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Table of Contents 2 ACADEMIC DEAN AND DEPARTMENT OFFICE LOCATIONS 2 INDEX TO BUILDING ABBREVIATIONS 3 GENERAL INFORMATION 4 FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 CALENDAR 8 FINANCIAL INFOMATION 8 STUDENT EMPLOYMENT 9 COURSE PREFIXES AND NUMBERS 10 Undeclared/Interschool - Undergraduate 11 ATTACHED DEPARTMENTS (Agriculture & Aviation) 14 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES - Undergraduate 29 COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES - Graduate 37 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, ART & DESIGN - Undergraduate 40 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, ART & DESIGN - Graduate 41 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS - Undergraduate 43 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS - Graduate 44 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION - Undergraduate 46 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION - Graduate 50 SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS - Undergraduate 56 SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS - Graduate 60 THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY - Graduate


ACADEMIC DEAN AND DEPARTMENT OFFICE LOCATIONS COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Dean Office, Nethery Hall, Room 135 Behavioral Neuroscience Buller Hall 219 Behavioral Sciences Buller Hall 211 Community & International Development Program Buller Hall 203 International Development Program Buller Hall 226 Biology Price Hall, Room 216 Chemistry & Biochemistry Halenz Hall, Room A-225 Communication Nethery Hall, Room 224 English Nethery Hall, Suite 126 Center for Intensive English Programs Nethery Hall, Suite 203 Engineering & Computer Science Haughey Hall, HYH 312 General & Interdisciplinary Studies Nethery Hall, Suite 100 History & Political Science Buller Hall 135 International Language Studies Nethery Hall, Room 210 Mathematics Haughey Hall, Room 121 Mathematics & Science Haughey Hall, Room 221 Music Hamel Hall, Room 207 Physics Haughey Hall, Room 211 Religion & Biblical Languages Buller Hall 111 Social Work Nethery Hall, Room 08 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE, ART & DESIGN Dean’s Office,Architecture Building, Room 104 Architecture Programs: M. Arch Interior Design Construction Management Room 103 Office located in Campus Center adjacent to Gazebo Visual Art & Design Harrigan Hall, Room 227 SCHOOL OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS: LOCATION TBA Medical Laboratory Sciences Halenz Hall, Room 326 Nursing Marsh Hall, Room 200 Nutrition & Wellness Marsh Hall, Room 301 Physical Therapy Physical Therapy Building Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Bell Hall, Room 157

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION: CHAN SHUN HALL Dean’s Office, Chan Shun 201 Accounting, Economics, & Finance Room 215 Management, Marketing, & Information Systems Suite 218 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION: BELL HALL Dean, Bell Hall, Room 105 Educational Administration & Leadership Graduate Psychology & Education Teaching, Learning, & Curriculum

Room 173 Room 151 Room 014

SDA THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY: SEMINARY HALL Dean’s Office, Room N230 Christian Ministry Church History Discipleship & Religious Education New Testament Theology & Christian Philosophy World Mission

Room S220 Room N327 Suite S220 Room N125 Room N311 Room S203

ASSISTANT TO THE PROVOST’S OFFICE, HARRIGAN HALL, OFFICE 202 Aeronautics Seamount Building, Room 203 Agriculture Smith Hall, Room 109 UNDERGRADUATE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM Office located in Campus Center adjacent to Gazebo SCHOOL OF DISTANCE EDUCATION Dean’s Office, Room 116 SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES & RESEARCH Dean’s Office, Administration Building, Third Floor, Office 310 J.N. ANDREWS HONORS PROGRAM All undergraduate programs

Honors Director, Suite 100

INDEX TO BUILDING ABBREVIATIONS ADC—Art & Design Center ANNEX—Agriculture Building ARC—Architecture BGYM—Beaty Gymnasium BH—Bell Hall BULLER – Buller Hall BURMAN – Burman Hall CC – Campus Center CSH—Chan Shun Hall DSER—Dining Services

HAMEL—Hamel Hall HAR—Harrigan HH—Halenz Hall HOWARD—Howard Performing Arts Center HYH—Haughey Hall JGYM—Johnson Gymnasium LAMSON—Lamson Hall MEIER—Meier Hall MH—Marsh Hall NH—Nethery Hall

NSTUDO—Architecture North Studio PH—Price Hall PMC—Pioneer Memorial Church POOL—Swimming Pool PT—Physical Therapy Building RSB—Robert Seamount Building SEM—Seminary Hall SH—Smith Hall SSTUDO—Architecture South Studio

For complete academic information, students should reference an Andrews University Bulletin. Andrews University is committed to equal educational opportunities for men and women and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, weight, height, marital status, or disability among its students or among applicants. Applicants who meet the academic standards and character requirements of the University and who express willingness to cooperate with University policies and to adjust congenially to its religious, social, and cultural atmosphere may be accepted.

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GENERAL INFORMATION Every effort has been made to assure the accuracy of information in this schedule. Students are advised, however, that these provisions do not constitute a contract between a student and Andrews University and that attendance at Andrews University is a privilege and not a right. The University faculty and administration reserve the right to institute and give public notice of such changes as they deem necessary during the period for which this schedule is in effect. 1. 2. 3.

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Every student is required to file an application for admission and have a letter of acceptance from the Admissions Office. Registration begins by obtaining Financial Clearance. Please refer to the Financial Information section of the University Bulletin or by visiting Student Financial Services online. Important Registration Dates for Fall 2012 - Spring 2013 • Registration for fall semester 2012 begins Monday, March 26, 2012. • Online course registration for spring semester 2013 begins Monday, March 26, 2012. Course registration at the Administration Building begins Monday, November 5, 2012. • September 5, 2012 for University-Level Students: Last Business Day to complete the following by 5 p.m.—Enter Fall Semester 2012 classes; drop a class with FULL tuition refund; make a change in registration by Drop/Add Form without a fee or entry on permanent academic record; change audit to credit. For Spring semester, January 7, 2013, for University-Level Schools: Last day to register for the first time without a fee. – A charge of $30.00 is made for each Drop/Add Form approved after these dates. Important Academic Dates: The complete published Academic Calendar is available online. • Fall Semester 2012, August 27–December 13, 2012 • Spring Semester 2013, January 7–May 2, 2013 LATE FEES: Students registering for the first time after the open course registration dates are charged a late registration fee of $75.00. Late Registration Fees are assigned on the second class day of the term for summer sessions. The University reserves the right to cancel courses due to low class enrollment and to alter class schedules. Careful course selection results in few if any registration changes. Advisors are available for counsel; nevertheless, students are responsible for knowing the requirements stated in the Bulletin. As previously stated, changes in registration after the deadline incur a charge of $30.00. Students should consult their Academic Bulletin for curriculum requirements. When a student’s period of residence has been broken, his or her requirements for graduation may be subject to change.

ADVISORS Students are assigned academic advisors through the Student Success Center based on their chosen major. Advisors function as academic guidance counselors to help students schedule their courses, be aware of academic rules and regulations, and make decisions regarding their future. Although advisors assist students, the responsibility for meeting degree requirements and knowing the rules which govern academic policies always rests with the individual student. Please visit the Office of Student Success in Nethery Hall Suite 100 for questions about tutoring and academic advising. ATTENDANCE REGULATIONS 1. Regular attendance at all classes, laboratories, and other academic appointments is required of all students. Whenever the number of absences exceeds 20 percent (10 percent for graduate classes) of the total course appointments, the teacher may give a failing grade. 2. Merely being absent from campus does not exempt students from this policy. 3. Absences recorded because of late registration, suspension, and early/late vacation leaves are not excused. 4. Class work missed may be made up only if the teacher allows. 5. Three tardies are equal to one absence. 6. The instructor applies the above regulations and determines the final grade. FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 Registration for fall semester 2012 begins Monday, March 26, 2012. (online and counter) Online course registration for spring semester 2013 begins Monday, March 26, 2012 Fall Semester 2012, August 27–December 13, 2012 Spring Semester 2013, January 7–May 2, 2013 Late registration fee of $75 goes into effect on the second day of class in a term. Add/Drop: Last day to drop or add a class is the third day of class in a term. Volume 101 Number 2 Andrews University Bulletins are published by Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan 49104.

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FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 CALENDAR

Fall Semester 2012, August 27–December 13, 2012 Registration for fall semester 2012 begins Monday, March 26, 2012. Late registration fee in effect Tuesday, August 28, 2012. Last day of registration for fall semester 2012 is Wednesday, September 5, 2012. JULY 15 Sun

All university level students: Financial Plan portion of Registration Central opens. Make payment plans by August 15. Complete insurance information. Admissions application deadline for fall semester

AUGUST 5–8 Sun–Wed Andrews Academy Faculty: NAD Teacher’s Convention 5–10 Sun–Fri Seminary: Natural Remedies and Hydrotherapy Workshop 6–24 School of Education: First Days of School Experience (register for credit summer 2012 or in the semester of student teaching) 10 Fri University Advisors: Advisors Breakfast/Orientation, 9 a.m.–12 p.m.; 13–16 Mon–Thu Seminary: Greek Review Session, 5–8 p.m 13–17 Mon–Fri Seminary: Hebrew Review Session, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. 13–17 RMES/AA: Faculty Pre-School Week 14–15 Tue–Wed New University Faculty: Orientation Seminar, 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. 15 Wed University-Level Students: • First payment due for financial clearance • Full payment due for 1% and 3% rebate plans • ID cards activated for Dining Services and Bookstore in Registration Central when financial plan box is checked • Financial clearance needed to register and move into residence halls • Submit waiver to Student Insurance Undergraduate Students: Cancellation of classes for undergraduate students with unconfirmed course registrations College of Arts & Sciences: Department meetings and retreats 16 Thu University Faculty: Official start of Academic Year 2012–2013 University Faculty: Faculty Institute, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. 17 Fri University Faculty: Faculty Institute, 8 .m.–12 p.m. 17–18 Fri–Sat Faculty & Staff: Fall Fellowship 19 Sun New Students: First Stop—residence hall move-in, 9 a.m.–5 p.m. Financial clearance required to move into residence halls. New Graduate Students: Orientation & Andrews Study Bible distribution, 3 p.m 20 Mon RMES/Andrews Academy: School begins 20–21 Mon–Tue New International Students: Orientation—new freshman students on Monday only, 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m. 20–22 Mon–Wed New Undergraduate Students: Registration and Orientation 22 Wed New International Students: English Placement Test, 8:30–11 a.m. Seminary: Greek Placement Test, 1 p.m. University Faculty: Individual School Meetings, 1–4 p.m. 22–25 Wed–Sat Seminary: New Student Orientation for Fall Semester 2012, 3 p.m. 23 Thu Seminary: Hebrew Placement Test, 8:30 a.m. 23–26 Thu–Sun New Undergraduate Students: All Fired Up! Orientation Conference 24 Fri University Faculty: Departmental Meetings Seminary: Biblical Literacy Entrance Exam, 8:30 a.m. 26 Sun University-Level Schools: Registration of New Students, 12–5 p.m. New Graduate Students: Orientation and Andrews Study Bible distribution 27 Mon University-Level Schools: Classes Begin: Last day to register for the first time without a fee. Intensive English: Classes Begin 28 Tue University-Level Schools: Late Registration Fee in effect for first time registrations for Fall Semester 2012 classes; notification of cancellation of low-enrollment classes 29 Wed Graduate Students: Cancellation of classes for graduate students with unconfirmed course reservations 30 Thu University-Level Schools: University Convocation, 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m. (10:30 a.m. classes cancelled) 31 Fri Seminary: Church Policy Review Session SEPTEMBER 3 Mon 4 Tue 5 Wed 6 Thu 7 Fri 8 Sat 12 Wed 14 Fri 17–22 Mon–Sat 19 Wed 24 Mon 27–30 Thu–Sun 28 Fri

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All Campus Schools: Labor Day—Holiday University-Level Schools: Cancellation of classes with below minimum enrollment University-Level Students: Last Business Day to complete the following by 5 p.m.—Enter Fall Semester 2012 classes; drop a class with FULL tuition refund; make a change in registration by Drop/Add Form without a fee or entry on permanent academic record; change audit to credit. University-Level Students: Fee in effect for changes in registration (classes added or dropped) Seminary: Church Policy Review Session Seminary: Adventist Heritage Sabbath University-Level Students: Last day to drop a class with 70% refund Seminary: Church Policy Exam School of Architecture: 3½-Year MArch and advanced standing application deadline for spring (January 2013) admission University-Level Students: University Fall Week of Spiritual Emphasis University-Level Students: Last day to drop a class with 40% refund University-Level Students: Fall Semester first installment payment due Alumni Homecoming Weekend Undergraduate Students: Last day to apply for December Degree Conferral and May Graduation Graduate Students: Last day to apply for December Degree Conferral

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FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 CALENDAR

OCTOBER 8 Mon 8, 9 Mon, Tue 8–12 Mon–Fri 10 Wed 14, 15 Sun, Mon 15–18 Mon–Thu 17 Wed 18, 19 Thu, Fri 19 Fri 19, 22 Fri, Mon 20 Sat 24 Wed 22, 23 Mon, Tue 25–27 Thu–Sat 26, 27 Fri, Sat 28, 29 Sun, Mon 29 Mon 29–Nov. 3 Mon–Sat NOVEMBER 2 Fri 4, 5 Sun, Mon 5 Mon 6 Tue 8 Thu 9 Fri 9, 11 Fri, Sun 13 Tue 15 Thu 18–20 Sun–Tue 18–25 Sun–Sun 20–25 Tue–Sun 21–25 Wed–Sun 24 Sat 26 Mon 27 Tue

RMES/AA: Columbus Day—Holiday University-Level Schools—except Seminary: Fall Recess NAD Enrollment Event: NAD College Fairs in LUC University-Level Schools: Classes resume University Preview Event: October Preview Seminary: 180° Symposium Mid-semester School of Education: EdD/PhD comprehensives, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. School of Education: MA comprehensives, 8:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.; 1–3 p.m. School of Education: EdS comprehensives, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. University-Level Schools: Andrews Autumn Conference on Religion and Science University-Level Students: Fall Semester second installment payment due School of Education: EdD/PhD comprehensives, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. University-Level Schools & Andrews Academy: CAS SciFest Tournament Seminary: Post-Religious & Secular-Sensitive Ministries Summit University-Level Schools: Health Professions/Graduate Preview Seminary: H.M.S. Richards Lectureship on Biblical Preaching (Attendance required for MDiv students) Andrews Academy: No School—Parent-Teacher Conferences Andrews University Board of Trustees Meeting, 1–5 p.m. Graduate Students: Week of Spiritual Emphasis Seminary: Challenge Exam—CHIS504, 8:30–10:30 a.m. University Preview Event: Lake Union Conference Juniors University-Level Schools: Open course registration at the Academic Records counter for Spring Semester 2013 School of Education: Spring Semester Student Teacher Orientation Assembly University-Level Schools: Celebration of Research University-Level Students: TOEFL Test, 8:30 a.m.–12 p.m. Seminary: NADEI Coach Certification Training University-Level Schools: All comprehensives must be completed for December Degree Conferral University-Level Students: Admissions Application deadline for Spring Semester 2013 Andrews Academy: Conference Education Summit Seminary: Thanksgiving break RMES: Thanksgiving break Andrews Academy: Thanksgiving break (begins 12 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 20) All schools except Seminary: Thanksgiving break (begins after last scheduled class on Tue) University-Level Students: Fall Semester third installment payment due All Campus Schools: Classes resume University-Level Students: Last date to enroll for correspondence courses for Fall Term University-Level Schools: Last day to change from credit to audit for Fall Semester classes or to withdraw from a class with a W for a fee University-Level Students: Enrollment open for correspondence courses for Spring Term

DECEMBER 2 Sun Seminary: Hebrew Placement Test, 1 p.m. 6 Thu University-Level Schools: Last day of Fall Semester 2012 classes 7 Fri University-Level Schools: Reading Day (exam preparation) 8 Sat Seminary: Dedication Service, 4 p.m. 10–13 Mon–Thu University-Level Schools: Fall Semester Final Exams (begin Monday, 7:30 a.m.) 13 Thu University-Level Schools: Fall Semester Ends 14–Jan. 6 University-Level Schools: Winter Break 15 Sat University-Level Schools: Spring Semester • First payment due for Financial Clearance • Full payment due for 1% and 3% rebate • Financial clearance required to register 19 Wed University-Level Schools: Fall Semester Grades due by 11:59 p.m. 21–Jan. 6 RMES/AA: Christmas Vacation 31 Mon University-Level Schools: December Conferral of degrees

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FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 CALENDAR Spring Semester 2013, January 7–May 2, 2013 Online course registration for spring semester 2013 begins Monday, March 26, 2012. Course registration at the Administration Building begins Monday, November 5, 2012. Late registration fee is in effect Tuesday, January 8, 2013. Last day of registration for spring semester 2013 is Wednesday, January 16, 2013. JANUARY 1 Tue 6 Sun 7 Mon 8 Tue 9 Wed 15 Tue 16 Wed 17 Thu 21 Mon 21–26 Mon–Sat 22 Tue 23 Wed 30 Wed FEBRUARY 1 Fri 5 Tue 7 Thu 15 Fri 18 20 24

Mon Wed Sun

University-Level Students: Andrews University financial paperwork available at www.andrews.edu/sf/ University-Level Students: FAFSA available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov (filing for Financial Aid) University-Level Students: ID cards activated for Dining Services and Bookstore in Registration Central when Financial Plan box is checked University-Level Students: Registration for new students, 12–5 p.m. University-Level Schools: Classes Begin: Last day to register for the first time without a fee. RMES/AA: Second Semester classes begin New International Students: English Placement test, 8:30–11 a.m.; Orientation, 11 a.m.–2 p.m. University level schools: Late Registration Fee in effect for first-time registrations for Spring Semester 2013 classes; notification of cancellation of low-enrollment classes University-Level Schools: Cancellation of unconfirmed course reservations University-Level Schools: Cancellation of classes with below-minimum enrollment University-Level Students: Last Business Day to complete the following by 5 p.m.—Enter Spring Semester 2013 classes; drop a class with FULL tuition refund; make a change in registration by Drop/Add Form without a fee or entry on permanent academic record; change audit to credit. Graduate Students: Last day to apply for May graduation University-Level Schools: Martin Luther King Jr. Day—MLK educational events replace classes RMES/AA: Martin Luther King Jr. Day—Holiday University-Level Students: University Spring Week of Spiritual Emphasis Andrews Academy: No School—Staff Development University-Level Students: Last day to drop a class with 70% refund University-Level Students: Last day to drop a class with 40% refund Seminary: MDiv Application deadline for summer term (International applicants) Seminary: Recognition Assembly, 10:30 a.m. Seminary: Seminary Scholarship Symposium School of Architecture: 3½-Year MArch and advanced standing application deadline for summer (May) or fall (August) admission All Campus Schools: Presidents’ Day—Holiday University-Level Schools: Mid-semester University-Level Students: Spring Semester first installment payment due

MARCH 1 Fri 1, 3 Fri, Sun 4–9 Mon–Sat 5 10, 11 Sun, Mon 12 Tue 15 Fri 15–24 Fri–Sun 18–22 Mon–Fri 24 Sun 25 Mon 28 Thu 28–31 Thu–Sun 29 Fri 28, 29 Thu, Fri 29, April 1 Fri, Mon

Seminary: MDiv Application deadline for summer term (Domestic applicants) Seminary: Ministry Coach Certification Training Graduate Students: Week of Prayer Andrews University Board of Trustees Meeting University Preview Event: March Preview University-Level Students: Priority processing for Financial Aid New Students: Admissions Application deadline for Summer Term 1 University-Level Schools: Spring Semester Break RMES/AA: Spring Break University-Level Students: Spring Semester second installment payment due All Campus Schools: Classes resume University-Level Students: Online Registration for Summer Terms, Fall and Spring Semesters 2013 opens University-Level Students: Last date to enroll for correspondence courses for Spring Term University-Level Schools: International Student Week School of Education: MA comprehensives, 8:30–11:30 a.m.; 1–3 p.m. School of Education: EdD/PhD comps, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. School of Education: EdS comprehensives, 8:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m.

APRIL 1 Mon 1, 2 Mon, Tue 2 Tue 5 Fri 7, 8 Sun, Mon 8 Mon 15 Mon 16 Tue 22 Mon 24 Wed 25 Thu

University-Level Schools: Last day for all comprehensives to be completed for May degree conferral School of Education: EdD/PhD comprehensives, 8:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m. University-Level Students: Last day for Summer Physics Earlybird rate University-Level Students: TOEFL Test, 8:30 a.m.–12 p.m. University Preview Event: April Preview Andrews Academy: No School Potential University Students: Admissions Application Deadline for Summer Term 2 University-Level Schools: Last day to change credit to audit for Spring Semester classes or withdraw from a class with a W Andrews Academy: Staff Development—No School RMES: Spring Teacher In-Service—No School University-Level Students: Spring Semester third installment payment due University-Level Schools: Last day of Spring Semester classes

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FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013 CALENDAR

26 Fri University-Level Students: Reading Day (exam preparation) 29–May 2 Mon–Thu University-Level Schools: Spring Semester Final Exams (begin Monday, 7:30 a.m.) MAY 2 Thu 3 Fri 4 Sat 5 Sun 6 Mon 8 Wed 10 Fri 12 Sun 23–26 Thu–Sun 24 Fri 25 Sat 27 Mon 29 Wed 31 Fri

University-Level Schools: Last day of Spring Semester 2013 Medical Laboratory Science: Senior Spring Semester Clinicals end School of Education: Teacher Dedication Ceremony, 5 p.m. University-Level Schools: Consecration Service, 8 p.m. University-Level Schools: Baccalaureate Services Nursing: Nursing Students Pinning Ceremony, 4 p.m. Seminary: Dedication Service, 4–5:30 p.m. Nutrition & Wellness: Senior Dietetics Dedication and Pinning Ceremony, 5 p.m. University-Level Students: Enrollment open for correspondence courses for Summer Term 3 University-Level Schools: Commencement Services University-Level Schools: May Express classes and Summer Physics begin Medical Laboratory Science: Senior Summer Semester Clinicals begin University-Level Schools: Spring Semester grades due by 11:59 p.m. Seminary: Hebrew Placement Test, 10 a.m. Seminary: New Student Orientation, 8:30 a.m.–12 p.m. Andrews Academy: Commencement Weekend Andrews Academy: Last day of school School of Architecture: Deadline for Application to Professional Program All Campus Schools: Memorial Day—Holiday RMES: Graduation RMES: Last day of school

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FINANCIAL INFOMATION Please refer to http://www.andrews.edu/future/financing/tuition/ for the most up-to-date information regarding financial information. PAYMENT PLAN Tuition and applicable residence hall charges are due and payable in full at the time of registration. Any exceptions to the above plan must be approved by Student financial Services prior to registration. Accounts for conference or institutionally sponsored students are billed directly to the supporting organization only if such arrangement has been authorized in writing prior to registration.

STUDENT EMPLOYMENT Please refer to http://www.andrews.edu/HR/students.html for the most up-to-date information on student employment. The Immigration Reform and Control Act charges all employers to examine and verify documents that establish employment eligibility of all new employees. New and returning students who never completed an I-9 for Andrews University work in the past who plan to seek employment on the Andrews University campus must supply documents of identity and employability. Some documents serve both purposes, but if not available, two documents must be presented. All documents must be original. The following are required. A.

Documents that Establish both Identity and Employment Authorization: 1. U.S. passport or U.S. Passport Card 2. Permanent Resident Card or Alien Registration Receipt Card (Form I-551) 3. Foreign passport that contains a temporary I-551 stamp or temporary I-551 printed notation on a machine-readable immigrant visa 4. Employment Authorization Document that contains a photograph (Form I-766) 5. In the case of a nonimmigrant alien authorized to work for a specific employer incident to status, a foreign passport with Form I-94 of Form I-94A bearing the same name as the passport and containing an endorsement of the alien’s nonimmigrant status, as long as the period of endorsement has not yet expired and the proposed employment is not in conflict with any restrictions or limitations identified on the form 6. Passport from the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) or the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) with Form I-94 or Form I-94A indicating nonimmigrant admission under the Compact of Free Association Between the United States and the FSM or RMI Or

B.

Documents that Establish Identity: 1. Driver’s license or ID card issued by a state or outlying possession of the United States provided it contains a photograph or information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color, and address 2. ID card issued by federal, state or local government agencies of entities, provided it contains a photograph or information such as name, date of birth, gender, height, eye color and address 3. School ID card with a photograph 4. Voter’s registration card 5. U.S. Military card or draft record 6. Military dependent’s ID card 7. U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner Card 8. Native American tribal document 9. Driver’s license issued by a Canadian government authority For persons under age 18 who are unable to present a document listed above: 10. School record or report card 11. Clinic, doctor, or hospital record 12. Day-care or nursery school record And

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Documents that Establish Employment Authorization: 1. Social Security Account Number card other than one that specifies on the face that the issuance of the card does not authorize employment in the United States 2. Certification of Birth Abroad issued by the Department of State (Form FS-545) 3. Certification of Report of Birth issued by the Department of State (Form DS-1350) 4. Original or certified copy of birth certificate issued by a State, county, municipal authority, or territory of the United States bearing an official seal 5. Native American tribal document 6. U.S. Citizen ID Card (Form I-197) 7. Identification Card for Use of Resident Citizen in the United States (Form I-179) 8. Employment authorization document issued by Department of Homeland Security

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COURSE PREFIXES AND NUMBERS Courses are listed by course prefix and course number. Course prefixes are listed below in alphabetical order. At the end of each prefix designation is an abbreviated symbol in parentheses for the school in which the prefix occurs. Symbols are as follows: Attached Departments (Att Dept) College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) College of Technology (COT)

School of Architecture, Art & Design (SAA) School of Business Administration (SBA) School of Education (SEd)

ACCT Accounting (SBA) EDRM Research & Measurement (SEd) AFLT Aeronautical Flight (Att Dept) EDTE Teacher Education (SEd) AGRI Agriculture (Att Dept) EDUC Education—General (SEd) ALHE Allied Health (SHP) ENGL English (CAS) ANSI Animal Science (Att Dept) ENGR Engineering (COT) ANTH Anthropology (CAS) ENSL Intensive English (CAS) ARCH Architecture (SAA) FDNT Nutrition (SHP) ART Art Studio (SAA) FMST Family Studies (CAS) ARTH Art History (SAA) FNCE Finance (SBA) AVIA Aviation Technology (Att Dept) FREN French (CAS) AVMT Aviation Maintenance (Att Dept) FTES Fitness & Exercise Studies (SHP) BCHM Biochemistry (CAS) GEOG Geography (CAS) BHSC Behavioral Sciences (CAS) GNST General Studies (CAS) BIBL Biblical Languages (CAS) GPC Graduate Psychology and Counseling BIOL Biology (CAS) (SEd) BOT Botany (CAS) GRMN German (CAS) BSAD Business Administration (SBA) GRPH Graphic Arts (SAA) BSCM Construction Management (SAA) GSEM General Theological Seminary (Sem) CHEM Chemistry (CAS) HIST History (CAS) CHIS Church History (Sem) HLED Health Education (SHP) CHMN Christian Ministry (Sem) HONS Honors (all undergraduate) Communication Communication HORT Horticulture (Att Dept) (CAS) IDSC Interdisciplinary Studies (CAS) CPTR Computing & Software Engineering INFS Information Systems (SBA) (CAS) INLS International Language Studies (CAS) DGME Digital Multimedia (SAA) INT Interior Design (SAA) DSRE Discipleship & Religious Education JOUR Journalism (CAS) (Sem) LEAD Leadership (SEd) ECON Economics (SBA) MAED Mathematics Education (CAS) EDAL Educational Administration & Leadership MATH Mathematics (CAS) (SEd) MDIA Media (SAA) EDCI Educational Curriculum & Instruction MKTG Marketing (SBA) (SEd) MLSC Medical Laboratory Sciences (SHP) EDFN Educational Foundations (SEd) MSCI Mathematics and Science (CAS) ZOOL Zoology

School of Health Professions (SHP) SDA Theological Seminary (Sem)

MSSN World Mission (Sem) MUCT Music Composition & Theory (CAS) MUED Music Education (CAS) MUHL Music History & Literature (CAS) MUPF Music Performance (CAS) MURE Music—Religious (CAS) NRSG Nursing (SHP) NTST New Testament Studies (Sem) OTST Old Testament Studies (Sem) PHIL Philosophy (CAS) PHTH Physical Therapy (SHP) PHTO Photography (SAA) PHYS Physics (CAS) PLSC Political Science (CAS) PORT Portuguese (CAS) PREL Public Relations (CAS) PSYC Psychology (CAS) PTH Physical Therapy: Professional & Post-Professional (SHP) RELB Religion—Biblical Studies (CAS) RELG Religion—General (CAS) RELH Religion—History (CAS) RELP Religion— Professional & Applied Studies (CAS) RELT Religion—Theology (CAS) SOCI Sociology (CAS) SOWK Social Work (CAS) SPAN Spanish (CAS) SPED Special Education (SEd) SPPA Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology (SHP) STAT Statistics (CAS) THST Theology & Christian Philosophy (Sem) VDEO Video (SAA)

(CAS) COURSE NUMBERS

Non Credit Undergraduate Lower Division Undergraduate Upper Division Graduate Level

Below 100 100-199 200-299 300-399 400-499 500-699 700-999

Courses enabling the student to qualify for freshman standing Courses usually taken during the freshman year Courses usually taken during the sophomore year Courses usually taken during the junior year Courses usually taken during the senior year Courses for graduate students only Courses for post-masters students

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 Undeclared/Interschool - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

10 Max Enrl

Honors Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 15:30–16:45 12:30–13:45

MWF MWF MWF MWF R MW

296 297 298 299

HONS115H-001 HONS115H-002 HONS215H-001 HONS105H-001

Transcribing the Self Transcribing the Self Scripture Western Heritage

300

HONS365H-001 Cosmos

3

BUL108 BUL108 BUL150 BUL250 BUL250 HYH133

12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 17:00–17:50

TR MW MW M

302 301 303 304

HONS415H-001 HONS265H-001 HONS225H-001 HONS398H-001

3 3 3 1

BUL207 BUL BUL108 BUL207

Matiko,Beverly Matiko,Beverly Gallos,Erhard Markovic,John Jeroncic,Ante Burdick,Gary Lyons,Peter Jeroncic,Ante Pittman,Monique Staff Pittman,Monique

BUL150 BUL108 BUL250 BUL250 BUL207 BUL250 BUL BUL108

Silva Banks,Kathryn Petersen,Paul Markovic,John Jeroncic,Ante Matiko,Beverly LaBianca,Oystein Pittman,Monique Jeroncic,Ante

Thinking Theo:Chr Life&Faith Lit & the Arts: Materialism & Idealism Res Pro-Seminar

3 3 3 5

18 18 30 60 60 25 25

Spring Semester 2013 10:00–11:15 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 15:30–16:45 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45

TR MWF MWF R F MW MW TR

282 278 277

HONS245H-001 Meaning of American Experienc HONS215H-001 Scripture HONS106H-001 Western Heritage

3 3 5

283 279 281 280

HONS398H-001 HONS345H-001 HONS265H-001 HONS415H-001

1 3 3 3

Res Pro-Seminar What is Other?Non-West Wld Lit & the Arts: Thinking Theo:Chr Life&Faith

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

30 60

25 25


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 Attached Departments - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

SH114 SH108 SH108 ANNEX ANNEX SH114 SH114 SH108 ANNEX SH114 SH114 ANNEX AG109 AG109 SH114

Koudele,Katherine Beikmann,Stanley

11 Max Enrl

Agriculture Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 10:30–11:20 14:00–16:45 10:30–11:20 14:00–16:45 12:30–13:20 14:00–16:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:15 18:00–21:00 18:30–21:15

MTR MWR T MTWR M TR W TR W MW R TR TR R T M

1631 ANSI114-001 1635 HORT135-001

Intro to Animal Science Landscape Drafting & Design

3 4

1634 HORT105-001

Plant Science

5

1632 ANSI325-001

Domestic Animal Behavior

3

1637 HORT369-001

Greenhouse Environ&Prodctn

3

1633 ANSI445-001

Physiology Farm Animals

3

1636 HORT228-001 1638 HORT429-001

Herbaceous Plant ID Computer Ldscape Design

3 3

1639 AGRI240-001 1671 ANSI455-001

Fundamentals of Irrigation Equine Health & Disease

3 3

1079 AGRI405-001 1071 HORT448-001

Research Seminar Adv Design & Graphics

1 4

1078 ANSI150-001

Companion Animal Care

3

1075 HORT315-001

Landscape Construction

4

1080 ANSI435-001 1073 HORT378-001

Animal Genetics Integrated Pest/Disease Mgnt

3 4

1074 1082 1081 1076

History of Ldscape Design Forage Crop Production Iss Animal Ag, Res & Medicine Fundamntls of Landscape Design

3 3 3 4

Staff Koudele,Katherine Beikmann,Stanley Koudele,Katherine Beikmann,Stanley Woodruff,Garth

8

Villwock,Michael Staff

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 14:00–16:45 08:30–09:20 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 14:00–16:45 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–16:45 18:00–21:00 18:00–21:00 18:00–21:00

W MTR W TR W MW T MWR MTR M MTR MW TR MW R M R T

HORT350-001 AGRI304-001 ANSI425-001 HORT137-001

1083 AGRI345-001 1084 ANSI278-001 1077 AGRI270-001

Topics in Agriculture Dairy Health & Disease Mgnt Agriculture Enterprises

1-4 0,3 3

Applied Science for Aviation App Sci Aerospace Technicns Private Pilot Ground School Aircraft Electricity Aircraft Basic Electricity Fed Aviatn Regs,Publ,Forms&Rec Fed Reg, Publ, Forms&Records Materls&Proc Aircrf Structures Turbine Engines Gas Turbine Engines Commercial Pilot Ground School Intro to Aviation Welding Technology Flight Instructor Flight Train Instrumnt Flight Inst Grnd Sch Instrument Ground Instructor Airline Transpt Pilot Flgt Trn Topics in * Project Course * Cooperative Work Experience * Independent Study: * Internship * Practicum * Project Course *

4 4 4 2 2 2 2 4 4 4 4 1-4 2 1,2 2 2 3 1-4 1-4 1-3 1-3 1-4 1-4 1-4

SH114 SH108 SH108 SH114 SH114 ANNEX ANNEX SH114 ANNEX ANNEX SH108 SH114 SH114 ANNEX ANNEX SH114 SH114 ANNEX

Koudele,Katherine Beikmann,Stanley

RSB109 RSB109 RSB211 RSB109 RSB109 RSB109 RSB109 RSB109 RSB109 RSB109 RSB211 HYH133 RSB211

Habenicht,Duane Habenicht,Duane Sigua,Caleb Habenicht,Duane Habenicht,Duane Habenicht,Duane Habenicht,Duane Payne,C Brooks Payne,C Brooks Payne,C Brooks Doran,James Simmons,Dina Trubey,Jeff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Koudele,Katherine Woodruff,Garth Koudele,Katherine Beikmann,Stanley Beikmann,Stanley Birney,Lester Koudele,Katherine Woodruff,Garth Staff Birney,Jolene Woodruff,Garth

Aviation Fall Semester 2012 07:30–09:20 07:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 12:30–14:20 14:30–16:20 14:30–16:20 17:30–19:20 18:30–20:20 18:30–20:30 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MTWRF1438 MTWRF1443 MTWR 1419 MWF 1439 MWF 1444 TR 1440 TR 1446 MTWRF1448 MTWRF1441 MTWRF1449 TR 1422 TR 1418 M 1452 1425 1426 1436 1437 1453 1454 1456 1457 1458 1459 1462

AFLT120-001 AVMT108-001 AFLT115-001 AFLT124-001 AVMT114-001 AFLT126-001 AVMT116-001 AVMT120-001 AFLT316-001 AVMT310-001 AFLT305-001 AFLT104-001 AVIA140-001 AFLT356-001 AFLT365-001 AFLT469-001 AFLT486-001 AVIA275-001 AVIA285-001 AVIA294-001 AVIA296-001 AVIA390-001 AVIA395-001 AVIA470-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 20 75 10 20 10 0 20


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Days

Course CRN Number

(Aviation continued...) Arranged 1464 Arranged 1465 Arranged 1420 Arranged 1421 Arranged 1423 Arranged 1424 Arranged 1427 Arranged 1429 Arranged 1461

AVIA476-001 AVIA495-001 AFLT118-001 AFLT218-001 AFLT318-001 AFLT326-001 AFLT366-001 AFLT467-001 AVIA460-001

Course Title

Cr

Topics in * Independent Study * Flight Training I Flight Training II Flight Training III Flight Training IV Instrumnt Flight Inst Grnd Trn Multi-Engine Flgt Instr Program Continuation

1-4 1-3 3 3 3 3 1 1,2 0

AVMT206-206 AVMT314-001 AVMT226-001 AFLT310-001 AVMT316-001 AFLT220-001 AFLT115-001 AFLT215-001 AVIA250-001

Powerplant Electl Systems Aircrft Prop&Eng Inspections Engine Fuel Metering Sys Advanced Systems Reciprctng Eng Sys & Overhaul Meteorology Private Pilot Ground School Instrument Pilot Ground School Machine Shop

4 3 2 3 7 3 4 4 3,4

AVIA294-001 AVIA470-001 AFLT118-001 AFLT218-001 AFLT318-001 AFLT326-001 AFLT467-001 AFLT469-001 AFLT474-001 AFLT485-001 AFLT486-001 AVIA275-001 AVIA285-001 AVIA395-001 AVIA460-001 AVIA476-001 AFLT366-001

Cooperative Work Experience * Project Course * Flight Training I Flight Training II Flight Training III Flight Training IV Multi-Engine Flgt Instr Instrument Ground Instructor Tech of Mission Flying Airline Transport Pilot Gd Sch Airline Transpt Pilot Flgt Trn Topics in * Project Course * Practicum * Program Continuation Topics in * Instrumnt Flight Inst Grnd Trn

1-3 1-4 3 3 3 3 1,2 2 3 3 3 1-4 1-4 1-4 0 1-4 1

Room Number

Instructor Name

Staff Staff Sigua,Caleb Robertson,Randall Sigua,Caleb Doran,James Robertson,Randall Doran,James Simmons,Dina

12 Max Enrl

20 20 20 20 20 20

Spring Semester 2013 07:30–09:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–16:20 14:00–15:15 17:30–18:45 17:30–19:20 18:30–19:20 19:30–22:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MTWRF1002 MWF 1004 TR 1003 TR 996 MTWRF1005 TR 995 MTR 989 TR 991 TR 1006 TR 1009 1014 990 992 993 994 997 998 999 1000 1001 1007 1008 1012 1013 1015 1016

RSB109 RSB109 RSB109 RSB211 RSB109 RSB211 RSB211 RSB211 RSB211 RSB

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Payne,C Brooks Payne,C Brooks Payne,C Brooks Robertson,Randall Habenicht,Duane Simmons,Dina Sigua,Caleb Doran,James Trubey,Jeff Staff Staff Sigua,Caleb Robertson,Randall Sigua,Caleb Doran,James Doran,James Doran,James Doran,James Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Simmons,Dina Staff Robertson,Randall

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Andrews University Class Schedule Attached Departments - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Aviation continued...) Arranged 999 AFLT474-001 Arranged 1000 AFLT485-001

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Tech of Mission Flying Airline Transport Pilot Gd Sch

Cr

Room Number

3 3

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Instructor Name

Doran,James Staff

13 Max Enrl


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

14 Max Enrl

Behavioral Sciences Fall Semester 2012 07:30–08:20 08:00–09:15 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–11:20 09:00–09:50 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–12:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–14:20 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:40 14:00–16:30 15:30–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF TR MWF MWF R TR MW MWF MWF MWF T TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MW MWF MWF MWF MW TR T MW MW TR TR T W T

218 221 219 220 222 230 229 226 227 228 224 231 232 233 234 235 236 240 237 238 239 243 242 1759 245 246 247 248 250 252 254 257 259 263 269 271 261

GEOG110-001 PSYC465-001 PSYC101-001 PSYC301-001 SOCI455-001 BHSC100-002 BHSC100-001 BHSC230-001 SOCI119-001 FMST115-001 SOCI421-001 BHSC235-001 SOCI345-001 PSYC101-002 PSYC180-001 PSYC454-001 PSYC269-001 BHSC100-003 PSYC420-001 ANTH205-001 FMST454-001 PSYC364-001 PSYC319-001 SOCI415-001 FMST310-001 PSYC486-001 PSYC432-001 SOCI432-001 SOCI408-001 SOCI474-001 SOCI460-001 FMST470-001 PSYC480-001 BHSC300-001 SOCI431-001 SOCI160-001 PSYC498-001

Survey of Geography Physiological Psychology Intro to Psychology Human Development-Lifespan Development Policy & Analysis Philosophy of Service Philosophy of Service Res Methods I:Stat for Beh Sci Principles of Sociology Intro to Family Studies Development Theory & Practice Culture,Place&Interdependence Juvenile Deliquency Intro to Psychology Dealing With Your Mind Theories of Personality History&Systems of Psychology Philosophy of Service Human Sexuality Intro to Archaeology Family Violence Across Lifespn Learning & Behavior Stress Management Substance Abuse American Soc Parent-Child Relationships Psychological Assessment Rsrch Methods II:Intro Rsrch Methods II:Intro Emergency Preparedness Social Thought & Theory Death&Grief Contemporary Socty Practicum * Practicum * Philosophy of Service Fldwrk Needs Assess,Cap Mapp&Prog Pln Intro to Int’l Development Research Project in Psyc *

3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 1-8 1-8 2 3 3 1-3

BUL208 BUL207 BUL250 BUL251 BUL215 BUL251 BUL250 BUL208 BUL251 BUL207 BUL215 BUL208 BUL207 BUL251 BUL251 BUL207 BUL208 BUL251 BUL208 BUL207 BUL215 BUL207 BUL208 NH025 BUL207 BUL208 BUL208 BUL208 BUL215 BUL215 NH025

James,Harold Bailey,Karl Burnett,Harvey Ponce-Rodas,Melissa Raveloharimisy,Joel Ulery,Larry Ulery,Larry Helm,Herbert Matthews,Lionel Baltazar,Alina Raveloharimisy,Joel LaBianca,Oystein McBride,Duane Ponce-Rodas,Melissa Bailey,Karl Helm,Herbert Ponce-Rodas,Melissa Ulery,Larry Burnett,Harvey Hudon,Jeffrey Chelbegean,Romulus Bailey,Karl Ulery,Larry Staff Chelbegean,Romulus Helm,Herbert Bailey,Karl LaBianca,Oystein Burnett,Harvey Matthews,Lionel Wrenn,Jan Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Bailey,Karl

44 41 50 66 15 66 49 44 66 41 13 44 41 66 66 41 44 66 44 41 13 41 44

3 0,3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3

BUL251 BUL207 BUL250 BUL207 BUL250 BUL250 BUL250 BUL251 BUL153 BUL251 BUL251 BUL251 BUL207 PH106

Ponce-Rodas,Melissa Bailey,Karl Chelbegean,Romulus Burnett,Harvey Baltazar,Alina Helm,Herbert Helm,Herbert Matthews,Lionel Ponce-Rodas,Melissa Ulery,Larry Ulery,Larry Bailey,Karl Matthews,Lionel Mbungu,David

66 41 50 41 50 50 50 66 150 66 66 66 41

3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

BUL BUL250 BUL207 BUL208 BUL251 BUL251 BUL207 BUL215 BUL208 BUL250 BUL215

Ponce-Rodas,Melissa LaBianca,Oystein Ulery,Larry Staff Ulery,Larry Burnett,Harvey Helm,Herbert Chelbegean,Romulus LaBianca,Oystein Helm,Herbert Matthews,Lionel

44 50 41

41 44 44 13 13

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 18:30–21:00 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:55–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45

MWF MWF MWF TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR MWF MWF MW T MW MW MW MW TR MW MW MW TR TR M

193 194 195 196 197 199 200 202 207 208 209 210 213 211

PSYC101-001 PSYC445-001 FMST201-001 PSYC471-001 BHSC220-001 PSYC434-001 SOCI434-001 SOCI119-001 PSYC301-001 BHSC100-001 BHSC100-002 PSYC180-001 SOCI430-001 PSYC449-001

Intro to Psychology Cognitive Psychology Personal Relationships Behavior Modification Contemporary Soc Issues Rsrch Mth IV:Adv Stat Ana&SPSS Rsrch Mth IV:Adv Stat Ana&SPSS Principles of Sociology Human Development-Lifespan Philosophy of Service Philosophy of Service Dealing With Your Mind Gender Roles Contempry Society Neuropsychopharmacology

206 217 218 1031 220 221 222 223 225 226 230

PSYC450-001 ANTH440-001 PSYC210-001 SOCI160-001 BHSC100-003 PSYC101-002 PSYC410-001 FMST460-001 ANTH200-001 PSYC433-001 SOCI425-001

Social Psychology Top:What is Other? Intro to Health Psychology Intro to Int’l Development Philosophy of Service Intro to Psychology Intro Counsling&Psychotherapy Family Resource Management Cultural Anthropology Rsrch Mth III:Adv Dsgn-Exp&Srv Racial & Ethnic Relations

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Course CRN Number

Time

Days

(Behavioral 15:30–17:10 15:30–18:20 17:00–18:15

Sciences continued...) T 233 SOCI445-001 W 203 PSYC460-001 M 236 PSYC438-001

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

228 229 243 245 249 1042

PSYC445-L01 PSYC445-L02 FMST470-001 PSYC480-001 BHSC300-001 PSYC498-001

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

Emergency Planning Psychology Abnormal Behavior Wrkshp:MW Psych Conv

2 3 1-3

BUL207 BUL208 BUL207

Cognitive Psychology Lab Cognitive Psychology Practicum * Practicum * Philosophy of Service Fldwrk Research Project in Psyc *

0 0 1-8 1-8 1,2 1-3

Burnett,Harvey Helm,Herbert Bailey,Karl Burnett,Harvey Bailey,Karl Bailey,Karl Staff Staff Staff Bailey,Karl

Zdor,Robert Steen,David

15 Max Enrl

41 44 41

Biology Fall Semester 2012 07:30–08:20 14:00–16:45 08:30–09:20

TR 720 T MTWRF727

BIOL475-001

Biology of Bacteria

3

BIOL165-001

Foundations of Biology

5

PH211 PH338 HYH

4

PH106

Mbungu,David Staff Staff

60

Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL165L-L01,L02 or L03 lab

08:30–09:20

MWF

1081 BIOL221-001

Anatomy and Physiology I Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL221-L01,L02 or L03 lab

08:30–10:00 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20

TR T MWF

732

BIOL208-001

Environmental Science

4

964

ZOOL464-001

Systems Physiology

4

PH219 PH219 PH106

3

PH106

Staff Chobotar,Bill

Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL464-L01 or L02 lab

09:30–10:20

MWF

967

ZOOL468-001

Systems Phys:Organismal Maint Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL468-L01 or L02 lab

09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 10:30–11:20

TR R MWF

963

ZOOL425-001

Parasitology

3

907

BIOL371-001

Genetic,Cellulr&Moleclr Biol I

3

PH211 PH338 PH106

4

PH106

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

5

PH106

Zdor,Robert

3

PH211

Atkins,Gordon Goodwin,Tom Hayward,James

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL371-L01 or L02 lab

11:30–12:20

MWF

902

BIOL260-001

General Microbiology Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL260-L01,L02 or L03 lab

12:30–13:20

MTWRF728

BIOL165-002

Foundations of Biology

60

Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL165L-L01,L02 or L03 lab

12:30–13:20

TR

970

ZOOL475-001

Neurobiology Must be concurrently enrolled in ZOOL475-L01 or L02 lab

12:30–13:20 14:00–16:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–16:45 14:00–15:30

TR T MW M MW

1718 ZOOL454-001

Vertebrate Zoology:Mammalogy

3

906

BIOL348-001

General Ecology

3

903

BIOL260-L01

General Microbiology Lab

0

PH120 PH120 PH211 PH219 PH338

0

PH240

Staff

0

PH240

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

0

PH229

Staff

30

0

PH240

Staff

60

0

PH326

Atkins,Gordon

0

PH326

Staff

16

0

PH326

Staff

4

0

PH240

Staff

60

0

PH338

Murray-Nseula,Marlene 30

1 0

PH106 PH338

Hayward,James Murray-Nseula,Marlene 30

0

PH240

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

0

PH240

Staff

0

PH326

Atkins,Gordon

Murray-Nseula,Marlene 30

Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL260-001 class

14:00–16:45

M

729

BIOL165L-L01

Found of Biology Lab

60

Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL165-001 or 002 class

14:00–16:45

R

908

BIOL371-L01

Gen,Cellulr&Moleclr Biol I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL371-001 class

14:00–16:45

R

1084 BIOL221-L03

Anatomy and Physiology I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL221-001 class

14:00–16:45

T

730

BIOL165L-L02

Found of Biology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL165-001 or 002 class

14:00–16:45

T

1716 ZOOL475-L01

Neurobiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in ZOOL475-001 class

14:00–16:45

W

965

ZOOL464-L01

Systems Physiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL464-001 class

14:00–16:45

W

968

ZOOL468-L01

Sys Phys:Organismal Maint Lab Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL468-001 class

14:00–16:45

W

1082 BIOL221-L01

Anatomy and Physiology I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL221-001 class

16:00–17:30

MW

904

BIOL260-L02

General Microbiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL260-001 class

17:30–18:20 18:30–20:00

R MW

962 905

BIOL251-001 BIOL260-L03

Research Methods I General Microbiology Lab

18:30–21:15

R

909

BIOL371-L02

Gen,Cellulr&Moleclr Biol I Lab

Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL260-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL371-001 class

18:30–21:15

T

731

BIOL165L-L03

Found of Biology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled BIOL165-001 or 002 class

18:30–21:15

T

1717 ZOOL475-L02

Neurobiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in ZOOL475-001 class

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

60


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Biology continued...) 18:30–21:15 W 966

ZOOL464-L02

Course Title

Systems Physiology Lab

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

16 Max Enrl

0

PH326

Staff

16

0

PH326

Staff

4

0

PH240

Staff

60

Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL464-001 class

18:30–21:15

W

969

ZOOL468-L02

Sys Phys:Organismal Maint Lab Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL468-001 class

18:30–21:15

W

1083 BIOL221-L02

Anatomy and Physiology I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL221-001 class

Arranged

719

BIOL405-001

Topics in *

1-4

Staff

Spring Semester 2013 07:30–08:20 14:00–16:45 08:30–09:20

TR 521 R MTWRF510

BIOL449-001

Historical & Philosophical Bio

3 5

PH211 PH219 HYH133

BIOL166-001

Foundations of Biology

Goodwin,Tom Mbungu,David

4

PH106

Staff

4

PH106

Staff

PH219 PH219 PH211 PH240 PH211 PH338 PH106

Staff

Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL166L-L01,L02 or L03 lab

08:30–09:20

MWF

507

BIOL222-002

Anatomy and Physiology II Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL222-L01,L02, or L03 lab

08:30–09:20

TR

505

BIOL222-001

Anatomy and Physiology II Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL222-L01,L02, or L03 lab

08:30–09:50 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20 18:30–21:15 10:30–11:20

TR T TR M MW W MW

515

BIOL208-001

Environmental Science

4

537

ZOOL315-001

Animal Development

3

539

ZOOL465-001

Histology

3

516

BIOL372-001

Genetics,Cell&Moleculr Biol II

3

Zdor,Robert Chobotar,Bill Lyons,Peter

Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL372-L01 or L02 lab

10:30–11:20 14:00–16:45 11:30–12:20 18:30–21:15 12:30–13:20

MWF 503 R MW 522 T MTWRF511

BIOL100-001

Human Biology

4

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

5

PH229 PH229 PH106 PH120 PH106

BIOL450-001

Neuropsychopharmacology

3

BIOL166-002

Foundations of Biology

0

PH229

Staff

0

PH240

Staff

0

PH229

Staff

30

0

PH326

Lyons,Peter

20

1 1 1 1 0

PH106 PH211 PH316 PH211 PH240

Hayward,James Hayward,James Conklin,Frank Zdor,Robert Staff

0

PH240

Staff

0

PH229

Staff

30

0

PH326

Lyons,Peter

20

Mbungu,David Atkins,Gordon

Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL166L-L01,L02 or L03 lab

14:00–16:45

M

506

BIOL222-L01

Anatomy and Physiology II Lab

30

Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL222-001 or 002 class

14:00–16:45

T

513

BIOL166L-L02

Found of Biology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL166-001 or 002 class

14:00–16:45

W

508

BIOL222-L02

Anatomy and Physiology II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL222-001 or 002 class

14:00–16:45

W

517

BIOL372-L01

Gnetcs,Cell&Molec Biol II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL372-001 class

17:00–18:15 17:30–18:20 18:30–19:20 18:30–19:20 18:30–21:15

R W R R M

523 524 519 538 512

BIOL252-001 BIOL453-001 BIOL405-001 ZOOL316-001 BIOL166L-L01

Research Methods II Biology Seminar Topics in:Dental Aptitude Human Embryology Found of Biology Lab

18:30–21:15

T

514

BIOL166L-L03

Found of Biology Lab

Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL166-001 or 002 class Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL166-001 or 002 class

18:30–21:15

W

509

BIOL222-L03

Anatomy and Physiology II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL222-001 or 002 class

18:30–21:15

W

518

BIOL372-L02

Gnetics,Cell&Molec Biol II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in BIOL372-L01 or L02 lab

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

1100 BIOL446-L01 520 BIOL444-001 540 ZOOL484-001

Electron Microscopy Biol Lab Electn Microscopy Biol Investg Animal Behavior

2 1 3

Staff Staff Atkins,Gordon

1102 BIOL445-001

Molecular Genetics

3

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

4 3

HYH133 HH107

Nowack,D David Ahlberg,Lisa

4

HH107

Hayes,Ryan

HH317 HH HH317

Randall,David

17 Max Enrl

Chemistry Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20

MTWF 1085 BCHM421-001 MTWRF1095 CHEM231-001

Biochemistry I Organic Chemistry I

09:30–10:20

MTWRF1087 CHEM131-001

General Chemistry I

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM241-L01,L02,L03 or L04 Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM131-L01,L02,L03 or L04

09:30–10:20 13:30–17:20 10:30–11:20

TR TR MWF

1093 CHEM200-001

Quantitative Analysis

4

1102 CHEM431-001

Physical Chemistry I

3

16

Merga,Getahun

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM441-L01 lab

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 15:00–17:50 13:30–17:20

TR MWF W T

1104 CHEM474-001 1086 CHEM110-001

Adv Topics in Organic Chem Intro Inorganic&Organic Chem

2 4

Staff Nowack,D David

60

1

HH317 HYH114 HH107 HH

Ahlberg,Lisa

16

1

HH325

Ahlberg,Lisa

16

Recitation, 14:10-15:00 W

1096 CHEM241-L01

Organic Chemistry Lab I Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM231-001 class

13:30–17:20

T

1097 CHEM241-L02

Organic Chemistry Lab I Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM231-001 class

14:00–17:50

W

1103 CHEM441-L01

Physical Chemistry Lab I

1

Merga,Getahun

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM431-001 class

14:30–17:20

M

1088 CHEM131-L01

General Chemistry I Lab

0

HH220

Hayes,Ryan

30

0

HH221

Hayes,Ryan

30

.5 0 .5 1

HH107 HH107 HH107 HH

Murray,Desmond Murray,Desmond Murray,Desmond Ahlberg,Lisa

16

1

HH325

Ahlberg,Lisa

16

0

HH220

Hayes,Ryan

30

0

HH221

Hayes,Ryan

30

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM131-001 class

14:30–17:20

M

1090 CHEM131-L02

General Chemistry I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM131-001 class

16:30–17:20 16:30–17:20 16:30–17:20 18:00–21:50

MR R R T

1101 1094 1100 1098

CHEM411-001 CHEM210-001 CHEM311-001 CHEM241-L03

Seminar in Chemistry Current Chemistry Topics Seminar in Chemistry Organic Chemistry Lab I Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM231-001 class

18:00–21:50

T

1099 CHEM241-L04

Organic Chemistry Lab I Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM231-001 class

18:30–21:20

M

1091 CHEM131-L03

General Chemistry I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM131-001 class

18:30–21:20

M

1092 CHEM131-L04

General Chemistry I Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM131-001 class

Arranged

1105 CHEM475-001

Adv Topics in Physical Chem

2

Randall,David

Organic Chemistry II

3

HH107

Ahlberg,Lisa

3 3

PH211 HH317

Nowack,D David Randall,David

4

HH107

Hayes,Ryan

Merga,Getahun Ahlberg,Lisa Randall,David Randall,David

60 30

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20

MTWRF552

CHEM232-001

Recitation included Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM242-L01,L02,L03 or L04

08:30–09:20 09:00–10:20

MWF TR

543 559

BCHM422-001 CHEM432-001

Biochemistry II Physical Chemistry II

09:30–10:20

MTWRF546

CHEM132-001

General Chemistry II

25

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM442-L01 lab Recitation included Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM132-L01,L02,L03 or L04

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 13:30–17:20 11:30–12:20

MWRF 562 TR 563 MW MWF 541

CHEM415-001 CHEM440-001

Adv Inorganic Chemistry Instrumental Analysis

4 4

BCHM120-001

Intro to Biological Chem

4

HH317 HH123 HH107

Must be concurrently enrolled in BCHM120-L01 lab

11:30–12:20 14:00–16:20 12:30–16:20

MWF R TR

545

CHEM100-001

Consumer Chemistry

4

PH229

Merga,Getahun

564

CHEM470-001

Modern Synthetic Tech

2

HH215

12:30–16:50

T

560

CHEM442-L01

Physical Chemistry Lab II

1

Merga,Getahun Murray,Desmond Randall,David

1

HH

Ahlberg,Lisa

16

1

HH325

Ahlberg,Lisa

16

0

HH220

Hayes,Ryan

30

0

HH221

Hayes,Ryan

30

1

HH318

Nowack,D David

16

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM432-001 class

13:30–17:20

T

553

CHEM242-L01

Organic Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM232-001 class

13:30–17:20

T

554

CHEM242-L02

Organic Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM232-001 class

14:30–17:20

M

547

CHEM132-L01

General Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM132-001 class

14:30–17:20

M

548

CHEM132-L02

General Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM132-001 class

14:30–18:30

M

544

BCHM430-L01

Biochemistry Lab

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Chemistry continued...) 15:00–17:50 W 542 BCHM120-L01

Course Title

Intro to Biological Chem Lab

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

18 Max Enrl

0

HH107

Nowack,D David

60

0 .5 .5 1

HH107 HH107 HH107 HH325

Murray,Desmond Murray,Desmond Murray,Desmond Ahlberg,Lisa

16

1

HH

Ahlberg,Lisa

18

0

HH220

Hayes,Ryan

30

0

HH221

Hayes,Ryan

30

Rorabeck,John

6

22 25 15 22 22 20 22

22 25 20 22 22 15

Must be concurrently enrolled in BCHM120-001 class

16:30–17:20 16:30–17:20 16:30–17:20 18:00–21:50

R R R T

551 557 558 555

CHEM210-001 CHEM312-001 CHEM412-001 CHEM242-L04

Current Chemistry Topics Seminar in Chemistry Seminar in Chemistry Organic Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM232-001 class

18:00–21:50

T

556

CHEM242-L03

Organic Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM232-001 class

18:30–21:20

M

549

CHEM132-L03

General Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM132-001 class

18:30–21:20

M

550

CHEM132-L04

General Chemistry II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM132-001 class

Arranged

561

CHEM410-001

Forensic Chemistry *

2

Must obtain instructor clearance two months prior to beginning of class

Communication Fall Semester 2012 08:00–09:15 08:30–09:45 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:20 15:30–16:20 17:00–18:15 17:00–18:15 17:00–19:45

TR TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MW MW TR TR MW T TR MW MW M

331 333 334 335 336 337 338 340 341 342 347 348 345 346 349 352 351 353 354 356

COMM104-001 COMM425-001 JOUR460-001 COMM104-005 COMM104-006 COMM280-001 COMM104-003 PREL320-001 COMM450-001 COMM446-001 PREL255-001 COMM320-001 JOUR375-001 JOUR230-001 COMM456-001 COMM230-001 JOUR441-001 COMM104-007 COMM104-008 COMM320-002

Communication Skills Media Literacy News Editing for Elctrnc Media Communication Skills Communication Skills Voice & Diction Communication Skills Mang PR Campgn&Specl Event Communication in the Classroom Gender Communication Intro to Public Relations Interpersonal Communication Photojournalism Beginning Media Writing Group Dynamics & Leadership Comm Practices Intro to News Production Communication Skills Communication Skills Interpersonal Communication

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3

NH217 BUL108 NH143 NH217 NH218 NH025 NH217 NH143 NH143 BUL108 BUL NH143 NH217 NH220 NH143 NH217 NH217 NH218 NH220

Staff Steyn,Delyse Jones,Patrice Staff Staff Matiko,Beverly Jones,Patrice Ponniah,Melchizedek Steyn,Delyse Michel,Debbie Ponniah,Melchizedek Jones,Patrice Jones,Patrice Michel,Debbie Michel,Debbie Steyn,Delyse Michel,Debbie Staff Staff Jones,Patrice

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 1-3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3

NH217 BUL108 NH218 NH217 NH218 NH143 NH024 BUL108 NH217 NH218 NH143 NH217 NH218 NH220 NH217 NH217 NH218 NH218 NH220 NH217 NH201 NH217 NH218 NH220 NH143

Staff Vernon,Desrene Steyn,Delyse Staff Staff Michel,Debbie Jones,Patrice Vernon,Desrene Jones,Patrice Staff Matiko,Beverly Michel,Debbie Steyn,Delyse Vernon,Desrene Ponniah,Melchizedek Michel,Debbie Ponniah,Melchizedek Steyn,Delyse Michel,Debbie Ponniah,Melchizedek Jones,Patrice Staff Staff Jones,Patrice Ponniah,Melchizedek

20 15 25

20

Spring Semester 2013 08:00–09:15 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–17:50 17:00–18:15 17:00–18:15 17:00–19:45 17:00–20:15

TR TR MWF TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR MW MW TR TR TR T MW MW M W

318 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 333 334 336 337 335 339 340 344 341 342 343 345

COMM104-001 JOUR140-001 COMM480-001 COMM104-005 COMM104-006 JOUR230-001 JOUR405-001 COMM432-001 COMM104-003 COMM104-004 COMM280-001 JOUR330-001 COMM215-001 COMM320-001 COMM454-001 JOUR442-001 COMM436-001 COMM405-001 JOUR440-001 PREL454-001 JOUR496-001 COMM104-007 COMM104-008 COMM320-002 PREL460-001

Communication Skills Media, Culture & Society Communicating for Community Communication Skills Communication Skills Beginning Media Writing Tech Literacy for Journalism Rsrch Mths in Communication Communication Skills Communication Skills Voice & Diction Advanced Media Writing Intro to Comm Theory Interpersonal Communication Selected Topics in Comm Advanced News Production Intercultural Communication Persuasion Magazine & Feature Writing Adv Public Relations Portfolio Communication Skills Communication Skills Interpersonal Communication Development

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Room Number

Instructor Name

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3,4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0,3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 1,2 1

NH023 NH143 NH023 NH023 NH220 NH NH NH201 BUL BUL250

Closser,Bruce Gray,Gary Staff Kim,Julia Moncrieff,Scott Jones Gray,Meredith Gray,Gary LaBianca,Asta Jones,Douglas Matiko,Beverly Staff Davis,D Ivan Warren,Joseph Staff Warren,Joseph Pittman,Monique Staff Staples,Dianne Closser,Bruce Gray,Gary Davis,D Ivan Bryson,Jeanette Moncrieff,Scott Wright,Rebecca Bryson,Jeanette Jones Gray,Meredith

Staff Staples,Dianne Staff Staples,Dianne Staff

Jones Gray,Meredith Staff Matiko,Beverly Warren,Joseph Moncrieff,Scott Jones Gray,Meredith Gray,Gary Staff Closser,Bruce Davis,D Ivan Staff Staff

Cr

19 Max Enrl

English Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:30–20:00 Arranged Arranged

MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MW MW MW TR MW TR TR TR TR T

1120 1132 1121 1122 1123 1126 1129 1131 1133 1134 1687 1124 1685 1125 1128 1140 1688 1138 1136 1127 1135 1139 1141 1137 1142 1686

ENGL115-001 ENGL371-001 ENGL115-002 ENGL115-003 ENGL115-004 ENGL215-001 ENGL267-001 ENGL300-001 ENGL403-001 ENGL403-002 ENGL215-003 ENGL115-005 ENGL255-001 ENGL115-006 ENGL220-001 ENGL464-001 ENGL215-004 ENGL460-001 ENGL437-001 ENGL215-002 ENGL430-001 ENGL461-001 ENGL467-001 ENGL459-001 ENGL490-001 ENGL498-001

English Composition I English Literature to 1600 English Composition I English Composition I English Composition I English Composition II Approaches to Literature Modern English Grammar 20th Century Lit in English 20th Century Lit in English English Composition II English Composition I Studies in Literature English Composition I Technical Writing Major Literary Author English Composition II Linguistics Teaching & Tutoring Writing English Composition II Top:Legal Writing&Rhetoric TESOL Theories & Methods Creative Writing:Poetry Methods of Teaching English TESL Practicum Senior Seminar

08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 13:00–13:50 13:00–13:50 13:00–13:50 14:00–14:50 14:00–14:50

MTWR 1112 MTWR 1116 MTWR 1611 MTWR 1619 M 1108 TWR MTWR 1113 MTWR 1117 MTWR 1613 MTWR 1621 M 1109 TWR MTWR 1114 MTWR 1118 MTWR 1615 MTWR 1623 M 1110 TWR MTWR 1111 MTWR 1115 MTWR 1617 MTWR 1119 MTWR 1625

ENSL130-210 ENSL130-310 ENSL135-001 ENSL145-001 ENSL130-110

Engl for Acad Purp:Int Grammar Engl for Acad Purp:Adv Grammar Intermediate Grammar Adv Grammar Review Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Grammar

0 0 4 4 0

ENSL130-220 ENSL130-320 ENSL138-001 ENSL168-001 ENSL130-120

Engl for Acad Purp:Int Reading Engl for Acad Purp:Adv Rdg&Dis Intermediate Reading Res Sem:Adv Rdg&Discussion Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Reading

0 0 4 4 0

ENSL130-230 ENSL130-330 ENSL137-001 ENSL167-001 ENSL130-130

Engl for Acad Purp:Int Writing Engl for Acad Purp:Adv Writing Intermediate Writing Research Seminar:Adv Writing Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Writing

0 0 4 4 0

ENSL130-140 ENSL130-240 ENSL136-001 ENSL130-340 ENSL155-001

Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Sp&Lstn Engl for Acad Purp:Int Sp&Lstn Intermed Speaking&Listening Engl for Acad Purp:Pronunciatn Pronunciation

0 0 4 0 4

NH201 NH200 NH201 NH200 BH114 NH024 BUL149 NH200 BUL149 NH200 BH114 NH024 NH203 NH200 NH203 NH200 BH114 NH024 BH114 NH200 NH200 NH200 NH200

Literature for Children English Composition I Advanced Composition American Literature to 1865 English Composition II English Composition II Approaches to Literature Creative Writing:Short Story English Composition I English Composition II Professional Writing English Composition I

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

NH218 NH023 NH143 NH NH220 NH NH NH023 NH023 BUL207 NH NH023

BUL NH NH NH218 NH143 NH201 NH143 NH NH143 NH201 NH220 NH143

22 22 22 22 18 20

18 22 22 15 18 12 18

12

Center for Intensive English Programs

Staples,Dianne Bryson,Jeanette Staples,Dianne Bryson,Jeanette Staff Bryson,Jeanette Staples,Dianne Bryson,Jeanette Staples,Dianne Staff Staff LaBianca,Asta LaBianca,Asta LaBianca,Asta LaBianca,Asta

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20

MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF

585 569 586 1618 574 575 581 591 570 576 582 571

ENGL407-001 ENGL115-001 ENGL438-001 ENGL273-001 ENGL215-001 ENGL215-002 ENGL267-001 ENGL467-001 ENGL115-002 ENGL215-003 ENGL315-001 ENGL115-003

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

22

18 18

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(English continued...) 11:30–12:20 MWF 572 12:30–13:45 MW 577 12:30–13:45 MW 588 12:30–13:45 MW 592 12:30–13:45 MW 1619 12:30–13:45 TR 578 12:30–13:45 TR 583 12:30–13:45 TR 587 14:00–15:15 MW 584 14:00–15:15 TR 573 15:30–16:45 MW 589 15:30–18:00 M 1621 15:30–16:45 W 15:30–18:00 M 1624 15:30–16:45 W Arranged 593 Arranged 1620

Course Title

Cr

ENGL115-004 ENGL215-004 ENGL450-001 ENGL469-001 ENGL220-001 ENGL215-005 ENGL345-001 ENGL440-001 ENGL404-001 ENGL185-001 ENGL462-001 ENGL430-001

English Composition I English Composition II Literary Criticism & Theory Second Language Acquisition Technical Writing English Composition II Intro to Rhetoric Language & Cultures New Global Literatures Much Ado About English TESOL Pedagogy & Practice Top:Film

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 4 3

ENGL255-001

Studies in Literature:Film

3

ENGL490-001 ENGL497-001

TESL Practicum Writing Internship

Room Number

Instructor Name

NH NH023 NH NH143

Staff Staff Moncrieff,Scott Kim,Julia Warren,Joseph Gray,Gary Davis,D Ivan Staples,Dianne Warren,Joseph Jones,Douglas Staff Moncrieff,Scott

NH023 NH143 NH201 NH143 NH NH143 SH116 SH116 SH116 SH116

1,2 1-3

Moncrieff,Scott Bryson,Jeanette Gray,Gary

Engr, Computer Sci & Engr Tech Fall Semester 2012 08:00–09:15 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 14:00–16:45 08:30–09:20 15:30–18:15 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 10:00–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–17:00 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–18:15 17:30–18:45 19:00–21:00 Arranged Arranged

MW 376 MWF 374 TR 364 MWF 371 T TR 367 W TR 387 MTWR 366 MWF 381 MWF 375 R R 390 MTW 380 MWF 377 MWF 378 MWF 383 MW 388 TR 370 TR 389 TR 365 TR MR 373 MW 368 MW 372 TR 369 MW 385 TR 379 W 382 386 392

ENGR415-001 ENGR340-001 ENGR120-001 ENGR325-001

Virtual Instrumentation Mechanics of Materials Intro to Engineering&Design Electronics II

3 3 2 3

ENGR225-001

Circuit Analysis

3

CPTR485-001 CPTR151-001 CPTR437-001 ENGR410-001

Computer Graphics Computer Science I Formal Theory of Computation Feedback Control Systems

3 4 3 3

ENGR491-001 ENGR435-001 CPTR416-001 ENGR420-001 CPTR440-001 CPTR487-001 ENGR320-001 CPTR491-001 ENGR125-001

Senior Design Project Electromagnetic Fields Internet Technologies Machine Design Operating Systems Artificial Intelligence Manufacturing Processes Computing Capstone I Engineering Graphics

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

ENGR335-001 CPTR276-001 ENGR330-001 CPTR310-001 ENGR470-001 ENGR425-001 ENGR450-001 ENGR475-001 ENGR496-001

Logic Circuit Design Data Structures&Algorithms Thermodynamics Database Application Prog Finite Element Methods Project Management Engineering Economy Topics: * Cooperative Wk Exp: *

3 3 3 3 3 3 2 1-4 1-4

HYH316 HYH307 HYH321 HYH319 HYH319 HYH307 HYH319 HYH316 HYH307 HYH321 HYH316 HYH325 HYH316 HYH316 HYH321 HYH307 HYH321 HYH321 HYH307 HYH316 HYH321 HYH317 HYH319 HYH321 HYH316 HYH307 HYH316 HYH316 HYH316

De Groot,Donald Ng,Boon-Chai Kwon,Hyun Lovhoiden,Gunnar Lovhoiden,Gunnar Thorman,Stephen Wolfer,William Thorman,Stephen Kwon,Hyun Lovhoiden,Gunnar De Groot,Donald Villafane,Roy Ng,Boon-Chai Villafane,Roy Staff Ng,Boon-Chai Wolfer,William Agoki,George Lovhoiden,Gunnar Wolfer,William Kwon,Hyun Villafane,Roy Agoki,George Agoki,George Anderson,Terry Staff Staff

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 15:30–18:15 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20 15:30–18:15 09:30–10:20 15:30–18:15 09:30–11:20

MWF MWF MWF TR M MWF MWF MWF T MWF W TR R TR

349 351 372 355

CPTR125-001 ENGR185-001 ENGR492-001 ENGR350-001

Computer Programming: (topic) Engineering Statics Senior Design Project Sensors & Actuators

3 3 3 3

353 363 317

ENGR285-001 ENGR440-001 ENGR180-001

Engineering Dynamics Heat and Mass Transfer Materials Science

3 3 4

357

ENGR385-001

Microprocessor Systems

4

352

ENGR275-001

Electronics I

3

358

ENGR390-001

Engineering Measurements Lab

2

HYH321 HYH307 HYH325 HYH319 HYH319 HYH321 HYH316 HYH307 HYH307 HYH319 HYH319 HYH321 HYH319 HYH307

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Thorman,Stephen Ng,Boon-Chai Lovhoiden,Gunnar Lovhoiden,Gunnar Agoki,George Kwon,Hyun Ng,Boon-Chai Lovhoiden,Gunnar Lovhoiden,Gunnar Ng,Boon-Chai

20 Max Enrl

22 18

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Engr, Computer Sci & 10:00–11:15 TR 1626 10:30–11:20 MWF 356 10:30–11:20 MWF 365 13:00–16:30 T 11:30–12:20 MWF 350 11:30–12:20 MWF 364 14:00–15:15 MW 359 14:00–15:15 MW 371 14:00–15:15 TR 367 15:30–16:45 TR 354 15:30–16:45 TR 360 17:00–18:15 TR 361 17:00–18:15 TR 366 17:00–19:45 M 1625 Arranged 368 Arranged 369 Arranged 370 Arranged 375

Course Title

Cr

Engr Tech continued...) CPTR465-001 Computer Architecture ENGR360-001 Fluid Dynamics ENGR455-001 Communication Systems

3 3 4

CPTR152-001 CPTR450-001 CPTR425-001 CPTR492-001 CPTR467-001 ENGR310-001 CPTR427-001 ENGR430-001 ENGR465-001 CPTR460-001 CPTR475-001 ENGR475-001 ENGR485-001 ENGR496-001

Computer Science II Network Computing&Architecture Programming Languages Computing Capstone II Database Concepts & Theory Linear System Analysis Object Oriented Desn&Programng Quality Control Operations Analysis & Modeling Software Engineering Topics in: Topics: Community Projct in Engineerng Cooperative Wk Exp: *

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-4 1-4 4-6 1-4

Room Number

Instructor Name

HYH316 HYH321 HYH316 HYH325 HYH307 HYH321 HYH321 HYH316 HYH321 HYH316 HYH321 HYH307 HYH316 HYH307

Thorman,Stephen Kwon,Hyun De Groot,Donald

21 Max Enrl

Wolfer,William Villafane,Roy Staff Wolfer,William Villafane,Roy Kwon,Hyun Staff Smith,Gregory Agoki,George Wolfer,William Staff Staff Staff Staff

General & Interdisciplinary St Fall Semester 2012 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

1626 1627 1628 1630

GNST116-001 GNST116-002 GNST298-001 IDSC296-001

Academic Tutorial Support * Academic Tutorial Support PLA: Student Miss/Taskforce Exp

1-4 1-4 1-36 0

GRE Stnd Test Prep:Quant GRE Stnd Test Prep:Verbal Academic Tutorial Support * Academic Tutorial Support PLA: Student Miss/Taskforce Exp

1 1 1-4 1-4 1-36 0

Snorrason,Erling Snorrason,Erling Staff Staff

0

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

R T

1068 1067 1064 1065 1066 1070

GNST417-001 GNST416-001 GNST116-001 GNST116-002 GNST298-001 IDSC296-001

BH181 BH181

Staff Staff Snorrason,Erling Snorrason,Erling Staff Staff

History/Political Science Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 17:30–19:00 17:30–19:00 Arranged

MWF MWF TR TR MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MW MW TR TR TR T T

272 288 283 294 274 290 1484 282 287 293 275 291 276 285 279 292 281 289 1667 277 278 284

HIST117-001 PLSC104-001 HIST435-001 PLSC237-001 HIST117-002 PLSC437-001 HIST118-001 HIST290-001 PHIL224-001 PLSC298-001 HIST117-003 PLSC365-001 HIST204-001 HIST434-001 HIST316-001 PLSC225-001 HIST420-001 PLSC456-001 PLSC316-001 HIST277-001 PLSC277-001 HIST459-001

Civilizations & Ideas I American Government Union & Disunion 1789-1865 Individual, State & Mktplace Civilizations & Ideas I Top:Democratization Civilizations & Ideas II Research Seminar Introduction to Philosophy Research Seminar Civilizations & Ideas I American Foreign Relations American Experience I Discovery to Nation 1492-1789 Hist of the Christian Church I Comparative Politics Revolutions&Reaction 1789-1917 Clsscl,Medvl&Early Mdrn Pol Th Legal Writing & Rhetoric History Colloquium Political Science Colloquium Spec Methods Tch Hist&Soc Stu

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 3

MH107 BUL149

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Strayer,Brian Wood,Gary Silva Banks,Kathryn Myers,Marcella Bates,Robert Myers,Marcella Silva Banks,Kathryn Silva Banks,Kathryn Wood,Gary Myers,Marcella Strayer,Brian Wood,Gary Silva Banks,Kathryn Strayer,Brian Markovic,John Myers,Marcella Markovic,John Wood,Gary Geraty,Brent Markovic,John Markovic,John Strayer,Brian

30 30 0


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

22 Max Enrl

(History/Political Science continued...)

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 17:30–19:00 17:30–19:00

MWF MWF TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MW MW TR MW TR T T

255 268 262 271 275 256 272 1034 273 257 270 258 263 261 269 274 264 265 259 260

HIST118-001 PLSC104-001 HIST469-001 PLSC329-001 PLSC458-001 HIST117-001 PLSC410-001 HIST118-002 PLSC435-001 HIST118-003 PHIL224-001 HIST205-001 HIST404-001 HIST317-001 PLSC120-001 PLSC437-001 HIST480-001 HIST488-001 HIST277-001 PLSC277-001

Civilizations & Ideas II American Government America World Power 1939-Pres Amer Politicl Inst:Bureaucracy American Political Thought Civilizations & Ideas I Comprtv Political Theory&Methd Civilizations & Ideas II Public Policy Civilizations & Ideas II Introduction to Philosophy American Experience II Adventist Heritage Hst of the Christian Church II Analyzing Politics Topics:Political Utopianism Senior Seminar Faith and History History Colloquium Political Science Colloquium

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0

Strayer,Brian Wood,Gary Silva Banks,Kathryn Myers,Marcella Wood,Gary Bates,Robert Myers,Marcella Silva Banks,Kathryn Myers,Marcella Strayer,Brian Wood,Gary Silva Banks,Kathryn Strayer,Brian Markovic,John Myers,Marcella Wood,Gary Strayer,Brian Markovic,John Markovic,John Markovic,John

International Language Studies Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 14:00–14:50 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 14:00–14:50 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 14:00–14:50 11:30–12:20 15:00–15:50 11:30–12:30 14:00–14:50 12:30–13:20 16:00–16:50 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 18:30–19:20 17:00–18:15 17:00–18:15 18:30–19:20 Arranged Arranged

MWF 441 R MTWF 442 R MWF 440 R MTWR 444 F MWF 443 R MWF 455 R MWF 454 R MWF 457 R MW 456 MW 458 MW 460 TR 461 R TR 463 MW 462 W 464 467

FREN275-001

Intermediate French

4

Badenas,Sonia

20

FREN171-001

Elem French I

3

Badenas,Sonia

20

ITLN141-001

Elementary Italian I

3

Staff

20

SPAN275-001

Intermediate Spanish

4

Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20

SPAN171-001

Elem Spanish I

3

Navia,Pedro

20

SPAN172-001

Elem Spanish II

3

Staff

20

SPAN171-002

Elem Spanish I

3

Navia,Pedro

20

SPAN171-003

Elem Spanish I

3

Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20

PORT420-001 FREN415-001 SPAN420-001 SPAN447-001

Portuguese Literature&Culture Adv French Communication Adv Span Written&Oral Comm Spanish for Translation

3 3 3 3

Navia,Elaine Badenas,Sonia Perez-Schulz,Ruben Navia,Pedro

20 20 20 20

SPAN416-001 SPAN325-001

Spanish for Native Speakers Spanish for Medical Profession

3 3

Navia,Pedro Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20 20

INLS330-001 INLS490-001

French/Span Serv Fieldwk Lang Intl Trade Internshp/Prac

1-2 3

Navia,Pedro Navia,Pedro

25

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 15:00–15:50 09:30–10:20 14:00–14:50 10:30–11:20 14:00–14:50 10:30–11:20 14:00–14:50 10:30–11:20 15:00–15:50 11:30–12:20 16:00–16:50 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 17:00–17:50

MWF R MWF T MWF R MWF R MWF R MWF R MW TR R

1631 FREN367-001

French Composition

3

Badenas,Sonia

20

377

ITLN142-002

Elementary Italian II

3

Staff

20

378

FREN172-001

Elem French II

3

Badenas,Sonia

20

379

SPAN171-001

Elem Spanish I

3

Navia,Elaine

20

380

SPAN172-001

Elem Spanish II

3

Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20

381

SPAN172-002

Elem Spanish II

3

Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20

382 383

PORT430-001 FREN460-001

Contemporary Brazilian Culture French for Intl Trade

3 3

Navia,Elaine Badenas,Sonia

20 20

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(International Language 14:30–15:20 R 393 15:30–16:45 MW 15:30–16:45 TR 385 17:00–18:15 MW 386 18:30–19:20 M 17:00–18:15 TR 387 18:30–19:20 T 18:30–19:45 R 388 Arranged 390 Arranged 392

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

23 Max Enrl

Studies continued...) SPAN367-001 Spanish Composition

3

Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20

SPAN434-001 SPAN488-001

Spanish Culture & Ethics Spanish for Interntnl Relatns

3 3

Navia,Pedro Perez-Schulz,Ruben

20 20

SPAN446-001

Spanish & Latin American Drama

3

Navia,Pedro

20

SPAN438-001 INLS330-001 INLS490-001

Mexico & Centrl Amercn Culture French/Span Serv Fieldwk Lang Intl Trade Internshp/Prac *

3 1-2 3

Navia,Pedro Navia,Pedro Navia,Pedro

25

Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Weldon,Lynelle Kang,Joon Hyuk

30 22

Kang,Joon Hyuk Kang,Joon Hyuk Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Moore,Bob

25 50 22

Mathematics Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20

MWF MWF

308 309

MATH145-001 MATH091-001

Reasoning with Functions Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

3 3

HYH114 HYH317

09:30–10:20

MWF

310

MATH092-001

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20

MWF TR

312 311

STAT285-001 MATH167-001

Elementary Statistics Precalculus Trigonometry

3 2

HYH111 HYH114

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20

MTWR 315 MTWR 316 MWF 313

MATH166-001 MATH168-001 MATH091-002

Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

3 4 3

HH107 HH107 HYH317

10:30–11:20

MWF

314

MATH092-002

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

11:30–12:20

MWF

317

MATH091-003

Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

3

HYH317

11:30–12:20

MWF

318

MATH092-003

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

11:30–12:20

MWF

319

MATH475-001

Geometry

3

HYH114

8 45 35

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

8 22 8 35

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20

F 324 MTWR 322 MTWR 323 MWF 320

MATH389-001 MATH191-001 MATH240-001 MATH091-004

Mathematics Colloquium Calculus I Calculus III Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

0 4 4 3

HYH133 HYH111 HYH114 HYH317

12:30–13:20

MWF

321

MATH092-004

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15

MW TR

325 326

MATH215-001 MATH405-001

Intro to Linear Algebra Applied Mathematics

3 3

HYH114 HYH113

Moore,Bob Weldon,Lynelle Oh,Yun Myung Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Oh,Yun Myung Kang,Joon Hyuk

15:30–16:45

TR

327

MATH145-002

Reasoning with Functions

3

HYH114

Moore,Bob

30

40 20

45 35

8 35 35

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20

MWF MWF

287 289

MATH145-001 MATH091-001

Reasoning with Functions Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

3 3

HYH114 HYH317

09:30–10:20

MWF

290

MATH092-001

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20

MWF 291 MWF 292 MTWR 295 MTWR 296 MWF 293

MATH166-001 STAT285-001 MATH168-002 MATH195-001 MATH091-002

Precalculus Algebra Elementary Statistics Precalculus Calculus I for Biology Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

3 3 4 4 3

HYH111 HYH133 HYH114 HYH111 HYH317

10:30–11:20

MWF

294

MATH092-002

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

11:30–12:20

MWF

297

MATH091-003

Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

3

HYH317

11:30–12:20

MWF

298

MATH092-003

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

11:30–12:20

MWF

299

MATH441-001

Abstract Algebra

3

HYH111

Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Kang,Joon Hyuk Weldon,Lynelle Kang,Joon Hyuk Henson,Shandelle Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Prince,Marian Weldon,Lynelle Weldon,Lynelle

0 4

HYH133 HYH111

Moore,Bob Moore,Bob

10 35 50 40 35 20 10 20 10 35

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20

F 303 MTWR 302

MATH389-001 MATH191-001

Mathematics Colloquium Calculus I

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

35


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

24 Max Enrl

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

35 20

35 45

(Mathematics continued...) 12:30–13:20 MTWR 304 MATH192-001 12:30–13:20 MWF 300 MATH091-004

Calculus II Arithmetic & Algebra Review I

4 3

HYH114 HYH317

12:30–13:20

MWF

301

MATH092-004

Arithmetic & Algebra Review II

3

HYH113

12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:20 15:30–16:45

MW 305 MW 307 TR 308 TR 309 MTWR 288 MW 306

STAT340-001 MATH355-001 MATH286-001 MATH145-002 MATH168-001 MATH408-001

Probability Theory/Stat App Discrete Math Differential Equations Reasoning with Functions Precalculus Complex Analysis

3 3 3 3 4 3

HYH133 HYH114 HYH114 HYH133 HYH114 HYH113

Oh,Yun Myung Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Umlauf,Amanda Weldon,Lynelle Kang,Joon Hyuk Moore,Bob Oh,Yun Myung Staff Vence,Abdias Oh,Yun Myung

16:15–17:30 17:00–18:15

TR TR

MATH375-001 STAT285-002

Secondary School Math Teaching Elementary Statistics

3 3

HYH113 HYH114

Moore,Bob Staff

3 3 1 2

HAMEL304 HAMEL304 HAMEL104 HAMEL304

Doukhan,Lilianne Doukhan,Lilianne Thompson,Trina Gonzalez,Claudio

3

HAMEL104

Thompson,Trina

2

HAMEL304

Mitchell,Alan

3

HAMEL104

Logan,Kenneth

1 3

HAMEL104 HAMEL104

Thompson,Trina Flores,Carlos

1-3 1 1 1 1 1

HAMEL214 HAMEL104 HAMEL304 HAMEL304 PMC HOWARD

Mitchell,Alan Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Gonzalez,Claudio

3

HAMEL104

Yun,Chi Yong

3 3

HAMEL304 HAMEL214

Cady,Arielle Trynchuk,Carla

2

HAMEL104

Gonzalez,Claudio

1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1-3 1-2 0 1 0

HAMEL304 HAMEL304 HOWARD HAMEL304

Yun,Chi Yong Yun,Chi Yong Mitchell,Alan Zork,Stephen Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Lindsay,Julia Flores,Carlos

10 35 35 35 45 40 35

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

310 311

Music Fall Semester 2012 08:00–09:15 08:30–09:45 09:00–09:50 09:30–10:20

MW TR TR MW

468 469 472 470

MUHL258-001 MUHL447-001 MUCT151-001 MUED301-001

American & World Music Mus Lit&Style Classcl&Baroque Ear Training Laboratory Conducting I

09:30–10:20

MWF

471

MUCT141-001

Music Thry I:Intro to Harmony

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014 Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT151

10:00–10:50

TR

474

MUED380-001

Woodwind Methods Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

10:30–11:20

MWF

475

MUCT454-001

Orchestration Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20

TR MWF

477 476

MUCT153-001 MUCT241-001

Ear Training Laboratory III Music Thry III:Chromatic Hrmny

11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 13:30–15:00 19:00–20:30 14:00–15:15

MWF F F MW TR F TR MW

478 479 480 481 483 492

MUED430-001 MUPF346-001 MUPF347-001 MUPF385-001 MUPF336-001 MUPF330-001

Topic:Current Issues in Mus Ed Men’s Chorus Ladies Chorus University Singers University Chorale University Orchestra

484

MUED427-001

Piano Pedagogy

Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT153

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15

MW MW

486 488

MUHL214-001 MUED429-001

Enjoyment of Music String Pedagogy

15:00–15:50

TR

487

MUED379-001

String Methods

50

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014 Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

15:30–16:30 15:30–16:30 17:00–18:15 19:00–21:00 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M M MWR T

504 505 490 491 493 494 495 496 497 499 500 503 518

MUPF405-001 MUPF410-001 MUPF334-001 MUPF335-001 MUPF339-001 MUPF396H-050 MUPF496H-050 MUPF397-001 MUPF495-001 MUPF497-001 MUPF490-001 MUED430-002 MUPF489-001

528 529 530 531

MUPF170-001 MUPF270-001 MUPF370-001 MUPF470-001

Keyboard Accompaniment Collaborative Piano Wind Symphony I Cantori Chamber Music Ensemble Honors Music Recital(Junior) * Honors Music Recital-Senior * Recital * Independent Study * Recital * Recital Continuation Topics in:Opera Production Recital Attendance

0

0 0 0

Non-Music Major Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

Applied Applied Applied Applied

Music-First Yr - Area * Music-Sophomore (Area) * Music-Junior(Area) * Music-Senior (Area) *

1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Staff Staff Staff Staff

0 0 0 0


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Instructor Name

25 Max Enrl

1-2

Staff

0

1-2

Staff

0

1-2

Staff

0

1-2

Staff

0

1-3

Staff

0

1-3

Staff

0

1-3

Staff

0

1-3

Staff

0

Cr

Room Number

(Music continued...)

Non-Perf Major/Minor Arranged

520

MUPF164-001

Applied Music-First Yr - Area * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Arranged

521

MUPF264-001

Applied Music-Sophomore (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Arranged

522

MUPF364-001

Applied Music-Junior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Arranged

523

MUPF464-001

Applied Music-Senior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Performance Major Arranged

524

MUPF165-001

Applied Music-First Yr - Area * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Arranged

525

MUPF265-001

Applied Music-Sophomore (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Arranged

526

MUPF365-001

Applied Music-Junior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Arranged

527

MUPF465-001

Applied Music-Senior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Spring Semester 2013 08:00–09:15 08:30–09:45 09:00–09:50

MW TR TR

394 395 398

MUHL448-001 MUHL446-001 MUED378-001

Mus Lit&Style Romantic&20th CT Mus Lit&Style Antiquity&Rensce Vocal Methods

09:00–09:50 09:30–10:20

TR MW

421 396

MUCT152-001 MUED302-001

Ear Training Laboratory II Conducting II

09:30–10:20

MWF

397

MUCT142-001

Music Thry II:Diatonic Hrmny

3 3 2

HAMEL304 HAMEL304 HAMEL214

Doukhan,Lilianne Doukhan,Lilianne Lindsay,Julia

1 2

HAMEL104 HAMEL304

Thompson,Trina Gonzalez,Claudio

3

HAMEL104

Thompson,Trina

HAMEL304 HAMEL104 HAMEL104 HAMEL304 HAMEL104 HAMEL304 PMC HOWARD HOWARD HAMEL104 HAMEL304

Cady,Arielle Thompson,Trina Flores,Carlos Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Gonzalez,Claudio

HAMEL304 HOWARD HAMEL304

Yun,Chi Yong Mitchell,Alan Zork,Stephen Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Yun,Chi Yong Flores,Carlos

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014 Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT152

10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 13:30–15:00 19:00–20:30 14:00–14:50 14:00–15:15

TR TR MWF F F MW TR F TR TR MW

399 1036 401 402 1035 403 404 410

MUHL214-001 MUCT154-001 MUCT242-001 MUPF347-001 MUPF346-001 MUPF385-001 MUPF336-001 MUPF330-001

Enjoyment of Music Ear Training Laboratory IV Mus Thry IV:Chrm to Post-Tonal Ladies Chorus Men’s Chorus University Singers University Chorale University Orchestra

3 1 3 1 1 1 1 1

405 407

MUCT251-001 MUED428-001

Music Technology Lab I String Literature

1 3

15:30–16:30 17:00–18:15 19:00–21:00 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M 420 MWR 408 T 409 411 412 413 414 416 417 424 422 436

MUPF405-001 MUPF334-001 MUPF335-001 MUPF339-001 MUPF396H-050 MUPF397-001 MUPF495-001 MUPF497-001 MUPF490-001 MUED430-001 MUPF410-001 MUPF489-001

Keyboard Accompaniment Wind Symphony I Cantori Chamber Music Ensemble Honors Music Recital(Junior) * Recital * Independent Study * Recital * Recital Continuation Topics in: (Topic) * Collaborative Piano Recital Attendance

Logan,Kenneth Trynchuk,Carla

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

1 1 1 1 1 1 1-3 1-2 0 1-3 1 0

Non-Music Major Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

446 447 448 449

MUPF170-001 MUPF270-001 MUPF370-001 MUPF470-001

Arranged

438

MUPF164-001

Applied Applied Applied Applied

Music-First Yr - Area * Music-Sophomore (Area) * Music-Junior(Area) * Music-Senior (Area) *

1-2 1-2 1-2 1-2

Staff Staff Staff Staff

1-2

Staff

1-2

Staff

1-2

Staff

1-2

Staff

Non-Perf Major/Minor Applied Music-First Yr - Area * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Arranged

439

MUPF264-001

Applied Music-Sophomore (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Arranged

440

MUPF364-001

Applied Music-Junior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Arranged

441

MUPF464-001

Applied Music-Senior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

26 Max Enrl

(Music continued...)

Performance Major Arranged

442

MUPF165-001

Applied Music-First Yr - Area *

1-3

Staff

1-3

Staff

1-3

Staff

1-3

Staff

Topics in:

1-4

Russell,Glenn

38

PHYS475-001 PHYS411-001 PHYS115-001

Physics Review Theoretical Mechanics Mythbusting

2.5 2.5 4

Summerscales,Tiffany Rowland,S Clark Kutzner,Mickey

22

PHYS141-001

General Physics

HYH207 HYH207 HYH133 HYH217 HYH133

Summerscales,Tiffany

92

Burdick,Gary Burdick,Gary Kingman,Robert Thorman,Stephen

32

Mattingly,Margarita Cross,Brendan

92 28

Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Arranged

443

MUPF265-001

Applied Music-Sophomore (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Arranged

444

MUPF365-001

Applied Music-Junior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Arranged

445

MUPF465-001

Applied Music-Senior (Area) * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Physical Therapy Spring Semester 2013 Arranged

937

PTH460-001

Physics Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 14:30–16:20 10:30–11:20

MTWRF1725 MTWRF1722 MWF 1697 T MTWRF1689

4

Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS141 lab

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 19:30–21:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–15:00

MTWRF1698 MTWRF1699 MWF 1723 MWF 1694 M F 1702 W 1691

PHYS241-001 PHYS241H-001 PHYS431-001 PHYS110-001

Phys for Scientists&Engineers Hons Phys for Scientist&Engr Electricity & Magnetism Astronomy

4 4 3 4

PHYS277-001 PHYS141-L02

Physics Colloquium General Physics Lab

0 0

HYH207 HYH207 HYH207 HYH133 HYH219 HYH133 HYH219

14:30–17:00

T

1690 PHYS141-L01

General Physics Lab

0

HYH219

Cross,Brendan

28

1 1 0

HYH HYH233 HYH219

Cross,Brendan Summerscales,Tiffany Cross,Brendan

0 0 0

0

HYH219

Cross,Brendan

28

Physics for Sci Lab Hons Physics for Sci Lab Optics Solid State Physics

1 1 2.5 2.5

HYH217 HYH217

Rowland,S Clark Rowland,S Clark Staff Staff

22 22 0 0

PHYS420-001 PHYS430-001 PHYS225-001

Adv Topics in:Relativity Thermodynamics&Stat Mechanics Sound & Waves

2.5 2.5 4

Kingman,Robert Summerscales,Tiffany Thorman,Stephen

32 22

PHYS142-001

General Physics

HYH207 HYH207 HYH HYH217 HYH133

Summerscales,Tiffany

92

Mattingly,Margarita Mattingly,Margarita Summerscales,Tiffany Kingman,Robert Mattingly,Margarita Cross,Brendan

32

28

Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS141-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS141-001 class

14:30–18:30 14:30–18:30 15:30–18:00

T T R

1721 PHYS377-001 1726 PHYS477-001 1693 PHYS141-L04

Adv Physics Lab I Advanced Physics Lab II General Physics Lab

15:30–18:00

W

1692 PHYS141-L03

General Physics Lab

Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS141-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS141-001 class

15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged

M M

1700 1701 1720 1724

PHYS271-001 PHYS271H-001 PHYS350-001 PHYS460-001

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 14:30–17:30 10:30–11:20

MTWRF1641 MTWRF1642 MWF 1636 W MTWRF1632

4

Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS142-L01 or L02 lab

10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 19:30–21:20 12:30–13:30 12:30–15:00

MTWRF1637 MWF 1643 MWF 1644 T F 1639 W 1633

PHYS242-001 PHYS432-001 PHYS110-001

Phys for Scientists & Engr Electricity & Magnetism Astronomy

4 3 4

PHYS277-001 PHYS142-L01

Physics Colloquium General Physics Lab

0 0

HYH207 HYH207 HYH133 HYH219 HYH133 HYH219

14:30–18:30 14:30–18:30 15:30–18:00

T T T

1655 PHYS377-001 1656 PHYS477-001 1635 PHYS142-L03

Adv Physics Lab I Advanced Physics Lab II General Physics Lab

1 1 0

HYH217 HYH233 HYH219

Cross,Brendan Summerscales,Tiffany Cross,Brendan

6 6 0

15:30–18:00

W

1634 PHYS142-L02

General Physics Lab

0

HYH219

Cross,Brendan

28

1 2.5

HYH217

Summerscales,Tiffany Staff

22 0

28 92 28

Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS142-001 class

Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS142-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in PHYS142-001 class

15:30–18:30 Arranged

M

1638 PHYS272-001 1640 PHYS416-001

Physics for Sci Lab Biophysics

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

27 Max Enrl

Room Number

Instructor Name

Gallos,Erhard Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben Petersen,Paul 50 Russell,Glenn 35 Schafer,Rahel 55 Petersen,Paul 30 Zork,Susan 55 Staff 45 Gallos,Erhard 55 Schafer,Rahel Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben 35 Schafer,Rahel Gallos,Erhard 40 Zork,Susan 55 Russell,Glenn 55 Zork,Susan 55 Petersen,Paul 35 Schafer,Rahel 35 Russell,Glenn Zork,Susan Markovic,John Russell,Glenn 40 Jeroncic,Ante Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben Russell,Glenn Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben 55 Zork,Susan Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben 45 Staff

Religion/Biblical Languages Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 18:00–19:15 Arranged

MTWRF1577 MWF 1578 MWF 1579 MWF 1580 MWF 1581 TR 1592 TR 1594 TR 1596 MWF 1582 MWF 1583 TR 1593 TR 1595 TR 1597 TR 1598 MWF 1584 MWF 1585 MWF 1586 MWF 1587 T 1599 T 1600 MW 280 MW 1588 MW 1589 TR 1601 TR 1602 MW 1590 MR 1591 TR 1603 1642

BIBL211-001 BIBL311-001 RELT225-001 RELP441-001 RELT100-001 RELB406-001 RELT100-004 RELT340-001 RELT100-002 BIBL321-001 RELB115-001 BIBL427-001 RELT308-001 RELT100-005 RELT100-003 RELT250-001 RELB111-001 RELB214-001 RELP200-001 RELP200-002 RELH316-001 RELP335-001 RELT325-001 RELG160-001 RELP330-001 RELB210-001 RELP400-001 RELT250-002 RELG496-001

Elementary Greek I Intermediate Greek I Doctrines of Adventist Faith Intro to Pastoral Ministry God & Human Life Studies in Daniel & Revelation God & Human Life Relg & Ethics in Modrn Society God & Human Life Elementary Hebrew Hermeneutics Hebrew Exegesis The Gift of Prophecy God & Human Life God & Human Life Personal Spirituality & Faith Intro to the Old Testament Law & Writings Old Testament Pastoral Practicum Pastoral Practicum History of the Christian Ch I Foundations Youth Ministry Theology I Topics: (Topic) Homiletcs-Intro to Preaching Jesus in His Time & Ours Senior Sem:Health Professions Personal Spirituality & Faith Special Proj in Religion (Top)

3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 2 2,3 3 3 3 3 3 0 0 3 3 3 1-3 2 3 3 3 1-3

NH220 BUL106 BUL BUL150 NH BUL150 BUL153 BUL BUL153 BUL106 BUL108 BUL106 BUL150 BUL153 BUL108 BUL153 BUL153 BUL150 BUL153 BUL153

Elementary Greek II Intermediate Greek II God & Human Life Personal Spirituality & Faith God & Human Life Relg & Ethics in Modrn Society Personal Spirituality & Faith Intermediate Hebrew Jesus in His Time & Ours Relg & Ethics in Modrn Society Intro to the New Testament Modern Trends in Relg&Society God & Human Life Top:Iss in Biblical Prophecy Topics in Religion (Topic) Christian Business Ethics Pastoral Practicum Pastoral Practicum Theology II History of the Christian Ch II Topics in Religion (Topic) Prophets of Israel Ministerial Candidacy Seminar Doctrines of Adventist Faith Acts & Epistles Homiletics-Expository Prching Homiletics-Evang&Spec Ev Prch Preparation for Mission Serv Special Proj in Religion (Top)

3 2 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-3 3 0 0 3 3 1-3 3 1 3 3 1 1 2 1-3

BUL150 BUL106 BUL153 BUL108 BUL BUL153 BUL108 BUL BUL BUL108 BUL BUL106 BUL

BUL BUL150 BUL150 BUL108

BUL150

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–14:50 14:00–15:15 18:00–19:45 18:00–20:00 18:00–20:00 Arranged Arranged

MTWRF1037 MWF 1038 MWF 1039 MWF 1040 TR 1055 MWF 1041 MWF 1044 MWF 1045 TR 1056 TR 1057 MWF 1046 MWF 1047 MWF 1048 MWF 1627 MWF 1049 MWF 1095 T 1058 T 1059 MW 1050 MW 1051 TR 1060 TR 1061 M 1052 MW 1053 TR 1062 M 1054 M 1628 1063 1086

BIBL212-001 BIBL312-001 RELT100-001 RELT250-001 RELT100-004 RELT340-001 RELT250-002 BIBL322-001 RELB210-001 RELT340-002 RELB112-001 RELT445-001 RELT100-003 RELG360-002 RELG360-001 RELT390-001 RELP200-001 RELP200-002 RELT326-001 RELH317-001 RELG360-004 RELB476-001 RELP482-001 RELT225-001 RELB335-001 RELP336-001 RELP338-001 RELP325-001 RELG496-001

BUL CSH210 BUL153 BUL BUL150 BUL BUL150 BUL150 BUL108 BUL150 BUL

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Gallos,Erhard Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben Zork,Susan 55 Schafer,Rahel 45 Russell,Glenn 45 Gallos,Erhard 50 Zork,Susan 45 Schafer,Rahel Gallos,Erhard 45 Sciarabba,Davide 45 Gallos,Erhard 35 Jeroncic,Ante 35 Schafer,Rahel 45 Petersen,Paul 40 Russell,Glenn 50 Gibson,Annetta Russell,Glenn Zork,Susan Jeroncic,Ante Markovic,John Zork,Susan 45 Schafer,Rahel 35 Petersen,Paul Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben 50 Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben 35 Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben Munoz-Larrondo,Ruben Russell,Glenn Staff


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

Social Work Fall Semester 2012 08:30–10:20 08:30–12:20 10:30–11:20 12:30–14:20 12:50–13:29 12:50–13:29 13:30–15:20 14:00–15:20 14:00–15:40 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–18:20 16:30–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged

T M T T M M M TR T M T T W R W

568 572 567 559 573 574 571 566 558 576 561 569 560 570 577 575 578 579

SOWK220-001 SOWK401-001 SOWK101-001 SOWK415-001 SOWK420-001 SOWK420-002 SOWK331-001 SOWK100-001 SOWK408-001 SOWK461-001 SOWK460-001 SOWK315-001 SOWK440-001 SOWK325-001 SOWK489-001 SOWK435-001 SOWK475-999 SOWK475-998

Critical Thinking Found of Practice I Orientation to Human Services Substance Use Amer Society Social Wk Methods Sem Social Wk Methods Sem Human Behvr in the Socl Env I Intro to Social Work Intro to Emergency Preparednss Social Work Research I Death & Grief Contemporary Soc Values, Ethics & Diversity Assmnt Treatmt Victim Violence Soc Welfare Instituns&Serv BSW Professional Seminar Field Instruction Topics:Pers Drug Addiction Topics:Teen Sex & Addiction

2 4 2 2 .5 .5 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 .5 1-4 1-4 1-4

NH025 NH024 NH025 NH025 NH004 NH024 BUL149 NH004 BUL215 BUL149 NH025 NH004 NH025 NH004 NH004

Staff Perry,Shelly Perry,Shelly Staff Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Davis,Desiree Burnett,Harvey Thompson,Wendy Wrenn,Jan Vanderwaal,Curtis Thompson,Wendy Davis,Desiree Davis,Desiree Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Vanderwaal,Curtis Vanderwaal,Curtis

Found of Practice II Social Wk Methods Sem Human Behvr in the Socl Env II Medical Social Work Social Work Research II Emergency Planning Top:Dealing w/ Diff People Children & Families at Risk Intro to Counseling Skills BSW Professional Seminar Social Policy International Social Work Field Instruction Topics:Internet Addictions Topics:Food Addictions

4 .5 2 2 2 2 2 2 3 .5 2 2 1-4 1-4 1-4

SEMN235 NH004

Vanderwaal,Curtis Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Davis,Desiree Perry,Shelly Thompson,Wendy Burnett,Harvey Thompson,Wendy Thompson,Wendy Perry,Shelly Davis,Desiree Davis,Desiree Staff Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Vanderwaal,Curtis Vanderwaal,Curtis

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–11:20 11:50–12:20 12:30–14:20 13:15–15:05 14:30–16:20 15:30–17:10 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–18:20 16:30–17:20 16:30–18:20 18:00–19:50 Arranged Arranged Arranged

M M M T M T T W T W M W

465 466 463 471 469 473 474 472 462 470 464 468 467 475 476

SOWK402-001 SOWK420-001 SOWK332-001 SOWK405-001 SOWK462-001 SOWK425-001 SOWK475-001 SOWK410-0 SOWK320-001 SOWK489-001 SOWK350-001 SOWK437-001 SOWK435-001 SOWK475-998 SOWK475-999

NH025 BUL149 BUL207 NH025 NH004 NH023 NH025 BUL108 NH004

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

28 Max Enrl


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

29 Max Enrl

Behavioral Sciences Fall Semester 2012 08:00–09:15 08:30–11:20 09:30–12:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–14:20 13:30–15:20 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:40 14:00–16:30 15:30–16:45 15:30–17:20 15:30–18:00 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TR R T MWF MWF MWF R T M MW TR TR T W M T W

221 223 225 235 237 239 241 1759 244 246 247 249 251 252 253 254 255 270 265 266 267 268

PSYC465-001 CIDS555-001 CIDS520-001 PSYC454-001 PSYC420-001 FMST454-001 CIDS631-001 SOCI415-001 ANTH517-001 PSYC486-001 PSYC432-001 SOCI532-001 SOCI508-001 SOCI474-001 CIDS580-001 SOCI460-001 CIDS590-001 CIDS530-001 CIDS670-001 CIDS680-001 CIDS698-001 CIDS699-001

Physiological Psychology Development Policy & Analysis Development Theory & Practice Theories of Personality Human Sexuality Family Violence Across Lifespn Professional Dev Seminar Substance Abuse American Soc Cultural&Develpmnt Anthroplgy Psychological Assessment Rsrch Methods II:Intro Research Meth II:Intro Emergency Preparedness Social Thought & Theory Org & Community Leadership Death&Grief Contemporary Socty Issues in Gender & Development Needs Assess,Cap Mapp&Prog Pln Comprehensive Exam Field Practicum Research Project Master’s Thesis

3 3 3 3 3 3 1 2 2 3 3 2 2 3 2 2 3 3 0 1,2 2 3

BUL207 BUL215 BUL215 BUL207 BUL208 BUL215 BUL215 NH025 BUL215 BUL208 BUL208 BUL208 BUL215 BUL215 BUL215 NH025 BUL207

Bailey,Karl Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel Helm,Herbert Burnett,Harvey Chelbegean,Romulus Raveloharimisy,Joel Staff LaBianca,Oystein Helm,Herbert Bailey,Karl LaBianca,Oystein Burnett,Harvey Matthews,Lionel Matthews,Lionel Wrenn,Jan Chelbegean,Romulus Staff Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel

41 15 41 44 13 13 13 44 44 13 13 13 41

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–11:20 08:30–11:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 18:30–21:00 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF TR R T MWF MWF MWF R T MW T MW MW MW MW MW TR TR M W

194 196 198 204 199 201 214 216 215 211

PSYC445-001 PSYC471-001 CIDS560-001 CIDS535-001 PSYC434-001 SOCI534-001 SOCI510-001 CIDS677-001 CIDS632-001 PSYC449-001

Cognitive Psychology Behavior Modification Political Economy of Develpmnt Development Design&Evaluation Rsrch Mth IV:Adv Stat Ana&SPSS Rsrch Mth IV:Adv Stat Ana&SPSS Gender Roles Contempry Society Colloquium Portfolio Dev Seminar Neuropsychopharmacology

0,3 3 3 3 3 2 3 0 1 3

BUL207 BUL207 BUL215 BUL215 BUL250 BUL250 BUL207 BUL215 BUL215 PH106

Bailey,Karl Burnett,Harvey Raveloharimisy,Joel McBride,Duane Helm,Herbert Helm,Herbert Matthews,Lionel McBride,Duane Raveloharimisy,Joel Mbungu,David

41 41 13 13 50 50

206 217 222 223 224 226 227 231 203 228 229 251 252 253 254

PSYC450-001 ANTH440-001 PSYC410-001 FMST460-001 SOCI560-001 PSYC433-001 SOCI533-001 SOCI515-001 PSYC460-001 PSYC445-L01 PSYC445-L02 CIDS670-001 CIDS680-001 CIDS698-001 CIDS699-001

Social Psychology Top:What is Other? Intro Counsling&Psychotherapy Family Resource Management Family Resource Management Rsrch Mth III:Adv Dsgn-Exp&Srv Rsrch Mth III:Adv Dsgn-Exp&Srv Racial & Ethnic Relations Psychology Abnormal Behavior Cognitive Psychology Lab Cognitive Psychology Comprehensive Exam Field Practicum * Research Project Master’s Thesis

3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 0 0 0 1,2 2,3 3,4

BUL BUL250 BUL207 BUL215 BUL215 BUL250 BUL250 BUL215 BUL208

Ponce-Rodas,Melissa LaBianca,Oystein Helm,Herbert Chelbegean,Romulus Chelbegean,Romulus Helm,Herbert McBride,Duane Matthews,Lionel Helm,Herbert Bailey,Karl Bailey,Karl Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel Raveloharimisy,Joel

44 50 41 13 13 50

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

13 13

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

PH211 PH338 PH106

Zdor,Robert

30 Max Enrl

Biology Fall Semester 2012 07:30–08:20 14:00–16:45 09:30–10:20

TR T MWF

720

BIOL475-001

Biology of Bacteria

3

964

ZOOL464-001

Systems Physiology

4

Staff

Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL464-L01 or L02 lab

09:30–10:20 14:00–16:45 12:30–13:20

TR R TR

963

ZOOL425-001

Parasitology

3

970

ZOOL475-001

Neurobiology

3

PH211 PH338 PH211

Chobotar,Bill

Goodwin,Tom Atkins,Gordon

Atkins,Gordon

Must be concurrently enrolled in ZOOL475-L01 or L02 lab

12:30–13:20 14:00–16:45 14:00–16:45

TR T T

1718 ZOOL454-001

Vertebrate Zoology:Mammalogy

3

1716 ZOOL475-L01

Neurobiology Lab

0

PH120 PH120 PH326

0

PH326

Staff

0

PH326

Atkins,Gordon

0

PH326

Staff

Must be concurrently enrolled in ZOOL475-001 class

14:00–16:45

W

965

ZOOL464-L01

Systems Physiology Lab

16

Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL464-001 class

18:30–21:15

T

1717 ZOOL475-L02

Neurobiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in ZOOL475-001 class

18:30–21:15

W

966

ZOOL464-L02

Systems Physiology Lab

16

Must be concurrently enrolled ZOOL464-001 class

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

953 954 955 956 957 958 960

BIOL590-001 BIOL648-001 BIOL655-001 BIOL660-001 BIOL670-001 BIOL681-001 BIOL697-001

Topics in * Workshop * Program Continuation Thesis Continuation Comprehensive Exams Rsrch Methods & Biol Seminar Research in Biology *

1-4 1-4 0 0 0 1 1-4

532 BIOL682-001 1101 BIOL0000-001

Rsrch Methods & Biol Seminar RESA:Research Biology

1 4

539

ZOOL465-001

Histology

3

522

BIOL450-001

Neuropsychopharmacology

3

1100 520 526 527 528 529 530 531 534 535 540

BIOL446-L01 BIOL444-001 BIOL550-001 BIOL590-001 BIOL648-001 BIOL655-001 BIOL660-001 BIOL670-001 BIOL697-001 BIOL699-001 ZOOL484-001

Electron Microscopy Biol Lab Electn Microscopy Biol Investg Issues in Orgins&Speciation Topics in * Workshop * Program Continuation Thesis Continuation Comprehensive Exams Research in Biology * Masters Thesis * Animal Behavior

PH210

Staff Staff Staff Goodwin,Tom Atkins,Gordon Atkins,Gordon Staff

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:00–10:20 09:45–10:20 09:30–10:20 18:30–21:15 11:30–12:20 18:30–21:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M MW F MW W MW T

1102 BIOL445-001

Molecular Genetics

PH210 PH229 PH229 PH211 PH338 PH106 PH120

2 1 3 1-4 1-4 0 0 0 1-4 3 3

Hayward,James Staff Chobotar,Bill Mbungu,David Staff Staff Hayward,James Staff Staff Staff Goodwin,Tom Atkins,Gordon Staff Staff Atkins,Gordon

3

Murray-Nseula,Marlene

Chemistry Fall Semester 2012 08:00–09:35 08:30–09:20 10:30–11:20

TRF 1107 CHEM0000-001 RESA:Sophomore Adv HS Chem MTWF 1085 BCHM421-001 Biochemistry I MWF 1102 CHEM431-001 Physical Chemistry I

14:00–17:50

W

4 4 3

PH229 HYH133 HH317

Murray,Desmond Nowack,D David Merga,Getahun

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM441-L01 lab

1103 CHEM441-L01

Physical Chemistry Lab I

1

Merga,Getahun

2

Randall,David

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM431-001 class

Arranged

1105 CHEM475-001

Adv Topics in Physical Chem

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

0


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

4 3 3

PH229 PH211 HH317

Murray,Desmond Nowack,D David Randall,David

31 Max Enrl

(Chemistry continued...)

Spring Semester 2013 08:00–09:35 08:30–09:20 09:00–10:20

TRF MWF TR

566 543 559

CHEM0000-001 RESA:Soph Adv HS Chem BCHM422-001 Biochemistry II CHEM432-001 Physical Chemistry II

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 13:30–17:20 12:25–14:10 12:30–16:20

MWRF TR MW MWF TR

562 563

CHEM415-001 CHEM440-001

567 564

CHEM0000-002 RESA:Senior Adv HS Chem CHEM470-001 Modern Synthetic Tech

4 2

12:30–16:50

T

560

CHEM442-L01

1

25 25

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM442-L01 lab

Adv Inorganic Chemistry Instrumental Analysis

Physical Chemistry Lab II

4 4

Merga,Getahun Ahlberg,Lisa Randall,David Murray,Desmond Merga,Getahun Murray,Desmond Randall,David

25

HH318

Nowack,D David Rorabeck,John

16 6

BUL108 NH143 NH143

Steyn,Delyse Jones,Patrice Steyn,Delyse Ponniah,Melchizedek Vernon,Desrene Vernon,Desrene Ponniah,Melchizedek Vernon,Desrene Matiko,Beverly

25 15

Ponniah,Melchizedek Ponniah,Melchizedek Ponniah,Melchizedek Vernon,Desrene Steyn,Delyse Michel,Debbie Ponniah,Melchizedek Ponniah,Melchizedek

15 15 15 15 20 15

HH317 HH123 HYH HH215

Must be concurrently enrolled in CHEM432-001 class

14:30–18:30 Arranged

M

544 561

BCHM430-L01 CHEM410-001

Biochemistry Lab Forensic Chemistry *

1 2

Must obtain instructor clearance two months prior to beginning of class

Communication Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:45 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 15:30–17:00 17:00–17:50 17:00–19:45

TR TR MWF MWF MWF TR TR MW T

1604 334 341 1605 343 344 350 357 355

COMM590-001 JOUR460-001 COMM450-001 COMM590-002 COMM590-003 COMM515-001 COMM520-001 COMM652-001 COMM648-001

Grad Sem:Media Literacy News Editing for Elctrnc Media Communication in the Classroom Grad Sem:Managing PR Campgns Grad Sem:Gender, Race, Class Christn Persp of Comm Theories Communication Res Methodology Comm Research Seminar II Workshop:Speaking Competence

3 3 3 2,3 2,3 3 3 2 2

Comm Research Seminar I Selected Topics in Comm Graduate Seminar in (Topic) Issues in Intercultural Comm Graduate Seminar in (Topic) Magazine & Feature Writing Adv Public Relations Advancement&Communication

1 1-3 2,3 3 2,3 3 3 2

NH143 NH217 NH217 NH220

20th Century Lit in English 20th Century Lit in English Study of Composition Major Literary Author Linguistics Teaching & Tutoring Writing Research Methods Research Methods TESOL Theories & Methods Creative Writing:Poetry Methods of Teaching English Practicum Project Continuation Program Continuation Thesis Continuation Prep for Comprehensive Exams Comprehensive Exams Master’s Thesis

3 3 3 0,3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 1-2 0 0 0 0 0 1-4

BUL BUL250

NH217 NH218 NH201 NH217

15

Spring Semester 2013 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–20:15

T TR TR MW TR TR TR W

332 334 347 338 348 339 340 346

COMM651-001 COMM454-001 COMM590-002 COMM536-001 COMM590-001 JOUR440-001 PREL454-001 PREL510-001

NH220 NH217

15

English Fall Semester 2012 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:30–20:00 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TR TR TR MW TR MW TR TR TR TR T

1133 1134 1145 1140 1138 1136 1148 1149 1139 1141 1137 1144 1150 1151 1152 1153 1154 1155

ENGL403-001 ENGL403-002 ENGL550-001 ENGL464-001 ENGL460-001 ENGL437-001 ENGL597-001 ENGL597-002 ENGL461-001 ENGL467-001 ENGL459-001 ENGL505-001 ENGL650-001 ENGL655-001 ENGL660-001 ENGL665-001 ENGL670-001 ENGL699-001

NH143 NH201 NH143

NH201 NH220 NH143

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Jones,Douglas Matiko,Beverly Davis,D Ivan Pittman,Monique Staples,Dianne Closser,Bruce Jones Gray,Meredith Kim,Julia Bryson,Jeanette Moncrieff,Scott Wright,Rebecca Davis,D Ivan Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith

12

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

NH201 NH200 BH114 NH024 BUL149 NH200 BH114 NH024 NH203 NH200 BH114 NH024 BH114 NH200 NH200

Staff Staples,Dianne Staff

NH218 NH143 NH023 NH

Jones Gray,Meredith Matiko,Beverly Staff Moncrieff,Scott Staples,Dianne Warren,Joseph Staff Jones Gray,Meredith Kim,Julia Staff Luxton,Andrea Moncrieff,Scott

(English continued...)

Center for Intensive English Programs 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 13:00–13:50 13:00–13:50 14:00–14:50

MTWR 1610 MTWR 1618 M 1606 TWR MTWR 1612 MTWR 1620 M 1607 TWR MTWR 1614 MTWR 1622 M 1608 TWR MTWR 1609 MTWR 1616 MTWR 1624

ENSL530-210 ENSL530-310 ENSL530-110

Engl for Acad Purp:Int Grammar Engl for Acad Purp:Adv Grammar Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Grammar

0 0 0

ENSL530-220 ENSL530-320 ENSL530-120

Engl for Acad Purp:Int Reading Engl for Acad Purp:Adv Rdg&Dis Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Reading

0 0 0

ENSL530-230 ENSL530-330 ENSL530-130

Engl for Acad Purp:Int Writing Engl for Acad Purp:Adv Writing Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Writing

0 0 0

ENSL530-140 ENSL530-240 ENSL530-340

Engl for Acad Purp:Beg Sp&Lstn Engl for Acad Purp:Int Sp&Lstn Engl for Acad Purp:Pronunciatn

0 0 0

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3

Staples,Dianne Bryson,Jeanette Staff Bryson,Jeanette Staples,Dianne Staff Staff LaBianca,Asta LaBianca,Asta

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–18:00 15:30–16:45 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF MWF TR MW TR MW T TR TR MW TR M W

585 586 591 588 597 584 600 598 601 589 596 1623

ENGL407-001 ENGL438-001 ENGL467-001 ENGL450-001 ENGL540-001 ENGL404-001 ENGL597-001 ENGL589-001 ENGL597-002 ENGL462-001 ENGL520-001 ENGL525-001

Literature for Children Advanced Composition Creative Writing:Short Story Literary Criticism & Theory Language and Cultures New Global Literatures Research Methods Graduate Seminar: (Topic) Research Methods TESOL Pedagogy & Practice The Christian Tradition Top:Film

595 602 603 604 605 606 607

ENGL505-001 ENGL650-001 ENGL655-001 ENGL660-001 ENGL665-001 ENGL670-001 ENGL699-001

Practicum Project Continuation Program Continuation Thesis Continuation Prep for Comprehensive Exams Comprehensive Exams Master’s Thesis *

NH143

NH143 SH116 SH116

1-2 0 0 0 0 0 1-4

Davis,D Ivan Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith Jones Gray,Meredith

Engr, Computer Sci & Engr Tech Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 18:45–20:00

TR MWF MWF MWF MW MW TR

387 381 377 383 388 394 393

CPTR485-001 CPTR437-001 CPTR416-001 CPTR440-001 CPTR487-001 CPTR637-001 CPTR568-001

Computer Graphics Formal Theory of Computation Internet Technologies Operating Systems Artificial Intelligence Formal Methods Advanced Computer Architecture

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

HYH316 HYH321 HYH321 HYH321 HYH321 HYH316 HYH321

Thorman,Stephen Thorman,Stephen Villafane,Roy Villafane,Roy Staff Bidwell,Daniel Villafane,Roy

Adv Operating Systems Network Computing&Architecture Programming Languages Database Concepts & Theory Object Oriented Desn&Programng Software Engineering

3 3 3 3 3 3

HYH316 HYH321 HYH321 HYH321 HYH321 HYH307

Villafane,Roy Villafane,Roy Staff Villafane,Roy Staff Wolfer,William

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:45 11:30–12:20 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 17:00–19:45

TR MWF MW TR TR M

376 364 359 367 360 1625

CPTR555-001 CPTR450-001 CPTR425-001 CPTR467-001 CPTR427-001 CPTR460-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

33 Max Enrl

General & Interdisciplinary St Fall Semester 2012 Arranged

1629 IDSC596-001

Student Missnry/Taskforce Exp

0

Staff

Student Missnry/Taskforce Exp

0

Staff

Union & Disunion 1789-1865 Top:Democratization Discovery to Nation 1492-1789 Revolutions&Reaction 1789-1917 Clsscl,Medvl&Early Mdrn Pol Th Spec Methods Tch Hist&Soc Stu

3 3 3 3 3 3

Silva Banks,Kathryn Myers,Marcella Strayer,Brian Markovic,John Wood,Gary Strayer,Brian

America World Power 1939-Pres American Political Thought Comprtv Political Theory&Methd Public Policy Adventist Heritage Topics:Political Utopianism Faith and History

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Silva Banks,Kathryn Wood,Gary Myers,Marcella Myers,Marcella Strayer,Brian Wood,Gary Markovic,John

Spring Semester 2013 Arranged

1069 IDSC596-001

History/Political Science Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 Arranged

TR MWF MWF TR TR

283 290 285 281 289 284

HIST435-001 PLSC437-001 HIST434-001 HIST420-001 PLSC456-001 HIST459-001

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15

TR TR MWF TR MWF TR TR

262 275 272 273 263 274 265

HIST469-001 PLSC458-001 PLSC410-001 PLSC435-001 HIST404-001 PLSC437-001 HIST488-001

International Language Studies Fall Semester 2012 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 18:30–19:20 15:30–17:45 17:00–18:15

MW TR R TR TR

460 461

SPAN420-001 SPAN447-001

Adv Span Written&Oral Comm Spanish for Translation

3 3

Perez-Schulz,Ruben Navia,Pedro

20 20

459 463

GRMN505-001 SPAN416-001

Reading German Spanish for Native Speakers

5 3

Doukhan,Lilianne Navia,Pedro

10 20

Reading French Spanish & Latin American Drama

5 3

Badenas,Sonia Navia,Pedro

10 20

Geometry

3

HYH114

Moore,Bob

35

3

HYH113

Kang,Joon Hyuk

35

3

HYH111

Weldon,Lynelle

35

3

HYH113

Oh,Yun Myung

35

Spring Semester 2013 12:30–14:45 17:00–18:15 18:30–19:20

MW TR T

384 387

FREN505-001 SPAN446-001

Mathematics Fall Semester 2012 11:30–12:20

MWF

319

MATH475-001

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

14:00–15:15

TR

326

MATH405-001

Applied Mathematics Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

Spring Semester 2013 11:30–12:20

MWF

299

MATH441-001

Abstract Algebra Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

15:30–16:45

MW

306

MATH408-001

Complex Analysis Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Room Number

Instructor Name

1-3 2 3

HAMEL214 HAMEL214 HAMEL104

Zork,Stephen Doukhan,Lilianne Logan,Kenneth

1-3 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1

HAMEL214 HAMEL104 HAMEL304 HAMEL304 PMC

Mitchell,Alan Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Gonzalez,Claudio

3

HAMEL104

Yun,Chi Yong

3

HAMEL214

Trynchuk,Carla

2 1-2 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 1-3 1-2 0 1 1-3 1-3 1-4 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 1 0,1

HAMEL214 HAMEL214 HAMEL304 HAMEL304

Thompson,Trina Staff Yun,Chi Yong Yun,Chi Yong Yun,Chi Yong Mitchell,Alan Gonzalez,Claudio Zork,Stephen Staff Staff Staff Lindsay,Julia Mitchell,Alan Gonzalez,Claudio Staff Staff Staff Mitchell,Alan Mitchell,Alan Mitchell,Alan Staff Mitchell,Alan Flores,Carlos Doukhan,Lilianne Staff

Cr

34 Max Enrl

Music Fall Semester 2012 09:30–11:00 09:30–11:20 10:30–11:20

F W MWF

507 473 475

MUPF506-001 MUHL524-001 MUCT454-001

Adv Conducting-Choral/Instruml Music Literature Seminar Orchestration

11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 13:30–15:00 19:00–20:30 14:00–15:15

MWF F F MW TR F TR MW

478 534 535 536 537 540

MUED430-001 MUPF546-001 MUPF537-001 MUPF528-001 MUPF527-001 MUPF525-001

Topic:Current Issues in Mus Ed Men’s Chorus Ladies Chorus University Singers University Chorale University Orchestra

484

MUED427-001

Piano Pedagogy

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

14:00–15:15

MW

488

MUED429-001

String Pedagogy Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

14:00–15:40 14:00–15:40 15:30–16:30 15:30–16:30 15:30–16:30 17:00–18:15 19:00–20:30 19:00–21:00 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

R T M M M MWR TR T

485 482 506 543 544 538 541 539 498 501 502 503 508 509 510 511 512 513 514 515 516 517 518 519 542

MUCT535-001 MUHL695-001 MUPF515-001 MUPF505-001 MUPF510-001 MUPF526-001 MUPF545-001 MUPF535-001 MUHL697-001 MUPF575-001 MUPF640-001 MUED430-002 MUPF506-002 MUPF506-003 MUPF550-001 MUHL698-001 MUHL650-001 MUHL665-001 MUHL670-001 MUED655-001 MUHL699-001 MUHL655-001 MUPF489-001 MURE590-001 MUPF538-001

533

MUPF560-001

Analytical Techniques I Bibliography &Research in Mus Recital Accompanying Keyboard Accompanying Collaborative Piano University Wind Symphony Sinfonietta I Cantori Independent Study & Research * Recital * Recital Continuation Topics in:Opera Production Adv Conducting-Choral/Instruml Adv Conducting-Choral/Instruml Private Instruction in: * Project * Project Continuation Prep for Comprehensive Exams Comprehensive Exams Practical Training Masters Thesis * Program Continuation Recital Attendance Ministry of Music Practicum Chamber Music Ensemble

HAMEL304

0 0

0 0

0

Performance Major Arranged

App Mus Study Private Lsn(Area *

1-4

Staff

0

1-3

Staff

0

Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Performance Minor & Non-Music Major Arranged

532

MUPF500-001

App Mus Study Private Lsn(Area * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUPF489

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–11:00 10:30–11:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15

F TR F MW TR MW

425 400 452 453 454 407

MUPF506-001 MUED515-001 MUPF537-001 MUPF528-001 MUPF527-001 MUED428-001

Adv Conducting-Choral/Instruml Intro to Research in Music Edu Ladies Chorus University Singers University Chorale String Literature

14:00–15:40 15:30–16:30 15:30–16:30 17:00–18:15 19:00–20:30 19:00–21:00 Arranged Arranged

R M M MWR TR T

406 460 461 455 457 456 415 418

MUCT536-001 MUPF505-001 MUPF510-001 MUPF526-001 MUPF525-001 MUPF535-001 MUHL697-001 MUPF575-001

Analytical Techniques II Keyboard Accompanying Collaborative Piano University Wind Symphony University Orchestra I Cantori Independent Study & Research * Recital *

1-3 3 0,1 0,1 0,1 3

HAMEL214 HAMEL205 HAMEL304 HAMEL304 PMC HAMEL304

Zork,Stephen Mitchell,Alan Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Zork,Stephen Trynchuk,Carla

2 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 0,1 1-3 1-2

HAMEL214 HAMEL304 HAMEL304 HOWARD HOWARD HAMEL304

Thompson,Trina Yun,Chi Yong Yun,Chi Yong Mitchell,Alan Gonzalez,Claudio Zork,Stephen Staff Staff

Alternate years only; will not be taught 2013-2014

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Music continued...) Arranged 419 Arranged 424 Arranged 428 Arranged 429 Arranged 430 Arranged 434 Arranged 459 Arranged 423 Arranged 426 Arranged 427 Arranged 431 Arranged 432 Arranged 433 Arranged 435 Arranged 436 Arranged 437

MUPF640-001 MUED430-001 MUPF550-001 MUHL698-001 MUHL650-001 MUHL699-001 MUPF538-001 MUPF515-001 MUPF506-002 MUPF506-003 MUHL665-001 MUHL670-001 MUED655-001 MUHL655-001 MUPF489-001 MURE590-001

Arranged

MUPF560-001

Course Title

Recital Continuation Topics in: (Topic) * Private Instruction in: * Project * Project Continuation Masters Thesis * Chamber Music Ensemble Recital Accompanying Adv Conducting-Choral/Instruml Adv Conducting-Choral/Instruml Prep for Comprehensive Exams Comprehensive Exams Practical Training Program Continuation Recital Attendance Ministry of Music Practicum

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

35 Max Enrl

0 1-3 1-4 2 0 6 0,1 0,1 1-3 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 1

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Yun,Chi Yong Mitchell,Alan Gonzalez,Claudio Mitchell,Alan Mitchell,Alan Mitchell,Alan Mitchell,Alan Flores,Carlos Doukhan,Lilianne

1-4

Staff

1-3

Staff

Topics in: Spirituality in Healthcare

1-4 2

Russell,Glenn Zork,Susan

38 38

Theoretical Mechanics Electricity & Magnetism RESA:AP Physics 1st Qtr RESA:AP Physics 2nd Qtr RESA:AP Physics 1st Qtr Lab RESA:AP Physics 2nd Qtr Lab Advanced Physics Lab II Solid State Physics

2.5 3 0 0 0 0 1 2.5

HYH207 HYH207 HYH207 HYH207 HYH219 HYH219 HYH233

Rowland,S Clark Kingman,Robert Kingman,Robert Kingman,Robert Kingman,Robert Kingman,Robert Summerscales,Tiffany Staff

28 28 28 28 0 0

Thermodynamics&Stat Mechanics Electricity & Magnetism RESA:AP Physics 3rd Qtr RESA:AP Physics 4th Qtr RESA:AP Physics 3rd Qtr Lab RESA:AP Physics 4th Qtr Lab Advanced Physics Lab II Biophysics

2.5 3 0 0 0 0 1 2.5

HYH207 HYH207 HYH207 HYH207 HYH219 HYH219 HYH233

Summerscales,Tiffany Mattingly,Margarita Cross,Brendan Cross,Brendan Cross,Brendan Cross,Brendan Summerscales,Tiffany Staff

28 28 28 28 6 0

Performance Major 451

App Mus Study Private Lsn(Area * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Performance Minor & Non-Music Major Arranged

450

MUPF500-001

App Mus Study Private Lsn(Area * Must be concurrently enrolled in MUCT489

Physical Therapy Spring Semester 2013 Arranged Arranged

937 946

PTH460-001 PTH646-001

Physics Fall Semester 2012 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 12:25–14:20 12:25–14:20 12:25–14:20 12:25–14:20 14:30–18:30 Arranged

MTWRF1722 MWF 1723 TRF 1727 TRF 1728 TRF 1729 TRF 1730 T 1726 1724

PHYS411-001 PHYS431-001 PHYS0000-001 PHYS0000-002 PHYS0000-L01 PHYS0000-L02 PHYS477-001 PHYS460-001

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 12:25–14:20 12:25–14:20 12:25–14:20 12:25–14:20 14:30–18:30 Arranged

MTWRF1642 MWF 1643 TRF 1645 TRF 1646 TRF 1647 TRF 1648 T 1656 1640

PHYS430-001 PHYS432-001 PHYS0000-003 PHYS0000-004 PHYS0000-L03 PHYS0000-L04 PHYS477-001 PHYS416-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 College of Arts and Sciences - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

Social Work Fall Semester 2012 08:30–12:20 09:30–12:20 12:30–14:20 12:50–13:20 12:50–13:20 12:50–13:29 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–16:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 16:30–19:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M M T M M M M T M M T W M

545 554 559 546 547 553 548 562 552 550 561 560 551 549 555 556 557 563 564

SOWK501-001 SOWK630-001 SOWK415-001 SOWK510-001 SOWK510-002 SOWK610-001 SOWK531-001 SOWK626-001 SOWK605-001 SOWK561-001 SOWK460-001 SOWK440-001 SOWK601-001 SOWK535-001 SOWK635-001 SOWK637-001 SOWK689-001 SOWK675-999 SOWK675-998

Found of Practice I Policy for Social Change Substance Use Amer Society Generalist Field Seminar Generalist Field Seminar Adv Field Seminar Human Behvr in the Socl Env I Therapy with Children&Adolesct Advanced Clinical Assessment Social Work Research I Death & Grief Contemporary Soc Assmnt Treatmt Victim Violence Advanced Practice I Generalist Field Experience Adv Field Experience Adv Standing Field Experience Adv Professional Sem Topics in:Pers Drug Addiction Topics in:Teen Sex & Addiction

4 3 2 .5 .5 .5 2 2 3 2 2 2 3 1-4 1-5 1-6 .5 1-4 1-4

NH024 NH004 NH025 NH024 NH024 NH024 BUL149 NH024 NH004 BUL149 NH025 NH025 NH024

Perry,Shelly Thompson,Wendy Staff Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Perry,Shelly Wrenn,Jan Thompson,Wendy Wrenn,Jan Thompson,Wendy Perry,Shelly Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Wrenn,Jan Vanderwaal,Curtis Vanderwaal,Curtis

Found of Practice II Adv Interpersonal Practice II Generalist Field Seminar Adv Field Seminar Human Behvr in the Socl Env II Adv Practice Evaluation Medical Social Work Social Work Research II Evidence-based Therapies Emergency Planning Top:Dealing w/ Diff People Children & Families at Risk Social Policy Adv Family Therapy Counseling and Spirituality School Social Work International Social Work Chr Persp on Prof Ethics Generalist Field Experience Adv Field Experience Adv Standing Field Experience Adv Professional Sem Topics in:Internet Addictions Topics in:Food Addictions

4 2 .5 .5 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1-4 1-5 1-6 .5 1-4 1-4

SEMN235 NH024 NH025 NH025 BUL250 NH004 NH025 BUL149 NH004 BUL207 NH025 NH004 BUL108 NH024 NH025 NH024 NH004 NH204

Vanderwaal,Curtis Staff Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Davis,Desiree Vanderwaal,Curtis Perry,Shelly Thompson,Wendy Wrenn,Jan Burnett,Harvey Thompson,Wendy Thompson,Wendy Davis,Desiree Perry,Shelly Staff Francisco,Joe Staff Staff Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Racovita Szilagyi,Doina Wrenn,Jan Vanderwaal,Curtis Vanderwaal,Curtis

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 11:50–12:20 12:00–12:20 12:30–14:20 12:35–14:20 13:15–15:30 14:30–16:20 14:30–16:20 15:30–17:10 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 16:30–18:20 16:30–18:20 18:00–19:50 18:00–19:50 18:00–19:50 18:30–20:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M M M M M M T M M T T W M M T T W M

478 486 479 487 481 490 493 485 500 473 498 472 484 501 494 499 483 480 482 488 489 491 496 497

SOWK502-001 SOWK602-001 SOWK510-001 SOWK610-001 SOWK532-001 SOWK660-001 SOWK505-001 SOWK562-001 SOWK624-001 SOWK425-001 SOWK675-001 SOWK410-0 SOWK550-001 SOWK649-001 SOWK545-001 SOWK620-001 SOWK537-001 SOWK515-001 SOWK535-001 SOWK635-001 SOWK637-001 SOWK689-001 SOWK675-998 SOWK675-999

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

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Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Arch, Art & Design - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

ARC109 ARC106 ARC120 ARC109 ARC106 ARC120 ARC120 ARC ARC109

Seibold,Llewellyn Smith,Martin Root,Rhonda von Maur,Kristin Lowing,Thomas Homenchuk,Troy

ARC120 ARC109 ARC109 ARC120 ARC109 ARC

Moreno,Mark Lowing,Thomas

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Architecture Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 09:00–09:50 09:00–10:15 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–11:10 09:30–10:45 09:30–12:30 12:30–13:20 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 13:30–15:00 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:45 13:30–16:20

MWF 1058 MWF 1059 TR 1060 TR 1061 MTWR 1062 M 1063 W MW 1064 F 1070 T TR 1065 MTWR 1066 T MWF 1067 MW 1068 MTWR 1073

ARCH150-001 ARCH449-001 ARCH425-001 ARCH201-001 ARCH335-001 ARCH485-001

Intro to Architecture Integrative Design Arch of Ancient Americas Construction I Environmental Technology I Sp Top:Digital Lineaments

3 3 2,3 3 4 1-4

ARCH435-001 ARCH445-001

Intro to Building Info Model Furniture Design

3 2

ARCH370-001 ARCH205-001

Person-Envir Theory Structures I

3 4

ARCH434-001 ARCH315-001 ARCH441-001

Urban Studies History of Architecture I Foreground Buiilding Studio

3 3 5

13:30–17:20 13:30–17:20 17:00–18:15 Arranged

MWR 1071 ARCH215-001 MWR 1072 ARCH320-001 MW 1075 ARCH435-002 1076 ARCH485-002

Intro to Design Studio Placemaking Studio Intro to Building Info Model Special Topics: *

5 5 3 1-4

ARC ARC ARC

Solis,Ariel Carscallen,Carey

von Maur,Andrew Root,Rhonda Seibold,Llewellyn Solis,Ariel Smith,Martin Moreno,Mark Solis,Ariel von Maur,Andrew

12 12

12

Requires blue card

Arranged

1078 ARCH496-001

Cooperative Work Experience *

1-6

Staff

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 13:30–15:00 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–12:10 10:30–11:45 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–16:20

MW 868 MTWR 867 T TR 869 MWF 870 TR 875 MR 871 W MW 872 MW 873 MW 1027 TR 874 MTWR 879

13:30–17:20 13:30–17:20 14:30–16:20 Arranged Arranged

MWR 877 MWR 878 MTR 881 884 883

ARCH485-001 ARCH305-001

Special Topics:CAD Structures II

2 4

ARCH316-001 ARCH459-001 ARCH485-004 ARCH336-001

History of Architecture II Design Theory Special Topics: Environmental Technology II

3 3 1-4 4

ARCH202-001 ARCH485-002 BSCM420-001 ARCH485-003 ARCH442-001

Construction II Special Topics:CAD Construction Law Special Top:Sustainable Design Integrative Design Studio

3 2 2 1-4 6

ARCH247-001 ARCH318-001 ARCH126-001 ARCH496-001 ARCH485-006

Architecture as Craft Studio Background Building Studio Drawing & Graphics Studio Cooperative Work Experience * Special Top:Ind Travel Study

5 5 3 1-6 1-4

ARC106 ARC109 ARC109 ARC120 ARC120 ARC106 ARC106 ARC109 ARC109 ARC109

Solis,Ariel Lowing,Thomas

12

Root,Rhonda Homenchuk,Troy Moreno,Mark Johnson,Robin von Maur,Kristin Solis,Ariel Dronen,Paula Lowing,Thomas Seibold,Llewellyn Solis,Ariel Johnson,Robin Homenchuk,Troy von Maur,Kristin Staff von Maur,Andrew

12

Visual Art & Design Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–11:15 09:00–11:20 09:30–10:20 Arranged 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 10:00–11:15 Arranged 10:00–11:15 Arranged 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45

MWF MWF TR TR TR MWF

20 1470 19 3 9 1199

MWF MWF MW TR

History of Graphic Design Intro to Digital Media Prehistoric to Medieval Art Intro to Drawing Typography Basic Design

3 3 3 3 3 3

SH116 HAR205 HAR328 ADC215 ADC211 SH116

Hansen,Steven Myers,Diane Elkins,Stefanie Michaud,Thomas Myers,Diane Hansen,Steven

40 30 40 20 15 25

7 ART214-001 8 ART305-001 1482 VDEO320-001

Intro to Graphic Design Advanced Painting Video Compositing

3 3 3

HAR113 ADC115 HAR205

Taylor,Douglas Staff Prest Ullom,Sharon

20 9 12

1480 PHTO365-001

Adv Digital Imaging

4

HAR205

Ullom,Marc

18

Language of Art Intro to Drawing

3 3

SH116 ADC215

Hansen,Steven Staff

55 20

MWF 18 MTWR 2

ARTH345-001 DGME130-001 ARTH325-001 ART104-002 ART310-001 ART207-001

ARTH220-001 ART104-001

Architecture students only

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Arch, Art & Design - Undergraduate Time (Visual Art 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 Arranged 12:30–13:45 Arranged 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 Arranged 14:00–16:45 14:00–16:45 15:30–16:45

Days

Course CRN Number

& Design continued...) MW 15 ART485-001 MW 1473 DGME185-001 TR 1483 DGME225-001 TR 1472 DGME175-001 TR

1477 PHTO116-001

Course Title

BFA Thesis Project * Digital Publishing Digital Vector Graphics Digital Imaging Intro to Digital Photography

Room Number

Instructor Name

38 Max Enrl

Ullom,Marc Myers,Diane Michaud,Thomas Prest Ullom,Sharon

20 25 20 30

3,4

HAR328 HAR205 HAR220 HAR205 HAR205 HAR303

Staff

25

Cr

3 3 4 4

MTWR 1471 DGME150-001 MTWR 1474 DGME250-001 TR 1479 PHTO220-001

Introduction to Web Design Intermediate Web Design Color Photography I

3 3 4

HAR205 HAR HAR303

Michaud,Thomas Michaud,Thomas Sherwin,David

20 30 25

MW 12 TR 11 MTWR 4

Design in Advertising Top:Business of Design Intro to Drawing

3 3 3

ADC211 ADC211 ADC215

Taylor,Douglas Taylor,Douglas Staff

20 20 20

3 4

HAR328 HAR303

Ullom,Marc Sherwin,David

25 15

ART434-001 ART380-002 ART104-003

Architecture students only

15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 Arranged 15:30–16:45 Arranged 17:00–18:15 17:00–18:15

MW MW

1478 PHTO210-001 1481 PHTO385-001

Historic & Contemp Trends Adv Studio

TR

1476 PHTO115-001

Intro to Photography

3,4

HAR328

Prest Ullom,Sharon

25

MTWR 5 ART104-004 TR 1475 MDIA496-001

Intro to Drawing Portfolio Development

3 1-3

ADC215 HAR328

20 20

17:00–20:15 18:30–21:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TR TR

Intro to Ceramics Top:Classical Drawing Art Methods:Elementary Practicum in Visual Art Educ * Internship * BFA Exhibition *

3 3 4 4 1-3 1-3

ADC101 SH111 ARC119 ARC119 ARC119 ARC119

Staff Sherwin,David Myers,Diane Staff Ahn,Harry Root,Rhonda Root,Rhonda Root,Rhonda Root,Rhonda

3 3 3 3

SH116 HAR205 ADC211 SH116

Hansen,Steven Michaud,Thomas Myers,Diane Hansen,Steven

55 20 15 25

6 10 13 14 16 17

ART107-001 ART380-001 ART457-001 ART480-001 ART487-001 ART497-001

15 8

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 09:00–11:20 09:30–10:20 Arranged 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 Arranged 10:00–11:15 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 Arranged 12:30–13:45 Arranged 12:30–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–16:15 14:00–16:15 14:00–16:45 14:00–16:45 15:30–16:45 Arranged 15:30–16:45 Arranged 15:30–16:45 Arranged 15:30–18:15 17:00–18:15 17:00–18:15

MWF TR MW MWF

20 1019 13 7

MWF MWF TR

6 ART207-001 8 ART304-001 1026 PHTO200-001

Basic Design Advanced Drawing Adv Photography I

2-3 3 4

HAR113 ADC215 HAR328

Taylor,Douglas Staff Ullom,Marc

25 9 25

MW MWF MWF TR MW

1029 19 1018 1033 1025

Media Ethics & Awareness Renaissance to Modern Art Intro to Digital Media Top:Business of Web Design Intro to Digital Photography

3 3 0,3 1-4 3,4

HAR328 SH116 HAR205 HAR220 HAR328

Prest Ullom,Sharon Hansen,Steven Myers,Diane Michaud,Thomas Ullom,Marc

30 55 30 20 25

TR

1020 DGME175-001

4

HAR205 HAR205

Prest Ullom,Sharon

30

17:00–20:15 17:00–20:15 18:30–21:15

MW 4 MTWR 1021 MTWR 1022 TR 1030 MWF 9 TR 3 MW 14 TR 15 MW 1028

ARTH440-001 DGME150-001 ART431-001 ART209-001

PHTO300-001 ARTH326-001 DGME130-001 MDIA275-001 PHTO116-001

ART106-001 DGME335-001 DGME350-001 PHTO326-001 ART305-001 ART105-001 ART432-001 ART435-001 PHTO285-001

Art Since 1945 Introduction to Web Design Editorial Design Sculptural Design

Digital Imaging Intro to Printmaking Interactive Design Advanced Web Design Business of Photography Advanced Painting Intro to Painting Brand Design Package Design Studio

3 3 3 3 2-4 3 3 3 4

HAR220 HAR205 HAR303 ADC115 ADC202 ADC211 HAR113 HAR303

Elkins,Stefanie Michaud,Thomas Michaud,Thomas Sherwin,David Staff Staff Taylor,Douglas Taylor,Douglas Sherwin,David

15 15 15 25 9 15 15 15 18

4

HAR328

Ullom,Marc

25

MW

1032 PHTO305-001

Alternative Photo Processes

TR

1024 PHTO115-001

Intro to Photography

3,4

HAR328

Prest Ullom,Sharon

25

MW 11 ART310-001 MTWR 2 ART104-001 TR 1023 MDIA496-001

Typography Intro to Drawing Portfolio Development

3 3 1-3

HAR113 ADC215 HAR328

15 20 20

TR TR TR

Intro to Ceramics Advanced Ceramics Top:Classical Drawing

3 2-6 3

ADC101 ADC101 SH111

Myers,Diane Staff Sherwin,David Taylor,Douglas Staff Staff Ahn,Harry

5 10 12

ART107-001 ART307-001 ART380-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

12 8 8


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Arch, Art & Design - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Visual Art & Design continued...) Arranged 16 ART459-001 Arranged 17 ART487-001 Arranged 18 ART497-001

Course Title

Art Methods:Secondary Internship * BFA Exhibition *

Cr

4 1-3 1-3

Room Number

Instructor Name

ARC119 ARC119

Root,Rhonda Root,Rhonda Ullom,Marc

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

39 Max Enrl


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Arch, Art & Design - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

ARC120 ARC120 ARC120 ARC109

Root,Rhonda Homenchuk,Troy

ARC106 ARC

Lowing,Thomas von Maur,Andrew von Maur,Andrew

40 Max Enrl

Architecture Fall Semester 2012 09:00–09:50 09:30–10:20 09:30–11:10 09:30–12:30 12:30–13:20 11:30–13:10 13:20–17:20 Arranged

TR M W F T MW MWR

1060 ARCH425-001 1063 ARCH485-001

Arch of Ancient Americas Sp Top:Digital Lineaments

2,3 1-4

1070 ARCH445-001

Furniture Design

1069 ARCH535-001 1074 ARCH521-001 1076 ARCH485-002

Professional Practice Urban Design Studio: Special Topics: *

1078 ARCH496-001

Cooperative Work Experience *

1-6

Special Topics:CAD Special Topics: Special Topics:CAD Construction Law Special Top:Sustainable Design Visiting Critic/Topic Studio: Cooperative Work Experience * Special Top:Ind Travel Study Practicum

2 1-4 2 2 1-4 6 1-6 1-4 6-16

2 4 6 1-4

Carscallen,Carey

12

Requires blue card

Arranged

Staff

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged

MW TR MW MW TR MWR

868 875 873 1027 874 880 884 883 886

ARCH485-001 ARCH485-004 ARCH485-002 BSCM420-001 ARCH485-003 ARCH522-001 ARCH496-001 ARCH485-006 ARCH594-001

ARC120 ARC109 ARC109

Solis,Ariel Moreno,Mark Solis,Ariel Dronen,Paula Lowing,Thomas Smith,Martin Staff von Maur,Andrew Seibold,Llewellyn

12 12

Visual Art & Design Fall Semester 2012 Arranged

13

ART457-001

Art Methods:Elementary

4

ARC119

Root,Rhonda

Art Since 1945 Art Methods:Secondary

3 4

SH116 ARC119

Hansen,Steven Root,Rhonda

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 Arranged

MWF

20 16

ARTH440-001 ART459-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

55


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Business - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

41 Max Enrl

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

CSH209 CSH118 CSH210 CSH209 CSH210 CSH209 CSH208 CSH227 CSH210 CSH209 CSH210 CSH210 CSH209 CSH225 CSH208

Gibson,Annetta Sabas,Lucile Gashugi,Leonard Gashugi,Leonard Gibson,Annetta Sabas,Lucile Gibson,Annetta Troy,Carmelita Kirkpatrick,Alan Kirkpatrick,Alan Ruhupatty,LeRoy Troy,Carmelita Kirkpatrick,Alan Ruhupatty,LeRoy White,Richard

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2-3 3 3 3

CSH209 CSH118 CSH210 CSH208 CSH210 CSH208 CSH210 CSH208 CSH208 CSH210 CSH209 CSH208 CSH209 CSH208 CSH210

Gibson,Annetta Sabas,Lucile Sabas,Lucile Gashugi,Leonard Troy,Carmelita Kirkpatrick,Alan Gibson,Annetta Sabas,Lucile Kirkpatrick,Alan Ruhupatty,LeRoy Kirkpatrick,Alan Ruhupatty,LeRoy Troy,Carmelita Ruhupatty,LeRoy Troy,Carmelita

0

CSH226

Poblete,Armand

20

3 3

CSH108 CSH118

Maguad,Ben Poblete,Armand

120

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0

CSH208 CSH209 CSH108 CSH227 CSH108 CSH209 CSH208 CSH226 CSH208 CSH108 CSH227 CSH226

Maguad,Ben Goris,Jose Warwick,Jacquelyn Gibson,Betty Maguad,Ben Gibson,Betty Wrenn,Bruce Chi,Jerry Warwick,Jacquelyn Goris,Jose Poblete,Armand Poblete,Armand

20

3 0

CSH226 SH

Gibson,Betty Poblete,Armand

30 20

0

SH

Poblete,Armand

20

3 3 3 3

CSH209 CSH225 CSH208 CSH118

Wrenn,Bruce Poblete,Armand Warwick,Jacquelyn Poblete,Armand

120

Accounting/Economics/Finance Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 17:00–18:15

MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MW MW TR TR MW MW TR MW

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 34 31 32 33 1719

ACCT321-001 ECON225-001 ECON226-001 ECON454-001 ACCT121-001 ECON415-001 ACCT465-001 ACCT455-001 FNCE397-001 FNCE394-001 ACCT122-001 ACCT121-002 FNCE317-001 ACCT365-001 FNCE206-001

Intermediate Accounting Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Microeconomics International Economics Fundamentals of Accounting Intro to Econometrics Auditing Acct for Non-Profit Organizatn Investments Futures & Options Markets Fundamentals of Accounting Fundamentals of Accounting Business Finance Individual Taxation Personal Finance

45

45

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 18:30–19:45

MWF MWF TR MWF TR TR MWF MWF TR MW MW TR TR MW MW

21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 32 31 33 34 35

ACCT322-001 ECON225-001 ECON226-001 ECON334-001 ACCT476-001 FNCE429-001 ACCT122-001 ECON440-001 FNCE317-001 ACCT122-002 FNCE410-001 FNCE206-001 ACCT456-001 ACCT330-001 ACCT121-001

Intermediate Accounting Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Intermediate Microeconomics Acct Information Systems Portfolio Theory Fundamentals of Accounting Public Finance Business Finance Fundamentals of Accounting Intermediate Business Finance Personal Finance Advanced Accounting Cost & Managerial Acct Fundamentals of Accounting

Management/Marketing/Inf Sys Fall Semester 2012 08:30–10:20

MW

44

INFS120-L01

Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

09:30–10:20 10:00–10:50

MWF TR

45 46

BSAD345-001 INFS120-001

Business and Society Foundations of Info Tech Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 lab

10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–14:20

TR TR TR TR MWF MW MW TR TR TR TR MW

47 48 49 51 52 55 56 54 57 58 59 60

BSAD365-001 BSAD450-001 MKTG310-001 INFS436-001 BSAD355-001 INFS447-001 MKTG456-001 BSAD210-001 MKTG450-001 BSAD467-001 INFS318-001 INFS120-L02

Intl Environment of Business Multicultural Business Relatns Principles of Marketing Web-Based Business Systems Management & Organization Project Management Marketing Research Small Business Management Retailing International Management Business Sys Analysis & Design Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

14:00–16:45 14:45–16:35

TR MW

61 62

INFS215-001 INFS120-L03

Infor Systems Theory & App Foundations of Info Tech Lab

14:45–16:35

TR

63

INFS120-L04

Foundations of Info Tech Lab

Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–17:50

MW TR TR TR

64 65 66 69

MKTG320-001 INFS397-001 MKTG465-001 INFS120-002

Consumer Behavior Top:E-Business Programming International Marketing Foundations of Info Tech Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 lab

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Business - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

42 Max Enrl

3 3 0

CSH208 CSH226 CSH225

Gibson,Betty Chi,Jerry Staff

20

0

SH

Poblete,Armand

20

Business Law Adv Top:GMAT Prep Quantitative Adv Top:GMAT Prep Verbal

3 1 1

CSH210

Taylor,Susan Staff Staff

Motivation and Work Behavior Foundations of Info Tech Lab

3 0

CSH108 CSH226

Maguad,Ben Staff

20

3 3

CSH210 CSH118

Staff Poblete,Armand

120

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 0

CSH108 CSH226 CSH209 CSH108 CSH227 CSH118 CSH209 CSH108 CSH226

Goris,Jose Gibson,Betty Warwick,Jacquelyn Maguad,Ben Gibson,Betty Goris,Jose Poblete,Armand Warwick,Jacquelyn Staff

20

3 3 0

CSH108 CSH226 SH

Staff Gibson,Betty Staff

20

0

SH

Staff

20

3 3 3 0,3

CSH209 CSH225 CSH209 CSH118

Staff Poblete,Armand Warwick,Jacquelyn Poblete,Armand

60

3 0

CSH210 CSH225

Staff Staff

20

0

SH

Staff

20

3 3

CSH210 CSH209

Staff Staff

Course Title

(Management/Marketing/Inf Sys continued...) 17:00–18:15 TR 68 INFS310-001 Networks&Telecommunicatons 17:00–18:15 TR 71 BSAD475-001 Operations Management 17:00–18:50 MW 67 INFS120-L05 Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

17:30–19:20

TR

70

INFS120-L06

Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

18:30–19:45 Arranged Arranged

MW

72 73 74

BSAD341-001 BSAD497-001 BSAD497-002

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–10:20

MWF MW

43 44

BSAD436-001 INFS120-L01

Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

09:30–10:20 10:00–10:50

MWF TR

45 46

BSAD365-001 INFS120-001

Intl Environment of Business Foundations of Info Tech Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 lab

10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 12:30–14:20

TR TR TR MWF MW TR TR TR MW

47 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 57

BSAD355-001 INFS428-001 MKTG368-001 BSAD470-001 INFS457-001 BSAD494-001 INFS226-001 MKTG310-001 INFS120-L02

Management & Organization Database System Design & Dev Advertising & Promotion Quality Management Certification Support Business Strategy & Decisions Info Tech Hardware & Software Principles of Marketing Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

14:00–15:15 14:00–16:45 14:45–16:35

MW TR MW

58 59 60

BSAD384-001 INFS215-001 INFS120-L03

Human Resource Management Infor Systems Theory & App Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

14:45–16:35

TR

61

INFS120-L04

Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–17:50

MW TR TR TR

62 63 64 66

BSAD410-001 INFS235-001 MKTG440-001 INFS120-002

Entrepreneuring Business Programming Marketing Management Foundations of Info Tech Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 lab

17:00–18:15 17:00–18:50

MW MW

65 67

BSAD341-001 INFS120-L05

Business Law Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

17:30–19:20

TR

68

INFS120-L06

Foundations of Info Tech Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in INFS120 class

17:30–20:15 18:30–21:15

T W

987 986

BSAD475-001 MKTG375-001

Operations Management Direct Marketing

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Business - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

Accounting/Economics/Finance Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:20 10:30–11:20 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 17:00–18:15 17:00–19:45 18:30–21:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF MWF MWF TR MW MW MW T R

35 36 37 43 38 39 41 40 42 360 361 362

ECON506-001 ECON505-001 ACCT501-001 ACCT502-001 ACCT501-002 FNCE500-001 ECON525-001 ACCT620-001 ACCT610-001 ACCT610-999 ACCT620-999 ECON525-999

Survey of Microeconomics Survey of Macroeconomics Survey of Accounting I Survey of Accounting II Survey of Accounting I Survey of Business Finance Global Macroecon Analysis Financial Statement Analysis Managerial Accounting Managerial Accounting Financial Statement Analysis Global Macroecon Analysis

2 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

CSH210 CSH118 CSH210 CSH210 CSH210 CSH209 CSH209 CSH209 CSH227

Gashugi,Leonard Sabas,Lucile Gibson,Annetta Ruhupatty,LeRoy Troy,Carmelita Kirkpatrick,Alan Sabas,Lucile Troy,Carmelita Ruhupatty,LeRoy Ruhupatty,LeRoy Troy,Carmelita Sabas,Lucile

Survey of Macroeconomics Survey of Microeconomics Survey of Accounting II Survey of Business Finance Survey of Accounting II Managerial Economics Survey of Accounting I Managerial Economics

2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3

CSH118 CSH210 CSH210 CSH208 CSH210 CSH208 CSH210

Sabas,Lucile Sabas,Lucile Gibson,Annetta Kirkpatrick,Alan Ruhupatty,LeRoy Gashugi,Leonard Troy,Carmelita Gashugi,Leonard

2 2 2 2 3 1-3 3

CSH108 CSH108 CSH226 CSH210 CSH108 CSH208

Warwick,Jacquelyn Maguad,Ben Chi,Jerry Staff Goris,Jose Sarkar,Robin Goris,Jose

2 2 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3

CSH108 CSH108 CSH210 CSH210 CSH210 CSH208 CSH108 CSH108

Goris,Jose Warwick,Jacquelyn Wrenn,Bruce Staff Staff Wrenn,Bruce Maguad,Ben Goris,Jose Wrenn,Bruce Maguad,Ben Goris,Jose

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 10:30–11:20 12:30–13:45 14:00–15:15 17:00–18:15 18:30–19:45 Arranged

MWF TR MWF TR MW MW MW

37 36 40 38 42 39 41 247

ECON505-001 ECON506-001 ACCT502-001 FNCE500-001 ACCT502-002 ECON530-001 ACCT501-001 ECON530-999

Management/Marketing/Inf Sys Fall Semester 2012 10:00–11:15 11:30–12:20 17:00–18:15 18:30–19:45 18:30–21:15 18:30–21:15 Arranged

TR MWF TR MW M W

50 53 358 359 75 1684 76

MKTG500-001 BSAD500-001 BSAD505-001 BSAD506-001 BSAD515-001 BSAD556-001 BSAD515-999

Survey of Marketing Survey of Management Survey of Operations Mgmt Survey of Business Law Organizational Behavior Top:International Marketing Organizational Behavior

Spring Semester 2013 10:00–11:15 12:30–13:45 15:30–17:20 17:00–18:15 17:30–20:15 18:30–21:15 18:30–21:15 18:30–21:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged

TR TR T MW T M T W

48 56 234 985 232 235 238 240 237 239 242

BSAD500-001 MKTG500-001 MKTG540-001 BSAD506-001 BSAD505-001 MKTG680-001 BSAD620-001 BSAD530-001 MKTG680-999 BSAD620-999 BSAD530-999

Survey of Management Survey of Marketing Marketing for Non-Profit Orgs Survey of Business Law Survey of Operations Mgmt Marketing Strategy Christian Ethics, Serv&Society Mgmt of Not-for-Profit Orgs Marketing Strategy Christian Ethics, Serv&Society Mgmt of Not-for-Profit Orgs

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

43 Max Enrl


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Education - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

3

BH183

Gabriel,Elvin

44 Max Enrl

Graduate Psyc & Counseling Spring Semester 2013 11:30–12:20

MWF

859

GDPC302-001

Educational Psychology

Leadership Fall Semester 2012 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 15:30–17:15 15:30–17:15 15:30–17:15 15:30–17:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF MWF TR TR R R T T

1644 1643 1021 1025 1023 1027 1022 1026 1024 1028 1029 1030

LEAD310-001 LEAD320-001 LEAD101-001 LEAD301-001 LEAD101-003 LEAD301-003 LEAD101-002 LEAD301-002 LEAD200-001 LEAD496-001 LEAD498-001 LEAD499-001

Theories of Leadership Introduction to Coaching Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership and Mentoring Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership and Mentoring Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership and Mentoring Practicum: Leadership Capstone Leadership Change Project Independent Study: *

3 3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 0 1 1-3 1-3

CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL

Staff Staff Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David

25 25 25 10 25 10 25 10

Creative Problem Solving Introduction to Coaching Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership and Mentoring Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership and Mentoring Fundamentals of Leadership Leadership and Mentoring Practicum: Leadership Capstone Leadership Change Project Independent Study:

3 3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 0 1 1-3 1-3

CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL CCLL

Staff Staff Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David Ferguson,David

25 25 25 10 25 10 25 10

3 4 3 2 2 2 2

BH180 BH015 BH015 BH180 BH015 BH015 BH015

Reid,Barbara McGarrell,Faith-Ann Bacchiocchi,Michelle Agnetta,Nancy Agnetta,Nancy Agnetta,Nancy Ostrander,Ray

2 2 3 1 3 3

BH015 BH182 BH180 BH013 BH015 BH015

Ostrander,Ray Staff Bacchiocchi,Michelle Reid,Barbara Agnetta,Nancy Agnetta,Nancy

2 3 1-4 2 1-15 1-15 2

BH015

Staff Staff Agnetta,Nancy Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Ostrander,Ray

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 15:30–17:15 15:30–17:15 15:30–17:15 15:30–17:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF MWF TR TR R R T T

1091 1096 1087 1092 1089 1094 1088 1093 1090 1097 1098 1099

LEAD220-001 LEAD320-001 LEAD101-001 LEAD301-001 LEAD101-003 LEAD301-003 LEAD101-002 LEAD301-002 LEAD200-001 LEAD496-001 LEAD498-001 LEAD499-001

Teaching/Learning/Curriculum Fall Semester 2012 07:30–09:00 07:30–09:20 08:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 12:30–15:20

TR TR MWF MW MW TR TR

785 786 788 789 790 911 912

EDTE459-001 EDTE165-001 EDTE447-001 EDTE140-001 EDTE160-001 EDTE160-002 EDTE444-001

Second Tch Methods:(Area) Philosphcl&Social Fund of Educ Elem Social Studies&Character Reading Vocabulary Development College Reading Efficiency College Reading Efficiency Elem Lang Arts Methods

15:30–16:20 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–18:00 17:00–19:45 17:00–19:45

TR MW TR W MW R

913 915 916 917 914 919

EDTE436-001 EDTE476-001 EDTE408-001 EDTE487-001 EDTE228-001 EDTE420-001

Writing K-8 Meth Integrating Inst Tech: Principle of Teaching&Learning Student Teaching Seminar Strategies Ed Except&Div Lrn Literacy Interventn Strategies

18:30–20:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

T

918 921 920 923 924 925 926

EDTE424-001 EDTE485-001 EDTE460-001 EDTE480-001 EDTE488-001 EDTE488-002 EDTE484-001

Classroom Testing & Evaluation Adv Meth Elen Clsrm Literacy Reading Practicum First Days of School Exp Student Teaching:Elementary Student Teaching:Secondary Developmental Reading

30

Must be concurrently enrolled in EDTE484

Additional lab time required

TR

BH015

Must be concurrently enrolled in EDTE444

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

25


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Education - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

BH180 BH181 BH015 BH015 BH015 BH161 BH183 BH BH180 BH015 BH015 BH

Davidson,R Lee Agnetta,Nancy Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Bacchiocchi,Michelle Agnetta,Nancy McGarrell,Faith-Ann Bacchiocchi,Michelle Staff Ostrander,Ray

45 Max Enrl

(Teaching/Learning/Curriculum continued...)

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:45 14:00–15:15 15:30–16:45 17:00–18:00 17:00–18:15 17:00–18:15 17:00–19:00 17:00–20:20 18:30–19:45 18:30–19:45 18:30–19:45 18:30–20:20

TR MW MW T MW TR TR R W TR W T

748 749 750 751 752 755 753 759 757 756

EDTE445-001 EDTE164-001 EDTE446-001 EDTE487-001 EDTE408-001 EDTE228-001 EDTE165-001 EDTE448-001 EDTE425-001 EDTE417-001

Elem Mathematics Methods Dynamic Reading Strategies Elem Science & Health Methods Student Teaching Seminar Principle of Teaching&Learning Strategies Ed Except&Div Lrn Philosphcl&Social Fund of Educ Meth Integ Arts&Mvemnt Elem Cu Multi-grade/Multiage Ed Tch Rdg Content Area/Secondary

758

EDTE418-001

Methods for Tch Beg Reading

3 1-2 3 1 3 0,3 4 3 1 3 3

Staff

Additional lab time required

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

760 762 763 764

EDTE460-001 EDTE480-001 EDTE488-001 EDTE488-002

Reading Practicum First Days of School Exp Student Teaching (Level) Student Teaching (Level)

1-4 2 1-15 1-15

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Agnetta,Nancy Staff Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara

25 30


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Education - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

General Education Fall Semester 2012 Arranged Arranged

1043 EDUC560-001 1044 EDUC870-001

Degree Reactivation Doctoral Comprehensive Exam

0 0

Staff Staff

Degree Reactivation Doctoral Comprehensive Exam

0 0

Staff Staff

Spring Semester 2013 Arranged Arranged

909 910

EDUC560-001 EDUC870-001

Graduate Psyc & Counseling Fall Semester 2012 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 18:30–21:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MW MW M M R R R T T W W W M R R T T T W W

976 980 982 1731 996 997 998 984 985 990 992 993 983 1002 1003 987 989 991 994 995 1012 977 981 986 988 999 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008 1009 1010 1011 1013 1015 1017 1156

GDPC630-001 GDPC750-001 GDPC644-001 GDPC554-001 GDPC686-001 GDPC530-001 GDPC618-001 GDPC644-002 GDPC651-001 GDPC635-001 GDPC835-001 GDPC615-001 EDRM611-001 GDPC514-001 EDRM713-001 GDPC619-001 EDRM880-001 GDPC620-001 GDPC625-001 GDPC638-001 GDPC899-001 GDPC630-P08 GDPC750-P08 GDPC651-P03 GDPC609-001 GDPC618-P01 GDPC765-001 GDPC655-001 GDPC660-001 GDPC669-001 GDPC685-001 GDPC745-001 GDPC810-001 GDPC870-001 EDRM605-999 GDPC675-001 GDPC820-001 GDPC608-001

Personality Assessment Personality Assessment Psychological Testing Career Development Therapies&Diag Psychopath Chld Professionl Iss School Counsel Legal & Ethical Issues in Schl Psychological Testing Behavioral&Educational Assess Theories&Tech of Counseling Sem in Counseling Psychology Advanced Human Development Applied Statistical Methods I Psychology of Learning Applied Statistical Methds III Prof Iss in Clincl Mental Hlth Diss Proposal Development Hist & Systems of Psychology Biopsychology Group Processes Doctoral Dissertation * Personality Assessment Lab Personality Assessment Lab Behavioral&Educatnl Assess Lab Top in Prof Iss Clin Ment Hlth Legal & Ethcl Iss in Schl Lab Sem Supervision of Counselors Internship in Counseling Program Continuation MA Thesis Continuation MA Lev Comprehensive Exam Prep Pract in Counseling Psychology Internship School Psychology Comp Exam Prep Qualitatve Res Meth Educ&Psyc Adv Intrnshp Mntl Hlth Couslg Internship Counseling Psychlgy Top in Legal & Ethical Issues

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 1-16 0 0 0 1 0 2 1-6 0 0 0 1 1-3 0 3 3 .5-1 1

BH181 BH181 BH183 BH180 BH183 BH181 BH161 BH181 BH183 BH161 BH183 BH180 BH183 BH183 BH153 BH183 BH153 BH180 BH183 BH180

Waite,Dennis Waite,Dennis Montagano,Jeannie Hinman,Bradly Coffen,Ronald Hinman,Bradly Lundy,Elizabeth Montagano,Jeannie Lundy,Elizabeth Hinman,Bradly Woolford-Hunt,Carole Coffen,Ronald Kijai,Jimmy Gabriel,Elvin Kijai,Jimmy Carbonell,Nancy Grajales Guerra,Tevni Woolford-Hunt,Carole Bailey,Rudolph Carbonell,Nancy Staff Waite,Dennis Waite,Dennis Lundy,Elizabeth Carbonell,Nancy Lundy,Elizabeth Coffen,Ronald Waite,Dennis Jeffery,James Bailey,Rudolph Jeffery,James Waite,Dennis Montagano,Jeannie Jeffery,James Grajales Guerra,Tevni Waite,Dennis Waite,Dennis Lundy,Elizabeth

1

BH183

Lundy,Elizabeth

3 3 3 3

BH180 BH183 BH181 BH181

Hinman,Bradly Woolford-Hunt,Carole Hinman,Bradly Coffen,Ronald

3

BH180

Montagano,Jeannie

0,3 3 3 1 3

BH180 BH181 BH183 BH153 BH180

Woolford-Hunt,Carole Coffen,Ronald Lundy,Elizabeth Grajales Guerra,Tevni Carbonell,Nancy

Spring Semester 2013 15:30–16:50

R

852

GDPC555-001

Early Childhood Iss in Assess Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC555-L01 lab

15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20

M M R T

834 835 851 838

GDPC650-001 GDPC616-001 GDPC624-001 GDPC652-001

Practicum in Counseling Psych Religious Experience Therapies for Addctns&Behvr Cognitive Assessments

15:30–18:20

T

840

GDPC753-001

Psyc Dec Making & Intrvntns

Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC652-L01 lab Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC653-L01 lab

15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 18:30–19:50 18:30–21:20

W W W T M

845 846 847 844 836

GDPC670-001 GDPC540-001 GDPC672-001 EDRM710-001 GDPC645-001

Advanced Social Psychology Beh & Emotional Prob of Childn Psychoeducational Consultation Sem in Res Methodology Prof Ethic Counselor Psycholog

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

46 Max Enrl


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Education - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

(Graduate Psyc & Counseling continued...) 18:30–21:20 M 837 EDRM704-001 Des&Analysis Educ&Psyc Surv 18:30–21:20 R 856 GDPC650-002 Practicum in Counseling 18:30–21:20 R 857 GDPC687-001 Therapies Adults:Theory&Pract 18:30–21:20 T 842 GDPC520-001 Psycholgcl Devlp-The Life Span 18:30–21:20 T 843 GDPC640-001 Multicultral Iss Counsel&Psych 18:30–21:20 W 848 SPED630-001 Educ of St w Math&Writ Disabil 18:30–21:20 W 849 GDPC629-001 Psychopthlgy:Classfctn&Trtmnt 18:30–21:20 W 850 EDRM712-001 Applied Statistical Methods II Arranged 888 GDPC899-001 Doctoral Dissertation * Arranged 839 GDPC652-P04 Cognitive Assessments Lab

Cr

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-16 0

Room Number

Instructor Name

BH183 BH161 BH181 BH180 BH181 BH161 BH183 BH181

Kijai,Jimmy Carbonell,Nancy Waite,Dennis Gabriel,Elvin Carbonell,Nancy Greulich,Luana Waite,Dennis Kijai,Jimmy Staff Coffen,Ronald

47 Max Enrl

Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC652-001 class

Arranged

841

GDPC753-P07

Psyc Dec Making&Intrvntns Lab

0

Montagano,Jeannie

0

Lundy,Elizabeth

3

Greulich,Luana

0

Greulich,Luana

Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC653-001 class

Arranged

853

GDPC555-P05

Early Childhd Iss Assess Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC555-001 class

Arranged

854

GDPC525-001

Psych&Educ Exceptional Childrn Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC525-L01 lab

Arranged

855

GDPC525-P02

Psych&Educ Exceptional Childrn Must be concurrently enrolled in GDPC525-001 class

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

858 860 861 862 863 864 865 866 890 892 893

EDRM505-999 GDPC655-001 GDPC660-001 GDPC669-001 GDPC685-001 GDPC745-001 GDPC810-001 GDPC870-001 GDPC675-001 GDPC820-001 GDPC654-001

Research Methods Internship in Counseling Program Continuation MA Thesis Continuation MA Lev Comprehensive Exam Prep Pract in Counseling Psychology Internship School Psychology Comp Exam Prep Adv Intrnshp Mntl Hlth Couslg Internship Counseling Psychlgy Practicum in School Psychology

3 1-6 0 0 0 1 1-3 0 3 .5-1 1-6

Grajales Guerra,Tevni Waite,Dennis Jeffery,James Bailey,Rudolph Jeffery,James Waite,Dennis Montagano,Jeannie Jeffery,James Waite,Dennis Waite,Dennis Bailey,Rudolph

Internship: * Ed Admin Prog Cont (EdS&Doct) Comp Exam Prep (EdS & Doct) Dissertation Continuation Workshop * Leadership Continuation Portfolio Development: * Research/Thesis Project * Adv Seminar * Research Project * Adv Internship: * Dissertation Continuation Leadership Capstone Independent Study: *

1-12 0 0 0 1-12 0 0-3 3 1-12 3-6 1-12 0 1 1-3

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Ferguson,David Ferguson,David

4 2-3 3 3 1-3 1-2 2,3 1-3 2-3 2-3

Staff Ledesma,Janet Jeffery,James Marinho,Robson Staff Staff Covrig,Duane Covrig,Duane Ledesma,Janet Ledesma,Janet

Leadership Fall Semester 2012 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

1039 1040 1041 1042 1046 1047 1048 1050 1053 1054 1055 1056 1028 1030

EDAL680-001 EDAL750-001 EDAL785-001 EDAL888-001 LEAD648-001 LEAD650-001 LEAD675-001 LEAD698-001 LEAD789-001 LEAD798-001 LEAD886-001 LEAD888-001 LEAD496-001 LEAD499-001

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

1045 1018 1019 1020 1032 1034 1035 1036 1037 1038

LEAD635-999 EDAL635-999 EDAL655-999 EDAL667-999 LEAD535-999 LEAD625-999 LEAD637-999 LEAD645-999 EDAL664-999 EDAL665-999

Multi-media courses Leadership & Learning Plan Human Resources Admin Higher Education Finance Ldshp in Higher Education Principles of Academic Writing Research Writing Seminar Issues in Research Ethical Ldshp&Org Integrity Elem School Ldshp Secd School Ldshp

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

0


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Education - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

48 Max Enrl

(Leadership continued...)

Spring Semester 2013 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

904 905 906 907 908 913 914 917 920 921 922 923 924 1097 1099

EDAL650-001 EDAL680-001 EDAL750-001 EDAL785-001 EDAL888-001 LEAD648-001 LEAD650-001 LEAD698-0 LEAD789-001 LEAD798-001 LEAD886-001 LEAD888-001 LEAD899-001 LEAD496-001 LEAD499-001

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

895 911 912 915 894 896 897 898 900 902 903

EDAL640-999 LEAD635-999 LEAD636-999 LEAD675-999 EDAL570-999 EDAL645-999 EDAL670-999 EDAL675-999 LEAD535-999 LEAD625-999 LEAD880-999

Educ Admin Program Cont (MA) Internship: * Ed Admin Prog Cont (EdS&Doct) Comp Exam Prep (EdS & Doct) Dissertation Continuation Workshop * Leadership Continuation Research/Thesis Project * Adv Seminar * Research Project * Adv Internship: * Dissertation Continuation Doctoral Dissertation * Leadership Capstone Independent Study:

0 1-12 0 0 0 1-12 0 3 1-12 3-6 1-12 0 1-14 1 1-3

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Ferguson,David Ferguson,David

3 4 2 0-3 2-3 2-3 3 3 1-3 1-2 2

Staff Staff Staff Staff Ledesma,Janet Gonzalez,Sylvia Jeffery,James Marinho,Robson Staff Staff Gonzalez,Sylvia

Multi-media courses Higher Education Law Leadership & Learning Plan Issues in Leadership Foundatn Portfolio Development: * Prin of Educ Supervision K-12 Educational Finance Technology for Leaders College Student Dev Theory Principles of Academic Writing Research Writing Seminar Dissertation Proposal Dev

Teaching/Learning/Curriculum Fall Semester 2012 07:30–09:00 07:30–09:20 08:30–10:20 12:30–15:20

TR TR MWF TR

785 787 788 912

EDTE459-001 EDTE630-001 EDTE447-001 EDTE444-001

Second Tch Methods:(Area) Sem:Phil & Soci Found of Educ Elem Social Studies&Character Elem Lang Arts Methods

15:30–16:20 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–18:00 17:00–19:45

TR MW TR W R

913 915 916 917 919

EDTE436-001 EDTE476-001 EDTE408-001 EDTE487-001 EDTE420-001

Writing K-8 Meth Integrating Inst Tech: Principle of Teaching&Learning Student Teaching Seminar Literacy Interventn Strategies

18:30–20:20 18:30–21:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

T R

918 933 921 929 930 939 942 943 949 951 952 974 920 923 927 928 931 934 935 937 940 941 944 946

EDTE424-001 EDFN500-001 EDTE485-001 EDTE588-003 EDTE588-004 EDCI680-001 EDCI689-001 EDCI690-001 EDCI799-001 EDCI885-001 EDCI886-001 EDCI899-001 EDTE460-001 EDTE480-001 EDTE588-001 EDTE588-002 EDTE600-001 EDCI600-001 EDCI607-001 EDCI650-001 EDCI685-001 EDCI686-001 EDCI695-001 EDCI699-001

Classroom Testing & Evaluation Philosophcl Fd for Professnls Adv Meth Elen Clsrm Literacy Grad Student Teaching:SPED K-5 Grad Student Teaching:SPED6-12 Field Work in Reading:Elem Seminar * Readings & Independent Study * Advanced Project: * Applied Research(Topic) * Internship (Topic) * Doctoral Dissertation * Reading Practicum First Days of School Exp Grad Student Teaching:Elem Grad Student Teaching:Sec Program Continuation Program Continuation Curriculum:Dev Online Courses Curriculum Design & Developmnt MA Lev Comprehensive Exam Prep Curriculum Past & Present Master’s Portfolio Thesis *

3 2 3 2

BH180 BH015 BH015 BH015

Reid,Barbara McGarrell,Faith-Ann Bacchiocchi,Michelle Ostrander,Ray

2 2 3 1 3

BH015 BH182 BH180 BH013 BH015

Ostrander,Ray Staff Bacchiocchi,Michelle Reid,Barbara Agnetta,Nancy

2 3 3 1-10 1-10 1-3 0-4 1-3 1-6 1-8 1-8 1-14 1-4 2 1-10 1-10 0 0 3 3 0 3 1 0-3

BH015 BH180

Staff Matthews,John Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Agnetta,Nancy Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Jeffery,James Jeffery,James Ostrander,Ray McGarrell,Faith-Ann Jeffery,James Ostrander,Ray Burton,Larry Burton,Larry

Must be concurrently enrolled in EDTE484

Additional lab time required

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

5


Andrews University Class Schedule School of Education - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

(Teaching/Learning/Curriculum continued...) Arranged 947 EDCI756-001 Advanced Studies (Area) * Arranged 948 EDCI795-001 Specialist Portfolio Arranged 950 EDCI870-001 Comp Exam Prep Arranged 971 EDCI888-001 Dissertation Continuation Arranged 972 EDCI889-001 Doctoral Seminar Arranged 973 EDCI895-001 Doctoral Portfolio Arranged 975 EDCI696-001 Project Implementation Arranged TR 926 EDTE484-001 Developmental Reading

Cr

1-3 1 0 0 1-3 1 1-3 2

Room Number

Instructor Name

BH015

Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Jeffery,James Jeffery,James Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Ostrander,Ray

49 Max Enrl

Must be concurrently enrolled in EDTE444

Multi-media courses Arranged Arranged Arranged

936 938 945

EDCI607-999 EDCI650-999 EDCI696-999

Curriculum:Dev Online Courses Curriculum Design & Developmnt Project Implementation

3 3 1-3

3 3 1 3 1-4 3 1 3

Ostrander,Ray McGarrell,Faith-Ann Ostrander,Ray

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:45 15:30–16:45 17:00–18:00 17:00–18:15 17:00–19:00 17:00–20:20 18:30–19:45 18:30–19:45 18:30–19:45 18:30–20:20

TR MW T MW TR R W TR W T

748 750 751 752 754 759 757 756

EDTE445-001 EDTE446-001 EDTE487-001 EDTE408-001 EDTE630-001 EDTE448-001 EDTE425-001 EDTE417-001

Elem Mathematics Methods Elem Science & Health Methods Student Teaching Seminar Principle of Teaching&Learning Seminar Meth Integ Arts&Mvemnt Elem Cu Multi-grade/Multiage Ed Tch Rdg Content Area/Secondary

758

EDTE418-001

Methods for Tch Beg Reading

3

BH180 BH015 BH015 BH015 BH BH BH180 BH015 BH015 BH

Davidson,R Lee Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Bacchiocchi,Michelle McGarrell,Faith-Ann Bacchiocchi,Michelle Staff Ostrander,Ray

5

Staff

Additional lab time required

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

771 760 762 765 766 767 768 769 772 773 774 775 776 777 778 779 781 782 783 784 785 786 787 788 789 790

EDCI545-001 EDTE460-001 EDTE480-001 EDTE588-001 EDTE588-002 EDTE588-003 EDTE588-004 EDTE600-001 EDCI600-001 EDCI680-001 EDCI685-001 EDCI686-001 EDCI689-001 EDCI690-001 EDCI695-001 EDCI696-001 EDCI756-001 EDCI795-001 EDCI799-001 EDCI870-001 EDCI885-001 EDCI886-001 EDCI888-001 EDCI889-001 EDCI895-001 EDCI899-001

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

791 792 793 794

EDCI545-999 EDCI686-999 EDCI696-999 EDFN500-999

Assessment&Eval of Learning Reading Practicum First Days of School Exp Grad Student Teaching:Level Grad Student Teaching:Level Grad Student Teaching:Level Grad Student Teaching:Level Program Continuation Program Continuation Field Work in Reading:Elem MA Lev Comprehensive Exam Prep Curriculum Past & Present Seminar * Readings & Independent Study * Master’s Portfolio Project Implementation Advanced Studies (Area) * Specialist Portfolio Advanced Project: * Comp Exam Prep Applied Research(Topic) * Internship (Topic) * Dissertation Contination Doctoral Seminar Doctoral Portfolio Doctoral Dissertation *

3 1-4 2 1-10 1-10 1-10 1-10 0 0 1-3 0 3 0-4 1-3 1 1-3 1-3 1 1-6 0 1-8 1-8 0 1-3 1 1-14

Staff Agnetta,Nancy Staff Reid,Barbara Reid,Barbara Staff Staff Jeffery,James Jeffery,James Staff Jeffery,James Ostrander,Ray Staff Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Ostrander,Ray Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Jeffery,James Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Jeffery,James Burton,Larry Burton,Larry Burton,Larry

3 3 1-3 2,3

Staff Ostrander,Ray Ostrander,Ray Matthews,John

Multi-media courses Assessment&Eval of Learning Curriculum Past & Present Project Implementation Philosophcl Fd for Professnls

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

0


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Room Number

Instructor Name

Hyde,Aileen

3

HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 PH211

0 0

HH333 PH339

Kilsby,Marcia Show,Richard

0

HH215

Reiner,Karen

0

PH339

Kilsby,Marcia

0

HH215

Newkirk,Timothy

0

HH215

Hyde,Aileen

3 0

HH333 PH339

Hyde,Aileen Show,Richard

1 1 0

HH333 HH333 PH339

Newkirk,Timothy Hyde,Aileen Show,Richard

0

HH215

Reiner,Karen

0

PH339

Kilsby,Marcia

0

HH215

Newkirk,Timothy

0

HH215

Hyde,Aileen

0

PH339

Show,Richard

Cr

50 Max Enrl

Medical Laboratory Sciences Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 10:30–11:20 08:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 08:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–12:20 09:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20

R F W F M W T M R T MWF

589

MLSC421-001

Clin Immuno&Moleclr Diagn

2

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC421-L01 or L02 lab

598

MLSC451-001

Clinical Chemistry I

4

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC451-L01 or L02 lab

592

MLSC431-001

Clinical Bacteriology

4

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC431-L01 or L02 lab

595

MLSC441-001

Immunohematology

3

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC441-L01 or L02 lab

586

MLSC411-001

Hematology

3

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC411-L01 or L02 lab

582

MLSC350-001

Fund of Clinical Chemistry

Show,Richard Reiner,Karen Kilsby,Marcia Newkirk,Timothy Show,Richard

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC350-L01 or L02 lab

11:30–12:20 13:30–15:55

W M

585 599

MLSC401-001 MLSC451-L01

Clin Year Sem&Resrch Methodlgy Clinical Chemistry I Lab

13:30–15:55

MT

593

MLSC431-L01

Clinical Bacteriology Lab

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC451-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC431-001 class

13:30–15:55

T

596

MLSC441-L01

Immunohematology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC441-001 class

13:30–15:55

W

587

MLSC411-L01

Hematology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC411-001 class

13:30–15:55

W

590

MLSC421-L01

Clin Immuno&Moleclr Diagn Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC421-001 class

14:00–14:50 14:30–17:20

MTR W

581 583

MLSC320-001 MLSC350-L01

Fundamentals of Immunology Fund of Clinical Chemistry Lab

10

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC350-001 class

15:00–15:50 16:00–16:50 16:05–18:20

R R M

330 329 600

MLSC110-001 MLSC105-001 MLSC451-L02

Medical Terminology Intro to Medical Laboratory Sc Clinical Chemistry I Lab

16:05–18:20

MT

594

MLSC431-L02

Clinical Bacteriology Lab

35 35

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC451-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC431-001 class

16:05–18:20

T

597

MLSC441-L02

Immunohematology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC441-001 class

16:05–18:20

W

588

MLSC411-L02

Hematology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC411-001 class

16:05–18:20

W

591

MLSC421-L02

Clin Immuno&Moleclr Diagn Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC421-001 class

18:30–21:20

W

584

MLSC350-L02

Fund of Clinical Chemistry Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC350-001 class

Arranged

602

MLSC496-001

Extended Clinical Practicum

1

Kilsby,Marcia

Clin Mycology & Parasitology

2

HH333

Reiner,Karen Newkirk,Timothy

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–10:20

MW

615

MLSC432-001

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC432-L01 or L02 lab

08:30–10:20 14:30–15:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–12:20 09:30–10:20 14:30–17:20 09:30–10:20 14:30–17:20 09:30–11:20

R M T W MWF T MWF T F

614

MLSC412-001

Hemostasis

1

608

MLSC210-001

Fund of Hematology&Hemostasis

2

610

MLSC240-001

Fund of Immunohematology

1

616

MLSC432-L01

Clin Mycology&Parasitology Lab

0

HH333 HH333 HH333 HH333 PH HH PH HH HH215

619

MLSC442-001

Transfusion Medicine

1

0

PH339

Kilsby,Marcia Kilsby,Marcia Reiner,Karen

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC442-L01 or L02 lab

Kilsby,Marcia Newkirk,Timothy Hyde,Aileen Reiner,Karen

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC432-001 class

09:30–11:20

F

620

MLSC442-L01

Transfusion Medicine Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC442-001 class

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 14:30–16:20 10:30–12:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–13:20

T TR MW M R F

613 609

MLSC405-001 MLSC230-001

Clin Yr Sem&Resrch Project Fund of Clinical Microbiology

1 3

626

MLSC475-001

Medical Laboratory Mgmt Concpt

2

617

MLSC432-L02

Clin Mycology&Parasitology Lab

0

HH333 PH211 HH215 HH333 HH333 HH215

0

PH339

Show,Richard Reiner,Karen

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC432-001 class

11:30–13:20

F

621

MLSC442-L02

Transfusion Medicine Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC442-001 class

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Kilsby,Marcia

10


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

(Medical Laboratory Sciences continued...) 13:30–14:20 MTW 612 MLSC400-001 Spec Procurement & Processing Arranged 14:00–14:50 R 580 MLSC110-001 Medical Terminology 14:30–16:20 T 622 MLSC452-001 Clinical Chemistry II

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

1

HH333

Hyde,Aileen

1 2

HH107 HH333

Newkirk,Timothy Show,Richard

1 0

HH333 PH339

Show,Richard Show,Richard

0

PH339

Show,Richard

51 Max Enrl

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC452-L01 or L02 lab

14:30–17:20 14:30–17:20

R W

625 623

MLSC461-001 MLSC452-L01

Body Fluids Clinical Chemistry II Lab

14:30–17:20

W

624

MLSC452-L02

Clinical Chemistry II Lab

Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC452-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in MLSC452-001 class

Arranged

618

MLSC433-001

Clin Microbiology Practicum

4

Reiner,Karen

Nursing Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 08:30–10:20

W F T

622

NRSG315-001

Pathophysiology

3

Staff

50

0

MH MH MH

620

NRSG216-L02

Fund of Nrsg Theory&Prac Lab

Ngugi,Mary

18

4

MH

Kuhn,Gisele

18

5

MH

Schmidt,Gisela

18

Saliba,Arlene

23

Staff Papendick,Cynthia Staff

18 18 18

Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-002 class AND NRSG216-C02 or C04 (8 hr) clinical

08:30–11:20

M

630

NRSG440-001

The Developing Child Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG440-C01,C02 or C03 (8 hr) clinical

08:30–11:20

T

614

NRSG216-001

Fund of Nrsg Theory&Practice Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-L01 skills lab AND NRSG216-C01 or C03 (8 hr) clinical

09:30–10:45 09:30–10:45 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20

W F M M RF

613

NRSG212-001

Nursing Pharmacology II

3

611 612 627

NRSG211-001 NRSG211-002 NRSG430-001

Nursing Pharmacology I Nursing Pharmacology I The Childbearing Family

2 2 5

MH MH MH MH MH

1 5

MH MH

Carter,Nancy Saliba,Arlene

36 23

3 0

MH MH

Allen,Karen Schmidt,Gisela

23 18

2 5

MH MH

Papendick,Cynthia Hanna,Henrietta Ngugi,Mary

23 18

0

MH

Schmidt,Gisela

9

0

MH

Staff

9

0

MH

Ngugi,Mary

9

0

MH

Hanna,Henrietta

9

0

MH

Staff

8

0

MH

Staff

8

0

MH

Staff

8

0

MH

Kuhn,Gisele

6

0

MH

Kuhn,Gisele

6

0

MH

Staff

6

Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG430-C01 or C02 (8 hr) clinical

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:45

F MR

634 623

NRSG366-001 NRSG331-001

Complentry Wellness&Restortn I Medical-Surgical I Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG331-C01,C02 or C03 (8 hr) clinical

12:30–15:20 13:00–15:00

R T

636 616

NRSG418-001 NRSG216-L01

Leadership in Nursing Fund of Nrsg Theory&Prac Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-001 class AND NRSG216-C01 or C03 (8 hr) clinical

13:00–15:20 13:00–15:50

W T

635 618

NRSG408-001 NRSG216-002

Families in Stress&Crisis Fund of Nrsg Theory&Practice Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-L02 skills lab AND NRSG216-C02 or C04 (8 hr) clinical

Arranged

R

615

NRSG216-C01

Fund of Nrsg Theory&Prac Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-001 class AND NRSG216-L01 skills lab

Arranged

R

617

NRSG216-C03

Fund of Nrsg Theory&Prac Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-001 class AND NRSG216-L01 skills lab

Arranged

R

619

NRSG216-C02

Fund of Nrsg Theory&Prac Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-002 class AND NRSG216-L02 skills lab

Arranged

R

621

NRSG216-C04

Fund of Nrsg Theory&Prac Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG216-002 class AND NRSG216-L02 skills lab

Arranged

T

624

NRSG331-C01

Medical-Surgical I Clinical Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG331-001 class

Arranged

T

625

NRSG331-C02

Medical-Surgical I Clinical Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG331-001 class

Arranged

T

626

NRSG331-C03

Medical-Surgical I Clinical Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG331-001 class

Arranged

T

631

NRSG440-C01

The Developing Child Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG440 class

Arranged

T

632

NRSG440-C02

The Developing Child Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG440 class

Arranged

T

633

NRSG440-C03

The Developing Child Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG440 class

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Nursing continued...) Arranged W 628

NRSG430-C01

Course Title

The Childbearing Family Clin

Room Number

Instructor Name

52 Max Enrl

0

MH

Staff

9

0

MH

Staff

9

0

MH

Sedlacek,Beverly

8

0

MH

Sedlacek,Beverly

8

3,4 2,3 2 2

MH MH MH MH

Hanna,Henrietta Saliba,Arlene Staff Kuhn,Gisele

24 18 18 18

1 1 4

Allen,Karen Ngugi,Mary Papendick,Cynthia

30 30 24

0

MH MH MH MH MH

Carter,Nancy

9

0

MH

Staff

9

6

MH

Schmidt,Gisela

24

3

MH

Saliba,Arlene

8

0

MH

Staff

8

2 0

MH MH

Schmidt,Gisela Staff

18 8

0

MH

Saliba,Arlene

8

3

MH

Saliba,Arlene

36

0

MH

Papendick,Cynthia

8

0

MH

Papendick,Cynthia

8

4

MH

Carter,Nancy

18

Allen,Karen Kuhn,Gisele

10 18

Cr

Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG430-001 class

Arranged

W

629

NRSG430-C02

The Childbearing Family Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG430-001 class

Spring Semester 2013 07:00–15:00

R

706

NRSG240-C03

Psychiatrc-Mntl Hlth Nrsg Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG240-001 class

07:00–15:00

R

707

NRSG240-C04

Psychiatrc-Mntl Hlth Nrsg Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG240-001 class

08:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 09:30–11:20 10:00–10:50

T R T M

724 725 722 723

NRSG445-001 NRSG466-001 NRSG416-001 NRSG438-040

Nursing Research Complemtry Welnes&Restoratn II Comprehensive Overview Intercultural Mission Service

10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–12:20 12:30–16:20

R T M F MT

702 701 703

NRSG215-002 NRSG215-001 NRSG240-001

Intro to Prof Nursing Concepts Intro to Prof Nursing Concepts Psychiatric-Mental Health Nrsg

718

NRSG450-C01

Community Nursing Clin

Must be enrolled in NRSG478-040

Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG240 clinical (8 hr) Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG450 class

12:30–16:20

MT

719

NRSG450-C02

Community Nursing Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG450 class

13:00–14:50

TW

713

NRSG332-001

Medical-Surgical II Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG332 clinical

13:00–15:00

R

709

NRSG305-C01

Health Assessment Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG305-001 class

13:00–15:00

R

712

NRSG305-C04

Health Assessment Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG305-001 class

13:00–15:00 13:00–15:00

R T

721 710

NRSG414-001 NRSG305-C02

High Acuity Nursing Health Assessment Clin

13:00–15:00

T

711

NRSG305-C03

Health Assessment Clin

Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG305-001 class Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG305-001 class

13:30–15:20

W

708

NRSG305-001

Health Assessment Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG305 clinical

14:00–22:00

T

704

NRSG240-C01

Psychiatrc-Mntl Hlth Nrsg Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG240-001 class

14:00–22:00

T

705

NRSG240-C02

Psychiatrc-Mntl Hlth Nrsg Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG240-001 class

17:30–19:20

M

717

NRSG450-001

Community Nursing Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG450 clinical

Arranged Arranged

720 726

NRSG320-001 NRSG478-040

Prof Nrsg Concepts for the RN Study Tour:

714

NRSG332-C01

Medical-Surgical II Clin

3 0

Must concurrently enrolled in NRSG438-040

Arranged

R

0

MH

Ngugi,Mary

0

MH

Kuhn,Gisele

8

0

MH

Staff

8

Carter,Nancy

18

Lighthall,Christian Lighthall,Christian Krivak,Gretchen Krivak,Gretchen Lighthall,Christian Wakefield,Dominique Staff Hernandez,Magaly

20 24 30 70 24 70 24 15

Staff

16

Pribis,Peter

100

Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG332-001 class

Arranged

R

715

NRSG332-C02

Medical-Surgical II Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG332-001 class

Arranged

R

716

NRSG332-C03

Medical-Surgical II Clin Must be concurrently enrolled in NRSG332-001 class

Arranged

W

727

NRSG480-001

Sen Nursing Internship

3

Nutrition and Wellness Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20

MW MW MWF T MW T TR MW F MW

690 672 652 700 673 701 677 653

FTES214-001 FTES106-001 FDNT310-001 HLED120-001 FTES107-001 HLED120-002 FTES118-001 FDNT351-001

Weight Training & Condtn (MEN) Beginning Basketball Nutrition in the Life Cycle Fit for Life Beginning Volleyball Fit for Life Badminton Foodservice Management I

1 1 3 1 1 1 1 3

678

FTES119-001

Tennis

1

MEIER JGYM MH319 MH319 JGYM MH319 JGYM MH318 MH318

Location for course:TENNIS COURTS

11:30–12:20

MWF

648

FDNT230-001

Nutrition

3

MH107

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

53 Max Enrl

Room Number

Instructor Name

3 1 1

MH319 BGYM

Craig,Winston Lighthall,Christian Staff

30 30

BUL153 JGYM MH319 MH319 MH319 MH300 MH318 MH318 MH318 MH319 JGYM FITZON BGYM MH MH318 MH319 MH319 FITZON

Morrow,Greggory Staff Krivak,Gretchen

70 24 16

Krivak,Gretchen

16

Hernandez,Magaly

15

Craig,Winston Schalk,Brenda Staff Wakefield,Dominique Morrow,Greggory Wakefield,Dominique Craig,Winston Pribis,Peter

15

Cr

(Nutrition and Wellness 11:30–12:20 MWF 656 12:30–13:20 MW 689 12:30–13:20 MW 1654

continued...) FDNT448-001 FTES210-001 FTES119-002

Nutrition & Wellness Personal Fitness Plan Tennis

12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–14:20 13:00–13:50 14:00–16:50 13:30–14:45 15:00–17:50 13:30–16:00 14:00–14:50 14:00–14:50 14:00–14:50 14:00–15:15 14:00–15:15 14:30–17:00 15:00–15:50 16:00–17:50 15:30–16:20 15:30–16:45 15:30–16:50 16:00–16:50 17:00–19:00 17:00–19:30 18:00–18:50 18:00–18:50 18:30–21:30 20:00–20:50 20:00–21:30 Arranged

R 702 TR 674 MW 654 W TR 646 T TR 655 R M 649 R 647 TR 682 TR 691 MW 679 MW 696 W 651 T 658 T TR 688 MW 687 MW 676 MW 684 R 697 M 650 TR 683 TR 685 T 695 MW 686 MTWR 692 693

HLED120-003 FTES114-001 FDNT421-001

Fit for Life Soccer Community Nutrition I

1 1 2

FDNT124-001

Food Science

3

FDNT431-001

Medical Nutrition Therapy I

4

FDNT240-001 FDNT118-001 FTES130-003 FTES214-002 FTES127-001 FTES305-001 FDNT240-003 FDNT498-001

Nutrition Laboratory The Profession of Dietetics Sp Act:Intro Distance Run/Walk Weight Training&Condtn (WOMEN) Rock Climbing Curr Conc & Apps in Phys Fitns Nutrition Laboratory Research Methods

1 1 1 1 1 3 1 2

FTES205-001 FTES150-001 FTES115-001 FTES132-001 FTES330-001 FDNT240-002 FTES131-001 FTES135-001 FTES300-001 FTES140-001 FTES240-001 FTES275-040

Fitness Conditioning Swimming Disc Sports Cardio Kick Outdoor Adventure Nutrition Laboratory Pilates Self-Defense Lifeguarding Aqua Aerobics Gymnics Outdoor Trips-N-Treks *

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Arranged Arranged Arranged

694 703 680

FTES278-040 HLED210-001 FTES130-001

Study Tour: Philosophy of Health Sp Act:Personalized Fitness *

Arranged

681

FTES130-002

Sp Act:Cardinal Athletics *

Location for course:TENNIS COURTS

16 14 24 15

Krivak,Gretchen Staff Morrow,Greggory Wakefield,Dominique Morrow,Greggory Craig,Winston Staff Staff Staff Staff Lighthall,Christian Staff

20 20 40 19 15 28 20 20 20 40

0 3 1

Staff Staff Wakefield,Dominique

55

1

Wakefield,Dominique

20

Internship *

2

Wakefield,Dominique

1 1 4

MEIER JGYM MH319

Lighthall,Christian Staff Pribis,Peter

20 24 30

1 2 1 1 3 1 3

MH319 MH JGYM FITZON MH319 MH319 MH319

Krivak,Gretchen Krivak,Gretchen Staff Lighthall,Christian Craig,Winston Wakefield,Dominique Pribis,Peter

70

JGYM LAMSON BGYM MH318 LAMSON BGYM

BGYM

Permission of instructor required

Permission of instructor required Permission of instructor required

Arranged

699

FTES497-001

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20

MW MW MWF

683 668 690

FTES214-001 FTES106-001 FTES465-001

Weight Training & Condtn (MEN) Beginning Basketball Exercise Physiology

09:30–10:20 09:30–11:15 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20

T R MW MW MWRF T MWF

695 689 669 988 649 696 636

HLED120-001 FTES410-001 FTES107-001 FTES130-003 FDNT485-001 HLED120-002 FDNT230-001

Fit for Life Issues in Exercise Studies Beginning Volleyball Sp Act:Elements of Pers Fitnss Nutrition & Metabolism Fit for Life Nutrition

Must be concurrently enrolled in FTES465-L01 or L02 lab

24

70 100

If needed for General Education Science credit, you must be concurrently enrolled for FDNT240 lab

11:30–12:20 15:30–17:50 12:30–13:00 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:45 12:30–13:45 13:00–14:15

MW M R F MW MW TR MW TR TR

640

FDNT352-001

Foodservice Management II

3

MH318

Krivak,Gretchen

15

697 650 670 699 671 682 700 645

HLED120-003 FDNT490-001 FTES114-001 HLED445-001 FTES118-001 FTES210-001 HLED480-001 FDNT432-001

Fit for Life Dietetic Program Review Soccer Consumer Health Badminton Personal Fitness Plan Wellness Programs Medical Nutrition Therapy II

1 1 1 2 1 1 3 4

BUL153 MH318 JGYM MH319 JGYM BGYM MH318

Morrow,Greggory Hernandez,Magaly Staff Krivak,Gretchen Staff Lighthall,Christian Wakefield,Dominique Krivak,Gretchen

70

13:30–14:20

W

642

FDNT422-001

Community Nutrition II

2

MH319

Krivak,Gretchen

16

24 20 24 24 15

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT432-L01 lab Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT422-L01 or L02 lab

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

(Nutrition and Wellness 13:30–16:00 M 637 14:00–14:50 R 568 14:00–14:50 TR 684 14:00–15:15 MW 688 14:00–15:15 TR 673 14:30–16:50 R 692

continued...) FDNT240-001 FDNT118-001 FTES214-002 FTES355-001 FTES127-001 FTES465-L02

Nutrition Laboratory The Profession of Dietetics Weight Training&Condtn (WOMEN) Methods of Fitness Instruction Rock Climbing Exercise Physiology Lab

14:30–16:50

FTES465-L01

Exercise Physiology Lab

54 Max Enrl

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

1 1 1 3 1 0

MH318 MH319 FITZON FITZON BGYM MH318

Craig,Winston Schalk,Brenda Wakefield,Dominique Wakefield,Dominique Staff Pribis,Peter

16 20 14 15

0

MH319

Pribis,Peter

15

1 0

MH318

Craig,Winston Hernandez,Magaly

15

POOL LAMSON FITZON MH MH318 LAMSON BGYM MH319 POOL BGYM

Staff Wakefield,Dominique Morrow,Greggory Staff Craig,Winston Staff Staff Schalk,Brenda Staff Lighthall,Christian Staff Craig,Winston Morrow,Greggory Wakefield,Dominique

20 40

15

Must be concurrently enrolled in FTES465-001 class

T

691

Must be concurrently enrolled in FTES465-001 class

14:30–17:00 14:30–17:20

W R

639 646

FDNT240-003 FDNT432-L01

Nutrition Laboratory Medical Nutr Therapy II Lab

15:30–16:45 16:00–16:50 17:00–17:50 17:00–18:15 17:00–19:30 18:00–18:50 18:00–18:50 18:30–19:20 20:00–20:50 20:00–21:30 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MW 680 MW 677 TR 681 MW 698 M 638 TR 676 TR 678 T 648 MW 679 MTWR 685 641 647 672 674

FTES150-001 FTES132-001 FTES205-001 HLED425-001 FDNT240-002 FTES131-001 FTES135-001 FDNT460-001 FTES140-001 FTES240-001 FDNT415-001 FDNT440-001 FTES120-001 FTES130-001

Swimming Cardio Kick Fitness Conditioning Health & Fitness Evangelism Nutrition Laboratory Pilates Self-Defense Seminar:E G White Aqua Aerobics Gymnics Professional Experience Top:Malnutrition Assessment Scuba Sp Act:Personalized Fitness *

675

FTES130-002

Sp Act:Cardinal Athletics *

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT432-001 class

1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1-2 1 0,1 1-4 1-3 1 1

15 28 20 30 20 40 8 30

Permission of instructor required

Arranged

1

Wakefield,Dominique

0 0 2 0

30 50

MH319

Staff Staff Wakefield,Dominique Krivak,Gretchen

0

MH319

Krivak,Gretchen

8

Human Anatomy Human Anatomy Lab Anatomy Anatomy Lab Anatomy Lab PT Assessment Skills Pathokinesiology PT Assessment Skills Lab PT Assessment Skills Lab Pathokinesiology Lab Pathokinesiology Lab PT Clinical Experience

3 1 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 0-5

HH107 HH111

Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Carlos Jr,John Oakley,Elizabeth Village,David Oakley,Elizabeth Oakley,Elizabeth Village,David Village,David Coleman,Kimberly

38 38 38 19 19 38 38 19 19 19 19

Intro to Physical Therapy General Medicine Therapeutic Interventions General Medicine Lab General Medicine Lab Therapeutic Interventions Lab Therapeutic Interventions Lab Pathophysiology I Neuroscience Neurology of Motor Control Neuroscience Lab Neuroscience Lab Orthopedic Medicine PT Clinical Experience

2 2 3 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 0-5

PT

Coleman,Kimberly Village,David Oakley,Elizabeth Village,David Village,David Oakley,Elizabeth Oakley,Elizabeth Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Olson,Lee Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Almeter,Gregory Coleman,Kimberly

20 38 38 19 19 19 19 38 38 38 19 19 38

Permission of instructor required

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M

686 687 694 643

FTES278-040 FTES278-041 FTES497-001 FDNT422-L01

Study Tour: Study Tour: Internship * Community Nutrition II Lab

8

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT422-001 class

Arranged

W

644

FDNT422-L02

Community Nutrition II Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT422-001 class

Physical Therapy Fall Semester 2012 11:30–12:20 14:00–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF R

1548 1549 704 1157 1337 1344 1345 1357 1366 1376 1377 1550

PHTH417-001 PHTH427-001 PTH400-001 PTH410-001 PTH410-002 PTH415-001 PTH416-001 PTH425-001 PTH425-002 PTH426-001 PTH426-002 PHTH480-001

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–10:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

W

958 925 926 927 928 929 930 931 932 933 934 935 936 959

PHTH120-001 PTH418-001 PTH420-001 PTH428-001 PTH428-002 PTH430-001 PTH430-002 PTH440-001 PTH445-001 PTH450-001 PTH455-001 PTH455-002 PTH457-001 PHTH480-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Undergraduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

Speech-Lang Pathology/Audiolgy Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–09:45 08:30–09:45 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:00–11:15 13:30–14:45 14:00–15:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF TR TR MWF TR TR MW TR

705 706 707 708 709 710 712 711 713 714 715 716 717 718

SPPA310-001 SPPA321-001 SPPA425-001 SPPA331-001 SPPA458-001 SPPA285-001 SPPA435-001 SPPA234-001 SPPA480-001 SPPA250-001 SPPA270-001 SPPA471-001 SPPA471-002 SPPA472-001

Speech Science Normal Language Development Clinical Principles & Practice Basic Audiology Aural Rehabilitation Applied Phonetics Comm Dev&Disorders Clssrm Tch Intro Speech-Lang Pathlgy&Audo Topics:ASL for Beginners Fieldwork:(Topic) Preclinical Participation Clin Pract Speech-Lang Pathlgy Clin Pract Speech-Lang Pathlgy Clinical Pract in Audiology

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 1 2 2 2

BH161 BH181 BH161 BH161 BH161 BH180 BH161 BH161

Ferguson,Heather Ferguson,Heather Davis,Brynja Regal,Darah Regal,Darah Davis,Brynja Ferguson,Heather Davis,Brynja Staff Staff Davis,Brynja Davis,Brynja Ferguson,Heather Regal,Darah

Regal,Darah Ferguson,Heather Ferguson,Heather

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 14:00–15:45 08:30–09:45 Arranged 09:30–10:20 10:00–11:15 10:30–11:20 14:00–15:15 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF W TR

737

SPPA280-001

Anatomy&Physiology of Spch&Hrn

4

BH161

740

SPPA447-001

Disorders of Voice & Fluency

3

BH161

MWF TR MWF TR

739 738 742 741 743 744 745 746 747

SPPA332-001 SPPA455-001 SPPA322-001 SPPA374-001 SPPA250-001 SPPA270-001 SPPA471-001 SPPA471-002 SPPA472-001

Audiological Procedures Adult Neurogenic Disorders Child Language Disorders Artcltn&Phonlgy:Dev&Disorders Fieldwork:(Topic) * Preclinical Participation Clin Pract Speech-Lang Pathlgy Clin Pract Speech-Lang Pathlgy Clinical Pract in Audiology

3 3 3 3 2 1 2 2 2

BH161 BH183 BH161 BH161

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Regal,Darah Davis,Brynja Ferguson,Heather Davis,Brynja Staff Regal,Darah Davis,Brynja Ferguson,Heather Regal,Darah

55 Max Enrl


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

56 Max Enrl

Medical Laboratory Sciences Fall Semester 2012 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

603 604 605 606 607 609 610

MLSC500-001 MLSC501-001 MLSC561-001 MLSC562-001 MLSC585-001 MLSC650-001 MLSC655-001

Fndtns for Grad St in Med Lab Seminar in Medical Lab Science Lab Mgmt Issues & Strategies Iss in Lab Regultns&Practice App Studies in Med Lab Science Project Continuation Program Continuation

1 1 3 3 5 0 0

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Kilsby,Marcia Kilsby,Marcia

Lab Mgmt Issues & Strategies App Studies in Med Lab Science * Fndtns for Grad St in Med Lab Seminar in Medical Lab Science Iss in Lab Regultns&Practice Project Continuation Program Continuation

3 5 1 1 3 0 0

Staff Staff Reiner,Karen Reiner,Karen Staff Kilsby,Marcia Kilsby,Marcia

Spring Semester 2013 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

630 632 628 629 631 634 635

MLSC561-001 MLSC585-001 MLSC500-001 MLSC501-001 MLSC562-001 MLSC650-001 MLSC655-001

Nursing Fall Semester 2012 Arranged

638

NRSG698-999

Res Utilization Project

2

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

639 640 641 642 643 644

NRSG680-999 NRSG517-999 NRSG530-999 NRSG638-999 NRSG670-001 NRSG675-001

Teaching Practicum Health Care Systems Health Promotion/Disease Prev Interpersonal Dynamics Project Continuation Program Continuation

4 3 3 2 0 0

Hanna,Henrietta Allen,Karen Abbott,Ruth Abbott,Ruth Allen,Karen Abbott,Ruth Abbott,Ruth Allen,Karen Allen,Karen

Res Utilization Project * Christian Ministry Teaching Strategies Adv Pathophsiology Teaching Practicum Project Continuation Program Continuation

2 2 3 3 4 0 0

Staff Allen,Karen Hanna,Henrietta Abbott,Ruth Abbott,Ruth Allen,Karen Allen,Karen

10

10 20 20 20

Spring Semester 2013 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

732 729 730 731 733 734 735

NRSG698-999 NRSG510-999 NRSG515-999 NRSG548-999 NRSG680-999 NRSG670-001 NRSG675-001

20 20 20 4

Nutrition and Wellness Fall Semester 2012 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–14:20 13:30–14:45 15:00–17:50 13:30–16:20 15:00–15:50 16:00–17:50 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF MW W TR R M T T

656 654

FDNT448-001 FDNT421-001

Nutrition & Wellness Community Nutrition I

3 2

655

FDNT431-001

Medical Nutrition Therapy I

4

659 658

FDNT545-001 FDNT498-001

Nutrition&Wellness Programs Research Methods

2 2

660 661 662 663 664 665 666 667 668

FDNT586-001 FDNT594-001 FDNT594-002 FDNT650-001 FDNT655-001 FDNT660-001 FDNT665-001 FDNT670-001 FDNT680-001

Professional Experience Practicum Practicum Project Continuation Program Continuation Thesis Continuation Prep for Comprehensive Exams Comprehensive Exams Research Seminar: (Topic)

MH319 MH319 MH319 MH318 MH318 MH107 MH319 MH319

1-4 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Craig,Winston Krivak,Gretchen

30 16

Hernandez,Magaly

15

Pribis,Peter Pribis,Peter Staff Hernandez,Magaly Hernandez,Magaly Craig,Winston Craig,Winston Craig,Winston Pribis,Peter Pribis,Peter Pribis,Peter


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

57 Max Enrl

4

MH319

Pribis,Peter

30

3 4

MH319

Craig,Winston Krivak,Gretchen

2

MH319

Krivak,Gretchen

16

0

MH318

Pribis,Peter

15

0

MH319

Pribis,Peter

15

(Nutrition and Wellness continued...)

Spring Semester 2013 09:30–10:20

MWF

690

FTES465-001

Exercise Physiology Must be concurrently enrolled in FTES465-L01 or L02 lab

10:30–11:20 13:00–14:15

MWRF 649 TR 645

FDNT485-001 FDNT432-001

Nutrition & Metabolism Medical Nutrition Therapy II

13:30–14:20

W

FDNT422-001

Community Nutrition II

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT432-L01 lab

642

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT422-L01 or L02 lab

14:30–16:50

R

692

FTES465-L02

Exercise Physiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in FTES465-001 class

14:30–16:50

T

691

FTES465-L01

Exercise Physiology Lab Must be concurrently enrolled in FTES465-001 class

14:30–17:20

R

646

FDNT432-L01

Medical Nutr Therapy II Lab

0

Hernandez,Magaly

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT432-001 class

17:30–18:20 18:00–19:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

T MR

M

663 652 653 654 655 656 657 658 659 660 661 662 665 643

FDNT680-002 FDNT565-001 FDNT585-001 FDNT586-001 FDNT594-001 FDNT594-002 FDNT650-001 FDNT655-001 FDNT660-001 FDNT665-001 FDNT670-001 FDNT680-001 FDNT690-040 FDNT422-L01

Research Seminar: (Topic) Current Issues in Nutr&Wellnss Top:Malnutrition Assessment Professional Experience Practicum Practicum Project Continuation Program Continuation Thesis Continuation Prep for Comprehensive Exams Comprehensive Exams Research Seminar: (Topic) Independent Study Community Nutrition II Lab

1-4 3 1-4 1-4 0-4 0-4 0 0 0 0 0 1-4 1-6 0

MH319 MH319

MH319

Schalk,Brenda Pribis,Peter Craig,Winston Pribis,Peter Hernandez,Magaly Hernandez,Magaly Craig,Winston Craig,Winston Craig,Winston Pribis,Peter Pribis,Peter Pribis,Peter Craig,Winston Krivak,Gretchen

0

MH319

Krivak,Gretchen

3 1 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

HH107 HH111

Samuel,Leslie 38 Samuel,Leslie 38 Staff 0 Samuel,Leslie 38 Samuel,Leslie 19 Carlos Jr,John 19 Oakley,Elizabeth 38 Village,David 38 Oakley,Elizabeth 19 Oakley,Elizabeth 19 Village,David 19 Village,David 19 Almeter,Gregory 38 Almeter,Gregory 19 Almeter,Gregory 19 Diaconu,Mioara 38 Diaconu,Mioara 38 Village,David 38 Diaconu,Mioara 19 Diaconu,Mioara 19 Village,David 19 Village,David 19 Kloosterman,Nathanael 38 Perry,Wayne Olson,Lee 38 Olson,Lee 19 Olson,Lee 19 Coleman,Kimberly 38 Coleman,Kimberly Perry,Wayne Berglund,Kathleen Coleman,Kimberly Coleman,Kimberly

5

8

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT422-001 class

Arranged

W

644

FDNT422-L02

Community Nutrition II Lab

8

Must be concurrently enrolled in FDNT422-001 class

Physical Therapy Fall Semester 2012 11:30–12:20 14:00–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MWF R

1548 1549 1469 704 1157 1337 1344 1345 1357 1366 1376 1377 1391 1392 1393 1442 1445 1447 1450 1451 1455 1460 1463

PHTH417-001 PHTH427-001 PTH881-001 PTH400-001 PTH410-001 PTH410-002 PTH415-001 PTH416-001 PTH425-001 PTH425-002 PTH426-001 PTH426-002 PTH601-001 PTH611-001 PTH611-002 PTH621-001 PTH622-001 PTH627-001 PTH632-001 PTH632-002 PTH637-001 PTH637-002 PTH647-001

Human Anatomy Human Anatomy Lab Clinical Internship I Anatomy Anatomy Lab Anatomy Lab PT Assessment Skills Pathokinesiology PT Assessment Skills Lab PT Assessment Skills Lab Pathokinesiology Lab Pathokinesiology Lab Orthopedics I Orthopedics I Lab Orthopedics I Lab Scholarly Inq&Dissemination Research Statistics Orthotics & Prosthetics Research Statistics Lab Research Statistics Lab Orthotics & Prosthetics Lab Orthotics & Prosthetics Lab Differential Diagnosis

1466 1467 1468 1547 1550 1551 1552 1553 1554

PTH652-001 PTH662-001 PTH662-002 PTH882-001 PHTH480-001 PTH655-001 PTH770-001 PTH883-001 PTH884-001

Neurology II Neurology II Lab Neurology II Lab Clinical Internship II PT Clinical Experience Program Continuation Practical Comprehensive Exam Clinical Internship III Clinical Internship IV

2 2 2 4 0-5 0 0 5 5

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

(Physical Therapy continued...) Arranged 1555 PTH500-001 Arranged 1556 PTH536-001 Arranged 1557 PTH537-001 Arranged 1558 PTH541-001 Arranged 1559 PTH547-001

Doctoral Colloquium NAIOMT Level I NAIOMT Lev II Inter Upper Quad Phys Basis Exerc Prescrptn I NAIOMT Level III:Adv Low Quad

2 3 3 3 3

Arranged

1560 PTH548-001

NAIOMT Level IV:High Vel Manip

3

Arranged Arranged

1561 PTH550-001 1562 PTH557-001

NAIOMT Supervised Clinic Pract Naiomt:Thoracic Spine

Arranged

1563 PTH608-001

Post Op Mgmt Comm Ortho Surg

2

Arranged Arranged

1564 PTH630-001 1565 PTH750-001

Clinical Research Professional Comm&Counsulting

2 2

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

1566 1567 1568 1569 1570 1571 1572 1573 1574 1575 1576 1681

PTH770-002 PTH788-001 PTH798-001 PTH536-002 PTH537-002 PTH538-002 PTH546-002 PTH547-002 PTH548-002 PTH550-002 PTH557-002 PTH536-003

Practical Comprehensive Exam Res Project Continuation Capstone Project:(Topic) NAIOMT Level I NAIOMT Lev II Inter Upper Quad NAIOMT Level II:Inter Low Quad NAIOMT Lev III:Adv Upper Quad NAIOMT Level III:Adv Low Quad NAIOMT Level IV:High Vel Manip NAIOMT Supervised Clinic Pract Naiomt:Thoracic Spine NAIOMT Level I

0 0 1-10 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-4 2 3

Arranged Arranged

1682 PTH537-003 1683 PTH538-003

NAIOMT Lev II Inter Upper Quad NAIOMT Level II:Inter Low Quad

3 3

Room Number

1-4 2

Instructor Name

58 Max Enrl

Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen , Berglund,Kathleen , Berglund,Kathleen Coleman,Kimberly , Berglund,Kathleen Stupansky,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Carlos Jr,John Goolsby,Lisa Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Carlos Jr,John Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Coleman,Kimberly Berglund,Kathleen Coolman,Valerie Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen

Spring Semester 2013 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

925 926 927 928 929 930 931 932 933 934 935 936 938

PTH418-001 PTH420-001 PTH428-001 PTH428-002 PTH430-001 PTH430-002 PTH440-001 PTH445-001 PTH450-001 PTH455-001 PTH455-002 PTH457-001 PTH602-001

General Medicine Therapeutic Interventions General Medicine Lab General Medicine Lab Therapeutic Interventions Lab Therapeutic Interventions Lab Pathophysiology I Neuroscience Neurology of Motor Control Neuroscience Lab Neuroscience Lab Orthopedic Medicine Orthopedics II

2 3 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 1 2

Arranged

939

PTH612-001

Orthopedics II Lab

2

Arranged

940

PTH612-002

Orthopedics II Lab

2

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

941 942 943 944

PTH625-001 PTH635-001 PTH635-002 PTH640-001

Cardiopulmonary Cardiopulmonary Lab Cardiopulmonary Lab Pediatrics

2 1 1 2

Arranged

945

PTH645-001

Administration & Leadership

4

Arranged

947

PTH650-001

Pediatrics Lab

2

Arranged

948

PTH650-002

Pediatrics Lab

2

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

949 950 951 952 953 954

PTH712-001 PTH722-001 PTH722-002 PTH736-001 PTH765-001 PTH768-001

Clinical Reasoning II Clinical Reasoning II Lab Clinical Reasoning II Lab Psychosocial Iss in Healthcare Ethical&Legal Iss in Hlthcare Professional Compendium

1 1 1 3 1-2 1

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Village,David Oakley,Elizabeth Village,David Village,David Oakley,Elizabeth Oakley,Elizabeth Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Olson,Lee Samuel,Leslie Samuel,Leslie Almeter,Gregory Jasheway,Philip Perry,Wayne Jasheway,Philip Perry,Wayne Jasheway,Philip Perry,Wayne Perry,Wayne Perry,Wayne Perry,Wayne Pawielski,Keri Perry,Wayne Perry,Wayne Fortune,Paula Soper,George Pawielski,Keri Perry,Wayne Pawielski,Keri Perry,Wayne Olson,Lee Olson,Lee Olson,Lee Perry,Shelly Carlos Jr,John Oakley,Elizabeth

38 38 19 19 19 19 38 38 38 19 19 38 38 19 19 38 19 19 38 38

19 19 33 16 15 33 33 33


Andrews University Class Schedule Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013 School of Health Professions - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Course Title

Cr

(Physical Therapy continued...) Arranged 955 PTH799-001 Arranged 956 PTH870-001 Arranged 957 PTH883-001 Arranged 959 PHTH480-001 Arranged 960 PTH655-001 Arranged 961 PTH770-001 Arranged 962 PTH881-001 Arranged 963 PTH882-001 Arranged 964 PTH884-001 Arranged 965 PTH546-001

Res Project:(Topic) Written Comprehensive Exam Clinical Internship III PT Clinical Experience Program Continuation Practical Comprehensive Exam Clinical Internship I Clinical Internship II Clinical Internship IV NAIOMT Lev III:Adv Upper Quad

1-3 0 5 0-5 0 0 4 4 5 3

Arranged

966

PTH548-001

NAIOMT Level IV:High Vel Manip

3

Arranged

967

PTH549-001

Principles of Contempry Ldshp

3

Arranged Arranged

968 969

PTH550-001 PTH590-001

NAIOMT Supervised Clinic Pract Topics in:Comparitive Religion

Arranged

970

PTH609-001

Evid Based Ortho Clin Prct:Rev

2

Arranged

971

PTH615-001

Clinical Pharmacology

2

Arranged

972

PTH718-001

Clin Screen&Diffentl Diagnosis

3

Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

973 974 975 976 977 978 979 980 981 982 983 984 1615

PTH740-001 PTH770-002 PTH788-001 PTH798-001 PTH536-002 PTH537-002 PTH538-002 PTH546-002 PTH547-002 PTH548-002 PTH550-002 PTH557-002 PTH536-003

Adv Topic in Clinical Research Practical Comprehensive Exam Res Project Continuation Capstone Project:(Topic) NAIOMT Level I NAIOMT Lev II Inter Upper Quad NAIOMT Level II:Inter Low Quad NAIOMT Lev III:Adv Upper Quad NAIOMT Level III:Adv Low Quad NAIOMT Level IV:High Vel Manip NAIOMT Supervised Clinic Pract Naiomt:Thoracic Spine NAIOMT Level I

3 0 0 1-10 3 3 3 3 3 3 1-4 2 3

Arranged Arranged

1616 PTH537-003 1617 PTH538-003

NAIOMT Lev II Inter Upper Quad NAIOMT Level II:Inter Low Quad

3 3

Room Number

1-4 2

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Instructor Name

Diaconu,Mioara Oakley,Elizabeth Coleman,Kimberly Coleman,Kimberly Perry,Wayne Berglund,Kathleen Coleman,Kimberly Coleman,Kimberly Coleman,Kimberly , Berglund,Kathleen , Berglund,Kathleen Soper,George Berglund,Kathleen Coleman,Kimberly Matthews,John Berglund,Kathleen Schneider,Geoff Berglund,Kathleen O’Hearn,Michael Berglund,Kathleen Musnick,David Berglund,Kathleen Diaconu,Mioara Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Carlos Jr,John Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Coleman,Kimberly Berglund,Kathleen Coolman,Valerie Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen Berglund,Kathleen

59 Max Enrl

33 33 33


Andrews University Class Schedule Theological Seminary - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

60 Max Enrl

SEMS115 SEMS115 SEMS340 SEMS120 SEMS120 SEM SEM SEMS115 SEMN335 SEMS120 SEMN235 SEMN235 SEMS115 SEMS115 SEMS115 SEMN135 SEMS115 SEMN310 SEMS340 SEMS115 SEMN310 SEMN110 SEMS340 SEMN150 SEMN150 SEMN150 SEMN150 SEMN235

Hall,Kenley Hall,Kenley Bell,Skip Swanson,Peter

15 15 35 25

North,James North,James Williams,Hyveth Bell,Skip Swanson,Peter Hall,Kenley

15 25 25 40

Christian Ministry Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 18:30–20:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 17:30–19:00 15:30–17:20 17:30–19:00 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TW TR TWR TR W W W TR TR TWR TW R TR MW R R T TR W TR TR W W T T W W R

103 99 96 97

CHMN633-001 CHMN632-001 CHMN543-001 CHMN555-001

Prch Literary Forms of Bible Contextualized Preaching Christn Lead in a Chnging Wrld Pastoral Counseling

2,3 2,3 3 2,3

126 127 107 121 100 101

CHMN578-001 CHMN588-001 CHMN505-001 CHMN526-001 CHMN503-001 CHMN552-001

Voice & Hymn Singing Seminary Chorus Biblical Preaching Conflict Mgnt in the Church Marriage, Family&Interpers Rel Foundatns of Pastoral Ministry

.5-1 .5 2,3 2,3 3 2

106 105 102 120 363 109 122 98 112 104 123 1703

CHMN632-002 CHMN614-001 CHMN600-001 CHMN644-001 CHMN627-001 CHMN566-001 CHMN656-001 CHMN621-001 CHMN523-001 CHMN630-001 CHMN656-002 CHMN552-002

Contextualized Preaching Preaching frm Daniel Preaching from the New Testmnt Sem in Chaplaincy Ministries Black Preaching Mobilizing Laity Minstry Evang Holistic Small Groups Evangelistic Preaching Worship:Word & Music Leadership Development Holistic Small Groups Foundatns of Pastoral Ministry

2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2-3 2,3 2,3 2-3 2,3 2,3 2

114

CHMN555-002

Pastoral Counseling

2,3

113 119 108 110 111 115 116 117 118 124 125

CHMN543-002 CHMN660-001 CHMN539-001 CHMN586-001 CHMN586-002 CHMN560-001 CHMN536-001 CHMN562-001 CHMN562-002 CHMN669-001 CHMN557-001

Christn Lead in a Chnging Wrld Field Practicum * Church Grwth& Equipping Pastor Spec App to Evan:Min Coach Crt Spec App to Evan:Min Coach Crt Theological Field Education Personal Evangelistic Ministry Field Evangelism Field Evangelism Adv Holistic Small Groups Practicum Clin Pastoral Educ

3 1-6 3 1-3 1-3 2 2,3 3-6 3-6 2,3 2-8

Norton,Ricardo Williams,Hyveth Stout,Kenneth North,James Williams,Hyveth Schmidt,Eduard James,Donald Williams,Hyveth Logan,Kenneth Patterson,Stanley James,Donald North,James

15 15 15

North,James

30

Patterson,Stanley Staff Evans,Tommy Clouzet,Lisa Evans,Tommy Hall,Kenley McLean,Errol Clouzet,Ron Schmidt,Eduard James,Donald North,James

35

Clouzet,Ron Hall,Kenley Swanson,Peter

40 15 25

North,James North,James Jones,R Clifford Williams,Hyveth North,James

25 15 35

15 25 15 30 25

35

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 18:30–20:20 10:30–11:20 10:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 15:30–17:20 17:30–19:00 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20

TR TR TR W W W TR TR TW R TR TR T T W W W R T T W T T T TW

70 69 73

CHMN539-001 CHMN505-001 CHMN555-001

Church Grwth& Equipping Pastor Biblical Preaching Pastoral Counseling

3 2 2,3

134 136 74 78 84

CHMN578-001 CHMN588-001 CHMN543-001 CHMN607-001 CHMN552-002

Voice & Hymn Singing Seminary Chorus Christn Lead in a Chnging Wrld Preaching from the Old Testmnt Foundatns of Pastoral Ministry

.5-1 .5 3 2,3 2

71 75 76 81 79 82 99 90 92 94 100 83

CHMN539-002 CHMN505-002 CHMN553-001 CHMN614-001 CHMN631-001 CHMN614-002 CHMN656-001 CHMN635-001 CHMN665-001 CHMN529-001 CHMN656-002 CHMN552-001

Church Grwth& Equipping Pastor Biblical Preaching The Church & Social Issues Preaching frm Daniel or Rev Field Evangelistic Preaching Preaching frm Daniel or Rev Holistic Small Groups Broadcast Evangelism Adv Pastoral Counseling Church & Personal Finance Holistic Small Groups Foundatns of Pastoral Ministry

3 2,3 2-3 2,3 3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2

72 85

CHMN539-003 CHMN637-001

Church Grwth& Equipping Pastor Seminar in Preaching

3 2,3

SEMS340 SEMS115 SEMS120 SEMS120 SEM SEM SEMS120 SEMS115 SEMN150 SEMN150 SEMS340 SEMS115 SEMS120 SEMS115 SEMS120 SEMS115 SEMS340 SEMS115 SEMN108 SEMN235 SEMS340 SEMS120 SEMS120 SEMS340 SEMS115

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

McLean,Errol Williams,Hyveth Jones,R Clifford Williams,Hyveth Clouzet,Ron Hall,Kenley James,Donald Williams,Hyveth Swanson,Peter Nash,Steven James,Donald Hall,Kenley

40 21 30 15 30 15 25 15

Schmidt,Eduard Nelson,Dwight

40 21

25 35


Andrews University Class Schedule Theological Seminary - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

(Christian Ministry continued...) 15:30–18:20 W 80 CHMN631-002 15:30–18:20 R 86 CHMN555-002 18:30–20:20 R 18:30–20:20 T 93 CHMN508-001 Arranged 77 CHMN560-001 Arranged 87 CHMN523-002 Arranged 88 CHMN562-001 Arranged 89 CHMN566-001 Arranged 91 CHMN660-001 Arranged 95 CHMN586-001 Arranged 96 CHMN586-002 Arranged 97 CHMN586-003 Arranged 98 CHMN630-001 Arranged 101 CHMN669-001 Arranged 102 CHMN557-001 Arranged 103 CHMN641-001 Arranged 105 CHMN890-001

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Field Evangelistic Preaching Pastoral Counseling

3 2,3

Tools for Pastor’s Spouse Theological Field Education Worship:Word & Music Field Evangelism Mobilizing Laity Minstry Evang Field Practicum * Spec Approaches to Evan: Spec Approaches to Evan: Spec Approaches to Evan: Leadership Development Adv Holistic Small Groups Practicum Clin Pastoral Educ Practicum Miltary Chaplaincy Directed Rdgs in Church Min *

2,3 2 2-3 3-6 2-3 1-6 1 1 1 2,3 2,3 2-8 5-8 1-6

Room Number

Instructor Name

61 Max Enrl

SEMS120 SEMS120 SEMS120 SEMN150

McLean,Errol North,James

35 20

Clouzet,Lisa Hall,Kenley Zork,Nicholas Evans,Tommy Schmidt,Eduard Staff Clouzet,Lisa Evans,Tommy Evans,Tommy Bell,Skip James,Donald North,James North,James Staff

Church History Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20

TWR TWR

81 79

CHIS674-001 CHIS635-001

Development SDA Theology Hist of Afri-Amer Church

3 3

SEMN150 SEMN235

09:30–10:20 13:30–15:20

TWR MW

82 78

CHIS680-001 CHIS514-001

Hist of Sabbath & Sunday Intro to Ecclesiastical Latin

3 3

SEMN335 SEMN335

15:30–18:20

M

83

CHIS682-001

Seminar in Church History

3

SEMN335

15:30–18:20

M

86

CHIS974-001

Sem Development SDA Doctrines

3

SEMN335

15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

T T W

84 85 80 93 77 87 89 90 91

CHIS685-002 CHIS940-001 CHIS640-001 CHIS695-001 CHIS504-001 CHIS685-001 CHIS660-062 CHIS674-073 CHIS650-063

Studies in Church History Sem:Church State & Society Reformation:Luther Topics in Church History: * Adventist Heritage Studies in Church History Hist of Relg in America Development SDA Theology Engl Reformatn & Rise Puritnsm

3 3 3 2-3 3 3 3 3 3

SEMN335 SEMN335 SEMN235

Damsteegt,P Gerard O’Reggio,Trevor Miller,Nicholas Damsteegt,P Gerard Reeve,John Miller,Nicholas Moon,Jerry MacCarty,Skip Moon,Jerry MacCarty,Skip Miller,Nicholas Miller,Nicholas O’Reggio,Trevor Staff Burt,Merlin Burt,Merlin O’Reggio,Trevor Knight,George Reeve,John

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 11:30–12:20 13:30–15:20

TR TR MW

108 109 107

CHIS629-001 CHIS664-001 CHIS614-001

Hist of Christian Spirituality Hist of American Relg Thought Rdgs in Ecclesiastical Latin

2-3 3 3

SEMN108 SEMN335 SEMN335

13:30–15:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

T T W

112 106 110 113 114 115 117 118 119

CHIS940-001 CHIS504-001 CHIS674-001 CHIS625-064 CHIS674-075 CHIS673-063 CHIS695-001 CHIS890-001 CHIS895-001

Sem:Issues in EGW Studies Adventist Heritage Development SDA Theology Seminar Church-State Thought Development SDA Theology Development of SDA Lifestyle Topics in Church History: * Directed Rdg in Church History * Directed Rdg Adventist Studies *

3 3 3 3 2,3 2,3 2-3 1-6 1-6

SEMN235 SEMN335 SEMN150

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Augsburger,Daniel Miller,Nicholas Reeve,John Miller,Nicholas Burt,Merlin Kaiser,Denis Burt,Merlin Miller,Nicholas Damsteegt,P Gerard Moon,Jerry Staff Staff Staff


Andrews University Class Schedule Theological Seminary - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Room Number

Instructor Name

2-3 2-3 3 2-3 2,3 2,3

SEMN235 SEMS340 SEMS120 SEMS340 SEMN110 SEMN235

Walshe,Allan Kidder,S Joseph Swanson,Peter Walshe,Allan Beagles,Kathleen Sedlacek,David Baldwin,Earl Walshe,Allan Kidder,S Joseph Beagles,Kathleen Beagles,Kathleen Matthews,John Sedlacek,David O’Reggio,Trevor Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Walshe,Allan

Cr

62 Max Enrl

Discipleship & Religious Educ Fall Semester 2012 08:30–11:20 08:30–11:20 11:30–12:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20

M M TWR T T W

135 137 130 133 141 144

DSRE541-001 DSRE541-002 DSRE503-001 DSRE534-001 DSRE605-001 DSRE626-001

Fndtns of Biblicl Spirituality Fndtns of Biblicl Spirituality Marriage, Fam&Interprsnl Reltn Ministry to Youth&Yng Adlt Issues in Religious Educatn Ministry to At-Risk Youth

13:30–16:20 13:30–16:20 13:30–16:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

M M M R R T T

138 139 140 142 151 131 145 143 147 148 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 146

DSRE541-003 DSRE541-004 DSRE541-005 DSRE610-001 DSRE860-001 DSRE503-002 DSRE655-001 DSRE620-001 DSRE680-001 DSRE688-001 DSRE870-001 DSRE878-001 DSRE880-001 DSRE885-001 DSRE888-001 DSRE890-001 DSRE995-001 DSRE660-001

Fndtns of Biblicl Spirituality Fndtns of Biblicl Spirituality Fndtns of Biblicl Spirituality Teaching for Discipleship Teaching Religion in College Marriage, Fam&Interprsnl Reltn Families in Society Scholarly and Professional Dev * Field Practicum:Religious Ed * MA Relg Ed Program Continuatn Adv Studies: * Adv Scholarly & Prof Dev * PhD:Religious Ed Prog Cont Field Practicum: * Dissertation Continuation Directed Reading: * Doctoral Dissertation * Field Practicum:MAYYAM *

2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 3 3 3 0 1-6 0 1-4 0 0 1-5 0 1-6 1-14 1-6

SEMN235 SEMS340 SEMS120 SEMS120 SEMN135 SEMN235 SEMS120

Fostering Spiritual Growth Ministry to Youth&Yng Adlt Seminar in Youth Ministry Counseling Youth & Young Adult Teaching for Discipleship Ministry to Youth&Yng Adlt Yth&Yng Adlt in Contmp Culture Marriage, Fam&Interprsnl Reltn Adv Yth&Yng Adlt Min Ldrshp Internatl Dynamics of Families Scholarly and Professional Dev * Field Practicum:MAYYAM * Field Practicum:Religious Ed * Thesis * Adv Studies: * Adv Scholarly & Prof Dev * Field Practicum: * Directed Reading: * MA Relg Ed Program Continuatn PhD:Religious Ed Prog Cont Dissertation Continuation

2,3 2-3 2-3 2,3 2-3 2-3 2,3 3 2-3 3 0 1-6 1-6 1-3 1-4 0 1-5 1-6 0 0 0

SEMN108 SEMS340 SEMN335 SEMN310 SEMN235 SEMS340 SEMN310 SEMN150 SEMN310

Beagles,Kathleen Walshe,Allan Hall,Kenley Kosinski,Frederick Beagles,Kathleen Walshe,Allan Yeagley,Stephen Sedlacek,David De Oliveira,Japhet Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Walshe,Allan Walshe,Allan Walshe,Allan

Beginning Greek Beginning Greek Theology of Luke-Acts Intro Exeg&Theo 1:Gospels Formation & Hist New Testament Sem NT Backgrds&Chrstn Origins Adv St Pauline Wrtg:Galations Exegesis of Revelation

2 2 2,3 3 2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3

SEMN135 SEMN135 SEMN150 SEMN135 SEMN135 SEMN310 SEMN135 SEMS120

Berglin,Branton Richards,W Larry Reeve,Teresa Reeve,Teresa Richards,W Larry Reeve,Teresa Choi,Phuichun Stefanovic,Ranko

25 25 40

25 25 25 20 12

Spring Semester 2013 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TWR R R T W R R T W W

127 121 128 129 125 122 124 120 123 130 126 131 132 137 138 139 141 143 133 140 142

DSRE630-001 DSRE534-001 DSRE636-001 DSRE656-001 DSRE610-001 DSRE534-002 DSRE608-001 DSRE503-001 DSRE564-001 DSRE658-001 DSRE620-001 DSRE660-001 DSRE680-001 DSRE699-001 DSRE870-001 DSRE878-001 DSRE885-001 DSRE890-001 DSRE688-001 DSRE880-001 DSRE888-001

20

New Testament Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20

TWR TWR TWR TWR T W W W

167 168 170 166 169 172 171 1668

NTST551-001 NTST551-002 NTST616-001 NTST510-001 NTST606-001 NTST689-001 NTST658-001 NTST648-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

20 20 25 20 25 20 20


Andrews University Class Schedule Theological Seminary - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

63 Max Enrl

Room Number

Instructor Name

SEMN135

Berglin,Branton Shepherd,Thomas Stefanovic,Ranko Staff Reeve,Teresa Shepherd,Thomas Reeve,Teresa Stefanovic,Ranko Stefanovic,Ranko Reeve,Teresa Choi,Phuichun Johnston,Robert

20 20 20 20 20 25

Beaulieu,Stephane Gane,Roy Gane,Constance Muran,Alexej Gane,Roy Arrais,Tiago Gane,Roy Ray,Paul Doukhan,Jacques Gane,Constance Doukhan,Jacques Doukhan,Jacques Staff Younker,Randall Younker,Randall Moskala,Jiri Moskala,Jiri

32

(New Testament continued...)

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:30 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged

MTWR 152 TWR 1649 TWR 1653 MTWR 153 TWR 154 TWR 1650 R 151 T 1651 T 150 T 1652 155 156

NTST552-001 NTST655-001 NTST617-001 NTST552-002 NTST608-001 NTST667-001 NTST543-001 NTST689-001 NTST509-001 NTST653-001 NTST550-001 NTST567-001

Intermediate Greek Adv Studies Gospels:Mark Theology of Matthew Intermediate Greek Adv Greek Grammar & Syntax Top:Love, Marriage & Divorce Intro Exeg&Theo2:Acts&Epistles Sem NT Backgrds&Chrstn Origins Intro Exeg&Theo 3:Pauline Writ Adv St General Epistles:James Exegesis of Engl NT:Galatians Theo of the English NT:Parable

3 2,3 2,3 3 3 2,3 2 2,3 3 2,3 3 3

Biblical Hebrew I Sem Adv OT Exegesis Biblical Hebrew I Pentateuch Studies in OT Exegesis Biblical Hebrew I Theology of the Old Testament Bible Lands & Their Exploraton Biblical Hebrew III Hist of the Ancient Near East Sem in Classical Jewish Lit Ancient Near Eastern Lang Pentateuch Sem Arch & Hist of Antiquity Near Eastern Archaeology Rdngs in the OT (Engl):Ezekiel Rdngs in the OT:Jeremiah

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2,3 3 2,3 2,3 2,3 3 2,3 3 3 3

SEMN110 SEMN108 SEMN110 SEMN150 SEMN110 SEMN110

Biblical Hebrew II Biblical Hebrew II Minor Prophets Prophets Biblical Hebrew II Sem in Old Testament Theology Archaeology and the Bible Writings Archaeology of Palestine Sem OT Exegesis: Sem Adv OT Exegesis:Exodus Near Eastern Archaeology Readings in the OT (English) Readings in the OT:Pentateuch Readings in the OT (English)

2,3 2,3 3 3 2,3 3 2,3 2 2,3 2-3 3 3 3 3 3

SEMN110 SEMN110 SEMN150 SEMS340 SEMN110 SEMN335 SEMN110 SEMN150 SEMN110 SEMN108 SEMN108

SEMN135 SEMN135 SEMN135 SEMN110

25 20

Old Testament Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 08:30–11:20 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

MTWR 174 W 175 MTWR 176 TWR 177 TWR 178 MTWR 179 TWR 180 T 181 TR 183 W 182 W 184 TR 185 1740 186 187 192 193

OTST551-001 OTST940-001 OTST551-002 OTST565-001 OTST639-001 OTST551-003 OTST619-001 OTST514-001 OTST625-001 OTST604-001 OTST626-001 OTST612-001 OTST565-001 OTST615-001 OTST810-001 OTST570-062 OTST570-075

SEMS120 SEMN108 SEMN135 SEMN108 SEMN108

32 30 32 30

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TWR TWR TWR TWR TWR TWR R W W W W

157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 314 315 316

OTST552-001 OTST552-002 OTST675-001 OTST555-001 OTST552-003 OTST620-001 OTST510-001 OTST558-001 OTST614-001 OTST680-001 OTST940-001 OTST810-001 OTST570-085 OTST570-058 OTST570-062

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

Beaulieu,Stephane Vogel,Christian Gregor,Paul Gregor,Paul Arrais,Tiago Davidson,Richard Gregor,Paul Tollerton,Evelyn Ray,Paul Davidson,Richard Davidson,Richard Younker,Randall Muran,Alexej Baez Garcia,Enrique Moskala,Jiri

32 32 30 50 32 30 50


Andrews University Class Schedule Theological Seminary - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

Room Number

Instructor Name

SEMS340 SEMS340 SEMN150

Canale,Fernando Hanna,Martin Gane,Roy Jankiewicz,Darius Moon,Jerry Baldwin,John Matthews,John Stefanovic,Ranko Vogel,Christian Matthews,John Staff Staff Shepherd,Thomas Shepherd,Thomas

64 Max Enrl

Seminary, General Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20

TWR TWR R R T T R R

195 198 190 202 88 191 162 173

GSEM510-001 GSEM510-002 GSEM530-001 GSEM626-001 GSEM534-001 GSEM539-001 GSEM854-001 GSEM511-001

Revelation&Inspiration/Herment Revelation&Inspiration/Herment Doctrine of the Sanctuary Contemp Adventst Theolgcl Iss Issues in Ellen G White Stdies Issues in Origins PhD-ThD Diss Proposal Sem Daniel & Revelation

3 3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 3 3

15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

W

163 164 165 159 160

GSEM860-001 GSEM525-001 GSEM620-001 GSEM880-001 GSEM888-001

Teaching Religion in College The Bible & Biblical History Research Methods Prep for Comprehensive Exams Doctoral Degree Contin

3 1 2 0 0

SEMN335

SEMS120 SEMN235 SEMN150 SEMN335 SEMN335 SEM

SEMN235 SEMN150 SEMN335 SEMS340

50 60 10

12 0 100 100

Spring Semester 2013 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20 15:30–18:20

R T T R W W

Arranged Arranged Arranged

179 111 171 148 149 172

GSEM626-001 GSEM534-002 GSEM530-001 GSEM854-001 GSEM860-001 GSEM627-001

Contemp Adventst Theolgcl Iss Issues in Ellen G White Stdies Doctrine of the Sanctuary PhD-ThD Diss Proposal Sem Teaching Religion in College Issues in Daniel & Revelation

2-3 2-3 2-3 3 3 3

145 146 147

GSEM880-001 GSEM888-001 GSEM995-001

Prep for Comprehensive Exams Doctoral Degree Contin PhD-ThD Dissertation *

0 0 1-16

Davidson,JoAnn Burt,Merlin Davidson,Richard Matthews,John Matthews,John Gregor,Paul Stefanovic,Ranko Shepherd,Thomas Shepherd,Thomas Staff

Theology/Christian Philosophy Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 15:30–17:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TR 194 MTWR 1732 TR 196 TWR 199 W 201 W 203 204 205 206 207 208 212 213

THST626-001 THST637-001 THST630-001 THST521-001 THST540-001 THST550-001 THST649-001 THST940-001 THST656-001 THST964-001 THST600-031 THST895-001 THST896-001

Modern Christian Theology Biblical Eschatology Doctrine of Christ Christian Theology I Doctrine of Salvation Principles of Christian Ethics Seminar in Theological Issues Sem in Systematic Theology Seminar in Historical Theology Sem in Historical Theology Christian Personal Ethics Directed Rdg Historical Theo * Directed Rdg Christian Ethics *

2,3 2,3 2,3 3 2,3 2,3 2,3 3 2,3 3 2,3 1-6 1-6

SEMN235 SEMN310 SEMS340 SEMN150 SEMS120 SEMN310

Jankiewicz,Darius Baldwin,John Jankiewicz,Darius Canale,Fernando Staff Fortin,Denis Canale,Fernando Canale,Fernando Jankiewicz,Darius Jankiewicz,Darius Dupertuis,Atilio Staff Staff

Understanding Christian World Doctrine of Salvation Principles of Christian Ethics Roman Catholic Life & Thought Christian Theology II Christian Social Ethics Seminar in Theological Issues Sem in Systematic Theology Sem Philosophy Theology&Ethics Seminar in Ethics Topics: * Directed Rdg in Systmtic Theo * Directed Rdg Historical Theo * Directed Rdg Christian Ethics *

2,3 2,3 2,3 2,3 3 2,3 2,3 3 2,3 3 2,3 1-6 1-6 1-6

SEMN235 SEMN235 SEMN310 SEMN235 SEMS120 SEMN310

Jankiewicz,Darius Davidson,JoAnn Kis,Miroslav Jankiewicz,Darius Davidson,JoAnn Kis,Miroslav Davidson,JoAnn Davidson,JoAnn Kis,Miroslav Kis,Miroslav Staff Staff Staff Staff

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 09:30–10:20 11:30–12:20 11:30–12:20 12:30–13:20 13:30–15:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TR TR TR TR TWR W

173 175 176 177 178 180 181 182 183 184 186 187 188 189

THST510-001 THST540-001 THST550-001 THST627-001 THST522-001 THST634-001 THST649-001 THST940-001 THST659-001 THST966-001 THST695-001 THST890-001 THST895-001 THST896-001

* Instructor approval required For more up-to-date schedule information, go to www.andrews.edu/go/classes

50 10 12

100 100 100


Andrews University Class Schedule Theological Seminary - Graduate Time

Days

Course CRN Number

Fall Semester 2012 - Spring Semester 2013

Course Title

Cr

65 Max Enrl

Room Number

Instructor Name

Doss,Gorden Kuhn,Wagner Kuhn,Wagner Bauer,Bruce Doss,Gorden Doss,Gorden

45 45 15

Bauer,Bruce Bauer,Bruce Bauer,Bruce Whitehouse,Jerald Bauer,Bruce Doss,Gorden Kuhn,Wagner Doss,Gorden

45 20 45 25 30 20

World Mission Fall Semester 2012 08:30–09:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TWR

T W

214 215 217 1758 1666 1665

MSSN546-001 MSSN505-001 MSSN828-001 MSSN546-084 MSSN561-001 MSSN640-001

Mission in Cultrl&Rlgs Contxt Christn Respns to Human Needs Sem Social Sciences&Mission Mission in Cultrl&Rlgs Contxt Christian Witness&Wrld Relgns Advanced Mission Studies

3 2-3 3 3 3 3

SEMN310

Mission in Cultrl&Rlgs Contxt Hist of Christian Mission Christian Witness&Wrld Relgns Witn People Another Rlg (Top) Sem History of Mission Anthropology Mission&Min Mission in Cultrl&Rlgs Contxt Anthropology Mission&Min

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2,3

SEMN310

SEMN135

12

Spring Semester 2013 08:30–09:20 12:30–13:20 15:30–18:20 Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged Arranged

TWR TWR R

190 1517 1614 191 192 1516 1518 1654

MSSN546-001 MSSN676-001 MSSN561-001 MSSN660-001 MSSN827-001 MSSN615-001 MSSN546-002 MSSN615-031

2012-2013 Course Schedule  

2012-2013 Course Schedule