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2 UCSB s GauchoNet Accessing GauchoNet and Gaucho On-Line Data (GOLD) GauchoNet: Provides students easy access to weblinks for: General Student Services Registration Services Financial Services Counseling Services Employment Services Arts and Activities Athletics Information Housing Services College Homepages Library Services To access GauchoNet, go to: gnet.ucsb.edu -the GOLD tab link is near the top, left of the webpage. Gaucho Online Data (GOLD): To access GOLD, go to the GauchoNet webpage at: gnet.ucsb.edu. -Click on the GOLD tab near the top, left of the GauchoNet webpage. -Click on the Login link (select the Continue button to be transferred to a secured environment). Enter your PERM and PIN numbers and click on the ENTER button (the next step gives you the option to change your PIN number - click Continue). Make your selection from the GOLD menu. GOLD provides students easy access to: Address Updates Personal Information Updates Billing (BA/RC) Information Financial Aid Information Grades/Academic History Transcripts (Official & Unofficial) Verifications Important Messages Objective Major/Degree Status Declaration of Candidacy Commencement Reservations Registration Your Class Schedule Schedule of Classes Search UCSB Student Directory Registrar Calendar To protect your privacy, please be sure to use the LOGOFF button when you exit GOLD. GOLD is available 24 hours/day Registration Helpline: (805) GOLD Address: gnet.ucsb.edu See page 6 for more detailed GOLD information.

3 UCSB F a l l S c h e d u l e o f C l a s s e s Quick Reference Access Card Information 15 Calendars 2-5 Campus Services Commencement 22 Concurrent Enrollment 10 Course Listings Deadlines 2-5 Department Directory 32 Enrollment and Registration 9-11 Fees Final Examination Schedule 29 Financial Aid General Education Courses GOLD 6 Grades Graduation 22 Index Leaving and Returning to UCSB Library Hours 22 Location Codes 126 Map inside back cover Payment Deadlines 5 Pre-Instructional Activities Privacy of Student Records 20 Refund Schedules 13 Registration, Fee Payment, and Fee Payment Options Summary 5 Residency 13 Subjects Codes 125 Transcripts & Verifications 21 U-Mail 11, 28 Ventura Center 11 Withdrawal from the University 18 Editor: Dan Givens - Office of the Registrar Scheduling: Joshua Berquist - Office of the Registrar Rocky Moran - Office of the Registrar Art Direction/Production Coordination: UCSB Public Affairs Cover Design: UCSB Artworks How to use this schedule 1. Read the quarter deadlines on pages 2-5 and highlight all deadlines that pertain to you. 2. On or after May 5, 2007, check your appointments using GOLD (see page 6). 3. Plan your course schedule using the course listings starting on page 33, the GE tables on pages 30-31, and the registration worksheet on page 8. Consult the UCSB General Catalog, your adviser, or individual instructors as appropriate. 4. Use GOLD to search for open courses by instructor, day and time, GE requirements satisfied, etc. (see page 6 for more information). 5. Register during your appointment times on the web using GOLD (see page 6). 6. Pay the amount due amount on your current BARC statement. Use mybarc.ucsb.edu to check your BARC balance. 7. Order a registration sticker on GOLD, if you need one for the bus. 8. Attend the first day of instruction for all of your courses. 9. Refer to specific sections of this booklet for guidelines that may apply to you (e.g., Financial Aid, Graduation, etc.). Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Notice The University of California, in accordance with applicable Federal and State law and University policy, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, pregnancy *, disability, age, medical condition (cancer-related), ancestry, marital status, citizenship, sexual orientation, or status as a Vietnam-era veteran or special disabled veteran. The University also prohibits sexual harassment. This nondiscrimination policy covers admission, access, and treatment in University programs and activities. Inquiries regarding the University s studentrelated nondiscrimination policies may be directed to: Raymond Huerta, Acting Director, Office of Equal Opportunity, Telephone: (805) * Pregnancy includes pregnancy, childbirth, and medical conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth. Where to go for help Academic Departments and Colleges See page 32 for locations, phone numbers, and website URL s Office of the Registrar Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building (SAASB) 1105 (805) , Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m.-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Billing Office Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building (SAASB) 1212 (805) , Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cashiers Office Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building (SAASB) 1212 (805) Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Financial Aid Office Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building (SAASB) 2103 (805) , Office Hours: M-F, 9-11:50 a.m. and 1-4 p.m. Office of Admissions Cheadle Hall 1210 (805) , Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m.-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Office of Early Academic Outreach Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building (SAASB) 1201 (805) Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m.-12 noon and 1-5 p.m. Graduate Division Cheadle Hall 3117 (805) , Office Hours: M-F, 9 a.m.-12 noon and 1-4 p.m. Campus Operator: (805) Additional copies of the Schedule of Classes are available from the UCSB Bookstore for 54 cents (including tax) or by mail for $3.50. The UCSB General Catalog, which contains additional information including descriptions of courses, is available from the bookstore for $6.46 including tax; by mail $12.00 (U.S.)/$25.00 (overseas/international mail). Make check payable to UC Regents and mail to: UCSB Bookstore University Center, P.O. Box Santa Barbara, CA Both the Schedule of Classes and the UCSB General Catalog can be ordered online at: This publication is available in alternative formats upon request.

4 2 Fall 2007 Quarter Calendar and Deadlines The following calendar specifies the enrollment processes and deadlines for the academic quarter. When calendar events infringe upon religious obligations, you should contact appropriate academic or administrative offices to make alternate arrangements in advance. Payments received after 4 p.m. will be credited on the following day and may be subject to a late fee. The Cashiers Office is open Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Office of the Registrar is open 9 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 4 p.m. Transactions requiring office assistance must be completed by 4 p.m. Transactions using GOLD may be completed anytime on the deadline listed. (Friday until 6:45 p.m. only). Graduation Declarations Registration Appointments Registration Financial Aid, Loan, and Scholarship Unit Requirement Continuing Undergraduate Registration Deadline Graduate Intercampus Exchange Continuing Graduate Registration Deadline Monday, February 26, 2007 First day for undergraduates to use GOLD to declare candidacy for the fall 2007 degree. Saturday, May 5 On or after this date, continuing students use GOLD to list their fall 2007 registration appointment times. May Registration for continuing undergraduate and graduate students. Register using GOLD at your designated appointment time to obtain best possible priority for your class level. No financial aid, loans, or scholarships will be credited to your BARC account until you are registered in sufficient units. Undergraduates must be registered in a minimum of 6 units. Graduate students must be registered in a minimum of 4 units. Wednesday, May 30 Continuing undergraduate students who register after this date will be assessed a $50 late registration fee. (Students in the College of Creative Studies registering only for Creative Studies classes will be charged the $50 late registration fee if registration is completed later than September 27.) Friday, August 3 Last day for graduate students to file intercampus exchange applications for fall quarter with the Graduate Division. Note: graduate students wishing to attend UC Berkeley must apply by Friday, June 30. Friday, August 17 Continuing graduate students who register after this date will be assessed a $50 late registration fee. Looking for other events or deadlines? Search the online Campus Calendar of Events at: calendar Finanacial Aid Recipients Address Updates Undergraduate Fee Payment Deadline $ Direct Deposit Refunds $ Continuing Undergraduate Class Space Deadline Graduate Students New Student Convocation Saturday, September 1 Update your local mailing address on GOLD by Saturday, September 1, 2007, for your fall 2007 refund check mailing. If you want your refund check to be mailed to your permanent or billing address, please contact the Billing Office prior to September 1. Address updates can be made using GOLD. Saturday, September 15 Fee Payment Deadline for undergraduate students. Undergraduate students who still have a balance due must pay or defer this balance, to avoid a $50 late payment fee. Students can view their BARC account balances at Direct Deposits: all students, including new and graduate students, will have their direct deposits released starting on September 17. See Special Instructions for Financial Aid, Loan, and Scholarship Students on pages for more information on refunds. In order for continuing undergraduate students to maintain registered status and protect class space, all amount due charges listed on the September BARC statement must be paid by this date. Students who did not receive a September BARC statement by September 1 should view their BARC account balance at or contact the Billing Office for the balance information. Students whose payment is received after this date are subject to losing their registered class space. Notification of failure to meet this deadline will be sent to addresses. After 4 p.m. on this date, registration for undergraduate students will not be processed without prior payment of fees. Friday, September 21 Last day to Advance to Doctoral Candidacy and pay $65 Advancement fee to be eligible for nonresident tuition reduction for fall Last day to file a thesis or dissertation using fees paid spring 2007; degree awarded fall Last day to submit an In Absentia petition. Saturday, September 22 Fall quarter begins. Monday, September 24 All new freshmen and transfer students are expected to attend this campus ceremony designed to welcome and induct new students into the university community, 3:00-4:00 p.m. on the Faculty Club Green, near the campus lagoon.

5 3 Pre-Instructional Activities Instruction Begins New and Returning Registration Deadline Graduate Fee Payment Deadline $ Petitions CCS Students Residency Address Confirmations or Updates Schedule Adjustment Fee Add Deadline Late Registration Deadline Graduate Leave of Absence Drop Writing Courses Schedule Adjustment Fee Grading Option Adjustment Fee Graduation Deadline September Pre-instructional activities: counseling, testing, academic advising. See pages Thursday, September 27 Instruction begins. Registration deadline for new and returning students. After this date new and returning students will be assessed a $50 late registration fee. Fee payment deadline for graduate students. Graduate students who still have a balance due must pay or defer this balance by 4 p.m., to avoid a $50 late payment fee. Students can view their BARC account balances at Graduate students who are not paid will not be allowed to continue with registration until fee payment is made. Office of the Registrar begins processing schedule adjustment petitions. Photo ID required. All other schedule adjustment transactions, including adding classes using approval codes, should be completed via GOLD. See pages Last day for College of Creative Studies students, enrolling only in CCS courses, to register for fall Deadline for continuing, nonresident students to apply for reclassification as California residents. Confirmation/updates of your addresses should be processed through use of GOLD. If you are employed by the university you must also update your address separately with your employing department. Wednesday, October 3 Last day for all students to drop courses without a $3 fee per drop transaction (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 11:45 p.m.). Last day for all students to add courses without a course approval code (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 11:45 p.m.). Late registration ends for all students. Lapse in status as a student in the university may occur unless fees and all other financial obligations have been paid, registration has been completed, and blocks on registration (if any) have been cleared. Enrollment will not be accepted after this date. Last day to file for leave of absence with Graduate Division for fall Last day for undergraduate students to drop Writing 1, 1E, 2, 2E, 2LK, 50, 50E without petition (by 11:45 p.m. via GOLD). Wednesday, october 10 Last day for all students to add courses without paying $3 fee (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 11:45 p.m.). Last day for all students to change grading option without paying $3 fee. Monday, October 15 Last day to declare candidacy for the fall 2007 undergraduate degree using GOLD. Add Deadline Drop Deadline Holiday Grading Option Deadline Holidays Dead Week Instruction Ends Graduate & CCS Students Withdrawal Study Day Final Exams Graduate Students Incomplete Petitions Quarter Ends Degree Candidates Grades Graduate Students Wednesday, october 17 Last day for all students to add classes (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 11:45 p.m.). Wednesday, october 24 Last day for undergraduates in the Colleges of Letters and Science and Engineering to drop classes (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 11:45 p.m.). Friday, November 2 End of first half of quarter. The Winter 2008 Schedule of Classes will be available in the bookstore in late October. Monday, November 12 Veterans Day holiday. Friday, November 16 Last day for undergraduates in the Colleges of Letters and Science and Engineering to change grading option in courses from passed/not passed to letter-grade or vice versa (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 6:45 p.m.). November Thanksgiving holidays December 3-7 Examinations are strongly discouraged and mandatory non-instructional activities require advance approval from the Office of Student Life. Friday, December 7 Last day of instruction. Last day for graduate students and students in the College of Creative Studies to drop courses or change grading options (at the Registrar by 4 p.m. or via GOLD by 6:45 p.m.). Last day for undergraduates in the Colleges of Engineering and Letters & Science to submit a petition for complete withdrawal. Saturday, December 8 No classes and no finals held. December Final examinations. (See page 29 for details.) Friday, December 14 Deadline for graduate students to present theses and dissertations to Graduate Division to receive a fall 2007 degree. Last day to submit Incomplete petitions with instructor signature at the Office of the Registrar by 4 p.m. Saturday, December 15 Fall quarter ends. Degree candidates must have all transfer work and coursework completed no later than this date for current quarter graduation. sunday, December 23 Fall 2007 grades available on GOLD. Friday, January 4, 2008 Last day to file a thesis or dissertation using fees paid fall 2007; degree awarded winter 2007.

6 4 Looking Ahead: Tentative Deadlines Winter 2008 July 1-November 12, 2007 Open filing period for undergraduates to apply for intercampus transfer for winter quarter. Open filing period to apply for readmission/ reinstatement for winter Applications to be filed by students who have been absent for one or more quarters or who withdrew within the last quarter of attendance. Saturday, September 1 First day for undergraduates to use GOLD to declare candidacy for the winter 2008 degree. Saturday, October 20 Winter 2008 registration appointment times available on GOLD. Mid-December Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for is available in the Financial Aid Office. Saturday, December 15 Undergraduate fee payment deadline for winter 2008 registration fees (payments received by Monday, December 17 will be considered on time). Monday, January 7, 2008 Winter quarter begins. Instruction begins. Pre-instructional activities: orientation, counseling, testing, academic advising. Graduate fee payment payment deadline for winter 2008 registration fees. Monday, January 21 Martin Luther King Jr. Day (holiday). Tuesday, January 22 Last day to declare candidacy for the winter 2008 undergraduate degree. Monday, February 18 President s Day (holiday). Sunday, March 2 Deadline for all students to apply for Free Application for Financial Aid (FAFSA)(UC Grant, Supplemental Grant, Perkins Loan, and Work-Study) and for a new Cal Grant A or B from the California Student Aid Commission (CSAC). It is recommended that the FAFSA be submitted electronically. Students should be sure to get a Certificate of Mailing if the FAFSA is mailed. Deadline for undergraduates to submit a Cal Grant GPA Verification Form to CSAC for a new Cal Grant A or B. Students that already have a Cal Grant are not required to submit this form again. Friday, March 14 Instruction ends. March Final examinations. Saturday, March 22 Winter quarter ends. Degree candidates must have all transfer work and coursework completed no later than this date for current quarter graduation. Graduate students must present theses and dissertations to the Graduate Division in order to receive a winter 2008 degree. Spring 2008 October 1, 2007-February 11, 2008 Open filing period for undergraduates to apply for intercampus transfer for spring 2008 quarter. Open filing period to apply for readmission/ reinstatement for spring Applications to be filed by students who have been absent for one or more quarters or who withdrew within the last quarter of attendance. Mid-December Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for is available in the Financial Aid Office. Wednesday, January 30, 2008 Spring 2008 registration appointment times available on GOLD. Sunday, March 2 Deadline for continuing, new, and returning students to apply for UCSB financial aid (UC Grant, Cal Grant A or B, Supplemental Grant, Perkins Loan, and Work- Study). It is recommended that the FAFSA be submitted electronically. Students should be sure to get a Certificate of Mailing if the FAFSA is mailed. Saturday, March 15 Undergraduate Student payment deadline for Amount Due charges for spring 2008 (payments received by Monday, March 17 will be counted as on time). Monday, March 31 Spring quarter begins. Pre-instructional activities: orientation, counseling, testing, academic advising. Instruction begins. Graduate Student payment deadline for Amount Due charges for spring 2008 Registration Fees. Monday, April 14 Last day to declare candidacy for the spring 2008 undergraduate degree. Monday, May 26 Memorial Day Holiday. Friday, June 6 Instruction ends. June 7-13 Final examinations. Sunday, June 8 College of Creative Studies Commencement. Friday, June 13 Degree candidates must have all transfer work and coursework completed no later than this date for current quarter graduation. Deadline for graduate students to present theses and dissertations to Graduate Division to receive a spring 2008 degree. Spring quarter ends. June Commencement. Summer 2008 Monday, April 7 Registration for summer session begins. See Summer Session Catalog for registration and fee payment procedures. Monday, June 23 Instruction begins for first 6-week session. Friday, July 4 Independence Day Holiday. Monday, July 7 Last day to declare candidacy for the summer 2008 undergraduate degree. Friday, August 1 Instruction ends for first 6-week session. Friday, August 1 Instruction begins for second 6-week session. Monday, September 1 Labor Day Holiday. Friday, September 12 Deadline for graduate students to present theses and dissertations to Graduate Division to receive a summer 2008 degree. Instruction ends for all Summer Session Programs. Official last day of Summer Session Degree candidates must have all transfer work and coursework completed no later than this date for current quarter graduation. Interested in Attending Graduate School at UCSB? Visit our website for information on the application process and how to submit the application and fee online. eapp

7 Fall 2007 Registration and Fee Payment Deadlines at a Glance Registration Deadlines Regular Registration Late Registration ($50 fee) UNDERGRADUATES* GRADUATE STUDENTS New & New & Continuing Returning Continuing Returning May Early Sep-Sep 27 May 17-Aug 17 Early Sep-Sep 27 May 31-Oct 3 Sep 28-Oct 3 Aug 18-Oct 3 Sep 28-Oct 3 5 Last Day to Add Courses: Without $3 fee Deadline Last Day to Drop Courses: Without $3 fee Deadline Last Day to Change Grading Option: Without $3 fee Deadline Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 17 Wed, Oct 17 Wed, Oct 17 Wed, Oct 17 Wed, Oct 3 Wed, Oct 3 Wed, Oct 3 Wed, Oct 3 Wed, Oct 24 Wed, Oct 24 Fri, Dec 7 Fri, Dec 7 Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 10 Wed, Oct 10 Fri, Nov 16 Fri, Nov 16 Fri, Dec 7 Fri, Dec 7 Last Day for Students in Colleges of Engineering and L&S to Withdraw from the Quarter: Friday, December 7 *Students in the College of Creative Studies have until September 27 to complete registration and until December 7 to drop courses or change grading options. All other deadlines pertain to CCS students. Fee Payment Deadines Undergraduate Fee Payment Deadline: Saturday, September 15 at 4 p.m. (Fees received by Monday, September 17 will be counted as on time.) Graduate Fee Payment Deadline: Thursday, September 27 at 4 p.m. Do you need assistance in meeting the fee payment deadline? The Billing Office offers payment plan options for all students! Financial Aid Recipients. Financial aid is applied to BARC accounts on a weekly basis. Financial aid disbursement detail can be viewed under My Aid Status on the Financial Aid website at Additionally, you can access your BARC account at and view your account activity. If you still have a balance due on your account on September 1, it must be paid by the deadline to avoid a $50 late payment fee and protect your class space. If you cannot pay the balance in full, please go to for payment plan options. Payment plans must be received by the Cashiers Office prior to the payment deadline. Students without Financial Aid. Only two-thirds of the registration charges are eligible for payment plan installments. All other BARC debt must be paid at the time of deferral. For more information, please go to Graduate Students Teaching and Research Assistants. If you want to set up a payment plan based on salary earnings, please go to the website at for additional information. Note: BARC payment agreement forms with any payment due and the payment plan processing fee of $25 must be received in the Cashiers Office before the deadline, so don t delay. Please mail early postmarks not accepted. If you do not have access to the web, please contact the Billing Office at (805) for assistance.

8 6 GOLD - Gaucho On-Line Data providing students convenient access to: Address Updates Address and phone number information may be recorded or changed through GOLD. Students can update local, permanent, parents, billing, and emergency address information. Foreign addresses can also be updated using GOLD. Grades/Academic History GOLD will provide students with a quarter-by-quarter breakout of all courses completed, grades, units completed at UCSB, and quarterly and cumulative GPA. Links within this page also allow students to view a Unit Summary of all courses completed as well as information about the Latest Quarter enrolled. Users can also print quarterly grades or their entire Academic History at UCSB. Registration Information GOLD allows students to check their major, special programs, registration appointment times, add/drop deadlines, fee deadlines, and other information. Personal Information Updates GOLD lets students update demographic personal data. Your Class Schedule Students should begin their registration process here. GOLD allows students to view a list of their classes as well as a weekly schedule for any quarter. Students may also make schedule adjustments (Add/Drop courses) from this screen if the deadline has not passed. Undergraduate Declarations of Candidacy Seniors can declare degree candidacy for the quarter in which they intend to complete their degree requirements. Students can also change the address to which their diploma will be mailed. Verifications Current students (that is, students with an active BARC account) may order verifications which provide specific statements verifying a student s enrollment, degree status, overall GPA, etc. Important Messages Important messages from the Office of the Registrar and other offices will be displayed here. Students are notified during login that there are important messages waiting to be read. Objective Major/Degree Status Displays objective, major, degree completion quarter (if declared), and current status of your degree. Transcripts (Official & Unofficial) Current students (that is, students with an active BARC account) may order official transcripts using the GOLD system and have the fee billed to their BARC account. Students may also order unofficial transcripts at no cost. Schedule of Classes Search and Registration Students can use GOLD to search for course availability and status by instructor, day and time, requirements satisfied, etc. They can register and add courses to their schedule directly from the search results. Blue Linked words are available for online help. Student Directory Students can do a search for past and present UCSB students and alumni. Registrar Calendar Students can use GOLD to view important registration deadlines. Commencement Reservations Allows users who are qualified to reserve a seat in a commencement ceremony according to the following criteria. Commencement Pass 1 Only students with 164 units, either completed or in progress during the winter quarter, will be eligible to make a commencement reservation during PASS 1. Seniors can only make a reservation for the ceremony to which their major is assigned for this pass. Commencement Pass 2 Only students with 164 units, either completed or in progress during the spring quarter, will be eligible to make a commencement reservation during PASS 2. Eligible undergraduate students can reserve any open and available ceremony regardless of major. How Do You Access GOLD? Go to the GauchoNet webpage at: gnet.ucsb.edu Click on the GOLD tab near the top, left of the GauchoNet webpage. Click on the Login link (select the Continue button to be transferred to a secured environment) Enter your UCSB NetID and Password and click on the ENTER button Make your selection from the GOLD menu To protect your privacy, please be sure to use the LOGOFF button when you exit GOLD. gnet.ucsb.edu

9 7 Important Information Regarding Residency for Fee Purposes Are you a new Undergraduate or Graduate Student at UCSB? or Are you returning to UCSB after an absence of three quarters or more? You are required to complete the online Statement of Legal Residence (SLR)! Go to: Students who do not fill out the required Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) will be assessed Non-Resident fees. Refer to page 13 for additional information. Make Sure We Can Get In Touch With You Activate your U-Mail Account today at: Want to see your student records? Your current schedule, class level, grades, BARC and Financial Aid information, and more can be viewed on GOLD, available on the web at: gnet.ucsb.edu Looking for a website? UCSB s A-Z Index lists all UCSB-related websites in an alphabetical directory at:

10 8 Registration Worksheet Appointment Times: Fall 2007 appointments available on GOLD on or after: Saturday, May 5, Pass 1: Pass 2: Pass 3: Begins at am/pm Ends at am/pm date time date time Begins at am/pm Ends at am/pm date time date time Begins at am/pm Ends at am/pm date time date time Potential Schedule: 8:00am Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am 12:00noon 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm 4:00pm 5:00pm 6:00pm 7:00pm 8:00pm 9:00pm

11 Enrollment in an Academic Quarter 1. Enrollment Procedure Deadlines To enroll for the quarter, you must accomplish the following by the deadlines listed on pages 2-5: Register for classes. (See #2 below. The Registration Process) Pay the now due amount on your current BARC statement and all other outstanding financial obligations to UCSB. (See Fees beginning on page 12.) Arrange for the release of blocks (if any) on your registration. Update your address information on GOLD or by turning in a change of address form to the Office of the Registrar. (See #6 below, Address Verification.) 2. The Registration Process You are encouraged to seek academic advice prior to registration. College and department locations are listed on page 32. Registration Appointments and Passes Three appointments (passes) are assigned to you. (New and Returning students will only receive Passes 2 and 3.) Each pass through the system allows you to make changes to your registration record. During the first pass you may enroll for no more than 13.5 units. You may add additional units, up to the maximum allowed by your college, during the second pass. You may continue to adjust your schedule during Pass 3. To find out your appointment times, use GOLD. You may only register during the appointment times that are assigned to you. Continuing undergraduate students must register for at least one course in Pass 1 of registration to avoid a $50 late registration fee. Graduate student registration deadline is during Pass 2. New and returning students must register for classes on or before the first day of instruction to avoid the $50 late registration fee. Priority System Priority to obtain classes is based on class level determined by total units completed. Priority is not assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Priority is implemented through the appointment system with appointments randomly assigned within each class level. Register at the beginning of your designated appointment time to take best advantage of your registration priority. Blocks A registration block may prevent you from pursuing registration activities. Failure to remove the block will result in a Lapse of Status (see page 18 and you will be dropped from all of your current classes. Time Conflicts GOLD will highlight conflicts but will allow you to schedule a conflict. It is your responsibility to look for course changes and resolve any resultant time conflicts. Instructor Number If you are registering for a course which requires an instructor number, you will find these 2-digit numbers at the end of each subject listing in this booklet inside the Individualized Instruction boxes. Note: An instructor listed under multiple subject headings will have different instructor numbers for each. Prerequisites Instructors have final authority in determining enrollment for their courses. Verification of the student s qualifications is made at the beginning of the quarter. Undergraduates can enroll in graduate courses only if they have an approved departmental petition on file in the Office of the Registrar prior to registration. Additionally, certain qualifications are checked during and after registration. These qualifications are identified in the Messages column of a course listing in this publication and in the course description in the General Catalog. If you do not meet these qualifications, you may be dropped from the course by the department. Adding After the 5th Day of Class Instructor approval is required to add a class after the 5th day of instruction. If permission is granted, students will be given course approval codes which can be used to add the class until the published add deadline. Approval Codes Under some circumstances, departments or instructors may issue course approval codes to students to override various enrollment restrictions. Course approval codes may be used on GOLD until the published add deadline. Writing Course Restrictions Writing 1, 1E, 2, 2E, 50, and 50E Writing 1, 2, and 50 (or their LINKS equivalents) must be taken in sequence. You may not enroll in these courses without having met the prerequisites, and you may not enroll in them if you have already satisfied the Analytical Writing Placement Examination (AWPE) and Area A General Education Requirements. 9 LINKS Courses LINKS are writing classes whose reading and writing assignments are directly related to the lectures, readings and writings of certain other courses. LINKS courses are designated with an LK, e.g., Writing 1LK or 2LK. Students must enroll in the companion course before enrolling in the LINKS class. Materials for both courses are related, but testing and grading are independent. In addition, papers for one course may not be submitted for the other course. LINKS writing courses carry the same number of units and fulfill the same General Education requirements as any other Writing 1 or 2 class. Dropping Writing Courses The deadline to drop Writing 1, 1E, 2, 2E, 50 or 50E (or their LINKS equivalents) is the fifth day of university instruction. The fall quarter drop deadline is Wednesday, October 3, 2007 (by 11:45 p.m. via GOLD), for these courses. Students with Disabilities If you are unable to use GOLD please call the Registration Helpline at (805) or contact the Disabled Students Program at (805) V/TDD. Repeating a Course Certain courses may be repeated for credit and are identified in the course descriptions in the UCSB General Catalog. Repetition of any other course completed at the University of California, is subject to regulations that appear in the UCSB General Catalog. Graduate students should consult Graduate Division and their academic departments before repeating a course. If you are an undergraduate repeating a course to improve your grade-point average because you previously received a C- or below, or a NP, you need to specify this repeat to GOLD. First, you need to add the course you intend to repeat. Note: Undergraduates who wish to repeat a course more than once must obtain the prior approval of their college provost or dean before registering for their third attempt or they will be dropped from the course. Looking for other events or deadlines? Search the online Campus Calendar of Events at: calendar

12 10 3. Petitions Special approval prior to registration is required for each of the following: Enrollment in a 98/99 or 198/199/199AA-ZZ Independent Studies course Petition source: Sponsoring department. Approvals required: See instructor and chair of department sponsoring the 98, 99, 198, 199, 199AA-ZZ for details. 198/199/199AA-ZZ courses are open only to upper-division students who have at least a 3.0 grade-point average for the preceding three quarters and who can demonstrate their qualifications for independent study in the chosen field (normally completion of at least two upper-division courses in the same field). Lower-division CCS students may also take 198/199 courses offered by the College of Creative Studies. Letters & Science students are limited to 5 units per quarter, 15 units per year, and 30 units total in all 98/99/198/199/199AA-ZZ courses combined, subject to the restrictions, if any, of each department involved. Creative Studies students should check with the college office for different 198/199 unit limits. Graduate students should not enroll in courses numbered 98/99 or 198/199/199AA-ZZ. They should enroll in independent studies courses numbered 596 through 599 instead. Taking graduate courses while you are an undergraduate Petition source: Office of the Registrar. Approvals required: Instructor, chair of sponsoring department, dean/provost of the college for students in Engineering and Creative Studies. Normally, this option is open only to seniors with exceptional qualifications and superior grade-point averages. To enroll in graduate coursework, undergraduates must have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 and have completed 12 units of upper-division coursework in the relevant major with a grade of B or better. Eligible undergraduates are confined to taking courses numbered and only those 500-level courses described as Group Studies or Special Topics. Undergraduates are not permitted to enroll in any other 500-level courses. Can t Find Anything on Campus? Check out Orientation Program s website for information on resources and services for new s t u d e n t s a t U C S B. orientation Taking a University Extension course Petition source: College office. Approvals required: Dean of the college and, if the course is to be used as part of your major, department chair. (See the UCSB General Catalog for credit limitations and details.) Graduate students may not take coursework through University Extension that can otherwise be completed through normal registration. Consult the chapter Graduate Education at UCSB in the UCSB General Catalog. If you do not have student status, you can enroll in many undergraduate and graduate courses through University Extension in the Concurrent Enrollment Program. Students who are on reinstatement-probation or are subject to disqualification and those who have been disqualified (dismissed) from UCSB are not eligible to participate in the Concurrent Enrollment Program. Admission into courses is on a space-available basis with consent of the instructor and does not constitute admission into the university. Courses can be taken for credit or non-credit. UCSB courses completed by concurent enrollment through UCSB Extension in fall 2000 or thereafter will be included in the UC GPA if they are accepted toward the degree. For further information on eligibility, prerequisites, and fee structure, contact UCSB Extension, 6950 Hollister Avenue, Suite 102, Goleta, CA 93117, (805) Simultaneous registration at another college-level institution (also called concurrent enrollment) Petition source: College office. Approval required: Dean of the college prior to registration. (See the UCSB General Catalog for details.) Students should be aware that approval is granted only in very limited circumstances. Intersegmental Cross-Enrollment Approval required: Dean of the college or Dean of Graduate Division, if you wish to transfer credit to UCSB for coursework taken elsewhere. Students should be aware that approval is granted only in very limited circumstances. Students from campuses of the University of California, the California State University and the California Community Colleges are permitted to enroll in a maximum of one course per academic term at a campus of either of the other systems on a space-available basis. The requirements for participation include: the student has completed at least one quarter at the home campus, has paid fees at the home campus and is enrolled in at least six units for the cross-enrollment term, has a grade-point average of at least 2.0 for work completed, is a California resident and has the appropriate academic preparation for the course. If you are interested in cross-enrollment at a California State University or California Community College campus you need to contact those institutions directly to start the process. Coursework completed through this plan will apply to your UCSB degree only if approved by the dean of your college. Approval is granted only in very limited circumstances. Students from California State University or Community College campuses interested in cross-enrollment at UCSB should contact the Office of the Registrar at UCSB for more information at (805) or Undergraduate enrollment in an excess or deficit program, according to the limits established by your college (as noted in Section #4 below) Petition source: Office of the Registrar or college office. Approval required: Dean of the college. Fulltime status: to be classified as a full-time student, undergraduates must enroll in a minimum of 12 units each quarter. Course enrollment limits for graduate students are given in the UCSB General Catalog. Full-time status is required for such things as eligibility for residence in family/student housing, certain types of financial aid, and intercollegiate athletics. Deficit programs If you need to take fewer than 12 units due to outside commitments or personal considerations, you must petition for a deficit program prior to the first day of instruction. Students in the College of Letters and Science and the College of Creative Studies with on-going outside responsibilities may petition for permanent deficit approval. Deficit loads may impact your financial loan status as well as personal insurance coverage. It is strongly recommended to check with Financial Aid and/or your insurance company before carrying a deficit load. Want to see your student records? Your current schedule, class level, grades, BARC and Financial Aid information, and more can be viewed on GOLD, available on the web at: gnet.ucsb.edu

13 11 Excess programs If you plan to take more units than the maximum specified by your college, you must petition for an excess program during the registration period. The maximum number of units which you may attempt each quarter depends on your academic status and the regulations of your college. Generally, new students (transfers and freshmen alike) are discouraged from attempting more than the allowable maximum for their first quarter at UCSB. Approval of excess programs usually is reserved for continuing students with strong academic records. 4. Enrollment Limits Graduate Students The normal courseload for graduate students is 12 units per quarter. Only registered students carrying a minimum load of 8 units are eligible to be appointed as graduate student researchers or as teaching assistants; to receive fellowships and most forms of financial aid; and to be eligible for campus and extramural benefits and services (University Housing, Student Health Service, etc.). Graduate students should consult with departmental advisors about recommended course work and unit load prior to each quarter. Generally speaking, there is no part-time status for graduate students at UCSB, nor are there reduced fees for a reduced courseload. Most lending agencies demand repayment of loans if a student is not registered or is carrying less than a normal courseload. The Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement requires international students to be engaged in a full course of study while at UCSB. College of Creative Studies Students in the College of Creative Studies normally take four courses totaling at least 15 units each quarter and are not required to file petitions for excess programs. College of Engineering Students in the College of Engineering are subject to the following course enrollment limits: 12 units Minimum load for full-time standing. Make Sure We Can Get In Touch With You Activate your U-Mail Account today at: units Maximum number for any student on academic probation. Also recommended for students with disabilities or part-time employment. 17 units Maximum allowable for first-quarter freshmen without petition to the dean of the college. 18 units Maximum without petition to the dean of the college for all other students in the college. Undergraduate students in the College of Engineering must pass at least 36 units each academic year. At least three-fourths of the units passed must include courses prescribed for the major. Complete details of this requirement are contained in the UCSB General Catalog. College of Letters and Science Students in the College of Letters and Science are subject to the following course enrollment limits: 12 units Minimum load for full-time standing. 17 units Maximum without petition to the dean of the college for students on academic probation. 21 units Maximum without petition to the dean of the college for all other students. The average course load for students in the College of Letters and Science is units per quarter. 5. Attendance You must attend the classes you register for beginning with the first day of instruction. If you cannot attend due to reasons beyond your control (such as serious illness), notify your instructors. The Office of Student Life can assist you if you are too ill to contact your instructors. Although some instructors will drop students who are absent from their classes, it is normally your responsibility to drop any class that you do not wish to complete. If you do not attend a class and do not drop it officially by the published deadline, you will receive a failing grade. 6. Address Verification All students MUST update or confirm their address information as new students and every fall quarter. Additionally, you are encouraged to update your address information as necessary throughout the year. UCSB mail is not forwarded by the U.S. Postal Service. A block may be placed against your registration if you do not update or confirm your address by using GOLD (at gnet.ucsb.edu). Refer to the section Privacy of Student Records on page 20 for information regarding your rights pertaining to academic records. Want to take classes in Ventura? UCSB offers additional opportunities for students to enroll in selected upperdivision and graduate c l a s s e s. I n f o r m a t i o n is available on the Off- Campus Studies website at: 7. University U-Mail (University ) is now being used for student notification by course instructors and administrative departments including the Office of the Registrar. All UCSB students should obtain a U-Mail account and keep it active. 1. If you have not already done so, activate your U-Mail account today at ucsb.edu. 2. Forward your U-Mail to another service, if you prefer. Your U-Mail account must be active for this to work. 3. Check your frequently to be sure that you do not miss any critical notices. 4. Contact the U-Mail help desk at with any problems you are having activating your account. 5. When communicating with university personnel, you should use your U-Mail account, rather than any other, to authenticate your identity. 8. UCSB Classes in Ventura UCSB offers live and Internet videoconferencing courses every quarter at the UCSB Ventura Center located at 3585 Maple St., Suite 112, Ventura, CA In Ventura, courses are available in the following disciplines: anthropology, English, history, interdisciplinary studies, law and society, political science, psychology and sociology. Occasionally, courses from other disciplines are provided to satisfy General Education requirements. Live classes are held once a week for three hours between 4 and 7 p.m. or between 7 and 10 p.m. Televised courses are broadcast from campus to the Ventura Center. Course exams are held simultaneously with the live class. Students interested in course offerings in these disciplines can check course titles. times, and enrollment codes at or they can contact the UCSB Ventura Center at (805)

14 12 Fees 1. Payment Procedure The university operates an accounts receivable billing system, known as BARC (Billing, Accounts Receivable, Collections). It consolidates any debts owed to the university such as registration fees, housing, and library charges. Students receive an notice to their UCSB issued U- Mail account when their Electronic Billing Statement (Gaucho E-Bill) is available to view online. The notice includes a link to a secure website where students can view billing detail and make payments online. Students may access their BARC account at for current balance information and their Gaucho E-Bill. Fees and/or other bills may be paid in person at the Cashiers Office, located in room 1212 in the Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building (SAASB). If you are mailing your payment, please use this remit address: University of California, Santa Barbara File 30561; P.O. Box San Francisco, CA Any overnight mail, payment plan agreement forms, or correspondence to our office should continue to be sent to our physical location: Cashier s Office University of California, Santa Barbara 1212 SAASB Santa Barbara, CA Reminders: Include your statement coupon with your check Include your Billing Account Number found on the statement, (not your perm #) on your check, especially if you are using online banking Checks should be made payable to: Regents of the University of California Address changes must be completed using GOLD; do not send change of address with payment or on the statement coupon. The university charges a return check fee for any check returned unpaid by the bank. 2. Payment Deadlines The Schedule of Classes Quarter Deadlines and your Gaucho E-Bill statement list fee payment deadlines. All students will receive a Gaucho E-Bill notification to their U-Mail account. Failure to view your Gaucho E-Bill statement is not a valid excuse for not paying fees on time. (Financial aid, loan, and scholarship recipients: see special section which follows.) Note in the Quarter Deadlines that: a) Two schedules operate to ensure proper enrollment in classes; one for registration and the other for fee payment. b) Fees need not be paid before registering in classes. c) Fees and all other financial obligations must be paid by the specified deadline in order to protect your student status and to avoid being dropped from your courses. d) A late payment fee of $50 is assessed if all financial obligations are not cleared by the published deadlines. The Office of the Registrar may waive a late fee if payment was late because of: erroneous action or inaction on the part of the university. illness or accident which prevented you from making payment by the deadline and which is substantiated by an attending physician or police/accident report. Request for Fee Waiver petitions are available from the Office of the Registrar. (This is distinct from the $50 late registration fee, see page 9) e) If you do not pay your fees and clear other financial obligations by the deadline, it will be presumed that you are not attending the university and your status will be lapsed. If you wish to enroll in a subsequent quarter, you will be required to apply for readmission. (See Leaving and Returning to UCSB ) If you are not able to meet payment deadlines due to financial difficulty (see page 5), or do not receive a Gaucho E-Bill notification, contact the Billing Office in advance of the deadlines to discuss your situation. If you mail your payment, allow a minimum of 10 days delivery prior to the deadline. 3. Special Instructions for Financial Aid, Loan, and Scholarship Students Census Date Units Some aid programs eligibility is partially based on census date units. This measurement is taken at census date which is the 15th class date of each quarter. Pell Grant: This grant s unit requirement is based on whether an eligible student is enrolled full-time (12 or more units), 3/4-time ( units), 1/2-time (6-8.5 units), or less than 1/2-time (below 6 units) at census date. Students who are enrolled less than full-time on census date will have their Pell Grants for that quarter reduced to an amount that reflects their enrollment level. For example, a student enrolled in 10 units will have that quarter s Pell Grant reduced to a 3/4-time award. This reduction may include billing the student s BARC account for the amount of the reduction. Cal Grant B Access Grant (also called Cal Grant B Stipend): This grant s unit requirement is based on whether an eligible student is enrolled full-time (12 or more units), 3/4-time ( units), or 1/2-time (6-8.5 units) at census date. Students enrolled less than 1/2-time (below 6 units) are not eligible for that quarter s award. Students who are enrolled less than fulltime on census date will have their Cal Grant B Access Grants for that quarter reduced to an amount that reflects their enrollment level. This reduction may include billing the student s BARC account for the amount of the reduction. Academic Competitive Grant (ACG) and SMART Grant: Both of these programs require that students be enrolled full-time (12 or more units) at census date. Students who are enrolled less than full-time at census date will have that quarter s award reduced to $0. This reduction may include billing the student s BARC account for the amount of the reduction. Summary of Quarterly Fees and Expenses, Fall 2007 The following chart represents fees as currently estimated for the fall 2007 quarter. For a full breakout of these fees, refer to the Registrar website at Every effort will be made to keep fees at this level. However, given continuing budget uncertainties, circumstances may require an adjustment in this amount during the year. Resident Resident Nonresident Nonresident Undergraduates Graduates Undergraduates Graduates Registration fee $ $ $ $ Educational fee 1, , , $2, Associated Students fees Graduate Students Association fees Student Lock-in fees Tuition for nonresidents** $6, $4, Total for California residents $2, $2, Total for nonresidents $9, $7, Student Health Insurance* (SHIP) * Health insurance is mandatory (see #8. Health Insurance Fees on pages ) Students can opt out of the program with proof of comparable insurance from another carrier. ** Graduate doctoral students see 7. Fee Reductions section on page 14.

15 Unit Requirement for Disbursement No financial aid, loans, or scholarships will be credited to students BARC accounts until they are registered in the minimum number of units. Students are encouraged to register for classes at their registration appointment times to facilitate this process. Undergraduates must be registered in a minimum of 6 units. Graduate students must be registered in a minimum of 4 units. Class Protection and Payment of Fees and Other Institutional Charges Students who had financial aid, loans, or scholarships credited to their BARC accounts and who have a zero balance or credit balance on their BARC accounts by 4 p.m. on September 15 automatically receive a fees paid status and will have their classes protected. All undergraduate students are subject to the September 15 fee payment deadline. Undergraduate students who still have a balance due on this deadline must pay or defer this balance by 4 p.m., September 15. Students who pay the amount due or enroll in a BARC payment plan by the fee payment deadline will have their classes protected. Undergraduate students who miss the fee payment deadline and who get dropped from their classes must pay or defer their fees before they can re-register for classes. Financial aid cannot be credited to BARC accounts until students are registered in sufficient units. The fee payment deadline for Graduate students is the first day of instruction on Thursday, September 27, Graduate students who have not paid fees by the first day of instruction are subject to a $50 late payment fee and will not be allowed to continue with registration until fee payment is made. Direct Deposit Refunds All refunds will be direct deposited by the Billing Office. Students who have a credit balance due to financial aid or graduate credits on September 15 will have their direct deposits released on September 17, Students with credit balances created after September 15 due to financial aid, loans, or graduate credits being applied to their accounts will have their direct deposits released to their designated checking accounts on a weekly basis starting on September 25, Financial Aid Students Use your UCSB NetID and Password to check the status of your financial aid application with the UCSB Financial Aid Office on the web at: Registration Fee Refund Schedules, Fall 2007 The fee refund schedules are subject to revision, including retroactive revision during the academic year, without notice by the Federal Government or the Regents of the University of California. Please check the Registrar s website for the current fee refund schedule at: Please note that insurance premiums as well as MTD fees are non-refundable in case of withdrawal. Students are eligible to use these services through the end of the quarter paid. Schedule A - New Students (first quarter of attendance only) New students receiving federal Title IV financial aid (this includes Pell Grants, Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants, College Work-Study, Perkins Loans, Direct Loans, Unsubsidized Direct Loans, and Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)) who withdraw in their first quarter of attendance are eligible to receive the following percentage:* 1st day days or prior days days days days days days or over (thru 9/27) (thru 10/3) (thru 10/10) (thru 10/17) (thru 10/24) (thru 10/31) (thru 11/7) (11/8 or after) 100% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 0% Schedule B - All Other Students All other students (those not eligible for Schedule A refunds) are eligible to receive the following percentage:* 1st day days or prior days days days or over (thru 9/27) (thru 10/3) (thru 10/14) (thru 10/31) (11/1 or after) 100% 90% 50% 25% 0% * Schedules refer to calendar days, including weekends. Cut off dates listed in parentheses. 4. Residency for Fee Purposes A Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) must be filed by all new undergraduate and graduate students. Any student returning to the Santa Barbara campus following an absence of three quarters or more (excluding summer) must file a new Statement of Legal Residence. The deadline for submitting an SLR is the same as the deadline for submitting the Student Intent to Register (SIR), two weeks from the date of admission or readmission. Notice: Failure to submit an SLR will result in the assessment of out-of-state fees, and may prevent disbursement of financial aid, and course enrollment. The statement must be filed by both resident and nonresident students. All students who are incorrectly classified as residents are subject to reclassification and to payment of all nonresident fees. Students seeking a change in classification from nonresident to California resident are required to file a petition for Resident Classification with the Office of the Registrar during the quarter immediately prior to the term for which a change in classification is desired. For more information, refer to the UCSB General Catalog Appendix which provides more detailed information on residence regulations. Complete instructions and an online SLR process are available online at: The Residence Deputy can be reached at (805) or by at: 13 AB 540 Students enrolled or in the process of enrolling at a University of California campus after January 1, 2002, who attended a high school in California for three or more years, and who graduated from a California high school (or attained the equivalent), may qualify for an exemption from the nonresident tuition. Undergraduate, graduate, and professional students are eligible to apply for this exemption. Students who qualify will be exempt from payment of the nonresident fee and the Educational Fee differential charged to nonresidents. Eligibility for this exemption will continue until the student fulfills University requirements for classification as a California resident, or until this exemption is no longer available. 5. Course Fees Certain courses (such as some in chemistry, film studies, physical activities, courses requiring field trips, or certain laboratory science courses) require additional fees. These are identified in the Messages column of the course listing in this publication. Normally course fees are assessed through the campus billing system and will appear on the student s BARC statement. Questions concerning fee payment procedures should be addressed to the appropriate department office.

16 14 6. Fee Refunds When you pay your fees, receive enough financial aid credit to put you in paid status, or sign a BARC payment agreement, you have committed yourself to the completion of the enrollment process. If you subsequently decide not to fulfill this commitment, you must petition for a complete withdrawal. (See Leaving and Returning to UCSB on pages 18-19) Simply stopping payment on a check or money order will not relieve you of this commitment. A charge of $25 will be billed for any payment returned for NSF or stopped payment. If you withdraw from the university, you are required to pay a prorated portion of all assessed fees up to the date of withdrawal. See the fee refund schedules on page Fee Reductions Deficit programs Undergraduate students who have submitted their petitions to the appropriate dean for a deficit program of 10 or fewer units prior to the first day of instruction (see Petitions ), and who have received approval for verifiable reasons of employment, health, or family responsibility, will receive a 50% reduction of the educational fee and nonresident tuition subject to approval of the Office of Student Life. Please note: approval of a deficit load will not automatically entitle a student to a fee reduction. Refunds will be processed at the end of the quarter in which students are eligible. Therefore, students must pay the full fees in order to complete enrollment by the deadlines. No refund will be made if a student petitions to drop to 10 or fewer units, or increases his/her unit load to exceed 10 units after the first day of instruction. Students who have approval prior to fee assessment for a permanent deficit program through the College of Letters and Science will be automatically assessed 50% of the educational fee and nonresident tuition. Students on a permanent deficit program fee reduction who enroll in more than 10 units at any time will be billed for the full amount of fees and will need to re-apply for permanent deficit through the College of Letters and Science. Financial Aid Warning: Financial aid students who receive an Academic Competitive Grant (ACG) or SMART Grant will have that quarter s grant cancelled if they enroll in fewer than 12 units. Additionally, students who receive a Pell Grant, Cal Grant A, and/or a Cal Grant B will have these grants reduced as a result of their deficit load program (see Special Instructions for Financial Aid, Loan, and Scholarship Students on page 12 for more detailed information). In most cases, the financial aid reduction will exceed the deficit load fee reduction for which a student may qualify; thus, it is highly recommended that financial aid students consult with the Financial Aid Office prior to applying for a deficit load. University Center fee An undergraduate who has petitioned for reduced fees and is enrolled in 5.5 or fewer units is eligible for a full refund of the University Center fee. The refund procedure and determination date for eligibility are the same as for the educational fee above. Students who exceed the maximum limit allowed will be assessed the full fee. In Absentia Fee Reduction for Graduate Students Graduate students who must remain registered and whose research or study requires them to remain outside California for the duration of a quarter may be eligible for in absentia registration, which reduces the university registration fee by one-half. Students are responsible for all other fees, notably non-resident tuition and the education fee. Students apply by completing a graduate student petition (without charge) and securing faculty verification that the student will be outside California for one or more quarters. Students are responsible for taking care of their registration. Consult the Graduate Division for details. Employee Assistance Program Full-time university employees (nonacademic and academic) may be eligible for fee reductions for themselves and are encouraged to contact Human Resources (nonacademic employees) or the Academic Personnel Office (academic employees) regarding details of eligibility and procedures. Filing fee Doctoral students or terminal master s degree students completing the last requirements for a degree may be eligible to pay the filing fee instead of the registration fee. The filing fee is one-half of the current registration fee. (Note: Students are required to be registered during the quarter prior to the filing-fee quarter.) Contact the Graduate Division regarding eligibility and procedures. New students If you have paid $ with the Statement of Intent to Register (SIR), that amount is deducted from fees due. Graduate Doctoral Students: Nonresident Fee The annual nonresident fee is reduced by 100% percent for graduate doctoral students who have advanced to candidacy, subject to the understanding that (a) a graduate doctoral student may receive the reduced nonresident tuition rate for a maximum of three years, and (b) any such student who continues to be enrolled or who re-enrolls after receiving the reduced fee for three years will be charged the full nonresident tution fee rate that is in effect at the time. 8. Mandatory Health Insurance Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP-Undergraduate) The UC Regents require all registered students to be covered by major medical health insurance while attending school. Students are automatically enrolled in the University s Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) unless they complete a waiver form that provides proof of comparable coverage. The waiver form must be submitted each year by the specified deadline. Unless a waiver is granted, students are charged a SHIP fee as part of their registration. This provides a complete health care package when combined with the services available through on-campus Student Health. SHIP is portable, meaning students receive excellent coverage whether they are on campus, at home, or travelling. (On-campus Student Health provides health care to registered students whether they are enrolled in SHIP or have been granted a waiver.) Insurance premiums are non-refundable to students who withdraw from the university; coverage continues through the end of the quarter. Students may appeal to have an insurance payment refunded by contacting Student Health directly. For further information, call Student Health at to speak with an insurance advisor. Website: Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP-Graduate) All graduate students are assessed a quarterly fee for mandatory Student Health Insurance (SHIP). The fee is paid by the appointing department or unit for Teaching Assistants, Teaching Associates, Readers, Tutors/Remedial Tutors, and Graduate Student Researchers, who are appointed 25% time (10 hours per week) or more. All other graduate students must either pay the fee or waive out of the plan by showing proof of comparable coverage under another insurance policy. Looking for Specific Fee Information? A detailed breakout of fees and expenses can be found at: feechart.htm

17 Graduate Students! The Graduate Division website contains a wealth of information on graduate study at UCSB. Check it out: The university graduate student health insurance policy provides year-round and world-wide coverage. Insurance premiums are non-refundable to students who withdraw from the university; coverage continues through the end of the quarter. Students may appeal to have an insurance payment refunded by contacting Student Health directly. Contact the Student Health Service Insurance Office for details regarding coverage. Telephone: (805) Insurance requirement for international students The purchase of health insurance is mandatory (i.e., a condition of enrollment) for all international students. All international students (both undergraduate and graduate) are assessed a fee each quarter for enrollment in the Student Health Insurance Plan. The insurance fee is due at the time of enrollment. The fee is paid by the appointing department or unit for teaching and research assistants who are appointed 25% time or more. All other international students must either pay the fee or waive out of the plan by showing proof of comparable coverage under another insurance policy. In addition, international students must purchase insurance for any family member who accompanies them to Santa Barbara. This coverage is also available. Information about this plan is sent to new international students with their visa documents. Further information, rates, and coverage dates are available from Student Health Service. Telephone: (805) Parking Fees Fees and parking regulations are subject to change without notice. For complete information on parking permits, regulations, services, free parking incentives available through the Transportation Alternatives Program, etc., see Transportation and Parking Services on page 24 in the Campus Services section in this publication. For rate information, please refer to the website at Bicycle Registration and Impound To assist in the recovery of stolen bicycles, comply with state law, and document proof of ownership, the university requires and offers bicycle licensing. A California bicycle license can be obtained from the Community Service Organization (CSO) for a $6.00 fee. The license is good for three years and is valid throughout California. Any bicycle not parked in a rack or designated bicycle parking lot is subject to impound. There is an impound fee of $ (Impound rate subject to change.) For information on bicycle registration and regulations contact the CSO. Telephone: (805) or Make Sure We Can Get In Touch With You Activate your U-Mail Account today at: Pre-Instructional Activities ACCESS Card The ACCESS Card is the primary UCSB student ID card as well as a campus One Card which can be used for a variety of services on campus. Students may obtain their card during the first quarter in which they enroll. ACCESS Cards can be obtained at the ACCESS Photo Center located in the UCen, main level above the Hub, Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Telephone: (805) Please bring proof of registration, a photo ID, and $15 for the onetime processing charge. An alternative I.D. card which has limited uses is available at no charge. If you lose either card, you must pay a replacement fee at the UCen Cashiers Office or the ACCESS Photo Center. 2. Placement Exams and Auditions Preliminary Examinations for Foreign Languages For: All entering new students in the College of Letters and Science who will continue study of a language begun in high school. Students who have already earned college credit in a foreign language should note that regardless of the results of the Foreign Language Placement Examination, credit cannot be granted for any UCSB courses at the same level or a lower level than that already earned at another institution or through Advanced Placement Examination. Students are advised to enroll in language courses immediately since any delay may decrease their proficiency. French Placement into French 1-4: Times: September-May; second Thursday of each month from 2:00-3:50 p.m. Location: Kerr Hall Language Lab, Room 2160 Placement into French 5, 6, 26: See Professor J. Schultz for individual placement during her office hours. Italian Placement into Italian 1-4: Times: September-May; second Thursday of each month from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Location: Phelps Hall, Room 5206 (call for reservation at ) Placement into Italian 5-6: See Professor A. Ellis for individual placement during her office hours. Spanish Times: Wednesdays, May 9, June 6, September 12, October 17, November 14, and December 12, 2007, from 9:00-10:00 a.m., Location: Kerr Hall Language Lab, Room 2160

18 16 Are you an Undergraduate in the College of Letters & Science? Answers to your questions can be found at: For All Other Languages Prior to the first day of the quarter, contact the appropriate language department to learn the date and location of the examination. Results of the Foreign Language Placement Examination will determine proper placement into language courses at UCSB. English Examinations Analytical Writing Placement Examination (AWPE) For: Students who have not satisfied the Entry Level Writing requirement prior to enrollment including: students admitted too late to take the September 2007 Systemwide AWPE, out-ofstate students, and transfer students. Times: Monday, September 24, 2007, 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., Campbell Hall. There is a $65 fee for this examination. The exam may be taken only once. Preregistration is not required. Please bring photo identification and a pen. Exempt are students who scored 680 or above on the writing section of the SAT Reasoning Test (or on the SAT II: Subject Test in Writing taken before June 2004) or who received a score of 3 or above on the Advanced Placement Test in English (literature or composition). Students in these categories should not take this test. Also exempt (from AWPE) are transfer students who have earned a grade of C or higher in an equivalent to Writing 2, prior to transfer. English Language Placement Examination (ELPE) For: All incoming graduate and international undergraduate students for whom English is not their first language. Written Section: Friday, September 21, 2007, 8:00 to 10:00 a.m., Lotte Lehman Concert Hall. Oral Section: (For graduate students only). Appointments are made at the end of the written section. The oral section of the exam is approximately ten minutes. Contact the English as a Second Language Program, or call (805) , for additional information. Math Placement Algebra Diagnostic Test (ADT) For: Every student intending to enroll in Mathematics 3A or 15 must take the Algebra Diagnostic Test (ADT). A minimum score of 32 is required for enrollment in Mathematics 3A. A minimum score of 22 is required for Math 15. The test can be taken online at: This examination covers those parts of algebra and trigonometry most used in calculus. The results of the online test will be available immediately. Any student with questions about the test results or about mathematics courses in general is encouraged to consult a mathematics advisor in South Hall Results on the Algebra Diagnostic Test are substantially improved by reviewing algebra and trigonometry prior to taking the exam. A copy of Precalculus Review Topics may be purchased at the UCSB Bookstore. A student who has obtained a score of 2 on the College Board Advanced Placement Mathematics AB or BC examinations may register in Mathematics 3A without taking the ADT. Those obtaining a grade of 3, 4, or 5 should follow the suggestions under the Advanced Placement, College Board section of the UCSB General Catalog. Music Placement Tests Contact the music department at (805) for times, locations, and further details. Music Theory/Musicianship Placement Tests Incoming music majors, whether freshmen or transfers from other institutions or UCSB departments, must take the departmental exam for placement in the theory program. Placement Auditions Placement auditions are given in piano, voice, and instruments for all students who wish to study privately. Please bring your instrument and music; the department will furnish an accompanist. Contact the music department for details, and to sign up for a specific time and location. CLASS Piano placement audition All incoming music majors who are not piano majors must take an audition for placement in the class piano sequence. Please contact the music department for further details, and to sign up for a specific time. All non-majors wishing to enroll in a basic piano class are also required to take the audition. 3. Pre-professional Meetings Teaching Credential Information Meetings All students interested in credential programs at UCSB should attend one of the information meetings which provides specific information regarding prerequisites, requirements for admission, application procedures, and structure of the credential programs. Department Meetings Tuesday, September 25, 1 p.m. (unless otherwise indicated with *) Anthropology HSSB 2001A Art History Arts 1234 Art* Arts 1316 Asian American Studies HSSB 5044 Black Studies South Hall 3711 Chemical Engineering Buchanan 1940 Chemistry and Biochemistry PSB-N 4606 Chicana/o Studies South Hall 1718 Classics HSSB 4080 Communication Buchanan 1930 Comparative Literature Phelps 6206 Computer Engineering HFH, 1104 Computer Science Phelps 3515 Earth Science Webb 1100 East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies HSSB 2214 Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology** LSB 1001 Economics North Hall 1006 Electrical Engineering HFH, 1104 English South Hall 2716 Environmental Studies Bren Hall 4316 Film and Media Studies Buchanan 1920 French Phelps 5206 Geography Ellison 1832 Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies Phelps 6206 Global Studies HSSB 3201 History HSSB 4020 History of Art and Architecture Arts 1234 Italian Phelps 5206 Latin American and Iberian Studies Phelps 4332 Linguistics South Hall 3607 Mathematics South Hall 6607 Mechanical Engineering ESB, 1001 Medieval Studies HSSB 4020 Media Arts & Technology South Hall 3431 Middle East Studies HSSB 3201 Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology** LSB 1001 Music Music 1145 Philosophy South Hall 5631 Physics Broida 1019 Political Science Ellison 3824 Portuguese Phelps 4312 Psychology Psychology 1824 Religious Studies HSSB 3001E Renaissance Studies South Hall 2607 Sociology Ellison 2816 Spanish Phelps 4312 Statistics and Applied Probability South Hall 5607F Women s Studies South Hall 4631 * Art students meet at 10:00 a.m. ** EEMB & MCDB transfer students meet at 2:00 p.m. Theater & Dance meetings, TBA

19 17 Students who are interested in teaching as a profession should attend a preprofessional experience orientation meeting, which usually follows the informational meetings. Classroom experience is a requirement before entering the Teacher Education Program and can be documented through the Preprofessional Education Program. Contact the Credentials Services Office for a meeting schedule. The office is in Phelps Telephone: (805) Health careers information meeting For: Primary pre-medical students and pre-dental students. Time: Wednesday, September 26, 2:00 p.m., Buchanan Pre-Law meeting For: All students contemplating careers in law. Time: Wednesday, September 26, 3:00 p.m., Buchanan Information, Orientation, and Advising Meetings College of Letters and Science Undeclared Students For: All students in the College of Letters and Science who have not declared their majors. College advisers will discuss program planning and the services of the Letters and Science program. Time: Tuesday, September 25, 9:00 a.m., Buchanan Military Science For: Students interested in obtaining information on the Army ROTC program. Time: Tuesday and Wednesday, September 25 and 26, 10:00 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., Building 451, Room 117. Department Meetings At these required meetings, new students will be informed of departmental procedures and advising systems. Those students who have not formally declared a major are invited to attend the meeting for undeclared students listed above. They may also attend one of the meetings of those majors in which they may be interested. Please refer to the chart on the previous page for meeting locations. Students who are unable to attend may consult their departmental office with questions concerning their majors. Department locations can be found on page 32. College of Creative Studies Annual All-College Meeting For: All students, faculty, and staff in the College of Creative Studies. Time: Wednesday, September 26, 10:30 a.m., Multicultural Center Theater, followed by brief organizational meetings in each of the eight disciplines in Bldg. 494, the All College Photo, and BBQ. College of Engineering College Honors Program For: All College of Engineering students who are in the Honors Program. Time: Wednesday, September 26, 2:00 p.m., Engineering Undergraduate Conference Room, Trailer 698. Gevirtz Graduate School of Education M.A./Ph.D. Department of Education Orientation For: All students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Education. Time: Wednesday, September 26, 2007, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., Phelps 1172A. Ph.D. Department of Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology Orientation For: All students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology. Time: Monday, September 24, :30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., UCSB Cliff House. New and Returning Students Orientation Program and Academic Advising for all New Undergraduate Students Who Missed Summer Orientation New students, both first quarter freshmen and students with advanced standing, who have not already attended Summer Orientation or a college advising session should attend. The programs include essential information on academic requirements, the registration process, campus services, and important deadlines. For New Freshmen: Tuesday, September 25, 10 a.m to 5 p.m., Buchanan Information on the event will be mailed in August to the permanent address of every student who did not attend Summer Orientation. Reservations are required. For New Transfers, College of Letters & Science: Wednesday, September 26, 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon, location TBA. For New Transfers, College of Engineering: Send an to: ucsb.edu to schedule an advising meeting if you missed Summer Orientation. ORIENTATION MEETING AND SERVICE FAIR FOR ALL NEW GRADUATE STUDENTS Orientation Programs and Services Additional information about Orientation s programs and services can be found at: Time: Wednesday, September 26, 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Campbell Hall. New graduate students should attend this meeting to receive important information about registration, academic and financial support through the Graduate Division, Graduate Students Association, and other campus resources. A student-run panel discussion will also be offered. A service fair featuring campus organizawww.sa.ucsb.edu/ orientation/services.htm tions will be held in front of the University Center from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Discovery Days Activities For: All new and returning students. Time: Monday, September 24, through Wednesday, September 26. Discovery Days is a student orientation program that occurs the first week of fall quarter. The schedule of events is published in a calendar mailed to all new students inside a copy of the Daily Nexus before they arrive on campus. You are encouraged to participate in the wide variety of activities highlighted in the calendar. During the week, Orientation Staff will be available in various locations around the campus to answer questions and provide information. For more information, call the Orientation Office at (805) New Student Convocation For: All new freshmen and transfer students. Time: Monday, September 24, 3-4 p.m., Faculty Club Green. New freshmen and transfer students are expected to attend this campus ceremony designed to welcome and induct new students into the university community. International Students Orientation Program For: All new undergraduate and graduate students. Time: Thursday-Saturday, September 20-22, 2007, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Lotte Lehman Concert Hall. Please contact the Office of International Students and Scholars for more information. Telephone: (805) Teaching Assistant Orientation Time: Tuesday, September 25, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., Campbell Hall. A required program for all first-time Teaching Assistants (TAs), graduate student Readers, and undergraduate Readers at UCSB. The day includes campus speakers, a panel discussion by experienced TAs, and two workshop sessions. Workshop topics include: Teaching Problem Solutions; Leading Discussion Sections, Grading Student Writing, Introduction for International TAs, Leading Lab Sections, and many more. For further information, visit:

20 18 Leaving and Returning to UCSB 1. Withdrawal from the University If you determine that you cannot complete a quarter for which you have paid fees, or signed a payment agreement with the Billing Office, you must petition for withdrawal at the Office of the Registrar. If the petition and deadline requirements are met and the approval of your college dean is secured, you will be withdrawn officially. If your petition is filed prior to the first day of instruction, your registration is cancelled and your fees are unassessed. If your petition is filed during the early weeks of the quarter, you may be entitled to a partial refund of the quarterly fees you have paid, or promised to pay, as listed by the fee refund schedule on page 13. In the Colleges of Engineering and Letters & Science, the deadline for submission of the completed petition is the last day of instruction for the quarter. Note: Federal and state regulations require that students who have received financial aid return a portion of that aid if they withdraw before completing 60% of the quarter. If your registration is cancelled, 100% of your aid will be cancelled. Please advise the Financial Aid Office if you will return in a subsequent quarter. When undergraduate students are enrolled in courses and the completed petition is submitted after the final drop deadline, the Office of the Registrar will enter a grade of W for each course in which the student was enrolled. If you have completed the enrollment process and then discontinue work for the quarter without filing a petition for withdrawal, failing grades will be recorded in all the courses in which you have enrolled, you will be ineligible for any refund of fees, and your future registration privileges may be blocked. Upon request, the Office of Student Life will process a withdrawal petition if, due to illness or another emergency, you cannot complete the process personally. Telephone: (805) If the dean of your college approves, you will be withdrawn officially. After withdrawal and before future registration, you must apply for and receive permission to be readmitted/reinstated, explained in section 4 below. You are advised to consult with faculty, departmental or college advisers, and/or Counseling and Career Services before withdrawing so as to consider the full implications of this action. Graduate students: Continuous registration is required of graduate students. Leaves of Absence may be granted under extraordinary circumstances. Consult the Graduate Division for information on eligibility. 2. Lapse of Status Lapse of status is the automatically enforced withdrawal of a student from the university. A student s status may be lapsed for the following reasons: 1) for failure to comply with the conditions for admission, 2) for failure to register and enroll in courses by the deadline stated in the Schedule of Classes, 3) for failure to settle financial obligations when due or to make satisfactory arrangements with the Billing, Accounts Receivable, Collections Office (BARC) if payment cannot be made, 4) for failure to respond to official university notices (including failure to remove blocks). Students who have had their status lapsed are required to pay a prorated portion of all assessed fees up to the date of such lapse in accordance with the fee refund schedule. Financial aid students who have had their status lapsed will have their aid cancelled for the quarter. 3. Leaves of Absence Undergraduates: You may be absent from UCSB for one or more quarters at the conclusion of any quarter without petition, provided you have not paid fees for the following quarter. Remember to apply for readmission well in advance of the quarter you plan to return to UCSB. (See Deadlines on pages 2-5). Petitioning for withdrawal is required only if you 1) withdraw during a quarter, 2) are requesting a refund of fees for the coming quarter, or 3) have signed a deferred payment agreement with the Billing Office. Graduate students: Continuous registration is required of all graduate students. There are six circumstances under which students may be granted a leave: 1) medical emergencies, 2) pregnancy/parenting needs during the first 12 months after the child s birth or placement in the home, 3) emergencies in the immediate family, 4) required military service, 5) Research Leave for students who will be away from the campus conducting research and not using faculty time or University resources, or 6) a Filing Fee Quarter of Leave for students who intend to file the thesis or dissertation the quarter of the leave request. Leave is normally granted for one quarter at a time, up to a maximum of three quarters of leave during a student s graduate career. Research Leave and a Filing Fee Quarter of Leave are counted separately from the first three categories of leave enumerated above. All leave requests require appropriate documentation such as a doctor s note or a letter from the student s research advisor verifying the student s declaration with regard to research travel or degree completion plans. Off-campus employment, lack of funds, or taking time off from school for personal reasons are not considered extraordinary circumstances. Students who lapse status must later seek reinstatement if they wish to return to graduate standing. Graduate students who are granted leave are not eligible for either teaching assistant or graduate student researcher positions or for campus fellowships or financial aid. A leave of absence is no substitute for registered status in the eyes of lending agencies. For additional information, consult the Graduate Division. Website: 4. Readmission and Reinstatement Undergraduates: Undergraduate students who wish to register at UCSB after an absence, a complete withdrawal, cancellation, or lapse of their registration, must file an application for readmission with the Office of the Registrar. Applications are available on the Registrar s website at htm. Readmission opens November 1 (of the preceding year) for fall quarter; July 1 (of the preceding year) for winter quarter; October 1 (of the preceding year) for spring quarter. Readmission deadlines are the second Monday in August for fall quarter, the second Monday in November for winter quarter, and the second Monday in February for spring quarter. These deadlines may be closed without notice, pending enrollment restrictions. The application fee is $60. Readmission is generally approved for students who were on regular academic status when they left UCSB provided that any college-level work completed in the interim is satisfactory and space is available. Transcripts of any course work undertaken elsewhere must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar to complete the readmission process. Undergraduates who were on reinstatementprobation, or were subject to academic disqualification, or dismissed by dean s action when they left the university, will not be considered for readmission unless first reinstated by the provost or dean of their college. The dean will establish the conditions of such reinstatement, if approved. Students who are seeking readmission to the College of Letters and Science after having already completed 155 or more units need the approval of the dean. In some cases, they will be required to submit a Proposed Schedule for Graduation before readmission will be considered. In general, readmission will be approved only for those students whose proposed schedule leads to graduation within 200 total units. As the proposal must be endorsed by the student s major department (and minor department if a minor is planned), students should begin this process several months prior to their intended return. Students in the College of Letters and Science should note the following application deadlines if they are seeking readmission after completion of 155 units or reinstatement after poor academic performance: the second Monday in August for fall quarter; the second Monday in November for winter quartet; the second Monday in February for spring quarter. Those who miss the deadline to apply for their desired quarter will

21 have to apply for readmission (and/or reinstatement) to a later quarter. Any student returning to UCSB following an absence of three quarters or more (excluding summer) must file a new Statement of Legal Residence (SLR) available online at The deadline for submission of an SLR is two weeks from admission or readmission. Graduate students: Graduate students who wish to register after a break in enrollment must petition for reinstatement through Graduate Division. Reinstatement is not automatic and requires the approval of the student s academic department; the student s record will be evaluated in terms of past academic performance and timely completion of the degree. Students seeking to reinstate who have exceeded the time limit for completion of the master s and/or doctoral degrees must also submit a plan and timetable for degree completion to their department and Graduate Division for review and approval. 5. Intercampus Transfer Undergraduates may apply for transfer to another University of California campus. The application is available on-line at UC s PATHWAYS website at: Students may apply on-line November 1-30 for fall quarter, or July 1-31 for winter quarter. If you are or have been enrolled in a regular UCSB quarter, you may apply for an intercampus transfer to another UC campus provided you have not been registered subsequently in a regular term at another collegiate institution. A $60.00 nonrefundable fee is required at the time you submit your application. Application filing periods are listed in the Deadlines section. 6. Intercampus Visitor Program (ICV) The ICV Program allows qualified undergraduate students at UCSB to take advantage of educational opportunities at other UC campuses. Students may take courses that are not available at their home campus, participate in special programs, or study with a distinguished faculty member at another campus for one quarter. Students must meet the following qualifications: Current student in good standing, Completed a year at UCSB, Maintained a GPA of at least 2.0, College approval. For more information about the ICV Program, call (805) or (805) , or send to: Note: The host campus manages the student s financial aid. If you are a financial aid recipient, you must have a copy of your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) sent to the host campus. Use your Student Aid Report (SAR) to make this change, or you can call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at (800) to request the change. If you filed your FAFSA electronically, you may make this change on the FAFSA website at 7. Intersegmental Cross Enrollment Program (ICE) Undergraduate students enrolled in a California Community College or a California State University campus may enroll in a University of California campus without formal admission for a maximum of one course per quarter. Qualifications for this program include: Completion of one term at the home campus, 6 unit minimum enrollment at home campus, 2.0 GPA at home campus, Registered/paid at home campus, Prerequisite requirements met, California resident. ICE applications are available on the Registrar s website at For more information about the ICE Program, call (805) or (805) , or send to: 8. Simultaneous Enrollment Program UC undergraduate students may enroll, without formal admission and without payment of additional University fees, in courses at another UC campus on a space available basis at the discretion of the appropriate campus authorities on both campuses. Students must have completed a minimum of 12 units as a matriculated student at the home campus; be enrolled at both campuses in the current term for a minimum of 12 units as a matriculated student; be in good standing; and have the appropriate academic preparation as determined by the host campus. For more information about the Simultaneous Enrollment Program, call (805) or (805) , or send to: 9. Intercampus Exchange Program for Graduate Students (IEPGS) If approved for IEPGS, enrolled UCSB graduate students may take classes and use many of the facilities at other UC campuses. Using the IEPGS application process, students seek approval from their home department and the host department at the campus they wish to visit. Students are limited to taking courses at another UC that are not available at UCSB and are essential to their degree work. Students must have a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.0 and be in good academic standing. Approval is granted for one quarter (or semester) at a time but may be renewed. If approved for IEPGS, students must register in a minimum of eight units and pay fees at UCSB to be eligible to register and study at the host campus without additional charge. For further information and IEPGS application, consult the Graduate Division website at: edu/academic/petitions/. Looking for career advice? Career Services can help. Check out their website at: Veteran Benefit Programs The Office of the Registrar certifies enrollment for Veterans Chapter benefit recipients to the Veterans Administration (VA) Regional Office in Muskogee, Oklahoma as well as applying the California Fee Waiver for eligible students. College Fee Waiver Program The State of California offers a College Fee Waiver Program to resident children and dependents of service-connected disabled or service-related deceased veterans. This program is administered by the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CDVA). Benefits are awarded on an academic year basis and students are required to reapply each year for continued benefits. If you may be eligible to receive these benefits, contact your local County Veterans Service Office (CVSO). This listing is in the government pages section of your telephone book, under county government. You may also call CDVA at (800) , or visit their website at to learn more about this program as well as other programs offered by the California Department of Veterans Affairs. California Fee Waiver letters of eligibility should be submitted to the Office of the Registrar before the fee payment deadline to avoid late fee penalties. VA Chapter Benefit Programs VA Chapter benefit recipients apply for benefits through the Office of the Registrar and the Western Regional VA Office. All students who apply must complete the Veterans Benefit Request form available at: Those seeking initial verification of eligibility for Chapter benefits should contact the VA Regional Office, P.O. Box 8888, Muskogee, OK 74402, (888) or online at: For further information regarding any of these programs, contact the UCSB VA Benefit Program Coordinator at Reg-Veterans-Benefit- or call (805)

22 20 Examinations, Records, Grades, and Graduation 1. Examinations Final examinations Final examinations are required in all undergraduate courses. The official dates and times for final exams this quarter are stated on page 29. No instructor is authorized to change these times without prior approval of the Undergraduate Council, and you are responsible for arranging your program so that your final examinations will not conflict or fall in rapid succession. Normally, examinations will be written, and a maximum time period for their completion will be announced in advance. You will not be permitted to exceed this maximum. The maximum time for a final in a non-laboratory course is three hours. Individual exceptions from finals are not permitted. Credit by examination If you are enrolled and on regular academic status, you may petition to earn credit by examination during that quarter in an established course or in a subject appropriate for inclusion in the university curriculum. Petitions are available from the Office of the Registrar and must be signed by the dean of your college, the administering instructor, and the department chair, three weeks in advance of the examination date. Examination grades are recorded on your official transcript. Consult the UCSB General Catalog and your college announcement for the full details concerning credit by examination. Looking for Someone? Try the Directory Services website at: 2. Records Privacy of Student Records The Federal Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), and the University of California Policies Applying to the Disclosure of Information from Student Records afford students certain rights with respect to their educational records. Students have the right: 1. To inspect and review records pertaining to themselves in their capacity as students; 2. To seek correction of their student records through a request to amend the records or a request for a hearing; 3. To file complaints with the Department of Education regarding alleged violations of the rights accorded them by the Federal Act; and 4. To request that personally identifiable information from their student records be withheld from disclosure except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. The following information is designated as directory information and normally will be released by the campus without the consent of the student: name, current local and permanent address and telephone number, electronic mail address, date of birth (MM/DD), major, number of units currently enrolled in, class level, dates of attendance, degree/honors awarded, most recent school attended, athletic information including height and weight, and participation in officially recognized organizations. Students have the right to restrict the disclosure of this information. A form to restrict disclosure of any or all of this information is available at the Office of the Registrar. A student requesting such restrictions should be aware, however, of the implications of such a request. One exception, which permits disclosure without consent, is disclosure to campus officials with legitimate educational interests. A campus official is a person employed by the University in an administrative, supervisory, academic or research, or support staff position; a person or company with whom the University has contracted (such as an attorney, auditor, or collection agent); or a student serving on an official committee, such as disciplinary or grievance committee, or assisting another school official in performing his or her tasks. A school official has a legitimate educational interest if the official needs to review an education record in order to fulfill his or her professional responsibility. Upon request, UCSB may disclose education records without consent to officials of another school in which a students seeks or intends to enroll. Questions regarding various privacy regulations can be addressed to the Registrar. 3. Grades At the end of each quarter, the Office of the Registrar will process grades submitted by instructors. Grades are made available to students approximately six days after the last day of finals. Use the GOLD system to review your grade information. Appointments are not necessary. Quarterly Grade Reports Use GOLD to print a copy of your quarterly grade record (grade report). The UCSB grade report includes the courses attempted and grades earned for that term, a cumulative unit summary of your academic record, and quarterly probation and honors status. Any non-uc transferable credit which you have completed is listed separately and is not a part of your UC grade-point average. Incomplete grades Petitioning process The grade Incomplete (I) may be assigned when a student s work is of passing quality but is incomplete. A completed Petition for an Incomplete Grade must be returned to the Office of the Registrar by the last day of the quarter for an I grade to be placed on a student s record. Petitions must be signed by the instructor, and are available in the Office of the Registrar. A $5 processing fee will be billed to the student s BARC account. Notification of the receipt of the approved Petition for Incomplete Grade will be sent to the dean of the student s college and the instructor. In the absence of the petition or another specific grade, the Office of the Registrar will record a grade of F, NP, or U. One-quarter completion deadline The grade of Incomplete may be replaced by a grade as determined by the instructor. You will receive unit credit and appropriate grade points if you earn a passing grade and the coursework is completed by the end of the term following the term in which the I grade was reported. You need not be enrolled for that quarter nor must the course be offered to receive the final grade. Unless the work is completed and a grade is reported to the Office of the Registrar by the deadline, the I will be changed automatically to F, NP, or U, as appropriate. The deadline for completion of coursework for Incomplete grades is the end of the quarter following the quarter the I grade was received. If the instructor is unavailable, the chair of the department in which the course was offered is authorized to supervise completion of the work and to make the appropriate grade change. The instructor or chair has authority to extend the deadline for completion in the event of unusual circumstances that would clearly impose an unfair hardship on the student if the original deadline were maintained. An I grade on the student s record at the time of graduation in a course necessary for the fulfillment of degree requirements will disqualify the student for graduation.

23 21 An I grade on the student s record at the time of graduation in a course not necessary for the fulfillment of degree requirements may be removed only up to the end of the fifth week of the term following the date of graduation. If not removed, it will not be changed to an F or NP but will remain an I grade permanently. At the time of graduation, an I grade in a course taken for a letter grade must be utilized in the computation of the grade-point average. Its effect in that computation is identical to that of an F. Grade changes to incomplete A grade may be changed to an I grade only with the approval of the dean of the student s college or the dean of the Graduate Division, as appropriate, and successful completion of the above petitioning process. Withdrawal grade For undergraduate students, the W grade will be assigned when a student withdraws from the University (or receives approval to drop a course by exception) after the deadline for dropping courses established by the Executive Committee of the college or school in which the student is enrolled. The W grade will be assigned for each course affected. Courses in which a W has been entered on the student s transcript will be disregarded in determining a student s grade-point-average and will not be considered as courses attempted in assessing the student s GPA for graduation. Grade changes If a student believes an incorrect grade has been reported, the instructor should be consulted. All grades except I and IP are final when submitted to the Office of the Registrar by the instructor subject to the provisions given in the current UCSB General Catalog. Thereafter, an instructor may report a correction of a grade only in the case of clerical or procedural error. An instructor also may change a grade in the quarter following that in which the original grade was received if the basis for the change is found in work previously accomplished in the course as a part of the student s regular participation in class activity. However, such changes must not create inequities to others whose grades remain unaltered. No final grade (except I) may be revised by re-examination, and no letter grade may be changed to or from P/NP or S/U. Unofficial transcripts Unofficial transcripts may be ordered on GOLD. Unofficial transcripts ordered prior to 11 p.m. will be available for pick-up at the Office of the Registrar after 1 p.m. the next business day. Unofficial transcripts are only held for three days. Students must present a photo ID when picking up their unofficial transcript. Official transcripts Official transcripts are printed on security paper and display the entire academic history of a student at UCSB. Transcripts are sent first class U.S. mail. Current prices for both transcripts and verifications are available on the Registrar s website at If you wish to expedite the delivery of your transcript, go to ts.htm for pricing and additional information. Current students or those with an active BARC account may order Official Transcripts by accessing the GOLD system at: edu. The fee will be billed to the student s BARC account when ordered through GOLD. Transcripts will not be released if the student has outstanding financial obligations to the university. All written requests must be accompanied by the appropriate payment and the student s signature authorizing the request. Additional information is available on the Office of the Registrar s web-site at: or by calling (805) Official Transcript Orders Paid by Credit Card Official transcripts can be ordered and paid for through our third party credit card vendor. Students will need to furnish their seven-digit permanent ID (Perm) number. The service is available only by website. The additional expenses incurred through this vendor involve service charges for credit card use. Federal Express overnight delivery is also available for domestic delivery only; No P.O. Boxes. Our credit card vendor can be reached from our website at: Verification of student status Official Verifications are printed on security paper with specific statements verifying a student s enrollment, degree status, overall GPA, etc. Current students or those with an active BARC account may order verifications by accessing GOLD. The fee will be billed to the student s BARC account when ordered through GOLD. Enrollment and degree information of most students is now also available on the UCSB Registrar s website at no charge. This includes all students enrolled from 1990 on and many students from previous decades. This website is designed to be used by employers and businesses who just need to verify information without obtaining an official document. To access this information, it will be necessary to have the student s last name and also two of these three pieces of information: first name, last four digits of the student s social security number or birth day and month. Through this website, we can verify the student s dates of attendance and status at UCSB, the student s major and address information and the date the student s degree was awarded. It is available at: What s happening on campus? Find out on the on-line Campus Calendar of Events at: calendar Verifications of enrollment for a given academic term cannot be released until the student has registered and is in paid status for that term. Additional information is available on the Office of the Registrar website at Verifications by the National Student Clearinghouse Enrollment data and degree data including anticipated graduation data are sent to the National Student Clearinghouse three times per quarter, beginning in September for fall quarter, December for winter quarter, April for spring quarter and June for summer session. The Clearinghouse then makes our data available to lending agencies and loan guarantors. Looking for counseling advice? Counseling Services can help. Check out their website at:

24 22 University Library Hours Main Library Regular Schedule Recess Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-midnight 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday 10:00 a.m.-midnight Closed Arts Library Monday-Thursday 8:00 a.m.-10:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Saturday 9:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday 2:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Closed The library is open for extended hours each quarter during Finals Week. These hours are subject to change quarterly. Hours vary on holidays. For more information about the hours for various areas of the library, please call (805) or visit: 4. Graduation Degree evaluations Undergraduates: It is your responsibility to review your academic record regularly to determine that you are making satisfactory progress towards graduation. Students in the College of Letters and Science with 84 or more units completed may request a Junior Progress Evaluation in the college office. College of Letters and Science students with 135 or more units completed may request a Senior Progress Check from the Office of the Registrar. Only one such request will be honored by each office. Progress checks will not be performed if the student has already declared candidacy for graduation. Students in either the College of Engineering or the College of Creative Studies with questions concerning academic requirements should contact their college office or major department. Graduating? Be aware that participating in Commencement ceremonies a n d f i l i n g f o r D e g re e Candidacy are two separate processes for graduation. Refer to the Registrar website for more information: gradinfo.htm The Office of the Registrar prepares an official graduation evaluation. It is designed as a final clearance and will not be completed until the end, or after the close, of the quarter in which you declare your candidacy for graduation. It is not intended to advise you of requirements yet to be fulfilled. Therefore, you are encouraged to review your own records as carefully as possible prior to the beginning of your final quarter and request the progress checks mentioned above. All work used toward completion of degree requirements must be completed in a term ending on or before the last day of the UCSB quarter in which you plan to graduate. Petitions for exceptions to and substitutions for degree requirements are available from your college office. Declaration of Candidacy All undergraduate candidates for a degree must declare their candidacy for graduation by using GOLD no later than the second week of classes in the quarter in which the degree is anticipated. (See Deadlines for specific dates.) Please note: declaring candidacy for graduation is a separate process from participating in commencement ceremonies. (See Commencement below.) Students who discover that they are not eligible to graduate must withdraw their candidacy by using GOLD so that registration material for the following quarter will be prepared. Students must declare candidacy for the new date of graduation, whether withdrawal from candidacy is made by the student or as a result of action by the Office of the Registrar due to deficiencies in meeting graduation requirements. Commencement Commencement is held in June for students who received degrees in the preceding December and March, and for those students who are candidates for degrees in June or summer. Please note: participating in commencement ceremonies is a separate process from declaring candidacy for graduation. (See Declaration of Candidacy above.) Seniors who wish to participate in commencement must make a reservation on GOLD. In order for your name to appear in the commencement book, you must: a) declare your candidacy in the manner outlined above, and b) have completed or plan to complete all degree requirements. Your name will not appear in the commencement book if you have requested to withhold disclosure of public information from your record. Attention Graduating Seniors: Due to limited seating availability, students participating in commencement ceremonies are respectfully requested to restrict their guests to six. Diplomas Diplomas are mailed several months subsequent to graduation. If you need official verification that you did graduate after you have completed your final quarter, you may order an official transcript from the Office of the Registrar. Indicate the date and degree earned on the request. (See Transcripts, Official. ) If you complete your degree requirements but will not graduate until the next official graduation date, and need immediate proof that you have finished your undergraduate education, you may request a verification from the Office of the Registrar. (See Verification of Student Status. ) This verification will be issued only if 1) your records are complete in the Office of the Registrar, and 2) the degree evaluation has been performed and you have fulfilled all of your graduation requirements. Attention Graduating Seniors Due to limited seating availability, students participating in commencement ceremonies are respectfully requested to restrict their guests to six.

25 Campus Services Arts & Lectures The Arts & Lectures program enriches your campus experience by offering a wide variety of performing arts, films, and public lectures. UCSB students get discounted prices on more than 100 events a year; some Arts & Lectures events are free. Website: Visit the Arts & Lectures Ticket Office, located in Building 402 just north of Campbell Hall, or call (805) to purchase tickets, get more information about events, or pick up quarterly brochures describing all the activities offered. Gift certificates are available. Ticket Office hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Telephone recording provides updated information at other times. Arts & Lectures also sells tickets for Department of Dramatic Art plays and dance performances. Career Services Career Services help both undergraduate and graduate students to make choices and decisions about their educational and career options. We provide drop-ins, appointments, workshops, and classes for all stages of the career process, and are sensitive to special issues. Career Services help students turn some of their ideas and plans into realities by assisting them with where and how to get employment or graduate study that meets their career objectives. Offerings of workshops, courses, and resources help students gain the skills and information they need to be successful in their careers. Specific services available include career counseling, interest testing, career and graduate school information and advising, part-time jobs and internships, and campus interviews with employers. For further information about any program or service call Career Services at (805) or visit our website at career.ucsb.edu. Counseling Services College life can be stressful and difficult. When you need help sorting out a personal issue, feel overly stressed, anxious or depressed, Counseling Services can provide an objective person to talk with. Particularly if these issues are interfering with your academic life or causing academic difficulty, our psychologists can help you clarify your values, goals, and identify options. Counseling can also help you in your relationships with others and build self-confidence. Meetings are confidential and no information is released about your counseling without your written consent. Counseling Services also provides group therapy on a number of topics. Counseling Services has peer advisors trained in stress management techniques who can help you learn to cope with the stresses of college life. Come visit the egg and massage chairs for relaxation and stress management. Relaxation and Massage workshops are offered throughout the year. We look forward to helping you as you navigate your way through UCSB. Our services are paid for by your registration fee. Please stop by or look us up at or call (805) for more information. Disabled Students Program The Disabled Students Program (DSP), Student Resource Building (SRB), Room 2124, assists eligible students with disabilities who have special needs related to academic accommodation and the completion of a university degree program. The DSP provides interpreters, note takers, readers, advising, and referrals. An inventory of adaptive equipment is also available. Telephone: (805) Website: Orfalea Family Children s Centers The Orfalea Family Children s Center, located on West Campus, serves the child care needs of student, staff, and faculty families. The center provides a high-quality child care program for children three months to five years of age in fulland half-day classes. The Infant-Toddler Center, located in the new Student Resources Building is scheduled to open in This Center will serve children three months to three years of age. Tuition varies depending on the age of the child and the number of days and hours of attendance. The centers are open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. All students pay a reduced tuition rate. Low-income student parents may also be eligible for a State Department of Education Grant for tuition subsidy. In addition, the Center participates in the Federal Food Program, which provides nutritious meals to children whose families are income eligible. For information and to place your child s name on the waiting list, please call (805) Lost and Found Lost and found service is available behind the Public Safety Building in the trailer next to the CSO office in Lot 32. Office hours vary. Call (805) for further information. The AC- CESS Office in the UCen has a lost and found service for lost ACCESS cards. The lost and found is open Mondays and Fridays from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m., and Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Student Computing Services Student Free accounts are provided to all students by Instructional Computing. U-Mail, the student service, is required by both instructors and university administration. Once you open your account you can have your U-Mail forwarded to your Yahoo, Gmail, or any other account of your choosing. For further information see or contact the U-Mail Help Desk at (805) Computer Labs Drop-in computing is provided by Instructional Computing s Open Access Lab at Phelps Hall Other Instructional Computing labs in UCSB Campus Organizations An alphabetical listing of all active UCSB campus organizations can be found at: campusorgs/ 23 Phelps Hall and Kerr Hall are available for dropin usage when not in use for instruction. Current schedules are available at: or by phone at (805) Software Workshops Instructional Computing provides free software workshops throughout the quarter for a variety of popular software programs. Visit: or call (805) for details. Student Web Publishing The U-Web service, a subsidiary of U-Mail, provides web publishing space for all students. Details are available at and at the U-Mail Help Desk. Student File Storage The U-Storage service, also a subsidiary of U- Mail, provides safe and reliable storage space for your important files. Details are available at and at the U-Mail Help Desk. Student Health (SHS) Medical Services For Enrolled Students Student Health Service hours are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday (Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; limited services are available from 12:00-1:00 p.m., Monday-Friday). We are located across from the Event Center between the residence halls and I.V. making it easy to access health care on campus. We have our own parking lot with plenty of student parking (C sticker required) as well as metered parking available. We offer full service primary care as well as limited specialty care. The following are some of our services available: urgent care, same day appointments, women s health (including annual exams), internal medicine, psychiatry, dermatology, rheumatology, orthopedics, pharmacy, laboratory, x-ray, physical therapy, allergy shots, immunizations, travel medicine, wart removal, HIV testing, minor surgery, accutane therapy,

26 24 health counseling (alcohol & drugs, nutrition, stress management, eating disorders, sexual health), and physicals. To make an appointment, please call (805) Eye and/or Dental care are provided on a fee-for-service basis. Please call these two clinics directly for fee information and appointments: Dental - (805) ; Eye - (805) Student registration/health fees support some services, but there are still additional charges for some services. Please call (805) for specific information regarding fees. If you have health questions and would like information or need help scheduling an appointment please call the Nurse Advisor at (805) In the event of an emergency, students should go directly to one of the local community hospitals, urgent care centers, etc. Students should expect to use their private medical insurance to cover expenses. If you need emergency transportation, call the Campus Rescue Squad at There is a charge for this service. Important Note: SHS is not equipped to handle life-threatening emergencies and does not provide complete 24-hour coverage. It also does not provide specialty care in many areas. Therefore, any accidents or illnesses which cannot be handled by SHS will be referred to local hospitals, facilities, or physicians. All costs incurred will be at the student s expense. Be sure that you have adequate health insurance coverage. For information on university sponsored health insurance, call the Student Insurance Office at (805) Payment Options There are two options available to undergraduate students: 1. A student can pay as they go. We accept cash or checks (made out to U.C. Regents) or we will bill their charges to their BA/RC account. 2. A student can pre-pay for health care through a program called PATH (Prepaid Access To Health care). By signing up for PATH, students do not have to pay the visit or processing fees each time they come to Student Health. Hepatitis B State law requires the Hepatitis B series be complete by the time of enrollment if you are 18 years of age or younger by the first day of classes. This information was sent to you with your Student Intent to Register (SIR) packet and should be completed as soon as possible so registration for classes is not impacted. Forms and information can also be found at: Medical Requirements All intercollegiate athletes are required to have a physical examination at the SHS prior to participation. International students and students born outside of the United States must provide TB clearance. This can be obtained at SHS during the first two weeks of the quarter. If you have withdrawn for medical reasons and are returning after an absence of less than one year, request that your personal physician send a letter to Make Sure We Can Get In Touch With You Activate your U-Mail Account today at: the Student Health Service indicating that your health is improved enough to continue your studies. This letter should include any recommendations regarding limitations of physical activities, etc. Transportation and Parking Services Parking Regulations & Permits UCSB parking permits are required on all vehicles parked on campus at all times. Permits are not required on university administrative holidays. Please check the Transportation & Parking website at for complete, updated parking information. Parking at UCSB is not assigned; it is provided on a first-come, first-served basis. Faculty, staff, and students may park in Faculty, Staff, or Visitor/Student lots with the appropriate permit. Short-term permits (such as 3 hour, daily, evening, and weekend) are sold at the campus parking office (across from Harder Stadium in Lot 30), and from permit dispensers located throughout campus. Annual permits are sold online via the permitstore.com at Valid parking permits are required in all time zones at all times. This includes the time zones in front of on-campus residence halls. A valid parking permit is one that: a) has not expired, b) is displayed properly (in the lower left corner on the dashboard/inside of the front windshield), and c) is used to park in a space designated for that specific type of permit. Permit Eligibility Because parking on campus is extremely limited, students living within two miles of UCSB (including Isla Vista and university owned off-campus housing) are not eligible to purchase a parking permit. Students living outside the 2-mile limit may purchase a Visitor/Student permit and may park in lots designated visitor/ student. A limited number of parking permits are sold to on-campus, residential students. Residential parking permits and lot assignments are awarded on a first come, first served basis, with no guarantee that all requests can be accommodated. Residential Verification Requirement Verification of local residential address, such as a current housing lease agreement, is required in order to purchase a residential student parking permit. At the time of sale, the student will be asked to provide proof of local living address, such as a current housing lease agreement, utility bill, or BARC statement. Parking Meters Parking permits are not valid in metered spaces (even with a parking permit, coin payment is still required). Depending on the lot, the maximum time varies from 20 minutes to 4 hours. Meters accept only quarters. Campus Liability Individuals park on campus at their own risk. Please lock your vehicle. The University of California shall not be liable for any risk or loss of, or damage to, property of individuals, including vehicles or the contents therein, which may result from the use of campus parking services or facilities. Additional information on UCSB parking rules and regulation is available from our website at or, by calling (805) Transportation AlternativeS Program (TAP) Save money on your commute to UCSB! Commute to campus by foot, bike, skate, bus, train, carpool, or vanpool. TAP will provide C status graduate and undergraduate students living at least two miles from UCSB with six complimentary days of parking per quarter as an incentive for doing their share to clear the air. Graduate students employed by UCSB at least 45%, as well as UCSB faculty, postdocs, and staff receive up to 57 hours of complimentary parking per quarter when they join TAP, as an incentive for doing their share to clear the air. TAP is available to all students, staff, and faculty who qualify for and do not currently own a UCSB parking permit. (Carpools may share one parking permit.) To learn more, please visit the website at or call (805) for a free commuter consultation on your money saving options. Please refer to the TAP website for updated information or visit the TAP office adjacent to Parking Services in Building 388. Please note, TAP benefits subject to change. Looking for Someone? Try the Directory Services website at:

27 UCSB Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity (RCSGD) The Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity at UCSB is designed to be a safe and supportive environment for all students, staff, and faculty, emphasizing resources for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and ally (LGBTQIA) community, as well as those who are questioning their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. The RCSGD welcomes a diversity of racial, ethnic, religious, political, and cultural values while advocating for the welfare of those who have historically been marginalized because of their sexual and/or gender identity. The staff of the Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity is committed to serving the campus and larger community with professionalism and respect. The RCSGD provides educational programming, social activities, advocacy, and consultation with the goal of enhancing safety, tolerance, and quality of life in the UCSB community. The Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity is located in the Student Resource Building (SRB), Room Phone: (805) Web site: UCSB Bookstore The campus bookstore is owned by the University and located in the University Center. It is open Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and the Sunday prior to the beginning of a new quarter. There are extended hours the first week of each quarter. Check the website for store hours. The bookstore strives to provide each student with every book needed to support and enhance his/her educational experience at UCSB. Students can purchase books online through the bookstore website before the quarter begins. The bookstore encourages students to purchase all of their books during the first four weeks of the quarter as unsold books are returned to the publisher after the fifth week of the quarter. Textbook refunds are available for the first two weeks of each quarter. Check the website for exact dates and times. Website: University Police The University of California Santa Barbara Police is committed to fulfilling its mission to provide a safe, peaceful, and secure environment of persons and facilities on the campus. A community oriented Police Department accomplishes these goals through education and enforcement. This pro-active department employs 33 sworn full-time officers. The UC Police Officers, who have statewide jurisdiction, maintain 24 hour uniformed patrol on foot, bicycle, and motor vehicles. Officers engage in crime prevention, handling calls for service, investigating crimes, and taking appropriate action. Paramedics and emergency medical technicians provide life-support services 24 hours a day. Both the police and paramedics are dispatched through the Communications Unit located in the Public Safety Building. Communications also handles all campus 911 calls. Assisting the Police Department is the Community Service Organization which employs 80 students. The students act as the eyes and ears for the Police Department. They also register bikes, collect lost and found, and provide escorts for students. The Police Department works with the Women s Center Rape Prevention Education Program. Visitor Center The Visitor Center is located on the ground floor of the Student Affairs Administrative Services Building (SAASB), Room 1102A. A component of the Office of Admissions, the Visitor Center offers one-hour Freshman Admissions presentations on weekdays at 11 a.m., and hour-long walking tours at 12 noon and 2 p.m., excluding holidays. Saturday Admission presentations at 11 a.m. and Saturday tours at noon are only offered in October and April. Transfer Advising sessions are held each Thursday and Friday at 1 p.m., excluding holidays. Website: Women s Center The Women s Center works towards retaining students, staff, and faculty and empowering them to be successful within the academy and beyond. We strive for an inclusive and equitable campus community through advocacy, education, and support services. The Center promotes an understanding of the role and impact of gender in our lives and our society. The Center challenges sexism, racism, heterosexism, ageism, abelism, classism, and other barriers that inhibit full inclusion and equal power in society in order to help people of diverse backgrounds achieve their intellectual, professional, and personal goals and realize their full potential. Through our programs, we work to support lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, questioning, and ally students, staff, and faculty and promote a supporting and accepting climate regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity. Services the Center provides include: rape and sexual harassment prevention education, crisis counseling and advocacy for anyone affected by sexual violence, an art gallery, research library, lectures, films, workshops, support groups, services for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender students, and a re-entry/non-traditional student resource center. A quarterly calendar of activities is available. The Women s Center welcomes both women and men, students, faculty, staff, and community members. The center is located in the new student resource building (SRB) on the first floor. Hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Fridays from 9 a.m. To 5 p.m. Call (805) for further information or visit the website at: scenter/. 25 Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act The University of California, Santa Barbara, is committed to assisting all members of the UCSB community students, faculty, staff and visitors in providing for their own safety and security. The complete UCSB campus safety report, Dedicated to the Safety of Our Community: The Clery Act Campus Security Report (including campus crime statistics, campus policies and substance abuse, sexual harassment, and sexual assault complaint procedures), is available online at cleryact/cleryactcampussecurityreport.asp, or you can request a copy by calling the Office of Student Life at (805) This information is made available in accordance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, formerly the Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act. The web site contains information regarding campus security and personal safety, including topics such as crime prevention, university police law enforcement authority, crime reporting policies, disciplinary procedures, and other matters of importance related to security on campus. The website contains information about crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by UCSB; and on public property within or immediately adjacent to and accessible from the campus. This information is required by law, provided by the Office of Student Life and the campus Police Department, and upholds the campus belief that a well-informed community is better served and safer. UC Santa Barbara makes continual efforts to reduce crime on campus and supports a reporting philosophy that encourages victims or witnesses to report all incidents immediately to either the UCSB Police or anonymously to a Campus Security Authority. However, in cases of sexual assault, the University recognizes that reporting to law enforcement is a personal decision and respects the right of the survivor to make that decision.

28 26 Student Grievance Procedures UCSB is in compliance with all legislation which seeks to eliminate discrimination toward students. Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, and religion. Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex. Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability. Policy action by the Regents of the University of California prohibits discrimination on the basis of age and sexual orientation. Members of the UCSB campus staff are available to answer students questions about nondiscrimination policies and procedures. Information and copies of the grievance procedure are available from these campus offices: Office of Vice Chancellor Student Affairs Michael D. Young, Vice Chancellor Allyn Fleming, Director, Student Affairs Planning and Administration Cheadle Hall 5203, (805) Sexual Harassment Complaint Resolution Officer/Title IX Coordinator Paula Rudolph Cheadle Hall 2121, (805) Office of Student Life Yonie Harris, Dean of Students Student Resource Building (SRB) - 2 nd floor, (805) Administrative Services Farfalla Borah, ADA Compliance Officer Cheadle Hall 4129, (805) Women s Center Sharon Hoshida, Acting Director Student Resource Building (SRB) - 1 st floor, (805) Disabled Students Program Gary White, Director Student Resource Building (SRB) - 2 nd floor, (805) V/TDD Ombuds Office Campus Ombuds Girvetz Hall, Room 1205-K, (805) Office of Equal Opportunity Raymond Huerta, Acting Director South Hall 1503, (805) Associated Students Main Office UCen, Room 1523, (805) Community Affairs Board Office James To, Associate Director UCen 2523, (805) Graduate Division Jodi Anderson, Assistant Dean Cheadle Hall 3117, (805) Student Academic Support Services Yolanda Garcia, Assistant Vice Chancellor Student Resource Building (SRB) - 2 nd floor, (805) Any student who wishes to file a grievance arising from alleged discrimination (other than a contested grade) must do so at the Office of the Vice Chancellor Student Affairs, (805) , Cheadle Hall Sexual Harassment One form of sex discrimination is sexual harassment. UCSB has a policy prohibiting sexual harassment and providing a grievance procedure specifically for this form of discrimination. Copies of the grievance procedure for sexual harassment may be obtained from each of the above mentioned offices as well as the website at www. shot9.ucsb.edu. In addition, the Chancellor has appointed a Sexual Harassment Complaint Resolution Officer. The task of the Complaint Resolution Officer is to assist individuals with their complaints of sexual harassment through the informal and formal procedures described in the sexual harassment policy. Individuals who file a complaint should know that civil law remedies, including but not limited to injunctions, restraining orders, or other orders, may also be available to them. Further information and/or assistance can be obtained from the Sexual Harassment Complaint Resolution Officer, Paula Rudolph,Cheadle Hall Telephone (805) In addition, UCSB provides sexual harassment prevention training to the university community. In September of 2004, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Assembly Bill 1825, which requires all employers to train supervisors about sexual harassment prevention every two years. Therefore, effective January of 2005, all UCSB supervisors and faculty must fulfill a two-hour interactive sexual harassment training requirement. To fulfill this requirement, supervisors and faculty can choose to participate in either in-person or on-line training. For more information about this mandatory training, visit UCSB students and non-supervisory staff members are also encouraged to learn about sexual harassment prevention. Those interested in training options should check the Sexual Harassment Prevention Education website ( for available trainings. In-person trainings also are available for departments and student organizations at any time. To schedule a training, contact Carol Sauceda, Director of Sexual Harassment Prevention and Diversity, at (805) Looking for a website? UCSB s A-Z Index lists all UCSB-related websites in an alphabetical directory at: Register to Vote The 1998 reauthorization of the federal Higher Education Act includes a requirement that higher education institutions make a good faith effort to make mail voter registration forms available to all enrolled students. This federal legislation supports the campus s long-standing goals of engendering leadership and citizenship among the student body. UCSB provides students with several options for registering to vote. Voter registration forms are available at numerous campus locations including the Office of Student Life (Student Resource Building 2nd floor), the U.S. Post Office (UCen), or may be requested on-line at: or by calling VOTE. Students must re-register to vote if they have moved, changed names, or wish to change party affiliation. For further information on registration and voting, contact the Office of Student Life at (805) , or access the UCSB Voter Registration website at: Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act In compliance with the Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act, an annual report containing data concerning gender equity in our Intercollegiate Athletics Program is available upon request. Please call (805) to obtain a free copy. Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 The Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 includes a number of educational tax benefits that may have an impact on students and their families. The act includes the following sections that require the University to report information on students to the Internal Revenue Service: Hope Scholarship Tax Credit: a nonrefundable credit equal (at the time of this printing) to a maximum of $1,650 in out-of-pocket qualified tuition and fee expenses paid by or on behalf of a student for two tax years during which the student is enrolled at least half time in the first or second year of postsecondary education leading to a recognized degree or certificate. Lifetime Learning Credit: a nonrefundable credit equal to 20% of the $5,000 of qualified out-of-pocket tuition and fee expenses paid by or on behalf of a student enrolled in postsecondary coursework at the undergraduate or graduate level leading to a recognized degree or certificate or to improved job skills. For more information about the Taxpayer Relief Act (TRA), refer to this website which services students at the University of California campuses:

29 27 A Statement of Campus Standards Being a student at a world-class institution confers privilege, prestige, and unique opportunity, but it also obligates you to meet a set of standards and to fulfill certain expectations. I ask only three things from you as a student in our academic community: scholarship, leadership, and citizenship. If you deliver these and hold to the values articulated below, your time at UCSB will be more meaningful and what you take away at graduation will be infinitely more valuable. Michael D. Young, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Integrity in Academic Pursuits In an institution where the search for knowledge and truth is the primary goal, integrity in teaching, learning, research, and scholarship is paramount. Dishonesty undermines our common missions. This translates into the obvious: write your own papers, take your own tests, do your own work. Respect and Consideration in Interactions with Others The real test of this value comes when we encounter people whose backgrounds, beliefs, and worldviews differ from our own. If your educational experience is all that it should be, you will graduate prepared to navigate a society that comprises many different kinds of people. You will also graduate having seen and understood different worldviews, and will perhaps expand your own. These are the key skills of the new century, and your education will be incomplete if you graduate without these abilities. Mutual respect is a non-negotiable. What this means is that there are some boundaries that should not be crossed. Intolerant and disrespectful behavior, especially regarding race, sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, and religion, compromises our sense of community and our ability to live and learn together. Free, Open and Respectful Exchange of Ideas Our community requires the respectful exchange of ideas. People should be passionate about what they believe and how they express that belief, but they must also be civil in both word and deed. This principle is particularly important when a community encompasses people who have different backgrounds, worldviews, etc. I am not talking about political correctness, I am talking about basic respect about how people treat one another, not about what people think or believe. Contributions to and Participation in the Community We should all serve the campus and community while we are here. Contributing to the community can take the form of simply being a good citizen, being considerate of neighbors, cleaning up the campus and community, volunteering at a school or social service in town, or helping to raise money for charity. The Division of Student Affairs continues to assist the campus in forging a greater sense of community. Some examples of our efforts include intensified safety programming and a greater campus presence in Isla Vista, renewed efforts in leadership training, promotion of civic responsibility, expanded and enhanced alcohol and other drug educational programming, and a formal ceremonial induction of new students into our community of scholars. If you are interested in being involved in these and other related initiatives, please contact the Office of Student Life at or send to

30 28. U-Mail UCSB Student Service U-Mail is the official student service used by instructors and University administration. All students are required to activate and maintain their U-Mail accounts for the duration of their academic career at UCSB. If you choose to forward your U-Mail to another provider you are required to check and maintain that account. Activating Your Account To be eligible for a U-Mail account you must be registered through the UCSB Office of the Registrar or the UCSB Extension Concurrent Enrollment program. Activate Your Account from any Web Browser 1) have your perm number and social security number handy 2) point your web browser at 3) follow the simple on-screen instructions Accessing Your U-Mail If your have your own computer at home, we recommend any of the following mail programs: Microsoft Outlook & Outlook Express Account Settings and Services Your U-Mail account offers a number of configurable features not available on commercial services, such as mail forwarding, vacation auto-reply, and sophisticated spam handling. Log in to the MyAccount system for details: Web Page Publishing Your U-Mail account includes access to the U-Web student web publishing service. U-Web is great for posting your resume, publishing coursework, or for creative expression. Visit our U-Web site for details: MacOS X Mail Mozilla Thunderbird Qualcomm Eudora UW Pine & PC-Pine Electronic File Storage Still keeping your important fi les on a diskette? Worried about losing that tiny USB drive? Instead store your fi les on U-Storage, your internet filing cabinet. You can store and retrieve fi les anytime from a web browser. And because its stored here at U-Mail you can trust that it ll never get lost. Visit for details on how to confi gure these programs for use with U-Mail. If you don t have your own computer or you re on-the go then we recommend the WebAccess webmail service: Student Directory Looking for your friends and classmates? Check out the U-Mail Directory at: Got Questions? Come by the U-Mail Help Desk in Phelps 1523, call us at , or send a note to

31 Fall 2007 Final Examinations The following schedule indicates when final examinations are to be held this quarter. It is your responsibility to plan your class schedule appropriately so that your finals do not conflict and so that you do not have too many finals on one day. Final examinations are required for all undergraduate courses. Instructors are not authorized to change the published time of final examinations. To determine the time of the final for a course, look up the class time which coincides with the day and hour of the course. Read the left column for the date of your final and the entry at the top of the chart for the time of your final. Examinations are grouped by the beginning hour and the first day that the class meets in a regular week. Examples Finals for M-W-F courses beginning anytime between 9:00 and 9:50 are grouped with the 9:00 courses. Finals for T-R courses beginning at non-standard times (e.g., T-R at 12:00), are grouped with the 12:30 courses. (Standard start times for T-R courses are: 8:00, 9:30, 11:00, 12:30, 2:00, 3:30, 5:00, 6:30, and 8:00) Finals for courses that meet M-T-W-R or M-T-W-R-F from 3:00-3:50 are grouped with the M-W-F 3:00-3:50 courses. Finals for courses that meet W from 2:00-4:50 are grouped with the M-W-F 2:00-2:50 courses. Finals for courses that meet T-W-R from 11:45-12:30 are grouped with the T-R 11:00-12:15 courses. Finals for courses that meet M-W from 3:30-4:45 are grouped with the M-W-F 3:00-3:50 courses. Fall 2007 Common Final Examinations If you are enrolled in courses which have conflicting common finals, please inform your instructor at the start of the quarter. Language Common Finals French 1-6: Monday, December 10, 4 p.m. Portuguese 1-6: Monday, December 10, 8 a.m. Spanish 1-6: Monday, December 10, 8 a.m. All other foreign language courses numbered 1-6: Monday, December 10, 12 noon. All Other Common Finals Chemistry 1AL, 1CL: Monday, December 10, 4 p.m. Physics 6A: Monday, December 10, 7:30 p.m. Writing 1, 1E: Monday, December 10, 8 a.m. Note: According to Academic Senate policy, instructors are not authorized to change these times without prior Academic Senate approval. Students can personally contact the chair of the department about any hardship they experience from a change in the final exam schedule. Contacting the Undergraduate Council is also an option. Any such appeals should be made prior to taking the exam. 29 Please be sure to check carefully for any potential final schedule conflicts. t i m e o f e x a m d a y o f e x a m Monday December 10 Tuesday December 11 Wednesday December 12 Thursday December am Writing 1, 1E; and Spanish and Portuguese language common finals M-W-F 10:00 10:50 T-R 9:30 10:45 M-W-F 9:00 9:50 12 noon 3 p.m. Foreign language common finals (except French, Spanish, and Portuguese) T-R 12:30 1:45 M-W-F 12:00 12:50 T-R 11:00 12: p.m. Chemistry 1AL, 1CL; and French language common finals M-W-F 2:00 2:50 T-R 2:00 3:15 M-W-F 1:00 1:50 7:30 10:30 p.m. Physics 6A common finals T-R 8:00 9:15 p.m. M-W-F 5:00 5:50 T-R 5:00 6:15 p.m. Friday December 14 T-R 8:00 9:15 M-W-F 11:00 11:50 T-R 3:30 4:45 T-R 6:30 7:45 p.m. Saturday December 15 M-W-F 8:00 8:50 M-W-F 3:00 3:50 M-W-F 4:00 4:50 M-W-F 6:00-6:50 p.m.* M-W-F 7:00-7:50 p.m.* M-W-F 8:00 8:50 p.m.* *Courses on these days and times have potential final exam schedule conflicts. Please be sure to review your finals schedule carefully.

32 30 Undergraduate University and General Education Requirements offered Fall 2007 The following list includes courses scheduled for fall 2007 which meet or partially meet University, General Education, General Subject, and Special Subject Requirements effective as of the date of this publication. Students following patterns prior to fall 1994 should consult their college. Not all courses listed meet requirements for all undergraduates; students are responsible for knowing the specific requirements which pertain to them. College of Engineering students are directed to the College of Engineering Program Requirements brochure, and College of Letters and Science students are directed to the Letters and Science Guide to Undergraduate Studies for a definitive summary of requirements and courses. University Requirements AMH American History and Institutions ANTH 131 ARTHI 121A AS AM 2 BL ST 1 CH ST 1A CH ST 188C ENGL 133GC HIST 17A HIST 17AH HIST 166B HIST 175A HIST 177 HIST 179A MS 27 POL S 12 POL S 180 RG ST 7 RG ST 14 RG ST 152 SOC 140 SUB A Subject A LING 12 WRIT 1 WRIT 1E WRIT 1LK General Education Program General Subject Requirements Area A Course 1 WRIT 2 WRIT 2E WRIT 2LK Course 2 ENGL 10 ENGL 10AC ENGL 10EM ENGL 10LC WRIT 50 WRIT 109AC WRIT 109EC WRIT 109ED WRIT 109F WRIT 109HP WRIT 109HU WRIT 109JW WRIT 109L WRIT 109SS WRIT 109ST WRIT 109V B Foreign Language Students may satisfy this requirement by successfully completing quarte r 3 or more advanced work in a foreign language. Note that at UCSB third-quarter Arabic is Religious Studies 10C, third-quarter Hindi is Religious Studies 11C, third-quarter Hebrew is Religious Studies 17C, and third-quarter Tibetan is Religious Studies 30C. C Science, Math and Technology ANTH 5 ASTRO 1 CHEM 1A CHEM 1AL CHEM 2A CHEM 2AC CMPSC 5JA EEMB 3 EEMB 30 GEOG 3A GEOG 3B GEOG 12 GEOL 2 GEOL 4 GEOL 6 GEOL 20 LING 106 MATH 3A MATH 3B MATH 34A MATH 34B MCDB 1A MCDB 23 PHIL 183 PHYS 6A PHYS 6AL PHYS 6C PHYS 6CL PSTAT 5A PSTAT 5E PSY 5 D Social Sciences ANTH 2 ANTH 122 ANTH 130A ANTH 131 AS AM 2 AS AM 8 AS AM 100BB BL ST 1 BL ST 102 CH ST 1A CH ST 176 CH ST 189C COMM 1 ECON 1 ECON 2 ENV S 1 ENV S 130A GEOG 2 GEOG 5 GLOBL 1 GLOBL 2 HIST 7 HIST 17A HIST 17AH HIST 131F HIST 167CB HIST 175A JAPAN 162 LAWSO 1 LING 20A LING 130 MS 27 POL S 12 POL S 150A PSY 1 PSY 102 PSY 103 PSY 105 RG ST 7 RG ST 14 RG ST 115A RG ST 152 SOC 1 SOC 134 SOC 152A SOC 153 WM ST 153 E Culture and Thought ANTH 138TS ARTHI 6A BL ST 5 BL ST 7 C LIT 30A CLASS 106 CLASS 171 EACS 5 ENV S 107C FR 50AX GLOBL 1 HIST 2A HIST 2AH HIST 4A HIST 4AH HIST 4C HIST 4CH HIST 8 HIST 87 HIST 107C HIST 182A KOR 182A LING 30 MES 45 PHIL 1 PHIL 3 PHIL 4 PHIL 20A PHIL 100A PHIL 100B PHIL 100E POL S 188 PORT 125A RG ST 1 RG ST 4 RG ST 80A RG ST 80B RG ST 130 F The Arts ARTHI 5A ARTHI 6A ARTHI 6G ARTHI 6K ARTHI 105G ARTHI 111B ARTHI 111E ARTHI 113F ARTHI 121A ARTHI 130C ARTHI 144A ARTST 1A ARTST 1B AS AM 118 AS AM 146 BL ST 14 BL ST 142 BL ST 161 CH ST 125B CH ST 188C DA 5 DANCE 35 DANCE 36 DANCE 45 FLMST 46 FR 178CX MUS 11 MUS 15 MUS 17 MUS 114 MUS 119A SLAV 130A G Literature BL ST 127 C LIT 30A C LIT 32 C LIT 191 CH ST 184A CHIN 132A CLASS 37 CLASS 40 ENGL 15 ENGL 50 ENGL 101 ENGL 102 ENGL 103A ENGL 104A ENGL 105B ENGL 113PS ENGL 114WR ENGL 122RH ENGL 124 ENGL 133GC ENGL 140 ENGL 152A ENGL 162 ENGL 165TL ENGL 165WT FR 101A FR 101B FR 160X FR 163 FR 196X GER 115C GER 164F GREEK 100 HEB 114A JAPAN 110A LATIN 100 PORT 106A SLAV 123D SPAN 102L SPAN 138 SPAN 140A WM ST 40 WM ST 40H Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement.

33 31 Special Subject Requirements ETH Ethnicity ANTH 131 AS AM 2 AS AM 8 AS AM 100BB AS AM 100CC AS AM 118 AS AM 122 AS AM 146 AS AM 149 BL ST 1 BL ST 14 BL ST 102 BL ST 127 BL ST 142 CH ST 1A CH ST 125B CH ST 168F CH ST 184A CH ST 188C ENGL 50 HIST 131F HIST 179A RG ST 14 SOC 153 WM ST 153 EUR European Traditions ARTHI 6A C LIT 30A CLASS 37 CLASS 40 CLASS 106 CLASS 171 FR 50AX GREEK 100 HIST 2A HIST 2AH HIST 4A HIST 4AH HIST 4C HIST 4CH LATIN 100 PHIL 20A RG ST 80A RG ST 80B NWC World Cultures ANTH 2 ANTH 122 ANTH 130A ANTH 131 ANTH 138TS ARTHI 6K BL ST 5 BL ST 7 BL ST 161 C LIT 32 CHIN 132A DANCE 35 EACS 5 ENV S 130A GEOG 2 GLOBL 1 HIST 87 HIST 156B HIST 182A JAPAN 110A JAPAN 162 KOR 182A LAIS 100 MES 45 POL S 150A RG ST 4 SOC 130 QNT Quantitative Relationships ASTRO 1 CHEM 1A CHEM 1AL CHEM 2A CHEM 2AC CMPSC 5JA EEMB 30 GEOL 2 GEOL 4 GEOL 20 MATH 3A MATH 3B MATH 34A MATH 34B PHYS 2 PHYS 3 PHYS 3L PHYS 6A PHYS 6AL PHYS 6C PHYS 6CL PSTAT 5A PSTAT 5E PSY 5 WRT Writing ANTH 116 ANTH 122 ANTH 138TS ANTH 143 ARTHI 5A ARTHI 6A ARTHI 6G ARTHI 6K ARTST 1A ARTST 1B AS AM 8 AS AM 100BB AS AM 122 AS AM 137 BL ST 1 BL ST 5 BL ST 7 BL ST 14 BL ST 102 BL ST 127 C LIT 30A C LIT 32 CH ST 1A CH ST 184A CHEM 2AC CHIN 132A CLASS 106 CLASS 171 COMM 1 COMM 150 DANCE 36 EACS 5 ED 165 EEMB 124 EEMB 179 ENGL 15 ENGL 50 ENGL 101 ENGL 102 ENGL 103A ENGL 104A ENGL 105B ENGL 113PS ENGL 114WR ENGL 122RH ENGL 124 ENGL 133GC ENGL 140 ENGL 152A ENGL 162 ENGL 165TL ENGL 165WT ENGR 103 ENV S 1 ENV S 20 FLMST 46 FLMST 101A FR 50AX FR 160X FR 178CX GEOG 148 GEOL 6 GEOL 104A GER 115C GER 164F GLOBL 1 GLOBL 2 HEB 114A HIST 2A HIST 2AH HIST 4A HIST 4AH HIST 4C HIST 4CH HIST 7 HIST 8 HIST 17A HIST 17AH HIST 87 HIST 123A HIST 131F HIST 167CB HIST 179A HIST 182A JAPAN 110A JAPAN 162 KOR 182A LAIS 100 LING 30 LING 137 LING 138 MS 27 MUS 12 MUS 15 MUS 114 MUS 119A PHIL 1 PHIL 4 PHIL 20A PHIL 100A PHIL 100B PHIL 100E PHYS 13AH POL S 7 POL S 12 PORT 125A PSY 90A PSY 112L PSY 120L PSY 154 RG ST 4 RG ST 7 RG ST 14 RG ST 80A RG ST 80B RG ST 106 RG ST 130 SHS 50 SOC 130 SOC 134 SOC 153 SOC 154A SOC 176A WM ST 40 WM ST 40H WM ST 80 WM ST 80H WM ST 153 WM ST 162 WRIT 105MW WRIT 105RW WRIT 110MK Search for General Education courses Use the GOLD system to search for fall 2007 classes that will meet University, Special Subject, and General Education Requirements gnet.ucsb.edu

34 32 Academic Department Directory College of Creative Studies, Building 494 (805) , College of Engineering, Undergraduate Studies Office, Harold Frank Hall, 1006 (805) , Chemical Engineering, Engineering II, 3357 (805) , Computer Engineering, Harold Frank Hall, 4157 (805) , Computer Science, Harold Frank Hall, 2104 (805) , Electrical and Computer Engineering, Trailer 380, Room 101 (805) , Materials, Engineering II, 1355 (805) , Mechanical Engineering, Engineering II, 2355 (805) , College of Letters and Science, Office of Student Academic Affairs, Cheadle 1117 (805) , Anthropology, HSSB 2001 (805) , Art, Arts 1316 (805) , Asian American Studies, HSSB 5044 (805) , Biomolecular Science and Engineering, Interdepartmental Graduate Program in, Life Science & Technology Bldg, Rm (805) , Black Studies, South Hall 3631 (805) , Chemistry and Biochemistry, Physical Sciences North 1631 (805) , Chicana and Chicano Studies, South Hall 1713 (805) , Classics, HSSB 4080 (805) , Communication, Ellison 4836 (805) , Comparative Literature, Phelps 6206 (805) , Computer Science, Harold Frank Hall, 2104 (805) , Earth Science, Webb Hall 1006 (805) , East Asian Languages and Cultural Studies, HSSB 2214 (805) , Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology, Life Science & Technology Bldg, Rm (805) , lifesci.ucsb.edu/eemb/ Economics, North Hall 2121 (805) , English, South Hall 2607, (805) , Environmental Studies, Bren Hall 4312 (805) , Exercise & Sport Studies, Recreation Center 2102 (805) , Film and Media Studies, Ellison 1720 (805) , French and Italian, Phelps 5206 (805) , Geography, Ellison 1832 (805) , Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies, Phelps 6206 (805) , Global and International Studies, HSSB 3044 (805) , Global Peace and Security, HSSB 3044 (805) , History, HSSB 4001 (805) , History of Art and Architecture, Arts 1234 (805) , Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, HSSB 6046 (805) , Interdisciplinary Studies, Cheadle 1117 (805) Jewish Studies, HSSB 3044 (805) , Latin American and Iberian Studies, Phelps 4206 (805) , Law and Society, Girvetz Hall 2326 (805) , Linguistics, South Hall 3607 (805) , Marine Science, Interdepartmental Graduate Program in, Life Science & Technology Bldg, Rm (805) , marinegp.ucsb.edu Mathematics, South Hall 6607 (805) , Media Arts and Technology, South Hall 3431 (805) , Medieval Studies, HSSB 4001 (805) , medievalstudies.ucsb.edu Middle East Studies, HSSB 3044, (805) , Military Science, Bldg. 451, Room 119 (805) , Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Life Science & Technology Bldg, Rm (805) , lifesci.ucsb.edu/mcdb/ Music, Music 1314 (805) , Philosophy, South Hall 5631 (805) , Physics, Broida 3019 (805) , Political Science, Ellison 3834 (805) , Psychology, Psychology East 1814 (805) , Religious Studies, HSSB 3001E (805) , Renaissance Studies, South Hall 2607 (805) , Sociology, Ellison 2834 (805) , Spanish and Portuguese, Phelps 4206 (805) , Speech and Hearing Sciences, Harder 1058 (805) , speech.ucsb.edu Statistics and Applied Probability, South Hall 5607A (805) , Theater and Dance, Theater and Dance, Bldg. 223 (805) , Women, Culture, and Development, HSSB 3044 (805) , Women s Studies, South Hall 4631 (805) , Writing Program, South Hall 1520 (805) , Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, 2400 Donald Bren Hall (805) , Gevirtz Graduate School of Education, Department of Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology, Phelps 1110 (805) , Department of Education, Phelps 2206 (805) , Teacher Education Program, Phelps 2517 (805) ,

35 Fall 2007 Course Listing When considering a course in which to register, pay special attention to the column entitled Messages. The messages appear in the far right column and in some cases directly below the course. Restrictions on enrollment listed here are enforced at the time of registration during Pass 1. These restrictions may be lifted after Pass 1. If consent of the instructor or department is required for enrollment, contact the instructor or department to determine whether you are qualified prior to registration. All courses listed in this publication are subject to change without notice. Refer to GOLD at ucsb.edu/gold for the latest course information. Anthropology ANTH 2 INTRO CULT ANTHRO STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CAMPB HALL GE: NWC, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F NH 1109 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 1112 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis F NH 1109 STAFF Dis W PHELP 3505 STAFF Dis T PM PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis T PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis M ARTS 1245 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis T ARTS 1247 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis R NH 1109 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis F NH 1109 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis R ARTS 1247 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis F GIRV INTRO PHYSICAL ANTH STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF MUSIC LLCH GE: C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis F NH 1109 STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3505 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 116 MYTH, RITUAL, SYMB Hancock M E 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1910 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 3505 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3505 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 3505 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1425 STAFF Dis F PHELP ANTH OF WORLD SYSTM STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1174 GE: NWC, WRT, D. 130A 3RD WORLD ENV PROSP Stonich S C 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 GE: D, NWC. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis W ARTS NORTH AMER INDIANS Glassow M A 4.0 Let Lec MWF EMBAR HALL AMH. GE: NWC, D, ETH. 132TS CERAMIC ANALYSIS Smith S T 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP CULT DEVEL MESOAMER STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV TS ARCH OF EGYPT Smith S T 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 GE: E, NWC, WRT. Upper Division only. 143 INTRO SOCIAL THEORY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 1425 GE: WRT. Upper Division only. 149 WORLD AGRICULTURE Cleveland D A 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2620 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1251 STAFF Dis R GIRV SEM PRIM HUM SX BEH STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem W GIRV 1108 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 162 PREHIST FOOD PROD STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1247 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

36 34 Anthropology Art Studio 165 HISTORY-ARCHAEOLOGY STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV RURAL CALIFORNIA Palerm J-V 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB 2001A Upper Division only. 169 EVOLUT COOPERATION STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem MWF ARTS INTERN ARCHAEO REC Glassow M A 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 183 INTERN ARCH RES MGT Glassow M A 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 187 CLASH OF CULTURES STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS CULT ANTH INTERN STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194 FLD TRNG ARCH STAFF 1-8 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194P PRACTICUM FIELD/LAB STAFF 1-4 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 195A SR HONORS PROGRAM STAFF 4.0 IP Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Open to ANTH Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 195B SR HONORS PROGRAM STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - final quarter. Seniors only. Open to ANTH Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 198 INDEP READINGS ANTH STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEP STUDIES ANTH STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 199RA RESEARCH TRAINING STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 206 CUR PROBS IN ARCH STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem T PM HSSB ISSUES PHYSICL ANTH Walker P L 4.0 Let Lec R HSSB 2201 GRAD Students only. 234 ADV EVOLUTION PSYCH Tooby J 4.0 Opt Sem T PM HSSB A RSCH METH CULT ANTH Stonich S C 1-4 Let Sem W HSSB 2018 GRAD Students only. 277 FAC GRAD PROSEMINAR Voorhies B 2.0 SU Sem R HSSB 2018 GRAD Students only. Open to ANTH Majors Only. 501 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 594 FIELD RESEARCH TRNG STAFF 2-12 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 596 DIR READING & RSCH STAFF 2-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 IND STUDY M.A. COMP STAFF 2-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA & PRE-CAND PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Anthropology. Aswani S Glassow M A...06 Lauer M T...27 Smith S T Voorhies B...18 Bray F A Gurven M D...24 Mines M...12 Stonich S C Walker P L...19 Cleveland D A Hancock M E...36 O Connor M I...26 Taber P K Yang M...21 Crawford D L Harthorn B H...07 Oaks L M...23 Tate J P Cremers M H Hines J D...13 Palerm J-V...29 Tooby J Ford A Jochim M A...22 Robertson A F...09 Tripcevich N Gaulin S J Kundu M...11 Schreiber K J...35 Villarreal M Art Art Studio ARTST 1A VISUAL LITERACY Taschian H J 4.0 Opt Lec MW IV THEA2 GE: F, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis T ARTS B TWENTIETH CENT ART STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1174 GE: F, WRT. 1C INTRO CONTEMP ART Reese H 2.0 Opt Lec T PM IV THEA2 7B IMAGE STUDIES Beltz E A 4.0 Opt Lec M GIRV 1004 A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Std WF ARTS 1342 STAFF Std WF ARTS 1342 STAFF Std TR ARTS 1342 STAFF Std TR ARTS INTRO CONTEMP PAINT Beltz E A 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 2628 Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. Fee charged. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

37 Art Studio BEG SPATIAL PRACT Mulfinger J 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 0641 Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. Fee charged. 14 LOWER-DIVISN PRINT STAFF 4.0 Opt Lab MW ARTS 2235 Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. Fee charged. 18 L/D DRAWING STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW ARTS 2636 Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. Fee charged. 19 L/D PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec M ARTS 1426 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Lab WF KERR 2160 STAFF Lab MW KERR STRAT DIGITAL MEDIA Budgett G 4.0 Let Lec TR KERR 2160 Pass 1 & 2 restricted to ARTST, CRTST, ART Majors Only. 100 INT PAINTING Argent P 4.0 Opt Lab TR ARTS 2422 Fee charged. 101 ADV PAINTING STAFF 4.0 Opt Lab F ARTS 2432 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 102 DIG MED TOOL BOX Jevbratt L V 4.0 Opt Lec MW ARTS INT 3D SCULPTURE Yasuda K 4.0 Opt Sem F ARTS 0641 Fee charged. 110 INT PRINT STAFF 4.0 Opt Lab MW ARTS 2235 Fee charged. 117 INT DRAWING Beltz E A 4.0 Opt Lab F ARTS 2636 Open to ART, ARTST, CRTST Majors Only. Fee charged. 120 INT PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lab MW ARTS 1242 Fee charged. 130 VISUAL ART/CULTURE Legrady G T 4.0 Opt Lec RF ARTS 1340 Upper Division only. 136 PERSONAL NARRATIVE Fulbeck L K 4.0 Opt Lab MW ARTS 1340 Upper Division only. 137 SPOKEN WORD Fulbeck L K 4.0 Let Lab MW ARTS 1340 Upper Division only. 192 INTERNSHIP ART ST STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 196 HONORS SEMINAR Jevbratt L V 4.0 Let Sem W PM ARTS 1318 Upper Division only. Open to ARTST, ART Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA RESEARCH ASSISTANCE STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 244 GRAD SEM CRITIQUE STAFF 4.0 Let Sem W PM ARTS 1340 GRAD Students only. 261 ALL FACULTY SEMINAR Reese H 2.0 Let Sem T PM IV THEA2 GRAD Students only. 501 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 591A DIR STDY VIS ARTS STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 591DP MFA DRAW/PAINT STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 591IM DIR ST INTERMEDIA STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 591PH DIR STUDY PHOTOG STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 591PM MFA PRINTMAKING STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 591S DIR STU MFA SCULPT STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 593MS MFA THESIS PROJECT STAFF 2-12 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 595 DIR HIST READ & RES STAFF 4.0 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Art Studio. Argent P Ekstrom L...13 Kinoshita Y...36 Ream T L Wong S Y...31 Beckman L B Fulbeck L K...14 Legrady G T...26 Reese H Yasuda K...06 Beltz E A Gardner C...08 McMurtry R G...23 Rickels L A Zimmerman N J...32 Brown G H Gipe L...20 Mulfinger J...17 Ross R H Budgett G Hebdige R W...15 Novak M J...18 Taschian H J Callister J Jevbratt L V...07 Peljhan M...10 Vanderpool J DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

38 36 Art Studio Asian American Studies Art Courses in Related Departments Media Arts and Technology MAT 200A ARTS & TECHNOLOGY Legrady G T 4.0 Let Sem T CNSI 2611 A Lab/Dis is Required. Legrady G T R CNSI B COMPUTER W/ MEDIA Pope S T 4.0 Let Lec TR MUSIC 2215 F SH 4341 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 233 MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW ARTS 2220 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 240A DIGITAL AUDIO PROG Pope S T 4.0 Let Lec T PM MUSIC MUSIC SYSTEMS PROG Pope S T 4.0 Let Sem TR MUSIC 2215 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 276LA DIG AUDIO MONTAGE Roads C 2.0 Let Lec M MUSIC 2215 GRAD Students only. Open to MAT, ECE, CMPSC, PHYS, MATH Majors Only. 276N SPC TPCS ELEC MUS Roads C 4.0 Let Lec W PM MUSIC INTERNSHIP INDUSTRY STAFF 1-4 Let Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 594A SPECIAL TOPICS Novak M J 1-4 Let Sem W CNSI B SPECIAL TOPICS Novak M J 1-4 Let Sem R PM CNSI GL SPECIAL TOPICS Legrady G T 1-4 Opt Sem T B A 594SP SPECIAL TOPICS Pope S T 1-4 Let Sem T B A 595M SEMINAR SERIES Manjunath B S 1-2 SU Sem F BUCHN DIRECTED RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Media Arts and Technology. Abbado A Kouznetsov A...24 Medrano F A...16 Pisca N A Turk M A...04 Allen P M Kuchera-Morin...33 Newman E D...21 Pope S T Wolcott W F...22 Amatriain X P Legrady G T...09 Norman A J...19 Putnam L Gibson J D Liu A Y...05 Novak M J...03 Roads C Jevbratt L V Makino Y...23 Overholt D J...05 Shetty N A Kawalek N L Manjunath B S...06 Peljhan M...11 Sturm B L Asian American Studies AS AM 2 ASAM RACE RELATION Park J S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV 1004 AMH. GE: ETH, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis T PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1228 STAFF Dis F SH 1430 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis W HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis F HSSB INTRO ASAM GEN/SEX Fujino D C 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1004 GE: WRT, ETH, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T HSSB 5024 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis F NH BB JAPANESE AMERICANS Fujino D C 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1112 GE: D, ETH, WRT. 100CC FILIPINO AMERICANS Zulueta B C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 3505 GE: ETH. 100HH SOUTHEAST ASIANS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH AS AM/POP CULTURE Wong E Y 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1111 GE: F, ETH. 122 ASIAN AMER FICTION Lee J K 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1426 GE: ETH, WRT. 125 AS AM PLAYS Harsha A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM GIRV COLONIALISM Park J S W 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BSIF MULTIETHNIC AS AM Cherot N K 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM GE: WRT. Letter grade required for majors. 138 AS AM SEXUALITIES Shimizu C P 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH RACE, SEX, FILM Shimizu C P 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1109 GE: F, ETH. 149 SCREENWRITING Cho J G 4.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB 1210 GE: ETH. 175 AS AM THEORY & METH Lee J K 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 246 RACE SEX & CINEMA Shimizu C P 4.0 Opt Sem TR NH 1109 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

39 Asian American Studies Biological Sciences BMSE Black Studies LAB FOR TAS STAFF 4.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Asian American Studies. Cherot N K Fujino D C...05 Lee J K...10 Shimizu C P Zhao X...06 Chhuon V Fulbeck L K...14 Lee Jung J...24 Singh Jaideep Cho J G Harsha A...09 Ninh E K...34 Souryasack R Cruz J D Lam N A...32 Park J S W...07 Spickard P R Daniels D H Lau C Y...29 Park Yo...31 Wong E Y Biological Sciences The Department of Biological Sciences is organized into two departments: the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology (EEMB) and the Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB). For courses previously designated as Biology, Botany, or Zoology, please refer to the EEMB and MCDB course listings in this Schedule of Classes. Information on majors may be obtained at Biomolecular Science and Engineering BMSE 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 201B NUCLEIC ACIDS Perona J J 2.0 Opt Lec TR Class meets 09/27 thru 11/ PROTEIN ENG & DES Sagermann M 3.0 Opt Lec TR Class meets 11/05 thru 12/ A BIOCHEMICAL KINETIC Lew G J 1.0 Opt Lec MWF BSIF 1217 Class meets 11/05 thru 11/ PROTEIN BIOCHEM Waite J H 2.0 Let Lec MWF BSIF 1217 GRAD Students only. Class meets 09/27 thru 11/ STRAT MOLEC GENETIC STAFF 1.0 Let Lec MWF BSIF 1217 Class meets 11/19 thru 12/ TOPICS IN BIOL CHEM Dahlquist F W 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Fygenson D K 260 RES PROG IN BMSE Mahan M J 1.0 SU Sem T LSB 1001 GRAD Students only. 262 BMSE RESEARCH PROG STAFF 1.0 SU Sem F WEBB SEMINAR IN BMSE Mahan M J 1.0 SU Sem R LSB A BIOMOL MAT SYNTH Morse D E 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290B BIOMINERALIZATION Stucky G D 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290BP BACTERIAL PATHOGEN Mahan M J 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290DN DEV NEUROBIO Clegg D O 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290HW MAR STRUCT PROT Waite J H 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290PM MOL PLANT-MIC INT Cooper J B 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290PR PROT-NUC ACID INT Perona J J 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 592 BMSE LAB ROTATION STAFF 3.0 SU Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to BMB Majors Only. 595 BMB LIT SEMINAR STAFF 2.0 Opt Sem F BUCHN 1934 Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 595BM LIT BIOMOL MATRLS Reich N O 2.0 SU Sem W GIRV EZ LIT ENZYMES Reich N O 2.0 SU Sem T B A 596 DIRECTED READ RSRCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 598 MASTERS THEIS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to BMB Majors Only. 599 PH.D. DISSERT PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Biomolecular Science and Engineering. Butler A Fygenson D K...03 Mahan M J...53 Safinya C R Tirrell M V...24 Carbon J A Gerig J T...09 Mitragotri S...15 Sagermann M Vandenberg C...19 Christofferse Hayes C S...12 Morse D E...51 Saleh O A Waite J H...98 Clegg D O Israelachvili...10 Parsons S M...20 Samuel C E Wilson L...65 Cooper J B Jaeger L A...43 Perona J J...16 Sears D W Cotter P A Kosik K S...14 Pincus P A...13 Singh A K Dahlquist F W Lew G J...25 Plaxco K W...39 Smith W Daugherty P S Lipman E A...22 Reich N O...04 Soh H T Doyle F Low D A...50 Rothman J H...02 Stucky G D Black Studies BL ST 1 INTRO AF-AM STUDIES Lipsitz G R 4.0 Let Lec TR BRDA 1610 AMH. GE: ETH, WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1211 STAFF Dis W HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis R SH 1609 STAFF Dis T PM SH 3711 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

40 38 Black Studies Chemical Engineering STAFF Dis W SH 3711 STAFF Dis R HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1207 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis R HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis R GIRV BLACKS & WEST CIV Robinson C J 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA2 GE: NWC, WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W SH 3711 STAFF Dis R SH 3711 STAFF Dis W PM SH 3711 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis T HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis T LSB INTRO CARIB STUDIES McAuley C 4.0 Let Lec TR HFH 1104 GE: NWC, WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis W SH 3711 STAFF Dis T SH 3711 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis T SH 3711 STAFF Dis F PHELP HISTORY OF JAZZ Woods C A 4.0 Let Lec TR BUCHN 1940 GE: ETH, WRT, F. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T SH 3711 STAFF Dis W SH 3711 STAFF Dis T SH BLK RADS & RAD TRAD Madison O F 4.0 Let Lec MWF PHELP 1260 GE: ETH, WRT, D. Upper Division only. 127 BLACK WOMEN WRITERS Duran J M 4.0 Let Lec MWF TD 1701 GE: ETH, WRT, G. Upper Division only. 133 GNDR & SEX IN BLST Banks I 4.0 Let Lec MW NH 1109 Upper Division only. 136 BLACK FEM THOUGHT Banks I 4.0 Let Lec MW WEBB 1100 Upper Division only. 142 MUS AFRO-AMER USA Stewart E L 4.0 Let Lec TR IV THEA2 GE: ETH, F. Upper Division only. 161 THIRD WORLD CINEMA Akudinobi J 4.0 Let Lec R PM BUCHN 1930 GE: F, NWC. A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Akudinobi J Dis W PM BUCHN NC SPEC TOPIC IN BL ST STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1425 Upper Division only. 191W SPEC TOPIC IN BL ST Madison O F 4.0 Let Lec W HSSB 2201 Upper Division only. 193GG SEM BLACK STUDIES Stewart E L 4.0 Let Sem W SH 3711 Upper Division only. 193WW SEM BLACK STUDIES Woods C A 4.0 Let Sem R SH 3711 Upper Division only. 193Y SEM BLACK STUDIES McAuley C 4.0 Let Sem T HSSB 3201 Upper Division only. 195A HONORS THESIS STAFF 4.0 IP Sem T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 197 FIELD RESEARCH STAFF 1-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 501 TEACHING METH BL ST STAFF 1-4 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READING & RSCH STAFF 2-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA THES RSCH & PREP STAFF 2-8 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Black Studies. Akudinobi J Daniels D H...13 Madison O F...10 Robinson C J Woods C A...20 Banks I Duran J M...11 McAuley C...44 Smith J D Chancy M J Johnson G T...19 Michel C...06 Stewart E L Curtis S Y Lipsitz G R...15 Pigeon G G...03 Strongman R D Chemical Engineering CH E 1A ENGR & SCI METHOD Tirrell M V 1.0 PNP Sem W BRDA INTRO TO CHEM ENGR Doyle F 3.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR A Lab/Dis is Required. Doyle F M ESB INTRO. TO RESEARCH STAFF 1-3 Opt Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 119 CURRENT EVENTS CH E Mitragotri S 1.0 PNP Sem W PM ENGR Seborg D E 120A TRANSPORT PROCESSES Mitragotri S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ENGR Letter grade required for majors. Open to CHEME, EE, ME, NUCE, CMPSC, PRCMP, INDV, ECE Majors Only. 121 COLLOID/BIOSURFACES Israelachvili 3.0 Let Lec TR ENGR Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

41 Chemical Engineering Chemistry and Biochemistry SEPARATION PROCESS Scott S L 3.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR Open to CHEME, EE, ME, NUCE, CMPSC, PRCMP, INDV, ECE Majors Only. 132B COMP METHODS IN CHE Sandall O C 3.0 Let Lec TR ENGR B CHEM REACTION ENGR Chmelka B F 3.0 Let Lec TR ENGR A PROC DYN & CONTROL Seborg D E 4.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR R ENGR ENGR CELL BIOLOGY Daugherty P S 3.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR UNDERGRAD RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 198 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 210A THERMO & STAT MECH Shell M S 4.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF T ENGR A MATRIX ANLYSIS COMP Smith R S 4.0 Let Lec MW BREN D PDE S FINITE ELEM Atzberger P J 4.0 Let Lec TR SH A ADV TRANSPT PROCESS Leal L G 4.0 Let Lec TR ENGR Squires T M A Lab/Dis is Required. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Leal L G F ENGR Squires T M 222B COLLOID INTRF II Zasadzinski J 3.0 Let Lec MW ENGR LEVEL SET METHODS Gibou F G 4.0 Let Lec MW A ADV THEO METH ENGR Chmelka B F 4.0 Let Lec TR ENGR A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. Chmelka B F F ENGR C NONLINEAR DYNAMICS Doherty M F 3.0 Let Lec TR ESB SEMINAR STAFF 0.5 SU Sem TR ENGR RES GROUP STUDIES STAFF 1-2 SU Lec T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 594 SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 598 MS RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Chemical Engineering. Aydil E S Fredrickson G...23 Lange F F...21 Pincus P A Shell M S...41 Banerjee S Haber S...31 Leal L G...16 Pine D J Speck J S...24 Chmelka B F Han Songi...46 Liou M...37 Plaxco K W Squires T M...34 Clarke D R Hanna O T...07 Lucas G E...27 Redondo A Theofanous T...06 Daugherty P S Holden P A...11 Maroudas D...12 Rinker R G Tirrell M V...29 Deming T Homsy G...43 McFarland E W...17 Sandall O C Weinberg W H...19 Denbaars S P Israelachvili...10 Mellichamp D...08 Scott S L Zasadzinski J...14 Doherty M F Khammash M...48 Mitragotri S...03 Seborg D E Zok F...36 Doyle F Kramer E J...28 Odette G R...02 Seshadri R Chemistry and Biochemistry CHEM 1A GEN CHEM Hooker T M 3.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM 1179 GE: QNT, C. Van Koppen P Lec MWF CHEM 1179 Hooker T M Lec MWF CHEM 1179 Watts R J Lec MWF CHEM AL GEN CHEMISTRY LAB Van Koppen P 2.0 Opt Lab M PSB-N 2637 GE: C, QNT. Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PM PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PM PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PM PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

42 40 Chemistry and Biochemistry Van Koppen P Lab M PM PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab M PM PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PM PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PM PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PM PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PM PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PM PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PM PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PM PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PM PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PM PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PM PSB-N 2666 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

43 Chemistry and Biochemistry 41 Van Koppen P Lab R PM PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PM PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PM PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PM PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PM PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab F PSB-N 2637 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab F PSB-N 2638 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab F PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab F PSB-N 2654 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab F PSB-N 2664 Fee charged. 1C GEN CHEM Watts R J 3.0 Opt Lec MWF HFH CL GEN CHEMISTRY LAB Van Koppen P 2.0 Opt Lab M PM PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab T PM PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab W PM PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. Van Koppen P Lab R PSB-N 2653 Fee charged. 2A GEN CHEM-HONORS Laverman L E 3.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 1115 GE: C, QNT. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 2AC GEN CHEM LAB-HONORS Laverman L E 2.0 Let Lab R PSB-N 2666 GE: C, QNT, WRT. Honors students only. Fee charged. Laverman L E Lab R PSB-N 2666 Honors students only. Fee charged. Laverman L E Lab R PM PSB-N 2666 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Fee charged. 6AL ORGANIC CHEM LAB Pettus T R 3.0 Opt Lec M PM CHEM 1179 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pettus T R Lab T PSB-N 1662 Pettus T R Lab T PSB-N 1670 Pettus T R Lab T PM PSB-N 1652 Pettus T R Lab T PM PSB-N 1662 Pettus T R Lab T PM PSB-N 1670 Pettus T R Lab R PSB-N 1662 Pettus T R Lab R PSB-N 1670 Pettus T R Lab R PM PSB-N 1652 Pettus T R Lab R PM PSB-N 1662 Pettus T R Lab R PM PSB-N 1670 Pettus T R Lab F PSB-N 1652 Pettus T R Lab F PSB-N 1662 Pettus T R Lab F PSB-N 1670 Pettus T R Lab F PM PSB-N 1652 Pettus T R Lab F PM PSB-N 1662 Pettus T R Lab F PM PSB-N BH ORG CHEM LAB (RSCH) Pettus T R 3.0 Let Lab T B A Open to BCHEM, CRTST, CHEM Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 6BL ORGANIC CHEM LAB Pettus T R 3.0 Opt Lab MW PSB-N 1652 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab MW PSB-N 1662 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab MW PSB-N 1670 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab MW PM PSB-N 1652 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab MW PM PSB-N 1662 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab MW PM PSB-N 1670 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab TR PSB-N 1662 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab TR PSB-N 1670 Fee charged. Pettus T R Lab TR PSB-N 1652 Fee charged. 6CH ORG CHEM LAB (RSCH) Pettus T R 3.0 Opt Lab T B A Open to BCHEM, CHEM, CRTST Majors Only. Fee charged. 6CL ORGANIC CHEM LAB Pettus T R 3.0 Opt Lab MW PM PSB-N 1641 Pass 1 restricted to CHEM, BCHEM Majors Only. Fee charged. 99 INTRO TO RESEARCH STAFF 1-3 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

44 42 Chemistry and Biochemistry 109A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Aue D H 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1610 Bruice P Y Lec MWF CHEM B ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Bruice P Y 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HFH C ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Aue D H 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM L INTRO-BIOCHEM-LAB Kahn K 4.0 Let Lec M CHEM 1171 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Kahn K Lab MW PM PSB-N 2619 Kahn K Lab TR PSB-N 2619 Kahn K Lab TR PM PSB-N 2619 Kahn K Lab WF PSB-N A PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Buratto S K 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1171 A Lab/Dis is Required. Buratto S K Dis M PHELP 1440 Buratto S K Dis T NH 1111 Buratto S K Dis F PHELP A PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY Shea J 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1940 A Lab/Dis is Required. Shea J Dis M NH 1109 Shea J Dis F PHELP 3515 Shea J Dis T ARTS A FUNDS QUANTUM CHEM Han Songi 3.0 Opt Lec TR BSIF CL INORG SYN PHYS LAB Laverman L E 3.0 Opt Lec M A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Laverman L E Lab MW PSB-N 1641 Laverman L E Lab TR PSB-N 1641 Laverman L E Lab TR PM PSB-N A STAT MECHANICS Brown F L 3.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV STRUC REAC ORG CHEM Little R D 3.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP SYNTH ORG REAC Bode J W 3.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP A BIOCHEMISTRY Kahn K 3.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV THE RNA WORLD Jaeger L A 3.0 Let Lec MW ANALYTICAL CHEM Devries M S 3.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM ADV ANALYTICL TECHN Nguyen T T 3.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP A DRUG DESIGN Reich N O 3.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM BIOINORGANIC CHEM Butler A 3.0 Let Lec TR GIRV A ADV INORG CHEMISTRY Hayton T W 3.0 Opt Lec MWF PSYCH HONORS RESEARCH STAFF 3.0 Let Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 193 INTERNSHIP CHEM STAFF 1-3 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 196 SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 1-4 Opt Lec T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to CHEM, BCHEM Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 217A STAT MECHANICS Brown F L 3.0 Let Lec TR GIRV TOPICS IN PHYS CHEM Kirtman B 1-4 Opt Lec MWF LSB A FUND. QUANT. CHEM Han Songi 3.0 Opt Lec TR BSIF 1217 GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 227 STRUC REAC ORG CHEM Little R D 3.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP SYNTH ORG REAC Bode J W 3.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP A CHEM ASPECT BIO SYS Kahn K 3.0 Let Lec MWF GIRV 1004 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 243 THE RNA WORLD Jaeger L A 3.0 Opt Lec MW A DRUG DESIGN Reich N O 3.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM ORG ARROW PUSH Hawker C J 2.0 Opt Lec R PM PHELP 1420 GRAD Students only. 268A ADV INORG CHEMISTRY Hayton T W 3.0 Opt Lec MWF PSYCH 1824 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 270 SEMINAR INORGANIC Hayton T W 2.0 SU Sem W PM PSB-N 4606 GRAD Students only. 271 BIOINORG CHEM Butler A 3.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1108 GRAD Students only. 272 REACTION MECHANISMS Ford P C 3.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1934 GRAD Students only. 290 SEM IN CHEM & BCHEM STAFF 2.0 Let Sem R CHEM 1005D GRAD Students only. 293 FAC RESCH SEMINAR Wudl F 2.0 SU Lec T B A GRAD Students only. 501A LAB TEACHING TECH Van Koppen P 2.0 SU Sem M PSB-N 4606 GRAD Students only. 595 GROUP STUDIES Pettus T R 2.0 Opt Tut W LSB 1101 Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIRECTED READ RSRCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 1-3 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 M A RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

45 Chemistry and Biochemistry Chicana and Chicano Studies Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Chemistry and Biochemistry. Anderson C B Butler A...57 Hooker T M...11 Moskovits M Seshadri R...48 Aue D H Cheetham A...32 Jaeger L A...43 Nguyen T T Shea J...40 Bazan G C Dahlquist F W...45 Kahn K...27 Offen H W Stucky G D...56 Bode J W Devries M S...21 Kemper P...33 Parsons S M Waite J H...98 Bowers M T Ford P C...08 Kirtman B...14 Perona J J Watts R J...23 Brown F L Gerig J T...09 Laverman L E...19 Pettus T R Wodtke A M...30 Bruice P Y Han Songi...46 Lipshutz B H...34 Plaxco K W Wudl F...12 Bruice T C Harris D O...10 Little R D...29 Reich N O Bunton C A Hawker C J...60 Metiu H I...31 Sagermann M Buratto S K Hayton T W...07 Millikan R C...17 Scott S L Chicana and Chicano Studies CH ST 1A INTRO CHICANO/A STD Garcia M T 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA1 AMH. GE: ETH, WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W NH 1111 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis R PM SH 1609 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 1224 STAFF Dis T PM SH 1609 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis W PM NH 1105 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2129 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1224 STAFF Dis W PM SH 1609 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis W HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis W HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F ARTS 1251 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 1108 Garcia M T Dis F HSSB 1224 Honors students only. 9A MAYA HISTORY Aldana G V 4.0 Opt Lec MW ARTS 1251 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis F GIRV INTRO CHICANO SPAN Benavides A 4.0 Opt Lec MTW PM SH IND STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 120 INDIGENOUS MESTIZOS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB B CONTEMP CHICANO ART Lopez A L 4.0 Opt Lec T PM GIRV 1116 GE: F, ETH. Upper Division only. 132 HIST CHICANA/O EDUC Yosso T J 4.0 Let Lec MW SH 1431 Upper Division only. 162 GUERRILLA DIGI VID Sandoval C 4.0 Opt Lec T PM PSYCH L GUERRILLA LAB STAFF 1.0 Opt Lab R PM KERR 2160A 168F RACISM AMER HIST Santos J 4.0 Let Lec TR PM TD 2600 GE: ETH. 176 SOCIAL CHANGE Barvosa-Carte 4.0 Let Lec TR BSIF 1217 GE: D. Upper Division only. 177 GLOBAL SOCIAL MVMNT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW WEBB A CHICANA WRITERS Limon G M 4.0 Opt Lec R PM PSYCH 1802 GE: ETH, WRT, G. 188C CHCNO THTR WORKSHOP Palacios M A 4.0 Opt Lec W PM GIRV 2135 AMH. GE: F, ETH. 189C CULTURES-GLOBAL Inda J X 4.0 Opt Lec TR BSIF 1217 GE: D. 191DF PUERTO RICAN HIST Fujino D C 4.0 Opt Lec TR IC TRNSNAT L CHIC STDS Casillas J J 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP A COMMUNITY STUDIES Marquez M 1-5 Opt Fld M PM HSSB HA HONORS SEMINAR STAFF 4.0 Let Tut M ELLSN 2816 Seniors only. Open to CHST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA IND RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 200A HIST AND NARRAT Garcia M T 4.0 Let Sem T GIRV 2135 GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 220 INTERDISC METHODS Aldana G V 4.0 Let Sem R GIRV 2135 GRAD Students only. 230 TEACH PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

46 44 Chicana and Chicano Studies Classics 250A THEORY CHIC NOVEL Lomeli F A 4.0 Let Sem W PM GIRV 2110 GRAD Students only. 501 T.A. TRAINING STAFF 4.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 596 DIR READING & RES STAFF 2-6 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 598 MA RESEARCH PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 599 DISSERT RESEARCH STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Chicano Studies. Aldana G V Garcia M T...08 Inda J X...35 Roque Ramirez Vargas Z...15 Armbruster R Garcia P J...10 Latorre G M...12 Sandoval C Yosso T J...09 Barvosa-Carte Guerena S...17 Leal L...04 Segura D A Broyles Y J Herrera Sobek...23 Lomeli F A...16 Talamantez I De la Pena S Huerta R...14 Marquez M...13 Trevino J D Classics CLASS 37 GREEK LIT IN TRANSL Gallucci R 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM HSSB 1174 GE: EUR, G. 37H GREEK LIT TRANS-HON Gallucci R 1.0 Let Sem T GIRV 1108 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 40 GREEK MYTHOLOGY Erickson B L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF IV THEA1 GE: EUR, G. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis W ARTS 1247 STAFF Dis T ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis W HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis R PM LSB 1101 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis T PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1260 STAFF Dis W ARTS 1241 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis T PM NH 1111 STAFF Dis R PHELP 1260 STAFF Dis W SH 1431 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis R PHELP 1260 STAFF Dis T ARTS 1241 STAFF Dis T HSSB H GREEK MYTH-HONORS Erickson B L 1.0 Let Sem W HSSB 4202 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 80A GREEK CIVILIZATION Gallucci R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB INTRO TO RESEARCH STAFF 1-3 Opt Tut T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 106 MAGIC-MEDIC GREECE Dutsch D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1173 GE: WRT, EUR, E. 171 GREEK ARCH & LIT Gallucci R 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM HSSB 1173 GE: EUR, E, WRT. 185AA UNDERGRAD SEMINAR Lindheim S H 4.0 Opt Sem TR HSSB 4065 Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 198 SPECIAL READINGS STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEPEND. RESEARCH STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 201 PROSEMINAR STAFF 2.0 Opt Sem T HSSB 4065 GRAD Students only. 231 SEM LIT STUDIES Dunn F M 4.0 Let Sem W HSSB 4065 GRAD Students only. 500 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 2.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Open to CLASS Majors Only. 501 LANG TEACH PRACT STAFF 2.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Open to CLASS Majors Only. 597 PREP FOR COMP EXAMS STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Classics. Athanassakis Erickson B L...08 Jordan B...04 Renehan R F Dunn F M Gallucci R...05 Lindheim S H...03 Shelton J Dutsch D Hahn F V...02 Morstein-Marx...09 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

47 Classics College of Letters & Science 45 Classics Greek GREEK 1 ELEMENTARY GREEK Souther C J G 4.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB ELEMEN MODERN GREEK STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB INTRO GREEK PROSE Dutsch D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 4201 GE: EUR, G. 199 INDEP STUDY GREEK STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 240A GREEK PROSE COMP Renehan R F 2.0 Opt Sem R HSSB 4065 GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Greek. Athanassakis Dutsch D...07 Hahn F V...02 Morstein-Marx Condos T Erickson B L...08 Jordan B...04 Renehan R F Dunn F M Gallucci R...05 Lindheim S H...03 Shelton J Classics Latin LATIN 1 ELEMENTARY LATIN Lindheim S H 4.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis MTWRF HSSB 1211 STAFF Dis MTWRF HSSB INTRO LATIN PROSE STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV 2129 GE: EUR, G. 116 CICERO Morstein-Marx 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB HORACE Dunn F M 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 216 CICERO Morstein-Marx 4.0 Opt Dis TR HSSB 4065 GRAD Students only. 238 HORACE Dunn F M 4.0 Opt Dis TR HSSB 4065 GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Latin. Athanassakis Erickson B L...08 Jordan B...04 Renehan R F Dunn F M Gallucci R...05 Lindheim S H...03 Shelton J Dutsch D Hahn F V...02 Morstein-Marx...09 College of Letters and Science Courses in Related Departments Interdisciplinary INT 94AV FRSHMAN SEMINARS Scheff T J 1.0 PNP Sem M NH 2119 Freshman Seminar. Men only. Scheff T J Sem M NH 2119 Freshman Seminar. Women only. 94BJ FRSHMAN SEMINARS Devries M S 1.0 PNP Sem W CHEM 4606 Freshman Seminar. 94BW FRSHMAN SEMINARS Beltz G 1.0 PNP Sem M LSB 1101 Freshman Seminar. 94DA FRSHMAN SEMINARS Danhauer J L 1.0 PNP Sem R HARDR 1035 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94DS FRSHMAN SEMINARS Weissglass J 1.0 PNP Sem R HSSB 4201 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/15 thru 12/02. 94EI FRSHMAN SEMINARS Reich N O 1.0 PNP Sem T HSSB 2201 Freshman Seminar. 94ES FRSHMAN SEMINARS Poole S J 1.0 PNP Sem F Freshman Seminar. STAFF Sem F Freshman Seminar. 94GG FRSHMAN SEMINARS Fulbeck L K 1.0 PNP Sem T ARTS 1340 Freshman Seminar. 94GL FRSHMAN SEMINARS Holmes D E 1.0 PNP Sem T PHELP 1440 Freshman Seminar. 94GO FRSHMAN SEMINARS Talamantez I 1.0 PNP Sem T HSSB 2251 Freshman Seminar. 94GQ FRSHMAN SEMINARS Garcia M T 1.0 PNP Sem R SH 1623 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94GW FRSHMAN SEMINARS Spickard P R 1.0 PNP Sem M LSB 1101 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 11/05 thru 12/09. 94HG FRSHMAN SEMINARS Adams A J 1.0 PNP Sem S ARTS 2622 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/15 thru 10/28. 94HK FRSHMAN SEMINARS Lim S 1.0 PNP Sem T PM GIRV 1108 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94IA FRSHMAN SEMINARS Fruhstuck S 1.0 PNP Sem R GIRV 1108 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94IP FRSHMAN SEMINARS Driskel D B 1.0 PNP Sem M PM ELLSN 1714 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94IT FRSHMAN SEMINARS Awramik S M 1.0 PNP Sem R PSB-S 2721 Freshman Seminar. 94JY FRSHMAN SEMINARS Kippin T E 1.0 PNP Sem W SH 1430 Freshman Seminar. 94KE FRSHMAN SEMINARS Fogu C 1.0 PNP Sem W HSSB 1206 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

48 46 College of Letters & Science Communication 94KW FRSHMAN SEMINARS Raley R M 1.0 PNP Sem M GIRV 1108 Freshman Seminar. 94LF FRSHMAN SEMINARS Cabranes-Gran 1.0 PNP Sem W PM PHELP 1440 Freshman Seminar. 94LG FRSHMAN SEMINARS Callister J 1.0 PNP Sem W Freshman Seminar. 94LH FRSHMAN SEMINARS Bermudez S 1.0 PNP Sem T PM Freshman Seminar. 94LI FRSHMAN SEMINARS Prezelin B 1.0 PNP Sem MW PM BIOL2 R Freshman Seminar. 94LJ FRSHMAN SEMINARS Egan R C 1.0 PNP Sem T PM PHELP 3505 Freshman Seminar. 94LK FRSHMAN SEMINARS Nisbet R M 1.0 PNP Sem F PHELP 1440 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 11/05 thru 12/09. 94S FRSHMAN SEMINARS Kohl D M 1.0 PNP Sem T B A Freshman Seminar. 185IV INT HUMANITIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Communication COMM 1 INTRO COMMUNICATION Mullin D I 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA1 GE: WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to Seniors. STAFF Dis F GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1207 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1210 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis F NH 1109 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1210 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1207 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis F GIRV COMM RESEARCH METH Mullin D I 4.0 Let Lec TR BUCHN 1910 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1119 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2127 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis F GIRV MEDIA LITERACY Potter W J 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1431 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 107 INTERPERSONAL COMM Afifi W A 4.0 Opt Lec MW IV THEA2 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 109 LANG & SOC IDENTITY Reid S A 4.0 Opt Lec MW PM BUCHN 1930 Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 116 INTERNET & SOCIETY Flanagin A J 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA2 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 117 PERSUASION Nabi R L 4.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1640 Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 118 COMM TECH & ORG Flanagin A J 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA2 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 120 INTERVIEWING Lieberman D A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1173 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 121 COMM AND CONFLICT Jansma L L 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN 1414 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 122 MICRO/MACRO ORG COM Myers K K 4.0 Opt Lec T PM PSYCH 1824 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 124 FAMILY COMM Afifi T D 4.0 Opt Lec MW PSYCH 1824 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 126 GENDER AND COMM Jansma L L 4.0 Opt Lec TR HFH 1104 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 128 INTERGROUP COMM Giles H 4.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1640 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 3515 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 3515 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

49 Communication Comparative Literature ORG COMM: GLOB PERS Stohl C 4.0 Opt Lec MW CHEM 1179 Upper Division only. Open to COMM Majors Only. 132 ELECTR MEDIA POLICY Mullin C R 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 134 SOC INFLUE ON MEDIA Metzger M J 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1105 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 150 GRP COM MULT CONTXT Stohl C 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1930 GE: WRT. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 155 HEALTH COMM Lieberman D A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1173 Upper Division only. Open to COMM, INTST Majors Only. 170 COMMUNICATION LAW Mullin C R 4.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1640 Open to COMM, INTST, LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. 181A SENIOR HONORS THES Flanagin A J 4.0 Opt Tut T B A Seniors only. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 194 GROUP STUDIES ADV STAFF 1-12 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 200 COMM THEORY CONSTR Rice R E 4.0 Let Sem T ELLSN A COMM RES METHOD Linz D G 4.0 Opt Sem R ELLSN 4824 GRAD Students only. 206 GROUP COMMUNICATION Seibold D R 4.0 Opt Sem W PM ELLSN 4824 GRAD Students only. 213 MASS MED, IND & SOC Metzger M J 4.0 Opt Sem T ELLSN 4824 GRAD Students only. 224 FAMILY COMM Afifi T D 4.0 Opt Sem M ELLSN 4824 GRAD Students only. 500 TEACH COLLEGE COMM Mullin D I 3.0 SU Sem W ELLSN APPRENTICE TEACHING STAFF 3.0 SU Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 502 PRAC TEACHING ASSOC STAFF 3.0 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 503 RESEARCH PRACTICUM STAFF 3.0 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 505 ISSUES IN COMM RES STAFF 1.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 593A DIRECTED READING STAFF 2-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596A DIRECTED RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 PREP FOR QUAL EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 MAS THESIS RES PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 DISSERTATION PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Communication. Afifi T D Jansma L L...19 Mullin C R...22 Potter W J Stohl M S...06 Afifi W A Lieberman D A...14 Mullin D I...17 Reid S A Weber R...12 Bimber B Linz D G...08 Myers K K...23 Rice R E Wiemann J M...24 Flanagin A J Metzger M J...11 Nabi R L...13 Seibold D R Giles H Mulac A J...07 Pitts M J...10 Stohl C Comparative Literature C LIT 30A MAJ WORKS-EUROP LIT Kittler W D 4.0 Opt Lec TR MUSIC LLCH GE: EUR, E, G, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab M ARTS 1247 STAFF Lab F GIRV 2127 STAFF Lab F PHELP 1440 STAFF Lab T HSSB 1223 STAFF Lab F GIRV 1119 STAFF Lab F HSSB 1223 STAFF Lab F SH 1430 STAFF Lab F HSSB 1223 STAFF Lab F GIRV 2108 STAFF Lab F HSSB 1224 Kittler W D Lab T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 32 MIDDLE EAST LITS. Reynolds D F 4.0 Opt Lec MW TD 1701 GE: WRT, G, NWC. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis F HSSB CREATIVE CHAOS Holland J 4.0 Opt Sem TR PHELP 1260 Upper Division only. 186NO INTERDISCIP STUDIES Spieker S 4.0 Opt Lec TR Upper Division only. 191 FANTASY/FANTASTIC Jullien D M 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1802 GE: G. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

50 48 Comparative Literature Computer Science 195 JR./SR. SEMINAR Oliver E V 4.0 Let Sem TR PHELP 6309 Upper Division only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 200 SEM COMPARATIVE LIT Kittler W D 4.0 Opt Sem W PM NH 1111 GRAD Students only. Holland J Sem T LSB 1101 GRAD Students only. 260 LITERARY TRANSLATN. Levine S 4.0 Opt Sem R PHELP TA PRACTICUM Kittler W D 4.0 SU Lec T B A Reynolds D F Lec T B A 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-18 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 IND ST MA & PH D STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 M A THESIS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DIS RE & PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Comparative Literature. Abbott H P Egan R C...18 Levy S...17 Poot-Herrera Spieker S...22 Aldana G V Fogu C...50 Lindheim S H...30 Powell W Tobin R W...26 Berry M S Fradenburg L...09 Lowry K...28 Prieto E Waid C J...35 Camilo-Dos-Sa Gutierrez-Jon...07 Lundell T L...20 Re L Warner W B...34 Carlson J A Helgerson R...15 Lupi J P...49 Reynolds D F Weber E...12 Cole C M Hoffmeister G...24 Maleuvre D...46 Rickels L A Williams S...36 Corum R Holland J...37 McCracken E...02 Saltzman-Li K Wittman L...33 Derwin S Jullien D M...40 Nesci C...32 Sharrer H L Young K...38 Duffy A E Kittler W D...13 O Connell M W...04 Skenazi E C Dunn F M Levine S...23 Oliver E V...44 Snyder J R Computer Science CMPSC 5JA INTRO COMP PROG Jacobson E T 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 1006 GE: C, QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCMP, PRCPS, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis M PHELP 1401 STAFF Dis M PHELP COMPUTER PROGRAM Costanzo C 4.0 Let Lec MWF A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCMP, PRCPS, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis M PHELP JA PROG LANG LAB Jacobson E T 1.0 PNP Lab T PHELP Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCMP, PRCPS, PRCME Majors Only. 12 PROG METHODS IN C Carlin F H 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 1119 A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to CMPSC, PRCMP, CPSCI, PRCPS, CMPEN, PRCME Majors. STAFF Dis F PHELP PROGRAMMING METHODS Su J 4.0 Let Lec TR A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCMP, PRCPS, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis F PHELP INTRO COMP SYSTEMS Zheng H 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1508 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCMP, PRCPS Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV FOUNDATION COMP SCI Egecioglu O 4.0 Let Lec TR PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCPS, PRCMP, PRCME, ECE, EE, CMPEN Majors Only. STAFF Dis W PHELP 1425 STAFF Dis F PHELP INTRO TO C C++ UNIX Costanzo C 4.0 Let Lec MWF A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRCMP, PRCPS, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV INT COMPUTAT SCI Gilbert J R 4.0 Let Lec MW A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F GIRV A DATA STRUCT ALGOR Suri S 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1260 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, CMPEN, CPSCI, EE Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis M PHELP AUT & FORML LANG Van Dam W 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP 1508 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, CMPEN, CPSCI Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP A HRDW/SFTW INTERFACE Krintz C 4.0 Let Lec TR SH 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F TRANS PROG LANG Sherwood T P 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 2128 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, CMPEN, CPSCI Majors Only. STAFF Dis M PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1444 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

51 Computer Science Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology A ARTIF INTELLIGENCE Turk M A 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 1111 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, CPSCI, CMPEN, EE Majors Only. STAFF Dis W PHELP 1401 STAFF Dis W PHELP OPERATING SYSTEMS Wolski R M 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 3505 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, CMPEN, EE, CPSCI Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP A COMP COMM NETWORKS Belding E M 4.0 Let Lec TR PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, EE, CPSCI, CMPEN Majors Only. STAFF Dis M NH 1111 STAFF Dis F PHELP COMPUTER GRAPHICS Wang Y F 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 1119 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F PHELP PROJECTS COMP SCI STAFF 4.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 193 INTERN IN INDUSTRY STAFF 1-4 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 196 UNDERGRAD RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 IND STUD COMP SCI STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 211A MATRIX ANLYSIS COMP Smith R S 4.0 Let Lec MW BREN D PDE S FINITE ELEM Atzberger P J 4.0 Let Lec TR SH LEVEL SET METHODS Gibou F G 4.0 Let Lec MW APPX NP-COMP & ALG Gonzalez T F 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP TRANS MGT DATABSES El Abbadi A 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP COMPUTER NTWORKS Zhao B Y 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP NETWORK SECURITY Vigna G 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP D SP TOP: INFO MGMT Singh A 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP I SP TOP: INTELL SYST Hollerer T 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP N SP TOPICS: GENERAL Chong F T 4.0 Let Lec WF PHELP TECH COMP SCI TEACH Petzold L 1.0 SU Sem W Petzold L Sem W PM TEACHING COMPTR SCI Petzold L 1-4 SU Tut T B A 593 CS GRAD TUT STAFF 12.0 SU Tut T B A Open to CMPSC Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 594 COMP SCI GRAD SEM Kayfetz J L 1-5 Opt Sem TR DIRECTED RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 STUD M S/PH.D EXAMS STAFF 1-12 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 598 THESIS RES PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 599 PH.D DIS RES PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Computer Science. Agrawal D El Abbadi A...04 Konheim A G...31 Smith T R Wood R C...20 Almeroth K C Frew J E...26 Krintz C...16 Su J Yang T...12 Belding E M Gibou F G...25 Manjunath B S...28 Suri S Zhao B Y...23 Bultan T Gilbert J R...02 Marcus M...08 Turk M A Zheng H...30 Cappello P R Gonzalez T F...33 Melliar-Smith...34 Van Dam W Chang E Y Hollerer T...09 Petzold L...35 Vigna G Cheng K-T Ibarra O H...03 Schauser K E...17 Von Eicken T Chong F T Jacobson E T...07 Sherwood T P...15 Wang Y F Egecioglu O Kemmerer R A...05 Singh A K...14 Wolski R M Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology CNCSP 200 RES DES & METH PSY STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem W PHELP A RESRCH PRACTICUM I Brown M T 4.0 Let Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Casas J M Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Conley S Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Cosden M A Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Furlong M J Lab W PHELP 1118 GRAD Students only. Israel T Lab T B A GRAD Students only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

52 50 Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology Creative Studies Dance Jimerson S R Lab W PHELP 1118 GRAD Students only. Koegel R L Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Morrison G M Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Smith S R Lab T B A GRAD Students only. 222A DESC DIAGNOSIS Smith S R 1.0 SU Sem W PHELP 1118 GRAD Students only. 224A PROF ORG Furlong M J 1.0 SU Sem W PHELP 1118 GRAD Students only. 227 SOC/CULTR DIVERSITY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec R PHELP 2536 GRAD Students only. 250 COGNITIVE ASSESS STAFF 4.0 Let Lec M PHELP 2532 GRAD Students only. 252 ADV PERS ASSESS Smith S R 4.0 Opt Sem R PHELP 1118 GRAD Students only. 260A COUNS & PSYCHOTHER STAFF 4.0 Let Lec T PHELP 1309 GRAD Students only. 263A ADV PSYCHOTHERAPY Smith S R 4.0 Opt Sem M PHELP A SUPERVIS THEORY Zetzer H A 4.0 SU Sem T PHELP 1118 GRAD Students only. 270 ADVANCED FIELD GEN Cosden M A 4.0 SU Fld T PHELP 1121 GRAD Students only. Conoley C W Fld T PHELP 1115 GRAD Students only. 271A CLINIC PRACTICUM STAFF 1-4 SU Fld T B A GRAD Students only. 272 ADV FIELD COUNS PSY Israel T 4.0 SU Fld F PHELP 1115 GRAD Students only. 273 ADV FIELD CLINICAL Koegel R L 4.0 SU Fld F PHELP 1115 GRAD Students only. 274A STUDENT SERV SCH P STAFF 4.0 Let Sem F PHELP 1121 GRAD Students only. 274D SCHOOL PSYCH PRAC STAFF 4.0 SU Sem F PHELP 1309 GRAD Students only. 275 INTERNSH SCH PSYCH Furlong M J 4-12 SU Fld F PHELP 1121 GRAD Students only. 279A INTERNSHIP PROF PSY Cosden M A 6-12 IP Fld T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A 599 PHD DISS RSCH-PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Creative Studies The College of Creative Studies offers courses in art, biology, chemistry/biochemistry, computer science, interdisciplinary studies, literature, mathematics, music composition, and physics. There are no letter grades in the College of Creative Studies. Courses are offered for variable unit credit, 1-6 units, pass/no record (i.e., the course is not recorded on the student s transcript if no units are received). Four is the number of units normally given in most Creative Studies courses. Students in the college should register during Pass 1 or 2 for courses they wish to take which are offered by other colleges on campus. Priority date registration for Creative Studies courses is not required. Course listings are available approximately one month before classes begin at the College of Creative Studies, Bldg. 494, or via the CCS homepage at Courses are added through GOLD. Further information, including listings, detailed descriptions, and deadlines is available at the College. Dance DANCE 35 APPREC WORLD DANCE Chapman J 4.0 Opt Lec MW SNDCR 1201 GE: F, NWC. A Lab/Dis is Optional. 36 HIST MODERN DANCE Chapman J 4.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB 1173 GE: F, WRT. F ARTS A BEGINNING BALLET Moseley D 1.0 Opt Std TR HSSB D BEGINNING BALLET Moseley D 2.0 Opt Std MW HSSB 1151 Not open to DANCE Majors. 44D BEG MODERN DANCE Colahan N 2.0 Opt Std MW HSSB HIST & APPREC DANCE STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR SNDCR 1201 GE: F. A Lab/Dis is Optional. 47A BALLET I Huston V G 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1151 Letter grade required for majors. Moseley D TR HSSB 1151 Open to DANCE Majors Only. Huston V G Std MWF HSSB 1151 Letter grade required for majors. Open to DANCE Majors Only. Moseley D Std TR HSSB 1151 Letter grade required for majors. Open to DANCE Majors Only. 47D BALLET II Huston V G 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1151 Letter grade required for majors. 51 IMPROVISATION Shimin T 3.0 Let Std TR HSSB 1135 Open to DANCE Majors Only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

53 Dance Earth Science 51 56A MODERN DANCE I Colahan N 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Nugent S M TR HSSB 1135 Open to DANCE Majors Only. Colahan N Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Open to DANCE Majors Only. Nugent S M Std TR HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Open to DANCE Majors Only. 56D MODERN DANCE II Colahan N 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Pilafian C TR HSSB 1135 Colahan N Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Pilafian C Std TR HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. 70 MUSIC: RHYTHM Cox V C 3.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1105 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 94 GROUP STUDIES-DANCE Moseley D 1-4 Opt Dis MW HSSB 1151 Lower Division only. F HSSB A BALLET III Huston V G 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1151 Letter grade required for majors. 147PA BALLET: POINTE Huston V G 1-2 Opt Std TR HSSB 1151 Open to DANCE Majors Only. 149 DANCE WORKSHOP STAFF 1-4 Opt Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 151A CHOREOGRAPHY Pilafian C 3.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1151 Letter grade required for majors. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 156A MODERN DANCE III Nugent S M 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Pilafian C TR HSSB 1135 Nugent S M Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Pilafian C Std TR HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. 156D MODERN DANCE IV Nugent S M 2-4 Opt Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Pilafian C TR HSSB 1135 Nugent S M Std MWF HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. Pilafian C Std TR HSSB 1135 Letter grade required for majors. 158 PEDAGOGY II Colahan N 2-3 Let Lec T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 186 DANCE PRODUCTION Shimin T 1-4 Opt Sem R PM HSSB UCSB DANCE COMPANY Moseley D 2-4 Let Std MWF HSSB 1135 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 191 SENIOR PROJECT STAFF 3.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. 193H SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 4.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Honors students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 193HA SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 2-4 IP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Dance. Chapman J Fischer C A...02 Nugent S M...05 Ries F W Colahan N Huston V G...49 Pearson J...16 Shimin T Cox V C Moseley D...50 Pilafian C...03 Dramatic Art See Theater Earth Science Geological Sciences GEOL 2 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY Atwater T H 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1940 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Lab W PSB-S 2724 STAFF Lab T PSB-S 2724 STAFF Lab R PSB-S 2724 STAFF Lab T PSB-S 2724 STAFF Lab R PSB-S 2724 STAFF Lab F PSB-S H HONORS PHYS GEOL Atwater T H 1.0 Opt Dis T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 4 INTRO OCEANOGRAPHY Haymon R M 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1910 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab F PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab R PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab F PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab T PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab F PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab R PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab W PSB-S 2712 STAFF Lab T PSB-S H OCEANOGRAPHY HONORS Haymon R M 1.0 Let Dis T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 6 MTNS BOOTS & PACKS Hacker B R 4.0 Opt Fld T B A Burbank D W GE: C, WRT. Not open to Freshmen. Fee charged. Instructor approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

54 52 Earth Science 15 OPTICAL MINERALOGY STAFF 2.0 Let Lec W PSB-S 2711 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab R PSB-S 2711 STAFF Lab T PSB-S FIELD STUDIES Atwater T H 1.0 PNP Fld T B A Fee charged. 20 GEOL CATASTROPHES Archuleta R J 4.0 Opt Lec TR EMBAR HALL GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Dis T PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis R PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis W PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis R PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis F PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis W PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis F PSB-S 2724 STAFF Dis T PSB-S READINGS GEOL SCI STAFF 1-3 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 99 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 104A FIELD GEOL METHODS Wyss A R 4.0 Let Lec TR PSB-S 2711 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. STAFF Lab M PSB-S AH HONORS FIELD TUTOR Wyss A R 1.0 Let Fld T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Fee charged. 113 ENGINEERING GEOLOGY Keller E A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF WEBB 1025 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Fee charged. STAFF Fld W PSB-S A GEOMATERIALS I Mattinson J M 4.0 Let Lec MWF PSB-S 2711 A Lab/Dis is Required. Lea D W STAFF Lab W PSB-S 2711 STAFF Lab F PSB-S SI STABLE ISOTOPES Deniro M J 2.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1025 A Lab/Dis is Required. Deniro M J Dis R PSB-S GEOPHYSICS Tanimoto T 4.0 Let Lec TR WEBB 1030A A Lab/Dis is Required. Ji C STAFF Dis W WEBB 1030A 159C EARLY LIFE Porter S M 4.0 Let Lec TR PSB-S 2711 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PSB-S SEMINAR IN GEOLOGY STAFF 1.0 PNP Sem W WEBB A EARTH SYSTEM GEOL Macdonald K C 4.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1025 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab W WEBB AQUEOUS TRANSPORT Clark J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF WEBB 1025 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PSB-S 2711 STAFF Dis R PSB-S GROUNDWATER Loaiciga H 5.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 3621 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab T PM ELLSN PHYS VOLCANOLOGY Gans P B 4.0 Opt Lec T B A A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Gans P B Fld T B A 187 TEACHING PRACTICUM STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 192 ENGR GEOL INTERNSHP Keller E A 1-4 PNP Fld T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194 GROUP STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 195H HONORS FIELD STUDY STAFF 1-8 PNP Dis T B A Open to GEOL, GLPHY Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 196HA SR HONORS THESIS STAFF 4.0 IP Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Open to GEOL, GLPHY Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 198 READINGS IN GEOL SC STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to GEOL Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA IND. RESEARCH ASST. STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

55 Earth Science East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies A RESEARCH & FLD SEM Awramik S M 4.0 SU Sem R PM WEBB 1030A GRAD Students only. Fee charged. 224SI STABLE ISOTOPY Deniro M J 2.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1025 A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. Deniro M J Dis R PSB-S SEMINAR IN GEOLOGY STAFF 1.0 SU Sem W WEBB 1100 GRAD Students only. 264 PETROTECTONICS Hacker B R 4.0 Let Lec T PSB-S 2712 Fee charged. 268 SEMINAR PRESENT STAFF 1.0 SU Sem W WEBB 1100 GRAD Students only. 270 SEM GEOLOGIC PROBLM STAFF 1-3 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Fee charged. 285 PHYS. VOLCANOLOGY Gans P B 4.0 Opt Lab T B A A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Gans P B Fld T B A 501 PRACTICUM/INSTRUC STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 502 TA TRAINING Wyss A R 2.0 SU Tut T B A 503 PRACTICUM/RESEARCH STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 597 INDIV STD MA & PHD STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 598 MA RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Geological Sciences. Archuleta R J Chadwick O A...32 Haymon R M...11 Macdonald K C Tanimoto T...24 Atwater T H Clark J...03 Ji C...04 Mattinson J M Tiffney B H...06 Awramik S M Deniro M J...15 Keller E A...22 Porter S M Valentine D L...42 Boles J R Dunne T...30 Kennett J P...13 Prothero W A Wise W S...12 Burbank D W Gans P B...10 Lea D W...20 Spera F J Wyss A R...21 Busby C Hacker B R...31 Luyendyk B P...14 Sylvester A G East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies Chinese CHIN 1 ELEM MODRN CHINESE Chen S C 5.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB 1224 Hsu C-C Dis MTWRF HSSB 1224 Chen S C Dis MTWRF HSSB 1211 Hsu C-C Dis MTWRF GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis MTWRF GIRV NH 1ST YR CHIN HERITAG Chen S C 4.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB INTERM MODRN CHINES Guan D 5.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB 1215 GE: B. Guan D Dis MTWRF HSSB 1215 Guan D Dis MTWRF HSSB NH 2ND YR CHIN HERITAG STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 1214 GE: B. 101A INTRO CLASS CHINESE Egan R C 4.0 Let Dis MW GIRV TAIWAN LITERATURE Tu K-C 4.0 Opt Sem MW HSSB 1232 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 122A ADV MODERN CHINESE Hsu C-C 4.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 1214 Letter grade required for majors. 132A TOPICS CLASSIC POET Tu K-C 4.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB 1232 GE: NWC, WRT, G. Upper Division only. 133 ADV READ CLAS PROSE Egan R C 2-4 Opt Tut MW HSSB 2202 Upper Division only. 136 READ VERNACULAR LIT Yu H-J 2-4 Opt Sem MW PM HSSB 1232 Upper Division only. 197 SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 4-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to CHIN Majors Only. 198 READINGS IN CHINESE STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 201 SELECTED TEXTS STAFF 2-4 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501 APPRENTICE TEACHING STAFF 2-4 SU Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 PREP FOR COMP EXAMS STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 598 MASTER S THESIS RES STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Chinese. Berry M S Egan R C...05 Ji X...14 Powell W Yu H-J...06 Bray F A Galambos I...13 Liu A P...12 Tu K-C Dai J E Guan D...15 Lowry K...08 Yang M DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

56 54 East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies East Asian Cultural Studies EACS 5 INTRO TO BUDDHISM Wallace V A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: E, NWC, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis T GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV SEM IN BUDDHIST STU Powell W 4.0 Opt Sem T HSSB 2252 East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies Japanese JAPAN 1 FIRST YR JAPANESE I Shinagawa C 5.0 Let Dis MTWRF HSSB 1224 Sugawara H Sugawara H Dis MTWRF HSSB 1210 Sugawara H Dis MTWRF HSSB 1207 Sakuragi T Dis MTWRF HSSB 1237 Sakuragi T Dis MTWRF HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis MTWRF GIRV 2123 Shinagawa C Dis MTWRF HSSB SECND YR JAPANESE I Shinagawa C 5.0 Let Dis MTWRF HSSB 1207 GE: B. Furukawa K Dis MTWRF HSSB 1228 Furukawa K Dis MTWRF HSSB 1231 Shinagawa C Dis MTWRF HSSB A JAPAN LIT CLASSICAL Saltzman-Li K 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2119 GE: NWC, WRT, G. Upper Division only. 120A THIRD-YEAR JAPANESE STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MTWR NH 1111 Furukawa K Lec MTWR HSSB A JAPAN READ & COMP STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV ADV JAP READING I STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW HSSB SEXUALITY MOD JAPAN Fruhstuck S 4.0 Let Lec MW IV THEA2 GE: D, NWC, WRT. 181 CLASSICAL JAPANESE Saltzman-Li K 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 4-8 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to JAPAN Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 198 READINGS IN JAPAN STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 201 SELECTED TEXTS STAFF 2-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501 APPRENTICE TEACHING STAFF 2-4 SU Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 PREP FOR COMP EXAMS STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 598 MASTERS THESIS RES STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Japanese. Backus R L Grapard A G...21 Narahara T...05 Saltzman-Li K Freeman L A Iwasaki H...09 Nathan J...13 Sugawara H Fruhstuck S Liu A P...12 Roberts L S...11 Yang M East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies Korean KOR 1 FIRST YEAR KOR 1 Lee S-A 5.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB NH 2ND YR KOR HERITAG Lee S-A 4.0 Opt Lec MTWRF HSSB A ADVANCED KOREAN Jung S B 5.0 Opt Lec MTWR BUCHN A BUSINESS KOREAN Jung S B 4.0 Let Lec MTWR HSSB 1237 Upper Division only. 182A KOR HIST & CIV: I Jung S B 4.0 Opt Lec MTW HSSB 1215 GE: E, NWC, WRT. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Korean. Pai H I Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

57 Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology EEMB 3 INTRO BIOLOGY III Even T J 3.0 Let Lec MWF LSB 1001 GE: C. Mazer S J Alldredge A L 3L INTRO BIOL LAB III Even T J 1.0 Let Lab T LSB 1007 Fee charged. Even T J Lab T LSB 1007 Fee charged. Even T J Lab R LSB 1007 Fee charged. Even T J Lab R LSB 1007 Fee charged. Even T J Lab T PM LSB 1007 Fee charged. 3Z SELECT TOPICS 3 Even T J 1-2 PNP Lec MWF LSB 1001 Dept. approval required prior to registration. Mazer S J Alldredge A L 30 STATISTICS Stewart-Oaten 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GE: C, QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab F STAFF Lab F BIOLOGY OF FISHES Warner R R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, MCDB, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Lab M BSIF 1239 Fee charged. STAFF Lab T BSIF 1239 Fee charged. STAFF Lab W BSIF 1239 Fee charged. STAFF Lab R BSIF 1239 Fee charged. 112 INVERTEBRATE ZOOLGY Kuris A M 5.0 Opt Lec MWF PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. Oakley T H Fee charged. STAFF Lab MW MLAB 1004 STAFF Lab MW PM MLAB 1004 STAFF Lab TR MLAB 1004 STAFF Lab TR MLAB EVOL ECOL VERTS Rothstein S I 2.0 Let Lec MW PSYCH 1802 Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. 113L LAB/FIELD VERT BIOL Rothstein S I 2.0 Let Lab T HARDR 1013 T HARDR 1013 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Fld T B A Fee charged. 113L LAB/FIELD VERT BIOL Rothstein S I 2.0 Let Lab W HARDR 1013 W HARDR 1013 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Fld T B A Fee charged. 113L LAB/FIELD VERT BIOL Rothstein S I 2.0 Let Lab R HARDR 1013 R HARDR 1013 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Fld T B A Fee charged. 113L LAB/FIELD VERT BIOL Rothstein S I 2.0 Let Lab M HARDR 1013 M HARDR 1013 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Fld T B A Fee charged. 117 FLOW AND ECOSYSTEMS Macintyre S 3.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1109 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, ENVST, CRSTU, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Lab W PSYCH INTRO TO ECOLOGY Levine J M 4.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1610 Holbrook S J A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1119 STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis F GIRV 1112 STAFF Dis W PM BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis M HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F GIRV AL FIELD ECOLOGY Holbrook S J 3.0 Let Lab MW LSB 1007 Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, MCDB, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. Fee charged. 124 BIOCHEMICAL ECOLOGY Chapman D J 4.0 Let Lec MWF LSB 1101 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Chapman D J Dis F A AQUATIC COMMUNITIES Even T J 4.0 Let Lec TR LSB 1001 Schmitt R J A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, ENVST, GEOL, MCDB Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis W GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis T PM LSB 1101 STAFF Dis T LSB 1101 STAFF Dis M NH 1111 STAFF Dis M LSB DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

58 56 Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology 142AL METH AQUA COMM ECOL Even T J 3.0 Let Lab TR BSIF 1229 Schmitt R J A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, ENVST Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Dis F BSIF AL METH AQUA COMM ECOL Even T J 3.0 Let Lab TR BSIF 1229 Schmitt R J A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, ENVST Department Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Dis F BSIF ECOLOGICAL PHYSIOL Childress J J 3.0 Opt Lec MWF LSB 1001 Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC, MCDB Department Majors Only. 143L LAB ECOL PHYSIOL Childress J J 2.0 Opt Lab MW BIOL Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC, MCDB Department Majors Only. Fee charged. 157 CELL PHYSIOLOGY Suarez R K 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to EEMB, MCDB, CRSTU, ENVST, ERTSC Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis F BSIF 1118 STAFF Dis F BSIF MARINE PHARMACOLOGY Jacobs R S 4.0 Let Lec MWF BSIF 1217 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T B A STAFF Dis T B A 179 ECOLOGICAL MODELS Nisbet R M 4.0 Opt Lec TR BSIF 1217 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab R PSYCH H ECOL MODELS HONORS Nisbet R M 1.0 Opt Dis T B A 183 TEACHING ASSISTANCE STAFF 1-5 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 184 INTERNSHIP BIOL SCI STAFF 1-5 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 185 OCEANOGRAPHY FLD WK Carlson C A 1-8 PNP Fld T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 188RE REST ECOL SEM Stratton E C 1.0 Opt Sem M PM HARDR 1013 Thorsch J 194D PLANT ECOLOGY Mahall B E 2.0 Opt Sem T PM LSB 4307 Upper Division only. Schimel J P Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194EG EVOLUTION GENETICS Rice W R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194EN ENVRNMNTL ENDOCRNLG Collins P M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194EV EVOLUTIONARY BIOL Sweet S S 2.0 PNP Sem R LSB 4307 Upper Division only. Warner R R Instructor approval required prior to registration. Oakley T H 194M REPRODUCT ECOL EVOL Mazer S J 2.0 Opt Sem T LSB 4307 Upper Division only. Hodges S A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194Q AQUATIC BIOLOGY Melack J M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194T PARASITOLOGY Kuris A M 2.0 Opt Sem M Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194TE THEORETICAL ECOLOGY Nisbet R M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 197 DIRECTED STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to EEMB Department Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 198 DIRECTED READINGS STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to EEMB Department Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to EEMB Department Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 217 FLOW AND ECOSYSTEMS Macintyre S 3.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1109 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Dis W PSYCH BIOLOGICAL OCEANOG. Brzezinski M 3.0 Let Lec MWF LSB 1101 Alldredge A L 264 MARINE PHARMACOLOGY Jacobs R S 4.0 Let Lec MWF BSIF 1217 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T B A STAFF Dis T B A 279 ECOLOGICAL MODELS Nisbet R M 4.0 Opt Lec TR BSIF 1217 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab M PSYCH 1805 STAFF Lab R PSYCH OCEANO. FIELD WORK Carlson C A 1-8 SU Fld T B A 288RE REST ECOL SEM Stratton E C 1.0 Opt Sem M PM HARDR 1013 Thorsch J 290 INTRO FACULTY RES STAFF 2.0 SU Sem W LSB TA ORIENTATION STAFF 1.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501 TEACHING PRACTICE STAFF 1-4 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 502 TEACHING TECHNIQUES STAFF 1-2 SU Dis W LSB 1101 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

59 Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology Economics RES PRACTICUM BIOL STAFF 1-2 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 510 GRAD PROF DEVELOP Hofmann G E 2.0 SU Lec T B A GRAD Students only. 590 EEMB COLLOQUIUM Levine J M 2.0 SU Lec M PSYCH 1824 GRAD Students only. 595A ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION Levine J M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Rice W R Mazer S J Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595AA EVOLUTIONARY ECOL Hodges S A 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 595D PLANT ECOLOGY Mahall B E 2.0 Opt Sem T PM LSB 4307 Schimel J P Levine J M 595EG EVOLUTION GENETICS Rice W R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595EN ENVRNMNTL ENDOCRNLG Collins P M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 595ET ECOLOGIC TOXICOLOGY Schmitt R J 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Holbrook S J 595EV EVOLUTIONARY BIOL Sweet S S 2.0 Opt Sem R LSB 4307 GRAD Students only. Warner R R Oakley T H 595J EVOL-BEHAV ECO VERT Rothstein S I 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 595M REPRODUCT ECOL EVOL Mazer S J 2.0 Opt Sem T LSB 4307 Hodges S A 595MS MARINE SCIENCE Carlson C A 2.0 SU Sem T LSB 4307 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 595P ADV POPULATION ECOL Murdoch W W 2.0 Opt Sem W LSB 4307 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 595Q AQUATIC BIOLOGY Melack J M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 595T PARASITOLOGY Kuris A M 2.0 Opt Sem M TE THEORETICAL ECOLOGY Nisbet R M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 595TP TERR PLANT ECO ECOL Levine J M 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 596 DIRECTED READ RSRCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 597 INDIVID STUDY EXAMS STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA THESIS RES/PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PH.D. DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology. Alldredge A L Cooper J B...71 Holden P A...16 Nelson N B Schimel J P...90 Barnes J Cooper S D...84 Jacobs R S...54 Nisbet R M Schmitt R J...15 Blanchette C Cotter P A...14 Jordan M A...33 Oakley T H Sears D W...76 Brzezinski M D Antonio C M...09 Kohl D M...21 Page H M Smith W...89 Bush D S Dudley T L...17 Kuris A M...61 Polne-Fuller Stewart-Oaten...32 Carbon J A Eckert C G...23 Lafferty K D...06 Poole S J Stratton E C...24 Cardinale B J Endler J A...29 Lenihan H S...07 Prezelin B Suarez R K...88 Carlson C A Even T J...22 Levine J M...92 Quetin L B Sweet S S...75 Case J F Feinstein S C...43 Love M S...91 Reed D C Thorsch J...20 Caselle J E Finkelstein R...78 Low D A...50 Reese B E Tyler C M...58 Chapman D J Fisher S K...12 Macintyre S...45 Reichman O J Valentine D L...10 Childress J J Foltz K R...59 Mahall B E...62 Rice W R Vandenberg C...19 Christofferse Gaines S...08 Mahan M J...53 Ross I K Waite J H...98 Clarke L B Gaylord B P...44 Mazer S J...69 Rothman J H Warner R R...63 Clegg D O Hodges S A...97 Melack J M...74 Rothstein S I Wilson L...65 Collins P M Hofmann G E...49 Morse D E...51 Samuel C E Connell J H Holbrook S J...60 Murdoch W W...28 Sax D F Economics ECON 1 PRINCIPL ECON MICRO Bergstrom T C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CAMPB HALL GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis R NH 1105 STAFF Dis R PM NH 1109 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1425 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 1119 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 1119 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2127 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1119 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1112 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1112 STAFF Dis F GIRV PRIN ECON-MACRO Crouch R L 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA1 GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W PM ARTS 1426 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

60 58 Economics STAFF Dis R NH 1111 STAFF Dis T NH 1111 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis T NH 1111 STAFF Dis R NH 1111 STAFF Dis F PHELP A FINANCIAL ACCTG Anderson R W 4.0 Opt Lec MW MUSIC LLCH A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R NH 1111 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 1112 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis R PM STAFF Dis M PHELP 3505 STAFF Dis M PM STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis R PM B FINANCIAL ACCTG Harmon C J 4.0 Opt Lec MW BRDA 1610 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis M PM BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1260 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis M NH 1109 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1260 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis W A MICROECON THEORY Babcock P S 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM CHEM 1179 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC Majors Only. STAFF Dis W GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis W ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2129 STAFF Dis R PHELP 1425 STAFF Dis R ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis F GIRV B MICROECON THEORY Kilenthong W 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1910 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis W NH 1105 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis R SH 1430 STAFF Dis R PM BSIF MACROECON THEORY Bohn H 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1179 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC Majors Only. STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis W PM NH 1109 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis M PM BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis T PM NH 1109 STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis F NH A INDUST ORG PRIN Krouse C G 4.0 Opt Lec M SH 1430 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 116C ANTITRUST ECON Comanor W S 4.0 Opt Lec T NH A LAW & ECONOMICS I Frech H E 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3505 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 118 ACCTG DATA ANALYSIS Loster D R 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1110 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Dis R PM SH 1430 STAFF Dis R PHELP ACCTG DATA ANALYSIS Loster D R 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1110 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Dis T PHELP 1260 STAFF Dis R PHELP PUBLIC FINANCE Stuart C 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2127 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 132 AUDITING Loster D R 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1110 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 133 TOPICS MACRO THEORY Kilenthong W 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH A FIN MANAGEMENT Mehra N 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM BUCHN 1940 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

61 Economics 59 STAFF Dis M BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis F GIRV A FIN MANAGEMENT Mehra N 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM BUCHN 1940 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis F GIRV A INTERMED ACCOUNTING Anderson R W 5.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1110 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. Anderson R W Lec MW NH 1110 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 136B INTERMED ACCOUNTING Harmon C J 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1110 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. Harmon C J Lec MW TD 2600 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 136C INTERMED ACCOUNTING Sander H C 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 137A MANAGERIAL ACCTG Watson R B 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1110 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis F PHELP A MANAGERIAL ACCTG Watson R B 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1110 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV B MANAGERIAL ACCTG Maass L E 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1110 Open to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 138A INCOME TAXATION Sheridan E F 4.0 Opt Lec MW PM NH 1006 Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. 140A INTRO ECONOMETRICS Steigerwald D 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3505 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV A LABOR ECONOMICS Bedard K L 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1431 Open to BUSEC, ECON, ECMTH Majors Only. 155 ECON OF INSURANCE STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV HEALTH ECONOMICS Frech H E 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS INFO SYSTEMS Owen G 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1920 Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. 189 LAW AND ETHICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec M PM BUCHN ET SPECIAL TOPICS Ebenstein A O 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1110 Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. 191FM SPECIAL TOPICS Lowes R C 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1448 Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. 194J GROUP STUDIES Sonstelie J 1-4 Opt Lec MW NH 2212 Upper Division only. 196A SEN HONORS SEM Garratt R J 4.0 Opt Sem T B A Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. Honors students only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ECON, ECMTH, BUSEC Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 205A ECONOMIC DECISIONS Comanor W S 4.0 Let Lec T PM NH 1110 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R PM SH A CONSUMP & PRODUCT Bergstrom T C 4.0 Let Lec MW NH 1105 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV B GAME THEORY Garratt R J 4.0 Let Lec MW NH 1109 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F PHELP MACRO THEORY & POL Bohn H 4.0 Let Lec TR NH A FINANCE Kilenthong W 4.0 Let Lec TR NH A INTRO ECONOMETRICS Phillips L 4.0 Let Lec TR PM NH 1105 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab W PM PHELP A ECONOMETRICS Leroy S F 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 2111 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W NH A ECONOMETRIC THEORY Steigerwald D 4.0 Let Lec M NH 2111 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W NH C LABOR ECONOMICS Bedard K L 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 2212 Babcock P S 273A MANAGERIAL ACCTNG Watson R B 4.0 Let Lec M PM NH MICROECONOMICS SEM Kapicka M 4.0 SU Sem WF NH SEM TEACH ECON STAFF 2.0 SU Sem F NH 2111 GRAD Students only. 594ER SPEC TOP ECONOMICS Deacon R T 1-4 SU Sem F NH 2212 Kolstad C D GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 594ES SPEC TOP ECONOMICS Libecap G D 1-4 Opt Sem MW NH 2212 GRAD Students only. 594LR SPEC TOP ECONOMICS Bedard K L 1-4 SU Sem F NH 2111 GRAD Students only. Kuhn P J 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. GRAD Students only. 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. GRAD Students only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

62 60 Economics Education 598 MA RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. GRAD Students only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Economics. Anderson R W Deacon R T...27 Kydland F E...32 Nisbet M J Sonstelie J...78 Babcock P S Decanio S...71 Leroy S F...77 Owen G Steigerwald D...35 Bedard K L Deschenes O...41 Loster D R...94 Phillips L Stuart C...12 Bento A M Frech H E...37 Lowes R C...38 Proulx C D Troger T...40 Bergstrom T C Funkhouser E...09 Maass L E...06 Qin C Z Votey H L...19 Birchenall J Garratt R J...21 Marshall J M...10 Rachev S T Watson R B...70 Bohn H Harmon C J...26 McAusland C...17 Sander H C Weinberger C...31 Charness G B Kapicka M...22 Mehra N...02 Sarmiento C R Cohen B J Kolstad C D...20 Mehra R...25 Schneider N J Comanor W S Krouse C G...92 Mercer L J...13 Sengupta J Crouch R L Kuhn P J...24 Morgan W D...14 Shapiro P Education ED 3A CAT1-MATH Johnson S 2.0 Let Sem T PHELP A CAT1-SCIENCE Johnson S 2.0 Let Sem T PHELP TECHNOLOGY TOOLS Copeland W D 3.0 Let Lec T PHELP 3525 Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 121 FIELD OBSERVATION Headley J A 3.0 Opt Sem W PHELP PRACTICUM FIELD OBS Headley J A 2.0 PNP Fld T B A Upper Division only. 123 CULTURE, DEV, EDUC STAFF 4.0 Let Sem M PHELP 2536 Upper Division only. STAFF Sem R PHELP 1309 Upper Division only. 124 SOCIOCULTRL CONTEXT Duran R P 4.0 Let Sem M PHELP 1440 Upper Division only. 164 INTRO ED & VOC GUID Maestas L 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3505 Upper Division only. 165 INTRO APPLIED PSYCH STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec T PHELP 1260 GE: WRT. Upper Division only. 173 INTR LEADERSHIP DEV Buford C 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV 2128 Upper Division only. 176B PRACT INDIV DIFFER Gerber M M 4.0 Opt Sem M GIRV 2116 Upper Division only. Koegel R L Sem W PM PHELP 1155 Upper Division only. 191A SEX & RELATIONSHIPS White S A 4.0 Opt Sem MW STU HLTH1 Not open to Seniors. 191C HEALTHY EATING White S A 4.0 Opt Sem MW STU HLTH1 Not open to Seniors. 191D HEALTH INTERNSHIP White S A 3.0 PNP Fld T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 197 TOPICS ED & APP PSY Andreatta B J 2-4 Opt Lec W PM SH 1431 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 201A QUAL RES DESIGN Brenner M E 4.0 Opt Sem T PHELP D SING CASE EXP DESIG Koegel R L 4.0 Opt Sem M PM PHELP E HISTORY OF LITERACY Bazerman C 4.0 Opt Sem R PHELP DF APPL COMPUTERS ED-I Copeland W D 2.0 IP Lec R PHELP 2516 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Copeland W D Lec F PHELP 2516 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 203EF APPL COMPUTER ED-I Copeland W D 2.0 IP Lec R PM PHELP 2516 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Copeland W D Lec R PM PHELP 2516 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 205 ANTH/SOC/PERSPECT Brenner M E 4.0 Opt Lec W PHELP SOCIOLINGUISTICS Cook-Gumperz 4.0 Opt Sem M PM PHELP APPLD RHT/POET/LING Blau S D 4.0 Let Sem T PM PHELP 2514 GRAD Students only. 209B SEM SOCIAL DEVELOP. Hudley C 4.0 Opt Sem T PHELP D RES SEM HUMAN DEV Okamoto Y 1-6 SU Sem T PHELP 2514 Hudley C Sem T PM PHELP A MEMORY & COG PROCES Duran R P 4.0 Opt Lec M PHELP D SEM CULTRL PERSPECT Cook-Gumperz 1-6 Opt Sem W PHELP 2532 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

63 Education A PROSEM: HUMAN DEV Hudley C 4.0 SU Sem M PM PHELP B DEV: INF-ERLY CHILD Kyratzis A 4.0 Opt Lec W PHELP A INTRO STATISTICS Yun J T 4.0 Opt Lec T PHELP 3526 GRAD Students only. Yun J T Lec T PM PHELP 3526 GRAD Students only. 216A ADV MLTIVRIATE STAT Zwick R 4.0 Opt Sem T PHELP A INTRO QUAL METHODS Raley J D 4.0 Opt Sem T PHELP 2536 Raley J D Sem T PM PHELP D CLASSRM ETHNOGRAPHY Green J L 4.0 Opt Lec R PM PHELP A INTRO EXCEPT CHILD STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec T PHELP 2524 Gerber M M Lec W PM PHELP 1444 STAFF Lec M PHELP D LAW ETH HIS SPEC ED Singer G H S 4.0 Opt Sem T PM PHELP D DIRECT/STRTEGY INST Singer G H S 4.0 Opt Sem R PM PHELP E FAMILIES & DISABIL. Singer G H S 4.0 Opt Sem W PHELP C SH PRACTICUM Singer J 2-12 SU Fld T B A 229D SYSTEMATIC INSTRUCT Singer J 2.0 Opt Sem M PHELP A EDUCATION POLICY Rumberger R W 4.0 Opt Sem M PM PHELP A ORG. THEORIES Conley S 4.0 Opt Sem W PM PHELP D SEM TEACH/LEARNING STAFF 1-6 Opt Sem T B A STAFF Sem T B A Bazerman C Sem M PHELP PERSPECTIVE TCHR ED STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem W HSSB B INTERN TE PROF DEV Copeland W D 2.0 SU Fld T B A 286ST HIST PHIL SOC SCI Bianchini J A 4.0 Let Sem T PM PHELP SEV DEVEL. DISABLED Koegel R L 4.0 Opt Sem F PHELP B CHILD FAM COMM II White S A 2.0 SU Sem M PM PHELP 2516 White S A Sem M PM PHELP 2533 STAFF Sem R PHELP 2524 STAFF Sem R PHELP 2524 S 390 PROC TEACH ART Leffler C H 3.0 Let Lec F PHELP 2504 GRAD Students only. SC 390 PROCEDURES TCHG ENG STAFF 3.0 Let Sem F PHELP 2533 GRAD Students only. SL 390 PROC MAT TCH LANG STAFF 3.0 Let Sem F PHELP 2505K GRAD Students only. SM 390 PROC MAT TCH MATH Lager C A 3.0 Let Lec F PHELP 2533 ST 390 PROC MAT TCH SCI STAFF 3.0 Let Lec F PHELP 2525 R 390AF ELD/SDAIE METH & PR Lippincott A 2.0 IP Lec R PHELP 2533 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Lippincott A Lec R PHELP 2533 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. R 390F PROC TEACH LIT SST Blau S D 1.0 Let Sem R PHELP 2516 Divito M Sem T PM PHELP 2516 SS 390F PROC TEACH SOC STUD Kok O N 1.0 Let Lec F PHELP 2514 GRAD Students only. E 391DF ELEM READ LANG PROC Lippincott A 3.0 IP Lec M PM PHELP 2524 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Darga C M Lec T PM PHELP 2524 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. E 391HF ELD/SDAIE (MST) Scalzo J N 2.0 IP Sem M PM PHELP 2525 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Hill-Bonnet L Sem T PM PHELP 2525 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. S 392 STDY TCH SEC ED ART Sloan T F 3-12 SU Lab F PHELP 2525 SC 392 STUDENT TEACH: ENGL Sloan T F 3-12 SU Fld T B A GRAD Students only. SL 392 STDNT TCH FOR LANG Sloan T F 3-12 SU Fld T B A SM 392 STUDENT TEACH MATH Sloan T F 3-12 SU Fld T B A SS 392 ST TCH SOC STUDIES Sloan T F 3-12 SU Fld T B A ST 392 STUD TCH SCI ED Sloan T F 3-12 SU Fld T B A GRAD Students only. R 392A MULTICULT READ FLD Divito M 1.0 SU Fld T B A E 392F SUP TCH ELEM SCHLS Sloan T F 3-12 SU Fld T B A S 393F SEM TCH SEC ART Leffler C H 1.0 SU Sem W PM PHELP 2504 SC 393F SEM TEACHING ENGL STAFF 1.0 SU Sem W PM PHELP 2514 GRAD Students only. SL 393F PROB SEM FOR LANG STAFF 1.0 SU Sem W PM PHELP 2505K SM 393F SEM TEACHING MATH Ross E G 1.0 SU Sem W PM PHELP 2533 SS 393F SEM TEACHING SOC ST Kok O N 1.0 SU Sem W PM PHELP 2516 ST 393F SEM TEACHING SCI Bianchini J A 1.0 SU Sem W PM PHELP 2525 S 395F CURRIC PLAN & ASMNT Kok O N 1.0 Let Sem M PM PHELP 2516 Kok O N Sem R PHELP DOC SEM/PRAC INFO STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem M PM OFF CAMPS DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

64 62 Education Electrical & Computer Engineering 402 DOC SEM/PRAC POLICY Crocker J D 4.0 Opt Sem W PM OFF CAMPS 405 RES METHOD/PRAC ED Gerber M M 6.0 Let Sem T B A 407 PROBLEM STATEMENTS Block J H 4-12 SU Sem T B A 442 ORG THEORY ED LEDRS Conley S 4.0 Opt Sem R PM PHELP 3518 GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 MA RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PHD DISS RSCH-PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Education. Alevy D Cook-Gumperz...23 Ho H-Z...59 Lunsford K J Rumberger R W...22 Atkinson D R Copeland W D...09 Hong S...42 McDonnell L M Singer G H S...08 Bazerman C Cosden M A...88 Hudley C...19 McLeod S H Sloan T F...68 Beutler L E Cotton J W...11 Israel T...20 Miller G E Smith S R...04 Bianchini J A Dixon C N...35 Jimerson S R...05 Montes F Torchin A L J...39 Blau S D Duran R P...87 Johnson S...32 Morrison G M Vanderheyden...07 Block J H Endler L C...45 Kelly G J...27 Nagy R M Wax S...49 Brenner M E Firestone L...53 Kim B S...34 Okamoto Y Weissglass J...21 Brooks R B Fortman J...54 Koegel R L...14 Ousley L Whiteley S...43 Brown M T Furlong M J...77 Kokotovic A...55 Peck C A Yoman J...41 Casas J M Gentilucci J...25 Krieger D S...44 Petersen G J Yun J T...62 Castro J I Gerber M M...74 Kyratzis A...38 Raley J D Zetzer H A...69 Chrispeels J Glasman N S...13 Lager C A...06 Romo L F Zwick R...30 Conley S Green J L...48 Lee J S...63 Rosenberg L B Conoley C W Hawthorne J C...40 Lippincott A...37 Rotz R N Electrical Computer Engineering ECE 2A CIRC- DEVICES & SYS Long A L 4.0 Let Lec MW IV THEA2 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to EE, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lab T PM HFH 5162C STAFF Lab M PM HFH 5162C STAFF Lab W PM HFH 5162C STAFF Lab R PM HFH 5162C STAFF Lab M PM HFH 5162C STAFF Lab W PM HFH 5162C 124A VLSI PRINCIPLES Banerjee K 4.0 Let Lec TR ESB 1003 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab M PM HFH 1140 STAFF Lab T HFH A SIGNAL ANALYSIS Madhow U 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1260 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to EE, CMPEN Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis M PM NH INTRO ELEC DEVICE Denbaars S P 4.0 Let Lec TR CHEM 1171 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPEN, EE Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis W GIRV INTR FIELDS & WAVES York R A 4.0 Let Lec TR PSYCH 1824 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to EE, CMPEN Majors Only. STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis M PM STAFF Dis T PM STAFF Dis M PM LSB RANDOM PROCESSES Iltis R A 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP 3515 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECE, EE Majors Only. STAFF Dis F NH 1109 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP A INTRO TO MEMS Macdonald N C 3.0 Let Lec TR ESB C SHI SPD BIPOLAR MIX Rodwell M J 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab M PM HFH 5162D 147A CONTROL SYSTEMS Teel A R 5.0 Let Lec TR ESB 1003 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to EE, CMPEN, ECE Majors Only. STAFF Lab W PM HFH 3120 STAFF Lab T HFH 3120 STAFF Lab T PM HFH A DIGITAL DESIN PRIN. Rodoplu V 5.0 Let Lec TR WEBB 1100 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to CMPSC, CPSCI, EE, ECE, CMPEN Majors Only. STAFF Lab M HFH 1124 STAFF Lab W HFH 1124 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

65 Electrical & Computer Engineering 63 STAFF Lab T PM HFH 1124 STAFF Lab M HFH A HRDW/SFTW INTERFACE Krintz C 4.0 Let Lec TR SH 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab F INTRO COMPUTER ARCH Kastner R C 4.0 Let Lec TR PM PHELP 1508 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to EE, CMPEN, CMPSC, CPSCI, ECE Majors Only. STAFF Dis W PM STAFF Dis W PM A DIG DESGN/SYNTH Wang L C 4.0 Let Lec MW PM A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab T HFH 1140 STAFF Lab R PM HFH DIGITAL SIGNAL PROC Gibson J D 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1508 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to EE, ECE Majors Only. STAFF Lab W PM HFH 1140 STAFF Lab M HFH 1140 STAFF Lab W HFH A QUANTUM ELEC MATRLS Bowers J E 4.0 Let Lec T PHELP 1431 R PHELP 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECE, MATRL, EE Majors Only. STAFF R PHELP A SENIOR EE PROJECT Long S I 4.0 Let Lec T B A Open to EE, CMPEN Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 189A SR CMPTR PRJCT Butner S E 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 1105 Seniors only. Open to ECE, CMPSC, CMPEN, CPSCI Majors Only. 192 PROJ ELECT COMP ENG STAFF 4.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Open to EE, ECE Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 193 INTERN IN INDUSTRY STAFF 1-8 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. PNP/SU grading allowed for majors. Open to EE, ECE Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 196 UNDERGRAD RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 IND STUD-ECE STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 201A EM THEORY I Dagli N 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP A MATRIX ANLYSIS COMP Smith R S 4.0 Let Lec MW BREN D PDE S FINITE ELEM Atzberger P J 4.0 Let Lec TR SH C HI SPD BIPOLAR MIX Rodwell M J 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1431 GRAD Students only. 220A SEMICOND DEVICE Hu E L 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1437 A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Dis F PHELP A VLSI PROJECT DESIGN Brewer F 4.0 Let Lec MW ESB LEVEL SET METHODS Gibou F G 4.0 Let Lec MW A SEMICOND. LASERS I Coldren L 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP A FIBER OPTIC COMM Blumenthal 4.0 Let Lec TR BUCHN A LINEAR SYSTEMS I Khammash M 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP STOCH PROC IN ENGR Shynk J J 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2108 GRAD Students only. 254A ADV COMP ARCHIT Melliar-Smith 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP A VLSI TESTING TECH Cheng K-T 4.0 Let Lec WF PHELP A INTRO DESIGN AUTO Marek-Sadowsk 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1431 GRAD Students only. 257A FAULT TOL COMPUTING Parhami B 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP A PRIN QUANTUM ELECT Yeh P 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP 1445 Letter grade required for majors. 277B PATTERN RECOGNITION Rose K 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP A DIGITAL IMAGE PROC Manjunath B S 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP A COMP SYS PERF EVAL Moser L E 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP INTERNSHIP INDUSTRY STAFF 1-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Open to EE, ECE Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 502 TEACHING OF ECE Smith R S 1-4 SU Lab T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 594A SPECIAL TOPICS ECE Yue C P 1-5 Opt Sem MW PHELP 1437 GRAD Students only. 594D SPECIAL TOPICS ECE Chandrasekara 1-5 Opt Sem MW PHELP 1431 GRAD Students only. Hespanha J P Sem TR PHELP 1437 GRAD Students only. 595C GP STD: COMMUNC SYS Rose K 1.0 SU Sem T B A 595E GP STD: SIGNAL PROC Mitra S K 1.0 SU Sem T B A Iltis R A Sem T B A Shynk J J Sem T B A Lee H Sem T B A 595F GP STD: SOLID STATE Bowers J E 1.0 SU Sem T B A Hu E L Sem T B A DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

66 64 Electrical & Computer Engineering Engineering Sciences English Kroemer H Sem T B A Gossard A Sem T B A Coldren L Sem T B A Long S I Sem T B A 595O GROUP STUDIES ECE Marek-Sadowsk 1.0 SU Sem T B A 595R GP STD: GENERAL Manjunath B S 1.0 SU Sem T B A 595U GP STD: SCIENT COMP Chandrasekara 1.0 SU Sem T B A 596 DIRECTED RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 MS COMP EX & PHD EX STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MS THESIS RES/PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Electrical Computer Engineering. Babic H I Coldren L...31 Kroemer H...58 Moser L E Teel A R...12 Banerjee K Dagli N...16 Lal R K...19 Nakamura S Wang L C...21 Blumenthal D Denbaars S P...05 Lee H...07 Paden B Wood R C...20 Bowers J E Doyle F...22 Long S I...96 Parhami B Yeh P...26 Brewer F Gibson J D...45 Madhow U...41 Petroff P M York R A...14 Brown E R Gossard A...03 Manjunath B S...08 Rabiner L R Yue C P...27 Bullo F Hespanha J P...42 Marek-Sadowsk...38 Rodoplu V Butner S E Hu E L...36 McFarland E W...17 Rodwell M J Chandrasekara Iltis R A...54 Melliar-Smith...34 Rose K Chang E Y Kastner R C...44 Mishra U...32 Shynk J J Cheng K-T Kokotovic P V...13 Mitra S K...60 Smith R S Engineering Sciences ENGR 3 INTRO TO C PRG Ben-Yaacov I 3.0 Let Lec MWF HFH 1104 A Lab/Dis is Required. Freshmen only. Open to CHEME, EE, ME Majors Only. STAFF Dis M PHELP 1525 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1525 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1525 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1526 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1529 STAFF Dis R PHELP 1529 STAFF Dis M PHELP ENGR ECONOMIC ANLYS Dodson E N 3.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1508 Upper Division only. Open to CHEME, ECE, EE, ME, CMPSC, CMPEN Majors Only. 102A SPEC TOPIC ENGR BUS Hansen G S 1.0 PNP Sem R PM LSB ADVANCED ENGR WRIT Holms A E 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2115 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. STAFF Dis T B A 185A BUSINESS SKILLS Hansen G S 4.0 Let Lec MW PM HFH 1104 Seniors only. 185B ENTREPRENEURSHIP Greathouse J 4.0 Let Lec MW PM BRDA 1640 Seniors only. 191A PROFESSIONAL SEM Morouse J M 2.0 Let Lec T HFH 1104 Upper Division only. 191B PROFESSIONAL SEM Block S A 2.0 Let Lec R HFH 1104 Upper Division only. 191D PROFESSIONAL SEM Cremin D L 2.0 Let Lec M PM PHELP 3515 Upper Division only. 192A ENTREP IN LIFE SCI STAFF 2.0 Let Lec R PM PHELP 3515 Seniors only. 202A SPEC TOPIC ENGR BUS Hansen G S 1.0 SU Sem R PM LSB 1001 GRAD Students only. 285A BUSINESS SKILLS Hansen G S 4.0 Let Lec MW PM HFH B ENTREPRENEURSHIP Greathouse J 4.0 Let Lec MW PM BRDA E MANAGING INNOVATION Seibold D R 4.0 Let Lec T PM PHELP 1445 GRAD Students only. 291A PROFESSIONAL SEM Morouse J M 2.0 Let Sem T HFH 1104 GRAD Students only. 291B PROFESSIONAL SEM Block S A 2.0 Let Sem R HFH D PROFESSIONAL SEM Cremin D L 2.0 Let Sem M PM PHELP A ENTREP. IN LIFE SCI STAFF 2.0 Let Sem R PM PHELP 3515 English ENGL 10 INTRO TO LIT STUDY Blau S D 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 1112 GE: A2. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1232 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 10AC INTRO TO LIT ST-AC STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 3523 GE: A2. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1232 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 10EM INTRO TO LIT ST-EM STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW HSSB 1227 GE: A2. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

67 English 65 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1214 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 10LC INTRO TO LIT ST-LC STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 1112 GE: A2. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1231 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 15 SHAKESPEARE Corum R 4.0 Opt Lec MW SH 2635 GE: G, WRT. 50 INT US MINRTY LIT Lim S 4.0 Opt Lec TR EMBAR HALL GE: G, ETH, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T SH 1430 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2127 STAFF Dis W SH 1415 STAFF Dis W SH 1415 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 1227 STAFF Dis R SH 1415 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis T B A 50S SEM US MINRTY LIT Lim S 1.0 Let Sem T SH S HONORS SEMINAR Boscagli M 1.0 Opt Sem R SH 2635 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 101 ENGL LIT MED-1650 Helgerson R 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1004 GE: G, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF T NH 1109 STAFF T PM HSSB 1227 STAFF W GIRV 1112 STAFF W SH 2607 STAFF W NH 1109 STAFF W PM HSSB 1223 STAFF W PM HSSB 1231 STAFF W SH 2607 STAFF Lec TR SH 1415 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 101S SEM ENGL LIT Helgerson R 1.0 Opt Sem T SH 2716 Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 102 ENG & AM Erickson R A 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1430 GE: G, WRT. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 103A AMER LIT Lemenager S S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 3523 GE: G, WRT. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 104A AMER LIT 1900-PRES Huang Yu 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV 1004 GE: G, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF M HSSB 1223 STAFF M PM HSSB 1207 STAFF T SH 1609 STAFF T SH 1415 STAFF T HSSB 2251 STAFF T PM HSSB 1223 STAFF T HSSB 1233 STAFF T PM HSSB AS SEM AMER LIT Huang Yu 1.0 Opt Sem M SH B SHAKESPEARE: LATER Kearney J J 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1004 GE: G, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF T HSSB 1227 STAFF T PM HSSB 1210 STAFF T SH 2617 STAFF T PM SH 2617 STAFF W HSSB 1231 STAFF W PM HSSB 1214 STAFF W STAFF W PM BS SEMINAR SHAKESPEARE Kearney J J 1.0 Opt Sem T SH WRITING OF VERSE Lim S 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1508 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 113PS LIT THEORY & CRIT Maslan M J 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1112 GE: WRT, G. 114WR WOMEN & LITERATURE Boscagli M 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1004 GE: G, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF T HSSB 1223 STAFF T PM HSSB 1207 STAFF W SH 1609 STAFF W NH 1109 STAFF W HSSB 1223 STAFF W PM HSSB 1207 STAFF T SH 1415 STAFF T PM SH RH CULTURAL REPRESENT Bergel G E 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1112 GE: G, WRT. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

68 66 English 124 MODERN SHORT STORY Corum R 4.0 Opt Lec MW SH 1430 GE: WRT, G. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. STAFF Lec T B A Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 132AW AMERICAN WRITERS Waid C J 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV 1112 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 133GC AMER REGIONAL LIT Newfield C J 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1430 AMH. GE: G, WRT. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 140 CONTEMP AMER LIT Allaback S L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF SH 1430 GE: WRT, G. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 147A MED HIST & THEORY Ghosh B 4-8 Opt Lec MW PM SH 1430 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 152A CHAUCER-CNTRBRY TLS Fradenburg L 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3519 GE: WRT, G. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 162 MILTON Hiltner K C 4.0 Opt Lec MW SH 1430 GE: WRT, G. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 165TL TOPICS IN LITERATUR STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1430 GE: G, WRT. 165WT TOPICS IN LITERATUR Boscagli M 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1119 GE: G, WRT. Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 169 REST & 18TH C DRAMA Hiatt M E 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP 3519 Pass 1 restricted to ENGL, CLIT, CRTST Majors Only. 195I INTERN STAFF 1-4 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 196 HONORS ENGLISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 197 UPPER-DIV SEMINAR Gutierrez-Jon 4.0 Opt Sem TR SH 2617 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Hiltner K C Sem MW SH 2617 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Kearney J J Sem TR SH 2617 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Lemenager S S Sem MW SH 2617 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Maslan M J Sem TR SH 1415 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Pasternack C Sem TR SH 2617 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. Raley R M Sem TR SH 2617 Upper Division only. Open to ENGL Majors Only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEPENDEN RESEARCH STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 232 STDS 18TH CENT LIT Cook E H 4.0 Opt Sem M SH 2716 GRAD Students only. 233 STDS 19TH CENT LIT Caldwell J M 4.0 Opt Sem T SH 2716 GRAD Students only. 234 STDS 20TH CENT LIT Duffy A E 4.0 Opt Sem W SH 2716 GRAD Students only. 235 STDS AMERICAN LIT Scott D 4.0 Opt Sem R SH 2716 GRAD Students only. Newfield C J Sem T PM SH 2617 GRAD Students only. 236 STDS LIT CRITICISM Bergel G E 4.0 Opt Sem W SH 2716 GRAD Students only. Raley R M Sem R PM SH 2635 GRAD Students only. 274A AM CLT & GLBL CNTXT Gunn G B 1.0 IP Sem F SH 2617 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. GRAD Students only. 297 GRADUATE STUDIES STAFF 4.0 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 500 DIRECTED TEACHING STAFF 4.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 591 DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM Warner W B 1.0 SU Col F SH 2617 GRAD Students only. 593 GRAD TECH COLLOQ Liu A Y 1.0 SU Col T HSSB 3202 GRAD Students only. 594 ACGCC COLLOQUIUM Gutierrez-Jon 1.0 SU Col T B A GRAD Students only. 595 EMC COLLOQUIUM Fumerton M P 1.0 SU Col T B A GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

69 English Environmental Science & Management Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in English. Abbott H P Cook E H...09 Gunn G B...62 Lemenager S S Rose M A...78 Allaback S L Corum R...28 Gutierrez-J L...26 Lim S Samolsky R E...02 Bergel G E Davis C...06 Gutierrez-Jon...21 Liu A Y Scott D...18 Blau S D Duffy A E...47 Helgerson R...24 Maslan M J Spacks B...10 Boscagli M Erickson R A...13 Hiatt M E...34 Newfield C J St.Omer G T...73 Butler-Evans Foster Iii G...07 Hiltner K C...27 O Connell M W Waid C J...12 Caldwell J M Fradenburg L...17 Huang Yu...20 Pasternack C Warner W B...11 Carlson J A Fumerton M P...29 Isola Z...25 Raley R M Young K...60 Coklin L Ghosh B...22 Kearney J J...15 Ridland J M Environmental Science & Management ESM 200 ENV CASE STUDIES Lenihan H S 0.5 SU Dis T B A GRAD Students only. Open to ESM Majors Only. 201 ECOLOGICAL PRINCIPL Davis F W 4.0 Let Lec MW BREN 1414 A Lab/Dis is Required. Davis F W Dis T BREN 3035 Davis F W Dis W BREN EARTH SYSTEM SCI Dunne T 4.0 Let Lec TR BREN 1414 A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. STAFF Dis T BREN 1424 STAFF Dis W BREN 1424 STAFF Dis R BREN A DATA ANALYSIS ESM Kendall B E 1.0 IP Lec MW BREN 1414 A Lab/Dis is Required. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. STAFF Lab T BREN 3015 STAFF Lab T BREN 3035 STAFF Lab T BREN STRATEGIC MGMT Delmas M A 4.0 Opt Lec MW BREN 1414 Libecap G D Lec MW BREN MICROB PROCESS ENV Holden P A 4.0 Opt Lec MW BREN L LAB MICROBIAL PRO STAFF 1.0 Opt Lab F BREN WATERSHED QUAL MGMT Keller A A 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN 1520 W BREN WATER POLICY Wilkinson R C 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN COST-BENEFIT ANALY Kotchen M J 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN MICROECON ENV MGT Kotchen M J 2.0 Opt Lec TR BREN 1414 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M BREN 1424 STAFF Dis R BREN MANAGE. SCI. DATA Frew J E 4.0 Opt Lec MW BREN PRIN PRAC ENVR PLAN STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec M PM BREN ETHICAL DECISN ENVT STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW BREN B GROUP PROJECT - B Costello C J 4.0 IP Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Davis F W Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Delmas M A Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Dozier J C Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Dunne T Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. STAFF Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Geyer R Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Holden P A Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Kendall B E Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Kotchen M J Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Lenihan H S Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Libecap G D Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Tague C L Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Wilkinson R C Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Von Weizsacke Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 410 INTERN PRACTICUM Melack J M 1.0 SU Fld T B A 595AA GROUP STUDIES Tague C L 2-4 SU Sem T B A DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

70 68 Environmental Science & Management Environmental Studies 595G GROUP STUDIES Davis F W 2-4 SU Sem T B A 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH Melack J M 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 597 IND STUDY-PHD EXAM Aigner D J 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PHD RESEARCH & PREP Aigner D J 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Environmental Science & Management. Aigner D J Dozier J C...11 Jostes J C...27 Lenihan H S Tague C L...23 Costello C J Dunne T...30 Keller A A...04 Libecap G D Von Weizsacke...17 Davis F W Frew J E...08 Kendall B E...13 Melack J M Wilkinson R C...10 Deacon R T Geyer R...18 Kolstad C D...20 Osherenko G Young O R...06 Delmas M A Holden P A...07 Kotchen M J...26 Ramus C A Environmental Studies ENV S 1 INTRO ENVIR STUDIES Freudenburg W 4.0 Opt Lec TR MUSIC LLCH GE: D, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis W HSSB 1228 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis T HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis W HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1251 STAFF Dis W HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis T HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R HSSB SHORELINE ISSUES STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec F HSSB 1173 GE: WRT. 100 ENVIRONMENTAL ECOL STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MWF PSYCH 1824 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis R HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis R BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F HSSB C DARWININ REVOLUTION Osborne M A 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN 1414 GE: E. 114A SOIL SCIENCE Chadwick O A 5.0 Let Lec TR ELLSN 3621 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab W BREN URBAN ENVIRONMENT Wilkinson R C 4.0 Opt Lec T PM CHEM 1171 Upper Division only. 120 TOXICS IN THE ENV Muller E B 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV A 3RD WORLD ENV PROSP Stonich S C 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 GE: NWC, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to ENVST Majors Only. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis W ARTS COASTAL PROC & MGMT McGinnis M 4.0 Opt Lec TR WORLD AGRICULTURE Cleveland D A 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2620 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1251 STAFF Dis R GIRV A ENVT IMPACT ANALYS Almy R B 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2128 Upper Division only. 168 AQUEOUS TRANSPORT Clark J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF WEBB 1025 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PSB-S 2711 STAFF Dis R PSB-S ENVIRON ETHICS McGinnis M 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2128 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis T HSSB CURRENT TOPICS Chadwick O A 1.0 PNP Sem W PM CHEM INTERN ENVT STUDIES STAFF 1-12 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ENVST, HYDRO Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 197 SENIOR THESIS Graves G R 6.0 Let Lec W BREN 4316 Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

71 Environmental Studies Exercise & Sport Studies INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ENVST, HYDRO Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA INDEPENDEN RESEARCH STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ENVST, HYDRO Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 500 TA TRAINING Cremers M H 1.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. 501 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIRECT READ RESCH STAFF 2-8 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Environmental Studies. Almy R B Dugan J E...08 Loaiciga H...12 Polne-Fuller Soleri D...04 Berry L M Freudenburg W...36 Manalis M S...27 Proctor J D Stone D...33 Chadwick O A Gaines S...25 McGinnes J M...28 Relis P M Stonich S C...16 Clark J Graves G R...02 McGinnis M...10 Sax D F Talamantez I...31 Cleveland D A Keller E A...59 Muller E B...32 Schimel J P Wack P W...21 Cremers M H Kolstad C D...20 Osborne M A...51 Schmitt R J Walker B L...35 D Antonio C M Krop L J...39 Osherenko G...07 Shelton J Wilkinson R C...30 Deacon R T Lewin B A...22 Parker S S...23 Smith E R Exercise & Sport Studies Exercise Sport ES I C BASEBALL Brontsema R P 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF BSBL FIELD Intercollegiate men only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-4A ELEM BADMINTON Gregory K M 0.5 PNP Lab MW RGYM B INTERMED BADMINTON Gregory K M 0.5 PNP Lab MW RGYM B INTERMED BASEBALL Brontsema R P 0.5 PNP Lab TR BSBL FIELD 1-5C ADVANCED BASEBALL Brontsema R P 0.5 PNP Lab TR BSBL FIELD 1-6A ELEM BASKETBALL Brontsema R P 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN PVGYM 1-6B INTERMED BASKETBALL STAFF 0.5 PNP Lab TR PM RECEN PVGYM Brontsema R P Lab TR RECEN PVGYM 1-6C ADVANCED BASKETBALL STAFF 0.5 PNP Lab TR PM RECEN PVGYM 1-7A ELEM BOAT & SAIL Del Nero D E 0.5 PNP Lab W SB HARBR Fee charged. Del Nero D E Lab W SB HARBR Fee charged. Del Nero D E Lab R SB HARBR Fee charged. Del Nero D E Lab R SB HARBR Fee charged. Del Nero D E Lab T SB HARBR Fee charged. Del Nero D E Lab F SB HARBR Fee charged. 1-7B INTERMED BOAT & SAI Del Nero D E 0.5 PNP Lab F SB HARBR Fee charged. 1-9A ELEMENTARY BOWLING Shepard T J 0.5 PNP Lab R ZODO LANES Fee charged. 1-10A ELEM AEROBIC & FITN Jamieson A E 0.5 PNP Lab MW RGYM 1430 Clarke C S Lab MW RGYM B INT AEROBIC & FITN Williams A 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM C ADV AEROBIC & FITN Chin B J 0.5 PNP Lab MW RGYM I C BASKETBALL French M S 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF EVENT CENTR Women only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Williams R A Lab MTWRF EVENT CENTR Intercollegiate men only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-13A ELEMENTARY FENCING Robinson T 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM 2120 Fee charged. Robinson T Lab TR RGYM 2120 Fee charged. 1-13B INTERMED FENCING Robinson T 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM 2120 Fee charged. Robinson T Lab TR RGYM 2120 Fee charged IC CROSS COUNTRY Dolan P H 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF TRACK FIELD Women only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dolan P H Lab MTWRF TRACK FIELD Intercollegiate men only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-16A BALLROOM DANCE Ota K 0.5 PNP Lab MW RGYM 2320 Ota K Lab TR RGYM B INT BALLROOM DANCE Ota K 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM I C GOLF Lass S 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF GOLF COURS Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-24A ELEMENTARY GOLF Preston K A 0.5 PNP Lab MW STORK FIELD Fee charged. Preston K A Lab MW STORK FIELD Fee charged. Rassenti D Lab T STORK FIELD Fee charged. Jasinski P O Lab T STORK FIELD Fee charged. 1-24B INTERMEDIATE GOLF Deheras D J 0.5 PNP Lab W STORK FIELD Fee charged. Jasinski P O Lab R STORK FIELD Fee charged. Preston K A Lab MW STORK FIELD Fee charged. 1-25A ELEM TMBL-FREE EXER Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM 1270 Badulescu M Lab TR RGYM 1270 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

72 70 Exercise & Sport Studies 1-25B INTERMED TBL-FR EXR Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM A ELEM GYMNAST-APPRTU Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM B INTERMED GYMN APPR Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM A ELEM RACQUETBALL Rassenti D 0.5 PNP Lab MW RECEN COURT Fee charged. Rassenti D Lab MW RECEN COURT Fee charged. Rassenti D Lab TR RECEN COURT Fee charged. 1-29B INT RACQUETBALL Rassenti D 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN COURT Fee charged. 1-30A ELEMENTARY SOCCER Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM FIELD 1-30B INTERMEDIATE SOCCER Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM FIELD 1-31A SOFTBALL-ELEMENTARY Myers T G 0.5 PNP Lab MW BSBL FIELD 1-31B SOFTBALL-INTERMED Myers T G 0.5 PNP Lab MW BSBL FIELD 1-32 I C SOFTBALL Schroeder K H 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF SFTBL FIELD Women only. Instructor approval required prior to registration I C SWIMMING Wilson G F 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF SWIM POOL Intercollegiate men only. MWF SWIM POOL Instructor approval required prior to registration. Wilson G F Lab MTWRF SWIM POOL Women only. MWF SWIM POOL Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-34A ELEMENTARY SWIMMING Altman D M 0.5 PNP Lab MW RECEN POOL Altman D M Lab TR RECEN POOL 1-34B INTERMED SWIMMING Wilson G F 0.5 PNP Lab MW RECEN POOL Kipp J A Lab TR RECEN POOL Altman D M Lab TR RECEN POOL 1-35A ELEM SYNCHRON SWIM Houghton B L 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN POOL 1-36 JOGGING FITNESS STAFF 0.5 PNP Lab TR TRACK FIELD 1-37 I C TENNIS Kirkwood P A 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF RGYM CTS Women only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Davis M J Lab MTWRF RECEN CTS Intercollegiate men only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-38A ELEMENTARY TENNIS Davis M J 0.5 PNP Lab MW RGYM CTS Fee charged. Kirkwood P A Lab MW RGYM CTS Fee charged. Gerstenfeld P Lab TR RECEN CTS Fee charged. 1-38B INTERMEDIATE TENNIS Gerstenfeld P 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN CTS Fee charged. Gerstenfeld P Lab TR RECEN CTS Fee charged. 1-38C ADVANCED TENNIS Kirkwood P A 0.5 PNP Lab TR RGYM CTS Fee charged. 1-40A ELEM VOLLEYBALL Preston K A 0.5 PNP Lab TR EVENT CENTR 1-40B INTERMED VOLLEYBALL Gregory K M 0.5 PNP Lab MW EVENT CENTR Preston K A Lab TR EVENT CENTR 1-40C ADV VOLLEYBALL Gregory K M 0.5 PNP Lab MW EVENT CENTR 1-41A ELEM WATER POLO Rave P D 0.5 PNP Lab MW RECEN POOL 1-42 I C TRACK AND FIELD Dolan P H 0.5 PNP Lab MTRF TRACK FIELD Women only. MTWRF PM TRACK FIELD Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dolan P H Lab MTRF TRACK FIELD Intercollegiate men only. MTWRF PM TRACK FIELD Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-43A BEGIN WEIGHT TRAIN Altman D M 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN WTRM Altman D M Lab TR RECEN WTRM Williams A Lab TR RGYM 1430 Williams A Lab TR RECEN WTRM Altman D M Lab MW RECEN WTRM 1-43B INTER WEIGHT TRAIN Myers T G 0.5 PNP Lab MW RECEN WTRM Myers T G Lab TR RECEN WTRM Altman D M Lab MW RECEN WTRM 1-43D COND/WT. TRAIN Schroeder P J 0.5 PNP Lab T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-43E WEIGHT TRAIN-WOMEN Chin B J 0.5 PNP Lab MW RECEN WTRM Williams A Lab TR RECEN WTRM 1-45 I C WATER POLO Wigo W N 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF SWIM POOL Intercollegiate men only. TR SWIM POOL Instructor approval required prior to registration. Altman D M Lab MTWRF SWIM POOL Women only. MWF SWIM POOL Instructor approval required prior to registration I C VOLLEYBALL Gregory K M 0.5 PNP Lab MTWRF RGYM 1220 Women only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Preston K A Lab MTWRF RGYM 1220 Intercollegiate men only. Instructor approval required prior to registration I C SOCCER Stumpf P A 0.5 PNP Lab TW RGYM FIELD Women only. R PM HARDR STAD Instructor approval required prior to registration. Vom Steeg T H Lab MTWRF RGYM FIELD Intercollegiate men only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 1-59A ELEM AQUA AEROBICS Miles D L 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN POOL 1-59B INT AQUA AEROBICS Miles D L 0.5 PNP Lab TR RECEN POOL 1-99 LIFETM ACT INTRSTS Badulescu M 0.5 PNP Lab T B A Brontsema R P Lab T B A Chin B J Lab T B A Kipp J A Lab T B A Robinson T Lab T B A Del Nero D E Lab T B A Ota K Lab T B A Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

73 Exercise & Sport Studies 71 Shepard T J Lab T B A Williams A Lab T B A Jamieson A E Lab T B A Preston K A Lab T B A Rave P D Lab T B A Clarke C S Lab T B A Badulescu M Lab T B A Kirkwood P A Lab T B A Wilson G F Lab T B A Houghton B L Lab T B A Rassenti D Lab T B A Altman D M Lab T B A Miles D L Lab T B A Gregory K M Lab T B A Deheras D J Lab T B A Myers T G Lab T B A STAFF Lab T B A Jasinski P O Lab T B A Davis M J Lab T B A Gerstenfeld P Lab T B A Schroeder P J Lab T B A STAFF Lab T B A Exercise & Sport Studies ESS 2 SUBSTANCE ABUSE Powell R C 3.0 Opt Lec MWF LSB NUTRITION/HEALTH Gilbert A R 3.0 Opt Lec MWF IV THEA1 4A LIFE FITNESS Myers T G 2.0 Opt Lec F RECEN 2103 A Lab/Dis is Required. Myers T G Lab MWF RGYM A FIRST AID & CPR Ceriale S 3.0 Opt Lec M PHELP 1425 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Ceriale S Lab TR RGYM 1410 Ceriale S Lab TR RGYM A FIRST AID & CPR Houghton B L 3.0 Opt Lec F RECEN 1501 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Houghton B L Lab MW RGYM 1410 Houghton B L Lab MW RGYM A FIRST AID & CPR Powell R C 3.0 Opt Lec W PHELP 1425 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Powell R C Lab MF RGYM 1410 Powell R C Lab MF RGYM LEAD & TEAM BLDG Tucknott R A 2.0 Opt Lec M RECEN 2103 A Lab/Dis is Required. Tucknott R A Lab W RGYM A APPRECIATION SPORTS Hoover B M 2.0 Opt Lec MW HFH 1104 Fee charged. 32F PRIN OF OFFICIATING Stoney J B 2.0 Opt Lec MW RECEN HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY Gilbert A R 3.0 Opt Lec TR RECEN 1501 Aguilar P T Lec TR RECEN ANAT OF MUSCU SYSTM Still K E 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM RECEN 1501 Aguilar P T Lec MW RECEN LIFEGRD/H2O SAFETY Houghton B L 2.0 Opt Lec W RGYM 1410 A Lab/Dis is Required. Houghton B L Lab MF RECEN POOL 48 LIFEGRD/H2O SAFETY Houghton B L 2.0 Opt Lec W RGYM 1410 A Lab/Dis is Required. Houghton B L Lab MF RECEN POOL 51 INTRO EX SCI & SPOR Ceriale S 3.0 Opt Lec MWF RECEN FIELDWORK Schroeder P J 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 98 READINGS Schroeder P J 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 100 RESEARCH IN SPORT Schroeder P J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF RECEN PHYSIOL OF EXERCISE Gilbert A R 4.0 Opt Lec TR RECEN 1501 Upper Division only. 101L EXERCISE PHYS LAB Ceriale S 1.0 Opt Lab W RGYM 1125 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Ceriale S Lab F RGYM 1125 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 130 SPORT ADMINISTRATN. Ferrer A J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF RECEN 2103 Upper Division only. Fee charged. 131 SPORT EXERCISE PSY Schroeder P J 4.0 Opt Lec TR RECEN 2103 Upper Division only. Spaventa J A Lec TR RECEN 2103 Upper Division only. 132 SPORT SOCIOLOGY Dale J E 4.0 Opt Lec MWF EMBAR HALL Upper Division only. 140 SPORT MANAGEMENT Ferrer A J 4.0 Opt Lec TR RECEN APPLIED KINESIOLOGY Aguilar P T 4.0 Opt Lec TR RECEN 2103 Upper Division only. 150 ATHLETIC INJURIES Ceriale S 4.0 Opt Lec TR RECEN CUR ISS SPRT MGMT Schroeder P J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF RECEN 1501 Upper Division only. 170B TEQ ANLYS-BASKTBALL Beainy B J 3.0 Let Lec T RECEN 1502 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Beainy B J Lab R RECEN PVGYM 170C TEQ ANLYS-BASEBALL Ferrer A J 3.0 Let Lec MW RECEN 2128 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Ferrer A J Lab MW RECEN A M/P FITNESS INSTRUC Jamieson A E 3.0 Opt Lec MW RECEN 2103 A Lab/Dis is Required. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

74 72 Exercise & Sport Studies Film and Media Studies Jamieson A E Lab MW RGYM M/P MUSC FITN INSTR Jamieson A E 3.0 Let Lec TR RECEN 2103 A Lab/Dis is Required. Jamieson A E Lab TR RGYM PRACTICUM COACHING Ferrer A J 3.0 Opt Sem M RECEN 2128 A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Ferrer A J Lab T B A 182 PRACT HLTH SCIENCE Gilbert A R 4.0 Opt Lec MW RECEN 1501 A Lab/Dis is Required. Gilbert A R Dis T B A 185 TEACH EX SCI & SPRT Schroeder P J 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Upper Division only. 193 INTERN EXSCI & SPRT Schroeder P J 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 STUDIES EXSCI/SPRT Schroeder P J 1-5 Let Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Film and Media Studies Film Studies FLMST 46 INTRO TO CINEMA Brusutti A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1920 GE: WRT, F. A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Dis M ELLSN 1714 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 1714 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 1714 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 1714 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 1714 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 1714 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 1710 Brusutti A Dis M ELLSN 1710 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 46MS MAJOR SEMINAR Brusutti A 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 54 HOLLYWOOD INDUSTRY Pillsburry S 2.0 Opt Lec F PM GIRV A HISTORY SILENT FILM Felando C L 5.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1920 TR BUCHN 1920 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to FLMST Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Lab R ELLSN 1714 STAFF Lab R ELLSN 1714 STAFF Lab R ELLSN 1714 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab M ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab M ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab M ELLSN F FILM TECHNOLOGY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR KERR STU-A Open to FLMST, FAMST Majors Only. Fee charged. 106A CREW PRODUCTION Driskel D B 4.0 Opt Sem WF ELLSN 1714 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to FLMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. Driskel D B T B A STAFF Sem T B A Open to FLMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 107 ANIMATION INTRO Driskel D B 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1930 Open to FLMST, FAMST Majors Only. 112 LIGHTING Bieber C L 4.0 Opt Sem TR KERR STU A Upper Division only. Open to FLMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 113DI SPECIAL TOPICS Anders A 4.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 1714 Fee charged. 113FP SPECIAL TOPICS Walker J R 4.0 Opt Lec F PM IV THEA1 Upper Division only. M ELLSN 1714 Open to FLMST Majors Only. 114A CREATING PERFORM Kawalek N L 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM KERR STU-A Open to FLMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 122CA NATIONAL CINEMAS Osborne-Thomp 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1930 Fee charged. W PM BUCHN IT NATIONAL CINEMAS Brusutti A 4.0 Opt Lec MW PM BUCHN 1920 Fee charged. 150CA FILM GENRE Osborne-Thomp 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM BUCHN 1920 Fee charged. 150MC FILM GENRE Siegel G D 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1920 Fee charged. 183 FILM NAT HUMAN ENV Walker J R 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1920 Upper Division only. T PM BUCHN 1930 Fee charged. 187YC TOPICS IN ANALYSIS Felando C L 4.0 Opt Lec MW ELLSN 1714 M PM ELLSN 1714 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 188A BASIC SCREENWRITING Portuges P C 4.0 Opt Sem TR PM ELLSN 1714 Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 190EC FILM/OTHER ARTS Siegel G D 4.0 Opt Sem T ELLSN 1714 Fee charged. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

75 Film and Media Studies French and Italian B CONTEMPORARY THEORY Sarkar B 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1920 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab R ELLSN 1714 STAFF Lab R ELLSN 1714 STAFF Lab R ELLSN 1714 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab M ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab M ELLSN 1710 STAFF Lab M ELLSN INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to FLMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to FLMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 220 TEXTUAL ANALYSIS Bloom P J 4.0 Let Sem MW PM ELLSN 1714 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Fee charged. 268 GLOBAL THEORIES Sarkar B 4.0 Let Sem TR PM ELLSN TA PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIR READING & RES STAFF 1-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Film Studies. Anders A Brusutti A...04 Holt J...15 Portuges P C Walker J R...08 Bieber C L Driskel D B...06 Kawalek N L...07 Rickels L A Wolfe C C...09 Bloom P J Everett A...02 Mendell L B...17 Sarkar B Branigan E R Felando C L...25 Parks L A...12 Siegel G D Braun N A Hebdige R W...26 Penley C...10 Venegas C French and Italian French FR 1 ELEMENTARY FRENCH Nesci C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1445 Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR PHELP 1444 Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR NH 1111 Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR HSSB 1223 Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR HSSB 1227 Letter grade required for majors. 2 ELEMENTARY FRENCH Nesci C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR HSSB ELEMENTARY FRENCH Nesci C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR HSSB 1237 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR HSSB 1231 Letter grade required for majors. 4 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Nesci C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR HSSB 1223 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR PHELP 5312 Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR HSSB 1231 Letter grade required for majors. 5 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Nesci C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR SH 1609 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. 6 INTERMEDIATE FRENCH Nesci C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1448 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. Nesci C Dis MTWR HSSB 4202 Letter grade required for majors. 26 ADV COMPOSITION Nesci C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF Nesci C Lec MWF GIRV AX TALES OF LOVE Brown C J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1174 GE: EUR, E, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Brown C J Dis W PHELP 3519 Brown C J Dis W PM HSSB 1206 Brown C J Dis W PHELP 5309 Brown C J Dis W HSSB H TALES OF LOVE HONOR Brown C J 1.0 Opt Sem T B A Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 101A LIT & CUL ANALYSIS Skenazi E C 4.0 Opt Dis MWF GIRV 1115 GE: G. 101B LIT & CUL ANALYSIS Prieto E 4.0 Opt Dis MWF PHELP 1420 GE: G. 107X 2ND LANG ACQUISIT Chun D M 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1109 Upper Division only. 110 SENIOR HONORS SEM Jullien D M 4.0 Let Sem R PHELP 5309 Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Levy S Sem T PHELP 5313 Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 121CX FRANCE Bernstein H J 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH AMBIGUITY/OPPOSITIO Skenazi E C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV X NEGATIVE THINKING Sturm E 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1174 GE: WRT, G. 163 POLITIC OF PARADISE Sturm E 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1445 GE: G. 178CX TECHNOL & CINEMA Maleuvre D 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 GE: F, WRT. 182 LIT TRAN THRY/PRAC Maleuvre D 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH X FANTASY/FANTASTIC Jullien D M 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1802 GE: G. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEPENDEN RESEARCH STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

76 74 French and Italian Geography 202A CRITICAL WRITING Enders J 4.0 Opt Sem W SH 2617 GRAD Students only. 229C POETRY, POETICS Levy S 4.0 Opt Sem T PHELP E AUTO Jullien D M 4.0 Opt Sem R PHELP APPRENTICE TEACHING STAFF 4.0 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 597 INDEPENDENT STUDY STAFF 4.0 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 M A RSCH & PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 DISS PREPARATION STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in French. Brown C J Levy S...04 Nesci C...42 Skenazi E C Enders J Maleuvre D...07 Prieto E...09 Sturm E Jullien D M Maurseth A B...03 Schultz J M...16 Tobin R W French and Italian Italian ITAL 1 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN Ellis A R 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR HSSB 1211 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR HSSB 1211 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR HSSB 1211 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR HSSB 1211 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR HSSB 1227 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR PHELP 1440 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR GIRV 2119 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR PHELP 1445 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR PHELP 1440 Letter grade required for majors. 2 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN Ellis A R 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR GIRV 2116 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR HSSB 1215 Letter grade required for majors. 3 ELEMENTARY ITALIAN Ellis A R 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR GIRV 2119 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR PHELP 1444 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR GIRV 2108 Letter grade required for majors. 4 INTERMED ITALIAN Ellis A R 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1445 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR HSSB 1215 Letter grade required for majors. Ellis A R Dis MTWR GIRV 2108 Letter grade required for majors. 6 INTERMED ITALIAN Ellis A R 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1440 GE: B. Letter grade required for majors. 8A ITALIAN CONVERSATN Ellis A R 2.0 Opt Dis MW GIRV 2108 Letter grade required for majors. 26 ADV GRAMMAR & COMP Ellis A R 4.0 Opt Lec MTWR GIRV ITAL NARRATIVE FICT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV X ITALIAN THEATRE STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH SENIOR SEMINAR Fogu C 4.0 Opt Sem W GIRV INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 596 DIRECTED READING STAFF 1-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Italian. Arnold L B Fogu C...05 Re L...13 Ellis A R Padula V...02 Snyder J R...04 Geography GEOG 2 WORLD REGIONS Eakin H C 4.0 Opt Lec MW PM HSSB 1173 GE: D, NWC. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis W ELLSN A OCEAN/ATMOSPHERE Still C J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1940 GE: C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 3620 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 3620 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 2621 STAFF Dis M ELLSN B LAND, WATER & LIFE Smith T R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF WEBB 1100 GE: C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 2621 STAFF Dis W ELLSN PEOPLE/PLACE/ENVIRO Montello D R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1910 GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis W ELLSN MAPS AND MAPPING Clarke K 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM 1171 GE: C. A Lab/Dis is Required. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

77 Geography 75 STAFF Lab M ELLSN 3621 STAFF Lab T PM ELLSN PHYS OCEANOGRAPHY Washburn L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2620 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 2620 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 2620 STAFF Dis W ELLSN INTRO ECON GEOG Sweeney S H 4.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN A TRANSPORT PLAN&MOD Goulias K 4.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 2620 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab M ELLSN 2610 STAFF Lab M ELLSN A SOIL SCIENCE Chadwick O A 5.0 Let Lec TR ELLSN 2620 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab W BREN A EARTH FROM ABOVE Schneider A 5.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB 1173 A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Lab T ELLSN 3620 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 3620 STAFF Lab W PM ELLSN GROUNDWATER Loaiciga H 5.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 3621 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab T PM ELLSN CARTOGRAPHIC DESIGN Raubal M M 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab M ELLSN 2610 STAFF Lab T ELLSN CALIFORNIA Michaelsen J 4.0 Opt Lec TR EMBAR HALL GE: WRT. 161 WORLD AGRICULTURE Cleveland D A 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2620 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1251 STAFF Dis R GIRV ENV DATA ANALYSIS Roberts D A 4.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 2620 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab T ELLSN 5824 STAFF Lab T ELLSN A INTRO GEOG INF SYS Raubal M M 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1940 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab W ELLSN 2610 STAFF Lab W ELLSN 2610 STAFF Lab R ELLSN 2610 STAFF Lab W PM ELLSN GLOBAL CITIES Couclelis H M 4.0 Let Lec TR ELLSN 2620 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R ELLSN 3621 STAFF Dis W ELLSN D URBAN & ENVIRON SYS Church R L 4.0 Opt Lec MW PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF W ELLSN 3621 STAFF W ELLSN INTERN IN GEOGRAPHY STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to GEOG Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 198 READINGS IN GEOG STAFF 1-2 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to GEOG Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to GEOG Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 200A INTRO TO GEOG RES Eakin H C 2.0 SU Lec R ELLSN 5824 GRAD Students only. 201 SEMINAR GEOGRAPHY Kyriakidis P 2.0 SU Sem TR BUCHN 1930 GRAD Students only. 208 WATER RESOURCES Loaiciga H 4.0 Opt Lec T B A 210A ANALYTICAL METH I Siegel D A 4.0 Let Lec MWF ELLSN 2620 A Lab/Dis is Required. Siegel D A Dis F ELLSN A TRANSP PLAN & MOD Goulias K 5.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 3620 A Lab/Dis is Required. Goulias K Dis M ELLSN 2610 Goulias K Dis M ELLSN A ADV REMOTE SENSING Roberts D A 5.0 Opt Lec T B A A Lab/Dis is Required. Roberts D A Lab T B A 230 BEHAVIOR GEOG Golledge R G 4.0 Opt Sem M ELLSN PHYS. OCEANOGRAPHY Dickey T D 4.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 6824 Washburn L 278 GEOSTAT MODELING Kyriakidis P 5.0 Opt Lec TR ELLSN 5824 A Lab/Dis is Required. Kyriakidis P Lab F ELLSN RC SPECIAL TOPIC GEOG Church R L 2-4 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

78 76 Geography Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies 288SS SPECIAL TOPIC GEOG Sweeney S H 2-4 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. 295 ADV TOP IN PEDOLOGY Chadwick O A 4.0 Opt Sem TR ELLSN TA TRAINING Roberts D A 4.0 SU Sem M ELLSN MARINE SCIENCE Dickey T D 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 596 DIR READING & RES STAFF 2-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 IND STUDY-PH D EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MASTER S THESIS STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISSERTATION STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Geography. Carr D L Dozier J C...11 Goodchild M F...08 Nuernberger A Still C J...05 Chadwick O A Dunne T...30 Goulias K...27 Raubal M M Sweeney S H...04 Church R L Eakin H C...02 Jones C...25 Roberts D A Tobler W R...21 Clarke K Frew J E...37 Kyriakidis P...35 Schneider A Washburn L...14 Couclelis H M Funk C C...66 Loaiciga H...06 Siegel D A Davis F W Gautier C H...09 Michaelsen J...32 Smith R C Dickey T D Golledge R G...20 Montello D R...13 Smith T R Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies German GER 1 ELEMENTARY GERMAN Becher C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1444 Becher C Dis MTWR PHELP 1420 Becher C Dis MTWR PHELP 1444 Becher C Dis MTWR GIRV G INTRO READNG GERMAN Becher C 4.0 Opt Dis MW PM PHELP 1448 GRAD Students only. 4 INTERMEDIATE GERMAN Becher C 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1440 GE: B. Becher C Dis MTWR GIRV A ELEMENTARY YIDDISH Schwartz A M 4.0 Opt Dis T B A 101A ADVANCED GERMAN Wade E R 4.0 Opt Dis MW PHELP 1445 Letter grade required for majors. 104 GER LANG & SOCIETY Chun D M 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB A HISTORY OF CULTURE Becher C 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV 1112 Upper Division only. 115C SURVEY GERMAN LIT Rickels L A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1444 GE: G, WRT ND LANG ACQUISIT Chun D M 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1109 Upper Division only. 164F GER WRIT-NIETZSCHE Rickels L A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1425 GE: WRT, G. Upper Division only. 197 SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 4-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to GERM Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 198 READINGS IN GERMAN STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RES ASSIST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 210 SEM LIT THEORY CRIT Kittler W D 4.0 Opt Sem W PM NH A ROMANTIC MOVEMENT Holland J 4.0 Opt Sem T LSB PRACTICUM - TA S Becher C 2-4 SU Lab M PHELP DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 INDIV STD COMP EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA THESIS RES PREP STAFF 1-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-8 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in German. Chun D M Hoffmeister G...11 Mahlendorf U...07 Spieker S Derwin S Holland J...08 Rickels L A...15 Weber E Gottschalk G Kittler W D...09 Schwartz A M...03 Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies Hebrew HEB 1 ELEMENTARY HEBREW Wheeler S A 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP INTERMEDIATE HEBREW Wheeler S A 4.0 Opt Dis MW PHELP 1448 GE: B. R PHELP A MOD HEBREW PROSE Wheeler S A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1445 GE: G, WRT. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

79 Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies Global Studies Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies Slavic SLAV 1 ELEMENTARY RUSSIAN McLellan L 5.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB 1228 McClain K L Dis MTWRF HSSB INTERMEDIATE RUSSIA McLellan L 5.0 Opt Dis MTWRF HSSB 1227 GE: B. 101A ADVANCED RUSSIAN McLellan L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV 1115 A Lab/Dis is Required. McLellan L T B A 123D 20TH-C RUSS LIT II McClain K L 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1109 GE: G. Upper Division only. 130A AVANTGARDE IN RUSS Spieker S 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 GE: F. Upper Division only. 156 NOTHINGNESS Spieker S 4.0 Let Lec TR Upper Division only. 197 SR THESIS/RUSSIAN STAFF 4-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Honors students only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Slavic. McClain K L McLellan L...03 Spieker S...06 Global and International Studies Global Studies GLOBL 1 GLOBL HIS/CUL/IDEOL Gunn G B 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1910 GE: D, E, NWC, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis M HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis W HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis M HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB GLOBL SOC/ECON/POL Appelbaum R 4.0 Opt Lec MW BRDA 1610 GE: D, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB GLBL IDEOL/WRLD ORD Juergensmeyer 4.0 Opt Lec MW TD 1701 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1237 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB INTRO INTL POL ECON Cohen B J 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1910 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF R HSSB 1215 STAFF R PM GIRV 2128 STAFF R HSSB 1231 STAFF F HSSB 1233 STAFF F HSSB 1224 STAFF R ARTS 1426 STAFF R NH 1111 STAFF F SH 1609 STAFF R LSB GLBL ECON/DEVELOPM Appelbaum R 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA2 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis R HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis F HSSB GROUP STUDIES Orfalea P J 4.0 Let Sem M OFF CAMPS Seniors only. Open to GLOBL Majors Only. 77 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

80 78 Global Studies Global Peace and Security History 195 SEMINAR IN GLOBL Bardach A L 4.0 Opt Sem M PM PHELP 1425 Upper Division only. Open to GLOBL Majors Only. 197 SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem TR GIRV 1115 Upper Division only. STAFF Sem MW HSSB 1174 Upper Division only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 201 GATEWAY SEMINAR Juergensmeyer 4.0 Let Sem W PM OFF CAMPS GRAD Students only. Appelbaum R 231 THEORIES-INTERCULT Gunn G B 4.0 Let Sem M HSSB 3202 GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 232A CONTEMP ISSUES Appelbaum R 1.0 SU Dis R HSSB 3202 GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 233 TRANS-POLITICAL SYS Juergensmeyer 4.0 Let Sem W HSSB 3202 GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 235 ORG POLICY & MGMT Appelbaum R 4.0 Let Sem T HSSB 3202 GRAD Students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 501 TA PRACTICUM Juergensmeyer 4.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Global Studies. Akudinobi J Cohen B J...39 Gunn G B...62 Miescher S F Sachsenmaier...08 Appelbaum R Elver H...12 Hajjar L...09 Nash M B Seeman S T...20 Armbruster R Falk R A...11 Hecht R...16 Padula V Bhavnani K Foran J F...17 Juergensmeyer...33 Reynolds D F Campo J E Gallagher N E...69 Mann G S...31 Robinson W I Global and International Studies Global Peace and Security GPS 140 NONVIOLENCE THEORY Nash M B 4.0 Opt Sem TR GIRV 1115 Upper Division only. History HIST 2A WORLD HISTORY Digeser E D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CAMPB HALL GE: EUR, E, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis M HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis T HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis T LSB 1101 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis T PM ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis M PM ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F HSSB AH WORLD HISTORY-HONOR STAFF 5.0 Let Lec MWF CAMPB HALL GE: EUR, E, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. STAFF Dis T B A 4A WESTERN CIVILIZATIO Marx-Wolf H 4.0 Opt Lec MWF IV THEA1 GE: WRT, EUR, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis T HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis M HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis R GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis T GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis W NH 1111 STAFF Dis T HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis F ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1425 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

81 History 79 STAFF Dis M PM ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis W LSB 1101 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis T GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis M GIRV AH WESTERN CIV Marx-Wolf H 5.0 Let Lec MWF IV THEA1 GE: EUR, E, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. STAFF Dis T B A 4C WESTERN CIVILIZATIO Hasegawa T 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1179 GE: WRT, EUR, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Dis W HSSB 1227 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis R ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis R HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis F HSSB CH WESTERN CIV Hasegawa T 5.0 Let Lec TR CHEM 1179 GE: EUR, E, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. STAFF Dis T B A 5 HISTORY OF PRESENT O Connor A M 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1171 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W HSSB 1224 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis R ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB ISSUES HIST PUB POL Bergstrom R E 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1006 GE: WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1227 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis W ELLSN H ISSUES HIS PUB POL STAFF 1.0 Let Sem T B A 8 INTRO HIST LAT AMER Cline S L 4.0 Opt Lec MW CHEM 1179 GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis T HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis T HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis T ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis T ELLSN THE IDES OF MARCH Drake H A 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 4020 A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Drake H A Dis M HSSB A AMERICAN PEOPLE Cohen P C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1910 AMH. GE: WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis T GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F NH 1111 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1228 STAFF Dis T BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis T BUCHN 1934 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

82 80 History STAFF Dis F HSSB AH AMERICAN PEOPLE Cohen P C 5.0 Let Lec MWF BUCHN 1910 AMH. GE: D, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. STAFF Dis T B A 87 JAPAN HIST THRU ART Roberts L S 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1171 GE: E, NWC, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis W GIRV INTRO TO RESEARCH STAFF 1-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 107C DARWININ REVOLUTION Osborne M A 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN 1414 GE: E. 110D DISEASES IN HISTORY Guerrini A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3515 Upper Division only. 111B HISTORY OF GREECE Lee J W 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM HSSB B MEDIEVAL SPAIN Blumenthal 4.0 Opt Lec TR CRUSADES Humphreys R S 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS A RENAISSANCE ITALY Lansing C L 4.0 Opt Lec TR C FRANCE Bernstein H J 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH M RENAISSANCE MONARCH Bernstein H J 4.0 Let Sem M HSSB A EUROPE 19TH CENTURY Lindemann A S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 4020 GE: WRT. 129B 17C EUROPE Sonnino P M 4.0 Opt Lec TR F ANTI-SEMITE & JEW Lindemann A S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 4020 GE: WRT, D, ETH. 156B HISTORY OF MEXICO Soto Laveaga 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 2600 GE: NWC. 166B U.S. 20C HIST Kalman L 4.0 Opt Lec TR EMBAR HALL AMH. 167CB WORKCLASS 1900-PRES Lichtenstein 4.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1100 GE: D, WRT. 175A AMER CULTURAL HIST Jacobson L 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1119 AMH. GE: D. 177 CALIFORNIA HISTORY Graves G R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF IV THEA1 AMH. 179A NAT AMER TO 1838 Hamalainen P 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1174 AMH. GE: WRT, ETH. 182A KOR HIST & CIV: I Jung S B 4.0 Opt Lec MTW HSSB 1215 GE: E, NWC, WRT. 187Q SAMURAI JAPAN Roberts L S 4.0 Opt Sem TR HSSB C COLD WAR HISTORY Chapman J M 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB PUBLIC HISTORY Hancock M E 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1173 Upper Division only. 194AH SENIOR HONORS SEM Edgar A L 4.0 IP Sem W HSSB 4041 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Open to HIST, HISPP Majors Only. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 195IA SR THESIS PUB POL STAFF 4.0 IP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Open to HISPP Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 195IB SR THESIS PUB POL STAFF 4.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - final quarter. Seniors only. Open to HISPP Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 196 INTERNSHIP HISTORY STAFF 2-8 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 197DR SPECIAL TOPICS Jacobson L 4.0 Opt Sem W HSSB JL SPECIAL TOPICS Lee J W 4.0 Opt Sem F HSSB INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 200E HISTORICAL LIT Moure K J 4.0 Let Sem T HSSB HS HISTORICAL LIT Osborne M A 4.0 Let Sem TR BREN 1414 GRAD Students only. 201AM ADVANCED HIST LIT Harris C V 4.0 Opt Sem T B A 201E ADVANCED HIST LIT Lansing C L 4.0 Opt Sem W HSSB 3201 Guerrini A Sem T B A English E D Sem T B A 201HS ADVANCED HIST LIT McCray W P 4.0 Opt Sem T B A 201LA ADVANCED HIST LIT Soto Laveaga 4.0 Opt Sem M HSSB HISTORICAL METHODS Sonnino P M 4.0 Let Sem T GIRV C SEM CULT RES MANAGE Marcuse H 4.0 Let Sem R HSSB 2202 Sequence course - final quarter. 218B SEM POLICY HISTORY O Connor A M 4.0 IP Sem W HSSB 4201 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 245A SEM ISLAMIC HISTORY Humphreys R S 4.0 IP Sem W HSSB 4202 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. GRAD Students only. 250A FOUNDATION LATIN AM Cline S L 4.0 Let Sem R HSSB 2201 GRAD Students only. 265B AMER POL SOC HIST Majewski J D 4.0 Let Sem W HSSB 2202 Sequence course - final quarter. 266A RECENT U.S. SEM Kalman L 4.0 IP Sem R HSSB 4041 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 290B US-SOVIET RELATIONS Hasegawa T 4.0 Let Sem M HSSB 4202 Sequence course - final quarter. 292A FOUND US HIST 1846 Cohen P C 4.0 Let Sem T HSSB LABOR AND POLITICS Lichtenstein 1.0 Opt Col T B A GRAD Students only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

83 History History of Art and Architecture LAB FOR TA S STAFF 2-4 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 594 SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 594HS HIST OF SCI COLLOQ STAFF 1.0 SU Col T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 READING & RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 597 IND ST MA & PH D STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PH.D. DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in History. Badash L English E D...49 Humphreys R S...37 Moure K J Simpson L M...60 Bergstrom R E Farmer S A...03 Jacobson L...20 Nadis F Sonnino P M...46 Bernstein H J Friesen A...19 Ji X...30 O Connor A M Soto Laveaga...55 Blumenthal Fruhstuck S...15 Kalman L...87 Orozco M I Spickard P R...36 Boris E C Furner M O...54 Lansing C L...31 Osborne M A Talbott J E...47 Chapman J M Gallagher N E...69 Lee J W...44 Owens K N Togo K...08 Cline S L Garcia M T...58 Lichtenstei N...45 Pai H I Tutino S...07 Cohen P C Graves G R...43 Lindemann A S...33 Plane A M Vargas Z...02 Collins R O Guerrini A...21 Majewski J D...13 Rappaport E D Yaqub S...34 Daniels D H Hamalainen P...39 Marcuse H...59 Roberts L S Zhao X...57 Digeser E D Hancock M E...52 McCray W P...56 Rock D P Drake H A Harris C V...23 McGee J S...35 Rupp L J Dutra F A Hasegawa T...40 Mendez S C...22 Sachsenmaier Edgar A L Helfferich T...61 Miescher S F...12 See J W History of Art and Architecture Art History ARTHI 5A ARCHITECT & ENVIRON Welter V W 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM BUCHN 1910 GE: F, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 Honors students only. STAFF Dis T B A 6A SURVEY I: ANC-MED Armi C E 4.0 Opt Lec TR CAMPB HALL GE: WRT, EUR, E, F. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis M ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis R 0-0 ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis W ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis W ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis W ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis W ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis W ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis W ARTS 2324 Armi C E Dis T ARTS 2622 Honors students only. STAFF Dis R ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis R ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis R ARTS G SUR HIST OF PHOTOG Keller U F 4.0 Opt Lec TR EMBAR HALL GE: WRT, F. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis R ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis R ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis F ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis F ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis T ARTS K ISLAM ART & ARCH Simonowitz D 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1105 GE: F, NWC, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T ARTS 2324 STAFF Dis R ARTS G LATE ROM/GOTHIC ARC Armi C E 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 2600 GE: F. Upper Division only. 111B AGE OF REMBRANDT Adams A J 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 2600 GE: F. Not open to Freshmen. 111E GENDER & PWR 16&17C Adams A J 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1241 GE: F. Not open to Freshmen. 113F BERNINI Paul C 4.0 Opt Lec MW WEBB 1100 GE: F. Not open to Freshmen. 115D 18C ART IN ITALY Paul C 4.0 Opt Lec MW TD 2600 Not open to Freshmen. 121A AMERICAN Robertson E B 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1105 AMH. GE: F. Not open to Freshmen. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

84 82 History of Art and Architecture Interdisciplinary 130C ART SPAIN/NEW SPAIN Peterson J F 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 2600 GE: F. Not open to Freshmen. 136W ARCH VIS TECH White J S 4.0 Opt Lec MW ARTS 2636 Upper Division only. Open to ARTHI Majors Only. 139AA TOPICS IN PHOTOG Keller U F 4.0 Opt Lec W GIRV 2135 Not open to Freshmen. 141B INTERNSHIP STAFF 1-4 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Not open to Freshmen. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 144A AVANTGARDE IN RUSS Spieker S 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 GE: F. Upper Division only. 198 IND READINGS ARTHI STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA RESEARCH ASSISTANT STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 200A PROSEMINAR Williams R J 4.0 Let Sem M ARTS 2622 GRAD Students only. Open to ARTHI Majors Only. 252B SEM ROMAN ART Yegul F K 4.0 Let Sem T ARTS SEM PC/COLONIAL ART Peterson J F 4.0 Let Sem W ARTS 2622 GRAD Students only. 260D SEM EUR ART 20TH C Monahan L 4.0 Let Sem M ARTS 2622 GRAD Students only. 291B GENDER & REPRESENT Solomon-Godea 4.0 Let Sem R ARTS 2622 GRAD Students only. 295 SEM ADV READ ARTHI STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 500 APPRENTICE TEACHING STAFF 1-4 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 550 ART HISTORY RESRCH STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595 GROUP STUDIES STAFF 1-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 596 INDEPENDENT STUDY STAFF 1-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 READING FOR EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MA THESIS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Art History. Adams A J Farwell B...12 Meadow M A...21 Robertson E B Wattles M...33 Armi C E Favela R...15 Meller P T...36 Simonowitz D Welter V W...06 Ayres L M Gardner C...34 Moir A K...18 Solomon-Godea White J S...03 Bermingham A Helfrich K G...37 Monahan L...27 Spieker S Williams R J...08 Chattopadhyay Keller U F...57 Ogbechie S O...32 Sturman P C Wittman R K...24 Cole H M Khoury N N...17 Paul C...11 Vilander B A Yegul F K...56 Delchiaro M A Kubitza A G...25 Peterson J F...16 Walker C R Interdisciplinary INT 1 INTRO LIB RESEARCH STAFF 1.0 PNP Lec M LIB 1575 STAFF Lec M LIB 1575 STAFF Lec T LIB 1575 STAFF Lec T LIB 1575 STAFF Lec W LIB 1575 STAFF Lec W LIB 1575 STAFF Lec R LIB AV FRSHMAN SEMINARS Scheff T J 1.0 PNP Sem M NH 2119 Freshman Seminar. Men only. Scheff T J Sem M NH 2119 Freshman Seminar. Women only. 94BJ FRSHMAN SEMINARS Devries M S 1.0 PNP Sem W CHEM 4606 Freshman Seminar. 94BW FRSHMAN SEMINARS Beltz G 1.0 PNP Sem M LSB 1101 Freshman Seminar. 94DA FRSHMAN SEMINARS Danhauer J L 1.0 PNP Sem R HARDR 1035 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94DS FRSHMAN SEMINARS Weissglass J 1.0 PNP Sem R HSSB 4201 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/15 thru 12/02. 94EI FRSHMAN SEMINARS Reich N O 1.0 PNP Sem T HSSB 2201 Freshman Seminar. 94ES FRSHMAN SEMINARS Poole S J 1.0 PNP Sem F Freshman Seminar. STAFF Sem F Freshman Seminar. 94GG FRSHMAN SEMINARS Fulbeck L K 1.0 PNP Sem T ARTS 1340 Freshman Seminar. 94GL FRSHMAN SEMINARS Holmes D E 1.0 PNP Sem T PHELP 1440 Freshman Seminar. 94GO FRSHMAN SEMINARS Talamantez I 1.0 PNP Sem T HSSB 2251 Freshman Seminar. 94GQ FRSHMAN SEMINARS Garcia M T 1.0 PNP Sem R SH 1623 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94GW FRSHMAN SEMINARS Spickard P R 1.0 PNP Sem M LSB 1101 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 11/05 thru 12/09. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

85 Interdisciplinary Latin American & Iberian Studies Law & Society 83 94HG FRSHMAN SEMINARS Adams A J 1.0 PNP Sem S ARTS 2622 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/15 thru 10/28. 94HK FRSHMAN SEMINARS Lim S 1.0 PNP Sem T PM GIRV 1108 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94IA FRSHMAN SEMINARS Fruhstuck S 1.0 PNP Sem R GIRV 1108 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94IP FRSHMAN SEMINARS Driskel D B 1.0 PNP Sem M PM ELLSN 1714 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94IT FRSHMAN SEMINARS Awramik S M 1.0 PNP Sem R PSB-S 2721 Freshman Seminar. 94JY FRSHMAN SEMINARS Kippin T E 1.0 PNP Sem W SH 1430 Freshman Seminar. 94KE FRSHMAN SEMINARS Fogu C 1.0 PNP Sem W HSSB 1206 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 10/01 thru 11/04. 94KW FRSHMAN SEMINARS Raley R M 1.0 PNP Sem M GIRV 1108 Freshman Seminar. 94LF FRSHMAN SEMINARS Cabranes-Gran 1.0 PNP Sem W PM PHELP 1440 Freshman Seminar. 94LG FRSHMAN SEMINARS Callister J 1.0 PNP Sem W Freshman Seminar. 94LH FRSHMAN SEMINARS Bermudez S 1.0 PNP Sem T PM Freshman Seminar. 94LI FRSHMAN SEMINARS Prezelin B 1.0 PNP Sem MW PM BIOL2 R Freshman Seminar. 94LJ FRSHMAN SEMINARS Egan R C 1.0 PNP Sem T PM PHELP 3505 Freshman Seminar. 94LK FRSHMAN SEMINARS Nisbet R M 1.0 PNP Sem F PHELP 1440 Freshman Seminar. Class meets 11/05 thru 12/09. 94S FRSHMAN SEMINARS Kohl D M 1.0 PNP Sem T B A Freshman Seminar. 100RS TOPICS ADV LIB RES Barnhart A C 2.0 Let Lec T B A Not open to Freshmen. 185IV INT HUMANITIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 594ST SELECTED TOPICS STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Latin American and Iberian Studies LAIS 10 INTRO TO LAIS WORLD Bermudez S 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3515 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis W GIRV INTRO TO LAIS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem TR PM WEBB 1100 GE: NWC, WRT. Upper Division only. 100H INTRO LAIS HONORS STAFF 1.0 Opt Dis TR PM WEBB 1100 Honors students only. 195A SENIOR HONRS THESIS STAFF 4.0 IP Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 195B SENIOR HONRS THESIS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - final quarter. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 195G SENIOR HONRS THESIS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 196 INTERNSHIP STAFF 2-8 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 200 INTRO TO LAIS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem TR PM WEBB TA PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Fld T B A 596 DIR READ & RESCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 597 IND STD M.A. COMP STAFF 2-8 SU Tut T B A GRAD Students only. 598 MASTER S THESIS STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Latin American and Iberian Studies. Aldana G V Cline S L...90 Harding T F...14 Palerm J-V Segura D A...51 Aldenderfer M Cortijo A O...31 Herrera Sobek...54 Perissinotto Sharrer H L...52 Armbruster R Daniel R...09 Inda J X...06 Peterson J F Soto Laveaga...34 Barvosa-Carte Dixon C N...20 Latorre G M...41 Poot-Herrera Stonich S C...23 Bermudez S Duran R P...13 Levine S...16 Raley J D Strongman R D...56 Bhavnani K Dutra F A...18 Lomeli F A...07 Raposo E Talamantez I...12 Bruhn K Figueroa Sanc...65 Lopez-Alves F...04 Robinson W I Twine F W...30 Cabranes-Gran Foran J F...17 McAuley C...03 Rock D P Vargas Z...53 Camilo-Dos-Sa Fuentes V F...02 McCracken E...19 Romo L F Venegas C...37 Castillo J L Garcia M T...58 Mendez S C...32 Roque Ramirez Winant H...40 Chun D M Gurven M D...45 Miglio V G...46 Sandoval C Cleveland D A Gutierrez-Jon...25 Morton C...36 Schreiber K J Law and Society LAWSO 1 INTRO LAW & SOCIETY Moore K M 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1004 GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1237 STAFF Dis M BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis T PM SH 1430 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

86 84 Law and Society Linguistics STAFF Dis F HSSB 1237 STAFF Dis W BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis W HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis T B A Honors students only. 3A MOCK TRIAL Gittler J 2.0 PNP Lec T PM SH 1430 Instructor approval required prior to registration. Libeu A 5A LAWSO JOURNAL Foreman V P 1.0 IP Sem M PM GIRV 2320 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 111 LAW & CULTURE Darian-Smith 4.0 Let Lec MW BUCHN 1930 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF W STAFF F HSSB 1237 STAFF F HSSB 1236 STAFF R PM HSSB LAW & SOCIETY Hajjar L 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 1006 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF W NH 1111 STAFF W HSSB 1206 STAFF F HSSB 1236 STAFF M LSB GENDER AND THE LAW Unander R L 4.0 Let Lec TR SH 1430 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF T GIRV 2123 STAFF F HSSB LAW & FAMILY Foreman V P 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 1105 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis F HSSB LAW & TECHNOLOGY Foreman V P 4.0 Let Lec TR NH 1006 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF Dis T HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1236 STAFF Dis F HSSB FIELD RESEARCH Unander R L 1-8 PNP Fld M PM Upper Division only. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 194MD ADVANCED TOPICS Moore K M 4.0 Let Lec M A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF Dis T NH RL ADVANCED TOPICS Park J 4.0 Let Lec MWF SH 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis T GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis R GIRV A SR HONORS THESIS Darian-Smith 4.0 IP Lec W PM GIRV 2320 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. Honors students only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199AA INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Open to LAWSO, LAWCR Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 290A LAWSO PROSEMINAR Hajjar L 2.0 SU Sem W GIRV 2320 GRAD Students only. Open to LAWSO Majors Only. Linguistics LING 1 ESL: SKILLS REVIEW STAFF 4.0 PNP Lec MWF GIRV 1106 Workload credit only; No baccalaureate credit. 2G GRAD ENGLISH SKILLS STAFF 4.0 PNP Lec MW HSSB 4201 GRAD Students only. Workload credit only; No baccalaureate credit. 4 ESL: SELF-PACED STAFF 1-3 PNP Tut T B A Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Workload credit only; No baccalaureate credit. 9 ESL: PRONUNCIATION STAFF 3.0 PNP Dis TR ELLSN 2816 GRAD Students only. Workload credit only; No baccalaureate credit. 12 UNIV WRIT FOR MLING STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW HSSB 2201 GE: SUB. STAFF Lec TR HSSB A LANG & LINGUISTICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis T PM NH 1111 STAFF Dis T NH STORY OF ENGLISH Schwartz A M 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1426 GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1108 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

87 Linguistics Marine Science INTRO TO PHONETICS Gordon M K 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1105 GE: C. A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Dis T GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis R GIRV LANGUAGE AS CULTURE Du Bois J W 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1425 GE: D. 137 FIRST LANG ACQUIS Gries S T 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV 1119 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis R GIRV LANG SOCIALIZATION Clancy P M 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1251 GE: WRT. Letter grade required for majors ND LANG AQUISIT Chun D M 4.0 Opt Lec MW NH 1109 Upper Division only. 160 STRUCTURE OF ENGL Schwartz A M 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB GRP STUDIES IN LING Cumming S A 2-4 Opt Sem MWF SH 1431 Kennedy R A Sem MWF PHELP A HONORS THESIS STAFF 2-3 IP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 195B HONORS THESIS STAFF 2-3 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - final quarter. Seniors only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 195C HONORS THESIS STAFF 2-3 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 206 INTRO TO PHONETICS Gordon M K 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1105 A Lab/Dis is Required. Gordon M K Lab T B A 212 DISCOURSE TRANSRIPT Du Bois J W 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH DISCOURSE & GRAMMAR Thompson S A 4.0 Opt Sem TR SH SEMANTICS & PRAG Cumming S A 4.0 Opt Lec MW SH ADV LANGUAGE CHANGE Mithun M 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH FIRST LANG ACQUIS Gries S T 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV 1119 A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. Gries S T T B A 252A SEMINAR MORPH/SYN Genetti C E 4.0 IP Sem MW SH 3519 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 271 RESEARCH ORIEN Clancy P M 2.0 SU Lec W SH 3519 GRAD Students only. Open to LING Majors Only. 272 LING COLLOQUIUM Mithun M 2-4 SU Sem R SH 1430 GRAD Students only. Open to LING Majors Only. 273A LANG AND BODY Thompson S A 4.0 Opt Lec F ELLSN 2609 Lerner G 274 PROSEM/LANG/SOC/ORG Du Bois J W 2-4 SU Sem F PHELP 2536 GRAD Students only. 500 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 1-4 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 591 RESEARCH IN LING STAFF 1-12 SU Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 594 TOPICS-LINGUISTICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem T B A 596 DIR READING & RES STAFF 2-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 597 IND STUDY M.A./PH.D STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 M.A. RESEARCH STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Linguistics. Bucholtz M H Cumming S A...10 Genetti C E...07 Javkin H P Schwartz A M...03 Chafe W L Du Bois J W...05 Gordon M K...09 Johnson C D Thompson S A...25 Clancy P M Frodesen J M...12 Gries S T...14 Li C N Comrie B S Garland J N...70 Holmberg C J...20 Mithun M Marine Science MARSC 595 SEM MARINE SCIENCE Carlson C A 2.0 SU Sem T LSB 4307 Dickey T D 596 DIRECTED READ RSRCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 MS THESIS RES/PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH.D. DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

88 86 Marine Science Materials Mathematics Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Marine Science. Alldredge A L Collins P M...72 Jacobs R S...54 McLean S R Smith W...89 Aswani S Costello C J...24 Kendall B E...29 Melack J M Stonich S C...16 Brzezinski M Dickey T D...03 Kennett J P...13 Michaelsen J Trench R...70 Butler A Foltz K R...59 Kuris A M...61 Morse D E Valentine D L...21 Carlson C A Gaines S...08 Lea D W...20 Nisbet R M Waite J H...98 Carr D L Gautier C H...09 Lenihan H S...27 Prezelin B Warner R R...63 Case J F Haymon R M...11 Lick W J...18 Ross-Quetin Washburn L...04 Chapman D J Hofmann G E...23 Luyendyk B P...02 Schmitt R J Young O R...30 Childress J J Holbrook S J...60 Macdonald K C...25 Siegel D A Clark J Holden P A...26 Macintyre S...31 Smith R C Materials MATRL 100A STRUCT. & PROP. I Seshadri R 3.0 Let Lec MW PHELP A QUANTUM ELEC MATRLS Spaldin N A 4.0 Let Lec T PHELP 1431 R PHELP 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ECE, MATRL, EE Majors Only. Spaldin N A R PHELP MATERIALS IN ENGR Odette G R 3.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR A THERMODY FOUND MAT Saleh O A 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP MECH OF MATERIALS McMeeking R M 3.0 Let Lec MW ENGR A DIFFRACTION METHOD Stemmer S 3.0 Let Lec MW ENGR A SEMICOND DEVICE Hu E L 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1437 A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Dis F PHELP PHASE TRANS Clarke D R 3.0 Let Lec MW PHELP 1417 GRAD Students only. 222B COLLOIDS & INTRF II Zasadzinski J 3.0 Let Lec MW ENGR A SYN & PROP OF MACRO Bazan G C 3.0 Let Lec MW PHELP A BIOMOL MATRLS I Safinya C R 3.0 Let Lec TR PHELP 1417 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 288A SPEC TOP ELEC MTLS Petroff P M 3.0 Let Lec MW PHELP N SPEC TOP ELEC MTLS Van De Walle 3.0 Let Lec TR PHELP RESRCH GRP STUDIES STAFF 1-3 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501 TEACH ASSIST PRACT STAFF 1-4 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 READING & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MS THESIS RSCH-PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Materials. Bazan G C Hawker C J...34 Levi C G...36 Pincus P A Tirrell M V...29 Beltz G Heeger A J...90 Lucas G E...07 Pine D J Turner K L...44 Cheetham A Hu E L...15 Macdonald N C...13 Safinya C R Van De Walle...16 Clarke D R Israelachvili...04 McFarland E W...37 Saleh O A Weisbuch C...33 Coldren L Kramer E J...28 McMeeking R M...12 Seshadri R Woodford D A...42 Denbaars S P Kroemer H...58 Milstein F...06 Spaldin N A Zasadzinski J...18 Evans A G Lange F F...10 Nakamura S...27 Speck J S Zok F...17 Fredrickson G Leal L G...32 Odette G R...02 Stemmer S Gossard A Leckie F A...11 Petroff P M...22 Stucky G D Mathematics MATH 3A CALC WITH APPLI 1 Agboola A 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA1 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2120 STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis M SH 6635 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2129 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2129 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

89 Mathematics 87 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP B CALC WITH APPLI 2 Putinar M 4.0 Opt Lec MWF MUSIC LLCH GE: C, QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis T PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis T PM STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2129 STAFF Dis T GIRV 1112 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis T PM PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis R PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis R GIRV C DIFF EQUA LIN ALG 1 Mc Kernan J 4.0 Opt Lec TR MUSIC LLCH A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis M PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis W SH 4607 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis W BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis F NH 1105 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis M PHELP H HONORS SEM, CALC STAFF 1.0 Opt Sem T B A 5A DIFF EQUA LIN ALG 2 Ceniceros H 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1004 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis W PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV B VECTOR CALCULUS 1 Ye R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HFH 1104 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2129 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV C VECTOR CALCULUS 2 Goodearl K 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis T PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis T GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2129 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV H HON SEM ADV CALC STAFF 1.0 Opt Sem T B A 8 TRANS HIGHER MATH Scharlemann M 5.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 3505 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors Only. STAFF Dis TR GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis TR PHELP TRANS HIGHER MATH Dugas A S 5.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1247 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 & 2 restricted to PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors Only. STAFF Dis TR PM PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis TR PM GIRV 2124 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

90 88 Mathematics 15 PRECALCULUS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1426 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB A CALC FOR SOCIAL SCI Wei G 4.0 Opt Lec MWF IV THEA1 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis R GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis R GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis R GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis R GIRV 1116 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T PHELP A CALC FOR SOCIAL SCI Yakimov M 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA1 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis M PM NH 1109 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis M PM PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis W PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis W PM PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV B CALC-SOC & LIFE SCI Ye R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HFH 1104 GE: C, QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis T PM PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T PM PHELP B CALC-SOC & LIFE SCI STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: C, QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis R PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis R PM NH B CALC-SOC & LIFE SCI STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1824 GE: C, QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M NH 1111 STAFF Dis M PM NH 1111 STAFF Dis M NH 1111 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV GROUP STUDIES-MATH STAFF 1-4 Opt Lec T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 100A MATH ELEM TEACH I STAFF 3.0 PNP Lec TR Upper Division only. Not open to MTHSC, MATH, ECMTH Majors. 101A CLASSICAL NO SYSTEM Yaqub A M 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1251 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. 104A INTRO NUM ANALYSIS Ceniceros H 4.0 Opt Lec TR Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. 108A INTRO TO LINEAR ALG Long D D 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2129 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. Dai X Z Lec MWF GIRV 1115 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. 111A INTRO TO ABSTR ALGB Bigelow S J 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3505 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. 116 COMB ANALYSIS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1247 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRECM, PRMSC, PRFMS Majors. 117 METHODS OF ANALYSIS Bueno Cachadi 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 1420 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRECM, PRMSC, PRFMS Majors. 118A INTRO REAL ANALYSIS Labutin D A 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2119 Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

91 Mathematics Mechanical Engineering A INTRO COMPLX VARIAB Atzberger P J 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1116 Not open to PRMTH, PRMSC, PRFMS, PRECM, UNDEC Majors. 124A PART DIFF EQUATIONS Garcia-Cerver 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1251 Not open to PRMTH, PRMSC, PRFMS, PRECM, UNDEC Majors. 193 INTERN IN MATH Jacob W B 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM, PRFMS Majors. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 197A SENIOR THESIS STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to MATH, MTHSC, ECMTH Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 197B SENIOR THESIS STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to MATH, MTHSC, ECMTH Majors Only. Instructor and Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Not open to UNDEC, PRMTH, PRMSC, PRECM Majors. Instructor Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA IND RES ASSIST MATH STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 201A REAL ANALYSIS Akemann C A 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV A MATRIX ANLYSIS COMP STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW BREN D PDE S FINITE ELEM Atzberger P J 4.0 Let Lec TR SH A PARTIAL DIFF EQS Garcia-Cerver 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1251 Not open to MATH Majors. 220A MODERN ALGEBRA Gerstein L J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV A FOUNDATION TOPOLOGY Scharlemann M 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV A TOPCS NUMBER THEORY Agboola A 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH A GEOMET-ALGEBR-TOPOL Long D D 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS A LIE GRPS & LIE ALGB Goodearl K 4.0 Opt Lec MWF LSB A ALGEBRAIC TOPOLOGY Bigelow S J 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH A INTRO DIFF GEOMETRY Moore J D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP A TOPICS IN DIFF GEOM Wei G 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV A ODE S Garcia-Cerver 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH EE SEMINAR IN MATH STAFF 1-6 SU Lec R SH 6635 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 500 TCH ASST PRACTICUM STAFF 1-4 SU Fld T B A GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 501 TCH ASST TRAINING STAFF 1-2 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 502 TCH ASSO PRACTICUM STAFF 1-5 SU Fld T B A GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 510 READING AREA EXAMS STAFF 2-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA THESIS RSCH PREP STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Mathematics. Agboola A Crandall M G...24 Imamoglu O...09 Moore J D Wei G...10 Akemann C A Dai X Z...05 Jacob W B...15 Morrison D R Wong R Y...58 Atzberger P J Doner J E...31 Labutin D A...26 Ponce G Yakimov M...25 Bigelow S J Garcia S R...23 Leipnik R B...35 Putinar M Yaqub A M...28 Birnir B Garcia-Cerver...04 Liu X-D...02 Scharlemann M Ye R...32 Bruch J C Gerstein L J...08 Long D D...48 Sherman D E Zelmanowitz J...29 Bueno Cachadi Goodearl K...60 Mc Kernan J...06 Sideris T C Ceniceros H Gukov S G...38 McCammond J P...21 Simons S Cooper D Huisgen-Zimme...11 Millett K C...13 Stopple J Mechanical Engineering ME 11 INTRO CONCEPTS ME Turner K L 1.0 PNP Lec T PHELP 1425 Lower Division only. 12S INTRO MACHINE SHOP Bothman D 1.0 Let Lab T B A Open to ME Majors Only. 14 STATICS Kedward K 4.0 Let Lec MWF LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ME Majors Only. STAFF M PM BUCHN 1934 STAFF T PM PHELP 1420 STAFF W PM BUCHN 1934 STAFF R PHELP 1445 STAFF T PM BUCHN INTRO TO MECH ENGR STAFF 1-4 Opt Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 97 DESIGN PROJECTS STAFF 1-4 PNP Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 99 INTRO RESEARCH STAFF 1-3 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

92 90 Mechanical Engineering 100 PROFESSIONAL SEM Turner K L 1.0 PNP Sem M ESB SENSORS & ACTUATORS Paden B 3.0 Let Lec TR LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to ME Majors Only. STAFF Lab R PM ENGR STAFF Lab T ENGR STAFF Lab T PM ENGR STAFF Lab W PM ENGR STAFF Lab R ENGR ENERGY CONVERSION Matthys E F 3.0 Let Lec MWF PHELP INTRO-COASTAL ENGR STAFF 3.0 Let Lec TR PHELP D SP TOPICS MECH ENGR STAFF 3.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2120 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 128 DESIGN BIO DEVICES Laguette S W 3.0 Let Lec MWF PHELP 1508 Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Open to ME Majors Only. 140A NUM ANALYSIS ENGR Meiburg E H 3.0 Let Lec TR LSB 1001 Open to ME, CHEME Majors Only. 141A INTRO TO MEMS Macdonald N C 3.0 Let Lec TR ESB A THERMOSCIENCES 1 Yuen W W 3.0 Let Lec MWF HFH 1104 Upper Division only. Open to ME Majors Only. 151C THERMOSCIENCES 2 Homsy G 3.0 Let Lec MWF PHELP 3505 Open to ME Majors Only. 152A FLUID MECHANICS Meinhart C 3.0 Let Lec TR CHEM 1179 Open to ME Majors Only. 155A CONTROL SYS DESIGN STAFF 3.0 Let Lec MWF BUCHN 1940 Open to ME Majors Only. 156A MECH ENG DESIGN I Turner K L 3.0 Let Lec TR BUCHN 1940 Open to ME Majors Only. 167 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS Yang H T 3.0 Let Lec MWF PHELP MATERIALS IN ENGR Odette G R 3.0 Let Lec MWF ENGR A CAP MECH ENGR DES Laguette S W 2.0 IP Fld M PM LSB 1001 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 193 INTERN IN INDUSTRY STAFF 1.0 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Open to ME Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 197 IND STUDIES DESIGN STAFF 1-4 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEP STUDIES IN ME STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to ME Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 200 PROFESSIONAL SEMINA Turner K L 1.0 SU Sem M ESB 1001 GRAD Students only. 200P M.S. PROJECT STAFF 3.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 201 ADVANCED DYNAMICS Mezic I 3.0 Let Lec TR HSSB FACULTY RESRCH SEM Bullo F 1.0 SU Sem TR PM BUCHN A MATRIX ANLYSIS COMP Smith R S 4.0 Let Lec MW BREN D PDE S FINITE ELEM Atzberger P J 4.0 Let Lec TR SH LEVEL SET METHODS Gibou F G 4.0 Let Lec MW MECH OF MATERIALS McMeeking R M 3.0 Let Lec MW ENGR A FUNDS OF FLD MECHS Bennett T D 3.0 Let Lec TR PHELP FB SPECIAL TOPICS M E Bullo F 3.0 Let Lec TR HSSB A LINEAR SYSTEMS I Khammash M 4.0 Let Lec MW PHELP A ADV METHODS IN ENGR Chmelka B F 4.0 Let Lec TR ENGR A Lab/Dis is Required. Chmelka B F F ENGR THERMODYNAMICS Milstein F 3.0 Let Lec TR GIRV A PHYSICS TRANSDUCERS Soh H T 3.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 1106 GRAD Students only. 501 TEACHING ASST PRAC STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 503 RESEARCH ASST PRACT STAFF 1-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIRECTED RESEARCH STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 STUDY FOR PH D EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MS THESIS RSCH-PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Mechanical Engineering. Astrom K J Deshpande V S...24 Khammash M...48 McMeeking R M Soh H T...49 Bamieh B A Evans A G...47 Kramer E J...44 Meiburg E H Theofanous T...30 Banerjee S Gibou F G...05 Kumeresan S...50 Meinhart C Tulin M...29 Beltz G Gregory N T...51 Laguette S W...52 Mezic I Turner K L...04 Bennett T D Hare C...03 Levi C G...36 Milstein F Yang H T...17 Bothman D Holden P A...38 Lick W J...18 Moehlis J M Yuen W W...15 Bruch J C Homsy G...43 Lucas G E...27 Odette G R Bullo F Kaplan A...21 Macdonald N C...13 Paden B Clarke D R Kedward K...19 Matthys E F...14 Petzold L Dahleh M D Keller A A...39 McLean S R...22 Shugar T A Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

93 Media Arts & Technology Medieval Studies Middle East Studies Military Science Media Arts and Technology MAT 200A ARTS & TECHNOLOGY Legrady G T 4.0 Let Sem T CNSI 2611 A Lab/Dis is Required. Legrady G T R CNSI B COMPUTER W/ MEDIA Pope S T 4.0 Let Lec TR MUSIC 2215 F SH 4341 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 233 MULTIMEDIA SOFTWARE STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW ARTS 2220 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 240A DIGITAL AUDIO PROG Pope S T 4.0 Let Lec T PM MUSIC MUSIC SYSTEMS PROG Pope S T 4.0 Let Sem TR MUSIC 2215 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 276LA DIG AUDIO MONTAGE Roads C 2.0 Let Lec M MUSIC 2215 GRAD Students only. Open to MAT, ECE, CMPSC, PHYS, MATH Majors Only. 276N SPC TPCS ELEC MUS Roads C 4.0 Let Lec W PM MUSIC INTERNSHIP INDUSTRY STAFF 1-4 Let Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 299 INDEPENDENT STUDY STAFF 4.0 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 594A SPECIAL TOPICS Novak M J 1-4 Let Sem W CNSI B SPECIAL TOPICS Novak M J 1-4 Let Sem R PM CNSI GL SPECIAL TOPICS Legrady G T 1-4 Opt Sem T B A 594SP SPECIAL TOPICS Pope S T 1-4 Let Sem T B A 595M SEMINAR SERIES Manjunath B S 1-2 SU Sem F BUCHN DIRECTED RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Media Arts and Technology. Abbado A Kouznetsov A...24 Medrano F A...16 Pisca N A Turk M A...04 Allen P M Kuchera-Morin...33 Newman E D...21 Pope S T Wolcott W F...22 Amatriain X P Legrady G T...09 Norman A J...19 Putnam L Gibson J D Liu A Y...05 Novak M J...03 Roads C Jevbratt L V Makino Y...23 Overholt D J...05 Shetty N A Kawalek N L Manjunath B S...06 Peljhan M...11 Sturm B L Medieval Studies ME ST 194AH SENIOR HONORS SEM STAFF 4.0 IP Sem W HSSB 4020 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Open to MDVST Majors Only. Honors students only. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 200A INT APPR TO ME ST STAFF 2.0 IP Col T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Medieval Studies. English E D Lansing C L...31 Pasternack C...02 Middle East Studies MES 45 ISLAMIC & NEAR EAST STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR PM NH 1006 GE: E, NWC. Military Science MS 1A INTO TO LDRSHP I STAFF 1.0 Let Lec M Freshmen only. 2AA FNDATIONS LDRSHP I Zenon E E 2.0 Let Lec R A Lab/Dis is Required. Sophomores only. Zenon E E Lab W BASIC PHYSICAL COND Salvo M J 0.5 Let Lab MWF TRACK FIELD 23 ADV PHYSICAL COND Zenon E E 0.5 Let Lab MWF TRACK FIELD 24 RANCHAL FIELD STUDY STAFF 0-1 Opt Lec MWF TRACK FIELD Dept. approval required prior to registration. 25 COL GRD FIELD STUDY Gomes C J 0.5 Opt Lab R TRACK FIELD Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 27 AM MIL H EVL W WARF STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2127 AMH. GE: D, WRT. Lower Division only. 99 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 131 TACTICAL LDRSHIP I Zenon E E 2.0 Let Lec TR A Lab/Dis is Required. Juniors only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Zenon E E Lab W DEV LEADERSHIP I STAFF 2.0 Let Lec M A Lab/Dis is Required. Seniors only. STAFF Lab W ADV MIL SCI FLD STU STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday 91

94 92 Military Science Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Military Science. Salvo M J Molecular, Cellular & Develop. Biology MCDB 1A INTRO BIOLOGY I Feinstein S C 4.0 Let Lec MTWF CAMPB HALL GE: C. Christofferse Bush D S 1AL INTRO BIOLOGY LAB I Bush D S 1.0 Let Lab R BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W PM BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T PM BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R PM BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab M BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab M PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab M PM BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab T PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab R BSIF 2211 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab M PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W PM BSIF 2112 Fee charged. Bush D S Lab W BSIF 2211 Fee charged. 23 BIOLOGY OF CANCER Kohl D M 3.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1910 GE: C. 90A HONORS FORUM, MCDB Kohl D M 2.0 Opt Sem W PM LSB 1101 Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 101A MOLEC. GENETICS I Cotter P A 4.0 Let Lec TR CHEM 1179 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis R LSB 1101 STAFF Dis F BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis F BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2108 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis F GIRV A GENERAL BIOCHEM Dahlquist F W 4.0 Let Lec MWF CHEM 1179 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis F BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis F BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis T PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis R BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis F BUCHN AH GENERAL BIOCHEM Sears D W 1.0 Let Dis W PM BSIF 1118 Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. 108AL PROTEIN LAB Sears D W 2.0 Let Lec T PSYCH 1806 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. Fee charged. Sears D W Lab T PM PSYCH 1806 R PM PSYCH A BASIC PHARMACOLOGY Thrower D A 4.0 Let Lec MWF BUCHN 1940 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis F BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F BSIF 1217 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

95 Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology 93 STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis F NH AL PHARMACOLOGY LAB I Thrower D A 4.0 Let Lab T LSB 1003 Stoyan T T LSB 1003 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to PHRMA Majors Only. Fee charged. Stoyan T Dis T LSB 1003 Thrower D A 126AL PHARMACOLOGY LAB I Thrower D A 4.0 Let Lab R LSB 1003 Stoyan T R LSB 1003 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to PHRMA Majors Only. Fee charged. Stoyan T Dis R LSB 1003 Thrower D A 131 GEN MICROBIOLOGY Cooper J B 4.0 Let Lec MWF LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis M PM SH 1431 STAFF Dis M NH 1105 STAFF Dis M ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis T PM BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis T SH 1430 STAFF Dis T BSIF L MICROBIOLOGY LAB Cooper J B 2.0 Let Lab MWF BSIF 2229 Pass 1 restricted to MCRBI Majors Only. Fee charged. Cooper J B Lab MWF BSIF 2229 Pass 1 restricted to MCRBI Majors Only. Fee charged. Cooper J B Lab MWF BSIF 2229 Pass 1 restricted to MCRBI Majors Only. Fee charged. 139 MEDICAL MICROBIOL Eardley D D 4.0 Let Lec TR LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2124 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1425 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis R ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis T PHELP NEUROBIOLOGY I Fisher S K 4.0 Let Lec MWF GIRV 1004 Vandenberg C A Lab/Dis is Required. Pass 1 restricted to MCDB, EEMB, CRSTU, CHEM Department Majors Only. STAFF Dis W BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis W NH 1109 STAFF Dis F INTRO HEALTH CARE Kohl D M 3.0 PNP Lec R LSB 1101 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Kohl D M Lab T B A 184 INTERNSHIP BIOLOGY STAFF 1-5 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 186 BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH Kohl D M 1.0 PNP Sem W PSYCH LIT PLANT MOL BIOL Finkelstein R 1.0 Opt Sem F BSIF 1118 Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 194CM CELLULAR MICRO Cotter P A 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194MP MICRO PATHOGENESIS Mahan M J 2.0 PNP Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194RF PLANT DEV GENETICS Finkelstein R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194V MYCOLOGY Ross I K 2.0 PNP Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194X CELL BIOLOGY Foltz K R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 197 DIRECTED STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to MCDB Department Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 198 DIRECTED READINGS STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to MCDB Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to MCDB Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 208AL BIOCHEM COMPUT LAB Sears D W 2.0 Let Lec T PSYCH 1806 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. STAFF Lab T PM PSYCH 1806 R PM PSYCH SEQUENCE ANALYSIS Poole S J 2.0 Opt Lec F PSYCH 1805 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

96 94 Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology 226A BASIC PHARMACOLOGY Thrower D A 4.0 Let Lec MWF BUCHN 1940 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis F NH AL PHARMACOLOGY LAB I Thrower D A 4.0 Let Lab T LSB 1003 Stoyan T T LSB 1003 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Thrower D A Dis T LSB 1003 Stoyan T 226AL PHARMACOLOGY LAB I Thrower D A 4.0 Let Lab R LSB 1003 Stoyan T R LSB 1003 A Lab/Dis is Required. Fee charged. Thrower D A Dis R LSB 1003 Stoyan T 229 PROTEIN BIOCHEM Waite J H 2.0 Let Lec MWF BSIF 1217 GRAD Students only. Class meets 09/27 thru 11/ GEN MICROBIOLOGY Cooper J B 4.0 Let Lec MWF LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PM SH 1431 STAFF Dis M NH 1105 STAFF Dis M ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis T PM BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis T SH 1430 STAFF Dis T BSIF STRAT MOLEC GENETIC STAFF 1.0 Let Lec MWF BSIF 1217 Class meets 11/19 thru 12/ NEUROBIOLOGY I Fisher S K 4.0 Let Lec MWF GIRV 1004 A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. STAFF Dis W BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis W NH 1109 STAFF Dis F SEM BIOCHEM-MOL BIO Feinstein S C 1.0 SU Sem T LSB 1001 GRAD Students only. 262 MCDB RESEARCH PROG STAFF 1.0 SU Sem F WEBB 1100 GRAD Students only. 263 PROG BIOCH MOL BIO Feinstein S C 1.0 SU Sem R LSB 1001 GRAD Students only. 265 LIT IN VIROLOGY Samuel C E 1.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. 266 LIT IN NEUROBIOLOGY Clegg D O 1.0 SU Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Vandenberg C 268 LIT PLANT MOL BIOL Finkelstein R 1.0 SU Sem F BSIF 1118 GRAD Students only. 290DN DEV NEUROBIOLOGY Clegg D O 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290PM MOL PLANT-MICROBES Cooper J B 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 290RF PLANT DEV GENETICS Finkelstein R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A 500 TA ORIENTATION STAFF 1.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501 TEACHING PRACTICE STAFF 1-4 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 502 TEACHING TECHNIQUES Eardley D D 1-2 SU Dis W LSB RES PRACTICUM BIOL STAFF 1-2 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 595BE CELL BIOL ENGINEERS Feinstein S C 2.0 SU Sem F LSB 1101 Wilson L Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595CM CELLULAR MICRO Cotter P A 2.0 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595DM MARINE BIOTECHNOL STAFF 2.0 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595G VIROLOGY Samuel C E 2.0 SU Sem T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595MP MICRO PATHOGENESIS Mahan M J 2.0 SU Sem T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595RF GROUP STUDIES Finkelstein R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595V MYCOLOGY Ross I K 2.0 SU Sem T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595X CELL BIOLOGY Foltz K R 2.0 Opt Sem T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 596 DIRECTED READ RSRCH STAFF 2-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 597 INDIVID STUDY EXAMS STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA THESIS RES/PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

97 Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology Music PH.D. DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Molecular, Cellular & Develop. Biology. Alldredge A L Daugherty P S...20 Johnson L V...31 Orias E Schmitt R J...15 Barnes J Deming T...11 Johnson P T...16 Page H M Sears D W...76 Brzezinski M Eardley D D...03 Jordan M A...13 Parsons S M Smith W...89 Bush D S Endler J A...29 Kohl D M...21 Plaxco K W Stewart-Oaten...32 Carbon J A Even T J...23 Kosik K S...52 Polne-Fuller Suarez R K...88 Carlson C A Feinstein S C...43 Kuris A M...61 Poole S J Sweet S S...75 Case J F Finkelstein R...78 Lew G J...25 Prezelin B Thrower D A...41 Chapman D J Fisher S K...12 Low D A...50 Reese B E Tolhurst E C...42 Childress J J Foltz K R...59 Ma D...66 Reich N O Vandenberg C...19 Christofferse Gaines S...08 Mahall B E...62 Rice W R Waite J H...98 Clarke L B Hayes C S...58 Mahan M J...53 Ross I K Warner R R...63 Clegg D O Hodges S A...97 Matsumoto B...77 Rothman J H Weimbs T...06 Collins P M Hofmann G E...40 Mazer S J...04 Rothstein S I Wilson L...65 Cooper J B Holbrook S J...60 Melack J M...74 Ruoslahti E Cooper S D Holden P A...24 Morse D E...51 Safinya C R Cotter P A Hulbert R R...18 Murdoch W W...28 Samuel C E Dahlquist F W Jacobs R S...54 Nisbet R M...39 Schimel J P Music MUS 1 CLASS MUS LIVE Rothfarb L A 1.0 PNP Fld T B A Note: Refer to for details. 4A MUSICIANSHIP Yih A K 1.0 Let Lab MWF MUSIC 2230 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 4D MUSICIANSHIP Yih A K 1.0 Let Lab MWF MUSIC A MUSIC THEORY Yih A K 3.0 Let Lec MWF MUSIC 1145 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 5D MUSIC THEORY Van Den Toorn 3.0 Let Lec MWF MUSIC CLASS COMPOSITION STAFF 2.0 Let Lec T MUSIC 1145 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 11 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUS Roberson M J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF MUSIC 1145 GE: F. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Lab T MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab T MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab R MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab T MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab R MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab T MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab R MUSIC 1232 STAFF Lab R MUSIC INTRO TO MUSIC LIT Katz D H 3.0 Let Lec TR MUSIC 1145 GE: WRT. Lower Division only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. 15 MUSIC APPRECIATION Johnson E T 4.0 Opt Lec TR MUSIC LLCH GE: F, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to MUSIC Majors. STAFF Dis M MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis T MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis M MUSIC 2224 STAFF Dis M MUSIC 2224 STAFF Dis F MUSIC 2224 STAFF Dis W MUSIC 2224 STAFF Dis T MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis R MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis T MUSIC 2224 STAFF Dis M MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis W MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis F MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis R MUSIC 1213 STAFF Dis R MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis T MUSIC WORLD MUSIC Marcus S L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF MUSIC 1145 GE: F. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis T MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis W MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis R MUSIC A ELEMENTARY VOICE Kronour S E 1.0 Let Lab MW MUSIC 1207 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 20B ELEMENTARY VOICE Kronour S E 1.0 Let Lab TR MUSIC 2224 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 20C ELEMENTARY VOICE Kronour S E 1.0 Let Lab MW MUSIC 1207 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 22 WORLD MUSIC INSTR. Marcus S L 1.0 Opt Tut T B A Rudnicki S Tut T B A Upadhyaya H N Tut T B A 25 INTERMEDIATE VOICE Arthur K L 1-3 Let Tut T B A Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Kronour S E Tut T B A Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

98 96 Music 26A INTERMD DOUBLE BASS Garber N A 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 26B INTERMEDIATE CELLO Rutkowski G B 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 26D INTERMEDIATE VIOLA Callus H S 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 26E INTERMDT VIOLIN Yaron Y 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 27A INTERMDT BASSOON Radford A 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 27B INTERMDT CLARINET Bambach P A 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 27C INTERMEDIATE FLUTE Felber J 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 27D INTERMEDIATE OBOE Horn S 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 28A INTERMDT FRNCH HORN Gross S L 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 28B INTERMDT TROMBONE Booth W C 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 28C INTERMDT TRUMPET Hungerford G 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 28D INTERMEDIATE TUBA Booth W C 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 29 INTERMDT PERCUSSION Nathan J S 1-3 Let Tut T B A 31A CLASS PIANO Juhn H 1.0 Let Lab MWF MUSIC 1232 Juhn H Lab MWF MUSIC 1232 Juhn H Lab MWF MUSIC D CLASS PIANO Juhn H 1.0 Let Lab MWF MUSIC 1232 Juhn H Lab MWF MUSIC 1232 Juhn H Lab MWF MUSIC A SECONDARY PIANO Juhn H 1.0 Let Lab T B A 32D SECONDARY PIANO Juhn H 1.0 Let Lab T B A 33 INTERMEDIATE PIANO Asche C B 1-3 Let Tut T B A Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Berkowitz P M Tut T B A Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Juhn H Tut T B A Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 35A PIANO ACCOMPANYING Juhn H 1.0 Let Lab M MUSIC GHALL Lower Division only. 51 VOCAL/INST COACHING Juhn H 1.0 Let Tut T B A Ballerino J M Tut T B A 88 INTERMEDIATE COMP STAFF 2.0 Let Lec T MUSIC 1145 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 94 FRESHMAN AUDITION STAFF 1.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 97 SOPHOMORE AUDITION STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 97B SOPHOMORE COMP STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 98 READINGS IN MUSIC STAFF 1-3 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 99 INTRO MUS RESEARCH STAFF 1-3 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 106A ORCHESTRATION Haladyna J J 2.0 Let Lec MWF MUSIC ADVNCD COMPOSITION Kuchera-Morin 1-3 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Feigin J S Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Roads C Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Haladyna J J Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 109LA REAL-TIME SYN/COMP Roads C 2.0 Let Lec M MUSIC 2215 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Roads C Lab T B A 109N SPEC TOP COMP MUS Roads C 3.0 Let Sem W PM MUSIC MUSIC & POP CULTURE Pilzer J D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF MUSIC LLCH GE: F, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Not open to MUSIC Majors. STAFF Dis T MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis M MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis W MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis F MUSIC 1207 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

99 Music 97 STAFF Dis F MUSIC 1207 STAFF Dis W MUSIC A ORCH CONDUCTING Rintoul R R 2.0 Let Tut M MUSIC T CHORAL TECHNIQUES Gervais M M 2.0 Let Lec T MUSIC WORLD MUSIC INSTR. Marcus S L 1.0 Opt Tut T B A Rudnicki S Tut T B A Upadhyaya H N Tut T B A 125 ADVANCED VOICE Arthur K L 1-4 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Kronour S E Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 126A ADVANCD DOUBLE BASS Garber N A 1-4 Let Tut T B A Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 126B ADVANCED CELLO Rutkowski G B 1-4 Let Tut T B A Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 126D ADVANCED VIOLA Callus H S 1-4 Let Tut T B A Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 126E ADVANCED VIOLIN Yaron Y 1-4 Let Tut T B A Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 127A ADVANCED BASSOON Radford A 1-4 Let Tut T B A 127B ADVANCED CLARINET Bambach P A 1-4 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 127C ADVANCED FLUTE Felber J 1-4 Let Tut T B A 127D ADVANCED OBOE Horn S 1-4 Let Tut T B A 128A ADVANCD FRENCH HORN Gross S L 1-4 Let Tut T B A 128B ADVANCED TROMBONE Booth W C 1-4 Let Tut T B A 128C ADVANCED TRUMPET Hungerford G 1-4 Let Tut T B A 128D ADVANCED TUBA Booth W C 1-4 Let Tut T B A 129 ADVANCED PERCUSSION Nathan J S 1-4 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 133 ADVANCED PIANO Asche C B 1-4 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Berkowitz P M Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Juhn H Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 135A PIANO ACCOMPANYING Juhn H 2.0 Let Lab M MUSIC GHALL Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 150 OPERA/SONG REP. Ballerino J M 2.0 Opt Lec F MUSIC GHALL Letter grade required for majors. 151 VOCAL/INST COACHING Juhn H 1.0 Let Tut T B A Ballerino J M Tut T B A 158A DICTION: ENGLISH STAFF 1.0 Let Lab TR MUSIC B DICTION: ITALIAN STAFF 1.0 Let Lab TR MUSIC A TONAL ANALYSIS Rothfarb L A 3.0 Let Lec MWF MUSIC G OTHER ETHNO ISSUES Pilzer J D 4.0 Let Lec TR MUSIC K OTHER REGIONS Schreffler G 4.0 Let Lec F MUSIC STUDIES ETHNOMUSICO Cooley T 4.0 Let Lec M MUSIC 2224 Upper Division only. 181 BAROQUE MUSIC Tcharos S S 4.0 Let Lec T MUSIC ETHNOMUS FORUM Pilzer J D 1.0 Let Sem W MUSIC SPECIAL TOPICS Hajda J M 2-4 Let Sem TR MUSIC 1145 Upper Division only. 192 SENIOR PROJECT STAFF 3.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 195 JUNIOR RECITAL STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 195B JUNIOR COMP PRTFLIO STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 196 HONORS MUSIC STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Honors students only. 197 SENIOR RECITAL STAFF 3.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 197B SNR COMP PF/RECITAL STAFF 3.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. 198 READINGS IN MUSIC STAFF 1-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 199 INDIV RESEARCH MUS STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A PNP/SU grading required for non-majors, letter grade required for majors. Upper Division only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA IND RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-4 Let Lec T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

100 98 Music 200A BIBLIO & RES TECH Hsu D M 4.0 Let Lec R MUSIC 2210 GRAD Students only. Open to MUSIC Majors Only. 202A SEM IN MUSICOLOGY Katz D H 4.0 IP Sem TR MUSIC 2224 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 203MT MUS-THEORY FORUM Yih A K 1.0 SU Lec W MUSIC 1145 GRAD Students only. 204A GRAD MUSICIANSHIP I Yih A K 1.0 Let Lab WF MUSIC 2230 GRAD Students only. 207A SEM ORCHESTRATION Feigin J S 4.0 Let Sem R MUSIC 1213 GRAD Students only. 208 GRAD COMPOSITION Haladyna J J 4.0 Let Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Kuchera-Morin Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Feigin J S Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Barlow C F Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Roads C Tut T B A Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 209LA REAL-TIME SYN/COMP Roads C 2.0 Let Lec M MUSIC 2215 A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. Open to MUSIC, EE, CMPSC, AMATH, MATH, PHYS, ECE Majors Only. Roads C Lab T B A 209N SPEC TOP COMPT MUS Roads C 3.0 Let Lec W PM MUSIC 2215 GRAD Students only. 211A CONTEMP TECHNIQUES Barlow C F 4.0 Let Sem F MUSIC APPLIED INSTRUCTION STAFF 2.0 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 220 MM/DMA PERF INST STAFF 3-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 222X PRACTM WORLD MUSIC Marcus S L 1-2 Opt Tut T B A GRAD Students only. Rudnicki S Tut T B A GRAD Students only. Upadhyaya H N Tut T B A GRAD Students only. 231T CHORAL TECHNIQUES Gervais M M 2.0 Let Lec T MUSIC A ACCOMPANYING T & R Juhn H 2.0 Let Tut M MUSIC GHALL 250A SEMINAR IN THEORY Hall P 4.0 Let Sem F MUSIC OPERA/SONG REP Ballerino J M 2.0 Let Sem F MUSIC GHALL GRAD Students only. 262G OTHER ETHNO ISSUES Pilzer J D 4.0 Let Lec TR MUSIC SEM MUS 20TH CENT Van Den Toorn 4.0 Let Sem M MUSIC A STUDIES ETHNOMUSICO Cooley T 4.0 Let Lec M MUSIC ETHNO FORUM Pilzer J D 1.0 Let Col W MUSIC 1213 GRAD Students only. 292 PROSEM - BAR MUSIC Tcharos S S 4.0 Let Lec T MUSIC 1213 GRAD Students only. 295A MM PERFORMANCES STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 295B MM PERFORMANCES STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 297A DMA PERFORMANCES STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 297B DMA PERFORMANCES STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 299A DMA SEM HIST/THEORY STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 299B DMA SEM HIST/THEORY STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 501 DIRECTED TEACH MUS Rothfarb L A 2-4 SU Lec M PM MUSIC 1213 Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 502 TEACHING PRACTICUM STAFF 2-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 594A SPECIAL TOPICS Hajda J M 2-4 Opt Sem TR MUSIC GROUP STUDIES STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 597 MAST/DOCT EXAM PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 598 MASTERS DEGREE PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 599A PH.D. DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 599B DMA RECITAL PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. 599C DMA DOCUMENT PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

101 Music Music Performance Laboratories Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Music. Allen T A Demaio M...63 Ingham M C...16 Nathan J S Sen C C...86 Amatriain X P Ederer E B...76 Ip I A...14 Onderdonk B P Shaver-Gleaso...93 Arthur K L Feigin J S...32 Januleviciute...18 Osqueezadeh B Sommers J D...87 Asche C B Felber J...60 Johnson E T...80 Paul D C Stankis J E...88 Attrep K A Gamma L A...02 Joiner M B...78 Paulsen N S Syed N A...89 Ballerino J M Garber N A...43 Juhn H...35 Pievac M D Taylor B L...10 Bambach P A Gervais M M...45 Katz D H...03 Pilzer J D Taylor W S...69 Barlow C F Gill D R...83 Knight R C...21 Popper T J Tcharos S S...09 Bass T W Gordon L S...68 Kronour S E...12 Prizer W F Tripathi S...90 Bell V R Gross S L...42 Kuchera-Morin...33 Radford A Upadhyaya H N...41 Berkowitz P M Haghjoo R A...71 Lowi R...72 Rintoul R R Van Den Toorn...11 Booth W C Hajda J M...48 Lybarger-Mons...94 Roads C Waltman K B...91 Burke D M Haladyna J J...17 Marcus S L...59 Roberson M J Williams K C...92 Callus H S Hall P...38 Mathews C P...22 Rothfarb L A Yaron Y...26 Carr J R Horn S...37 Miller S J...81 Rudnicki S Yih A K...13 Cooley T Hsu D M...15 Mount A G...73 Rutkowski G B Young L E...61 Dearman J B Hungerford G...23 Murphy P J...82 Scarimbolo J Music Music Performance Laboratories MUS A 34 WIND ENSEMBLE Bambach P A 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC GHALL R PM MUSIC GHALL 36A CHAMBER CHOIR Gervais M M 1.0 Let Lab MW PM MUSIC A UNIVERSITY SINGERS Gervais M M 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC OPERA WORKSHOP Kronour S E 1.0 Opt Lab T PM MUSIC 1219 Letter grade required for majors. F PM MUSIC LLCH 40 ENSEMBL CONTEMP MUS Haladyna J J 1.0 Let Lab MW MUSIC PIANO ENSEMBLE Asche C B 1.0 Let Lab T B A Berkowitz P M Lab T B A Berkowitz P M Lab T B A STAFF Lab T B A 42 ORCHESTRA STAFF 2.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC LLCH 43 FLUTE CHOIR Felber J 1.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC GHALL 44 CHAMBER MUS ENSMBL Asche C B 1.0 Let Lab T B A Lower Division only. Bambach P A Lab T B A Lower Division only. Rutkowski G B Lab T B A Lower Division only. STAFF Lab T B A Lower Division only. Berkowitz P M Lab T B A Lower Division only. Gross S L Lab T B A Lower Division only. Dearman J B Lab T B A Lower Division only. STAFF Lab T B A Lower Division only. Felber J Lab T B A Lower Division only. 44 CHAMBER MUS ENSMBL Yaron Y 1.0 Let Lab T B A A Lab/Dis is Required. Lower Division only. Yaron Y Lab T B A 45 BRASS QUINTET Gross S L 1.0 Opt Lab MW MUSIC BR BRASS ORCH REP Gross S L 1.0 Opt Lab W PM MUSIC 1250 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 45H HORN ENSEMBLE Gross S L 1.0 Opt Lab M PM MUSIC CLARINET CHOIR Bambach P A 1.0 Opt Lab W MUSIC GHALL 47S JAZZ ENSEMBLE Nathan J S 1.0 Opt Lab R MUSIC 1145 T MUSIC GHALL 49 PERCUSSION ENSEM Nathan J S 1.0 Opt Lab T MUSIC GHALL 70J BEGIN GAMELAN ENS Pievac M D 1.0 Let Lab TR PM MUSIC K ADV GAMELAN ENS Pievac M D 1.0 Let Lab TR PM MUSIC M MIDDLE EAST ENS Marcus S L 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC GHALL 70N MIDDLE EAST CHORUS Marcus S L 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC V GOSPEL CHOIR Bell V R 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC WIND ENSEMBLE Bambach P A 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC GHALL Upper Division only. R PM MUSIC GHALL 136A CHAMBER CHOIR Gervais M M 1.0 Let Lab MW PM MUSIC 1145 Upper Division only. 137A UNIVERSITY SINGERS Gervais M M 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC 2218 Upper Division only. 138 OPERA WORKSHOP Kronour S E 1.0 Opt Lab T PM MUSIC 1219 Letter grade required for majors. F PM MUSIC LLCH DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

102 100 Music Performance Laboratories 140 ENSEMBL CONTEMP MUS Haladyna J J 1.0 Let Lab MW MUSIC 1145 Upper Division only. 141 PIANO ENSEMBLE Asche C B 1.0 Let Lab T B A Upper Division only. Berkowitz P M Lab T B A Upper Division only. STAFF Lab T B A Upper Division only. STAFF Lab T B A Upper Division only. 142 ORCHESTRA STAFF 2.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC LLCH Upper Division only. 143 FLUTE CHOIR Felber J 1.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC GHALL 144 CHAMBER MUS ENSMBL Asche C B 2.0 Let Lab T B A Upper Division only. STAFF Lab T B A Upper Division only. Berkowitz P M Lab T B A Upper Division only. Rutkowski G B Lab T B A Upper Division only. Gross S L Lab T B A Upper Division only. Bambach P A Lab T B A Upper Division only. Felber J Lab T B A Upper Division only. Dearman J B Lab T B A Upper Division only. Bambach P A Lab T B A Upper Division only. 144 CHAMBER MUS ENSMBL Yaron Y 2.0 Let Lab T B A A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Yaron Y Lab T B A 145 BRASS QUINTET Gross S L 1.0 Opt Lab MW MUSIC 2305 Upper Division only. 145BR BRASS ORCH REP Gross S L 1.0 Opt Lab W PM MUSIC 1250 Upper Division only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 145H HORN ENSEMBLE Gross S L 1.0 Opt Lab M PM MUSIC 1219 Upper Division only. 146 CLARINET CHOIR Bambach P A 1.0 Opt Lab W MUSIC GHALL Upper Division only. 147S JAZZ ENSEMBLE Nathan J S 1.0 Let Lab R MUSIC 1145 Upper Division only. T MUSIC GHALL 149 PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE Nathan J S 1.0 Opt Lab T MUSIC GHALL Upper Division only. 170J BEGIN GAMELAN ENS. Pievac M D 1.0 Let Lab TR PM MUSIC 1207 Upper Division only. 170K ADV. GAMELAN ENS. Pievac M D 1.0 Let Lab TR PM MUSIC 1231 Upper Division only. 170M MIDDLE EAST ENS. Marcus S L 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC GHALL Upper Division only. 170N MIDDLE EAST CHORUS Marcus S L 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC 1207 Upper Division only. 170V GOSPEL CHOIR Bell V R 1.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC 1145 Upper Division only. 234 WIND ENSEMBLE Bambach P A 2.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC GHALL GRAD Students only. R PM MUSIC GHALL 236A CHAMBER CHOIR Gervais M M 2.0 Let Lab MW PM MUSIC 1145 GRAD Students only. 237A UNIVERSITY SINGERS Gervais M M 2.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC 2218 GRAD Students only. 238 OPERA WORKSHOP Kronour S E 2.0 Opt Lab T PM MUSIC 1219 Letter grade required for majors. F PM MUSIC LLCH 240 ENSEMBL CONTEMP MUS Haladyna J J 2.0 Let Lab MW MUSIC 1145 GRAD Students only. 241 PIANO ENSEMBLE STAFF 2.0 Let Lab T B A Berkowitz P M Lab T B A Asche C B Lab T B A STAFF Lab T B A 242 ORCHESTRA STAFF 2.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC LLCH 243 FLUTE CHOIR Felber J 2.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC GHALL 244 CHAMBER MUS ENS Asche C B 2.0 Let Lab T B A Rutkowski G B Lab T B A Berkowitz P M Lab T B A STAFF Lab T B A Gross S L Lab T B A Bambach P A Lab T B A Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

103 Music Performance Laboratories Philosophy 101 Felber J Lab T B A STAFF Lab T B A Yaron Y Lab T B A 244 CHAMBER MUS ENS Yaron Y 2.0 Let Lab T B A A Lab/Dis is Required. Yaron Y Lab T B A 245 BRASS QUINTET Gross S L 2.0 Let Lab MW MUSIC 2305 GRAD Students only. 245BR BRASS/ORCH REP Gross S L 2.0 Let Lab W PM MUSIC 1250 GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 245H HORN ENSEMBLE Gross S L 2.0 Let Lab M PM MUSIC 1219 GRAD Students only. 246 CLARINET CHOIR Bambach P A 2.0 Let Lab W MUSIC GHALL 247S JAZZ ENSEMBLE Nathan J S 2.0 Let Lab R MUSIC 1145 T MUSIC GHALL 249 PERCUSSION ENS Nathan J S 2.0 Let Lab T MUSIC GHALL 253 VIOLA ORCH REP Callus H S 2.0 Let Lab T B A GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 270J BEGIN GAMELAN ENS. Pievac M D 2.0 Let Lab TR PM MUSIC K ADV. GAMELAN ENS. Pievac M D 2.0 Let Lab TR PM MUSIC M MIDDLE EAST ENS. Marcus S L 2.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC GHALL 270N ETHNO PERF ENSEMBLE Marcus S L 2.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC V GOSPEL CHOIR Bell V R 2.0 Let Lab T PM MUSIC 1145 Philosophy PHIL 1 SHORT INTRO TO PHIL STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1910 GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M SH 5617 STAFF Dis M HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis W SH 5617 STAFF Dis R BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis W BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis T HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis W HSSB CRITICAL THINKING STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1910 GE: E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis M SH 5617 STAFF Dis T SH 5617 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis R SH 5617 STAFF Dis W PHELP 1444 STAFF Dis T ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis W GIRV INTRO ETHICS Zimmerman A Z 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1910 GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M NH 1111 STAFF Dis T SH 5617 STAFF Dis R SH 5617 STAFF Dis W BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1115 STAFF Dis M BSIF 1217 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis M SH A HISTORY PHILOSOPHY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF EMBAR HALL GE: EUR, E, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis M HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis W HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R SH 5617 STAFF Dis T SH 1609 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1211 STAFF Dis W SH A ETHICS Hanser M F 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M SH 5617 STAFF Dis W SH 1430 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1211 STAFF Dis F HSSB B THEORY OF KNOWLEDGE Brueckner A L 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 2600 GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R SH 5617 STAFF Dis W PHELP E METAPHYSICS Anderson C A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GE: WRT, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis F PHELP 1420 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

104 102 Philosophy Physics 124A PHIL OF SCIENCE Rescorla M A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF SH PHIL INTL RELATIONS Wilkins B T 4.0 Opt Lec R PM PHELP 1425 Upper Division only. Open to PHIL, LAWSO, POLS, GLOBL Majors Only. 135 CONTEMP PHILOSOPHY Salmon N U 4.0 Opt Lec MW SH META-ETHICS McMahon C A 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV ACTION THEORY McMahon C A 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV A ADV ETHICAL THEORY Anderson C A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS E ADV METAPHYSICS Brueckner A L 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV PLATO Tsouna V 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV HELLENISTIC PHIL Tsouna V 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH HUME STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP BEGIN MODERN LOGIC Salmon N U 4.0 Opt Lec MWF SH 1431 GE: C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF M PHELP 1444 STAFF F GIRV PHIL OF MATHEMATICS Rescorla M A 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV INTERN PHILOSOPHY STAFF 1-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to PHIL Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 197A SR HONORS THESIS STAFF 2.0 IP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Open to PHIL Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 197B SR HONORS THESIS STAFF 2.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - final quarter. Seniors only. Open to PHIL Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 197P SEN PROJECT ETHICS STAFF 2-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to PHIL Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA INDEP RESRCH ASSIST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to PHIL Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 224A PHIL OF SCIENCE Rescorla M A 1-4 Opt Lec MWF SH G PHIL INTL RELATIONS Wilkins B T 4.0 Opt Lec R PM PHELP 1425 GRAD Students only. 235G CONTEMP PHILOSOPHY Salmon N U 4.0 Opt Lec MW SH G META-ETHICS McMahon C A 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV G ACTION THEORY McMahon C A 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV A TOPICS-ETHICAL THRY Anderson C A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS E TOP-IN METAPHYSICS Brueckner A L 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV G PLATO Tsouna V 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV G HELLENISTIC PHIL Tsouna V 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH G BEG SYMBOLIC LOGIC Salmon N U 4.0 Opt Lec MWF SH 1431 GRAD Students only. 287G PHILOSOPHY OF MATH Rescorla M A 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV B SEM EPISTEMOLOGY Zimmerman A Z 1-4 Opt Sem W PM SH 5617 GRAD Students only. 296D SEM PHILOSOPHY MIND Falvey K T 1-4 Opt Sem T PM SH 5617 GRAD Students only. 500 APP TEACH IN PHIL STAFF 2-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 501 T A TRAINING STAFF 2.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 594 SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 1-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to PHIL Majors Only. 597 IND STD MA/PHD EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA THESIS RSCH-PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Philosophy. Anderson C A Forgie J W...05 Humphrey S F...12 Salmon N U Zimmerman A Z...10 Brueckner A L Hanser M F...03 McMahon C A...09 Tsouna V Falvey K T Holden T A...02 Rescorla M A...14 Wilkins B T Physics Astronomy ASTRO 1 BASIC ASTRONOMY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1610 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F SH 1430 STAFF Dis W PSYCH 1802 STAFF Dis W ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis W NH 1105 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV H HONORS- BASIC ASTRO STAFF 1.0 Opt Sem W PHELP 1440 Honors students only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

105 Physics Physics PHYS 2 BASIC PHYSICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1640 GE: QNT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F GIRV BASIC PHYSICS Freedman R A 3.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1610 STAFF Dis T PM PHELP 3505 GE: QNT. Freedman R A Lec MWF BRDA L PHYSICS LAB Freedman R A 1.0 Opt Lab M BRDA 2302 GE: QNT. Freedman R A Lab M PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab M PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab T BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab T PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab T PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab W BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab W PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab W PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab R BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab R PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab R PM BRDA 2302 Freedman R A Lab W BRDA 2316 Freedman R A Lab T BRDA 2316 Freedman R A Lab T PM BRDA 2316 Freedman R A Lab T PM BRDA 2316 Freedman R A Lab W PM BRDA A INTRODUCTORY PHYSIC Geller R M 3.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1610 Freedman R A Lab W PM BRDA 2316 GE: QNT, C. Geller R M Lec TR BRDA AL INTRO EXPER PHYSICS Geller R M 1.0 Opt Lab M BRDA 2324A GE: QNT, C. M BSIF 1217 Geller R M Lab M BRDA 2324B M BSIF 1217 Geller R M Lab M PM BRDA 2324A M GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab M PM BRDA 2324B M GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab M PM BRDA 2324A M PM GIRV 1112 STAFF Lab M PM BRDA 2324B M PM GIRV 1112 Geller R M Lab T BRDA 2324A T BRDA 3314 Geller R M Lab T BRDA 2324B T BRDA 3314 Geller R M Lab T PM BRDA 2324A T GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab T PM BRDA 2324B T GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab T PM BRDA 2324A T PM BSIF 1217 STAFF Lab T PM BRDA 2324B T PM BSIF 1217 Geller R M Lab W BRDA 2324A W BSIF 1217 Geller R M Lab W BRDA 2324B W BSIF 1217 Geller R M Lab W PM BRDA 2324A W GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab W PM BRDA 2324B W GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab W PM BRDA 2324A W PM GIRV 1112 STAFF Lab W PM BRDA 2324B W PM GIRV 1112 Freund E G Lab R BRDA 2324A Geller R M R ARTS 1245 Geller R M Lab R BRDA 2324B R ARTS 1247 Geller R M Lab R PM BRDA 2324A R GIRV 2127 STAFF Lab R PM BRDA 2324B R GIRV 2127 Geller R M Lab R PM BRDA 2324A R PM BSIF DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

106 104 Physics STAFF Lab R PM BRDA 2324B R PM BSIF C INTRODUCTORY PHYSIC Roig F S 3.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1610 GE: C, QNT. 6CL INTRO EXPER PHYSICS Roig F S 1.0 Opt Lab M BRDA 2334A GE: C, QNT. M ARTS 1245 Roig F S Lab M BRDA 2334B M ARTS 1245 Roig F S Lab M PM BRDA 2334A M PM PHELP 3519 Roig F S Lab M PM BRDA 2334B M PM PHELP 3519 Roig F S Lab T BRDA 2334A T ARTS 1247 Roig F S Lab T BRDA 2334B T ARTS 1247 Roig F S Lab T PM BRDA 2334A T PM PHELP AH HON EXPERIMENT PHYS STAFF 3.0 Opt Lab F BRDA 3332 GE: WRT. STAFF Lab W BRDA GEN PHYS Sherwin M S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1640 A Lab/Dis is Required. Sherwin M S Dis F PHELP GEN PHYS Nelson H 3.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1640 A Lab/Dis is Required. F BRDA 1640 Nelson H W PHELP A METHODS THEOR PHYS Carlson J M 3.0 Opt Lec MWF SH 1431 A Lab/Dis is Required. Carlson J M M BRDA A ELECTROMAGNETISM Gwinn C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 3515 A Lab/Dis is Required. Gwinn C F PHELP C QUANTUM MECHANICS Cleland A N 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3515 A Lab/Dis is Required. Cleland A N F BRDA A THERMO & STAT PHYS Richman J D 3.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP A COND MATT PHYS Allen J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP AL ANALOG ELECTRONICS Martinis J 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2123 A Lab/Dis is Required. Martinis J Lab TR 0-0 BRDA 3233 Martinis J Lab WF BRDA 3233 Martinis J Lab TR PM BRDA OBSER. ASTROPHYSICS Martin C L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB OPTICS Lubin P 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP L COND MATTER LAB STAFF 1-4 PNP Lab T B A Instructor approval required prior to registration. 143L PARTICLE PHYS LAB Richman J D 1-4 PNP Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 144L BIOPHYSICS LAB STAFF 1-4 PNP Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 145L EXP RES IN ASTROPHY Lubin P 1-4 PNP Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 160A COLLOQUIUM Sherwin M S 1.0 PNP Sem T BRDA 1640 Gwinn C 160K SCIENCE FOR PUBLIC STAFF 1-4 PNP Lec F PSB-N 4670 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 198 DIRECTED READING STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 205 CLASSICAL MECHANICS Marolf D M 4.0 Let Lec TR PHELP A QUANTUM MECHANICS Blaes O M 4.0 Let Lec MWF A MANY BODY PROBLEM Ludwig A W 4.0 Opt Lec TR BSIF A REL QUANTUM FIELD Polchinski J 4.0 Opt Lec TR A CONCEPT COND MATTER Pincus P A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP A ELEM PARTICLE PHYS Richman J D 4.0 Let Sem M KERR STU-B T KERR STU-B 231A GENERAL RELATIVITY Horowitz G 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV INTERSTELLAR MEDIUM Treu T L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV A COLLOQUIUM Sherwin M S 1.0 SU Sem T BRDA 1640 GRAD Students only. Gwinn C 260C SEM GEN RELATIVITY Giddings S B 1.0 SU Sem R KOHN 260D SEM THEORETCL PHYS Giddings S B 1.0 SU Sem R KOHN 260G GRADUATE SEMINAR Gwinn C 1.0 SU Sem F BRDA H SEM ASTROPHYS COSMO Oh S P 1.0 SU Sem W BRDA J PHYSICS OUTREACH Fygenson D K 1.0 SU Sem T B A 260K SCIENCE FOR PUBLIC STAFF 1-4 SU Lec F PSB-N TEACH ASSIST SEM Geller R M 2.0 SU Sem F PHELP SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

107 Physics Political Science GROUP STUDIES STAFF 1-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Physics. Ahlers G Cannell D S...04 Hansma P K...09 Martin C L Safinya C R...30 Allen J Carlson J M...39 Hartle J B...10 Martinis J Saleh O A...19 Antonucci R R Cleland A N...44 Heeger A J...90 Metiu H I Sherwin M S...31 Awschalom D D Eardley D M...08 Horowitz G...23 Morrison D R Shraiman B I...15 Balents L M Fisher M P...37 Imamoglu A...49 Nelson H Srednicki M...24 Berenstein D Freedman R A...20 Incandela J R...51 Nguyen T T Stuart D D...56 Bildsten L Fygenson D K...46 Kohn W...43 Oh S P Sugar R L...21 Blaes O M Geller R M...50 Langer J S...93 Pincus P A Treu T L...16 Bouwmeester D Giddings S B...38 Lipman E A...42 Polchinski J Van Dam W...17 Brown E M Gross D J...07 Lubin P...26 Reich N O Van De Walle...40 Brown F L Gwinn C...36 Ludwig A W...12 Richman J D Zee A...02 Campagnari C Gwinn E G...28 Marolf D M...60 Roig F S Political Science POL S 7 INTRO TO IR Belkin A 4.0 Opt Lec MW IV THEA1 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R HSSB 1228 STAFF Dis F SH 1609 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis F SH 1609 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1420 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1207 STAFF Dis W PM SH 1609 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 1214 STAFF Dis M HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1211 STAFF Dis M HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1207 STAFF Dis F HSSB AMER GOV & POLITICS Bimber B 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CAMPB HALL AMH. GE: WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis W HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1237 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis R GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis R SH 1609 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1227 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1224 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis R HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis T HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis R GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis R GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis R PM SH 1609 STAFF Dis R HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis M HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis M HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis M BUCHN 1934 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis M HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis M HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis W HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2201 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

108 106 Political Science 99 INTRO TO RESEARCH STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Lower Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 104 INTRO RES POL SCI Weatherford M 5.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1260 A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to Freshmen. Not open to GLOBL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF Lab T GIRV 2110 STAFF Lab T PHELP 1440 STAFF Lab T HSSB 2201 STAFF Lab W GIRV 2110 STAFF Lab W GIRV 2110 STAFF Lab W GIRV THEORY OF COMP POL STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1940 Not open to GLOBL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. 106WP SPECIAL TOPICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1426 Upper Division only. 119 ETHICAL ISSUES IR Digeser P 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 3505 A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF F HSSB 3201 STAFF F SH 1609 STAFF W PM HSSB FORGN POL USSR/SUCC Hinckley 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1173 Not open to GLOBL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. 149 ISRAELI POLITICS Stoll H M 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3505 A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to Freshmen. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF Dis W TD 2600 STAFF Dis W PM TD 2600 STAFF Dis W HSSB A MIDDLE EAST POLITIC Nash M B 4.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1100 GE: NWC, D. Not open to Freshmen. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. 154 PUBLIC OPINION Cowden J A 4.0 Opt Lec MW A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF M TD 2600 STAFF M PM TD 2600 STAFF W SH BUREAUCRACY McDonnell L M 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1105 AMH. A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF R ARTS 1241 STAFF R PM ARTS 1241 STAFF F HSSB INTRO INTL POL ECON Cohen B J 4.0 Opt Lec MW BUCHN 1910 A Lab/Dis is Required. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF Dis R HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1233 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1224 STAFF Dis R ARTS 1426 STAFF Dis R NH 1111 STAFF Dis F SH 1609 STAFF Dis R LSB MODERN POL THEORY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA 1640 GE: E. A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Not open to GLBOL, PRLAS, LAWSO, PRSOC, SOC, COMM, ECON, PREBE, BUSEC Majors. STAFF Dis R HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R HSSB FIELD RES POL SCI STAFF 4-12 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 194 GROUP STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 197A HONORS THESIS Bimber B 4.0 IP Tut W ELLSN 3814 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 197D SENIOR THESIS STAFF 4.0 IP Sem T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. PNP/SU grading allowed for majors. Upper Division only. Open to POLS Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA INDEP RESEARCH ASST STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 215 AMER GOVTL PROCESS Weatherford M 4.0 Let Sem W ELLSN 3814 GRAD Students only. 226 SEM INT ECON/NONECO Cohen B J 4.0 Opt Sem T ELLSN 3814 GRAD Students only. 240 SEM CLAS POL THINK Robinson C J 4.0 Opt Sem R ELLSN 3814 GRAD Students only. 251 POLITICAL REPRESENT Moosbrugger L 4.0 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. 277 AMER FOREIGN POLICY Belkin A 4.0 Let Sem R ELLSN 3814 GRAD Students only. 500 PRAC FOR TAS STAFF 2-4 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501A TA TRAINING Wiener S L 2.0 IP Fld M ELLSN 3814 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. GRAD Students only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

109 Political Science Psychology PRAC TEACH ASSO STAFF 2-4 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 503 DIRECTED RESEARCH Smith E R 2-4 Opt Sem T ELLSN 3814 GRAD Students only. 504 INTERNSHIP STAFF 2-8 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 594QM SPECIAL TOPICS Glasgow G E 1-4 Opt Sem R NH 2208 GRAD Students only. 595A GROUP STUDIES STAFF 2.0 IP Dis T B A Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 596 DIR READ-RESCH STAFF 2-6 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 MA-PH D EXAM PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA THESIS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Political Science. Adams J Digeser P...26 Jennings M K...77 Nash M B Stoll H M...15 Belkin A Dungey N...16 Kaplan C S...36 Parker C Weatherford M...64 Bimber B Dymski G...05 Liu A P...12 Rauchhaus R Wiener S L...03 Binion G N Eskandari-Qaj...21 Lodge J...13 Reyes C A Woolley J T...10 Bruhn K Freeman L A...28 Lopez-Alves F...27 Robinson C J Wyner A J...29 Cohen B J Fukui H...20 McDermott R M...11 Santori G C Cowden J A Glasgow G E...17 McDonnell L M...04 Schrock T S Davidson R H Hinckley R A...14 Moosbrugger L...08 Smith E R Psychology Courses in Related Departments Interdisciplinary INT 200A COG SCI A Mayer R E 2.0 SU Sem F PSY-E 2822 GRAD Students only. Psychology PSY 1 INTRO TO PSYCH Revlin R 4.0 Opt Lec TR CAMPB HALL GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M STAFF Dis M PM STAFF Dis M PM STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T STAFF Dis T PM STAFF Dis T PM STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis W STAFF Dis W PM STAFF Dis W PM STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R STAFF Dis R PM STAFF Dis R PM STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis F STAFF Dis T BIO BASIS OF PSYCH Janusonis S 3.0 Opt Lec TR BRDA INTRO STATISTICS Eckstein M P 5.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1824 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R PSY-E 2822 STAFF Dis R PM PSY-E 2822 STAFF Dis F PSY-E 2822 STAFF Dis F PSY-E 2822 STAFF Dis F PSY-E 2822 STAFF Dis R PSYCH INTRO EXPER PSYCH Roney J R 3.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1910 Pass 1 restricted to PRPSY, PSY, BIPSY, PRBPY, INTST Majors Only. 90A FIRST-LEVEL HON SEM Blascovich J 2.0 Let Sem R PSYCH 1523 GE: WRT. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. 102 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Nayak S G 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1179 GE: D. Pass 1 restricted to PRPSY, PSY, BIPSY, PRBPY, INTST Majors Only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

110 108 Psychology 103 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY Fridlund A J 4.0 Opt Lec TR CAMPB HALL GE: D. Pass 1 restricted to PRPSY, PSY, BIPSY, PRBPY, INTST Majors Only. 105 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCH German T P 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1179 GE: D. Pass 1 restricted to PRPSY, PSY, BIPSY, PRBPY, INTST Majors Only. 111 CONCEPTS IN BIOPSY Kippin T E 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1824 Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. 112L LAB IN SOC BEHAV Sherman D A 5.0 Opt Lec M PSYCH 1523 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Lab T PSY-E 2822 STAFF Lab T PSY-E HUMAN MEMORY Hegarty M 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1171 Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. 120L LAB IN ADV RESEARCH Giesbrecht B 5.0 Opt Lec M LSB 1001 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. Fee charged. STAFF Lab T PM PSY-E 2822 STAFF Lab W PM PSY-E 2822 STAFF Lab M PM PSY-E 2822 STAFF Lab R PSY-E 2822 STAFF Lab R PSY-E 2822 STAFF Lab W PSY-E EDUCATIONAL PSYCH Mayer R E 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1006 Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. 138 SOCIAL MEMORY Hamilton D L 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1930 Open to PSY, BIPSY Majors Only. 154 CULTURAL PSYCH Kim H S 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1824 GE: WRT. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. 160DM SPEC TOPICS PSYCH Mackie D M 4.0 Opt Lec F IV THEA2 Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. 169L NEUROANATOMY Reese B E 5.0 Opt Lec M PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. STAFF Lab TR PSYCH 3113 STAFF Lab TR PSYCH 3113 STAFF Lab WF PSYCH 3113 STAFF Lab WF PSYCH 3113 STAFF Lab TR PSYCH 3113 STAFF Lab WF PSYCH A HONORS RESEARCH STAFF 4.0 IP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Open to PSY, BIPSY Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 198 READINGS IN PSYCH STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A PNP/SU grading allowed for majors. Upper Division only. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 RESEARCH IN PSYCH STAFF 1-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199P RESEARCH IN PSYCH STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to PSY, BIPSY, INTST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 215 NEUROPHARMACOLOGY Szumlinski K 4.0 Opt Lec M PSY-E 3843 GRAD Students only. 221A DESIGN & MEASUREMNT Ashby F G 4.0 Opt Lec MW PSYCH 1523 A Lab/Dis is Required. GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. STAFF Dis F PSYCH PERCEPTION Loomis J M 4.0 Opt Sem WF PSY-E 3843 GRAD Students only. 252 SOCIAL RES. METHODS Blascovich J 4.0 Opt Lec W PSY-E 3843 GRAD Students only. 590A TEACHING PSYCHOLOGY Hegarty M 1.0 SU Sem T PM PSYCH 1523 GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. 592BM SPEC INTRST GRP SEM Major B N 1.0 SU Sem F PSY-E DM SPEC INTRST GRP SEM Mackie D M 1.0 SU Sem W PSYCH GA SPEC INTRST GRP SEM Ashby F G 1.0 SU Sem F PSYCH MM SPEC INTRST GRP SEM Miller M B 1.0 SU Sem W PM PSY-E RR SPEC INTRST GRP SEM Revlin R 1.0 SU Sem M PSYCH TG SPEC INTRST GRP SEM German T P 1.0 SU Sem M PSYCH TK SPEC INTRST GRP SEM Kippin T E 1.0 SU Sem F PM PSYCH PROFESSIONAL SKILLS Ettenberg A 3.0 SU Lec M PSY-E 3834 GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. 594BM SPECIAL TOPICS Major B N 3.0 Opt Sem R PSY-E 3843 GRAD Students only. 594MM SPECIAL TOPICS Miller M B 3.0 Opt Sem M PSY-E 3843 GRAD Students only. 595 READINGS FOR M A STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. 597 INDIV STD-PH D EXAM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. 598 MA THESIS RSCH-PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Open to PSY Majors Only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

111 Psychology Religious Studies Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Psychology. Ashby F G Duran R P...23 Giles H...26 Klein S B Reese B E...19 Beall A C Eckstein M P...28 Grafton S T...09 Loomis J M Revlin R...38 Ben-Shahar O Ennis J M...30 Hamilton D L...43 Lytle L D Roney J R...24 Blascovich J Ettenberg A...61 Hegarty M...17 Mackie D M Sherman A R...22 Bugental D E Fisher S K...27 Ho H-Z...59 Macuga K L Sherman D A...14 Clancy P M Foley J M...06 Hong S...42 Major B N Szumlinski K...13 Collins N L Fridlund A J...08 Jacobs G H...10 Mayer R E Tooby J...20 Cosmides L Gazzaniga M...41 Janusonis S...44 Miller M B Williams G A...45 Cotton J W German T P...40 Kim H S...04 Montello D R Droll J A Giesbrecht B...25 Kippin T E...34 Nayak S G Religious Studies RG ST 1 INTROD TO STUDY REL Hillis G A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 3202 Hillis G A Dis F GIRV 2110 Honors students only. 4 INTRO TO BUDDHISM Wallace V A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: E, NWC, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis T GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV INTRO TO AMER RELIG Albanese C L 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV 1004 AMH. GE: WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF M PM GIRV 2110 STAFF M PM GIRV 2135 STAFF T PM GIRV 2110 STAFF T PM GIRV 2135 STAFF W PM ELLSN 2816 STAFF W PM ELLSN 2816 STAFF R PM GIRV 2110 STAFF R PM GIRV 2135 STAFF F GIRV 2135 STAFF F GIRV 2135 STAFF F GIRV 2110 STAFF F GIRV A ARABIC I Campo M 5.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 3041 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 3041 STAFF Dis W HSSB A ARABIC I Campo M 5.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 1210 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis R HSSB D ARABIC IV El Omari R M 5.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 3041 GE: B. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T HSSB 3041 STAFF Dis R HSSB X EGYPT COL ARABIC I Campo M 2.0 Opt Dis MW SH D HINDI IV STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MW GIRV 2135 GE: B. 14 INTRO NAT AMER REL Talamantez I 4.0 Opt Lec MWF EMBAR HALL AMH. GE: ETH, WRT, D. A Lab/Dis is Required. Talamantez I Dis W HSSB 3024 Honors students only. STAFF Dis M GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis M PM GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis T GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis R ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R PM ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis F GIRV 2110 STAFF Dis F GIRV A BIBLICAL HEBREW I Garr W R 4.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB D INTERMED TIBETAN IV Hillis G A 4.0 Opt Lec MW HSSB 3030 GE: B. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

112 110 Religious Studies 31 RELIGIONS OF TIBET Cabezon J I 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1174 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W PM SH A PERSIAN I STAFF 5.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 3041 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T GIRV D PERSIAN IV STAFF 5.0 Opt Lec MTWR HSSB 1210 GE: B. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R GIRV A PUNJABI I Mann G S 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR HSSB A REL & WEST CIV I STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM GIRV 1004 GE: WRT, EUR, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis M ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis W ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis F ELLSN 2816 STAFF Dis R HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis F HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2202 STAFF Dis F ELLSN B REL & WEST CIV II Tutino S 4.0 Opt Lec MWF NH 1006 GE: WRT, EUR, E. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis R GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis R GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis F GIRV 1106 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis M GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis T GIRV 2135 STAFF Dis F GIRV MOD/SECULARIZATION Carlson T A 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1508 GE: WRT. 115A HEBW BIBLE/OLD TEST Hecht R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF WEBB 1100 GE: D. 116E CHRIST IN U.S. Busto R V 4.0 Opt Lec TR A INTRO ISLAMIC LAW STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF SH JUDAISM Hecht R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM 1171 GE: WRT, E. 148A ADVANCED ARABIC Reynolds D F 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 3024 A Lab/Dis is Required. Reynolds D F Dis TR HSSB REL IN AMER TODAY Roof W C 4.0 Opt Lec MW GIRV 2128 AMH. GE: D. 157A ADV PERSIAN I STAFF 5.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 3030 GE: B. 159A ELEMENTARY SANSKRIT Hillis G A 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB B TIB BUD THOUGHT Cabezon J I 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV B REL & HEAL GLOBAL Wallace V A 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB SR HON RESEARCH STAFF 1-8 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. PNP/SU grading allowed for majors. Seniors only. Open to RGSTD Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Honors students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to RGSTD Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Instructor Approval Required to finalize registration. 199RA INDEPEN RES ASST STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Open to RGSTD Majors Only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 200A PROSEM HIST-THRY RL Roof W C 4.0 Let Sem W HSSB 3041 GRAD Students only. Taves A 200D PROSEM HIST-THRY RL Friedland R O 4.0 Let Sem M HSSB RELIGIOUS CORE Roof W C 4.0 Let Sem W HSSB 3041 Taves A 206G SEM BODY IN SO ASIA Holdrege B A 4.0 Opt Sem R HSSB A REL LIT IN SANSKRIT Holdrege B A 4.0 Opt Sem W HSSB B REL & SOC IN PUNJAB Mann G S 4.0 Opt Sem M HSSB PROSEM IN ISLAM Campo J E 4.0 Let Sem T HSSB SACRED/PROFANE Friedland R O 4.0 Opt Sem T HSSB 3030 Carlson T A 247 SEM NAT AM REL TRAD Talamantez I 4.0 Opt Sem T HSSB SEM HIST RELIGIONS Hecht R 4.0 Opt Sem R HSSB SEM BUDDHIST STDS Powell W 4.0 Opt Sem T HSSB CLASSIC ARAB TEXTS El Omari R M 4.0 Opt Sem M HSSB TA & ASSOC TRAINING STAFF 1-4 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 592 DIRECTED READING STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 593 COLLOQUIUM Carlson T A 1-4 SU Col W HSSB DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 1-12 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 597 INDP STD MA-PHD EXM STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 MA PROJECT RES-PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

113 Renaissance Studies Sociology Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Religious Studies. Albanese C L Espinosa G E...26 Hammond P E...29 McGinn B J Taves A...02 Busto R V Friedland R O...53 Hecht R...16 Munoz M V Thomas C M...17 Cabezon J I Gallucci R...35 Holdrege B A...10 Pearson B A Tutino S...11 Campo J E Garr W R...20 Iyer N R...13 Powell W Wallace V A...19 Campo M Gibor A...25 Juergensmeyer...33 Reynolds D F Weber E...39 Carlson T A Goorjian T K...43 Kohl D M...23 Roof W C Weinberger-Th...06 El Omari R M Grapard A G...21 Larson G J...05 Singh G White D G...12 Elizondo V P Gunn G B...62 Long C H...14 Spickard P R Yang M...44 Erickson R A Hajjar L...41 Mann G S...31 Talamantez I Renaissance Studies RENST 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Renaissance Studies. Adams A J Fumerton M P...07 Meadow M A...03 Skenazi E C Bernstein H J Guerrini A...08 O Connell M W...37 Snyder J R Blumenthal Lansing C L...09 Paul C...10 Williams R J English E D McGee J S...35 Prizer W F...11 Sociology SOC 1 INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY Winant H 4.0 Opt Lec TR IV THEA1 GE: D. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis T PM PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1227 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 4201 STAFF Dis F SH 1609 STAFF Dis M ARTS 1247 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis T HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R HSSB 4202 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1231 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis F PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis W HSSB 2251 STAFF Dis F NH 1111 STAFF Dis W PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis R PM PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis F PHELP 3523 STAFF Dis W PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1508 STAFF Dis T PM GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis W PM BUCHN H INTRO TO SOC-HONORS Winant H 1.0 Opt Dis W GIRV 2110 Honors students only. 98 READINGS SOCIOLOGY STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 99 INTRO RESEARCH SOC STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 104A FUND DATA ANALYSIS Friedkin N E 4.0 Opt Lec M SH 1609 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to SOC Majors Only. STAFF Lab R ELLSN 2626 STAFF Lab R ELLSN C CULTURAL ANALYSIS Kaplan R L 4.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1100 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to SOC Majors Only. STAFF R GIRV 2135 STAFF R PM GIRV 1106 STAFF R PM BUCHN 1934 STAFF R PM BUCHN CH COMP-HIST METHODS Lopez-Alves F 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2128 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to SOC Majors Only. STAFF W PM BUCHN 1934 STAFF W PM GIRV 1106 STAFF W PM GIRV 1115 STAFF W PM PHELP F STUDYING PEOPLE STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2128 A Lab/Dis is Required. Open to SOC Majors Only. STAFF W PM GIRV 1106 STAFF W PM PHELP 3523 STAFF F PHELP 1444 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

114 112 Sociology STAFF F GIRV SOCIAL STRAT Wong R S 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1930 Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 130 DEVELOPMENT & ALTS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1930 GE: NWC, WRT. Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 130SG SOC GLOBALIZATION Robinson W I 4.0 Opt Lec T PM LSB 1001 Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 133 SOCIOL MASS COMMUN Kaplan R L 4.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1100 Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 134 SOCIAL MOVEMENTS Widick R E 4.0 Opt Lec TR CHEM 1171 GE: D, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. STAFF Dis M PM PHELP A CONV INTERACTION Raymond G 4.0 Opt Lec TR PSYCH 1802 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. Raymond G W ELLSN 2609 Raymond G W ELLSN 2609 Raymond G W ELLSN 2609 Raymond G W ELLSN V VIDEO STDY INTRACTN Lerner G 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1609 Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. 140 AGING AMER SOCIETY Bielby D D 4.0 Opt Lec M PM CHEM 1171 AMH. Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 142 SOCIALIZATION Baldwin J D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF BUCHN 1940 Pass 1 & 2 restricted to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 148 SOCIAL NETWORKS Friedkin N E 4.0 Opt Lec T ELLSN 2824 Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. 152A SOC HUMAN SEXUALITY Baldwin J D 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CAMPB HALL GE: D. Baldwin J I 152B TOPICS IN SEXUALITY Baldwin J D 4.0 Opt Sem MWF HSSB 2202 Upper Division only. Baldwin J I Instructor approval required prior to registration. 153 WOMEN AND WORK Pinedo-Turnov 4.0 Opt Lec T PM PHELP 3515 GE: ETH, WRT, D. Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 154A SOCIOLOGY OF FAMILY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW ARTS 1426 GE: WRT. Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. 156A WOMEN/CULTR/DEVELOP Bhavnani K 4.0 Opt Lec MW BRDA 1640 A Lab/Dis is Required. Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. STAFF T PM PHELP 3523 STAFF T PM PHELP 3523 STAFF T PM PHELP LG LESB/GAY COMMUNITY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR HFH 1104 Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 164 SOC OF EDUCATION Segura D A 4.0 Opt Lec TR WEBB 1100 Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 172 CRIME & DELINQUENCY Sutton J R 4.0 Opt Lec TR NH 1006 Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 175 PUNISH & CORRECTION STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM SH 1431 Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 176A SOCIOLOGY OF AIDS Schneider B E 4.0 Opt Lec TR SH 1431 GE: WRT. Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 176D SOC DRUG USE STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM SH 1431 Upper Division only. Open to SOC, PRSOC Majors Only. 185A DEVELOP SOC THOUGHT Winant H 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 1425 Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. 185D THEORIES OF RACE Daniel R 4.0 Opt Lec T PM PHELP 1425 Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. 185G GENDER INEQUALITY STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR BREN 1414 Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. 191CA INSTRUCTIONAL LAB STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 194 GROUP STUDIES Gardinali P A 2-5 Opt Sem MW NH 2212 Instructor approval required prior to registration. 196H HONORS PRACTICUM Falasca S 4.0 IP Sem F ELLSN 2824 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Upper Division only. Open to SOC Majors Only. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 198 READINGS IN SOC STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. PNP/SU grading allowed for majors. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. PNP/SU grading allowed for majors. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199RA IND RESEARCH ASSIST STAFF 1-5 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 204A DATA ANALYSIS Wong R S 4.0 Opt Sem T PM PHELP A DATA ANALYSIS SOC Friedkin N E 4.0 Opt Lec M SH 1609 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF R ELLSN 2626 STAFF R ELLSN A FIELD RESEARCH SOC Segura D A 4.0 Opt Sem W GIRV 1106 Pinedo-Turnov 218P POPULAR CULTURE Bielby D D 4.0 Opt Sem W PM ELLSN 2824 GRAD Students only. 236 CONVERSATION INTER Raymond G 4.0 Opt Sem TR PSYCH 1802 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

115 Sociology Spanish and Portuguese V VID STDY SOC INTR Lerner G 4.0 Opt Sem TR SH S SEM ON SEXUALITIES Schneider B E 4.0 Opt Sem T PM ELLSN GS GLOBAL POLITIC ECON Robinson W I 4.0 Opt Sem R GIRV A LANG & THE BODY Lerner G 4.0 Opt Lec F ELLSN 2609 GRAD Students only. Thompson S A 290A TA TRAINING SEMINAR Mohr J 4.0 SU Sem M ELLSN SPECIAL TOPICS Friedkin N E 4.0 Opt Sem T ELLSN 2824 Lopez-Alves F Sem TR ELLSN APPRENTICE TCHG STAFF 4.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 502 RES ASSIST PRACT STAFF 2-4 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 591 WKSHP IN SOC RESRCH Earl J 1-4 SU Sem T B A 596 DIR READ & RSCH STAFF 2-5 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 597 IND STD MA-PHD EXAM STAFF 4-8 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 MA THESIS RSCH-PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 PHD DISS RSCH PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Sociology. Appelbaum R Falasca S...20 Juergensmeyer...33 Robinson W I Twine F W...09 Baldwin J D Fenstermaker...44 Lerner G...30 Scheff T J Winant H...42 Baldwin J I Flacks R...08 Lipsitz G R...04 Schneider B E Wong R S...13 Bhavnani K Foran J F...06 Lopez-Alves F...07 Schulman G I Zimmerman D H...26 Bielby D D Friedkin N E...65 Mohr J...24 Segura D A Cruz J D Friedland R O...53 Pinedo-Turnov...14 Straits B C Daniel R Gordon A F...28 Raymond G...10 Sutton J R Earl J Jones N J...03 Rios V M...11 Taylor V Spanish and Portuguese Portuguese PORT 1 ELEM PORTUGUESE STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP INTERMED PORTUGUESE STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MW GIRV 2123 GE: B. 102A ADV GRAMMAR & COMP Pio C 4.0 Let Lec MWF PHELP 3206 Upper Division only. 106A SURVEY:BRAZIL LIT Oliver E V 4.0 Let Dis TR PHELP 3206 GE: G. Upper Division only. 125A CUL & CIV-PORTUGAL Pio C 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 3206 GE: WRT, E. Upper Division only. 195 SEN HONORS IND RES STAFF 4.0 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to PORT Majors Only. Honors students only. 199 INDEP PORT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 206A SUR BRAZ LIT/SPAN Oliver E V 4.0 Let Sem TR PHELP A RSCH SEM PORT/BRAZ Sharrer H L 4.0 IP Sem W PHELP 3206 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 590 METHODOLOGY STAFF 4.0 Let Sem R PHELP 4312 GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 591 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 592 TEACH ASSOC PRACTIC STAFF 4.0 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 595AA DIR TEACHG LIT/LING STAFF 4.0 SU Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIR READ & RSCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 597AA IND STD MA-PHD EXAM STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 599AA PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Portuguese. Camilo-Dos-Sa Oliver E V...02 Sharrer H L...05 Chun D M Raposo E...24 Spanish and Portuguese Spanish SPAN 1 ELEMENTARY SPANISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2123 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2115 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV ELEMENTARY SPANISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 3519 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2112 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1440 DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

116 114 Spanish and Portuguese 3 ELEMENTARY SPANISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1448 GE: B. STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1440 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1448 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV INTERMED SPANISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 1444 GE: B. STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2116 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV 2119 STAFF Dis MTWR HSSB 1215 STAFF Dis MTWR NH INTERMED SPANISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR GIRV 2127 GE: B. STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP 1445 STAFF Dis MTWR GIRV INTERMED SPANISH STAFF 4.0 Opt Dis MTWR PHELP 3519 GE: B. STAFF Dis MTWR NH 1111 STAFF Dis MTWR PHELP A SPAN FOR SPAN SPKRS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP ADV GRAMMAR & COMP STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MTWR GIRV 2116 STAFF Lec MTWR PHELP 1444 STAFF Lec MTWR PHELP INTRO HISP LINGUIST Miglio V G 4.0 Opt Lec TR HFH A ADV GRAMMAR & COMP Jefferson M E 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP L INTRO HISP LIT STDS Gonzales-Smit 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2128 GE: G. Pass 1 restricted to SPAN Majors Only. 110A SPAN LIT BEGIN PRES STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF CHEM C SPAN LIT BEGIN PRES Bermudez S 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD A SP-AM LIT BEGIN/PRS Poot-Herrera 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP C SP-AM LIT BEGIN/PRS Lomeli F A 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP CONTEMP MEXICAN LIT Poot-Herrera 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3505 GE: G. 139 U.S. LATINO LIT. McCracken E 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1426 Upper Division only. 140A CERVANTES: DON QUI Checa J 4.0 Let Lec MW PSYCH 1824 GE: G. 169 LIT/CUL SPAN CARIB Lupi J P 4.0 Let Lec MWF GIRV MODERNISMO Castillo J L 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP SEN HONORS IND RES STAFF 4.0 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Open to SPAN, PORT Majors Only. Honors students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 196 INTERNSHIP STAFF 2-3 PNP Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to SPAN, PORT Majors Only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 210A SPAN LIT/PORT GRADS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem MWF CHEM 1171 GRAD Students only. Open to PORT Majors Only. 210C SPAN LIT/PORT GRADS Bermudez S 4.0 Let Sem TR TD 1701 GRAD Students only. Open to PORT Majors Only. 211A SPAN/AM LIT--PORT Poot-Herrera 4.0 Let Sem TR PHELP 3515 GRAD Students only. Open to PORT Majors Only. 211C SPAN/AM LIT--PORT Lomeli F A 4.0 Let Sem MWF PHELP 3515 GRAD Students only. Open to PORT Majors Only. 212 RSRCH MTHD LIT/LING Sharrer H L 4.0 Let Sem M PHELP 4312 GRAD Students only. 240A STD ON CERVANTES Checa J 4.0 Opt Sem MW PSYCH A RSCH SEM SPAN LIT Checa J 4.0 IP Sem W PHELP 4312 Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. 590 METHODOLOGY STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem R PHELP 4312 GRAD Students only. 591 TA PRACTICUM STAFF 4.0 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 592 TEACH ASSOC PRACTIC STAFF 4.0 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 594A SPECIAL TOPICS McCracken E 1-4 Let Sem T PHELP 4312 GRAD Students only. 594L SPECIAL TOPICS Levine S 1-4 Opt Sem R PHELP 6320 GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RSCH STAFF 2-4 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 597 IND STD MA-PHD EXAM STAFF 2-8 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA THESIS RSCH PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 599 PH D DISS PREP STAFF 2-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Spanish. Avalle-Arce J Checa J...02 Jefferson M E...12 McCracken E Raposo E...24 Bermudez S Chun D M...44 Levine S...07 Miglio V G Sharrer H L...16 Cabranes-Gran Cortijo A...11 Lomeli F A...31 Perissinotto Castillo J L Fuentes V F...05 Lupi J P...06 Poot-Herrera Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

117 Speech & Hearing Sciences Statistics & Applied Probability Speech & Hearing Sciences SHS 50 INTRO COMMUN DIS Ingham J 4.0 Opt Lec W HARDR 1035 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Ingham J T HARDR PHONEMICS Ingham J 4.0 Let Lec W HARDR 1035 A Lab/Dis is Required. Ingham J T HARDR AURAL ANAT PATH Danhauer J L 4.0 Let Lec W PM HARDR PRIN BEHAVIOR MOD Ingham R J 4.0 Let Lec T HARDR UNDERGRAD THESIS STAFF 4.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 194 GRP STUDIES ADV STU STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Self-Taught & Self-Paced. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 197 INSTRUCTIONAL LAB STAFF 1-4 PNP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Speech & Hearing Sciences. Danhauer J L Ingham J...02 Ingham R J...36 Jackson R A Statistics & Applied Probability PSTAT 5A STATISTICS Holmes D E 5.0 Opt Lec MWF IV THEA1 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W HSSB 4202 F PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1233 W PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis T HSSB 1231 R PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 3201 W PM PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis W HSSB 3201 M PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis M HSSB 3201 W PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1530 R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis T HSSB 3201 R PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 1227 T PM PHELP LAB STAFF Dis T HSSB 4202 R PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1530 R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1530 R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis R HSSB 3201 T PHELP 1530 STAFF Dis T PHELP 1530 R HSSB 3201 STAFF Dis M PHELP 1525 W HSSB E STAT ECON BUS APPL Feldman R 5.0 Opt Lec MWF BRDA 1610 GE: QNT, C. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PM HSSB 1206 W PM PHELP LAB STAFF Dis T LSB 1101 R PHELP LAB STAFF Dis F HSSB 1231 W PHELP LAB STAFF Dis T PM HSSB 1232 R PM PHELP LAB STAFF Dis F NH 1105 W PHELP LAB STAFF Dis F NH 1105 W PHELP LAB STAFF Dis M HSSB 1206 W PHELP LAB STAFF Dis M HSSB 1206 W PHELP LAB STAFF Dis T GIRV 2128 R PHELP LAB 120A PROB & STATISTICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR LSB 1001 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

118 116 Statistics & Applied Probability Theater STAFF Dis R HSSB 1223 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1227 STAFF Dis R HSSB 1206 STAFF Dis M SH 1609 STAFF Dis M HSSB B PROB & STATISTICS STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS 1426 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R PM HSSB 1210 STAFF Dis R HSSB SAS BASE PROGRAM Holmes D E 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1203 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis W HSSB MATH COMPOUND INT STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF PHELP 1508 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis M HSSB TIME SERIES Feldman R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1247 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M PHELP INTERNSHIP IN STATS Holmes D E 1-4 Opt Fld T SH 5515 Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 207A STATISTICAL THEORY Hinkley D 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 4201 A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Dis T HSSB MEASURE THEORY PROB Englander J 4.0 Opt Lec MWF GIRV A PROB THEORY/STOC PR STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MWF HSSB 1206 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF W GIRV MULTIVARATE ANALYS Jammalamadaka 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2110 Letter grade required for majors. 220A ADV STAT METHODS Hinkley D 4.0 Opt Lec TR PHELP 3519 A Lab/Dis is Required. Letter grade required for majors. STAFF Dis W PM HSSB A FINANCIAL MODELING STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1108 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis R GIRV CF SEMINARS IN P/STAT STAFF 1-6 Opt Lec TR GIRV 2110 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 263 RES SEM PROB & STAT Hinkley D 1.0 SU Sem W SH 5607F GRAD Students only. 274 TIME SERIES Feldman R 4.0 Opt Lec MWF ARTS 1247 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF M PHELP TCH ASST PRACTICUM STAFF 1-4 SU Sem R SH 5512 Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 501 TCH ASST TRAINING STAFF 1-2 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 510 READING AREA EXAM STAFF 2-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 596 DIR READ & RSCH STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 598 MA RSCH & PREP STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 DISS RSCH & PREP STAFF 1-6 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Statistics & Applied Probability. Bonnet G Feldman R...15 Hinkley D...02 Jammalamadaka Carter A V Figueroa-Lope...10 Holmes D E...04 Meiring W Englander J Fouque J-P...09 Hsu S J...08 Wang Y-D Theater THTR 1 INTRO DRAMATIC ART King W D 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 1701 A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis T HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis W GIRV 2128 STAFF Dis R HSSB INTRO TO ACTING STAFF 3.0 Let Lec TR SNDCR 1101 GE: F. Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR SNDCR 1115 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR SNDCR 1115 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1143 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1143 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW SNDCR 1101 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1143 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1143 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW SNDCR 1115 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

119 Theater 117 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1143 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW SNDCR 1115 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR SNDCR 1101 Lower Division only. Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. 10A MOVEMENT FOR STAGE STAFF 2.0 Let Lab MW HSSB 1143 Dept. approval required prior to registration. STAFF Lab MW HSSB 1143 Dept. approval required prior to registration. 11A VOICE LABORATORY Morgan M 2.0 Let Lec MW TD 1507 Dept. approval required prior to registration. Morgan M Lec MW TD 1507 Dept. approval required prior to registration. 15A FUNDAMENTALS ACTING STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR TD 1703 Dept. approval required prior to registration. STAFF Lec TR TD 1703 Dept. approval required prior to registration. 19 DESIGN DANCE/THEATR STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec TR ARTS STAGE MAKEUP STAFF 2.0 Let Lab R SNDCR 2313 Pass 1 restricted to DA, THETR Majors Only. 27A GRAPHICS & DRAWING Sanders D T 2.0 Opt Lec T TD A SCENIC PRACTICUM Scott V 1.0 Let Lab TR SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Scott V Lab WF SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Scott V Lab WF SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Scott V Lab TR SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. 29B LIGHTING PRACTICUM Scott V 1.0 Let Lab TR SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Scott V Lab WF SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Scott V Lab WF SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Scott V Lab TR SNDCR 1119 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. 29C COSTUME PRACTICUM Holly D 1.0 Let Lab MW SNDCR 1313 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Holly D Lab TR SNDCR 1313 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Holly D Lab MW SNDCR 1313 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. Holly D Lab TR SNDCR 1313 Open to DA, THETR, DANCE Majors Only. 29D RUN CREW PRACTICUM STAFF 1.0 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 31A COSTUME CONSTRUCT STAFF 2-4 Opt Lec WF SNDCR I.V. LIVE STAFF 2.0 Opt Fld M HSSB 4201 Lower Division only. F PM EMBAR HALL 49 THEATRE WORKSHOP STAFF 1-6 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Lower Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 104A INTRO PLAYWRITING Morton C 4.0 Opt Lec TR HSSB 1105 Not open to Freshmen. Not open to freshmen. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 110A ADV MOVEMENT STAGE STAFF 2.0 Let Lab TR TD 1507 Open to THETR Majors Only. 111A ADV VOICE LAB Morgan M 2.0 Let Lec MW TD 1507 Open to THETR Majors Only. 112 SENIOR VOICE LAB Morgan M 2.0 Let Sem MW TD 1507 Open to THETR Majors Only. 123 ADV STG LIGHT DES Scott V 2-4 Let Lec TR TD 1530 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 124 DESIGN PORTFOLIO Sanders D T 2-4 Let Sem MW TD 1530 Upper Division only. 129 PAINTING FOR STAGE Sanders D T 2.0 Opt Lec M SNDCR 1119 Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 133B HISTORY COSTUME II STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR TD I.V. LIVE STAFF 2.0 Opt Fld M HSSB 4201 Upper Division only. F PM EMBAR HALL 149 THEATRE WORKSHOP STAFF 1-6 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 151A ADVANCED ACTING Appel I J 4.0 Let Lec M TD 1703 Open to THETR Majors Only. W TD F SENIOR AUDITIONS Appel I J 3.0 Let Lab TR SNDCR 1101 Open to THETR Majors Only. 152 INTRO STAGE DIRECT STAFF 4.0 Opt Lec MW SNDCR 1101 Upper Division only. 180B AM DRAMA 1940 TO PR King W D 4.0 Opt Lec MW TD S SPANISH DRAMA Cabranes-Gran 4.0 Opt Lec TR TD 2600 Upper Division only. 182MR TRANSNATIONAL THTR Enders J 4.0 Opt Lec TR PM ARTS 1426 Upper Division only. 183EA ASIAN THTR & PERF Kim S-Y 4.0 Opt Lec TR Upper Division only. 190 PRODUCTION ADMIN STAFF 3.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 193H SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 4.0 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Seniors only. Honors students only. 193HA SR HONORS PROJECT STAFF 2-4 IP Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Sequence course - grade not assigned until final quarter. Seniors only. Honors students only. 195 STAGE MANAGEMENT McDaniel S K 2.0 Opt Lec R HSSB P STG MANAGEMENT PRAC McDaniel S K 2-4 Opt Lab T B A DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

120 118 Theater Women s Studies 196 DANCE PRODUCTION Holly D 1-4 Opt Sem R PM HSSB 1105 Scott V Sanders D T Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199 INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-5 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. 261 DIRECTING FOR GRADS STAFF 4.0 Let Sem T B A GRAD Students only. 262 PRACTICE IN DESIGN STAFF 2-4 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 263 PRAC IN DRAMATURGY STAFF 2.0 Let Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 264 PRACTICE DIRECTING STAFF 4.0 Let Std T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 265A PRAC PLAYWRIGHTING STAFF 1-4 Let Std T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 265B PRACTICE ADAPTATION STAFF 4.0 Let Std T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 266 PRAC THEAT DANCE STAFF 1-4 Let Std T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 271A ASIAN THEATRE DRAMA Kim S-Y 4.0 Let Sem R PM TD 2517 GRAD Students only. 500 TEACH METHODS PRACT STAFF 4.0 SU Lab T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596 DIR READ & RESEARCH STAFF 2-8 Let Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 598 M.A. THESIS PROJECT STAFF 1-8 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. 599 DIS RESEARCH & PREP STAFF 1-12 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Theater. Aling A B Dong-Shin C...27 Jagim J M...12 Moseley D Shimin T...08 Anderson E K Donlon J A...02 Kim S-Y...18 Nugent S M Whitaker T O...04 Appel I J Enders J...25 King W D...06 Olauson J L Williams S...51 Brainin R Fischer C A...26 McDaniel S K...05 Parker-Lang S Cabranes-Gran Garcia-Romero...07 Merckx K R...19 Pearson J Colahan N Holly D...09 Mixsell M D...14 Potter R A Cole C M Huston V G...29 Morgan M...52 Sanders D T Delgado L M Iizuka N H...20 Morton C...03 Scott V Women s Studies WM ST 40 WOM, REP, CUL PROD Bobo J 4.0 Opt Lec TR EMBAR HALL GE: WRT, G. T PM EMBAR HALL A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis M HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis W GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis W PM HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis M GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1228 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis R PM GIRV 1108 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis F HSSB 1228 STAFF Dis W PM GIRV H WOMN, REP HONORS Bobo J 5.0 Let Lec TR EMBAR HALL T PM EMBAR HALL GE: G, WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Bobo J Dis T SH INTRO TO LGBTQ STUD Hernandez E D 4.0 Opt Lec TR BUCHN 1940 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. STAFF Dis F HSSB 1232 STAFF Dis F HSSB 2201 STAFF Dis W HSSB 3202 STAFF Dis R HSSB H INTRO LGBTQ HONORS Hernandez E D 5.0 Let Lec TR BUCHN 1940 GE: WRT. A Lab/Dis is Required. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Hernandez E D Dis R SH INDEPENDENT STUDIES STAFF 1-4 Let Tut TR HSSB 4201 Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 143 WM FILM NARRATIVES Bobo J 4.0 Opt Lec TR LSB 1101 Letter grade required for majors. 153 WOMEN AND WORK Pinedo-Turnov 4.0 Let Lec T PM PHELP 3515 GE: D, ETH, WRT. Upper Division only. 159LG LESB/GAY COMMUNITY Allee M M 4.0 Let Lec TR HFH 1104 Upper Division only. 160 SAPPHISTRIES Rupp L J 4.0 Opt Lec TR GIRV 1115 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

121 Women s Studies Writing Program CRITICAL LGBTQ Hernandez E D 4.0 Opt Sem TR GIRV 2120 GE: WRT. 180 FEM CRIT OF INQUIRY Tomlinson B M 4.0 Opt Lec MW PHELP 1420 Letter grade required for majors. Upper Division only. Open to WOMST Majors Only. 182 FEM RESEARCH & PRAC STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem MW PHELP 1260 Upper Division only. Open to WOMST Majors Only. 186BH GENDER & SOCIETY STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem MW TD 2600 Letter grade required for majors. Upper Division only. 190 COMMUNITY INTERNSHP STAFF 2-4 Opt Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to WOMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 195HA HONORS PROJECT Tomlinson B M 2-4 Let Tut W SH 4631 Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Open to WOMST Majors Only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 198 READING WOMEN S STU STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 199 IND STU WOMEN S STU STAFF 1-4 Opt Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Dept. approval required prior to registration. 501 APPRENTICE TEACHING STAFF 4.0 SU Lec T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. 596SS DIRECTED READINGS STAFF 2-8 SU Tut T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. GRAD Students only. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Women s Studies. Adan E Chang G...06 Hernandez E D...05 Murillo B A Soto L...19 Bhavnani K Currans E G...20 King S...18 Oaks L M Tomlinson B M...14 Bobo J Forbis M M...16 Michel C...08 Rohrer J L Williams J A...09 Boris E C Gilligan H T...15 Miller-Young...11 Rupp L J Writing Program Writing WRIT 1 APP TO UNIV WRIT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW HSSB 1224 GE: SUB. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2116 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1211 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1233 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2108 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 2251 STAFF Lec TR PM HSSB 1224 STAFF Lec TR PHELP 3523 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1237 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2129 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2112 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1236 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2108 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1236 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1236 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1224 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1233 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1210 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2127 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1233 STAFF Lec MW BSIF 1217 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1214 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2116 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2116 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1207 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1207 STAFF Lec MW PM ARTS 1247 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2119 STAFF Lec MW PM ARTS 1251 STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV E UNIV WRIT FOR ENGR STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB 1214 GE: SUB. Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1237 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1236 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1236 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1223 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1225 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

122 120 Writing Program STAFF Lec TR PM HSSB 1228 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1207 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. 1LK APP UNIV WRIT LINK STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW PM HSSB 1210 GE: SUB. STAFF Lec TR SH ACADEMIC WRITING STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW HSSB 1207 GE: A1. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1224 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2108 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1207 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2116 STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 2119 STAFF Lec MW PHELP 3523 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2129 STAFF Lec TR PM GIRV 2124 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1223 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2112 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2112 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2108 STAFF Lec TR PM GIRV 2112 STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 2120 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1236 STAFF Lec MW BUCHN 1934 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1233 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2112 STAFF Lec TR PM HSSB 1211 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2124 STAFF Lec MW BSIF 1217 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2129 STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 2129 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1223 STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2112 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1233 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1236 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2119 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1237 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1223 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1236 STAFF Lec MW PM HSSB 1211 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1214 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2120 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2120 STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2120 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1214 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1214 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1214 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 2251 STAFF Lec TR PM ARTS 1247 STAFF Lec MW PM HSSB 1228 STAFF Lec TR GIRV E ACAD WRIT FOR ENGR STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR PM GIRV 2119 GE: A1. Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2112 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1223 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1214 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR PM HSSB 1236 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR PHELP 1420 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR BUCHN 1934 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1210 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1227 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW ARTS 1251 Freshmen only. Open to EE, ECE, CHEME, ME, CMPEN, PRCME Majors Only. 2LK ACAD WRITING LINK STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2108 GE: A1. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1223 Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

123 Writing Program 121 STAFF Lec MW HSSB 2251 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 2251 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 2251 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1207 STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1207 STAFF Lec MW PHELP 3505 STAFF Lec MW BUCHN 1934 STAFF Lec MW PM HSSB WRIT & RSRCH PRCESS STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 2120 GE: A2. Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW ARTS 1251 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR PHELP 3519 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1207 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR PM HSSB 1237 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2116 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1236 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW PM HSSB 1224 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR PHELP 1420 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 2251 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1233 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2129 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2124 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2123 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2124 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2124 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 2124 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1237 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1224 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR PHELP 3523 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR PM ARTS 1251 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2119 Not open to Freshmen. STAFF Lec TR PM GIRV 2120 Not open to Freshmen. 105MW WRIT MAGAZINE STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 1119 GE: WRT. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR BSIF 1217 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW Upper Division only. 105RW RHETORIC AND WRIT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB 1227 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR PM GIRV 1115 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW BUCHN 1934 Upper Division only. 109AC FOR ACCOUNTING STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR PM HSSB 1206 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 2127 Upper Division only. 109EC ECON AND BUS WRIT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW ARTS 1247 GE: A2. Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR ARTS 1251 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR ARTS 1251 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1206 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 1116 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1232 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR NH 1109 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW ARTS 1251 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR PHELP 1508 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1232 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW PHELP 3519 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW ARTS 1426 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2129 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2123 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 1112 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. STAFF Lec MW NH 1109 Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. DIS - Discussion IP - In-progress grading M - Monday R - Thursday SU - Satisfactory/ TUT - Tutorial F - Friday LAB - Laboratory OPT - Optional grading S - Saturday Unsatisfactory grading TVI - Televised lecture FLD - Field LEC - Lecture PNP - Passed/not SEM - Seminar T - Tuesday U - Sunday LET - Letter grade only passed grading STD - Studio TBA - To be arranged W - Wednesday

124 122 Writing Program STAFF Lec MW Upper Division only. Pass 1 restricted to ECON, BUSEC, ECMTH Majors Only. 109ED WRIT TEACHING PROF STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW PM GIRV 1119 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2120 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1206 Upper Division only. 109F WRIT ABOUT FILM STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 1116 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 1115 Upper Division only. 109HP WRIT HEALTH PRFSSN STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 2129 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1232 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1211 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1116 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1116 Upper Division only. 109HU WRIT FOR HUMANITIES STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR GIRV 1112 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2128 Upper Division only. 109JW JOURNAL WRIT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW HSSB 1206 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR PM GIRV 2127 Upper Division only. 109L LEGAL WRITING STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB 1232 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW TD 2600 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1116 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2124 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 1112 Upper Division only. 109SS WRIT SOC SCIENCE STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR ARTS 1247 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1233 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW PM GIRV 1115 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 2128 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1232 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR PM GIRV 1119 Upper Division only. 109ST WRIT SCIENCE/TECH STAFF 4.0 Let Lec MW GIRV 1116 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW GIRV 1116 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1232 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1233 Upper Division only. 109V WRIT FOR VIS ARTS STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB 1206 GE: A2. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR GIRV 2129 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW HSSB 1210 Upper Division only. 110MK PRO COMM MARKETING STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR HSSB 1233 GE: WRT. Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1227 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW ARTS 1426 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec MW ARTS 1426 Upper Division only. 125 SPEC TOPICS WRIT STAFF 4.0 Let Lec T B A Upper Division only. 156 GRAMMAR STYLISTICS STAFF 4.0 Let Lec TR PM GIRV 2123 Upper Division only. STAFF Lec TR HSSB 1206 Upper Division only. 199 IND STUDIES WRIT STAFF 1-5 Let Dis T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. STAFF Dis T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 199RA IND RSRCH ASST WRIT STAFF 1-5 Let Dis T B A Upper Division only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 272 WRIT COLLOQUIM McLeod S H 1-4 SU Col R PHELP 2532 GRAD Students only. 297 GRADUATE STUDIES STAFF 4.0 Opt Sem TR PM HSSB 1215 GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. 500 DIRECTED TEACHING STAFF 4.0 SU Fld T B A Indiv. Instruction, Use Instructor Code to Enroll. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 501B PRAC IN ACAD WRIT STAFF 2.0 SU Sem W HSSB 1231 GRAD Students only. Department Approval Required to finalize registration. 596 DIR READ & RES STAFF 1-4 Opt Sem T B A GRAD Students only. Instructor approval required prior to registration. Please use these codes when enrolling for courses with Individualized Instruction in Writing. Bernstein M M Donelan J H...05 Johnson J K...17 Petracca M F Bradley N D Hanson J L...07 Kryder E A...64 Sorapure M I Browning R Hobbs V A...43 Lunsford K J...08 Tingle W N Coklin L Holms A E...13 Miele I...15 Vallis D L Both courses must be taken to satisfy requirement. AMH - American History and Institutions EUR - European Traditions WRT - Writing Satisfies College of Letters and Science requirements only. B - Foreign Language NWC - World Cultures Satisfies 1 2 of American History and Institutions requirement. Satisfies College of Engineering requirements only. ETH - Ethnicity QNT - Quantitative Relationships

125 Notes 123

126 124 Notes

127 Subject Codes Codes Subjects ANTH Anthropology ARTHI History of Art and Architecture ARTST Art Studio AS AM Asian American Studies ASTRO Astronomy BL ST Black Studies BMSE Biomolecular Science & Engineering CH E Chemical Engineering CHEM Chemistry CH ST Chicana and Chicano Studies CHIN Chinese CLASS Classics C LIT Comparative Literature CMPSC Computer Science CNCSP Counseling, Clinical, School Psychology COMM Communication DANCE Dance EACS East Asian Cultural Studies ECE Electrical and Computer Engineering ECON Economics ED Education EEMB Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology ENGL English ENGR Engineering ENV S Environmental Studies ESM Environmental Science and Management ES 1- Exercise Sport ESS Exercise & Sport Studies FLMST Film and Media Studies FR French GCMPS Graduate Computer Science GEOG Geography GEOL Geological Sciences GENED General Education GER German GLOBL Global and International Studies GPS Global Peace and Security GREEK Greek Codes HEB HIST INT ITAL JAPAN KOR LATIN LAIS LAWSO LING MARSC MATRL MAT MATH MCDB ME ME ST MES MS MUS MUS A NAT S PHIL PHYS POL S PORT PSTAT PSY RENST RG ST SEMIT SLAV SOC SPAN SHS THTR WM ST WRIT 125 Subjects Hebrew History Interdisciplinary Italian Japanese Korean Latin Latin American and Iberian Studies Law and Society Linguistics Marine Science Materials Media Arts & Technology Mathematics Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology Mechanical and Environmental Engineering Medieval Studies Middle East Studies Military Science Music Music Performance Laboratories Natural Science Philosophy Physics Political Science Portuguese Statistics and Applied Probability Psychology Renaissance Studies Religious Studies Semitic Slavic Sociology Spanish Speech and Hearing Sciences Theater Women s Studies Writing Program

128 126 Location Codes Codes Locations 387 Modular Classrooms 615 Materials Research Laboratory (MRL) 932 Trailer 932 (behind Davidson Library) 936 Physics Trailer Physics Trailer Physics Trailer Trailer 940 (behind Davidson Library) AHC Alan Hancock College ANCAP HALL Anacapa Residence Hall ARCH RANGE Archery Range ARTS Arts Building BSBL FIELD Baseball Field BIOL2 Biological Sciences II BRDA Broida Hall (Physics) BREN Bren Hall BSIF Biological Sciences Instructional Facility BUCHN Buchanan Hall CAMPB HALL Campbell Hall CHEM Chemistry Building ELLSN Ellison Hall EMBAR HALL Embarcadero Hall ENGR 1 See Harold Frank Hall (HFH) ENGR2 Engineering Building II ENGR3 Engineering Building III ESB Engineering Sciences Building EVENT CENTR Event Center GIRV Girvetz Hall GOLF CRSE Golf Course HFH Harold Frank Hall (previously Engineering I) HSSB Humanities and Social Sciences Building IV Centr IV/UCSB Community Services Center IV THEA Isla Vista Theatres KERR Kerr Hall KOHN Kohn Hall LIB Library LSB Life Science Building MLAB Marine Biology Laboratory MUSIC Music Building MUSIC LLCH Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall NOBLE Noble Hall NH North Hall OFF CAMP Off Campus OLD GYM Old Gym PHELP Phelps Hall PSB-N Physical Sciences Building North PSB-S Physical Sciences Building South PT MUGU Point Mugu Naval Air Station PSYCH Psychology Building RECEN Recreation Center RECEN CTS Recreation Center Tennis Courts Codes Locations RECEN MAIN Recreation Center Main Gym RECEN PAVLN Recreation Center Pavilion RECEN WT RM Recreation Center Weight Room RGYM Robertson Gym RGYM CTS Robertson Gym Tennis Courts RGYM FIELD Robertson Gym Field RQET CTS Recreation Center Racquet Courts SAASB Student Affairs and Administrative Services Building SAND CTS Sand Volleyball Courts SAN MIGEL San Miguel Residence Hall SAN NIC San Nicholas Residence Hall SAN RAFEL San Rafael Residence Hall SANTA CRUZ Santa Cruz Residence Hall SANTA ROSA Santa Rosa Residence Hall SB HARBR Santa Barbara Harbor SFTBL FIELD Softball Field SH South Hall STADM CTS Stadium Tennis Courts STADM FIELD Stadium Field STORK FIELD Storke Field STU HLTH Student Health Center SWIM POOL Swimming Pool TD Theater/Dance TRACK FIELD Track Field UCCS UC Sacramento Center VNTRA CENTR UCSB Ventura Center WEBB Webb Hall (Geological Sciences) WMNS CENTR Women s Center Teacher Education Program Locations Codes Locations ALISO Aliso School BRAND Brandon School ELCAM El Camino School FRANK Franklin School HOLLI Hollister School IVIST Isla Vista School LAPAT La Patera School MAIN Main School OPENA Open Alternative School PEABO Peabody School ROOSE Roosevelt School

129 Index Absence 18 Academic department directory 32 ACCESS cards 15 Address verification 11 Advising 17 for veterans 19 Anthropology Arabic. See Religious Studies Art Art History See History of Art & Architecture Arts and Lectures 23 Asian American Studies Assembly Bill Astronomy 102 Attendance 11 Auditions 15 Bicycle registration and impound 15 Biochemistry Biological Sciences 37. See also Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology; See also Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology Biomolecular Science and Engineering 37 Black Studies Bookstore 25 Buildings abbreviations for 124 location of. See Map Calendars. See Deadlines Campus security 25 Campus services 23 Campus standards 27 Catalog, How to order 1 Chemical Engineering Chemistry and Biochemistry Chicana and Chicano Studies Children s Center 23 Chinese 53 Classics 44 Greek 45 Latin 45 Commencement 22 Communication Comparative Literature Computer Science Computing open access 23 Concurrent enrollment 10 Convocation 17 Counseling for veterans 19 Counseling, Clinical & School Psychology Creative Studies 50 Credit by examination 20 Credits 1 Crime statistics 25 Dance Deadlines current quarter (fall 2007) 2 spring 2008 (tentative) 4 summer 2008 (tentative) 4 winter 2008 (tentative) 4 Declaration of candidacy 22 Deficit programs 14 Deficit study load 10 Department directory 32 Department meetings 17 Diplomas 22 Disabled students assistance 9 Discovery Days 17 Donald Bren School of Environmental Science & Management. See Environmental Science & Management Dramatic Art. See Theater Earth Science East Asian Languages & Cultural Studies Chinese 53 East Asian Cultural Studies 54 Japanese 54 Korean 54 Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology Economics Education EEMB. See Ecology, Evolution & Marine Biology Electrical Computer Engineering Employee Assistance Program 14 Engineering Sciences 64 English Enrollment in an academic quarter limits 11 procedure 9 Environmental Science & Management Environmental Studies Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination Notice 1 Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act 26 Examinations credit by 20 final 20 placement 15 Excess study load 10 Exercise & Sport Studies Extension courses 10 Fees 12 bicycle registration and impound fees 15 course 13 filing fee 14 grad doctoral student nonresident fee 14 health insurance 14 new students 14 parking 15 payment deadlines 12 payment procedure 12 reductions 14 refunds 14 residency for fee purposes 13 special instructions for financial aid, loan, and 12 University Center 14 Film and Media Studies Final examinations 20, 29 Financial aid 12 French and Italian French Italian 74 Full-time enrollment 11 General education course listings 30 Geography Geological Sciences See Earth Science Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic Studies German 76 Hebrew 76 Slavic 77 Global Peace and Security 78 Global Studies GOLD. See also Inside front cover access 6 information 6 Grades 20 changes 21 incomplete grades 20 withdrawal grade 21 Graduate Student Orientation 17 Graduate students in absentia fee reduction 14 Graduation 22 commencement 22 declaration of candidacy 22 degree evaluations 22 diplomas 22 Greek 45 Grievance procedures 26 Health careers information meeting 17 Health Services. See Student Health Service Hebrew 76 Help 1 Hindu/Urdu. See Religious Studies History History of Art and Architecture Incomplete grades 20 Instructional Computing. See Open Access Computing Intercampus Exchange Program for Graduate Students 19 Intercampus transfer 19 Intercampus Visitor Program 19 Interdisciplinary International Students Orientation Program 17 Intersegmental Cross-Enrollment Program (ICE) 10, 19 Italian 74 Japanese 54 Jeanne Clery Act Information 25 Korean 54 Lapse of status 18 Latin 45 Latin American and Iberian Studies 83 Law and Society Leaves of absence 18 Letters and Science Library hours 22 Linguistics LINKS courses 9 Loans, students with 12 Location codes 124 Lost and found 23 Map. See Inside back cover Marine Science Materials 86 Mathematics MCDB. See Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology Mechanical Engineering Media Arts and Technology 91 Medieval Studies 91 Meetings Information, Orientation, and Advising 17 Middle East Studies 91 Military Science Molecular, Cellular & Develop. Biology Music Music Performance Laboratories National Student Clearinghouse verifications 21 Nondiscrimination notice 1 Off Campus Studies 11 Orfalea Family Children s Center 23 Orientation 17 Parking and Transportation Services parking fees 15 Persian. See Religious Studies Petitions 10 Philosophy Physics Placement examinations 15 Police 25 Political Science Portuguese 113 Pre-Instructional Activities. See Meetings Pre-instructional activities 15 Prerequisites 9 Psychology Punjabi. See Religious Studies

130 128 Readmission 18 Records 20 Refund checks 13 Refund schedule 13 Registration appointments & passes 9 approval codes 9 blocks 9 deadlines 5 instructor number 9 petitions 10 prerequisites 9 priority system 9 process 9 worksheet 8 Reinstatement 18 Release and disclosure of students records 20 Religious Studies Renaissance Studies 111 Repeating a course 9 Residency for fee purposes 13 Resource Center for Sexual & Gender Diversity 25 Russian. See Slavic Make Sure We Can Get In Touch With You Activate your U-Mail Account today at: Santa Maria Center 11 Scheduling instructions 1 Scholarships, students with 12 Sexual harassment 26 Simultaneous Enrollment Program 19 Slavic 77 Sociology Spanish and Portuguese Portuguese 113 Spanish Speech & Hearing Sciences 115 Statistics & Applied Probability Student Computing Services 23 Student grievance procedures 26 Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP) 14 Student Health Service 23 insurance fees 14 Subject codes 123 Taxpayer Relief Act of Teacher Education Program Locations 124 Teaching Assistant Orientation 17 Theater Transcripts official 21 rush services 21 unofficial 21 Transportation Alternatives Program 24 Transportation and Parking Services 24 U-Mail 11, 28 UCSB Bookstore 25 University Children s Center 23 University 11 University police 25 Ventura Center 11 Verification of student status 21 Veterans 19 Voting 26 UCSB Online General Catalog You can view and search the General Catalog on the Web at: Withdrawal from the University 18 Withdrawal from University 18 Withdrawal grade 21 Women s Center 25 Women s Studies Writing Courses dropping 9 restrictions 9 Writing Program

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