recurnng problems of philosophy 
0201(12883) OdellS. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm (SKN 1112) 



PHI1105 God and Cosmos 

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

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Hot open to students vv/io have (omtkted PHII 236 Uterohjre, 
problems, ond methods of philosophy through o study of problems obout God, self, ond 
cosmos, ond the relations among them. Emphasis on Western philosophy 

0101 (1 2893) Stoirs, A. MluWIh 1 2:30pm-2:10pm (SKN 1112) 

PHI1140 Contemporar\' Moral Issues 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: humonihes (HO) The uses of philosophicol onalysis in thinking cleorly obout 
such widely deboted moral issues os oborfion, eudionosio, homosexuolity, pomogro- 
phy, reverse discriminohon, the death penalty, business ethics, sexual equolity, and 
economic jushce. 
0101(12903) Shiirs,A. MTuWTh 10:00om-ll:40om (SKN 1112) 

0201(12904) OdellS. MTumhF ll:00am-l 2:20pm (SKN 1112) 

PHIL170 Introduction to Logic 

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

CORE: Mothemohcs or Formol Reasoning (MS) Development of onolyhcol reasoning 
skills through shidy of formal logics, reosoning systems, ond follooous inference pottems 
0101(12914) Julien.A. MTuWTh 1 2:00pm-l :20pm (SKN 1 1 1 61 

PHIL250 Philosophy of Science I 

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

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Mom issues in the philosophy of science. Special ottention to 
the woys scienhhc developments hove influenced the philosophy of science ond how 
philosophy of science hos influenced scientihc progress. Cose studies of selerted histori- 
col episodes in which science and philosophy hove interorted signdcantly, focusing on 
the physical, biological, or sociol sciences. 

0101 (12924) Koshier, R. MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm (SKN 1115) 
PHIL308K Studies in Contemporar)' 

Philosophy: Science and Psuedo- 

Science 

(3) Grade Metfiod: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(12934) Gnffey, J. MTuWTh 11 :00am-12:40pm (SKN 1115) 

This doss will exomine the dishnflion between science and so<olled 'psuedoscience' 
by closely analyzing epislemic and methodological ddferences between the two Some 
topics to be discussed: oshology, dowsing, UFO sightings, chonneling, psychokinesis, 
creohonism, homeopothy and psychic hotlines. Whot mokes up 'good' science? 
Should science be os highly regarded as it is? 

PHIL308T Studies in Contemporar)' 

Philosophy: Philosophy of Star Trek 

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

0101(12944) Skipper,R, MTuWTh 3:00pm-5:15pm (SKN 1112) 
Is there life offer The Physics of Stor Trek?" Cerhiinly there is; rtiere's "The 
Metaphysics of Stor Trek' Is orhhciol We olive? Is lodzio Dox idenhcol to Curzon 
Dox? Con time hoveler chonge history? What hoppened to Lt. Williom T Riker 
when he split? Whot wos Dr McCoy so otroid of when he beomed from ploce to 
ploce? This summer, sign up for The Philosphy of Smr Trek and explore enduring 
issues m meWphysics through "Star Trek", from the original senes to "Voyoger' to the 
mofion pirtures. In oddihon to crihcolly exominmg Richord Honley's new book, "The 
Metaphysics of Stor Trek', we'll spend some time viewing vonous episodes and feo- 
hjre frlms as well os exominmg pnmory philosophical souices on die metophysicol 
issues thot arise. 

PHIL328A Studies in the History of 

Philosophy: Asian Philosophy 

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

0201(12954) Tnvedi, S. MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm (SKN 1 1 1 2) 

This doss will focus on Indion, Chinese ond Jopnnese philosophy ond cnticol^ examine 
the epistemology, metaphysics, ethic ond philosophy of religion of schools of thought 
such OS Buddhism, Hinduism, Confricionism, Taoism, Zen ond Shintoism, ond possibly 
also Gondhion thought. Apoil from being a dmrsity course of interest to those inter- 
ested generally in philosophy ond religion ond eastern culhiie ond thought. 

PHIL342 Moral Problems in Medicine 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: PHIL 100, PHIL 140 ot peimisston of deportment. A cnhcol exominohon 
of the moral dimensions of decisioninoking in heolth reloted contexts. Reodings ore 
drawn from philosophicol, medical, orid other sources. 

0201(12964) Arrowood, D- TuTh7:0Opm-10:OOpm (SKN 1112) 
Readings from philosophicol, legal, and medicol sources will provide on opportunity frir 
the doss to debate ethical issues such os oborhon, birth conhol, eugenics, euthonosio, 
the allocohon of scorce medical resources, oddirtion, generic leshng, evolution of dis- 



eose resishint borterio, the diollenge of oltemohve medidne, considertihons of cuhure 

and gender in medicol heotment, pnvocy ond conhdenriolity, the use of humon ond 
subiects in experimenrahon, and mentol heolth rieohnent of the unwilling potient. 

PHIL447 Philosophy of Law 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisire: one course in ptiilosophy Exominohon of frjndomentol concepts leloted h) 
law, e.g., legol systems, low ond morality, jusnce, legol reasoning, responsibility. 

0101(12974) McCabe.M. MWIh7:00pm-9:15pm (SKN 1115) 
PHIL498U Topical Investigations 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(12984) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

PHIL498V Topical hi\estigations 
11-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(12994) STAFF Time and raom to be arranged 

PHIL688U Selected Problems in Philosophy 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
0101(13004) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

PHIL688V Selected Problems in Philosophy 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
C201 (13014) STAFF Time and room h) be arranged 

PH1L788U Research in Philosophy 
11-6) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
01 01 (1 3024) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

PHIL788V Research in Philosophy 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
u;ijl (13034) STAFF Time ond room h) be ononged 

PHI1799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individual Instrachon course: conhirt deportment or inshudor ra obtain sertion number. 
Contort deporhnent to make arrangements. 

PHIL899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indn/iduol Instnjchon course: contort deportment or inshuctor to obtain secrion nun> 
ber Contort deportment to make orrangements. 



PHYS Phy$i<s 



(Computer, M.athematic.ai, and Physical 
Sciences"! 

PHYSI21 Tundamcntals of Physics I 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science lob (PL) Prerequisite: previous couise woit m nigonomeliy a 
MH / )5. The hrst port of o twosemester couise in general physics heohng the 
holds of mechonics, heot, sound, electricity, mognehsm, ophc, ond modem physio. 
Together with PHYS 122, this generally sohshes the minimum requirement of medicol 
and denral schools. 
0101(13097) ResWrff, K. MTuWIhF9:30om-10:50am (PHY 1410) 
TuThl2:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 3306) Lob 
MWll:00am-ll:50am (PHY 4208) Dis 
0102(13098) Resrarff.K. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PHY 1410) 
TuTh 2:00pm4:00pm (PHY 3306) Lob 
Tulhl:00pm-l:50pm (PHY 1219) Dis 
0103(13099) Restorff, K. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (PHY 1410) 
lulh 4:00pm-5:50pm (PHY 3306) Lob 
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PHYS122 Fundamentals of Physics II 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Physicol Science Lob (PL) iWquisite: PHfS /?/ or eqvndlent. 4 (onlinuolion 
of PHYS 1 2 1 , which togethei with It, generally sotisfies the minimum requirement of 
medicol and dentol schools. 

0101(13109) Ropport.M. MTuVmF9:30om-10:50om (PHY 0405) 
TuThl2:00pm-2:00pm(PHY3316)LDb 
MWll:00om-H:50om (PHY 0405) Dis 

0102(13110) Ropport.M. MTutflhF 9:30om-10:50om (PHY 0405) 
TuTh2:00pm^:00pm (PHY 3316) Lob 
Tulhl:00pm-):50pm (PHY 1221) Db 

0201(13111) Ropport.M. MTuWlhF 9:30om-10:50om (CHM 1407) 
Iulhl2:00pm-2:00pm (PHY 3316) Lob 
MWll:0Oom-11:50om (PHY 0405) Dis 

0202(13112) Ropport.M. MTuWlhf 9:30om-10:50om (CHM 1407) 
Tulh2:00pm4:00pm (PHY 3316) Lob 
TuThl:00pm-1:50pm (PHY 1219) Drs 

PHYS161 General Physics: Mechanics and 
Particle D)-namics 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUO. 

CORE: Physicol Science (PS) Pie- oi cowquisile: MAIH }4}. Cwdit will not be gwnled 
loiPmS nianiPmS 161 01 PHYS 141 oilomei PHYS 191 fiifl semester of a 
threfrsemester coltulus-bosed general physic course. Lows of motion, force, ond ener- 
gy; principles of mechnnis, collisions, lineoi momentum, rotofion. ond grovitolion, 

0101(13123) Fivel, D. MluWlhf 9:30nm-10:50om (PHY 1402) 

MWll:00om-12:00pm (PHY 1402) Dis 

PHYS262 General Physics: Vibrations, 
Waves, Heat, Electricity and 

Magnetism 

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

CORE: Physicol Science lob (PL) Pieiequsite: PHYS 161. Coiequeite: PHYS 262/i 
Oedit will ml be gwntedloi PHYS 272 anil PHYS 142 oiiomei PHYS l92oiPHYS 
262. Second semester of o Ihreesemestei colculus-bosed general physics course. 
Vibrahons, waves, fluids; heat, kinetic theory, ond thermodynomio; electrostofo, cir- 
cuits, ond mognetism. 

::: (13134) staff MluWThF9:30om-10:50om(PHY4220) 

MW1:00pnM:00pm (PHY 3219) Lob 
MW11:00am-1 2:00pm (PHY 4220) Dis 
0202(13135) STAFF MTumhF9:30om-)0:50om (PHY 4220) 

MWl:00pm4:00pm (PHY 3219) Lob 
MWll:00om-l 2:00pm (PHY 4220) Dis 

PHYS263 General Physics: Electrod^Tiamics, 
Light. Relati\'ity and Modem 
Phvsics 

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

CORE: Physicol Science Lob (PL) Prerequsile: PHYS 262. Coiequsile: PHYS 263i. 
Oedit will ml be gwoted for PHYS 273 anij PHYS 263 or former mi's 293 Third 
semester of o threesemester colculus-bosed general physics course, Electrodynomics, 
Maxwell's equotions, ond electiomognehc woves; geometncol opho; interference ond 
difftoctions; specral theory of relativity; and modem physics. 
0101(13145) 8rill,D. MTumhF9:30am-10:50om (PHY 1219) 

MWl:00pm4:00pm (PHY 3220) Lob 
MWll:00om-12:00pm (PHY 4220) Ors 

PHYS299 Special Problems in Physics (Pentigeq) 

(1 -6) Gtode Method: REG/PF/AUD. 
Individuol Instruchon course: contoo depoftinent or instructor to obmin sedioti number 

PHYS399 Special Problems in Ph)sics (PemReqj 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indtviduol lostiudion course (ontnct deportment or instractor to obloin section number 

PHYS429 Atomic and Nuclear Physics 
Laboratory 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course meets entire Summer Session I plus the hrst two weeks of Summer 
Session II. 

0101(13159) Johnson, P 

Meets 06/01/9M7/24/98 MIu l:00pm^:00pm (PHY 3112) lub 



PHYS499 Special Problems in Physics iPemfei;) 

(1-16) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contact deportment or instnjctor to obtoin sechon number 

PHyS62l Graduate Laboratory 

(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Design ond petformonce of odvonced experiments in modem and dossicol physics. The 
course meets entire Summer Session I plus the first four weeks of Summer Session II. 

0101(13171) Johnson, P 

Meets 06/D1/9M8/11/98 MTu l:00pnrt:00pm (PHY 3112) 

PHYS798 Special Problems in Advanced 

Physics (PermKeq) 
11-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Indrviduol Instnjdion course: contott deportment or instnictot to obtain section number 
Contact deportment to moke ortongements. 

PHYS799 Master's Thesis Research (PemSeql 
(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course: contoct deportment or instrottot to obtoin sedion number. 

PHYS899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 



(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
Individual Instiuction course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 



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PSYC Psychology 



(Beh.JlVior.^l .■\nd Soci,-\l Sciences) 
Ihe following courses moy involve the use of onimok. Students who ore concemed 
about the use of onimols in teaching hove the responsibility to contact the instnjctor, 
prior to course enrollment, to detemiine whether onimols ore to be used in the course, 
whether doss exercises involving onimols ore ophonol or required ond whot ottemo- 
tives, J any, ore ovailoWe. 

PSYCioo Introduction to Psychology 

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

CORE: 8ehaviofol and Soaol Soence (SB) A bosic introductory course, intended to 
bring the student into contoct with Ihe mo|or problems confronting psydiology ond the 
more important ottempts ot their solution. 
0101(13236) Brouth.S. MTuWlliF 12:30pm-l :50pm (ZOP 1243) 

0201(13237) Smith, 8. MTuWIhF9:30om-10:50om (ZOP 1243) 

PSYC200 Statistical Methods in Psychology 

(Pennfeql 

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

Pmequsile PSYC 100: ond MHIII oi mWMOoi MAJH 220. A bask introduc- 
tion to guonhtnhve methods used in psychologicol reseordi. 
0101 (13247) BnttonPowelL C MTuVmiF 1 1 :00om-1 2:20pm QOP 1238) 
0201(13248) Moht,J. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm OOP 1238) 

PSYC206 Developmental Biopsychologv 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwrequisile: PSYC 100. Biologitol basis of behovioral development in rekihon to 
genetic, constitutionol, onotomicol, physiotogicol, ond environmentol foctors. Emphosis 
upon both phykigenehc ond ontogenehc reseorch hndings in biological psydiology. 
0101 (13258) Brouth, S MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (ZOP 1236) 

PSYC221 Social Psychology 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisile: PSYC 100. The influence of soaol foctors on the indtviduol ond on inter- 
petsoool behovior Indudes topics such as confomiity, ottitude dtonge, person pertep^ 
tion, interpetsonol ottrochon, and group behovior 
0101 (13268) Sechnst, G. TuTh 1:00pm^:20pm {ZOP 2283) 
0201(13269) Ston9or,C. TuTh 9:30om-12:50pm UM2 0105) 



PSYC235 Psychology of Adjustment 

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

Piereqvsite: PSYC 100. Theory ond reseordi on the psydiokjgy o( peisond odjusf 
meni in evetydoy life, with on emphoss on self-concept, emotions, self-control, ttta- 
personol retotwns, and stress. 
0501(13279) Dutton,S. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (ZOf 1236) 

P5YC301 Biological Basis of Beha%ior 

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

/Verequsites: BIOL 105 and PSYC 100. An innodudion to the onatonKol stnicnites 
ond physiotogical processes that detemiine behovior. After o study of the basic hmc- 
lioning of the nervous system, the course win examine the acquisition and processing 
ol sensory giformohon, Ihe neural control of movement, and Ihe biologia^ bases of 
complex behoviors such as sleep, looming, memory, sex, kviguage, ond oddidion. 
"201 03289) Yoger,D. MTuWlhf 9:30om-10:5Dam COP 2283) 

PSYC334 Psychology of Interpersonal 
Relationships 

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

Pieiequisite: PSYC 100. Reseordi, theory ond Iheii pnxlical oppDcohons pertaining to 
the development, mointenonce ond dissoluhon of human relohonships. Processes cnti- 
col to successhil rekihng (e.g. communicotion, borgoining, conflict resolution), and 
issues assodoted with troubled dyoric relations with equal portneis (e.g. jeolousy, 
spouse abuse, divorce). 

02;' (13299) Kretz,L MVmhF 12:30pm-l:50pm (ZOP 1236) 

PSYa36 Psvcholog\- of \\'omen 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Preitqmie: PSYC 100. Hso oHeredas WMSU36. Cie(St wi be fwted fa onl^ 
one ol Ihe tolkmng: PSYC 336 0( WM5f 336. A survey of the biology, Hespon 
devebpment, sodolizohon, personolity, mentol heobh, ond spedal issues of women. 
0101(13309) STAFF MTuWIhF 12:30pm-l:50pm (PIS 1140) 

PSYC341 Introduction to Memor)- and 
Cognition 
(3)GradeMeltKid:REe/P-F/AUD. 

Piaeqixile: PSYC 100. Im introdudion to the bosic models, methods of reseordi, and 
findings in memory, problenttolving, ond kmguoge and their oppkohons. 
:;;■ (13319) Malmberg,K. TuTh 5:O0pm-8:20pm SOP 1 236) 

PSY053 .\duk Psychopatholog)- 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
ftereguisirB; PSYCIOO. Oedtt wJ/ be gmled h only one ol Ik folowiig: PSYC 
353 and PSYC 331 oi PSYC 431. The nature, dngnosis, etiology, ond treotment of 
mental disonlers omong oduhs. 

;;: (13329) smith, B. M^WIhF11:00om-12:20pma0P1234) 

PSY055 Child Ps\chology 

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

Pmequisite: PSYC 100. Hot open Id stwtenls who Ime (onpleled PSYC 333. Smwy 
of reseordi ond theory of psydiologieol development horn concephon through diJd- 
hood, stressing physiological, conceptual ond behaviorol dxmges, and the soaol and 
biological context in which individuals develop. 
0101(13339) Reed,S. MTuWTlif 11 :00om-l 2:20pm aOP 1236) 

PSY(420 Experimental Psychology: Social 
Processes I (hmlliq] 

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

PreiequBite: PSYC 200: and PSYC 221: ml coovktion ol Ihe defolmenKti letfrni 
fng/is/i, motfi, and sdeKe supfuning coune sequence: and perrmsBOn ol defolmenl. 
A loborotory couise to provide a basic undeistaniing of expenmenti^ method in sodd 
psydiology ond expenence in conducting reseordi on sodol processes. 
0;G (13349) Stnn9a,C TuTh 1 :00pm4:20pm OOP 2283) 

W1:00pm4:20pm (ZOP 01 47)11* 
0202(13350) Stangoi,C. TuTh l:00pm4:20pm (ZOP 2283) 
M1:OOpm4:20pniaOP0147)ld) 

PSYC432 Introduction to Counseling 
Psychology 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

PretequBiK: nine hoas in psycholog/indiiiig PSYC 200. MisidlKsiaiiiaii 
intervention sltotegies developed and used by counseling psydnlo(|isls. Histoiicd and 
cunent trends in content ond methodology. 
0101(13360) Friedmon, S MTumhF 9:30om-10:50am COP 2283) 



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PSYC434 Severe Mental Disorders: Etiology 
and Treatment 

(3) Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

Preieiimilei: PSYC 200, mi PSn30l, and PS I'f 353, or pemission ol depart- 
meal. Exomines multiple perspectives on severe inentol illnesses such os schizophrenio 
end ttie maior affective disorders. Integroles Itie biologicol findings with the humon 
expenence ol these illnesses, their cultural ond sociopolitical ospects, and Iheic psycho- 
logicol, pharmocological, and sociokervice treatments. Opportunity is provided for 
interocting with persons suffering hom these illnesses. 
0101(13370) Coucsey, R. MW l:00pnb4:20pni(20f 123W 

ISVC436 Introduciion to Clinical Psychology 

(31 Grade Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

fieiequisite: fSK 200 or eqmakat. Critical analysis of clinicol psychology, with pot- 
hcular emphosis on current developments ond trends. 

0101(13380) Couisey.R. TuTti 5:00pm^:20pm (ZOP 1 236) 
PSYMHH Honors Thesis Proposal 
Preparation 
11-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13390) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

0201(13391) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

PSYC478 Independent Studv in Ps\cholog\' 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indrviduol Instruction course: contact deportment oi instructor to obtoin section number. 

PSYC479 Special Research Problems in 
Psychology' 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/Al)D. 

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

PSYC499H Honors Thesis Research 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(13405) STAFF Time and room to be nrronged 

0201(13406) STAFF Time and room to be arronged 

PSY088 Special Research Problems 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Indnndual Inslmction course: contoct deportment or insftuctor to obtoin section number 

PSYa89 Special Research Problems 
(M) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual instrndion course: contoct deportment or instmctor to obtoin sechon number 

PSYC799 Masters Ihcsis Research 
(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 

Individual Instruction course: contoct deportment or instructoi to obtain section number 

PSYC899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instmchon cou5e: contoct department or instmctor to obtain section number 



SOCY Sociology 



PUAF Public Affairs 



(Public Affairs) 

PUAF798B Readings in Public Policy 
(1-31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol InstTurtion course: contact deportment or instmctor to obtoin section mm 
ber For PUAF mojors only. 

PUAF899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 
Individuol Instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to obtoin section number. 



SLAV Slavic 



(Arts and Humanities) 
SUV499 Directed Stud\ IFemlteq) 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol Instrudion course: cootoct department or instructor to obtoin section number 



(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 

SOCYIOO Inlioduclion to Sociology 

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

CORE: Behovioral ond Social Science (SB) The fundomentol concepts ond pnnciples ol 
sociology Includes consideration of culhjre, potterns of social interochon, norms, vaF 
ues, sociol institutions, strohficotion, and sociol chonge. 
0101(13638) lengermonn, J. TuTh 9:00am-l 2:20pm (ASY 2309) 
0201(13639) STAFF MTuWTh9;00om-10:40om (ASY 2309) 

SOCY105 Introduction to Contemporary 
Social Problems 

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

CORE: Behavioral and Sociol Science (SB) An exominotion of contemporary social 
problems ttirough sociological perspectives: woys in which sociol problems are part of 
the organization of society; o detailed study of selected social problems including 
sociol conflict and social inequolity 
0101(13649) Zomoni-Moghadom, L MTuWTh9:00am-10:4Oom 
(ARC 1105) 

SOCY201 Introductory Statistics for 
Sociology 

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

PieiequiiiteSOC/ JOOaaiMH ] ] t oi equmlenl. Hoi opea to sluilents who have 
completed BM6J 231. Mi 324, oi SW 400- Oedil will be granted hi oaly one ol 
the lolhwing: AUK 484. BM 301, BMSJ 230 CHIC 400. ICOH 321. CDMS 451, 
010630S, 6m422, PSYC200, S0a20l, UHSHSO, oi 11X1400. Elementory 
descnphve and inferenliol stahsiho Construction ond percentoging of bnranote conho- 
gency tables; frequency distributions and graphic presentotions; measures of central 
tendency ond dispersion; parametric and nonparametnc meosures of ossocintion and 
correlohon; regression; probability; hypothesis testing; the normol, binomiol ond chi- 
squore distributions; point and interval eshmotes. 
U2UI (13659) STAFF MTuWItiF l:00pm-2:20pm (COL 3109) 

Tulh9:30om-ll:00am (ARC 1105) Lob 

S0CY203 Sociological Theory 
(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: SOCY 100. Development of ttie science of sociology; historical bock- 
grounds; recent theories of society. Required of oil sociology ma|ors. 
i;ii.(13669) STAFF MTuWTh 11 :00om-l 2:40pm (ASY 2309) 

SCCY300 American Society 
(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

The social stmcture and organization of American society with special reference to 
recent sociol change. A sociologicol perspechve on urban and other populohon trends; 
the choractei structure, values and ideology of Amencons ■ sociol movements ond 
chonges in woHc, family life ond recreotion. 
0101(13679) Hunt,L TuTh l:30pm-4:50pm (ASY 2309) 

SOCY305 Scarcit) and Modern Society 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

PieieQuisite: 3 aediti olsaaalogy. Resource deplehon and the deteriorolion of the 
environment Relohonship to IJe styles, individual consumer choices, cultural volues, 
ond inshhrhonol foilures. Praiechon of the hiture course of Americon society on the 
basis of the onolysis of scorcity, theories of social chonge, cunent trends, sociol move- 
ments, govemment octions, and the hiturist literature, 
0201(13689) finstertiusch, K. TuTh 9:00am-l 2:20pm (COL 3109) 

SOCY325 The Sociolog)' of Gender 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Pteiequisite: 3 ciedili ol soaology. Also aHeied os MS] 325. Credit will 
be gtomed lor only one ol the lollowing: SOCY 325 or VltASl 325. Institutionol hoses 
of gender roles ond gender inequality, cultural perspechves on gender, gender socializo- 
tion, feminsm, and gender-role chonge. Emphosis on contemporary Amencon society. 
0101(13699) Hunt, J. MTuWTh 12:20pm-2:10pm (C0L3109) 

0211 1 (1 3700) STAFF MW 1 :00pm^:20pm (ASY 2309) 

S0CY380 Honors Independent Reading in 
Sociology 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F. 

heieijoisite: perrr>ission ol department formerly SOCY 378. This course pemiits soci- 
ology honors students to undertake a program oi reading on o porhculoi problem in 
sociology or a subheld therein. The reoding will be done under the supervision of o 
member of the sociology focuhy. Required of sociology honor students. 
0101(13710) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 



0201(13711) STAFF rune ond room to be orranged 

$OCV381 Honors Independent Research in 
Sociologv 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F 

Freteqvisile: SOCY 380. Formedy SOCY 388. This course permits sociology students 
to dehne a porhculor problem in sociology or a subfieU therein ond to develop o 
reseorch pkin for use os o thesis topic. The wodi will be done under the supervision of 
member of the soaology focuhy. 
0101(13721) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

i.'ii (13722) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

500383 Honors I hesis Research 
(31 Grode Method: REG/P-F. 

heregursile: SOO 381. formedy SOCY 389. Student reseorch under the direction of 
member of the sociology foculty, culminohng in the presentohon ond defense of a 
thesis reporting the research 
0101(13732) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

02ni 03733) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

S0O3B6 Experiential Learning (Pen^) 
(3-61 Grode Method: REG/PF. 

Individuol Instruchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section num- 
ber Prereijuisrte: Learning Proposal approved by the CMre ol fxpenenhol leaming 
Programs, laculty sponsor, and student's internship sponsor 56 semester hom. 

500399 Independent Stud) in Sociolog)- 

IFermleql 

(1-61 Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual Instruction course: contact department or instnxtot to obtoin section lunbei. 

500424 Sociology of Race Relations 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereguisite: 6 aedils in sociology or permission ol department Anolyas of roceielot 
ed issues, with a pnmory focus on American society. The historicol emergence, deveT 
opment, ond institutionalization of racism, the impoct of rodsm on its victims; and 
raciolly bosed conflict. 

0201(13747) Kohlman,M. TuTh l;00pnH:20pm (ASY 2309) 
S0O44I Social Stratification and Inequality 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: 6 credits ol sociology oi pemiission ol deportment 56 semester hours, 
junior standing. Credit will be granted lor only one ol the lollowing: SOCY 24 1 or 
SOCy 441 The sociologicol study of sociol doss, status, ond power. Topio include the- 
ories of strotihcotion, correlates of soaol posinon, hjodions ond dyshinchons of sociol 
inequality, stohjs inconsistency, and social mobility. 

0101(13757) Pease,!. TuWTh9:00om-ll:15om (ARC 1103) 

S0O443 The Fainil% and Society 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prerequisite: 6 aedils ol sociolog or permission ol department Shjdy of the fomily os 
social inshtuhon; its biological ond cultural loundohons, histonc development, chang- 
ing stnictures, ond hinchons, the interochon of morrioge and porenthood, disorganiz- 
ing and reorganizing foctors in present doy trends. 

0201(13767) Londry, L TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm (COL 3109) 

S0O498 Selected Topics in Sociolog)': 

Gender, Race and Class in an Era 
of Globalization 
(3) Grode Mediod: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(13777) Korzeniewic, R. MW9:00om-l 2:20pm (ASY 2309) 

S0O498B Selected Topics in Sociology: 
Sociolog^■ of Popular Culture 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(13787) Goodmon,D, TuWTh6:00pnrf:15pm 0\SY3211) 
Movies, talk shows, gmnge, |okes, billboords, video gomes, romonce noveb, sports, 
molls and totoos are all sociol pheoomeno, and therefore, subject to sociologicol anoty 
sis. The class vnill use o mix of theories from Moncism to poshnodem opptoodies to 
inveshgate populor culhire. 

S0O699 Special Social Problems 

(1-16) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individual Insnurtion course: contort deportment or insmictor to obtoin seflion numbei. 



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S0CY799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade MeHiod: REG. 

Indrwduoi Insmjttion course: tontott deportment or instiwtot to oblnin section number. 

SOCY899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 
11-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Indmducl Instiuction course: contort deportment or instnxtor to obtain section number. 



SPAN Spanish 



(Arts and Humanities) 

The longuoge of instiuction in oil courses is Sponish unless oltierwise noted. 

SPAN10I Elementary Spanish I 

(4) Grode Method: REG/PFAUD. 

Fietequisite: Ho previous Spanish: Itigh school level I Spomh with giade ofi oi B: 
high school level 2 Spanish wilh o gtaie oi C ot below. Hoi open lo notive/lluent 
speakers of Sponish. Introdurtion to ttie functions ond structures of ttie Sponisli lon- 
guoge, wilti emphosis on Ifie four skills of faening, speoking, teoding ond writing. 
0101 (13852) Ahuno, M. MluWrh 9:30om-ll:45om (JMZ 2207) 

0201(13853) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30om-l 1 :45flm (JWZ 01 25) 

SPANIO? Elementary Spanish II 
(4) Grode Method: REG/PF/AUO. 

Freieitijisite: SPiH 101 otUMCForeqmolenl. Hotopen to ootive/fluent speakers ol 

Spanish. Further study of the hjnrtions ond structures of the Sponish longuoge, with 

emphosis on the four skills of listening, speoking, teoding ond wnting. 

0101 (1 3863) STAFF Mlumh 9:30on>l 1 :45om (jM2 01 25) 

OJOl (13864) STAFF MTuWTh9:30om-ll:45om (JMZ2207) 

SPAN201 Intermediate Spanish 
(4) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Humonfe (HO) ftererjursite; SftlJV 102 or SPAH 103 ai UMCP or high school 
level 3 Sponish with o grade olAorB or high school level 4 Spanish with a Cor 
below. Hot open to nahve/kent speakers of Spanish. Formedy SPAN 203. Continued 
development of the hjnrtions ond stnjrtuies of the Sponish longuoge with emphosis 
on the four skills of listening, speoking, leoding, ond wrihng. 

0101(13874) STAFF WTuWTh 9:30om-l 1 :45om (IMZ 2206) 

0201(13875) STAFF AtTuWTh 9:30om-l 1 :45om (JMZ 01 03) 

0202(13876) STAFF TuWTh6:30ptn^:30pm (JMZ 0103) 

SPAN202 Intermediate Grammar and 
Composition 

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

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Prereguisite: SPkH 201 or high school level 4 or S with a 
grode ofiorS or permission of department Corequisite: SPM 207 and/or SPAH 
211. Hotopen lo nahve/fluent speakets of Spanish. Formerly SPAN 204, An indepth 
study ond onolysis of selerted grommnhcol topics with emphosis on composihon, wnt- 
ing ond rending. 

0101(13886) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm (JMZ 1215) 

SPAH206 Review of Oral and Written 
Spanish for Native Speakers 
Educated in the United States 

(3) Grode Method: REG/PF/AUD. 

Prereguisite: native or near nahve knowledge of oral Spanish and no formal educahon 
in Sponish. Review of omi ond written Sponish for students who hove nohve ot neoi- 
notive obility in Sponish, but hove never studied it in o fomiol setting. 
010103896) Romon,C. Tulh 6:00pm-9:l 5pm UMZ 2206) 

5PAN224 Violence and Resistance in the 
Americas 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Uterohjre (HI) DIVERSITY Indigenous vision of violence ond resistonce in Ihe 
Ameticos. Texts ond mops hom the Europeon explorers ond conquerors ore olso shid- 
ied. Reodings include pnmory texts horn the 1 6lh os well os hom the 20th cenhiry. 
All reodings ore in English, No Sponish is required, 

'.1(13906) Peres, R TuTh l:00pm4:15p (JMZ 0208) 

SPAN301 Advanced Grammar and 

Composition I 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pietetjuisrte: SPAH 202 Pecommended: SPAH 20? Piortice of complex grommoficol 
structures through reoding ond wiihng of composihons ond essoys. Specific lexicol, 
syntndic, rhetoricol, and stylishc devices will be highlighted. 



0201(13916) Ahrorodo.L TuTh6:00pm-9:l 5pm (JMZ 3205) 
SPAH311 Advanced Conversation I 

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

Prerequisite: SPAH 202 or SPAH 211 oi permission of department. Hot open to 
nahve/fluent speakers of Spanish Further development of listening ond speoking 
skills in Sponish Opportunity to develop orol fluency improve pronunciohon ond 
inaeose vocobuloiy Individuoi ond/oi group orol presentotrons. 
0101(13927) Romon, C. MW6:00pm-9:l 5pm (JMZ 2207) 

0102 (13928) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:15pm (EDU 0212) 

SPAH312 Advanced Conversation II 

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

Prerequisites: SPAH 202 and SPAH 211 or SPAH 311 or permission of department 
Hot open to mtive/iluenl speakers of Spanish. Confinued mostery of listening ond 
speoking skills in Sponish. Opportunity to develop oral fluency, improve pronunciohon, 
and increase vocobulory. Emphosis on colloquial ond technicol longuoge as well as 
development of linguishc occurocy. Individual and/or group oral presentohon. 
[201(13939) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:l 5pm (JMZ 2206) 

SPAN386 Experiential Learning iPermHeql 
(3-6) Gtode Method: REG/P-F 

Pierequisile learning Proposal approved by the Office of hpenenhal Looming 
Programs, faculty sponsor, and shident's inlemship sponsor 56 semester hours. 

0101(13959) little, K. Time ond room to be orronged 

SPAN399 Independent Study in Spanish 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuoi Instruchon course: contoct deportment or instnictor to obtoin sertion number, 

SPAN408 Great Themes of the Hispanic 
Literatures: Judios, moros y 
Cristianos en la Espana Medieval 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (13982) Benito-Vessels, C. TuTh 9:30om-l 2:50pm (JMZ 1215) 

SPAN409 Great Themes of the Hispanic 

Literatures: Historia e imaginacion 
de las ciudades de latinoamerica 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(14002) Aguilar-Moio, J. MW l:00pnb4:15pm (JMZ 1224) 

SPAN448 Special Topics in Latin American 
Civilization: El ensayo 
latinoamericano 

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

0201(14022) Aguilor-Moro, J. TuTh l:00pm-4:l 5pm (JMZ 1226) 

SPAN448B Special Topics in Latin American 
Civilization: Human Rights and 
Democratization in Latin America 

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

0201(14032) Kouhiion.E. MW5:00pm-8:20pm (TYD2106) 
SPAK449 Special Topics in Spanish 

Ci\ili2ation: Arte, literatura y 
cultura en la epoca de colon 
(31 Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (14043) Benito-Vessels, C. MW 9:30om-12:50pm (JMZ 01 18) 
SPAN699 Independent Study in Spanish 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Individuoi Instiuchon course: contact department ot insttuctot to obtoin sechon number 

SPAN798 Open Seminar: The Cultures of the 
South: Studies in Argentine, 
Chilean, Uruguayan, Paraguayan, 
Paraguayan Literature and Film 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(14056) Sosnowski, S.' 

Meets 06/22/98-07/01/98 MTuWThF 8:30om-l :30pm (JMZ 1 224) 

This course is speciolly designed for educotois. 

SPAN799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG. 
Individool Instiuchon course: contoct department or instnictot to obtain sechon number. 



SPAN899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuoi Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instiuctor to obtoin sertion number. 



SPCH Spee<h 



(Arts and HuivtANiTiEs) 

SPCH107 Speech Communication: Principles 
and Practice 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F 

Hot open to shidents who hove completed SPCH WO Credit will be gmnled for only 
one of the lollowiag: SPCH 100 ot SPCH 107. A study of ond prachce in oral commu- 
nicotion, including pnnciples of interviewing, group discussion, listening, infotmoftve 
bnefings, ond persuosive speeches. 

0101(14119) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:30pm (TWS 0131) 

0102 (14120) Wolvin, A MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om (PIS 1 180) 

0103(14121) Wolvin, A MTuWThF 1 1 :OOom-l 2:20pm (PLS 1 1 46) 

0201(14122) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om (PLS 1146) 

0202(14123) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm (SKN 01 04) 

0203(14124) STAFF Tulh6:30pm-9:30pm (KEY0117) 

SPCH250 Introduction to Speech 
Communication Inquiry 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

An intiodurtion to Ihe held of speech communicohon. Oefinihons, models, ond con- 
texts of communicohon; rhetoricol theory ond rhetoricol crihcism of discourse. 
0101(14134) Woks,L MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm (SKN 0104) 

SPCH324 Communication and Gender 

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

DIVERSITY The erection of imoges of mole ond femole, ond masculine ond feminine, 
Ihrougb communicotion, the differences in mole ond femole communicohon behoviors 
ond styles, and the implicohons of those imoges ond styles for moWemole lionsartions. 
0101(14144) McGreevy,S. MIuVffliF 9:30am-10:50omfIWSOI31) 
0102(14145) STAFF MW 6:30pm9:30pm (PIS 1 1 58) 

0201(14146) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:30pm (JMZ 1226) 

0202 (14147) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am (SKN 0104) 

SPCH386 E.xpcriential Learning iPermKeql 
(3-6) Grode Method: REG/P-R 

Pteiequisite: learning Proposal approved by the Oftice of bpenenhal Learning 
Programs, faculty sponsor, and shjdent's internship sponsor 56 semester hours. 

0101(14157) Morrison, S. Time and room to be orronged 
SPCH399 Honors Thesis iPermKeql 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(14167) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201 (14168) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

SPCH424 Communication in Complex 
Organizations 

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

Stiuctute ond funrtion of communicotion within orgonizohons: orgonizohonol climote 
and culture, informohon flow, nelwoHcs ond role relohonships. 

0201(14178) Coi,D. MW6:00pm-l 0:1 5pm (SKN 0104) 

There will be no class July 20 and July 22. 

SPCH425 Negotiation and Conflict 
Management 

(3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
Role of communicohon in shaping negotiohon and conflict processes and outcomes. 
0201(14188) Coi,D. MW l:00pm-5:15p (SKN 0104) 

There will be no class July 20 ond luly 22. 

SPCH482 Intercultural Communication 

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

DIVERSITY The mojot voriobles of communitotron in an intercultural context culhiral, 
rociol ond nnhonol differences; stereotypes; volues; cultural ossumphons; and verbol 
ond nonverbol channels, 

0101(14198) Roo,N. MTuWThF 9:30oml 0:50am (SKN 0104) 

0102(14199) Roo.N. TuTh 6:30pm-9:30pm (SKN 0104) 

0201(14200) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:00pm (SKN 0104) 



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SPCH489 Topical Ri-si-aicll (Peimfeql 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction couise: contod department oc instructor to obtoin section number. 

SPCH798 Independent Stud> 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instrucfion couise contoct deportinent or instructor to obtoin section number. 

SPCH799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course; contoct deportment or instructor to obtain section number. 

SPCH899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/S-F. 

Individuol Instruction course: contact department or instructor to obtoin section number, 

STAT StatistUs and Probability 

(Cot^puTER, Mathematical and Physical 
Sciences) 

SIATIOO Elementary Statistics and 
Probability 

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

CORE: Mothemotics or Formal Reasoning (MS) Fwrequisile: femissm otMalh 
Department ksed on sotislactmy swie on Hof/i placement exam or MiJH l]Oof 
MH /)5. Hot open to snjdents who have completed MH 1 1 1 oi any MH oi 
SW couise with a pieiequisite olMAJH 141. Oedil mil be gianted hi only one ol 
the lollomng: MH 111 oi SUI 100. Simplest tests of statistical hypotheses; applh 
cottons to befoieund-aftci and motcbed pair studies. Events, prabability, combinations, 
independence. Binomial probabilities, confidence limits liondom voiiables, expected 
volues, median, vnnonce Tests based on ranks. Law of large numbers, normal opprai- 
imotion. Estimotes of mean nod voriance. 
010104267) STAFF MTumhF8;00om-9;20am (MIH B0421) 

0202(14269) STAFF MTuWThF9;30om-10;50am (MTH 0101) 

STAT400 Applied Probability and Statistics 1 

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

fieieqamte: MIH 141. Hot acceptable towaid giaduate degieei in SW, MiFl, oi 
MMH. Ciedit will be gianted hi only one ol the hllowing SW 400 oi IMl 324 
Rondom variobles, slondnrd distnbutions, moments, low of lorge numbers and centrol 
limit theorem. Sompling methods, estimotion of pornmeters, testing of hypotheses 
0102(14279) STAFF MIuWThF 9;3Dam-10;50am (MTH 0307) 

0103(14280) STAFF MTu)AfThF ll;00aml2;20pm (MTH0105) 

0203(14281) STAFF MTuWThF 11;00am-12;20pm(MTHB0421) 

STAT798A Selected Topics in Statistics 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/AUO. 

0101(14292) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

0201 (14293) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

STAT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(l-i) Grade Method; REG. 

Individuol Instruction course; contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number 

STATB99 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grode Method: REG. 

Individuol Instruction course; contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number 

SURV Survey Methodology 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
SURV616 Statistical Methods II 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiegmite: SUSV 6 1 5. SuiWs on the intioduction to linear models and data analysis 
provided in Statistical Melbods I Topics include onulysis ol longitudinal dotn ond time 
series, cotegoricnl doto onnlysis ond contingency tobies, logistic legiession, log^ineoi 
models foi counts, statistical methods in epidemiology, and intioductoiy life testing. 
0201(14446) Coben.M. Mlh 5;30pm-8;15pm (KEY0126) 

SURV623 Data Collection Methods in Survey 
Research 

(31 Grade Method: REG/AUD. 
Review of alternative dota collection methods used in suiveys, concentrating on the 



impoct these technigues hove on the quality of survey doto, including measurement 
error properties, levels of nonresponse ond coverage errar Reviews of the literature on 
majai mode comparisons (face-to-foce inteiviewing, telephone suivey and self-adminis- 
tered questionnaires), and olternotive collection methods (diaries, administrotive 
records, diiect abseivanan, etc.) The statistical and sociol science literatures on intei- 
viewei effects and nonresponse, and current udvonces in computei-ossisted telephone 
interviewing (CATI), computer-ossisted peisonol inteiviewing {Of)), ond other meth- 
ods such as toucbtone doto entry (TDE) and voice recognition (VRE) 

0101(14456) Contor.D. 

Meets 06/01/98-07/22/98 MW 6;15pm-9;00pm (Arranged) 

SURV625 Applied Sampling 
(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Frereguisite: stahshcs couise approved by the depoitment Piackal aspects ol sample 
design TopiG include prabnbility sampling (including simple random, systematic, 
stratified, clustered, multistage ond twfrpbase sampling mertiods), sampling with 
probabilities praportionol to size, area sampling, telephone sompling, ratio estimation, 
sampling eirai estimotion, frame problems, nonresponse, and cost factors 

0101(14466) Krod(ig,K. 

Meets 06/01/98-07/23/98 TuTh 6:1 5pm9;00pm (Arranged) 

Course is taught by Karal Kratkig of the University of Michigan. 

SURV699K Special Topics in Survey 

Methodology: Multi-level Analysis 
of Survey Data 

13) Grode Method; REG/AUD. 

0101(14476) Croninger, R. 

Meets 06/01 /98-06/26/98 MTuWThF 1 0:00am-1 2;00pm (Arranged) 
Prerequisite; One gtoduate^evel course in stotistics or quanhtotive mediods and fomil- 
iatity with suivey research methods. Mast suiveys gadiei dota an individuols, although 
the social graup and its effects on individuals is often ol piimory interest. This course 
introduces a lecently-devoloped statistical technique hierarchical linear models (WUti) 
that con be used to analyze doto in which individuols ore nested within gioups ond 
higheiTevels of analytic interest. The couise will focus on doto using HLM softwore 
using exomples horn die fields ol education, sociology, demography and political scr 
ence. This course is team tought widi Valene lee of die University of Michigon. 

SURV722 Randomized/Nonrandomized 
Design 

(3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: SUHV 62S. Heseaicb designs fiom which causal inleiences aie sought 
Classical experimental design will be contrasted widi quosrtxperiments, evoluonon 
studies, and odiei observational study designs. Emphosis placed on haw design leo- 
tuies impact die nature of stotishcol estimotion and inference fram the designs. Issues 
of blocking, buloncing, repented measures, control strategies, etc. 
0101(14486) Doyton,C. Mb 5;30pm-8;15pm (KEY0119) 



THET Theatre 



(Arts and Humanities) 

THET110 Introduction to the Theatre 

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

CORE; History or Theory of Arts (HA) Introduction to die people of the theotre; octors, 
directors, designers ond bockstoge personnel. The core and choracteristics of a ploy 
scnpt; theotiical forms ond styles: and dieotte history. 
0101(14536) Hebert,M. MTuWThF 11;00om-12;20pm (TWS 0241) 
0201(14537) Schuler.C. MTuWThF 11 :00am-12;20pm (TWS 0241) 

THEI120 Acting I 

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

Pieieguisite: IHUUOoi peimissm ol depaitmenl Basic pnnciples of ocflng techniques 
Exeicises structured to develop the student's concentration, imoginanon, sense ond emo- 
tional memory. Textuol onolysc, cburoctei analysis and scene study: and die application of 
these techniques to chorocter portrayal diraugh performance of short scenes. 
0101(14547) Hebert.M. MTuWThF 9;30om-l 0:50am (TWS 1228) 

THET386 E.xpcrienlial Learning IPermKeql 
13-6] Grade Method: REG/P-R 

Individual Instruction couise contact deportment oi instructor to obtoin section num- 
ber Pieieguisite: leaining Pioposol appioved by the Oltice ol hpenential leoining 
Piogiams, hculty sponsor, and student's internship sponsor 56 semester houis. 

THET479 Theater Workshop iPemieq) 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

OiUl (14559) Kiiebs, D. Time and room to be arranged 



IHET499 Independent Stud\- (Pern\lleq) 

(3) Grade Method: REG. 
Individual Instrurtion course; contact department or instiuctor to ohtoin section number 

THEI499P Independent Study: Puppetry 
Workshop 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
0?0I (14571) Cottet.M. TuTh 9:00om-l 2;00pm (TWS 2230) 

THET669F Independent Study 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(14581) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

THEr789 Masters Practicuin IPermfeql 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruchon course: contact deportment or instractoi to obtain section number. 



THET799 Masters Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method; REG. 

Individual Instraction course contact deportment or instructor to obtain section number 

THET899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG/AUD. 

Individual Instruction course; contact department or instructor to obtoin section number 

UMEI Maryland English 
Institute 

(Arts and Hui»ianities) 

UMEIOOl English as a Foreign Language: 
Beginning IPermKeqj 
(12) Grade Method: S-F. 

Intensive coarse for the non-native speaker of English who has little or no previous 
knowledge of English. Focus on die rapid acquisition of die bosic feotures of English 
grommor and pranunciahon ond on speaking and undeistonding Americon English; 
reading ond writing appropriate to die level will be included Special fee required for 
Hiis course. This course does not carry ciedit towords any degree ot die University ond 
does not count in die retention plan 

0101(14646) Cavonaugh, A. 

Meets 06/1 5/98-08/07/98 MTuWThF 9:00om-12;00pm (ARC 1121) 
MTuWThF 1:00pm-3:00pm (ARC 1121) 

0102(14647) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 5/98-08/07/98 Time and room to be arranged 

UMEI002 English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate I IPermReql 
(12) Grade Method: S-E 

Intensive course for die non-native speokei of English who hos hod some previous 
instruction in English. Emphasis on improving listening ond speoking skills, on master- 
ing intermediate grammatical structures, and on expending vocobulory. Includes prac- 
tice in Reading and writing oppiopiiate to die level. Special fee required for diis 
couise. This couise does not coiiy credit towoids ony degree ot die University ond 
does not count in die retention plan. 

0101(14657) KildoyK. 

Meets 06/1 5/98-08/07/98 MTuWThF 9:00om-1 2:00pm (ARC 1 1 23) 
MTuWThF l;00pm-3:00pm (ARC 1123) 

0102(14658) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 5/98-08/07/98 Time and room to be arranged 

UMEI003 English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate II IPermteq) 

(12) Grade Method: S-F 

Intensive course for die non-notive speoker of English who hos mostered the essential 
structures ol English grammar Emphasis on improving communicohve skills for o wide 
range of linguistic situations, on ropid expansion of vocabulary, and on improving read- 
ing comprehension and bosic wiiPng skills. Special fee required lor diis couise. This 
couise does not curry credit towords ony degree at die University ond does not count 
in die retention plan. 

0101 (14668) lipowitz, H 

Meets 06/1 5/98-08/07/98 MTuWThF 1 0;00om-1 2;00pm (IWS 221 2) 
MTuWThF 1:00pm-3:00pm (TWS 2212) 

0T02 (14669) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 5/98-08/07/98 Time ond loom to be arranged 



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UMQOIM English as a Foreign Language: 
Intermediate III (hmht) 
(12) Grack Method: S-F. 

InlHiave coum fa Itie noiMxitive speoka of Engbh who hos o good (ommond ol 
the basic feolues of spolcen and wrrttefi English. Emphasis on rehning speaking and 
istaiing sUs, on impraving reading speed ond (omptehension of ocodemic texts, ond 
on devefoping willing sUfc for academic couises. Speool fee leciuired for this course. 
His coune does not cony oeift towonls Qny degree at the Unrvetsity and does not 
count in Itie retention plan. 

0101 (14679) Sohin, L 

Meets 06/1 5/9808/07/98 MIuWIhF 9:00am-1 1 :00ani (TWS 2228) 
MTuWDif l:00pm-3:00pm (TWS 2228) 

0102 (14680) Ixay, H. 

Meets 06/1 5/98O8/07/98 MIuWIhF 9:00arThl 2:00p(n (DNC It 43) 
MTumhH:0OptTh3:0Opm (DNC 1 143) 

0103(14681) Bce,«. 

Meets 06/1 5/9808/07/98 MluWIhE 9;00am-1 2:00pm (COl 3114) 
MIuWIhF l:0Opiii'3:0Opm(COl 31 14) 

UMEI007 Advanced Writing for International 

Students (Pennlleqj 
(3) Grode Melind: 5-F. 

Opeo n gmkttte sftnfeift only. Speaal lee His come (te ml cany aedit mmnk 

or) degree at Ik Univeisty anSthesnol cowl in Ik relenlkm pkjn. A wnting skills 

course for the notHiotive speaker of Engkh with o good commond of spoken English, 

02. (14702) Komeras, B. Mlulh 9:30orhn :30om OMZ 3205) 

Hi 12:30pn)-2:OOp(n (Arranged) Lob 

URSP Urban Studies and 
Planning 

(Architecture) 

UltSI^991 Independent Stud\ IPemlleql 
(I-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(14752) SIAFF Time and lOom to be ononged 

(14753) STAFF Tme and nxm to be arranged 

URSP681 L'rban Planning Law 
13) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Ctedl »il be ^led hi only one ol Ik lohmg: UUSP 68 1. MS 450, oi UUBS 
681. fome^ UtBS 681. Survey of the urtan legol environment. Issues of plonning, 
zoning, eminent domain, bnd use controls, housinj codes, histonc preservohon ond 
related tax provisions. 

(14763) Korino.S. MW 7:00pffl'9:30pm (Aminged) 

UltSi'6BW Recent Developments in Urban 
Studies; Environmental Site 
Analysis: Principles and Fieldwork 

Itemftql 

131 Gfode Method: REG/AUD. 
Prerequisite: URSP 640 or peraiission ol instructor. 

(14773) Cohen,). ThF4:00p(tv6;30pm (TYOOlll) 

Students will leom pnnciples (Bid tediniques of environmentnl site onolysis and then 
worit OS teom to onolyze o 300 ooe form site odjocent to the historic eostem shoie, 
<ml«men's town of Oxfoid, MO (pop. 700). Ihe shident onolysis w3l be infomied by 
a learned undeistanding of the imptcations of major State environmental legiskihon, 
induding the Critical Aieo Ad, the Forest Conversion Act, Ihe Economic Development, 
liesouicc PioteOion and Plonning Act, ond Smoil Growth Ihe report of Ihe ckiss project 
wi be utized by the owner and a nonprofit otganizohon in Oxford which is concerned 
that new development not destroy the town's character. Students will be subsidized for 
Itonsportolion and kidgiig (there wl be some ovemight stoys In Oxfoid). 

URSP688S Recent Developments in Urban 

Studies: Capetown and the Western 
Cape: 300 years of Housing. 
(3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

0101(14783) Brower, S. Time ond room to be ononged 

Focuses on Indegenous Housing lypes ond Uibon Pottems In Ihe Western cope from 
settlement By Dutch East Inia Co: 1652 to Present In Bobnp Area of Capetown, 
South Afhco. 

URSr7D3 Community Planning Field 

Instruction and Practicum (fennlteii) 
It) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUO. 



Piereqoisiles: UUSP 600. UHSF 601. tUtSP 604, UUSP 60S or pemimn /ram Ik 
hogmm. !oiHCfm\oi$ only, foimeily UKSS 703. Concepts ond Ideos that hove 
shaped the profession, current plonning Issues. Professionol expenence os Intern In 
planning ofhce. Weekly seminars focus on prachcol, theorehcol, professional and ethi- 
cal Issues ansmg dunng intemshlp. 

0101(14793) Stevens,). Tu7:00pm-9:30pm (KEY 0117) 
lime ond room to be arranged DIs 

?2^' (14794) Stevens,). Time ond room to be anonged 
Time ond room to be ananged DIs 

Course Is teonriought by A. Jensen and J. Stevens. 

URSP788 Independent Study in Urban 
Studies and Planning fftrmlfe?; 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Indlviduot Instnjdion course: contort deportment or instructor to obtnin sechon number 

URSP7W Readings in Urban Studies and 
Planning (ftmfisii) 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instnidlon course: contort deportment or instnictoi to obtoln sertion number 

URSP799 Masiers Thesis Research fPem/feii) 

(1-6) Grade Method: REG/S-E 

Individual Instrartion couisc: contort department or Inshurtoi to obtain sechon number. 



For Registration 
Information, 
See pages 5-9. 



WMST Women's Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 

WMST250 Introduction to Women's Studies: 

Women. .Art and Culture 

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

CORE: HBtory or Dieory of Arts (HA) DIVERSflY An exnminahon of women's creohve 
powers as expressed in selected examples of music, him, ort, dramo, poetry, hchon, 
ond other literohirc. Explores women's aeotivity in relotlon to families, religion, educo- 
lion, ethnioly, dass, sexuolity, and within o cultural tradihon shaped by women. 
0101(14859) STAFF MTuWIh ll:00am-12:40pm (PIS 1111) 

WMSTK5 Introduction to Literature by 
Women 

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

CORE: Uterature (HU DIVERSITY A/so offerer) os Wfl 2S0. Oedil will k gmnled hi 

only one ol ik Mowing: WHSJ 25S or EHGi 2S0. Imoges of women In fiteroture by 

ond obout women. 

0101(14869) Ryon,L MTuWIhF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm (SON 2120) 

0201(14870) Eidce.L MTuWIhF 9:30am-l 0:50am (SQH 1107) 

WMST275 World Literature b\ Women 
13) Grode Method: REG. 

CORE: literature (HU DIVERSITY Ako oKeied os CMU 2?S. OeiH will k gmnled hi 
oiHy one ol Ik lollowing: WMSl 27S or (Mil 27S. Comporative study of selected 
works by women wnte5 of several countries, expbring points of intereertion ond 
di«eigence in women's literary leptesentnhons. 
0101(14880) Richter,S. IuTh6:00pm-9:l5pm (S0H2120) 

0201(14881) Moisto.M IuIh6:00pm-9;15pm(SQH 1103) 

WMST325 The Sociolog) of Gender 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSiry lierequsite: 3 aedm ol iooohgy. tko oHeied as SOCY 32S. Oedil wil k 
gmled hi only one ol Ik hkwing: WMSf 32S or SOCY 32S. Inshtutionol bases of 
gender rales and gender inequality, cuhuiol perspechves on gender, gender sodallzo- 
hon, feminism, and gender-rale change. Emphosis on contemporary Amehcon society. 
0101(14891) Hunt,). MluWIh 12:20pm-2;10pm (COL 3109) 

2221(14892) STAFF MW1:00pro4:20pm (ASY2309) 

WMSI326 Biology of Reproduction 
13) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

ftereguisite: B/OI lOS or ixmssion ol depaitmeol. Ako oheied oi /OOi 326 Oedil 
irf be granled la only one ih' Ik hSowing: WMSI 326 or lOOl 326. The biology of 



the reproductive system with emphosis on mammals and. In parhcular, on human 
reproduchon. Hormone ochons, sperm produrtion, ovulohon, sexual differenhotion, 
sexuol behovioi, controcepnon, pregnoncy, loflnhon, motemol behavior and 
menopause. 

0101(14902) Roberts, R. MTuWThF8:00am-9:20om (ZOP1250) 
WMST336 Ps)'cholog> of Women 
13) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisiie. PSK WO. Also oHeied oifSK 336. Oedil will k gmled hi only one 
ol Ihe lollowing: WMST 336 or fS/f 335. A study of Ihe biology, M«pon develop- 
ment, socinlizotion, personality, mentol tieolth, ond speclol Issues of women. 

0101(14912) STAFF MTuWIhF 12:30pm-1 :50pm (PIS 1140) 

WMST400 Theories of Feminism 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisile: one couise inWMSToio course aosslisled wilb o WMST course. 4 shidy 
of the mulhplic^ of feminist theohes which hove been developed to explnin women's 
posihon in the fomlly, the workploce, and society. Mojor feminist wiihngs ore consid- 
ered In Ihe context of then historicol moment and In the context of the Intellectual tro- 
dihons to which they lelote. 

0101(14922) STAFF MTuTh ll:00am-1:15pm (KEY 0120) 

WMST471 Women's Health 

(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 
DIVERSriY A/so offerer) os HLTH 471 Oedil will k gmled lot only one ol Ibe lollow- 
ing: WMSl 471 or HLTH 471. Die women's heolth movement hom Ihe perspertive of 
consumerism ond feminism. The physlcinfrpotlent relohonship in the gynecologicol and 
other medicol selhngs. The gynecologicol exom, gynecologicol problems, controcep- 
hon, oboition, piegnoncy, bieost ond cervical concer and surgical procedures. 
Psychological ospects of gynecologicol concems. 
0101(14932) Spies,). MTuWIhF ll:00am-12:20pm (HHP 1303) 

0102(14933) Simson,S. MW5:30pm-9:00pm (HHP 0301) 
0201(14934) Ko.M. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:10pm (HHP 1301) 

WMS1498A Advanced Special Topics in 
Women's Studies: Women in 
Politics 

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

0101(14944) Oowlsho,K. TuTh9:30om-12:50pm ()MZ0H8) 

WMST499 Independent Study: IndiNidual 
Study in Women's Studies (femKeql 

(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD 

Individuol Instrartion course; contort deportment or instrartoi to obtoin sertion num- 
ber. Prerequisite: 3 hours of WAKT and junior standing. 

WMST699 Independent Stud\ (PermKeql 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 

Individuol Instrartion course: contort deportment or instractor to obtain sechon num- 
ber By pemiKsion of inshuctor only. 



ZOO! Zoology 



(Life Sciences) 

Ihe foltowing courses may Invoke the use of onlmak. Shidents who ore concerned 
about the use of onimols m teoching hove the lesponslbiilty to contort the instractor, 
pnoi to course enrollment, to delemiine whertiei onimols ore to be used In the cou5e, 
whether doss exercises involving onimols ore ophonol oi required and whot oltemo- 
Itves, if ony ore ovoiloble. 

ZOQ1201 Human .\nalomy and Physiolog)' I 
(4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: life Sconce Lob (11) Pieteqiiisile: 8101 lOSoieqmilent. Anatomy and physi- 
ology of the skeletol, musculor, neural, endocrine, and sensory systems. Not accepted 
OS aedit rawonl the zoology mojor 
0)01(15007) Kopp, ). MTuWIhF H:30am-l2:50pm(70P 1250) 

TuWIh830am-n:30am(20P 0205) lob 
0102 05008) Kopp,). MTuWIhF 11 :30om-l 2:50pm (ZOP 1250) 

TuWIh l:00pm4:00pm (ZOF 0205) lob 
0103(15009) Kopp,). MIuWIhF ll:30om-12:50pm(70P1250) 

luWIh 4 00pm-7:00pm (ZOP 0205) lob 



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ZO0L202 Human Anatomy and Physiology 11 

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

Pieiequisile lOOi 20} oi permssm ol deparlmiit Anatomy ond physiology of the 

cordiovosculor, respirotory, immune, digestive, urinory and reproductive systems. Not 

Kcepted OS aedit toward the zoology major 

0201(15019) SIAff MTuWIhFll:30am-)2;50pm (PIS 1140) 

IuVmi8:30om-H:30am(ZOP 0205) lob 

0202 (15020) SIAff l«IuWThf ll:30am-12:50pm (PLS 11401 

luWThlOOpm-lOOpmiZOP 0205) Lob 

0203(15021) SIAff MluWIhf 1 1 ;30om-l 2;50pm (PLS 1 1 40) 

IuWIh4;OOpm-7:00pm(ZOP 0205) Lob 

Z00L21I Cell Biology and Physiolog) 

(4) Gfode Method: RfG/P-F/AUD. 

fmequisilei: BIOl lOS, and CHEM }03. Biocbemiral ond physiologicol mechanisms 

undedying cellulor hmction. Properties of cells which moke We possible ond mecho- 

nisms by which (elk provide energy, reproduce, and regulote and rntegiote with eoch 

other and their environment 

0101(15031) Compton, R, MluWIhf Il:30am-I2:50pm (PIS 1130) 

Iumh8:30om-ll :30am (ZOP 0207) lob 

0103(15033) Compton, R, MluWIhf ll:30am-12:50pm (PIS 1130) 

IuWIhl:00pm4:00pm(ZCP020Z)lab 

Z00L299 Supplemental Study in Zoology 

(Pemlteql 

(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-P/AUO. 

0101(15044) SIAff Time ond room to be orranged 

0201(15045) SIAff lime ond room to be arranged 

ZOOL309H Honors Independent Stud\ (Permgeqj 
(1-4) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contort deportment to moke nrrnngemenls. 
0101(15055) STAFF lime ond room to be onnnged 

0201(15056) STAFF lime ond room to be ononged 

Z00L318H Honors Research (FemKeql 
(1-2) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contort deportment to moke orrongements, 
0101(15066) SIAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

0201(15067) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

Z00L319 Special Problems in Zoology (PermKeqj 
(1-3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indivrduol Instiuchon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sechon num- 
ber. Contort deportment to moke arrangements. 

Z00L326 Biologv' of Reproduction 

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

heiequisite: SIOl I OS or peraiission of department, ilso alfewd as WHSJ 326. 
Oedit will be granted hi only one ol lite lollomng: 1001 326 of WMS7 326. The 
biology of the reprodurtive system with emphnsis on mommols ond, in poiticulor, on 
human reprodurtion. Hormone ortions, sperm piodurtion, ovulolon, sexuol dJferentio- 
hon, sexuol behovior, controcephon, pregnancy, lactation, motemni behavior and 
menopause. 
0101(15079) Roberts, R. MIuWIhF8:0Oam-9:20om (ZOP 1250) 
Applies toward Biological Sciences speciolizohon areas: PNNB, ZOCl, 6GEN ond 
GENB. 

Z00L328Z Selected Topics in Zoology: Field 
Research IPermfeql 
(1-3) Grode Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(1 5089) SIAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

0201(15090) SIAFF lime and room to be ononged 

Z001360 Principles of Animal Behavior 

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

PrereqiMttes: BIOL 105 and BIOL 106 and BIOl 222. Study ol onimol behavior with 
emphasis on its evolution ond hjnclion. Topics include genetic basis of behovior, commu- 
nication, aggression, foraging, cooperohon, mote selertion and relevance tor conserva- 
tion. 

0101(15100) Lohr,B. MTuWll:OOom-l 2:20pm (PLS 1184) 

Thll:OOom-l:40pm (PLS 1184) Dis 

Applies to Biologicol Sciences specliznhon oreos: PHNB, ZOOL, MARB, BEES, EEBB, 

BGEN, and GENB. 



Z001375 Biological Oceanography 
(3) Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pteteqoiiitey BIOL 106 andlQOL 210. Fundomentols of biologicol processes in the 
worid's oceans, emphasizes ecology of monne organisms ond bow ocean chemistry 
and oceon crrculohon influence biologicol processes such as produchon, drspersol, ond 
food cboin dynomics. 

0101(15110) Sebens,K. 

Meets 06/01/98-06/19/98 MIuVmiF 9:30om-12:10pm (PLS 1115) 

Applies to Biological Sciences Speciolizohon Areos: MARB, EEBB, BEES, ZOOL, 

BGEN, ond GENB. 

Z001381 Natural History of the Chesapeake 
Bay 

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

Prerequisite: a course in biologrcol sciences or peiwission ol depaitment. Considerohon 
of the mojor groups of orgonisms ossocioted with the Chesopeoke Boy and current 
issues Ihot deleimine humons' present and hjlure uses for the Chesopeoke and its 
bioto. 
02C1 (15120) SmolI.E. MTuWIhF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm (ZOP 0283) 

Acceploble towards Biologicol Sciences speciolizohon oreos: ZOOL, EEBB, BEES, 
MARB, BGEN, ond GENB. 

ZOOL390 Vertebrate Zoology 

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

Pieiequisites: SlOi / 06 and lOOL 210 oi permission ol department An inttodurtion 
to the notorol history of vertebrates, their evoluhonory history, polterns of geographic 
distnbulion ond systemofics. 
0201(15130) Gill,D. 

Meets 07/1 3/98-07/3 1 /98 MIuWIhF 8:O0om-5:0Opm (ZOP 0275) 
ZOOL 390 ond ZOOL 391 will be taught in on integrated fotmot during the first 
three weeks of summer session II. Students must register for both ZOOL 390 and 
ZOOL 391 (4 credits). Applies to BIOL speciolizohon oreos: ZOOL, MARB, EEBB, 
BEES, BGEN ond GENB. 

ZOOL391 Vertebrate Zoolog)' Field Trips 
(II Grade Method: REG/P-F/AUD.' 

Pieiequisites: BIOL 106 andlOOL 210 oi permission of department. Coiequisite: 
lOOL 390. Field trips to observe vertcbrotes and to inshtuhons where scienfihc 
research on vertebrates is being condurted. 
0201(15140) Gill,D. 

Meets 07/13/98-07/31/98 MluWIhf 8:00am-5:00pm (ZOP 0275) 
ZOOL 390 and ZOOL 391 will be lought in nn integrated fomol during die first 
three weeks of summer session II, Students must register lor bodi ZOOL 390 and 
ZOOL 391 (4 credits). Applies to BIOL speciolizohon areas: ZOOL, MARB, EEBB, 
BEES, BGEN ond GENB, 

ZOOL430 Developmental Biology 

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

Pieiequisites: lOOL 211 and BIOL 222. Stiurtural, hinrtionol ond regulatory events 
and mechanisms that operate duhng development to produce on integrated, mulhcellu- 
loi oigonism composed of a mulhtude of diflerenhoted cell types. 
0201(15150) Goode.M. MIuWIhF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm (ZOP 1 234) 

Acceptohle townrds Biologicol Sciences specializohon areas: PHNB, ZOOL, CMBG, 
BGEN ond GENB. 

ZO0L609 Special Pioblems in Zoology (Pemlteql 

(1-6) Grode Method: REG/AUD. 
Indwrdual Instrurtion course: contort department oi instructor to obtain section num- 
ber. Contort deportment to moke arrangements. 

ZOOL708 Advanced Topics in Zoology 

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

Individuol Insliurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to obtoin sertion number. 



Z00L799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) Grade Method: REG. 

Indhriduol Instnjction course: contort deportment or instnirtoi to obtoin sechon number. 

Z00L899 Doctoral Dissertation Research 

IPemKeql 

(1-8) Grade Method: REG. 

Individuol Instrurtion course: contort deportment or instiurtot to obtain sertion number. 



COURSE 



LISTING 



61 



REGISTERING THROUGH MARS (Maryland Automated Registration System-Phone-ln) 



Use MARS for all schedule adjustments such 
as additional adds, drops, grading method 
changes and credit level changes. 

MARS HELPLINE: (301) 314-1600 
When to Call Mars 

Summer Session I: Call MARS March 30- 

May 29 

Summer I Classes begin: June 1 

Summer Session II: Call MARS March 30- 

July 10 

Summer II Classes begin: July 13 

Hours of Operation 

Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 1 1 :00 p.m. 

Sunday: 5:00 p.m. - 1 1 :00 p.m. 

For information on who is eligible to use 

MARS, see page 10 of this catalogue. 

HOWTO USE MARS 

1 . Select courses from this catalog. Note sec- 
tion 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 nght of 
the section number in parenthesis. The 
INDEX NUMBER is used to identify your 
courses selection to MARS. 
Read course listings carefully. Some cours- 
es 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 10-12 of this catalogue. Failure to 
pay bills by specified dates on page 1 1 
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 8 for 
cancellation deadlines and information. 
PIN - Personal Identification Number. PINs 
have been assigned to all eligible undergrad- 
uate students. If you misplace, forget or feel 
the confidentiality of your PIN has been jeop- 
ardized, you can request a new number at the 
Information Counter, first floor Mitchell 
Building. You will need to provide photo identi- 
fication. Question? Call (301) 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 8 of this catalogue. 




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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). "i't'^^^HI a ^> ^~ 

4. Select Registration/Schedule Adjustment from the Registration Activities menu (Option 1). kE^f^' \#\l 1^^ 

5. Enter your student ID number (usually your social security number) - - num i^nc cL-.omcfecineAjistrcon s,,.,i- -i 

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 

CODE 

H 3 

m ij 

u #} 

SI 1} 

m a 

s j] 

8. Press # after entering your transactions. This # signals tlie 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: 1=Regular 2=Pass/Fail 3=Audit 4=Satisfactory/Fail 

2 INDEX NUMBER ## OR 4## to list courses with grading method 
DROP A COURSE: CHANGE CREDIT LEVEL: 

3 INDEX NUMBER ## (Limited to variable credit level courses) 

OR 3## , MARS will list your courses and prompt you to press 8 INDEX NUMBER * NUMBER OF CREDITS ## 

1 to drop or to continue (Example: 2 credits=02) 

CHANGE GRADING METHOD: OR 8## to list courses with credit levels 

(Limited to variable grading method courses) LIST YOUR SCHEDULE: 

4 INDEX NUMBER -GRADING METHOD ## 5## 

WAITLIST FEATURE: 

7 # # 



Summer Course Registration Form 



1998 Summer Session II 



This form should be used for the SECOND Summer Session only. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by July 3, 1998. 

Complete the entire form. Do not write in shaded areas. 

Currently-enrolled, newly-admitted, and visiting summer students who have already applied can register on the Internet at w 



/.testudo.umd.edu (see p. 6), 



LAST NAME 



FIRST 



Ml 



SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



Were you registered at the University of Maryland 
College Park SPRING 1998? 

YES NO 

If NO: 
Please read Admission Information in this Catalogue. 



( 



ASSISTANT DEAN'S 
STAMP AND SIGNATURE 

MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS 

ON ACADEMIC Vi/ARNING 

OR DISMISSAL. 



STUDENT SIGNATURE 



DAYTIME PHONE NUMBER 



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 


Suffix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit 
Level 


Waitlist 
Position 




/f/m' 


m 


J 


02 ^^ 


:£^: 


l.[J 


e:> 










02 
















02 
















02 
















02 
















02 









ALTERNATE 

SECTIONS OR 

INDEX NUMBERS: 







































RESTRICTED COURSE 
AUTHORIZATION 


STAMP 


SIGNATURE 




























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 ='^^'"'- 

wRiTE SECURITY* 








- 




- 










AND POSITION: 


IN THIS 
















SPACE 


PREFIX 


NUMBER 


Suffix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit 
Level 


Waillis! 
Position 










02 








/ 




1 

1 










02 








/ 


/ 


1 
1 










02 








/ 


/ 


I 










02 








/ 


/ 


' 1 

1 

1 










02 








/ 


1 
1 


1 










02 








/ 


1 
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. 



NAME 


Registration Verification and Signature: 


ADDRESS 


CITY, STATE, ZIP 





65 



Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student Application 1998 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK 



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



Please read the application instructions on pages 13-15 to determine if you must complete this application. 
Please do not write in shaded areas. 



1 ) Have you previously attended daytime courses at University of Maryland at College Park? 

Yes If yes. when did you take your first daytime class at College Park? Month Year_ 

No If no, there is a $45 non-refundable application fee ($65 for international students). 

Please attach a check or money order made payable to the University of Maryland. 

Write your social security number on your check or money order 



U.S. Social Security Number 



Number & Street of Present Mailing Address 



Apartment City 



Middle Name 



State Zip Code 

I 6) Male I Female 



County 



Country 

8) Former Last Name , 



Area Code & Telephone Number 



MM D D Y Y 

9) Please check the appropriate box below: The information on this item is requested solely for the purpose of determining compliance with federal civil rights laws. 
Your response is completely voluntary and will not affect consideration of your application. By providing this information, you will assist us in assuring that this program 
is administered in a nondiscriminatory manner. 

D American Indian or Alaskan Native D Black D Asian or Pacific Islander D Hispanic n White CD Other 



10) Are you a United States citizen? D Yes D No If no, please complete the following: 

Country of birth Country of Citizenship TVpe of visa_ 

Alien registration number Date issued Date of expiration_ 



1 1 ) Please check one: 
n high school graduate 

D currently enrolled at another college/university 
n college/university graduate 
n former University of Maryland. College Park student 



NOTE: Current University of Maryland, College Park 
students do not need to apply for summer admission. 



12) Have you previously applied for admission to the University of Maryland. College Park? n Yes D No 
If yes. 

Type of Program: D Undergraduate D Graduate 
TermA'ear Applied for: Dates of attendance, if applicable: 



13) List the high school from which you graduated. Also list the college or university you currently attend or last attended. 



D 



Name of High School or GED 


City, State 


Attendance Date 
Month and Year 


Graduation Date 


Cumulative GPA 








From 


Through 








1 1 1 


1 1 1 




College/University 








Credits Earned 


Graduation Date 


Degree Obtained 









14) Are you currently attending the last institution mentioned? D Yes D No 

15) Are you in good academic standing at all previously attended institutions? D Yes D No 
If no, please explain 



16) If you wish to be considered for in-state tuition status, please complete the information on the back of this form. 

17) Signature Date 



High School 



1 I 1 1 I 1 1 


College Board Code 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 



Previous Institution Code 



67 



IN-STATE TUITION STATUS 

In-state tuition status is granted to applicants who demonstrate permanent Maryland state residency, or dependence on another person with permanent Maryland 
state residency To be considered for in-state tuition status, every item on this page must be answered completely. Use N/A for any item that does not apply to 
your situation. The Office of Undergraduate Admissions may contact the applicant for a clarification or for additional information if necessary. 

1 . Name of applicant (student): . 2. Social Security Number: 



3. Please check one: 

n a. I am seeking to demonstrate financial dependence on a parent, court-appointed legal guardian, or spouse who is a permanent Maryland resident and who has either provided 

more than one half of my financial support for the past twelve months or has claimed me as a dependent on his or her most recent income tax returns. The person providing 

financial support is listed in item 4 and he or she (not the applicant) will answer items 5 through 15. 
D b. I am seeking to demonstrate financial independence and permanent residence in the state of Maryland. I have earned taxable income which covered one half or more of my 

expenses for the past twelve months and I have not been claimed as a dependent on another person's most recent income tax returns. I (the applicant) will answer items 4 

through 15. 

4. Name Relationship to applicant If spouse, date of marhage 

If legal guardian, date of court appointment 



Home address City State . 

Length of time at home address: Years Months (If less than 12 months, then provide previous address information.) 

Previous address City State 

Length of time at previous address: Years Months 

For items 5 through 14, the person named in item 4 should check YES or NO for each question and complete all blanks. 
Use N/A for any item that does not apply to your situation. 

YES NO 

n D 5. Are you a full-time active member of the U.S. Armed Forces? 

a. If yes, attach copy of most recent assignment orders and indicate date of expected separation from the military 



b. If yes, are you stationed in Maryland or have you established Maryland as your home of residency? D Yes D No If yes, effective date . 

6. Are you a part-time (50%) or full-time "permanent" employee of the University of Maryland? 

a. If yes, attach verification of permanent/regular employment. 

7. Are you a citizen of the United States? 

a. If non-citizen, type of visa b. Date visa issued c. Expiration date of visa 



d. If permanent resident, alien registration number e. Date of issue f. Expires . 

n n 8. Are all, or substantially all, of your possessions in Maryland? 

n n 9. Are you registered to vote? 

a. If yes, in what state? b. Date of registration 



10. Do you possess a valid driver's license? 

a. If yes, in what state? b. Initial date of issue c. Most recent date of issue . 



11. Are all owned motor vehicles registered in Maryland? 

a. If yes, first vehicle's initial date of registration b. Most recent date of registration c. Date of purchase 

d. If yes, second vehicle's initial date of registration e. Most recent date of registration f. Date of purchase . 



12. Have you paid Maryland state Income tax for the most recent year on all earned income including taxable income earned outside of Maryland? 

a. Check the actual years you have filed a Maryland state income tax return: n 1997 D 1996 D 1995 

b. Check the actual years you have filed another state's income tax return: D 1997 D 1996 D 1995 

c. If you did not file a tax return in Maryland for the most recent year, state reason(s): 



I I LJ 13. Is Maryland state income tax currently being withheld from your pay? 
a. If no, stale reason(s): 



I I LJ 14. Do you receive any public assistance from a state or local agency other than one in the State of Maryland? 

a. If yes, please explain 



I certify that the information provided in items 3 through 14 is complete and correct. I understand that the University reserves the right to request additional information if 
necessary. In the event the University discovers that false or misleading information has been provided, the applicant may be billed by the University retroactively to recover 
the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition for the current and subsequent semesters. 



15. 

X.O Signature of person completing items 4 through 14 

68 



Visiting Graduate Summer Student Appiication 1998 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK 



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



Are you claiming Maryland residency? LJ yes LJ no (If yes, complete the back of tfiis application) 

Have you ever applied to our Graduate School before either as an Advanced Special or Degree Seeking Student? 

Do you qualify for the Golden I.D. fee waiver? IZI yes IZl no 

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



rH no n yes Year_ 



cn 



]Qnnnn 



G R A D 



SUMMER 


1998 





Last Name 

Present Address: 



Phone Numbers: 

Home ( )_ 



Work ( 



Please check one (see page XX for more details): 

n Visiting Graduate Student 

n Institute Student 

LH Advanced Special Student: 
(check one) 

LI a. Bachelor's Degree with 3.0 GPA 
L_l b. Masters or Doctoral Degree 
n c. Bachelor's Degree (4 yrs out) 
CH d.Test Scores, indicated below 



Citizenship D U.S. E] 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: n Male CH Female 



CH Race: American Indian/Native Indian d Hispanic 

n Black, not of Hispanic origin U White 

EH 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. 
An official transcript is required for Advanced Special Student status; an unofficial copy may be attached to expedite the summer registration process. 
Visiting graduate student applicants must submit a letter of permission from their Dean indicating they are in good standing. 


Name of Institution 


Location 


From 


To 


l\/lajor 


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? 
LJ no [H 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? 
n no O 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) 


Date. 


(MAT) 


Date. 


(GMAT) 


Date. 


(TOEFL) 


Date. 



Verbal. 
Score_ 
Score_ 
Score_ 



Quantitative. 



AnalyticaL 



F 

FS 

R 

lES 

GRAD 

SA 



(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) 



69 



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 

I ^ I I 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 _J Yes U No 1996 i Yes C 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 



LJ : ^4. Are you or your spouse a full-time resident of the U.S. Armed Forces? 

If yes, you may omit questions 5-1 6. Please attach a photocopy of most recent orders. 

LJ LJ 5. Current Residence 



Street Address 



Apt.# 



City 



County State Zip 



LJ LJ 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 CH 8. Are you a citizen of the United States? 

If no. type of visa 

Date visa issued 

LJ LJ 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/DA' 

(Dates Ocxupied) 



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 stale? 
If no, please state reason 

14. List actual years and states in which you have filed a tax return in the last 3 years 



LJ LJ 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 



(Stale/Counlrv Tax Year) (State/Country Tax Year) (State/Country Tax Year) 



/ 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 



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. 



70 



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. Locale 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, ( 301) 314-8385 or 
the Graduate Admissions Office, (301) 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 every student 
each summer session. The fees are therefore entered in 
the amount column for you. 



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 appropriate 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 Student's 
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. 



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. 

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. 



11. 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 



1998 Estimated Billing Form 





SUMMER SESSION I ONLY 


























ESTIMATED BILL FORM 


AMOUNT 1 




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 


$ 




2. 


Non-Resident Tuition 


280 


560 


840 


1,120 


1,400 


1,680 


1,960 


2,240 


2,520 


2,800 








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 








5. 


Mandatory Fees 
For All Students 


Academic Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Student Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Health Fee $6 


$ 


6 


00 




Building Rec Fee $21 


$ 


21 


00 


6. 


On-Campus Housing 
(attach Residence Halls Agreement Form) 


Six Weeks $639.03 


$ 






Eight Weeks $852.04 


$ 




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) 


$ 




10. 


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 


$ 




2. 


Non-Resident Tuition 


280 


560 


840 


1,120 


1,400 


1,680 


1,960 


2,240 


2,520 


2,800 








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 








5. 


Mandatory Fees 
For All Students 


Academic Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Student Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Health Fee $6 


$ 


6 


00 




Building Rec Fee $21 


S 21 


00 


6. 


On-Campus Housing 
(attach Residence Halls Agreement Form) 


Six Weeks $639.03 


$ 






Eight Weeks $852.04 


$ 




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 


$ 





' You must pick up your permit at the Department of Campus Parking Office. 



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 



Mastercard CJ 



^H VISA D 



Discover Card [U 



Customer Account Number . 
Effective Date 



Expiration Date 



Your Signature . 



72 



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 age 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 17 will 
priority consideration for single rooms, roommate preferences, other assignment preferences, and "interim occupancy." 
Agreements received after April 17 will be assigned in their date-received order. 

NOTICE of your assignment will be mailed 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, religion, 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 grajit use of the assigned space, residence hall common areas, or grounds for any 
unauthorized puipose; 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 proce- 
dures 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 
rcsponsibihties to student health, safenr', and well-being; (b) maintain, operate, or renovate 
^cilities: (c) reassign rooms to students of the opposite sex; or (d) consolidate groups of res- 
idents for reasons of security or closing a portion of a residence hail. 

GtJESTS. A guest may stay in the assigned space only with the concurrence of the room- 
mates(s) and for no more than three consecutive nights. Resident Life may invoke limita- 
tions of the guest privileges. Guest(s) must abide by established University/Resident Life 
regulations. 

SAFETY AND SECURITY. The resident agrees to take primary responsibility' for his/her 
own safetT.- and securit\' and for the safet\- and securin.' of his/her residence hall community. 
The L'niversit\- and Resident Life will work cooperatively with residents to promote a safe 
and secure en\*ironment. The resident agrees to read and abide by security poUcies and pre- 
cautions stated in Universit>' publications. 

TV. AdTninistrative Procedures 

ROOM E>rrRY, INSPECTION. AND PROPERTY REMOVAL tl) The University 
resenes the right to enter rooms for purposes of (a) improvements; (b) inspection and main- 
tenance; (c) recovery of UniversirT.7State-owned properr.' which is not authorized for use in 
the assigned space; (d) fire and safety inspeaion; and (e) actions necessar\' to insure the safe- 
ty, health and general wel^c of the resident or others and/or the protection of University 
or student propeny. (2) A resident's request for maintenance and repair constitutes his/her 
consent for room entr\-. ^Tiile entry without notice may be necessary, anempts will be 
made to provide prior notification whenever feasible. (3) The University respects the resi- 
dent's right to privao' within his/her room. ^Tien entry or inspection is required, reason- 
able considerarion 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 expirarion 
of this Agrecmenr-, (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 by such removal 
may be assessed to the resident. 

LIABILITY FOR DAMAGES. (1 ) The student will be assessed charges for damage, loss or 
speaal service (e.g., cleaning) due to misuse or abuse of his/her assigned space and the State 
property contained therein. ^Tien 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 res- 
idential 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 special service 
to the common areas or to Univcrsirv- properrv within the residential facility. 

RELEASE FROM AGREEMENT PRIOR TO CLAIMING SERVICES. The Universitv- 



will release an individual from this Agrfnnmt 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 1 1 , 1998 
for Session 1 or June 22, 1998 for Session II. If notice is received after these dales, and 
before services are claimed at check-in (i.e., keys issued), the individual, regardless of 
his/her University status at the date of release from this Agreement, will be charged as fol- 
lows: 



CANCELLATION FEES 


Notice for Session I' Notice for Session II 




By Amount 


By 


Amount 


May 1 1 $0.00 


June 22 


$0.00 


May 12-17 S51.06 


June 23-28 


$51.06 


May 18-24 SI 02. 12 


June 29-July 5 


$102.12 


May 25-31 SI 53. 18 


July 6-12 


$153.18 


No-show/No notice $204.24 


No-show/No notice 


$204.24 


to Resident Life 


to Resident Life 




'8-u.rek classes that begin on June 1 are subjea Co the same carueUation dates and fees as \ 


Session I. Cancellations from MEI registrants must he received by May 25 


o 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. ^XTien an individual (1) foils to properly claim the 
assigned space and has not secured release from this Agreement prior to the deadline for 
claiming services, or (2) faik 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 wiU 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 
proof from the student of withdrawal from all summer sessions course work. 

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 
information 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 pan. 
(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 Univcrsir\' residential facility, or (4) University focilities are 
found to be inadequate in number or ph^'sical condition. 

CREDITS AND REFUNDS. Release from this Agreement must be secured by Resident 
Life Assignments oflBce before any approved credit of housing or telecommunication fees 
may be initiated. Appropriate housing and telecommunication charges arc assessed for ser- 
vices from the week during which ser>'ices 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 ot 
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. 



DEPARTMENT OF RESIDENT LIFE • UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 



SUMMER 1998 RESIDENCE HALLS AGREEMENT 



LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI 



FEMALE a 
MALE □ 



STUDENT ID No. 



HOME ADDRESS 



CITY 



STATE 



ZIPCODE 



HOME PHONE 



Are you a Graduate student? 


Qyes 


□no 


Do you want consideration 






for a single room? 


□yes 


□no 


Do you smoke? 


□yes 


□no 


Do you object to a roommate 






who smokes? 


□yes 


□no 


Roommate Preference 






NAME 


STUDENT 1D# 1 




Do you live in UM Residence Halls now? | 


□no CDves 






Room and Hall 






Additional $102.12 enclosed so 


lely by current on-campus| 


resident in order to request car 


npiis housing 


from end of 


finals in May to start of Sum 


Tier Session I 


Subiea to 


Resident Life approval and according to "interim occupancy"] 


procedures. 








□yes 


□no 



Dates of Occupancy/Payment 



Q Session I only: May 31 - July 10 

$639.03 ($612.75 housing + $26.28 telecom) 

□ Session II only: July 1 1 - August 21 
$639.03 ($612.75 housing + $26.28 telecom) 

□ Sessions I & II: May 31 - August 21 
$1,278.06 ($1,225.50 housing + $52.56 telecom) 

□ 8-week course: May 3 1 - July 24 

$852.04 ($817.00 housing + $35.04 telecom) 

Q Maryland English Institute: June 14 - August 7 
$852.04 ($817.00 housing + $35.04 telecom) 



I understand that I am obligated to accept summer 
residence halls housing and resident telecommunication 
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 



BIRTHDATE 



PARENT SIGNATURE 

(if student is under 1 8 years of age) 



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 Hve 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. 

/. Parameters of the Agreement 

ELIGIBILITY. Individuals must be single students without dependents at the College Park 
Campus. 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 May 31, 
1998 to 7pm August 21, 1998 for Session I and II registrants; from May 31, 1998 to 7pm 
July 1 0, 1 998 for Session I only registrants; ft-om July 11 , 1 998 to 7pm August 2 1 , 1 998 for 
Session II only registrants; from May 31, 1998 to 7pm July 24, 1998 for 8-week registrants; 
and from June 14, 1998 to 7pm August 7, 1998 for Maryland English Institute (MEI) reg- 
istrants. 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. 

//. 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 unin- 
terrupted 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, religion, or national origin. Except for 



cases that involve disciplinary action, summer housing does r 
for housing in any subsequent academic term. 



t affect an individual's request 



Available accommodations normally arc 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 ftill 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 payment 



in ftill to the Office of the Bursar by the published priority deadline will be submitted in a 1 
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, water, electrici- 
ty, 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 wiD provide each resident: bed, mattress, dresser, desk 
and chair set, telephone line and data line. The University will provide ipach student room 
with window shade or blinds, ctoset{s), windov/ 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) tele- 
phone 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 pri- 
vate basis, and additional charges for these services shall be paid for by the resident. 

///. Responsibilities of Residents 

CARE OF FACILITIES. (1) The resident accepts responsibility and agrees to be held 
accountable for his/her actions, for the actions of his/her guest(s), and the proper use and i 
care of the residential facilities, assigned space, common areas, and University property. The j 
resident also agrees to report promptly any interruptions of service or needed repairs. (2) 
The resident agrees to taike reasonable action to protect residential facilities and property! 
from wanton, reckless or negligent damage; refrain from encouraging or participating in 
activities which cause damage; repon damages; and assist the University in identifying 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 res- 
ident 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 under- 1 
stands that his/her behavior should be conducive to the pursuit of academic goals, as well as 
individual 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 regulations 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 trans- 1 
fer of University keys; disruptive/destructive behavior; behavior such as intimidation or 
harassment which threatens the property, safety, security, health, or well-being of others;, 
improper use of fire/safety or building security equipment; and threats to or interference 
with University staff in the performance of their duties. Violation of rules and regulations 
can 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 members or of hii 
self/herself, disciplinary and/or administrative action, including termination 
of this Agreement, may be taken. 



I 



DhPARl MENT OF RESIDENT EIFE • UNIVERSITY OE MARYLAND 



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.Willioms 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 


CRC 


Campus Recreotion Center 


068, J-5 


CAR 


Caroline Hall 


070, E-3 


CRL 


Carroll Hall 


065, E-3 


CEC 


Cecil Hall 


017, D-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 


Donee Building 


053, D-3 


DEN 


Denton Holl 


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 


EllicottHall 


256, 1-4 


EGR 


Engineering Classroom Building 


088, F-6 


EGL 


Engineering Lab BIdg 


089, F-6 


ERB 


Engineering Research Building 


093, G-6 


ERD 


Frederick Hall 


029, D-4 


GRT 


Gorrett Hall 


031,0-3 


GEO 


Geology Building 


237, F-5 


HAG 


Hogerstown Hall 


258, 1-4 


HAR 


Harrison Lab 


002, E-6 


HRE 


Harford Hall 


014,0-4 


HBK 


Hombake Undergrad Library 


147, F-5 


HJP 


H.J. Patterson Building 


073, F-4 



HHP 


Health and Human Performonce 


255, 1-5 


HZF 


Holzapfel Hall 


074, F-4 


HOW 


Howard Hall 


028, D-3 


IPT 


Inst, ot 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 


LEE 


LeFrak Hall 


038, E-3 


MTH 


Mafhemotics Building 


084, F-5 


MCK 


McKeldin Library 


035, F-3 


MCB 


Micrabiology Building 


231,6-4 


MNT 


Montgomery Hall 


032, C-4 


MMH 


Marie Mount Holl 


046, E-4 


MOR 


Morrill Holl 


040, E-3 


PHY 


Physics Building 


082, F-5 


PKT 


Preinkert Field House 


054, F-3 


PGG 


Prince George's Hall 


021,0-4 


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, [-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 Holl 


076, F-5 


TAL 


Tolbot Hall 


030, D-4 


TLF 


Talioferro Holl 


043, E-4 


TYD 


Tydings Hall 


042, E-3 


TWS 


Tawes Fine Arts Building 


141,0-3 


VMH 


Van Munching Holl 


039, E-2 


WSH 


Woshington Hall 


023, D-4 


WIC 


Wicomico Hall 


069, E-3 


WDS 


Woods Hall 


047, E-4 


WTU 


Wind Tunnel 


081,6-6 


WOR 


Worcester Hall 


051, F-3 


ZOP 


Zoology/Psychology Building 


144,6-4 



75 



A 



B 



C 



D 



E 



7 



University of Maryland 




Visitor Services 
(301)314-9866 

Directory on Back 

Campus Operator: (301) 405-1000 

Visitor Center: (301) 314-7777 



bk DISABLED PARKING 
»^ MOTORCYCLE PARKING 

? METERED PARKING 
C=a PUBUC EMERGENCY RESPONSE TELEPHONE 




To Melro Rail Station (Green Line). Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute 
Patapsco BIdg (University Printing. Travel Office. TERP Service! 
Central Receiving, and 4J. 



PtrUiif Lot Rortrictions 



Parking Lot 

(Lot ») 






Parking Lot 

(Lot #) 

>II4 LM f rtnan R«4a^ 

t VkjM rtciiitr/sttn pWnit 



Parking Lot 
(Lot tl) 



Parking Lot ^ ,L 
Lot 11 




Map courtesy of Visitor Serrices and Campus Parking 1997-98 

Computer Aided Design: Domenic Antinucci. Delfoe Trammeil. 
Marc Hudacsko Layoul: Sam Maninez. Laura Miller. Ray Stoner 



77 



Index 



Academic calendar inside b 


]ck cover 


Academic credit 


15 


Academic dishonesty 


15 


Application 




Application form, undergraduate students 


67 


Application form, graduate students 


69 


College Pork undergraduate students 


13 


College Pork graduate students 


14 


Current high school students 


13 


former College Pork students 


14 


High school graduates 


13 


Intemationol students 


14 


Non-degree groduate students 


14 


Prospective undergroduate degree students 


14 


Prospective graduate degree students 


14 


Summer institute students 


14 


Visiting graduate students 


14 


Visiting undergraduate students 


13 


Audit 


15 


Book Store 


17 


Career Center 


18 


Career-oriented courses 


2 


Code of Acodemic Integrity 


15 


Colleges and schools of UM, College Pork 


21 


Computer Services 


18 


CORE Distributive Studies 


20 


CORE Required Courses 


20 


Counseling Center 


19 


Course Listing 


22 


Course load, full-time 


15 


Cultural Events 


4 


Deadlines 


6 


Degree candidates 


15 


Dining service 


17 


Evening Courses 


21 


fees 


10 


Housing (on-compus) fees 


10 


Late payment fee 


10 


Wevj student fees 


10 


Parking fees 


10 


Returned check service charge fees 


10 


Final exominotions 


15 


Housing, on-campus 


16 


Housing — conference, guest and intern 


16 


Libraries 


18 


Mop 


76-77 


Map key 


75 


Notional Orchestral Inshtute 


4 


Parking 


17 


Pass/foil option 


15 



Payment 


10-11 


Delinquent accounts 


11 


Estimated billing form and instructions 


71-72 


Fox-in 


11 


In-person 


11 


Late registrotion fee 


11 


Mail-in 


10 


Payment due schedule 


11 


Phone-in 


10 


Special workshops and institutes 


12 


Phone numbers inside back cover 


Privacy, protection of 


15 


Recreotion 


17 


Registration 




Cancellation 


8 


Change of address 


9 


Current College Park students 


5 


Current high school students 


5 


Fax-in 


7 


Former College Park students 


5 


Golden ID students 


6 


In person 


7 


Intemotional students 


14 


Internet 


6 


Late registration/late payment 


7 


Mail-in 


7 


MARS 


6 


Newly-admitted (foil 1 998) College Pork students 5 


Nonstandard course registration 


8 


Prospective College Pork students 


5 


Registration forms 


63,65 


Schedule/deadlines 


6 


Special workshops and institutes 


9 


University College students 


5 


Veterans 


5 


Visiting groduate students 


5 


Visiting undergraduate students 


5 


Residence Halls Agreement 


73 


Rossborough Festivol 


4 


Schedule deadlines 


6 


Security service 


17 


Shuttle-UM service 


17 


Terrapin Express 

Tiiitinn 


17 


lUIMUM 

Financial aid 


11 


Graduote student tuition 


10 


In-state residency status 


10 


Payment due dotes 


11 


Refund of tuition 


12 


LJndergraduate student tuition 


10 


William Kopell Piano Competition and Festivol 


4 


Workshops and inshtutes 


3 



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