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Courses by Term (2009 - 2010)

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Course Schedules further into the future are subject to significant change. This multiple year comparison can't predict the future.

Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM

Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ANT 101 Cultural Anthropology 1 4 5 8 1 4 6 8
ANT 110 Archaeology 9
ANT 206 West Indian People and Culture 5
ANT 210 Religion, Magic, and Witchcraft 3
ANT 222 Applied Anthropology 6
ANT 271 Women's Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspective 3
ANT 2XX Topic 2 9
ANT 308 Ritual, Symbol, and Behavior 7
ANT 311 Introduction to Archaeological Field Methods 9
ANT 312 Medical Anthropology 7
ANT 320 Qualitative Research Methods and Fieldwork 2
ANT 322 The History of Ethnological Theory 1
ANT 3XX Advanced Topic 5
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ARA 101 Beginning Modern Standard Arabic I 6
ARA 102 Beginning Modern Standard Arabic II 7
ARA 103 Beginning Modern Standard Arabic III 5
ARA 205 Intermediate Modern Standard Arabic 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ART 103 Drawing I 34 67 7 12 67 9
ART 104 Studio Art Basics 2 3 9 3 4 6 9
ART 105 Cultural Expressions in Ceramics 1
ART 151 Art and Culture 1 2 1
ART 202 Ceramics I 34 67 12 67
ART 207 Photography 2 9 1 9
ART 235 Weaving 4
ART 237 Surface Design 5 5 7
ART 238 Papermaking 7
ART 242 Painting 1 5 2 5
ART 251 Greek and Hellenistic Art 6
ART 256 Italian Renaissance Art: Art, Architecture, and Humanism 3
ART 257 Medusa's Gaze: Art in the Age of Galileo 4
ART 259 Art, Identity, and Revolution: Late Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Art 8
ART 260 Modern Art 4 9
ART 263 African Art 9 2
ART 264 African American Art 6
ART 265 Ritual Arts of the African Diaspora 3
ART 266 American Indian Art: Gender and the Marketplace 7
ART 279 Topics in Art History 1
ART 306 Intermedia 8
ART 307 Advanced Photography 7 7
ART 310 Collage and Assemblage 6
ART 311 Sculpture 9
ART 312 Sculpture-Casting 9
ART 335 Advanced Textiles 9
ART 343 Observational Painting 8
ART 344 Abstract Painting 8
ART 345 Non-Objective Painting 1
ART 361 Saints and She-Devils 5
ART 362 Art Since 1960 7
ART 363 Feminist Art 8
ART 371 Art Methods 5 5
ART 376 Advanced Topics in Art History 5
ART 483 Art Seminar 3 3
ART 487 Senior Thesis 7 8 8 9
ART 4XX Methodology 3
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
BIO 103 Investigations 3 5 6 5 9
BIO 106 Biology for the Schools 7
BIO 108 Topics 4 6 7 8 3
BIO 141 Foundations: Cellular Biology 1 3 7 9 1 3 8 9
BIO 142 Foundations: Organismal Biology 2 4 6 8 2 4 5 7
BIO 205 Cell and Molecular Biology 3 8 4 8
BIO 209 Plant Morphology 1 1
BIO 211 Evolution 5 3
BIO 230 Conservation Biology 9 6
BIO 254 Ornithology 9
BIO 282 Topics in Biology 2
BIO 308 Invertebrate Zoology 1
BIO 312 Vertebrate Zoology 9
BIO 313 Developmental Biology 1
BIO 315 Genetics 2 2 5
BIO 321 Ecology 2 1 2
BIO 326 Microbiology 1
BIO 327 Immunology 5
BIO 328 Neurobiology 7
BIO 329 Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4
BIO 330 Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4
BIO 332 Plant Systematics 9
BIO 334 Animal Behavior 8 8
BIO 337 Entomology 1
BIO 382 Advanced Topics in Biology 9
BIO 383 Advanced Topics in Biology 3
BIO 485 Biological Problems 1 4 6 8 2 5 6 8 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
BMB 485 Problems 1 4 6 8 2 5 6 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
CHE 108 Topics in Chemistry 5
CHE 111 Chemistry in the Natural World 2 2
CHE 121 Chemical Principles I 2 3 6 8 2 3 6 8
CHE 122 Chemical Principles II 4 8 9 4 8 9
CHE 161 Accelerated General Chemistry 3 3
CHE 202 Analytical Chemistry 5 1 5
CHE 225 Organic Chemistry I Lecture 1 2 5 1 2 5
CHE 323 Physical Chemistry I 1
CHE 324 Physical Chemistry II 4 4
CHE 326 Organic Chemistry II Lecture 3 6 3 6
CHE 327 Organic Chemistry Laboratory 7 7
CHE 328 Advanced Organic Chemistry 9 9
CHE 333 Advanced Analytical Chemistry 7
CHE 334 Biochemistry 4 7 3 7
CHE 335 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry 7
CHE 339 Advanced Physical Chemistry 7
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
CLA 216 Classical Mythology 2 3 2
CLA 264 Women in Antiquity 9
CLA 275 Topic: Gods, Goddesses, and Cults of the Roman World 9
CLA 276 Topic: Egypt after the Pyramids: Roman and Late Antique Egypt 6
CLA 277 Topics 9
CLA 278 Topic: Big Screen Rome 7
CLA 364 Masterpieces of Greek and Roman Theatre 1
CLA 373 Love and Sexuality in Greece and Rome 3
CLA 376 Advanced Topics 8
CLA 381 Greek Archaeology 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
COM 121 Speech Communication 1 3 2 5 7
COM 228 Leadership 8
COM 251 Organizational Communication 2
COM 277 Topics in Communications 3 6
COM 323 Media, Politics, People 4
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
CSC 131 Computing Practice and Perspectives 1 1
CSC 140 Foundations of Computer Science 2 5 2 5
CSC 144 Software Architecture 6 6
CSC 151 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science 1 4 1 4
CSC 213 Algorithms and Data Structures 7 8
CSC 218 Computer Organization 3 3
CSC 257 Topics in Computer Science 9
CSC 25X Topic 2 9
CSC 302 Electronics (same as PHY 302) 6
CSC 311 Systems Software 4
CSC 314 Data Management Systems 9
CSC 315 Programming Language Concepts 8
CSC 317 Computer Networks 9 7
CSC 321 Computer Graphics 8
CSC 35X Advanced Topic 4 6
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ECB 101 Macroeconomics 1 3 5 9 1 3 6 7
ECB 102 Microeconomics 1 5 6 8 1 4 5 9
ECB 151 Financial Accounting 2 3 9 2 4 7 8
ECB 223 International Economics 2 2
ECB 225 Money and Banking 4 9
ECB 243 Investments 8 9
ECB 253 Managerial Accounting 5
ECB 254 Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in U.S. Economic History 1
ECB 257 Labor Market Issues 8
ECB 258 Economics of Sports 8
ECB 266 Topics in Economics and Business 9
ECB 271 Topics in Economics and Business 7
ECB 272 Topics in Economics and Business 3
ECB 273 Topics in Economics and Business 5
ECB 274 Topics in Economics and Business 3
ECB 2XX Topic in Microeconomics 1 5 6 9
ECB 301 Intermediate Microeconomics 2 5 2 6
ECB 302 Intermediate Macroeconomics 1 6 1 5
ECB 311 Industrial Organization Seminar 5
ECB 321 Macroeconomics Seminar 7 7
ECB 323 International Economics Seminar 4 4
ECB 337 Economics of Recessions and Depressions 4
ECB 340 Econometrics 9
ECB 341 Mathematical Economics 4
ECB 352 Financial Management Seminar 6 6
ECB 354 Managerial Economics 7
ECB 356 Economics of Organizations Seminar 4
ECB 3XX Advanced Topic in Microeconomics 3
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
EDU 205 Foundations of Education 3 4 5 7 2 4 5 8
EDU 215 Educational Psychology 6 8 4 6 8
EDU 230 Exceptional Learner 2 8 2 8
EDU 240 Human Relations 1 2 5 8 1 3 5 7
EDU 314 Elementary Mathematics 2 2
EDU 317 Elementary Science and Social Studies 3 3
EDU 318 Elementary Language Arts and Reading 6 6
EDU 319 Children's Literature 7 7
EDU 322 Secondary Arts, Languages and Adolescent Literature 3 3
EDU 324 Secondary Mathematics, Science and Social Studies 3 3
EDU 328 Reading in the Content Area 5 8 6 8
EDU 410 Student Teaching I 1 3 5 1 5
EDU 420 Student Teaching II 2 4 6 2 6
EDU 430 Student Teaching III 3 5 7 3 7
EDU 440 Student Teaching IV 4 6 8 4 8
EDU 450 Music Student Teaching I 1 1
EDU 460 Music Student Teaching II 2 2
EDU 470 Music Student Teaching III 3 3
EDU 471 Music Student Teaching IV 4 4
EDU 483 Senior Seminar 5 5 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ENG 111 Topics in Literature, Film, and Cultural Studies 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
ENG 210 American Survey 9 2 9
ENG 211 English Survey I 3 5 7
ENG 212 English Survey II 6 3
ENG 215 Introduction to Creative Writing 2 4 1 6
ENG 240 Theatre, Architecture, and the Arts in England 7
ENG 311 Grammar and the Politics of English 7
ENG 317 Advanced Poetry Writing 5
ENG 318 Advanced Fiction Writing 8
ENG 321 Studies in Medieval Literature: Dante 8
ENG 323 Shakespeare I: Comedies and Romances 2
ENG 325 Renaissance Non-Dramatic Literature 8
ENG 326 Milton 6
ENG 327 Shakespeare after Shakespeare: Performance and Cultural Criticism 2
ENG 329 Eighteenth Century Fiction 4
ENG 331 English Literature: The Romantics 9
ENG 333 Victorian English Literature 9
ENG 334 Nineteenth Century English Novel 7
ENG 335 Virginia Woolf 6
ENG 336 Early Twentieth Century Literature 7
ENG 343 The American Renaissance 5
ENG 345 Late Nineteenth Century American Literature 8
ENG 347 Modern American Literature 1
ENG 350 American Nature Writers 1
ENG 361 Modern Poetry 6
ENG 363 Contemporary Fiction 9
ENG 367 Multicultural Literature 1
ENG 370 AIDS Literature, Film, and Social Theory 3
ENG 371 Critical Theory 5
ENG 372 Film and Film Criticism 4 4
ENG 373 Advanced Topic: Nineteenth Century Drama 4
ENG 374 Topics in Literature 9 3
ENG 381 Advanced Topic in Creative Writing (in southern Africa) 3
ENG 382 Advanced Topic: Distinguished Visiting Fiction Writer Seminar: The Protagonist Must Protag: The Intersection of Plot and Character in Children's Literature 3
ENG 383 Advanced Topic: Distinguished Visiting Creative Non-Fiction Writer Seminar: Reading and Writing the Rural 9
ENG 411 Senior Seminar 1 1 7
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
ENV 101 Environmental Perspectives 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
EST 123 Introduction to Ethnic Studies 2 6
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
FRE 101 Beginning French I 2 1
FRE 102 Beginning French II 3 6 3 4
FRE 103 Beginning French III 1 8 1 7
FRE 205 Intermediate French 2 9 2 9
FRE 301 Composition and Conversation 4 3
FRE 303 Cultures of France and the Francophone World 6
FRE 311 Introduction to Literary Analysis in French 6 5
FRE 315 Medieval French Literature 8
FRE 351 Contemporary Literature I: Writing as Political Action 7
FRE 352 Contemporary Literature II: Writing as Psychological Analysis 4
FRE 365 Advanced Topic: Francophone Film, Literature and Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Caribbean 9
FRE 411 Seminar 5
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
GEO 101 Earth Science 9
GEO 105 Marine Science 5 5
GEO 111 Physical Geology 1 2 5 2 3 7
GEO 112 Historical Geology 4 4
GEO 114 Investigations in Geology 3 1
GEO 212 Mineralogy 5 5
GEO 214 Tectonics 3 3
GEO 217 Invertebrate Paleontology 1 1
GEO 222 Climate Change 9 6
GEO 223 Geology of the National Parks 9 9
GEO 255 Modern and Ancient Carbonate Systems of the Bahamas (in the Bahamas) 6 6
GEO 317 Paleoecology 8
GEO 319 Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology 7
GEO 320 Geomorphology 9
GEO 324 Sedimentology and Stratigraphy 2
GEO 325 The Origin of Mountains 8
GEO 329 Geology of a Region 6
GEO 331 Environmental Geology 8
GEO 485 Geological Problems 8 2 4
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
GER 101 Beginning German I 5 5
GER 102 Beginning German II 7 7
GER 103 Beginning German III 9 9
GER 205 Intermediate German 2 2
GER 301 Composition and Conversation I 4 4
GER 302 Composition and Conversation II 6
GER 311 Introduction to Literature 6
GER 333 Goethe 8
GER 351 Modernism 8
GER 381 Die Grunderjahre 1
GER 385 Die Trummerjahre 1
GER 485 Senior Tutorial 4
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
GRE 101 Beginning Classical Greek I 3
GRE 102 Beginning Classical Greek II 6
GRE 205 Introduction to Classical Greek Literature 8
GRE 334 Ancient Greek Politics, Society, and Culture 1
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
HIS 101 Europe: 800-1300 4 4
HIS 102 Europe: 1300-1700 2 7 1 5
HIS 104 Modern Europe and Its Critics 3 2 8
HIS 116 Introductory Seminars in History 9
HIS 119 Introductory Seminars in History 1
HIS 153 Origins of the American Nation 2 9 2 9
HIS 154 Making of Modern America 4 7 4 7
HIS 210 Warfare and Society in Modern Times 1 8 3
HIS 240 Public Memory and Public History 3
HIS 255 American Lives 3 7
HIS 257 Topics in History 6
HIS 304 Europe: the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries 5 9
HIS 315 Diplomatic History of the Contemporary West 4 4
HIS 316 Enlightenment and the French Revolution 2 1
HIS 321 Muscovite and Imperial Russia 6
HIS 322 Revolutionary and Soviet Russia 6
HIS 332 Topics in European History 1
HIS 335 Topics in European History 9
HIS 33X Topics in Medieval History 2 7
HIS 349 Topics in Latin American History 5
HIS 350 Colonial America 7
HIS 351 The Age of Revolution in America 6
HIS 352 The United States in the Middle Period 6
HIS 353 Civil War and Reconstruction 4 4
HIS 354 United States Social History Since 1940 1 1
HIS 356 African-Americans in U.S. History 1
HIS 358 Work and Leisure in Modern America 8
HIS 369 Chicago: The Transformation of America's Second City, 1880-1940 (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
INT 201 Statistical Methods I 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 3 4 5 6 7 9
INT 202 Statistical Methods II 2 2
INT 240 Contemporary Chicago: The Interplay of Economics, Community, and Politics in Urban Development (in Chicago) 3
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
JPN 101 Beginning Japanese I 8
JPN 102 Beginning Japanese II 9
JPN 103 Beginning Japanese III 1
JPN 205 Intermediate Japanese 2
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
KIN 101 Lifetime Physical Fitness and Activities 2 4 2 5 9
KIN 111 Foundations of Physical Education 1 7 1 7
KIN 205 Coaching Endorsement or Authorization 5 7
KIN 206 Exercise Psychology 4 3 5
KIN 207 Systems Physiology 1 6 1 6
KIN 212 Sports and American Society 3 4
KIN 215 Psychology of Sport 2 7 2
KIN 220 Ancient Greek Athletics 5
KIN 237 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries 4 8 4 8
KIN 242 Methods of Coaching Basketball 9
KIN 243 Methods of Coaching Football 9
KIN 245 Methods of Coaching Track 4
KIN 248 Methods of Coaching Wrestling 9
KIN 250 Methods of Coaching Softball 4
KIN 256 Topics in Kinesiology 4
KIN 309 Anatomical Kinesiology 2 3
KIN 310 Nutrition for Health and Performance 7
KIN 311 Methods for Individual Sports and Lifetime Activities 8
KIN 315 Physiology of Exercise 7 4
KIN 318 Methods for Team and Dual Sports 8
KIN 324 Elementary Physical Education Methods 5
KIN 331 Physical Education Methods for Secondary Schools 4
KIN 334 Motor Learning 6 6
KIN 352 Sport Marketing, Finance, and Sport Law 2
KIN 362 Exercise Testing and Prescription 9 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
LAL 308 Language Teaching Methodology (same as EDU 308) 2
LAL 352 Linguistics 5
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
LAS 141 Introduction to Latin American Studies 3 1
LAS 349 Topics in Latin American History 5
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
LAT 101 Beginning Latin I 3 4
LAT 102 Beginning Latin II 6
LAT 205 Introduction to Latin Literature 5 8
LAT 312 Age of Cicero 5
LAT 368 Roman Historians 4
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
MAT 110 On the Shoulders of Giants: Great Mathematical Ideas 1 9 1 8
MAT 119 Calculus of a Single Variable Part I 2 5 2 5
MAT 120 Calculus of a Single Variable Part II 3 6 3 6
MAT 121 Calculus of a Single Variable 2 4 2 4
MAT 122 Calculus of Several Variables 5 7 5 7
MAT 221 Linear Algebra 1 1
MAT 231 Fundamentals of Geometries 4
MAT 234 Complex Variables 4
MAT 236 Differential Equations 8 8
MAT 301 Introduction to Proof: Number Theory 3 3
MAT 317 Mathematical Modeling 9
MAT 327 Modern Algebra I 5
MAT 328 Modern Algebra II 6
MAT 337 Analysis I 5
MAT 338 Analysis II 6
MAT 347 Mathematical Statistics I 7
MAT 348 Mathematical Statistics II 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
MUS 101 Fundamentals of Music 1 5 1 5
MUS 110 Music Theory I 2 2
MUS 210 Music Theory II 4 4
MUS 215 Jazz Improvisation 5
MUS 217 Opera 6
MUS 218 Rock Music: Historical and Cultural Perspectives 8
MUS 263 Women and Music 9
MUS 272 Topics in Music 5
MUS 301 Elementary School Music 8 8
MUS 302 Song Literature 6
MUS 306 Conducting I 6 6
MUS 308 Vocal Pedagogy 2
MUS 310 Music Theory III 6 6
MUS 321 History of Western Music I: Medieval and Renaissance 7 7
MUS 322 History of Western Music II: Baroque and Classical 1 1
MUS 323 History of Western Music III: Romantic to the Present 4 4
MUS 331 Music Education Seminar 3 3
MUS 343 Music Theory IV 1 1
MUS 346 Music Theory V 3 3
MUS 352 2he Ring Cycle of Wagner 6
MUS 353 Wagner and Wagnerism (at the Newberry Library, Chicago) 9
MUS 431 Methods and Materials for Music Education 7 7
MUS 728 Cornell Lyric Theatre 5 5
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
PHI 111 Introduction to Philosophy 1 6 7 1 2 6 7 8
PHI 202 Ethics 2 3 8 9 1 5 9
PHI 203 Logic and Critical Thinking 2 5 3 8
PHI 224 Environmental Ethics (Wilderness Field Station, MN) 1
PHI 225 Utopia 4 6 4
PHI 261 Topic: Applied Ethics 5 2
PHI 301 Asian Philosophy 4
PHI 302 Ancient Philosophy 4
PHI 304 Modern Philosophy: Seventeenth Century 7
PHI 305 Modern Philosophy: Eighteenth Century 6
PHI 307 Marx and Marxism 9
PHI 308 Twentieth Century Philosophy 9
PHI 309 Existentialism 3
PHI 352 Philosophy of Feminism 2
PHI 353 Philosophy of Law 1
PHI 355 Philosophy of Religion 5
PHI 356 Philosophy of Science 3
PHI 357 Philosophy in Literature 1
PHI 358 Philosophy of Mind 5
PHI 360 Evolution and Philosophy 2
PHI 364 Advanced Topics in Philosophy 8
PHI 365 Advanced Topics in Philosophy 7
PHI 366 Advanced Topics in Philosophy 4
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
PHY 101 Introductory Physics I 3 3
PHY 102 Introductory Physics II 6 6
PHY 111 General Physics I 5 6 5 6
PHY 112 General Physics II 8 8
PHY 114 Laboratory Physics 2 8 9 2 8 9
PHY 125 Science through Film and Fiction 7
PHY 221 Astronomy 1 9 1 9
PHY 223 Acoustics, Music, and Audio Systems 4
PHY 23X Astrophysics 9
PHY 302 Electronics (same as CSC 302) 6 5
PHY 303 Modern Physics 4 3
PHY 305 Waves 8
PHY 312 Advanced Experimental Physics 5 2
PHY 321 Mechanics 3
PHY 322 Electricity and Magnetism 5
PHY 334 Introduction to Quantum Mechanics 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
POL 111 Politics 4 7 3 5
POL 222 Foundations of the First Amendment 3 5 5
POL 225 Ethics and Public Policy 6 7
POL 242 International Politics 1 4 1 6
POL 243 Comparative Politics 3 2 4
POL 250 Principles of Advocacy 2
POL 262 American Politics 3 5 6 8
POL 282 Public Policy 1 8 1 7
POL 325 Anglo-American Constitutional Thought 6
POL 330 Women and Politics: A Cross-National Perspective 9
POL 331 Gender and Development 9
POL 332 Human Rights 3
POL 337 Seminar in International Relations and Comparative Government 6
POL 341 Latin American Politics 6
POL 346 Political Economy of Developing Countries 8
POL 348 U.S. Foreign Policy 8 8
POL 349 International Political Economy 7 7
POL 352 Advanced Topics in Politics 3 5
POL 35X Advanced Topics in Public Policy 3 9
POL 361 Race, Sex, and the Constitution 9
POL 363 Campaigns and Elections 2
POL 364 Congress and the Presidency 7
POL 365 Constitutional Law: The American System 2
POL 366 Constitutional Law: Rights and Liberties 4
POL 367 Urban Politics and Policy 9
POL 368 Environmental Politics and Policy 4
POL 371 Wilderness Politics and Policy (Wilderness Field Station, Minnesota) 1
POL 372 Current Cases before the Supreme Court 4 4
POL 382 Methods of Public Policy Analysis 6 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
PSY 161 Fundamentals of Psychological Science 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 1 2 4 5 7 8
PSY 257 Topics in Psychology 4
PSY 261 Topic: Culture, Gender, and Public Policy in Japan (in Japan) 7
PSY 272 Cognitive Psychology 3 6
PSY 273 Learning and Behavior 1
PSY 274 Social Psychology 1 9 1 9
PSY 276 Multicultural Psychology 7
PSY 277 Child Development 3 8 3 8
PSY 278 Adolescence 6 9 6 9
PSY 279 Personality Theories 1 8 8
PSY 281 Biopsychology 2 8
PSY 354 Advanced Topics in Psychology 7
PSY 356 Advanced Topics in Psychology 3
PSY 370 Memory 5 2
PSY 372 Cognition, Evolution, and Learning 6 4
PSY 374 Psychology of Women and Gender 5 5
PSY 377 Abnormal Child/Adolescent Psychology 5
PSY 379 Intimate Relationships 6 6
PSY 381 Abnormal Psychology 2 5 2
PSY 382 Counseling and Psychotherapy 8 4
PSY 383 Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 1 1
PSY 386 Adult Development and Aging 5
PSY 394 Research Methods 3 7 3 5 7
PSY 395 Human Services Practicum and Seminar 6 6
PSY 483 Senior Seminar 4 5 2 4 5
PSY 485 Research in Psychology 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
REL 101 Introduction to Religion 2 9 1 9
REL 222 Religions of the World 1 8 4 8
REL 243 Origins of Israel 4
REL 244 Issues in Hebrew Bible: Religions of the Ancient Near East 2
REL 251 Jesus in the Gospels 2
REL 252 The Epistles of Paul 5
REL 267 Topic: Hindu Goddesses, Ancient and Modern 7
REL 324 The Hindu Vision 1
REL 325 The Buddhist Way 6
REL 327 Religions of China and Japan (in Japan) 6
REL 342 Judaism 8
REL 343 Issues in Contemporary Judaism: Modern Jewish Philosophy 5
REL 353 Christian Foundations 4
REL 354 The Protestant Revolution 7
REL 367 Advanced Topics in Religion 1
REL 368 Advanced Topics in Religion 3
REL 369 Advanced Topics in Religion 6
REL 377 Religion and Literature 2
REL 382 Issues in Religious Method: Religions of Laos (in Laos) 5
REL 388 Seminar in Perspectives on Religion 8
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
RUS 101 Beginning Russian I 6 6
RUS 102 Beginning Russian II 8 8
RUS 103 Beginning Russian III 1 1
RUS 205 Intermediate Russian 3 3
RUS 281 Introduction to Russian Culture and Civilization 2
RUS 301 Composition and Conversation 5
RUS 303 Language in Context 5
RUS 316 Topics in Russian Literature 2
RUS 341 Russian Literature in Translation, 1800-1880 9
RUS 355 Russian Literature and Film, 1932-Present 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
SOC 101 Sociological Perspectives: Structure, Diversity, and Interaction 1 3 4 6 8 9 1 2 4 5 7 9
SOC 248 Contemporary Native Americans 3
SOC 255 Media and the Public Mind 1 1
SOC 256 Topics in Sociology 7
SOC 273 Families in Social Context 8
SOC 315 Wealth, Power, and Inequality 7 4
SOC 343 Women: Oppressions and Resistances 2
SOC 348 Race and Ethnic Relations 4 6
SOC 351 Advanced Topics in Sociology 4
SOC 353 Advanced Topics in Sociology 2
SOC 354 Advanced Topics in Sociology 6
SOC 360 Advanced Topics in Sociology 9
SOC 365 Sexualities 7
SOC 366 Gender and Social Institutions 9
SOC 367 Self and Identity 3
SOC 370 Religion, Spirituality, and Community 2
SOC 376 Civil Rights and Western Racism 3
SOC 387 Research Design and Data Analysis 5 5
SOC 398 Sociological Theory 1 1
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I 1 5 1 5
SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II 2 3 6 7 2 3 6 7
SPA 103 Beginning Spanish III 1 4 6 8 1 4 6 8
SPA 205 Intermediate Spanish 1 2 5 7 9 1 2 5 7 9
SPA 301 Composition and Conversation 4 4
SPA 302 Advanced Conversation Abroad 2
SPA 305 Advanced Spanish Grammar 9
SPA 311 Introduction to Textual Analysis 5 5
SPA 322 Golden Age: Don Quijote 2
SPA 351 Twentieth Century Peninsular Novel and Poetry 2
SPA 355 Latin American Short Story and Novel 6
SPA 356 Latin American Poetry 7
SPA 383 Latinos in the U.S. 8
SPA 385 Latin American Culture and Civilization 1
SPA 411 Seminar 9 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
THE 107 Stagecraft 1 5 7 1 5
THE 108 Costume Construction 5 4
THE 115 Basic Acting 2 6 8 2 6 8
THE 160 Fundamentals of Theatre Design 7
THE 201 Play Analysis 6 5
THE 206 Sound Design 9
THE 215 Advanced Acting 7
THE 263 Topics in Theatre Production 9
THE 266 Drafting for the Theatre 4 3
THE 267 Stage Make-up 7
THE 268 Scene Painting 6
THE 281 Dance Workshop 4
THE 304 Lighting Design 4
THE 305 Costume Design 3
THE 310 Acting Studio 7 1
THE 311 Directing I 3 3
THE 315 Voice and Movement 1
THE 317 Topics in Theatre Performance 5
THE 321 Playwriting I 8
THE 322 Playwriting II 1
THE 344 History of Music Theatre 2
THE 346 Canon Shots: Classics of Dramatic Literature and their Contexts 9
THE 347 Contemporary Drama 8
THE 348 Theatre and the Arts in New York City 3
THE 373 Advanced Topics in Theatre History and Drama 2
THE 3XX Contemporary Drama 8 9
Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
WST 171 Introduction to Women's Studies 3 4 1 6
WST 259 Topic: What is Sexual Orientation? 8
WST 271 Feminist Theories 6 5
WST 305 Advanced Topic: Utopian Visions of Sex, Gender and Sexuality 2
WST 3XX Global Feminisms 7
WST 411 Seminar in Women's Studies 4
WST XXX Topic 4 8

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