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1999 Summer Course Schedule 
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your summer classes — visit the 
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University of Maryland 

Office of Continued and Extended Educotion 

2103 Reckord Armory 

College Pork, MD 20742 

301.405.6551 

800.71 l.UMCP 

www.inform.edu/summer 



Calendar of Important Dates 



Summer Session I 

Monday, March 29 
Friday, May 21 
Friday, May 28 
Monday, May 3 1 
Tuesday, June 1 
Tuesday, June 1 
Monday, July 5 
Friday, July 9 

Summer Session II 

Monday, March 29 
Friday, July 2 
Friday, July 9 
Monday, July 1 2 
Monday, July 12 
Friday, August 20 

Housing — Summer 

Friday, April 16 
Monday, May 10 

Sunday, May 30 
Monday, June 2 1 

Friday, July 9 

Sunday, July 1 1 
Friday, August 20 



Registration begins for Session 1 

Deadline for mail or fax registration for Session I 

Deadline for registration for Session I 

University closed for Memorial Day 

Session I begins 

Late registration ($20 fee) for Session 1 begins 

University closed for Independence Day 

Session I ends 

Registration begins for Session II 

Deadline for mail or fax registration for Session II 

Deadline for registration for Session II 

Session II begins 

Late registration ($20 fee) for Session II begins 

Session II ends 

Session I and II 

Priority deadline for summer housing requests 

Deadline for release from Residence HaU 

Agreement for Session I 

Residence halls open for Session I residents 

Deadline for release from Residence Hall 

Agreement for Session II 

Session I residents not enrolled in residence halls for 

Session II must vacate by 7 p.m. 

Residence halls open for Session II residents 

Residence halls close 



Important Teleplrone Numbers 



Offices: 






Summer Sessions Office 


telephone 


(301)405-6551 or (800) 711-UMCP 




fax 


(301)314-9572 




email 


summer@umail.umd.edu 




Internet 


wfwfw.inform.umd.edu/summer 




address 


2103 Reckord Armory, 
College Park, MD 20742 


Undergraduate Admissions Office 




(301)314-8385 

email: um-admit@uga.umd.edu 


Graduate Admissions Office 




(301)405-4198 

email: grschool@deans.umd.edu 


Office of the Registrar 




(301)314-8240 

email: testudo@accmail.umd.edu 


Bursar s Office 




(301)405-9041 

email: billtalk@umdacc.umd.edu 


Housing (Office of Resident Life) 




(301)314-2100 

email: reslife@umdacc.umd.edu 


Sfltools and Colleges: 






Agriculture and Natural Resources 




(301)405-2072 


Architecture 




(301)405-6284 


Arts and Humanities 




(301)405-2088 


Behavioral and Social Sciences 




(301)405-1679 


Business and Management 




(301)405-2189 


Computer, Mathematical and 






Physical Sciences 




(301)405-4906 


Education 




(301)405-2364 


Engineering 




(301)405-3855 


Health and Human Performance 




(301)405-2438 


Journalism 




(301)405-2399 


Library and Information Services (Graduate) 


(301)405-2033 


Life Sciences 




(301)405-2071 


Public Affairs (Graduate) 




(301) 405-6330 



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Ti^Bli OF CONTENTS 



Calendar of important dates inside front cover 

Important telephone numbers inside front cover 

About the University of Maryland 

and Summer Sessions 1999 ii 

Application procedures vii 

Registration procedures 1 

Tuition and fees 6 

On-campus housing 9 

Campus Life 10 

Evening course listing 12 

CORE course listing 13 

Course listings Session I 14 

Course listings Session II 41 

Campus map key 61 

Campus map , 62 

MARS (telephone registration) instructions 64 

Estimated Billing Form instructions 65 

Estimated Billing Form 66 

Residence Halls Agreement 67 

Registration form — Session I 69 

Registration form — Session II 71 

Undergraduate application 73 

Graduate application 75 



^ at a premier public 

lHlfTllGr researciT university 



There's been a renaissance at Maryland. Academic 
programs, departments and colleges are quickly 
moving toward the top of national rankings, and 
distinguished faculty and world-class research programs 
are attracting more of the best and brightest students to 
College Park. 

What's the attraction? It's the whole package — quality 
academics, park-like campus, convenient location, great 
financial value, abundant cultural and recreation 
opportunities, and a user-fi-iendly campus culture. 

Outstanding academics make the University a pre- 
mier public research institution; in addition, Maryland 
is a Phi Beta Kappa University, a Research I Institution, 
and home to National Archives II, the world's leading 
library complex. 

The College Park campus sits on 1 ,580 rolling acres 
in a comfortable suburban setting. Restricted pubHc 
access makes it a secure, attractive environment. 

Just 20 minutes from the heart of Washington, D.C., 
Maryland is two miles inside the beltway and 1-95, and a 
short walk from a Metro 
subway station connecting 
the campus to the entire 
Washington/Baltimore 
corridor. Free shuttle buses span 
the campus and link it 
to the subway station and local 
residential neighborhoods. On- 
campus parking is convenient and 
plentiful in the summer. 

Costs are affordable because of 
Maryland's low public-school 



tuition rates — a bargain, even for non-residents, who 
often find College Park's out-of-state rates lower than 
private school tuition. Money Magazine has rated the 
school as one of the nation's best college buys. 

And it's all tied together in a user-friendly culture. 
From application to graduation, campus staff and faculty 
are here to help you get ahead in your education and 
find yourself in today's world. 




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Summer Sessions *99 



You'll find Summer Sessions an intense yet 
focused experience, conducive to both 
accomplishment and enjoyment. Less congestion 
on campus means easier access to parking, student 
services and libraries. The pace is slower. 

You'll have a vast array of courses to choose from, 
many which fill graduation requirements and are 
transferable to other schools (check with your school 
to determine its credit transfer policies). 

If you work during the day, you can get ahead on 
the job by studying in the evening, when many of 
our most popular courses are offered just for your 
convenience. 



Unique academic programs are available during 
the summer, too. College Park Scholars creates 
thematic programs cutting across all disciplines, 
including the arts, children's issues, environmental 
studies, science and research. The University Honors 
Program provides a challenging track for talented, yet 
curious and enthusiastic students. 

Many Summer Sessions courses are taught on a 
six-week schedule, including the same number of 
hours and covering the same material as regular- 
term courses. Classes are taught by College Park 
faculty, meeting the same 
standards of instruction 
and student performance 
expectations as all 
university courses. 




SPICE UP YOUR SUMMER 




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You'll find your job more interesting when you spice it 
up by getting ahead. You can go further with more 
education, and university credentials lead to higher 
earnings. What's more, job growth is fastest in the fields 
requiring more education. 

But taking college courses to get ahead on the job can be a 
tough balancing act when you have a full-time job and family. 

Your answer could be Summer Sessions '99, where 224 
evening courses in 35 disciplines can help you get ahead on 
almost any job — while you're already on the job. College Park is 
convenient to reach by Metro subway or car, and on-campus 
parking is easy to find. The summer culture on campus is user- 
friendly, and money is not a problem — the University of 
Maryland's low, public-school tuition rates are a bargain, even 
for those from outside the state. 

Communicate professionally 

Technical Writing 

Session I, June l-]uly 9 and Session II, July 12-August 20 
Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m. -9: 15 p.m. 
Learn how you can correctly write and format those technical 
papers and reports so important in today's professional world. 
ENGL 393 3 credits 

For more infomation, contact Professional Writing Program, (301) 405-3763 

Oral Communications: Principles and Practices 

Session I, June 1-July 9 and Session II, July 12-August 20 
Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, 6:30 p.m. -9:50 p.m. 
Study and practice oral communications, including principles of 
interviewing, group discussion, listening, informative briefings 
and persuasive speeches. 
COMM107 3 credits 

For more information, contact Department of Communicotion, 

(301)405-6519 

Business Writing 

Session I, June 1-July 9 and Session II, July 12-August 20 
Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday, 6 p.m.-9:15 p.m. 
Learn the principles of rhetoric and style, and intensively 
practice the forms of written communication common in the 
business world — letters, memos, short reports and proposals. 
ENGL 394 3 credits 

For more information, contoct Professional Writing Program, 

(301)405-3763 



Explore business relationsirips 

Business Law I 

Session I, June 1-July 9 • Monday/Wednesday • 6:40 p.m.- 10 p.m. 

Session II, July 12-August 20 • Tuesday/Thursday • 6:40 p.m. -10 p.m. 

Explore legal aspects of business relationships and examine torts, 

business crimes, contracts and agency. Investigate the law of 

personal property and bailment relationships, and survey public 

policy issues. 

BMGT 380 3 credits 

For more information, contact tfie Undergraduate Studies Office at the 
Robert H. Smitti School of Business, (301) 405-2286 

Executive Power and Negotiation 

Session I, June 1-July 9 • Tuesday/Thursday • 6:40-10 p.m. 
Develop negotiations knowledge and skills through study of the 
use of power during bargaining exchanges, effective listening, 
bargaining strategies and tactics, and through the opportunity 
to practice negotiating. 

BMGT 764 3 credits 

For more information, contact the Graduate Studies Office at the 
Robert H. Smith School of Business, (301) 405-2559 

Teaclr special kids 

Introduction to Special Education 

Session I, June 1-June 28 • Monday/Tuesday/Thursday • 7 p.m.-lOp.m. 
Session II, July 9- August 20 • Tuesday/Thursday • 7 p.m. -10 p.m. 
Develop an understanding of the needs of all types of exceptional 
children with this overview of special education, including the 
etiology of disability, categories, basic legislation, and an orienta- 
tion to the key issues involved in educational services. Included 
are the concepts of the individual education plan, least restrictive 
environment, inclusion, individual and parental rights, assess- 
ment, placement and educational outcomes. 
EDSP 470 3 credits 

For more information, contoct Department of Special Education, 

(301)405-6515 




CAREER-ORIENTED COURSES 



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Get ahead of your schedule — and get a jump-start on your 
career — by completing some of those basic required 
courses this simimer. 
Sometimes during regular terms courses fill up before you 
can register, or are just not available when you have a hole in 
your schedule. Don't let scheduling problems leave you 
behind — today's serious students realize that it's smart to get 
ahead on the graduation track. You'U hit the workforce early and 
start bringing home those big paychecks sooner if you get ahead 
of schedule. 

Many of those courses you need are available this summer. 
Maryland's summer term offers you a great opportunit)' to add 
credits you need to graduate early, get your required courses 
completed ahead of schedule, or fit in the courses you haven't 
had time to take. From .\fro- American Studies to Zoology, it's 
here at Maryland this summer — enroll in Summer Sessions '99 
and get ahead on the graduation trackl 



Some of our most popular basic courses can help you spice 
up \-our graduation track: 




English 




Introduction to Writing 


ENGL 101 


Advanced Composition 


ENGL 391 


Business and Management 




Prindples of Accounting 


BMGT221 


Business Finance 


BMGT 340 


Moiketing Principles 


BMGT350 


Monagement and Orgonizoticn Tlieory 


BMGT 364 


Mathematics 




Elementorv Mothemotical Models 


MATH 110 


Introduction to Probobilily 


MATH HI 


Elemenfory Cablus 1 


MATH 220 


Chemistry 




General Chemistiv 1 


CHEM 103 


Organic Chemistiy 1 


CHEM233 


Economics 




Principles of Miaoeconomics 


ECON 200 


Principles of MocroeconomiG 


ECON 201 


Inrennediote Miaceconomic Thecty 


ECON 306 



Tliere are many more courses available this summer- 
for a complete course listing, see page 14. 




PROFESSIONAL COURSES 



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Make this summer your time to delve deeper into things 
you really enjoy. College Park Summer Sessions offer 
courses, institutes and workshops found nowhere else. 
For many, these unique programs offer a once-in-a-lifetime 
opportunit)'. 

Tr\' something new and different — if you're thinking of 
changing majors, take a course or two over the summer to help 
decide which discipline is right for you. Or, enhance your 
resume with career-oriented courses . . . learn about the global 
economy, study another culture, take an introductory course in a 
foreign language. 

Now's the time to expand your knowledge of the world. Take 
some interesting courses just for the sake of learning. Become a 
better conversationalist. Impress your friends and relatives — or 
just do it for the sake of being a well-rounded individual! 

Explore tl?e arts 

Perspectives on Popular Culture: Television Situation Comedy 

Session II, July 12- August 20 • MondayWednesday • 6 p.m. -9:20 p.m. 
Examine American television situation comedy from social and 
cultural perspectives, from the late 1940s to the present, estab- 
lishing recurring themes, structures and conventions. Explore 
the sit-com as a vehicle to articulate the family's attitudes, values, 
concerns, hopes and fears on matters of considerable importance 
to the American viewing audience - such as racial and ethnic 
identities, sex and gender issues, and social class. 
AMST429E 3 credits 

For more informotion, contact Prof. L E. Mintz at (301) 405-1360 

Film Analysis — ^The Rhetoric of Fictional Worlds 

Session I, June 1 to July 9, and 

Session II, July 12-August 20 • Tuesday/Thursday • 6:30-10 p.m. 
Look beyond film as a "window" into reality and see instead the 
decisions about dialog, body language, and the composition of space 
that create an assessment of human character and relationships. 
Filmmakers have agendas; they interrogate how and what we see. 
Typical films analyzed are Annie Hall, Rear Window, Tlie Piano, 
Citizen Kane^ and The Nasty Girl. 
ENGL 379E 3 credits 

For more information, contoci Deportinent of English, (301 ) 405-3809 




Embrace diversitv 

Society in America: Native American Ethnohistory, 
Theories and Methods 

Session II, July 12-August 20 • Tuesday/Thursday • 6 p.m.-9:15 p.m. 
A study of innovations in ethnohistorical research and writing 
about Native American peoples. Intensively explores works of 
ethnography film, literature, oral history, and autobiography, 
with particular attention to the emergence of Native American 
writers and scholars. 
HIST459A 3 credits 

For more information, contact the Department of History at (301 ) 405-4265 

Communication and Gender 

Session I, June 1-July 9 • Monday/Wednesday or 

Tuesday/Thursday • 6:30 p.m. -9:50 p.m. 
Session II, July 12-August 20 • Tuesday/Thursday • 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. 
Examine the differences in male and female communication 
behavior and styles and the creation of masculine and feminine 
images, and explore the imphcations of those images and styles 
on male-female transactions. 
COMM 324 3 credits 

For more infonnation, contact Deportment of Communication, (301 ) 405-65 1 9 

Try sometlring really different 

Field Methods in Archaeology 

Session I, June 1-July 9 • Monday through Friday • 8 a.m.-4 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 historic Annapolis. 
ANTH 496/696 6 credits 

For more informotion, contact Department of Antliropobgy, 

(301)405-1423 

Fundamentals of Sign Language 

Session I, June 1-July 9 • Monday/Wednesday • 6:30 p.m.-9:30 p.m. 
Session II, July 12-August 20 • Monday/Wednesday • 7 pm.- 10 p.m. 
Learn how to receive and express thoughts in American Sign 
Language, while also examining the causes of deafness, 
characteristics of deaf education, and the culture of the deaf 
community. 
EDSP 376 3 credits 

For more information, contact Department of Special Education, 

(301)405-6515 



SPECIAL INTEREST COURSES 



y^pplication 

You can apply and register at the same time 



Who Must Apply 

Anyone who is not currently registered at the University 
of Maryland, College Park, or the University of Maryland, 
University College* for the Spring Semester 1999 or Fall 
Semester 1999 must apply for admission before registering 
for Summer Sessions. Those who are not currently 
registered but wish to enroll for the Fall 1 999 semester 
must complete a regular application for admission 
(contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions). 

Undergraduate Students 

How to apply 

Visiting college students, college graduates, and high school 
graduates: 

1. Complete the Visiting Undergraduate Summer Student 
Application on page 73; 

2. Send it, along with a nonrefundable $45 application 
fee to: 

Office of the Bursar 
Lee Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742-5151 
Fax: (301) 314-9098 

3. You can send your registration materials along with your 
application by mail or fax, or deliver them in person. You 
can then register on the web or by MARS usually about 24 
to 48 hours after your application has been processed by 
the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. 

If you are a student from another college or university you 
must be in good standing in that institution to be admitted 
for Summer Sessions. It is your responsibility to verify that 
credits earned at the University of Maryland are acceptable at 
that institution. 

If you are a high school graduate, you must have earned a 
grade point average of 2.0 or better to be admitted to Summer 
Sessions. 



* If you are registered at the University of Maryland University College for the 
Spring 1999 semester, you need not apply for admission for Summer Sessions 
1 999, liut must submit a letter of permission from University College along 
with your registration materials. 



If you are a teacher seeking certification for professional 
advancement, you must apply for Suinmer 1999, even if you 
have attended summer sessions here previously. Contact the 
Department of Curriculum and Instruction at (301) 405-3324 
for appropriate permissions. 

Current High School Students 

You must be entering your junior or senior year in Fall 1999, and 
must have earned a grade point average of 3.0 or better. 

How to apply 

1. Complete a regular undergraduate application for admis- 
sion (not a Summer Sessions application), available from 
the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. On question 1 3, 
mark "Non-degree-seeking student" and "Concurrent — 
attend part-time while enrolled in high school." On ques- 
tion 11, write in "summer 1999." 

2. Send the application, an official copy of your high school 
transcript, and a nonrefundable $45 application fee, to: 

Office of the Bursar 
Lee Building 
Universit)' of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742-5151 

3. For Summer Sessions 1999 admissions only, the following 
are not required: counselor recommendation, essay, SAT I 
or ACT score. 

4. You may send your registration materials along with your 
application by mail or deliver them in person. You can reg- 
ister on the web or MARS, usually about 24 to 48 hours 
after your application has been processed by the Office of 
Undergraduate Admissions. 

Former University of Maryland, 
College Park Students 

If you are a former Maryland student who; 

► was in good standing, on academic warning, or 
unsatisfactory progress, and did not withdraw your 

last semester, then you inust apply for readmission through 
the Office of Reenrollment (01 17 Mitchell Building) before 
registering for summer sessions; 

► withdrew or was academically dismissed from the 
University before Spring Semester 1999, then you must 
apply for reinstatement through the Office of 
Reenrollment; 



APPLICAIION IN FORMAIION 



► Attended as a "Term Only" registrant, then you must apply 
as a visiting undergraduate student. Follow the application 
instructions for visiting college students on page 73. 

Prospective Degree Students 

It you want to take courses as part of a degree-granting 
program at the University of Maryland, you must apply for 
regular admission through the Office of Undergraduate 
Admissions and meet the regular admission standards. 

If you have any questions, call the Office of Undergraduate 
Admissions at (301) 314-8385. 

Graduate Students 

Visiting graduate students 

If you are a student at a university or college outside the 
University System of Maryland, you are considered an Advanced 
Special Student, and must submit a Visiting Graduate Summer 
Student Application prior to or at the time you register for 
courses. Include your $50 application fee and a letter of permis- 
sion from your parent institution. 

If you are a student at another University System of 
Maryland institution, you do not need to apply, but must submit 
an intercampus registration form, available at your school, and 
be authorized by both your parent campus and the University of 
Maryland, College Park Office of Intercampus Enrollment, 1 108 
Mitchell Building. 

Non-degree graduate students 

It you wish to earn graduate credit without enrolling in a degree 
program, you must apply and pay your application fee as an 
Advanced Special Student, and meet one of the following criteria 
(verifiable by an official transcript): 

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



► Hold a master's or doctoral degree from a regionally- 
accredited institution 

► Hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited 
institution and have at least four years of post-baccalau- 
reate work or professional experience; 

► Hold a baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited 
institution 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 test scores required. 

If you have previously enrolled as an Advanced Special 
Student, your graduate application is valid for five years. 
Otherwise, you must submit another application, although you 
do not need to pay another application fee. 

University of Maryland 
Graduate Students 

If you are a currently-enrolled graduate student in good stand- 
ing you do not have to apply, unless you wish to change your 
major, department or degree requirements, in which case you 
must file a regular Graduate School Application, and meet 
departmental requirements and deadlines. 

Prospective graduate degree students 

If you wish to begin your degree program in Summer Sessions 
1999 you must file a regular Graduate School Application form, 
meet departmental requirements and deadlines, and pay your 
$50 application fee. Apply to: 

Graduate Admissions 

2117 Lee Building 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 




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Resrjstration 



Who Can Register 

Current College Park Students 

If you are a current student at the Universit)- ot Maryland, 
College Park, and were enrolled for the Spring 1999 semester, you 
may register for Summer Session classes without completing a 
summer application. 

If you were a student during the Spring 1999 semester and 
were dismissed or withdrew from the university, you may 
register for Summer Sessions without application. (You must, 
however, apply for reinstatement for Fall 1999.) 

Visiting Undergraduate Students 

If you are a student ciu-rently enrolled at another 

college or university, 
or you are a college graduate, 

or you have graduated from high school, 

you wish to take an undergraduate course or courses 

this summer without seeking a degree at the 

University of Maryland, 

You are considered a Visiting Undergraduate 

Summer Student. 



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You must complete the Visiting Undergraduate Summer 
Student Application and submit it either prior to, or at the same 
time you register for courses. 

To apply, contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at 
(301) 314-8385 or (800) 422-5867. 

Current High School Students 

If you are a high school student entering your junior or senior 
year, who is not seeking Fall 1999 undergraduate admission to 
Maryland, and you wish to take summer 1999 undergraduate 
courses at the Universit)' of Maryland, College Park, you are 
considered a Concurrent X'isiting Undergraduate Summer 
Student. To apply, contact the Office of Undergraduate 
Admissions at (301) 314-8385 or (800) 422-5867. 



Visiting Graduate Students 

If you are a Visiting Summer Student and you wish to take 
graduate courses at College Park (but are not currently enrolled, 
nor wish to enroll, in a College Park degree program), you are 
considered an Advanced Special Student or an Institute 
Student. To apply, contact the Office of Graduate Admissions 
at (301) 405-4198. As an Advanced Special Student, you are 
ehgible to register for courses year-round without re-apphnng, 
for up to five years. 

Former College Park Students 

If you are a former student of the University' of MaPi'land, 
College Park, you must apply for readmission or reinstatement 
and be accepted to the universit}' before registering for classes. 
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions or the Office of 
Graduate Programs and Research for application information. 

Newly-Admitted (for Fall 1999) 
College Park Students 

If you have been admitted for Fall 1999 you must include a copy 
of your letter of admission when registering for Summer 
Sessions. No summer application is necessax)'. 

University College Students 

If you are currently enrolled at University College, you must 
include a letter of permission from University College when 
registering for College Park summer classes. No summer 
application is necessar\'. 

Prospective College Park Students 

If you do not fit into one of the categories above, and want to 
take courses as part of a College Park degree program, you must 
apply to the Universin- of Mar>land and meet its standards of 
admission. Until you are admitted to a degree program, you 
may apply and register for Summer Sessions as a Visiting 
Summer Student. 

Applications for all undergraduate degree programs are 
available from: 

Office of Undergraduate Admissions 

Mitchell Building 

Universit)' of Man,'land 

College Park, MD 20742 

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



REGISTRATION INFORMATION 



Applications for all graduate degree programs are 
available from: 

Graduate Information 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 
Act (Title 38, U. S. Code) wU] be certified based on their enroll- 
ment 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, telephone (301 ) 314-8239. Office hours are Monday 
through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. 

Undergraduate Students 

Computation of enrollment status is based on the number of 
credits 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 vvUl 
not be certified for any course below the 400 level unless the 
course is required by the major department. A letter verifying the 
requirement must be submitted to the Veterans Affairs ofiice. 
Courses below the 400 level do not receive graduate credit. 

Courses that vary from the regular six-week sessions are 
calculated by Veterans Affairs according to the length of the term 
as weU 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 as for credit courses. 

Golden ID Students 

The Universit)' 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 Maryland, and who are 
retired (not employed for more than 20 hours a week). If you are 
eligible, you must first apply by completing a Visiting Under- 
graduate Summer Student Application, checking "Golden ID" in 
the designated box and "yes" on question 16, and submitting it 
to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, 1101 Mitchell 
Building, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742. 

You v^tU then receive registration instructions through the 
mail, and you can register only on the first day of classes. For 
each summer session you may register for one course when 
space is available. You must meet all of the course's prerequisites 
and CO- requisites. Tuition charges are waived, but you must pay 
a general fee. Golden ID students are not eUgible for Consortium 
classes. Your Golden ID registration entitles you to use of the 
libraries and certain other non-academic services. Contact the 
Golden ID Coordinator in 1 101 Mitchell Building or call (301 ) 
314-8219 for more information 



international Students 

If you are a student at another U.S. institution on an F-1 or 
J-1 visa, and intend to return to that institution in the fall, you 
can apply for Summer Sessions 1 999 as a visiting student. 
Submit your Visiting Undergraduate or Graduate Summer 
Student Application to the Bursar's Office, along with a 
nonrefundable fee of $65 for undergraduates or $70 for 
graduate applicants. 

When to Register 

You can register for summer courses beginning March 29th. 
Registration for Summer Session I continues through May 28; 
registration for Summer Session 11 is available through July 9th. 
Registration is not official until payment is made in fuU. See 
page 6 for the Payment Due Schedule. Note that the Payment 
Due Schedule applies whether or not a bUl is received. 

How to Register 

There are five different ways to register for summer courses — on 
the web, by phone, by mail, by fax, or in person. Registration and 
schedule adjustment is available for: 

► currendy- enrolled Universit)' of Maryland students 

► newly-admitted students 

► visiting summer students — After your application is 
processed you can register by accessing Testudo on the 
web, or by calling MARS (Maryland Automated 
Registration System). You can also register by mail, 

by fax, or in person. 

Web Registration — access Testudo at www.testudo.umd.edu 
and use your student ID (social security number) and PIN. Your 
initial PIN is your six-digit birthdate (MMDD\T); once you 
have accessed the system you will be required to change this to 
another sLx-digit number. 

Phone Registration — Call MARS (Maryland Automated 
Registration System) at (301 ) 403-0500, Monday through 
Saturday from 7:30 a.m. through 1 1 p.m. and Sunday 5 p.m. 
through 1 1 p.m. Use the MARS worksheet on page 64 to help 
you through the process. Your student ID (social security num- 
ber) and PIN are needed to access MARS. Your initial PIN is 
your six-digit birthdate (MMDDYY); once you have accessed 
the system you will be required to change this to another six- 
digit number. If you have questions, call the MARS Helpline at 
(301) 314-1600, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. through 
4:30 p.m. 

Some students might not be eligible to use MARS, including 
those owing an outstanding debt to the University or students in 
the lED or lA programs. If you have eligibility questions, call the 
Ofiice of the Registrar at (301) 314-8240. 

Mail Registration — Summer Course Registration Forms are 
available: 

► On the web at http://wv\rw.testudo.umd.edu and 
http://www.inform.umd.edu/summer 

► at the Student Services department in the Records and 
Registration Office, 

► 1101 Mitchell Building, and at the Information Counter 
outside that office. 



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Note that there is a separate summer registratioti form for 
Summer Session I and for Summer Session 11 — be sure to use the 
correct form for the session for which you want to register. For 
Summer Session I your Summer Course Registration Form must 
be postmariced by May 21, 1999, and Summer Session II forms 
must be postmarked by July 2, 1999. 

Include your completed Summer Course Registration 
Form{s), Estimated Billing Form (see page 66), and any 
necessary applications. Students already admitted to the 
University for the Fall 1999 term do not need to submit an 
application, but must include a copy of their letter of admission. 
Mail all forms, along with payment to: 

Ofifice of the Bursar 

Lee Building 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

Confirmation of your application and/or registration, along 
with a Summer ID card will be mailed to you within two weeks. 
If you do not receive confirmation, please contact the Office of 
the Registrar at (301) 314-8240. 

Please note: Incomplete registration or apphcation materials 
will he returned. You will be notified of incorrect payments or 
adjustments to your account If you owe money to the University, 
that amount will be deducted from your payment, and the remain- 
der will be applied to Summer Sessions charges. 

Fax Registration — fax your registration forms. Estimated Billing 
form, credit card information, and any necessary application 
forms to the Office of the Bursar at (301 ) 314-9098. See "MaU 
Registration" instructions above for more information. 

In-Person Registration — at the Office of the Registrar, 1101 
Mitchell Building (301-314-8240) 

1 . Apply for admission, if necessary, at the Office of 
Undergraduate Admissions, ground floor, Mitchell 
Building, or the Graduate Admissions Office, second floor, 
Lee Building. 

2. Complete a Summer Course Registration Form and 
Estimated Billing Form, available at the Registration 
Counter in the Mitchell Building, and register at the Office 
of the Registrar, 1 101 Mitchell BuiJding, Monday through 
Friday from 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. on the dates 
below: 

► Summer Session I March 29 through May 28 

► Summer Session II March 29 through July 9 

3. Pay tuition and fees at the Bursar's Office Cashier, 
1 115 Lee Building (301-405-9041). 

Other registration information 

Late Registration/Late Payment 

A $20 late fee will be assessed for registration on or after the first 
day of classes for either summer session. For Summer Session I 
late registration begins June 1, and permission from the dean is 
required to register after June 8. For Summer Session II, late reg- 
istration begins July 12, and permission from the dean is 
required to register after July 19. During late registration, all 
tuition, fees and outstanding balances must be paid at the time 
of registration. 



Nonstandard Course Registration 

Courses which vary in beginning dates from the starting dates 
for each summer session are available for registration during the 
normal registration period for each session. Additionally, 
registration may be available on the first day of each nonstan- 
dard class or an alternate day if requested by the department or 
instructor. 

Courses varying in length from the regular Summer Session 
will have late registration, schedule adjustment and other dates 
adjusted proportionately to the length of the course. Contact the 
Office of the Registrar for specific dates. 

Grades for nonstandard courses ending after the regular 
session 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 weeks after the course ends. 
Instructors of these courses wUl receive information on various 
deadlines. Please check with the department in late spring 1999 
for specific details. 

Waitlist 

The waitlist is a roster of students waiting for a seat to become 
available in a closed course. The waitlist stores names, in order of 
request, and allows access to seats as drops are processed. 

If a waitlist is available, it will be offered when a student 
attempts to add a closed course, either when registering on the 
web via Testudo, by MARS, or in-person. If the waitlist option is 
selected, you will be placed on the waitlist for a closed section, 
and up to five additional sections if they are available. Once on a 
waitlist, you must check-in on the mandatory check-in day, 
typically the first day of the summer session. If you are still on 
the waitlist after mandatory check-in, you must then check-in 
daUy to remain on the waitlist. See Waitlist Check-in below for 
specific information. 

Students can waitlist courses or check-in by: 

► Web — access Testudo at www.testudo.umd.edu 

► Telephone— call MARS at (301) 314-0500 

► In-person — visit the Office of the Registrar, 
1101 Mitchell Building, Monday through Friday, 
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 

Waitlist Check-in 

A mandatory check-in date, typically the first day of classes, is 
given when students are initially placed on a waitiist. You must 
check-in on the mandatory check-in date, and then daily, during 
the regular check-in period, to remain on the waitlist. Check-in 
only once daUy. 

► Testudo check-in: use the web to check-in daily, beginning 
on the Mandatory Check-In date and then daily thereafter. 
Select Records and Registration, and then Waitlist Check-in; 

► MARS check-in: Call MARS at (301) 314-0500 and 
press 1 for registration activities. Press 2 for waidist check- 
in; and enter your Student ID (social security number) and 
PIN; 

► In-person check-in: Check-in at the Office of the Registrar, 
Room 1 101 Mitchell Building, Monday through Friday, 
8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. 



REGISTRAIION INFORMAIION 



Waitlist Information 

► Not all departments offer waitlists. It is the decision of the 
department whether or not to offer a waitlist; 

► To be eligible for the waiting list you cannot be registered 
for any other section of the desired course; 

► It is recommended that you complete your schedule with 
alternate course choices; being placed on a waitlist does not 
guarantee you will be registered in the course; 

► You may select to be waitlisted on up to six sections of a 
course. The first section to become available will be 
assigned to you. Since you will now be registered for a 
section, your name will be removed from all other 
waitlisted sections of that course; 

► Time conflicts that might result from receiving a course 
from the waitlist must be resolved. These time conflicts are 
not permitted; 

► Once a course has been confirmed and received from the 
waitlist it becomes part of your schedule and incurs tuition 
charges; 

► Waitlist activity ends the last day of the Schedule 
Adjustment Period. 

Can<ellation of Summer Session 
Registration 

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

Office of the Registrar 

1101 Mitchell Building 

University of Maryland 

College Park, MD 20742 

Fax:(301)314-9568 

Withdrawal from Summer Sessions 

Students who wish to terminate their registration (withdraw 
from all summer courses) either on or after the first day of 
classes must withdraw. This applies to all students regardless of 
the number of courses or credits for which they are registered. 
Please note: A withdrawal from either Summer Session will be 
recorded on a the student's transcript. 

To withdraw from either Summer Session: Complete a 
Withdrawal Form, available from Room 1 101, Mitchell Building, 
or fax a letter of withdrawal to (301) 314-9568. Withdrawal is 
effective on the date the form is filed in the Registrar's Office. 

Mandatory fees are not refundable. The table on page 8 
indicates, by date, the percentage of tuition which will be 
credited upon withdrawal. 

Note that withdrawals from workshops or institutes must be 
made prior to the first day of the workshop in order to receive a 
refund. After a workshop has met there can be no refund. 



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 made at: 

► Web — vvrww.testudo.umd.edu 

► Office of the Bursar, Address Unit, Lee Building, 
Room 1 121 or 1 103, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. 
through 4:15 p.m. 

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

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

► STAR CENTER, Stamp Student Union, Room 1 122, 
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. through 4 p.m. 

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

Since many university communications to students are han- 
dled through the maU, 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 bills, 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 cur- 
rently registered will be used for all mailings. Any student wish- 
ing his/her address to be kept confidential should contact the 
Information Counter. 



Summary of Deadlines- 
Summer Sessions 1999 




Type of change 


Last day to 

SESSION I 


process change 

SESSION II 


Add a Course 


June 7 


July 16 


Apply for August 
1999 Graduation 


July 16 


July 16 


Cancel Registration with 
100% Refund 


May 28 


July 9 


Change Credit Level 


June 7 


July 16 


Drop a Course — 
Undergraduate Students: 






without "W" Mark 


June 7 


July 16 


with "W" Mark 


June 28 


August 6 


Drop a Course — 
Graduate Students: 






(No "W" Status) 


June 28 


August 6 


Drop a Course with 
100% Refund 


May 28 


July 9 


Drop a Course with 
70% Refund 


June 7 


July 16 


Change Grading Method 


June 7 


July 16 


Process a Late Registration 


June 7 


July 16 


Change Sections 

(Departmental Approval Retpiired) 


July 9 


August 20 



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Academic Credit 
and Policies 

The semester hour is the unit of credit. During the 
summer sessions, a three-credit course may meet five 
times a week for six weeks, with each class period meet- 
ing for 80 minutes. 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 
appropriate degree for satisfactory 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 will receive an official 
grade for each course. 

Full-Time Status 

For undergraduate students enrollment in courses totaling six 
semester hours of academic credit will be defined as full-time 
status for one summer session. Enrollment for six semester 
hours of 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 
totaling 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 two units per credit hour 

► 400-499 courses carry four units per credit hour 

► 500-599 courses carry five units per credit hour 

► 600-898 courses carry six units per credit hour 

► 799 research courses carry 12 units per credit hour 

► 899 research courses carry 24 units per credit hour 

Maximum Load 

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

Degree Candidates 

All students who expect to complete requirements for degrees 
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 16 for degrees to be awarded as of August 20, 1999. 
August graduates are invited to participate in the commence- 
ment ceremonies held in December, and will be included in the 
commencement program for that date. 



Audit 

A student may register to audit a course or courses in which 
space is available. Tuition and fees are the same as when taken 
for credit. The notation AUD is placed on the 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 the 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 student's program and not 
used to meet general education requirements, major require- 
ments, or gateway requirements for admission to limited enroll- 
ment programs or when re-registering for a course. Only one 
course per semester or summer session may be taken pass/fail. 

Final Examination 

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 expected to adhere to the provisions of the 
Code of Academic Integrity, as set forth in the Undergraduate 
Catalogue. Copies of the Code may be obtained from the 
Student Honor Council in Room 2118 Mitchell Building, 
telephone (301) 314-8450. 

Academic Dishonesty 

Academic dishonesty is a serious offense which may result in 
suspension or expulsion fi-om the university. The normal 
sanction for academic dishonesty is a grade of "XF," denoting 
"failure due to academic dishonesty." That grade will normally 
be recorded on the transcripts of student 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 others of personally identifiable information from 
education records without students' prior written consent, and 
(3) to provide students the opportunity to seek correction of 
their education records where appropriate. A complete statement 
of the university policy and procedures is contained in the 
Undergraduate Catalogue. 



REGISIRAIION IN FORMAIION 



Tuition and fees 



Tuition 

Undergraduate Student Tuition 

In-state student 
Out-of-state student 

Graduate Student Tuition 

In-state student 
Out-of-state student 



$170 per credit hour 
$330 



$272 per credit hour 
$415 



Professional Masters in Engineering (ENPM) 
$320 per credit hour for both in-state and 
out-of-state students 



Fees 



New students 




Undergraduate application fee 


$45 


International applicants 


$65 


Graduate application fee 


$50 


International applicants 


$70 


All students 




Student Services fee, per session 


$75 


Academic Services fee, per session 


$12 


Student Health fee, per session 


$ 3 


Building Recreation fee, per session 


$21 



Parking 



(not applicable for those registered for Fall or Spring semester) 
Resident student $31 

Commuter student $17 



Other fees 




Late registration fee 


$20 


Service charge for dishonored check 


up to $50 


(depending on check amount) 




On-Campus housing 




Per six-week session 


$660.06 


Per eight-week session 


$880.08 



Audits 

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

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



In-State Status for 
Admission and Tuition 

In-state status for admission and tuition is determined by 
information provided on the back of your application form. 
The deadline for meeting all requirements for in-state status 
and for submitting all documents for reclassification for 
Summer Sessions 1999 is the last day of late registration for the 
appropriate semester, June 4, 1999 for Session I and July 16 for 
Session II. For more information, contact the Residency 
Classification Office, 0405B Marie Mount Hall, University of 
Maryland, College Park, MD 20742, telephone (301) 405-2030. 

Payment 

All bills are due according to the Payment Due Schedule below. 
Payment is due by the specified dates whether or not you have 
received a bill. If you do not pay your biU by the due date, your 
course registrations will be canceled. 



Payment due schedule 

Summer Sessions payments are due accor^in^CT 
following schedule. 

Failure to pay by the due dates will result in cancellation 
of course registration. 




Summer Session 1 




if you register during: 


Your payment is due by: 


March 29 through April 23 


May 14 


April 24 through May 2 1 


May 25 


May 22 through June 4 


June 4 


There will be a $20 late registration fee for registrations 


after May 31. 




Summer Session II 




if you register during: 


Your payment is due by: 


March 29 through May 25 


June 14 


May 26 through June 25 


June 29 


June 26 through July 16 


July 16 



There will be a $20 late registration fee for registrations 
after July 11. 

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



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There are four wavs 
you can pay your oill: 

OMail 

You can mail your payment to the Bursar's Office. Mail-in 
payments should accompany mail-in registrations. 
You can pay by check, money order or credit card: 

► Make checks and money orders payable to the University of 
Maryland, for the exact amount due. Be sure to write your 
Social Security Number on your check. 

► Provide credit card information requested on Estimated 
Billing Form for payment by Visa, MasterCard and 
Discover Card. 

► Mail your payment to: 

Office of the Bursar 
1115 Lee Building 
University of Maryland 
College Park, MD 20742-5151 

O Telephone— MARS 

You can pay by credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover Card) 
by calling MARS, (301) 403-0500, beginning the day after you 
register. Registration charges are posted nightly to the Bursar's 
system: 

MARS (301)403-0500 

(on campus 9-403-0500) 

O Fax 

You can fax your payment when paying by credit card. Fax-in 
payments should accompany fax-in registrations. You will need 
to include the following information on your fax: 

► Name ► Cardholder name 

► Student ID number ► Card expiration date 

► Credit Card type ► Amount 
(Visa, MasterCard or ► Signature 
Discover Card) ► Account number 

► Daytime telephone number 

Fax your payment information to: 
Office of the Bursar 
University of Maryland 
(301)314-9098 

O In-Person 

At the Bursar's Office on campus, you can pay by check, money 
order or credit card, along with your completed Estimated Billing 
Form, fi^om 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

► Make checks and money orders payable to the University of 
Maryland, for the exact amount due. Be sure to ^vrite your 
Social Security Number on your check. 

► Credit cards accepted are Visa, MasterCard and 
Discover Card: 

Office of the Bursar 
Universit)' of Maryland 
1115 Lee Building 
College Park, MD 20742 



Other Payment Information 

Summer Financial Aid 

In general, funds for summer financial aid are very limited. The 
university does not receive separate allocations of grant, work 
study or loan funds from the federal or state governments for 
summer financial aid. If there are any funds available from these 
programs they are awarded to students who are graduating in 
August, 1999. Students who have not used all their Pell Grant or 
Stafford Loan eligibility for the current school year may use their 
remaining eligibility during the summer term. Tuition and fees 
for summer school courses are due in full before classes start — 
any summer financial aid will be credited after tuition and fees 
are due and will be reimbursed to the student. 

To request summer financial aid, you must have on file 
at the university Financial Aid Office a 1998-1999 Free 
Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and all other 
documents that have been requested. If you have ever attended 
any other post-secondar)' institution you must request a 
Financial Aid Transcript (FAT) from each previous institution 
regardless of whether or not you received financial aid. 

You must file a separate Summer Financial Aid application 
to request funding for Summer Sessions. Applications will be 
available from the Student Financial Services Center, 1 135 Lee 
Building, after February 8, 1999. You should file your appUcation 
as soon as possible, but no later than April 1, 1999, for funds to 
be available for Summer Sessions financial aid. 

To be eligible for any financial aid for the summer term, you 
must register for at least six credits or 24 graduate units. Once 
your eligibility has been determined, a Summer Financial Aid 
Notification will be mailed to your summer address. 

For financial aid information, call (301) 314-9000. 



Late Payment Fee 

If you do not pay the balance due on your account by its 
payment due date, we will add a late fee of five percent of the 
outstanding balance, or $10, whichever is greater. 



Delinquent Accounts 



You will not be able to register until any outstanding bills to the 
imiversity, including Ubrary fines, parking violation assessments, 
and other penalty fees and service charges, are paid in full. If you 
do not setde your account by its due date, your registration wiU 
be canceled. For copies of bills regularly sent to students, contact 
the Bursar's Office. 

In accordance with state law, the university will refer 
students' delinquent accounts to the State Central Collections 
Unit in Baltimore for collection and legal follow-up, and 
collection charges will be bQled to the student. Collection costs 
are 17 percent of the bOl, plus any attorney and/or court fees. 
Maryland law allows the Central Collection Unit to block 
issuance of Maryland state income tax refunds to individuals 
with delinquent accounts. In addition, state of Maryland policy 
stipulates that unpaid parking tickets issued on state property 
could result in the withholding of motor vehicle tags untO tickets 
are paid. 



TUITION AND FEES 



The university will not confer any diploma, certificate or 
transcript of record issued to a student who has not made 
satisfactory settlement on his or her account. 



Tuition Refunds 






The university will refund tuition you have paid, 


based on the 


date when you withdraw from a course: 






Dote 


REFUND 


SESSION 1 


SESSION II 


Cancel registration with 






100% refund 


May 31 


July 1 1 


Withdraw from all courses: 






With 70% refund 


lune 4 


July 16 


With 50% refund 


lune 1 1 


July 23 


With 20% refimd 


June 18 


July 30 


With no refund 


July 9 


August 20 


Drop a course with 100% refund 


May 31 


July 11 


Drop a course with 70% refund 


June 4 


July 16 



Special Worlcshops and institutes 

Additional or alternative fees are sometimes charged for Special 
Workshops and Institutes due to needs for special planning 
based upon number of registrants, and applicant screening or 
auditioning. These fees can be charged after the registration 
period, and only a partial refund for late withdrawal will be 
made. No refunds will be granted on or after the first day of a 
program which is shorter than the standard six-week summer 
term. Campus housing will be available at an additional charge. 
The university reserves the right to cancel programs due to 
insufficient enrollment. 

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



To request a refund or credit to your university account: 

1. Complete a Request for Refund form (available at the 
student counter, 1 135 Lee Building or the Records or 
Current Registration Office, First Floor, Mitchell Building) 

2. Send a written request and your Request for Refund form 
to the Office of the Bursar, or 

3. Call MARS at (301 ) 403-0500 and choose option 3 from 
the main menu. 

The university will not automatically refund a credit balance. 
Refund checks will be mailed about four to six weeks from 
receipt of the refund request. Checks will be made payable to the 
student and sent to the address designated on the refund form; 
they will not be mailed to a campus address. 





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On-Campus Housing 



You can rent a room or apartment on campus at 
the University of Maryland, CoUege Park for 
either or both terms of Summer Sessions 1999. 
Most rooms are doubles, with some available single 
rooms assigned by lottery. Furnished apartments, for 
four to six students, are available with air conditioning, 
carpeting, full kitchens, and utilities; no pets allowed. 
You will have a twin-sized bed, mattress, dresser, desk 
and chair, private telephone line, and separate data line. 
You must provide your own telephone, desk lamp, cook- 
ing utensils, pillow, linens, and all other personal and 
household items. Coin-operated laundry and vending 
services are available in a nearby 24-hour community 
center. Parking requires a $3 1 university permit. 

Rooms are available from May 30, 1999, the day 
before the start of Session I classes, until August 20, the 
day final examinations are completed for Session II. For 
an extra fee, spring semester campus residents who 
register for Session I may move directly from spring 
room assignments to Summer Sessions assignments. 
Students whose Summer 1999 Residence Halls 
Agreement forms are received before April 16 are 
eligible for the single room lottery. 



On-Campus Housing Schedule: 

Friday, April 16 

Deadline to submit Summer Residence Halls Agreement for sin- 
gle room lottery and other housing requests 

Monday, May 1 

Deadline to cancel Session I Summer Residence Halls Agreement 
without financial obligation; written cancellation must be sent to 
Residence Life. 

Sunday, May 30 

Residence halls are open at 10 a.m. for Session I residents to 
claim rooms. 

Monday, May 31 

Rooms not claimed by 12 noon are forfeited and "no show" 
cancellation charge of two weeks' housing cost ($21 1.25) is 
assessed. 

Monday, June 21 

Deadline to cancel Session II Summer Residence Halls 
Agreement without financial obligation; written cancellation 
must be sent to Residence Life. 

Friday, July 9 

Residents not staying for Summer Session II must vacate rooms 
by 7 p.m. 

Sunday, July 1 1 

Residence halls are open at 10 a.m. for Session II residents to 
claim rooms. 

Monday, July 1 2 

Rooms not claimed by 12 noon are forfeited and "no show" can- 
cellation charge of two weeks' housing cost ($21 1.25) is assessed. 

Friday, August 20 

All residents must vacate rooms by 12 noon. 



ON-CAMPUS HOUSING 



Campus Life 



Summer Recreation 

As a student registered for Summer Sessions 1999, you can use 
Campus Recreation Ser\'ices (CRS) facilities and participate in 
CRS programs. CRS facilities include the Campus Recreation 
Center, Outdoor Aquatic Center, Ritchie Coliseum, and the 
fitness and weight room in the Health and Human 
Performance building. Available summer programs include 
aerobics, intramural sports, non-credit instruction and outdoor 
recreation. For more information, call Campus Recreation 
Services at (301) 405-PLAY, or (301) 314-5454, or visit our 
website at \vww.Lnform. umd.edu/crs. 

Dining Services 

At South Campus Dining Hall and the Diner on the north side 
of campus you'll find a wide variety of deli sandwiches, a soup 
and salad bar, fresh dough pizza, flame-broiled burgers and hot 
entrees with vegetables daily. You may choose to visit the food 
court in the Stamp Student Union for Adele's Restaurant, 
Starbucks Coffee in the Coffee Bar, Taco Bell, or McDonald's. 
The Dairy, located adjacent to the Visitors' Center, is home to 
the award-winning University of Maryland ice cream. Other 
convenient food locations on campus are in Van Munching Hall, 
the Math Building, and the Engineering Building. For more 
information, visit the Dining Services' web page at 
www.umdds.umd.edu. 

Terrapin Express 

You can make purchases at many campus locations with 
Terrapin Express, a declining-balance debit card. It can be used 
at all Dining Services facilities, as well as at the University Book 
Center, Tawes Theater, WAM/OWT, Computer Labs, 
Reprographic Services, the Health Center, and other sites. 

University Book Center 

You can buy textbooks and other course-related materials at the 
University Book Center in the basement of the Stamp Student 
Union. Also available are general interest books, technical and 
reference books, computers, software, school and office supplies, 
cards and gift items, and University of Maryland insignia 
clothing. Call us at (301) 314-BOOK (2665) or visit our website 
at www.ubc.umd.edu. 



Commuter Bus Service 

You can get to and around campus from the College Park Metro 
station free of charge on Shuttle-UM commuter buses. Service 
from the College Park Metro station will run Monday through 
Friday, 6:45 a.m. through 7:45 p.m., every day except May 31 
(Memorial Day observed) and luly 5 (Independence Day 
observed). Service will also be provided on the Springhill Lake 
and Queens Chapel, Adelphi North, and Rhode Island Avenue 
routes weekdays while classes are in session. Valid University 
Student, faculty or staff IDs are required. For more information, 
contact Shuttle-UM at (301) 314-2255 or visit the Office of 
Commuter Affairs, 1 195 Stamp Student Union. 

Security Service 

On campus evening security service will operate ft"om lune 1 
through August 20, on the Circuit route from 7:30 p.m. to 1 1 
p.m. Call-a-Ride hours are from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. Circuit and 
Call-a-Ride are free services; no ID is required. For more 
information call Shuttle-UM at (301) 314-2255. 

Paricing 

You can park in lots 1, 2, 4, 1 1, and 16 on campus with a parking 
permit issued through the Department of Campus Parking, or at 
paid meters or in cashier-attended areas. No parking is allowed 
on campus roads and fire lanes, or at unpaid meters or disabled 
spaces. Students holding 1998-1999 academic year parking per- 
mits can use them for 1999 Summer Sessions. Others must buy a 
parking permit: 

► Complete an application, present your student I.D. card, 
and pay your campus resident parking fee ($31 ) or 
commuter parking fee ($17) at the Department of Campus 
Parking, on campus at the Regents Drive Garage, Monday 
through Friday 8: 1 5 a.m. through 4 p.m.; 

► If you have prepaid on an Estimated Billing Form, you 
must still apply and present a student I.D. 

► Bicycles and mopeds need not be registered, but must be 
parked in campus bicycle racks; 

► You can use disabled parking spaces only with a current 
campus parking permit and a Maryland state disabled 
permit and license plate. 

For more information, call the Department of Campus 
Parking at (301) 314-PARK (314-7275). 



10 VISIT OUR WfB SITE AT www.inform.umd.edu/summer 



Libraries 

You can use any of the seven libraries on campus with your 
student ID (new students must first have their ID validated at 
any library circulation desk.) The main library, McKeldin, 
houses many special services and collections, study carrels, inter- 
library loan, photocopy services, government documents and 
maps, archives and manuscripts, etc. Librarians can answer 
questions, assist with research, and explain use of library 
resources. Other libraries include the Architecture Library, Art 
Library, White Memorial (Chemistry) Library, Engineering and 
Physical Sciences Library, and the Hornbake Library, which 
includes the Performing Arts Library, Nonprint Media Services, 
the Library of American Broadcasting, a late night study room 
and a WAM computer lab. For more information, visit our 
website at www.lib.umd.edu/UMCP. 

Computer Services 

During evening hours beginning in June, Academic Information 
Technology Services (alTs) ofters a series of non-credit micro- 
computer training classes taught by computer-experienced 
students. Subjects include Windows, WordPerfect for Windows, 
Excel for Windows, Macintosh, Microsoft Word, Internet 
Technologies, Mathematica, PageMaker, UnLx, HTML, 
Photoshop, web search strategies, and basic computer training. 
Obtain schedules and register ($10 fee) on campus at 1400 
Computer and Space Sciences Building or call (301) 405-2941. 

Career Center 

The Center offers career counseling, workshops, courses, 
special programs, extensive career resources on its website 
(http://wv\rw. careercenter.umd.edu), and a Career & Employment 
Resource Room which assists students in identifying interests, 
exploring careers and initiating the job and graduate/professional 
school research process. It also offers employment assistance 
through job and career fairs, on-campus interviewing, resume 
referral, and job listings for part-time, internship, cooperative 
education, graduate assistantship, and full-time positions, all of 
which are available at our website via TERP Online. 

Counseling Center 

The Counseling Center, located in the Shoemaker Building, 
provides free and confidential counseling services on personal/ 
social issues, careers, academic skills, support groups, disability 
support, returning students' issues, family consultation/ 
evaluation, and more. You can make an appointment for 
counseling weekdays, and walk-in counseling is available for 
minority students every day from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Call 
(301) 314-7651 or visit our website at www.inform.umd.edu/ 
Campusinfo/Departments/Counseling. 



Performing Arts 

The National Orchestral Institute Philharmonic, hailed by the 
Washington Post as "one of the best symphony orchestras in the 
U.S.," performs three Saturday evening public concerts in Tawes 
Theater at College Park during June. Featuring an orchestra 
selected from over 800 national auditions, the NOI offers 
advanced orchestral training for musicians aged 18-28. On June 
12, James DePreist conducts the orchestra performing Kernis, 
Schubert and Mahler; on June 19, Marin Alsop is conductor and 
music is by Adams, Prokofiev and Beethoven; and on June 26, 
Maximiano Valdes conducts music by Reveultas, Debussy and 
Sibelius. For more information call (301) 405-2317. 
In the Marian Anderson International Vocal Arts 
Competition, July 15-24, 40 entrants will compete at College 
Park for three finalist positions at Kennedy Center with the 
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Seminars, masterclasses and 
evening recitals will complement the 10-day competition, which 
is the only North American member of the prestigious World 
Federation of International Music Competitions. For more 
information, call (301) 405-8174. 

Pre-Coiiege Arts Programs 

During the summer visual, performing and literary arts 
programs are offered for teens not yet ready for college by the 
College Park's Summer Arts and Leadership Camps of the Art 
and Learning Center. In these one- to two-week residential, 
full- and half-day programs students focus on community and 
self-development through photography, painting, dramatic role 
play or music. All teachers are professional artists and educators 
with UMCP faculty assisting. For more information, contact 
Barbara Tyroler at bt27@umail.umd.edu, call (301) 314-2787, 
or visit our web page at www.inform.umd.edu/artcenter. 




CAMPUS LIFE 11 



Evening Courses 

(after 5 p.m.) 



SESSION I — 

June 1 to July 9, 1999 



Afro-Ameriwii Studies 

MSP 398X AfiKoiMmencon Politics 

AmerKun Studies 

WISI 204 Film ond Smenran Cute Studies 

Ar<hite<ture 

ARCH 223 History of Non-Westetn Afchhtctuie 
ARCH 242 Drowing I 
ARCH 343 Orowing II: line Drowing 
ARCH 428G A/cliitectural Histoty: Gteol Oties 
ARCH 470 Computet Applicotions in Aittiiteclure 

Art Studio 

ART! 1 50 Inlioduttion to Art Theory 
ARTT468B Issues in Contemporary Art 

Biologi<al S«iemes 

BIOL 222 Pnnciples of Genetics 

Business and Monogement 

BMGI 1 1 Introduction to Business ond Monogement 

BMGT 201 Introduction to Business Computing 

BMGT 220 Pnnciples of Accounting I 

BMGT 221 Pnnciples of Accounting II 

BMGT 230 Business Stotistics 

BMGT 3 1 Intermediote Accounting I 

BWGT3)1 Intermediote Accounting II 

BMGT 340 Business Finonce 

BMGT 350 Morketing Pnnciples ond Orgomzotion 

BMGT 354 Piomotioii Monogement 

BMGT 364 Monogement ond Orgomzotion Theory 

BMGT 380 Business low I 

BMGT 411 Ethics ond Professionolism in Accounhng 

BMGT 422 Audihng Theory and Practice 

BMGT 424 Advanced Accounting 

BMGT 446 Intemotionol finance 

BMGT 451 Consumer Anolysis 

BMGT 464 Organizohonol Behavior 

BMGT 476 Applied Computer Models in Logistics ond 

Transportation Management 

BMGT 496 Business ElhiG ond Society 

BMGT 501 Business Funchons 

BMGT 611 Monogenal Accounhng 

BMGT 615 Business Commynicahons 

BMGT 620 Shotegic Informohon Systems 

BMGT 632 Decision Modeling and Analysis 

BMGT 682 Business Low for Monogers 

BMGT 690 Shotegic Monogement 

BMGT 720 Informohon Technology and Corporate 

Tronsfomiohon 

BMGT 721 File Processing ond Dombose Systems 

BMGT 741 Advonced Finonciol Monogement 

BMGT 745 Finonciol Inshhjhons Monogement 

BMGT 752 Modcehng Reseorch Methods 

BMGT 757 Morkehng Stiotegy 

BMGT 764 Execuhve Power ond Negoholkm 

BMGT 7981 Indusliy ond Compehhve Anolysis 
Ciiemistry 

CHEM 103 Generol Chemistry I 

CHEM113 General Chemishy II 

Ctiinese 

CHIN 2 1 3 Chinese Poehy into English: An Introduction 
Civil Engineering 

ENCE 664 Construchon Contracts ond Specificolions 

Communi«ution 

COMM 107 Oral Communicotion: Pnnciples ond Practices 

COMM 230 Argumentotion and Debote 

COMM 324 Communicohon ond Gender 

COMM 360 The Rhetonc of Block Amenco 

COMM 400 Research Methods in Communicohon 

COMM 401 Interprehng Strategic Discourse 

COMM 426 Conflict Monogement 

COMM 482 Intcrculhjrol Communicohon 

Comporotive literature 

CMLT 270 Globol Literature ond Social Change 
CMLT 275 World Lrterohrte by Women 

Criminology and Criminal Justi<e 

COS 320 Inhoduchon to Criminolishcs 



Eionomiu 



ECON 200 Pnnaples of Micio^conomics 
ECON 201 Pnnciples of MocrfrEtonomics 
ECON 306 Intermediote Microeconomic Theory 

Education Policy, Planning and 
Administrotion 

EDPA 601 Contemporary Sociol Issues in Educohon 

EDPA 837 Cumculum Theory and Reseorch 

Engineering, Professional Master's in 

ENPM 627 Risk Assessment for EnvironmenWl Complionce 

ENPM 808F Applied Finrte Element Methods 

ENPM 808G Engineenng Applicohons of Moxwell's Eguohons 

English 

ENGL 101 Inhoduchon to Wnhng 

ENGL 205 Inhoduchon h) Shokespeoie 

ENGL 222 Amencon literohjre: 1 865-Piesent 

ENGL 278F The Blues Trodihon: Africo^Amencnn Folk ond 

Popular Song 
ENGL 312 Romonhc to Modem Brihsh literohjre 
ENGl 348A Literary WoHcs by Women: Women in the 

Plontohon Household 
ENGl 379E Film Anolysis • The Rhetonc of Fichonol Worlds 
ENGl 391 Advanced Composihon 
ENGl 393 Tecbnicol Wnhng 
ENGl 393)( Technical Wnhng (for shjdenis for whom 

English is o second longuoge) 
ENGL 394 Business Wrihng 
ENGl 399 Insh Renoissonce 
ENGl 621 Reodings in Renoissonce English Literahire 

Family Studies 

FMST 298F Fuhire of Families 
French 

FREN 480 French Cinemo: A Cuhural Approodi 

(in honslohon) 
FREN 499M Dimensions ond Perspechves of Francophone 

Ahicon ond Cohbbeon Cinema 



Reliability Engineering 



Geography 



GEOG 1 00 Inhoduchon to Geography 

GEOG 372 Remote Sensing 

GEOG 456 The Social Geography of Mehopoliton Areos 

Government and Politics 

GVPT 241 Ihe Shidy of Polihcol Philosophy: 
Ancient ond Modem 



Health 



HITH 1 50 first Aid ond Emergency Medical Services 

HITH 377 Human Sexuality 

HITH 47T Women's Heolth 

HITH498A Massoge Therapy 

HITH 498X AIDS Educohon 

Hearing and Speech Sciences 

HESP 498A Seminor Deofness ond Sign Longuoge 

History 

HIST 210 Women in America h) 1880 

HIST353 AmencointheRevoluhonoryEra, 1763-1815 

HIST 473 Hishny of the Cohbbeon 



HONR 238B Imoges of Mosculinity in Twenticlh Century 
Americon Uterahtre ond film 



Human Development 



EDHD 400 Inhoduchon to Gerontology 

EDHD 4 1 3 Adolescent Development 

EDHD 420 Cognihve Development and leoming 

library Science 

IBSC 650 Informohon Access 

IBSC 670 Informohon Shuchire 

IBSC 708E Mops as Source Motenok 

IBSC 708P Advonced Electionic Records 

IBSC 708S Monogement of Elechonic Records 

IBSC 741 Seminar in School library Medio Programs 

Measurement, Statistics and 
Evaluation 

EDMS 645 Ouonhranve Research Methods I 
EDMS 646 Ouonhtohve Reseorch Methods II 



Philosophy 



PHIL 342 Moral Probletrs in Medidne 
Psychology 

PSYC 436 Inhoduchon h> Qinicol Psychology 
Public AHairs 

PUAf 640 Miaoeconomic Theory ond Policy Anolysis 
PUAf 650 Normohve Anolysis 
PUAf 670 finonce 



ENRE 467 System Sofety Engineenng 
Spanish 

SPAN 202 Interaiediote Grammar ond Composihon 

SPAN 31 1 Advonced Conveisohon I 

SPAN 408 Hisponic lit., Porody of Love in the Middle 

Ages: El libra de Buen Amor 
SPAN 449 Special Topics in Sponish Cnnlizohon: 

Pioneer Feminists, Women in Medievol Cnshle 



Special Educotion 



f DSP 2 1 Introduchon h) Speciol Educohon 
EDSP 376 Fundomenhils of Sign Longuoge 
EDSP 470 Introduchon ra Speciol Educohon 

(noninoiors only) 
EPSP 670 Single Subiect Reseorch in Special Educohon 
EDSP 678 Progromming for Hondicopped Infants: Medical 

ond Genehc Impikohons 



Survey Methodology 



SURV 623 Doto Collechon Methods in Survey Research 

SURV 625 Applied Sompling 

SURV 722 Rondomized/NorHondomized Design 

Urban Studies and Planning 

URSP 703 Community Plonning Field Instruchon and 
Prachcum 



SESSION II — 

July 12 to August 20, 1999 



American Studies 

AMST 429E Perspechves on Populor Cubre: Television 
Sihjohon Comedy 

Architecture 



ARCH 223 


Hishxy of Non-Western A/diitechiie 


ARCH 6281 


Selected Topics in Architechjral History 


ARCH 678F 


Focodes 


Business and Management 


BMGT 201 


Inhoduchon to Business Compuhng 


BMGT 220 


Pnnciples of Accounnng 1 


BMGT 221 


Principles of Accounhng II 


BMGT 310 


Intermediote Accounhng 1 


BMGT 323 


Income Tax Accounhng 


BMGT 340 


Business Finonce 


BMGT 350 


Moitehng Principles ond Orgonizohon 


BMGT 364 


Monogement ond Orgonizohon Theory 


BMGT 370 


Inhoduchon hi Transportohon Monogement 


BMGT 380 


Business low 1 


BMGT 381 


Business litw II 


BMGT 402 


Dohibose Systems 


BMGT 422 


Audihng Theory ond Prochce 


BMGT 440 


Finonciol Monogement 


BMGT 445 


Commeraol Bonk Monogement 


BMGI 495 


Business Policies 


BMGT 505 


Orgonizohonol Behavior ond StrotegK 




Monogement 


BMGT 662 


Organizohonol Sehovior ond Humon Resources 


BMGT 663 


Inhoduchon ra hie Monogement of Humon 




Resources 


BMGT 681 


Monogenal Economics ond PublK Policy 


BMGT 725 


Infomianonol Systems Analysis and Design 


BMGT 726 


Distnbuted Doh) Processing 


BMGT 741 


Advanced Finonciol Monogement 


BMGT 743 


Inveshnenl Monogement 


BMGT 746 


Intemohonol Finonciol Monogement 


BMGT 753 


Intemohonol Morkehng 


BMGT 754 


Buyer Behovior Anolysis 


BMGT 795 


Monogement of the Mulhnahonol Firm 


BMGT 798A 


Orgonizohonol Chonge 


BMGT 798C 


Financial Sratement Anolysis 



Chinese 



CHIN 21 



Chinese Poehy inh) EngTish: An Inhoduchon 



Communication 



COMM 107 Oral Communicohon: Pnnciples ond Prachces 
COMM 324 Communicohon ond Gender 



Comparative literature 



CMIT 270 Globol literature ond Sociol Chonge 
C«IT 275 World bteiotuie by Women 

Criminology ond Criminol Justice 

CCS 234 Low of Cnminol Inveshgohon 
COS 320 Inhoduchon h! Oiminolishcs 



Economics 



ECON 200 Principles of Microeconomics 
ECON 201 Pnnciples of Mocr^fconomics 
ECON 305 Intermediote Moctoeconomic Theory 
ond Policy 



ECON 306 Intemiediote Miaoeconomic Theory 
ECON 440 Intemohonol Economo 

English 

ENGl 101 Inhoduchon to Wrihng 

ENGl 3 1 Medieval ond Renoissonce Brihsh Uterohjre 

ENGl 360 African, Indion and Cohbbeon Writers 

ENGl 379E Film AnotysK ■ The Rhetonc of Fichonol Wodds 

ENGl 391 Advanced Composihon 

ENGl 393 Technicol Wrihng 

ENGl 393X Technical Wnhng (tor shjdeirts for whom 

English b o second longuoge) 

ENGl 394 Business Wnhng 

ENGl 404 Shokespeore. The Inter Woiks 

ENGl 420 Lttcrahire of the Romonhc Peiiod I 

ENG1479A AIDS ond Ahxon Afnerico: HisloiY, Hieloric 

ond literohjre 

ENGL 489A The Ijinguoge of Adveihsing 

ENGl 60T literary Reseorch and Cnhcol Conleids 

ENGL601A Uterary Research and Cnhcol Contexls 

ENGL 611 Approaches ra College Composihon 

Family Studies 

FMST 487 legol Aspects of Fomily Problems 
fMST 498R Sexuolhy ond family Relohons 

Fire Protection Engineeriog 

ENFP489R Risk Anolysis ond File Safety DahJ 
Geography 

GEOG 373 Geographic Informohon Systems 
Government and Politics 

GVPT 309X Conflict Resoluhon - The IstoeWoleshnion 

Experiment 
GVPT 399B Viehwm Legooes and Film 
GVn479A Problems of Americon Pubk Poky: 

The Polihcs of hie Viehxim Wb 

Health 

HITH 1 50 first Aid ond Emergency Medicol Services 
Hlffl 377 Humon Seiuolity 
HITH 471 Women's HeoHh 

History 

HIST 355 CrvDWorandlheliiseoflndusliiatzation. 

1860-1900 
HIST453 DiplomohcHishiryoflheUnJledSlDlesliomI914 

HIST 459A Nohve Americon EthnohishKy: Theories and 

Methods 
HIST 467 History of Morykind 

Honors 



HONR 239K 


The Discoveiv of Penonatly in liteialue 


Human Development 


EDHD 460 


Educohonol Psychology 


Italian 




ITA1271 
TTAl. 4991! 


The ManAmencnn Experience Cm English) 
Ihrlion for Research 


Joumalisn 




JOUR 530 


Public Relahons Theaiy ond Iechni(|ues 
for Graduate ShjdenIs 


Library Science 


IBSC 690 
IBSC708W 
IBSC 794 


Informohon Technology 
Monoging Cuhural Inshnthons 
Prinoples of Software Evokjolion 


Philosophy 


PHIL 447 


Philosophy of low 


Measurement, Statistics and 
Evaluation 



EDMS 645 QuonhhJhve Reseorch Mehiods I 
EDMS 646 Quonhhihve Reseorch Methods II 
EDMS 651 Intermediote StotishG in Educohon 



Sociology 



SOO 4988 Sociology of Populot Culhjte 
Spanish 

SPAN 201 Intemiediote Spanish 

SPAN 301 Advonced Grommor and Composition I 

SPAN 312 Advonced Conversahon II 

SPAN 409 Hisponic Literature: Hovek) y one en 

lotinoomna 

SPAN 448 Sebelim y levolixmdel agh XX en Mexko 

Special Education 

EDSP 376 fundomenhils of Sign language 
EDSP 470 Introduchon to Speoal fducohon 
EDSP 49 1 Charoctenshcs of leomrng Dsobled Shjdenrs 

Urban Studies and I 



URSP 681 Uibon Planning Isw 
URSP 703 Community Planning Field Inshiidion 
ond Prachcum 



12 VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT t* w w . i n f o t m . u in d . e d u / s u m m e r 



CORE Required Courses 

These CORE courses ore offered during Summet Sessions I ond II, 1 999 Consult Itie most 
re<enl edition of the Schedule of Closses oi Undergioduote Cotolog for CORE progrom 
requirements Refer to the Schedule of Closses in this calologue lor session cinss hme 
infomiotron. 

CORE Fundamental Studies 
Courses 



CORE Mathematics and the 
Sciences 



CORK FHVSiCAt SciHNCis Non-Lab Couiists (PS) 
ASIR 1 00 Introduction to Astronomy 
ENES lOOA Introduction to Engineering Design 
PHVS 1 6 1 GenernI Physics; Mechanics ond Portrcle Oynnmics 



CORl'. I.IIH SCIHNCJKS NON 

NFSCIOO Elements of Nuttihon 



(LS) 







PBIO 235 


Envrronmenhil Science (tormedy BOTN 211) 


CORE AND USP l\Tru)rH'< HON to Writing Courses 






ENGL 101 


Intiodirction h) Writing 


CORE Math or Formal Rkasoninci Non-Lab 


ENGL I01X 


Introduction to Writing (English as a second language) 


CoiiRsi s (MS) 
CMSC 1 50 Inhoduction to Discrete Structures 


CORF. ANL 


) USP Proh ssioNAi WRrirNc", Courses 


GE0GI70 


Mops ond Mop Use 


ENGL 391 


Advonced Conrposifion 


MATH 1 1 1 


Introduchon to Probobility 


ENGL 392 


Advanced Composition: Prelaw 


MATH 140 


Calculus 1 


ENGL 393 


lechnical Writtng 


MATH 141 


Colculus II 


ENGL 393X 


lechnical Wrihng (English as a second languoge) 


MATH 220 


Elementoty Calculus 1 


ENGL 394 


Business Wrihng 


MATH 221 


Elementary Calculus II 


ENGL 395 


lechnrcol Wnhng: Pre-Med 


MATH 240 


Introduchon to Linear Algebra 






PHIL 170 


Inhoduchon to logic 


CORE ANL 


1 USP MArnFMArris Courses 


PHIl 209P 


Philosophy and Computers 


MATH 110 


Elementary Mothemohcol Models 


STAT 100 


Elementary Stohshcs and Probobility 


MA1H111 


Introduchon to Probability 






MA1H113 


College Algebra with Applicolions 


CORE PHYsrcAL Sciences Lab Courses (PL) 


MATHH5 


Precolculus 


ASIR 101 


General Ashonomy 






CHEMI03 


General Chemistry 1 


CORE Distributive Studies 


CHEMI03M 
CHEM113 


Generol Chemishy 1 
General Chemishy II 


NOTE: Courses noted "(0)" olso meet the CORE Diversity Requirement 


CHEM113M 


General Chemistry II 






GEOL 100/ 




Humanities and the Arts 


110 


Physical Geology and Physicol Geology loboralory 
(B01H COURSES MUST BE TAKEN IN THE SAME SESSION) 






PHYS121 


Fundomenlols of Physrcs 1 


CORE LlTERATl'RE COURSES (HL) 


PHYS122 


Fundomenlols of Physics II 


CHIN 213 


Chinese Poelty into English: An Introduction (D) 


PHVS 262 


General Physics: Vibrahons, Waves, Heat, Elechicily, 


CWS170 


Greek ond Roman Mythology 




and Mognehsm 


CMLT270 


Giobol Lrleratute and Social Chonge (D) 


CORE LiFF S( rFNi FS I ah CorMiSFs fl.L) 


CMLT 275 
ENGL 205 
ENGL 222 
ENGL 234 
ENGL 241 
ENGL 250 
ENGL278S 


WoHd Lterohjre by Women (olso os WMS1 275) (D) 

Inttoductron to Shakespeare 

Amencon Ulerohjie: 1865 to the Present 

Inhoduction to Ahicon-Amencon Oterahire (D) 

Inhoduchon to the Novel 

Introduchon to Literature by Women (also WMST 255) (D) 

The American Short Story in Its Wodd Context 


ANTH 220 
BIOL 105 
BIOL 105M 
BIOL 106 
CHEM 104 
MICB 200 
PBIO 100/ 
101 


Inhoduchon to Biological Anthrapology (0) 

Principles of Biology 1 

Principles of Biology 1 

Principles of Biology II 

Fundamentals of Organic and Biochemistiy 

General Micrabiology 


HONR 238B 


Imoges of Masculinity in Twenheth Century Amencon 
Lrteroture and Film 


Plant Biology for Non-Science Shjdents and Inboratory in 






Plant Biology (formerly BOTN 104/105, B01H COURSES 


HONR 239K 


The Discovery of Personolity in Lterahjre 




MUST BE TAKEN IN THE SAME SESSION) 


SPAN 222 


Culhiral Difference in Contemporary Lohn American Culture(O) 


Z00L20I 


Humon Anatomy and Physiology 1 


WMSI255 


Inhoduction \o Uterohjre by Women (olso os ENGL 250) (D) 






WMST275 


Wodd Llerohjre by Women (olso os CMLT 275) (D) 






CORE HisTOkv OK TiitoHv of the Arts Courses (HA) 


Social Sciences and History 


ARCH 170 


Introduchon to the 8uilt Environment 






ASCH 223 


History of Non-Western Architcchrre (0) 


COKE So 


(lAi oi; Poll 111 \i Hisioiiv Courses (SH) 


AliTHlOO 


Intiodudion to Art 


AASP 100 


Inhoduction lo Afro-Amerrcon Shjdies (D) 


ARIH200 


Art of the Western World to 1300 


AASP202 


Block Culhjre in the Unrted States (D) 


ARTH201 


Art of the Westem World after 1300 


HIST 111 


The Medieval World 


ARTN290 


Art of Asia (D) 


HIST 113 


Modem Europe: 1789 -Present 


ARniSO 


Inhoduchon to Art Theory 


HIST 156 


Historv of the Unrted States to 1865 


MUSC 130 


Survey of Music Utetohire 


HIST 157 


Hisfcry of the United States srnce 1865 


MUSC 140 


Music Fundamenhils 1 


HIST 210 


Women in Americo to 1 880 (also os WMS1 2 1 0) (D) 


MUSC 210 


The Impact of Music on Life (D) 


HONR 248G 


Social and Graup Violence in America 


THETllO 


Introduction to hie Theatre 


KNES 293 


History of Sport in Amenca 


WMST250 


Intiodurtion to Women's Studies: Women, Art, ond Cuhure (D) 


WMST 210 


Women in America lo 1880 (olso os HIST 210) (D) 


CORE Hi 


\iA\iiiis Coiiisrs (HO) 


CORE BtHAvroRAL and SocrAi Science Courses (SB) 


AMST203 


Popular Culhjte in America 


AASP 101 


Public Policy ond the Block Community 


AMST204 


Film and Americon Culhjre Shrdies 


ANTH 260 


Inhoduchon to Socioculhjrol Anthropology and Unguishcs (D) 


FREN 203 


Intermediate French 


casioo 


Inhoduchon to Cnminal lushcc 


FREN 204 


Review Grammor 


CCS 105 


Inhoduchon to Cnminology 


GERM 201 


Intermediate Germon 1 


ECON 200 


Principles of Micro-Economics (focmedy os ECON 203) 


GERM 202 


Intetmediote German II 


ECON 201 


Principles of Macro-Economics 


HIST 112 


The Rise of the West: 1500-1789 


GEOG 100 


Introduction to Geography 


ITAL271 


The IhilionArperican Experience 


GE0G130 


Developing Counliies (D) 


KNES262 


Philosophy of Sport 


GEOG 202 


The World in Cultural Perspeflive 


LARC160 


Inhoduchon to Londscope Architechjre 


GVPT 100 


Principles of Government and Polihcs 


UNG240 


Language and Mind 


GVPT170 


Amencon Government 


PHIL 100 


Inhoduchon hi Philosophy 


GVPT 200 


Intemohonol Polrhcol Relohons 


PHIl 140 


Contemporary Moral Issues 


JOUR 100 


Inhoduchon hi Moss Communicnhon 


PHIL 250 


Philosophy of Science 1 


LING 200 


Inhoducttry Unguishcs 


SPAN 201 


Intetmediote Spanish 


PSYC 100 


Inhoduchon to Psychology 


SPAN 202 


Intermediate Grammor and Composihon 


SOCV 100 


Inhoduchon to Sociology 






SOCY 105 


Inhoduchon to Contemporary Social Problems 



CORE Advanced Study RFQurREMFNT 

See the second edihon Spring 1 999 oi first edition Fall 1 999 Schedule of Closses for c 

CA)Rt Cai'stom Coursi ICS) 

(MAroRs ONtv; Afhr Comimfting 86 CtiEtJiTS) 

BMG1 457 Modcehng Policies and Sholegles 

BMGT 495 Business Policies 

t:ORE Human Cuiturai. llrvERsiTY 
('" indicates course is also CORE Dishihulive Shidies) 



CORE DrvERStFY ( 



Re< 



mmendcd for 

LnrsiiMis- AMI SoriioMoKis (Under 56 Cked(Ts) (D) 

AASP 100 Inho. to Afro-Amencon Shjdies' 

AASP 202 Block Culhjre in the United Slotes* 

AMST 2 1 2 Diversity in Americon Culture 

ANTH 220 Introduchon to Biological Anhrropology* 

ANTH 260 Introduchon to Socroculturol Anthrapology ond Unguishcs* 

ARCH 223 History of Non-Western Architcdure" 

ARTH290 Art of Asia* 

CHIN 213 Chinese Poetry into English An Inhoduchon* 

CMIT 270 Giobol Uternhjre and Sociol Change 

CMLT 275 World literature by Women* (olso as WMST 275) 

ENGL 234 Introduchon to Ahican-Americon Uterature* 

ENGL 250 Inhoduchon to Uterature by Women* (also os WMST 255) 

GEOG 130 Developing Countries* 

HIST 2 1 Women rn America to 1 880* (also os WMST 210) 

MUSC 2 1 The Impoct of Music on Ufe* 

SPAN 222 Cultural DJference in Contemporary lohn Amencon Culhjre* 

WMST 210 Women in America to 1880* (also os HIST 210) 

WMST 250 Introduchon to Women's Studies. Women, Art, and Culhjre* 

WMST 255 Inhoduchon to Ulerohjre by Women" (also ns ENGl 250) 

WMST 275 World Literahjre by Women* (also os CMIT 275) 

CORE Diversity Courses Recommended for JUNtORS 
and Seniors (After 56 CREDrrs) (D) 

COS 370 Race, Crime, and Criminal Justice 

COMM 324 Communrcohon and Gender (lotmerly SPCH 324) 

COMM 360 The Rhelonc of Block America (formedy SPCH 360) 

COMM 482 Interculhjral Communitohon (formedy SPCH 482) 

EDCP 420 Educofion and Rocrsm 

ENGl 348A Women in the Plnnlohon 

ENGL 360 African, Indian, and Canbbean Writers 

FMST 381 Poverty, Affluence, and Families 

GVPT 447 Islomic Political Philosophy 

HIST 31 4A Crisis and Change in the Middle Lost ond Africa: 
Nohonolism ond Nohon-Building in the Middle East 

HIST 473 History of rhe Canbbean 

HITH 471 Women's Heolhi (also as WMST 471) 

PSYC 354 Crass<ultural Psychology 

SOCY 325 Sociology of Gender (olso as WMST 325) 

WMST 325 Socrology of Gender (also as SOCY 325) 

WMST 47 1 Women's Health (also os HLTH 47 1 ) 

COREOne-Timf Om.^ CoFKsis 
Ihe following CORE courses ore approved for Summet 1 999 only in the CORE cotegories 
noted. 
ENGL 278F The Blues Tradihon: Afncon-American Folk and Popular Song (HO/D) 

USP shjdents should contact the CORE Office in the Office of the Dean for Undecgroduote 
Shjdies, 2130 Mitchell Building, 7ip 5251, phone (301) 405-9359 for lists of opproved 
USP courses- 



CORE COURSES 



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Course Listing 



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For a complete list of evening courses, see page 1 2. 



I Web at http://www.testudo.unid.edu and http://www.inform.umd.edu/summer. 



The following course listing is accurate as this catalogue went to press. 
However, departments often add course sections in response to high 
demand, and others might have been rescheduled. 

You can get up-to-the-minute course offerings at 
http://www.testudo.umd.edu and http://mform.uind.edu/summer. 



► Seat counts and sections information are updated hourly and 
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Guidelines for Course Selection 

The session for which a specific course section is scheduled is designated by 
the first two digits of the section number: 01 for Summer Session I and 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 



title 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 can be found on 
page 3 of this catalogue. In many instances registration, billing and 
grading procedures will be different for those courses. 



AASP AfrO'American 
Studies 

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

(3) m/ff/m. 

CORE: Sodol or Politjtol History (SH) DIVERSITY Signiticont ospem 
of the history of ifro-Amentons *ith portinitot emphosis on Ihe 
evolution ond development of black communihes from slovety to 
Ihe present, Interdistiplinory inlioduction to socio!, politicol. legol 
ond economic toots of contemporory problems foced by blocks in 
the United Stotes with opplicohons to the lives of other tocinl ond 
ethnic minorihes in the Amencos ond in other sociehes, 
0101(00001) Wilson, F. IuWIh2:O0pm-4;15pm 
(PIS nil) 

AASPi 01 Public Policy and the Black 
Community 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behovioral ond Sociol Science (SB) Formerly SASP 300. Ifie 
import of public policies on tfie block community ond Ihe role of 
Ihe policy process in offerting the social, economic ond polihcol 
welHieing of minorities. Pnrticulor ottenlion given to the post-1 960 
to present era. 

0101(00012) England,!. TuTh9:30om-l 2:50pm 
(PLSlllS) 

MSP386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 
fmeqmite: peimissm ol iefoitmenl. % imestei hotm. 
0101 (00032) McCorty.l, 
Meets 06/01/99-08/20/99 W 4:00pm-6:30pm 
(IFF 1222) 
Time and room to be ononged Dis 

AASP398X Selected Topics in the African 
O Diaspora: African-American 
PoUtics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

0101(00042) lohnson,0. TuW 5:00pm-8:20pm 
(LEE 1220) 
This couise examines Afticon American pote in the United States, 
bolti post ond present, by onalyzing the block polihcol struggle for 



freedom ond the relohonship between Africon Amencons ond 
traditional Amencon polihcol inshtotions The course olso discusses 
importont aspects of block polihcol culhire, including rociol idenhty, 
rop music, and gender relohons. 

AASP478I Humanities Topics in Afro- 
American Studies: Black 
Popular Culture in American 

Society 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course will examine contemporory block populor culhjre in Ihe 
U.S. from the 1970s to the 1990s. Film, television, literature, 
odvethsemenis and music will be examined os cultural products 
that reflect the porhculor values and ethos of block Americons in 
the letter pnit of Ihe 20th Century. We will explore how polihcol 
ond historicol fortors such os the "wor on poverty," the Reogon 
yeors, ond Ihe Rodney King incident influenced the produrtion of 
block populor culhjre. 



0101 (00062) 



:, E. TuThn:00om-2:30pm 
(PIS 1117) 



AGRO Agronomy 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

AGR0308 Field Soil Morphology 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: One college course (3 credits) in Inhoductory Soil 
Science (or permission of insttuctoi). An intensive field study of soils 
ot locohons across Ihe state ol Morylond, wrth particular emphosis 
on soil morphology soil clossihcohon, and evoluohng Ihe suitability 
of soils foe vonety of uses. Special Fee: $297/student to be 
chorged to cover field preporohon ond the costs of tronspottohon. 

0101 (00185) Robenhotst, M. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWThF 7:00om-7:00pm 
(HJP1104) 

AGR0386 Experiential Learning IPemfeqj 

(3-6) REG/P-F 

Indh/iduol Instruchon course: contort deportment ot instruflor to 
obtoin sechon numbet Prerequisite: permission of deportment. 56 
semester hours. 



Course Prefix 
and nuiuber — 



Evening Course- 
Credits 



Sample Course Listing 



AASPIOO Introduction to Afro- 
O American Studies 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 



Course Title 



Grade Method ■ 
REG = A-F Grading 
P-F = Poss/Foil 
AUD = Aud'rt Grading 

MARS Number - 



CORE: Social or Polhicol History (SH) DIVERSITY Srgnificont ospefls 

of Ihe history of Afco-Amencons with porhculor emphosis on the 

evoluhon and development of block communihes from slavery to 
Ihe present. Inteidsciplinory introduction to social, polihcol, legol 
ond economic roots of contemporary pmblems faced by blocks in 
tfie United States with opplicohons to the lives of other todol ond 
ethnic minonhes in tfie Americas and in other sociehes. 



r 



-0101(00001) Wilson, F. 



Last 2 Digits = 
Course Section 



AGR0499 Special Problems in 
Agronomy 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual insttuction course: contoct department ot instiurtoi to 
obhiin seflion numbet 

AGR0608 Research Methods 

(1-4)REG/AU0. 

Individual instruchon course: contoct deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion numbet 

AGRO608B Research Methods: Field 
Studies in Pedology 

14) REG/AUD. 

Prerequsite: One college course (3 credits) in Intiodurtory Soil 
Science (or pemission of instrurtor). An intensive field study of soils 
ot locohons ocross the Stote of Maryland, with porhculor emphasis 
on soil morphology soil clossihcohon, ond evaluating the suitobility 
of soils for voriety of uses Special Fee: $297/studenl to be 
charged to cover held preporohon and the costs of tronsportofion. 

0101 (00201) Rabenhorst, M. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MIuWThF 7:OOam-7:OOpm 
(HIP 1104) 



TuWTh2:00pm-4:15pm| 
(PL51111) 



Days/ 

Times/ 

Location 



AGRD799 Master's Thesis Research 

11-6) REG. 

Individuol insttuction course: contort depotttneni or instturtor to 
obtoin sechon numbet 

AGR0899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiurtion course: contort deporhnent oi instiurtoi to 
obtain sertion numbet 



AMST American Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 
AMST201 Introduction to American 
Studies 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Intiodurtion to Americon culhjral shrd- 
ies — post and present — by examining Ihe concept of "ser in 
Americon oulobiographical wrihng and tfie concept of "society" in 
occounts of vorious tommunihes. 
0101(00264) Anromnn, G. MTuTfi9:30om-l 1:45am 
aiFllOl) 



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AMST204 Film and American Culture 
O Studies 

(31 REG/P-f/AUD. 

CORE: Humanities (HO) Exploration ol the American film fiom on 
histoiicol perspective, iilustioting ttie motion picture's role os on 
institntionol phenomenon, os o fomt ol communicotton, ond os o 
source ol cioss-cultutol study. 
0101(00284) Lounsburv,M. MW6.15pm-9:45pm 
aiE2101) 

AMST21 2 Diversity in American 
Culture 

(3) REG/P-E/AUD. 

OIVERSiry Exploration of ttie role ol ethnic diveisity in the slioping 
of Americon culture, Speciol emphosis will be ploced on the multi- 
cultural origins of Amencon populor ond motenol culture, such os 
loodwoys ond enteiloinment, ond on the experience of 
"Amencnnizotion." 

0101 (00294) Pooletti, \ Time ond room to be arranged 
On-line (loss with no scheduled doss meetings (office consultations 
with the inshuctoi con be oiranged). This format requires self-disci- 
pline ond the obilily to woik independentfy Students must hove 
bosic computer and World Wide Web literacy skills as well os WAM 
or olhei ISP accounts. For more informolion, conract the instructor, 
Dr )o Pnoletti by Hnoil |p4@umail, umd.edu 

AMST386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) REG/P-f, 

Individual inshuchon course: contact deportment or instmctor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: permission of department. 
56 semester bours. 

AMST398 Independent Studies 

(1-3) REG. 

Individual inshucfion course: contnct depoftnient or instructor to 
obtorn section number. 

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

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course meets once, foce to lace, on Tuesdoy, June 1 . All other 
meetings will be through die Intemet, via e^nail and a Web based 
doss chotroom. This course requires extensive use of the Intemet. 
Students must hove o WAM account prior ro Moy 25. Dunng the 
term we will cnticolly engage and conhihute to the moss phenome- 
non of Web publicohon ond virtual exhibition, explonng, on multb 
pie levels, cbonges in the pioduchon and recephon of knowledge 
engendered by new inlormohon technologies. For further informo- 
tion, contact Debra OeRuyver, ddl31@umoil.umd.edu oi by 
phone, (301)305-0788. 
0101(00328) DeRuyvec, D. Time and room to be orianged 

AMST418Q Cultural Themes in America: 
Public Schools, 
Extracurricular Activities, 
and the Acculturation of 
American Adolescents 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(00338) Adoms,P Mb 4:30pm-7:50pm 
aiE2101) 
This course examines the lole of high school extracurriculor ochvibes 
including interscholosbc sports, music groups, social and scbolostic 
programs thot ore port of the hnditionol bigb school expenence. 
Students will be asked to consider both the senous and formal sig 
nihconce ol these odivibes, ond the unolhciol social meaning result- 
ing bom the sonctioned ond unsonctioned behavior of students por- 
bdpobng in events such as homecoming, prom, and graduohon, os 
well OS the images of these events and odivifies os presented in the 
popular medio. The doss will be presented in o colloquium formot 
with some informal lechjres ond discussion ond porticpohon. 

AMST4iaR Cultural Themes in America: 
The Space Program and 
American National 
Character 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(00348) Hilbish, TuTh 12:50pm-4:10pm 

aiF2101) 

This course examines bow science fiction writers, scienbsts, and 

polihcions fostered the populor convichon thot the conquest of 

space was possible and desirable as a part of American manifest 



deshny The focus will be on the rale that populor culhjre ond dis- 
couRe played rn the formulohon ol nnhonol spoce policy during the 
1 950s ond 1 960s The Spoce Program is olso considered within 
the context ol the Cold Wor with the Sovret Union during the post- 
Wodd Wor II penod Beginning with Fredenck iockson Turner's 
influenbol essny 'The Signihcance of the Franber in Americon 
History' and )on W Word's "The Meaning of Undbergh's Flight," 
the concept of 'space os honber" os o port of Ameiicon nohonal 
chorader is explored ond debated. 

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

13) REG/P-F/AUD 

hewqmile: a course in one ol Ihe lollowmg — MfSI, fi/m, 
IwenlielHentviy Ameman history, AHJH, or SOCI Invesbgnbng 
the interachon between the bim medium and on era of significant 
cultural change, the course will emphosize: 1 ) insbhjftonol fodois; 
2) Hollywood genres; 3) documentaries ond experimentol obsen/o- 
hon and reform. 

0101(00358) lounsbury,M. MW l:00pm^:30pm 
(TIF 2101) 

AMST429I Perspectives on Popular 
Culture: Black Popular 
Culture in American Society 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course will examine contemporary Block populor culhtre in the 
U.S. hom the 1970s to the 1990s Film, television, liteiohjre, 
odvertisements, and music will be examined os culhiral products 
that leflect the porticulor values ond edros of Block Americans in 
poihculai ol this moment in history. We will explore how polihcol 
ond bistoricol fach)rs such os the "war on poverty," the Reogan 
yeors, ond the Rodney King incident influenced the production of 
Block populor culhire. 
0101(00378) George, E. TuTb 1 1 :00am-2;30pm 
(PIS 1117) 

AMST698 Directed Readings in 
American Studies 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contact department or inshudor to 
obmin secbon numbei. 

AMST799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instrudion couise: conhict department or instiuctor ro 
obram secbon number. 

AMST899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise: conhirt department or inshudor to 
obtain sedion number. 



ANSC Animal Science 

(Agriculture .-^nd N.wural 
Resources) 

The following courses moy rnvolve the use of animals. Sbjdents 
who ore concerned about the use of animols in teoching hove the 
responsibility to contact the instructor, prior to couise enrollment, to 
determine whertier onimals ore ra be used in the course, wbethei 
doss exeidses involving animals ore opbonol or required and what 
oltemohves, if ony, ore ovoilable. 

ANSC386 Experiential Learning iPeimReqi 
(3-6) REG/P-F 

Prerequisite: perrrtissm olrlepanment 56 semester hours. 
0101(00443) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

ANSC399 Special Problems in Animal 

Science IPermReqj 
(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon couise: conran deportment oi insbuctoi to 
oblnin secbon nombei. 

ANSC660 Poultry Literature 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

Reodings on individuol topics ore assigned. Written reports requited. 
Methods of analysis ond piescntahon of scienhfic motenol ore dis- 
cussed. 

0101(00457) STAFF Time ond room to be orianged 



ANSC699 Special Problems in Animal 
Science iPcmReq) 

(1-2)REG/AU0. 

Individuol inshudion course: contort deportment or inshudoi to 
obwin sedion numbei. 

ANSC799 Master's Thesis Research 

(PermSeq) 
(1-6) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon couise: contod deportment oi inshuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

ANSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research (Pemlleqj 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: conhirt department or inshuctor to 
obtain secbon number. 

ANTH Anthropology 

( BFIt.WIOR.M ,-\Nll SOCt.-\L Scil-.XCES) 

ANTH220 Introduction to Biological 
Anthropology 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science lob (EL) DIVERSITY Credit wril be granted lor 
only one of Ihe following: ANTH 101 or ANTH 220. Formerly ANTH 
101. Human biologicol evoluhon including the biology of contem- 
porary humon groups, non+uman pnmote sodol behovior, and hie 
fossil, biochemical, and molecular evidence for humon evoluhon 
Includes o loborarory shjdy of humon populohon generics, biochem- 
icol vonohon, ond anatomical diversity in modem ond fossil humon 
and non-human primate graups. 

0101(00545) MocK,M MWF9:30am-ll:45om 
(SKN1112) 
TuTh9:00am-ll:40om 
(W0S0124D)Lab 

ANTH260 Introduction to 

Sociocultural Anthropology 
and Linguistics 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE. Bebaviorol ond Social Science (SB) DIVERSITY Credit will be 
granted for only one of die following: ANTH 102 or ANTH 260, 
Formerly ANTH 102 Culhire ond sociol reloSonships in o wide vori- 
ely ol sehings from small-scale to complex soriebes An overview 
of bow onthropology onolyzes humon behovior. Porticulor ottenhon 
hi hie relahonship between language ond culbiie. 
0101(00555) Shiort.W MTuW9:30om-ll:45om 
aLF2101) 

ANTH360 Method and Theory in 

Sociocultural Anthropology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisite: ANTH 260. Theorabcal oppiooches and leseorch meth- 
ods in socioculhjral anthropology. Emphasis on cunent debutes, 
new direcbons, and their hishiricol ontecedents. 
0101(00565) Stuart, W MTuW l:00pm-3:15pm 
(KEY 0125) 

ANTH386 Experiential Learning iPemgeql 

(1-6) REG/P-F 

Individual inshuchon course: conran deportment or inshuchir ro 
obram secbon number Prerequisite, permission ol deportment 
Recommended: complehon of advanced courses in relevont subheld 
of anthropology 56 semester hours. For ANTH majors only 
Approval of Inshuctoi Required: check with deportment for seflion 
(and index) number. 

ANTH398A Independent Study iPermSeq) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: conWd deportment or instiurtor hj 
obrain sechon number. 

Approval of InshucWi required; check wihi deportment foi sechon 
(and index) numbei. 

ANTH476 Senior Research (Permgeq] 
(3-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: conhifl deportment or inshufloi to 
obtain sechon number for AHIH rao/ors only Credil mill be gmnl- 
ed lor only one ol the lolhmng: AHIH 476 or AHIH 486. 
Capstone couise in which stodents pursue independent leseoich 



inra cuiient problem in ontbropology, selerted with ossishince of 
committee of foculty. Reseoicb leads to the wiihng of a senioi 
diesis in onthropology 

ANTH477 Senior Thesis (PermHeq) 
(3-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course: contort deportment oi instiurtor hi 
obtain sertion number. Prerequisite: AHIH 476, permmon ol 
tiepanment. for AHIH moprs only. Credit will be granted lor only 
one ol the lotlowing: AHIH 477 or AHIH 487. Copstone course in 
which shjdents wnte o senior riiesis on independent research into o 
current problem in anthropology Ihe thesis is dehned before o 
commihee of faculty. 

ANTH486 Honors Research 

(3) REG/PF/AUO. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contort deportment or inshuOor to 
obram secnon number. Prerequisites, permission of deportment; 
admission ro Unive^ity Honors Program or Anthropology Honors 
Program For ANTH mojors only Credit will be granted for only one 
of hie following: ANTH 486 or ANTH 476. Copstone course in 
which shjdents pursue mdependent research into o current problem 
in anthropology, selerted wirti ossistonce of a commrttee of hiculty. 
Reseorch leods to the wribng of on honors thesis in nnthiopology 

ANTH48 Honors Thesis 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indiwduol inshuchon couise: contort department oi inshurtoi to 
obtoin sechon number. Prerequisites: AHJH 486, permission ol 
deportment; admission to Univeisity Honors Program or 
Anthropology Honors Program, for AHIH motors only Credit will be 
granted lor only one ol the lollowing: AHIH 487 or AHIH 477 
Copstone course m which shjdents write o thesis on the results of 
independent reseorch into o cunent problem in onthropology. 

ANTH496 Field Methods in 
Archaeology 

(6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

formerly AHIH 499. Field homing in the techniques of orchaeologi- 
col survey and excovobon. 

0101 (00715) Neuwirth,]. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/09/99 MTuWThF 8:O0amJ(:00pm 
(Arranged) 
This course fiilfills requirements foi ANTH 340. 

ANTH6e9A Special Problems in 

Anthropology (PermKeq) 
(1-6)REG/S-F 

Individual inshuchon couise: conrart deportment or inshurtoi ra 
obtoin sertion numbei. 

Appravol of Inshudor required; check with department foi sedion 
(ond index) numbei 

ANTH696 Field Methods in 
Archaeology 

(6) REG/AUD. 

formerly AHIH 699. Field haining in the techniques of oichoeologi- 
col suivey and excovohon. 

0101 (00749) Neuwirth,]. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/09/99 MTuWThF 8:00om-(:00pm 
(Airanged) 

ANTH705 Internship IPermHeq) 

(3-12) REG/AUD. 
Individuol inshudion couise: conhirt deportment oi inshuchii hj 
obhiin sedion numbei. Prerequisite: AHIH 701. PrablenHiriented 
internship with on opprophote public agency or privote inshhihon 
undei the diiertion of o hiculty and ogency supeniisoi. 
Approval of Instiurtor required; check with deportment for sertion 
(and index) numbei. 

ANTH712 Internship Analysis fftmHe?; 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshurtion couise: conhirt deportment oi inshudoi hi 
obhiin sechon numbei. Prerequisite: AHIH 70S. The piepoiohon 
and presentobon of internship reports; development of skills in 
report wrihng and piesenhihon. The complehon of a professionol 
quolity report bosed on hie internship experience. Review of prob- 
lems in ertiics ond professional development. 

Approval of Inshurtoi required; check with department fill sechon 
(and index) numbei 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION I 15 



SESSION I 



ARCH Ar<hife«ture 

(Architecture) 

AliCHl 70 Introduction to the Built 
Environment 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORt Histoty or Iheocy of Am (HA) Introduction to contepluol, 
peicepluci, behoviorcl ond technical aspects of environmental 
design; mettiods of analysis, problem solving and project imple- 
mentation. 
0101 (00856) Ftoncescoto, G. MTuWTh 1 1 ;00am-l 2:40pm 
(ARC 1101) 

ARCH220 Histon- of Architecture I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Survey of Western orchiteclural history to the Renoissonce. With 
considerohon of porollel developments in the Eostem WoHd. 
0101(00866) Vonn.R. MTuWlhF 9;30am-10:50om 

(ARC 1101) 

ARCH223 History of Non- Western 
O Architecture (PemKeq) 
(31 REG. 

CORE: History or Iheory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Survey of nrchitec- 
turol history including prehctonc ond vemoculor; oncienl civilizo- 
tions of Egypt, Mesopotomio ond the Indus valley; the Islamic 
wodd; Hindu ond Buddhist trodihons of Asia; and pre- Europeon 
Africo ond the Americos. 
0101(00886) Vonn, R. luTh 7:00pm-l 0:00pm 

(ARC 1105) 

ARCH242 Drawing! 
O (2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Introduces the student to basic techniques of sketching ond use of 
various medio, 
0101(00897) EscoboU A(W7:00pm-l 0:00pm 
0UiC1103) 

ARCH343 Drawing II: Line Drawing 

O (3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisile: iUCH 400 mpemissm ol depailmenl. For ARCH 
mojOR only Basic hee hond line drawing for orchitecturol 
percephon and design. 
0101(00909) EscotaU TuTh7:OOpm-10:20pm 
(ARC 1101) 

ARCH428 Selected Topics in 

Architectural History (hmh(t) 

(1-3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual inslruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. Wojars only Conloct L Vonn for informotion. 

ARCH428G Selected Topics in 
O Architectural History: 
Great Cities 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(00939) Dupuy,K. TuTh 7:00pn>l 0:20pm 
(ARC 1123) 

ARCH429 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History (Permlleqj 

tl -4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instnjchon course: contoct department or instnjctor to 
obtain sechon number Wojars only. Contact L Vonn for informafton, 

ARCH470 Computer Applications in 

O Architecture (PermSeq) 

(3) REG. 

fereijuisrfe: iUCH 400 or femission ol deportmeol. Introduction 
to computer piogromming and uhliznhon, with emphosis on nichi- 
tecturol opplicohons. 
0101(00968) BovilLC. MW7:00pm-l 0:20pm 
(ARC 1123) 

ARCH479 Independent Studies in 
Architecture 

(M) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contact department or instructoi to 
obtain sechon number. 



ARCH628 Selected Topics in 

Architectural History: 
Architectural History (PemKeq) 
(I-3IREG/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. Woiors only. Contact L Vann for informohon. 

ARCH629 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History IPemReqi 
(I-3)REG/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contact department or instructoi to 
obtoin sechon number. Moprs only. Contoct L Vonn for infomiahon. 

ARCH6788 Selected Topics in 
Architecture 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number 



AREC Agricultural and 
Resource Economics 

(Agriculture and Natur.^l 
Resources) 

AREC386 Experiential Learning IPermfeql 
(3-6) REG/P-E 

Individual instturtion course: contoct department or inslnirtor to 
obtoin sechon number. Pierequisile: peimission ol deportment- 56 
semester tours. 

AREC399 Special Problems 

(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indwiduol instruchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

AREC699 Special Problems in 

Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 

(1-2) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contact department or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

AREC799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course: contort department or instrurtoi to 
obtain sechon number. 

AREC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contort department or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 



ARHU Arts and 
Humanities 

(Arts and Humanities) 

ARHU386 Experiential Learning IPermKeql 
(3-6) REG/P-E 

Prerequisite: permission ol rleportment 56 semester hours. 
0101(01350) Best, D Time and room to be arronged 

ARTH Art History & 
Archaeology 

(Arts anu Hlmanities) 

ARTHIOO Introduction to Art 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Ho credit tomrrS the motor 
con be received lot this course Mojor approoches to understanding 
hie visual oris, and includes anolysis of techniques, subiert motter, 
and form. Poinhng, sculpture, aichiterture, ond the graphic oris. 

0101(01450) Withers, 1 MTuWTh 12.30pm-l :50pm 
(ASY3215) 
f 12:30pm-l:50pm 
(ASY3215)0is 



ARTH200 Art of the Western World 
to 1300 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Poinhng, sculpture, and 
orchrterture hom prehstonc hmes to the Renoissonce. 
0101(01460) STAFF MTuWTh ll:00om-12:20pm 

(ASY3215) 
Fll:00am-12:20pm 
(ASY3215)Dis 

ARTH290 Art of Asia 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY South and East 
Asian orl hom prehistory through the mid-nineteenth century 
0101(01481) Kita,S. MTuWTh 9:30nm-10:50om 

(ASY3215) 
F9:30om-10:50om 
(ASY3215)Dts 

ARffl351 Twentieth-Century Art 
from 1945 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

formerly AHJh 456. Poinhng, sculpture ond architecture in Europe 
and America hom 1 945 to the present. 

0101(01492) Withers,). MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm 
(ASy3215) 

ARTH386 Experiential Learning (Permteq) 

(3-6) REG/P-E 

Individual insliuchon course: contort department or instructor to 
obtain seflion number. Pretequ'rsile: permission ol deportment 56 
setiwster hours. 

kmm Directed Studies in Art 

History I IPermSeql 
(2-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indhridual instnjchon course: contort deportment or insfnirtor to 
obtain sechon number. 

ARTH499 Honors Thesis IPermKeqj 
(2-3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual instruchon cou5e: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain sertion number. 

ARTH699 Special Topics in Art History 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Indhriduol instturtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain sechon number. 

ARTlf799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol insttuchon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain sechon number. 

ARTH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instturtion course: contort deportment or instnjrtor to 
obtoin sertion number. 



ARn Art Studio 

(Arts and Humanities) 

ARni 00 Two Dimensional Art 
Fundamentals 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Credit mil be granted lor only one ol the lollowing: kPJl 100, 
MIS m, 0E5H 10!. oiAPDS iOI formertf iKIS 100. 
Pnnciples ond elements of pirtonol spore exommed Ihiough the 
monipulohon ond organizohon of vonous moteriols. 
0101(01563) Croig,P MTuVirTh9:O0am-l 1:30am 

(ASV 2314) Lob 

ARTTIIO Elements of Drawing I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formeriy MS / 10. Media and related techniques to depirt shll- 
life, hgure and nature. 
0101(01574) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30om-12:00pm 

(ASY 2317) lob 



ARTTl 50 Introduction to Art Theory 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) Exominohon of contempoioiy 
ort; review of global, philosophic and cntKol posihons by the eiom- 
inohon of wodcs of ort. 

0101 (01585) Klonk,R. 

Meets 06/01 /"■06/1 8/99 MTuWTh 7:00pm-10:20pni 
06Y 2309) 

ARTT200 Three Dimensional Art 
Fundamentals 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Prereqursite: AKTI 100. Credit will be gnmled tor only one of the 
lollowing: ml 700, ms 200. OfSH 102. ociPDS 102. 
formedy AfTS 200. Threedimensional form ond spoce exomined 
through the monipulohon and organizohon of various materials. 

0101(01596) Hardy, E. MTuWTTi 10:00om-l 2:30pm 
(ASY1311) 

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

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

01 01 (01 606) Craig, P MTuWTh 9:00am-1 1 :30om 

(ASY 2314) 

ARIT210 Elements of Drawing n 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: iHfJIIO. formerly AIIIS2W. Conhnuohon of ARTT 
1 1 with oddihonal emphosis on pictorial spoce. 
0101 (01616) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30am-l 2:00pm 

(ASY 2321) lob 

ARn320 Elements of Painting 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: A)?rT?/0 f oroier/yAfTS 320. Bosictoolsondkm- 
guoge of poinhng. Oil ond/or woter-bosed paints. Sechon 0101 
focuses on ocryfic poinhng. 
0101 (01627) Ctol9,R MTuWTh 12:00pm-2:30pm 

(ASY 3322) Lob 

ARn320B Elements of Painting 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MHI 2 1 0. formeriy AKTS 320. Focus on wotercolor. 
0101 (01638) Klonk, R. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWTh 1 :00pm^:00pm 
(ASY 2317) 

ARTT333 Elements of Sculpture: Wood 
and Mixed Media 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: iHU 200 and AKTI 210. Bosic sculptural techniques 
ond processes using wood and mixed media. 
0101 (01648) Hardy, E. MTuWTh l:00pra-3:30pm 
(ASY 1311) 

ARTT341 Elements of Printmaking: 
Woodcut and Relief 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqursite. APTJ 210 fomierly 0(15341. Bosic techniques and 
processes reloted to woodcuts, linocuts ond other relief medio. 

01 01 (01 658) Bkizino, J. MTuWTh 9:00om-l 1 :30om 
(ASY 1317) 

ARTT353 Elements of Photography 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites (ASTI lOOondAPTI 110) or permission of deport- 
menl. Introdurtion to block ond white photography Bosic techni- 
cal ond aesthehc vocabulory. comera mechanics and dorkioom 
techniques. Introduchon to the photogrophic messoge ond meon- 
ing in both hne art and design concept. 
0101(01678) Tyroler, 8. MTuWTh l;00pm-3;30pm 
(MMH040I) 

ARTT354 Elements of Computer 
Graphics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqursites: (APTI 100 ondiHn 1 10) or permission of depart- 
ment Intiodurtion to computer graphics, imoging, ikistiohoo and 
mixed medio. 
0101 (01689) Rotnopoki, N. MTuWTh 12:30pm-3:00pm 
(ASY 33! IE) lob 



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ARmiS Drawing 

13] REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(01699) SIAFF MIuWTh9;30am-12:00pm 

(ASY2317)Lob 

AltTT418B Drawing: Focus on 
Watercolor Wash 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101 {01710) Klonk.R, 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWThF 1 :00pm-6:00pm 
(ASY2317) 

ARn428 Painting 

13) REG/PF/AUD. 

Section 01 01 will fo(us on ocryllc point. 
0101(01720) Cioig,P MTuWTh 12:00pm-2:30pm 

(ASY 3322) Lob 

ARn428A Painting: Water Color 

(3) REG/PF/AUD 

0101 (01731) Kbk,R. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/1 8/99 MTuWTh 1 :00pni-6:00pm 
(ASY 2317) 

ARTT438D Sculpture: Advanced 

Sculpture (PemReql 
(3) REG/P-f/AUD. 
0101(01741) Hoidy, t. MTuWTIi 1 :00pm-3;30pm 
(ASY 1311) Lob 
Pieieqiisites; ARTT 333 ond permission of instjuctoi. 

ARIT448( Printmaking: Advanced 
Woodcut and Relief 

13) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(01761) BlozinoJ. MTiiWTh9:00oni-ll:30oni 
(ASY 1317) 

ARTI468B Seminar OH the 

O Interrelationship between 
Art and Art Theory: 
Issues in Contemporary Art 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101 (01771) KlankJ. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWTh 7:00pm-l 0:20pm 
(ASY 2314) 

ARTT489M Advanced Special Topics in 
Art: Museum Exhibition 

Installation IPermSeq) 
(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101 (01791) Wertti.K. 

Meets 06/07/99-06/24/99 MTuWTh 1 2:0Opm-5:OOpm 
(Aimnged) 

ARn498 Directed Studies in Studio 

Art (PemKeq) 
(2-3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual instruction couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin section numbei. 



ASTR Astronomy 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

ASTRlOO Introduction to Astronomy 

(31 REG/PF/AUD. 

com: FbysKol Saencs (FS) Ciedit hi ASK 100 cannol be 
obloined altei, oi smullaneomlf with, rsceimg aedil hi ony 
ostioiiomy come numbeied 2S0 oi higbei Ciedit will be gtonted 
hi only one ol tbe hllowmg: iSK lOOoiASK 101 oiiSJK 
120 An elementoiY couise in descnptive astronomy, especiolly 
appiopnote loi nomcience students Sun, moon, planets, stors ond 
nebuloe, goloxies, evolution. CORE Physicol Science Lobotofory 
(PL) Couise only wben token concuriently wilti ASTR 111. CORE 
Physical Science Noo-loboiotoiy (PS) Couise when token alone. 
0101(01852) STAff MTuWIhF 9:30am-10:50om 

(CSS 2400) 



ASTR699 Special Problems in 
Advanced Astronomy 

(l-6)REG/AUD. 

Individual instiucBon couise: contact deportment oi instrurtoi to 
obtain sertion numbei. 

ASTR799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtain section numbei. 

ASTR899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contort department oi instiurtoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

BCHM Biochemistry 

( Life Sciences) 

BCHM261 Elements of Biochemistry 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: Cm m oi CHCM 233 oi CHtH 235 Not open h 
students wbo bove wmpleted BCHM 461. Foi undeigraduote stu- 
dents who dcsiie n one-semestei biochemistry couise lottiei ttion o 
twoiemestei sequence Basic chemistry ond metobolism of most 
molecules ol biologitol importonce. 
0101 (02030) STAFF MTuWThF 4:00pm-5:20pm 

(CHM1402) 

BCHM461 Biochemistry I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pieieguisite: CHCM 243 oi CMM 247. A comprehensive infioduc- 
tion to geneml biochemisfiy. The chemistiy and metobolism of 
coibohydiutes, lipids, nucleic acids, ond pioteins. 
0101 (02040) SIAFF MTuWIhF 9:30Dm-10:50om 

(CHM 1407) 

BCHM699 Special Problems in 
Biochemistry 

11-61 REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contort department oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei 

BCHM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtain sertion numbei. 

BCHM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiurtlon couise: contort department oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei. 



BiOi Biological Sciences 

(Life Sciences) 

8IOL105 Principles of Biology I 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: life Science lab (LI) Pieiegmite: placement m MAIH 1 10 
Of bigbei hi science maiois. Ciedil will be gianted hi only one ol 
the hllowing: 8101 101 oi BIOI 105 Basic piinciples of biology 
with speciol emphasis on cellulai and moleculoi biology 
0101(02132) OeSoyR. MIuWIhF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 
(PLS1140) 
TuTh8:00am-ll:00om 
(HIP 1226) lob 
0102(02133) DeBoy, R. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(PIS 1140) 
Tulh8:00omll:00om 
(HIP 1236) Lob 
0103(02134) DeBoy, R. MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 
(PLS1140) 
TuTb8:OOam-1100om 
(Aiionged) Lab 
0104(02135) DeBoy, R. MTuWThF 11 :00oml 2:20pm 
(PIS 1140) 
TuThl:00pm4:00pm 
(HIP 1236) Lob 



0105(02136) DeBoy, R. MTuWIhF 11 :00oml 2:20pm 
(PLS1140) 
Iulhl:00pm-4:00pm 
(HJP 1235) Lob 

Lab fee S40.00. 

8I0L222 Principles of Genetics 

O (4) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pieiecimites: BIOI 105, one yeoi college chemistiy. Ciedit will be 
gionted hi only one of tbe hllowing: 2001 213, HOKl 214, oi 
4A/5f 201. Piinciples and mechonisms of heredity ond gene 
expression. Consideis plont, onimol, and mictobiol oigonisms. 
0181 (02170) STAFF MW 6:00pm-9:00pm 

(SYM 0200) 
luTh 6:00pm-8:00pm 
(PIS 1119) Dis 

8101289 Off-Campus Internship 

(1-3) REG. 

0101(02183) SIAFF Time and loom to be aiionged 

This couise piovides credit foi off-campus reseoich inreinships This 
credit counis as elertive towoid graduonon, but does not sotisfy 
Biologicol Sciences degree requirements (infoimohon obout leseoich 
ciedit that does count townid Biological Sciences, contort die 
Biologicol Sciences Piogram, Room 1213 Symons Holl). The off- 
campus inremship ciedit requires tfint a continrt foim be hied wilti 
the Science Outieoch Office, Room 0216 Symons Hall, piioi to the 
internship. The contiort must be hnolized ond signed by the leseoich 
supeivisoi ot the end of Itie semeslei before ciedit will be owoided. 

BI0L488 Topics in Environmental 
Biology for Secondary and 
Middle School Teachers 

{PemPeg) 
(8) REG/PF/AUD. 
0101 (02193) Kenl,B. 

Meets %/l\/'iW/n/'l<l MIuWThF 9:00om-4:00pm 
(Z0P2245) 

MTuWThF 9:00om-4:00pm 
(PLS 1181) lab 

BI01489A Topics in Biology for 
Secondary and Middle 
School Teachers 

(1-8) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101 (02203) Kent, B lime and loom to be oiionged 

BMGT Business and 
Management 

(Business and Management) 

8MGT1 10 Introduction to Business and 

O Management 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Hot open toSMOI shdents wbo hove completed 56 oi mote ciedit 
horn, ill odieis moy take it anytime A suivey of the held ol bus'f 
ness, including its enviionment, oigonizohon, oveioll ond functional 
monogement, and (uiieni issues and developments 
0101(02253) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH1311) 

BMGT201 Introduction to Business 
O Computing 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Sopbomoie standing foi 8M0T majois only Not open to sbjdenis 
wbo hme completed SM0J30I pilot to fall 1997 Basic lireracy 
couise using common business computei-bosed opplicotions Consideis 
the lole of infoimotion technology in Hie modem woikploce, as 
well as the use of computing opplicotions in pmblem solving 
0101(02263) Choiies,M. Tulh 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH13I1) 
0102(02264) Choiies, M. Tulh 6:40pml 0:00pm 
(VMM 1311) 

BMGI220 Principles of Accounting I 
O (3) REG. 

Sophomoie standing Bosic tfieoiy and techniques of conremporaiy 
finonciol accounting. Includes the cccounhng cycle and tfie piepoio- 
tion of finonciol stotemenis foi single ownei ond partneiship foims 
of business oigonizotions opeiahng as seivice companies oi 
meichnndisen 
0101(02275) loeb,M. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2: 10pm 
(VMH 1303) 



0102(02276) Loeb.M. IuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMH 1303) 

8MGT221 Principles of Accounting II 
O (3) REG. 

Pieiequisite: 8M6I 220. Bosic theoiy ond rechniques of accounting 
loi monogennl decision moking Involves the intioduction of the 
coipomhon nnd monufortuiing opeiotions. Includes cost-volume- 
piofil anolysis ond capital budgeting. Introduces ttie topics of 
income toxotion and inlemationol occounhng. 

0101(02288) Iioy.C. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(VMH 1303) 
0102(02289) leung,K. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH 1303) 

BMGT230 Business Statistics 

(3) REG. 

fieiequisite: MtlH 220 Hat open la students who have completed 
BM6I 231, full 324, ai SW 400 Ciedit wilt be gionted lot 
only one ol die hllowing: MIC 484, 8m 301. 8M6I 230 
cm 400 fCON 321, tons 45 1, OfOQ 305 OVPI 422, PSYC 
200, SOCY 201, OPSP 350, or JfXI 400 Intiodurtory coun^e in 
piobobilishc and stotisticol concepts including descnptive stotishcs, 
set-tfieorehc development of piobobility, the properties of discrete 
and continuous random voiiobles, sampling Itieory estimotion, 
hyportiesis teshng, regression, decision dieoiy and Itie opplicolion 

01 these concepts to pioblem solving in business and monogement. 
This couise does not meet requirements foi monogement science 
and stohstics moiois 

0101 (02301) STAFF luTh 2:00pm-5:20pm 

(TYD1118) 
0102(02302) SIAFF IuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(TYD1118) 

BMGT23t Statistical Models For 
Business 

(3) REG. 

Pieieguisite: MAIH 141 ai peimission ol depoihnenl. Pegmedhi 
management science and stabsha ond decision and inloimahon sci- 
ences maiois. Ciedit will be gianted hi only one ol die hllowing: 
8M6I 231, f«ff 324, oi SIM 400 An intiodurtoiy couise in sto- 
hstical concepts including piobobility fiom o nnive set theoiy 
oppiooch, londom vonobles and theii piopemes, ond the piobobility 
distiibutions of selecred discrete ond connnuous random voiiobles. 
The concepts of sampling, sampling distiibutions, ond the application 
ol these concepts to estimohon and hypothesis testing ore included 
OS ore biief sun/eys of the regression ond onovo models. 
0101(02314) Widhelm,W Tulh 2:OOpm-5:20pm 
(VMH 1207) 

BMGI302 Business Computer 

Application Programming 

(3) REG. 

Pieiequisite: BMCJ 201 at CMSC 102 at CMSC 103 oipeimission 
ol depaitment Hot open to computet science students, foi 8M6J 
mojois only Consideis cboiorteiishQ of business dolo piogramming 
and common softwoie development processes and pioctices. 
Coveis the designing, witting, documenting, ond resting of on effi- 
cient, stiuctuied piogiom in visuol basic. 
0101 (02324) STAFF luTh 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH 1206) 

BMGI310 Intermediate Accounting I 

O (3) REG. 

Pieiequisite: BM6J 221. Comprehensive anolysis of finonciol 
occounhng topics relored to linoncinl slotement pieparolion ond 
extemol reporting. 

0101(02335) leung, K, MluWThF 11 :00nml 2:20pm 

(VMH 1207) 
0102(02336) Kim.O. luTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH 1207) 

BMGT3I1 Intermediate Accounting II 

O (3) REG. 

Pieiequisite: BM6I3IO Continuation of BMGT 310. 
0101(0/347) Michelson, B. MW 6:40pm-10:00pm 
(IYD2111) 



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SESSION I 



8MGT3Z1 Cost Accounting 
(3) REG. 

PmequBite: SMCI22}. A stixt/ of the bosic concepR of product 
costing ond cost (sniysis for monogement plonning orid control. 
Emphasis is ploccd onihe role of the occountont in orgonizotionol 
monogement, onolysis of cost behovior, stondnn) cost, budgehng, 
resporeMily occounting ond relevont costs for decision making. 
0101(02358) Bedngfield,J. «W 3:OOpm*;20pm 
(VttH 1202) 

BMGT323 Income Tax Accounting 
(3) KG. 

Pmeque^: BMBJ 221 Inlraducfion to federal incorre toxotion of 
inMuols. E i uiit « ilion of lux lows by use of ilustrative examples 
and pnUems. 
0101 (02369) Heilfei, G. MW 3:00pnt^:20pm 

(VttH 1303) 
0102(02370) STtfE luTh 2:00pm-5;20pm 

(V«H 1202) 

BMGn32 Operations Research For 
Management Decisions 

(3|I!EG. 

Freisntsite: BMSI 230. Scjrveys the philosophy, techraques, ond 
oppicotiofts of opeiotions research to managerial decision moking. 
The couse is designed primonly ft» sltrdents not mojohng in mon- 
ogement soKKe or stotistics. Techniques covered indudc lineor pro- 
gramming, transpoitotion ond assignment models, Morkov process- 
es, mentoiy ond gueueing modek. Emphosis is ploced on formu- 
lating and sohfing decision problems in the fundionol oreos of mon- 



0101 ;02381) STAFF 



M 2:0Dpm-5:20pm 
(VMH1314) 



8M(^340 Business Finance 
O (3) REG. 

I^eguisrtes: BAIGT 221 ond (8J*GT 230 or BMGT 231). The ptin- 
dpies ond practices invoJved in the oigonizotion, finondng, ond 
i d<mi l io n oi business enterprises', the vorious types of securities 
ani ia use in raising hinds, apportioning income, risk, ond con- 
Hol; inleiaiporate relations; and new developments. Emphasis on 
sobfon of problems of financial poTicy foced by monogement. 

0101 (02391) STAFF MWMOpm-1 0:00pm 

aYD2102) 

0102(02392) S(hrenk,L TuTh 6;40pm-l 0:00pm 
(TYD 2102) 

BMGT343 Investments 
(3) REG. 

Fraequisie: BMBl 340. An introduction to financial investments. 
Tofks indude securities ond securities markets; investment risks, 
retums, ond consnoinis; portfotio potides; ond insthuhonol invest- 
ment policies. 
0101 (02404) Moslem, J. MTuVmil1:00om-l 2:40pm 
(VWH 1202) 

BMGT350 Marketing Principles 
O and Organization 

(3) REG. 
eiaequsite: KOH 200 a KOH 205. An introdurtion to the con- 
cepts ond piindples ai marketing, mduding the morketing of ser- 
vice ond nonprofit organizations. Provides on ovenriew of oil the 
concepts in morkehng. indudaig rekrtkmship modieting, product 
development, pridng. piomohon, marketing reseordi, consumer 
behoiiot, iolmotiaiid tniketing, dislituhan, and ntemol morket- 
ing to employees. 
0101 (02414) STAFF MTuWIh 12;30pm-2:10pm 

(VMH1311) 
0102(02415) D'ScO. TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm 
(TYD 11 08) 

BM6T354 Promotion Management 
O (3) REG. 

fteregusiie: BMSI 350. Mori^ communicotions theory with on 
ndeplh Heatnent of ol elements of the piomohon mn, induding 
odialising, sdes piomafioii, inx) modceting, public relohons, and 
persond seing. Concepts oppied rtirou^ doss exetdses. team 
protect, presentoaon, and decussians. 
0101 (02427) Yeagle, M. Tulh 6:30pm-9:50pm 
(TYD 1101) 



BWGT360 Human Resource 
Management 

(3) REG. 
The bosic course in fiumon resource monogement includes mnn- 
power plonning, recmitment, selection, development, compenso- 
tion, ond opproisol of employees. Explores the import of scientific 
monogement and unionism on these hjnctions. 

0)01 (02448) STAFF MW 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH1206) 

BMGT362 Labor Relations 

13) REG. 

A study of the development ond methods of orgonized groups in 
industry with reference to the setttemenl of lobor disputes. An eco- 
nomic ond legol onolysis of lobor union ond employer ossociotion 
octrvihes, orbitrohon, mediation, ond conciliation; collertrve boigain- 
ing, trode ogreements, strikes, boycotts, lockouts, compony unions, 
employee lepiesenrohon, and injunchons. 
0101(02459) STAFF MTuWThF 11:00om-12:20pm 

(VMM 1303) 

BMGT364 Management and 
O Organization Theory 

(3) REG. 

The development of monogement and organizotion theory, nature 
of the monogement process and function and its hjture develop 
ment. The role of the monoger as on orgonizer and director, the 
communicohon process, gools ond responsibilihes, 
0101 (02469) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(VMH1207) 
0102(02470) STAFF MW 3:00pm-6:20pm 

{VMm311) 
0103(02471) STAFF MW6:40pm-1 0:00pm 

(VAJH 1307) 

8MGI372 Introduction to Logistics 
Management 
(3) REG. 

The study of logishc hjnctions of business involved in the move- 
ment ond storoge of supplies, wod;-ini)iogicss ond finished goods. 
The trodeoffs between cost and service ond the purchase and sup- 
ply of low moteriols; the worehousing and control of inventory; 
industhol pockoging; materials handling within watehouses; ond 
the distribufion of finished goods to customers required to minimize 
costs, maximize profits or increase customer seivice levels. 
0101(02493) Evers,P. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(VMH1314) 

BMGT373 Logistics and Transportation 
Internship IPemReqj 
(3) REG. 

Fieiequisites: BM61 370 and BM6I 312 (one ol these courses 
moy be taken as a cofecjuisite) ond pemission of department. 
Involves supervised work experience in logistics ond/or transporto- 
tion. Shrdents will be expected to lelote course motenol to work 
expehence m on onolysis of a firm's operations 
0101(02503) Knemeyer, A Time and room to be orranged 

BMGT380 Business Law I 
O (3) REG. 

legol ospects of business rekihonships. Exominohon of torts ond 
business chmes, contracts ond ogency. The low of personal property 
ond boilment relohonships. Survey of public policy issues. 
0101(02513) 0stos,D. TuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:40pm 

(VMH1206) 
0102(02514) Dstos, D. TuTh 6:40pml 0:00pm 
(TYD 2109) 

BMGT381 Business Law II 

(31 REG. 

Prereifi/iste BMSI 380 oi permission ol deportment. The Uniform 
Commerdol Code, indoding soles, commerdnl poper, secured trons- 
ochons, bulk soles ond documents of htle. The low of partnerships 
ond corporohons, Reorgonizohon ond liquidohon under the bonk 
ruptcy lows. The low of reol property, londbrd ond tenont relation- 
ships and decedents' estotes. 
0101 (02526) Mc(]enohon,WMIuWlhF9:30am-10:50om 
(VMH1206) 

8MGT398 Individual Study in Business 
and Management Ihmieq) 

(1-3) REG. 
Individual instruchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 



BMGT41 1 Ethics and Professionalism 
O in Accounting 

(31 REG. 

frerepaisrte: 8MCI 311. for rxcomting moiors only. Senior stand- 
ing. Anolysis and discussion of issues lelahng to ethics ond piofes- 
sionolism in accounting. 
0101 (02569) loeb.S. MW 5;30pm-8:50pm 

(VMH 1207) 

8MGT422 Auditing Theory and Practice 

O (3) REG. 

Prereriiiisite: BMSI 31 1 A study of the independent occountant's 
ottesthjnchon, generally accepted auditing stondords, complionce 
ond substonhve tests, and report forms and opinions. 
0101(02589) Pfeiffei,G. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(TYD 2109) 

BMGT424 Advanced Accoimting 

O (31 REG. 

Preregoisile: BMSI 311 Advonced occounhng theory opplied to 
spedolized topi5 and current problems. Emphasis on consolidated 
statements ond portnership occounting, 
0101(02600) Hardy, K, MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(TYD 1118) 

BMGT434 Introduction to Optimization 
Theory 

(3) REG. 

Prerecjoisite: MAIH 220 or permission of department Primonly for 
students majoring in monogement science and stofishcs. Lineor pro- 
gramming, postoptimality onolysis, network olgonttims, dynomic 
piogromming, nonlineoi progromming and single vanoble minimizotion. 
0101(02610) Goss, S. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(VMH 1207) 

BMGT443 Security Analysis and 
Valuation 

(3) REG. 

Prerertiiisite: BMCI 343. Study ond opplicohon of die concepts, 
methods, models, ond empiricol findings to the anolysis, voluotion, 
ond selecfion of securihes, especially common stock. 
0101(02640) Haslem,J, MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm 
(VMH 1203) 

BMGT446 International Finance 
O (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMOf 340. Finonciol monogement from the perspec- 
tive of the mulfinohonol coqwrofion. Topics covered include the 
orgonizohon ond hrnchons of foreign exchonge ond internohonol 
copitol morkets, internanonol copitol budgchng, financing foreign 
trode and designing o global financing strotegy Emphosis of tfie 
course is on how to monoge exchange and polifical risks while 
moximizing benefits fiom globol opportunity sets faced by the firm. 
0101(02660) Dubois, A. TuTh 6.40pml 0:00pm 
(VMH 1206) 

BMGT451 Consumer Analysis 
O (31 REG. 

Prerequisite: BMOJ 350. Pecommended: PSK 100 and PSK 
221 Not open to students wto fcove completed CHEC 437. Credit 
will tie granted for only one of the follomng: 8MGI 451 or CHK 
437. Idenhfying buyei behovioi concepts relevont to o specific mor- 
kehng problem so tfiot oppropriote morkefing decisions con be 
mode. Conceptual fiomeworta oie diown fiom psychology, sociolo- 
gy, economics, ond other social sciences to aid in understonding 
the behovior of ulfimote ond industrial buyers, 
0101(02680) Tuerk,J. MW 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(VMH 1206) 

BMGT452 Marketing Research Methods 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisites: BM6I 230 and BMSf 45 1 . formerly BMOf 450 
Focuses on oiding morkehng decision moking through exploratory, 
deschphve, ond cosuol reseordi Develops student skills in evaluat- 
ing and wrihng morkel research proposols. inlerprenng ond onolyz- 
ing subsequent reports, ond appraising then usefulness to mon- 
ogers; designing studies including selechon of doto collechon 
method, development of doto collechon instrument, sample design, 
coUertion ond onolysis of doto, ond reporting die results 
0101 (02690) Chuchinprokom, N. 

MTuWTh 9:30am-ll:t0am 
(VMH 1203) 



BMGT456 Advertising 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: 8M6f 350. Develops skills in construcfing effective 
odveitising. Examines how to foimulote on advertising messoge, 
which creohve toctiG to use in communicoting that message ond 
which media uses to ensuie that the loiget receives the messoge. 
In oddifion, the role ol odvertising ogencies, meosuhng odverhsing 
effertiveness, ond regulotory and ethical issues in advertising will 



0101 (02710) Sheinin,! 



TuTh8:30om-ll:50om 
(VMH 1311) 



8MGT457 Marketing Policies and 
Strategies 

(3) REG. 

COPf: Capstone (CS) Prerequisite: BMGI451. Cotequisite: 
BMOf 452 This copstone course hes together concepts horn oil 
the various morkefing courses using the hmdomenlols of shote- 
gic market planning as the fmmework. Applicofion of these prin- 
ciples is otcomplished by onolyzing ond discussing coses and by 
ploying a moikenng strategy computei simulofion gome. Anolysis 
of current business orticles to understond the link between theory 
ond reoFwodd problem solving, 
0101(02720) Oorsett,A MW 9:OOom-1 2:20pm 
(VMH 1311) 

BMGT464 Organizational Behavior 

O (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMCI 364. An examinofion of reseorch ond dieory 
concerning tfie forces which contribute to the behovior of orgonizo- 
fionol members. Topics covered indude: work group behavior, 
supervisory behavior, inteigraup lelnhons, employee gools and ohi- 
tudes, communicohon problems, oigonizational change, and orgonF 
zafionol goals ond design. 
0101 (02731) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH 1203) 

BMGT476 Applied Computer Models in 
O Logistics and Transportation 
Management 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisites: BMOf 301 ond BMOf 370 ond BMOf 372. 
Introdurtion to the expanding bose of computer sofiwore in the 
logisfics and tronsportotion helds. Applicofions include: inventory 
control, locolion decisions, ond vehicle roofing. 
0101(02741) Dong, y. TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(VMH 1203) 

6MCT495 Business Policies 
(3) REG. 

CORE: Copstone (CS) Pietequ'rsites: BM6I340: and BMOf 350; 
and BMOf 364. A cose study course where students opply whot 
they hove learned of general monogement prindples ond their 
spedolized funrtionol applicofions to the overall monogement 
funrtion in die enterpnse. BMGT mnj05 only All odiers must hove 
oudiorizofion. 
0101(02751) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(VMH 1314) 
0102(02752) STAFF MTuWThF 1 2:30pm-l :50pm 

(VMH 1314) 
0103(02753) STAFF Tulh 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH 1314) 

8MGT496 Business Ethics and Society 
O (3) REG. 

Prerequisite' one course in BMOf or permission ol deportment A 
study of the standards of business conduct, morals, values, and the 
role of business m society, widi considerofion of die somehmes 
contlirting interests of and cloims on die firm ond its objechves. 
Emphosizes a strategic opprooch by business to the monogement 
of its extemol environment. 
0101(02766) Shoffar, B. TuTh 6:40pm-1 0:00pm 
(VMH 1314) 

BMGT501 Business Functions 

O (4) REG. 

Intensive review of morkehng ond finonce hjnchons in the business 
enterpnse. Credit not opplicoble to graduote degrees. 
0101 (02776) STAFF MW 5:30pm-10:OOpm 

(VMH 1314) 



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SESSION I 



BMGT6II Managerial Accounting 

O (1.5)REG/AUD. 

Piew(imile: SM6J6I0 Use of aaounling data in (orporale plon- 
ning and control, Cost-volume-protil analysts, budgeting, pnting 
decisions ond cost dolo, lionsfei pricing, octivity-bosed manage- 
ment, pecformonce meosuces, and stondoid cosfing 
OIBA (02796) Goidon, L M6:40pm-1 0:00pm 
(Aironged) 

BMGT6I5 Business Communications 

O ().5)REG/AU0. 

hi BMOI motors onfy. InstiuctJon ond piocticol expenence in 
wntten and oral business communicotions. Basics of stiuctuiing 
business documents ond otol presentations Fosters proctice-bosed 
(rotbcc tlion lecture- oi cose- discussion-bosed) leoining. 
OlGl (02806) STAFF M6:40pm-1 0:00pm 

(Aiionged) 
0162(02807) STAFF Tu6:'10pm-1 0:00pm 

(Arranged) 
0103(02808) STAFF W6:'10pm-1 0:00pm 

(Arroaged) 

BMGT620 Strategic Information 
O Systems 

(1.5)REG/AUD. 

hi SMQImajois only Use ol mloimalion ledmohgy to achieve 
compelitive odvonloge, etficient opeiolions, ami effective rfeosion 
mokmg Analysis ol funclrons of informotion technology and its 
impoct on competthve strategy and orgonizotionol operotions 
OlGl (02818) STAFF M6:40pm-1 0:00pm 



0162(02819) STAFF W6:40pmlO:O0pm 

(Arronged) 
0163(02820) STAFF Th6:40pm-1 0:00pm 

(Arranged) 

BMGT632 Decision Modeling and 
O Analysis 

(1,5)REG/AUD, 

fieiegoisile: BMOI 630 foi 8MBI mojois only. Hoi open lo s/u- 
ienls who tiave wmi>lelecl SMCf 631 Provides on understonding 
of the rale thot quonlitohve methods hove in the making of busi- 
ness decisions. Topics include problem formulohon ond modeling, 
linear and integer pragromming and their opplicohon to business 
and industiy, nehvoik models ond reloted opplicohons, ond project 
ond machine scheduling- PC-bosed software is used to solve ond 
onolyze prablems. 
OlEA (02830) Bodin.L, W6:40pm-1 0:00pm 



BMGT682 Business Law for Managers 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

fieiequisile: pemiss/on ot depaitment Survey of United States 
legol institutions and processes os well os substontive oreos of the 
low thot effect business Exominotion of tort ond contract low, the 
legal forms of business orgonizonon and legol liobilitv and ma|Oi 
tegulolory lows thol offset business. 
0161(02873) leete, B, TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 



BMGT690 Strategic Management 

O (3) REG. 

foi BMOf motois only of peimission ol iepoitment Integrative 
strategic monogement focusing on strategy formulobon and imple- 
mentohon in domestic ond globol settings Industiy and competitor 
onolysis, industry and firm volue choin, leadership, goal setting, 
orgonizohonol stiucluie ond culhjre Cose study opptooch to top 
monngement and orgonizolronol prablems. Open to port-hme MBA 
students with 48 credits completed. 
0161(02883) Roger, R. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 



0162(02884) Roger, R. 



TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(Arranged) 



BMGT71 5 International Accounting: A 
Managerial Perspective 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: BMGI 611. Focuses on using occounhng dart for 
monogeriol plonning ond central on o globol basis. The generic 
topics covered in the course include loundofions of o global 
occounting system, survey of intemotionol occountrng stondords 
ond measures; and the impoct of globolizotion on the use of 
monogenol accounting dolo Guest speakers will participate in the 



course. Open W BMBA, BMSB, Ml BMPM ond IA»BA maiots 

with 30 credits completed. 
0161(02894) Goidon, l. Time ond loom lo be oiionged 

BMGT720 Information Technology and 
O Corporate Transformation 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite BMCl 620. The impoct ond the enabling lole ot infoi- 
mohon technologies (IT) in transforming business and woik group 
and individuol processes Topics include gaining competthve odvon- 
loge through IT opplicohons; identifying high poy-off IT opplicohons, 
ond lending the process of IT-induced chooge pracess. 
0101(02904) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMM 1202) 

BMGT721 File Processing and Database 
O Systems 

(3) REG/AUD. 

foi SMGf mo/ofs only oi pemissioo of ieporimenl Concepts ond 
lechnigues for strucrtnng dolo on secondory storage devices. 
Experience in the use of these techniques The bosic data stiuchires 
necessory for these lechnigues. Typicol file processing opplicohons. 
Open lo BMBA BMSB, BMIT, BMPM and lA/IBA shidenis with 30 
credits completed. 
OlGl (02914) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Arranged) 

8MGT741 Advanced Financial 
O Management 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Fwieijuisite SMOf 640. Advonced Iheones ond concepts undeily- 
ing finonciol decision mokmg in the firm. Cose shidies, model build- 
ing ond opplicotions in finonciol theory ond monogement. 
0161(02944) lsbeig,S. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 



BMGT745 Financial Institutions 
O Management 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiepuisite: BMGI 640 The rale of finonciol management in 
finonciol inshhihons- The economic rale and regulohon of hnondol 
insfihjfions, onolysis of risks and rehjrns on finonciol ossets and lio- 
bilities, and the struchjre of ossets, liobilihes ond copitol. 
OlGl (02965) Rossi, C. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Arronged) 

BMGT752 Marketing Research 
O Methods 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieieijuisites: BMGJ 630; and BMCf 650. The process of ocquir- 
ing, clossifying ond interprefing primory ond secondory morkehng 
dolo needed for intelligent, profitable morkehng decisions 
Evolunhon of the opproprioteness of olternohve methodologies such 
OS the induchve, deduchve, survey, observationol, ond experimen- 
tal Recent devclopmenis in the systemohc recording and use of 
inlernol ond external doto needed for morkehng decisions. 
0161(02985) Konnon, P Tulfi 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(Arranged) 

BMGT757 Marketing Strategy 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

A capstone morkehng course Morkehng shotegies designed to 
monoge products in selected market segments Topics covered 
include compehtor onolysis, buyer onolysis, ninrket segments, ond 
product stiengths ond weoknesses, praduci reloted issues ore 
idenhfied and morkehng stiotegies developed, ossessed and 
Implemented 
0161(03015) Biehol.G MW6:40pm-10:0Opm 



BMGT764 Executive Power and 
O Negotiation 

13) REG/AUD. 

Negohohons knowledge ond skills througfi o series of reodings (the 
use of power during boigoining exchonges, principles ot effechve 
listening, ond boigoining strategies ond hichcs) and thraugh the 
opportunity to praehce negofiofing. 
0161(03025) Schnell, E IuTh6:40pm-10:OOpm 



BMGT798I Special Topics in Business 
O and Management: Industry 
and Competitive Analysis 

13) RE6/AUD. 

OlGl (03085) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Airanged) 

BMGT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol insttuchon course: tontoci deportment ot insliuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 

BMGT828 Independent Study in 

Business and Management 

IPemReql 
(1-9) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: conlnct deportment or instiucloi to 
obrtin sechon number By permission only ot hie Groduote Director 

BMGT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contort deportmeni or instiuctor to 
obrtin sechon number Conrtrt Graduole Pragram Director to moke 
oirangements. 

BSOS Behavioral and 
Social Sciences 

(Behavior.m and Social Sciences) 
BS0S386 Experiential Learning (/"emfeiiJ 

13-61 REG/P-F. 

Pieieqaisile: peimission of deportment. 56 semeslei liouis. 
0101(03162) Beordsley, K, Time ond room rt be oiionged 
0102(03163) Remy, L Time ond room to be airanged 

BSOS396 Fellowship Program in 

Political Leadership (PermHeql 
(2-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise: conrtrt department ot inshuctoi to 
obtorn sechon number. Pieiequisite: permission of deportment ond 
acceptance ol lolkime fellowship program. Coieqaisite: BSOS 346, 
BSOS 3S6 or BSOS 366. Individool instruction couise. 

BSOS399 Directed Study in Behavioral 
and Social Sciences iPermReql 
(3-6) REG. 

0101(03176) Remy, t Time ond room to be orronged 

CCJS Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
cast 00 Introduction to Criminal 
Justice 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behoviorol and Social Science (SB) Formerly OIJS WO 
Inlraduction to the odministrohon ol criminal jushce in o democrohc 
society with emphasis on the theorehcol and hisrtricol development 
ot law enforcement The principles of orgonizohon ond odministio- 
non loi low enfoicement, funchons and specific ochvibes; planning 
ond leseoicb, public relohons; personnel ond training; inspertion 
ond control; direchon; policy foimulohon. 
0101(03227) Goston.A MTuWTh9:OOom-10:40om 
(lEF 2208) 

COSIOS Introduction to Criminology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Behovioiol and Sociol Science (SB) formerly CfUM 220 
Criminal behovior ond the methods of its srtdy, cousohon; typolo- 
gies of criminol octs ond ottenders; punishment, coiiechon and 
incopocitohon; prevenhon ot chme. 
0101(03238) STAFF MTuWTh 9:00om-l 0:40am 

(LEF 2166) 



caS200 Statistics for Criminology 
and Criminal Justice 

131 REC/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: MIHIII ond (COS 100 of CUS lOSj or permis- 
sion ol depaitment Intraduchon rt desciiptive ond inferenhol srths- 
hcs, grophicol techniques, ond the computer onolysis of cnminology 
ond cnminol iustlce doto Bosic procedures of hypothesis teshng, 
coiielolion ond regression onolysis, ond the onolysis of conhnuous 
ond binoiy dependent vnriobles Emphosis upon hie exominohon of 
research problems and issues in cnminology ond cnminol jushce. 
0101(03249) STAFF MTuWIh9:00om-10:40om 

(TYD1108) 

caS234 Law of Criminal Investigation 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COS 230. formerly OUS 234. General principles ond 
theories of criminol pracedure. Oue process. Arrest, seorch ond 
seizure Recent developments. Study ond evoluohon ot evidence 
ond proof 
0101(03270) 7umbtun,A MW 1:1 5pm-4: 15pm 
{IEF1221) 
Time ond room rt be oiranged Dis 

caS300 Criminological and Criminal 
Justice Research Methods 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: COS 100 ond COS 105; ond one ol the following: 
COS 200 Of 50C1' 201 ai PSK 200 of KQH 321 of BHiOf 230. 
formerly OUS 300. intraduchon rt hie foimulohon of leseoich 
queshons coveting crime ond jushce, reseorch designs, doto coiiec- 
hon, ond interpietohon ond reporting in ciiminologicol ond jushce- 
system settings. 
0101(03281) Brooks, I MTuWTh 9:00om-10:40am 
(TYD1118) 

005320 Introduction to Criminalistics 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COS 234. formerly OUS 320. An inhodurtion rt 
modem mehiods used in the detechon, inveshgohon and soluhon 
of crimes. Prachcol onolysis of evidence in o cnminol inveshgohon 
loborartty, including photography, fingeipiints ond ohiei impres- 
sions, ballishcs, gloss, hoir, handwnfing and document exominohon, 
drug onolysis, ond lie detechon. 
0101(03292) Mouiiello,T MW 6:00pm-9:00pm 
(LEF 1201) 
Time and room to be oiranged Dis 

caS33i Contemporary Legal Policy 
Issues 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisites: COS 230; and COS 234 ot equivalent, formerly 
OUS 330. In-dephi exominohon of selected rtpics Ciiminnl 
responsibility. Socio-legol policy olteinohves wihi regard to 
deviance Low enforcement pioceduies toi civil law ond similor 
legal prablems. Admissibility of evidence. Repiesenrthon. Indigent's 
nghl rt counsel. 
0101(03303) 7umbrun,A MW 10:00om-l:00pm 
(LEF 1221) 
Time and room to be nrranged Dis 

CGS340 Concepts of Law 

Enforcement Administration 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COS 100 oi equivolent formeily OUS 340. An intio- 
duchon rt concepts ol orgonizohon ond monogement os hiese 
relote rt low enforcement Principles of stiuchjie, pracess, policy 
and pracedure, communicohon ond outhonty, division of woit and 
oigonizohonol contiols. Humon element in the orgonizohon. 
Informol inlerachon and bureoucracy. 
0101(03313) Brooks, L. MTuWTh 1 1 :00om-l 2:40pm 
(LEF 1201) 

cas350 Juvenile Delinquency 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 
Prerequisite: COS 105 foimeily CKIM 450. Juvenile delinquen- 
cy in relohon to hie general problem ot cnme; onolysis of tortors 
underlying juvenile delinquency; tieolment and prevenhon; orgo- 
nizohon ond sociol responsibility of low enforcement. 
0101(03323) STAFF MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm 

(LEF 2166) 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION I 



19 



SESSION I 



cas352 Drugs and Crime 

(3) REG/PF/iUO. 

Pwiequisile: COS WO fomeily OUS 3S2- An onolysis of the 
role of criminol justice in ttie control of daig use ond obuse 
0101(03333) Gosfon.A. MTuWTh 1 :00pm-2:40pin 
ilEF 2208) 

caS359 Field Training in 

Criminology and Corrections 

(1-6)flEG/P-F/*U0. 

Individuol instruction coutse: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtoin serton numtier 

cas386 Experiential Learning (Permteq) 

(3-6) REG/PF 

Indmduol instnjction coutse: contort depoitment oi instturtoi to 
obtoin sertion number Pierequisile: pefm/ssion of department. 56 
semesfer tiouis. 

CGS398 Law Enforcement Field 
Training iPemDeq) 

(1-6)REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol instrartion course; contort deportment ot instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion number 

CUS399 Independent Study in 

Criminology and Criminal 
Justice 

(1-3)REG/PF/*UD. 

Iitdividuoi inslturtion cou5e: contort deportment oi instnictor to 
obtoin section number 

caS4Si Crime and Delinquency 
Prevention 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pre/ecji/isifes. COS lOS oi COS 350 oi pemission ol depaitmenl; 
(ml COS 300. FomKily CHIM 451 Wethods ond programs in pre- 
vention of crime ond delinquency. 
0101(03361) SIAFf MluWIh 11 :00om-l 2:40pm 

(LEF 2208) 

caS699 Special Criminological 
Problems 

(1-3IREG/AUD. 

Individuol instrartion coutse: contort deportment oi instrurtoi to 
obtoin sertion number 

cas799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instrurtion course: contort deportment oi instrurtoi to 
obtain sertion number 

caS899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instrurtion couise: contort deportment oi instructor to 
obtain sertion number 

CHEM Chemistry 

(Life Sciences) 

CHEM103 General Chemistry I 

O (4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: fliysicol Science lob (PU Fieiequeile phcemem in lUIH 
1 10 01 higher KecorvmenM: piKemeni m MAIH DSot higher. 
Credit will he grottted lor only one ol the lolhwmg: CHIM 102, 
cm 103, CHSM 105, CHIM 107. Cm 1 1 1. CHIM 143. Ifre 
first semester of o chemistry sequence intended foi students whose 
cuiriculo lequite o yeoi ot mote of chemistry. The nature and com- 
position of mortei, chemicol cokulotions, elements and inoigonic 
compounds. Lertuie, discussion ond loboiotoiy meeting times will 
be ottonged between 8:00am ond 1 2:20pm Monday thiough 
Fndoy. The hist doss meeting will be lechrie 
0131(03436) SIAff MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1410) 
Time and lOom to be ottonged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10 50om 
(CHI«0115)Dis 
0132(034371 STAFF MTuMhF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1410) 
Time ond toom to be orionged iDb 



MIuWrhF8:00om-10:50flm 
(CHM0119)Dis 

0133(03438) STAFF IWTuWThf 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1410) 
Time ond loom to be ononged Lob 

MTuWThF8:00om-10:50om 
(CHM 0124)05 

0138(03442) STAFF 

l\(eets 06/01/99-08/20/99 lu 6:30pm-10.30pm 
(PHY 1412) 
rh6:30pm-10 30pm 
(Atranged) Icib 

0139(034431 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-08/20/99 Tu 6:3Dpm-l 0:30pm 
(PHY 1412) 
Th6:30pm-1 0:30pm 
(Ationged) Lob 

CHEM103M General Chemistry I (femfeiil 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Physicol Science Lob (PL) Prerequisite placement in MATH 
1 10 or higher Recommended: placement in MAJH USot higher 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol die lollomng: CHIM 102, 

cm 103, cnm 105, cm 107, cnm 111, cnm U3. 

0131(03455) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHM0115)Dis 
0132(03456) SIAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 
(CHM0119)Dis 
0133(03457) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1410) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 
(CHM0124)Dis 
Discussion meeting times will be 9:30 a m Mondoy through Fndoy 
Prerequisite: CHEM 103 token at UMCP within twelve months ol the 
semestei in which CHEM 103M is taken A student is eligible to toke 
this couise only if the lob scoies leceived in CHEM 103, the lost nme 
it wos token, totoled ot leost 80.0 peicent of the moximum possible 
total. These scoies will count foi port of the grade in CHEM 103M, 

CHEM113 General Chemistry II 

O (4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Physicol Science Lab (PL) Crereqiiisite: CHEM 103 or CHIM 
105. Credit will be granted lor only one ol die lollowing: CHEM 
1 13 or CHEM 1 15 Kinetic, homogeneous, heteiogeneous, ond 
ionic equilibnn, oxidohon-ieduchon, elertiochemistiy; chemisfty of 
the elements Lertuie, discussion ond loboraMiy meefing hmes will 
be ottonged between 8 OOom ond 1 2 20pm Mondoy thiough 
Fndoy. The first class will be lertuie 
0141(03494) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM1402) 
Time ond lOom to be arranged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50am 
(IMP 1109) Do 
0142(03495) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1402) 
Time ond room to be ononged Inb 

MTuWThF 8:00om-l 50am 
(IMP 3104) Dis 
0148(03497) STAFF 

Meets 06/01 /99-08/20/99 Tu 6:30pm-9:30pm 
(PHY 1402) 
Th 6:30pm-9:30pm 
(Artonged) Lpb 

CHEM113M General Chemistry II iPermteql 
(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Physicol Saence Lob (PL) Prerequsite CHEM 103 ot CHEM 
105. Credit will be granted lor only one olthe lollowing: CHEM 
1 13 or CHEM 1 15. 

0141(03512) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1402) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am 
(IMP 1109) Dis 

0142(03513) STAFF MTuWIhF ll:00om-12:20pm 

(CHM 1402) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am 
(IMP 3104) Dis 

0143(03514) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-l 2:2Dpm 

(CHM 1402) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am 
(IMP 1202) Dis 



Discussion meehng times will be 9:30 o.m Mondoy thiough 
Fndoy Pieiequisite CHEM 1 1 3 token ot UMCP within twelve 
months of the semestei in which CHEM 1 !3M is token A student 
IS eligible to toke this couise only if the lob scoies leceived in 
CHEM 1 1 3, the lost time it was token, totaled ot leost 80.0 
petcent ot the moximum possible ratal These scores will couise 
foi port of the giode in CHEM 1 1 3M. 

CHEM233 Organic Chemistry I 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite CHEM 1 13 or CHEM 153 CretStt will be granted lor 
only one ol die following. CHEM W4, CHEM 233, CHEM 255. 
The chemistry of coibon: oliphohc compounds, oromohc com- 
pounds, steieochemistiy, otenes, bolides, olcohols, esters, ond 
spertioscopy Lertwe, discussion ond loboratory meeting hmes will 
be ononged between 8:00om ond 1 2:20pm Monday thiough 
Fndoy. The hist doss will be lerture. 
0171(03529) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time ond loom to be otranged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om 
(CHE 2118) Dis 
0172(03530) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time ond loom to be oronged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00nm-10:50om 
(CHE 2120) Dis 
0173(03531) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time ond room ra be oironged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-l 0:50am 
(CHM 0127} Dis 
0174(03532) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time ond toom to be otranged Lnb 

MTuWThF 8:00am-10-50am 
(CHE 2145) Dis 

CHEM233M Organic Chemistry I iPermfeql 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHEM ll3oi CHEM 153 Credd will be granted lor 
only one of the following- CHEM 104, CHEM 233 CHEM 255 
Discussion meebng times will be 9.30 om Mondoy thiough Fndoy. 
Pieiequisite CHEM 233 taken ot LIMCP within twehie months of 
the semestei in which CHEM 233M is token A sradent is eligible 
ra take this couise only if the lob scoies leceived in CHEM 233, 
the lost hme it wos raken, toralled ot leost 80.0 petcent of the 
maximum possible ratol. These scoies will count fot port of the 
grade in CHEM 233M. 

0171(03547) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHE 2118) Dis 

0172(03548) SIAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

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

0173(03549) SIAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHM 01 27) Db 

0174(03550) SIAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHE 2145) Dis 

CHEM243 Organic Chemistry II 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHEM 233 wrdi o grade of C or better. Credit will be 
granted for only one ol the lollowing CHEM 243 ot CHEM 241. A 
conhnuafion of CHEM 233 vnth emphosis on moleculot stnjrtwc; 
subshranon leoctions; cortionium ions; oiomohcify, synthehc 
processes; mociomolecules Lertuie and loboraroiy meehng hmes 
will be oironged between 8:00am and 12:20pm Mondoy thiough 
Fndoy. The first doss meehng will be lertura 
0181(03564) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(IMZ 0220) 
Time ond loom to be ononged Lnb 

MTuWIhF 8:00om-10:50om 
(CLB 0109)05 
0182(03565) STAFF MTuWIhF 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(JM7 0220) 
Time ond loom to be otranged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10;50om 
(PLS 1172) Dis 



CHEM243M Organic Chemistry II {Pmiliaii 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHEM 233 wtdi a grade ol C or better Ciedd will be 
granted for only one ol die lollowing: CHEM 243 ot CHEM 241. 
Pieiequisite: CHEM 243 token of UMCP within twelve months of 
the semestei in which CHEM 243M is token A student is eligible 
to toke ths couise only if the tab scoies leceived in CHEM 243, 
the lost time it wos token, tomlled ot leost 80 peicent of the 
moximum possible hitol. These scores will count fot port ol the 
grade in CHEM 243M. 

0181 (03583) SIAFF MTuWThF 11 :OOom-12;20pm 

(JM2 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50im 
(030109) Dk 

0182(035841 SIAFF MIuWTTiF 11. OOom-l 2:2apm 

(JMZ 0220) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(PIS 1172) Dis 

CHEM398 Special Projects IPemiku) 

(2) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol instrurtion coutse: conrart deportment or nslructn to 
obtoin section number 

CHEM399 Introduction to Chemical 
Research [PemHeq) 

(1-3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol instrurtion couise: contort deportment or instructoi hi 
obtnin sertion number Reseoich plons must be oppioved by Di. 
Bedcowit? befoie legistrahon, 

CHEM399X Introduction to Chemical 
Research: Practicum in 
Teaching Chemistr)' {ftmHeq) 

(2) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(03608) Bed(owit7, D. Time ond toom to be oimnged 
CHEM481 Physical Chemistry I 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prereumte: CHEM 113 or CHEM 1 53 or CHEM 133: and MAIH 
141;andPHYS 14?. Acoutsepiimotilyfotdieinistsonddiemicol 
engineeis. 

0101 (03618) STAFF 

Meets 06/01 /1W/n/<)9 MTuIhF 8:00om-9:20om 
(CHM 1402) 

CHEM482 Physical Chemistry II 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHEM 481. t coutse primoiily fot diemists ond chemi- 
col engineeis. 

0101 (03628) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MIuThF 12:30pm-l :50pm 
(CHM 1402) 

CHEM699 Special Problems in 
Chemistr)' 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction couise: contort deportment oi instrartor to 
obram sechon number. 

CHEM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instrurtion coutse: conhirt deportment or instnjrtoi to 
obtoin sertion number 

CHEM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individuol instrartion couise: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number 



CHIN Chinese 



(Arts and Hum.^nities) 
CHIN101 Intensive Elementary 

Chinese I (Pennteql 
(6) REG/PF/AUD. 

Hormajors admitted only aftet o pbcemeni intenhew. Introduction 
to speolung, reoding , ond wnhng Chinese with on emphosis on 
mostenng the essenhols of pronundotion, basic chororteis oiid 
stiurtuiol potterns Arrange fot plocement interview with Di. Scott 
McGinnis. 



20 VISIT OUli WEB SITF AT wwvii.infotm.umd.edu/surtimei 



SESSION I 



0101(03718) lee, J, MTuWIhF9:30om-l 2:20pm 

(1W1211) 

CHIN213 Chinese Poetry into English: 
O An Introduction 

(31 REG/PF/AUD, 

CORE lilerotii/e (HI) DIVfRSIIY Issues in ttie inlercullurol onii 
inlerlinguol inleipielotan ol loieign lileroture through the study ol 
Western tionslotions ol and s<holorship on selected Chinese poets. 
No knowledge ol Chrnese requited 
0101(03748) Ion, D, luTh 6:00pni-9;20pm 

mi 0220) 

CHIN499 Directed Study in Chinese 

(PeimReql 
(1-3)REG/PF/AU0. 

Individuol insttuchon course. contocT deportment or instiuctor to 
obtoin section numbei 



CHPH Chemi<al Phy$i<s 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

CHPH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indwiduol instruction course: contott depottment oi instiuctoi to 
obtoin section numbei, 

CHPH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course contoct depottment ot instructor to 
obtoin section number 



CLAS Classics 



(Arts and Humanities) 

CLAS170 Greek and Roman Mythology 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE liteioluie (HI) Tought in English, no prerequisite: connol be 
token lor longuoge credit This course is porticuloily recommended 
lor students plonning to moior in foreign longunges, English, histo- 
ly, the fine orts, or lournolism 
0101(03863) Stnley,G MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 
(l«MH 1400) 

CUS470 Advanced Greek and Roman 
Mythology 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Fieiepisile CIAS I/O oi pemiision ot deportmenl Selected 
themes ond choiocters of Greek ond Romon myth History of Ibe 
study of myth ond reseorch methods in mylbology 
0101(03874) Stoley,G MIuWIhF 12:30pm-1 :50pm 
(MMH3418) 

CMLT Comparative 
Literature 

(Arts and Humanities) 

CMLT270 Global Literature and Social 
O Change 

13) REG. 

CORE: Liteiotuie (HL) DIVERSIH Comparotive study of litetoture 
through selected literary works from severol non-Western cultures, 
viewed cioss-cultuiolly m light ol potticulor sociol, polihcol, ond eco- 
nomic perspectives 
0101(03934) Auiond, B. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQHllOl) 

CMIT275 World Literature by Women 

O 13) REG. 

CORE: (iteiotuie (HI) DIVERSITY 4/so offered as Wm275 
Oedil will be granted for only one of ihe hllowing: CMLl 275 ot 
WMSl 2/5 Compoiotive study of selected woiks by women 
wfiteis of several countries, exploring points of inteisection ond 
diveigence in women's literary representations. 
0101 (03945) Shah, M TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH2120) 



CMLI386 Experiential Learning IPermReqj 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individual insttuchon course: contoct department or insttuclor to 
obtain section numbei. Pmequisils: pennission ol departmeni 56 
semeitei koun 

CMLT699 I ndependent Study tPemgeqj 

(1-6) REG 

individual instiuction couise: contact deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number 

CMLT788 Practicum in Comparative 

Studies IfemReqj 
(1-6)SF. 

Individual instiuction couise: contoct depottment ot instiuctoi to 
obtoin section numbet. 

CMLT799 Master's Thesis Research 

11-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise contact depoitment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

CMIT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individual inshuction course: contoct depnttment ot instiuctoi to 
obtain section number. 

CMSC Computer Science 

(Co.mpl'ter, M.-mhematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

CMSC106 Introduction to C 
Programming 

(4) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pimquiiile: MAIH 110 Hot opfkable to Ihe mojoi leqaiiementi 
m witipulet science Oedil will not be grantee/ foi CMSC 106 if 
itodents olieady kve uedil for eithei CMSC 113 oi CMSC 1 14. 
Not open to students who hove completed CMSC 1 1 3 oi CMSC 
114 Design and analysis of piogiams in C An introduction to com- 
puting using stiuctuied piogiomming concepts. CMPS and 
Computet Engineeting mojois will be given pnoiity foi legistiobon 
unhl the fiist day of classes. 
0101 (04096) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuThF 9:30om-l 0:50am 
(ClBOIIl) 
W9.30am-10-50am 
(ClBOIIl) Lob 
0102(04097) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MIuThF 9:30om-l 0:50am 
(ClBOIIl) 
W9:30am-10:50om 
(CSS 2428) lob 

CMSC107 Introduction to the UNIX 
Operating System 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Hecotnmended: pilot expeiieiice with (ottiputlng Effective use of 
UNI)( tools lot students of oil disciplines. UNIX file system, shell 
pragiommmg: text edihng, hiteis; pipes; mocio processing; data 
analysis, text piocessing; document mointenonce. 
0101(04107) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am 

(ClBOIIl) 

CMSC150 Introduction to Discrete 
Structures 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE- Mothemotics oi Foimol Reosoning (MS) Pre- oimequisile 
MAJH 140 formerly CMSC 250 Fundomentol mothemoticol con- 
cepts leloted to computet science, including finite ond infinite seh, 
lelohons, funchons, ond pioposihonol logic Intioduction to otfiei 
techniques, modeling and solving prablems in computei science. 

Inttoduchon to peimutotions, combinotions, gmphs, and tiees witfi 
selected applicofions 
0101 (041171 STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MIuWTh ll:00am-l 2:50pm 
(CSS 2400) 
F11:00am-1 2:50pm 
(CSS 2400) Dis 



CMSC251 Algorithms 

(3) REG/P F/AUO. 

Pieiequisites. CMSC 114 with o gtade ol C or belter ond CMSC 
150 with a gtade ol C w better A systemofic study of the com- 
plexity ol some elementoty olgonthms lelated to sotting, graphs 
ond tiees, ond combinotoncs. Algotithms oie onolyzed using moth- 
emohiol techniques to solve tecuiiences and summohons 
0101(04127) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30nm-10:50am 

(CIB0102) 

CMSC31 1 Computer Organization 

IPerrtiSeq) 

13) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite CMSC 2Umtho grade of C at better Inttoducfion to 
ossembly longuoge Design ol digitol logic ciicuits Digonizotion ol 
centiol pracessois, including insttuchon sets, legistei transfer opero- 
lions, contiol micrapragiomming, date lepiesentohon, ond onth- 
mehc olgoiithms Memoiy and input/output oigonizohon. 
0101(04137) STAFF MIuWIhF II OOnm-1 2:20pm 

(ClBOIIl) 

CMSC386 Experiential Learning iPeimfeq) 
(31 REG/P-F 

Individual insltutfion couise: contact depoitment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain secfion number. Prerequisite: peimissiori ol department 56 
semester hours Written peimission of instiuctoi must be obtoined 
in odvonce on depottment foim. 

CMSC386C Experiential Learning IPermHeql 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Prereqursite peiwission of department. 56 ssmestet bouts. 
0101(04219) STAFF Time ond loom to be niionged 

CMSC390 Honors Paper (PermKeq) 
(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contoct depoitment oi instiuctoi to 
obtoin section numbei. Preiequisite admission to CMSC Honois 
Plagium Speciol shidy oi leseoich directed towoid pieporahon ot 
honois popet 

CMSC460 Computational Methods 

IPeimReq) 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Preiequisites: In gtade ol C at beltei in MATH 240 and MAfh 
241 J: and ICMSC I W oi CMSC 1 131; and permission ol deport- 
ment; 01 CMSC giaduute sludenl. ilso oHered os MAPI 460. Credit 
will be granted lot only one of the following: CMSC/MAPI 460 ot 
CMSC/MAPi 466. Basic computohonol methods lot intetpolohon, 
leost squoies, oppioximohon, numencol quodiotuie, numeiicol solu- 
hon of polynomial and tinnscendentol equohons, systems ol lineoi 
equohons ond inihol value pioblems foi oidinoiy diffeientiol equo- 
hons. Emphosis on methods and tfieii computohonol prapeities 
lothet tbon then onolytic aspects Intended pnmoiily foi students in 
the physicol ond engineeting sciences 

0101 (04322) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuThF 8.00om-9:20am 
(MIH0105) 

CMSC498A Special Problems in 

Computer Science IPemHeql 

(1-3) REG/P-F. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contort depottment ot instiurtoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei 

CMSa98A Graduate Seminar in 

Computer Science (PermKeq) 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contoct depottment ot instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei 

CMSC799 Master's Thesis Research 

(Pemfleq) 
11-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort depottment oi instiurtoi to 
obtain section numbei 

CMSC818A Advanced Topics in 

Computer Systems (Pemfleq) 

(1-31REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion couise: contort depoitment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin secfion numbei. 



CMSC828A Advanced Topics in 

Information Processing 

(PemHeql 
(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort depoitment oi instiurtoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

CMSC83eA Advanced Topics in 

Programming Languages 

(Permfleq) 
(l-3)RtG/AU0. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contort depoitment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain section numbei 

CMSC858A Advanced Topics in Theory 
of Computing ffemhq) 
(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contoct depoitment ot instiurtoi to 
obtom sechon numbei. 

CMSC878A Advanced Topics in 

Numerical Methods (feimhq) 

(1-3)REG/AU0. 

Individual insfiurtion couise: contort department oi instiurtoi to 
obtain secfion numbei 

CMSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research fPetmieq) 
(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiuchon couise: contort depoitment ot instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei 



COMM Communication 

(Arts and Humanities) 
COMMI07 Oral Communication: 
O Principles and Practices 

(3) REG/P-F 

Hot open to shidents who have completed COMM 100 or SPCH 
100. Credit will be giooled foi only one of Ibe hllowing: COMM 
100 01 COMM 10/ 01 SPCH 100 or SPCH 10/ formerly SPCH 
10/ h shjdy ot and prartice in oiol communicohon, including pnn- 
ciples of interviewing, gioup discussion, listening, mformohve brief- 
ings, and persuasive speeches. 
0101(04965) STAFF luTh 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS 11 46) 
0102(04966) Wolvin,A MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am 

(PIS 1146) 
0103(04967) Wolvin,A MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 
(PIS 1146) 

COMM230 Argumentation and Debate 

O (31 REG/PF/AUD. 

foimeily SPCH 230 A study ol the fijndomentnl pnnciples of leo- 
soning, onolysis, and evidence pieporahon of debate btiels ond pie- 
sentofion of stondotd academic debate. 
0101 (04979) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS 1172) 

C0MM250 Introduction to 

Communication Inquiry 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

fotmeily SPCH 250 An inttoduchon to the field of communicofion. 
Definifions, models, and contexts of communicofion, ihetoiicol tfie- 
oiy and ihetoiicol iiificism of discouise. 
0101(04989) Woks, L MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:30pm 
(5KN0104) 

COMM324 Communication and Gender 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

OIVfPSIIY formerly SKH 324. The cieofion of imoges of mole 
ond female, ond masculine ond feminine, tfiiough communicofion, 
tfie differences in mole and femole communicofion beboviois ond 
styles, ond the implications of those imoges and styles foi mole- 
femole tionsortions, 
0101(04999) STAFF luTh 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS nil) 
0102(05000) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS nil) 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION I 21 



SESSION I 



C0MM360 The Rhetoric of Black 
O America 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

OIVCKSW/ fomeilY SKH 360- h historicoktitical survey of the 
ifiete of Blocit imencons from the Coloniol period to tfie ptesent. 

0101(05011) STAfF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS 1113) 
0102(05012) STAFF TuTli 6:30pm-9:50pni 

(PIS 1113) 

C0MM386 Experiential Learning iPermHeql 

(3-6)IIEG/PF. 

Prerequisite: penrrission of {leporlment S6 sen\ester hours. 
0101(05022) Moiiison, S. Fimc ond room to be orranged 

C0MM399 Honors Thesis (PemReql 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(05032) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

COttM400 Research Methods in 
O Communication 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequtsile. COMM 2S0 o/irf on irrtroductoiy course in stolislics- 
fomerfy SKH 400. Philosophy of sdenlrfic melftod; role of theo- 
ry: reseoich elfiics; empiiical reseorch metliods (tneosurement, 
sompling, design, onolysis). 

0101 (05043) STAFF MW 6;30pni-9:50pm 

(SKN0104) 

C0MM401 Interpreting Strategic 
O Discourse 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Formerly SKH 401. Pnnciples ond opprooches for prortcoi onoly- 
sis of discourse desrgned to shape audience opinion. 
0101(05053) Portyfliles, S. TuTh 6:30pm-9:50ptn 
(SKN0104) 

C0MM425 Negotiation and Conflict 
Management 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

tormerty SPCH 425. Role of comtnunication in shoping negotiohon 
ond conflict processes ond outcomes. 

0101 (05063) Cor, D. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm 

(PIS 1117) 

C0MJA426 Conflict Management 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

tecorrrinenderl COM 425. COM 250 oarl COM/ti 402. 
forrrterfy SPCH 426. Role of communication in monoging conflict 
processes. 
0101(05073) Cai,D. MW 1 :00pm4:20pm 

(SKN0104) 

C0MM482 Intercultural Communication 
O (3) REG/PF/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Formedy SPCH 482. The mojor voriobles of communico- 
tion in an intercultuiol context: culturol, lociol and national differ- 
ences: stereotypes: values; cultiiial assumptions: and verbal ond 
nonverbal channels. 
0101 (05083) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS 1172) 

C0MM489 Topical Research IPermKeq) 
(1-3) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtot to 
obtoin section number. 

C0ttM798 Independent Study 

|1-3)REG/AUD. 

Indrviduol instruction course: contoct deportment or instiuctor to 
obtain section number. 

C0MM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indrviduol instruction course: contoct deportment oi instnjctor to 
obtoin section number. 



C0MM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-E 

Individual instruction course: contort department or instiurtor to 
obtoin section number 

CONS Sustainable 
Development & 
Conservation Biology 

(Life Sciences) 

CONS609 Special Topics in 

Conservation Biology 

11-3)REC/S-F 

0101(05150) Inouye, D, Time ond room to be arranged 

C0NS798 Research Papers in 

Sustainable Development 
and Conservation Biology 

IPermKeql 
(1-4) REG/S-F 

0101 (05161) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

COOP Cooperative 
Education Program 

(Undergraduate Studies) 
C00P098 Summer Co-Op Work 
Experience 

(No credit) S-F 

Peimssron ol Coup Coordinator requirerl. Obtain signoture ond 
more inlormohon at the Coreer Center, 1 1 02 Holzopfel Hall. For 
speciol fees, see the hnoncial informohon sertion of the Schedule 
of Closses. 
0101(05212) Neffetdorf, C. Time and room to be orronged 

CPSP College Park 
Scholars Program 

(Undergraduate Studies) 
CPSP259A College Park Scholars 
Practicum: Arts 

(1-3) REG. 

Restiirted to College Podc Scholars • Arts. 
0101(05263) O'Meoro.l!. M9:30am-H :30am 
(SQHI119) 

CPSP259C College Park Scholars 

Practicum: Advocates for 
Children 

(1-3) REG. 

Restnrted to College Pork Scholars - Advocotes for Children. 
0101(05273) C'Meoro.K. M 9:30am-l 1 :30am 
(SQH1I19) 

CPSP259D College Park Scholars 
Practicum: Science, 
Discovery, and the Universe 

(1-3) REG. 

Restiirted to College Pork Scholars - Science, Discovery, ond the 
Universe. 
0101(05283) O'Meoro, K. M9:30am-1 1:30am 
(SQH11I9) 

CPSP259t College Park Scholars 

Practicum: Environmental 
Studies 

(1-3) REG. 
Restiirted to College Pork Scholars - Enviranmentol Shidies 
0101(05293) D'Meoia,K. M9:30am-ll:30om 
(SQH1119) 



CPSP259L College Park Scholars 
Practicum: Life Sciences 

(2-3) REG. 

Restiirted to College Pork Scholars • life Sciences 

0101(05303) O'Meoro, K. M9:30om-1 1:30am 
(SQH1119) 

CPSP259R College Park Scholars 
Practicum: American 
Cultures 

(3) REG. 

Restiirted to College Padc Scholais ■ Ameiicon Culti/ies. 
0101(05313) O'Meoro, K. M9:30om-1 1:30am 

(SQH1119) 

CPSP359 Discovery Projects in 
Research 

(2) REG. 

Restiirted to McNoir Scholors, College Porte Scholars, and students 
in University Honors Progrom. 

0101(05323) McAdoms, K. M9:30am-1 1:30am 
(SQH1119) 

ECON Economics 

iBeh.wioral and Social Sciences) 
EC0N200 Principles of 
O Micro-Economics 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behoworol ond Sociol Science (SB) Prerequisite: MiW ) 10 
or plocemenl inMilH ]]5or obove. It is retommenriei that sW- 
dents complete KOH 200 belore taking ICOH 20 1 Credit will be 
granted lor only one ol the lolhwing: KOH 200 or ICOH 203 
formerly KOH 203. Ihis course emphasizes the behavior of 
individual consumers and business hrms, problems of internotionol 
trade and tinonce, the distribution of income, policies for eliminofing 
poverty ond discnminotion, the problems of en«ronmentol polluhon, 
and the import of dfferent moiket stiurtuies upon economic ortivily. 

0101(05373) STAfF TuWTh 6:30pm-9:25pm 

(TYD1132) 

0102(05374) STAFF MTuWThF 9:00am-10:45am 

(TYD1128) 

0103(05375) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:45pm 

(KEY 0102) 

EC0N201 Principles of 

Macro-Economics 

(4) REC/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral and Social Science (SB) Prerequisite: MAJH 1 10 

01 placement in MAIH llSorobave. It is recommended that stu- 
dents complete KOH 200 belore taking KOH 201 Credit will be 
granted lor only one ol the following: KOH 20 1 or KOH 205 An 
intioduchon to the problems of unemployment, inflohon, and eco- 
nomic growth. Emphasis on roles of monetary and fiscal policy in 
the condurt of macroeconomrc policy. The efficacy of wage and 
price conhols is onolyzed. 

0102(05388) STAFF MTuWTfiF 9:00am-10:45am 

(PIS 1113) 
0103(05389) STAfF MTuWThF 11:00am-,5.45pm 

flYDIIIS) 
0104(05390) STAFF MTuW 6:30pm-9:25pm 

(TY01128) 

ECON305 Intermediate 

Macroeconomic Theory 
and Policy 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequiiites: KOH 200: and KOH 201; and MAIH 220 Credit 
will be granted for only one ol the following: KOH 305 or KOH 
405. Formerly FCOH 401 Anolysis of the determination of notional 
income, employment, and price levels. Discussion of consumphon, 
investment, inflorion, and government hscol and monetory policy. 
0101 (05403) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 

(TYD0117) 

ECON306 Intermediate Microeconomic 
O Theory 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Preiequisiley FCOH 200: and ICOH 20 1, ond miH 220 
Formerly FCOH 403 Anolysis of tfie tfieories of consumer behavior 
ond of the firm, market systems, distribufion theoiy and the role of 
externolihes. 



0101(05414) SIAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-1 2:20pm 

(SQH1120) 
0102(05415) STAFF TuTfi 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(TY02111) 

EC0H315 Economic Development 
of Underdeveloped Areas 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisites: IFCOH 20O and FCOH 201) or FCOH 205 Credit 
will be gionted for only one of the following: FCOH 315 or FCOH 
4 16. Formerly FCOH 415. Analysis of the economic and social 
chororterishcs of underdeveloped oreos. Recent theories of economic 
development, obstacles to development, policies ond planning for 
development. 
0101(05427) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 

(TY0 2109) 

EC0N386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) REG/P-F 
Prerequisite: permission of deportment. 56 semester hours. 
0101(05437) Wallis, 1. Time and room to be orronged 

EC0N399 Individual Reading and 
Research For 
Undergraduates (PermReq) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instturtion course: contoct depoitment oi instiuctor ro 
obtain section numbei Pieieqursite: six hours of upper division 
economic courses. 

ECON430 Money and Banking 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: FCOH 200 and FCOH 20 1 . Ciedit will be granted for 
only one of the following: FCOH 430 or FCOH 431. The strurture 
of hnoncral inshtuhons and theii role in the provision of money and 
near money Anolysis of the Federol Reserve System, the tech- 
niques of cenliol bonks, and the conliol of supply of finonciol 
assets m stobilizofion policy. Relohonship of money ond credit to 
economic ochvity ond the price level. 
0101(05460) STAFF MTuWTfiF 9:30am-1 0:50am 

(TYD2111) 

EC0N440 International Economics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: FCOH 200 ond FCOH 201. Credit will be granted for 
only one of the following: FCOH 440 or FCOH 44 /. A descriphon 
of intemofionnl tiode ond the analysis of intemohonol liansoctions, 
exchange rotes, ond balance of payments Analysis of policies of 
protection, devoluafion, and exchange rote stobilizofion ond tfieii 
consequences. 
0102(05470) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 

(5QH1107) 

ECON460 Industrial Organization 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: FCOH 306 at FCOH 406. Changing stnjflure of the 
Americon economy; price policies in different industtial clossrficafions 
of monopoly and competition in relotion to problems of public policy. 
0101(05481) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(SQH1101) 

EC0N799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instrucfion course: contort deportment or instiurtor to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

EC0N899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instturtion course: contort depoitment or instiurtor to 
obtain secfion numbei. 



EDCI Curriculum and 
Instruction 

(Education) 

EDCI298 Special Problems in Teacher 

Education (PeimHeqJ 
11-6) REG/PF/AUD. 
0101(05544) STAFF Time and room to be ononged 



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SESSION I 



EDCI301 Teaching Art in the 
Elementary School 

(3) REG. 

foi elemenlaiy anJ pie^lemnlary eiucaHon mo/ofs only Hoi 
open to oil eiawlion wolois. Art mefliods ond moterials for 
elemenlory schools. Includes loboroloiy experiences wilh moleiiols 
oppiopriole for elementary schools. Emphasis on emerging areos 
of ort educotion lor the elementory classroom teocher 

0101 (05555) Hendricks, S. 

Meets 06/01/9906/18/99 MIuWThE 8:30om-l l:30om 
(EDU13I5) 

EDCI320 Curriculum and Instruction 
in Secondary Education: 
Social Studies/ History 

IPermlleqj 

(3) REG/PE/AUO. 

Fieiepisilei. odwmm lo Isodiei education piogwm, ond 2.5 
SPA; and peimnsm ol depoilmenl; and f OWfl 413 and lOHO 
420: and [DO 390 foi educotion mo/on on//. Ohiectrves, 
selection ond orgonrzotion o( suhiect mottei, oppiopriote mettiods. 
lesson plons, texlhook ond other instroclronol moteriols, measure- 
ment ond topics pertinent to social studies educotion. Includes 
emphasis on mulli-culliirol educohon. Corequisite; EDCI 428 

0101 (05565) loyloi-Thomo, M. 
Meets 06/01/99-06/24/99 luWTh 4:30pm-7;30pm 
(EDO 0202) 
Time ond room to be otronged Dis 

EDCI385 Computers for Teachers 

(3) REG/P-E/AUD. 

Pfeiequisiles: admission lo leo(hef edu(olion progiam; ond 2.5 
CFA. foi education mo/ocs only. Oedit will be gianted lot only one 
olthe lollowmg: IDCI 385, at [DO 487; oi ffi/f 406. of [Oil 
477, Of fflSf 4S0. A first-level survey of instructionol uses of com- 
puters, software, and leloted technology for preservice teochers. 

0101 (05575) Robinson, P 

Meets 06/01/99-06/1 8/99 MTuWThF 8:30om-l 1 ;30om 
(CSS 2352) 

EDCI390 Principles and Methods of 
Secondary Education 

(3) REG/P-E/AUD. 

ftetequisites: admission lo leocliei education fiogiam; oad 2.5 
GP4. Coiequtsiles. WHO 413 and fflHfl 420. hi education fno/ofs 
only. Pnnciples and methods ol teoching in junior ond senior high 
schools. InstiuchonnI problems common lo all of tfie subject fields, 
considered in relation to the needs ond interests of youth, sociol 
problems and the central volues of society. 
0101 (05585) SfAEF MW 3:40pm-7;00pm 

(EDU2102) 
Time and loom to be orionged Lob 

EDCI397 Principles and Methods 
of Teaching in Elementary 
Schools 

131 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisites: admission to teocfiei education piogtam; ond 2.5 
CFA foi education rao/ofs only leeching strategies, classroom 
interactive techniques, ond procedures for plonning and eyoluoting 
instrucfion in elementary schools. Emphasis on principles of effcc- 
five instiuction, clossroom monogement, ond orfopration of instruc- 
tion for vorrous student populohons. 

0101 (05596) STAFF 

Meets 06/2 1 /99-07/09/99 MTuWThE 8:30nm-l 1 :30om 
(E0U2212) 

EDCI415 Methods of Teaching ESOL 
in Elementary Schools 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pietepislle: fOCI 434 oi jieimissian ol defoitment. Anolysrs of 
elementary school clossroom culture, sociol contexts, and instruc- 
honol strotegies which foster longuoge development in elemenrary 
school content oreos (i e , moth, socrol studies, art ond science), 
consistent witfi current theories of child second longuoge ocquisi- 
tion. For undergmduote ond graduate prospective ond current 
teocheis of English to speokers ol other longuoges. 
0101(05606) Stein, H. TuTh 3;40pm-7:O0pm 
(ECU 0206) 



EDCI426 Methods of Teaching Social 
Studies in Secondary Schools 

(3) REG/P-E/AUD. 

fieiequisiles: lOHO 413 ond fOHO 420; ond (OCI 390. 
Objectives, seleclron ond orgonizotion of subject mutter, oppropriote 
methods, lesson plons, textbooks ond other instructional materials, 
meosurement ond topics pertrnent to socrol studies education 
Includes emphasis on mulliculturol educotion. For in^ervice teachers. 
Coieqursite: EDCI 428. 

0101 (05616) loylor-Ihomo, M. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/24/99 luWfh 4:30pm-7:30pm 
(EDO 0202) 
Time ond room to be orranged Dis 

EDCI428 Field Experience in 

Secondary Social Studies 
Teaching 

(l)S-F. 

Corequisrte: EDCI 320 or EDCI 426. 
0101 (05626) loylor-Thomo, M. 
Meets 06/01/99-06/24/99 luWTh 1 :00pm-3;00pm 
(Arranged) Lob 

EDC1436 Teaching for Cross-Cultural 
Communication 

(3) REG/P-E/AUD. 

The techniques and content for teaching culture in foreign longuoge 
classes and English os o Second language (E5L) classes. Research 
ond evoluotron of selected ospects of o culture os bosrs for creoting 
teaching moteriols 
0101 (05646) De Lorenzo, W. MW 3;40pm-6;55pm 
(EDO 1315) 

E0CI443 Literature for Children 
and Youth 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

foi elemenlaiy education and pie^lementaiy education mojots 
only Annlysrs ol literary moteriols foi childran ond youth. Timeless 
and egoless books, ond outstanding exomples of contemporary 
publishing Evoluotion of the contributions of individual outhors, 
illustrators ond children's book owoids Also for in-service teocheis. 
0101 (05656) Herdelboch, R. 
Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWTh 4:00pm-7:00pm 
(EDU 0220) 
F 4:00pm-7:00pni 
(fDU0212) 

EDCI443A Literature for Children 
and Youth 

(3) REG/P-E/AUD. 

fof eoily dilldliood educotion and pietoily childhood education 
majois only. 

0101 (05666) Comos,!. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWThE l;00pm-4:00pm 
(EDU 0220) 

EDCI463 Reading in the Secondary 
School 

131 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pteieciuisltes: admission to teocliei education piogiam; ond 2.5 
CFA: Of peimisslon ol depoilmenl legulred lot post-baccalauieate 
students, foi education mo/OB only The fundomenrals of content 
oreo reading instruction. Emphosis on middle school thmugh high 
school. 

0101 (05676) Sorafho,0 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWIhF 9:00oni-l 2:20pm 
(EDU 3233) 

EDCM88C Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Reading 
Instruction for Elementary 
Grades (K-6) 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (05706) Gombiell, L. 

Meets 06/28/99-07/09/99 MTuWThF 9:00am-l ;30pm 
(EDO 2102) 
THIS COURSE MEETS STATE OF MARYWNO NEW READING 
REQUIREMENTS Ihis couise viill focus on how to design ond imple- 
ment bolanced program of phonics, semnntics, ond syntochcs in 
teoching reading. AdrfitionnI topics include literacy mohvotion, word 
identificohon, comprehension, ond the lelotronship between rending 
and wrihng. 



EDCI489 Field Experiences in 
Education 

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

0101(05726) STAFF lime ond room to be otronged 

EDCI498 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(05737) STAFF lime ond room ra be oiranged 

EDCI680 Trends in Secondary School 
Curriculum 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Recent developments in educotronol thinkrng ond practice on the 
curriculum. For raostei's certificotron students only 
0101(05758) Payne,!. lulh l:00pm-4:20pm 
(EDU 2119) 

EDCI681 Trends in Elementary School 
Curriculum 

131 REG/AUD. 

Recent developments in educotionol thrnking and practice which 
hove affected the curiiculum in elemenraiy educotion. Foi moster's 
cerWhcotion students only. 
0101 (05768) STAFF Tulh 1 :00pm-4:20pm 

(EDU 2119) 

EDCI788A Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Teaching Online 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (05819) Robrnson.P 

Meets 07/1 0/99-08/2 1/99 So 9;00om-5:00pm 
(EDU 1107) 
Teoching Online is a graduate course designed ra explore tfie theory, 
issues, ond prachcol desrgns of conductrng courses rn Web-bosed 
computer mediated conference (WCC) or online ieoming envrran- 
ments. The course will meet foce-to-foce 7/10/99 ond 
8/21/99 Ihc lest of the doss will be held online in WebCT tlie 
Univeisity of Moiylond's WCC system Students will be tought ttie 
computei skills they will need to be o port of the doss. 

EDC1788G Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Proseminar: 
Perspectives on Teaching 

(PermReql 
(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Foi master's certificotlon students only 
0101(05829) )ontz,R. TuTh l;00pm-4:20pm 
(EDU 1121) 
Time ond lOom to be oiranged Lob 
This couise provides on opportunity lor students ra synthesize and 
integrate knowledge ond skills learned rn oil components of the 
Morylond Moster's Certificotlon Program Portrculor emphosis is 
ploced on the integrohon of theorehcol, empincol ond prartlcol 
knowledge of teoching ond leoming 

EDCI798 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contort deportment or inshudoi lo 
obtain section number. 

E0CI799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort deportment or inshuctoi to 
obrain section number. 

EDCI888 Apprenticeship in Education 

(1-8) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instrachon couree: contort deportment or instiuctoi to 
obrain sertion number. 

EDCI899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuction course: contort department or instrurtor ra 
obrain section number. 



EDCP Education 
Counseling and 
PersonneiServices 

(Eijuc:ati()N) 

EDCP1088 College and Career 

Advancement: Concepts and 
Skills: Academic Skills 

(1) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (05907) Von Brunt, J. 

Meets 06/10/9907/01/99 MTuWTh 1 l:00om-l 2:00pm 
(SHM2I02) 

EDCP386 Experiential Learning (PemReq) 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individual inshuclron couise: contort deportment or instiuctoi to 
obrain section number. Pieiequisite: pemission ol depaitment. 56 
semeslei houis. 

EDCP420 Education and Racism 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Shotegy development for counselors and educotors to 
deol with problems of rocrsm. 
0101(05940) Pope-Dovis, D. Tulh 3:40pm-7:00pm 

(EDU 3315) 
0102(05941) Rogers, M. MW9:00am-l 2:20pm 
(EDU 2101) 

E0CP489 Field Experiences in 

Counseling and Personnel 

Services IPemReq) 
11-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: conftfl deportment or insttucrai to 
obrain sertion numbei. 

EDCP498 Special Problems in 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

(1-3) REG. 

Individuol instrurtron course: conMrt deportment or instrurtor to 
obrain sechon numbei. 

EDCP61 1 Career Development Theory 
and Programs 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Reseoich ond iheoiy leloted to coieei ond educotionol decisions; 
programs of related infoimotion ond olhei odivities in career decision. 
0101(05977) Reile,D. MW 3:40pni-7:00pm 

(EDU 3233) 

EDCP617 Group Counseling 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Fieiequisile: fOCF 616. k survey of theory, reseoich ond piodice 
of group counseling ond psychotherapy with on inttodurtion to 
growth graups ond the loborarary opprooch, rtierapeuhc fortors in 
groups, composition of therapeunc groups, problem clients, theio- 
peufic techniques, research methods, theories, ethics ond training 
of group counselors ond therapists. 
0101 (05987) Holcomb-Mccoy, C. 

luTh 3:40pm-7:00pm 

(EDU 2102) 

EDCP788 Advanced Practicum: 
Advanced Practicum 

(3) REG/AUD. 
0101(05997) STAFF Time ond room ra be orranged 

For Counseling Psychology Students Only. 

EDCP789W Advanced Topics in 
O Counseling and Personnel 
Services: An Introduction 
to Understanding Mental 
Disorders for Counselors 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101(06007) Richie, B. TuTh 7:00pm-l 0:00pm 
(EDU 3236) 



COURSE LISTING / SESSM 



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SESSION I 



EDCP798 Special Problems In 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

(1-6) REG/iUD. 

0101 (0601 /) STAf F Time ond room to be ominged 

0102(06018) PopfrOovis, D Time ond room to be oiranged 

EDCP799 Master's Thesis Research 

lUIREG. 

Indmdijol instnKtion tourse: conlDCt depottmeni oi instiurtot to 
obloin section numbet 

EDCP888 Apprenticeship in Counseling 
and Personnel Services 

|l-8)REG/iUD. 

Indiyiduol instiuction comse; conliicl deportment oi instiuflot to 
obtoin section numbet. 

EDCP888S Apprenticeship in 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services: School Psychology 

(1-6)REG/AUD. 

0101(06033) STAFF Time ond room to be ntronged 

For School Psyctiology Students Only. 

EDCP888U Apprenticeship in Counseling 
and Personnel Services: 
College Student Personnel 



(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (06043) Osteen, J. M 2:00pm-5;00pm 
(ARC 1127) 
Time ofid toom to be otionged Dis 

E0CP889 Internship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

(leiREG/AUD. 

individuol instujction course: tontuct deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin section number. 

EDCP899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Indmduol instmction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 



EDHD Education, 
Human Development 

(Education) 

EDH0300 Human Development and 

Learning IPermteql 

(6) REG/PF/AUD. 
Pfetequisite: odmasion to teachef education progrom. Mojor con- 
cepts ond theories of humon development ond learning ond their 
implicohons for Itie educotionol process. One hoU doy o week in 
school to observe student behovior, porticipote in clossroom octivi- 
ties, ond ottend seminars on school lopiG. 

0101(06108) Ale«onder,P MTuWTtiF 9:30om-l 2:30pm 
(EDU3315) 

EDHD320 Human Development 
through the Lifespan 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Cenlrol concepts reloted to poiometers of humon development, 
individuol ond sociol, which oiise throughout the vorious stoges of 
the Hespon. Continuity ond chonge within the developing individual 
0101(06129) «orcus,R MW 1 2:30pm-3:40pm 
(EDO 3315) 
lime ond room to be ortonged Dis 

E0H0400 Introduction to Gerontology 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

Wulhdsciplinory survey of tfie processes of oging. Physiologicol 
chonges, cultutol forces, ond self-processes Ihol beor on quolrty of 
Tife in loter years. Field study of ptogrnms, instituhons for eldedy, 
individuol elders, Ifieir fomilies ond core providers. 
0101 (06139) Smth. G. IuTh7:OOpm-10:OOpm 
(EDU1107) 
Time and room to be ortonged Dis 



EDHD411 Child Growth and 
Development 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Theorencol opprooches to ond empincol studies of physicol, 
psychologicol ond sociol development from conception to puberty 
Implications for home, school and community. 
0101 (06149) STAFF TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm 

(EDU 3233) 
Time and room to be orranged Dis 

EDHD4I3 Adolescent Development 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Adolescent development, including speciol problems encountered in 
(ontemporory culture. Observntionol component and indmduol case 
study 
0101(06160) Gordner,A. TuTh7:OOpm-10:10pm 
(EDU 2102) 
Time ond room to be orrnngeo Dis 

EDHD420 Cognitive Development 
O and Learning 

(3) REG/AUD. 

ftefei)i«si/e. [OHO 300 ot lOHD 320 oi SDHO 4UotPSYC 3S5 
0( PSK 341 or pemissioti of depottittent Current developmental 
theones of cognihve processes such os longuoge, memory, and 
intelligence and how differences in tognitrve level (infoncy through 
adolescence) mediote looming of educahonal subiect matters. 
0101 (06172) STAFF luTb 7:00pm-l 0:20pm 

(EDU 3233) 

EDHD430 Adolescent Violence 

13) REG/AUD. 

frereiju/si/e. PSK !00 oi (OHO 300 oi permission oi dejiortment. 
Examines the roots of violence among odolescents ond tfie extent 
to which this conshtutes o problem in various settings. Reseorch 
studies on its origins, prevenhon ond intervention and implications 
for sodol policy ore examined. 
0101(06182) Maicus, R. MW 4;00pni-7:00pm 
(EDU 3315) 
Time and loom to be arranged Dis 

E0HD489 Field Experiences in 

Education (Permteql 
(1-4) REG. 

Individuol instruOion course: contact deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin section number. 

EDH0498 Special Problems in Education 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indrvidual instruction course: contact deportment or instnjctor to 
obtain section number 

EDHD721 Learning Theory and the 
Educative Process I 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Motor theories, issues and teseorch in leoming and cognitive devel- 
opment. Emphasis on the application of these theones to education 
and the helping professions. 

0101(06227) Metsolo.J. TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm 
(EDU 3236) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 

EDH0789 Internship in Human 
Development 

(3-8) REG/AUD. 

Indhriduol instruction course: contort deportment or instnidoi to 
obtoin section number 

EDHD798 Special Problems in Education 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

EDHD799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG, 

Indnriduol instiuction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin section number. 

EDHD888 Apprenticeship in Education 

(1-8) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sertion number. 



EDHD889 Internship in Education 

(3-8) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction (ouise: contort department or instiuctoi to 
obtain section number. 

EDHD899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Indhriduol instnjction course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 



EDMS Measurement, 
Statistics, and 
Evaluation 

(Education) 

EDi;iS45l Introduction to Educational 
Statistics 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Jtioior stonding. Intioduchon to stntisticol reasoning, locahon ond 
dispersion meosures, computer applications, regression ond 
conelotion; formation of hypotheses tests; t-test; oneiray nnolysis 
of variance; onolysis of conhngency tobies. 
0)01(06298) Mocreody,G. AITuWTti 1 2:00pm-l :40pm 

(EDU 1107) 
0102(06299) Mooeody,G. MTuWTh 2:00pm3:40pm 
(EDU 1107) 

EDMS645 Quantitative Research 
O Methods I 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Research design and stotisticol opplicotions in educational teseorch: 

doto representotion, descriptive statistics, eshmohon and hypothesis 

testing, Applicohon of stnhsticol computer pockoges is emphosized, 

0101(06310) Hancock, G. MTuWTh 5:00pm^:40pm 

(EDU 1121) 
0102(06311) HoncodcG. MTuVm 7:00pm^:40pm 
(EDU 1121) 

EDMS646 Quantitative Research 
O Methods II 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: fOMS 645. A second level infeiential stotistics couise 
witfi emphasis on onolysis of vononce procedures ond designs. 
Assignments include student ononis of survey doto. Applitotion of 
stotisticol computer pockoges is emphosized. 
0101(06322) Powell, D. MTuWTh 7:00pm-8:40pm 
(EDU 3315) 

EDMS798 Special Problems in 
Education 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort deportment or instnjctor to 
obtoin section number. 

EDMS799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instnrction couise: contact department ot instnjctor to 
obtain section number. 

EDMS889 Internship in Measurement 

and Statistics IPermReql 
(3-12) REG. 

Indhriduol instrurtion course: contort deportment or instiurtot to 
obtain section number 

EDMS899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Indhnduol instniflion couise: contort deportment or instiurtor to 
obtoin section numbei. 



EDPA Education Policy, 
Plannina and 
Administration 

(Educ.mion) 

EDPA301 Foundations of Education 

(PemSeql 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqursite; junior stonding ond odmisam to teodier edixntm, or 
Bachelor's degree mth permission of department Soool context of 
educohon ond conflirts over philosophies, volues, ond gook ttiat 
are reflected in educahonal institutions in oui pluraTishc society 
Helps teochers become reflectrve, oiticol thinkers about tfie sodol 
and philosophicol issues ttiey foce and the choices they moke. 

0101 (06410! Seubert.C 

Meets 06/01/99-06/25/99 TuWlhF 9:30am-l 2:00pm 
(EDU 2119) 

0102(06411) Hersdiboch, D. TuTh 3:40pm-7:00pm 
(EDU 1107) 

E0PA489 Field Experiences 
in Education 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion couise: contort department oi instructor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

EDPA498 Special Problems in 

Education (Pennlleitl 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indnriduol Instmrtion course: contort deportment or inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number. 

EDPA60I Contemporary Social Issues 
O in Education 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Iheorehcol and piorticol considerahon of vitnl sodol issues ajnentfy 
offecting education, 

0101(06503) Heischboch, 0, Ml«7:00pml0:20pm 
(EDU 2102) 

EDPA634 The School Curriculum 

(3) REG/AUD. 

A foundohons course embrocing the cumculum os o whole from 
eady childhood through adolescence, including n review of histori- 
cal developments, on onolysis of condihons offerting curhculum 
chonge, on exominohon of Ksues in cumculum moking, ond o con- 
sidemhon of cunent trends in ojiriculum design. 

0101 (06513) Sek)en,S. Tulh 3:40pm7:DOpm 
(E0U2101) 

EDPA798 Special Problems in 

Education Ifennlleqj 
(1-6) REG/AUD 

Indhriduol instnjction course: conturt deportment ot instrufloi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

EDPA799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol inshurtion course: conttjfl deportment or insttuclw to 
obtain sertion number. 

EDPA837 Curriculum Theory and 
O Research 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: lOPt 635. Crihcol ond onolyhc review of major 
themes, concepts ond longuoge fomis lelevonl to current oiiticu- 
lum theory and research. 

0101 (06617) Selden.S TuTh 7;00pm-10:20pm 
(EDU 2101) 
This course will focus on roce, doss, ond sodol justKC, 

EDPAB89 Internship in Education 
(3-8) REG/AUD. 

Indhnduol inshuchon course: contort department or instnidoi lo 
obtoin sechon numbei 

EDPA899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-F 

Indhriduol inshurtion course: contort department or inslnida Id 
obtoin sechon number. 



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SESSION I 



EDSP Education, $pe<iql 



EDSP210 Introduction to Special 
O Education 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Chotactenstics and needs of children wilti handicaps, CumnI issues 
in special educahon. 

0101 (06762) Donehey.A. 

Meels 06/01/99-06/28/99 Wlulh 5:30pm-8:50pm 
(EDO 2119) 

EDSP376 Fundamentals of Sign 
O Language 

(3) REG/P-f/AUO. 

Recephve and expressive skills in Amecican Sign longuage- 

Examinafton of (he causes of deafness, chaiactenshcs of deof 

educohon, ond aspecis of the cilhjre of the deal communily 

0101(06772) Glower, R. MW 6:30pm-9:45pm 

(EDU1107) 

EDSP400 Assessment, Curriculum and 
Instructional Methods For 
Students with Severe 
Disabilities fPe™i!eii; 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Cowquisiles: (IDSF 402 oi lOSP 4311 orpemtissm ol depart- 
ment. Examination of hrnchonol assessment piocedures, curriculum 
development ond analysis, and instiuctional techniques for shjdenis 
with severe disobilihes. 

0101 (06783) Kohl, F. 

Meets 06/28/99-07/08/99 MTuWTh 1 0:00am-4:00pm 
(EDO 01 14) 

E0SP402 Field Placement: Severe 

Disabilities llPenndeql 
(2-5) REG. 

fte- 01 meijmiles: (BSP 400; and (D5F 4041 ai peimission oi 
depattmenl Piochcum experience in settings serving severely dis- 
obled individuals. Eniollment limited to those odmitted to severely 
handicapped specialty oieo. Field placement foi two to five ho^- 
doys pei week. Students without the lequiied co- or prerequisites 
con registei for this course with departmental oppravol. Open to 
special educohon groduole students only for this term. 
0101(06793) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

EDSP421 Field Placement: Early 
Childhood Special 

Education I IFemReql 
(2-3) REG. 

Pie- Of coceijuisite; fOSP 420; and fOfl 4 10. Ptochcum experience 
rn sethngs serving preschool hondicopped children Opportunihes for 
shjdying the patterns of development and learning among non- 
hondicopped ond hondicopped infants and older preschoolers. 
Enrollment limited to students admitted to early childhood specialty. 
Field placement for two oi three holf-doys per week. Shjdents 
without the requited pie- or corequisites con register for this course 
with deportaienlol oppiovol. Open to special educahon graduate 
shjdents only for this teim 
0101(06804) STAFF Time ond room to be arronged 

EDSP442 Field Placement: 

Educationally Handicapped I 

(PermReql 
(2-3) REG. 

Pre- or coreqosile IWSP 44 1 and lOO 4561 or permiisian ol 
deportment Prochcum experience in sethngs serving educohonolly 
handicapped individuols Oemonstrohon of the content of EDSP 
441 Enrallment limited to shjdents odmitted to educohonolly 
handicapped specially. Field plocement loi two oi three holf-doys 
per week. Students without the required co- or prerequisites con 
register for this course with departmental oppravol. Open to special 
educohon gmduote shjdents only for this term. 

0101(06815) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

E0SP443 Assessment and Instructional 
Design for the Handicapped: 
Reading and Written 
Communication Disorders 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereriuisites: lEDSP 320; and iBSP 321} orpermissm oldeprjrt- 
ment Pre- or coreqiiisitei: EOSP 331; and fflSP 332; ond fflSP 
333. Chorocterishcs and assessments of individuals with reoding 



and written communicotion disorders ot elementory to secondoiy 
levels, ond methods oi teoching reoding ond written language skills 
to such individuals. Adoptohon of regulnr instructionol metliods and 
curricula. 
0101(06826) Roberts, A luTh 4:OOpm-7:20pm 
(EDU0114 

EDSP461 Field Placement: 

Secondary/Transition I 

IPermKeql 
(3) REG. 

Pre- or corequisrle fflSP 460 For WSP majors only Procticum 
expenence in secondoiy/tionsihon programs foi individuals with 
disobilines Field plocement for two holf-doys per week Snjdenis 
without the required pre- or corequisites con register for the course 
wrth deporhnentol opprovol. Open to speciol educonon graduate 
shjdents only for this term. 
0101(06836) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

EDSP470 Introduction to Special 
O Education 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Designed to give on underslonding of the needs of oil types of 
excephonol children Open to oil shjdents except undergraduote 
speciol educohon mojors. 

0101 (06847) Voth, L 

Meets 06/01 /99-06/28/99 MTuTh 6;40pm-l 0:00pm 
(EDU0212) 

EDSP489 Field Experiences in Special 
Education 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(06858) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

EDSP498 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol Instruction course contort deportment ot instiudor to 
obtain sertion number. 

EDSP499G Workshops, Clinics, and 
Institutes in Special 
Education: Inclusive 
Practices in the Schools 

(3) REG. 

0101(06881) Gruber,8. TuTh 4:00pm-7:20pm 
(EDU1315) 
This course will review educohonol prochces regording inclusive 
educohon in the schools for shjdents with ond without disobilihes. 
The content of this course is oppiopriole for general educotors os 
well OS special educotors. 

EDSP499K Workshops, Clinics, and 
Institutes in Special 
Education: Classroom 
Management for Promoting 
Pro-social Behavior in the 
Classroom 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(06891) Molmgren, K. MW 4:00pm-7;20pm 
(EDO 2101) 

EDSP670 Single Subject Research in 
O Special Education 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Prerequivte: (OSP 600 or permission ol depatlment Design, oppli- 
cohon, nnd onolysis of single subject reseotch in speciol educohon 
clossraoms ocross oil disobilihes. 
0101 (06911) EgeU. MW6:40pm-10:00pm 

(EDO 3236) 

EDSP678T Seminar in Special 
O Education: Programming 
for Handicapped Infants: 
Medical and Genetic 
Implications 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101(06931) WochteLR. MW 5:00pm-8;00pm 
(EDO 01 14) 
Time and mom to be orranged Dis 



EDSP7B8S Selected Topics in Special 
Education: The 
Reauthorization of IDEA 
(Individuals with Disabilities 
Education Act):Implications 
for Regular and Special 
Educators 
(2-3) REG. 
0101 (06951) Worren, S 

Meets 06/21/99-06/30/99 MWTh 9:00om-5:20pm 
(EDO 4233) 
The 1997 Amendments to IDEA pose intereshng chollenges to teg- 
ulor ond speciol educotors and odministiolors ond porenls. This 
course will highlight the crihcol components ot this low ond the 
impliconons foi educonng shjdents with disobilihes ond ohier 
diverse leorning styles. Shotegies lor implemenMhon ol the school 
ond clossroom levels will be explored Classes held: June 21, lone 
23, June 24, June 28 ond lone 30, 1999. 

EDSP798 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual insliurtion course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

EDSP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon course: contort depochnent or instructor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

EDSP888 Apprenticeship in Special 
Education 



Individuol instiuchon course: contort department or instrurtoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 

E0SP889 Internship in Special 
Education 

(3-8) REG. 

Individuol instruflion course: conhirt deporhnent or instiuchir to 
obtoin sertion number. 

EDSP899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort department ot instiurtor to 
obhiin sertion number. 



ENAE Engineering, 
Aerospace 

(Engineering) 

ENAE283 Introduction to Aerospace 
Systems 

(3) REG. 

Frereqaisites FHfS 16) and [HIS 100 and [HIS 102 
Corequisites IMF 26 1 and PHYS 262. For FHAF majors only. 
Inliodurtion to oiiplones and spoce vehicles as aerospace systems. 
Fundomentols that descnbe these systems. Elements ol oerody- 
nomics, oirfoils ond wings Airplone performance, shibility and con- 
liol. Aircrott ond racket propulsion. Fundamentals of orbrtol mohon 
Asperts of vehicle concephjol design. 
0101(07081) Schmitz.F MF l:00pm-2 :20pm 
{EGR3102) 
TuWThl:OOpm-3:15pm 
(EGR3102) 

ENAE311 Aerodynamics I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 



;te: [MF 281. and FHFS 21V. o/irf mm 246. 
Coreqaisile FHMF 223 FHAF majors only or permission ol deport- 
ment Fundomentols of oeiodynomrcs Elements of compressible 
flow. Normol and oblique shock waves. Flows thraugh nozzles, dd- 
hjsers and wind tunnels. Elements of the method of chorartenshcs 
and hnite difference soluhons foi compressible flows. Aspects of 
hypersonic flow 
0101(07091) Lewis, M. MTuWThF 3:00pm-4:20pm 
(EGR2112) 



ENAE423 Vibration and Aeroelasticity 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Freiequisite FHAF 322 FHAF mojors only or permiisiorr ol depart- 
ment Continuohon of ENAE 322 Oynomic response of single ond 
mulhple degrees of freedom systems, hnite element modeling, 
wing divergence, oileron reversol, wing ond ponel flutter. 

0101(07101) Lee,S. MTuWIhF 8:00om-9:20om 

(EGR2112) 

ENA(499 Elective Research 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrartor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

ENAE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indrviduol inshuchon course: contort deporhnent or inshurtor hi 
obtoin sertion numbet 

ENAE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deporhnent or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 



ENBE Bioiooicai 
Resources Engineering 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

ENBE489 Special Problems in Biological 
Resources Engineering 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual mshuchon course: contort deporhnent or inshurtoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

ENBE499 Special Problems in 

Agricultural Engineering 
Technology 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Indhiiduol inshurtion course: contort deporhnent or inshurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei. 

ENBE699 Special Problems in Biological 
Resources Engineering 

(1-61 REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort deporhhent or inshuchir to 
obhiin sertion number. 

ENBE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contort deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obtoin sechon numbet. 

ENBE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

individuol inshuchon course: conhirt deportment or inshuctor to 
obhiin sechon number. 



EWCE Engineering, Civil 

(Engineering) 

ENCE489 Special Problems in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

indhiiduoi inshuchon course: contort deporhnent or inshurtoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

ENCE664 Construction Contracts and 
O Specifications 

(3) REG/AUD. 

For FHCF majors only BosiG of conhort low; types ond selertion of 
consfrurtion conhods; essenhols of plons ond speofitohons; bidding, 
owoiding and odminishohon of conhods, liability, bonding, cloims, 
ond ofliei legal asperts ossocioted with constnjrtion piojerts. 

0101 (07231) CXonnell,K. 
Meets 06/01/99-07/15/99 TuTh 5:30pm^:20pm 
(EGR2103) 



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ENCE688 Advanced Topics in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3)REG/AUD, 

Individual instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
ohtoin section number. 

ENCE689 Seminar 
11-16) REG/AUO. 

Ind'rvidual instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

ENCE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number, 

ENCE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct deportment ot insttuctor to 
obtoin section number. 

ENCH Enaineering, 
ChemKal 

(Engineering) 

ENCH215 Chemical Engineering 
Analysis 

(3) REG. 

Prmjijisile: CHIM }33 of CHU 1 13. Pt^ of coferjuis/fe: fMIH 
Ul Inlioduction to methods ot chemicol engineenng colculotions 
ond onolysis. Stoichiomeliic relotions, moteriol ond energy bol- 
onces, ond bebovior of goses, vopors, liquids ond solids. Anolyticol 
ond computer methods. 
0101(07298) Smith,!. MTumbF9:30om-10:50om 
(CHE 2140) 

ENCH437 Chemical Engineering 
Laboratory 

13) 8EG/PF/AU0. 

PmequMey- IHCH 474; mi IHCH 440, on! BCH 447. 
Cowiimie: CUCH 476 Applicohon of chemicol engineering process 
ond unit opetohon principles rn smoll scole semKommerciol equip- 
ment. Doto hom experimentol observotions ore used to evoluole 
peiformonce ond efficiency of operations. Emphosis on correct pie- 
sentotion of results in report form. 
0101(07318) Smith,!. !u!h 1 1 :00om-5:00pm 
(CHE 1145) lob 

ENCH468 Research 
(1-3) REG. 

Individual instiuclion course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENCH648 Special Problems in 
Chemical Engineering 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction couise: contoct department or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

ENCH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuchon course: contact depottment or insttuctor to 
obtoin section number. 

EN(H899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual rnstrurtion course: contort deportment or insttuctor to 
obtoin section number. 



ENCO Enaineering, 
Cooperqiive Education 

(Engineering) 

ENCO098 Summer Co-Op Work 
Experience iPemfeql 

(No credit) S-f. 

0101(07385) Souber. H. !imc ond room to be arrongi 



ENEE Enaineering, 
Electrical 

(Engineering) 

ENEE204 Basic Circuit Theory 

(3) REG. 

Fieieifuisile: MAIH 246. Bosic ciicuit elements: resistors, copoci- 
tors, inductors, sources, mutuol rnductonce ond tronsformers; their 
l-V relotionships. Kirchoff's lows. DC ond AC steody stole onolysis, 
Phosors, node ond mesh onolysis, superposihon, theorems of 
!hevenin ond Norton. Ironsient onolysis for first- ond second-order 
circuits. Engineering College only (04). 

0101 (07436) S!AFF 

l^eets 06/01/9907/20/99 M!uW!h 8:00om-9:20om 
(EGR1104) 

ENEE244 Digital Logic Design 

(3) REG. 

Pmeqmte: iHtl 1 ]4. Gates, Hip-flops, registers ond counters. 
Kornnugh mop simplifichon of goto networks. Switching olgebro, 
Synchranous sequentiol systems, PU's, Elements of brnoty orith- 
mehc units. Engineering College only (04) 

0101 (07446) S1AFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/20/99 MIuWTh 9:30om-10:50om 
(EGR3106) 
All lower-division CHEM, MATH, PHYS ond Engineering courses thot 
ore required courses lor the BS degree in Electiicol Engineering 
must be completed before enrolling in nny 300- or 400-level ENEE 
course (except ENEE 300 ond ENEE 301 ), Tronsfer students will be 
ollowed one term lo complete oil such courses ofter storting to 
loke upper-level ENEE courses, 

ENEE302 Analog Electronic Circuits 

(3) REG. 

Pmeqmile: f Nf f 704 and cofup/efcn ol all hweiilmm (ouises 
in t/ie ff wriiwim. See above note. Basic electronics elements 
(diodes, bipolar transistors, MOSFEls) their choroctenstics ond pnn- 
ciples of operohon Smoll signal onolysis Circuit models with con- 
ttolled sources. Diode circuits. Low-frequency omplifiers ond feed- 
back, frequency response of omplihers, Operohonol amplifiers ond 
therr opplicofions, Wove^hoping and woveform generators 
Elements of power electronics, ENEE mo|ors (09090) only 

0101 (07456) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/20/99 MTuWTh 9:30om-l 0:50om 
(CSS 2330) 

ENEE312 Digital Electronic Circuits 

(3) REG. 

Pwwquate: f Wf 307 ond completion ol all lower-dmsion teAni- 
(ol coufses in the ff wmwhm. See above note. Review of basic 
semicondurtor devices and technology Inverters, gotes ond logic 
fomilies. Anolysis ond design of combinotionol circuits (odder, com 
poratoi, encoder/decoder) Memories, Anolysis ond design of 
sequentiol circuits (llipfops, registers, counters), lorge scole inte- 
grated systems (dynomic MOS registers, EPROMs, PLA, CCDs), 
Anolog-trnligitol converters. Elements of CAO, including use of the 
SPICE computer pockoge. ENEE mojars (09090) only 

0101 (07466) STAFF 

Meets 06/01 /99-07/20/99 MTuWTh 9:30om-1 0:50nm 
(EGR1104) 

ENEE350 Computer Organization 

(3) REG. 

Pieietjuiiite: IHll 744 and comfletion ol all Iawei4vism te(bnkal 
tomes m the ff wmulum See above note lot 09090 and 
09991 mojois only. Hot open to students who have completed 
lull 750 Fomeily fNff 250. Structure ond orgonizotion of 
digital computers Registers, memory, control and I/O, Onto ond 
instrurtion formots, addressing modes, ossembly longuoge 
programming Elements of system software, subroutines ond theit 
linkages, ENEE mojors (09090) only, 

0101 (074761 Silio, C 

Meets 06/01/99-07/20/99 MTuWTh 8:00nm-9:20om 
(EGR1108) 

ENEE380 Electromagnetic Theory 

(3) REG. 

Pieiequisiles: MAW 74 1 and PHYS 763 and complelion ol all 
towei4vism technical coofses m the ff cumculuni See above 
note. Intraduchon lo elertramognehc fields. Coulomb's low, Gouss's 
law, eleclncol potentiol, dielectric moteriols copocitonce, boundary 
value prablems, Biol-Sovort low, Ampere's low, loieniz force 
equotion, mognelic moteriols, mognehc ciicuits, rnductonce, nme 
vorying fields and Maxwell's equolions. 



0101 (07486) Toyloi, L 

Meets 06/01/99-07/20/99 MTulVTh 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 
(EGR0110) 

ENEE381 Electromagnetic Wave 
Propagation 

(3) REG. 

Pieiequisite: fiVff 380 and coraptefen ol all lowei-division techni- 
cal coaises in the ff comcutum. See above note Review of 
Moxwell's equotions; the wove equotion, potenhols, Poynting's the- 
orem. Transmission, lossy medium, skin effect Porallel-plote ond 
reclongulor wovfrguides, Rodiotion, retarded potentiols, radiohon 
from dipole. 

0101 (07496) lowson,W. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/20/99 MTuWTh 9:30om-10:50om 
(EGR0108) 

ENEE440 Microprocessors 

(3) REG. 

Pieiequisite' Bl( 3S0 and complehon ol all lowei-division techni- 
cal couises in the ff cutiiculum. See above note for 09090 ond 
09991 mo/05 only. Micropiocessor orctiitectures, instiuction sets, 
ond opplications. Bus stiuctures, memory, I/O interfocing. Assembly 
longunge programming, LSI device conhguratioii, ond die embed- 
ding of microprocessors in systems ENEE mojors (09090) only 

0101 (07506) Hawkins, W. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/20/99 MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20Dm 
(EGR3106) 

ENEE499 Senior Projects in Electrical 
Engineering (PemReq) 

(1-3) REG. 

0101 (0751 6) Popomotcou, A, Time and room to be orranged 

ENEE699 Independent Studies in 
Electrical Engineering 

(1-3) REG. 

Individual instiurtion course: contoct deportment or insttuctor to 
obtain section number 

ENEE799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPemReq) 
(1-6) S-E 

0101(07529) Tits, A. Time ond room lo be arranged 

ENEE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research (PermReq) 

(1-8) SF. 

0101(07540) Tits, A Time and room to be orronged 

ENES Engineering 
Science 

(Engineering) 
ENES102 Statics 

(2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: MAIH 140. for engineenng mojois only formeily 
ENCS 1 10. The equilibnum of stationory bodies under the influence 
of various kinds of forces. Forces, moments, couples, equilibnum, 
ttusses, frames ond mochines, centroids, moment of inertio, beams, 
ond frirtion. Vertor ond scolor methods ore used lo solve prablems, 

0101(07601) Ainone.S. MTuTh 10:00am-11:40am 
(EGR2154) 

ENES220 Mechanics of Materials 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Piereqaisites: fIVfS 107: and MAJH 141; and PHYS 161. hi engi- 
neenng majois only (not including fWff majors). Stress and defor- 
mohon of solids — rods, beoms, shofts, columns, looks, and other 
stiuctural, mocbine ond vehicle membets. Topics include stress 
translormohon using Mohr's ciicle; sheer ond moment diagrams: 
derivohon of elastic curves; ond Euler's buckling formulo. Design 
problems related to this moteriol ore given in lob, 
0101(07611) Chong,P MTuWTh 9:30oni-10:50om 
(EGR0135) 
Tulhl2:30pm-2:30pm 
(ECR0135)Dis 

ENES221 Dynamics 
(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pieiequisites: IHIS 107 at iHlS 1 10; and MAJH 141; and PHYS 
161. Systems of heavy porticles and rigid bodies at test ond in 
motion. Forceiicceleiahon, work-energy ond impulse-momenhjm 



reloh'onsbips. Mohan of one body relohve lo onolhei in o plane 
ond in space 
0101(07622) STAFF MTuWTh 8:00nm-9:40am 

(EGR2154) 

ENES230 Introduction to Materials 
and their Applications 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite PUIS 100 at peimission ol depottment Structuce of 
materiols. chemicol composihon, phose tionsformotions, corrosion 
ond mechonicol properties of metols, ceromics, polymers ond relol- 
ed moteriols. Moteriol seledion in engineering opplicohons. 
0101(07632) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 

(CHE 2136) 

ENFP Engineering, Fire 
Protection 

(Engineering) 

ENFP429 Independent Studies (PermReq) 

(1-3)REG/P-F. 

0101(07692) Spivok, S. Time ond room to be orronged 

ENFP619 Graduate Seminar 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0101(07713) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ENFP629 Selected Topics 

(3-6) REG/AUD. 

0101(07724) Spivok, S, Time ond room to be oironged 

ENFP649 Special Problems 

11-3) REG/AUD. 

01 01 (07735) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ENFP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6)REG/S-F. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort deporhiient or insttuctor to 
obtain section number 



ENGL Englisii 



(Arts and Humanities) 

ENGLIDI Introduction to Writing 

O (3) REG. 

An inhodurtory course in expository writing. 
0101(07797) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQH1103) 
0102(07798) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2119) 
0103(07799) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-1 2:20pm 

(SQH1121) 
0104(07800) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1101) 
An inttodurtory course in ocodcmic writing. 

ENGL101X Introduction to Writing 

(3) REG. 

For students lot whom English is o second language. 
0101(07825) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQHDOS) 
0102(07826) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQH2122) 

ENGL205 Introduction to Shakespeare 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) Secommended lor non-majois. Reoding of 
ropresentotive works Genre, nction, chorartei, theme, longuoge, 
and staging Shokespeore's relation to Renoissonce cultura. 
0101(07836) Leinwond, T MW6:00pm-9:)5pm 
(S0H1107) 

ENG1222 American Literature: 1865 
O to Present 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Lileranjre (HL) Surveys Ameiicon wiihng from the Civil Wat 
through the Cold Wor Authors such os Clemens, Frost, Hurston, 
Bellow. 
0101 (07846) Bouer,R, MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH1117) 



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ENGL234 Introduction to African- 
American Literature 

131 REG/P-F/4UD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY A survey ol AfticoivAmen(on liter- 
oture trom ttie lote eighleentti century to Itie present 

0101(07857) Toylor.D. IuTli9:00onhl2:15pm 
(SQH11I9) 

ENGL243 Introduction to Poetry 

(31 REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: btetature (HL) How poetty works. Fotus on style, subject, 
rtiytlim. voice, technique and structure. Reodings trom n ronge of 
cultures ond communities 
0101(07878) DiMorco.A, lulh l:00pm^ :15pm 
(SQHllOl) 

ENGLJ50 Introduction to Literature 
by Women 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

COW: Utewtvw (HL) DmSin/ila offered as WMS12S5. 
Credit will be gwnlsd for only one of the following: Ml ISO oi 
WMSI 255- Imoges of women m literoturc by ond obout women. 
0101 (07889) Orlondo, E. Mb 9 OOom-1 2: 1 5pm 
(SON 2120) 

ENCL277 My thologies: An Introduction 

13) REC/P-F/AUO 

CORE Literoturc (HI) Introduction to tbe myths of Europe, Asio, 
Oceonio, tbe Middle Eost, Afnco ond North ond South Amenco. 
0101(07900) Dickson, N, MW l:00pm^:15pm 
(SOHllOl) 

ENGL278F The Blues Tradition: 
O African-American Folk 
and Popular Song 

(3) REG/PF/AUO. 
CORE: Humonlhes (HO) DIVERSITY 
0101(07910) Peotson,B. MlA(6:00pm-9.15pm 
(SQH1103) 

ENCL278S The American Short Story in 
Its World Context 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Literature (HL) 
0101 (07920) Cross, R. MW l:OOpnh4:15pm 
(SQH1121) 

ENG1312 Romantic to Modern British 
O Literature 

(3) REG. 

Detoiled study of selected mojor texts from tbe 1 9th ond 20th ceo- 
bmes. Tronsibons from Romonbcism to Victotion oge to Modernism, 
Histoncol, sociol, literory contexts Issues sucb cs rise of democro- 
cy; indusbiol revoiubon; tbe "womon cjuesbon"; revolubons in liter- 
ory form. Autbocs might include Wordsworth, Austen, Dickens, 
Amold, T.S. Eliot, V^oolf. 



0101 (07940) Aucbord,]. 



MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH1119) 



ENGL313 American Literature 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: two lowei-level English couises, of leosl one in lilero- 
tore: or per/rass/'on of depoitment. A detoiled sbidy of selected 
mojor texts of Americon literobjre from tbe Seventeenth Century to 
the Twenbelb Cenhjry. Issues sucb os roce, gender, ond regionolism. 
Authors such os fronklin, Howtborne, Dickinson, Hemingway, ond 
Morrison. 

0101(07951) Morrison, S. MlAf l:00pm^:15pm 
(S0H1103) 

ENGL348A Literary Works by Women: 
O Women in the Plantation 
Household 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY 
0101(07961) Ryan,L. TuTb6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1117) 



ENG1379E Special Topics in Literature: 
O Film Analysis - The Rhetoric 
of Fictional Worlds 

(3) REG. 

0101(07981) Miller,). TuTh6:30pm-l 0:00pm 

(SQH1120) 

ENGL379P Special Topics in Literature: 
Science Fiction and Horror 
Film 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (07992) yker,R. Tulb 1 :00pm4: 1 5pm 
(SQH1120) 

ENG1391 Advanced Composition 

O (31 REG. 

Fieiequsite. 56 hours of (ollege credit wbrch must include (HOLIOI 
or equivolenl. An odvonced composibon couree wbicb emphosizes 
constructing wntten orguments occommodated to reel oudiences. 
0105(08012) STAFF MTuWTbF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(SOHI107) 
0107(08013) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SON 1123) 
0108(08014) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9:I5pm 

(SQHII07) 

ENC1392 Advanced Composition: 
Pre-Law 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pieieguisite: 56 hours of college credit which must include [H6l 
101 01 eifuivolenl Techniques of orgumentnbon ond persuosion. 
Intensive pracbce to help writers ochieve stylisbc flexibility ond cor- 
rectness. 
0101(08028) STAFF l«TuWTbF9:30om-10:50om 

(SQHT121) 

ENG1393 Technical Writing 
O (3) REG. 

Prereriuisite: 56 hours of college credit whidi most include IUCI 
101 Of eguivalent Tbe wnbng of technical popers and reports. 
0102(08038) STAFF MTuWTbF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQH2119) 
0103(08039) STAFF MTuWTbF 9:30oni-1050am 

(SQHllll) 
0105(08040) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(SQH1123) 
0108(08041) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQHllll) 
0109(08042) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2122) 
0112(08043) STAFF TuTb6:O0pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2121) 
0113(08044) STAFF TuTTi6:O0pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1123) 

ENGL393X Technical Writing 
O (3) REG. 

Prereriuisite: 56 hours of college credit whidi most include IHdL 
101 or ec/oivolent. For students for whom English is n second 
languoge. 
0101(08061) STAFF MTuWTbF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQH2121) 
0102(08062) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQHllll) 
0103(08063) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50am 

(SQH2117) 

ENG1394 Business Writing 

O (3) REG. 

Prerequisite' 56 hours of college credit which must inclade [UGL 
101 01 equivalent Intensive pradice in tbe foims of wntten com- 
municobon common in the business wodd — letters, memos, short 
reports, and proposals Pnnciples of rbetonc ond etfecbve style. 
This course sohsbes tbe junior English requirement, 
0101(08076) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00am-9:20am 

(SQH1121) 
0102(08077) STAFF MTuWTbF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQH1123) 
0103(08078) STAFF MTuWTbF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(SQH2119) 
0104(08079) STAFF MW6:O0pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2121) 
0105(08080) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9:I5pm 

(SQH1121) 



0106(08081) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am 

(SQH1117) 
0107(08082) STAFF luTh 6:00pm-9 1 5pm 

(SQH1105) 

ENGL395 Writing for Health 
Professions 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: 56 hours of college credit which mast include [NCI 
101 or eqomlent Focus on occommodobng technical moleriol and 
empiricol studies to loy audiences, and helping writers to ochieve 
stylisbc flexibility ond correctness. 
0101(08097) Doyle, A MTuWTbF 9:30am-10:50om 
(SQHllOl) 

ENGL399 Senior Seminar: Irish 
O Renaissance 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(08107) Loizeoux, f. TuTb6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH2119) 

ENGL429 Independent Research in 

English (Pemfeql 
(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual insbuction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENGL433 American Literature: 1914 
to the Present, the Modern 
Period 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: two (nglish courses in literahire or permission of 
deportment Modernism, Postmodernism. Writers such os Stevens, 
Stein, Ellison. 

0101 (08139) Chub,K. TuTh l:00pm-4:15pm 

(SQH1117) 

ENGL489G Special Topics in English 
Language: Gender and 
Language 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(08169) Homyak,!. TuTh l:00pm4: 15pm 
(SQH1107) 

ENGL628 Readings in African 
O American Literature 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (08209) Fry, G. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQHH05) 

ENGL699 Independent Study (PermReq) 

(1-31 REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contact deportment or instnictor to 
obtoin secbon number. 

ENGL719 Seminar in Renaissance 
O Literature 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101(08221) Donowertb,!. TuTb6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 0119) 

ENGL799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instrucbon course: contort department or instructor to 
obtain section number 

ENGL899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Indmduol instrucbon course: contort deporbnent oi instnictor to 
obtoin section number. 



ENMA Engineering, 
Materials 

(tlNGlNEERlNG) 

ENMA499 Senior Laboratory Project 



(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (08284) Wilson, 0. Time ond room to be orranged 



EHMA698 Special Problems in 
Materials Science and 
Engineering 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instnirtion course: contact depcttmeni or instnKtor to 
obtoin seOion number, 

ENMA799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPermteql 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contort deportment ot instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

ENMA899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (PermReq) 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin secbon number 



ENME Engineering, 
Mechanical 

( Engineering) 

ENME232 Thermodynamics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PHYS 262 Introduction to Ibermodynomics. 
Tberniodynomic properties of motter. First ond second low of 
tbemiodynomiG, cycles, reoctions, ond mixtures. 
0101 (08350) STAFF MTuWITi 9:00om-10:40am 

(CHM2201) 

ENME320 Thermodynamics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: MAW Ml: ond PmS 262 The properties, charac- 
teristics ond hindomentol equobons of goses ond vopots. 
Applicnhon of the brst and second lows of tbermoctynomics in tbe 
onolysis of bosic beat engines, oir compression vapor cycles. Flow 
and nonflow processes for gases ond vapors. 
0101(08360) STAFF MTuWTb 9:00am-10:40am 

(EGROllO) 

ENME331 Fluid Mechanics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqoisrtes: imi 232 and IHIS 221. Pnndples of Huid 
mechonics. Moss, momentum ond energy conservubon. 
Hydrostobcs. Control volume onolysis. Internal ond exfemol flow. 
Boundory layers. Modem meosurement tethniques. Computer 
onolysis. Laboratory expenments. 
0101 (08370) STAFF TuTh 1 2:30pm-3:50pm 

(EGR0108) 

ENME351 Electronics and 

Instrumentation II 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisites: IHMl 252 and PHYS 263. Conbnuobon of ENME 
252, Modem instnimenlubon, Basic circuit design, slondord miao- 
elertronic circuits. Digital doto ocquisihon ond contiol. Signol condi- 
boning, Instrumentobon interfocing. Designing and tesbng of ono- 
log circuits. Loboratory expenments. 
0101 (08380) STAFF MW 12:30pm-2:30p 

(EGROnO) 
MW 2:40pm-4:40pm 
(EGROllO) Lob 
0102(08381) STAFF MW 12:30pm-2:30pm 

(EGROllO) 
MW 4:45pnv6:45pm 
(EGROllO) Lob 

ENME361 Vibration, Controls and 
Optimization I 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisites: [HIS 22! and [HIS 220 ond MIH 246. 
Fundomentols of vibrabon, contiols ond opiimizotion. Anolysis and 
design in bme, Loploce ond fiequency domoins. Motbemobcol 
descripbon of system response, system stability, control ond opfr 
mizobon. Opbmol design of mecbonicol systems. 
0101(08391) Coder, D. MTuWTb 8:00am-9:40am 
(EGR3108) 



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SESSION I 



ENME488 Special Problems ll'emlleqj 
(3) REG/PF/AUO. 

0101(08401) Ainone, S lime ond room to be orronged 

ENME489T Special Topics in Mechanical 
Engineering: Turbomachinery 

13) REG/Pf/AUD, 

0)01(08412) Moib.C- MTuWIh 10:00om-ll;40am 
(EGR2112) 

ENME799 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) REG. 

0101 (08422) diMo(zo, M. Time ond room lo k orronged 

ENME808 Advanced Topics in 

Mechanical Engineering 

(3) REG/AUD. 

01 01 (08433) diMorzo, M. Time ond room lo be orronged 

ENME899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

0-8) REG. 

01 01 (08444) diMorzo, M. Time ond room to be orranged 

ENNU Engineering, 
Nuclear 

(Engineering) 

ENNU31 Environmental Aspects 
of Nuclear Engineering 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pmeqmiles iUJH 24 1 oi MAIH 246, ond mS 263) oi 
fiemiision ol both ((epoffment onrf mtwctoi Evoluolion of 
enviionmenlol ond sofety ospeets of nicieni power reoctois. 
Cokutotions of rodiooctive decoy, oclivotion, ond sfiielding, rodio- 
tion monitoring. Biologicol effects of todiotion, woste hondling, sit- 
ing, ploni design ond operations, os related lo environment sofety 
and licensing regulotlons. 
0101(08495) Pertmer.G MTuWTh9:00nm-10:40om 
(CHE 2116) 

ENNU468 Research 

(2-3) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

ENNU648 Special Problems in Nuclear 
Engineering 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction course; contort deportment or instrurtor lo 
obtoin section number 

ENNU799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol insttuclion course: contort deportment or instrurtor lo 
obloin section number. 

ENNU899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol insttuclion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obloin secNon numbei. 



ENPM Engineerina, 
Professional MasTers 

I Engineering) 

ENPM627 Risk Assessment for 

O Environmental Compliance 

(3) REG/AUD. 

fundomentols of enviranmentol pratertion. Risk idenlilicotion, choi- 
orterizotion, ossessment ond monogcment in complionce programs 
related lo environmental lows ond regulotlons Resource 
Conservation ond Recovery Art, loxic Subslonces Conlral Act ond 
Cleon Woler Art. technology bosis of Clean Air Art ond Superfund 
and options for compliance Expert systems for environmenlol oppfr 
cations. Elements of life cycle in onolysis rrsk ossessment. Risk 
redurtion through mulhmedio emission evoluotion ond voluntoiy 
piogroms. 



0101 (08562) STAfF 

Meets 06/02/99-07/21/99 m 5:30pm-8:10pm 
(EGIi2112) 

ENPM808 Advanced Topics in 
Engineering 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0101(08572) SIAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ENPM808F Advanced Topics in 
O Engineering: Applied Finite 
Element Methods 

(3) REG/AUD. 
Old (08583) Ethendge, ). 
Meets 06/02/99-07/21/99 MW 5:30pm-8;10pm 
(EGR1102) 

ENPM808G Advanced Topics in 

O Engineering: Engineering 

Applications of Maxwell's 

Equations 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (08593) SIAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/15/99 luTh 5:30pm-8:10pm 
(FOR 2112) 

ENRE Reliability 
Engineering 

(Engineering) 

ENRE467 System Safety Engineering 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fwieiimiles: MAJH 246 end PHn 263 oi pemam ol deport- 
imni Role ol system sofety, the longuoge of system sofety, ond 
piogroms lor ochieving sofety such os the pioblem solving process, 
sofety cnleiio, solely descnptois, checklist-hmeliness elements, 
sofety training, hozord onolysis, ond uncertointy in sofety meosuie- 
ments Time-phosed indicolors, hozoid nomenclotuie, hozoid mode 
and effect onolysis, hozord clossihcotion, hozoid prabobility, 
suivivol rate, distribuhons applied to humon perfoimonce 

0101 (08646) Allocco. M 
Meets 06/03/99-08/1 9/99 Th 5:30pm-8:30pm 
(IIVI)OO) 

ENRE648 Special Problems in 

Reliability Engineering 



(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol rnstiurtion course: contort department or inshuctoi to 
obtoin sertion number. 

ENRE674 Failure Mechanisms and 
Effects Laboratory (PeimReq) 
(3) REG/AUD. 

Pww(iuisile: Wf 600 of peimission ol mlitjcloi Techniques for 
studying foiluie onolysis, coiiosion ond coiiosion piotedion, stotisticol 
process control, mechonicol foiluie mode onolysis, foiluie lepoiting 
ond coiieflive ortion systems, ond enviionmenlol stress screening. 
0101(08671) STAFF Time ond room lo be orronged 

ENRE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6)REG/S-R 

Individuol insltuchon course- contort deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

ENRE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-R 

Individuol insltuchon course: contort deportment or instructor lo 
obtoin sechon number 



ENSE Systems 
Engineering 



( Engineering ) 

ENSE799 Systems Engineering Thesis: 
Master's Thesis Rsrch IPemSeq) 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual instturtion course: contort deportment or instiuctor to 
obloin section number. 



Contort Systems Engineenng Ofhce, Rm. 21 72 A. '^. Willioms 
BIdg. to make arrangements. 

ENTM Entomology 

(Life Sciences) 

ENTM399 Special Problems 

(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instturtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor lo 
obhiin sechon number 

ENTM699 Advanced Entomology 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instturtion course: contort deportment or inshuctor to 
obtain section number 

ENTM789 Field Experience in Pest 
Management 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol insttuclion couise: contort depoihiient oi inshuctoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei. 

ENTM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instturtion course: conhid deportment or instiucloi to 
obtoin sertion number, 

ENTM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contort department or inshuctor lo 
obtorn sechon number 



ENTS 
Telecommunications 

(Engineering) 

ENTS609 Telecommunications Project 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort deportment oi inshuctoi lo 
obtoin sechon numbei. 



FMST Family Studies 

(Health and Human Performance) 

FMST298F Special Topics in Family 
O Studies: Future of Families 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(08943) Lehecq,e. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm 
(MMH1304) 

FMST330 Family Theories and 
Patterns 

(3) REG/AUD. 

knior stonding. fomeriy fMCD 330. Theoiy ond leseoich on the 
fomily, including o cross-culhiral onolysis of fomily poffeins 
0101(08953) Dorgon,V, MW 9:30om-1 2:50pm 
(MMH1304) 

FMST332 Children in Families 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwietfuiiile: fMSI WS oi PSK 100 fomeriy fMCD 332. A fom- 
ily life educohon opprooch to hie study of children ond fomilies 
Emphosis on rtte inlerachon of children v(ilh poients, siblings, 
extended kin, and the community. 
0101(08964) Millslein, F TuTh9:30am-1 2:50pm 
(MMH 1304) 

FMST383 Delivery of Human Services 
to Families 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Ptetequisile: FMSJ 330 fomeriy fMCO 383. Processes of service 
delivery with special emphosis upon relohonshrps omong men- 
ogeis, seivice providers ond cirents The rmpoci ol humon service 
systems on fomilies. 
0101(08995) Wollen, I MW 9 30om-l 2:50pm 
(MMH 0108) 



FMST386 Experiential Learning IPemReql 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individuol insltuchon course contort deportment oi inshurtor to 
obhtin sechon number. Pwiequisde: pemissm ol deportment. 56 
semester hours. 

FMST399 Independent Study (PermRei,! 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol insttuflion couise: conhirt deportment oi inshurtoi to 
obhiin sechon number. 

Individuolized fomily ond community shjdies projerts of interest fa 
shident and focully. 

FMST431 Family Crises and 
Intervention 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSK 100. Fomily crises such os dworce, disobility, 
substance obuse, hnonciol problems, inhofomiliol abuse, and 
deolh. Theories ond techniques foi intervenhon and enhancement 
of fomily coping shotegies. 
0101(09009) Epstein, N TuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(MMH 1304) 

FMST460 Violence in Families 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: PSK 100 or S0C1 100 or SOCf 105. Theories of 
child, spouse, ond elder obuse in hie fomily setting Emphosis on 
histoncol, psychologicol, sociologicol ond legol trends relohng lo 
physicol, emohonol, ond sexual obuse Inhoduchon to methods fat 
pievenhon and lemediohon. 
0101(09020) lehecq,B. MW 2:OOpm-5:20pm 
(MMH) 304) 

FMST477 Internship and Analysis in 
Family Studies 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: fMSI 3S3, plus on oddilionol six fMSf aedits ond 
permission of depatlment for fHiSI mo/ofs only Credit will be 
gtonted lor only one ol die lollomng: fMSI 477 or fMSI 347 k 
supervised inlemship ond o semmor requmng onolysis. Opportunihes 
to integrate theory ond prochce including 1 20 hours of conhorted 
field experience. Summei/foll internship conhorts due Moy 1, 
Sphng conhorts due Decembei 1 . See deportment foi applicohon 
procedures. 

0101 (09030) Millstein.F 

Meets 06/01/99-08/17/99 lu 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(MMH 0108) 
Meets on olternote Tuesdoys. A plonned, supervised inlemship 
complemented by onolysis Opportunihes to integrate theoiy ond 
prochce. Field expehence lequiies minimum of 1 20 hours per 
semester 

FMST487 Legal Aspects of Family 
Problems 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Lows ond legol procedures, with emphosis on odophon, maniage, 
divorce, onnulmeni, ond property nghts, ond how they offecl 
fomily life 
0101(09040) Myricks, N. tuTh 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(MMH 1400) 

FMST497 The Child and the Law 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Legislohon ond cose low regording children's legol hghts with 

emphosis on die rights of children in the juvenile |ushce system, 

ond nghts to medicol, educohonol, ond other sociol services. 

0101(09051) Myricks, N MW 2:00pm-5.20pm 

(MMH 1400) 

FMST498 Special Topics (PermReql 
(1-3) REC/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon course: contort deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin sertion number 

Individuol fomily shidies inshuchon course on topics of interest la 
student ond focully. 

FMST498S Special Topics: Sexuality: 
Issues in Family Therapy 
and Service Delivery 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(090/2) Epstein, N, IuTb9:30om-1 2:50pm 
(MMH1108A) 



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FMST645 Sexuality: Issues in Family 
Therapy and Service 
Delivery 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pwieqmilei a bam lome m human semlily and fieimisiion ol 
mtiactai Typicol, dysfunctional, and pottiological sexual function- 
ing; effccis on individuals, couples, ond family systems Sensitizes 
students to sexual issues, exploies how peiceptions oi such issues 
oftecl woik wilti people, and emphasizes implicohons for mociioge 
and family itieiopy 
0101(09082) fpstein, N. Iulh9.30nm-12:50pm 
(MMH1I08A) 

FMST650 Ethical, Legal, and 

Professional Principles in 
Marriage and Family 

Therapy fPermUeiiJ 

(3) 8fG/4U0. 

Pfeiequisite: pemssiofi al department Imiled to students admit- 
ted to the lomiiy Iheiopy piogiam An inlioduction to Itie bosic 
principles and piodices of family tlieropy Emphasis on basic thera- 
py skills applied lo o family context ond on professional citiics of 
the family praclitionei Addresses therapist's legol responsibilities 
and liabilities, certification, and licensure issues. 
0101(09092) Burdette, R. lime and room lo be orronged 

FMST654 Clinical Marriage and Family 
Therapy Practice 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Ftewquisile fMSI 6SI iimited lo students admitted lo die lomiiy 
dteiapy piogiom Applicotion of ttieory and technique to ttie clinicol 
practice of mornoge ond family tfieiapy. Emphasis on case manoge- 
menl and clinic administiatian Includes completion of 12 succes- 
sive months and 500 hours of supervised, direct client contort with 
couples, lamilies, ond individuals from an integrahve family sys- 
tems perspective. 
0101(09102) Werlinich,C, M 8:00om-4:30pm 



FMST658 Supervised Clinical Practice 
of Marriage and Family 
Therapy 

(1-3) S-F. 

0101 (09112) Goylin.N W9:00am-I2 00pm 
(MMH 1310) 
lime and room to be arranged Dis 

FMST689 Internship f/>em«eii; 
13-61 REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort department or instructor to 
obtain secBon number 

Internship reloted to student's chosen speciolizohon. 

FMST698 Advanced Topics in Family 

Studies (PermReqj 
(1-3) REG/AUD. 

IndividunI instiurtion course; contort departitient or instturtor to 
obtain sertion number. 

FMST698T Advanced Topics in Family 
Studies: Innovations in Brief 
Strategic Family Therapy 

11-3) REG/AUD. 

01 01 (091 27) SIAEE Time ond room to be orranged 

FMST698V Advanced Topics in Family 
Studies: Violence in Families 

13) REG/AUD. 

0101(09137) lehecq,B. MW 2;00pm-5;20pm 
(MMH 1304) 

FMST699 Independent Study 

|1-6)REG/AU0. 

Individual inshurtion couBe; contort depailment oi insfturtor lo 
obtain sechon number. 

FMST758 Supervision of Marriage and 
Family Therapy Supervision 

(1-3) REG/AUD 

0101(09149) SIAEE luTh 9;30om-l 2:50pm 

(MMH 1312) 



FMST789 Non-Thesis Research iPemlleql 

(1) REG/AUD. 

Indrviduol instruchon course; contort department or instructor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

FMST790 Marriage and Family 
Therapy Supervision 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pfetequisile peimissm of department (tedit will be grunted lor 
only one ol die lallowing: FMSI JIO or fflSf 690 Iheoty ond 
reseacch in supeivision of marriage and family Iheropy, Emphosis 
on mo|or models, orticulotion ol personol model, and demonstra- 
hon of perceptual, conceptuol, and executive skills in mainnge and 
family therapy supervision Designed to meet the didoctic course 
component of the designotion of Approved Supervisor of the 
Americon Association lor Mornoge ond family Iheiopy 
0101 (09160) SIAEE F 8 00am-4;30pm 

(MMH 1312) 

FMST799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course; contort department or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 



FREN French 



(Arts and Hui»ianities) 
FRENIOI Elementary French 

(41 REG/P-F/AUO. 

Not open lo students vitb 7 or more years ol tiigh-school level 
frenib Introduchon to basic structures and pronunciotion with 
emphosis on the four skills' listening, speaking, rending and wrihng 

0101(09221) Sculb,M MIumh9;00am-ll.l5am 
(JMZ 0202) 

FRENl 03 Review of Elementary 
French 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

limited lo students who have bad at least two years ol high-school 
trench oc equmlent oi who do nol qualHy lot fPlH 203 Credd 
will be granted lot only one al the lollowing. ffffl 101/ fPlH 
101 or mn 103 

0101(09241) Coski.R. MlWh 9;00am-l 2:00pm 
(JMZ 1224) 

FREN203 Intermediate French 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Humonilies (HO) Complehon of the study of basic grommot- 
ical structures, with readings, conversahan, ond composifton. Fulfills 
the Arts ond Humanities longunge requirement. 
0101(09252) Mufh,M. MIuWIh9;00am-ll:l5am 
(JMZ 3120) 

FREN211 Intermediate Conversation 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Hot open to nohve speakers. Prerequisite: FPIH 203 or permission 
ol departmeal Prorticc in spoken French with emphosis on con- 
temporary French topics. 
0101 (09273) MoiettK:oski,B.MTuWTh9:00om-10;45nm 
(JMZ 3203) 
Inught concurrently with EREN 311. 

FREN31 1 French Conversation 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: oay 200-level couise in french above fPB 203 or 
permission ol department Nat open lo native speakers 
Development ol aural comprehension ond oiol expression through 
use of radio and television broadcasts. 
0101 (09283) MoreltH:oskr,B.MIumh9;00am-10;45am 
(JMZ 3203) 
lought concurrently with EREtl 2 1 1 . 

FREN386 Experiential Learning (PemHeql 

(3-6) REG/P-R 

Individual instiurtion course; contort depaititient oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei Prerequisite: permission ol department. S6 
semestei houis. 



FREN399 Directed Study in French 

IPermKeqj 
(1-3) S-F. 

Individuol instiuchon course: contact deportment oi inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number. 

FREN480 French Cinema: A Cultural 
O Approach (in Translation) 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

formedy fPlH 4/5. A shjdy of french culhjre, civilizotion, ond lit- 
erature through the medium ol film. Taught in English 

0101(09327) Erindelhie, M MWTh6;00pm-8 15pm 
(JMZ 3120) 
laught concurrently with EREN 499M. 

FREN499M Special Topics in French 
O Studies: Dimensions and 

Perspectives of Francophone 
African and Caribbean 
Cinema 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

0101(09337) Eiindelhie, M MWIh 6:00pm-8 1 5pm 
(JMZ 3120) 
Taught concurrently with EREN 480 

FREN798 Master's Independent Study 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion course: contort deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obrain section number 

FREN799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-3) REG. 

Individual instruchon course; contort deportment or instturtor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

FREN898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(3) REG/AUD. 

IndividunI inshuchon course; contort department oi inshurtor to 
obrain section number. 

FREN899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-4) REG. 

Individual instruchon course conrart department or instrurtor lo 
obtoin sechon number 



GEOG Geography 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
GEOGlOO Introduction to Geography 
O (3) REG/PR 

CORE; Behnvioral and Social Science (SB) An inhodurtion to the 
brand field oi geography as d is applicable ra the general educohon 
student The couise presents the bosic rahonole ol voriotions in 
humon occuponcy of the earth ond stresses geogrophic concepts 
relevont to understanding wodd, regional and local issues. 
0101 (09404) Beller-Simms, N lulh 5;00pm-8.30pm 
(LEF 2205) 

GE0G170 Maps and Map Use 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE; Mortiemotio or Formal Reasoning (MS) The use ond inter- 
pretation of mops encounteied in both "eveiydoy" leading, ond in 
scienhfrc lileioture OevelopmenI of skills in mop reoding, enviran- 
mentol onolysis, interpreration and orienteenng 
0101(09414) Brodsky, H. TuTh9;00om-12;30pm 
(LEE 1222) 

GE0G347 Introduction to Biogeography 

131 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite OWG 201 Kecommended: GWC2II The piincrples 
of biogeography, including the patterns, piocesses and disthbutions 
of living organisms ftom local to global scales, osperts of ecophysi 
ology, popukition and communily ecology ond evolutionaiy biology 
Spohol processes in the biosphere will be coveted. 
0101(09454) Hosketl.J. Ml/if 2;00pm-5;30pm 
(TYDII08) 



CEOG350 The American City: 
Past and Present 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Development of the Americon city from the eady nrneteenlh cenhj- 
ly to the present The inteinol struchire of contemporary mehopoli- 
ran oreos, the spotrol arrangement of resrdentrol. commerciol, ond 
other octivihes. Washington, DC and Bolhmore exomples. 

0101(09464) ZlohcM. lulh 2;00pnv5;30pm 
(IEF1222) 

GE0G372 Remote Sensing 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pnnciples ol remote sensing in relohon to photographic, Ihermol 
infro-ied and rodor imaging Methods of obloining quontitotrve 
informotion fram remotely-sensed imoges. Interprerahon of remote- 
ly-sensed images emphosizing the study of spotiol ond enviranmen- 
tol ralationships. 
0101(09474) yndsoy, F MW 6;00pm-9;30pm 
(LEF 1221) 

GEOG384 Internship in Geography 

IPermSeq) 
(3) S-F 

Individual instruction couise conrart deporhnent or inshurtor lo 
obram sechon numbei Prerequisite OfOC 305, and 0100310; 
and permission ol departmeni (oiequisile GfO(; 3S5 Supervised 
fieid lioining ra pravide career expenence Inliodurtion ra profes- 
sional level achvities, demonds, opportunihes Plocement ot o 
public agency, non-proht orgonizonon, or private firm Portiapohon 
requires opplicahon ra the internship advisor in preceding semester. 

GE0G385 Internship Research Paper 

IPermfeql 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Individual instruction course: conrart deportment or rnstiurtoi to 
obrain sechon numbei Pieiequisile 0100 305, and GlOO 310; 
and permission al depaitment Coreqaisite GlOO 384 Seminoi 
condufled on compos. Reseoich poper related ra the shident's 
internship. 

GEOG456 The Social Geography of 
O Metropolitan Areas 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

A socio-spohal opproach ra humon inlerartion with the urban envi- 
ronment; ways people perceive, define, behove in, ond stiurtuie 
their cities ond metropoliran areas Spohol pollems of sociol ortwi- 
hes OS foimed by hie distiibuhon and inteiochon of people and 
social inshtuhons. 
0101(09516) ZlohcM. luTh 6;00pm-9;30pm 
(IEE1222) 

GE0G498 Topical Investigations IPermileql 
(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise; conrart deportment or rnshurtor lo 
obrain sechon number. 

GE0G788 Selected Topics in Geography 

IPermReql 
(1-31REG/AU0. 

IndividunI instiurtion course; contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obrain sechon numbei 

GE0G789 Independent Readings iPermKeqi 
(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: conrart departmeni ot instrurtor to 
obrain sertion numbei. Contort depoitmeni to moke ottongemenls. 

GEOG790 Internship in Geography 

IPermKeqj 
(3) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshurtion couise: contort deportment or inshurtor ra 
obtain sechon number field expenence in the sradent's specialty in 
federal, srate, oi locol agency or pnvote business Research popei 
lequiied Contort depaitment lo moke oirangements. 

GEOG799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPermKeq) 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuchon couise; contort deporhnent or instturtor lo 
obrain sechon numbei 



COURSE LISTING / SE55I0! 



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SESSION I 



GE0G899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (FermKeq) 
(l'8| REG. 

Indmduol instruction (ourse: (ontoct depoitment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 



GEOi Geology 

(Computer, M.mhem.\tical and 
Physical Sciences) 

GEOLlOO Physical Geology 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Credit will be gmled hi only one ol the hllomng: GlOi 100 or 
6101 103 01 OiOl I OS or OWI 10? A generol survey of the 
rocks ond minerals composing Itie eotth, its suiloce feotures ond 
the ogents thot form tbem, ond Itie dynomic forces of plote tecton- 
ics. CORE Physicol Science loborotory (PI) Course only wlien token 
concurrently witfi GEOL 110. 
0101(09667) Mclellon.E. MluWriif 9;30nm-10:50om 
(KEY 0102) 

GEOLi 10 Physical Geology Laboratory 

(1)REG/P-F/AUD. 

?te- 01 (Oiequisile: 6E01 100 ot 6[0I 120. The bosic moteriols 
ond tools of physicol geology sftessing fnmiliotizntion with rocks 
and minerals ond the use of mops in geologic inteipretolions. CORE 
Physicol Science loboratory (PL) Cou5e only when token with 
GEOLlOO. 
0101(09677) STAFF MW 1 2:00pm-3:00pm 

(GEO 2106) Lob 

GEOLI 20 Environmental Geology 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

A review of geologic factors under^ng many environmentol problems 
and the internrtions between populohon ond physicol enviranment: 
geologic hozards, londnse plonning, consemotion, mineral resources, 
woste disposol, lond reclnmohon ond the geologic aspects of heolth 
and diseose The course is oimed ot lower dwision students in educa- 
tion ond liberol arts, and should be usehjl to any student concerned 
with geologic pe^pectives of enviranmentol problems. 
0101(09687) STAFF MIuWIhF 9:30am-10:50om 

(JMP320I) 

GE0L499 Special Problems in Geology 

(PermHeqJ 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course: contact deportment or inshuctor to 
obtnin sechon number. 

GE0L799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-4) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course: contort deporhnenl ot inshurtor to 
obtain section number 

GE0L899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-F 

Individuol inshurtion course: contort deporhnent or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number 



GERM Germanic Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 
GERM) 01 Elementary German I 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

fotmeilf OlM III Inrrodurtion to bosic structures and pranuncio- 
tion by emphasis on the four skills: listening, speoking, reading ond 
writing. Readings concern the current lifestyle ond civilizohon ol 
the Geimofrspeoking world. 

0101(09776) STAFF MluWThf 1 1 :00am-l .00pm 

{Ml 3205) 

GERM201 Intermediate German I 

14) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Humonities (HO) Fiereqvisile: Cff/H 107 Grammar review 
and greater mastery of vocobulory, idioms, conversofionol fluency, 
and composihonol skills Reodings stress the current lifestyle ond 
cwilizohon of the GeimoiHpeaking wodd. 
0101(09796) STAFF MTumhF 11 :00am-l :00pm 

(JM2 3203) 



GERM415 German/English Translation I 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Ooes not MM major rertuuements m Oermon Hot open lo s/u- 
rfen/s who hove compkteil Cff/H 101, Om 102, Sm 201, 
Om 202, em SOI or Om 302 An intensive presentohon of 
Getmon grammar limited exclusively lo reodmg skill; graded reod- 
ings in the orts and sciences. Instruchon in English; connot be used 
to sohsfy the orts ond humonihes foreign languoge reguiremenl. 
0101(09816) Ostei, R. AlIuTh 4:00pm-6:30pm 

(JM2 3203) 

GERM499 Directed Study: Directed 
Study in German 

(1-3IREG/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contort deporhoent or instructor to 

obtnin sertion number 

Contort inshuctor before legistehng. 

GERM798 Master's Independent Study 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshurtion coutse: contort department or inshurtor to 
obtoin sertion number 

Contort inshuctor before registering. 

GERM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol inshurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor to 
obtoin sechon number 

GERM898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course: contort deportment or instrurtoi to 
obtoin sertion number 

GERM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol inshurtion course: contort deporhoent or inshurtor to 
obtain sertion number 



GVPT Government and 
Politics 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
GVPTi DO Principles of Government 
and Politics 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral and Sociol Science (SB) A shidy of the basic pnn- 
ciples ond concepts of polihcal science. 
0101 (09885) Grant-Wisdom, D. 

TuW9:00om-l 2:20pm 

(TYDOlll) 

GVPTI 70 American Government 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Behovioral ond Sociol Science (SB) A comprehensive shrdy of 
nohonol govemment in the United Slotes-nohonol, stole ond local. 
0101(09896) FisheU. MTh9:00am-l 2:20pm 
(TYDOlll) 

GVPT200 International Political 
Relations 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behovioral ond Social Science (SB) Piereijuisite: CVPT lOO 
Formerly OVn 300 A shrdy of the major fortois underlying inter- 
nohonol relotions, hie methods of condurting foreign relohons, the 
foieign polities of the mojor powers, ond the meons of avoiding or 
olleviohng intemohonol conflirts. 
0101 (09907) Grant-Wisdom, D. 

TuW1.30pm-4:50pm 

(TY01102) 

GVPT241 The Study of Political 
O Philosophy: Ancient and 
Modern 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiettmite: QVPT 100. Exomines some of the solieni conhnuihes 
nnd breoks between the oncieni ond modem Irodihons in Western 
polihcal philosophy. 



0101(09917) Alford,C. IWW 6:30pm-9:50pm 
(TYD0117) 

GVPT282 The Government and Politics 
of the Third World 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fieierfuisite: CVPI 100. A shrdy of the govemmentol inshhihons, 
processes nnd problems, and the socioeconomic environment 
which ore common to hie great moiority of the third wodd stoles 
of Africa, the Middle East, Asio, and Lahn Americn, ond in which 
internal polihcs develop 
0101(09928) Loaning, E. MW 12:30pm-3:50pm 
(TYOOlll) 

GVPT376 Applied Field Research in 
Government and Politics 



(3-6) S-F 

Prerequisite: 6VPJ UO Corequiiite: OWUJJ Students m this 
course porhcipote as interns in an ogency of government or in 
some ortier upprapnore polihcol organizaOon. Assignments ore 
arranged to provide shidents wihi insights into bodi Iheorehcol ond 
prorticol osperts of polihcs. Under the hjteloge of the host ogency 
and on acodemic adviser, shjdenis condurt a moior reseorch projert 
of muhjol interest to hie shident and his or her host ogency in the 
held of govemment and polihcs. 

0101(09958) Loaning, E. Time and room to be ntronged 

GVPT377 Seminar For Academic 

Interns (PermReq) 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: OVPJ 170. Cotequisite: 6VPI 376. The opplicohon of 
mnjor concepts of polihcal science to the reolihes of the polihcal 
process. Reodings ond discussion ottempt to relate the experiences 
of hie ncodemic interns to oppropriote literahjre on the subjert of 
polihcol decision-making. 
0101(09968) fanning, E. Tu 1 2:30pm-3:50pm 
(TYD0117) 
Time and room to be orranged Ois 

GVPT379A Topics in American Politics: 
O African-American Politics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course examines African American polihcs in the United Slates, 
both post and present, by nnolyzmg the Block polihcol stiuggle for 
freedom and the relahonship between Africnn Americans orid tradi- 
honol Amencan poliricol inshhjtions The course olso discusses 
impottont osperts of Block polihcol culture, including racial idenhty, 
rap music, ond gender lelohons. 

0101(09978) Johnson, 0. TuW 5:00pm-8:20pm 
(LEE 1220) 

GVPT386 Experiential Learning iPermSeq) 

(3-6) REC/PF 

Prerequisite: permission ol ileportment. 56 semester hoars. 
0101 (09988) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

GVPT388 Topical Investigations (PermHetiJ 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (09999) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

GVPT388A Topical Investigations: 

Analysis of Concepts and 
Filmic Images 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(10010) Gloss, J Time and room to be orranged 

Requires concurrent regishohon in GVPT 399A for a combined loral 
of 6 credits. See course descriphon under GVPT 399A. 

GVPr396 Introduction to Honors 
Research 

(3) REC/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieqaisile: odmission to and permission ot GVPI Honors Piogiom. 
A required course foi all honors shrdents designed lo emphasize 
library leseorch, methodology, ond wnring skills in polihcol science 
ond politicol philosophy A written proposal, bibliogrophy ond 
reseoich design for on honois poper requiied of oil shidents os o 
hnol proiect. 

0101(10020) STAFF Time and loom to be arronged 



GVPT397 Honors Research 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pierequisile: OVPJ 396 and odmission to CVPT honors ptoqram. 
Individual reading and research. Preporohon of on originol paper. 

0101(10030) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

GVPT399A Seminar in Government and 
Politics: Films and the 
Politics of the Family 

13) REG/PF/AUD. 

Moy be Wken concutrenlly with GVPI 388A for a hihil of 6 credits. 

Survey of films to understood hie polihcs of the fomily. Emphosis 
on fomilies, their struggles over power, hie effects of loneliness, 
despair and disintegrahon, and hie polihcs implicit in hiese emo- 
honni reolihes. 

0101 (10040) Gloss,). 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWIhf l:30pm-4:50pm 
(JMZ0220) 

GVPT432 Civil Rights and the 
Constitution 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisite: OVPJ 231. k shidy of civil rights in hie American con- 
shhrhonni context, emphosizing heedom of religion, heedom of 
expression, minority discnminohon, and hie rights of defendonts. 
0101(10060) feinstein,H. MW9:00am-12:20pm 
(TYD1102) 

GVPT473 Legislatures and Legislation 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fieiequisite: CVPf 170 A detailed sutvey of lowmoking ond hie 
legislohve process, emphosizing hie OS Congress and its members. 
0101(10080) Usloner,E. TuTh 1 2:30pm-3:50pm 
(TYD1108) 

GVPT898 Readings in Government and 
Politics 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshurtion course: contort deporhoent or inshurtoi to 
obhtin sertion number 

GVPT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshurtion coutse: contort department or inshurtor to 
obtoin sertion number 

HESP Hearing and 
Speech Sciences 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
HESP305 Anatomy and Physiology of 
the Speech Mechanism 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: HPSP 202. Anatomy, physiology, and neurology of 
speech mechanism. 

0101(10151) McColfG. MWF2:00pnb4:15pm 
(PIS 1117) 

HESP31 1 Anatomy, Pathology and 
Physiology of the Auditory 
System 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: HPSP 202 Grass onotomy of hie ear and pohiwoys 
for transmission of sound energy hirough hie peripheral ond centiol 
ouditory system Causes, development ond efforts of pathological 
condihons conlhbuhng to temporary or chronic heoring impnirments. 
0101(10161) Needlemnn.A. MWF8:00am-l 1:30am 
URN 1105) 

HESP386 Experiential Learning (PermKeq) 
(3-6) REG/P-F 

IndividunI insltuchon couisc: contort department ot instructor to 
obtoin sechon number Pieiequisite: peimission ol department 56 
semester hours. 



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SESSION I 



HESP400 Speech and Language 

Development in Children 

(31 REC/P F/AUD. 

Fwieijuisile: HISP 300. Analysis of Itie normal piotesses ol speech 
and language development in cliild(en. 
0101 (10173) Rolti, f. MWf ll:00ani-l;15pm 

(LEF1220) 

HESP402 Speech Pathology I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

heiequisite MSP 400 Etiology, ossessment nnd tiealment of lon- 
guage and plianologicol disorders in children, 

0101 (10183) Roth, R MWf 2:00pm-4:25pm 

(EEF120I) 

HESP-tos Introduction to Phonetic 
Science 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pierequisile: HISF 305- An introduction to physiologicol, acoustic 
and perceptual phonehcs; brood ond normw phonetic tianscrrphon; 
current models of speech pioductron and percephon. 
0101(10193) Wolker,M MWF 2:OOpm-4:25pm 
(TYD1128) 

HESP404 Speech Pathology II 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereijuisite; H[SP 305, Ehology, assessment and therapeuhc man- 
agement of phonohon, rcsononce, ond fluency disorders in children 
and odulls- 

0101 (10203) Goworrfakei,0.MWF1;00pm-3:45pm 
(IEF1222) 

HESP498A Seminar: Deafness and Sign 
O Language 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (10233) Kinsello-Meier, M. 

MW 5:00pm-8:20prn 
(LEF0135) 

HESP498P Seminar: Phonetics for 
Teachers of English as a 
Second Language 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(10243) Wijesinghe, R. MW9:30om-12;50pm 
(LEF1222) 

HESP499 Independent Study iPemReqj 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

Individual instiuction course: contact department oi instructor to 
obtain sechon number, 

HESP635 Aural Rehabilitation/ 
Habilitation 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Principles, methods and procedures for aurol rehabilitohon/hnbilita- 
hon in childien ond adults, 

0101(10255) Bolfoui,P MW 3:00pm-6:20pm 
(LEF 2208) 

HESP638 Research Practicum: Minor 
Research Problems 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instrucnon course: cantoct department oc Instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon number, 

HESP639C Special Topics in Hearing 
and Speech Sciences: 
Educational Speech - 
Language Pathology: 
Traditional and Alternative 
Assessment Practices 

(31 REG/AUD, 

0101 (102/7) Iroia,G Tulh 4:00pm-7:00pm 

(PIS 1180) 

HESP639M Special Topics in Hearing 

and Speech Sciences: Current 
Trends in Fluency 

(1) REG/AUD. 

0101 (10287) Sisskin.V 

Meets 06/07/99-06/1 1/99 MIuWThF 2:O0pm-4:00pm 
(EEF0135) 



HESP648A Clinical Practice in Speech: 
Diagnostic Practice in 
Speech IPemSeql 
(1-2) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contact depnrtnrcnt or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

HESP648B Clinical Practice in Speech 

(1-2) REG/AUD. 

0101(10298) SIAFF lime and room to he arranged 

HESP649 Clinical Practice in 

Audiology (PermReql 
(1-2) REG/AUD, 

Individual inshuchon course: contact department or inshuctor to 
ohtoin sechon number 

HESP708 Independent Study 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Indrviduol inshuchon course: contoct department or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 

HESP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contoct depoitment or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

HESP899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual rnshucfion course: contoct deportment oi inshuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 



HISP Historic 
Preservation 



(Architecture) 

H1SP61 9 Special Topics in Historic 
Preservation IPemReql 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101(10373) Flock,! Time ond room to be orrnnged 

H1SP700 Final Seminar in Historic 
Preservation 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Crihcol evoluohon of project, portfolio, or fieldwork on which the 
students have been working throughout the pragtam; o synthesis 
ol histonc preservnnon process ond achievements with speciol locus 
on careers rn hie held, 

0101(10416) Flock, J, Time and room to be orronged 



HIST History 



(Arts .\ni) Humanities) 
HlSTl 1 1 The Medieval World 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Sociol or Polihcol History (SH) fomeily HISI 131 The 
development of Europe in the Middle Ages; the role of religious vaF 
ues in sboping new sociol, economic, ond polihcol inshhjhons; 
medieval liternhire, art and architecture, 
0101(10467) Rulenbuig,), MIuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 
(KEY 01 16) 

HlSll 1 3 Modern Europe: 1 789 - 
Present 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Polihcol History (SH) foimeily HISI Ul Evoluhon 
of modern nohon states, Induslriokconomic shuclore and demog- 
raphy Emergence of modem secular society, 
0101(10487) Wetzell.R. MTuWIhF9:30am-10:50am 
(KEY 0126) 

HlSTl 56 History of the United States 
to 1865 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Social or Polihcol History (SH) The United States ftom colo- 
nial hmes to the end of the Civil War, Eshiblishment ond develop- 
ment of American inshtuhons, 
0101(10497) Hozell.i, MIuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(KEY 0103) 



HiSIl 57 History of the United States 
Since 1865 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Sociol or Polihcol History (SH) The United Stotes from the 
end of the Civil Wot to the pieseni. Economic, social, intellechjol, 
ond polihcol developments. Rise of indushy nnd emergence of the 
United Stotes os o world power 
0101 (10508) Smeod,f 

MIuWThF 11:00am-12:20pm(KEY0126) 

H1ST210 Women in America to 1880 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Sociol oc Polihcol History (SH) DIVERSITY 4/so offered as 
WMSI 2 10. Credit will be granled for only one of the following 
HISI 210 01 WMSI 210 An exominohon of the economic, fomily 
ond polihcol loles ol colonial, slave, immigrant ond tronher women 
in America horn preindustriol coloniol period hirough the early 
stages ol nineteenth century rndushiolizahon and urbonizohon, 
0101 (10519) Eyons,C. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 0126) 

H1ST306 History of Religion in 
America 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

A history oi rcligron, religious movements, ond churches in America 
from the eorly colonrol period to the present, with speciol ottenhon 
lo the relohon of church ond society. 

0101(10539) Bradbury, M. MTuWThf 9:30am-10:50am 
(KEY 01 16) 

HIST353 America in the Revolutionary 
O Era, 1763-1815 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Credit will be granted for only one of lire following: HISI 3S3 or 
HISI 361. The background and course of the Amencon Revoluhon 
and eorly nohonhood through hie War of 1812. Emphasis on how 
the Revolution shaped American polihcol and social development, 
the creohon of o new government under die Conshhihon, ond the 
challenges facing the new nohon. 
0101(10569) RidgwoyW. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 0116) 

H1ST386 Experiential Learning (PermHeql 
(3-61 REG/P-F 

Pretegaisrie. permisnon of rjefartmerrl. 56 semester boors. 
0101(10599) Flock,). Time ond room to be orronged 

HIST419A Special Topics in History: 
Field Work Analysis (PermReg) 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(10611) Holum, K. Time ond room to be orrnnged 

HIST463 History of the Old South 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 



The golden age of hie Chesapeake, the inshhjhon of slaveiy, the 
fronher south, the ontebellum plantohon society, the development 
of regionol idenhty ond the expehment in independence. 
0101(10642) Wests. MTuWIhF 1 1 :00om-1 2:20pm 

(KEY 0103) 

HIST473 History of the Caribbean 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Offers o concise rntroduchon to the history of the 
Coribbeon regions from hie Columbian voyages h) the 20th 
Cennjry. Speciol emphasis is given lo the dynamic of locol social 
and culhjiol formohons wihiin hie framework of the "Polihcol and 
Economic History of hie Ahonhc World." 
0101(10662) Polmie.S. ToTh6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 0102) 

HIST499 Independent Study: Field 
Work in Israel (PentiReqj 

(1-3)REG/PF/AU0. 

0101(10673) Holum, K, Time ond room to be ononged 

HIST499A Independent Study IPerrrrRegl 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

0101(10684) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 



HISI61 9A Special Topics in History: 
Field Work Analysis 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 
0101(10696) Holum, K, Time ond room to be orronged 

HIST619B Special Topics in History: 
Independent Study IPemrReql 

(1-3) REG/AUD, 

Individuol inshuchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number, 

HIST799 Master's Thesis Research 



Individual inshuchon course: contoct deportment oi inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number, 

H1ST899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPermfleql 
11-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contoci deportment or inshuctor to 
obhiin sechon number. 



HLTH Health 



(HE,\nH .\ND HUM.AN Pekfcir.mance) 

HITHI06 Drug Use and Abuse 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
An interdisciphnory onolysis of contemporary drug issues and prob- 
lems. The course will examine physiological, psychologicol, sociol, 
philosophicnl, histohcol, legol and health aspects of drag use and 
obuse, Speciol ottenhon will be focused on those gencrol mohvo- 
hons for drag use thot attend life on hie college compos, 

0101(10762) Guion.L MTuV/ThF 12:30pm-1 :50pm 
(HHP1301) 

HlTHl 40 Personal and Community 
Health 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Meoning ond significance of physical, mentol and social health as 
related lo hie individual and to society; important phoses of nohon- 
ol health prablems; conshuchve mehiods of promohng health of 
hie individuol ond the community. 
0101(10773) Porter, A, MTuWThF9:30om-1 0:50am 
(HHP1303) 

HlTH 1 50 First Aid and Emergency 
O Medical Services 

(2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Lechire, demonstrahon and training in emergency core, including 
cardiopulmonary resuscitnhon, bemorrhoge control, shock, poisons 
ond bone injury Irenhnent and childbirth. American Red Cross ond 
Heart Assooonon ol Maryland Cerhhcohon oworded, 
0101(10784) Torchio,! TuWTh 10:00am-ll:50om 

(HHP0302) 
0102(10785) Torchio, I. TuWTh 7:00pm-8:50pm 
(HHP 0302) 

HLTH285 Controlling Stress and 
Tension 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

Heolhi prablems related to stress ond tension Anolysis of cousohve 
psycho-sociol shessors and intervening physiologicol mechonisms. 
Emphosis 00 prevention ond contiol of stress hiraugh techniques 
such OS biofeedbock, meditohon and neuramuscular relaxohon. 
0101(10797) Greenberg,). MTuWThF 9:30am-I0:50orn 
(HHP 1301) 
Sechon 0101 includes o service leomrng component. Learning will 
be enhanced by students applying knowledge ond skills learned in 
the doss to people in need of hie rtiis expeihse. In turn, people in 
need will benefit fram this service. 

HLTH289 Topical Investigations 

(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Contact department h) moke orrongements. 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION 



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SESSION I 



H1IH377 Human Sexuality 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

fomerf/ HUH ill. The biologieol ond developmentnl ospeeS of 
humon scxuolitv; the psychologicol ond emotionol ospecR of sexuol 
tehoviot; sexuol identity; ttie hisfoticol, tulturol. sociol, linguistic, 
legol and morol forces effecting sexuol issues, tfie impoftonce of 
communicotion, disclosute and intimocv in interpersonol relotiorv 
stiips: ond teseorcti trends in ttie oreo of humon sexuolity. 

0101(10809) Sowyei, R. MTuWIhf 11 :00oiihl 2:20pm 
(HHP1312) 

0102(10810) Millet, L MW 5:45pm-9:15pm 

(HHP1303) 
Secfion 0102 includes o service leotning component, leoining will 
be enhanced by students applying knowledge and skills loomed in 
the class to people in need of the this experhse. In him, people in 
need will benefit fiom this service. 

HITH386 Experiential Learning (ttmien) 
(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individual instruction course; contod department or instiuctor to 
obtain sechon number. Pierequiiile: peimissm ol defortment. 56 
semestei /iou5. Contact depoitment to make arrangements. 

HIIH389 Topical Investigations 

(1-3)REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol insttucfion course: contoct deportment or instrudor to 
obtain section number. Contoct deportment to make arrangements. 

HIIH391 Introduction to Community 

Health (PemSeql 
(3) REG/PF/AUD 

Prerequisites: HUH 140 ond HLIH 230. Brood overview of commu- 
nity heolth, Heolth promotion, consumer heolth, public heolth, 
school heolth, environmentol heolth, prevenhve medicine, humon 
biology ond the heolth cote system ore examined. Each oteo's 
conliibuhon to (ommunity health is discussed. 
0101110823) Desmond, S. MluWIhF l:00pm-2:20pm 
(HHP0307) 

HLTH420 Methods and Materials in 
Health Education IPermfeql 
(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fwiequisiles: HUH lOS or HLIH !40. The purpose of this course is 
to present the interrelotionships of curnculum planning, methodology 
and the selection and use of teocbmg oids ond motenols. Speciol 
prablems ossocioted with heolth teaching ore discussed. Students 
become tomilioi with o voriety of resources os well os plonning foi 
and piesenhng demonstration lessons. 
0101(10833) Sawyer, R. MTuWIhF 9;30am-l 1 :00am 
(HHP 0305) 

HITH437 Consumer Behavior 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Frereqmites: PSK 100: md SOCY 100. Credit will be gimted hi 
miy one ol Itie following: CHK 431 or HUH 431 An opplicohon 
of the behovioral sciences to o study of consumei behovior Cutrent 
Iheoiies, models ond empiricol reseoich findings ore explored. 
0101(10843) Blown, S MluWTh 12:30pm-2 10pm 
(HHP 0302) 

HLTH471 Women's Health 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DimSir/Alio offered os WMSI 411. Credit will be granted lor 
only one of the following: HLIH 411 or WMSl 411 The women's 
health movement from the perspective of consumensm and 
feminism. The physicion-pohent lelationship in the gynecological 
and other medicol settings The gynecologicol exom, gynecologicol 
problems, controcephon, oboihon, pregnoncy, breast ond cervicol 
concer ond surgicol procedures Psychologicol ospects of gyneco- 
logicol concerns. 

0101(10853) Desmond,S. MTuWThF 1 1 OOom-l 2:20pm 
(HHP 1303) 

0102(10854) Hollmark,M. I«W 5:30pm-9:00pm 
(HHP 1301) 

HITH489 Field Laboratory Projects 

and Workshop IPeimKeq) 
(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. Contact depoitment to moke arrangements. 



HLTH498A Special Topics in Health: 
O Massage Therapy 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(10868) Gilbert, G. MW 5:D0pm^:45pm 
(HHP 0301) 

HITH498X Special Topics in Health: 
O AIDS Education 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (10878) Miller, L. TuTh 5:45pm-9:15pm 

(HHP 1301) 

HLTH688 Special Problems in Health 
Education 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
ohtoin sechon number. Contact department to moke arrangements. 

HLTH785 Internship in Health 
Education 

(3) REG/AUD. 



: IHiJH 665; and HUH 115; ond HLIH 1801; or per- 
mission ol defortment The application of previously ocguired skills 
ond knowledge to the plonning, conduct, ond evoluotion of heolth 
educohoo. Emphosis on educohon designed to affect ond use psy- 
chosociol influences of heolth behavior. The sethng of the internship 
will depend upon the shjdent's bnckgraund ond coreer goals. 
Conhict deportment to moke oirangemenls. 
0101(10891) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

HLIH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(I-6)REG/S-F. 

Individual inshuchon course: contoct department or instructor to 
obtain section number. Conhict deportment to moke orrangements 

HLTH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-F 

Individuol instruchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obhiin sechon number Contact department to moke arrangements. 



HONR Honors 

(Undergraiu'atf. Studies) 

H0NR238B Honors Seminar: Images 
O of Masculinity in Twentieth 

Century American Literature 

and Film 

(3) REG. 

CORE: Literotuie (HL) 
0101(10954) O'Sullivan.S. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(PLS1158) 

H0NR248G Honors Seminar: Social and 
Group Violence in America 

(3) REG. 

CORE: Social ot Political History (SH) 
0101(10974) Smead,E. TuTh 2:OOpm-5:15pm 
(ANA 0120) 

H0NR379 Honors Independent Study: 
Discovery Projects in 
Research 

(2) REG. 

0101 (11014) McAdoms,<. M9:30om-ll:30om 
(SON 1119) 

HORT Horticulture & 
Landscape Architecture 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

H0RT389 Horticultural Internship 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(11087) SlAfF lime and loom to be oiionged 



H0I(T399 Special Problems in 
Horticulture 

(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course: contoct department or instructor to 
obhiin sechon number 

H0RT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course: contoct deportment or instrucTor to 
obhiin sechon number 

H0RT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual insttuchon course: contoct department oi inshuctoi to 
obtain sechon number 



ITAL Italian 



(Arts and Humanities) 

ITALIOI Elementary Italian I 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Credit will be granted lor only one o/ tbe lollowing: IM 101 or 
nil 121. Inlioduchon to bosic grommor ond vocabulary; written 
ond oral work. 
0101(11153) Fleri,M. MIuWTh 9:00om-ll:15om 

(1MZ1226) 

ITAL399 Directed Study in Italian 

(1-3) S-F 

0101(11183) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

IVSP Individual Studies 
Program 

(Undergraduate Studies) 
IVSP317 Progress Report 

(l)S-F 

Individuol instruchon course: contact deportment or inshuctor to 
obfnin sechon number freteqursite: admrssion to IVSF major A 
written onnlysis ol the program Shidents register for IVSP 31 7 
only once, the semester before the final term. 

IVSP318 Independent Learning 

Activities: Individual Studies 

IPermReqJ 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contoct deportment or instiuctor to 
obtoin section number IVSP majors only 

IVSP420 Senior Paper IPermHeql 
(3) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course: contoct deportment or inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number Prerequisite: admission to IVSP major for 
IVSP motors only Synthesizing final poper or o final speciol project. 

JAPN Japanese 

(Arts and Hu.manities) 

JAPNlOl Elementary Japanese I 

(6) REG/P-F 

Introduchon to bosic pottems of contemporary spoken lopanese 
ond to the two phonehc syllobnries (Kntoknno ond Hiragono). 

0101(11299) SWF MTuVnhF9:30am-l 2:20pm 

(IMZ 0208) 

JAPN201 Intermediate Japanese I 

(6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: lAPH 102 or equivalent formerly lAPH 205 
Contemporary spoken ond whiten loponese. 

0101(11319) SIAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-l 2:20pm 

(1M7 3118) 



JOUR Journalism 

(journalism) 

JCURIDO Introduction to Mass 
Communication 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE. Behavioral ond Sociol Science (SB) Survey of the funchons 
ond effects of the mass medio in the United States. A consumer's 
introduchon to nevispopers, television, radio, film, sound recording, 
books, mogozines, ond new medio technology. Introduchon to pub- 
lic lelohons, odvertising, ond news onolysis. 
0101(11379) Borkin.S. luTh 9:00nm-l 2:00pm 
(JRN1104) 

JOURi 98 Survey Apprenticeship 

(DS-F. 

0101(11389) Stewort, G. Time ond room to be arranged 
Shjdents must meet with Assishint Deon Greig Stewart in IRN 1 1 18 
to gain permission to enroll no Inter thon Fhdoy, Moy 28, 1999. 

JOUR201 Writing For Mass Media 

IPermHeql 
(3) REG. 

fte- or corequisile: lOUP 101. Prerequisite: 30 words per minute 
wordprocessing ability: and grammar competency demonstrated by 
a score ol 52 or higher on the ISWl. Intioduction to news, feohjre 
ond publicity wrihng for the pnnted ond electronic medio, develop- 
ment of news concepts; loboralory in news gothering tools and 
wrihng skills. 

0101(11400) STAFF MTuWThF 9:OOam-10.40om 

(JRN3103) 

0102(11401) Crone, S. MTuWThF 9:00am-10:40om 
(1RN3111) 
A 5-minute typing test is required prior to the first doss. Shjdents 
must type a minimum of 30 wpm to remain enrolled in the course. 
Must hove ot leosl 28 credits eorned. Seek permission to emoll 
ond take typing test in 1 1 1 7 IRN. 

JOUR202 Editing For the Mass Media 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: grade of C or better in lOUH 201. for lOUH majors 
only Bosic edihng skills applicable to all mass medio: copy edihng, 
graphic principles and processes, new medio technology. 
0101 (11411) STAFF luTh 2:00pm-3 40pm 

(1RN3111) 
MWF 2:00pm-3:40pm 
(IRN 3102) 

J0UR326 Supervised Internship - 

News Editorial IPermReql 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: a grade ol "C" or belter m LOUP 20 1, lOUP 202 
ond iOUH 320 and permission ol department for lOUP majors 
only Supervised internship experience with communicohon proles- 
sionols in newspopers, mogozines, photojoumolism Relohon of 
ocodemic troining to professionol experience. 
0101(11421) Collohon.C. Time and room to be oironged 
Lob 
Shidents must goin permission to register for this couise from 
Assistont Deon Greig Stewort in IRN 1 1 1 7 no loter thon Fhdoy, 
Moy 28, 1999 Students must spend n minimum of 135 hours 
spreod over ot leosl o ten-week period ot their internship site. 
Consequently, grades will not be determined unhl ofter tbe end of 
the first summer session. 

J0UR336 Supervised Internship - 
Public Relations IPermReql 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites a grade of V or better in lOUP 201. JOUP 202, 
lOUP 330, and LOOP 331 ond permission ol department, for 
lOUP moprs only Supervised internship expenence with communi- 
cnhon piofessionols in public relohons. Relohon of ocodemic hoin- 
ing to professionol experience 
0101(11432) Polerson, 1, Time ond room h) be orranged 
Lob 
Shidents must goin permission to register for this course from 
Assistont Peon Greig Stewort in IRN 1 1 1 7 no loter thon Fridoy, 
May 28, 1999 Shidents must spend o minimum of 135 hours 
spreod over o minimum of 10 weeks ot their internship site. 
Consequendy, grades will not be determined unhl after the end of 
the first summer session. 



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SESSION I 



J0UR346 Supervised Internship - 

Advertising (fermfeql 
(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

h&epsiles.: a giade ol T oi belief in lOUK 201, lOUK 202, 
low 340, ond eilhei lOUK 341 oi lOUH 342. W pemiisim ol 
deportuKDl. hi lOUS mo;oB only Supervised internship expeti- 
ente wilh communi(oton prolessionois in odvertising. Relation of 
ocodemic tioining to professional experienie. 
0101(11443) Zonot, E. Time and room to be orronged 
lob 
Students must gain permission to register from Assistant Deon 
Greig Stewart rn JRN 11 1 8 no later Hian f ndoy, Moy 28, 1 999. 
Students must spend a minimum of 135 hours spreod over o 
minimum of 10 weeks ot Iheit internship site Consequently, 
grades will not be determined until after the end of tfie hrst 
summer session. 

JOUR366 Supervised Internship - 
Broadcast News IFemReql 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Fieieiiuim- giode ol T oi beltei m lOUII 201, lOUK 202, 
ondlOUf 360 onr/ permission oliepaitmenl fecommemki. lOUK 
36 1 hi television inleinslvp for lOUK mo/ors only. Supen/ised 
internship experience with communication professionals m broadcast 
news. Relohon of academic tioining to professionol expenence. 
0101(11454) Holman, B. Time and room to be aronged 
Lab 
Students must goin permission to tegistei foi this coaise from 
Assistant Deon Greig Stewart in )RN 1 1 1 8 no Inter than Friday, 
May 28, 1 999. Snjdents must spend o minimum of 1 35 hours 
spreod over ten weeb ot then internship site Consequently, grodes 
will not be determined until after the end of the first summer session. 

J0UR398 Independent Study 

(1-3) REG. 

Individual Instruction course; contact deportment or insttuctot to 
obtain secfion number. Conloct deportment to moke arrangements. 
Consult rn IRN 1 1 18 for section and MARS code corresponding to 
faculty member. 

J0UR440 Readings in Journalism 
Literature 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pieieifoisile: lOUH 320 oi peimimn ot deportment. Analysis of 
boob by lournalists highly regorded for writing style nnd/or the 
content of their reporting with on emphosis on understanding the 
boob in the context of nohonol and intemahonol offnirs. 
0101(11514) Paterson,!. MW 4:00pm-7:00pm 
(JRN 1116) 
s ore flexible in the summer. 



J0UR451 Advertising and Society 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pieiequisiles: lOUK 201 ond Willi 202; oipermmm ol depart- 
ment Ivnioi standing. Advertising os on inshhjhon with monJest 
economic pupses and latent social effects. Influences of odveitis- 
rng on people, and reloted issues of ethics and social responsibility. 

0101 (11524) Zanot, E. MW l:00pm-4:00pm 
(JRN 1105) 

J0UR459C Special Topics in Mass 

Communication: Journalism 
and Technology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(11534) Newhogen.J. Mb 4:00pm-7:00pm 
(JRN 3102) 

JOUR477 Mass Communication 
Research 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite MAIH 1 10 at eguimlent; students aie enmiaged to 
have completed the theory and technique comes in then majoi 
sequence. Communiconon research methods used in meosunng 
public opinion ond evoluahng public relohons, advertising, and 
moss medio programs and materials. 
0101(11544) Newhagen.J. TuTh 12:00pm-3:00pm 
(JRN 3102) 



JOUR501 Fundamentals of Writing 

and Editing IPermSeql 
(3) REG/AUD. 

hetequisile peimission at department. Wrrting ond edihng tech- 
niques for loumolism reporting. Pnnciples ol news, feature and pub- 
licity wnhng for mass medio, as well as edihng and graphic con- 
cepts nppropriole for newspopers ond magazines Not applicable 
for degree credit 
0101(11554) Collahon,C. MIulAlThF 9:00am-l 0:40am 
(JRN 3102) 

J0UR601 Theories of Mass 
Communication 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: peimission ot deportment. 
0101 (11574) Bod(in,S. Tulh l:00pm^:00pm 
(JRN 1116) 

JOUR620 Seminar in Public Affairs 
Reporting 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Fieiequisite: lOUf 320. 
0101 (11584) Stepp,C Ml«9:00om-1 2:00pm 

(JRN 1104) 

JOUR698 Special Problems in 
Communication 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction couise: contoct deporhnent or instructor to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

Consult in JRN 1 1 18 for sechon ond MARS code corresponding to 
faculty member. 

J0UR798 Master's Professional 
Fieldwork 

(2-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inslTuchon course: contoct deporhnent or instructor to 
obmm section number. 

Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 for section and MARS code corresponding to 
faculty member. 

J0UR799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

Consult m JRN 1 1 1 8 for section corresponding to foculty member. 

J0UR888 Doctoral Practicum in Mass 
Communication 

(3-9) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 for section and MARS code corresponding to 
foculty member 

J0UR889 Doctoral Tutorial in Mass 
Communication 

(3-9) REG/AUD. 

Individual insttuchon course: contoct deportment or instiucfor to 
obtain sechon number. 

Consult rn JRN 1 1 1 8 for sechon and MARS code corresponding to 
foculty member. 

J0UR899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research in Mass 
Communication 

(1-8)REG/S-F 

Individual instruchon course: contact department or inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number 

Consuh in JRN 1 1 1 8 for sechon and MARS code coitesponding to 
foculty member. 



JWST Jewish Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 

Jii/ST499»( Independent Study in Jewish 

Studies tPemfeq) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(11885) Holum, K. Time and room to be arranged 
This course is only available in Israel. 

KNES Kinesiology 

(Healih and HuivfAN Performance) 
KNES137N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: 

Golf (Beginning) 

dlREG/P-E 

0101(11936) Savage, K MTumh9:30am-l 0:50am 
(GIF 1102) 
Shjdents must poy o $25 goB facility fee directly to pro shop. 

KNES144Q Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Martial 
Arts, Karate (Beginning) 

(1)REG/P-F. 

0101(11947) McMobon,). MTumh9:30am-l 0:50am 
(HHP 0107) lob 

KNESIS4N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Swimming 
(Beginning) 

(1)REG/P-F. 

0101(11957) lrtton,C. MTuWTh 1 :00pm-2:20pm 
(CRCB0120) 

KNES155N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Tennis 
(Beginning) 

(1)REG/P-F 

0101 (11968) Vnnder Velden, L 

MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20nm 

(COM 100) 
0102(11969) Vender Velden, L 

MTuWTh 9:30om-10:50om 

(COlllOO) 
0103(11970) Vender Velden, L 

MTuWTh ll:00om-l 2:20pm 

(COlllOO) 

KNES1550 Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Tennis 
(Intermediate) 

(1)REG/P-F. 

0101 (11981) Vnnder Velden, L 

MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20om 
(COlllOO) 

0102 01982) Vnnder Velden, L 

MTuWTh 9:30am-10:50am 
(COlllOO) 
0103(11983) Vnnder Velden, L 

MTuWTh I l:00am-12:20pm 
(COlllOO) 

KNES1S7N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Weight 
Training (Beginning) 

(UREG/P-F. 

0101(11994) Cohno,P MTuWTh 8:00am-9:20om 
(HHP 0103) 

KNES1570 Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Weight 
Training (Intermediate) 

(1)REG/P-F. 

0101(12005) Cohno.R MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20am 
(HHP 0103) 

KNES287 Sport and American Society 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Faimedy fHB 287. Sport will be reloted to such social problems 
OS delinquency, segregotion, colledne behovior, and leisure; to 



sociol processes such os sociolizohon, stiottficohon, mobility, and 
sociol conhol; ond to those familiar social inshtuhons, the lomily, 
the school, the church, the mrlitory. the economy, the polity, ond 
the mass media. 
0101 (12026) Vonder Velden, L 

TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm 

(HHP 0305) 

KNES289 Topical Investigations ifemfeq) 

(1-3) REG. 

Individual insttuchon course: conloct deporhnent or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

KNES293 History of Sport in America 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Social ot Polihcol History (SH) foimeity PHIO 293. The 
growth ond development of sport in Amenco The tronsformohon of 
sport within the perspertive of Amencon history, including doss sport, 
professionnlizohon, amateunsm, and intemahonal lnvo^ement. 
0101(12044) Wong, J. luTh l:O0pm-4:20pm 
(HHP 2132) 

KNES300 Biomechanics of Human 
Motion 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisiles: 1001 201; and 1001 202. foimeily PHIO 300. The 
shjdy of human movement ond the physicol and physiologicol prin- 
ciples upon which it depends. Body mechoniG, poshjte, motor effi- 
ciency, sports, the performonce ol o typical individuol and the influ- 
ence of grawth and development upon motor performonce. 
0101(12054) Wokeem,). MTuWThf 10:00am-ll:30oTi 
(HHP 1302) 
TuThl2:00pm-2:00pm 
(HHP 1302) lob 
0102(12055) Wokeem,). MIuWThF 10:00am-ll:30om 
(HHP 1302) 
MW12:00pm-2:00pm 
(HHP 1302) lab 
0103(12056) Wokeem,) MTuWThF 10:00nm-ll:30om 
(HHP 1302) 
TuTh8:00om-10:00om 
(HHP 1302) Inb 

KNES350 The Psychology of Sports 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

foimeily PHW 3S0. An explorahon of the personality factors, 
including, but not limited to mohvohon, nggressron ond emotion, 
OS they affect sports porhcipohon ond motor skill perfomionce. 
0101(12066) lsr^Ahola,S MW 4:30pm-7:50pm 
(HHP 1302) 

KNES370 Motor Development 

(3) mm. 

foimeily PUfO 310. Mohir development across the life span. The 
developmental sequences of motor skills fram birth to old oge; 
neuramohjranon of neuramusculor system; analysis of the underiy- 
ing mechanisms of motor skill development; and correlotes of 
motor development. 

0101(12088) Metcalfe,). TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm 
(HHP 2132) 

KNES389 Topical Investigations (Pemlleq) 
(1-3) REG. 

Individuol insttuchon course: conhict deporhnent or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

KNES498 Special Topics in Kinesiology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indivrduol inshuchon course: contact depoihnent or instiuctoi to 
obhiin sechon number. 

KNES498K Special Topics in 

Kinesiology: Child and Sport 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD, 



0101(12124) Brown, E. 



TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm 
(HHP 1303) 



KNES689 Special Problems in 

Kinesiolog)' IPemReq) 
(1-3) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contact deporhnent or inshuctor h) 
obnin sechon number. 



COURSE 1 1 S T I N G / SESSION I 33 



SESSION I 



KNES799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPemfeql 
1 1-6) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contort deportment ot Instiucloi to 
obloin section numbei. 

KNES899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPermHeql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contort depoitmenf oi instiuctoi to 
obtain section numbei. 

LARC Landscape 
Architectare 

( Acr.RICULTURE AND NATURAL 
RtSelURCES) 

URCI60 Introduction to Landscape 
Architecture 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 
CORE: Humanities (HO) Histoiy, ttteocy, philosopby ond cuirent 
practice of the prafession of landscope aicbitectute. Explores the 
intetoctive relationship between humons ond tlieii enviionment by 
examining people's peicephons of ond cbonging ottifude towoids 
the Inndscope, as well as, an exominotion of how these ore related 
to ecological and culhjml influences. 



0101 (12187) 



MTuWIhF9:00om-10:20am 
(PL51119) 



LARC499 Independent Studies in 
Landscape Architecture 

(1-4)REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(12207) STAFF Time and loam to be ai 



LATN Latin 

(Arts and Humanities) 

UTN120 Intensive Latin IFemReq) 
(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pieiequiiile: pemiism ol depaitmenl. Hot open hi aedil to 
smderiK mtti mill hi tAJH !02. Elements of Latin grammai and 
vocobuloiy; elementoiy leoding. The first year's shjdy of lahn 
compressed into a single semester. 
0101(12258) Stnley.M. MTuWThF 9:00am-10:40om 
(MMH 2407A) 

UTN499 Independent Study in Latin 
Language and Literature 



(3) REG/Pf/AUD. 

0101(12278) Hallett, j. Time and room to be orronged 

UMN699 Independent Studies in Latin 
Literature IPemReq] 

(l'3)REG/AUD. 

0101(12289) Hollett, I, Time and room ta be orianged 

LBSC Library Science 

(Library and Information Services) 
LBSC650 Information Access IPsmSeq) 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: peimission ot depoinnent. Informahon needs, informo- 
hon interviews, queshan analysis, informotion resources, seorch 
strategy, gueiy foimulation, souice selethon. 

0101 (12350) White, M. 

Meets 05/25/99-07/08/99 loTh 5:30pm-8:45pm 
(HBK0103) 
Required of all MLS students. 

IBSC670 Information Structure tPemHeqi 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequiiite: pemasion ol detxitment Knowledge onolysis ond 
representahon; infoimahon piesentotion and ossimilotion; biblio- 
graphic ond lecoid control. 

0101 (12360) Green, R. 

Meets 06/02/99-07/2 1 /99 MW 1 :00pm-3:45pm 
(HBK0115) 



0102(12361) Green, R. 

Meets 06/02/99-07/21/99 MW 5:30pm-8:15pm 
(HBK0115) 

IBSC7080 Special Topics in Library 
and Information Service: 
Documenting 
Underrepresented 
Communities IPeimPeq) 

(1-31 REG/AUD. 

0101(12391) Roe, K. MTuWThF 9 OOnm-4 :00pm 

(HBK0103) 
Closs meets from June 1 , 1 999 to June 4, 1 999, and from June 
28, 1999 to July 1,1999. 

LBSC708E Special Topics in Library and 
O Information Service: Topical 
Investigation: Maps as 
Source Materials IPemhq) 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (12401) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/99-07/28/99 MW 6:00prTt-9:l 5pm 
(HBK0105) 
No closs July 12 and July 14. 

LBSC708J Special Topics in Library 
and Information Service: 
Information Seeking 

Patterns (PemReql 

(3) REG/AUD. 
0101 (12411) CogdilU. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/08/99 MTuTh 2:00pm-4:30pm 
(HBK4113) 

LBSC708P Special Topics in Library 
O and Information Service: 

Advanced Electronic Records 

(PeimReql 
(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (12421) Miller, M. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/09/99 MW 5:30pm-8:45pm 
(HBK0103) 

tBSC708S Special Topics in Library 
O and Information Service: 
Management of Electronic 

Records IPemReql 
(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (12431) Halonen,C. 
Meets 06/01/99-07/09/99 TuTh 5:30pm-8:45pm 
(H6K0115) 

LBSC708T Special Topics in Library 
and Information Service: 
Seminar in Information 

Access (PemPeql 

(3) REG/AUD. 
0101 (12441) While, M 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWIhF 9:30am-l 2:30pm 
(HBK4115) 

LBSC709 Independent Study (PemReql 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contact department or inshuctor to 
obtain sertion number. 

lBSa4l Seminar in School Library 
O Media Programs IPermReq) 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieieqmites: pemssion of depaitivent; ond LBSC 643 oi peimis- 
sion ot institjctot Development, management, ond evaluation of 
school library media programs al all levels. 

0101 (12483) liesener.J. 

Meets 06/01/99-07/09/99 MW 5:30pm-8:45pm 
(HBK4115) 
Class will meet Sot., June 19, 9 om - 4 pm. also. 



IBSC766 Access to Business 

Information (PemReql 
(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: IBSC 6S0 oi pemission of instiuctoi Research meth- 
ods, informahon needs, infoimahon shurture, infoimohon souices 
and services related to business. 
0201 (12503) Abels, E. 

Meets 07/10/99-08/14/99 So 9:00am-l 2:00pm 
(HBK4113) 
Sol:00pm-4:00pm 
(HBK4113) 

LBSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (PemReql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contact deportment oi instructor ta 
obtoin sechon number. 



LING Linguistics 

(Arts and Humanities) 

IING200 Introductory Linguistics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Sociol Science (SB) Hot open to students 
wlio hate completed MIH 371 or H(SP 120. Woys of studying 
human language, basic concepts of modem linguistic analysis 
(sound systems, word formahon, syntax, meoning). The nature of 
bumon longuoge, the sociol aspects of language; longuoge change, 
dialects; wnting systems; longuoge universols, etc. Basis for fuhjre 
work in linguishcs. 
0101(12574) STAFF MIuWThF 9:30am-10:50am 

(PlSllll) 

IING499 Directed Studies in 

Linguistics (PemReql 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort department oi instruflor to 
obtain sechon number. 

LING689 Independent Study 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0101(12596) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

LING698 Directed Study (PemReql 
13) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain sertion number. 

LING798 Research Papers in 
Linguistics 

(1-6) REG/AUO. 

Individual instruction course: contort deportment or inshuctor to 
obtain section numbei. 

UNG799 Master's Thesis Research 



MAPL Applied 
Mathematics 



0-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deportment or inshuctoi to 
obtain sertion numbei. 

IING889 Directed Research (PemReql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort deporhnent or inshuctoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

IING895 Doctoral Research Paper 



(6) REG. 
0101(12615) STAFF Time and room to be oirangi 

LING899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (PetmReql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deportment or inshuchir to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 



(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

MAP1460 Computational Methods 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pietequisites: to giade of C or deffer in MAJH 240 ond MAIH 
2411: ond ICMSC 104 or CMSC 1 131 Also offered os CMSC 460. 
Ciedit wilt tie gwnted loi only one of fc following: MPl/CMSC 
460 Of IMPl/CMSC 466 Basic computohonal methods for inter- 
polohon, least squares, opproximohon, numeiicol quadrature, 
numerical soluhon of polynomiol and hnnscendentol equohons, sys- 
tems of lineor equohons ond inihol value problems for ordinary dif- 
ferenhnl equohons. Emphasis on mediods and their computohonol 
praperties rather than their onolyhc ospects. Intended phmoiily for 
shjdents in the physicol and engineehng sciences. 

0101 (12677) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuThF 8:00om-9:20am 
(MTH0105) 

MAPL698A Advanced Topics in Applied 
Mathematics 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

MAPL799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort department oi instrurtor to 
obtain sechon number. 

MAPL899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshurtion course: conhirt department or insliurtor to 
obtoin section number. 



MATH Mathematics 

(CoMi'UTER, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

MATHOOl Review of High School 
Algebra 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Recommended foi students wlio plan to toke MTH llOoiMAJH 
002 tiut aie not cuiiently qualilied to do so Special tee lequiied in 
addition to ttie leguloi tuition ctiaige for tall and spring semesteis. 
(his couise does not cony ciedit towards any degiee at die 
University Provides shjdents with the foundation in inteimediote 
algebra that is necessniy toi the shidy of the fiist college level 
math couise, MATH 110. Topics include a review of hie operohons 
on real numbers, linear equohons in one on two voriables, systems 
of linear equohons, linear inequolihes, opeiohons on polynomials, 
factoiing, opplicahons and soluhons of quodrohc equnhons. 
0102(12742) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50nm 

(MTH1311) 
Shjdents registering for MATH 001 who experience moth anxiety 
or feel deficient in moth study skills should refer to SUMM 003, 
Building Moth Self-Confidence. 

MATH002 Advanced Review of High 
School Algebra 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Recommended toi stodeats wtio plan to take but wtio ore not cur- 
rent// qualilied toi MAIH I /5 Pieiequisite: a sotisfactoiy score on 
ttie moltiemolics placement exam or MMH 001 or MMH OOll. 
Special tee required in addition to die leguloi tuition chaige for fall 
and spring semesters ftiis couise does not coriy ciedd towaids any 
degiee al the Unimsity. Review of high school algebra at o foster 
pnce ond ot a more advanced level than MAIH 001 . Exponents, 
polynomials; lineoi equohons in one ond hi/o voiiobles, quodrohc 
equohons; ond polynomiol, rohonol, exponenhol ond logohthmic 
funchons. 
0101(12766) STAFF MTuWIhF 8:00am-9:20om 

(MIH 0307) 
For those shjdents experiencing moth anxiety or who feel dehcient in 
moth shjdy skills, refer to the speciol programs sertion, SUMM 003. 



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SESSION I 



MATHi 10 Elementary Mathematical 
Models 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwfequisile: pemissm ol defortmenl based on sotofertofy scoie 
on ihe malhematKs fhcemeni emm, oi MAIH 001 wilti a giode 
ol C Of bettei, or MilH 002 Hoi open to itudenls maionng m 
mothemotics. engineeting, business, life sc/ewes, and the physicol 
sciences. Hot open to students ivte hove completed MAIH 140, 
miH 220. 01 ony mWoiSW course lot which MAIH 140 oi 
MATH 220 is o pieieguislte Oedit will be gwnted hi only one ol 
Ihe hllowing: MAIH 1 10 oi MAIH 113 TopiG include simple ond 
compound Intefest; recuRion for computing bolonces, insfollment 
loons ond omortizotion, oppioximanng dalo by linear models; 
onolysis of opplicotions lo reol-woiW collections of doto, probobiliry; 
[ondilionol probobilify; independence; expected volue, grapbing 
and onolysis of systems of meguolilies. linear piogrnmming and 
opplicalions MAIfl 1 tO is not open to students in the Engineering 
and Computet, Wothemoticol, and Pbysicol Sciences Colleges- 

0102(12789) 5IAFF MIuWIW 9 30om-10;50am 

(MTH 0306) 

0103(12790) STAFF MIuWTbF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(MIH 0306) 

MATHI 1 1 Introduction to Probability 

(3) MG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Mnlfiemolics or Formol Reasoning (MS) Preregulsite: pet- 
mission ol depoilment based on satislactoiy score on Ihe mathe- 
tmhcs placement exam, ai MAIH 110, or MAIH 002 with a giade 
ol C 01 bettei. Hot open to shidents majonng in madiematia, engi- 
neering 01 Ihe physical sciences. Hot open to shidents who have 
compleled SIAI 100 oi any MAIH oi SIAI couise with a pieiegui- 
sileolMAIH 141 Oedit will be gianted lot only one ol the hllow- 
ing: MAIH III 01 SIAI 100. logic, Booleon olgebro, counhng, 
probability, rondom vonobles, expectation opplicotions of Itie nor- 
mol probobility distribution. 

0101(12804) STAFF MIuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MTH 0306) 
0102(12805) STAFF MToWTliF 9:30am-10:50om 

(MTHB0421) 

MATHI 1 3 College Algebra with 
Applications 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

fieieguisite. peimission ol department based on sohslaclary scow 
on the mathemahcs placement exam, oi MAIH 002 Hot open to 
shidents who hove completed MAIH 140 oi MAIH 220 at any 
couise hi which MAIH 140 of MAIH 220 is a pieieguisite. Oedit 
will be gianted hi only one ol die hllowing: (MAIH lIOoiMAIH 
1 13). 01 miH 1 13 01 MAIH 1 15) Graphs ond applicotrons of 
elementary functions including polynomial, roflonnl, exponennol 
ond logatittimic functions Systems of lineor equations and lineai 
inequalities used to solve representative prablems in linear program- 
ming. Matrices ond mnfnx operations including inverse. Sequences. 

0101(12819) STAFF MTuWTbF 8:00om-9:20am 

(MTH 1308) 
0103(12820) STAFF MTuWTbF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 1308) 

MATHI 15 Precalculus 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Freiequisite. peimission ol deportment based on sahsfoctoiy score 
on the mathemahcs placement exam, at MAIH 002 widi a giade 
ol B 01 bettei. oi MAIH 1 13 Hot open to shidents who have com- 
pleled MAIH 140 ai any MAIH oi SMf coocse hi which MAIH 
140 is pieieguisite Oedil will be gianted lor only one ol the lol 
lowing: MAIH 1 13 at MAIH 1 15. Preporabon for MATH 220 or 
AWTH 1 40. Elemenlory hjnctions ond graphs: polynomials, rotionol 
functions, exponenhcl and logoritbmic hjnchons, tfigonometric func- 
fions. Algebraic techniques preparatory for calculus. 

0101(12834) STAFF MTuWTbF S:00am-9:20om 

(MTH 0106) 

0103(12835) STAFF MTuWTbF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 1313) 

MATH140 Calculus! 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD 

CORE: Mathemahcs or formol Reasoning (MS) Fieieguisite: pei- 
mission ol deportment hosed on 3- 1/2 yeais ol college piepaioto- 
ly mothemohcs (including tiigonometry) and a sahslactory scoie 
on die modiemalics placement exam, oi MAIH / /5 mt/i o gwde 
ol C 01 bettei Oedit will be gianted lot only one ol Ihe hllowing: 
MAIH 140 Of MAIH 220 Introduchon to calculus, including func- 
hons, limits, conhnuity, denvohves and opplicohons of Ihe derivo- 
tive, sketching of graphs of functions, dehnite ond indehnite inte- 
grals, ond colculohon of oreo. The course is especially tecommend- 
ed for science and mothemohcs majors. 



0101 (12860) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MIH 0101) 
0102(12861) STAFF 
Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am 

(MTH 0106) 
0103(12862) STAFF 
Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWTbF 1 1 OOonvl 2:20pm 

(MTH 0106) 

MATH141 Calculus II 
(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORF. Mothemohcs or Formal Reosoning (MS) Pieiequisite: MAIH 
140 01 equivalent Oedd will be gianted hi only one ol die lol 
lowing: MAIH 141 Of MAIH 221 Conbnuahon of MAIH 140, 
including techniques of integrohon, improper integrals, opplicohons 
of integrahon (such as volumes, work, ore length, moments), 
inverse hmctions, exponenhol ond logarithmic hinchons, sequences 
and sehes. 

0101 (12873) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 
(MTH 0103) 

0102(12874) STAFF 

Meets 06/01 /99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 9:30om-l 0:50om 
(MIH 0103) 

0103(12875) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm 
(MTH 0103) 

MATH210 Elements of Mathematics 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

fieieguisile one yeai ol college piepaiatory algebra, fequiied lor 
motors in elementary educahon, and open only to shidents in this 
held. Topics fram algebra ond number theory, designed to provide 
insight into onlhmehc. induchve proof, the nahjrol number system 
based on the Peono oxioms; mothemohcol systems, graups, helds; 
the system of integers; the system of rahonol numbers; congru- 
ence, divisibility; systems of numerahon 

0101 (12886) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am 
(MTH 0104) 

MATH21 1 Elements of Geometry 

(4) REG/P-f/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MAIH 210. Sttuctuce of mathemahG systems, alge- 
bra of sets, geometrical sttuctures, logic, meosuremeni, congai- 
ence, similarity, graphs in the plane, geomehy on the sphere 

0101 (12897) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20ani 
(MTH 1311) 

MATH220 Elementary Calculus I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mathemahcs or Formol Reasoning (MS) Pieieguisite: per- 
mission ol department based on 3 1/2 yeais ol college piepaiato- 
ry modiemahcs (including higonometry) and sahslactory peifoi- 
mance on the madiemohcs placement exam, or MAIH 113, or 
MAIH 1 15 Har open to shidents maionng in madiemohcs, engi- 
neering at die physical sciences. Oedd will be gianted lot only one 
oldie hllowing: MAIH 140 Of MAIH 220. Basic ideas of differen- 
hol and integral colculus, with emphasis on elementory techniques 
of ditferenhnhon ond opplicohons. 

0101(12908) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20am 

(MIH 1313) 
0102(12909) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(MTH 0101) 
0103(12910) STAFF MIuWTbF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(MTH B0423) 

MATH221 Elementary Calculus II 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemoho or Formol Reosoning (MS) Prerequisite: MAIH 
220, Of MAIH 140, at equivalent. Hot open to shidents majoring 
in malhemahcs. engineering or die physical sciences. Oedd will be 
granted lor only one ol die lollowing: MAIH 141 orMAIH22l 
Differenhol and integrol calculus, with emphasis on elementary 
techniques of integrahon and opplicohons. 

0102(12924) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 

(MIH 0411) 
0103(12925) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00a(ivl 2:30pm 

(MTH 0411) 



MATH240 Introduction to Linear 
Algebra 

14) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemohcs oi Formol Reosoning (MS) Pieiequisite: MAIH 
141 or equivalent Oedit will be gianted lot only one ol die lol 
lowing: MAIH 240 at MAIH 400 Of MAIH 461 Basic concepts of 
lineor olgebra: vector spaces, opplicohons to line and plane geome- 
hy lineof equahons ond mohices, similar mohices, lineor tionsfot- 
mohons, ergenvalues, determinants and qucdrahc forms. 

0103(12937) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(MIH 0307) 

MATH241 Calculus HI 
(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites MAIH 141 ond any one ol die lollowiag: MAIH 240 
Of PHIS 102 01 PHIS HloiPHYSUl Inlioduchon to mulhvon- 
oble colculus, including vectors ond vector-valued (unchons, portiol 
denvohves ond opplicohons of pomol denvohves (such as tangent 
planes and Lagrange mulhpliers), mulhple integrals, volume, sui- 
foce oreo, and the clossicol theorems of Green, Stokes ond Gauss, 

0102(12948) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 
(MTH 0201) 

MATH246 Differential Equations for 
Scientists and Engineers 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: MAIH 141 at equivalent. An introduction to the bosic 
methods of solving ordinary differenhol equohons. Equahons of hrst 
and second order, linear differenhol equohons, loploce honsforms, 
numerjcol methods, ond the quolitohve theory of differenhol 
equohons. 

0103(12959) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTHB0421) 

MATH4D1 Applications of Linear 
Algebra 

(3) REG/PF/AUD 

Pieiequisde: MAIH 240 oi MAIH 46 1 Various opplicohons of linear 
algebra: theory of hnite gomes, linear programming, mahix methods 
OS applied to hnite Morkov cboins, random walk, incidence mohices, 
gtophs ond directed graphs, networks, honsportation problems. 
0103(12972) STAFF MTuWTbF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 0101) 

MATH410 Advanced Calculus I iPeimRegl 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieguisites: MAIH 240 and MAIH 241 widi a grade ol C or bet- 
ter Hot open to shidents who have completed MAIH 250. First 
semester of a year course. Subjects covered during the yeor ore: 
sequences and series of numbers, conhnuity and d^erenhobility of 
reol valued funchons of one vnnoble, the Riemon integral, 
sequences of functions, and power series. Functions of severol 
variables including parfiol derivohves, mulhple integrals, line and 
suifnce integrals. The implicit hjnehon theorem Meets 8 weeks, 4 
days per week. 

0102(12992) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/9907/23/99 MTuIhF 9:30om-10:50om 
(MTH 1308) 

MATH41 1 Advanced Calculus II 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MAIH 410. Hot open to shidents who have completed 
MAIH 250 and MAIH 251. Conhnuohon of MATH 410. 

0102(13002) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MIuTbF 9:30am-10:50om 
(MIH 2300) 

MATH461 Linear Algebra for Scientists 
and Engineers 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Prerequisites MAIH 141 ond one MAIH/SW couise hi which 
MATH 141 IS a pieieguisite This couise cannot be used lowaid the 
uppei level math reguiiemenis lor MATH/SKI majors. Oedd will 
be granred lor only one ol die hllowing MATH 240. MATH 400 or 
MAIH 461. Basic concepts of lineor olgebro This course is similor 
to MAIH 240, but with more extensive coverage of the topics 
needed in applied linear algebra, change ol bosis, complex eigen- 
values, diogonolizohon, the lordon canonical form. 
0102(13012) STAFF MIuWTbF 9:30am-10:50am 

(MTH 0104) 



MATH462 Partial Differential 

Equations for Scientists 
and Engineers 

(31 REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisites. MAIH 24 1, ond MATH 246 Oedd will be gianted 
lot only one ol die hllowing MAIH 462 oi MAIH 415. lineor 
spaces and operatots, orthogonality, Shirm-liouville prablems ond 
eigenlunction exponsions for ordinoty differenhol equohons, intro- 
duchon to portiol drfferenhol equahons, including the heot equo- 
hon, wove equohon ond loploce's equohon, boundary volue prab- 
lems, inihol value prablems, ond inihoHioundary value problems. 
0101(13024) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MIH 0102) 

MATH498A Selected Topics 
in Mathematics 

(1-9) REG/PF/AUD. 

Indivrduol inshuchon course: contact depachoent or instractor to 
obtoin section number. 

MATH648A Selected Topics in Analysis 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

0101 (13046) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

MATH668A Selected Topics in Complex 
Analysis 

(1-3)REG/AU0. 

0101(13057) STAFF Time and room to be orionged 

MATH7I8A Selected Topics in 
Mathematical Logic 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

0101 (13068) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

MATH748A Selected Topics in Geometry 
and Topology 

(1-31REG/AUD. 
0101(13079) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

MATH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indivrduol insttuchon course: conhict deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 

MATH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual insttuchon course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

MEES Marine-Estuarine- 
Environmental Sciences 

( Life Sciences) 

MEES608E Seminar in Marine- 

Estuarine-Environmental 
Sciences: Theories of 
ScienceA'alues in Science I 
(DREG. 
0101(13143) lenore, K. W8:30am-1 0:00am 
(Arranged) 
Corequisile: MEES 608F 

MEES699 Special Problems in Marine- 
Estuarine-Environmental 
Sciences 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort depochoenl or instiurtor h) 
obtain sechon number. 

MEES799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indivrduol instrurtion course: contort deportment or rnshuctor to 
obtain sechon number. 

MEES899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contort deporhiienl or inshuctor lo 
obtain sechon number. 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION I 35 



SESSION I 



METO Meteorology 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

MEIMM Special Problems in 
Atmospheric Science 

11-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
yividuil ifislTuction coune: contoct department or instructor to 
obtiv) sednn nunbet. 

MET0798 Directed Graduate Research 

(1-3) S-F. 

InMual insliuction couiu: conlixt department or inslrudoi to 
obnrin section numbei. 

MET0899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(l-«)S.F. 

Individuol instnjction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number 



MiCB Microbiology 

(Life Sciences) 

Ihe following courses moy involve ttie use of onimols. Students 
who ore concerned obout ttie use of onimals in teoching hove the 
responsibiTity to contact the instructor, prior to course enrollment, to 
determine whether onimals ore to be used in the course, whether 
dass eierdses involving animals ore ophonol or required ond what 
oltemotives, if any. ore ovnilable. 

MICB200 General Microbiology 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORF: life SoerKe lob (li) Piaeqmite: BIOL WS. Cieditwilbe 
gmtal foi only <m ol Ihe foknmg. MICS 100 or MICS 200- 
Fundomentol concepts in morphology, physiologY, genetics, 
immunology, ecology, and pathogenic miaobiology. Applicohons of 
miaobiolagy to medicine, the food industty ond biotechnology. 
0101 (13323) loseph.S. MTuWIhF 8:00am-9:00am 
(MCBI207) 

MTumhf9:00am-Il:00om 
(MCB 1201) Lab 
0102(13324) Joseph. S. MIuWThf 8;OOom-9:OOam 
(MCB 1207) 

MruWlhf9:00am-1100om 
(MCB 120S) Lob 
0103(13325) Joseph, S. MTuWIhF 8:00om-9:00am 
(MCB 1207) 

MIuWIhF9:0Oom-ll:0Oom 
:MC3 1206) Lob 

MICB379 Honors Research 

(2-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indrvidual instruchon couree: contoct deparlment or instnictot to 
obtain sechon number 

MiC838i Special Topics in 
Microbiology 

(l-4)IEG/P-f/AUD. 

InMucd inslnjction course: contact department or insttuctor to 
obton sechon numbei. 

MICB388R Special Topics in 
Microbiology 

(1-4)REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(13339) Smilh,A 

Meets 06/01/99-07/09/99 Time ond room to be orronged 

MICB399 Microbiological Problems 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 
Indiyidool irstnjchon course; contoct deportment or instructor to 
obloin section iwnbei. 

MICB688 Special Topics 

(M)REG/AUD. 
Individuol instniction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtw sedion numbei. 



MICB799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instmction couise: contort deportment or instrucfor to 
obtoln sechon number. 

MICB899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-81 REG. 

Individuol insttucfion course: contoct department or instructor to 

obtoin section numbei 



MOCB Molecular and 
Cell Biology 

I Lift Sc lENCts) 

M0C8699 Laboratory Rotation 

(2-3) S-F. 

0101 (13406) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

M0CB899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-81 S-F 

Individuol instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtoin section number 

MUED Music Education 

(Arts and Hu.manities) 
MUED499A Workshops, Clinics, 

Institutes: K-12 Instrumental 
Program: Standards and 
Assessment Techniques 
13) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101 (13468) Woody, R. 

Meets 06/21/99-07/09/99 MIuWlhF 1 1 :00om-2:00pm 
(TWS3238) 

MUED688 Music Cultures in the 

Classroom II: Curriculum 
Materials and Teaching 
Strategies 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (13478) McCni1hy,M. 

Meets 06/21/99-07/09/99 MTuWThF 1 l:00am-2:00pm 
(TWS3132) 

MUE0698A Current Trends in Music 
Education: K-12 
Instrumental Program: 
Standards and Assessment 
Techniques 
(3) REG/AUD. 
0101 (13488) Woody, R. 

Meets 06/21/99-07/09/99 MTuWIhF 1 1 :00am-2:00pm 
(TWS 3238) 

MUSC School of Music 

(Arts and Humanities) 
MUSC106 Beginning Classical 
Guitar Class 

(2) REG/P-F/AUD 

Inttoduchon to classKol guitar notohon, technique, literature ond 
performonce. No previous musical experience required 
0101(13538) Cavollaro,G, MTuWTh 12:00prr>l :40pm 
rWS2138) 

MUSCl 30 Survey of Music Literature 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Iheory ot Arts (HA) Open lo oH sivdenis ewepr 
musir and muse dixiilm mojon. A shjdy of the pnnciples upon 
which muSK s based, ond on introduction to the musKol repertory 
perfomied in Amenco todoy 
0101(13548) Beicken.S MIuWIli9:00am-10:40om 
(TWS 2123) 



MUSC140 Music Fundamentals I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) limited to nonmm mo/ors. 
Intioductory iheory course. Notohon, scoles, inteivols, triads, 
rhythm, form, ond bosic aural skills. 
0101(13558) STAFF MTuWTh 11 :00am-l 2:40pm 

(TWS 2102) 
0102(13559) STAFF MTuWTh 1 :00pm-2:40pm 

(TWS 2135) 

MUSCl 55 Fundamentals for the 
Classroom Teacher 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Open to studenli moionng in preeor/y childhood educolion, pink- 
mentaiy educatm, elementoiy education, oi childhood edixatwn; 
othei studenK take MUSC ISO- Oedit will be gmnted foi only one 
olthe lollowmg: MUSC ISO ot mSC iSS Ihe hjndomentols ot 
music theory ond proctice, rotated lo the needs of the classroom 
ond kindergorten teocher, and organized m accordance with Ihe six 
area concept of musical looming. 

0101(135711 McCanhy,M. MTuWTh 8:30om-10:10om 
OWS 3238) 

MUSC21 The Impact of Music on Life 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Music os o pait of 
culture. Moteriols drawn from hodihons throughout the globe to 
illustrate issues of historical and contemporary significance, includ- 
ing Ihe impoct of race, doss ond gender on the shidy of music. 
0101(13581) STAFF MIuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(TWS 2123) 
0102(13582) STAFF MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm 

(TWS 2123) 

MUSC248 Selected Topics in Music 
Histor)' of Rock Music, 
1950 to Present 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (13594) Kiiig,R. 

Meets 06/01/99-06/18/99 MTuWIhF l:00pm-3:30pm 
(IWSSIU) 

MUSC388 Music Internship ll'ermlleiil 
(31 REG. 

Indnridual instnichan course: contact dcpatlment or instiurtor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

MUsaS9 Music Internship Analysis 

IPermReql 

(DREG 
Individuol instruchon course: contact department or inshuctor ro 
obtain sechon number. 

MUSC448 Selected Topics in Music 



(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuction course: contoct deportment or inshuctoi to 
obrain sechon number 

MUSC448A Selected Topics in Music 
Jazz Improvisation ifermSeq) 

(1) REG/P-F/AUD 

0101 (13610) Vodak],C 

Meets 06/28/99-07/02/99 MTuWIhF 9:00om-l 2:00pm 
(TWS 1102) 

MUSC448C Selected Topics in Music 
Flute Masterclass 1999 

12) REG/AUD. 

0101 (13620) Montgomery,* 
Meets 07/1 0/99-07/1 8/99 MTuWThF SoSu 1 0:00am- 
10:00pm OWS 1125) 

MUSC499 Independent Studies (PermReql 
(2-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instrachon course: contoct deparlment or insttuchjr ro 
obloin section number 

MUSC699 Selected Topics in Music 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct department or instnjctoi to 
obtoin section number 



MUSC699C Selected Topics in Music 
Flute Masterclass 1997 

(2) REG/AUD. 

0101 (13634) Montgomery, W 
Meets 07/1 0/99-07/1 8/99 MIuWIhFSoSu 1 0:00om- 
10:00pm (TWS 1125) 

MUS099 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-61 REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct department or inshuctor to 
obtoin section number 

MUSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contoct deportment or instnjctoi to 
obtain sechon number. 

NFSC Nutrition and 
Food Science 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

The following courses moy invohre the use of onimals. Shjdents 
who ore concerned obout the use of onimols in teodiing hove the 
responsibility to contort Ihe instructor, prior to course enrallment, to 
determine whether onimols ore to be used in the course, whether 
doss exercses involving onimols ore ophonol or required ond what 
nhemottves, if ony, ore ovoiloble. 

NFSClOO Elements of Nutrition 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Irfe Science (LSI former^ HUTU 100. Fundomenrtb of 
humon nuthhon. Nutnent requirements reloted to dwnging 
individuol ond family needs 

0101(13697) Costonguoy, T MWf 9:30om-10:50om 
(MMH1400) 
TuTh9:30om-10:50om 
(MMH 1400) Dis 
0102(13698) Coshinguay, t MWF 9:30om-10:50om 
(MMH 1400) 
MWll:00am-l 2:20pm 
(MMH 3418) Ois 

NFSC399 Special Problems in Food 

Science (femlleq) 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contoct department or instructor to 
obtain sechon number 

NFSC440 Advanced Human Nutrition 

14) REG/P-F/AUD. 

fterequiSTfes: HfSC WO or HfSC 200: and BCMM 462; and lOOl 
422 formeriy HUIH 440 A aihcol shrdy of physiologic, molecutar 
ond metobolic influences on utilizafion of coibohydiotes, lipids, pro- 
teins, vitomins, mocrmind microminerals, ond nonnutrihve compo- 
nents of food Interochons of these nutrients ond food components 
will be exomined relohve to mointaining heolth. 

0101 (13722) CooneyK. MTuWIhF 9:00om-l 2:00pm 
(PLS1180) 

NFSC468 Practicum in Nutrition 

(1-4) S-E 
0101(13732) Curtis, S Time ond room to be ononged 

NF5C490 Special Problems in 

Nutrition (Ceimlfei;; 

(2) REG/P-F/AUD. 
ftetequistes: HfSC 440 ondpertnisson ol department, fomiedy 
Hum 490. Individuol selected problems in the area of human 
nutnnon. 

0101(13743) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

NFSC678A Selected Topics in Nutrition 



(1-6) REG/AUD. 
0101(13754) STAFF Time and room h) be orronged 

HFSC699 Problems in Nutrition and 

Food Science (Pemfeq) 

(HI REG/AUD. 
Individual inshuchon course: contact deporhnent or insttuclor la 
obtoin section number. 



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SESSION I 



NFS099 Master's Thesis Research 

IFemSeql 
(1-6)REG/S-F. 

Individuol inslruchoii course: conlott depaitmenl oi mstiucloi to 
obtain section number 

NFSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research iPemSeql 

(l-8)REG/S-F 

Individuol instruction course contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section numbei. 



NRMT Natural 
Resources 
Management 

( Ac-,Ric iMTi'Ri-. ANii Natural 
Rhsources) 

NRMT389 Internship IPermKeql 
(3)S-F 

0101(13820) Kangas, P. lime and loom to be aiionged 

NRMT489 Field Experience iPemSegJ 
(l-^lREG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(13830) Kangas, P Time and loam to be aiionged 

PBIO Plant Biology 

(Life Sciknc es) 

PBIOIOO Plant Biology for Non- 
Science Students 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

for (lOfMcience mojon only Hoi open to sWilents who hove 
completed 8101 105 fotmeily SOJH 104 k bosic couise in plant 
biology specifically designed far the non-science student Emphasis 
is ploced on on evoluhonoiy and ecological approach to studying 
tundomental concepts and processes of plants, then place in the 
biosphere, the impoitonce of pinnts to man, ond the monnei in 
which humons import on plonts and their environment This course 
will not count toward grnduahan teguirements for ony student in 
the College of Life Sciences oi hie College of Agncultuie. 
0101(13881) Koines, P MIuWThf 1 1 :00am-l 2;20pm 
(H)P2242) 

PBiOlOl Laboratory in Plant Biology 

(1)REG/P-F/AU0. 

Pie- 01 (Oieqmite PSIO 100 foi non-icience mojois only, 
foiweily BOJH lOS laboratory investigotions far the non-science 
student into the piocesses ond iunchons of plonts, thcii evolution, 
ndaplotions ond ecological roles This coutse will not count lowoid 
giodunhon lequiiements foi any student in the College of Life 
Sciences oi the College of Agncultuie, 
0101(13891) Koines,P TuTh8:00om-l 1:00am (HIP 
11251 Lob 

P8I0235 Environmental Science 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science (LS) foimeily BOJH 711. Basic ecological pun- 
ciples as they lelote to die ecologicol dilemmos of oveipopulotion, 
palluhon, increasing consumphon of nntuml lesoutces, and deteno- 
roting land use ethics lacing monkind todoy 
0101(13901) Koines, P MIuWThF 9:00nm-l 0:20am 
(HIP 2242) 

PBI0399 Research Problems in Plant 

Biology IPemReqj 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtoi to 
obtain section numbei. 

PBI0699 Special Problems in Plant 

Biology IPermfeql 

|1-3)REG/AUD. 
Individuol instiuchon couise: contort deportment or instiuctor to 
obtain section numbei. 



PBI0799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPemSeql 
(1-6)REG/S-F. 

Individual instruction course contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

PBI0899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research (Pemleq} 
(1-8)REG/SF. 

Individual inshuction couise: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

PHIL Philosophy 

(Arts anh F-Eilmanii ies) 

PHItlOO Introduction to Philosophy 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonities (HO) An introduction to the liteiohiie, problems, 
and methods ol philosophy eithei through o shjdy of some of the 
mom figures in philosophic thought ai through on examinahon of 
some ol the control and lecuinng problems of philosophy. 
0101(13968) Norton, S. MTuWThF 10:30am-ll:50om 
(SKN1115) 

PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Humanihes (HO) Ihe uses of philosophical analysis in thinking 
cleady obout such widely deboted morol issues as obortion, euthnnosio, 
homosexuolity, pomogiophy, leveise discnmination, the deoth penoify, 
business ethics, sexuol equality, ond economic lushce. 
0101(13979) Skipper, R. MIuWTh l:30pm-3:10pm 
(SKN1115) 

PHIL250 Philosophy of Science I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Mam issues in the philosophy of science 
Special nttennon to the woys scientihc developments hove influ- 
enced the philosophy of science ond how philosophy of science has 
influenced scientific progress Cose studies of selected historical 
episodes in which science and philosophy hove interacted signifi- 
cnnlly, focusing on the physicol, biological, oi social sciences. 
0101(14010) Kastner, R. MTuWThF12:0Opm-l :20pm 
{SKN1112) 

PHIL308G Studies in Contemporary 

Philosophy: Sexual Morality 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Sexuol Morolily (Philosophy 308G) is on ethics coutse in which we 
will discuss how one ought to behave in a sexual relohonship ond 
what social policies ought to be inshtuted regording sexuol behov- 
lor Questions we will be exommmg include Is the inshhjhon of 
momoge fair to women' Are extrn-mantol offoirs ever morally 
permissible? If and when ore obortrons morally permissible' 
Should pomogiophy be censored? Should homosexuols be ollowed 
to serve in the militory? 
0101(14020) Emeishow,G. MIuWTh 12:00pm-l :40pm 
(5KN1116) 

PHIL328A Studies in the History 
of Philosophy: Asian 
Philosophy 

131 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Ihis doss will focus on Eostein schools of thought thot onginoted in 
India, China ond lopan Using anginal souices and secondory texts, 
we will do a biood crihcol survey o( schools of thought such os 
Buddhism, Hinduism, Confucianism, Inosim, Zen, and possibly also 
Gondhion thought. 
0101(14040) Tnvedi,S. luWTh 2:00pm-4:15pm 
(SKN1112) 

PHI1342 Moral Problems in Medicine 

O (3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: PHII 100, PHII 140, oi peimism ol department k 
ciiticol exominnhon of the moral dimensions ol decision-moking in 
heollh related contexts. Reodings ore drawn from philosophical, 
medicol. and other souices. 

Readings hom philosophical, legal, ond medical sources will provide 
an oppoitunity for the class to debote ethicol issues such as obor- 
hon, birth conhol, eugenics, euthanasia, the allocohon of scarce 
medicol lesouices, oddirtion, genehc teshng, evoluhon ol diseose 
resistont bacteria, the chollenge of oltemahve medicine, considern- 
hons of culhjre and gendei in medical treohneni, ptivocy ond confi- 



denhnlity, the use of humon ond subjects in experimentohon, ond 
mentol heolth tieotment ol the unwilling pohent. 
0101(14050) Dougherty, I, luWTh7:0Opm-9:15pm 
(SKN1116) 

PHI1498U Topical Investigations 

(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (1 4080) STAFF Time and loom to be orranged 

PHlL66eu Selected Problems in 
Philosophy 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

0101(14100) STAFF Time and room to be aironged 

PHI1788U Research in Philosophy 

(1-6)REG/AUD. 

0101(14120) SIAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

PHI1799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon couise. contact depaitmenl oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. Contort department to moke oirangemenls. 

PHIL899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiuchon couise: contort department oi inshurtoi to 
obtain sechon numbei. Contort department to make airangements. 



PHYS Physics 



(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

PHYS1 21 Fundamentals of Physics I 

(4) REC/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physicol Science Lob (PL) Pieiequisile: piemus coofse woik 
in ttigonometry oi MIH I IS The hist port ol o h«o-semestei 
couise in general physics tieohng the fields of mechonics, heot, 
sound, elechicilv, mognehsm, ophcs, ond modem physics. Togethei 
with PHYS 1 22, this generally sohslies the minimum lequirement 
of medical ond dental schools 
0101(14193) Restocff, K MTuWThF 9 30am-10:50om 
(PHY 1410) 
TuThl2:OOpm-2 00pm 
(PHY 3306) Lab 
MWllOOam-llSOom 
(PHY 42081 Dis 
0102(14194) Restoiff,K MIuWThf 9:30am-10:50om 
(PHY 1410) 
lulh 2:00pm-4:00pm 
(PHY 3306) Lob 
Tulh1:00pm-1.50pm 
(PHY 1219) Ois 

PHYS1 22 Fundamentals of Physics II 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lob (PL) Pieieqoistle: PHK 121 oieqom 
lent. A conhnuohon of PHYS 1 2 1 , which togethei with it, generally 
sohsfies the minimum requirement of medicol ond dentol schools, 
0101(14205) Rapport, M. MIuWIhE 9:30am-l 0:50am 
(PHY 0405) 
Tulhl2:00pm-2:00pm 
(PHY 3316) lob 
MWll:00am-l 1:50am 
(PHY 0405) Dis 
0102(14206) Rapport, M, MIuWIhE 9:30am-10:50om 
(PHY 0405) 
lulh 2:00pm-4 00pm 
(PHY 3316) lab 
lulh l:00pm-l :50pm 
(PHY 1221) Dis 

PHYS161 General Physics: Mechanics 
and Particle Dynamics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Physicol Science (PS) Pie- or meqiiisils: MH Ul Ciedit 
will not be giontedloi PHIS 171 andPHYS UUiPHYS 141 or 
loimer PHIS 191 Eiist semester of o diiee-semestei colculus- 
hosed general physics couise Laws of mohon, foice, and eneigy; 
piinciples ol mechonics, collisions, lineal momenhim, rotohon, ond 
gravitation. 
0101(14219) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am 

(PHY 1402) 



MW11:00om-1 2:00pm 
(PHY 1402) Dis 

PHYS263 General Physics: 

Electrodynamics, Light, 
Relativity and Modern 
Physics 

14) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science Lob (PL) Pierequnite PHYS 767. 
Coiequiiite PHYS 7631 Credit wilt not be granted lor PHYS 773 
and PHYS 763 or lormei PHYS 793 Ihiid semeslei of a thiee- 
semeslei colculus-bosed general physics couise Elertiodynomics, 
Moxwell's equations, end electiomognehc woves; geomehicol 
ophcs: mteifeieoce ond diffiortions; speciol theoiy of lelohvity; ond 
modem physics. PHYS 263A is Ihe lob loi this couise. 
0101(14241) SIAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 

(PHY 1219) 
MWl:00pm-4:00pm 
(PHY 3220) Lob 
MW11:00om-1 2:00pm 
(PHY 4220) Dis 

PHYS299 Special Problems in Physics 

IPemReq) 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contort deportment oi inshurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei. 

PHYS399 Special Problems in Physics 

(PeimReql 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiuchon couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

PHYS429 Atomic and Nuclear Physics 
Laboratory 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Ihis couise meets enhre Summei Session I plus the hist two weeks 
of Summei Session II. 

0101 (14255) STAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-07/23/99 MIu 1 :00pm-6:00pm 
(PHY 3112) Inb 

PHYS499 Special Problems in Physics 

IPemSeql 

(1-16) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

PHYS621 Graduate Laboratory 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite PHYS 40S oc eguimleat Design ond peifoimonce of 
ndvonced expeiiments in modem ond classicol physics, Ihe couise 
meets enhre Summei Session I plus the hist foui weeks ol 
Summei Session II, 

0101 (14267) SIAFF 

Meets 06/01/99-08/10/99 MIu l:00pm-6:00pm 
(PHY 31 12) 

PHY579B Special Problems in 

Advanced Physics (PermReql 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion couise: contort department oi mstiuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei Contort department to moke airangements. 

PHYS799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPemReql 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort department oi inshurtoi to 
obhiin section numbei. 

PHYS899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPemReql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiurtion course; contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obmin sertion numbei. 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION I 37 



SESSION I 



PSYC Psychology 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
The following touiies moy involve Hie use ol onimols- StudenB 
who ore concerned oboul the ose of onimols in teoching hove the 
responsibility to contact ttie instiuctor, prior to course enrollment, to 
determine wheltiet onimols ore to be used in the course, whether 
doss exercises involving onimols ore ophonol or required and whot 
oifernotives, rf ony, ore ovoiloble- The Deportment of Psychology 
enforces prerequisites. Students who do not meet course pieiequi- 
sites will be admtnistiotively dropped from the course. 

PSYClOO Introduction to Psychology 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE; Behovioral ond Social Science (SB) A bosic introductory 
course, intended to bring Ifie student inio conloct with ttie major 
problems conftonhng psychology and the more importont attempts 
ot Itreit solution. 
0101(14332) Smith, B. MIumhF9:30om-l 0:50am 
(Z0P1243) 

PSYC2D0 Statistical Methods in 

Psychology IPemReql 
13) REG/PF/AUO. 

Fieiequisite: PSK }00; and MJH}!! or MIH }40 oi MAIH 
220. A bosic intioduchon to quanhtahve methods used in psycho- 
logical reseorch. 
0101(14342) Wonnell,!. MTuWThF 9:30om-l 1 :00nm 
(Z0P1236) 

PSYC221 Social Psychology 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

heiepiiite PSK 100 The influence of social foctors on the indi- 
vidual ond on interpersonol behovior Includes topics such os confor- 
mity, ottitude chonge, peison percephon, interpersonal attraction, 
ond group behavior. 
0101(14353) Spiegel, 5. luTh 1 :00pm^:20pm 
(ZOP 2283) 

PSYC235 Psychology of Adjustment 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

PiewQuiiile: PSYC lOG. Theory and research on the psychology ol 
personol ndiustment in everyday life, with on emphosis on self-con- 
cept, emotions, self-contiol, interpersonol relohons, ond stiess. 
0101(14364) Smith, B. MTuWIhF 11 ;00om-l 2:20pm 
(ZOP 1238) 

PSYC353 Adult Psychopathology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwwijmsite: PSK 100. Oeiit will be gwnled lor only one ol the 
following: PSK 3S3 and PSK 331 oi PSK 431. The noture, 
diagnosis, etiology, nnd ttentmeni of mental disorders omong odults, 
0101(14394) Noknynmo, E. WF 12:30pm-3:50pm 
(MCB120Z) 

PSYC355 Child Psychology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: PSYC 100. Hoi open la students who have comfleled 
PSYC 333. Survey of research ond theory ol psychologicol develop 
ment from concephon through childhood, stressing physiological, 
conceptuol ond behnviorol chonges, ond the sociol and biologicol 
context in which individuals develop. 
0101(14414) Jocobson,J. MTuWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm 
(ZOP 1236) 

PSYC434 Severe Mental Disorders: 
Etiology and Treatment 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieamtes: PSK 200. and PSK 30 1. and PSK 3S3, or pel- 
misilon ol depaitweni Exomines multiple perspechves on severe 
menlol illnesses such as schizophrenio ond the mojor affective dis- 
orders. Integrates the biologicol findings wilti the humnn experi- 
ence of these illnesses, their cultural ond socioioliticol aspects, ond 
Itieir psychologicol, phormacologicol, ond sociol-service tieotments. 
Opportunity is provided for interacting with persons suffering from 
these illnesses. 

0101(14435) Coursey.R. MW l:00pm-4:20pm 
(ZOP 1124) 



PSyC436 Introduction to Clinical 
O Psychology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieqmile: PSYC 200 at equmlenl. Crihcal onnlysis of clinicol 
psychology, with porticulor emphosis on current developments ond 
tiends 
0101(14445) Coursey, R, luTh 5:00pm-8:20pm 
(ZOP 1236) 

PSYC469H Honors Thesis Proposal 
Preparation 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101(14455) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

PSYC478 Independent Study in 

Psychology (PemReqj 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course- contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain sechon number. 

PSYC479 Special Research Problems 

in Psychology (PemReql 
(1-3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contort department or instiurtor to 
obtain section number 

PSYC499H Honors Thesis Research 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0101(14470) STAFF Time and loom to be orionged 

PSYC788 Special Research Problems 

(1-4)REG/AUD. 

Individual insliuchon course: contort department or mstiuctot to 
obtain section number 

PSVC789 Special Research Problems 

(1-4)REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

PSYC799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

IndividunI instruction course: contact deparhnent oi instiuctor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

PSYC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 



PUAF Public Affairs 

(Public Affairs) 

PUAF640 Microeconomic Theory 

O and Policy Analysis 

(3) REG/AUD. 

for PUif mo/ofs only or permission ol depailmenl. The applicahon 
of micraeconomic theory to public policy problems The theory of 
resource ollocahon in the firm ond by the individual consumer; the 
lesponse of these economic ogents to chonges in incenhves; the 
properties ol market ollocohons in competihve ond non-competihve 
environments; the notuie of market failures; and government 
interventions to remedy those failures. 

0101 (14537) STAFF 

l«eels 06/07/99-08/1 6/99 M 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMH1107) 

PUAF650 Normative Analysis 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

for PUAf majais only or peiwission oldepoilmenl The normohve 
or philosophical issues involved in public policy issues: the limits 
ond usefulness ol decision making tools like cost/benefit onolysis, 
problems of choosing, jushfying and using cnterio \o judge a pro- 
grom's success and/or opproprioteness; ond questions of personal 
condurt. Consideration of such policy problems os tariffs, income 
distribution, ond reverse discrimination. 

0101 (14547) STAFF 

l«eets 06/03/99-08/1 9/99 Ih 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMH1107) 



PUAF670 Finance 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

for PUAF mojors only or pemission ol depailmenl. Inttodurtion to 
principles of resource allocohon over hme, role of debt in context of 
chonging sources of governmental revenues, long ond short-term 
debt instiuments, nnolysis ol mixed public-pnvore economic devel- 
opment proieits, leasing, ond the import of borrowing devices. 

0101 (14558) STAFF 

Meets 06/02/99-08/25/99 W 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMH1107) 

PUAF798B Readings in Public Policy 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort depoitment or instructor to 
obtain sertion number. For PUAF majors only. 

PUAF899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 



Individual inshuchon course: contort department or instructor to 
obtoin section number 



RUSS Russian 



(Arts and Humanities) 

RUSS386 Experiential Learning IPemfeql 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Pieiequiiite: pemissioa ol depoitment. 56 semester houis. 
0101(14741) Morhn, C. Time and room to be orronged 

RUSS798 Independent Study 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contort deparhnent or inshuctor to 
obtoin section number 



SUV Slavic 



(Arts and Humanities) 
SUV499 Directed Study ^/"ermSer;) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obtain sechon number. 

SOCY Sociology 

(Behavioral and Soc:ial Sciences) 
SOCYlOO Introduction to Sociology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: Behavioral ond Social Science (SB) The fundomentol con- 
cepts and principles of sociology Includes considerohon of culhjre, 
pahems of social interachon, norms, values, sociol instihjhons, 
shahficafion, ond social change, 
0101 (14853) lengeimonn, 1, TuTh9:00am-l 2:20pm 
(ASY 2309) 

S0CY105 Introduction to Contemporary 
Social Problems 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behovioral ond Social Science (SB) An exominafion of con- 
temporary sociol problems through sociological perspechves, woys 
in which social prablems are part of the orgonizotion of society; a 
deloiled shjdy of selected sociol prablems including social conflirt 
ond social inequality. 
0101 (14864) Zomoni-Moghadom, L 

MTuWrh9:O0am-10:40om 
(ARC 1105) 

S0CY201 Introductory Statistics for 
Sociology 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

PieiequKile: SOCY 100 ond MAW 111 oi equmlenl. Hoi open to 
sludenti who have completed SMC! 23 1. fiVff 324. oiSW 
400 Ciedil villi be gianted lot only one ol Ihe lollowing- MC 
484, Sm 30 1.SMOJ 230 CHK 400 PCOH 32 1, ffl/HS « /, 
CfOG 305. OVPI 422. PSK 200 SOCY 201, IXSP 350 oi Ml 
400. Elementary descriphve nnd inferentiol stalishcs Conslruchon 
ond peicentoging ol bivoriole conhngency tobies; frequency dishib- 
utions ond graphic presentnhons; meosuies of cenhol tendency and 



dispersion; poramehic and nonporomettic meosures of ossociohon 

ond correlohon; regression, probability, hypothesis teshng, the normal, 
binomial ond chrsquoie dishibutions; point ond interval eshmotes, 
0101(14874) STAFF MTuWThF 1 :00pm-2:20pm 

(ASY 1213) 
TuTh9:30nm-l 1:00am 
(ASY 1213) Lob 

S0CY325 The Sociology of Gender 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Pieiequmte 3 uediti ol sodology. Also oHeied os 
IVMSr 325 Ctedit will be giaated for only one ol the lollowing: 
SOCY 325 ot WMSI 325 Inshhjhonol hoses of gender rales and 
gender inequolity, culhjrol perspechves on gender, gender sociolizo- 
hon, feminism, and gender-role chonge. Emphosis on contemporary 
American society. 
0101(14904) Hunt,!. MTuWTh 12:30pm-2:20pm 

(ARC 1105) 

500380 Honors Independent 
Reading in Sociology 

(3) REG/P-F. 

Pteieqaiiile: pemiaion ol depoitment fomeily SOCY 378. This 
course permits sociology honors shjdents to undertake o pragrom 
or rending on a porhculor prablem in sociology or a subheld there- 
in. The reading will he done under Ihe supervision of a member of 
the sociology faculty. Required of sociology honor shjdents. 
0101(14915) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

S0CY381 Honors Independent 
Research in Sociology 

(3) REG/P-F 

Pieiequisite. SOCY 380 foimeily SOCY 388 This course permits 
sociology shjdents to define o porhculor problem in sociology or o 
sublield therein ond to develop a reseorch plon for use os o thesis 
topic. The work will be done under the supervision of a member of 
the sociology foculty 
0101(14926) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

S0CY383 Honors Thesis Research 

(3) REG/P-F 

Pieiequisite: SOCY 38 1 fomeily SOCY 389. Shjdent research 
under the dirertion of o member of Ihe sociology foculty, culminnhng 
in Ihe presentohon and defense of a these reporhng the reseorch. 
0101(14937) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

S0CY386 Experiential Learning IPemfeql 
(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individual inshuchon course; contort deporhnent or instrurtor to 
obtain sechon number. Pieteqaisile' pemission ol depaitwent. 56 
semeslei bouts 

SOCY39B Special Topics in Sociology: 
American Society 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0101 (14950) Hunt.L TuTh l;00pm-4:20pm 

(ASY 2309) 

S0CY399 Independent Study in 

Sociology iPemReq) 
(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon course; conhirt deparhnent or inshuctor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

S0CY441 Social Stratification and 
Inequality 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: 6 aedits ot sociology ot petmission ol depaitmenl. 
lunioi standing The sociologicol shjdy of sociol doss, stohis, ond 
powei. Topics include theories of shohficohon, correlates of social 
posihon, funchons and dysfunchons of sociol inequality, stohjs 
inconsistency, ond sociol mobility 
0101(14972) Peose,J IuWTh9;00om-ll:15om 

(ARC 1103) 

SOCY699 Special Social Problems 

(1-16) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contact deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obtom sechon number. 



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500799 Master's Thesis Research 

lUIREG. 

Indmduul nsliuclion cane: cocDdO deporlment a t^noa *> 
obtwisedion lunbei. 

SO(Y899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG 

lndvoj.3' ■-r:j.-o- i-j.-ii :y^' y.-.c-r' :■■ -:-.:■: •: 

otar ■x-~'T -.•-■^;• 

SPAN Spanish 

(Arts and Humanities) 

The language of nskuctlai In d auses is Sfoi^ wks oiIb- 

Mse noted. 

snmioi Elementary Spanish I 

(4) Kfi/P-f/AUO. 

Aaequse. Ho /lems Sfonek HgfisdalM 1 Sfcni ailr 
giale(iliaS:lisfiS(icclM2SiaiiwtofakJCa 
lieJm Mtf (fm lb ODtK/lkair spedtes (f JjlBEl Mndufoa 
Id tis funlians and dudues of Ae Spodi bqngG^ Mil oi^Ams 
onihe fou sidk oi isleanj. spoiing. leodng and Mifes. 

0101(15057) nraw5ky.C Mlumit9:30Bn-ll:45(m 
UM2 2207) 

5PA)ii02 Elementary Spanish II 

(4) REG/P-F/iUO. 

natr^, liei'sfeaiK a' Signs':, f jra srj;, i 3 'jrcaas 
Old stnidtfes of Ihe Sfunisii biguoge, nidi emphaz on fe lou 
sUk oi iSEnng, speobig. teoAig and MJfes. 
010105068) DegiOMni.F. MUIIinii9'JOini'11:45ar, 
UMZ0)03) 

SIVUI201 Intermediate Spanish 

(4) m/r4/mo. 

con Humonlies (HO) Pmofjisie: SIVI W2 a SfW mm 
ima'alighxtmlleiel3Siaishw»tgnieclAaBaH^ 
sdnof Jnef 4 Sixnis/i »«ft ( or iabK Mot opa b ariK/ttar 
speakeBdSimskfm)erirSfUt203.(atBxiieiiiiaiBl 
of Ihe fanctions and s&udures of fe Spnidi b^flge wtt en^AosE 
on Ihe faif dds of islenii^ speddn^ leaifa^ nd iifeig. 
0101(15079) MjgfcncD.L M|jWI1i9:30am'1l:45an 
UM7 2206) 

SPAN202 Intermediate Grammar 
O and Composition 

(3) REG/PE/AUD. 

COtE: Hunvnlies (HO) Aoa^ise: SAW 20; or /i^ siiDof 
leitlAaStiihaofodedHaBafenisaoDdiiei/aitneuL 
Caequisie: SflUf 207 anl/a Sm 2U. M cpai lo Mfie/tf 
enr speito of Sfunisfi ftn?Hiy SRW 204. ta ndeprh sludy 
and anofjias of seleded gnmnafcd tofis bA enfluss on coin- 
posilion, wnling ond reodiiQ. 
010105091) Ttoiipsoii,t Iu11i6«)pm-9:15pm 
aMZ1215) 

SP4N222 Cultural Difference in 

Contemporar)' Latin America 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 
CORE: UtOTtire (HU l)IVERSnY Unidudai to RpeartaSoK and 
eipiessm in Idin Ameiiai: (ukud staeolyiBk lepesertoions of 
(fifeRflce, fonns of dbuiiwuGuiv sottnte of iBwMU f mIo 
naljand liudillt tnldieslagpigof fteaisLli^^iRljj^jL 

0101 (IS101) FMs, r. MW 9:30cnv12:45|ni 

UMZ1215) 

5PA1I311 Adv^anced Conversation I 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

ftaajusflE: SfiW 707 w SflS'i i' H cf jeTTissm ^ xpcment^ 
Hot open d mn'e, Suw sasokeT a' Sans; ' j—'i' K.^opnent 
of terang md speaking skjls n Spanish. OppDdin;)' !D develop 
Odd fluency improne pranndotion ml inoeose locnliiby 
Infividud ond/oi ^oup aid pesenlatnns. 
0101 05122) Maengo,M. MW6.'00pni'9:15pni 
UMZ2207) 

SPAII38i Experiential Learning (rumkq) 
|») REG/P-F. 

Pw/Ofiale: peiwism d depatmeat. S6 sane^a /on 
0101 05153) SWF fineanlmnilobeonanged 



SPAIHOJ Great Themes of the 
O Hispanic Literatures: Parod)- 
of Love in the Middle Ages: 
El Libra de Buen Amor 

(3) RK/P-f/AUO. 
010105176) BeaiiHteels.C 

bI1i6«)pni'9:15pni 

:m 2207' 

SPAH449 Special Topics in Spanish 
O Crvilization: Pioneer 
Feminists: Women in 
Medieval Castile 
(3)l{G/P-f/AUD. 
0101 05237) Beri»Vessds.C 

MW6K)0;iTh9:15(in 
(JM701I8) 

SPAN699 Independent Study in ^>anisb 
(l-3)ltEG/AUD. 

Inftfldud B sft d w H ause; coriad depotneit or nJiuUn to 
oblDn seUui WHoeL 

snmm Master's Thesis Research 
|1-i)IEG. 

InMud fBliucSon (ooGe: cariDd depvlnetf ofasfcodor to 
Dbiar secSon nriet 

SPAN899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

[\-i) REG. 

IwiiAd M^rtoB OMBe: awtoO di[MiMi< oi wstoKtoi to 
ofakn sedn ndm 



STAT Statistics and 
Probability 

(Computer, .\1.\them-^ticai and 
Physical Sciences) 

snnoo Elementary Statistics and 
Probability 

[3) REG/P-F/AUO. 
COCf: IMhensiQ a Ftnnd Reosiang (K) Aocfnte: (0- 

pfaamreaRorMH flOoTiHOH (15. Msrifatosttdaft 
wklmeamtbeimmianiMiaHaSaamsewH 
OfKK^mieaHim MI. OataifejnlBdfarod^aet^ 
fc Ub^ Mffl ) n > Snr 100. Sinplest fesis oi sMsicd 
hfpoisses^ ^jiptflfoK to BOBip&avffls OBB noncd pv SM' 
ies. nerts^ pKBB ttt (B B W w ^M ws , w dqg MBPCC. noRBfiaD' 
fltties^ rorfdeMB faib. faadMB wntes, eipedGd vdues^ 
metto^, vnince. fesls Insa) en rarics. Lm of loqe ruitos, Kt- 
nnl iDnnirton. EslnniGS v BKH and lonnce. 



0101 05312) SWF 



MVWIIf 8:00iiiv9-i0iiii 

(«fflB0421) 



sur4O0 Applied Probability and 
Statistics I 

(SjRK/P-f/AUD. 

mSllll.Mm,alUniOeAwlie§mtBihiatfcmaHK 
lokmfm4maBB324.tmlmmiis.iwM 
itslilwiwi\ aoKriSk Im d hge ounfaeG oidfBriid fa# 
AeoRHL Soiffag ■eAods, esAnrici poanelECh tes&ig 
d hypodieses. 

0102 05324) SWF MWHW 9;30im-10-iOBm 

CMTH0307) 

0103 05325) SWF HUVWIlif ll.-OOon-12-JOpm 

(MIH 0105) 

S1H798A Selected Topics in Statistics 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

0101(15337) SUfF TfTG and nxm lo be onmged 

SIH799 Master's Thesis Researdi 
(U)IEG. 



ohjjufa—lifi 



SiAim Doctoral Dissertation 

Research 

(l-lll£&. 
IbMhI ittHdn anse: oriDct deportaotf or iKlnidBr to 



SURV Survey 
Methodology 



BtH> 



Social Sciences) 



SURV623 Data Collection Methods 
O in Survey Research 
(3)IEE/AilD. 

Renev d lAuudMi ddD colednri oKimk sed a sumys, 
coKEiM^ oi fa iniiHl tese kdafies kne Ci ie fiily 
d smer dill kUq iWEiKiialem pnperfes, leRfc d 
noHc^oEe ■■ OMrsge em bwv^ d fee berdtoe oi mfljor 
■^ oapaisaB (intohn Menieaiijl IdElfare smqr nd 
gliihiifiljw >■■! ).Mdi*l«<n ti*ifc»Bfeiil 
(liuie^ flkMEftoAto leadSk ifaetf dwiw^m dL). Ihe ddfis- 
fed md sodd siiaKE femiRS on rtETflnRr dfcds ad MTK- 
jfonse, nd meitf ed wrrs in ootopriEHESElBd idefiNre ttet- 
«ie«dg (Cin), aaifglEnssskd peisorri ■terwnq (Cm. 
od oAer Bdhak sah as knlMae dan City (IK) ard Nie 

0101 05481) SWF 

Meets 06/08/9907/29/99 hiTh 5:15(m««)pm 
Off 1208) 
Cause is ton^ in caepfldoBiriii fee Unenfy d JiddgoL 
Odss meets 6/8/99 ■ 7/1 6/V9 from 5:15 to 8:ffllpn nd 
7/19/99 - 7/29/99 him 6:15 to tOO. 

vnaas Applied Sampling 
O |3)lfG/AUD. 

/)4ftjijBBite:stofefcaBDer||Riiedif fee dkfMteart haded 

* I t- - r - ■ ■ ■ ■ ■♦- »■ 

aspeco 01 sn|K oes^L N^HMupoMH^SMfHg 
(■tWiq snpfe MirfMi^ syskflrii; shi^B^ dEleie^ nd^ 
stage od lw>^tase sn^rg Rsfeods), SH^fag idfe profaottf^ 
ties iwpui l i m d to size, oeo soqfei^ h'i'jfewi' senpfia^ mrv 
esteriior^ snnpfag emr estaMioi^ htaoe poUen^ MtR- 
sporce, odastfKkts. 

0101054911 tRdd,IL 

llled5 06/D8/»O7/M/?9 MW5:15pmfl«)pra 
(Iff 1208) 
Case is toi# ■ orptdioi att fee Udiersly d Nidagn 

SUIV699 Special Topics in Survey 
Alethodology iFamteq) 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 
010105501) GniKs.R. Tne aal Kom to be aoirqed 

SURVTH Randomized/ 

O Nonrandomiied Design 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prssfiss: SISV 625. isseatii designs iian atadi ousd titf- 
ences cie sought Qossia]! eipenTBUd desgo «1 be annsssaj 
Mfe gnscipetvnerM^ ewdualoi sltides. Old ofeer ohsenrMid 
stady desigtK. EnplHis placed ■ hn deay iedRS a^ fee 
■taredsltsfedesfei 

qf Modi^ iMIMUIH EpBilBi MB 

010105511) Diiyk(,C tiniS:30prt8:15pB 
(Iff 1201) 



THET Theatre 



(ARTS AND Humanities) 
iHEn 10 Introduction to the Theatre 
(3)tEG/?-r/AUD. 

CORE: liskry or Iheory d Arts (HA) Intadadiori to die people d 
ds dieobe; adorSk (bednts, desigoeis (ad bodcslBge petsonoeL 
Ihe core ond daoderisiG d a |ifay so^ feedbicd fonts otd 
styles: ad Aeahe hstary 
010)05561) Hdcrt.lL MMminiK)0ini-12:20pni 
(1W5 2228) 

THEn20 Acting I 

(3) REG/?-f/AU0. 
ftaEfKie: INET 1 10 arpenesigi tf dt)iBiaert Bex prin^ 
desdodHghihdpi Earmes a>dwd to deidif fee sifr 
deal's cmcBMn^ aaprdn^ seee ad eaofend nenory 



ei-.c :-•:,:': ■.•c~:-^ -cis-Cic.i'ir.c, :--: -e ic» 
arcf ? "e« ■K"'i:..« ~ ■scza^ -.cr-r,':. ~r.'.c yr-j- 
manes of srcr stefes. 
010)05572) IUen.a MMnW 9:30aif1Oi0arn 
(ffl(S1228) 

THET3t6 Experiential Learning (fttwli^) 

(W)Rt6/P-f 
bdndud nsaudnn cone: cooaxt deporftnenf a iblructor to 
djhw sedioa nanber. nwjipjBit' ponssufi cfaefOitoeBt 56 
sertiesferhus. 



mET499 Independent Study fl 
(3) REG. 



ohkaisecfeHamki 

THET669f Independent Stud)" 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0101 (15606) SWF rmeandmmiDbeancnged 

IHE17I9 Master's Practicum tfmli^) 
()4)ICG/AIID. 

InMusI KfeBdm couce: cobIbct deiwlRiaif or oskudor to 
ofalBii secfon ounbet 

IHETTW Master's Thesis Research 

(fvmieq} 
(U)RE6. 



Bousea 

OOlDB SBCBOO Hint 

DIEIW Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 
(l-l) REG/AUD. 

hAndad Bslnidun cause: coolBd departatod or dslMtor to 

obloi secSon nuiieL 

UMEI Maryland English 
Institute 

l.-\RTS AND HU.MANITIESI 

UMQ001 English as a Foreign 

Language: Beginning iPamkq] 
02)5^. 

Irtasne cone for Ihe norHidive spedLGi i^ Englsh »ho hcs He 
or BO preaais kwadedge d Ea^ FooE on fee 1^ iqaejioa 
d fee base fedac d Eb^A gaanoar lad proanridHa otd oa 
speddag oad adetdadig AfleriaB Ea^Uc Riafay ad iiiBg 
oppnpnte to fee lewd al be adaded. Spedd fee toqand for 
das caose. His cause does aot my ocft han^ oay degree at 
die Uanerdy an does ael cnad a fee Rfcidui pbaL 

0101 05671) Cotna^A. 

Meets 06/14/9908/06/99 iniW1bF9K)OBii')2:00pni 
(AK1121) 

MUIinbF].'O0pnv3:OOpra 
(AtC1121) 

0102 05672) SWF 

Meets 06/14/9908/06/99 rnieadnaiitobeaiaiged 

UMB002 English as a Foreign 

Language: Intermediate I 
(fuvJUq) 
02) « 
bdeagie caatse for fee non nrtm yrdterdb^sfawfaohoshod 
sooK pcME Bsaartfon a Eir^ Eapkes Oi aaptong fcaai- 
ag aad ^edag dUkk OB BBleiBg ataraiedde faaMnd 
skBdMS. ad d eifaiai mkddy kdades padD ra 
teabq ad iiiBg apppaae to fee M. Spedd lee K«Kd 
lor feis caase. His OBDe does ad (Biy oA taaaik aay 
de9ee (d fee UdMidy aad does ad (gad ia fee reMiai pbaL 

0)0)05682) Obiiil. 

Meets 06,14/9908/06/99 MfaW1hF9<nDa'12K)0pm 
(AtC))23) 

MUVIhF )A)pn)'l'Oapni 
0UH:1123) 

0102 05683) SWF 

Meets 06/1 4/9908/06/99 Tne ad mom to be anaiged 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION I 39 



SESSION I 



UMEI003 English as a Foreign 

Language: Intermediate II 



H2)S-F. 

Intensive course for Itie normolive speoker of Englisli who lios 
mastered the essenliol structures of Englrsh grnmmor, Emphosis on 
improving communicohve skills for o wide ronge of linguishc sihio- 
hons, on rapid expansion of vocobulory. and on improving teoding 
comprehension and bosic wnling skills. Special fee required for this 
course. This cou5e does nor corry aedil towords any degree at the 
Unrversity and does not count in the retention plan- 

0101 (15693) Lpowitz.H. 

Meets 06/1 4/99-08/06/99 MIuWIhF 1 0:00om-1 2:00pm 
(IWS2212) 

MTuWIhFl:00pm-3:00pm 
(TWS2212) 

0102(15694) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 4/99-08/06/99 lime ond room la be orranged 

UMEI004 English as a Foreign 

Language: Intermediate III 

IPemSeqJ 
(12)S-F 
Intensive cou5e for the normolive speoker of English wtro hos o 
good commond of the basic feohjres of spoken and wnlten English 
Emphosis on refining speokrng and listening skills, on impraving 
reoding speed ond comprehension of academic texts, and on devel- 
oping wrihng skills for ocodemic courses Special fee required for 
this course. This course does not carry credit towards ony degree at 
the University and does not count in the letenfion plan. 
0101 (15704) STAFF 

Meets 06/1 4/99-08/06/99 MTuWThF 9:00am-l 1 .OOom 
(TWS 2228) 

MIumhFl:00pm-3:00pm 
(TWS 2228) 
0102(15705) Gray,H. 

Meets 06/1 4/99-08/06/99 MTuWThF 9:00am-l 2:00pm 
(PIS 1158) 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm 
(PES 1158)0103 (15706) 
Anderson, J. 
Meets 06/1 4/99-08/06/99 MTuWThF 9:00om-l 2:00pm 
(CGI 31 14) 

MTuWThF l:00pm-3:00pm 
(C0E3114) 

URSP Urban Studies 
and Planning 

( ARc;HlTECTL'Rt) 

URSP399I Independent Study IPemReq) 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct department or inshuctoi to 
obtain section number. 

URSP6881 Recent Developments in 
Urban Studies: Field 
Research in Langley Park 
and the International 
Corridor 
(3) REG. 
0101(15789) Hnnno, W. Time ond room to be arranged 
Seminar porticiponts will undertoke individual or smolf^ioup 
reseorch-plus-seivice octivihes in the mulficulhjral, mulhlinguol 
neighborhoods and business areas olong and near University Blvd 
from eost of Riggs Rood to just west of Piney Branch Rood. 

URSP688S Recent Developments in 
Urban Studies: Summer 
Program in St. Petersburg, 
Russia 

(1-61 REG. 

0101(15799) Howlond.M. 

Meets 06/14/99-07/09/99 Time and room to be arranged 
The program will be divided into two gcoduote level courses, Urbon 
Plonning in St. Petersburg (URSP 688S) and Urban Design in Si 
Petersburg (ARCH 678S). The courses ore offered simultaneously, 
with some sessions and field trips conducted jointly. One field trip 
will be to Moscow. US students will work side by side witti 
students from tfie St. Petersburg Institute for Architecture and 
Engineenng, The planning ond orchitechjre students will develop c 
model ond plan for Ihe redevelopment of on historic section of St. 



Petersburg. The plan will include drawings, a model, a finonciol feo- 
sibility analysis and a plan for implemenrahon MCP students moy 
use this foi their studio requirement if they olso sign up for URSP 
688S, Summer Session II. 

URSP703 Community Planning Field 
O instruction and Practicum 

IPermfeql 
(3-6) REG. 

Prefei)i;/sr(es: UDSP 600. UKSP 601, UIISP 604. URSP 60S or 
pemission from rte Piogwm. hi MCP mo/ors only. Fomeily UI18S 
703- Concepts and ideas that hove shaped the profession, current 
plonning issues. Professionol expenence as intern in planning 
office. Weekly seminars focus on proctrcol, theorehcol, professionol 
and ethicol issues onsing during internship. 
0101(15810) Boum, H. lu 7:00pm-9:30pm 
(ARC 1121) 
Time ond room to be orranged Dis 
This course is port one of o 6 credit course, final 3 credits to be 
completed in Summer Session II. Shidenls must sign up for both 
Summer Session I and II. 

URSP788 Independent Study in Urban 
Studies and Planning (PemKeql 
(1-3) REG. 

Individuol inslruchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

URSP798 Readings in Urban Studies 
and Planning IPemReq) 
(1-3) REG. 

Individual instnichon course: contact deportment oi rnshuctor to 
obtain sechon number 

URSP799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPemReq! 
(1-6) REG/SE 

Individual instruchon couise: contact deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon number. 



WMST Women^s Studies 

(Arts and Huivianities) 

WMST210 Women in America to 1880 
O 13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Social or Polihcol History (SH) DIVERSITY 4/50 offerer/ os 
HISI2I0. Oedit will be gianled hi only one ol Itie hllowing: 
WMSI ?( or H/Sr ?/ 0. An exominohon of the economic, family, 
and polihcol rales of colonial, slove, immigrant and honher women 
in America hom preindustriol coloniol period thraugh the eody 
stages ol nineteenth cenhjry industiiolizahon and urbonizofion. 
0101(16707) Lyons, C. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 0126) 

WM5T250 Introduction to Women's 
Studies: Women, Art and 
Culture 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY An exominohon ol 
women's creohve powers os expressed in selected exomples of 
music, film, art, drama, poetry, fichon, ond other literature. 
Explores women's creohflty in relahon to fomilies, religion, educo- 
fion. ethnicity, class, sexuolity, and within o cultural ttodifion 
shoped by women. 
0101(15886) STAFF MTuWTh 11 :00am-l 2:40pm 

(PES nil) 

WMST255 Introduction to Literature by 
Women 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Uteroture (HI) DIVERSITY Alio offerer/ os (HOI 2S0 Ciedil 
will be gionled hi only one ol Ik hllowing: WMSJ 2SS or IHOI 
2S0. Imoges of women in literohjre by ond about women. 
0101(15896) Orlondo, E. TuTh9:00om-12:15pm 
(S0H2120) 

WMST275 World Literature by Women 

O (3) REG. 

CORE Uteroture (HI) DIVERSIIY A/so offeree/ os CMll 2/S. Ciedit 
will be gianled hi only one ol die hllowing: WMSJ 27S oi CMll 
275. Comparohve shjdy of selected worb by women writers of 
several countries, exploring points of intersection and divergence in 



women's literary representnlions. 
0101(15907) Shnh.M. TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH2120) 

WMST325 The Sociology of Gender 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Pieiegmsite: 3 aeiiK ol sooology iko olfeied as SOCY 
32S. Ciedit will be gianted for only one ol Ibe hllowing: WMSI 
325 01 SOCy 325 Institutional bases of gender rales and gender 
inequality, culhjral perspectives on gender, gender socializohon, 
feminism, and gender-role chonge EmphosB on contemporary 
Amencon society. 
0101(15918) Hunt, J. MIuWTh 1 2:30pm-2:20pm 

(ARC 1105) 

WMST400 Theories of Feminism 

(3) REG/P-f/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: one couise in WMSI or a cmise aosslisted wilb a 
WMSI wise. A study of the mulhpllaty of feminist theories which 
hove been developed to explain women's posihon rn the family 
the workplace, and society. Motor feminist writings are considered 
in the context of Ifieit hisloncol moment ond in the context of tfie 
intellectuol tradifions to which they relate. 
0101(15939) STAFF MTuTh 11 :00nm-l :15pm 

(PES 1113) 

WMST471 Women's Health 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Uso offeree/ os //iffl 471 Ciedil will be gmled hi 
only one ol Ibe hllowing: WMSI 471 or //i/H 47/. The women's 
heohh movement from the peispertive of consumensm ond femi- 
nism. The physicion^iohent relofionship in the gynecological and 
other medical setfings The gynecological exom, gynecological 
problems, contiacepfion, oborhon, pregnancy, breast ond cervicol 
cancer and surgical procedures. Psychological aspects of 
gynecologicol concerns. 

0101(15949) Desmond, S MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(HHP 1303) 

0102(15950) HollmoHc,M. MW 5:30pm-9:00pm 
(HHP 1301) 

WMST499 Independent Study: 

Individual Study in Women's 

Studies (PemReql 
(1-3)REG/PF/AUD. 

Indririduol instruchon course: contact deportment or insliuctor to 
obtain section number. Prerequisite: 3 hours of WMST ond junior 
standing. 

WMST699 Independent Study IPemReq) 
(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individual insliuchon course: contoct deportment or rnstructor to 
obtoin sechon number. By permission of insliuctor only. 



ZOOL Zoology 



(Life Sciences) 

The following courses may invohre Ihe use of animals. Shjdenis 
who ore concemed oboul tfie use of animals in teoching have Ihe 
responsibility to contact the instructor, prior to cou5e enrollment, ra 
determine whether onimols ore to be used in tfie course, whether 
doss exercises involving animals ore ophonol or required ond whot 
ollemohves, J any, ore ovoiloble. 

Z00E201 Human Anatomy and 
Physiology I 

14) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: life Science Lob (LL) Pieiequisite: SIOL 105 or egiiimlenl. 

Anatomy ond physiology of tfie skeletal, musculoi, neural, 

endocrine, and sensory systems. Not accepted os credit towocd Ihe 

zoology mojor. 
0101(16015) Kapp.J. MTuWThF 1 1 :30om-l 2:50pm 

(Z0P1243) 

TuWlli8:30om-ll:30om 
(ZOP 0205) Lob 
0102(16016) Kopp,]. MTuWThF ll:30om-l 2:50pm 

(ZOP 1243) 
TuWThl:O0pm4:OOpm 
(ZOP 0205) Lab 
0103(16017) Kopp, J. MTuWThF ll:30am-l 2:50pm 

(ZOP 1243) 
TulAfTh 4:00pm-7:O0pm 
(ZOP 0205) Lab 

Shjdenis must pay a S40.00 Laboratory Materials fee. 



Z0D121 1 Cell Biology and Physiology 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisiles: BIOL 105; ond CH[M 103. Biochemicol and physio- 
logical mechonisms underlying cellulor fijncfion, Properhes of celb 
which moke life possible ond mechanisms by which cells provide 
energy, reproduce, ond regulate ond integrate wrth each other and 
Ifieir environment. 
0101(16039) Compton, R. MTuWThF 11 :30om-l 2:50pm 
(PES 1130) 

TuWTh8:30om-ll:30om 
(ZOP 0207) lob 
0103(16041) Compton, R, MTuWThF 11 :30om-l 2:50pm 
(PES 1130) 

TuWThl:00pnh4:00pm 
(ZOP 0207) Lob 
Students must pay o S40.00 Laboratory Motenok fee. 

Z00L299 Supplemental Study in 

Zoology IPemReq) 
(1-3)REG/P-F/AU0. 
0101 (16052) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ZOOL309H Honors Independent Study 

IPemReq) 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contoct deportment to moke arrangements. 
Old (16063) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

Z00L318H Honors Research IPemfiq! 
(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contact deportment to moke onongements, 

0101 (16074) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

ZOCL319 Special Problems in Zoology 

IPemReq) 

(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indwiduol instruchon course: contact department oc instructor h) 
obram sechon number, Contoct department to moke orrangemenls. 

ZOCL326 Biology of Reproduction 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: SIOL 105 oipeimission ol depoitmenl. Also olfeied 
as WMSI 326. Ciedil will be granted lor only one ol ibe hllowing: 
7001 326 01 WMSI 326 Ihe brology of the reproductive system 
with emphosis on mommols ond, in porticulor, on humon reproduc- 
fion. Hormone achons, sperm produchon, ovuloton, sexuol differen- 
fiotion, sexual behovior, controcepfion, pregnoncy, lochtfion, motet- 
nol behovior ond menopouse. 
0101(16087) Roberts, R. MWF 8:00am-10:15om 
(ZOP 1238) 

Z00L328Z Selected Topics in Zoology: 
Field Research IPemReq) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0101(16097) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

ZOOL609 Special Problems in Zoology 

IPemReq) 
(1-6)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instnjction course: contoct department or inshuctor to 
obhiin sechon number. Contact deportment to moke orrangemenls. 

ZOOL708 Advanced Topics in Zoology 

(l-4)REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact deportment or instructor W 
obtain sechon number. 

ZOOLZ99 Master's Thesis Research 



Individual instradion couise: contoct deportment or instiuchit to 
obhiin sechon number. 

Z00L899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research IPemReq) 
(1-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contact deportment or instiuctor to 
obtoin section number 



40 VISIT OU? WEB SITE AT www.infotm.umd.edu/sumniei 



SESSION II 



Course Listing 



College Park Summer Sessions course offerings are updated daily on tlie World Wide Web at http://www.testudo.umd.edu and http://www.inforni.uind.edu/summer. 
For complete list of evening courses, see page 12. 



AASP Afro-American 
Studies 

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

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Sociol or Politicol History (SH) DIVERSITY Signititont ospects 
of Itie history ol Afio-Jmencons wilti pntticulor emphosis on ttie 
evolution ond rievelopment ol block communities Irom slovery to 
the present Interdisciplinary inttododion to sociol, political, legal 
and economic roots of contemporory problems foced by blocks in 
tlie United Stoles with opplicabons to the lives of olfiet rociol and 
ethnic minonhes in tfie Amerrcos ond in otfiet societies 
0201(00002) Quinn.K. luVflh 10:00om-12:15pm 
(Pis 1113) 

AASP202 Black Culture in the United 
States 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Sociol or Polihcol History (SH) DIVERSITY The course exom- 
ines Important aspects of Americon Negra He and tfiought which 
ore reflected in Afro-Amencnn literature, dramo, music and ort 
Beginning witfi tfie culturol hetitoge of slavery, the course surveys 
tfie changing modes of block creolive enpression from ttre nine- 
teenttnentury to the piesent. 
0201(00022) George, E, TuTh 1 1 :00om-2:40pm 
(IEF1221) 

AASP498E Special Topics in Black 

Culture: Race, Gender and 

Identity 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course focuses on the voiious woys in which race, gender, and 
class • along with other aspects of idenhly - shope the lives ond 
experiences of people living in the United Stotes, We will grapple 
with the woys in which the materiol wodd - the built environment 
and our urban areas in poniculai - rnfluence our multiple identities 
and the ways in which we influence our moteriol wodd. 
0201 (00072) Quinn, K. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm 
(TIF 2101) 

AGRO Agronomy 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

AGR0386 Experiential LearningfPemfeiiJ 

(3-6) REG/P F. 

Individual inshuchon course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number, Pwwquisite: pemissim ol depailment. 56 
iemestei horn. 

AGR0499 Special Problems in 
Agronomy 

(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deportment or insftudot to 
obtain sertion number 

AGR0608 Research Methods 

(1-4)REG/AUD. 

Individual inshurtion course: contort deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obhiin sechon number. 

AGR0799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshurtion course: conhirt deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obhiin sechon number. 



AGR0899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deportment or inshucWr to 
obhiin sertion number. 



AMST American Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 

AMST203 Popular Culture in America 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) An introduchon to Amencon populni cuT 
hire, its historicol development, ond its rale as a reflechon of and 
influence on our culhjre ond society. 
0201 (00274) Mintz, L MW 1 :00pm-4:20pm 
(TIE 1101) 

AMST330 Critics of American Culture 

(3) REG/P-F. 

fimqmte: piioi course in AMSl HISI, oi SOCY. Philosophies of 
Amencon social purpose ond pramise. Reodings horn "clossicol" 
Americon hiinkers, contemporary social commentators, ond 
Amencon studies scholars. 
0201(00304) Thompson,). TuTh 12:50pm-4:10pm 
aiFllOl) 

AMST386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) REG/P-F 

Individual instturtion course: contort department or inshurtor to 
obhiin sertion number. Fieiequisite: pemissm ol department S6 
semestei /ioi/b. 

AMST398 Independent Studies 

(1-3) REG. 

Individual inshurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

AMST418E Cultural Themes in America: 
O Race, Gender and Identity 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This course focuses on the vorious woys in which race, gender, ond 
doss, along wrth other aspects of idenhty, shope the lives aird 
experiences of people living in the United States. We will examine 
the complex relohonships behveen the conshuchon of personal 
idenhhes, the motenal reolihes of peoples' lived experiences, cul- 
tural and ideological meoning systems, and sociol inshtuhons. We 
will grapple with hie ways in which hie motenal world, the built 
environment and our urban ureas in poihculor, influences our mulfr 
pie idenhhes and ways in which we influence our moteriol wodd. 
0201(00318) Quinn, <. TuTh 4:30pm-7:50pm 
(TIE 2101) 

AMST429E Perspectives on Popular 
O Culture: Television Situation 
Comedy 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (00368) Mint7, L. MW 6:00pm-9:20pm 
(TLF2101) 

AMST698 Directed Readings in 
American Studies 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshurtion course: contort deporhnent or inshurtor hi 
obtoin sertion number 



Course Prefix 
and Number — 



Evening Course ■ 
Credits 



Sample Course Listing 



- AASPlOO Introduction to Afro- 
" O American Studies 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 



■ Course Title 



Grade Method — ' 
REG = A-F Grading 
P-F = Poss/Foil 
AUD = Auitit Groding 

MARS Number -, 



Last 2 Digits = 
Course Section 



CORE: Social or Polihcol History (SH) DIVERSITY Significont osperts 

of the history of Aho-Americons with porhculor emphasis on the 

evoluhon ond development of black communihes from slovery to 
the present. Inlerdisciplinory inhodurtion to sociol, polihcol, legol 
and economic roots of contemporary prablems foced by blocks in 
the United Srates with opplicohons to the lives of ohiei rociol and 
ethnic minonhes in the Amencos ond in other sociehes. 



Quinn, K. 



TuWThl0:00onhl2:15pm| ^ 

(PIS 1)13) I ;■ 



Days/ 

MES/ 

Location 



AMST799 Master's Thesis Research 

0-6) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: conhirt depoihnent ot inshuchir to 
obtoin sechon number. 

AMST899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshurtion course: conhirt deportment or inshurtor to 
obtain sertion number. 



ANSC Animal Science 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

The following courses moy involve the use of animals Shjdents 
who ore concerned obout the use of onimols in teoching hove the 
responsibility ra conrart the inshurtor, prior to course enrollment, ra 
determine whether onimols ore to be used in hie course, whether 
doss exercises involving animals ore ophonol or requited and what 
oltemotives, S any, ore avoiloble. 

ANSC386 Experiential Learning fftrmfcii) 

(3-6) REG/P-F 

Preiequisile: pemssion ol department. 56 semester /iou5. 
0201 (00444) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

ANSC399 Special Problems in Animal 

Science IPermSeqj 
(1-2)REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual inshurtion course: conrart deporhnent ot inshurtor to 
obrain sechon numbei. 

ANSC660 Poultry Literature 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

Readings on individual topics ore assigned. Written reports required 
Mertiods of analysis ond ptesentohon of scienhfic moteriol ore 
discussed. 
0201 (00458) STAFF Time and room ra be orranged 

ANSC688 Special Topics: Mammary 
Gland Biology (ftm^ai) 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

0201 (00468) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

ANSC699 Special Problems in Animal 

Science IPermReql 
(1-2) REG/AUD. 

Individuol insliuction course: conract deportment or instrurtor ra 
obhiin sertion number. 



ANS099 Master's Thesis Research 

(PemKeql 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: conrart department or inshuchii to 
obrain sechon number. 

ANSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPermleql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contort deportment ot inshuchir hi 
obrain sertion number. 



ANTH Anthropology 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
ANTH386 Experiential Learning (PemKeql 

(1-6) REG/P-F 

Individual inshurtion course: conrart deporhnent or inshurtor to 
obram sechon number. Prerequisite: permission ol department. 
Pecommended- wmptetton ol advanced courses in relevant svbSeld 
ol anthropology 56 semester hours ForAHIH majors only 

Appravol of Instiurtor Required; check wihi Deportment for Sertion 
(and index) Number. 

ANTH398A Independent Study ffefrnKaj) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual insttuchon course: conrart deportment or instruchir to 
obrain sertion number. 

Approvol of Inshurtor required; check with Deportment for Sechon 
(ond index) Number. 

ANIH476 Senior Research (Pemfeij) 

(3-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instturtion course: contort deporhnent or inshuchir ra 
obrain sertion number for AHTH mojois only Credit will be granted 
lor only one ol the Uomng: MH 476 or AHW 486. h^iiiom 
coum in which sradents pursue independent research into o cunent 
problem in onhirapology, selerted wihi assisffince of a committee of 
hiculty. Reseorch leods hi hie wrting of o senior thesis in unhiropology. 

ANTH477 Senior Thesis IPermPeql 
(3-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indh/idunI inshuchon course: contort deporhnent or instiurtor to 
obrain sechon number Prerequisite UilH 476, permission ot 
deportment for AHiH motors only. Credit will be granted lot only 
one ol the lollowing: iHIH 477 o/ MIH 487. Copstone course in 
which shidenls write a senior fliesis on independent reseordi into o 
current problem in anthropology The thesis is defined before o 
committee of faculty. 



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41 



SESSION II 



ANTH486 Honors Research 

(31 REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual instiuction course: tonloct deportment oi insliottor to 
obloin section number, fmeqmiley. peimiision ol iepattment, 
admiism to Umemty Honon Ptogtam or inltiiopohgy Honois 
Program, for iHTH mo;ofs only. Oedil will be gmled hi only one 
ol rte following: ANTH 486 oi AHIH 4/6- Copslone course in 
which students pursue independent reseorcli into o current problem 
in onltirapologv. selected with ossistonce ot o committee ol foculty. 
Reseoich leods to the writing of on honors thesis in onthtopology. 

ANTH487 Honors Thesis 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course; contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number Pieieqoisltes' AHJH 486; peimission of 
deportment admmon lo Univeisity Honois fwgiom or 
kiltiiopology Honois Fiogiam. for iHJH majois only [ledit will be 
gionted foi only one of ifie following: MH 487 m AHIH 411. 
Copslone course rn which students write o thesrs on the results of 
independent leseorch into o cutrent problem in anttiropology. 

ANTH689A Special Problems in 
Anthropology [famien) 
(1-6) REG/SF. 

Individuol insttuction couree: contoct deportment or instructor lo 
obtain section number. 

Appiovol of Instiuctot required; check with Deportment for Sechon 
(ond index) Number. 

ANTH705 Internship fhmien) 
(3-12)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct department or instructor lo 
obloin section number Pieieguisite: AHTH 101. Problcnvorienled 
internship with on appropnate public ogency or phvote inshtuhon 
under the direction of o foculty ond ogency supervisor. 
Approvol of Instiuctot leguiied; check with Deportment tor Sechon 
(ond index) Numbei. 

ANTH712 Internship Analysis 

(3) REG/AUD. 
Individuol instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obloin section numbei. Pieiequisile: AHTH 105. The piepoiotion 
and presentohon of internship reports; development of skills in 
report wiiling and piesentohon The completion of o piofessionol 
quolity report hosed on the mleinship expeiience. Review of prob- 
lems in ethics ond piofessionol development. 
Appiovol of Instiuctot required; check with Deportment for Section 
(ond index) Number. 



ARCH Architecture 

(Architecture) 

ARCH221 History of Architecture II 

IfermKeq] 
13) REG. 

Fieiegolsile: ARCH 220 or permission of deportment. Survey of 
Westem orchitectural history fiom the Renoissonce to the Twentieth 
Cenhiiy With lonsideiohon of porollel developments in the Eostem 
WoHd. 

0201(00876) Vonn.R. MTuWThF9:00am-10:5Oom 

(ARC 1101) 

ARCH223 History of Non-Western 
O Architecture (Femfleql 

(3) REG. 

CORE; Histoiy or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Survey of architec- 
lurol history including prehistoric and vernoculor; oncient civilizo- 
hons of Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Indus volley; tbe Islomic 
worid; Hindu ond Buddhist tiodihons of Asio; ond pie- Eurapeon 
Afhco ond the Americas 



0201 (00887) Venn, I 



TuTh7:00pn)-10:00pm 
(ARC 1105) 



ARCH428 Selected Topics in 

Architectural History iPemReql 

(1-3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct deportment or instiuctot to 
obtoin section numbei. Ma|ois only Contoct L Vonn foi informohon 



ARCH429 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History fPemiieql 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol rnstruction couise: contact department or instiuctot h) 
obtoin sechon number. Moiois only Contoct L Vonn for infoimohon. 

ARCH479 Independent Studies in 
Architecture 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contoct deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

ARCH628 Selected Topics in 

Architectural History: 
Architectural History iPemfleqi 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: conhict deportment oi instiuctot to 
obtoin section numbei. Moiors only. Contoct L Vonn for infoimohon. 

ARCH628I Selected Topics in 
O Architectural History: Italian 
Modern Architecture (PeiwReq) 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 
0201 (01034) SchumocheiJ. TuTh7:00pm-1 0:20pm 
(ARC 1127) 

ARCH629 Independent Studies in 

Architectural History (PemHeql 
(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Indwiduol instiuction couise: contoct deportment oi insliuctoi to 
obtain section numbei. Mojors only. Contoct L Vonn for infotmotion. 

ARCH678B Selected Topics in Architectiu-e 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct department or inshuclor lo 
obloin sechon number. 

ARCH678F Selected Topics in 
O Architecture: Facades 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0201(01088) SchumocherJ. MW7:00pm-l 0:20pm 
(ARC 1127) 

AREC Agricultural and 
Resource Economics 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

AREC336 Experiential Learning iPemKeqj 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individuol instruchon course: contoct department or instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon numbei. Pieiequisite: peimission of depaitmenl. 56 
semestei bom. 

AREC399 Special Problems 

(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol inslnjction coutse: contoct deportment oi rnstiuctor lo 
obtoin section number. 

AREC699 Special Problems in 

Agricultural and Resource 
Economics 

(1-2) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiucfion course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

ARE099 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contoct deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obloin section number. 

AREC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contact department or inshuctoi to 
obloin section numbei. 



ARTH Art History & 
Archaeology 

(Arts and Humanities) 
ARTH200 Art of the Western World to 
1300 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Histoiy or Theory of Arts (HA) Poinhng, sculpture, ond oichi- 

lecture fiom prehistonc times to the Renoissonce 
0201(01461) Denny, D. MTulfflh 2:00pm-3:20pm 
(ASY3215) 
F 2:00pm-3:20pm 
(ASy3215)Dis 

ARTH201 Art of the Western World 
after 1300 

(3) REG/AUD. 

CORE: Histoiy ot Theory of Arts (HA) Poinhng, sculphire, ond oichi- 

tectuie ftom the Renoissonce lo Itie present. 
0201(01471) Denny, D. MTuVflh 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(ASY3215) 
F11:OOam-12:20pm 
(ASY3215)Dis 

ARTH290 Art of Asia 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: History or Theory of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY South ond Eost 
Asion art hom prehrstory through the mid-nineteenth century. 

0201(01482) Kuo,J. MTuVffh9:30om-)0:50om 

(ASV3215) 
F9:30om-10:50am 
(ASY3215)Dis 

ARTH386 Experiential Learning iPermKeq) 

(3-6) REG/P-E 

Individuol inshuction couise: contort deportment oi instnicloi lo 
obtoin sechon numbei. Pieiequisite: permission of department. 56 
semestei boots. 

ARTH498 Directed Studies in Art 

Histrfry I IPermieql 
(2-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual insttuction course: contort deportment or instntrtoi to 
obtoin section numbei. 

ARTH499 Honors Thesis (PemHeq) 
(2-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indhiiduol instiuflion course: contort deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin section number. 

ARTH699 Special Topics in Art History 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inslturtion couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obhiin section number. 

AIITH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contort deportment or instiurtoi to 
obloin section number. 

ARTH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol insttuction couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi lo 
obtoin sertion numbei. 



ARTT Art Studio 

(Arts and Hu.manities) 
ARTTlOO Two Dimensional Art 
Fundamentals 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Ciedit wilt be gianted foi only one of tbe following: iPTI 1 00, 
APIS 100. mSH 101. oiAPDS 101 foimeriyAPTS WO 
Piinciples ond elements of pirtoriol space examined thiough the 
monipulohon ond oigonizohon of vorious molenols. 

0201(01564) Thorpe,). MTuVnh9:00om-11:30om 
(/«MH 1417) Lob 



ARTT1 1 Elements of Drawing I 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

foimeily APIS 1 10 Medio ond related techniques lo depirt 
slilHife, hgure ond nature. 
0201(01575) Thorpe,). MTuVKTh 1 2:00pm-2:30pm 
(MMH0401)liib 

ARTT) 50 Introduction to Art Theory 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Histoiy oi Theoiy of Arts (HA) Exominohon of contempoioiy 
ort; review of globol, philosophic ond ciihcol positions by the exom- 
inotion of woiks of ort. 

0201 (01586) STAFF MW 12:00pm-3:20pm 

(ARC 1125) 

ARTT210 Elements of Drawing II 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pieiequisite: AflTI I W. foimeily AftIS 210 Conhnuotion of ARTT 
1 10 with oddihonol emphasis on pirtoriol spoce. 
0201(01617) Thorpe,). MTuVnh 1 2:00pm-2:30pm 
(MMH 0401) lob 

ARTT320 Elements of Painting 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Preiequisite: APTf2IO. Foimeily APIS 320. Basic tools ond Ion- 
guoge of pointing. Oil ond/oi wotei-bosed points. Section 0101 
focuses on ociylic poinhng. 
0201(01628) French, C. MTulAfTh9:30om-1 2:00pm 
(ASY 3322) lob 

ARTT344 Elements of Printmaking: 
Lithography 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite: API! 210. foimedy ASJS 344. Bosic techniques ond 
piocesses reloted to diowing, pieporing and printing imoges on litfh 
ogioph stones oi ploles. 

0201 (01668) STAFF 

Meets 07/1 9/99-08/05/99 AITuWTh 1 :00pm^:00pm 
(ASY 1317) lob 
This course is o speciol three week workshop in experimenlol litho- 
giophy tought by visiting Biitish professor Mode ll/ikon. 

ARTT353 Elements of Photography 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisiles: lAPJf 100 ondAPJf 1 10) oi permission ofdepott- 
ment. Intiodurtion lo block ond whrle photography Bosic technicol 
ond nesthehc vocobulory, comeio mechoniG ond dodcioom tech- 
niques. Inhoduction to the photographic messoge ond meaning in 
both hoe ort ond design concept. 

0201 (01679) Tyioler, B. 

Meets 07/1 2/99-08/06/99 MTulffli 1 :00pm-4:00pm 
(MMH 0401) 

ARTT418 Drawing 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (01700) Thoipe,J. 



HTuWTh 12:00pm-2:30pm 
(MMH 0401) lob 



ARTT428 Painting 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Sertion 0101 will focus on ociylic point. 
0201(01721) French, C. MTul*mi9:30nm-1 2:00pm 
(ASY 3322) lob 

ARTT448B Printmaking: Advanced 
Lithography 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 
0201 (01751) STAFF 

Meets 07/1 9/99-08/05/99 MTuWTIi 1 :00pm^:00pm 
(ASY 1317) 
Thrs course is o speciol three week workshop in experimenlol litho- 
graphy tought by visihng Brihsh professor Mode IVilson. 



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SESSION II 



ARTT489I Advanced Special Topics in 
Art: Art and Art Theory 

IPermReql 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

This touise is an art touise for sludenS with experience in computer 
imaging. Students will be permitted to work According to ttieir own 
level ol expeitrse witli the guidance of the rnslructor Adobe 
Photoshop, Ofoto, Fiactol Design Pointer, MicroSoft Word, and 
Quark Express aie same of the software programs thot will be 
explored. 
0201 (01781) Ratnopalo, N MIuWTh 12:30pm-3;00pm 
{ASV331IE) 

ARTT498 Directed Studies in Studio 

Art IPemKeql 
12-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inslruchon course: contact deporhnent or instructai to 
obtain section number. 



ASTR Astronomy 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Phymcai Sciences) 

ASTRIOO Introduction to Astronomy 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science (FS) Oedit hi ASK lOOcmnolbe 
obtained ahei, oi smullQneausty wilh, receiving credit lor any 
astronomy course numheied 250 or fej/iet Credit will lie granted 
lor only one ol the lallowing: ASIK lOOoiASIH 101 ordSffi 
120. An elementary course in descnptrve astronamy especially 
oppiopnate foi nan-science students. Sun, moon, planets, stais and 
nebulae, galaxies, evolution. CORE Physical Science loboratory 
(PL) Course only when taken concurrently with ASIR 111 CORE 
Physicol Science Non-Laboratory (PS) Course when token alone 
0201(01853) STAFF MIulAfThF 9:30am-10:50ain 

(CSS 2400) 

ASTRioi General Astronomy 

(4) REG/P-f/AUD. 

CORE. Physical Science Lab (PL) Credit lor ASK 101 cannot be 
obtained ahei, or smuttaneousty with, receiving credit lor any 
astronomy course numbered 2S0 or higher. Credit will be granted 
lor only one ol the lallowing ASIS lOOorASIl 101 or ASIK 
120 Descriptive astionamy, oppiopnale for non-science maiors. 
Sun, moon, planets, stars, nebulae, golaxies ond evoluhon. 
Laboratory exercises include use of photographic moteriol, 
computer simulolions and observing sessions if weother permits. 
0201(01863) STAFF MTuWThF9:30om-10:50om 

(CSS 2400) 
TuThll:OOam-l :00pm 
(CSS 1109) Lab 

ASTR699 Special Problems in 
Advanced Astronomy 

(1-6)REG/AUD. 

Individual inslruchon course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

ASTR799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual inslruchon course: contact department or instructor to 
obtarn section number 

ASTR899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual insttuthon couise" contact department or inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number 



BCHM Biochemistry 

( Lii I S( ii-\h;i-s) 

8CHM462 Biochemistry II 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Frerequisite: 8CHM 4^ ). A conlrnunhon of BCHM 461 
0201(02050) STAFF MTumhF9:30nm-l 0:50am 

(CHM 1402) 



BCHM699 Special Problems in 
Biochemistry 

|1-6)REG/AUD. 

Individuol inslruchon course: contact deportment or instructor lo 
obtain sechon number. 

BCHM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indrviduol instruction cauise: contoct department or instructar to 
obloin sechon number. 

BCHM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiuctian course contact deportment ot mstruclor lo 
obtain section number. 



BIOL Biological Sciences 

(Lite Sciences) 



BI0L1 03 The World of Biology 

(4) REG. 

CORE: Life Science Lob (LL) Formerly: BIOL 101 and BIOL 102 An 
introduchon to modern brology for the non-scrence ma|ai. Moior 
themes include molecular biology, cell biology, evoluhon and organ- 
ismal biology Relevance of study of biology to modern human life 
will be emphasized Course nol acceptable toward degree in 
College of Life Sciences. 

0201(02121) STAFF MTulOThF 9:00am-10:20om 

(PES 1119) 
TuThl1:00om-l :50pm 
(HJP 2103) lob 

0202(02122) STAFF MTuWThE 9:00om-l 0:20am 

(PLS1119) 
TuTh 2:00pm-4:50pm 
(HIP 2103) Lob 
Lob fee S40.00. 

8101106 Principles of Biology II 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Life Science Lob (LL) Preieguisite: MATH 1 10 plocement. 
Foi science mojors Basic piinciples of biology with special empha- 
sis on argonismic, ecological and evoluhonniy biology 
0201 (02158) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 OOam-1 2:20pm 

(PES 1130) 

TuTh8:00om-11:00om 
(ZOP 0245) Lab 
0202(02159) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(PES 1130) 
TuThl:00pm-4:00pm 
(ZOP 0245) Lab 
Lob fee $40.00. 

BIOL222 Principles of Genetics 

14) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pteteguisites. BtOl lOS, one yeot college chemistry. Credit will be 
granted lor only one ol the lallowing: 2001 213, HOSI 274, oc 
AUSC 201 Principles ond mechanisms of heredity and gene 
expression. Considers plnnl, animal, and micrabiol oigonisms 
0201(02171) Imberski, R. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 
(ZOP 1250) 

TuThFll:OOam-l :00pm 
(ZOP 1232) Dis 
0202(02172) Imberski, R. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(ZOP 1250) 

TuThF11:00am-l :00pm 
(ZOP 2283) Dis 

BMGT Business and 
Management 

(Business and Management) 

BMGT201 Introduction to Business 
O Computing 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Sofhomore standing far 8MCI maiors only Not open to students 
who hove completed BMCI 301 prior to Fall 1997. Bosic literacy 
couise using common business computer-bosed opplicohons 
Considers the role of Informohon technology in the modem workplace, 
OS well as the use of computing opplicohons in problem salving 



0201(02265) Chaires.l. TuTh6:40pm-10:OOpm 
(TYD1118) 

BMGT220 Principles of Accounting I 

O (3) REG. 

Sophomore standing Basic theory and techniques of contemporary 
finoncrol occounhng. Includes the accounhng cycle ond the prepara- 
tion of finonciol statements foi single owner ond porTnership forms 
of business orgnnizahons operahng as service companies ai mei- 
chondisers 

0201 (02277) Ptiodoongsitthi,M. MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50am 

(VMH1303) 
0202(02278) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH 1303) 

BMGT221 Principles of Accounting II 

13) REG. 

Prerequisite BMCI 220 Bosic theory ond techniques of accounhng 
foi manogeciol decision moking. Involves the intioducfton of the 
corporohon and mnnufnchiring operations. Includes cosl-volume- 
profit onolysis and copitol budgehng Introduces the topics of 
income taxahon and internohonnl occounhng 
0201 (02290) STAFF MTuWThF 2:00pm-3:20pm 

(VMH 1303) 
0202(02291) Iyengar, R. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMH 1303) 

BMGT230 Business Statistics 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite MAIH 220. Nol open to shjdents who have completed 
BM6I 23 1, mi 324, at SIAI 400 Credit will be granted lor 
only one ol the lallowing: APK 484, BIOM 301, 8M6I 230, 
CmC 400, KOH 321, WHiS 4S1, 0106 305, OVPI 422, PSK 
200, SOCy 201, UPSP 350, or IIXT 400. Introductory course in 
piobobilishc and statishcal concepts including descnphve stahshcs, 
set-theorehc development of piobability, the praperties of discrete 
ond conhnuous random variables, sampling hieoiy, estimahon, 
hypothesis leshng, regression, decision Iheoiy ond the applicahon 
of these concepts lo pioblem solving in business and manogement. 
This couise does not meet requirements foi monngement science 
and stahstics mojois. 

0201(02303) Alt.F MW9:00am-1 2:20pm 

(VMH 1311) 

0202(02304) Alt,F MW 2:00pm-5:20pm 

(VMH 1311) 

BMGT302 Business Computer 

Application Programming 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BM0I201 or CMSC 102 or CMSC 103 or permission 

01 department Hot open lo computer science shidents. for BMCI 
mojors only Consideis chnracteiishcs of business dotn piagramming 
ond common software development piocesses and prachces. 
Coveis the designing, wiihng, documenting, ond teshng of on effi- 
cient, slruchiied pragiom in visual basic. 

0201 (02325) Choices, J. TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm 
(VMH 1311) 

BMGT3 1 Intermediate Accounting I 
O (3) REG. 

Prerequisite: BMCI 221. Comprehensive onolysis of hnonciol 
occounhng topics related to hnonciol statement preporation and 
extemol reporting. 
0201(02337) HoidyK. MW6:40pm-l 000pm 
(VMH 1202) 

8MGT31 1 Intermediate Accounting II 

(3) REG. 
.mr3/OConhnuahonofBMGT310. 



BMGT323 Income Tax Accounting 

O (3) REG. 

Pieiequisile: BMCI 221. Introduchon to federal income hixohon of 
individuals. Exominohon of lox lows by use of illushahve examples 
ond prablems 

0201(02371) Pontalone,V MW6:40pm-10:00pffl 
(VMH 12071 

BMGT340 Business Finance 

O (3) REG. 



0201(02348) Kedem,A MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 
(VMH 1207) 

BMGT321 Cost Accounting 

(3) REG. 

Pieiequisite: BMCI 221. A shjdy of the bosic concepts of product 
coshng ond cost onolysis for management planning ond control 
Emphosis is placed on the role of the occountont in orgonizahonol 
manogement, onolysis ol cost behavior, stondord cost, budgehng, 
responsibility occounhng ond relevont costs for decision moking. 
0201 (02359) Hicks, M. MW 3:00pm-6:20pm 
(VMH 1207) 



i/tes; 8M6I 221: ond IBMCI 230 ai BMCI 2311. The 
principles ond prachces involved in the orgoniznhan, financing, ond 
rehabilitohon of business enlerpnses, the venous types of secunlies 
ond their use in raising funds, apportioning income, iisk, and coo- 
liol; inteicoiporate relohons; ond new developments Emphasis on 
soluhon of problems of hnonciol policy faced by monagement. 
0201(02393) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(TY0 2102) 
0202(02394) STAFF MW6:40pm-1 0:00pm 

(VMH 1314) 

BMGT350 Marketing Principles 
O and Organization 

(3) REG. 



i: fCON 200 01 fCOH 205 An introduction lo the con- 
cepts ond piinciples of moiketing, including the markehng of ser- 
vice and nonprofit orgnnizahons. Provides on overview of oil the 
concepts in maikehng including relohonship morketrng, product 
development, pricing, promotion, markehng research, consumer 
behavior, inlemalionol moikehng, dishibuhon, and intemol moikeE 
ing to employees. 
0201(02416) Neisnei, L MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH 1311) 
0202(02417) Boos, D. TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm 

(VMH 1311) 

BMGT357 Retailing and Marketing 

Internship IPermHeq) 
(3-6) REG 

Prerequisites: BMCI 350 and permission ol department, for BMCJ 
majors only Supeivised work experience with a him engoged in 
maikehng goods oi seivices Shidents opply concepts leoined in 
moiketing classes and onolyze the film's oiganizohonol shuchiie, 
environment, ond moikehng shalegy 

0201(02437) Wognei, J. Time ond lOom to be oiionged 
0202 (02438) Wognei, J. Time and room to be oiionged 

BMGT360 Human Resource 
Management 

(3) REG. 

The basic couise in human resource manogement includes mon- 
powei plonning, recraitmeni, selection, development, compenso- 
hon, and appraisal of employees. Explores the impoct of scienhhc 
manogement and unionism on these funchons. 

0201 (02449) STAFF MW 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH 1206) 

BMGT364 Management and 
O Organization Theory 

(3) REG. 

The development of monagement ond oigonizohon theoiy, notuie 
of the management process ond hinchon and its hjhjre develop- 
ment. The rale of the monogei as on oigonizei ond diiectoi, the 
communicohon process, goals ond responsibilities. 
0201(02472) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 

(VMH 1203) 
0202(02473) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(TYD1118) 

BMGT370 Introduction to 

O Transportation Management 

(3) REG. 

Prerequisite: fCOH 200: or ICON 205. An oveiview of the tions- 
portohon sectoi, including piovideis, users ond government agen- 
cies. Exomines contemporaiy public policy issues such as deiegulo- 
hon olong with monogeiiol stioregies in transportohon. 
0201 (02483) STAFF TuTh6:40pm-10:00pm 

(TY01114) 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION II 



43 



SESSION II 



BMGT380 Business Law I 

O (3) REG. 

legol ospecft of business lelotionships- Exominolion ot locts ond 
business cnmes, contracts ond ogency. The low of pe^onol property 
ond boilmenf relotionships Survey of public policy issues. 
0201 (02515) McClenotan,W. lulh 3:00pnf6:20pm 

(TYD2109) 
0202(02516) Mcaenohon,W. TuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(nD2109) 

BMGT381 Business Law II 
O 131 REG. 

Pfetequisile BM6J 380 oi pemissm of depoftment The Unrform 
Commeiciol Code including soles, commerciol pnpcr, secured trons- 
octions, bulk soles ond documents of title The low of partnerships 
ond coiporotions Reorgonizolion ond liquidotion under tfie bonk- 
niptcy lows. The low of reol prapetty, londlord ond tenont relotioo- 
sliips ond decedents' estotes 
0201(025271 lewis, P «W6:40pni-l 0:00pm 

(VMH1206) 

BMGT398 Individual Study in Business 
and Management (Femlieql 

(1-31 REG. 

Individual instnjction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number, 

BMGT402 Database Systems 
O (3) REG. 

Pierepiiile: BMCJ 30S oi eqmalenl. Introduchon to bosic 
concepts of dotobose monogement systems. Reloflonol dotobnses, 
queiy longuoges ond design will be coveted. filei)rocessing 
techniques ore exomined 
0201(02549) Speor, R, MW 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMM 1307) 

BMGI403 Systems Analysis and Design 

(3) REG, 

Preieijuisite BMOJ 305 oi equivoknt. Techniques ond tools 
opplicoble to the onolysis ond design of compuler-bosed infocmotion 
systems. System life cycle, tequitements onolysis, logicol design of 
doto boses, performonce evoluohon, Emphosis on cose studies, 
Pioject lequired thnt involves the design, onolysis ond implemento- 
tion of on informotion system, 

0201 (025591 Speor, R, MW 3:00pm-6:20pm 
(VMH1307) 

8MGT417 Advanced Tax Accounting 

(3) REG. 

Pwwquisites: 8MGI3I 1; anil SMOI 323. Federal toxotion of 
coipotohons, poitnerships, fiduciones, ond gratuitous ttonsfers, 
Took ond techniques of toi reseoich for complionce ond plonning, 
0201 (02579) Pontolone, V MW 3:00pm^:20pm 
(VMH1202) 

BMGI422 Auditing Theory and 
O Practice 

(3) REG. 

freiequisile. BM6J 3 ( /. A study of die independent occountonf s 
ottesi function, generally occepted oudihng stondords, complionce 
ond substonttve tests, ond leport forms ond opinions, 
0201(02590) STAFF TuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VA(H1207) 

BMGT435 Introduction to Applied 
Probability Models 

(3) REG. 

Fieiequisile BM0f23l oi permission oi depailment. Stotisficol 
models in monogement Review of probobility theory, Monte Codo 
methods, discrete event simulotion, Morkov choins, queueing 
onolysis, other topics depending upon hme, Guoss, o higher-level 
cotnputei longuoge, will be introduced in the doss ond the students 
will cotty out voiious exercises using this longuoge 
0201(02620) Bodin, L MW2 00pm-5:20pm 
(VMH 12031 

BMGT440 Financial Management 
O (3) REG. 

Pwwquisile: 8M6J340. Anolysis ond discussion of coses ond reod- 
ings leloting to finonciol decisions of the firm. Itie opplicotion of 
tinonce concepts to the solufion of finonciol problems is emphosized. 
0201 (02630) STAFF MW6:40pm-10:00pm 

(VMH 1203) 



BMGT445 Commercial Bank 
O Management 

(3) REG/P-f/AUD. 

herequisiles BMCJ 340; ond ICON 430. Anolysis ond discussion 
of coses ond reodings in commerciol bonk monogement. The loon 
hmchon is emphosized, olso the monogement of liquidity reserves, 
investments foe income, ond source of funds. Bonk objectives, 
hjnctions, policies, oigonizohon, stiuchire. services, ond legulohon 
ore considered. 
0201(02650) Molmquist, D. IuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(VMH 1203) 

BMGT447 Internship and Research in 

Finance (PermReq) 
(3) REG. 

Pieieqoisites. BMOJ 340 ond 8M6I 343 lot 400 level fmonce 
elective): and core lequiiemenls m business and tnonogewent, and 
perm/ssion ol ilepattment Peiommenied finance tno'ioi coutses 
Fot finance moiois only. Supervised, sponsored internship in o cor- 
poiohon 01 finonciol inshhjlion. Anolysis of opproved reseorch topic 
in corporote finonce, inveshnents or finoncioi inshhjhons/mofkels. 
0201(026/0) Kolodny, R. Time ond room to be otronged 

BMGT454 International Marketing 
(3) REG. 

Pieiequisites: 8M0T 350 plus one otiiet motketing couise. 
Motkehng functions fram the intemohonol execuhve's viewpoint, 
including coverage of internolionol morketing policies relofing to 
praduct odoptohon, doto collechon ond onolysis, chonnels of 
disthbuhon, pncing, communications, ond cost anolysis. 
Consideration is given to the cultural, legal, financial, and 
orgonizohonol aspects of intemohonol morkehng. 
0201(02700) Greet, T, MTuVnh 11 :00om-l 2:40pm 

(VMH 1203) 

BMGT457 Marketing Policies and 
Strategies 

(3) REG. 

CORE: Copsfone (CS) Pietequisite: BM6f45l Coieqoisite: BM6T 
452 This copstone couise hes together concepts from oil the vohous 
morkehng coutses using die fijndomentois of shotegic morket 
plonning os the homework Applicotion of these principles is 
accomplished by onolyzing ond discussing coses and by ploying o 
morkehng strategy computer simulohon gome Analysis of current 
business nrhcles to understand the link between theory ond 
reoFworld pioblem solving. 

0201 (02721) Lefi(off-Hog«JS.R. A»TuWTh9:30am-ll:10om 
(VMH 1314) 

BMGI495 Business Policies 
O (3) REG. 

COPi Copstone (CSI Pteiequisites: 8M0J340: and BMCJ 350: 
and 8M0I 364. A cose study course where shjdenis opply what 
they hove loomed of general monogement pnnciples ond theii 
speciolized hjnchonol opplicohons to the overall monogement 
fijnchon in the enterpnse BMGT moiors only All others must hove 
outhorizohon. 

0201 (02754) STAFF TuTh 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH 1314) 
0202(02755) STAFF MV» 3:00pm-6:20pm 

(VMH 1314) 
0203(027561 STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(VMH 1314) 

BMGT505 Organizational Behavior 
O and Strategic Management 

13) REG. 

Intensive review of orgonizohonol behavior theory, and odministto- 
five processes and policy in the business enterprise. Credit not 
opplicoble to graduate degrees. 
0201 (027861 STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm 

(VMH 1307) 

BMGT662 Organizational Behavior 
O and Human Resources 

(1.5IREG/AUD. 

fat 8M0I mo/on only Hoi open to students wlio have completed 
8M0J 660 Key monogement issues hom otganizohonol behavior 
petspechve Orgonizohonol sftuchjre and design, work mohvohon 
and morole, problem solving and decision making, group dynamics 
ond conflict resoluhon. orgonizohonol change, ond cross-culhitol dif- 
ferences in culture ond values. Totol quality management s shessed. 

02G2 (02840) Kresslei, D. 

Meets 07/20/99-08/05/99 Tulh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(Airanged) 



BMGT663 Introduction to the 
O Management of Human 

Resources IPermKeql 
(1.5)REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite: BMOJ 662 hi BMCI majots only. Hot open to 
students wfio tiave completed BMOT 661 Systemohc opprooches 
to human resources monogement in the context of orgonizohonol 
shotegy, as constrained by legal and economic focfois Shotegicolly 
aligned recfuitment and screening systems, troining ond develop- 
ment, performonce monogement, coreer monogement ond reword 
systems. 

0202(02850) STAFF 

Meets 08/10/99-08/26/99 TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm 
(Airanged) 

BMGT6B1 Managerial Economics 
O and Public Policy 

(3) REG/AUD. 

foi 8M6J mojois only Hot open to students who have completed 
BMOT 671 and 8M0J 680 Basic microeconomic principles used by 
firms, including supply and demond, elosficihes, costs, produchvity, 
pricing, market shuchjre and compefihve implicohons of oltemohve 
moiket shuchjies. Moiket failures ond government inten/enhon. 
Public policy processes offechng business operahons. 
02BA (02860) Windle, R, MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Anonged) 
02G1 (02861) STAFF MW6.40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Aronged) 
02G2 (02862) STAFF MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Anonged) 
0263(02863) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Anonged) 

BMGT725 Information Systems 
O Analysis and Design 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pierequisite: BMCI 620: oi BMCI 721. Introduchon to prachcol 
techniques for infoimohon systems and design. Design requirements 
for informohon processing systems. Models and tools for require- 
ment analysis. Cose shidies foi ochrol systems and opplicohons 
0262(02924) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Airanged) 

BMGT726 Distributed Data Processing 
O (3) REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite: BMGI 620: oi BMOT 721. Intioduchon ra distributed 
data piocessing concepts. The building blocks of distributed systems: 
tomputeis, terminals, ond communicohons: the interface and 
protocols that oilow them to fijnchon as on integrated system. 
Mojor cotegones of dishibuted systems; resourceshonng networks, 
mulhplofirocessor nehvorks. and hghdy coupled mulhprocessors. 
0262(02934) STAFF MVil 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Arranged) 

BMGT741 Advanced Financial 
O Management 

13) REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite: BMCI 640. Advanced theories ond concepts undedy- 
ing finonciol decision making in the fiim. Cose shjdies. model build- 
ing ond opplicohons m finonciol theoiy and management 
0201(02945' Isbeig.S TuTh 6:40pm-l 00pm 
(VMH 1202) 

BMGT743 Investment Management 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite: BMGI 640 Methods of security selechon ond poitfo- 
lio management in the debt and equity modcets. Investment ohei- 
nahves, secunhes moikets, bond end common stock voluohon, 
ophons. portfolio theoiy. ond behonoi of stock pnces. 
0262(02955) STAFF IuTh6:40pm-l 0:00pm 



BMGT746 International Financial 
O Management 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite BMCI 640. The lole of finonciol monogement in the 
mulhnohonol firm The finoncing ond monoging of foreign invest- 
ments, assets, currencies, imports and exports. Nohonol and inter- 
nononol finonciol insrihihons and morkets. Open to 6MBA. 8MSB. 
BMiT. BMPM and tM8A students widi 30 credits completed. 

0202(02975) Jong.H. MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Airanged) 



BMG1753 International Marketing 

O (3) REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite: BMCI 650. Enviionmentol. oigonizahonol. and finondoi 
ospects of rntemohonol moilcehng as well os problems of madce^ 
ing reseorch. pnang. chonnels of disthbuhon. product policy, ond 
communicohons which foce U.S. fimis hoding with foreign firms of 
which foce foreign firms in dieii operohons, 
0262(02995) Greet, T. TuTh 6:40pm-l 0:00pm 

(Atronged) 

BMGT754 Buyer Behavior Analysis 
O (3) REG/AUD. 

Pietequisite: BMCI 650. A systemohc exominahon ond evaluahon 
of the Idetohire. reseorch tradihon and theory of buyer behovior in 
the morket ploce fram o fundomenhtl and opplied petspechve The 
cognihve and behovioral boses underiying the buying process of 
individuols and mshhjhons. Open to BMBA. BMSB. BMIT. BMPM 
and LMBA students with 30 aedits completed. 
0262(03005) lorscn, L MW6:40pm-l 0:00pm 
(Airanged) 

BMGT795 Management of the 
O Multinational Firm 

(3) REG/AUD. 

The prablems and poliaes of intemohonol business enteiprise ot 
the monogement level. Monogement of o mulhnohonol enterpnse 
OS well OS management within foreign unrts. The mulhnohonol 
film OS socioeconomehic inshhjhon. Coses in compoiofive 
monogement. 
0201 (03035) STAFF TuTh 6:40pm-10:00pm 

(VMH 1206) 

BMGT798A Special Topics In Business 
O and Management: 

Organizational Change 

(3) REG/AUD. 



0262(03055) STAFF 



TuTb6:40pm-10:00pm 
(Airanged) 



BMGT798M Special Topics in Business 
and Management: 
Marketing Audits 

(3) REG/AUD. 
0262 (03095) Durand, R. Time ond loom to be oiningeil 

BMGT799 Master's Thesis Research 

0-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contoct deporhiient or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

BMGT82B Independent Study in 

Business and Management 

fPemReq) 
(1-9) REG. 

Indmduol inshuchon couise: contoct deportment oi inshuctoi to 
obtom sechon number. By pennission only of the Graduote Directoi. 

BMGT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual insttuchon course: contoct deportment or insttuctof to 
obtoin sechon number. Contoct Graduote Program Directoi to make 

orrongements 

BSOS Behavioral and 
Social Sciences 

( Bi;H.\\ UTR.^L .AND SOCI.'KL SCIENCES) 

BS0S386 Experiential Learning Ifemien) 

(3-6) REG/PE 

Pieiequisile: peimission of depoitment. 56 semestei houts. 
0201(03164) Remy. L Time ond room to be anonged 

BS0S396 Fellowship Program in 

Political Leadership IPemKeq) 
(2-6) REG. 

Individuol insttuchon course: contoct deportment or inshuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number Pietequisite: peimission of depanment ond 
occeptonce of hill-hme fellowship piogicm. CoiequBite: BSOS 346, 
BSOS 356 01 BSOS 366. Indnnduol insttuchon coune. 



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BSOS399 Directed Study in Behavioral 
and Social SciencesfftmliaiJ 

(3-6) REG. 

0201(03177) Remy, L lime ond room to be arranged 

CCJS Criminology and 
Criminal Justice 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
CGSlOO Introduction to Criminal 
Justice 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Betaviorol and Sociol Science (SB) hmdy UUS JOO. 
Introduction to the administration of cnminoi justice in n democtotic 
society wilti emphasis on Itie Iheoreticnl and histoncol development 
of low enfofcement The pnnciples of otgonizahon ond odministio- 
tion foi low enfotcement; hinchons ond specific octjvities; planning 
ond reseoich, public lelotions; peisonnel ond training, inspection 
ond conhol, ditection, policy formulohon 

0201(03228) SIAff MTuWTh9:00om-10:40om 

(LEF 2208) 

COSIOS Introduction to Criminology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Behavioral ond Socio) Science (SB) foimeriy CflM 220. 
Criminal behovioi ond the methods of its study; cousohon; typolo- 
gies of cnminol ocis and offendeis, punishment, correction and 
incopocitotion; prevenhon of cnme 

020) (03239) STAFF MTuVnh9:00am-lO:40ain 

(SKN0104) 

COS200 Statistics for Criminology 
and Criminal Justice 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prereqmles: MAW II I and (COS 100 or COS lOS) o( pemis- 
sion ot depcrtmenl. Introduction to descriptive ond inferential stnhs- 
hG, gtophicol techniques, and the computet analysis of cnminology 
ond cnminol [ushce doto Bosic procedures of hypothesis testing, 
correlohon and (egression onolysis. ond the anolysis of conhnuous 
ond binary dependent vonobles Emphasis upon the examinohon of 
reseorch problems ond issues in cnminology and cnminol lushce. 
0201(03250) STAFF MTuWTh 11 :00am-l 2:40pm 

(ARC 1101) 

caS230 Criminal Law in Action 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

formerly GUS 230 low os one of the methods of sociol conttol. 
Cnminol low: its nohire, sources and types, theones ond histoncol 
developments Behovioral and legol ospects of cnminol ods, 
Clossificohon and analysis of selected cnminol offenses. 
0201(03260) RusseU. MTuWTh 9:00om-10:40om 
nWS0147) 

caS234 Law of Criminal 
O Investigation 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COS 230. Formerly GUS 234, Generol principles ond 
theories of cnminol procedure Due process Arrest, seorch ond 
seizure Recent developments. Shjdy and evoluohon of evidence 
ond proof. 
0201(03271) Bury, R. TuTh 6:00pm-9:00pm 

(TYD2111) 
Time ond room h) be orranged Dis 

caS300 Criminological and Criminal 
Justice Research Methods 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prerequisires: COS WO and COS lOS; o/ir/ one of lire fo/femng: 
COS 200 or SOa 201 or FSK 200 or KOH 32 1 or SMC! 230 
formedy ODS 300- Inttoduchon to the formulohon of research 
queshons covenng cnme ond iushce, reseorch designs, dole collec- 
hon, and interpretahon and reporting in cnminologicol and jushce- 
system settings 

0201(03282) STAFF MTuWTh 9:30om-ll:10am 

(C013110) 



CGS320 Introduction to 
O Criminalistics 

(3) REG/P F/AUD 

Frerequliile COS 231 himedy OIIS 320. An intioduction to 
modem methods used in the detection, inveshgohon ond soluhon 
of cnmes Pindicol anolysis of evidence in o cnminol inveshgohon 
laboratory, including photography, hngerpnnts ond other impres- 
sions, boll5ti5, glass, hair, hondwnhng ond document exomino 
hon, drug analysis, and lie detechon. 

0201 (03293) Mounello, T. MW 600pm-9:00pm 
(TY0 0102) 
Time ond room to be orranged Dis 

CGS359 Field Training in 
Criminology and 
Corrections 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: conhict deportment or instructor h) 
obtain sechon number, 

CGS370 Race, Crime and Criminal 
Justice 

(3) REC/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY ftereijuisife COS 100 or equnolenr Role and heol- 
ment of rociol/ethnic minorities in the cnminol [ustice system. 
Course will provide students with hislonc and Iheotehcol ftomewodc 
for unde5h]nding this dynomic 

0201 (03345) Russell, K. MTuWTh 2:00pm-3:40pm 
(1M2 3120) 

caS386 Experiential LearningfPeraifeijj 

(3-6) REG/PFO. 

Individuol instruchon course: conract deporhnenl or instructor to 
obwin sechon number. Prereqursrie: permissm ol deixrimenl. S6 
semester hours. 

CGS398 Law Enforcement Field 

TrainingfPerm/fei;; 
(1-610REG/P-F/AUO. 

Individuol instnjchon course: contact department or mstiuctor to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

CGS399 Independent Study in 

Criminology and Criminal 
Justice 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: conhict deportment oi inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 

CGS452 Treatment of Criminals and 
Delinquents 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prererjursiles: COS 105 or COS 3S0 or permrssion of rjeportment, 
and COS 300 formedy CKIM 4S2. Processes and methods used 
to modify cnminol and delinquent behavior 
0201(03371) STAFF MTuWTh 2:00pm-3 40pm 

(S0H1103) 

CGS699 Special Criminological 
Problems 

(1-3)REG/AUD 

Individual inshuchon course: contact deportment or inshuflor to 
obhiin section numbei. 

CGS799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruction course contact deporhnenl or instructor to 
obtoin section number, 

COS899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 
Individual instruchon course, conhict deportment or instnictor to 
obhiin sechon number. 



CHEM Chemistry 

(Life Sc:it.NCFs) 

CHEM103 General Chemistry I 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

com Physrial Science lob (PL) Preieriursrte: placemenl in MAIH 
1 10 Of higher Secommended placemenr m MAW I IS or hrgher. 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol the lollomng: CHIM 102. 
CHIM 103 CHCM lOS. CHIM 10? , CHIM III, CHIM 143 The 
hrst semester of a chemistry sequence intended for shjdents whose 
cumculo require o yeor or more of chemishy The nohire ond com- 
posihon of motter, chemicol colculohons, elements ond inorgonic 
compounds (edure, discussion ond loboratory meehng hmes will 
be orronged between 8:00om and 1 2 20pm Mondoy through 
Fridoy The first doss meeting will be lectuie 
0231(03444) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00oml 2:20pm 

(CHM1402) 
Time and room to be ononged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50am 
(CHM 2201) Dis 
0232(03445) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2.20pm 

(CHM 1402) 
Time and room to be arranged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om 
(CHM 0122) Dis 

CHEM103M General Chemistry liPermKeq) 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Physical Science lob (PL) Prerequisite plocement in MATH 
1 1 or higher Recommended: placement m MATH 1 1 5 oi higher 
Credit will be granted for only one of the following: CHf M 1 02, 
CHEM 103, CHEM 105,CHEM 107, CHEM 111, CHEM 143, 
0231(03461) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1402) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHM 2201) Dis 
0232(03462) SIAFF MTuWThF ll:00am-12:20pm 

(CHM 1402) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHM 0122! Dis 
Discussion meehng hmes will be 9:30 a.m. Mondoy through 
Fiidoy Prerequisite: CHEM 103 token at UMCP within twelve 
months of the semester which CHEM 1 03M is token. A shjdent is 
eligible to toke this course only if the lab scores received in CHEM 
1 03, the lost hme it was token, tohiled at leosl 80 percent of 
the maximum possible toMl These scores will count for port of the 
grade in CHEM 103M 

CHEH104 Fundamentals of Organic 
and Biochemistry 

(4) REG/PF/AUO. 

CORE: (jfe Science Lob (LL) Prereqarsite: CHIM 103 or CHM 105 
Credit will be granted lor only one ol the lollomng. CHIM 104 or 
CHIM 233 ior CHEM 2351 Intended foi shjdents whose curricula 
require one yeor of chemishy. Shjdents rerjumng two or more 
yeors of chemistry should register for CHEM 233 or CHEM 235 
The chemistry of carbon oliphoric compounds, aromohc com- 
pounds, stereochemistry, bolides, amines, ond amides, ocids, 
esters, corbohydrates, ond nohiral products Lechjre, discussion ond 
laboratory meehng hmes will be arranged between 8:OOom and 
1 2:20pm Monday through Fndoy 

0261(03472) Gnm,S. MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHE 2140) 

Time and room to be anonged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50am 
(CHE 2140) Dis 

The first doss meehng will be lechire. 

CHEMl 1 3 General Chemistry II 

(4) REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Physical Science Lob (PL) Preregursrte CHCM 103 or CHCM 
105. Credit wril be granted lor only one ol dre following CHM 
1 13 Of CHCM 1 15 Kmencs; homogeneous, heterogeneous, and 
ionic equilibno; oxidahoiHeduchon, electrochemistry; chemishy of 
the elements Lecture, discussion and loboratory meehng rimes will 
be arranged between 8 OOom ond 12:20pm Monday through 
Fndoy. The hrst doss will be lechite, 
0241(03498) STAFF MTuWThF )l:00om-12:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00am-10:50am 
(JMP 1109) Dis 
0242(03499) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time ond room to be arranged Lob 



MTuWThF 8:00om-10 50om 
(CHM0128)0is 
0243(03500) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 
Time and room to be arranged Lob 

MTuWThF BOOom-IOSOom 
(ECROllO)Dis 

CHEM113M General Chemistry UiPermHeql 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Physical Science Lob (PL) Prerequisite: CHIM 103 or CHIM 
105 Credit will be granted for only one ol the following: CHIM 
113 or CHIM US. 

0241(03515) STAFF MTuWThF )l:00om-12:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am 
(IMP 1109) Dis 
0242(03516) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 14071 

MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 
(CHM 01 281 Dis 
0243(03517) STAFF MTulffliF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(EGROllO)Dis 
0244(03518) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(CHM 1407) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHM 01 24) Dis 
Discussion meehng times will be 9:30 am. Mondoy through 
Friday Prerequisite CHEM 1 13 raken ol UMCP within twelve 
months of the semester which CHEM 1 1 3M is token A shjdent is 
eligible to toke this course only if rhe lob scores received in CHEM 
1 1 3, the last hme it wos token, totoled ol leost 80 percent ot 
the maximum possible toMl. These scores will course for port of 
thegrodeinCHEM113M. 

CHEM233 Organic Chemistry I 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: CHIM 1 13 or CHIM 153. Credit will be granted for 
only one ol die following: CHIM 104. CHIM 233. CHIM 255 
The chemistry of cadjon: oliphohc compounds, aromohc com- 
pounds, stereochemistry, orenes, bolides, olcohols, esters, and 
spectroscopy Lecture, dscussion ond loborotory meehng hmes will 
be arranged between 8:00om and 1 2:20pm Monday through 
Fndoy The first class will be lecture. 
0271(03535) STAFF MTuWThF ll:00om-12:20pm 

(CHE 2108) 
Time and room to be ononged lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10 SOom 
(EGR 1110) Dis 
0272(03536) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2 20pm 

(CHE 2108) 
Time and room to be ononged Lob 

MTuWThF 8:00om-10:50om 
(EGR 31 14) Dis 

CHEM233M Organic Chemistry lifamteq) 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite CHIM 1 13 or CHIM I S3 Credit will be granted for 
only one of die followrng CHIM 104. CHiM 231 CHCM 255 
Discussion meehng hmes will be 9 30 am Mondoy through Fndoy. 
Prarequisite: CHEM 233 token at UMCP within twelve months of 
the semester in which CHEM 233M is hiken A shjdent is eligible 
to take this course only i Ihe lob scores received in CHEM 233, 
the lost hme it was hiken, totolled ot least 80 percent of the 
maximum possible hinl. These scores will count for part of Ihe 
grade in CHEM 233M. 
0271(03553) STAFF MTuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 

(CHE 2108) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(EGR 1110) Dis 
0272(03554) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(CHE 2108) 

MTuWThF 9:30am-10:50om 
(EGR 31 141 Dis 

CHEM243 Organic Chemistry II 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisire CHIM 233 with a grade ot C or better Credit will be 
granted lor only one ol the lollowing CHCM 243 or CHiM 247 A 
conrinuorion of CHEM 233 with emphosis on molecular stracture; 
subshtuhon reochons; corbonium ions; oramohcity; syntheric 
processes; mocrofliolecules Lechire ond loborolory meehng hmes 
will be orranged behneen 8:00am and 12:20pm Mondoy through 
Fnday The first doss meehng will be lechire. 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION II 



45 



SESSION II 



0281(03568) SWF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 
Time and room to be orranged Lob 

MTumhF8:00om-10:50om 
(PHY 1219) Dis 

0282(03569) STAFF MTuWIhF I1:00om-I2;20pm 

(PHY 1412) 
Time ond room to be orronged lob 

MIuWThF 8:OOom-10:50om 
(CHM0119)0is 

0283(03570) STAFF MTuWTbF II :00om-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 
Time and room to be orronged Lab 

«TuWThF8:00nm-l 0:50am 
(CHM0115)Dis 

0284(03571) STAFF WTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 
Time ond loom to be orronged Lab 

MIuWTbF8:OOam-IO:50om 
(CSS 2352) Dis 

CHEM243M Organic Chemistry II (FermHeql 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pieiequisite: CHIM 233 mtti o gwde ol C or bene:. Cwdil will be 
gmted loi only one of tie hllowing: [HIM 243 or CHIM 247- 
Pieieqoisite: CHEM 243 token at UMCP within twelve months of 
the semester in which CHEM 243M is token. A student is eligible 
to toke this (ouise only i the lob scores received in CHEM 243, 
the lost hme it was token, totolled ot leost 80 percent of the 
maximum possible total These scores will count for part ot the 
giode in CHEM 243M, 
0281(03587) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00nm-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 

MTumhF9:30om-l 0:50am 
(PHY 1219) Dis 
0282(03588) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 

MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CHM0119)Dis 
0283(03589) STAFF MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 

MTuWThF 9:30oml 0:50am 
(CHM0115)Dis 
0284(03590) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(PHY 1412) 

MIuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(CSS 2352) Dis 

CHEM398 Special Projects IPemKeql 
(2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Ind'ividuol instruchon course: contact department or instiuctoi to 
obloin sechon number. 

CHtM399 Introduction to Chemical 

Research IPermKeql 
(l-3)REG/PF/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct department or instructor to 
obtoiti section number Reseaich plans must be approved by Dr. 
Bcrkowitz before registration, 

CHEM699 Special Problems in 
Chemistry 

(I-6IREG/AU0. 

Individual instiuction course: contact deportment oi insttuctoi to 
obtain section number, 

CHEM799 Master's Thesis Research 

11-6) REG. 

Wnnduol instiuction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

CHEM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contact deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number 



CHIN Chinese 



(Arts .^nd Humanities) 

CHINI 02 Elementary Spoken Chinese 

(PemKeql 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pwwqunite: CHIH Wl oiegumlenl. Hon-waiois admined only 
aflei a plmement inteniew. Conhnued study of grommoticol pot- 
tems ond vocobulory buildup with particular emphosis on conveisa- 
hon, Moy be taken in conjunction with CHIN 1 03 
0201(03728) Blown, W MIuWThF 11 OOom-l 2:20pm 
(IMZI226) 

CHINI03 Elementary Written Chinese 

(PemKeql 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwiequiiite: CHIH 101 or eqmolenl. NoiHno/ors admilted only 
aftei a phcemenl inlmiew. Conhnued study of grammohcal pat- 
tems ond buildup of vocabulary with porhculoi emphasis on leoding 
ond wrihng, Moy be token in conjunchon with CHIN 102. 
0201(03738) Blown, W MTuWThF 9:30om-IO:50am 
(1MZ1226) 

CHIN2I 3 Chinese Poetry into English: 
O An Introduction 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 
CORE: liteioture (HL) DIVERSITY Issues in the interculhirol and 
interlingual interpretahon ol foreign literature through the shjdy ot 
Western hanslahons of and scholorship on selected Chinese poets. 
No knowledge of Chinese required, 
0201 (03749) Tan, D, TuTh 6:00pm-9:20pm 

(IMZ 0220) 

CHIN499 Directed Study in Chinese 

(PemPeq) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contact department or instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 



CHPH Chemuul PhysKS 

(Computer, Matheiiiatical and 
Physical Sciences) 

CHPH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instrudion couise: contoct deportment oi inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number. 

CHPH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: conloct deporhnent oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon number 



CLAS Classics 



(Arts and Humanities) 

CLAS170 Greek and Roman 

Mythology 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: LiteraUire (HL) Taught in English, no prerequisite: cannot be 
token for language credit This course is paihculaily lecommended 
foi shidents planning to moior in foreign longuoges, English, histo- 
ry, the hne orts, or journalism. 
0201(03864) House, V. MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 
(MMH 3418) 

CIAS799 Master's Thesis Research 

(PeimPeql 
(1-6) REG/S-F. 

0201 (03884) Hallett, I. Time ond loom to be aiionged 



CMLT Comparative 
Literature 

(Arts and Humanities) 
CMIT270 Global Literature and 
O Social Change 

(3) REG. 

CORE: Uteiotuie (HL) DIVERSITY Comporahve shjdy ol literohire 
through selected literaiy walks fiom several non-Westem cultures, 
viewed crass<ultaiolly in light ot pnrticulai sociol, political, ond eco- 
nomic perspechves. 
0201(03935) Cieply,S. Tulh6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH1101) 

CMLT275 World Literature by Women 

O 13) REG. 

CORE: Jlerahjre (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered as WMSf 27S. 
Ciedit will be gwnled hi only one ot the following: CMIJ 27S ot 
IV/USf ?/5. Comporahve shidy ol selected works by women wiit- 
eis of several countnes, explonng points of inteisechon and divei- 
gence in women's liteiory repiesentahons. 
0201(03946) Voloshen, L MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 0102) 

CMLT386 Experiential Learning (PemPeq) 
(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individual instiuction couise: contoct deportment oi inshuctoi to 
obtain sechon number Pieieqoisite: permission of deportment 56 
semester /lours. 

CMLT699 Independent Study (PermPeql 
11-6) REG. 

Individual insliuchon course: contact department oi instructor to 
obtoin sechon numbei. 

CMLT78B Practicum in Comparative 

Studies IPermlleql 
11-6) S-E 

Individuol instiuchon couise: conloct deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtoin section number. 

CMLT799 Master's Thesis Research 

11-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact department or instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 

CMLT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon couise: contoct deportment oi instructor \o 
obtoin section number 

CMSC Computer Science 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

CMSC386 Experiential Learning (Permteql 

(3) REG/P-F 

Individual instruchon course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain sechon numbei Pieiequisite peimssion oldepoitmenl. S6 
semester boors. Whiten peimission of inshuctoi must be obtained 
in odvance on department form. 

CMSC386C Experiential Learning IPermHeql 

13-6) REG/P-E 

Prerequisite: permission ol depoitment. 56 semester boors 
0201 (04220) STAFF Time ond room to be oiionged 

CMSC390 Honors Paper (PermHeql 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon couise: contact department or inshuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number Prerequisite: odmission to CMSC WonofS 
Progiom. Special shidy oi research directed toward preporahon of 
honors paper. 



CMSC411 Computer Systems 

Architecture IPermKeqj 
13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pierequisites: o gtade of C or bettei in CMSC 311 ond CMSC 330; 
or CMSC 400: ond peimission ot department; or CMSC gioduate 
student Input/output pracessors ond techniques, Inho-system com- 
municohon, buses, caches. Addressing ond memory hierorchies. 
Microprogramming, parallelism, ond pipelining, 
0201(04302) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(CLB0102) 

CMSC451 Design and Analysis of 

Computer Algorithms (Permtleql 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Preiequisites: a giode ol C ot bettei in CMSC 214 and a giade of C 
01 bettei in CMSC 25 1, ond peimission ol deportment 
Fundamental techniques for designing efficient computer algo- 
rithms, proving theii coiiecfness, ond onolyzing their complexity. 
General topics include sorting, selechon, graph algorithms, ond 
basic algorithm design poradigms (such os dividfand<anquei, 
dynomic piogramming and greedy algorithms), lower bounds ond 
NP-completeness. 
0201(04312) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30nm-1 0:50am 

(EGR2107) 

CMSC498A Special Problems in 

Computer Science iPemHeql 

11-3)REG/P-f. 

Indhiiduol inshuchon couise: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

CMS098A Graduate Seminar in 

Computer Science iPermHeq) 

(1-31 REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: contoct deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 

CMS099 Master's Thesis Research 

(PermReql 
11-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact department or inshuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

CMSC818A Advanced Topics in 

Computer Systems IPermlleql 
11-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: conloct deportment or inshuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 

CMSC828A Advanced Topics in 

Information Processing 

IPermHeql 
11-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol insriuchon couise: conloct deportment oi inshuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

CMSC838A Advanced Topics in 

Programming Languages 

IPermPeql 
(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contact department or inshuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

CMSC858A Advanced Topics in Theory 

of Computing IPermSeql 
(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon couise: contoct deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei, 

CMSC878A Advanced Topics in 

Numerical Methods iPermKeq) 

11-3) REG/AUD, 

Individuol inshuchon couise: contact deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtoin sechon number 

CMSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPermHeql 
11-8) REG. 

Individual inshuchon course: contact deportment or inshuctor to 
obloin sechon number 



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COMM Communication 



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C0MM107 Oral Communication: 
O Principles and Practices 

(3) REG/PF, 

Nol open to iludents who tare completed COMM 100 ot SFCH 
100. Oedit will be gionted lot only one ol Itie lolhwing: COMM 
100 01 COMM W 01 SFCH 100 oi SFCH 10/ hmeily SFCH 
107. A study of ond protticc in oral communication, including 
pnnciples ol interviewing, gioup discussion, listening, infoimotive 
briefings, ond persuosivc speeches. 

0201 (04968) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9;50pm 

(PLSII46) 

0202(04969) STAFF TuTti 6;30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS 1146) 

COMM324 Communication and Gender 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DlVERSiry formerly SFCH 324 The creohon of imoges ol mole 
ond femole, ond mosculine ond feminine, through communicohon, 
the differences in mole ond femole communicohon behaviors ond 
styles, ond the implicahons ol those imoges ond styles for mole- 
lemole honsochons. 
0201(05001) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(PIS 1111) 

C0MM399 Honors Thesis IPemHeql 
131 REG/P-F/AUO. 

0201 (05033) STAFF Time ond room to be oironged 

COMM489 Topical Research rCerraSeiiJ 

(1-3) REG. 

Indiyiduol instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

COMM798 Independent Study 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contact deportment ot instructor to 
obtain sechorr number. 

C0MM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruchon course' contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

COMM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-F 

Individual instruction course' contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 



CONS Sustainable 
Development & 
Conservation Biology 

( Ln-E Sciences) 

CONS609 Special Topics in 

Conservation Biology 

(1-3)REG/S-F 

0201 (05151) Inouye, D. Time and room to be arranged 

C0NS798 Research Papers in 

Sustainable Development 
and Conservation Biology 

IPsmReql 
11.4)REG/S-F 

0201 (051 62) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 



COOP Cooperative 
Education Program 

(UNI)ER(iRADU.'\TE STUDIES) 

CDOP098 Summer Co-Op Work 
Experience 

(No credit) S-F 

Permission of Ccrtp Cooidinotor repaired. Obtoin signoture ond 
more informohon ot the Coreer Center, 1102 Holzopfel Holl For 
speciol fees, see the finonciol informohon sechon of the Schedule 
ol Classes. 
0201(05213) NeflerdorT, C Time ond room to be orronged 

ECON Economics 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 

EC0N200 Principles of Micro- 
O Economics 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Behovroral ond Sociol Science (SB) Frerer)iiisrlt MAIH 1 10 
or placement in MAIH 115 or above. It is recommended thot 
itodents complete ICOH 200 before Wkiag ICOH 201 Credit will 
be gronted tor only one ol die following: KOH 200 oi KOH 203. 
formerly fCOM 203. This course emphosizes the behavior of 
individual consumers ond business firms, problems of internohonol 
hade ond finortce, the dislhbufion of income, policies lor eliminoling 
poverty and dischminohon, the problems ot cnvironmentol pollution, 
ond the impact ol different morket shudures upon economic octivily. 

0201(05376) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:45pm 

aiFllOl) 

0202(05377) STAFF MTuWThF 9:00am-10:45om 

(TYD2102) 

0203(05378) STAFF TuWTh 6:30pm-9:25pm 

{TY01102) 

EC0N201 Principles of Macro- 
O Economics 

(41 REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Behoviorol and Social Science (S6) Frereqursite MATH I W 
or placement in MAIH llSorobove. It is recommended diot stu- 
dents complete ICOH 200 befoie taking fCOH 201. Credit will be 
granted for only one of die following: fCOH 20 1 or ICOH 205. An 
introduchon to the problems of unemployment, inflofion, ond eco- 
nomic growth. Emphosis on roles of monetoty ond fiscol policy in 
the conduct of mocroeconomic policy. The efficocy of wage ond 
price conhols is onolyzed, 
0201(05391) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:45nm 

(TYD2109) 
0202(05392) STAFF MTuWhF 10:00om-ll:45om 

fffD2109) 
0203(05393) STAFF MTuW 6:30pm-9:25pm 

(IFF 2166) 

ECON305 Intermediate Macroeconomic 
O Theory and Policy 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frereguisites: ECON 200; and KOH 201: and MAIH 220 Ctedit 
will be granted far only one of tbe following: ICOH 305 or tCOH 
405. formerly ICON 401 Analysis of the delerminohon of notional 
income, employment, and pnce levels. Discussion ol consumphon, 
investment, inflohon, and govemment hscol and monetorv policy 
0201 (05404) STAFF TuTh 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(TYD0102) 

ECON306 Intermediate Microeconomic 
O Theory 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Preieguisites: ICOH 200: and tCOH 201; and MAIH 220 
tarmerly fCOH 403 Analysis of the theones of consumer behavior 
and of the hrm, morket systems, distribuhon theory and the role of 
externolihes 
0201 (05416) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(TVDOlOl) 
0202(05417) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(SQH1117) 

EC0N386 Experiential Learning 

(3-6) 8EG/P-F. 

Frereqaisde: permission ol department 56 semester boars. 
0201 (05438) Wollis, J. Time and room to be orranged 



EC0N399 Individual Reading and 
Research For 
Undergraduates IFermHeql 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct department ot instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. Prere{)uisite: six hours of upper dniision 
economics courses. 

EC0N425 Mathematical Economics 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Fierequisites: ICOH 305 ot fCOH 405. ond ICOH 306 or FCOH 
406, and MAIH 220 or equivalent Mothemohcol developments ol 
theory of household ond hrm, general equilibnum ond welfare 
economics, morket imperfechons, ond role of informohon. 
0201(05450) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(SQmi21) 

ECON440 International Economics 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 



Frerequisites: fCOH 200 and ICOH 201. Ciedil will b 
only one ol the lallowing: fCOH 440 or fCOH 441 k deschphon 
of internohonol trade and the onolysis of intemohonol tronsoctions. 
exchonge rotes, ond balance of poyments. Analysis of policies ol 
protechon, devoluofion, ond exchange rate stobilizohon ond their 
consequences. 
0201 (05471) STAFF MW 6:30pm-9:50pm 

(TYD2102) 

EC0N799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indhhduol insttuction course: contact deportment or inshuctor to 
obhiin sechon number. 

EC0N899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 



EDCI Curriculum and 
Instruction 

(Education) 

EDCI298 Special Problems in Teacher 

Education IPermReql 
(1-6)REG/P-E/AUD. 
0201 (05545) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

EDCI390 Principles and Methods of 
Secondary Education 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frerequisites: admission to teacber education program; and 2.5 
OFA Corequisites: fOHB 413 and fOHD 420. fot education mojots 
only. Pnnciples and methods of teaching in junior ond senior high 
schools. Instruchonal problems common to all ol the subject fields, 
considered in relohon to the needs and interests ol youth, sociol 
problems and the cenhol values of society. 
0201(05586) Munyer,]. MW 1 2:20pm-3:40pm 
(EDU1315) 
Time ond room to be orronged lob 

EDCI434 Methods of Teaching English 
to Speakers of Other 
Languages 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

A survey of the historical ond current opprooches, methods, and 
techniques of teocbing English to speokers of other languages from 
grammor tronslohon to oudioTinguol to communicotive oppraoches 
Anolysis of successful clossraom proctices which address the needs 
of culturol ond longuoge minority students. 
0201 (05636) Anond, S. MW 3:40pm-7:00pm 
(EDU2119) 

EDCI488A Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Computer 
Mindtools for Schools 

(3) REG. 

0201 (05686) McKillop, A. 

Meets 07/1 2/99-07/30/99 MTuWThF 1 :00pm4:00pm 
(EDU 0220) 
Course will explore several different types of computer opplicotions 



for use in schools and will stress their obiiity to support crihcol 
thinking Technologies include spreadsheets, expert systems, 
dotoboses, internet, hypermedia, ond semonhc netwoHiing. Course 
nssignments will include projects using eoch technology. 

EDCI488B Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Student- 
Constructed HyperMedia 

(3) REG. 
0201 (05696) McKillop, A. 

Meets 08/02/99-08/20/99 MTuWThF 8:30am-l 1 :30om 
(EDU 2101) 

E0C1488D Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Materials for 
Creating Skilled and 
Motivated Readers (K-6) 

(31 REG/P-F/AUO. 

0201 (05716) Dreher,M. 

Meets 07/12/99-07/29/99 MTuWThF l:00pm^:45pm 
(E0U1121) 
THIS COURSE MEETS STATE OF MARVIANO NEW READING 
RfOUIREMENTS Selechng, evoluohng, and using o vonety of mote- 
nols to Creole skilled and mohvoted readers in the elementoty 
grades Topics include nonfichon, hchon, bosol reoders. effechvc 
classroom librahes, softwore, and internet resources for teochitig 
reoding, and strategies for mohvafing children to reod. 

EDCI489 Field Experiences in 
Education 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (05727) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

EDCI498 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (05738) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

EDCI690 Teaching as a Profession 

IFeimReq) 
(31 REG. 

Frerequisile: permission ol deportment. The profession of tarching 
ond the knowledge bose thot dehnes teaching. Current and social 
issues that effect leoching ond learning; rale ol reseorch ond expe- 
hence in learning to teach. For moster's cettificotion students only. 
0201 (05778) STAFF F 9:00om4:00pm 

(EDU 2119) 

EDCI691 Models of Teaching: Theories 

and Applications IPermKeq) 
(3) REG. 

Frereqursite: perniission al department. Theory ond reseorch on 
teoching as applied to models of instruchon. Prachce in developing 
on inihol repertoire ol teoching models ond in providing thoughtful 
crihque of teoching hosed on these models. For moster's certthcohon 
students only. 
0201(05788) McColeb.J. TuTh 9:00om-l 2:20pm 

(E0U21O2) 
0202(05789) McColeb.J. TuTh l:00pm^:20pm 
(EDU 2102) 

EDCI761 Advanced Clinical Practices 
in Reading Assessment 

131 REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: FOCI 665. Corequisite: lOQ 162. Clinicol ptochcum in 
ossessment focusing on strengths and needs in reoding. Cose 
report wnhng and conferences. 
0201(05799) Codling, R. Time ond room to be oiranged 

EDC1762 Advanced Clinical Practices 
in Reading Instruction 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: COCI 665. Coteqursite: [DO 761 Qinicol prDchcum in 
instruchon focusing on instruchoool techniques ond diogooshc 
teoching. 
0201 (05809) Codling, R. Time ond room to be arranged 



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SESSION II 



EDa788U Selected Topics in Teacher 
Education: Instructional 
Implications of Cognitive 
Sciences iPemKai) 

mm/m. 

For moster's cenificotion students only, 
0201(05839) Otehei.M. MW9:00om-12;20pm 

(EDU1315) 
0202(05840) Slotei.W. MW 9:00nm-l 2:20pm 

(£0U1121) 

EDa798 Special Problems in Teacher 
Education 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: (ontott deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

£00799 Master's Thesis Research 

(l-i) REG. 

Individuoi instruction course: contort deportment or instnjctor to 
obtain section number. 

EDOSBS Apprenticeship in Education 

(1.B)IIEG/AUD. 

Individuol instnjction course: contort deportment or instrurtot to 
obtain sertion numbei. 

EDa899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instnjrtor to 
obtain section number. 

EDCP Education 
Counseling and 
PersonnelServices 

( Educ.mion) 

ED(T108E College and Career 

Advancement: 

Concepts and SkiUs 

(1)REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (0591 7) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

EDCP386 Experiential Learning IPemKeql 
(3-6) REG/P-F 

Individuol instruction course: contort depottitient or instrurtor to 
obtain section number, fiaaniisile: pemissm ol department. S6 
semester htm. 

EDCP420 Education and Racism 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Stiotegy development for counselors ond educotors to 
deol wrtli problems of rarism. 
0201(05942) Rogers, M. MW 9:00om-l 2:20pm 
(E0U2102) 

EDCP489 Field Experiences in 

Counseling and Personnel 

Services IFermSeq) 
(14) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

EDa'498 Special Problems in 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

0-3) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtot to 
obtoin sertion numbei. 

EDCP798 Special Problems in 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

()-6)RE6/AUD. 

0201(06019) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 



EDCP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin section number. 

EDCP888 Apprenticeship in 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services 

(1-8) REG/AUO 

Individuol instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain section number. 

EDCP888U Apprenticeship in 

Counseling and Personnel 
Services: College Student 
Personnel (PermSeql 
(3) REG/AUD. 
0201(06044) Osteen.J. Tu l:30pm4 :30pm 
(ARC 1127) 
Tme ond room to be orronged Dis 

EDCP889 Internship in Counseling and 
Personnel Services 

(1-8) REG/AUD. 

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

EDCP899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instrurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain section number. 



EDHD Education, 
Human Development 

(Education) 

EDHD300 Human Development and 

Learning IPermHeql 
(6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: ailmissm to teacher erfutofton pragrant. Mojor con- 
cepts ond theories ot humon development ond leorning ond then 
implicotions for Itie educotionol process One hoU doy n week in 
school to observe student behovior, porticipote in clossroom nctivh 
ties, ond ottend seminnis on school topics. 
0201 (06109) Robertson-Tchobo, E. 

MTuWThf9:30om-l 2:30pm 

(EDU33I5) 

E0HD306 Study of Human Behavior 

(3) REG/AUD 

The saentific pnnciples of humon behovior, development, ond 
odjustment. Field work: observohon, recording, and onnlysis of the 
behovior of on individuol. Does not sofisfy leguirements of profes- 
sional teocher educotion progrom. 

0201 (06119) STAFF MW 1 2:30pm-3:00pm 

(EDU3315) 
Time and room to be arranged 

EDHD413 Adolescent Development 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Adolescent development, including speciol problems encountered in 
contemporory culture. Observotionol component and individual cose 
study. 
0201 (06161) STAFF MW 4:00pm-7:00pm 

(EDU 3233) 

Time ond room to be orronged 

EDHD460 Educational Psychology 
O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

frerequisile: PSYCtOO or lOHD 306 or permission ol ilepartmeni 
Applicohon of psychology to leoming processes ond theones. 
Individuol differences, meosuiement, motivohon, emohons, intelli- 
gence, ottitudes, problem solving, thinking and communicohng in 
educotionol sethngs. (Moy not be subshtuted for EDHD 300 by 
students m professionol teocher educohon progroms.) 
0201(06193) SIAFf IuTh7:00pm-10:10pm 

(EDU 3233) 



EDHD489 Field Experiences in 
Education IPermReq) 
(1-4) REG. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtain sertion numbei 

EDHD498 Special Problems in 
Education 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtain section numbei 

EDHD499B Workshops, Clinics, and 
Institutes: Children and 
Poverty 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0201 (06207) lones Hanien, B luTh 4:00pm-7:00pm 
(EDU 3233) 
Time and room to be orronged 

EDHD600 Introduction to Human 
Development and Child 
Study 

(3) REG/AUD. 

An overview of the mulhdisciplinory, scienSfic pnnciples which 
describe humon development ond behavior and on opplicabon of 
these principles in on onolysis of o behovioral record. Techniques of 
observohon, recording, ond onolysis of humon behovior tmphosis 
on crihquing and opplying lesearch findings. 
0201 (06217) STAFF TuTh 4:00pm-7:00pm 

(EDU 3315) 

Time ond room to be oronged 

EDHD789 Internship in Human 
Development 

(3-8) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshurtion course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin section numbei 

EDHD798 Special Problems in 
Education 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion course contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain sertion numbei 

E0HD799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instiurtion course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtain sertion numbei 

EDHD888 Apprenticeship in Education 

(1-8) REG/AUD. 

Indh/iduol instiurtion couise: contort deporhnent ot instturtoi to 
obtoin secrion numbei 

EDHD889 Internship in Education 

(3-8) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort deportment or inshurtor to 
obtoin sertion numbei 

EDHD899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual inshurtion course: contort deporhnent or inshurtoi to 
obtain sertion numbei 



EDMS Measurement, 
Statistics, and 
Evaluation 

(Education) 

EDMS451 Introduction to Educational 
Statistics 

(3) REG/AUD. 

lunior staniling. Inhodurtion to stohshcol reasoning; locofion and 
dispeision meosures, computer applications; regression ond correlo- 
hon; formohon of hypotheses tests, t-lest; one-way analysis of von- 
once; onolysis of contingency tables 
0201(06300) STAFF MIuWTh I2:00pm-l:40pm 

(EDU 21 19) 



EDMS645 Quantitative Research 
O Methods I 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Research design and stotishcol applications in educohonol leseoich: 

doto lepresentntion, descriphve shhsbcs; estimohon and hypothesis 

teshng. Applicohon of shihshcol computer pockoges is emphasized. 

0201(06312) STAFF MIuWTh 5:00pm-6:40pm 

(EDU 0212) 

EDMS646 Quantitative Research 
O Methods II 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite EOMS 645 A second level infetenfiol stohshG course 
with emphasis on onolysis of vanonce procedures and designs- 
Assignments include student onolysis of survey data. Applicohon of 
stohshcol computer packages is emphasized. 
0201 (06323) STAFF MTuWIh 7:00pm-8:40pm 

(EDU 1107) 

EDMS6S1 Intermediate Statistics 
O in Education 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: [OMS 646 or equivalent Multi-way onolysis of voii- 
once; onolysis of covorionce; mulhple regression and coirelohon 
onolysis; computer pockoges for stohshcol onolysis. 



0201 (06333) Powell, D. 



MTuWTh 7:00pm-8:40pm 
(EDU 1121) 



EDMS779 Seminar in Applied Statistics 

(Permfeq) 
(DREG. 

0201 (06343) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

Enrallment leshirted to shidents with a mojoi or minor in meosure- 
ment, stohshcs, and evoluohon. Concurrent registrohon for one 
credit is required when toking EDMS 651 , 

EDMS798 Special Problems in 
Education 

(I 6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion numbei 

EDMS799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion numbei 

EDMS889 Internship in Measurement 

and Statistics IPermfeq) 
(3-12) REG. 

Individual instiurtion couise: conhirt depaitment or instnjrtor to 
obhiin sertion numbei 

EDMS899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiurtion course: conhirt deparhrient or instnjrtor to 
obtain sertion numbei 



EDPA Education Policy, 
Planning and 
Administration 

(Education) 

EDPA489 Field Experiences in 
Education 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiurtion course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtain sertion numbei 

EDPA498 Special Problems in 

Education IPermKeql 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contort deportment oi instrurtor to 
obtain sertion numbei 



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EDPA690 Research in Education Policy, 
Planning and Administration 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Inlioduetioii to leseorth methods ond designs used in studies ol 
educolion policy, planning, ond administration 
0201(06523) Hultgien,f, lulh 3:40pm-7:00pm 
(EDU210t) 

EDPA798 Special Problems in 

Education (PermKeq) 
(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual insliuction course; contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtflin sectron number 

EDPA799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1 '61 REG. 

Individual instruction course; contoct deportment or instructor lo 
obtorn section number 

E0PA889 Internship in Education 

(3-8) REG/AUD. 

IndividunI instruction course' contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 

EDPA899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-R 

Individuol instruction course; contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EPSP Educqfion, Special 

(Etirc:.\TiciN) 

EDSP376 Fundamentals of Sign 

O Language 

(3) REG/PE/AUD. 

Receptive end expressive skills in American Sign Longuoge 
Exominotion of the causes o( deafness, choracteristics of deaf edu- 
cofion, ond ospects of the culture of the deof community. 
0201 (06773) Lyies, 0. MW7;00pm-10;15pm 

(EDU 1315) 

EDSP402 Field Placement: Severe 

Disabilities I IPemReq) 
(2-5) REG. 

Pre- Of wiequisites IIOSP 400: ond iSS? 404} oi pemisim ol 
depoitmeni Praclicum expenence in sellings serving severely dis- 
abled individuols. Enrollment Irmited to those admitted to severely 
hondicapped specialty area. Field plocement for two to five holf- 
doys per week. Students without the rerjuired co- or prereguisites 
con legister for this course wrth deportmentol approval. Open to 
speciol educotion groduolc shjdents only for this term 
0201 (06794) STAFF Time ond room to be arranged 

EDSP421 Field Placement: Early 
Childhood Special 

Education I IPsmReql 
(2-31 REG. 

fre- or mequisile (OSP 420: ond (DO 410. Procficum experience 
in settings serving pieschool handicopped childien Opportunities foi 
studying the pottems of development and learning omong non- 
hondicopped ond handicapped infonts and oldei preschoolers. 
Enrollment limited to shjdents odmitted lo eorly childhood specialty. 
Field plocement for two or three holf-doys per week. Students 
without the reguired pre- or coreguisites con register for this course 
with deporhnentol opprovol. Open to speciol educohon graduate 
students only tor this term. 
0201 (06805) STAFF Time ond room lo be orranged 

EDSP442 Field Placement Educationally 
Handicapped I iPemSeq) 

(2-3) REG. 

Pie- Of wiequiiile: IWSP 441 aod WCI 4S6lor peimism ol 
depaitment Procticum experience in settings serving educohonolly 
handicapped individuals. Demonstrohon of the content of EDSP 
441 Enrollment limited lo students admitted to educationally 
handicopped speciolty. Field plocement foi two or thiee holf-doys 
pel week. Students without the required co- or prerequisites con 
register for this course with depoitmentol oppiovol. Open to speciol 
educohon gioduote shjdents only foi this teim. 
0201 (0681 6) STAFF Time ond loom to be oiranged 



EDSP461 Field Placement: 

Secondary/Transition I 

IPemSeqJ 
13) REG. 

Pre- Of loiequisile: (OSP 460 hi [OSP mo/ofs only. Prochcum 
experience in secondory/lransition progroms for individuals with 
disobilihes. Field plocement loi two holf-doys pei week. Students 
without the required pre- or coiequisites con register for the course 
with deportmentol oppmvol. Open to special educotion graduate 
shjdents only for this teim. 
0201 (06837) STAFF lime ond mom to be oiranged 

EDSP470 Introduction to Special 
O Education 

13) REG/AUD. 

Designed to give on undeistonding of the needs of all types of 
excephonni children. Open lo oil shjdents except undergraduate 
speciol educohon moiors. 

0201 (06848) Voth, L. 

Meets 07/1 2/99-07/23/99 MWF 9;00am-4;00pm 
(EDU 1107) 

EDSP489 Field Experiences in Special 
Education 

|1-4)REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(06859) STAFF Time ond lOom lo be orranged 

EDSP491 Characteristics of Learning 
O Disabled Students 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieieqmte: [OSP 470 oi peimissm ol depaitmenl Diagnosis, eh- 
ology, physicol, sociol, ond emohonol choiocterishcs of leoming dis- 
obled shjdents. 
0201 (06869) Lorsen, I. TuTh 6;00pm-9;20pm 
(EDU 2102) 

EDSP498 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruction course; contoct depochnent oi instructor to 
obtain section number. 

EDSP60D Exceptional Children and 

Youth (PemReq) 
(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequisile: 9 liowi in Sfeciol educolion ond f emission ol depait- 
ment. Exomines research relevant to the educohon of excephonol 
children ond youth. 
0201 (06901) STAFF MW 4;00pm-7;20pm 

(EDU 2101) 

EDSP678A Seminar in Special 

Education: Trauma and 
Resilience in Early Childhood 

(3) REG/AUD. 
0201 (06921) Newcomb.S. 
Meets 07/12/99-07/23/99 MVVF 9:00am4:30pm 
(EDU 4233) 

EDSP788K Selected Topics in Special 
Education: Medical Aspects 
and the Educational 
Implications of 
Deaf/Blindness and Other 
Low Incidence Disabilities 

(2) REG. 

0201 (06941) STAFF 

Meets 08/02/99-08/06/99 Time ond room to be orranged 
This course will cover syndiomes and other causes of deof /blind- 
ness and low incidence disobilihes focusing on gothering ond inter- 
piehng medicol informotion. The implicohons of these medicol con- 
dihons will be considered in relohon to current ond hihjre educo- 
fionol piogiomming. 

EDSP798 Special Problems in Special 
Education 

(1-6) REG. 

IndividunI instruchon couise; contact deportment or instructor to 
obrain section number. 



EDSP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise; contoct deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

EDSP888 Apprenticeship in Special 
Education 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course; contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

EDSP889 Internship in Special 
Education 

13-8) REG. 

Individual instruchon course; conracl deporlment or rnstruclor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

EDSP899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course; contoct deporhnent or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number. 



ENAE Engineering, 
Aerospace 

(E:Nc;iNEi;niN(,) 

ENAE499 Elective Research 

11-3)REG/P-F/AUD, 

Individual inshuchon course; conracl deportment or instructor to 
obrain sechon number. 

ENAE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruction couise; contoct deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obrain section numbei. 

ENAE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshuction couise; contoct department oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon number 

ENBE Biological 
Resources Engineering 

(Agric:ulture and Natural 
Resources) 

ENBE489 Special Problems in 
Biological Resources 
Engineering 

(1-3)REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course; conract department or insliuctor to 
obtain sechon number. 

ENBE499 Special Problems in 

Agricultural Engineering 
Technology 

(l-3)REG/P-f/AUD. 

Individual instiuchon couise; conWct department oi instiuctoi to 
obram sechon number 

ENBE699 Special Problems in 
Biological Resources 
Engineering 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course; conracl department oi inshuctor to 
obrain section number 

ENBE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruchon couise" contact department or instiuctoi lo 
obtain sechon numbei. 



ENBE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol insliuction couise; contact deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon numbei 



ENCE Engineering, Civil 

( ENGINEERINC". ) 

ENCE4B9 Special Problems in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3)REG/P-F/AUD 

Individuol instiuchon course; contoct deportment oi inslructoi to 
obtoin sechon number. 

ENCE688 Advanced Topics in Civil 
Engineering 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon course; contoct deportment or instructor lo 
obtoin sechon numbei, 

ENCt689 Seminar 
(1-16) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuchon course; contort deportment oi insliuctor to 
obloin sechon numbei 

ENCE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

IndividunI instiuchon couise; contort deportmeni or instrurtor lo 
obtain sechon numbei 

ENCE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual insliurtion couise; contort deportment oi instiuchji to 
obrain sertion numbei. 



ENCH Engineering, 
Chemicar 

(Engineering) 

ENCH250 Computer Methods in 
Chemical Engineering 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwwqiiisites: [H[S W0,and[IICH2IS Coiequisite: UTH 246 
Algoiithm development ond opplicohon of softwore to the onolysis 
of chemicol engineenng problems File monogement ond edihng, 
graphics ond numeiicol methods. Use of spieodsheels, 
srahshG/moth software ond process simulotors for the design of 
chemicol process equipment. 
0201 (07308) Wong, N. MTuWThF 8;00om-9;20om 
(CHE 2136) 

ENCH468 Research 

(1-3) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon couise; conracl department oi instrurtor hj 
obtoin sechon number. 

ENCH648 Special Problems in 
Chemical Engineering 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiurtion course; contort deportmeni or instiuctoi to 

obrain sechon numbei 

ENCH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon couise; conrart department or rnshurtor to 
obtoin sechon number. 

EN(H899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 
Individual instiuchon course; contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertron number. 



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SESSION II 



ENCO Enqineering, 
Cooperative Education 

(Engineering) 

ENC0098 Summer Co-Op Work 
Experience iPemReql 

INo (redil) S-F. 

0201 (07386) Saubei, H. Time ond room to be oiionged 

ENEE Enoineering, 
EJectrual 

(Engineering) 

All lowef-division CHEM, MilH, PHYS ond Engineering courses Ihot 
ore required courses for rhe BS degree rn Electrical Engineering 
must be completed before enrolling in ony 300- or 400-le»el ENEE 
course (except ENEE 300 ond ENEE 301). Iconsfei students will be 
allowed one term to complete oil such courses after storting to 
toke upper-level ENEE courses. 

ENEE499 Senior Projects in Electrical 
Engineering ihmReq) 
(1-3) REG. 

0201 (0751 7) Popomatcou, A. Time and room to be orronged 

ENfE699 Independent Studies in 
Electrical Engineering 

(1-3) REG. 

Individuol insttuction course: contort deportment or instturtor to 
obtain section number. 

ENEE799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPermReql 
(1-6) SF. 

0201 (07530) Tils, A. Time ond room to be orronged 

ENEE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research iPemiieq) 
(1-8) S-F. 

0201(07541) T'rts, A. Time and room to be orronged 

ENES Engineering 
Science 

(ENCilNEERlNG) 

ENESIOOA Introduction to Engineering 

Design IPemReqj 
(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Pbysicol Science (PS) Coiequisile: MAJH 140. 
0201(07591) Horris, M, MWF 9:00Gm-l 1:25am 
(EGR1102) 
Permission of dean teguired. Higb school students only. 

ENES220 Mechanics of Materials 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pwwtimites: mS }02,and/MlH 14), o/idPH/S 161 foiengt 
neeimg mojois only (not incMing fWf maioiil- Stress and defor- 
molron oi solids — rods, beoms, shafts, columns, lonks, and other 
structural, mocbine ond vehicle members. Topics include stress 
tionsformohon using Mobr's circle; shear ond moment diagroms. 
derivohon of elostrc curves; and Euler's buckling formula Design 
problems reloted to this material ore given in lob 
0201(07612) Chang, P MTuWTh9:30am-10:50am 
(EGR0135) 
IuTbl2:30pm-2:30pm 
(EGIi0135)Dis 

ENFP Engineering, Fire 
Protection 

(Engineering) 

EtlFP429 Independent Studies (PermReqj 

(1-3)REG/PF 

0201 (07693) Spivok, S. 



ENFP489R Special Topics: Risk Analysis 
O & Fire Safety Data 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (07703) Kilpotrick, A. MW 5:00pm-8:20pm 
(EGR0135) 

ENFP619 Graduate Seminar 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0201(07714) STAff Time ond room to be oiionged 

ENFP629 Selected Topics 

(3-6) REG/AUD. 

0201(07725) Spivok, S. Time ond room to be oiionged 

ENFP649 Special Problems 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0201 (07736) STAFF Time ond loom to be orronged 

ENFP799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6)REG/S-F 

Individuol instruction course: contact deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion number. 



ENGL English 



(Arts and Hl'manities) 

ENCLlOl Introduction to Writing 

O (3) REG. 

An introdurtory course in expository wiihng. 
0201(07801) STAFF l«TumhF9:30om-l 0:50am 

(SON 1123) 
0202(07802) STAFF TuTh6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1103) 
0203(07803) STAFF H/ITuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(SQH1I05) 
0204(07804) STAFF MVV6:00pm-9:15pm 

(S0H1103) 
An intiodurtoiy couise in ocodemic wrihng, 

ENGLIOIB Introduction to Writing 



Time ond room to be oiionged 



(3) REG. 

For Budge students only. 
0203(07814) STAFF MTuWThF l:00pm-2:20pm 

(IMP 2202) 
0204(07815) STAFF MTuWThF 1 :00pm-2;20pm 

(IMP 3105) 

ENGL222 American Literature: 
O 1865 to Present 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: LiteraUire (HL) Surveys American wrihng horn the Civil Wor 
through the Cold Woi. Authors such as Clemens, Frost, Hurston, 
Bellow. 
0201(07847) Ostermon, 1 MW 6:00pm-9: 1 5pm 
(JRN1105) 

ENGL234 Introduction to African- 
American Literature 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Literature (HL) DIVERSITY A survey of Afncon-Amencon 
literature from the lote eighteenth century lo the present 
0201(07858) Gordon, M. MW l:00pm-4:15pm 
(SQH1105) 

ENGL241 Introduction to the Novel 

(3) REC/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Liteiohire (HL) Histohcol, formal, sociol Questions about the 
genie. Readings drawn from o range of cuihiies ond communihes 
0201(07868) Solomonco,!. TuTb9:00om-12:l5pm 
(SQH2122) 

ENGL243 Introduction to Poetry 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

CORE: Literature (HL) How poetry woiks. Focus on style, subject, 
rhythm, voice, technique and stiuchjre. Reodings hom o range of 
cultures and communities, 
0201(07879) Forrester, M. TuTh9:00am-12:15pm 
(LEF 1220) 



ENGL250 Introduction to Literature by 
Women 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Uteioture (HL) DIVERSITY Also olfeied as WMSJ 7SS. 
Oeiil will be gtantei for only one oi the following: IHBl 250 oi 
WMSf 255- Images of women in literohjre by and about women. 
0201 (07890) Delrasso-Fieemon, 1. 

TuThl.00pm-4:l5pm 

(SI3H1105) 

ENGL310 Medieval and Renaissance 
O British Literature 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieguisite: two hwei-level ingkti (ouises, ot least one m liteia- 
Itiie: 01 peimissioo ol ieporttnent Derailed shidy ol selected maior 
medievol and Renaissance works written in Englond Culhjral 
attitudes ond historicol contexts. May include Beowull, Anglo-Saxon 
lyric, dramo, sonnets; works of women wnters, Chaucer, Spenser, 
Sidney. Some reodings in Middle English. 
0201(07930) Coogon, R. TuTh6:0Opm-9:15pm 
(SQH1107) 

ENGL312 Romantic to Modern British 
Literature 

(3) REG. 

Detoiled study of selected mojoi texts fiom the 1 9th ond 20lh cen- 
turies, Tronsihons from Romonhcism to Vicranon oge to Modernism 
Historicol, sociol, literary contexts Issues such as rise of democro- 
cy; industiiol revoluhon, the "woman queshon"; levoluhons in liter- 
ary form. Authors might include Wordsworth, Austen, Dickens, 
Arnold, TS Eliot, Woolf. 
0201 (07941) Cate,G MW l:00pm-4:15pm 

(SON 1107) 

ENGL360 African, Indian and 
O Caribbean Writers 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Pieieqmite: two hwei-level Inglisli courses, at least 
one in liteiotute; at petmission af deporttnenl. Selected writers 
from countiies formerly colonies of Brirain, France, Denmark, etc 
Allenhon to woys regions hove developed dishnchve polihcol ond 
oesthefic volues resulhng hom indigenous tioditions and foreign 
influences, 
0201 (07971) Roy.S Tulh6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2120) 

ENGL379E Special Topics in Literature: 
O Film Analysis - The Rhetoric 
of Fictional Worlds 

(3) REG. 



0201 (07982) Miller, J. 



TuTh6:30pm-l 0:00pm 
(SON 1120) 



ENGL380 Internship IPemPeql 
(3-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisite pemissm ol depattment The English Deportment's 
internship program, Pieprofessionol experience in wnSng ond edit- 
ing in vohety of fields. 
0201 (08002) Teichek, M. Time and room to be arranged 

ENGL391 Advanced Composition 
O (3) REG. 

Pieieguisite 56 bouts of college ciedit whicb must incMe iHOl 
101 01 egamlenl. An odvonced composihon course which 
empbosizes construchng written arguments occommodoted lo 
real oudiences. 
0202(08015) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(SQHllll) 
0203(08016) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00am-l 2:20pm 

(SQH1123) 
0204(08017) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2119) 
0205(08018) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH2122) 

ENGL393 Technical Writing 
O (3) REG. 

Pieieguisite: 56 bouts of college ciedil which must include [HOL 
101 01 eguivolenl. The wrihng of technical papers and reports. 
u201 (08045) STAFF MTuVKThF 8 00am-9:20am 

(SOH2119) 
0202(08046) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 

(SQH2120) 



0204(08047) STAFF AITuWThF ll:00am-12:20pni 

(SQH2119) 
0206(08048) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SON 1123) 
0207(08049) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SOHIUI) 
0209(08050) STAFF IuTh6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1121) 
0210(08051) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:l 5pm 

(SQH1123) 

ENGL393X Technical Writing 

O (3) REG. 

Pieieguisite: 56 haois ol co/teje aedit which must include PNCL 
101 at equivalent For shjdenh for whom English is o second 
longuoge. 
0201(08064) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50am 

(SON 2119) 
0202(08065) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9:l 5pm 

(SOHllll) 
0203 (08066) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1121) 

ENG1394 Business Writing 

O (3) REG. 

Pieieguisite: 56 bouts af college ciedit wbicb must include iH6L 
1 01 01 egamlenl. Intensh/e practice in the forms of written com- 
municotion common in the business woHd — letters, memos, short 
reports, and proposals. Pnnciples of ihetoiic ond effective style. 
This course sohsfres the lunior English requirement. 
0201 (08083) STAFF *»TuWTTiF 9:30am-10:50om 

(SQH2121) 
0202(08084) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30cm-10:50am 

(SON 1101) 
0203(08085) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(SON 1107) 
0204(08086) STAFF MW6:00pm-9:15pm 

(SQH1105) 
0205(08087) STAFF TuTh 6:00pm-9;l 5pm 

(SQH2121) 

ENG1404 Shakespeare: The Later 
O Works 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieguisite: hi/o [nglish cauises in lileiabiie oipeimissm of 
depaitment Close study of selected ploys from the second hoff of 
Shokespeore's career Generic issues of later tiogedies, lotei come- 
dies, ramonces Longuoge, theme, dramohc technique, sources, 
and eody modern English sociol-historrcol context. 
0201(08117) Grossmon.M. MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQHllOl) 

ENG1420 Literature of the Romantic 
O Period I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Pieieguisite: two [nglish couises in lileiatuie oi petmission ol 
depaitment First generatton of wnters of the eody nineteenth cen- 
njry, including Wordsworth, Colendge, Bloke. 
0201(08127) Howard, I MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SON 2122) 

ENGL429 Independent Research in 

English IPemfeql 
(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contact deportment or Instructor h) 
obtoin section number. 

ENGL479A Selected Topics in English 
O and American Literature 
after 1800: AIDS & African 
America: History, Rhetoric, 
and Literature 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0201(08149) Marcuse,M TuTh 6:00pm-9:l 5pm 
(SQH2117) 

ENG1489A Special Topics in English 
O Language: The Language 
of Advertising 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (08159) Hendnckson.A MW6:00pm-9:15pm 
(SQH1117) 



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SESSION II 



El(GL60l Literary Research and 
O Critical Contexts 

(3)ltEGAU0. 
0201(081 79) SIAfF lulh 6 00pn>9 1 5pm 

(SQH3105) 

E1IGL699 Independent Study (FeimKeql 

|l3)ltEG/AUD. 

Individuol instuKtion (ooree: (ontoct deportmenl o( insliuctoi to 
obfoin sectioo numbef 

ENG1799 Master's Thesis Research 

(UIREG. 

Indhnduol inslnKtion courw: contMt deportment ot insltuctor to 
obtain sectxw number. 

EMGt899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instnjelion course: (ontoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 



ENMA Engineering, 
Materials 

( Engineering) 

EHMA499 Senior Laboratory Project 

(Femlleql 
(l-3)R(G/P-f/AUD. 
0201 (08285) Mson, 0. Time and room to be arranged 

amun Special Problems in 
Materials Science and 
Engineering 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

individual mstiurtoo course: contoct department or instructor to 
obtoin sectioo numbet. 

auuJVl Master's Thesis Research 

IFemlteqj 
(U)REG. 

Indrvrduol instruction course: contact deportment or instnictor to 
obtain sectron numbet. 

E1IMA899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPemKeq) 
(1-8) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contact deportment or instnictor to 
obtain section number 

ENME Engineering, 
Me<iiani<al 

(Engineering) 

amm Special Problems ^ftnnJeii; 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(08402) Ainone, S. Time ond raom to be nnonged 

ENME799 Master's Thesis Research 
(U)REG. 

0201 (08423) ifrMorzo, M. lime and room to be arranged 

ENME808 Advanced Topics in 

Mechanical Engineering 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0201 (08434) d'iMaizo, M. lime and room to be nironged 

EHME899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 
(1-8) REG. 

0201(08445) diAtorzo, M. Time ond room to be ominged 



ENNU Engineering, 
Nuclear 

( ENGINtERlNG) 

ENNU468 Research 

(2-3) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain secnon number 

ENNU648 Special Problems in Nuclear 
Engineering 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contact depoitment or instractor to 
obtain section number 

ENNU799 Master's Thesis Research 

(16) REG. 

Individual insttuctron course: contact department or instiuctor to 
obtain section number 

ENNU899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instruction course: contact deportment or instiuctor to 
obtain section number 

ENPM Engineering, 
Professional Masters 

(Engineering) 
ENPM808 Advanced Topics in 
Engineering 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

0201 (08573) SIAFF lime and room to be orronged 

ENRE Reliability 
Engineering 

(Engineering) 

ENRE648 Special Problems in 

Reliability Engineering 

IPermfeql 
(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instrudion cou5e: contoct department or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

ENRE799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6)REG/S-F. 

Individual instruction course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

ENRE899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8)REG/S-F 

Individual instruction course' contoct department or instructor to 
obtain secnon number 



ENSE Systems 
Engineering 



(Engineering) 

ENSE799 Systems Engineering Thesis: 
Masters Thesis Rsrch iFemHeql 



Individual instruction course: contact department oi instructor to 
obtain section number 

Contact Systems Engineenng Office, Rm. 2172 A. V. Willioms 
BIdg. to moke onongements. 



ENTM Entomology 

:l in V II NCI s) 

ENTMIOO Insects 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

A survey ot tbe mo|or groups of insecR, tbeir nolural bisfory. and 
their relotionships with bumans ond ttieir environment. 

0201 (08813) Messersmitti,D.MIumhF9:30am-10:50om 
(PIS 1161) 

ENTM399 Special Problems 

(1-2) REG/PF/AUD 

Individuol instruction course: contact deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin section number. 

ENTM699 Advanced Entomology 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instniction course: contoct deportment or insttuctor to 
obtain section number 

ENTM789 Field Experience in Pest 
Management 

(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instruction course: contoct deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtoin section numbei. 

ENTM799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contact department or instructor to 
obtain section number, 

ENTM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instniction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number 



ENTS 
Telecommunications 

(Engineering) 

Eim609 Telecommimications Project 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instniction course: contact deportment or insttuctor to 
obtoin section number 



EMST Family Studies 

(Health .and Human Performance) 
FMST260 Couple Relationships 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

formerly fMCO 260- Couple lelotionships ond tbeii olternotives in 
contemporary doting, courtship and momoge. 

0201(08933) Rubin, R Mb 9:30am-l 2 50pm 

(MMH 1304) 

FMST330 Family Theories and 
Patterns 

(3) REG/AUD. 

lunior stanrling. Formerly FMCO 330. Ibeoiy ond leseoich on tbe 
family, including a cioss<ultural onolysis of fomily pottems. 
0201 (08954) Zeigei, R. MW 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(MMH 1304) 

FMST332 Children in Families 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frerertursrte: FMSl (05 or FSK 100 Formerly FMCO 332. A fam- 
ily life education opproocli to tfie sbjdy of children and fomilies. 
Emphasis on tbe mterachon of childien with porents, siblings, 
extended kin, ond the community. 
0201 (08965) Avery, A MW 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(MMH 0108) 



FMST341 Personal and Family Finance 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Oeiirr will be gronrerl lor only one ol the lollomng FMCO 44 1, 
FMSI34I. Fm34l orCHFC4IO Fomierly FMCO 341. 
Individual and family finonciol strategies with emphosis on finonciol 
plonning, sovings, investments, insurance, income toxes, housing, 
ond use of credit. Plonning, onolyzing, and controlling hnonciol 
resources to resolve personol/fomily hnonciol problems ond ro 
ottoin finonciol secuiily. 

0201(08975) Stephenson, M lulh 2:OOpm-5:20pm 
(MMH 1400) 

FMST38 1 Poverty, Affluence, and 
Families 

(3) REC/PF/AUD. 

OIVIHSITY Prereqiinne: SOO 100 or SOfT (05. Formerly FMCO 
381. Sociol, polibcol, culhjrol ond economic fodois inOuendng 
income ond weolth in Americon fomilies. 



0201 (08985) Rubin, R. 



luTh 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(MMH 1304) 



FMSr386 Experiential Learning (Permteql 

(3-6) REG/P-F. 

Individuol instnichon course: contoct deportment ot instnictor to 
obhiin section number. Prerequisite: pentmor ol deporlnml. S6 
semester hours. 

FMST399 Independent Study (fera/Teii; 

(1-6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instniction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

Individuolized family ond community studies projects of interest to 
student ond faculty. 

FMST431 Family Crises and 
Intervention 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prererjursile. PS1C 100 Fomily cnses such OS divorce, disabil'rty, 
substonce abuse, finonciol problems, intiofomiliol obuse, and 
death. Iheories and techniques for intemention ond enhancement 
of fomily coping stiotegies. 

0201(09010) ZeigecR, MW9:30am-l 2:50pm 
(MMH 1304) 

FMST487 Legal Aspects of Family 
O Problems 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD, 

lows and legal pracedures, with emphosis on odophon, momoge, 
divorce, annulment, ond praperty nghts, ond bow they offect 
family life. 

0201(09041) Polmer, B, Tulb 6:00pm-9:20pm 
(MMH 1400) 

FMST498 Special Topics IPemKeql 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instruchon course: contact deportment or instiuctor to 
obhiin section number. 

Individuol fomily studies instnichon course on topics of interest to 
student ond foculty. 

FMST498R Special Topics: Sexuality 
O and Family Relations 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 



0201 (09062) Avery, A 



MW 6:00pm-9:20pm 
(MMH 1304) 



FMST658 Supervised Clinical Practice 
of Marriage and Family 
Therapy 

(1-3) S-R 

0201(09113) Wedinich,C. W9:00om-12:00pm 
(MMH 1310) 
Time and room to be ononged Dis 

FMST689 Internship IPemKeq) 
(3-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instnichon course: conrort deportment or instnictor to 
obtain sechon number. 

Internship teloted to shjdent's chosen speciolizohon. 



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51 



SESSION II 



FMSI698 Advanced Topics in Family 

Studies IPsmlleqj 
|l-3)tE6/AUD. 
lnh«U iKlnidiOB cruse coiKt deintiiegt a isstnjdD ki 

(4mvi sectiun ivnfaet. 

FMST699 Independent Study 

0-i) !£e/AUD. 



n cms: camQi} department or instrudn to 
obon secfion lunliei 

FMST789 Non-Thesis Research (PemKaiJ 

(IIUG/AUD. 
kdMrd iasfeudni anse: coalrKl deparlmeft or nsltudor to 
ofakn sedim ruiAcL 

FMST799 Master's Thesis Research 

WMM HfewtiBi cnse: (niH] tlepnfeBeflt a jRskudor to 
oHon section wii)6L 



FREN French 



(Arts and Hlmanities) 
RBII02 Elementary French 

fiae^BliinBIWgVMCfafennssoDdidefatmenl. 
FurAer wvk OB Inac stucjnes mr} pmnrnlim nilti enfhsis 
nfekwisUs: fislerng, spewing, rerxSng onrj w jAhj. 
0201(09231) Bltesa,M. M1M(ni9:00nTi-11:15arn 
UMZ0122) 

ntaios Review of Elementary 
French 

(4) «6/P-F/»UD. 

United to sluleiils who boK had al least tin yeas ol tighichool 
FieKiiae(iUHdenla»ltodooot(fj(0yfoiFllEH2O3.Oe(Sl 
rd ie gm^t/ 6r cnV we 0^ tie Uoni^; FCffl ;0 1/ fliEW 
102 Of ffl» (03. 



0201 (09242) Belrou,V. 



MWIh 9:O0anhl2:O0pni 
m 0208) 



FEEN203 Intermediate French 
(4)IEe/P-f/MID. 

CORt IkiiwuiKS (HO) Conviefion of the sJu^ of basic yturtiitrjh 
ki]i sfeudBRS^ itt teotfat|s, coovutvjIJuii, onl contpoatoL Futfis 
Ire Arts adN 



0201(09253) SozinD«oiEa>,S. 

M1uWni9H)0am'11:1Sam 
(JMZ3120) 

FiiEi(204 Review Grammar and 
Composition 

(3) l£6/P-f/AUD. 

COKt Hrnniies (HO) Aaegusiie: fli» 203 a pemisskn ol 

department. An ntensrft peview of itnior aspects c^ contempoiarY 

g^tatai usage; knpg in compehensnn and girled uxivosdui 

0201 (09263) Hanania, C MluWIh 9:00om-10;45am 

'JMZ0103) 

FitB(3i2 Introduction to French 
Culture: The French Press 

(3) ttS/P-F/AUO. 
hereqasHe: or/ 20(heKl aune r, Fiend, atme fUSH 203 or 
l>ennssaioldeialmeril.lloloiieiitoitj^siieater$.MfSS 
ond risoKSian of artides from French and Ffoncophone printed 
meria. leAedng rariely of souces and styles. 
0201 (09293) SUfF MMflh <mm■^f^.^im 

UMZ3118) 
T)e course «1 be ta^ by lisiitq laoiessor. Dr. Oirislian 
Qrune. of Hce, Fmce. faqk coMBienlV «Mi FKN 404 and 
FHN 473. 

FltOl3U Experiential Learning (termieqi 
(M)ta/r-t 

InMdid isiHlion course: conkd depoMnr 01 nslrtictor to 
ootan sectkfi tknfiet PrereQue^. perrttssurr dr departnrBitt. 56 
semesiB haus. 



nam Directed Study in French 

IFermKeq) 

(1-3) S-F 
InMuol iGlniclion course: contoct department or instnictix to 
otMin section numiiei. 

FRE)i404 Issues in the French- 
Speaking World Today 

(3) RFG/P-F/AUD. 

fieieqiisife fltlH3]]oif!llH3Uorpernssaor}(ildeiatmen!. 
A sooTKultuial and historian oppnnch to televnnt issues affecting 
contemporory French civizalion. Press artides and teJevision 
programs wl be llie basis foe dossiooni cutoirJ anafysis and ord 
comnuKotion. 

0201 (09307) SIAFF MluWIh 9:00am-10:45om 

(JM2 3118) 
Diis course wl be taught by a visiting professor. Dr. Oiristion 
Saune, of Nice, France Taught cowutiently with FREN 312 and 

Fmm. 

HtBM73 The Construction of French 
Identity III: Cross-Cultural 
Approaches to the Study of 
Contemporary French 
Societ)' 

(3) RtS/P-F/AUD. 

Pattens of comnutacotion, myttnlogy, and ideology in modem 
France, from the Third Kepubic to tiie present, through hislorical 
Did aossolturd oppnndies, with reference to the Francophone 

wodd. 
0201 (09317) STAFF MTuWlh9:00am-l 0:45am 

UMZ3118) 
Dis course wl be taught by o vtsifing professor. Dr. Christian 
Groume, of Kce, Fnnce. Fought concuiently with FliFN 31 1 ond 
FI!EK404. 

FREK798 Master's Independent Study 

(1-3) MG/AUD. 
Indnidual instrochon coune: contoc) depoihnent or instractor to 
ufjturi section nunibet 

FREII799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-31IIEG. 

Intvidual instnjcGon course: contoct depmtment a instructoi to 
cittDin section number. 

Flt£N898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(3) REG/AUD. 
Indnidual nstradion course: contact department or instiuctor to 
olilDin section nuntiiei 

FiiEii899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research 

(H)REG. 
biMdual 'mstiuction course: contact deportment or instnjctoi to 

obtisn section number. 



GEOG Geography 

(BtH.wioRAL AND Social Scie.vces) 
GE0G202 The World in Cultural 
Perspective 

(3) REG/PF/AUO. 

CORE: Behavioral and Sodal Sdence (SB) The in^t of ojlhiral 
traits, sudi OS reigion. ionguoge and (yeBnod systems, on the 
earth's landscape. Hie tnnshinnotion of the earth's surfoce os o 
result of cuhunJ ifnersilY, settlement pottoms, potticol orgonzo- 
tion, cultoial evolution, ond population growth. 
0201 (09424) Eney, A. MW9:00am'l 2:30pm 
(l£f 1222) 

GEOG321 Maryland and Adjacent 
Areas 

(3)R£G/P-F/AUD. 

(he (liysicd enwonment, natural resources, and population in lelo' 
ton to ogriaillwe, mdustry, transport, and trade in the State of 
Moyland ond odjocent oreos. 

0201(09434) Eney, A. MW l:00irb4:30pm 

(lfF1221) 



GEOG340 Geomorphology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Survey of londform types ond role of processes in their generotion. 
Frequency of occurence ond impficotions for lond utilization 
Emphasis on coostal, fluvial, and gbcial londfoims in different envi- 
ronmentol settings, londfomi regions of Maryland. 
0201 (09444) feomey, M. TuT1i9:30om-l :00pm 
(IfF 2166) 

GEOG373 Geographic Information 
O Systems 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Chotocteristics and oigonizotion of geogrophic doto; cieotiott ond 
use of digital geospotiol dotoboses; metodoto; spotiol data models 
for thematic mapping ond mop analysis: use of geographic informo 
tion system in sodety, government, ond business. Pratticol training 
with use ol odvnnced softwoie ond geographic dntobases. 
0201 (09484) Shuey, C TuTh 6:00pm-9 :30pm 
(LEF1221) 

GEOG384 Internship in Geography 

iPermkeq) 
(3) S-F 

Individual instruction couise: contoct depoitment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. Pieieqaisite: GfOG 305, onrf GfOC 310; 
and permission ol departmenl- Coiequisite: Of 00 385. Supervised 
field haining to provide coieei experience. Introduction to profes- 
sional level octivities, demonds, opportunities. Ptacement ot o pub- 
lic ogency, nonpiofit orgonizohon, or private fimi. Portidpotion 
requires opplicotion to the internship advisor In pieceding semester 

GEOG385 Internship Research Paper 

IPermHeql 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

Individual instruction cou5e; contoct deportment or instradot to 
obtiiin section number. Pieiequisite: 6106 305: ood 6£06 310; 
and pennission of depaitmeot. Caeiiusile: Of 00 384. Seminor 
conducted on compus. Researdi paper reloted to the student's 
intemship. 

GE0G421 Cultural Ecology 

(3)REG/P-F/AU0. 

Bosic issues conceming the noturol history ol humons hom the per- 
spective ol the geographer. Bosic components ol selected behov- 
iorol ond nfflural systems, theii evolution ond odoptotion, and sui- 
vrval stiotegies. 
0201 (09506) Geores, M. luTh 1 :00pm4:30pm 
(IfF 1222! 

GE0G498 Topical Investigations (Permteq) 

(1-3) REG/P-f/AUD. 

Indrvidutd 'Distraction course: comoct deportioent or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

GE0G788 Selected Topics in Geography 

(PermReq) 
(1-3) REG/AUO. 

Intfrviduol instruction course: contoct deportment oi instructor to 
obtain section number. 

GE0G789 Independent Readings (Permiteq) 

(1-3IREG/AUD. 

Individual instiuction course: conflict depottinent or instroctor to 
obrain section number. Contoct deportment to moke ortongements. 

GEOG790 Internship in Geography 

IPermSeq) 
(3) REG/AUO. 

Individual instiuction course: contoct deportment or instiuctor to 
obtiiin section number. Field expenence in the stirdent's speaolty in 
federal, stiite, oi loco! ogency or privote business. Reseoich popei 
required. Contact department to moke orrnngemenls, 

GE0G799 Master's Thesis Research 



Individual instiuction course: conroct department or instiuctijr ti) 
obto'm section number. 



GEOG899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research iPeimgeqi 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 

obtain section number 



GEOi Geology 

(Co.MPUTER, Mathematical and 
Physical Scie.nces) 

GE0L499 Special Problems in Geology 

IPermKeql 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Indniidunl instiuction course: contort deportment or instiuctor to 

obrain section number. 

GE0L799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-4) REG. 

Individuol instiuflion course: contoct department or instiuctor to 
obtoin section number. 

GE0L899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG/S-F 

Individual instiurtion course: contort deportment or instiuctor to 
obtoin section number. 



GERM Germanic Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 
GERM102 Elementary German II 

(41 REG/P-F/AUO. 

Preiequisite: 6EIIM 101 or equivalent Fonnerly OFUM ! 12. A con- 
tinuation of GERM 1 1 , completing the inhoduction of basic sfruc- 
tores ond continuing the involvement witii the dvilizotion of the 
Getmnn^peaking world. 

0201 (09786) STAFF MTuWlhf 11 :00nm-l :00pm 

(1MZ3203) 

GERM202 Intermediate German II 

(4) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: Humonities (HO) Prerequisite: 6[ltM 201. Hot open to stu- 
dents who hove completed Sfffl( 21 1. Credit mil be granted for 
only one of the lotlowing: Of /ffl 202 or OFUM 21 1 or GFRM 1 04. 
Formerly 6FRM 2fl. Continuation of ^ERM 201, Grammoi review 
ond gieoter mastery of vocabulary, idioms, conversotional fluency 
ond composihonol skills, Reodings stiess the current lile^tyle ond 
dvilizotion of the Gerniofrspeoking wodd. 

0201(09806) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l :00pm 

(IMZ3I18) 

GERM499 Directed Study: Directed 
Study in German 

(1-3) REG/AUO. 

Individuol instiuction course: contort department or instiurtor to 
obtoin section number. 

Contort instiurtor before registering. 

GERM798 Master's Independent Study 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuflion course: contort department or instiuctor to 
obtoin section number. 
Contort instiurtor before registering, 

GERH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contort deportmenr or instiurtor to 
obram seflion number. 

GERM898 Doctoral Independent Study 

(1-31 REG/AUD. 

Indhriduol instiuction couise; contort deportment oi instiurtor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

GERM899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instiuflion couree: contort deportment or instiurtor to 
obtoin section number. 



52 VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT www. inform. umd.edu/summer 



SESSION II 



GVPT Government and 
Politics 

'Behamorai and Social Sciencesi 
GVPTi 00 Principles of Government 
and Politics 
(3)lK/r-f/MNi. 
COO: DdnM ari Snd Sden (SI) A skrir ^ *t tEic (riv 
qibs flnd ampb flf potted soBKe. 
a201(0988«) JolKai.C linf:00»12:20)B 
(NKIIOS) 

Gvmzo American Government 

l3)tt6/P-F/JUI0. 
COtt: hMad ad Sodd Sdau (SI) t (BipRkssw sludy 
rfrfa^jw— ■*ell»li<t>* i^nijmmi 
knl 



0201(09897) G«nie(.J. 



MWF9-J0B^11:4SaB 
(S0H1120) 



GVm41 



The Studv- of Political 
Philosophy: Ancient and 
Modem 
(3) ttS/P-f/MID. 
L etrn 00. EonessoK of Aesrioto 
■ri hMb bema fc ■da( ad MfailiriioB ■ HkslBi 

020) (09918) Mci. L tilt 1rOQ|>ihl:2a^ 
(SO 0104) 

Gvn309(' Topics in International 
Relations: Human Rights 
and Democratization in 
Latin .America 
(3) m/r-f/m. 



0201(09938) faiim.1 



b11i2:00|i>6-iO)B 
(1YD0117) 



IUsoi]RBaliESflUI44SB. 

Gvmo»X Topics in International 

O Relations: Conflict 

Resolution - The Israeli 
Palestinian Experiment 
(3)lt[fi/P-F/AI)D. 
0201 (09948] Hosa]S9an.M. )i11i 6.-aOFD^.2Qpni 

(no 0101) 

1o be Mm IB^ W I'l'ciiB ari (snet Pidessac; ID Ota 
lidoK Wpiiri b *e oAt, *e fen fKES ad ■ 
onied eonse ii (ndtcr KsMa a fc isK if Jseriem. 
Cone tni^ lif Maul Hssgn ad Ednd fafaa. 

GYFT386 Experiential Learning fftniCe<; 

(3^) lES/P-t 

hW^UEJB: pBOBSn of KfK^Bt. 56 SOKJE f tuc 

0201 (09989) SOFF Tae ed «■ b be aaged 

GYirai Topical Investigations fftm/M 
(l-3)ttG,T-f/MID. 

0?01 nOOOO; SOFF rmeadnntobeBaied 

GYira9l Seminar in Government 
O and Politics: \1etnam 
Legacies and Film 

(3)IEE/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (10050) Vieln. L MW 6.'00p»9-iOpB 
(PIS))30) 

smw Islamic Political Philosophy 

(3) IE6/P-F/M)D 

OlYf ?S;T> Tne tirrrg, y n » »=f3 x~cfi —(^ "^ •s of 

tuntTi :BCScr inx,' ^ ier -bo™ ism, TC T-nar iT-je 

020! ,10070, ttescssor,.V. 11^. 2:0O[r-5;2!)?^ 
(TfDOIll) 
Alsool!aal(EFW.408. 



BYn479* Problems of .American 
O Public Polio-: The Politics 
of the Metnam War 
(3)t£6/TF/*UD. 
0201(10090) Wat, L tilbi«lp»9:50|a 

(nsnao) 
emtn Readings in Government and 
Politics 
(31IS/AUD. 



HESI7M Independent Study 
(U)tf6//UI0. 



Gvnw Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 
04)10. 



■ oDEeiaMd 
ofalii seda (BsfacL 

HESP Hearing and 
Speech Sciences 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences 
HESnti Experiential Learning fftrnfaj; 

hMiri lOKia (HSE cMd defMa* ■ iEMB b 
id*a iiii i ai*ii W mpi* ' ^aasaarfd iii ia Lrt 56 
aaDbrias. 

HESM07 Bases of Hearing Science 

(3)IEG/P-f/MH). 

=^n5ws«. /C?5//. Fuidonierds o( heorinj, indudrg ti« 
jf^fso a sound. onsotiTr at 5^isobCr cr peiptiaol otid caimi 
oudMY TEms sfsleni, psycnocn^sm pnxedua used r meo- 
sooBi of auiny sasrin ad peKG|ta, ad b|B5 ■ psf 
dnlaycd ocndo. 
0201(10213) Naili i u i.*. MWI1K)0ai-):1Spm 

(m)2iir 

Hf5f4l7 Principles and Methods in 
Speech-Language Pathologv' 
and .\udiologv" 

(3) KG/P-f/AUD. 

fterajuys. ~.tSP 402. HlSr i" X-e jrrofes safiri; Is 
taSrer' j speed-, ongu:^ M 'ecrrc ascroas r dniora-. 
anjatus. 
020'. '3223. Ptrw.S. MiuWTnf 9;3flGm-lih50ora 
Off 1201) 

HESr499 Independent Study fAniEi) 
(l-3)IE^-F/AUD. 



obbii SBdia wte 

KSrUi Research Practicum; Minor 
Research Problems 
(1-3) U6/AUD. 

Miidd ieatiaia ause: aatad depotaetf a iismjdot to 

iJUnuSmwrnlii 

HfSK39l Special Topics in Hearing 
and Speech Sciences: 
Dysphagia 
(3)tEe/AUD. 

bnU K Md. OMse (tmnr. 

0201 (I02i7) McOi 6. 

Meels 07/1 2/9907/30/99 MMV 3:a0pBi.-fl0pb 
(PIS1111) 
F 1:00[n»4:00pra 
(FlSini) 

HESW9 Clinical Practice in 
.Audiology (famte^ 
(l-aUG/AUO. 



HBr72t Advanced Clinical Practice 
in Speech 
(2)KG/AUD. 

0201(10311) SOrF rmarimabbeanaged 

lob 

HBf79» Master's Thesis Research 
(14) BEE. 



ofalai section widNi. 

HESn99 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 
(14) ta. 

MnAcf rsmxtoi couse: conssct deportnem a nsaww n 
odtar section aiTtet 



HISP Historic 
Preservation 



(.ARCHITECTL'RE) 

H6M19 Special Topics in Historic 
Preservation tfamteq) 
(3) IK/AUD. 

0201 (10375) Ftet J. rmeondmcnilobeaiaiged 

HISP700 Final Seminar in Historic 
Preservation 

(3)ia/AUD. 

Cnbol eMbnMa of fnpO. polfoio, or fiebbnifc a ididi de 
sbdols bne bea aoiliiq dma^ *e pnjn; siiteis 
of tebric y tfiMdlMi [wicess ad uJwuiufe idh sftoi foois 
a UKUS in IK Seb. 
0201(10417) Fbxt. J. Tae oiri ram to be omnged 



HIST History 



u^RTS AND Humanities) 
HOT 12 The Rise of the West 

1500-1789 

13)l£B/F-f/AUD. 

COC: Haariies on) foneijy /er f3?. KsbiY of eoV 
■odn BafeL Detdoiaal of de aiad oasdoaess of 
Envea peqdes. Enhia of ilDfe pna ad bnaam 
euwinc insttiiBS, at, ibraMe, soEnce and lefi^oo. 
020in(M77) tais^llL MiWIbr 11 lOOom-l 2:20pm 
OEYOIIi) 

Hisn 54 Histor>' of the United States 
to 1865 
mtss/r-f/m. 

OXiL- Socid 01 Pbttad lisKiy (SH) Ike IMed Sbbs fmi 
cohnd iaes b de ed of <b CM Ml EsbUetent end 
dewlopnetf of Anaian BsAdiOK. 

0201 (10498) Ho^ «. MMffflif 9:30oni-10-iOom 

(KY0IO3) 

HOT 57 Historv of the United States 
Since 1865 

(3)H6/f-f/AU0. 
COIL Sodd CI rtttod Hstaiy (StO Ibe Ikied SMes bat die 
od of Ik CM Nb b db peat EoMnic. sodi nkledBnl 
ad infeiri deidoimab. Bse of 'odEtpy ad anogon (d die 
IMBtSUesosoanUpoMi 
0201 (10509) wa«le, E. «*W ll«)ai-12:20|)ni 
(CY0103) 

HIST225 .Modem Military History, 
1815-Present 
(3)l[G/P-f/AUD. 
Ibe nAoy JEbiy of Bnpe draj^ a eDnindioo of die ecD- 
nont. liiadol sMegi. bdioi ad kdookgial lEfeds of de 
denhpnad of maay lElluias ad mfab ban db Cagpes 
ofViamiilSISbdiepRseb. 
0201(10529) Sonddo.]. HfloWW 9;30irhlO:50om 
OIYOIU) 



HIST314A Crisis and Change in the 
Middle East and Africa: 
Nationalism and Nation- 
Building in the .Middle East 

|3)tt6/P-F/AU0. 

OIVteiTY 
0201 (10549) ZK. M. MTuWll)ni:00an)'12.20|>ii 

(in 0125) 

lflST337 Europe in the World Setting 
of the 20th Century 

(31 MG/PF/AUO. 

Poiiicol. eaxnnc and cuMud dratopments in 20lh cendfy 
EtfOpe Mh spedd efflfhES on fe fodon imohed in the tw 
Korid ras oni tor glofaal mpods and ^yftonre. 
0201(10559) bnr,e. MliWIW T-JOnhlO-iOai 
(mf0126) 

Hisnss Civil War and the Rise of 
O Industrialization, 1 860- 1 900 
(3)IEG/r-f/AIH). 

6eA rf be ynbd Ibr adlr one y d^ lUbnii;: MS7 355 onf 
/erJM. Old «tai sedad ad doss oadte ad dar iqaxT 
a Anaia tk ad lEMias bom die begiaiag of dc CM 
Vtar dnoji Be GUed Aqoe sodiL ecBnon^ an poBo nob' 
sbidBn of die abn; ndusfeirfnlnt obaiitfa^ ad bdah 
logjod dnges. 
0201(10579) OtknMD.S MWi:00pnh9:15fni 
(fff0120) 

HIST357 Recent America; 
1945- Present 

(3) m/?-f/m. 

haimenist HIST IS7 a HISI 356. Ciaitwlbe giaiied la 
iii*imotihhkmvg:HISJ357orHISr367 JipfniiitiSliri 
fnm the irajgurtion of Hory S. i\tnai w "tie present wiiti 
eflifdnsis nfftt potts ad fonign nfations, but vnth consiienjtKxi 
of spedof bps sndi os luiudbJii. consenfltisn), and labor. 
0201 (10589) Smenj, H. MWmiF9:30onflO:SOani 
(1IY0125) 

Hisnu Experiential Learning ifemkq) 

heiofMSie: peiwissat al ikpatma. 56 semeaa Ivus. 
0201 (lOiOO) Flodi, J. rme and room id be ononged 

HISI419A Special Topics in History': 
Field Work .Analysis (Famteq] 

(3) H6/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (W12: Hdun.l. Tme and nxm to be onoiged 

HIST453 Diplomatic Histor>- of the 
O United States from 1914 

(3)K6/PF/AUD. 

hneiiar (oragi i^ldioRS in ite iwnneiii cemuy. Woild lAfor I. 
die eieot Deixessai. Woild Ita n. the Cold War. Itie Korean IMi. 
and yieMm. A axidnnljon of HIST 452. 
0201(10622) 2has, 5. «IWi:00pra-9:15|B 
(ttY0125) 

HIST459A Society in America: 
O Historical Topics: Native 
American Ethnohistor)': 
Theories and Methods 
(3) m/f-f/m. 

0201 (10632) Bboks, i. ilI1l6*)pn^9:15pm 
(ffT0125) 

H6I447 Histor)' of Maryland 
O (31»E6/P-f/AUD. 

httad, sodd ad ecoaanc bislDiY of Moytaid bom de sewn- 
feeidicadaYbdbpbseri. 
0201 (10652) S««aain.t bib 6M)pm-9:15pni 
(KEY 0124) 

HIST499 Independent Study: Field 
Work in Israel (hmkti) 
(l-31J£6/P-f/AI)D. 
0201(10674) HaAfli.1. Tine and mom b be ononged 



COURSE LISTING / SESSION II 53 



SESSION II 



HiST499t Independent Study (Pemlieqi 

(l-3)ll£G/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (10685) SWF Time end room to be aminged 

HIST61M Special Topics in History: 
Field Work Analysis 

(1-3)lltG/*UD. 
0201(10697) Hokm, t lime ond room to be orrangal 

Hisr6l98 Special Topics in History: 
Independent Study (Pem^eql 

(l'3)REG/AUD. 

loMual insmidioii course: contoct deportment or lEtiudoi to 
obtiii section number. 

HIST799 Master's Thesis Research 

(Permfeqj 

(l-iltEG. 
luMM insmidion course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

Hisr899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IFemReq) 
(1-8) REG. 

Indrviduol instniction course: contoct department or instnictor to 
obtoin section number. 



HLTH Health 



'He.\lth .a.m. Hl.m.\n Performasxe) 

Htffll06 Drug Use and Abuse 
(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

An jntenisdpinary omlysis of contemporary dmg issues and prob- 
lems. The cause wl enmine physiological, psychologicai, sodd, 
piijoso|ilrici]l. listDriail, legal ond health aspects of dnig use and 
abuse. Special attentnr wG be focused on those general motivo- 
lioiis lof dnjg use that attend Se on the cofiege compus. 
0201(10763) Gcoy,S MTuWIhF9:30om-10:S0om 

(HHP1303) 

HIIH140 Personal and Community 
Health 

(3) R£G/P-F/AUD. 

Mniig ond significance of physical, mentol and sociol heolth as 
idoled Id Ihe rndindud and to sod^ importont phases of notion- 
(^ hecM pioUems; consmjdive methods of promoting health of 
the individual and the communHy. 
0201 (10774) Blown, S. MIuWThf 9:30am-10:50ani 
(HHP130I) 

HUHl 50 First Aid and Emergency 
O Medical Services 
(2)Rh;/p-f/aud. 

Ledue, demoKStrotion and training in emergency care, induding 
cantopulmonanr resusdtolion, hemorrhoge control, shod, poisons 
and bone injmy treotment and diUdbirth. Americon Red Cross and 
Heart Assodolion of Morylond Ceftihcotion tnnnjed. 
0201 (10786) Torchio, T. TuWHi i0:00am-1 1:S0am 

(HHP0302) 
0202(10787) /MslEin,S. MW 6:00pm«:4S|»n 
(HHP0302) 

HIIH285 Controlling Stress and 
Tension 

(3)REG/P-F/AUD. 

HecM problems related to stress and tension. Analysis of causative 
psydi»«dd stiessois and intenening pbysiolagicol mednnisms. 
Emphasis on (levenfoii ond control of stress thiou^ leduikiues 
suh OS biofeedbodi, medtalion ond neuiomusailar retoiotion. 
0201 (10798) Grar, S MIuWIhF 11 :00om-1 2:20pm 
(HHP1301) 
Sedion 0101 indudes o service boning component, looming «v3l 
be enhanced by students applying knowledge and sluls learned m 
the doss to people in need of the this expertise. In tunr, people in 
need wl benefit horn this service. 

HIIN289 Topical Investigations 

11-31 RtG/P-F/AUD. 

IkMuoI instniction course: contact deportment or nstructor to 
oMn sedion number. Contoa deportment to moke orrongements. 



HUH377 Human Sexuality 

O (3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

foimerif HUh 477. The biologKol ond developmentol ospects of 
humon sexuafity; rtie psychdogicol and emotJonol ospects of sexu- 
al behavior; sexual identity, the hrstoiKol, cultural, soaol, linguistic, 
legal and morol forces affecting sexual ssues; the importance of 
communicalion, disdosure ond mtimocy in InterpeRonol relahon- 
ships; and reseordi trends in the oreo of human sexuolity. 
0201(10811) Milstein,S Tulh5:45pm-9:15pm 
(HHP1303) 
Section 0102 indudes o service leoming component, leoining wi 
be enhonced by students opplying knowledge ond skills learned 
the doss to people in need of the this expertise. In nim, people 
need vnll benefit horn this service, 

HIIH386 Experiential Learning (PemReql 
(3-6)REG/P-E 

Individual instiuchon course: contoct deportment or instnjctoi to 
obrtin sedion number. Pwiequisite: peimsion ol deportment. i6 
xmeslei k>m. Contort deportment to moke onongements. 

HIJH389 Topical Investigations 

(1-3)REG/P-f/AUD. 

IndrfldunI instturtion course: contort deportment or instnidor to 
obtain section number. Contoct deportment to moke onongements. 



HUH471 Women's Health 

O (3) REG/P-f/AUO. 

DIVERSITY iko offered os WMSI 47]. Qeiiit yiill be qtmtei for 
ortly OIK of (fie folbwing: HiTfi 471 or WMSI 47 1. The women's 
heahh movement fiom the perspective of consumerism ond femi- 
nism. Ihe physidanpotient relotionship in the gynecologicol ond 
other medicol settings. The g/necologitol exam, gynecologicol prob- 
lems, contraception, oboihon, pregnnncy, breost ond ceivicol concei 
and surgical procedures. Psychological aspects of gynecological con- 
cerns. 

0201 (10855) STAFF MTuWIh 12:30pm2:10pm 

(HHP1301) 

0202(10856) Hunt,M. MW5:45pm-9:15pm 
(HHP1302) 

Hmf489 Field Laboratory Projects 

and Workshop IPermHeq) 
(1-6) REG/P-F/AUO. 

IndividunI inshudion course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. Contort deportment to moke orrongements. 

Him688 Special Problems in Health 
Education 

(1-6)REG/AUD. 

Indhriduol instmction course: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obto'm sechon numbei. Contort deportment to moke onongements. 

HIJH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6)REG/S-F 
IndividunI instnjchon couise: contort deportment or instnirtor to 
obtoin sertion numbei. Contort deportment to moke onongements, 

HIIH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG/S-F 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instiurtoi to 
obtain section number. Contort department to moke onongements. 



HONR Honors 



(U.sder(,r..\L)L',»lTe Studies) 
H0HR239K Honors Seminar: The 
O Discovery of PersonaUty 
In Literature 

(3) REG. 
CORE: literoture (HL) 
0201(10964) Howord, J. TuTh 6:30pm-9:45pm 
(PIS 1115) 



HONR2590 Honors Seminar: Conformity, 
RebeUion, and Identity: A 
Literary Perspective 

(3) REG. 

CORE: literature (HI) 
0201(10984) Airozo,!. MTumf 9:30om-10:50om 
(ANA 0100) 

HORT Horticulture & 
Landscape Architecture 

(Agriculture and Natural 
Resources) 

H0RT389 Horticulturallntemshlp 

(1-6)REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(11088) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

H0RT399 Special Problems in 
Horticulture 

(1-2) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instniction couise: contort deportment oi instnirtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei. 

H0RT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-61 REG. 

Individuol instnirtion course: contort deportment or mstrurtor to 
obtoin sechon numbei, 

H0RT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instTurtion couise: contort deportment or instnictoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 



ITAL Italian 



(Arts and Humanities) 
ITAL1 02 Elementary Italian II 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: IJAL /OI or permiaon of depattmenl. Conhnuohon of 
study of basic grammoi, wntten ond oral woit, with increosed 
emphnsis on spoken Itolion. 

0201(11163) Folvo,J. MTumh9:00om-ll:15om 

{JM71224) 

ITAC27I The Italian-American 
O Experience (in English) 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonities (HO) 

0201(11173) FokJ. MW 6:OOpm-9:20pm 

UM21215) 

ITAL399 Directed Study in Italian 

(1-3) S-E 
0201(11184) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

ITA1499R Special Topics in Italian 
O Studies: Italian for Research 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(11194) Moiahoh,M. MWTh6:00pm-8:15pm 
0/UZ3118) 
Introdurtion to reoding techniques; prarticum in reoding 
comprehension. No knowledge of Itolion lequirad. 

IVSP Individual Studies 
Program 

(Undergraduate Studies) 
IVSP317 Progress Report 

(l)S-E 

Individuol insnurtion couise: contort deportment oi instnirtor to 
obtoin sertion number. PrereqoNte admission to IVSP motor A 
wnllen onolysis of the piogram. Shidents register for IVSP 317 
only once, the semestei befoie the hno! term. 



IVSP318 Independent Learning 

Activities: Individual Studies 

IPermReql 
(1-6) REG. 

Ind'widuol inshudion couise: contort deportment oi instructor to 
obtain sechon numbei IVSP moiois only 

IVSP420 Senior Paper (Permfleql 
(3) REG. 

Individuol instiudion couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei Prerequisite, admission to IVSP mojor for 
IVSP mo(Ofs on/y Synthesizing finol popet or o finol speciol praiert. 

JAPN Japanese 

(Arts and HutkiANiTiES) 

JAPN102 Elementary Japanese II 

(61 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pierequisite: liPH 101 or equimlent Continued inhoduction to the 
bosic spoken potteins of contemporaiy Joponese. 
0201(11309) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-l 2:20pm 

(JMZ 2206) 

JAPN202 Intermediate Japanese II 

(6) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: liPH 201 or equimlent foimeriyMPH 206. 
Conlemporory spoken ond wrirten Joponese. 
0201(11329) STAFF muWThf 9:30om-l 2:20pm 

(JM2 0202) 

JOUR Journalism 

( Journalism) 

J0UR398 Independent Study 

(1-3) REG. 

Individuol instnjrtion couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei Contort deportment to moke orrangements. 
Consult in JRN 1 1 18 for sertion ond MARS code coiiesponding to 
foculty member, 

JOUR400 Law of Mass Communication 

(3) REG. 

lunior stonding. Legal nghts and conshoints of moss medio; libel, 
privocy, copyright, monopoly, contempt, and other ospects of the 
low opplied to moss communicotion. Previous shidy of the low not 
raquited, 

0201 (11503) STAFF MW 4:00pm-7:00pm 

(JRN J J 16) 

0202(11504) Rush,T MW 4:00pm-7:00pm 

(JRN J 116) 
Graduote ond odvonced speciol students must register for sertion 
0202 

JOUR502 Reporting for Graduate 
Students 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Prerequisite: JOUK 501 oi permission of department Intensive 
troining in bosic public offoiis joumolism foi gioduote snidents with 
limited noining oi experience. Not opplicoble for degree ciedit, 
0201(11564) Clone. S MTuWThF 9:00om-10:40om 
(IRN3102) 

J0UR698 Special Problems in 
Communication 

(1-3) REG/AUD 

Individuol inshurtion course' contort deportment or instruflor to 
obtoin sertion numbei 

Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 foi sertion ond MARS code coiiesponding to 
foculty member 

J0UR798 Masters Professional 
Fieldwork 

(2-6) REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contort depoitment or instiurtoi to 
obtain sertion number. 

Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 fo< sedion and MARS code corresponding to 
hiculty member. 



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JOUR799 Master's Thesis Research 

|I'6|REG. 

Individual instruction couise: contort depoitment oi insliucloi to 

obtoin section number 

Consult in JRN 1 II 8 loi section coiiesponding lo focully member, 

J0UR888 Doctoral Practicum in Mass 
Communication 

(3-9) RfG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction couise: contoct depoitment or insfrurtor to 
obtoin section number 

Consult in IRN 11 18 for section ond MARS code coiiesponding to 
locully member 

J0UR889 Doctoral Tutorial in Mass 
Communication 

(3-9) REG/AUO. 

Individuol instiuction course: contort deportment or instructor lo 
obtoin section number 

Consult in JRN 1 1 1 8 lot section ond MARS code coiiesponding lo 
fncultv member 

J0UR899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research in Mass 
Communication 

(l-8)RtG/S-F. 

Individuol inslruction couise: contoct depoitment or instructor to 
obloin section number 

Consult in JRN 1 1 18 foi secbon ond MARS code coiiesponding lo 
focully member 

JW$T Jewish Studies 

(Arts and Humanities) 

JWST499W Independent Study in Jewish 

Studies IPemHet;) 
ll-3)REG/P-f/AUD. 

0201(11886) Holum, K. Time ond room to be orionged 
This course is only ovoiloble in Israel- 

KNES Kinesiology 

(Health and Human Performance) 
KNE$137N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Golf 

(Beginning) 

MIREG/P-F. 

0201(11937) Peterson, F. MTuWTh9:30om-10:50nm 
(GIF 1102) 
Students must poy o 525 golf focilily fee directly lo pra shop. 

KNES154N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Swimming 
(Beginning) 

(IIREG/PF 

0201(11958) Litton, C. MTuWTb l:00pm-2:20pm 
(CRCB0120) 

KNES155N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Tennis 
(Beginning) 

(1)REG/P-F 

0201(119/1) Peteison, F MTuWTh 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(COL 1100) 

KNESI550 Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Tennis 
(Intermediate) 

(1)REG/P-F 

0201(11984) Peleison, F MTuWTh 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(COL 11 00) 

KNES157N Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Weight 
Training (Beginning) 

IDREG/P-F 

0201(11995) Cotino,P MTuWTh 8:00flm-9:20am 
(HHP0103) 



KNES1570 Physical Education 

Activities: Coed: Weight 
Training (Intermediate) 

(1)REG/PF 

0201(12006) Cotinn, P MTuWTh 8:00om-9:20flm 
(HHP0103) 

KNES262 Philosophy of Sport 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Hoinonities (HO) Nol open to iludenh who haw comfleled 
KHIS 362 Ciedil will he gwnled for only one ol the fofcmnj; 
mfS 262 01 0fS 362 fomieily KHIS 362 Form ond content 
of the philosophy of sport The hosts of knowledge in ond obout 
sport, the stiuclure ond tfieones of the discipline, the onlologicol 
ond moiol implicotions ond dilemmos involving spoit, ond the 
inlciochons between philosophy ond the scientific ond humonisbc 
ospecis of sport 
0201(12016) Svionson, L TuTh l:00pm-4:20pm 
(HHP1302) 

KNES289 Topical Investigations iPemReql 
(1-3) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

KNES350 The Psychology of Sports 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

foimerly PHIO 350. An explorobon of the peisonolity foctois, 

including, but not limited to mohvohon, oggiession ond emobon, 

OS they effect spoils porticipohon ond motor skill peifoimonce. 

0201(12067) Hotfield,8, Tulh 4:30pm-7:50pm 

(HHP03O2) 

KNES360 Physiology of Exercise 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequisitei: IWOl 20 1, ami 1001 202): or pemission ol 
depailmenl. fomeily PHIB 360 A study of the physiology of 
exeicise, including concepts of woik, musculor controction, energy 
ttonsfoimohon, metobolism, oxygen debt, ond nulrihon ond otfilet- 
ic performonce. Emphasis on coidiovosculoi ond lespiiolory funcbon 
in relohon to physicol nctivity ond Iroining. 
0201(12077) Blown, M MWf 9:30om-ll:30om 
(HHP2132) 
Tulh9:30om-ll:30om 
(HHP 2132) Lob 
0202(12078) Brown, M. MWF 9,30om-ll:30om 
(HHP 2132) 
TuThl2:00pm-2:00pm 
(HHP 2132) Lob 

KNES389 Topical Investigations (PemKeql 
11-3) REG. 

Individual Instiuction course: contoct depoitment oi instrucloi to 
obtain section number. 

KNES455 Scientific Bases of Athletic 
Conditioning 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieijuisile: KHIS 360 fomeily PHIB 455. An exominohon of 
physicol litness/otfilehc condihoning piograms stressing the practi- 
col opplicahon ol exeitise physiology theoiy foi enhoncing othlebc 
peifoimonce Coidiovosculoi consideiohons, stiengtti ond powei 
development, nutiibon, speed, musculni endurance, enviranmentol 
considerations ond eigogenic aids. 
0201(12106) Hatfield, B MW 4:30pm-7:50pm 
(HHP 2132) 

KNES498 Special Topics in Kinesiology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort depoitment oi instiurtoi to 
obtain sechon number 

KNES689 Special Problems in 

Kinesiology (PemKeq) 
11-3) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contort depoitment or instrudoi to 
obtoin sechon number 

KNES799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPemSe(f) 
11-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obloin section numbei. 



KNES899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (PeimKeiiJ 

(1-8) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contoct deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion number 

LARC Landscape 
Arciiitecture 

( Al,Rlc;ULTURE AND NATURAL 

Resources) 

IARC489K Special Topics in Landscape 
Architecture: English 
Landscape and Country 
House 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
024K (12197) Sullivon,). 

Meets 07/1 2/99-08/20/99 Time and loom to be oiranged 

LARC499 Independent Studies in 
Landscape Architecture 

(1-4)REG/PF/AUD. 

0201(12208) STAFF Time and loom to be oiranged 

UTN Latin 

(Arts and Hiimanities) 

IATN220 Intermediate Intensive Latin 

IPemKeql 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieiequiiite IAIN 102, oi lilH 120, oi equimlent. Hoi open lo 
students wilh aeiil hi LAIN 201 Review of Lotin grammoi; reed- 
ing in piose ond poetiy fiom selecred outfiois 
0201 (1 2268) Mejei, J. MTuWThF 9:30am-l 1 :1 Oom 

(PLS1184) 
Shjdents oie odvised to pick up couise infoimotion befoie 
registering foi the couise. 

[ATN499 Independent Study in Latin 
Language and Literature 

iPemhq) 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(12279) Hollett, J, Time and loom to be oiranged 

LATN699 Independent Studies in Latin 
Literature {Peimieq) 

(1-31REG/AUD. 

0201 (1 2290) Hollett, J. Time ond lOom lo be oiranged 

LBSC Library Science 

(Library and Inlokmation Services) 
LBSC601 Information Use iPemKeql 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequmte: permission ol depailmenl Nature and use of infoimo- 
bon ond knowledge: model of infoimobon/ knowledge cycle, infoi- 
mohon tionstei systems in society; stiuctuie ond functions ol infoi- 
mohon sysrems Infoimotion useis and theii needs. Methods of 
inguiiy ond pioblem^olving 

0201 (12340) Boilow, D 

Meets 07/1 2/99-08/20/99 MW 9:30am-l 2:45pm 
(HBK0115) 

IBSC690 Information Technology 

O (PemHeql 

(3) RFG/AUD. 

Pieiequisile pemmm ol depailmenl Principles of infoimobon 
processing systems, olgonttims, doto stiurtuies ond infoimonon 
rettievol technigues; system specificobon and implemenrabon tools, 
applicotions; influences on problem solving, rechnology os process. 

0201 (12371) STAFF 

Meets 07/1 2/99-08/20/99 MW 5:30pm-8:45pm 
(HBK0103) 



IBSC707 Field Study in Library 

Service IPemHeq) 
(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieieqmiley all me courses and permission ot both depailmnt 
and imtiuM Unpaid, supeivised experience within libioiy opera- 
bons ond/oi the opportunity to peifoim o study to solve o specific 
problem in o suitoble libraiy oi othei infoimotion ogency. 

0201(12381) Wilson, W 
Meets 07/12/99-08/20/99 Th 3:30pm-5:00pm 
(H8K4115) 

LBSO08V Special Topics in Library 
and Information Service: 
Information Retrieval and 
Resource Discovery on the 
Internet iPemHeq] 
(3) REG/AUD. 
0201(12451) SoeigelD. 

Meets 07/12/99-08/20/99 Tulh 9:30om-12:15pm 
(HBK0103) 
Class will meet one extio session TBA 

LBSC708W Special Topics in Library 

and Information Service: 
Managing Cultural 

Institutions tPermlleql 
(3) REG/AUD. 

0201 (12461) Kurtz, M. 

Meets 07/1 2/99-08/20/99 MW 5:30pm-8:45pm 
(HBK4113) 

LBSC709 Independent Studyffemi«ei)7 

11-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiurtlon couise: contort deportment oi instiurtoi to 
obtoin secbon numbei. 

LBS037 Seminar in the Special 
Library and Information 

Center iPermKeql 
(3) REG/AUD. 

Pieiequislles: peimimn ol depoitmenl; and IBSC 630 or permis- 
s/on ol mliuiloi Role of special libraiies ond infoimorion cenreis in 
the infoimohon tronsiei process. Analysis of tfic infoimotion trans- 
fei sysrem; infoimobon needs and uses, monogemem of special 
lihioiies ond infoimohon centeis; ond types, such os govemmentol 

01 industiiol libiones, oichives, ond infoimorion onolysis cenreis. 

0201 (12473) Abels, E. 

Meets 07/12/99-08/20/99 TuWTh 10:00om-12:30pm 
(HBK0109) 

185045 Storytelling Materials 
and Techniques iPemlleql 

(31 REG/AUD. 

Pieieqomle: pemission ol depailmenl. Literaiy souices ond insttoc- 
bon ond piocbce in oral recbnipues. 

0201 (12493) Sheldon, A 

Meets 07/1 2/99-08/20/99 MW9:30om-12:15pm 
(HBK0105) 

IBS094 Principles of Software 

O Evaluation IPemHeql 

(3) REG/AUD. 

Pmeqamles: IBSC 690 and permission ol depailmenl. Humon foc- 
rois and othei ciireiio foi evoluoting software foi insliurtionoL 
libraiy, and infoimobon opplicotions. Systemobc procedures foi 
evoluoting ond selecbng oppiopriore pockoges. 

0201 (12513) SoeigeLD 
Meets 07/1 2/99-08/20/99 Tulh 6:00pm-8:45pm 
(HBK0103) 
Closs will meet one extra session TBA 

LBSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPeimKeql 
(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiurtion couise: contort deportment ot instiurtoi to 
obrain section numbei. 



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SESSION II 



IIIIG LinguisfKS 



(Arts and Humanities) 
LING240 Langu^e and Mind 

131 REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE Humonities (HO) The study of longuoge os o cognitive 
phsnomenon Woys ol repiesenftng people's knowledge of theic 
notive longuoge, woys in wtiich Ifiot knowledge is ottoined nolurolly 
by children, ond how it is used m speaking ond listening Relevnnt 
philosophicol liteiotute Relotionship to study ol ottiei cognitive 
obilities: reosoning, perception, sensotv-motor development 
0201(12584) Thornton, R MIuWThf 9;30om-10;50om 
(MMH0108) 

LING499 Directed Studies in 

Linguistics IPemRen) 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol instruction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section numbei, 

IING689 Independent Study 

1I-3)REG/AUD. 

0201(1259/) STAFF Time ond room to he oitonged 

LING698 Directed Study {?emhn) 

13) REG. 

Individuol instiucfion course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

LING798 Research Papers in 
Linguistics 

11-6)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number. 

LING799 Master's Thesis Research 

11-6) REG. 
Individuol instiuction course: contact depoitment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

LING889 Directed Research iPemhif) 
11-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtain section number. 

IING895 Doctoral Research Paper 

16) REG 

0201(12616) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

LING899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPermfeql 
11-8) REG. 

Individuol instnjction course: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number 



MAPL Applied 
Mathematics 



(CoMi'UTER, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

MAPL698A Advanced Topics in Applied 
Mathematics 

|1-4)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contoct deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number 

MAP1799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction course: contoct deportment or instiuctor to 
obloin secfion number 

MAP1899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion number 



MATH Mathematics 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

MATHOOi Review of High School 
Algebra 

13) REG/PF/AUO. 

KecommenM lot sliidenH nho plan to lake MAIH llOai IMIH 
002 but are oat mwalty ijualitied la ia so. Special lee leqmtei in 
addilion to the leguloi tuition diaige lot loll and ipiing semesteis 
ihis course does not (attv uedit towatds any degree at the 
University. Provides students witb the foundotion in inlermediote 
olgebro tbot is necessory for the study of the first college level 
moth course, MATH 110 Topics include o review ol the operotions 
on reol numbers, lineoi eguotions in one on two voriobles, systems 
of lineof eguotions, lineor inequotihes, opemtions on polynomiols, 
foctoring, opplicotions ond solutions of guodrotic equotions. 
0202(12744) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(MTH0411) 
Students registering for MATH 001 who experience motti onxiety 
or feel deficient in moth study skills should refer to SUMM 003, 
Building Moth SelMonfidence. 

MATHOOIS Review of High School 
Algebra 

13) REG/PF/AUD. 

Recommended lor students who plan to take lUJH 1 10 or MiJH 
002 but are not currently guolrfied to da so. Special fee reguired m 
addition to the regular tofion charge far lall and spring serrtesters. 
Ihis cor/fse does not carry credit towards any degree at the 
llniversih/. 

0201 (12755) STAFF 

Meets 08/09/99-08/20/99 MTuWThF 8:00om-3:30pm 
(MTH0201) 

MATH002 Advanced Review of High 
School Algebra 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Secomwended for shjrients who plan to lake but who are not cur- 
rendy guolified for IMIH 1 15 frereguisite: a saUsfactory Kore on 
the molhemalics placement exam or MAIHOOI or MAJH 00 IL 
Special fee regurred in addihan to the regular hjihon charge lor fall 
and spring semesters Ihis course lioes not carry credit towaids any 
degiee at the Unrmsrty Review ol high school olgebro ol o foster 
poce ond ot o more odvonced level thon MATH 001 Exponents, 
polynomiols, lineoi eguotions in one ond two vonobles, quodrotic 
eguotions, ond polynomiol, rohonol, exponentiol ond logoritbmic 
functions. 
0203(12768) STAFF MTuWThF II :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH1313) 
For those students expenencing motb onxiety or who feel dehcient in 
moth study skills, leter to Ihe speciol progioms secfion, SUMM 003. 

MATHllO Elementary Mathematical 
Models 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frereguisite: permission of department based an sohsfactory scare 
an the mathemahcs placement exam, ai MAIH 001 with o giade 
of f or better, or /MIH 002 Hot open to storfenh mojonnj m 
mathemahcs, engineering, business, life sciences, and die physical 
sciences. Hot open to shidents who hove completed MIH 140, 
miH 220, 01 any IMIH oi SUI couise for which MAIH 140 or 
MIH 220 is a prereguisite Credit will be granted lor only one of 
the following: MAIH 1 10 or MAIH 1 13 Topiu include simple ond 
compound interest, recursion for computing bolonces, instollment 
loons ond omortizohon, oppioximoting doto by linear models, 
onolysis of opplicotions to teoFworld collections of doto, probobility, 
condibonol probobility; independence; expected volue; graphing 
ond onolysis of systems of ineguolities; lineoi progromming ond 
opplicotions. MATH 1 1 IS not open lo students in Ibe Engineenng 
ond Computer, Mottiemoticol, ond Physicol Sciences Colleges. 

0201(12792) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MTH0411) 

0203(12793) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH B0427) 



MATH) 1 1 Introduction to Probability 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Moltiemotics or Formol Reosoning (MS) frereguisite: pei- 
mission al department based on sahsfactory score an Ihe mathe- 
mahcs placement exam, or MAIH 110, or MIH 002 widi a grade 
of C or better Hot open lo shjdents mo/onnj m mathemahcs, engi- 
neenng or die physical sciences Hot open lo shidents who have 
completed SUI 100 oi any MAIH oi SUI couise wrih a preregui- 
site al MAIH 141 Ciedrl will be gianted for only one al die loltow- 
ing: MIH III or SIM 100 Logic, Booleon olgebro, counting, 
prabobility, londom voriobles, expectoNon opplicotions ol tbe nor- 
mol probobility drstribution 
0202(12808) STAFF MTuWThF 9 30om-10-50om 

(MTHB0421) 

MATH) 1 3 College Algebra with 
Applications 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

frereqarsrte permission of department based on sahsfactory score 
on die modiemancs placement exam, or MIH 002 Hot open to 
shidents who have completed MMH 140 oi MIH 220 or any 
couise for which MAIH 140 oi MAIH 220 is a pieieguisile Ciedit 
will be granted far only one of Ihe fallowing: (MAIH 110 oi MAIH 
1 13), or IMIH 1 13 or MIH I IS) Graphs ond opplicohons of 
elementory hinchons including: polynomiol, rotionol, exponenhol 
ond logorithmic hmrtions Systems ol lineor eguotions ond lineor 
ineguolities used to solve representobve problems in lineor 
progromming Motiices ond motiix operations including inverse 
Sequences. 

0201(12822) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MTH 1313) 

0203(12823) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 1308) 

MATH1I5 Precalculus 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frereguisite: permission of department based on sahsfactory score 
on Ihe mathemahcs placement exam, at MAIH 002 widi a grade 
of 8 Of better or MIH 1 13. Hot open to shidents who have 
completed MAIH 140 or any MAIH or SUI course for which MAIH 
140 is a pieiegursite Oedit will be granted for only one of Ihe 
following. MIH 1 13 or MAIH I IS Pieporohon for MATH 220 or 
MATH 140. Elementorv functions ond grophs: polynomiols, rohonol 
funchons, exponenhol ond logorithmic functions, trigonometiic 
hjnctions Algebraic techniques prepototory lor colculus. 

0201(12838) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MTH 0307) 

0202(12839) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(MIH 0307) 

MATH220 Elementary Calculus I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Motbemotics ot Formol Reosoning (MS) Frereguisite- 
permission of deparhneni based on 3 1/2 years of college 
preparatory madiemohcs (including tiigonometry) and sahsfactory 
performance an the mathemahcs placement exam, or MAIH 1 13, 
Of MIH I IS Hot open to shidents maiaiiag m madiemahcs. 
engineering or die physical sciences. Credit will be granted for only 
one of die following: MAIH 140 or MIH 220 Bosic ideos ol 
differenhol ond integral colculus, with emphosis on elementory 
technigues of dWeientiotion ond opplicotions. 

0201(12912) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MTH 0306) 

0202(12913) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-1050om 

(MTH 0306) 

0203(12914) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 0306) 

MATH221 Elementary Calculus II 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE. Mothemohcs or Formol Reosoning (MS) Frereguisite: MJH 
220. or MIH 140, or egaivnlent. Hot open lo shidents matoring 
in madiemahcs, engineeiing oi the physical sciences. Credit will be 
granted for only one of die following. MIH 141 or MIH22I 
Diffeientiol ond integral colculus, with emphosis on elementary 
techniques of integrohon ond opplicotions. 
0201(12926) STAFF MTuWThF 800om-9:20om 

{MIHB0421) 



MATH246 Differential Equations for 
Scientists and Engineers 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frereguisite: MIH 141 or equivalent An introduction to the bosic 
methods of solving ordinory differantiol egunhons. Eguotions of first 
ond second order lineor differantiol eguotions, loplocc tronsforms, 
numericol methods, ond the quolitotive theory of differenhol 
equobons 
0202(12961) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30om-10:50om 

(MTH 0105) 
0203(12962) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 0105) 

MATH406 Introduction to Number 
Theory 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frereguisite: MIH 141 or permission ofdeparlmenf Integers, 
divisibility, prime numbers, unique foctoiizohon, congruences, qucf 
drabc reciprocity, Diophonhne equobons ond orithmebc functions. 
0203(12982) STAFF MTuWThF 1 1 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 0411) 

MATH461 Linear Algebra for Scientists 
and Engineers 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Preregaisites: MIH 141 and one MIH/SIAI course for which 
MIH 141 ISO prerequisite Ihis couise cannot be used toward die 
upper level modi reguiiemenis for MIH/SUI majors. Credd will 
be granted for only one of die following: MIH 240, MAIH 400 at 
MIH 461 Bosic concepts of lineor olgebra. This course is similoi 
lo MATH 240, but with more extensive coveroge of the topics 
needed in npplied lineor olgebra: chonge of bosis, complex eigen- 
volues, diogonolizohon, tbe lordon cononicol form. 
0201(13014) STAFF MTuWThF 8:00om-9:20om 

(MTH 1308) 

MATH463 Complex Variables for 
Scientists and Engineers 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Frereguisite: MAIH 241 or equivalent The olgebra of complex 
numbers, onolytic functions, mopping properbes ol the elementary 
funchons. Couchy integral formulo. Theory of residues ond opplico- 
hon to evoluohon of integrals. Conformol mopping 
0203(13034) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :O0om-l 2:20pm 

(MTH 1311) 

MATH498A Selected Topics in 
Mathematics 

11-9) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiucbon couise: contoct depoitment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain section number 

MATH648A Selected Topics in Analysis 

11-3)REG/AUD. 

0201 (1 3047) STAFF Time ond loom to be oironged 

MATH668A Selected Topics in Complex 
Analysis 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

0201(13058) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

MATH718A Selected Topics in 
Mathematical Logic 

11-3)REG/AUD. 

0201(13069) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

MATH748* Selected Topics in Geometry 
and Topology 

|I-3)REG/AUD. 

0201(13080) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

MATH799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruction couise: contort department or instiuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 

MATH899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG 

Individuol instiucbon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obloin sertion number 



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SESSION II 



MEES Marine-Estuarine- 
Environmentul Sciences 

(Life Sciences) 

MEES608F Seminar in Marine- 

Estuarine-Environmental 
Sciences: Theories of 
ScienceA'ialues in Science II 
(DREG. 
0201(13153) lenoie.K. W8:30om-10:00om 



(oceqiisile: MEES 608E 

MEES699 Special Problems in Marine- 
Estuarine-Environmental 
Sciences 

(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individuol insliuction course: contort deportment oi instruclot lo 
obtoin section number, 

MEfS799 Masters Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indivrduol instruction course: contort deportment or instiuctoi lo 
obloin sertion number 

MEES899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruction course; contort deportment or instructor to 
oblcin secnon number 



METO Meteorology 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

Me0499 Special Problems in 
Atmospheric Science 

(1-3)REG/P-F/AUD. 

individuol instrurtion course: contort deportment or instiurtor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

MET0798 Directed Graduate Research 

(1-3) SF. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instructor lo 
obtoin section number, 

MET0899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) S-f. 

Individuol rnsliuction course: contort deportment or instiurtor lo 
obtoin section number 



MICB Microbiology 

(Life Sciences) 

Ibe following courses moy involve the use of onimols Students 
who ore concerned about the use of onimols in teocbing hove the 
responsibility to contort the instiuctoi, piior to course enrollment, to 
determine whethei onimols ore to be used in the course, whether 
doss exeicrses involving onimols ore ophonol or required ond whnt 
oltemolives, if ony, ore ovoiloble. 

M1CB379 Honors Research 

(2-31 REG/PF/AUD. 

individuol instiuction couise: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin sechon number 

M1CB388 Special Topics in 
Microbiology 

(1-4)REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol insliurtion course: contort deportment or instructor to 
obtoin section number, 

M1CB399 Microbiological Problems 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Individuol instruction course: contort deportment or instructor to 



Mi(Bi88 Special Topics 

(1-41REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruction course- contort deportment or instructor to 
obloin sectron number. 

M1CB799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Indivrduol inshuction course: contort department or instructor lo 
obtain section number 

MICB899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instruction course" contort deportment or instiurtor to 
obtoin section numbei 

MOCB Molecular and 
Cell Biology 

(Life S( ii m ls| 

M0CB699 Laboratory Rotation 

(2-3) S-F 

0201(13407) SfAFf lime and loom to be oiionged 

MOCB899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-81 S-F 

Individuol insiiuclion couise: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion number. 

MUSC School of Music 

(Arts and Humanities) 
MUSC140 Music Fundamentals I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE Histoiy oi Theoiy of Arts (HA) Limteil to non-music majois. 
Intiodurtory theory course. Nototion, scoles, intervals, triads, 
rhythm, form, and basic oural skills. 
0201(13560) STAFF MluWTh 1 1 :00om-l 2;40pm 

(TWS 2102) 
0202(13561) SlSff MTuWTh l:00pm-2:40pm 

(fWS2135) 

MUSC210 The Impact of Music on Life 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD, 
CORE History or Iheoiy of Arts (HA) DIVERSITY Music os o port of 
culhiie, Moteiiols drown from tiodihons thioughoul the globe to 
rllustiale issues of histoncol ond contemporaiy significance, includ- 
ing the import of race, doss ond gendei on the study of music 
0201(13583) STAFF MIuWTbF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 

(TWS 2123) 
0202(13584) STAFF MToWThF 12:30pm-l :50pm 

(T1«S2123) 

MUSC388 Music Internship IPemReql 
(3) REG. 

Individuol instiuction couise: contort deportment oi inshurtoi to 
obtoin section numbei 

MUSC389 Music Internship Analysis 

(PermReql 
(DREG. 

Individual insliurtion couise: contort deportment or instructor lo 
obloin sechon numbei. 

MUSC448 Selected Topics in Music 

(PemKeq) 

(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individual instiuction couise: contort deportmeni oi instructor to 
obtain sectron number. 

MUSC499 Independent Studies IPemfeq) 

(2-3) REG/P F/AUO. 

Individuol insliurtion course: conloct department or instructor to 
obtoin section numbei. 

MUSC699 Selected Topics in Music 

(1-3IREG/AUD. 

Individual instruction couise: contort deportment or instiurtoi lo 
obtain sertion number. 



MUS099 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual instiuction couise: contort deportmeni oi instructor lo 
obtain section numbei. 

MUSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-81 REG. 

Individual instiuchon couise: contact department or instructor lo 
obtain sechon number 

NFSC Nutrition and 
Food Science 

(Ac.RICULlURE AND NATURAL 

Resources) 

The tollowing courses moy involve the use of onimols Shtdents 
who ore concerned about the use of onrmols in teaching hove the 
responsibilily to contact the instiurtor, prior to course enrollment, to 
deleimine whether onimols ore to be used in the course, whether 
class exercrses involving onimols ore optional or required ond what 
oltemohves, rf any, ore avoilohle. 

NFSCIOO Elements of Nutrition 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE life Science (IS) hrmeily miH WO. Fundomenlols of 
humon nutiihon Nument requirements leloted to cbonging individ- 
uol and family needs, 
0201(13699) STAFF MWF 9:30om-10:50om 

(MMH 1400) 
TuTb9:30om-10:50am 
(MMH 1400) Dis 
0202(13700) STAFF MWF 9:30am-10:50om 

(MMH 1400) 
MWll:00om-l 2:20pm 
(MMH 3418) Dis 

NFSC31 5 Nutrition During the 
Lifecycle 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Prereqursite: NFSC 100 oi NFSC 200, Foimeily NUTR 315 A 
study of how development throughout life, induding pienotol deve) 
opment, pregnancy, loctohon, adolescence and aging, olter nutrient 
requirements, students will apply this knowledge to the dietory 
needs ond food choices of these different groups, 
0201(13710) lockson, R. MWF 9:30om-ll:40om 
(SQH2117) 

NFSC399 Special Problems in Food 

Science IPermKeql 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol insttuchon course: contort deportment or instiurtor lo 
obtoin sertion numbei 

NFSC468 Practicum in Nutrition 

(1-6) S-F 

0201(13733) Curtis, S Time ond loom lo be oiionged 

NFSC490 Special Problems in 

Nutrition (PemKeqj 
(2-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieteqmites: NfSC 440 and peimiam ofdeportwenl. Formerly 
HUJK 490. Individual selected pioblems in the oieo ol humon 
nuhition. 
0201(13744) STAFF Time and room to be oiionged 

NFSC678A Selected Topics in Nutrition 

(PeimReql 
(1-6)REG/AUD. 

0201(13755) STAFF Time and loom to be oiionged 

NFSC699 Problems in Nutrition and 

Food Science IPermReq) 
(1-4)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instiuOion couise: contort department oi instiurtoi lo 
obtain section number 

NFSC799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPermSeql 
|1-6)REG/S-F 

Individual instiuction couise: contort deportment or instiurtoi to 
obloin sechon number 



NFSC899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research IPermSeql 
(1-8)REG/SF 

Individual instruction course: contort deportmeni or instiurtoi to 
obtoin sertion numbei 



NRMT Natural 
Resources 
Management 

(ac.riculture and natural 
Resources) 

NRMT489 Field Experience (PemPeql 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201(13831) Kongos, P Time and room lo be omnged 

PBIO Plant Biology 

(Life Si ifnci s) 

PBI0399 Research Problems in Plant 

Biology IPemKeql 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individuol instiuction course: contort deportmeni or instrurtor lo 
obtain sertion number. 

PB10699 Special Problems in Plant 

Biology (PermPeql 
(1-3)REG/AUD. 

Individuol insliurtion couise: contort deportment oi instiurtor to 
obloin sechon numbei. 

PBI0799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPeimfeql 
|1-6)REG/SF. 

Indivrduol instiurtron course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtain sertion number, 

PBI0899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (PermKeq) 
(1-8)REG/S-F 

Individuol inslrucnon course: contnrt deportment or instiurtor to 
obloin sechon number 

PHIL Philosophy 

(Arts and Hlmam i ifs) 

PHiLlOO Introduction to Philosophy 

(31 REG/P-F/AUO. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) An intiodurtion to the liteiohire, problems, 
ond methods of phrlosophy either through o study of some of the 
mom figuies in philosophic thought oi Ihiough on exominohon of 
some of the cenliol nod lecurnng problems of philosophy 
0201(13969) Odell,S, MIuWThF 1 1 30om-l 2:50pm 

(SKN1112) 

PHIL140 Contemporary Moral Issues 

(31 REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE Humanities (HO) The uses of philosophicol onolysis in think- 
ing cleoily oboul such widely deboted moral issues os obortion, 
euthonosio, homosexuolity, pornography, reverse discnminohon, 
the death pcnolly, business ethics, sexual equality, and economic 
iushce, 
0201(13980) Odell.S, MTuWThF l:00pm-2:20pm 

ISKN1112) 

PHI1170 Introduction to Logic 

(3) REG/P F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemahcs or Formol Reosoning (MS) Development of 
anotyticol leosoning skills through study of formal logics, reasoning 
systems, ond follocious inference pottems, 
0201(13990) Robrn,A. MTuWThF 10:00om-ll:20om 
(SKN1115) 



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SESSION II 



PHI1209P Philosophical Issues: 

Philosophy and Computers 

(3) ItG/P-f/AUD. 
aKt Mhemfc a Fond teosaiing (MS) 
0201 (14000) Jiien. A. MIWHi 2:30|»4:10|n 
(Sni112) 

IKs cone ■! eone pUosqiirir *» l>B9a)s l> <"*9 
MljUinHitrr.Woiigfc— r til trfle SMC bask 
issas ■ fe |Un|*r rf Bd. DS ad B Ae faataniris tf 
mt a i i mir w Sub I id^iiV ■■ Uteri |ri - ]»' (t ir). 
lb fia CHseni ■ iUeii^ ■ onpirla sden is leassaiL 
S« rf fa vedns k be iMessed: Ca npnes ndr 
bdne atfieiir? Ok *B aaa te far *«' liiAgirt? 
Nto s fa xfanEbip bdaeei fa Mr hwE fail obI fa 

iiiiiiMiiii III""' ^j '•* r^ 

fai d p« (rr fati5iM< > l||lmii| »rt «fiitl8Mce? 
(CasdnsB^ refap?) Mtf « *e pKfeds b imbng 



fflii308i Studies in Contemporan' 
PhUosophv: Abduction and 
the X-Files 

(3)l£6/P-f/AUD. 
0201(14030) Nets(0,B. luWIb 12.-00pni-2:1Spn 
(Sni116) 
li fa aaee K ■! dedde iiiidi ri fa Mnrng offnnte » 
a^lDiriiB K me iiAari: Soirlype pecfedK, iriidi 
[■jtiiii iiiniiliai iiiMi mi ■----— ---"-"—0- 
recsreifal atali bB n sab eapfasE. 1i somed in lis lod[ 
■e ■! aqfae, ongst ofai faijp, beicissgB legDntng fa 
iriM ai lomMge ari fa rOaan; i Bt betneo sdEKE 
■i pseiriDsdaa. Id bote w eqfaoiai oi fase issues K 
■1 sM ne te "niq cfinlB i' "^ I(-F>^ 

rHMM Td^cs in Contemporary 

Philosophy: Islaniic Political 

Philosophy 

(3IIEG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (14060) HossBSsiOB.M. W 2.-00pnh5:20poi 

(IYD0111) 

PHIL447 Philosophy of Law 

O (3) KEG/P-f/MID. 

ctrcepis reCa: so to», e-g., egfl S|(?5ras, c» arel morolr^. |l6- 
fce, legri asoogg, ies)iBslilY 
020104070) M(Cibe.M. Unb7'00|nv9:1S|ni 
-50(1115) 

PHIL498V Topical Imestigations 

(1-3) ttG/P-f/AUD. 
0201 (14090) 5nFF Tine ml lam to be amrgeit 

PH114WV Selected Problems in 
Philosophy 

(1-3)K6AUd/ 
[20' ■two, 5Wf Tnieaniiiionitobeanaiged 

PHiJUy Research in Philosophy 

(l-i)IK/AUD. 

0201 (14130) 51AFF Tne oni man to be amrged 

PHrL799 Master's Thesis Research 

(UIOG. 



et«> sedn nafai CoriHl depatnot to nrix nnaiennls. 

PHii8« Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) KG. 

ttfn3/j rr^xny coi/se: cthot bepdirrera ot ins^xw 'o 
otaor -jcca tjicef Cortoe aearrreir lo rndts oroi^erK. 



PHYS Physics 



0201 (14207) Riwort. m MMIfflif 9:30om-10:50oni 
ffW0405) 
Iul1il2;00i»ih2:00pm 
(PHY 3316) Lob 
MW11«)(in-11;50(m 
(PHY 0405) Dis 

0202(14208) tapport.M. MWI1if9:30am-1 0:50m 
(PHY 0405) 
luHi 2fl0iim4<)0pni 
(PHY 3316) lit 
1u11i1:00pin-1:5apni 
PHY 1219^ 95 

PHYS262 General Physics: Vibrations, 
Waves, Heat, Electricit)' and 
Magnetism 

(4) ȣG/P-F/AUD. 

COK: Fhysni Science lib (PU AaaguisilE: mrS )6 /. 
Caafisie:mS262A.OaSl»initbegmiledlamS272 
aiirmi42ahmaPHrsmafm262.Uaxisanei- 
ki at AaesneslB aUsliEed geneid physics couse. 
HiofaE. anes, Us; bent, kneic faory, ond fannixtiiniii' 
ics; electasWo, ciKiib, gri nogneism. PHYS 262A is llie lob 
faffacmse. 



1 Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

PHY5122 Fundamentals of Physics II 

(4|IEG/r-F//UID. 
COB: nirsKd SdeKe lii) (PU Aoeaigk; ms 121 or equm- 
ial A (oiaafai oi PHYS 1 21. abiib kgefai Mil it, jmntr 
t of nedcd ai) iati sdioois. 



0201 (14230) Deccn, R. 



M1iWniF9:30am-10:50ani 
(PHY 4220) 
MWIflOprMrOOpm 
(PHY 3219) lit 
MW11:O0am-12:00pni 
(PHY 4220) Ob 



PHYS299 Special Problems in Physics 



(U)IB/P-f/AUD. 
InMud instnidiiii conse: antad depatmen) a instmctw to 
cbtai section luiibei. 

PHYSW Special Problems in Physics 

(l-3)l(tG/P-F/AUD 
bdnbai iisaMton cotase: contoa detnnment « insmjooi ID 
obfai sedBo uunboL 

n(YS499 Special Problems in Physics 

IPennKaiJ 

(l-16)llEG/P-f/AUD. 
hdnbd isEfeuclion cuse: contact detntlmait 01 nstiutof to 
oMn secftn lunbeL 

PHYy98 Special Problems in 

Advanced Physics l^ennteq) 

(1-3) KEG/AUD. 
InMud instnidion cnise: conmct department oi iistnidDi to 
oiMin sedion nunbet Contod depotmenl In mdie omngemefils. 

PHYS799 Master's Thesis Researdi 

(Pennteq) 

(1-6) KG. 
brinbid inslnicfan couse: conhd depament a nstnioa to 
obin secfai anfac 

PHYS899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research iPemReq) 
(1-8) t££. 
hMod instHfai couse contact dqirtnert o lEtnidn to 

ctaii secSon nnte. 



PSYC Psychology 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 
PSYC200 Statistical Methods in 

Psychology IPennKeq) 
(3)IEG/P-f/AUD. 
Pmafjisle: PSTC m ml Mm ID orAUW 140 or AUffl 
220. A basic ntiodudion to qiaMiK melhods used ii psrdn- 
logicd leseoKJi. 
0201 (14343) Moh, J. MlAlfflif 11:00om-12:20pni 

(Z0P1236) 



PSYa2i Social Psychology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Pierequiate: PSK 100. Hie irfkience of social fodon on ttie ndi- 
viduci Old on mopeisanal behom. indudes topics sudi as conb- 
irily, cMude dnnge, petson peiceplion, intofpeisonol ottrodion, 
and youp behovnc 
0201 (14354) Sedmst, e. luHi i™pm4:20pni 
ffOP1238) 

PSYC301 Biological Basis of Behavior 

mm/?f/m. 

ftaequsiles; m 105 m/ PSrr )00. An intiodudion to the 
onatonical stiudues and phfsiolcqical piocesses that detemaie 
behtniOL Aftoi study of the bosic hnisoning of Ihe nenous sys^ 
tern, the couse wl examine the ocquisition and processing of sen- 
soy nfomxilion, the neual contiol of movement, and the biologi- 
cd bases of compiei behomis such OS sleep, learning, memoiy, 
sei. longuage, and oddidion. 
0201 (14374) HcdI.f. lulli 4:00pm-7:20pm 

(ZOP1236) 

PSYC336 Psychology of Women 

(3)U6/P-F/AUD. 

Praofiaie: FSTClOO.tko aHaai is WtST m Cre* *» te 
fa^ta!iiJymalll>ehlhmg:PSK336aWMSr336.k 
survey of the bialagy, He^pon dev^opment. sodiiizotion. peison- 
a(ty. mental heoWi, and spedri issues of women. 
0201 (14384) Friedman, S. MluWIhF 12:30pm-1:50pni 
(Z0P1236) 

PSYG54 Cross-Cultural Psychology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

D^VERSiPi' teaji/Kire PSfC 100 phi 3 crediK m psydiology or 
permissm o^ rfeporftne^f- Cuttutal components in tt>eofY ond 
•eseordi in pewinality, social, ond community psycbobgy. Inteiploj 
J ndividijoi, emiic. and cultural foctois in psydiosodol giowtti ond 
wei*-teng, coss-cjlturol and ooss-ettinic communicotion, ond coun- 
s^ng and psythottieropeutic interactions. 
0201 (14404) Peiine,R. MlijmhF 9:30am-10;50om 
(Z0('2283) 

PSYC420 Experimental Psychology: 
Social Processes I 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

ftsrer^isitB; PSK 200; ond PSYC 22 1, and compfe/ion of the 
defotmentdlf leqmd biglsli, malti, nod science siwolins 
cooise serjuaioe. A labomlory couse to provide basic undeistond- 
ing of expennenlal method ii social psychology and experience in 
conduAig research on sodd processes. 
0201 (14424) Johnson, tt. 1uTh1:00pnv4:20pm 
a0f2283) 
W 1:00pm4:20pni 
COP 0147) lob 
0202(14425) Johnson,/*. Tulh 1 :00pnh4:20pm 
OOP 2283) 
M1:00pnb4:20pm 
(70P0147)li)b 

PSYC469H Honors Thesis Proposal 
Preparation 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (14456) STAFF Tme and room to be oiranged 

PSYC478 Independent Study in 

Psychology IPermReq) 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Iretviduol iistniction course: conrad deportment oi instnictot to 
obtan section number 

PSYC479 Special Research Problems 

in Psychology (PermKai) 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
jodmlual nsHudion course: contod deportment oi instntctor to 
obkii sedion raimbet. 

PSY(499H Honors Thesis Research 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD 

0201(14471) SIAFF Time ond room to be nminged 

PSYa88 Special Research Problems 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 
todmdiid iislnidion course: contod department or instnidor to 
obtain sedion number. 



PSY089 Special Research Problems 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

Indwduol instruction cou5e: contoct deportment or irtstmctor to 
obtoin section number. 

PSY099 Master's Thesis Research 
(1-6) REG. 

Indrviduol instiuction couise: contod deportment ot instnjdor to 
obtoin section number 

PSYCB99 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG 
Individual instnidion course; contod department or instnidor to 
obtain sedion number. 

PUAF Public Affairs 

'Public^ .Affairs) 

PUAF798B Readings in Public Policy 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual instiodion course: contod deportment or instnidor to 
obtain section number For PUAF ntojots only. 

PUAf899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 
Indmduol rnstiuction course: contod deportment ot instnidor to 
obtain sedion number 



RUSS Russian 



(Arts and Himanities) 

RUSS386 Experiential Learning ( 

(3-6)REG/P-F 

Preieqaste: pemason ol depoitmenl. 56 semesla Imiis. 
0201(14742) Mortin.C. Time ond room to be orrongt 

RUSS798 Independent Study 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individuol instrachon course; contod department or instnidor to 
obtoin section number. 



SLAV Slavic 



i.'\rts and Humanities) 
SUV499 Directed Study (Pemteqj 

(1-3)REG/P-F/AU0. 

Individual instnidion course; contod deportment ot instnictoi to 
obtain sedion number 



SOCY Sociology 

(Behavioral and Social Sciences) 

SOCYioo Introduction to Sociology 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE; Betiaviotol and Sodol Sdence (SB) The hindomentol con- 
cepts and prindples of sodology, Indudes consWeiotion of culture, 
patterns of sodol interodion, nomis, values, sodol institutions, 
strotificotion, ond soool change. 
0201 (14854) SIAFF MluWIh 9;00om-10:40om 

(ASY 2309) 

500203 Sociological Theory 

13) REG/P-F/AUD. 
PieieQuiste: SOCy 100. Development of the sdence of sodology; 
histoncol boAgtounds; recent theories of sodety. Required of oil 
sociology mojors. 
0201 (14884) STAFF MTuWIh1l:00oni-12;40pm 

(ASY 2309) 

SOCY305 Scarcity and Modern Society 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pierequisite: 3 uedits otsooology. Resource depletion ond the 
deteriorotion of the environment, Relotionship to life styles, indrvid- 
uol consumer choices, cultural volues, ond instituhonol loilures. 
Projection of the hitore couise of Americon sodety on the basis of 



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the anolysis of scortily, theories of social cliange, (uiieni trends, 
sociol movements, government octions, ond tiie futurist litemture. 

0201 (14894) finslerbuscli,l!.IuTh9;00nm-l 2:20pm 
(C013111) 

S0CY325 The Sociology of Gender 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

DIVERSITY heiequisile; 3 aedits olmiology. /tko oHewdas 
WMSI 325 Oedit will be gianted hi only one ol the hlhmg 
50CY 325 01 WMSI 325 Inslitulionol boses of gendei roles ond 
gender inequality, cultural perspectrves on gender, gender socioli20- 
tion, feminism, and gender-role ctionge- Emphosis on contemporory 
Ameticon society, 
0201 (14905) STAFF MW 1 ;00pm-4:20pm 

(ASY 2309) 

S0CY3M Honors Independent 
Reading in Sociology 

(3) REG/PF. 

Pmequiiile: permission ol depailmeni Foimilr SOCY 378. This 
course permits sociology honors students to undertake o progmm 
or reading on o porticulcr problem in sociology or o subheld tliere- 
in. The reoding v^ill be done under the supervision of o member of 
the sociology faculty. Required of sociology honor students. 
0201(14916) STAFF Time and room to be orronged 

500381 Honors Independent 
Research in Sociology 

(3) REG/P-F 

fmeqmile: SOCY 380 fomeily SOCY 388 This course permits 
sociology shjdents to dehne o particular problem in sociology or o 
subheld therein and to develop o leseorch plan for use os o thesis 
topic. The work will be done under the supervision of o member of 
the sociology faculty. 
0201 (1 4927) STAFF Time ond room to be orronged 

500383 Honors Thesis Research 

(3) REG/P-E 

?ieieqmile SOCY 38 1 Fomrly SOCY 389. Shjdent research 
under the direchon of o member of the sociology faculty, culminohng 
in the presentation ond defense of a thesis reporhng the research 
0201(14938) STAFF Time and room to be arranged 

S0O386 Experiential Learning iPemReql 

(3-6) REG/P-E 

Individual instrucnon course: conloct deportment or inshuctor to 
obloin section number, fteieffuisile: pemission ol department. 56 
semeslei horn. 

50CY399 Independent Study in 

Sociology fPermSei); 
|1-6)REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiuchon course: contact deportment or instructor to 
obtain sechon number. 

SOCY427 Deviant Behavior 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

freiequisite: 6 aedits ol sociology oi permission ol deportment 
Current theones of the genesis ond dishibuhon of deviant behovior, 
ond then implicohons for o general theory of deviant behavior. 
Oehnihons ol devioncc, lobeling theory, secondory devionce. 
0201(14962) STAFF MW9:00aml2:20pm 

(ASY 1213) 

S0CY443 The Family and Society 

(3) REG/PE/AUD. 

Ftetegaisite: 6 ciedits ol sociology or peimission ol department 
Study of the family os o social inshtution; its biological and culhirol 
foundotions, histonc development, changing sliuchiies, ond func- 
hons, the interaction of morrioge ond parenthood, disorganizing 
ond reoigonizing factors in present doy trends. 
0201(14982) londry,l. TuTh 1 :00pm-4:20pm 
(ASY 1213) 

50CY498B Selected Topics in Sociology: 
O Sociology of Popular Culture 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(14992) STAFF TuWTh 600pm-8:15pm 

(ASVI213) 
Movies, folk shows, grunge, jokes, billboards, video gomes, 
romonce novels, sports, malls ond tattoos oie oil socio! phenome- 
no, ond therefore, subject to sociological onolysis. The doss will 
use mix of theories from Marxism to postmodern approaches to 
inveshgote popular culhire. 



500699 Special Social Problems 

(1-16)REG/AUD. 

Individuol instruchon course: conloct depothnent or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number, 

500799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individuol instruchon course: contact deporhiient or instiuctoi to 
obloin sechon number. 

500899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

11-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon course: contact deporhnent or inshuctor to 
obtain sechon number. 



SPAN Spanish 

(Arts and Humanities) 

The language of instiuchon in all couises is Spanish unless othei- 



SPANIOl Elementary Spanish I 

(4) REG/PE/AUD. 

Pmeguisite: Ho piemos Spanisli high school level I Spanish with 
giade ol A at B, high school level 2 Spanish with a grade ol C or 
below. Hot open to nolne/llueni speakers ol Spanish. 
Intioduchon to the funcnons and stiuchjies of the Spanish lon- 
guoge, with emphasis on the four skills of listening, spooking, 
reading and wrihng. 
0201(15058) Roman, C. MTuWTh9:30om-l 1:45am 
(JMZ0125) 

5PAN102 Elementary Spanish II 

(4) REG/PE/AUD. 

Prereiju/ste SPAN 101 ot IIMCP or eqimolent. Hot open to 
nahve/Haent speakers ol Spanish Further study of the funchons 
ond shuchires of hie Sponish longuoge, wihi emphosis on the four 
skills of listening, speaking, rending and wrihng. 
0201(15069) Poreio, R. MTuWTh9:30am-l 1:45am 
(IMZ 2207) 

5PAN201 Intermediate Spanish 
O (4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Humonihes (HO) Pieieguisite: SPAH 102 or SPAN 103 ot 
UUCP Of high school level 3 Spanish with a grade oliorB or high 
school level 4 Sponish with oCor below. Not open to native/Bo- 
ent speakers ol Spanish formerly SPAH 203. Conhnued develop- 
ment of the funchons and struchjres of the Spanish longuoge with 
emphasis on the four skills of listening, speaking, reoding, and 
wrihng 

0201(15080) Huntington, T MTuWTh9:30am-l 1:45am 
(JM7 0I20) 

0202(15081) Enrigue.A TuWIh 6:00pm-9:00pm 
(JMZ0103) 

5PAN301 Advanced Grammar 
O and Composition I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: SPAN 202 Pecommended: SPAN 207. Procfice ol 
complex grammohco! structures thraugh reoding and wrihng of 
composihons and essoys. Specific lexical, syntocfic, rheloricol, ond 
stylishc devices will be highlighted. 
0201(15111) Romeio,D IuTh6:00pm-9:l5pm 
(IMZ 3205) 

SPAN312 Advanced Conversation II 

O (31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: SPAN 202 and SPAN 211 or SPAN 311 or permis- 
sion ol department Not open to nahve/lluent speakers ol 
Sponish. Conhnued mostery of listening ond specking skills in 
Sponish. Opporhjnity to develop oral fluency improve pronuncio- 
tion, and increose vocobulory Emphasis on colloquiol ond technical 
longuoge os well os development ol linguishc occuiocy. Individual 
ond/or group oral presentation. 
0201(15133) Romon,C. TuTb6 00pm-9:15pm 
(JMZ 2206) 

5PAN399 Independent Study in 
Spanish 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instiuchon course: contact deportment or inshuctor to 
obtoin sechon number 



5PAN409 Great Themes of the 
O Hispanic Literatures: Novela 
y cine en Latinoamerica 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (15196) Aguilor-Moro, 1. MW 6:00pm-9- 1 5pm 
(IMZ 1224) 

5PAN448 Special Topics in Latin 
O American Civilization: 

Rebelion y revolucion del 

siglo XX en Mexico 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (15216) Aguilor-Moro, 1. Tulh6:00pm-9:l5pm 
(IMZ 1226) 

5PAN448B Special Topics in Latin 
American Civilization: 
Human Rights and 
Democratization in Latin 
America 
(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

0201(15226) Wmon,E. Tulh 2:00pm-5:20pm 
(IYD0117) 

SPAN699 Independent Study in 
Spanish 

(1-31 REG/AUD. 

Individuol inshuchon course: contact deportment or instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon number 

SPAN798 Open Seminar: Unlocking 
the Latin American Mosaic: 
Voices and Texts. This course 
is designed for educators 

(3) REG/AUD. 

0201 (15249) 5osnowski,S. 
Meets 07/21/99-07/30/99 MTumhF 8.30om-l :30pm 
(JMZ 3205) 
This couise is speciolly designed for educators. 

5PAN799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-6) REG. 

Individual ioshuchon course: contoct deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

SPAN899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol inshuchon couise: contact department oi inshuctor to 
obhiin sechon numbei 

STAT Statistics and 
Probability 

(Computer, Mathematical and 
Physical Sciences) 

STATlOO Elementary Statistics and 
Probability 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Mothemohcs oi Foimol Reosoning (MS) Prerequisite: per- 
mission olMath Oepattment based on satisloctory score on Math 
placement exam or itWffl 110 or MAW 1 15. Not open to shjdents 
who have completed MATH III or any MAIH or SIAf course with 
a prerequisite ol MAIH Ml. Credit will be granted lor only one ol 
the lollowing: MAIH III or SIAI 100 Simplest tests of stotishcol 
hypohieses; opplicohons to beloieflnd-oftei and motched pair shid- 
ies. Events, probobilily, combinohons, independence. Binomial prab- 
obilihes, confidence limits. Random voriobles, expected values, 
medion, vorionce. Tests bosed on ranks, low of lorge numbers, nor- 
mal opproximohon. Eshmotes of nieon ond vorionce. 
0202(15314) STAFF MTuWThF 9:30am-l 0:50am 

(MTHOlOl) 



STAT400 Applied Probability and 
Statistics I 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisite: MAIH 141. Not acceptable toward groduole degrees 
in SIAI AiAPl, 01 MAIH. Credit wilt be granted lot only one ol the 
lollowing SIAI 400 or [Nil 324. Random vonobles, stondoid dis 
nibuhons, moments, low of loige numbeis ond central limit hieo- 
rem. Sampling methods, eshmohon ol porameters, teshng of 
hypotheses. 
0203(15326) STAFF MTuWIbF ll:00am-12:20pm 

(MTHB0421) 

STAT798A Selected Topics in Statistics 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 
0201(15338) STAFF Time ond room to be ononged 

STAT799 Master's Thesis Research 

(1-61 REG. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: conloct depoitment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

5TAT899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG. 

Individuol instiuchon couise: conloct depoihnenl ot inshucloi to 
obtain sechon numbei 



THET Theatre 



(Arts and Humanities) 

THEll to Introduction to the Theatre 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

CORE: Histoiy oi Tbeoiy of Arts (HA) Inhoduchon to hie people ol 
the Iheohe; odors, directois, designeis ond backstage peisonnel. 
The core ond choroctenshc of o ploy schpt; hieotricol forms ond 
styles, ond theotie histoiy 
0201(15562) Anthony, M MTumhF 11 :00om-l 2:20pm 
(TWS0147) 

THET386 Experiential Learning iFemKeqi 

(3-6) REG/P-E 

Individuol instiuchon couise: conloct deportment ot inshucloi to 
obloin sechon numbei Prerequisite: permission ol deporhnent. 56 
semester hours. 

THET479 Theater Workshop iPeimfeq) 
(1-31REG/P-F/AU0. 

0201(15584) Kiiebs, D. Time and room to be ononged 

THEI499 Independent Study IPermHeql 
(3) REG. 

Individual instiuchon couise: conloct deportment oi inshucloi to 
obtain sechon numbei. 

THET499P Independent Study: 
Puppetry Workshop 

(31 REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201(15596) Cottei,M. TuTh 9:00am-1 2:00pm 
(TWS 2230) 

THET789 Master's Practicum Ifemhq} 

(1-61 REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon couise: contoct deportment oi inshucloi to 
obtoin sechon numbei 

THET799 Master's Thesis Research 

IPetmUq) 
(1-6) REG. 

Individual inshuchon couise: conloct deportment oi instiuctoi to 
obtain sechon numbei 

THET899 Doctoral Dissertation 
Research 

(1-8) REG/AUD, 

Individuol inshuchon course: contoct deporhnent or instiuctoi to 
obhiin sechon numbei. 



COUIiSE LISTING / SESSION II 59 



SESSION II 



URSP Urban Studies 
and Planning 

(Architecture) 

mnm independent Study (PemKeqi 

(1-31 REG/P-F/AUD. 
Individuol Instnjclion couree: contort deportment oi instrurtor to 
obloin sertion number. 

URSP681 Urban Planning Law 
O (3) REG/AUD. 

f rrff mil be granted for only one of Ae fokmng: UKSF 681, 
UllBS 450, 01 mS 681 hmeily UfBS 681 Survey ol Itie 
urbon legal environment. Issues of planning, zoning, eminent 
domoin, lond use controls, housing codes, histonc pieservotion and 
reloted tax provisions. 
0201(15769) KorincS. MW 7:00pm-9:30pm 
(ARC) 121) 

URSP688C Recent Developments in 

Urban Studies: Smart Growth: 
Case Study of Local Growth 
Management Practice in 
Maryland 
(31 REG/AUD. 
0201(15779) Cohen,]. IhF 4:00pm^:30pm 
(ARC 1121) 
Time ond room to be orrr)nged Dis 
Students will leom principles ond techniques of growtti monogement 
ond tben onatyze development trends and plonning/regulatory 
proctices in o sector of eitber Charles or Frederick County. The 
student onolysis will be informed by o leorned undeislonding of Itie 
1992 Maryland Plonning Act ttie several progroms implemented 
by tlie State in 1 997 thot ore collectively known as "Smort 
Grawth": ond best monogement practices from oround Itie US 
Bosed on ttieit study, students will piepore o report for Ibe study 
county summohzing tbeir onolysis and recommendotions 

URSP688S Recent Developments in 
Urban Studies: Summer 
Program in St. Petersburg, 
Russia 

(1-6) REG. 

0201 (1 5800) Howlond, M. Time and room to be orronged 
The program will be divided into two groduole level courses, Urbon 
Planning in St. Petersborg (URSP 688S) and Urbon Design in St, 
Petersburg (ARCH 678S). The courses ate offered simultoneously, 
with some sessions ond field trips conducted jointly. One field trip 
will be to Moscow. U.S. sfijdents will work side by side with 
students from the St. Petersburg institute for Architecture ond 
Engineering. The planning and orchitecture students will develop o 
model and plan for the redevelopment of an histonc section of St. 
Petersburg The plon will include drowings, o model, a finonciol 
feosibifity onolysis ond o plan for implementotion MCP students 
may use this for their shjdio requirement if they olso sign up 
for URSP 688S, Summer Session II. 

UltSP703 Community Planning Field 
O instruction and Practicum 

INimReq) 
(3-6) REG. 

Fierequisitey mSHOO, UIISP601 UltSP604, UPSF6OS01 
pemiss/on from the Piogiam. For MCF mo/05 only Formerly US8S 
703- Concepts ond ideos that have shaped the profession, curent 
plonning issues. Pioiessionol experience as miem in planning 
office. Weekly seminors focus on prochcol, theoieticol, professional 
and ethical issues arising during intemship. 
0201 (15811) Bourn, H. Tu 7:00pm-9:30pm 
(ARC 1121) 
Time and room to be arranged Dis 
This course is pan one of a 6 aedit course, finol 3 oedits to be 
completed in Summer Session II. Students must sign up for both 
Summer Session I ond II. 

Ui!SP788 Independent Study in Urban 
Studies and Planning IfermReq) 
(1-3) REG. 

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



URSP798 Readings in Urban Studies 
and Planning (PermReqi 

(1-3) REG. 

Indmdual instrurtion course; contort deportment 01 inshurtor to 
obtoin section number. 

URSP799 Master's Thesis Research 



ZOOL Zoology 



(1-6)REG/S-F. 

Indnnduol instruchon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtoin sertion number 



WMST Wonten^s Studies 

(Arts and Hum.anities) 
WMST255 Introduction to Literature 
by Women 

(3) REG/PF/AUD. 

CORE: literature (HI) DIVERSITY Uso offeree/ i!S flVfil 250 Credit 
mil be granted hi only one of the lollomg: WMST 255 or [HOI 
250- Images of women in literature by ond about women. 
0201 (15897) Oelrosso-Freemnn, j. 

TuTh1:00pm-4;15pm 
(SQH1105) 

WMST275 World Literature by Women 
O (3) REG. 

CORE: Uteiotuie (HL) DIVERSITY Also offered as CMIJ275 Credit 
will be granted for only one of tie following: WMSJ 275 or CMII 
275. Comparative study of selerted works by women writers of 
several counfnes, explonng points of intecsechon and divergence in 
women's literary representohons. 
0201(15908) Voloshen, L MVI6:00pm-9:15pm 
(KEY 01 02) 

WMST325 The Sociology of Gender 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY Pieregmite: 3 credits of sociology ilso offered as SOCY 
325- Credit will be gianted foi only one of the following: WMSJ 
325 Of 500" 325. Institutionol bases of gender rales ond gender 
ineguolity, cultural perspertives on gender, gender sociolizofion, 
feminism, and gender-role change. Emphosis on contemporory 
Amencon society. 
0201 (15919) STAFF MW 1 :00pm^:20pm 

(ASY 2309) 

WMST336 Psychology of Women 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieguisite: PSK lOO Also offeree/ as PSYC 336. Credit will be 
granted for only one ol tbe following: WMSI 336 ai PSYC 336- A 
study of the biology, M^spon development, sociolizofion, personali- 
ty, mental health, and special issues of women. 
0201(15929) Ftiedmon,S. MTuWThF 12:30pm-1 :50pm 
(Z0P1236) 

WMST471 Women's Health 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

DIVERSITY to offeied as HUH 471. Cied'it will be gionted for 
only one of the following WMSI 471 or HUH 471. The women's 
health movement hom the perspertive of consumerism and femi- 
nism. The physicioniiofient lelofionship in the gynecological ond 
other medical settings. The gynecological exam, gynecological prob- 
lems, conttoception, oborhon, pregnoncy, breast and cervicol cancer 
and surgicol procedures. Psychological asperts of gynecological 
concerns. 

0201(15951) STAFF MTuWIh 12:30pm-2:10pm 

(HHP1301) 

0202(15952) Hunt.M. MW5:45pm-9:15pm 
(HHP 1302) 

WMST499 Independent Study: 

Individual Study in Women's 

Studies IPermHeql 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Individual instrartion course: contort department or instrurtor to 
obtain sertion number. Prerequisite: 3 hours of WMST and junior 
stonding. 

WMST699 Independent Study IPermlteql 

(1-3) REG/AUD. 

Individual inshuchon course: contort deportment or instrurtor to 
obtain sertion number. By permission of instrurtor only. 



(Life Sciences) 

The following courses may involve the use of animals. Students 
who ere concerned about the use of onimals in teoching hove the 
responsibility to contort the instrartor, poor to course enrollment, to 
detemiine whether animols ore to be used in the course, whether 
class exercises involving onimols ore optional or required ond what 
oltemohves, if any, ore ovoiloble. 

Z00L202 Human Anatomy and 
Physiology II 

(4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pieieqaisite: 7001 201 oipeimission of depoilttienl Anotomy ond 
physiology of the cordiovosculor, respiratory, immune, digestive, 
unnory ond reproductive systems. Not occepted as aedit toward 
the zoology mojor. 
0201(16027) STAFF MTuVmF 11 :30om-1 2:50pm 

(Z0P1250) 

TuWTh8:30am-1 1:30am 
(ZOP 0205) Lob 
0202(16028) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :30om-l 2:50pm 

(ZOP1250) 
TuWTh1:00prib4:00pm 
(ZOP 0205) Lab 
0203(16029) STAFF MTuWThF 11 :30om-1 2:50pm 

(ZOP 1250) 
TuVffli 4:00pm-7:00pm 
(ZOP 0205) Lab 
Shidents must poy o $40.00 Laboratory Moteriols fee 

ZOOL299 Supplemental Study in 

Zoology IPermReql 
(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

0201 (1 6053) STAFF Time and room to be oronged 

Z00L309H Honors Independent Study 

IPenttkeq) 

(1-4) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Contort department to moke arrangements. 
0201(16064) STAFF Time and room to be orranged 

Z001318H Honors Research IPermHeq) 
(1-2) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Contort deportment to moke orrongements, 

0201 (16075) STAFF Time and loom to be orronged 

ZOOL319 Special Problems in Zoology 



(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Indrviduol instruchon cou5e: contort department 01 instmctor h) 
obtain sertion number. Conhtrt deportment to moke arrangements. 

Z00L328Z Selected Topics in Zoology: 
Field Research IPermKeq] 

(1-3) REG/P-F/AUD. 
0201 (16098) STAFF Time ond room to be orranged 

ZD0L360 Principles of Animal 
Behavior 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Pteteqmates: BIOl 105 ond BIOI 106 and 8101 221 Study of 
animal behoviot with emphosis on its evolufion ond hjnchon Topics 
include genetic bosis of behavior, communicofion, aggression, for 
aging, cooperohon, mote selertion and relevonce for conservohon. 
0201(16108) Honley, K. MTuW9:30am-10:50am 
(PES 1115) 
Ih9:30anh12:10pm 
(PIS 1115) Ois 

ZOOL381 Natural History of the 
Chesapeake Bay 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Preieqoisile: coarse m biological sciences 01 permssron 0/ deport- 
ment. Considerofion ol the major graups of orgonisms ossodoted 
with the Chesapeoke Soy and current issues that determine 
humons' present and fittute uses for the Chesapeake ond its biofii. 
0201(16118) SmolI.E. MTuWTh 1 1 OOom-l 2:40pm 
(ZOP 0283) 
Acceptoble towords Biological Sciences speciolizohon oieos: ZOOL, 
EEBB, BEES, MARB,BGEN, and GENB. 



ZOO1390 Vertebrate Zoology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUD. 

Prerequisites: 8101 106 and 7001 210 ot permission ol deport- 
ment An inttoduchon to the nohjral history of vertebrotes, their 
evoluhonory history, pottems of geographic distnbution ond 
syshsmohcs. 

0201(16128) Gill.D. 

Meets 07/1 2/99-07/30/99 MWF 8:00am-l :00pm 
(PIS 1180) 
ZOOL 390 and ZOOL 391 will be lought in on integrated foraiot 
during the first three weeks of summer session II. Shxients must 
register for both ZOOL 390 ond ZOOL 391 (4 aedits). Applies to 
BIOL spedolizohon oreos: ZOOL, MARB, EEBB, BEES, BGEN and 
GENB. 

Z00L391 Vertebrate Zoology Field 
Trips 

(1) REG/P-F/AUD. 
Frereqoisites: BIOl 106 and 7001 210 ot permission of deport- 
ment. Coiequ'isite: 7001 390. Field tnps to observe vertebrates 
and h) inshtufions where soenfific reseoich on vertebrotes is berng 
conducted. 

0201 (16138) Gill,0. 

Meets 07/1 2/99-07/30/99 TuTh 8:00om-5:00pm 
(PLS1172) 
ZOOL 390 and ZOOL 391 will be taught in on integrated foraiot 
during the first three weeks of summer session II. Shjdents must 
register for both ZOOL 390 and ZOOL 391 (4 aedits). Applies to 
BIOL speoalizohon oreos: ZOOL, MARB, EEBB, BEES, BGEN ond 
GENB. Shjdents must poy S40.00 Loborahjry Moteriols fee. 

ZOOL430 Developmental Biology 

(3) REG/P-F/AUO. 

Preieqoisites: 7001 211 oni BIOl 222 Stradural, hmdional and 
regulohjry events ond mechonisms thot operote dunng develop- 
ment to produce an integroted, multicellulot otgonism composed of 
a multihide of differenhoted cell types. 



0201 (16148) Goode,M. 



TuWIh11:00ffln-1:10pm 
(P1S1TI1) 



Acceptoble towards Biologicol Soences spedolizohon oreos: PHNB, 
ZOOL, CMBG, BGEN and GENB, 

Z0OL609 Special Problems in Zoology 



(1-6) REG/AUD. 

Individual instrurtion course: contort department or inshuctor to 
obtain sertion number Cootort deportr^ent to moke arrangements. 

ZO0L708 Advanced Topics in Zoology 

(1-4) REG/AUD. 

Individual instrurtion cou5e: contort deportment ot instrartor to 
obtoin sertion number 

ZO0L799 Master's Thesis Research 

iPemieql 
(1-6) REG. 

Indwidual insttuflion course: conhW deportment ot instturtor to 
obtoin sertion number 

Z00L899 Doctoral Dissertation 

Research (PermReqj 
(1-8) REG. 

Individual instrurtion coutse: contort depoitment or instraflw to 
obtoin sertion number 



60 VISIT OUR VdEB SITE AT wwv».iiiforrri.urti().edu/summei 



Building Abbreviations und Map Key 



(see campus map on pages 62-63) 


AGY 


Allegony Hall 


024 C-4 


ANS 


Animal Sciences 


142, G-5 


ANA 


Anne Arundel Hall 


060, G-3 


ARC 


Architecture Building 


145, F-2 


ARM 


Reckord Armory 


078, E-5 


ASY 


Art-Sociology Building 


146, F-3 


AVW 


A. V.Williams Building 


115,G-6 


BAL 


Baltimore Hall 


016,0-4 


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 Recreation Center 


068, J-5 


CAR 


Caroline Hall 


070, E-3 


CRL 


Carroll Hall 


065, E-3 


CEC 


Cecil Hall 


017,0-4 


CEN 


Centreville Hall 


098, 1-5 


CHL 


Charles Hall 


025, C-4 


CHE 


Chem Eng. Building 


090, G-5 


CHM 


Chemistry Building 


091, G-5 


CHS 


Chestertown Hall 


121,1-5 


CLB 


Classroom Building 


106, G-6 


COL 


Cole Student Activihes Building 


162, G-3 


CSS 


Computer and Space Sciences 


224, H-5 


CBD 


Cumberland Hall 


122,1-5 


DNC 


Dance Building 


053, D-3 


DEN 


Denton Hall 


252, J-3 


DOR 


Dorchester Hall 


064, G-3 


EAS 


Eoston Holl 


253, 1-3 


EDA 


Educahon Annex 


066, E-3 


EDU 


Benjamin (Education) Building 


143, G-3 


ELK 


Elkton Hall 


254, 1-3 


ELL 


Ellicott Hall 


256, 1-4 


EGR 


Engineering Classroom Building 


088, F-6 


EGL 


Engineering Lab BIdg 


089, F-6 


ERB 


Engineering Research Building 


093, G-6 


FRO 


Frederick Hall 


029, D-4 


GRT 


Garrett Holl 


031, D-3 


GEO 


Geology Building 


237, F-5 


HAG 


Hogerstown Hall 


258, 1-4 


HAR 


Harrison Lab 


002, E-6 


HRF 


Horford Hall 


014, D-4 


HBK 


Hornbake Undergrod Library 


147, F-5 


HJP 


H.J. Patterson Building 


073, F-4 



HHP 


Health ond Human Performance 


255, 1-5 


HZF 


Holzapfel Hall 


074, F-4 


HOW 


Howard Hall 


028, D-3 


IPT 


Inst, of Physical Sci. & Tech. 


224, H-5 


IIV 


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 


022,0-4 


KEY 


Fmncis Scott Key Holl 


048, E-4 


LPA 


La Plata Hall 


259, 1-4 


LEF 


LeFrok Hall 


038, E-3 


MTH 


Mathematics Building 


084, F-5 


MCK 


McKeldin Library 


035, F-3 


MCB 


Microbiology Building 


231,6-4 


MNT 


Montgomery Holl 


032, C-4 


MMH 


Marie Mount Hall 


046, E-4 


MOR 


Morrill Hall 


040, E-3 


PHY 


Physics Building 


082, F-5 


PKT 


Preinkert Field House 


054, F-3 


PGG 


Prince George's Holl 


021,04 


QAN 


Queen Anne's Hall 


061, F-3 


RIT 


Ritchie Coliseum 


004, D-5 


SCP 


Soutti Campus Surge 


233, D-3 


SHM 


Shoemaker Building 


037, E-4 


SHR 


Shriver Lab 


075, F-4 


SKN 


Skinner Building 


044, E-4 


SOM 


Somerset Hall 


063, F-3 


STM 


St. Mary's Hall 


062, G-3 


SSU 


Stomp Student Union 


163, G-4 


SYM 


Symons Hall 


076, F-5 


TAL 


Talbot Hall 


030, D-4 


TLF 


Taliaferro Hall 


043, E-4 


TYD 


Tydings Hall 


042, E-3 


TWS 


Towes Fine Arts Building 


141, G-3 


VMH 


Van Munching Hall 


039, E-2 


WSH 


Washington Holl 


023, D-4 


WIC 


Wicomico Hall 


069, E-3 


WDS 


Woods Hall 


047, E-4 


WTU 


Wind Tunnel 


081, G-6 


WOR 


Worcester Hall 


051, F-3 


ZOP 


Zoology/Psychology Building 


144, G-4 



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REGISTERING THROUGH MARS CWaryland 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: 314-1600 

When to Call Mars 

Summer Session I: Call MARS March 29-May 28 

Summer I Classes begin: June 1 

Summer Session II: Call MARS March 29-July 9 

Summer II Classes begin: July 12 

Hours of Operation 

Monday - Friday: 7:30 am - 1 1 :00 pm 

Sunday: 5:00 pm - 1 1 :00 pm 

For information on who is eligible to use MARS, 

see page 2 of this catalogue. 

HOW TO USE MARS 

1. Select courses from this catalogue. Note sec- 
tion number and INDEX NUMBER. The sec- 
tion 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 hght of the section number in parenthesis. 

The INDEX NUMBER is used to identify 

your course selection to MARS. 
Read course listings carefully. Some courses 
are "BY PERMISSION ONLY." These courses 
require departmental approval. Contact the 
department offering the course prior to regis- 
tration. 

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 6-8 
of this catalogue. Failure to pay bills by 
specified dates on page 8 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 undergraduate 
students. If you misplace, forget or feel the 
confidentiality of your PIN has been jeopardized, 
you can request a new number at the Regis- 
tration Information Counter, first floor Mitchell 
Building. You will need to provide photo 
identification. Question? Call 314-8240. 
There may be periods of silence during your call 
to MARS. This is normal and occurs when infor- 
mation is being verified or processed. DO NOT 
HANG UP. Wait for the next set of instructions. 
WAITLISTING WITH MARS 
See page 3 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). 

4. Select Registration/Schedule Adjustment from the Registration Activities menu (Option 1). 

5. Enter your student ID number (usually your social security number) - - 

6. Enter your PIN (Personal Identification Number) 

7. Add courses to your schedule by pressing 2, the INDEX NUMBER of the course, and # enter another # to send the information to the computer. 

ACTION INDEX NUMBER COURSE SECTION DAYS TIMES 

COURSE 

u a 

J] 2 

U 1] 

U 1} 

U 1] 

U 1] 

8. Press # after entering your transactions. This # signals the computer to process your requests. 

ACTION CODES FOR REGISTRATION/SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT 

Action Codes are accessed by pressing the corresponding button on the telephone keypad. 

ADD A COURSE: 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 vanable 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 vanable grading method courses) LIST YOUR SCHEDULE: 

4 INDEX NUMBER ' GRADING METHOD ## 5 # # 

WAITLIST FEATURE: 
7## 



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Estimated Billing Form Instructions 



1. Add the number of credit hours on the Schedule 
Request Form. Only courses listed on that page 
should be included in this total. 

2. Locate your status (undergraduate, graduate resident, 
graduate non-resident) on lines 1-3. (Note: a 
"Graduate Student" is one who has been admitted to 
the graduate school either at the University of 
Maryland or another institution. Students who have 
graduated from this or another institution are not 
considered graduate students until they have been 
admitted 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 official determination of the 
student's 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 8. Note: only one 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 
Billing 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 DURING 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 BUI Form. 

If you wish to park on campus for the summer, refer 
to line 7. Parking permits must be picked up at the 
Department of Campus Parking Office on campus. 
Note: UM students' permits assigned the previous Fall 
semester are valid through August. 



II. Enclose the Schedule Request and Estimated Billing 
Form (and application and housing request, if applic- 
able) along with your check in the return envelope 
provided herein, or use the following address: 

Office of the Bursar 

Summer Mail- in Registration 

Room 1115 Lee Building 

University of Maryland 

College Park, Maryland 20742-5151 



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1999 Estimated Billing Form 



SUMMER SESSION I ONLY 





ESTIMATED BILLING FORM 


AMOUNT 1 


Undergraduate 
Students 


CREDIT HOURS 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 






Resident Tuition 


170 


340 


510 


680 


850 


1,020 


1,190 


1,360 


1,530 


1,700 


$ 




Non-Resident Tuition 


330 


660 


990 


1,320 


1,650 


1,980 


2,310 


2,640 


2,970 


3,300 






Graduate 
Students 


CREDIT HOURS 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 








Resident Tuition 


272 


544 


816 


1,088 


1,360 


1,632 


1,904 


2,176 








Non-Resident Tuition 


415 


830 


1,245 


1,660 


2,075 


2,490 


2,905 


3,320 








Mandatory Fees 
For All Students 


Student Services Fee $75 


$ 


75 


00 


Academic Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 


Health Fee $3 


$ 


3 


00 


Building Rec Fee $21 


$ 


21 


00 


On-Campus Housing 
(attach Residence Halls Agreement Form) 


Six Weeks $660.06 
Eight Weeks $880.08 


$ 
$ 




Campus Parking Fee: Campus Resident $31; Commuter $17 (choose one)* 


$ 




Application Fee for New Students (non-refundable); Undergraduate $45; Graduate $50 


$ 




Special Fees (consult course listings) 


$ 




TOTAL BILL 


s 





SUMMER SESSION II ONLY 
























ESTIMATED BILLING 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 


330 


660 


990 


1,320 


1,650 


1,980 


2,310 


2,640 


2,970 


3,300 








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 


415 


830 


1,245 


1,660 


2,075 


2,490 


2,905 


3,320 








5. 


Mandatory Fees 
For All Students 


Student Services Fee $75 


$ 


75 


00 




Academic Services Fee $12 


$ 


12 


00 




Health Fee $3 


$ 


3 


00 




Building Rec Fee $21 


$ 


21 


00 


6. 


On-Campus Housing 
(attach Residence Halls Agreement Form) 


Six Weeks $660.06 
Eight Weeks $880.08 


$ 
$ 




7. 


Campus Parking Fee: Campus Resident $31; Commuter $17 (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'S SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 
ON CHECK. One check may be used to pay for both summer 
sessions. Add the "Total Bill" from both estimated billing 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 



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SUMMER 1999 RESIDENCE HALLS AGREEMENT 



LAST NAME, FIRST NAME, MI 



FEMALE □ 
MALE □ 



STUDENT ID No. 



HOME ADDRESS 



CITY 



STATE 



ZIPCODE 



HOME PHONE 



Are you a Graduate student? 


^•es Qno 


Do you want consideration 
for a single rooin? 
Do you smoke? 


□yes Qno 
□\'es Qno 


Do you object to a roommate 
who smokes? 


□>es Gno 


Roommate Preference 




NAME 


STUDENT ID# 




DO YOU LPkT IN UMCP 
RESIDENCE HALLS NOW? 




Uino dves 




Room and Hall 




Additional SI 05.63 enclosed solely by current on-campus 
resident in order to request campus housing from end of 
finals in May to start of Summer Session 1. Subject to 
Resident Life approval and according lo "inietim occupan- 
c^- procedures. Q^'es Qno 



DATES OF OCCUPANCY/PAYMENT 



□ Session I onlv: Mav 30 - julv 9 

S660.06 (S633.78'housing + S26.28 telecom) 

Q Session II only: July 13 - August 20 

S660.06 ($633.78 housing + S26.28 telecom) 

□ Sessions I & II: May 30 - August 20 
S1,320.12 (SI.267.56 housing + S52.56 telecom) 

□ 8-week course: May 30 - julv 23 

S880.08 (S845.04 housing + S35.04 telecom) 

Q Maryland Enelish Institute: June 13 - August 6 
5880.08 (S84'^5.04 housing + S35.04 telecom) 



I understand that I am obligated to accept summer resi- 
dence halls housing and resident telecommunication ser- 
vices 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 



PARENT SIGNATURE 

(if student is under 18 years of age) 



FOR OFFICE USE 



TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF ON-CAMPUS SUMMER HOUSING 

^X^len the Agreement is signed by the student and confirmed bv the University, this 
Agreement provides the student with the opportunit)' to live in a University summer resi- 
dence hall, subject to all terms stared 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 Otalogue. and other relevant Universit)' documents. 

I. 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 occupanc.' is available from Mav 30, 
1999 to 7pm August 20. 1999 for Session I and 11 registrants; from May 30, 1999 toVpm 
July 9, 1999 for Session I only registrants; from July 1 1. 1999 to 7pm August 20, 1999 for 
Session II only registrants; from May 30. 1999 to 7pm Julv 23. 1999 for 8-week resistrants: 
and from June 13, 1999 to 7pm August 6, 1999 for Mar>-land English Institute (MEl) reg- 
istrants. Other occupancy periods may be acceptable as deiermmed bv Resident Life. 

LIABILITY. The University cannot and does not assume responsibility' for personal acci- 
dent, injur)', or illness sustained by residents, guests or visitors, nor for the damage, theft, or 
loss of personal property. The student releases the Universiry, its officers, agents and 
employees trom any liabilit)' on account of any accident, injun.', illness, propern.*, damage, 
theft, or loss. The University- recommends that students obtain ptivate insurance against 
such harm or loss. 

II. UNIVERSITY SERVICES. 

The Universit)' will provide the following services on a continual basis, although interrup- 
tions may be necessitated by an act of God, an order of a Universit}'/civil authority-, limited 
or restricted control or availability of resources as determined bv the Univetsin', mainte- 
nance activities, or other condition that is reasonably beyond administrative control. 
Services are provided in accordance with standards and levels of ser^'ice determined by the 
University'. It is the expectation of the Universit}' that ser\'ices will be available and unin- 
terrupted and that any disruption of services vital to the health and safer.' 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. Theretore. 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 not affect an individuals 
request for housing in any subsequent academic term. 

Available accommodations normally are in apanments (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 
Ser\'ices, for the full period of assignment to a suite. 

Available spaces, especially singles, in each building tT.'pe are limited. To assure that these 
spaces are assigned as equitably as possible, all completed Agreements received with pavment 



in fiill to the Office of the Bursar by the published priority deadline will be submlned in a 
lottery drawing for building and room t^-pes. Agreements received after the priority deadline 
will be considered on a first-come, first-sen'ed basis for existing vacancies. 

UTILITIES AND HOUSEKEEPING. The Universit)- will provide heat, watet, electrici- 
ty, and waste disposal services. The Universit}' will remove trash from designated areas and 
will clean common hallway's and public areas on a scheduled basis. 



FURNISHINGS. The University will provide each resident: bed, manress, dresser, desk 
and chair set, telephone line and data line. The University will provide each student room 
with window shade or blinds, closet(s), window screen, and smoke detector. 

REPAIRS. The University will make all repairs and perform maintenance in the residence 
hail 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 acti^-ities shall be conducted under a sj-stem of priorit}' scheduling. 

TELECOMMUNICATIONS. The University provides (at a standard, 6-week charge) tele- 
phone ser^'ice for each resident. On-campus phone calls may be made by residents with no 
additional charge. Local and long distance ser\'ice may be arranged by the student on a pri- 
vate basis, and additional charges for these services shall be paid for by the resident. 

III. RESPONSIBILITIES OF RESIDENTS 

CARE OF FACILITIES. (1) The resident accepts responsibilin.- and agrees to be held 
accountable for his/her actions, for the actions of his/her guest(s), and the proper use and 
care of the residential facilities, assigned space, common areas, and Universit)' property. The 
tesident also agrees to report promptlv anv interruptions of service or needed repairs. (2) 
The resident agrees to take reasonable action to protect residential facilities and property 
from wanton, reckless or negligent damage; refrain from encouraging or participating in 
activities which cause damage; report damages; and assist the University' in identift-ing 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 UniversitT," 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 safet)' and security' hardware (e.g., 
locks, smoke detector) within his/her assigned residence halt space and building, and will 
immediately rcpon loss of assigned kcy(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- 
stands that his/her behavior should be conducive to the pursuit of academic goals, as well as 
individual and communit)' 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 safet)' and well-being of tesidents. 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- 
fer of University keys; disruptive/destructive behavior; behavior such as intimidation or 
harassment which threatens the properti,'. safet\', securit)', health, or welt-being of others; 
improper use of fire/safety or building securit)' equipment; and threats to or interference 
with UniversitT,* staff in the performance of their duties. Violation of rules and regulations 
can constitute grounds for termination of this Agreement. (4) VChen it is determined by 
Resident Life that a student has violated State or Federal laws and/or Universit}' rules and 
regulations, and when such conduct indicates that the student constitutes a 
threat to the safet\', health, or well-being of communit)' members or of him- 
self/herself, disciplinary and/or administrative action, including tetmination 
of this Agreement, may be taken. •^^^r^^ 



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 hdov/ 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 i\\t 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 16 will 
priority consideration for single rooms, roommate preferences, other assignment preferences, and "interim occupancy." 
Agreements received after April 16 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. (!) The resident agrees that a change of 
assignment may be made oniy with the written approval of Resident Life in accordance with 
established room change procedures. Requests which are based upon consideration of race, 
color, rehgion, or national origin cannot be honored. (2) The resident agrees: (a) to live 
only in the space to which he/she has been officially assigned; (b) not to sublet or otherwise 
use or grant use of the assigned space, residence hall common areas, or grounds for any 
unauthorized purpose; 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 
reser^'es the right to move a resident from one space to another in order to; (a) meet its 
responsibilities to student health, safety, and well-being; (b) maintain, operate, or renovate 
facihties; (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 hall. 

GUESTS. A guest may stay in the assigned space only with the concurrence of the room- 
mates(s) and tor 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 safety and security and for the safety and securitv' of his/her residence hall community. 
The Universit)' and Resident Life will work cooperatively with residents to promote a safe 
and secure environment. The resident agrees to read and abide by security policies and pre- 
cautions stated in University publications. 

IV ADMINISTRATFVE PROCEDURES 

ROOM ENTRY, INSPECTION. AND PROPERTY REMOVAL. (1) The University 
reserves the right to enter rooms for purposes of (a) improvements; (b) inspection and main- 
tenance; (c) recovery of University/State-owned property which is not authorized for use in 
the assigned space; (d) fire and safety inspection; and (e) actions necessary to insure the safe- 
ty, health and general welfare of the resident or others and/or the protection of University 
or student property. (2) A resident's request for maintenance and repair constitutes his/her 
consent for room entry. While entry without notice may be necessary, attempts will be 
made to provide prior notification whenever feasible. (3) The University respects the resi- 
dent's right to privacy within his/her room. When entry or inspection is required, reason- 
able consideration will be given. (4) The University reserves the right to remove and dis- 
pose of any personal property remaining in a room following (a) termination or expiration 
of this Agreement, (b) the resident's separation by/from the University, and/or (c) the date 
the resident off'icially checks out of the room. A charge for costs incurred by such removal 
may be assessed to the resident. 

LL\BILITY FOR DAMAGES. ( 1 ) The student will be assessed charges for damage, loss or 
special service (e.g., cleaning) due to misuse or abuse of his/her assigned space and the State 
property contained therein. When the assigned residence hall space is shared, and where the 
responsible studcnt(s) fails to assume responsibility, an equal portion of the charges will be 
assessed to each occupant. (2) IndividuaKs) 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 spe- 
cial service to the common areas or to University property within the residential facility. 

RELEASE FROM AGREEMENT PRIOR TO CLAIMING SERVICES. The University 



will release an individual from this Agrtement 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 1,0, 1999 
for Session ! or June 21, 1999 for Session II. If notice is received after these dates, 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 10 


$0.00 






June 21 


$0.00 


May 11-18 


$52.82 






June 22-29 


$52.82 


May 19-25 


$105.63 






June 30-July 6 


$105.63 


May 26-June 1 


$158.45 






July 7-13 


$158.45 


No-show/No notice 


$211.26 






No-show/No notice 


$211.26 


to Resident Life 








to Resident Life 




"S-weck classes thai beg 


n on June 2 are 


ubiect 


to the 


same cancellation dates 


and fees as 


Session 1. Cancellations 


from MEI registrants n 


lust be 


received by May 26 ro 


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 Hail. NOTICE TO ANY OTHER 
UNIVERSITY OFFICE WILL NOT ENSURE RELEASE. 

FAILURE TO CLAIM SERVICES. When an individual (1) fails to properly claim the 
assigned space and has not secured release from this Agreement prior to the deadline for 
claiming services, or (2) fails to notify the Resident Life Assignments Office of delayed 
arrival by 12 noon on the first University-scheduled class day of the summer session (or 
within 72 hours of the receipt of assignment if assignment is made after the first class day). 
Resident Life will terminate this Agreement, and the individual, regardless of his/her 
University status, will be charged an amount equal to two weeks' housing fee. 

RELEASE AFTER CLAIMING SERVICES. Resident Life will release an individual from 
this Agreement after services are claimed without the individual incurring any financial 
obligation beyond charges associated with occupancy when Resident Life has received 
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 part. 
(2) it is determined that an individual, for whatever reason, is not eligible to reside in the 
building; (3) it is determined that the student has violated housing rules, and may also be 
denied continued access to any University residential facility; or (4) University facilities are 
found to be inadequate in number or physical condition. 

CREDITS AND REFUNDS. Release from this Agreement must be secured by Resident 
Life Assignments office before any approved credit of housing or telecommunication fees 
may be initiated. Appropriate housing and telecommunication charges are assessed for ser- 
vices from the week during which services must be claimed through the week during which 
check-out is completed. Failure to check out by the approved date will decrease the 
amount of credit. Ncrcrcdit is approved if check-out occurs during the last three weeks of 
each session or if the occupancy period is three weeks or less. Refund, if due. must be 
requested in writing from the Office of the Bursar. 



Summer Course Registration Form 



1999 Summer Session I 



This form should be used for the FIRST Summer Session only. Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by May 21, 1999. 

Complete the entire form. Do not write m shaded areas. 

Currently enrolled, newly-admitted, and visiting summer students, who have already applied, can register on the Internet at www.testudo.umd.edu. (see p. 2) 



LAST NAME 


















FIRST 


















Ml 












1 ' ' 















































SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



J I L 



Were you registered at the University of Maryland 
College Park SPRING 1999? 

YES NO 
If NO: 
Please read Admission Infornnation in this Catalogue 



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ASSISTANT DEAN'S 
STAMP AND SIGNATURE 

MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS 

ON ACADEMIC WARNING 

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 14 for information on determining the session of a course. If MAILING this form, please provide alternate sections. 



vTh COURSE REQUESTS 

IN THIS 


• 




^4^^ PREFIX NUMBER Suffi, 


SECTION 


Grading 
Method 


Credit Waitlist 

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httpi/Www.testudo. umd.edu 
http://www.inform.umd. edU'Summer 



Register by phone 

MARS (3011403-0500 

Helpline (301)314-1600 



ALTERNATE 

SECTIONS OR 

INDEX NUMBERS: 






i 



















RESTRICTED COURSE 
AUTHORIZATION 



STAMP 



SIGNATURE 



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 Office of the Registrar and returned to you. It is your proof of Registration. 





WAITLISTED SECTIONS 
AND POSITION: 


DO SOCIAL 
wRrrF SECURITY # 






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Students who register and later decide not to attend classes must CANCEL their registration PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES. 
Failure to do so will result in financial obligation even though the student does not attend classes. 



NAME 

ADDRESS 



CITY, STATE, ZIP 



Registration Verification and Signature: 



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Summer Course Reqistrotion Form 



1999 Summer Session II 



This form should be used for the SECOND Summer Session only. IVIall-in registrations must be postmarked by July 2. 1999, 

Complete the entire form. Do not write in shaded areas. 

Currently-enrolled, newly-admitted, and visiting summer students can register on the Internet at www.testudo.umd.edu. (see p. 2.) 



LAST NAME 



FIRST 



SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



Ml 



Were you registered at the University of [Vlaryland 
College Park SPRING 1999? 

YES NO 
If NO: 
Please read Admission Information in this Catalogue. 



( 



) 



ASSISTANT DEAN'S 
STAMP AND SIGNATURE 

MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS 

ON ACADEMIC WARNING 

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 41 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 
J' 


PREFIX 


NUMBER 


Suffix 


SECTION 


Grading 
Mettiod 


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Register on the Web 

htlp://www.testudo. umd.edu 
http://www. inform, umd.edu/summer 



Register by phone 

MARS (301)403-0500 
Helpline (301)314-1600 

See MARS worksheet on page 64 




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 Office of the Registrar arid returned to you. It is your proof of Registration. 



DO 


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Students who register and later decide not to attend classes must CANCEL their registration PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF CLASSES. 

Failure to do so will result in financial obligation even though the student does not attend classes. 



NAME 



ADDRESS 



CITY, STATE, ZIP . 



Registration Verification and Signature: 



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Visiting UnderGraduate Summer Student Application 1999 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK 



Questions? Call (301) 405-6551 or 1-800-711-UMCP 



Please read the application instructions on pages 1-2 to determine if you must complete this application. 
Please do not write in shaded areas. 



1 ) Have you previously attended daytime at University of Maryland. 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 nonrefundable 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 s 


Dcial Security 


Number 

























































































































































Last Name 
































First Name 



























































Number & Street of Present Mailing Address 



Apartment City 



State Zip Code 



County 
I I I Male I I 



Country 



Area Code & Telephone Number 



8) Former Last Name . 



MM D D 

Birthdate 



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 D White D Other 



10) Are you a United States citizen? D Yes D No If no. please complete the following: 

Country of birth Country of Citizenship Type of visa_ 

Alien registration number Date issued Date of expiration. 



D 



1 1 ) Please check one: NOTE: Current and former University of Maryland, College Park 
□ high school graduate students do not need to apply for summer admission. Current high 
D currently enrolled at another college/university j,,^^^, students should use aregular application for admission. 

D college/university graduate 

12) Have you previously applied for admission to the University of Maryland, College Park? D Yes D No 
If yes. 

Type of Program: D Undergraduate □ Graduate 

TemVYear Applied for: Dates of attendance, if applicable: 



1 3 ) List the high school from which you graduated. Also list the college or university you currently attend or last attended. 



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 






1 




1 


Credits Earned 


Graduation Date 


Degree Obtained 



College Board Code 



Previous Institution Code 



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 



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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 marriage 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. 
YES NO 

D n 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 



D 


D 


D 


D 


D 


D 


D 


D 



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 a University System of Maryland institution? 

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 

8. Are all, or substantially all, of your possessions in Maryland? 

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 . 



1 1 . Do you own any vehicles? 

a. If yes, first vehicle's initial date of registration b. Most recent date of registration c. State of registration . 

d. If yes, second vehicle's initial date of registration e. Most recent date of registration f. State of registration . 



U n 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: D 1998 □ 1997 D 1996 

b. Check the actual years you have filed another state's income tax return: D 1998 D 1997 D 1996 

C- If you did not file a tax return in Maryland for the most recent year, state reason(s): 

I — I I I 13. Is Maryland state income tax currently being withheld from your pay? 

a. If no, state reason(s): 

I — I I — I 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. 



Signature of person completing items 4 through 14 



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Visiting Graduate Summer Student Applkation 1999 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, COLLEGE PARK 



Questions? Call 1 -8OO-71 1 -UMCP or (301 ) 405-6551 



Are you claiming Maryland residency? IZI yes [3 no (If yes, complete the back of this application) 

Have you ever applied to our Graduate School before either as an Advanced Special or Degree Seeking Student? fl no [71 yes Year_ 

Do you quality for the Golden ID fee waiver? CJ yes I i no 

SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER 



nnQDnonnnn 



G R A D 



SUMMER 


1999 





Last Name 

Present Address: 



Phone Numbers: 

Home ( ) 



Work ( 



State or Country 



Please check one (see page 1 for more details): 
U Visiting Graduate Student 
D Institute Student 

I I Advanced Special Student: 
(check one) 

a. Bachelor's Degree with 3.0 GPA 
;.- '. b. Master's or Doctoral Degree 
L] c. Bachelor's Degree (4 yrs out) 
d. Test Scores, indicated below 



Citizenship D U.S. D 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. 



/ 



Sex: d! Male D Female 



CH Race: American Indian/Native Indian [j Hispanic 

LJ Black, not of Hispanic origin i I White 

n 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\^ajor 


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 LJ 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? 
U no LJ yes It 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) (GRE) Date_ 

Miller Analogies Test (MAT) Date_ 

Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Date_ 

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) Date_ 



Verbal. 
Score_ 
Score_ 
Score 



Quantitative. 



Analytical, 



F 

FS 

R 

lES 

GRAD 

SA 



(A TOEFL score report must be submitted by all applicants whose native language is not Englisti unless they have a degree from an accredited 
U.S. institution of higher education) 



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List any work and military experience (major categories and time periods only) for the past two years. 



Title or Person 



Employer 



State 



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 

D n 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? 1997 Dves D No 1998 D Yes D No 

3. If the answer to 1 and/or 2 is yes, indicate name of person who has provided financial support or is claiming you as a dependent. 
Name Relationship to applicant 



If you, the applicant, answered "NO" to questions 1 and 2, please complete the following. 
— IN ALL OTHER CASES — 
The person listed in question 3 should complete the following. 
Yes No 

im lU 4. Are you or your spouse a full-time resident of the U.S. Armed Forces? 

If yes, you may omit questions 5-16. Please attach a photocopy of most recent orders. 

5. Current Residence ^ — 



D D 



street Address 



Apt.# 



City 



County State Zip 



M/DfY WDfY 

(Dates Occupied) 



C] O 6. Previous Residence 

Street Address Apt.# City 

n G 7. Do you own any property outside of Maryland? Date of acquisition _ 

If yes, for what purpose do you hold such property? 

n n 8. Are you a citizen of the United States? 

a. If non-citizen, type of visa 

d. If permanent resident, alien registration number . 

CD n 9. Are you registered to vote? 

a. If yes, in what state/country? 



County State Zip 



b. Date visa issued . 



c. Expiration date of visa_ 

e. Date of issue f. Expires 



CD n 10. Do you possess a valid driver's license? 
a. If yes, in what state was it issued? 

G D 11 . Do you own a motor vehicle(s)? 

a. If yes, registered in what state? 



b. Date of original registration, 
b. Date of original issue 



b. Date of original registration. 



Q CD 12. Do you have the use of a motor vehicle in another person's name? 
If yes, indicate the name and relationship of person 



CD n 13. Have you paid Maryland income tax for the most recent year on all earned income including all taxable income earned outside the state? 

If no, please state reason 

14. List actual years and states in which you have filed a tax return in the last 3 years 



I — , I — , (Stale/Country Tax Year) (Stale/Country Tax Year) (State/Country Tax Year) 

U I 1 15. If employed, is Maryland income tax being withheld? 

CD CD 16. Did you give a Maryland home address on most recent federal and state tax forms? 

CD CD 17. Do you receive any type of financial aid (loans, scholarships, grants) from a state other than Maryland? If yes, from which state? 

CD CD 18. 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 . 

/ 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 acconnpany this application. $50.00 U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents. 
$70.00 International Applicants. Incomplete application will be returned. 



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Spice up 

Now you can 
access tl?e 
1999 Summer 

Course SclFedule 

on tire Web. 



your summer 
on tire Web/ 



inform.umd.edu/summer 




Summer is the perfect opportunity for adding some credits so 
you con get ahead; or making sure you stay on tmcic by fulfilling 
any requirements; or you con try something totally different and 
take a course outside your field of study. 

So get G jump start on scheduling your summer classes. Visit the 
summer schedule on the web. 



Spice up , 

Vour summer/ 



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