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Term 1 Courses (2009 - 2010)

Term 1: August 31 - September 23, 2009

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 Monagan0 0
ANT 1-322 1 S The History of Ethnological Theory Siebert23 25
* ART 1-105 1 F Cultural Expressions in Ceramics Hanson13 13
* ART 1-151 1 HW Art and Culture Penn-Goetsch0 0
* ART 1-242 1 F Painting Plaut12 11
* ART 1-279 1 H Topic: The Ancient World Clunis0 0
* BIO 1-141 1 L Foundations: Cellular Biology Christie-Pope20 21
BIO 1-209 1 L Plant Morphology Condon9 25
BIO 1-326 1 L Microbiology Cardon13 25
BIO 1-337 1 L Entomology (Wilderness Field Station, MN) McCollum6 25
BIO 1-485 1 Biological Problems Nowak-Thompson1 5
BMB 1-485 1 Problems Nowak-Thompson2 5
CHE 1-225 1 Organic Chemistry I Lecture Ault14 25
CLA 1-364 1 H Masterpieces of Greek and Roman Theatre Gruber-Miller12 25
* COM 1-121 1 Speech Communication Wightman9 10
* CSC 1-131 1 W Computing Practice and Perspectives deLaubenfels0 0
* CSC 1-151 1 M Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science Staff11 12
* ECB 1-101 1 S Macroeconomics Farooqi0 0
* ECB 1-102 1 S Microeconomics Staff14 15
ECB 1-254 1 S Enterprise and Entrepreneurship in U.S. Economic History (in Chicago) Hejeebu9 14
ECB 1-302 1 S Intermediate Macroeconomics Knoop14 25
* EDU 1-240 1 S Human Relations Heinrich0 0
EDU 1-410-E 1 E Student Teaching I - Elementary Bostwick5 25
EDU 1-410-S 1 E Student Teaching I - Secondary Postler6 25
EDU 1-450 1 E Music Student Teaching I Acevedo-Hernandez1 25
* ENG 1-111 1 HW Topic: After Hamlet Stavreva0 0
ENG 1-350 1 H American Nature Writers Freeman, G.24 25
ENG 1-367 1 H Multicultural Literature Entel18 25
ENG 1-411 1 H Senior Seminar: A Critical History of the Novel Mouton13 15
FRE 1-103 1 O Beginning French III Crowder10 10
* GEO 1-111 1 L Physical Geology Denniston12 15
GEO 1-217 1 L Invertebrate Paleontology Greenstein8 12
GER 1-381 1 H Die Grunderjahre Connell4 25
* HIS 1-119 1 HW Introductory Seminar: Abraham Lincoln Lucas0 0
* HIS 1-210 1 H Warfare and Society in Modern Times Givens23 15
HIS 1-332 1 H Advanced Topic: Women in Medieval Europe Herder10 25
HIS 1-354 1 H United States Social History Since 1940 Stewart25 25
INT 1-201 1 M Statistical Methods I Cannon22 24
JPN 1-103 1 O Beginning Japanese III Ciochon22 20
* KIN 1-111 1 Foundations of Physical Education Whale0 0
KIN 1-207 1 L Systems Physiology Fagenbaum18 15
* MAT 1-110 1 M On the Shoulders of Giants: Great Mathematical Ideas Nelson19 25
MAT 1-221 1 Linear Algebra Bean32 25
* MUS 1-101 1 F Fundamentals of Music Stilwell9 8
MUS 1-322 1 H History of Western Music II: Baroque and Classical Martin10 25
MUS 1-343 1 Music Theory IV Chamberlain11 25
* PHI 1-111 1 H Introduction to Philosophy Migely0 0 #
PHI 1-224 1 H Environmental Ethics (Wilderness Field Station, MN) White/Black23 25
PHI 1-357 1 H Philosophy in Literature Gray14 25 #
* PHY 1-221 1 N Astronomy Beauchamp0 0
* POL 1-242 1 S International Politics Yamanishi0 0
* POL 1-282 1 S Public Policy Hemelt15 17
* PSY 1-161 1 S Fundamentals of Psychological Science Janssens-Rud0 0
PSY 1-274 1 S Social Psychology Dragon24 25
PSY 1-279 1 S Personality Theories Busha25 25
PSY 1-383 1 S Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine Green22 25
* REL 1-222 1 H Religions of the World Molleur0 0
REL 1-367 1 H Advanced Topic: Advanced Readings in Biblical Hebrew Sacks6 25
RUS 1-103 1 O Beginning Russian III Ikach6 20
* 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-Brus18 25
SOC 1-398 1 S Sociological Theory Olson9 25
* SPA 1-101 1 O Beginning Spanish I Lacy-Salazar21 20
SPA 1-103 1 O Beginning Spanish III Ochoa-Shivapour15 20
SPA 1-205 1 O Intermediate Spanish Farrington-Clute11 20
* THE 1-107 1 F Stagecraft Schneider18 10
THE 1-315 1 Voice and Movement VanValen15 16

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