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Social Science Courses (2009 - 2010)

This electronic version of the Course Schedule may experience some revision periodically. Please consult these pages prior to registering for classes.

Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

Dept Section CR Div Prereq Course Title Faculty Enr Cap Room
*ANT 1-101 1 S Cultural Anthropology Monagan 0 0
ANT 1-322 1 S The History of Ethnological Theory Siebert 23 25
*ECB 1-101 1 S Macroeconomics Farooqi 0 0
*ECB 1-102 1 S Microeconomics Staff 14 15
ECB 1-254 1 S Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in U.S. Economic History (in Chicago) Hejeebu 9 14
ECB 1-302 1 S Intermediate Macroeconomics Knoop 14 25
*EDU 1-240 1 S Human Relations Heinrich 0 0
*POL 1-242 1 S International Politics Yamanishi 0 0
*POL 1-282 1 S Public Policy Hemelt 15 17
*PSY 1-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Janssens-Rud 0 0
PSY 1-274 1 S Social Psychology Dragon 24 25
PSY 1-279 1 S Personality Theories Busha 25 25
PSY 1-383 1 S Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Green 22 25
*SOC 1-101 1 S Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction (linked with GEO 3-114) Davis, E. 0 0
SOC 1-255 1 S Media and the Public Mind Barnes-Brus 18 25
SOC 1-398 1 S Sociological Theory Olson 9 25
ECB 2-223 1 S International Economics Farooqi 14 25
ECB 2-301 1 S Intermediate Microeconomics Hejeebu 17 25
EDU 2-230 1 S Exceptional Learner Luck 13 20
*EDU 2-240 1 S Human Relations Heinrich 13 14
*KIN 2-215 1 S Psychology of Sport DeVries 21 15
POL 2-365 1 S Constitutional Law: The American System Allin 9 20
*PSY 2-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Ganzel 5 5
PSY 2-381 1 S Abnormal Psychology Enns 23 25
SOC 2-353 1 S Advanced Topic: Cultural Sociology Barnes-Brus 13 25
SOC 2-370 1 S Religion, Spirituality, and Community Olson 10 25
ANT 3-210 1 S Religion, Magic, and Witchcraft Monagan 26 25
*ECB 3-101 1 S Macroeconomics Knoop 12 12
*KIN 3-212 1 S Sports and American Society DeVries 25 18
*POL 3-222 1 S Foundations of the First Amendment Sutherland 16 16
*POL 3-243 1 S Comparative Politics Yamanishi 11 13
*POL 3-262 1 S American Politics Allin 19 21
*PSY 3-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Busha 6 5
PSY 3-272 1 S Cognitive Psychology Dragon 24 24
PSY 3-277 1 S Child Development Janssens-Rud 20 25
PSY 3-394 1 S Research Methods Ganzel 13 15
*SOC 3-101 1 S Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction Davis, E. 8 8
SOC 3-376 1 S Civil Rights and Western Racism Olson 18 25
*ANT 4-101 1 S Cultural Anthropology Siebert 15 15
ECB 4-225 1 S Money and Banking Knoop 17 25
ECB 4-323 1 S International Economics Seminar Farooqi 13 15
*KIN 4-206 1 S Exercise Psychology DeVries 24 18
*POL 4-111 1 S Politics Hemelt 4 5
*POL 4-242 1 S International Politics Yamanishi 20 25
POL 4-368 1 S Environmental Politics and Policy Allin 19 25
POL 4-372 1 S Current Cases before the Supreme Court Sutherland 20 25
*PSY 4-161-A 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Dragon 3 3
*PSY 4-161-B 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Green 2 2
PSY 4-257 1 S Topic: Cultural Competence: Melting Pots and Salad Bowls Busha 23 25
*SOC 4-101 1 S Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction Barnes-Brus 6 8
SOC 4-348 1 S Race and Ethnic Relations Olson 24 25
SOC 4-351 1 S Advanced Topic: Sociology of the Body Davis, E. 13 25
*ANT 5-101 1 S Cultural Anthropology Siebert 10 13
*ECB 5-101 1 S Macroeconomics Knoop 11 12
*ECB 5-102 1 S Microeconomics Hejeebu 5 5
ECB 5-301 1 S Intermediate Microeconomics Savitsky 6 25
*EDU 5-240 1 S Human Relations Peters 13 13
*POL 5-222 1 S Foundations of the First Amendment Sutherland 17 20
*POL 5-262 1 S American Politics Allin 13 14
PSY 5-370 1 S Memory Astley 19 25
PSY 5-374 1 S Psychology of Women and Gender Green 13 25
PSY 5-381 1 S Abnormal Psychology Enns 18 25
PSY 5-386 1 S Adult Development and Aging Janssens-Rud 12 25
SOC 5-387 1 S Research Design and Data Analysis Davis, E. 11 25
ANT 6-222 1 S Applied Anthropology (in the Bahamas) Monagan 10 25
*ECB 6-102 1 S Microeconomics Savitsky 3 4
ECB 6-302 1 S Intermediate Macroeconomics Farooqi 13 25
ECB 6-352 1 S Financial Management Seminar (in Chicago) Conrad 14 15
*EDU 6-215 1 S Educational Psychology Bostwick 15 15
*POL 6-225 1 S Ethics and Public Policy (in Texas) Sutherland 8 25
POL 6-341 1 S Latin American Politics Yamanishi 9 25
POL 6-382 1 S Methods of Public Policy Analysis Hemelt 6 25
*PSY 6-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Busha 5 5
*PSY 6-278 1 S Adolescence Ganzel 9 10
PSY 6-372 1 S Cognition, Evolution, and Learning Astley 6 25
PSY 6-379 1 S Intimate Relationships Dragon 22 25
*SOC 6-101 1 S Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction Olson 8 8
SOC 6-354 1 S Advanced Topic: Social Control and Deviance Barnes-Brus 19 25
ANT 7-308 1 S Ritual, Symbol, and Behavior Monagan 25 25
ECB 7-271 1 S Topic: Entrepreneurship Staff 17 25
ECB 7-321 1 S Macroeconomics Seminar Knoop 10 15
*KIN 7-215 1 S Psychology of Sport Meeker 17 15
*POL 7-111 1 S Politics Hemelt 3 3
POL 7-349 1 S International Political Economy Yamanishi 12 25
POL 7-364 1 S Congress and the Presidency Allin 13 25
*PSY 7-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Green 5 5
PSY 7-261 1 S Topic: Culture, Gender, and Public Policy in Japan (in Japan) Enns/Davis 15 25
PSY 7-354 1 S Advanced Topic: Adolescent Risk Behavior Busha 23 25
PSY 7-394 1 S Research Methods Dragon 15 15
SOC 7-315 1 S Wealth, Power, and Inequality Barnes-Brus 9 25
*ANT 8-101 1 S Cultural Anthropology Monagan 10 11
*ECB 8-102 1 S Microeconomics Hejeebu 5 6
ECB 8-243 1 S Investments Conrad 11 25
ECB 8-258 1 S Economics of Sports (in Dallas, TX) Savitsky 18 25
*EDU 8-215 1 S Educational Psychology Bostwick 8 9
EDU 8-230 1 S Exceptional Learner Luck 11 20
*EDU 8-240 1 S Human Relations Kauper 5 5
*POL 8-282 1 S Public Policy Hemelt 11 11
POL 8-346 1 S Political Economy of Developing Countries Thomas 14 25
POL 8-348 1 S U.S. Foreign Policy Yamanishi 21 25
*PSY 8-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Janssens-Rud 4 4
PSY 8-277 1 S Child Development Ganzel 24 25
PSY 8-279 1 S Personality Theories Enns 19 25
PSY 8-382 1 S Counseling and Psychotherapy Green 20 25
*SOC 8-101 1 S Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction Olson 6 6
ANT 9-110 1 S Archaeology Doershuk 25 25
*ECB 9-101 1 S Macroeconomics Farooqi 11 12
POL 9-330 1 S Women and Politics: A Cross-National Perspective Thomas 10 25
POL 9-367 1 S Urban Politics and Policy Allin 17 25
*PSY 9-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Busha 3 5
PSY 9-274 1 S Social Psychology Dragon 26 25
*PSY 9-278 1 S Adolescence Ganzel 22 20
*SOC 9-101 1 S Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction Barnes-Brus 8 9
SOC 9-366 1 S Gender and Social Institutions Davis, E. 22 25


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