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1999-2000 Term Table

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Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
ANT 101Cultural Anthropology 1,2,5,6 1,4,7,8 1,4,6,8
ANT 105Human Origins   5  
ANT 110Archaeology     5
ANT 202Indigenous Peoples and Cultures of North America 5    
ANT 206West Indian People and Culture (in the Carribean)   5  
ANT 208Interethnic Family & Kinship 6    
ANT 210Religion, Magic, and Witchcraft 3   3
ANT 222Applied Anthropology     6
ANT 256Topics in Anthropology 8    
ANT 257Topics in Anthropology   9  
ANT 258Topics in Anthropology     2
ANT 271Women's Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective   7  
ANT 2XXArea Study     7
ANT 308Ritual, Symbol, and Behavior 8   7
ANT 320Qualitative Research Methods & Fieldwork   2  
ANT 322The History of Ethnological Theory 1   1
ANT 356Advanced Topics in Anthropology 9    
ANT 358Advanced Topics in Anthropology 4    
ANT 359Advanced Topics in Anthropology     9
ANT 360Advanced Topics in Anthropology   6  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
ART 103Drawing I 12,4,56,6,7 12,5,67,8 12,4,56,6,7
ART 104Design 3 1,5,7 3
ART 202Ceramics I 12,56 12,67 12,56
ART 207Photography I 6,8 3,9 6,8
ART 231Landscape Drawing/Painting I & II 1 1 1
ART 232Life Drawing/Painting I & II 5 4 5
ART 235Weaving 1 2 1
ART 237Surface Design 2 6 2
ART 238Papermaking   4  
ART 251Greek and Ancient Art   7  
ART 252Hellenistic and Roman Art 4   4
ART 254Mediaeval Art     1
ART 256Renaissance Art 5 5 6
ART 257Baroque and Rococo Art 7   7
ART 259Nineteenth Century Art 1   1
ART 260Twentieth Century Art 2 2,8 2
ART 261Topics: Non-Western Art 9 1 9
ART 269Urban & Rural Architecture (same as HIS 269) 2    
ART 271Feminist Art 8   8
ART 275Topics: Northern Renaissance Art   4  
ART 307Photography II   6  
ART 310Collage and Assemblage 4   4
ART 311Sculpture 9 4 9
ART 312Sculpture-Casting   9  
ART 335Advanced Textiles 9   9
ART 483Art Seminar 3 3 3
ART 487Senior Thesis 8 8 8

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
BIO 103Investigations 2,3,4 5,6,9 3,8,9
BIO 106Biology for the Schools 1,8 4 7
BIO 108Topics 4 2,3 4
BIO 111Human Anatomy and Physiology   2  
BIO 141Foundations I 1,3,6,9 1,3,5,8 1,5,7
BIO 142Foundations II 2,4,5,7 4,6,7,9 2,4,6,8
BIO 205Cell & Molecular Biology 3,8 3,8 3,8
BIO 209Plant Morphology 3 2 2
BIO 211Evolution   4,6 5,7
BIO 230Conservation Biology 5 6 6
BIO 254Ornithology     9
BIO 305Advanced Molecular Biology 4 1 4
BIO 308Invertebrate Zoology 7   5
BIO 312Vertebrate Zoology 9    
BIO 313Developmental Biology   4  
BIO 315Genetics 2 2,5 2
BIO 320Iowa Plant Communities 1 1 1
BIO 321Ecology 1,2 1,2 1,2
BIO 324Comparative Animal Physiology 6    
BIO 326Microbiology 1   5
BIO 327Immunology   9  
BIO 328Neurobiology 7   6
BIO 332Plant Systematics 9 9 9
BIO 334Animal Behavior 8 8 8
BIO 337Entomology 9   1
BIO 385Advanced Topics in Biology   7 9
BIO 3XXAnimal Course (TBA)   1  
BIO 411Seminar in Evolution 5,6    
BIO 485Biological Problems 1,3,5,7 1,7,9 1,7,8,9

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
BMB 485Biochemistry/Molecular Biology Problems 7,8 1,7,9  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
CHE 111Chemistry in the Natural World 6   1,6
CHE 121Chemical Principles I 3,4,8 3,4,8 3,4,8
CHE 122Chemical Principles II 4,9 4,9 4,9
CHE 161Accelerated General Chemistry 3 3 3
CHE 202Analytical Chemistry 5 5 5
CHE 225Organic Chemistry I 1,2,5 1,2,5 1,2,5
CHE 323Physical Chemistry I 2 1 1
CHE 324Physical Chemistry II 4 4 4
CHE 326Organic Chemistry II Lecture 4,6 4,6 4,6
CHE 327Organic Chemistry Lab 7 7 7
CHE 328Advanced Organic Chemistry 3   3
CHE 333Advanced Analytical Chemistry 7 2  
CHE 334Biochemistry 6 6 6
CHE 335Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 6   7
CHE 339Advanced Physical Chemistry   6  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
CLA 216Classical Mythology 2 2 2
CLA 264Women in Antiquity   6  
CLA 364Masterpieces of Greek and Roman Theatre   9  
CLA 372Epic Tradition 3    
CLA 373Love & Romance in Greece & Rome     3
CLA 381Greek Archeology (in Greece)     9
CLA 382Roman Archaeology (in Italy) 9    

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
COM 121Speech Communication 1,2,7,8 1,2,7,8 1,2,7,8
COM 228Leadership 5   3
COM 235Oral Interpretation 6 6  
COM 251Organizational Communication 3    
COM 2XXInterpersonal Communication     6
COM 323Media, Politics, People   3 5
COM 326Argumentation and Debate   5  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
CSC 131Computing Practice & Perspectives 1,9   1,3,9
CSC 140Foundations of Computer Science 2,5,6 2,5,6 2,5,6
CSC 151Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science 1,4 1,4 1,4
CSC 216Software Design 7 7 7
CSC 218Computer Organization 3 3 3
CSC 302Electronic Instrumentation for Scientific Research (same as PHY 302) 6 6 6
CSC 306Numerical Analysis (same as MAT 306)   7  
CSC 311Systems Software 4   4
CSC 313Data Structures   4  
CSC 314Data Management Systems   9  
CSC 315Programming Language Concepts 8   8
CSC 321Computer Graphics   8  
CSC 355Advanced Topics: Algorithms 5    
CSC 356Topics in Computer Science: Networks   5  
CSC 357Topics in Computer Science     5

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
ECB 101Macroeconomics 1,2,3,5,7 1,3,5,9 1,3,5,9
ECB 102Microeconomics 1,2,8,9 1,6,8 1,4,8
ECB 151Financial Accounting 1,4,6,8 2,4,7 2,3,7
ECB 213Economic Development 5   5
ECB 223International Economics 2 2 2
ECB 230Business Regulations 3    
ECB 240Econometrics 5   5
ECB 243Investments 4   6
ECB 245Introduction to Marketing 6 1,6 6
ECB 253Managerial Accounting 1 1,6 1,5
ECB 263Multinational Corporation in Central America 9   9
ECB 265Topics: The Economics of the European Union   1  
ECB 266Topics: Human Resource Management in a New Electronic Era   3  
ECB 301Intermediate Price Theory 2,6 2,7 2,6
ECB 302Income, Employment, and the Price Level 1,7 4,8 1,7
ECB 311Industrial Organization 4   8
ECB 315Law in a Market Society   3  
ECB 320Labor Economics Seminar 5 5 5
ECB 321Macroeconomics Seminar 8 8 8
ECB 323International Economics Seminar 4 3 4
ECB 325Economics of Environment & Conservation Seminar 7 7 7
ECB 335Money and Banking 6 9 6
ECB 345Marketing Management   4  
ECB 351Financial Management 2 2 2
ECB 352Financial Management Seminar 3 3 3
ECB 361International Business Seminar 7 7 7

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
EDU 205Foundations of Education 1,3,4,7 1,3,4,7 1,3,4,7
EDU 215Educational Psychology 5,6,9 5,6,9 5,6,9
EDU 230Exceptional Learner 1,4,9 1,4,8 1,4,8
EDU 240Human Relations 2,3,5,8 2,3,5,8 2,3,5,8
EDU 255Gender in American Education 8   8
EDU 314Elementary Mathematics 2 2 2
EDU 317Elementary Science & Social Studies 3 3 3
EDU 318Elementary Language Arts & Reading 6 6 6
EDU 319Children's Literature 7 7 7
EDU 322Secondary Arts, Languages & Adolescent Literature 2 2 2
EDU 324Secondary Mathematics, Science and Social Studies 6 6 6
EDU 380Environmental Outdoor Education Internship (in Wisconsin) 6 6 6
EDU 410Student Teaching I - Secondary 1,5 1,5 1,5
EDU 420Student Teaching II - Secondary 2,6 2,6 2,6
EDU 430Student Teaching III - Secondary 3,7 3,7 3,7
EDU 450Music Student Teaching I 2 2 2
EDU 460Music Student Teaching II 3 3 3
EDU 470Music Student Teaching III 4 4 4
EDU 483Senior Seminar 5,9 5,8,9 4,8,9

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
ENG 111Composition and Literature 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9 1,2,4,5,6,7,8,9
ENG 210American Survey 5 5 5
ENG 211English Survey I 2 4,9 2,8
ENG 212English Survey II 3,7 2,7 3,6
ENG 213Writing Fiction I 8   2
ENG 214Writing Poetry I 3 1 4
ENG 219Special Topics: Writing Children's Books 1    
ENG 240Theatre, Architecture and the Arts (in England)   5  
ENG 311English Grammar 9   7
ENG 316Advanced Writing Workshop   3  
ENG 321Mediaeval Enlgish Literature   1 1
ENG 322Mediaeval and Renaissance Drama 5   6
ENG 323Shakespeare I: Poems and Comedies 2 8 4
ENG 324Shakespeare II: Tragedies/Romances 8 2 2
ENG 326Milton 4    
ENG 329Eighteenth Century Fiction 6   7
ENG 331English Literature: The Romantics 1 9 9
ENG 334Nineteenth Century English Novel   2  
ENG 335Virginia Woolf 9   8
ENG 336Twentieth Century Fiction   3  
ENG 343The American Renaissance 3   4
ENG 345Late Nineteenth Century American Literature 6    
ENG 347Modern American Literature   7 7
ENG 349Jazz: Fact, Film & Fiction   4  
ENG 350American Nature Writers 9 9 9
ENG 351African-American Literature 8    
ENG 361Modern Poetry   5  
ENG 362Modern Theatre   3  
ENG 363Contemporary Fiction 7    
ENG 364Contemporary Poetry 2   1
ENG 367Multicultural Literature   6 5
ENG 371Critical Theory     2
ENG 372Film and Film Criticism 4 7 3
ENG 374Topics in Literature   8 8
ENG 411Senior Seminar 1 1 1

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
ESL 103Elementary English as a Second Language 1,2,5    
ESL 204Intermediate English as a Second Language I 2,3,6    
ESL 205Intermediate English as a Second Language II 1,3,4    
ESL 306Advanced English as a Second Language 1,3,4,5    

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
EST 123Introduction to Ethnic Studies 7 3 3

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
FRE 101Beginning French I 4 3 4
FRE 102Beginning French II 5,6 5,6 5,6
FRE 103Beginning French III 1,8 1,7 1,8
FRE 205Intermediate French 2,9 2,8 2,9
FRE 206Intermediate French (in Montreal)   9  
FRE 254French Women Writers in Translation   4  
FRE 301Composition and Conversation 3 3 3
FRE 302Advanced Conversation (in Montreal)   9  
FRE 303French & Francophone Cultures 1   1
FRE 311Introduction to Literature 6 5 6
FRE 315Mediaeval Literature     2
FRE 321The French Renaissance: Sixteenth Century Literature   6  
FRE 327Baroque & Neoclassicism: Seventeenth Century French Literature 9    
FRE 331Enlightenment: Eighteenth Century French Literature 7    
FRE 341Nineteenth Century I: 1800-1850   2  
FRE 342Nineteenth Century II: 1850-1900     4
FRE 351Twentieth Century I: Writing as Political Action 2    
FRE 3XXFrench Literature Course - TBA     9
FRE 411Seminar 5   5

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
GEO 101Earth Science   5  
GEO 103Geology of Volcanoes 4,8 3 3
GEO 105Marine Science 5 6 5
GEO 111Physical Geology 2,3,6,9 2,7,9 2,5,7,9
GEO 112Historical Geology 4 1 4
GEO 114Investigations in Geology 1 1 1
GEO 212Mineralogy I 9 8 9
GEO 215Structural Geology I 7 7 6
GEO 217Paleontology 2 2 1
GEO 220Resources and Land Use 8   2
GEO 255Modern and Ancient Carbonate Systems of the Bahamas (in the Bahamas) 6 7 7
GEO 312Mineralogy II: Applications   2  
GEO 316Optical Mineralogy 4 4 4
GEO 317Paleoecology 8   8
GEO 319Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology   5  
GEO 324Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 1   2
GEO 329Geology of a Region 5    
GEO 331Environmental Geology 1 8 8
GEO 332Hydrogeology   1  
GEO 3XXGeomorphology     5
GEO 485Geological Literature   9  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
GER 101Beginning German I 5 5 5
GER 102Beginning German II 7 7 7
GER 103Beginning German III 9 9 9
GER 205Intermediate German 2 2 2
GER 301Composition & Conversation I 3 4 4
GER 302Composition and Conversation II 6   6
GER 332Enlightenment     1
GER 333Goethe   1  
GER 341Romanticism 1    
GER 342Realism and Naturalism   8  
GER 351Modernism     8
GER 352Post-War Literature 8    
GER 485Senior Tutorial 3 4 4

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
GRE 101Beginning Classical Greek I   3  
GRE 102Beginning Classical Greek II   5  
GRE 205Introduction to Classical Greek Literature   8  
GRE 327The Greek Hero 1    
GRE 334Ancient Greek Politics, Society, and Culture     1
GRE 391Advanced Tutorial   1  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
HIS 101Europe: 800-1300   8  
HIS 102Europe: 1300-1700 2   8
HIS 104Modern Europe and Its Critics 3,7 3,9 3,9
HIS 111Introductory Seminar: Born to Rebel--American Identities 4    
HIS 112Introductory Seminar in History     6
HIS 113Introductory Seminar: Galileo: Religion and Science 8 7 4
HIS 114Introductory Seminar: Peasants in Early Modern Europe 7    
HIS 116Introductory Seminar: The Holocaust 4    
HIS 141Latin American History 5   5
HIS 153Origins of the American Nation 2,9 3,8 2,8
HIS 154Making of Modern America 1,8 5,7 5,7
HIS 171Early East Asian Civilization: China   7  
HIS 201Origins of Western Civilization   1  
HIS 202Rome from Vergil to St. Augustine 9 2 1
HIS 210Warfare and Society in Modern Times 2 1 2
HIS 251Federal Indian Policy 6    
HIS 255American Lives: African-Americans   6  
HIS 257Topics: Baseball-The American Game 5   4
HIS 269Urban and Rural Architecture (same as ART 269) 2    
HIS 302Aquinas and Dante     3
HIS 304Europe: Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries   4  
HIS 305Science and Religion in the 17th Century (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) 7   7
HIS 312The Scientific Revolution of the 17th Century   9  
HIS 315Diplomacy of War and Revolution 6 7 7
HIS 318Growth of Industrial Society 1 2 1
HIS 321Muscovite and Imperial Russia   6  
HIS 322Revolutionary and Soviet Russia     6
HIS 324Modern Germany   3  
HIS 332Topics: Riots and Revolutions in Modern Western Europe and America   9  
HIS 334Topics in European History: Twentieth Century Britain 8    
HIS 335Topics: Italy from the Risorgimento through Mussolini   1  
HIS 349Topics in Latin American History (same as LAS 349) 9 5  
HIS 350Colonial America   2  
HIS 351The Age of Revolution in America   5  
HIS 352The United States in the Middle Period (1815-1850) 1   3
HIS 353Civil War and Reconstruction 8   7
HIS 354U.S. Social History Since 1940 3,7 1 1
HIS 356African-Americans in U.S. History 6   2
HIS 357Seminar in American History 5 3,4,8,9 8
HIS 370Creation and Science in the Middle Ages     9

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
INT 201Statistical Methods 1,3,4,6,8 1,2,4,6,8 1,3,4,6,8
INT 211Fundamentals of Statistics     1
INT 232Women and Men in the 21st Century   8  
INT 501Practice in Writing 34,56 34,67 34,67

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
JPN 101Beginning Japanese I   8  
JPN 102Beginning Japanese II   9  
JPN 103Beginning Japanese III 1   1
JPN 205Intermediate Japanese 2   2

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
LAL 308Language Teaching Methodology   9  
LAL 352Linguistics 9   9

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
LAS 141Latin American History (same as HIS 141) 5    
LAS 349Topics in Latin American History (same as HIS 349) 9 5  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
LAT 101Beginning Latin I 4   3,4
LAT 102Beginning Latin II 6   6
LAT 205Introduction to Latin Literature 8   8
LAT 312The Age of Cicero   1  
LAT 313Age of Augustus     5
LAT 368Roman Historians 5    

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
MAT 112Functions 2,3,5 2,3,5 2,3,5
MAT 141Calculus I 1,2,4,6 2,3,4,6 2,3,4,6
MAT 142Calculus II 5,7 5,7 5,7
MAT 143Calculus III 8 8 8
MAT 221Linear Algebra 1 1 1
MAT 223Calculus IV 9 9 9
MAT 306Numerical Analysis (same as CSC 306)   7  
MAT 327Modern Algebra I 3   3
MAT 328Modern Algebra II     4
MAT 331Fundamentals of Geometries   6  
MAT 336Differential Equations 7   7
MAT 337Analysis I   3  
MAT 338Analysis II   4  
MAT 347Mathematical Statistics I 5   5
MAT 348Mathematical Statistics II 6   6

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
MUS 101Fundamentals of Music 5 9 5
MUS 107Vocal Diction   2  
MUS 110Music Theory One 2 2 2
MUS 210Music Theory Two 4 4 4
MUS 212Music Listening & Understanding 4 1 4
MUS 213American Music     3
MUS 215Jazz Improvisation     5
MUS 217Opera     7
MUS 220Jazz History 7    
MUS 275Topics: Music in Europe (in Europe)   9  
MUS 301Elementary School Music   5 5
MUS 306Conducting I   2 9
MUS 308Vocal Pedagogy 2   2
MUS 310Music Theory Three 6 6 6
MUS 321History of Western Music I 6 6 6
MUS 322History of Western Music II 8 8 8
MUS 323History of Western Music III 1 4 1
MUS 331Music Education Seminar 2   2
MUS 343Music Theory Four 1 1 1
MUS 346Music Theory Five 3 3 3
MUS 352The Ring Cycle of Wagner   7  
MUS 431Methods & Materials for Music Education 7 8 8
MUS 728Cornell Lyric Theatre 5 5 5

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
PED 101Lifetime Physical Fitness and Activities 5,7,9 2,5,9 2,5,9
PED 111Foundations of Physical Education 2 1 1
PED 205Coaching Endorsement or Authorization 3 3 3
PED 212Sports & American Society 4    
PED 213Human Anatomy 8    
PED 214Exercise Physiology 8    
PED 215Psychology of Sport 2 2 2
PED 237Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries 5 5 5
PED 255Topics: Modern Olympic Games 1    
PED 256Topics in Physical Education     1
PED 308Kinesiology 9 9 9
PED 312Management of Physical Education and Sports   1 1
PED 313Human Anatomy   8 8
PED 314Exercise Physiology   8 8
PED 318Techniques of Team, Dual and Individual Sports 5   5
PED 324Elementary Physical Education Methods   4  
PED 327Adaptive Physical Education   7 7
PED 328Measurement and Evaluation 6 6 6
PED 331Physical Education Methods for Secondary Schools 4   4
PED 334Motor Learning 9 9 9
PED 338Advanced Athletic Training 7   6
PED 340Principles of Coaching 6 6 6
PED 341Methods of Coaching Baseball 6    
PED 342Methods of Coaching Basketball   6  
PED 343Methods of Coaching Football 6   6
PED 348Methods of Coaching Wrestling   6  
PED 350Methods of Coaching Softball   6  
PED 352Sport Marketing, Finance & Law 1    
PED 355Aggression and Moral Issues in Sport and Physical Activity   1  
PED 362Fitness Assessment and Prescription   7  
PED 366Wellness Seminar 7    
PED 368Wellness Seminar     7

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
PHI 111Introduction to Philosophy 1,3,5,6,7 1,7,9 1,3,7,8
PHI 202Ethics 1,9 1,8 1,6
PHI 203Logic & Critical Thinking 2,8 2,5 5,9
PHI 204Symbolic Logic 6   2
PHI 224Environmental Ethics   3  
PHI 225Utopia 4 4 4
PHI 301Asian Philosophy 8   1
PHI 302Ancient Philosophy 5   8
PHI 303Mediaeval Philosophy     5
PHI 304Modern Philosophy: Seventeenth Century   9  
PHI 305Modern Philosophy: Eighteenth Century 6   6
PHI 306Modern Philosophy: Nineteenth Century   6  
PHI 307Marx and Marxism     9
PHI 309Existentialism   3  
PHI 310Analytic Philosophy 2   4
PHI 352Philosophy of Feminism 7    
PHI 353Philosophy of Law   7  
PHI 355Philosophy of Religion   2  
PHI 356Philosophy of Science 1   2
PHI 357Philosophy in Literature 3   3
PHI 358Philosophy of Mind 9   7
PHI 359Postmodern Philosophy 9    
PHI 363Topics: Free Will and Determinism 4    
PHI 366Topics: Philosophy of Language   4  

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
PHY 101Introductory Physics I 2,3 2,3 2,3
PHY 102Introductory Physics II 5 5 5
PHY 111General Physics I 4,6 4,6 4,6
PHY 112General Physics II 7,8 7 8
PHY 114Laboratory Physics 8,9 8,9 8,9
PHY 120Revolutionary Concepts in Physics   8  
PHY 221Astronomy 1,2,9 1,9 1,9
PHY 223Acoustics, Music, and Audio Systems 5   3
PHY 228Energy Alternatives   3  
PHY 302Electronic Instrumentation for Scientific Research (same as CSC 302) 6 6 6
PHY 303Modern Physics 2   2
PHY 305Optics   2  
PHY 312Experimental Physics 3   4
PHY 321Mechanics 8   8
PHY 322Electricity and Magnetism   4  
PHY 334Introduction to Quantum Mechanics   8  

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
POL 111Politics 1,2,5 1,6 1,5
POL 222Foundations of the First Amendment 4 4 4
POL 225Ethics and Public Policy 7 7 8
POL 240Security at Sea (in the Florida Keys)   3  
POL 242International Politics 3,6,9 1,5 1,5
POL 243Comparative Politics 1 3 2
POL 262American Politics 4,6 4,6 4,6
POL 315Seminar in Political Thought: Public Ethics in the Deep South 8    
POL 325Anglo-American Constitutional Thought   8 7
POL 327Revolutionary Political Thought 6   6
POL 335Seminar: Ethnicity and Ethnic Conflicts in Today's World   2  
POL 336International Relations of the Asian-Pacific Rim 3 8  
POL 337Comparative Government of China and Japan 2 2  
POL 338Seminar Intl Rel/Comparative Govnmt     3
POL 345Political Economy of Brazil (in Brazil)   7  
POL 346Political Economy of Developing Countries 5   3
POL 348United States Foreign Policy 7   7
POL 349International Political Economy 8 9 9
POL 361Race, Sex, and the Constitution   5  
POL 363Campaigns and Elections   2  
POL 364Congress and the Presidency 2   2
POL 365Constitutional Law: The American System 1   1
POL 366Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties   1  
POL 367Urban Politics 5   5
POL 368Environmental Politics 9 9 9

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
PSY 161General Psychology 1,2,3,5,6,7,8 1,2,3,5,6,8 1,2,3,4,5,6,8
PSY 272Cognitive Psychology 2,6 6 2,8
PSY 273Learning and Behavior   4 1
PSY 274Social Psychology 9 1 9
PSY 276Multicultural Psychology   7  
PSY 277Child Psychology 1,4,5 2,5,9 1,3,9
PSY 278Adolescence 8 8 6
PSY 279Personality Theories 4 2,9 5,7
PSY 355Topics: Psychology and the Law   3  
PSY 356Advanced Topics: How We Know 4    
PSY 358Advanced Topics: Women and Mental Health 6    
PSY 370Memory 7 7 2
PSY 374Psychology of Women   9  
PSY 375Drugs and Behavior 6 6 6
PSY 376Biopsychology 3 3 3
PSY 379Intimate Relationships 5   4
PSY 381Abnormal Psychology 1 1,5 1
PSY 382Counseling and Psychotherapy 9 4 9
PSY 386Adult Development 9   7
PSY 394Research Methods 2,7,8 2,7,8 2,7,8
PSY 483Senior Seminar 3,4,5 3,4,5 3,4,5

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Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
REL 101Introduction to Religion 1,4,9 2,5,6 1,4
REL 202Religions of the World 6,8 3,8 3,6
REL 204The American Dream 1    
REL 211Hebrew Bible I: Israel and Torah   1  
REL 212Hebrew Bible II: Poets and Prophets     2
REL 251Jesus in the Gospels 5   5
REL 252The Epistles of Paul   4  
REL 253Apocalypse     8
REL 321Judaism 3   7
REL 331Mysticism: East and West 7   9
REL 332The Problem of Evil   3  
REL 333The Question of Faith   7  
REL 334The Idea of God     4
REL 345Buddhism   5  
REL 352Religious Sects in America     2
REL 355Religions of Ancient Mexico   9  
REL 361Medical Ethics 6   6
REL 365Religion in Literature 9   9
REL 366Topics: Theology/Passion 2    
REL 367Topics: Neo-Darwinism, Sociobiology, and Religion 8    
REL 373Post-Holocaust Religious Thought   4  

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
RUS 101Beginning Russian I 3 6 6
RUS 102Beginning Russian II 6 8 8
RUS 103Beginning Russian III 9   1
RUS 205Intermediate Russian   1 3
RUS 281Introduction to Russian Culture and Civilization   2  
RUS 301Composition and Conversation   5  
RUS 303Readings from Contemporary Life 4   5
RUS 311Introduction to 19th Century Russian Literature     9
RUS 312Introduction to 20th Century Russian Literature   7  
RUS 315Topics Russian Literature: Chekhov 7    
RUS 341Russian Literature in Translation, 1800-1880 2    
RUS 351Russian Literature in Translation, 1880-1932   3  
RUS 355Russian Literature in Translation, 1932-Present     2

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
SOC 101Sociological Perspectives 1,3,4,7,8,9 1,3,4,5,7,8 1,2,3,4,6,7,8
SOC 248Contemporary Native Americans 3 4  
SOC 255Media and the Public Mind   2 4
SOC 257Topics: Inequality: Class, Gender, and Race   3  
SOC 273Families in Social Context 2 1 1
SOC 313Urban Community 7 8 8
SOC 334Individual and Society   7  
SOC 337Work in a Changing World   4  
SOC 343Women and Society   2  
SOC 348Race and Ethnic Relations 6 6 6
SOC 356Advanced Topics in Sociology     2
SOC 358Advanced Topics in Sociology 6   7
SOC 361Crime and Deviance 5   4
SOC 362Criminal Justice   9  
SOC 363Juvenile Justice and Delinquency 8   9
SOC 376Civil Rights and Western Racism 2   2
SOC 387Research Design and Data Analysis 5 6 5
SOC 398Sociological Theory 1 1 1

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
SPA 101Beginning Spanish I 3,5 3,5 3,5
SPA 102Beginning Spanish II 3,4,6,7 3,4,6,7 3,4,6,7
SPA 103Beginning Spanish III 1,2,5,7,8 1,5,7,8 1,5,7,8
SPA 205Intermediate Spanish 2,3,6,8,9 2,3,6,8,9 2,3,6,8,9
SPA 206Intermediate Spanish in Mexico 7   7
SPA 301Composition & Conversation 3 3 3
SPA 302Advanced Conversation in Mexico 7   7
SPA 305Advanced Spanish Grammar   9  
SPA 311Introduction to Textual Analysis   4 6
SPA 321Golden Age: Romancero & the Comedia 9    
SPA 322Golden Age: Don Quijote   2  
SPA 35120th Century Peninsular Novel & Poetry     2
SPA 352Modern Hispanic Theatre 2    
SPA 355Latin American Short Story & Novel     8
SPA 356Latin American Poetry   6  
SPA 362Text and Theory 8    
SPA 381Peninsular Culture and Civilization   7  
SPA 385Latin American Culture and Civilization 4   9
SPA 411Seminar 1 1 1

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
THE 103Introduction to the Theatre 1 5 1
THE 107Scenery Construction & Stage Lighting 6 2 2
THE 108Costume Construction   1  
THE 115Acting I 2,3,7,8 2,4,7,9 2,4,6,7
THE 215Acting II   6  
THE 260Topics in Theatre Production 9   8
THE 261Topics in Theatre Production: Makeup 5    
THE 262Topics: Make-Up   6  
THE 26XTopics     4
THE 302Design for the Stage   8 6
THE 311Directing I 1 3 1
THE 315Voice and Movement 5   5
THE 361Western Theatre to 1576     5
THE 363Western Theatre: Buchner to World War I   4  
THE 364Western Theatre: 1917 to the Present 4   3
THE 376Topics in Theatre History and Drama     9

Course Number

Course Title
Terms Offered
1999 - 2000
Terms Offered
2000 - 2001
Terms Offered
2001 - 2002
WST 171Theory and Methodology of Women's Studies 3 3,7 3,7
WST 262Topics in Women's Studies     4
WST 266Topics: Women Writers on the Holocaust   5  
WST 271Feminist Theories 3 2 6
WST 275Topics: Women of the American Theatre 2    
WST 372Advanced Topics in Women's Studies   8  
WST 374Advanced Topics in Women's Studies     2
WST 378Advanced Topics in Women's Studies 5    
WST 411Seminar in Women's Studies 6   5

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