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Courses offered Multiple Terms (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 Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010
*ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology 8(),1(),4(),5()
*ART 103 Drawing I 34,7
*ART 151 Art and Culture 1(),2()
ART 207 Photography 9,2
*ART 242 Painting 1,5
ART 487 Senior Thesis 7,8
*BIO 103 Investigations 3(),5,6
*BIO 108 Topic: Sex Lives and the Diversity of Life: an Evolutionary Approach 8,4,6
*BIO 141 Foundations: Cellular Biology 9,1,3,7
*BIO 142 Foundations: Organismal Biology 8,2,4,6
BIO 205 Cell and Molecular Biology 8,3
BIO 485 Biological Problems 8(),1(),4()
BMB 485 Problems 1(),4(),8()
*CHE 121 Chemical Principles I 2,3,8,6
CHE 122 Chemical Principles II 4,8,9
CHE 225 Organic Chemistry I Lecture 1,2,5
CHE 326 Organic Chemistry II Lecture 3,6
CHE 334 Biochemistry 4,7
*CLA 216 Classical Mythology 2,3
*COM 121 Speech Communication 1,3
*CSC 140 Foundations of Computer Science 2,5
*CSC 151 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science 1,4
*ECB 101 Macroeconomics 1(),3,9,5
*ECB 102 Microeconomics 1,8,5,6
*ECB 151 Financial Accounting 2,3,9
ECB 301 Intermediate Microeconomics 2(),5()
ECB 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics 1(),6()
*EDU 205 Foundations of Education 7,3,4,5
*EDU 215 Educational Psychology 8,6
EDU 230 Exceptional Learner 2,8
*EDU 240 Human Relations 1(),2,8,5
EDU 328 Reading in the Content Area 8,5
EDU 410 Student Teaching I - Secondary 1,3
EDU 420 Student Teaching II - Secondary 2,4
EDU 430 Student Teaching III - Secondary 3,5
EDU 440 Student Teaching IV - Secondary 4,6
*ENG 111 Topic: Bob Dylan and the Language of Protest 3(),8()
*ENG 111 Topic: Nineteenth Century European Drama 4(),5()
*ENG 111 Topic: Responses to War 7(),5()
ENG 211 English Survey I 3(),5()
ENG 215 Introduction to Creative Writing 2(),4()
FRE 102 Beginning French II 6,3
FRE 103 Beginning French III 8,1
FRE 205 Intermediate French 2,9
*GEO 111 Physical Geology 1,2,5
*HIS 102 Europe: 1300-1700 2(),7()
*HIS 153 Origins of the American Nation 9(),2()
*HIS 154 Making of Modern America 4(),7()
*HIS 210 Warfare and Society in Modern Times 8,1
INT 201 Statistical Methods I 9(),6(),8(),1(),3(),4(),5(),7()
*KIN 111 Foundations of Physical Education 1(),7()
KIN 207 Systems Physiology 6(),1()
*KIN 215 Psychology of Sport 2,7
KIN 237 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 8,4
*MAT 110 On the Shoulders of Giants: Great Mathematical Ideas 1,9
*MAT 119 Calculus of a Single Variable Part I 2,5
MAT 120 Calculus of a Single Variable Part II 3,6
*MAT 121 Calculus of a Single Variable 2(),4()
MAT 122 Calculus of Several Variables 5,7
*MUS 101 Fundamentals of Music 1,5
*PHI 111 Introduction to Philosophy 6,1(),7
*PHI 202 Ethics 3,2,8,9
*PHI 203 Logic and Critical Thinking 2,5
*PHI 225 Utopia 6,4
PHY 111 General Physics I 6,5
PHY 114 Laboratory Physics 9,2,8
*PHY 221 Astronomy 9,1()
*POL 111 Politics 7,4
*POL 222 Foundations of the First Amendment 3,5
*POL 242 International Politics 1(),4
*POL 262 American Politics 3,5
*POL 282 Public Policy 8,1
*PSY 161 Fundamentals of Psychological Science 8,9,1(),2,7,3,4,6
PSY 274 Social Psychology 1,9
PSY 277 Child Development 8,3
*PSY 278 Adolescence 9,6
PSY 279 Personality Theories 1,8
PSY 381 Abnormal Psychology 2,5
PSY 394 Research Methods 7(),3()
PSY 483 Senior Seminar 4(),5()
*REL 101 Introduction to Religion 9,2
*REL 222 Religions of the World 8,1()
*SOC 101 Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction 8(),6(),3(),4(),9()
*SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I 1,5
SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II 6,7,2,3
SPA 103 Beginning Spanish III 8,6,1,4
SPA 205 Intermediate Spanish 7,1,2,9,5,9
*THE 107 Stagecraft 7,1,5
*THE 115 Basic Acting 8,6,2
*WST 171 Introduction to Women's Studies 3,4


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