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PACIFIC LUTHERAN UNIVERSITY

STRATEGIES FOR PEACE INTERIM

January 8

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1990

February 2


You are holding in your hands an invitation to adventure. Be it adventure in foreign countnes, travel to alien areas of academic pursuit or unorthodox ways of completing a GUR, Interim at Pacific Lutheran University is designed to stimulate your curiosity, encourage your creativity, and broaaen your experiences -- all this and earn credit too! We of the Interim Committee are very enthusiastic about our theme "Strategies For Peace." It is a theme of vast possibilities with 010ba1, national, and personal implications. This Interim provides you with an opportunity to study strategies for peace not just as they relate to war or political concerns, but also as they relate to health and health care, ill tory media, religion and inner peace, to name just a few. This year as part of our stronger emphasis on our central theme, we have integrated our enrichment program in cooperation with other campus organizations to further thought, partIcipation, ana enjoyment throughout the learning community, both inside and outside of course work. OUf catalog is organized around the theme, and courses will be grouped by discipl ioe, relationship to theme, and whether or not they are on or off campus. As always, this Interim we have much to offer, so jump in and try something new and unusual. Afterall, adventure begins WIth risk, and there is nothing more fun and rewarding than adventure. PEACE

CONTENTS

THE INTERIl\1 COMMITTEE Arthur Gee

General Information

Professor of Biology

Interim Courses and Requirements

Lawrence Gold, Chair

Activities and Events in January

Assistant Professor of Art

Registration and Expenses

Janet Herman-Bertsch

Computer Facilities

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Details Regarding Courses

Gloria Martin

Credit and Course Load

Writing Center Director

Grading

N. Christian Meyer

Course Numbering

Professor of Math

Times for Class Meetings

Dwight Oberholtzer, Jr.

Building Symbols

Professor of Sociology

Day Codes

Judith W. Carr

Library Hours

Interim Director

Bookstore Hours The Interim Committee encourages students

Interim Course Listing

to talk

1990 Interim Course Descriptions

with professors

prior to enrolling. benefit

both

approaching

about

courses

Such dialogue may well

instructor the

their

Interim

and

student

in

with

enthusiasm.

commitment alld a greater understanding of the direction a course might take during the four weeks of intensive study.

Theme Related Off-Campus

ourses

Additional Off-Campus Courses Theme Related On-Campus Courses Additional Off -Campus Courses


TImME-RELATED OFF CAMPUS COURSES

ADDITIONAL ON CAMPUS COURSES

BUSA 3 19 .......... Business in China 1990; W. Yager (4) ........... '" .......... 7 EDUC 318 . . . . . . . . . Inner Ci ry Mulriculmra l Privlre Educarion Field Experience; R. Mulder & N. No kleb crg (4) .. .......................... 7 MATH/COMA311 .. Morocco: Tour ofthdGsbah; R. lknkhalti & G. Wilson (4) . . . • . . . 7 MUS] 300 . . . . . . . . . . London' A Cul m nl Tour; C. Knapp (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 PRED 30 1 ......... Interim on rhe Hill; . Officer (4) .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 RELI/MUSI303 . . . . . ThePeaceable CooUilUnity: january at Holden Village; K. Grie shaber & R.Scil'CIS (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Vanished Peoples and Lost Ci,ilizations: An [ nt roductinn to P o pular Anthropology ; D. Hudshcd (4) ..........................22 ANTH 304 ......... Bringing It All Back Home; E. BmKo (4) ....................12 APHS 310 . . . . . . • . . . Ge ron tology : A Study of Aging - Now and [nto the 2 1 s t Cenm r\'; L Rho ades & Y. Yumibc (4) ............................. 22 ARTD 315 ......... St ained Glass; M. Gulsrud (4) . . . . . . , ..................... 22 ARTD 386 ......... [mage ryand Symbolism; E. Scbllidda (4) ....................12 Br0L312 .......... Coming to Grips wirh Canccr; D. Kcrk (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 BUSA 303 .......... Law and the Consumer; D. MacDonald (4) ................... 23 BUSA305 . . . . . . . . . . ,\Ianagcrs at Work; W.C rooks (4) • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.1 BUSA308 ..........Personal Financial Management; Sraff( 4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 BVSA309 .......... The Time ofrour Life: Li\ing Fully in the Age of Information; E.R eynolds (4) ...................................... 24 BUSA3ll . . . . . . . . . . .\·Ioo(rn Business Communications; L. Stml an d· ED, (4) . . . . . . . . . . 24 BUSA313 . . . . . . . . . . Managing Careers: [ndi(idual and Organization al Pmpecril"es; L. Gibson (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 BVSA 535 .......... Legal Aspects ofme Management ['roms; B. Aha. (4) . . . . . . . . . . . 24 BUSA 590 . . . . . . . . . . Managing Taxes; M. Gocke (4) ........................... 2S CH EM ll 5 . . . . . . General Chemi st ry; F. To biason & D. Swank (4) ................25 CHEM 210 . . . . . . . . . Nurrition, Drugs, and the Indilidual; B. Nesset (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 . . . Pla\writing Workshop; W.Parker (4) .......................25 COMA304 COMA309 . . . . . . . . . AudIo & Visual Imaginati on Through MusicV ideos; K Isakson & /. Bruton (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 25 COMA 315 . . . . . . . . . WhistieblOller: Watchdog or Rat hn),); "". Nolan ('I) . . . , .........2S CSCI 144 . . . . . . . . . . Introduction to Computer Science; K. Blaha (4) . . . . . . • • . . . • . . . . 26 CSCl31701 ........ Co mpu tC 1S in Eduwi o n; j. Btau lieu (4) .....................26 CSC131702 ........ Com pur ers in Educari on; J. &auiicu (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 CSCI 385/590 . . . . . . ComputCf A rchitecture ; J. Brink (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 CSCI490/590 . . . . . . Ohjecr·OrientedProgramming; R. Spillman (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 ESCI305 .......... Mi neralogy; L. Huestis (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 ESCI318 . . . . . . . . . . The Geology of North America T hrough rhe Eres of john McPhee; J. Whitman (4) ....................................... 27 EC I 150 .........Principics of Economics; S.Brue (4) ........................ 27 ECON 331 . . . . . . . . . [memationJI Economics; D. Vinjc (4) . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . 27 ED C319 ......... School Pracricum: Reading; A. Mallon (4) .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 EDUe 401 A ........ Workshop in An Methods forthe E lementary ch ool ; Staff (I) ...... 28 EOUC 401 B . . . . . . . . Workshop in Music Methods in the Elcmcntarv School; StaiT(J) . . . . 28 ENGL 101 ......... College English (writing) ; R. Jono (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2R ENGL217 ......... Introduction to Short fiction; C Hale (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 . . . . Ang[\' Young Men: Brirish L iteramre in rhe 1950's; T. Campbell (4) ...28 ENGL 312 GRBK 101 ... Ancient Greek ; R Snu (4) .............................. 29 HEED 311 .. ...... Family Centered Childbirth ; 1'. Ho scth (4) .................... 29 KIST304 . . . . . . . . . . The Women Who Serried the West , 1830·1920; B. Kraig (4) ....... 29 M1JSI 302 . . . . • . . . . . Beginning Choir; E. Hannie (4) ........................... 30 M SI308 . . . . ,..... Imensive Smd" and Performance ofVocal jazz Music; Staff (4) ..... 30 MUSl309 . . . . , ..... Intensive Smdy and l'ertl)mlan CC of In stru mental jazz Music; R Gard (4) ......................................... 30 MUSI310 .......... Choral Sight Reading; R S pa rks (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 MUSI3l1 .......... A Guide to Classical �1usic; G. Yourz (4) .................. , . . 3 0 M SI318 .......... Songs of No[\vay; B.l'oulshock (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 MU 1436 .......... Hi srory of Organ Building ; D. D ahl (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , ... 3.1 NSCI 20 I . . . . . . . . . . History of Science to the Scientitic Revolu rion ; K. Batker (4) . . . . . . . 31 NURS 312 . . . . . . . . . . The Surgical Experience; F.Gough (4) ...................... 31 PHED100 .........Personalized FirncssProgram; B.,\Ioore (IJ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 PHED151 . . . . . . . . . BcginningGolf(l) ....................................32 PRED 155 ......... Bowling ( l ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2 PRED157 . . . . . . . . . Personalized Defense; Staff(I) ............................ 32 PHEOl70 ......... Skiing ( l ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 PHEO 177 ......... W eighr Training; S.Westering (I) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 FRED 182 . . . . • . . . . Low Impact Aerobics; Staff(l) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 PHED 192 . . . . • . . . . Intermediate Tennis; D. Dixon (I) . . • . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . 32 PHED244 . . . . . . . . . Co·EdVolld)JII:Staff(l) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 PHED300 ......... Dance T nck s ; M.Seal (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 PHED 308 . . . . . . . . . SportS Mou'"Jtion; F. We stering (2) . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 PEED 315 . . . . . . . . . Body Image; C.Hac ker (4) .............................. 33 PHlL lOlA . . . . . . . . . Philosophical Issues: Con struc ting a Worldvicw; K. Co oper 14) ..... 33 PHIL10lB ......... Ph ilo s ophical Issues; G. Arbaugh (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 PHIL 301 . . . . . • . . . . The Trial ofSocrJ!Cs: Atheist, FaSCISt, Corruptor of Youth!; CHubcr(4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 PHIL323 .......... Health Care E th ics [nfams & Children; P. Menzel (1) . . . . • . . . . . . 33 PHIL3 52 .......... Ae5lhetio; G. Myrbo (4) ................................ 34 PHYS/ENG 305 . . . . . The Art ofElecrronics; H. Woo (4) .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 PSYC313 .......... ThePsy ch ology of Work; C. Hansvick (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 PSYC 3 15 . . . . . . • . . . Thc Psychology of Language; C.Moon (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . 34 REL1330 . . . . . . .. . . Old Testament Studics: Doc s Archeol ogyProvc the Bible); R. Gehrke (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . 35 RELI 367 .......... Major Religious Thinkers, T he Religio us Vi�on of H. Richard Niebuhr (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 SPED 313 . . . . . . . . . . Gifted Children; H.Owens (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 SPED 399 . . . . . . . . . . Pracricum in Sp ecial Ed; H. Owens (1.2) .....................35

ADDITIONAL OFF CAMPUS COURSES . . . . . . . . .

ARTD310

The Renaissance at Home: Art Histo ry. in Rorcncnnd Rome' R.Brown (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........9 BIOLIESCI307 . . . . . Namral Histo ry of Hawai i ; D. Hansen & S.Benham (4) ........... 9 CHBM/I!NGl3!0 . . . Australia Walkabout; S. Tonn & C. &rgman (4) ....... '" .......9 "EDUe 303 ......... Interim in rhe Country: A Field Experience in Rural Education; j. Zylstra & R. Mu l de r (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 ENGL314 . . , ...... On the Road Again: R eading and Writing About Travel; D. Sd (4) .. 10 BSCI301 ... " . . . . . The hape ofthe Land; B. Lowes & D. F oley (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 PHIID306 . . , ...... The Expedition Expertcnec; D. Ryan (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 PHED317 . . , ...... The Caribbean - Past & Present ; M. Rice (4) ................. II PHIL302 . . . " ..... logiC & Science in the Smiee oflustia:; Cur rent Forensic Science in Sherlock Holme's London; j. ordby (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I I SlGN 302 . . . • . . . . . . The Silent World: An Expericoce in DClf Awaren ess; J. DeSher i ia (4) ...................................... 12

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THEME-RELATED ON CAMPUS COURSES . . . . . . . . . PromotingPelce Through Touch -An Int roduction to Massage; M. arpenter (I) . .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ARlD 300 ......... D ralling in Mixed Media; J. Bogadonir (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 ARID 301 . . . . . . . . . culpmrt inMixed Media; R. Stcfansdonir (4) . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . 13 ARTD 303 ......... Multiple Views:Pea ce;P. Cox (4) ..........................13 BIOL310 . . . . . . . . . . Human Genetics and BiocthiC5; S. Zweifel (4) ................. 14 BlOL317 . . . . . . . . . . Impact of Microhes: Fram Plagues to possibilities; A. Alexander (4) . . 14 BUSA315 . . . . . • • • . • G ring os in Central :\merita: The Economics,Poliucs and Ethics ofDoing Business with C entral Americans; R Kibbey (4) . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 BUSA317 . . . . . . . . . . The Baltic Sutes: The Power of Pcacdull'olicies; G. King & D. Fa rm er (4) ....................................... 15 CHIN 301 . . . . . . . . . • Intwsive Chinese: An Introducuon to the Chincsc Langu age and Culmre; W. Hua (4) . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 EDGe300 . . . . . . . . . Peace 111th Self: Undm!anding Procrastination and Perfectionism; G. Minenl, A Coglizu,P. Sargeant (2) ......................1 5 ENGL307 . . . . . .. . . TIle Search for Peace in God\ S ilence : The Fibns of Ing mar & rgman; P Benton (4) ........................................ 16 FR.I!N 316 . . . . . . . . . . The Myili of Napolc on; M. jensen (4) ....................... 16 GERM 300 . . . ... . . . Elcmematy German ; R. Swen son (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 16 HIST303 . . . . . . . . . . Holocaust: The Desrruction of the European jews; C. Browning (4) ..17 HISf 306 . . . . • . . . . . The Vietnam War and American Society; W. Carp (4) ............ 17 HISf310 . . . . . . . . . . Mri(�n [ndepend nee and Liberation Movements; S. Rubctt(4) ........................................ 17 HIST324 . . . . . . . . . . The Renaissance;P.Nordquist (4) .........................17 MATH 3 13 ......... Mathcmaucal Strategies for Financial Peace; M. Herzog (4) . . . . • . . . 18 MUSI 306 . . . . . . . . . . The Chime, of Freedom: Music of Social Con iousness; D. Ho tfman (4) . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 MUS1315 . . . . . . . . . . Inner Peace: With a Song in my Heatt; M. Frohnmayer (4) . . . . . . . . . 18 N1JRS 302 . . . . . . . . . . Peace Through Caring: YourPlace in Nursing; M. Klisch (2) . . . . . . . 18 N1JRS 306 . . . . . . . . . . Peaceful &ginnings: Clinical Per p ecu\"tS onPerinatal Nursing; C Hansen & P. Page (4) . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 NURS315 . . . . . . . . . . Words ofPcaee: Mcdicai T c rminology for Health Profmional5; S. Aikin (2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 PRED 304 . . . . . . . .. Work and Leisure 10 Peaceful Coexistence; G. Chase (4) .......... 19 POll 303 . . .. . . . . . . World W,lr llI: Exp lora tions into the Unthinkahle; W. Spencer (4) ... 19 POU 306 . . . . . . . . . . UWVCT") ill Film, TV and Literamre; S. DII)·cr·S\:hick (4) .......... 19 R.l!U 305 .......... Pro pecrs for Pc';ICC and justice in an Age of Sc ience; L.Gross(4l ........................................ 19 R.I!U 312 . . . . . . . . . . E�iJ, Su fferi ng, and God; D. Knutson (4) ..................... 20 R.l!U 360 . . . . . . . . .. The World Christian Movement; S. Govig (4) ................. 20 RELl 364 . . . . . . . . . . The Fumre ofCrt.J.rion; T. Peters (4) ....................... 20 SCAN303 . . . . . . . . . . Glasnost or Cold War: East West Relations in the Far Notth; A. 0\'tO (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 SOCW302 . . . . . . . . • What are rhe Prospem forPeace in America?; V. Hanson (4) .......21 SPED 317 . . . . . .. . . . Mental Illness in America: The Scarch for InternalPeace; G.Williams (4) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . • • . . . 21 SPED403 ..........Parent/ProfessionalParrne hips in S pecial Ed.; K Gerlach (2) . . . . . . 21 APHS31 i

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GENERAL INFORMATION

TIl

I NTER [M R'F.Q Only

rREME

courses

the Interim requirement.

s tisfy

TRAVEL I

T:

numbered

Two

4-

semester-hour 300-320 Interim courses may be offered for credit;

a

courses meet

less than

combination

may

part

the

requirement. students

used,

be

of

these

when or

complete

smaller

semester

only

one

Independent

projects.

r

the core

quircment.

numbers outside identified in

300-320

approve

month

of

offered to meet

300-320 bracket, are descriptiortS,

and

wi!! no t meet the Interim requirement.

I3y

the

course

same token, a

may

not

meet

Interim course

300-320 the

ALL

core

requirement.

C ommitte e

independent

study

must

offered

at

PLU,

to

off-campus

other

provide

options

travel-study

month of January. catalogs

and

OPPORTU

ITIES:

number 320. or

a

experience, job,

such as not

does

course

of

travel or

constitute The

study.

student

should show that his or her experience wil! involve

intellectual

inquiry

that

is

sub ·tantial enough to justify the hours of endemic

credit

The

desired.

PLU Students:

an

proposal

should specify how the instructor will both guide and evaluate the student's intellectual

growth.

The students

the

exchange

program

opportunity

to

The student completes

a

Students

interested

in

such

Interim

Director

(A-I03).

usually

cumulative grade point

recommended.

H o wev er,

some 300-320 Interim courses are

designed

for

and

are

major

so

or

advanced in

designated

students

the

course

description (only one such course may

used

to

meet

requirement.)

llli!.Y

be

toward

A

counted the

discnaion

two-course

the

300-320

Interim

Interim

course

toward a major, as well as

Interim

th

of

be

requirement,

at

the

chair or dean of the major

department or schooL

and fourth Interim courses

semester hours

of 300-

320 Interim courses) m:J.Y count as ele tives th

32

course

total

required

for

graduation.

UPPER DI the

proposal, dean's

Interim Director (BY Interim

with

OVE

the to

signatures,

TIER I.)

ISIO upper

higher.

the The

ommittee wil! act on the proposal

payable

e xchange

to

the

program

juniors

and

is

host

open

seniors

to

with

a

average of 2.00 or

Freshmen may not apply. STUDENTS

THE

CHECK COURSES

AT

ARE

ADVISED

CREDIT OTHER

TO

YAL E OF It STlT TIONS.

LUTHERAN

PACfF l C

as soon as possible.

UNrvERSITY

Independent studies which do not meet the

CANNOT GRA T MORE THE HOST I STlTUTION

Interim requirement wil! assume the number

full course (4 semester hours) is needed to

To

the

other

meet

individual

requirements:

department

or

school

has

complete

a

degree certain

program, the.

THA

G RANTS. the

should

b(l

semester hours credit Or equivalent.

submitted to the Interim Committee for

be

CR E DIT

designated for such purposes and need not

course

If a

student

carries

4

The Interim tuition fee will be paid

review.

Students

(PLU students pa\' PLlJl. may

without registering their

general

"be

for

on

campus"

a course, provided

program

of

:!cti v it y

REQ

mEMENT: 3 0 0 - 32 0 \

division

is

approved by their advisor and submitted to the Office of the Registrar.

requirement.

How ver, courses numbered abo e 320 wdl

according to On-campus

paid

at

the

Board and room host

its fee schedule. PLU

students

have

institution Reminder: paid

later

December

Applications

available in the R egistrar' s Of fi.c e.

are

January will not be charged. PLU

students

exchange are required

participating to carry

in

3

an

health and

accident insurance which will cover them 24 hours a day (see INSURANCE section).

meet the requirement.

for

Interim room along with their faIl payments. If a student chooses to participate in Interim

The plan should be submitted no

I.

be

exchange elsewhere, the PLU board fee for

transcript. than

will

toward

graduation requirements, or appear on the ill not

fees

Suc h a program

shall not receiv� credit, be cnunted

Courses numbered

meet

the and

PLAN OF ACTIO

til ird

taken (more than 8 toward

instructor'S

fee

There is

non-refundable

bv exchange students to the home institution

ELECTIVE: The

submitting

student is responsible for

for

directed to the

$ 10.00-$20.00

a

The

approved by a super vi sing instructor and The

will

Requests

another campus should be

or schooL

is

programs

applications to participate in an exchange 00

sophomores,

be

The proposal must then

- 103.)

during

find catalogs available in the Office of the

saOle officer prior to December I. Procedure:

offers

study

January in many other parts of the country.

by the dean of the instructor's department

prerequisite

Inte.rim

IDELlNES FOR INTER�I EXCHANGE

G

Such

MAJOR REQUIR 'MENTS:

a

The

brochures.

institution.

when

the

Director is available to help you follow up.

application

have been designed for the non-major even

during

in the Interim Director's Office to look at

Director (

the most part,

all

heck the special files

proposal on a form provided by the Interim

for

in

parts of the world and the United States,

Courses to meet the core requirement wil! be gended in the manner of regular courses.

Interim courses,

studies

institutions,

courses

the Interim requirement.) wil! be designated by the

courses

JANUARY: addition

proposed to meet

adequate

These courses have

the

the

during clepartrnents!s hools

Interim

(The

;vlere

Interim

met hI' an

to implement such indi idual study-research

T:

the

be

study course completed

Most of t h e

Januar)'.

work

courses are

semester hours) of

the Interim requirement rnay

e n d of their sophomort' year.

During

(4

In

requirement:

of Pacific Lutheran University are prepared

semester hours). Students should complete at least one 300-320 loter im requirement by the

January some

Interim

to

Interim course (4

CORE REQurnEJ\I,

the

p to one full course

transfer

senior

meel

hour

avaibble,

8

basic

Junior

need

4-semester-hours of

To

300-320


In across

past

the

years,

country

PLU in exchange

catalogs

and

many

have

institutions

cooperated from

students

numerous

courses.

Director's

office.

STUDENTS

will

Committee

wish

to

ATHLEllC EVE

hopes that

initiate

Interim

number

of

particularly interested

students

who

are

in a certain subject

APP L Y IN G lNT RIM FOR A EXCH NG AT ANOTHER INSTITUTIO MUST DO SO THROUGH THE Jj TERIM DIRECTOR. A partial list

same forms, deadlines and procedures that

or

faculty members follow for course proposals

institutions participating in the Interim

area

and

various

may

put

together

a

course

proposal

Outdoor

sponsor (or instructor) for the course.

The

MN

for

submission

of

proposals for the following January is April

Augustana ollege, Siaux Falls, SD ustin College, Sherman, TX Bethany College, Lindsborg, KS Bethel Callege, St. Paul, MN Cal i forn i a uthernn, Thousand Oaks, Ca lvin CoJlege, Grane! Rapids, MI Carthage College, Kenosha. \VI Dana College, Blair, I B

1.

cross

please see the Interim Director,

/\-103.

country

the

Interim,

will

skiing,

be and

And we hope this January will be a

THE WEALTH:

SHARE

Interim

profes:;ors

to

Committee

share

encourages

special

lectures,

discussions and films with members of the invite

students,

If you would like to

faculty

and

staff

outside

your class to atiend a special session, please

RICH lENT PROGRAM:

During

sponsored by

good month for alpine skiingj

in

do so

ON- REDIT

games

Adventures"

There

campus community. For forms and further information,

CA

1110nth

Recreation.

The date

basketball

"Outdoor

overnight trips during the weekends.

seeking out a faculty member to serve as a

Deadline Augsburg College, Minneapolis,

the

guided

snowshoeing,

will be in effect.

exchange includes:

TS AND RECREATION:

forget

Don't

throughout the loterim

Any

schoob are available for your perusal in the Interim

-Jl'I,'lTlATED COURSES:

The Interim

Interim

opportunities.

brochures

STUDE

with

students

and

the

Campus

7450).

Center, ext.

If

Bulletin (

niversily

you knQw early in

the fall that you will be inviting outsiders to

and

participate in your class, please notify the

knowledge with each other in a program of

Interim Director and such information can

Oeoison University, Granville, OH

educational

enrichment.

be listed in other publications.

Doane College,

instruction

and

GustllvuS

Crete,

B

faculty alike

MN MN NB

Adolphus, St. Peter,

varied

HaIllline Univc.rsity, 5t. Paul,

dancing).

event

PLU welcomes exchange students 4 -1-4 institutions. We feel that the exch�nge students, with their diverse backgrounds, enrich our campus and we hope tilat our extensive curricular and I'rom other

during

January

provide a broadening experience for them in return.

will waive tuition for students

that

other institutions

accept

FLU

exchange

students

basis.

In

have agreed to

on a

the

been

in

such

sailing,

back

techniques,

tuition

waiver

event that such a

be a charge of

$1270 for each 4-5 hours ($265 Cor each hour in excess of 5).

Interim,

please

contact

E:l:change students application. so

$15

must also send a non­

application

fee with

their

On - campus housing is required

that exchange

offers

and

its share

plays,

calendar.

Most events are free.

films.

Check

If

you

are

a

new

student

evening of January the

Center.

Regency

of

an

There will be

the

to meet some

PLU

during

University

orientation to the

students while enjoying

a

set

apart

for

hearing the gospel proclaimed in the midst of daily life and for giving praise to God. both traditional and contemporary liturgies. Brief meditations are frequently offered by the university Pastors or special guests. Chapel during

during

from

application deadline is December

the

I,

final

students

are urged to apply earlier since classes and

dormitories

tend

applications

should

to

fill.

be

sent

Exchange to

Carr, Interim Director, Pacific University, Tacoma, \VA, 98447.

Dr.

Interim

will meel (hnuary

every

10,

Wednesday

17,

24,

31)

4:30-5:00 in the Regency Room of the

University Center. The theme for Interim is our Peace (Eph.

2:14).

Judy

SPECIAL PROC

DURES I-OR OFF­

CAM1'US REGISTRATIO Secure forms

from

directors

campus courses. noted above.

IO

1990 is Christ

:

off-campus of

information

individual

Complete

off­

registration as

You wiLl be required to pay

percent of the cost (tuition excluded) to

registration.

time

15

January 10

hold a place in

UNIVERSITY CHAPEL: is

After November

Continued Registration/Changes

Class schedule will be confirmed at

refreshments and entertainment.

Chapel

15

After November

the time of registration.

7, (Sunday) at 6:00 p.m.

Room

6-15

General Public Registration:

of

campus and geogrllphic area, and a chance

students may participate Although

November

the

Interim or an exchange student, join us the in

9

Changes in Registration:

the

NEW S DENT AND EXCHA.NGE STUDENT GET TOGETHER:

fully i.n the many special activities offered

Interim.

October

Continuing Students:

A-103.

concerts,

DATES:

Off -campus courses:

bread

A variety of services will be used including refundable

REGISTRA ION

If you would like to contribute

during

waiver agreement is not possible, there will taken

has

Swahili,

January always

Visiting Students:

from

There sharing

growth and evangelism,

job search

Interim Director,

Whitworth College, Spokane, \VA

PL U

skills

a special request for the scheduling of an

l'v1N Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka, AK University of Redlands, Redlands, CA

offerings

as

time,

your time and talent or would like to make

C

College, Northfield,

eJllracurricular

interest

Christian

kite-making,

their

baking, grass roots politics, and beledi (belly

SI. Andrews College, Laurinbcrg,

SI. Olaf

areas

massage,

liastings College, Hastings, Luther College, Decorah, IA Mnc:tlt'-star College, St. PolUl, MN Menlo College, Menlo Park, CA

share

Schedule

the class

at the

for

Off-Campus

Special

when making a deposit or payment. forms

are

FINAL

time

of

Please present your 'Payment

available

from

PAYMENT

the

Fees' (These

i.nstructor.)

(excluding

tuition)

BE PAID BY DECEMBER 1ST. IN TilE EVE T THAT SPECIAL FEES ARE NOT PAID BY THE DEADLINE S W[LL NOT BE PERMITTED STUDE MUST

TO ATTEND.

Tally cards are required of

all off -campus courses. payment

deadLines

descriptions. first

day

Note other specit'ic

listed

in

the

course

Tuition charges are due on the

of class.

Note

that

some

off­

campus courses have special deadlines that differ from the general requirement, listed

Lutheran

above. EXPE

SES/REGl

AR FEES:

TUlllON Pacific Lutheran University bases its tuition on a Cost Containment Plan (CCP) which provides for a maximum of

35 credit 1989-90 academic year at a cost of $9360.00. This can be broken down hours for the by

terms

as

(those taking fall

or

follows:

full-time

students

12 or more hours in a regular

spring

semester)

will

be

charged

$4350.00 for 12-16 hours plus $265.00 for each hour in excess of 16. Interim full­ time students (those taking 4-5 hours) will

4


be c h arged $ 1 270 .00 p l us $ 2 6 5 .00 hour

in

e xcess o f

5.

These

for each

charges

$ 1 30

BOARD.

( S t u d e n ts r e q u i red by t h e i r academic

(for

than a week at a time will rece ive financial

R e h a b i li ta t i o n

consideration for meals missed.)

discriminate

and

spring

and

4-5

hours for i n t e r i m ) if totalled b y t e r m equal $9970.00.

To reduce this total to t h e CCP

maximum

rate

of

:59360.00

for

up

to

35

T h i s adj ustme n t i s cal led

more

$ 1 50 ( C harged

only

to

st udents

who

do

not reside o n campus du r i ng fa ll semes t e r . )

Spring

adj u s t m e n t acade m i c

of

year

maximum

up

35

to of

the

acco u n t

hours,

the

do

not

take

interim

Interim

a

c l asses.

T h is

will

spring

pre b i l l i n g i n late November.

before

the

for

$ 9 3 60.00.

show

semester

Students who

generally

will

not

rec e i ve t h e CCP S p r i n g Disc o u n t .

S t u d e n ts

participating

Program

during

the

in

a

Stud y

acad e m i c

Abroad

year

are

not

For

any

du ring

applicable)

at

an

for

h o u rs

adjustment ( i f w h e n on

is

allows

reg ular

charge

s t u d e n ts

Jan uary are

8,

due

who the

Bus i n ess

Office;

Early

p a y m e n ts

res u l t

in

t ot a l

before

Payments

can

bank are

early

reg ister

Fall

Cre dit H o u r$ 35 CCP Tuition Ra e Exc:en Hours R:ut" CCP S P Disc-ount TOTAL:

59)60

fees

for

Spring 17

13

5 $ 1 270

-0-

54350

-0-

,. 265

-±...

l=S....llil.

$ 1 2 70

$.4 350

to

rOT

L:

5)740

In terim

Fall

begi n n i n g

be

made

cards are

the

accepted.

e n co u raged

financial

of

at

and

will

clearance.

Fo r

those s t u d e n ts w h o reg ister after J a n u a ry 8 , 1 990,

the

full p a y m e n t

for t h e I n t e r i m

is

due a t the t i me of regis t r a t i o n .

Example ", 3

TOTAL:

$9360

Spring

are

ad vised

that

some

courses w i l l req ui re add i t i o n a l or i n c i d e n t a l fees.

I n fo r m a t i o n co nce r n i ng t h es e fees i s

no ted

in

the

course

desc r i p t i o n

catalog.

Lis t e d

costs

o p p or t u n i t ies

are

accurate

Please

c heck

course

if

as

-0-

$4350

l i sted

cos t s .

-=.!2:...

S 530

_0.0..::

l=Lill.1

funds

will

$46 1 5

S

- 0-

54745

-O-

Spring

Interim

16

4

$4350 -0-

$ 1 270 - 0-

$4350 -0-

--=lI.:.

-..::fl.::..

54350

$ 1 270

$]740

15

with

you

the

have In

in

for

the

The voluntary

i n s t ructor

i n stances,

necessary true

of

fo r

t h ro u g h o u t

Graduate

who

hold

an

u n d e rgraduate degree. h o u rs per semester) r a t e of 5297 e l ig i b l e

for

(1- 1 1

cred it

will be c h a rged a t t h e

per c r e d i t

h o u r a n d are

the Cost Containment

not

Plan or

t h e C C P S p r i n g Disc o u n t adj u s t me n t s . Special

Co urse

["ees:

A

in

registra t i o n ,

the

student and

his o r h e r pare n ts o r legal g u a r d i a n , as the may

be,

costs,

agree

room

to

and

accept

board

the

fees,

and

o t her special fees i n c urred or t o be i n c u r red in

turn,

agrees

to

s t ud e n t

c e r ta i n

the

o f certain

use

make

The Un i ve r s i t y , available

educational

pay

u ni v e rs i t y all

to

the

programs

a p p l icable a n d as de.scribed i n

and

fac i l i t ies,

as

the cata l o g .

U n i ve r s i t y

b i l ls s h a l l

release t h e U n i ve rs i t y o f a n y obl igation

reports,

to

provide

of

single,

full- time

(12

or

more

all

semester

to

home

with

a p p l ic a b l e

d i sm is sa l ,

grade

T h e s t u d e n t s h a l l also

or

of

of

the

provide

e v idence

All

s t u d e n ts

campus

part I c i p a t i n g

Interim

courses

All

students

e n ro l l i n g

i ll

5 . All

PLU

s t u d e n ts

e lsewhere

as

attending

I n te r i m

be

i n t h e catalog.

Computer

Cen ter's

offices

floor

of

houses

Mortvedt

DEC

VAX

Micro V A X

IT

Library. 62 1 0 ,

The

VAX

c o m p u ters.

fac i l i t y

6220, Two

and large

academic user rooms p rovide access to the VAX system

and t o

I B M - PC-s.

O n ly the

Iv!e m o r i a l User R o o m will be open during I nterim.

It will b e open seven d a ys a wee k ,

e x c e p t Ja nuary

1 5 ( M a r t i n L u t he r K i n g , Jr.,

b i r thday h o l i d a y . ) A p p ro x i m a t e l y 5 0 % o f the user roo m opera t i n g when

h o u rs

no

Charging

are

designated

charging for

will

compu ter

only

d u ring

The

h is t o r ic a l l y

fo l l o w i n g

is

a

use

be will

heavy schedule

as in

ti mes effect.

be use

made times.

of

free

c o m p u t ing t imes: M o n d a y to T h u rsday:

student

paychecks

applied to u n p a i d balances. may

be

certain may

be

5 pm to 7 p m

All accou nts 60

t u rned

over

to

1 1 pm to

I am

a Friday:

in

the

or hand icapped

condition

to

a c t i v i t ies w h i c h it operates and is r e q u ired

room a n d t h e Food Service regard i n g boa rd.

are

located i n the s o u t h e ast corner of the lower

I2 pm to 2 p m

c i r c u mstances

Under

e x c e p t i o n s t o t h i s po l ic y m us t b e addressed regarding

schOOl

excha nge

required ins urance coverage is noted

1 2 pm to 2 pm

Office

class,

4 . A l l n u rs i n g s t u d e n t s .

6 pm to 8 pm (Memorial)

L i fe

ski

ski c l u b , o r o t her club sports.

c o l o r , n a t i o n a l o r i g i n , age ,

Res i de n t i a l

off­

c o u rses

w i t h field t r i p s e x te n d i n g o v e r n i g h t . 3.

of senior the

the

in

or

disc r i m i nate o n the b a s i s of s e x , r a c e , creed ,

All

to

through

1 . A l l fo reign stude n ts . 2.

o r older d u r i n g the current semester, or is ho urs).

the

fo l l o w i n g

coverage

Pacific L u theran U n ivers i t y does n o t

semester

in

regis t r a t i o n

parents o r legal guardians, is 2 1 years o f age s t a t us (90

or

gives

minimum

d u ri n g

s i m i lar

7 a m to 10 am

fac i l i t ies.

col lection agency.

l i v i n g at

a

purchased

any

U n i v e rs i t y

u n l ess

is

in

den ied a d m i ttance to classes and the use of

days d e l i n q u e n t

student

and

t r a n s c r i p t o f records, d i p lo m a s , or

ho urs) s t u d e n t s room and board o n campus the

the

h o n o rable

p reregistra t i o n s .

that

plan

The

s t a t e m e n ts

requires

treatment

world

for be

a

s t ud e n t s ,

COMPUTER FACILITI ES; R I GHTS A N D RESPONSI B I L I T I ES:

educa t io nal b e n e fi t s a n d s e r v ices, to i nclude

D BOAR D

all

The p l a n covers

the

only

avai lable

for

a n o t h e r s o u rce:

.

p a y m e n t of a s p e c i a l course fee in a d d i t i o n to t h e t u i t i o n c harge.

in

may

Office

the

. . . . . . . . . . January 8 - 9 refund . . . . . . . . . . . . After .January 9

1 0 0%. refund No

A fa i l u re to few

makes

s t udents.

A r t a n d P r i v a t e M u s i c L e s s o n s , req u i re t h e

U n i vers i t y

a d m is s i o n

6 . All s t u d e n ts i n any course fo r w hich

cont inue

The

to

requiring

an ywh ere

U n i vers i t y

T U I TION I(f. F C :-.1 D RATES:

specia l i zed c o u rs e s , e . g . , P h ys i c a l Ed ucat i o n ,

ROOI\!

in

categories o r a c t i v ities are r e q u i r e d to e n r o l l

year.

for the s t udent's educa t i o n .

Students

i n j u ry

It

p e rsonal

tuition

Pa r t - t i m e

and

plan

coverage

t h e school

resp o n s i b i l i t y and legal o b ligati o n to p a y a l l

Disco u n t .

U n iversit y

maximum

additional

n o t e l i g i b le for t h e Cost Conta i n m e n t Plan those

to The

d i s c r i m inate

t h ere i n

pre m i u m .

the

or

are

to

i ns u ra n c e

or

s u rgery

conce r n i n g

case

s u d c n ts

the

manner.

w h e t her fu l l or part - t i m e . i l l n ess

po s s i b l e ;

the rate of 5297 .00 per cred i t h o u r and are Spring

of not

I NS U R A N C E :

I n terim

as

questions

all

be

expenses, as is

Upon

CCP

not

504

1973

such

S t u d e n ts

Stud e n ts

$4"50

IB

Grad uate Students w i l l be charged at

the

of

periods. S P E C I AL FEES:

- 0-

Fall

Credil Hours �S CCP Tuit ion .Rate Ex cen Houfs Rate CCP SP D i sCO ll n t

Section

Further i n fo rma t i o n is a v a i l a b l e i n

B u s i ness

17 S 265

59360

in

e m p lo y me n t

h o w e ver, a l terations may u n a v o i d a b l y occ u r . Example #2

by Act

the

the

e l i g ible

Interim

54350

Credit f lours 3 5 C P Tuilion Rate 'XCI!S1i Houn R:1te ccr SP Discount

and

earl y ,

for the CCP Spring Disco u n t . F. x a m p l e # 1

p u rsua n t

t h e general u n iversity catalog.

Disc o u n t

which

com b i n a t i o n

adopted

e d u c a t i o n a l programs and ac t i v ities extends thereto.

the CCP S p r i n g Disc o u n t . CCP

1974,

of

req u i r e m e n t ROOM.

hours, a n adj u s t m e n t w i l l be a p p l ied t o t h e s t ud e n t ' s acc o u n t .

for

regulations

c o u rs e - w o r k

fall

off-campus

and

1 2- 1 6

for

be

1 9 72

those who stay w i t h i n t h e b l a n k e t range o f hours

to

of

t he r e t o , by T i t le V l I o f the C i v i l R ig h ts A c t

educa ti onal

programs

Or

b y Title I X o f the Education A m e n d m e nts

7 am to 1 0 a m

S a t u r d a y to Su nday: 1 2 pm to 6 p m The

charge

for

co n nect

time

for

both the PC and V A X t e r m i nals w i l l be 5 . 50 per h o u r .

5


R E DfT A. D Credit

0 RSE LOA D: hours av ilable are i nd i ca ted

in e ac h course desc ri pt ion . Most cou rse ' 'u.n,' 4 ho u rs of credi t. The ma x i m u m co urse l o ad uring the I n te n m i 1 - 1 /4 co u rses (5 se mes t r hours). A student may not re � is t e r or mo re th an 5 semester hours �nless g i vt'n special permiss io n b y the I nte r i m Di rec tor a nd bv all ins t r uctors involved on a course ove r lo� d rOm) provided by the I n t er i m Director's Offie ( - [ 0 3) . Permission for a course over load w i l l not be gr.lnted without cnrefu l revIew of ea h requestOr' s case. G RA D I

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i n d icate

w i ll

the

alalog

which of two grad ing syste ms will be used: Honors ( H ) for e ' e pt i o na l work, I. Pass (P), No Cre d i t ( NC ) ( t he registration will not e recorded ) . These grades d o n o t nffect t h e g.p,a. T h e reg- ular le t te r grades: , B, C, 2. D E . (Such grades c o n t r i b ute t o t he g.p . a. ) The students in a " reg ula r let ter grnde " cou rse 01 :1, use one of h is or he r pass/fai l o p ti o ns . Cou r es mee t in g the core require m e n t and other o u r cs not n u m b e r ' d 300-320 sha l l be g raded i n th manner of reg ul. r ·o urses .

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IN

ALL Tally

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the

on of

lartin Lilt h e r K i ng, J r . , B i r t h d a y h o l id a y .

forms

in wi l l

insuraocl',

for

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extra

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fees

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the p u r pose o f paying an�

eKpenses

c a mpus

by

i n c u rred

cou rses

l o dg i ng , etc . )

(such

a

off­

a i rfare.

As a g e n era l ru l e , you

hould plan to meet full cost of t h e

· t u d y - t o u r for which you' , e app l ie d

SES

classes

in stru c tor

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ap p l i c a b l e

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(the

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Instructor.

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at o t h e r

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and

to

yo u r

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rid )�

the

tour

Lea,e

So me

C:t mp u 2.

with

the

i n fo r m a l l n n .

advertise

p. m .

FOR

conducting

name,

E x tra Hours: Ja n ua r y 8 : 8 : 3 0 a.m.-6:30 p . m . Janua r y 9: 8 : 3 0 :1 . 111 .-6:30 p . m .

I ·r ES

during

course

app oi n t m e n t

an

n u m be r .

BOOKSTO R E J lOURS: t h rough

Make obtnin

Dinner:

8:30- 5:00

Stude n ts I n terested

off - campus

professor

Lu nc h :

OenQ�i ts nre not

by earl y N ov em be r.

rcfundah l

pfte r Occem he r

I he c "en t

that

paid

the

Lo 1 $ n ot

I.

ba lance

by Dece m ber 1 , yo u wUi n O I be

perm i t ted to a t tend.

5.

Prese n t a ' P a y m e n t Ag re e me nt ' form to

the

cn�hier

at

the

Busi nc

Orrice wheneyer m a ki n g II pa) m e n t on

special

Agreements

fee . nre

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d i s l r l bu le d

b )'

the

regardi ng

the

i n s truc t or .

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6.

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nil

i n q u i ries

procedures

to

cond u c t i n g th e tour.

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Coffee Shoo: 1 0: 1 5 - 2: 1 5 p . l11.

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an

I nte ri m should fol l o w tbese g u i d e l i n es:

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Harsto.d Hall) I ngram II I I )

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Breakfast: 7:00 -9:30 a . m . unch: 1 1 : 3 0 - I : I 5 p.m. Dinner: 4:00 -6: 1 5 p . m .

RSE

�J B E R JI G:

The n u mbers 300-320 des ignate all courses whi h meet the I n terim req uirement. A l l c o u rs es W I t h c talog num � r s o ut s ide the 300-320 ra ng e will be t rea te d a r .:gulru' cou rses with reference to U n ivcrs i l) requirements nd grad i n g pr�cti es. ( Plea e note that t hese cou rse s do NOT meet t h e inte r i m requ i re men t . ) B

\lcglstratlon f o r orr-campus c ou rses w i l l b e gi n October 9 t h .

Un iver;itv Cenltr

AS

co

ERVICE HO

p.m.

a 300-320 I n terim

in

PROCEDURES FOR O F F ­ CAMPUS R EGISTRATION:

RS:

through rhursday: 8 a.m. - 1 1 Frida y: 8 n . lll . - 9 p. m. Sat u rd ay : 1 0 a . m . - 9 p . m . Sunday: I I a . m . - 1 1 p . m .

Close d 011 wee k e nd s .

G: The i ns t r uc to r 0

cou rse

L I B R A R Y 110

Monda

M - M onday

T - Tllesdny W - � ed n esda) R - Th ursd ay - Fl'lday S - Saturday

6

tbe

professor


THEME -RELATED OFF CAMPUS COURSES

-

BUSI NESS I N C H I NA

1990

B U SA 3 1 9 4 seme�ler h o u r.

INNER CITY M U LTICULTURAL PRIVATE EDUCATION F I E LD EXPERIENCE

COST IN ADDITIO

E D U C J i ll 4 emester hours R . 1ulder & N, ok leberg

area.

$250 .00;

roundlri p

l.rnnsporlalion

of the

One

most pro m i si n g Strategies

ITIO

:

a n d a pa y m e n t to tbe host famil� to defray e. pen s es . The ,Iudenl is re ponsible for

W. Yager

for Peace since t he days of Ma rco Polo has

TO

Incl udes surface transporlation

1 0 the Los A n geles

INSU RANCE COV E R AG E: MA X I M U M E N R O L L M E

Required

20

T:

been the recent opening up of the People's

Re p u b lic of

This course w ill

h i n:!.

Language s ,

one

insti t utio ns

in

i n t n ive,

of

the

of

and

Chi na

e du ca t io n a l

la rgest the

sit

an

of

xci t i n g , d ,re n ture i n to the rea l m

c u r re nt Ch i nes e

i n ternational

busi ness

field

This

take

p l ace at t h e G ua n gzho u Insti t ute of Fo re ign

introduced

to

e perien e

provide

has

been

opport u n i t y

for

s tudents to become aware o f the expa.n di ng

mecti ng

need fo r teachers who are s k i l led in the

c h a l l e n ges

of

io ner

the

pri are

city

ed uca t io n p o p u l a t i o n

practice.

The The l a rg est o f all na t i o ns , w i t h one

til

of

fou r

beco m

predicted

is

global

,

p op ula ti o n ,

world's

dragon

C hi nese

by

to

many

po we r

economic

the

w i th out

The C h i n es e econo mic and p o l i t i c a l

pee r .

reformation

h is to ri c al l y vast,

the

begun

in

f as c i n a t i n g

un leased

has

197'>

u n p re ed en tcd

in

i nt erest

country,

anc i e nt

its

with

t h is

culturn l roo ts, st r u ggl i n g to become modern.

Lutheran

Schools

and

U n i versities

u n i qu e

for

i n t ro d u c ed t o t he pr i vate C h r istian

areas:

C u l t u re

Chinese

customs,

(current h isto ry ,

Bac kgro u nd

a nd

and

ancienl p h ys i c a l

c u l t u ra l ,

five

modern

and

a l is m sp ec i a l

(controll d

ca pi

infras t r u c t u re,

Doing

i n ves tm ent, licen s i n g) ,

importing, Functional

th e

stude nt's

fu l l

i m m e rsion

C hi na e

·

hoice.

Students

will

in

observe

demonstrations a nd

bng uage

China

Ca l i for n i a

cul.tural

s t u de nt

on

the

in eac h journal, and a

OST

G SYSTEM:

I

p l an ned

A D DITION TO TU JTIO

w i l l beg i n and

fNSURA!

tal l y ca rd from the meetings

in

c en t u ri e .

must

food,

so be

been

fo r m a l l y

Ed uc a t i on

to

students

ac ce p t ed

i n to

p ro g ram.

R EQ U I R E MENT F I L L E D:

a

reconc i l iat i n

and

It is bnth :l

c o u n t ry, a nd rece nt l y the , ite

of

a Jewish

r ec og n ize the

i n d e pe ndence o f the Un ited

St ates and rcce n U y celebrated

t wo

h undre d

of u n i n te r rup t ed friendship w i th

history, o f t he

arran ge

s ha l l

la n g uage ,

M or occo'

and

u i sine.

student

an

e xp eri e n ce

nrt,

the

prov ides

co urse

op ortu n i ty a

c u l t u re

arch ilectu re,

This

in

on

r e l i g io n

and

We shall experience firs t

c o u nt ry .

hand

Ie tures

geograph y,

for

forei g n ,

an

the

in tcns i e

n o n - E u ropean

cou n t r y u n d e r the g ui d a n e and in truc t i o n

o f a na t i e

of

t h a t cou n try and spea ke r o f

fou r languages.

Trave logues,

for

g u ides

to

what

be

d istrib u ted before

will

incl ude t rave l to

pack, and so fo rth will depar t ure. The i t i n erary

Fes, Rabat a n d Marra kec h.

We will leave

the 6th of Jan ua r y' and return rhe 27th of t

the

end

the course each

of

of h i s o r her of M o rocco ( h i tory,

s tu de nt wi ll prese n t a paper choice o n some fa e t geo graph y,

rel i g i on ,

l a n gu age,

an ,

nr hirecture, c u l ture. e t c . ) .

l n terim

M"ENT FT LL E D:

REQU I R

G RADING SYSTEM:

R E TRICTIO ' OR P R E R EQ U fSITES: Tall" cards rpqulred G R A DING COST

flnal payment

the

U.S.

R ESTR ICTIO

A, B, C, D, E

for

MOrocco was the first nat ion to

con gres .

years

een

Med i ter ranea n I t is nn Arab

er

a n d a very Afr ica n cou n try.

and

ove mber ,

l i m i ted

Y TIM:

i n terim

H, P, NC

IN ADDITION TO TU ITION:

$2,095 .0 0;

due October J l . MAX1MU

and

pea I)

in

] " n un r y . is

tours,

SPECIAL R E QUIR Et.'fENT:

upo n

S O R P R E R E Q ISITES: Ta lly cards req ui red

I I , P, NC

$1 ,975 .00; Includes airfare, l od ging ,

coo er, t i ng

of E duca t i o n requi res a form si gned by the

O rgan iza tio na l

have

Scho o l of

Intprim

S OR P R E R EQ U IS lT E

cards req u i red

GRAm

the

nn

compl e ted l1y

who

Tall .

by

and a mandatory

E n ro l l m e n t

r R E 'fENT F l L L E D:

De

sch oo ls ,

a p p l ication

i,ppl i ca t ions

s u mmary pape r.

REQ

fa m i l v is the ' of So u the rn

Di r e c to r

the

The School

and

basis o f t h e q u a l i t y o f part i c i p a t i o n

R ESTRICTIO

lender

h inese

c u i s i ne

calligrap hy,

d a i ly

l i vi ng

perfo rman e in inst ruc tio na l a t i v i t ies, dai l y

c o m p l e t ed

a

all

j o u r n a l and r Q u i red project.

orie n ta t ions

seg me nt ,

host

a

and

teacher and supervisor w i l l be based q ua l i t y of pa rti c ip ation , growth

ins tructor.

cou rse

in

the

Ch inese

v a lu a t ed

school

a

E v a l u ation

classes,

be

a

wil!

T h e y will

par t i i p ate

Lu the ran

R ickets.

nd c o o k i n g

will

to

teach er and

n

We

in

w i th

pa r e n ts ,

(regional

Placement of

tours). Students

city

Because of its distingu ished situal io n in geography a.nd h istory, Morocco has

educati o n a l ac t i v i t ies.

respo ns i bi l it y

in

p r i c i n g , ma nag e m e n t pra tice), and

Elt p erie nce

inner

ass ig n ed

be

and

c lasses

arran gemen ts

(banki ng and f i n n n e , ma nufac t u ri n g. pl nn t t urs. d is t r i bu t io n , po rt v is i t , p ro m o t i o n and ul ture

an

l i ve w i t h a pa r ish ho s t fa m il y .

zones, ( fo re ign

p o r t i ng ,

Strategies

pe c i a l

pri va te school at th e grade leve l of his/her

socia l is t

mode r n izations),

with

c i ty

i n ner

A

a

be

economic

economic

fo u r

the

Bu s i n ess

within

to

fealure of t h is field e xpe ri e nc e w i l l be the

geog r a p h y ) , Ch i nese E co n om ic Development

system,

s t udents

school se tti n g .

school w i th a cooperating

The c u rr i c u l u m will focus on

na t i o n

ocio-cultu ra!

MATH/COMA 3 1 1

4 sem ester bours R. Ben.khnlll & G . W i l on

Col leges

th

t h ro u g h o u t

opport u n i t

So u t hern

of

L u ther an

Ca l i f o r n i a are prov id i ng

MORROCO: TOUR O F THE KASBAH

i ncludes airfare, housing, land

transportalion, IWO meals a da ) ,

CE COV E R AG E : Requ ired I E N R O L L l ENT: 2 5

f NS

7

R A C E COV E R AG E:

Required 20

MAXI r u M EN ROLLME

T:

ORGAN IZATrO. A L

TING J , n u a rt 3 ,

1

2 : 0 0 - 4 : 0 0 p . m . , M- I l

J


LONDON !

R EQ U I R E M E NT F I L L E D:

A C U LTURAL TOUR

THE PEACEAB LE COMMU N ITY: JA NUA RY AT HOLDE N V I LLAGE

I n te r i m

R E ST R I CTIONS O R P R E R E Q U ISIT ES: MUSI 30 0

Tal l y c a rds required

4 semester hours C. K n a p p

COST I N ADDrnO 1 TO TlJITION:

G R ADING SYSTR SI , 4 9 5 . 0 0 ;

In t h i s c u l tu ral

to u r

o f one

o f t he

olde st and most p e r e n n i a l l y exc i t i ng c i t ies in the Weste rn world we do o u r best to s a v o r as c o m p l e t e the

many

with

a c ross-sec t i o n

artistic

which

visitors.

and

the

as

poss i b l e

h i s t o r ic a l

metropolis

of

offeri ngs

tempts

its

W e w i l l t r y to e x p e r ience as m a n y

1:

H , P, NC

i n c l udes a i rfare, h o u s i n g ,

RELI/MUSI 303

b r e a k fasts, t i c k e ts to m os t performa nces and m us e u m s ;

does not i nclude lu nches and

d i n n ers

is

10

feas i b l e i n From

Holden V i l lage is a retreat center of

30

T:

M EETI 'G T I M E AND PLACE:

the

8:30 -

1 1 :30 a . m . M - F, 1 / 8 - 1 / 1 2 , E - 1 2 2

landing

at

t he

H e a t h ro w

Cas t l e fo r a to u r o f t h i s legendary c a s t l e and a

The n e x t day w i l l begin

h a l f day's

g u ided

to u r

of

London

city.

Beginning

the

next

day,

the

London Underground (su bway) and w a l k i n g w i l l be o u r p r i m a r y m o d e o f t r a ns po r t a t i o n f o r a more c o m p l e t e t o u r o f L o n d o n w h i c h i n c l u des

B u ck i n g h a m

Changing

of

Houses Hyde

of

the

Tuss a u d s , B ridge,

Palace

G ua r d ,

Parl ia m e n t ,

Park,

(financial

of

Lady

of

d is t r i c t ) ,

and

the

Scotland

Yard,

Piccad i l l y

Speaker's

To wer

Our

Circus,

Corner,

Madame

London,

London

Threadneedle the

S t reet

London

Stock

Exchange, and m a n y other fa m o u s places o f i n teres t .

a t u ral H i s t o r y ,

a r e the B r i t ish M u s e u m o f

N a t i o n a l G a l l e r y o f A r t , Victo r ia a n d A l bert Museum,

Tate

be

Gallery

and

the

W a l lace

The c a t h edrals and c h u rches to

seen

include

St.

Paul's

A b bey,

Westm inster Ca.thedra l .

Cathed r a l , S o u t h w a rd

and

The London c a t hedrals a r e , o f

c o u rs e , u nr i valed.

B l et he i m Cas t le a n d Oxford,

recognized as

g reat cu l t u r a l and h i s t o r ical s i t e s . We

will

of

a t t e nd a

an

p e r fo r m ance each

ope ra,

ballet,

s y mp ho n y

c o n c e r t o r a p l a y held a t s u c h places as t he Queen E l izabeth H a l l , Royal Fes t i v a l Ha l l , the

Colise u m ,

Thea t res.

and

London

the

a l ready

many

boasts

Cinest performances are

to

sec u red

o f some

be

for

London

fou nd . the

of

the

T i c k e ts

m u s ic a l

"Les

M i s e rable".

prepare

first

week

s t u de n t s ,

of

on

this

c o u rse

campus,

e x t e n s i v e t o u r o f t h e L o n d o n area. s t u d y t he that

compile places

redu c i ng

c o u rse

prov ides

understand

h o m eless

people

a

operas, we

will

j o u rn a l

v i s i te d .

ballets, see.

which

Tentative

an

We w i l l

S t u de n t s w i ll

will

for

s y m p ho n ies

B r i n g y o u r camerasl

those

problems.

morn ings

working units

We

to

as

u nder

L u t he r

will

refurb ish the

the

r e f u r n is h

they

are

K i ng

spend

the

t rans i t ional

c o n t ro l

of

Ecumenical

units

w h ic h

are

used

the

Center. to

some o f t h e m o re s ta b l e fam i l ies. be hard physical w o r k .

house

This w i l l

T h e afternoons and

acad e m i c a l l y and perso n a l l y , wha t i t m e a n s to

be

homeless.

C h r is t ian's

call

We to

historical

service

include

p l a ns a r e

and will the

for

a

city,

for

the

many

i nteres t i ng

and

at

the

relate

it

meals, help i n e m e rg e n c y s h e l t e r s , t a l k w i t h of t he " h o m eless."

It w i l l be a l i fe - c ha n g i n g

for

us

to

l i ve

c o m m i t t m e n t to o t h e r s , and a great

to

contribute

in

d e a l abo u t some

out

a

an o p p o r t u n i t y o u rs e l v e s , and

a b o u t people who are homeless. way

If we are

toward

peace,

perhaps it should begin i n our c o m m u n i t y . T h e f i r s t e x p e c t a t i o n i s fo r a n open m i nd, and t h e second fo r y o u r

w i l l i ngness

t o work hard o n t h e p rojects and p a r t i c i pate fully i n

the e x p e r ience.

Assignments

will

be read ings to g u ide the d e v e l o p m e n t o f a journal

of

each

s tu d e n t ' s

experience d u r i ng this month_

personal

Each s tu d e n t

w i l l also w r i te one homeles s p e r s o n ' s s t o r y .

G R A D I N G SYSTEI\I: COST I

I n te r i m

H , P , NC

A D DITION TO T U I T I O N :

C a r - p oo l to d o w n town T a c o m a INS U R A N C E COV E R A G E : MAXIMUM E 'ROLLME

T:

Requ i re d 15

O R G AN IZ A T I O N A L M E ETI NG J a n u a r y 8 , 8:30 - 1 1 :0 0 a . m . , A - 2 1 7

I n t h is s c e n i c

o p p o r t u n i t ies

look

the p e o p l e , and try to get a n u nderstand i ng

the

There w i l l also be free time to browse and in

will

specifica l l y to o u r c o m m u n i ty , we w i l l s e r v e

opportu n i t y

personal

issues,

s h o p p i ng

d is t ricts t h a t London boasts!

8

and

i n te g r i t y .

such

in

in

a

the

personal

will

be

o f e t hi c a l

on

inquiry

U s i. n g a c t u a l case

social conflicts

and

C o n t ro ve r s i a l e t h ic a l

as,

conscientious

e u thanas ia,

objection,

the

abortion,

e n vironment,

gender, and p o v e r t y , w i l l prov ide the g r i s t fo r d i a l o g u e .

Da i l y g r o u p d iscussions a n d

c o l l a b o r a t i v e p r o j e c t s u s i ng art, d ra m a , a n d writing

will

reso l u t i o n

be

and

E va l u a t io n

will

the

new be

mills

fo r

personal

based

on

conflict

i n tegra t i o n s . short

papers,

g r o u p projects, and c l a s s p a r t i c i p a t i o n ,

T h i s means we w i l l c l ea n , p a i n t , repair, a n d

amateur p h o tographer are v i r t u a l l y l i m i tless! shop

un ique of

c o n t r i b u t e i n a sma l l way t o r e l i e v i n g a few

s ho r t tou r of Paris and The L o u v r e .

and

a

some

m a n i fested in Tacoma's Hilltop area, and to

Martin

and

focus

t h e locus

up

Inte r i m t h e r e

academic The

d e v e l o p i ng

to

of

housing

n e s t l ed

t h e poss i b i l i t ies o f g r o u p s as resources for

R E Q U I R E M E N T F I L L E D:

The

p l a ys

This opportunity

of

is feet

s t u d ies, t h e learning c o m m u n i t y w i l l e x p l o r e

4 semester h o u rs S. Officer

to learn

Plans are t o visit S t r a t fo rd - o n - A vo n ,

e v e n i ng

unique

and personal i.ntegra t i o n .

PHED 301

some e v e nings w i l l be spent lear n i ng, b o t h

M u s e u m s t o be i nc l u ded o n the t o u r

Collec t ion.

a

c o m m u n i t y as

I N T E R I M ON T H E H I L L

problems

It

3 ,000

over

Cascades above Lake C h e l a n . is

where we will get a b i rd's e ye v iew o f the great

Church.

valley

e x pe r ience.

A i r p o r t , plans are to go d i rec t l y to W i ndsor

with

L u t h e ran

scenic

days.

its cha rming town.

K. Grieshaber & R. S t i vers

INSURANCE COVE R A G E : R e q u i red M A X I M U I E N RO L L M E

of the i n tr i g u i n g th ings to s e e , hea r , and do as

4 s e m e s t e r h o u rs

Then

there

is

Holden

in

January!

A n a v e rage n i n e t y i nches o f snow fo r the month,

the

rumble

of

distant

avalanc hes

( n o ne has e v e r come i n t o the v i l lage), cross c o u n t ry humor,

skiing, a

m us i c ,

c l os e - k n i t

i n g re d i e n t s

are

there

wors h i p ,

com m u n i t y for

a

-

good all

"once

in

l i fe t i m e" experience.

REQlJ I R E M E NT F I L L E D:

L n terim

RESTRICTIONS O R P R E REQUISITES: Tal l y cards r e q u i red G R A D I N G SYSTEM:

n , P , NC

COST I N A D DITION TO TUI TION: $535.00;

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Requi red 25

the a


ADDITI ONAL OFF CAMPUS COURSES R ENAISSANCE A RT HISTORY IN FLORENCE AND ROME

volcano in the world, has been active d u r i n g T h is

1 9 8 8 - 1 9 89.

creates

natural

a

laboratory to see some of the earth's most

A RT 3 1 0

spectacular volcanic events and

4 s mes ler hou rs R. Brown

Hawaii rises to over 1 3 ,000 feet, the hig hest

and an imals adapt and adj ust.

island in the Pac i f i c , presenting contrasts o f

The roots of our modern society can be

found

in

Renaissance. the

t he

c u l t u re

of

the

Italian

to

monu ments of t h e

experience

the

Renaissance

in

great

situ

in

the centers of Florence, Rome, a nd M Ua .

i t i nerary,

course

will

begi n n i n g

emphasis

will

Florence.

be

Day

on

follow

in

the

t r ips

a

Major

mon uments

from

the

will

of

the

course

of

Florence Pisa.

we

will

Toward travel

to

Rome to experience the maj o r works o f t he H i g h R e n a i ssance.

in

prepa rat i on

material

will

famili arize

students w i t h the c u l t u re, and a final paper w i l l be req u i red.

January 9 -

and

the

human

I I w i l l be spent on

history as

well as

the

nat u ral

history of the Islands, and Hanauma Beach State Park where a coral reef habitat w i l l be exami ned.

H o u s i n g for the major portion

o f the cou rse (January 1 2

-

February 2) will

be spent at various locations on t he island o f Hawaii. and

Trips will be taken to w i ndward

leeward

beaches

and

Students

to

r a i nfo rests '

& board M ENROLLMENT:

Snorkeling

will

be

daily

is

w r ite

an

and

i n d i v i d ua l

Hawaiian

There

an

be

expected

activ i t i es

some aspect o f will

gear

to are

paper on

Natural

H istory.

organizational

mee ting

to introduce Hawaiian Natural H istory.

20

R E QU I R EMENT F I L L E D:

RESTRICTIONS OR P R E R E Q

ISITES:

$ 1 ,300.00; I nc l u d s t ra n s p o rtation a n d room & IlOard SPECI A L R EQUm ' l',lE.l T: N o n refundable d e p os i t of $ 1 00.00 due by O c t ob e r 3 ] , 1989

H , P,

COST I N A DDITION TO T

The Hawaiian

animal

l i fe.

Islands are an active

The

islands,

the

most

isolated in the world, have native plants and a n i m a ls , 9 5% o f w h i c h occur nowhere else. Their evo l u t i on has

made

p l a n ts

in such

t he m

d is tu r ba nce

by

nd

isolated conditions

fragile

and

h u mans

an imals.

:

­

museum of geology and tropical island plant and

C (TlO

e

s u bject

and

R e q u i red

ROLL M L NT:

with

t he

O R G A N I Z ATIONAL MEETING, J a n u a r y 8 ,

to

terres trial

t oda y,

the

native

plants

and

an imals

have

many

species

increa s i n g l y

impacted;

marine

and

been are

competition

and

destroyed

h a b ita t .

C H .EM / E N G L 3 1 0 4 semester hours

the.

non-sci ence

geo logy

of

the

orien ted Islands

s t udent

and

the

to

t he

u n ique

N a t u r a l History of Hawaiian terrestrial and marine ecosystems, and how they have been impacted b y humans.

(2 1

days) w i l l be spent on the Island of Hawa i i . Hawaii, the youngest island o f the c h a i n still

growing.

K i lauea,

the

most

;

is

ac jve

Sydney,

through

Canberra, rural

areas

i nc l u d i n g a g l impse at the north ern outbac k . We

will

vis i t

several

w i l d l i fe

reserves,

scheme,

aborigina l

island.

We

national

the

Snowy

s i tes,

will

see

parks R iver

and

a

and wate r

tropical

ka ngaroos,

emus,

maybe even visit

a

saltwater crocodiles.

wide

ecosystems:

range the

of

We w i l l

A ustralia's

tropical

and

natural

subtropical

rai n forests in a thin rim alon g the coa st, the highland

tund ra,

the

vast

savannahs,

in land desert anc.l the coral reefs.

the

Along the

way we' l l also examine human im pacts: and

water

development shortage

of

rainstorms

pollution,

logging,

pressures.

There

s u m mer

sunshine

will

Accommodations

probably will

vary

will

be spent

with

Students particip ate

in

will

from

any

hotels to

Much of the

Austra l i a n guides,

be

ex pected

a l l scheduled

will keep a t r i p j o u r n a l .

in trOductory

be no

and

s pec tacular.

hostels to o u t back camping. hosts and companions.

will

be

air and

activit ies

to and

An exa mi n a t i n on

readings and

lectures

trip, and n

will

be

final exam

will be given ju st before we r e t u r n home. A n i n t roductory lecture o n the course and the PBS a t u re series on Australian w i l d l ife w i l l be scheduled in Dece mber. REQ

J R E tE NT FJ1.LI;:D:

I n t er i m

R ESTRlCTIONS OR PRER EQUISITES:

n, P, NC

$3,000.00' inclu des airfare, h ous iog , museums, one concert , & mOlil meals S PEC I A L REQu mEM NTS: 100 to reserve a place in class ( !loo - refu ndable after Octobe.r I , 1 9 8 9 , fi rst p a y me n t o f $1 0 00 ,00 required for t a l l y card, fiual paym ent due N o ¥ e lllber 20, 1 989, and no refunds af te r Dec mller 1 1 9 89 unless an a l terna te is found. CE COVERAG E:

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Req uired 32

Aust.ra l i a

has

4 semester hours t he

excite m e n t of a young It

resources

has

that

controversy

nation

mineral

are

emerging high

under

and and

has

fauna,

and

world's a

d i s t r i b ution o f Toss

t i m ber

technology i n d u stry,

the

its

in

its

pre c io us

heritage

and

flora

inequitable

most

an a

Australia

s t rangest

very

and

and

natural resource

of

rugge

d

settlers who came to "open" a c o n t inent and an a b o r i g i nal population who arrived many thousands

many

of

years

superficial

earlier

s i m i l a r i t ies

country.

9

and

to

J. Zy ls tra & R. Mulder

a new

develo p m e n t ,

population that is mainly urban. also

water.

The major portion of the course

to

as

EDUC 303

S. Tonn & C. Bergman

frontier. Th is cou rse is des igned to i n t roduce

well

human

The i t i nerary

INTERIM I N THE COUNTRY: A F I EL D EXP E R I E N C E IN RURAL E D U CATION

AUSTRALIA WALKABOUT

e x t i nc t and many more are in danger from o ercollecting,

ustralian

many

S - 1 08 , 8:00 a . m . - 4:00 p . Ol .

Pol nesians and c o n t i n u i n g t h rough Captain Cook

travel

as

INSURA

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to

introduced

Beginning

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the

CO T £N ADDITIO. TO TUITION:

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i n clude

G R A D [ N G SYSTEM:

I n terim

T a l l y cards requ ired G RA D I N G SYSTE M:

as

Tally cards requi red

NATURAL HISTO R Y OF HAWA II

4 semester hours

will

Ca irns,

trip

provide

prior to registration on January 8 ( a l l day)

Required

well

gi ven early i n the

in

required to

:

$1 ,500.00; Includes t T a ns·po rtation and room INSURANCE C O V E R AG E :

rainy.

Students

H, P, NC

to

on Hawaii at h igher elevations (50 degrees),

part icipate

A D DITION T O T U m O

need

rain g e a r a n d jacket s a s nights can b e cool sometimes

as

impacts to t h is envi ronment.

sleepi n g bags and personal items, along w i t h

also required.

I n t e ri m

TaJly cards required G R A D I N G SYSTEM:

will

environment

possums, koalas, platy puses, euca lyptus, and

the Island of Oa hu in Honolulu to visit the

RESTR ICTIONS O R PRER �QU 1SITES:

MAXI 1

water

The first day w i l l be spent in class at PL

and

R E Q U I R. E M E NT FILLED:

COST I

tropical

beaches to snow capped peaks.

be held daily

for each day's experiences.

read ing

warm

volcanic sites and other areas of in terest.

I nformal lectures will Required

from

Bishop Museum, which houses collections of

specific

Milan.

ex plore S iena, Orvieto, and end

habitat

This course w i l l allow students

opportunity

The

how plan ts

The Island of

Wh ile travel l i n g through the c o u n t r on "wa lkabo ut", we w i l l s t u d y the

there our

are

own

This course poten tial unique

teachers

is designed with

an

to

prov ide

int roduction

classro o m - related,

to

schoo l - related,

and socio - c u l t ural factors that ex i s t i n small schools in rural areas. such

t h ings

as

split

m u l tiple preparations

These may include grade

level

classes.

in d i fferent subjects,

l i m i ted resources and/or equ.ipment, c u l tu r a l and

professional

isolation

and

h ig h

c o m m u n i t y i n volvement i n the school. A special feature of the s t udent'S

full

immersion

this course is in

t he social,


cu l tu r a l ,

and

educational

to a school and

will

cooperat i n g

with

their s u b j e t

matter o r grade

l ive

ilh

s c h o o l d is t r i c t .

a

hey

in

and p a r t i c i p a te

by

spent

in

host

fam i l y

will

observe

the

c l asses

their

Weekly

a

sem i nars

reg u l a r

oppo r t u n i ties sharing

coope r a t i n g

One - h alf day each

visiting

school.

mu tu�1

in

d i fferent

will

for

and

provide

We w i l l read a b o u t

humankind

is

c o n s t ra ined

to

A b road.

these

And

we

will

probe

the

areas,

fa m i l ia r

t h ro u g h

need

prese n t Landform s, w h i c h

to

get

away,

whether

for

a

day,

a

wee k , a year, a n d what t h e y e x p e c t to have when

will

be

they

return.

s u p p l e m e n te d

the

mi llenia

have

vary i ng In all o f

processes

psychological reasons w h y men and women

operating

arrived

at

t he

are s t i l l c h a n g i n g

toda y .

The

with

T h i s c o u rse

s l ides

be

will

held

at

W h ite

and videos from t h e i n s t r u c t o r's recent year

Pass and will i n o l ve l e c t u res and l a b o ratory

of

e x ercises .

travel i ng

throughout

Asia,

Africa,

and

and

ideas,

The

l ec t u re

top ics

will

cover

r i ver, dese r t , glacier a n d s h o r e l i n e sys t e m s ,

E u rope,

d iscussing

g a t h e ring

of

degrees by t h e p rese n t landscape.

lectures

and s u pe r v is o r .

e x p e r i e n ces,

teacher

level c hoic e ,

Heat Moon, and o t hers.

t r v e l w r i t i n g w i t h t h e h e l p o f P a u l Fusse l l's

them,

upon be

a

accompl ished

teacher,

will

of

i nstructional a c t i v i t ie s as

agreed week

di mensions

Stude n ts w i l l be assigned

s m a l l rural t o w n .

A n d t h e n we w i l l do o u r o w n .

The

the

forms

of

the

land

that

these

erosional agents create as t h e y i n teract w i t h

° v a l u a t i o n i n the class

t h ird week o f t he i n te r i m w i l l be devoted to

d i ffe r e n t

w i l l be ba sed on a t t e n dance at the school to

your trave l i n g , singly or i n groups, as far or

rocks.

wh ich

field

near as you w o u l d l i k e to a desti n a t io n of

emp has ized

in

the

your o w n c h oosin g , dependi.ng o f c o u rs e o n

Readings will be ass i g n e d from a p p r o p r i a t e

on

an

your

books.

and

Support.

the

students

tr ips and se mi nur

at

are

seminars;

d iscussions;

assigned ,

on

p a r t i c i pa t i o n performance

obser va tio n/i n te r v i e w g u i d e i n c l uded i n t h e

t he

handbook; a n d practice

reflected

is

fa m i l y

School

of

c o m p l e ted

a

Il1

the

j ou r n a l .

respo n s i b i l i t y

Ed u cat io n application

student.

daily

assemble fo u r t h

again

And

at

week

then

the

to

we

will of

be g i n n ing

report

back

all

and

types

and

form

A pp l ic a t i o n

of

signed

by

Evaluation

our

forms,

will

a.od

e x a m i n a t io n s .

R EQ U I R E1>.fE

REST R I CTIO S '

the

Tal l y cards are req u i r e d .

rea d i n g

ass i g n men

,

a

journal

with

OR P R E R E Q

instructor.

tra i n i n g al W h i l e Pass.

to be p u b l ished i n a local newspaper.

G R A D I N G SYSTEM:

,

beg i n

nd

regist r a t i o n

by

compl e t e d

meet i ngs

and

N

November,

in

must

November

1 0, ·

be 1 989.

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is

l i m i ted

fo r m a l l y

been

d uc a t i o n

to

students

accepted

p rogram

into

lead i n g

a to

certi ficati o n to t e a c h , This

c o u rse

is

part

of

a

coopera t i v e p i l o t project i n v o l v i n g Lu theran U n iversity, A d n a Sc h o o l (Lewis

C o u nty),

and

t he

Supe r i n t e n d e n t o f Public

larger

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H, P, N

A D D ITION TO T

MA,' l M U M E N R O L L M E M E ET I N G TIME A N D P L

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RANCE COV E R AG E :

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THE SHAPE OF THE LAND

a p p rox i mat e l .

12

of

of

have

imposing

been

mountai n

tranqui l

�pread

of

thunder

the

clouds

over

t h r i l led ranges,

Blue

the

prairies.

L a n d fo r ms

express i o n

of

rocks

w i nd

and

t he

Badlands

are

by the the

R idge an

l i m itless

314

from h o u rs

ice,

North

c o u n t r y's

eros i o n . number

that

forces sculpt

A me r ic a

variety

many

and

geologic is

the

of

as

water,

adorned

landscapes

Re g io n a l l y, we c lassic

such

the form o f the

is

c o m b i na t ions

of

of

with

a

p roduced

geology

and

may d is t i n g u ish a

e n v i ro n m e n ts

r a n g i ng

from y o u t h f u l m o u n t a i n t e r ra i ns carved by C' mon:

wa nted

You've

ah ays

to get away from i t a l l .

s a id

you

glac iers

N o w you

systems

and

streams,

that

to

drain

i n terior

and

river

supply

c o n t i ne n t a l

credit for i t as well.

sout h w es t , and b e y o n d t o the coastal frin ges

the

heart lan d ,

to

deserts

of

the

f i g h t i n g t h e c o n t i n u al depreda t i on s o f wind Road

A g a i n"

w i ll

be

an

and waves.

to

is

I n each regio n , the s u b s i s t e n c e

and

rese a r c h - o r i e nte.d

6

days

and

The

resea rch .

orga n i ze

carry

exped i t i o n

duration.

goal

l i t e ra t ure .

We w i l l

setting

will

Gree ne . Bruce

Chat wi n, V.S.

Each p a r t i c i p a n t

w i l l d e s i g n h is/her

o w n i n d i v id u a l or g r o u p research project t o be

enacted

during

c o u rs e

of

will

be

derived

from a d i sc i p l i n e o f each studen t'S

i n te r e s t

expedition. and

must

Class t i m e planning sk i l ls ,

the

S u c h projects be

a p p roved

each day

and

in

will

the

e x ped i t ion

by

the

i n s t r u c tor.

be s p e n t

study

theory

of

in

trip

w i l d e r ness

a nd

h is t o r y ,

Physical t ra i ni n g will also be e m p hasized t o i n s u re

preparedness

E xp e r i enced

fo r

e x pe d i t i o n

the

jour n e y .

veterans

will

be

i n v i ted as occas i o n a l guest lecturers. Grad ing upon

will

participatio n ,

be the

based

primarily

subm ission

e x pe d i t i o n j o u r n a l , and a c o m p l e ted

of

Interim

req uIred

G SYSTEM:

A , B ,C , D , E

an

report

o f one's research project.

G R AD)

10

the

research d e s i g n , a n d assorted r e l e v a n t t o p ics.

Tal l y card

N a ipau l , Pa u l

Ther o u x , Er nest H e m i ngway, W i l l i am Least

be

and acad emica l l y for t h e i r decided g o a l s .

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G raham

of

Stud e n ts w i l l prepare p h y s i c a l l y , l o g i s t i c a l l y ,

REQU l R E ME NT F I L L ED:

b e g i n by rea d i n g some

th e cen tury's best travel writers:

Ollt

oCJtion.

i n ten i e study o f rea d i n g a n d w r i t i n g travel o

an

c o m b i ne

d e t e r m i n ed d u r i n g t h e f i r s t w e e k o r I n t e r i m .

the

c n enjoy t h e freedom o f t h e road - a nd get

"On

own

or

o b v i o us

geo morph ology

erosional

a nd

land.

will

i t i nerary,

us

fas c i n a t i n g exploration o f the i n terac tion of

"ON THE ROAD AGAIN " : READING A N D WRITING ABOUT TRAVEL 4 semester D. Seal

their

r e m o t e s w e e p of t he d e s e r t s o u t h west,

R eq u i red

IUM E N R O L L M E NT:

academ i c

4 se m es t e r hours 8. Lowes, D. foley

vis tas

& $ 2 5 . 00

Ex perie nce"

p hysical education and o u t d o o r s k i lls w h i l e p a r t i c i p a n ts

u n d e r p i n n ings;

ENGL

Expedition

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:

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S

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hou rs

D. Rya n "The

Most

A D D ITIO

for

4 semester

i n terdisc i p l i na r y course desig ned

A , B , C, D. E

TO T

CO T I

W h i te Pass

TIm e and exact lo c a t i o n t o be

pursuing

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The

r u ral e d u ca t io n .

Re qu i re d

for

p u rposes of t h e proje t are t o broaden and en r i c h teacher prepa r a t i o n , and to e n h ance

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am memb

Ski T

M E ETING TI M E A N D PLACE:

There will be

INS

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MAXI M U M EN RO LL MENT:

O R P R E R E Q U I ITES:

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expe r i e n c e .

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of

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i n s i ghtS

d u e !) y Sep t . 2 3 , 1 9 89; ba l a nce by Dec. I ,

the

'llc ht

w it h

student

sweater),

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the

Metro p o l i t an and

Museum o f Patholog ical Sp e c i m e ns Dept. of

Accom modations

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famous Black

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the

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THE SILENT WORLD: AN EXPERIENCE IN DEAF AWARENESS 302 <I Stmeliter hour J . DeSberlia

SIGN

This I n terim will be d i v ided i n to two areas of st u d y , American Sign Lang uage and the deaf cult u re. It is designed to introduce stud nts, particularly prospec tive teach rs, so c ia l workers, a nd nurses, to the wo r l d of the hea ring impaired.

Deaf p ople are no longer h i d i n g e h i n d closed doors, b u t a r e a u ! in the work force in greater num ber s. Because of t h is, it is essent ia l for students to understand the effectiveness and special abilities of t he deaf indi vid ual. Cl ass time w il l be allocated to de f awa reness which will include cu l tu ra l issu s, deaf educat ion, sociology and psycbology of the deaf. Afte r ga i ni n g some understanding in these a reas, s t u den ts w i l l be expected to put tog e the r a paper in which they will project themselves i n t a career field of their choice, and explain how they could work effecti ely witb deaf c l ients or co- workers. This allows students to put to use all aspe c ts of b ot h knowledge of deaf c u lture and beginning sign language skills. Each student will also be expected to keep a daily journal. Special a t te n tion will be given to gain a basic unders ta n ding and apprec i a tion of American Sig n l an guag e. A lso i nc luded will be the manu I alphabe t. A t the end of t h is I nterim s t udents should be a b le to carry on a basic conversation with a variety of deaf individuals. As s i g n i n g skills c o n t i n u e 10 improve, eac h s t u d e n t w i l l c hoose in di vid ua l signing projects for classroom p resenta t io n.

The beauty of the ocean shore w i l l be the setting f o r the l a s t t w o a n d a half weeks o f Interim. Stude n ts w i .ll spend their days and n ig h ts l iving and e x p e r i e n c i n g the silent world o f the deaf. Participants are encouraged to bring outdoor e q u i pment. For those n ights around the fireplace, do not forget to bring Pictionary. Try p l a y i ng t h a t in sign language! Students will have t he o p po r t u n i t y to put to use immediately what they have learned. There will be lots o f group i n teraction to keep s i g n i n g s k i l ls primed. These a c t i v ities will be d o n e through lectures, homework ass ignmen ts, group discussions, movies, and various l earning a c t i v i ties. Participation in and out of the c bssroom w i l l be a v i t a l aspect of t h is course. Prior to leav ing campus, students w il l meet January 9, 1 0 , and I I from 2:00 5:00 on Tuesday, Wednesda , and Thursday. These meeti ngs will prepare studen ts for the rest or the course. Students will be i n volved in lectures, lang uage b u i l d i ng , and various homework assignments. Stude nts will then ret urn to campus on February I and 2 for final wrap - u p . Students w i l l be at the Sandpiper Reso r t , January 1 5 - 3 1 .

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r E N T F I L L E D:

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THEME-RELATED ON CAMPUS COURSES

PROMOTING P EACE THROUGH TOUCH - AN I NTRODUCTION TO MASSAGE

Johanna whose

I semester hour 1 . Carpenter This

work

is

OF T R A N Q L n L l T Y , through touch.

designed

to

e x p lore

QUTET,

HARMONY

Touch c a n b r i n g about

from

Ragn h i l d u r

regulation,

regenerati o n .

The

m a i n focus o f t h e c o u rse is o n the use o f for

relaxat ion .

Participants

will

h a v e a n e x pe r i e n tial i n t roduction t o massage will

i nc l ude

the

purposes,

procedures,

p r i n c i ples, tec h n iques

for

regularly

Their

another

courses

shown will

and

p e trissage,

fric t i o n ,

a p p l ication

to

the

effects,

a t t i tudes

uses

of

and

effleurage,

and

tapotement,

with

back,

e x t re m i t ies,

head

c u l t u re ,

and

Surely,

one

fosters

world

to

peace

learn t h rough

i n te r na t io n a l cooperation.

and t h e ancient c u l t u re o f Iceland a l l exert i n f l uences

upon

Icelandic

art,

to I c e l a n d b y m e a n s o f i l l u s t rated lectures. The

work

of

some

artists

other

will

P

is o p e n

willing

RTICIPATE

to

to a n y s t udent

A TT E N D

IN

ERY

Students mu t provide a three

be

briefly

d iscussed.

AFTE R THE FI RST D A Y nds o n

C L A SS.

r i n g b inder

p ar t i cip at i on

in

the

be

preassigned section

for

preassigned m a j o r m u s c l e s i n

J. Bogadottir This

course

in

will

various

focus and

upon

m ixed

o f Ashley

p a p e r , e x p l o r i n g the e.x p ressive poss i b i l i t ies of large two- d imensional formats.

identifying one area of

During the first wee k , s t u d e n ts w i l l formats, and

w i l l begin selec t i n g materials

the course. Students

L i d e l l e t a l l , T h e Book

I R EM l: NT F I L L E D:

with

all

levels

of

art

I n teri m

levels

of

art

and

i n volve men t

class

T

HLL ED:

ln tc r l m

:

develo p m e n t ,

10

M EETl 'G T I IE AND P L ACE:

MULTI P L E V I EWS:

20 1 :0 0 - 4 : 0 0

4: 1 0 - 6:00

class

involvement

and

i m p rove m e n t .

p . m . , l\1- R , R - 3 1 7 REQ

D. Co. Thjs i s a

G R A DI 'G SYSTEM: COST IN A D D IT J O

I n terim

R. p. NC TO T U ITION:

$35.00

MAXIMUM ENROLLME

:

course

deal i n g

global

in

nature,

inCluding

the

topic

of

The c u l m i nation o f the c o u rse w i l l

b e the

production

o f a l i m i ted e d i t i o n o f

f i n e a r t p r i nts ( ' m u l t iples') i n e i t he r wood or l in o l e u m block p r i n t i n g. The course will present a survey o f issues

of

i n terest

along

solutions.

A

to

w it h portion

devoted

to

the

drawing

a b i l i t ies,

transferring

art ists

their o f the

t i me

strength e n i n g b uilding

ideas

to

throughout

u n i que of

v isual will

be

student

c o n fidence

in

t wo - d i mensional

surfaces i n a con v in c i n g fas h i o n (sketching).

20

M E ETII G TI�1E AND PLACE: p . m . , !\I - F, 1 - 1 28

s t udio art

w i t h contemporary issues both personal a n d

h istory

I E M E N T F L L LE D :

P EACE

A RTD 3 0 3 4 semester hours

Grades w i l l be based m a i n l y on s k i l l

H. P, NC

M ENROLL lEN

all

Grades will be based mainly o n s k i l l

"Peace."

experience - including n o n e - are welco m e .

of M a$sage G R A D T NG SY T E l:

with

development,

m a k e s ketches to be executed l a t e r i n large

bod y .

MA ' I M

Students

e ,x perience - i nc l ud i ng none - are welcome.

large media

i n which t h e y will work during the rest of

REQ

move o n to realizing them i n 3 - d imensional form.

M E ETl G T I M E A N D PLACE: p . m . , M - F, 1- 1 38

the bod y or maj o r b o n e s i n one a r e a of t h e

B l BL JOG R A P H Y:

and

concrete,

plaster. paper, fa bric, iron, wood, o r plastic.

!VI X I M U I E ROLLl'vIENT:

T h e Human Sign i ficance

respo n s i b l e

objects

mesh,

4 semester hours

o f , k i n o r Touch Therapy b y Helen Colton ,

2)

w i re

$35.00

(acry l i c , charcoal, pastels, oil p a i n t , etc . ) o n

Montague's book:

as

ARTD 300

first

Each student will I ) give a brief oral

and

"ready-made"

such

the from

G R A DI G SYSTEM: H P, NC COST IN A D DrTIO TO TlJ ITlON:

DRAWING I N MIXED MEDIA

drawings

a

and

materials

e x plore sculp ture

o f the course.

begins

class.

report o n

fo u n d

will

m a k i ng

i mp ro v e m e n t .

AND

for the syllabus and their o w n massage o i l

/-!

course of

REQU I R E M E

T h is course is

T h is poss i b L i l i t ies

contemporary

also

and abdomen.

that

R. Stefa nsdo tti r

both

courses will begin with a b r ief i n tro d u c t i o n

Icelandic

4 semes t er hours

Students w i l l b e g i n by sketching ideas, then

Because t h e landscape, t h e weather, strong

ARTD 3 0 t

offer

some t h i ng about that c u l t ure in the process.

dramatic c hanges i n t h e body - relaxation,

w h ic h

and

students the o p p o r t u n i t y to work w i t h artists

course

restorat i o n ,

is

i n ternationa l l y .

the achi v e m e n t o f P E A C E - THE STATE

massage

Bogad o t t i r

Stefansdo t t i r are v i s i t i ng a r t i s t s f r o m Iceland

A P HS 3 1 7

-

SCULPTURE I N M I X E D MEDIA

G UEST ARTISTS

1 : 0 0 - 4 :00

The

final

i n d i v id u a l

state

of

s t udents

topics will

i nteres t i n g

then

be

the

transferral o f t h e s e s k e t c h e s to the media o f p r i n t m a k i.ng

in

the

Relief

Printmaking

Process. Students k n owledge

of

s h o u ld the

gain

Block

a

Printing

working p rocess,

appreciate the h istory o f the rel ie f p r i n t and u nderstand

13

the

basics

of

s t rong

drawing,


Grades w i l l be dete rmined on t he basi� of

s t ud io work class involvement (effort), i m pro ve me n t . creativi ty. No previous an. and curiosit}' tire t h e

int re (

Enlhu.�iasm,

elCperi nce necessary .

k ys.

tAXI M U 1

nOOD, 1\1- R , 1- 1 24

from 9:00- 1 2 :00

sma l l-scJle

to

each

genetics Fi rm l y

n o u rish ing

become

a

roo led in

the sc ien ce of

general genetics , it has vastly elqlanded our Combined with the m ed ica l

and their i ncreas ingl

sophisticated

for d iagnosis, p rognos i s, and human genetics provides

treatment,

tre me n dous oppo rt u n i t ies (0 alleviate human

has

But its g ro wt h

also spawned

social, political. and legal problems that w i l l not

easily

sol ved .

be

This

wi l l

course

basic level some ef the current Ihe field or h uman genetics

exnmine at a topics

in

including trea tm e n t of inherited dise ase and

gene t herapy . d iscussi ng

More imponantly. we w i l l be thaI

i mpact

The

this

new

tech n ology will have on our socie ty. In add itio n t

biotechnology will

has on

problems

hu ma n

genetics,

and

eogin ering

has

Advances

in

ge n e t i c

engineering are bringing new variations of n:llurally occu ri n g species

laboratory and

to

for the fu ture.

our

IS

rese a rch

I n to the field for test i n g nnd

e tbicaJ app l ications of this wh at

the

h e course wlit focus on

the pl'os pects

I ife forms , and d

the

tec h no lo g y and

rel:llionship

In Particu lar, with

we have the righ t

o t her

to bl en d

their form to our p u rpose?

This class

w i l l include a m i n i m um o f

of se lec t ed popular science articles.

Writing

ass I gn m en ts wil l be u se d as pre par ll : io n

for

a s.hort tcrm paper, and a f in a l exam.

R EQU I R EMENT F I L LED:

I n teri m

SYS _�1: A,B.C,DtE I E ROL L MENT: 30 l E fT I NG TI I E A D PI.ACE: 9:00 G

IAX I M U

1 2:00 n o o n .

sel f- i mage

s uc h

In

p u n is hme n t .

and

a nd

the

ho. ve been

di�e3ses

the olher hand , at least !>ince

t he m o re posi t i v e

I - R , S- I 22

this

In

d iseases. lhe Black

course,

the

of

extent

we

will

influence

of

the

s t ud y

infectious

This incl udes the ways i n

... h ic h

mallpe · ,

IDS.

Death, mat:lria,

a nd other maladies shope both p o l i t ical and cultural aspects of l i fe . d iseases undersr

caused

od .

S i n ce the latler half

ce n t u ry the majority of

of the nineteen t h

by

M an y

bacteria

have

been

of

have

been

them

co ntrOl led ,

successful l y

S ign i fica n t

wo r ld.

cou n t r ies of

o ther

eradicated;

for eradic:l t ion . li bera t io n

Sma l l pox

d isease s are largeL�

viral

We

t h ...

have been has been

v i ral d i seases

ma nage d by vaccination .

the

in

particu lar l y

tec h nological l y de\leloped

ex am i ne rhe aUr:)

.... i l l

i.nduced

co n tro l

the

by

of

debil i tating inf ctious d iseases.

add i t ion,

In

achieved t he det iled

l i festy les of m this

ny

mi

Revolut io n , some have

fnment{Jtions

to

the

i m po rtant r e l i ed

I ndus t r ia l

manufactur i n g

on

m icro bi iJ l

scale .

G e ne tic

e n g i neerin.& g re a t l y exp. nds the

possibi l i ty

for ut

the

large

on

p r oduction

ma te ri a ls

ai'

i n clud ing,

vacc i nes , drugs, Co n versel y , p rod uc ts .

l i m i led

not

:lnd this

to,

tec h no l ogy may also provide the power for deliberate

destructl e

acts

Vhat

can

we

i magine w i l l be the poten t ia l i mpact of s uch tec hnology,?

Class

act i v i ties

\ ill

incl u de

m i n i m um of l ec t u re and w i l l emphasiz reading and di sc ussio n with t'ic!iona l as we l l as non- fictional mate rinls used Wi resO ur,;es. be used

and

quality

ac t ivi ties .

of

based

as approp ria te.

on

pn rt i ipati n

in

cia

d iscu. sion, and a

term p ap er w i l l be requ ired

than

14

s h or t

A t le nda nce at

85 pe rc e n t of the lass me ts w i l l be r q u i red fo r g rade i n the ourse. less

tbe class

W ri t i n g assig n me n ts w i l l be used

as resources ror no

q ua n t i t y

the

hou a

M E

RO

LM

C

NT:

-

4:00

G R INGOS I N C E NTRAL A M E RICA: THE ECONOMICS, POLITICS A N D ETHICS O F DOING B U S I N ESS WITH C E NTRAL A M E RI CANS BUSA 3 1 5 01 semester

s t he

pass ing

h ours

R. Kibbey "It's easy t o do b us i ness here because the government isn ' t so u p t ight abou t t h i n gs l ike Ihey tire in the state� (North A m e r ica n

in d ustr ial ist

in

Foreign

Ho n duras ).'

busi n ss has. w i t h l itrle exce p t i on , be n wei om e d (lnd act i vel y e nco u raged in Central since the d ays of A m e r ica i ndepe nde nce from t he Spa n ish. This is a region wher su bs ta n t i.al . p ropert y-o w ni ng me r ica ns can d rop in on the head ·orth f n 'a t iona l M i n istry w i t h ut t ho ugh t o f ma b. i ng an appo i n t ment.

A key reason for t n e enco u rage me n t of fore i g n busi ness is t h a t the a f fa i rs o f t he bave

region

bee n

ruled

by

a

I' l l

re m u n e rated

local e l i te w ho are very much aware of t h e cons i der a b le be nef i t o f foreign investment. Fo re ig n preseoce has l o ng bee n recogn ized and enco u raged as the source o f gond t h i ngs. U n i mpeded

eco nomy

bas,

in

access turn ,

[0

been

the

regionnl

agg ress i vel y

Th sta ({'d late the n i netee n -fi l't ies, has bee n that the po l i c y wrtS gea red to l m pro e the eco n o m ic nd ,nd social co n d i t io ns In the region spec i f i�al l y t o c u n t r i b U (l' t o " . . . t h e sltad y i m p r o ve men t of t h e welfa re of t h e peop le" . u ppened by t he

i n te n t i o n ,

U n i ted States .

s i n ce

partic ularly

The

i n ten t i o n

0 er.lll

enco u rage s t a b i l i .

was

to

and peace in the r('g io n

The pol icy

t h rough eco n o m ic deve lopme n t . based

on clear lheoret ical p os i t i o ns . These are P OS I t i o ns w h ich s ti l l , today, u n eeli U n i ted States p o l icy i n the a rea. Have th�y fa i l ed ? Is t h is the theory o n w h ich w e wa n t t o c o n t i n u e b u i l d i n g p o l icy� A I' t h e re viable. a l tern a t i ves to p r se n t

was

U n i t e d Slates po l icy�

fn addi tio n , fi l ms , lnboralo ry acti"'i t ies. an

guest speakers may E\'al uatio n w ilt be

I n te r l m

H , 1',

30 IEETING TIME A D PLA E: 1 :00 p .m .. T- • - 11lA 'I \I

the

the tec ltno lo g y o f ge ne t ie

Si nce

processes

h ave

of

I n p�r(,

led

has

developm e n t of the e ng i neerin g .

researche rs u nd e rs tand i n g rOMgan isms.

u n ders t:lll d i ng

Course evaluatio n w i l l be

based on particlp3tion in the class ac t iv i t i es ,

GRADI

sin

toward

agric ul tural

lecture, e mp h as izin g rend i ng and d j�cussion

class dis ussio n .

of

On

we

ad va nces

the

genet i c

thllt

bl'ought as a whole

marke tlng .

monality

effects of m ic rob ial 3ctiv i t y; ferme n ted fru i l and grain beverages, yeas I b reads of v Jrio u s sorts , and fermen ted dairy prod ucts.

of

d i rec t effect that

the

so me of

examine

devastn l i n g

col lect i ve

h a ve e njoyed

On ly i n the past severol decades has

s u ffe r i n g .

(>1'3,

EM:

to

lhe beg i n n i ng of record ed h i tory, h u mans

Zwelrel

techn iques

vith

time

l i n ke d .

4 �enlesler hours

sciences

s k i r m is he s

terr i to rial

h i g h degree o f disfIgu re men t. O r

atti tudes

BIOL 3 1 0

self kno w le d ge .

3S crucial n factor as :m .

warfare on a co n t i nenta l scale. In addition, so me m icrobia l d i seases have emerged from

connotn tions

H U MAN GENETICS A N D BIOETHICS

disci p l i ne.

infectious

other in the r SO l u tion of confl icts ranging

rates , n

human

been

d isease has

t ll ne

S.

R E QU ffi E MINT F I L L E D: G R A D I NG S Y

Th rougho ut h uman h is tory

20

'R O L L M E N T:

t EETING TIME A N D PLACE:

and I t\ �14?Il!nhor.; \\ orlr! of selected articles on b i o tl'ch n ology

Camus. Th e PI 3!!ue; Ge& t , nnd biological warCare

A. A l e xander

I RE M E NT

Zi nsser. R a ts. Licl' nnd

B I B LI OG RAPHY:

IIts tnQj Son bg , A I DS I-.Ii crobe ,

317

DlOL

" semester hours

FILLED: I n te rim GR DING SYSTEI\-I: H, P, C A D DJ ION TO TU InO COST I $20.00 I�EQ

I M PACT OF M I C R OBES: F R O M PLAGUES TO POSS I B I LITIES

\

ar

II

Wi th pri m e foc us on period,

h istory o f t h lhe r

Ie o f

t h e c o t Hse

and

orth

b

meri

an

The eco no m ics, po l i t ics and

cth ics o f d o i n g b us i n..�s in Centra l will

the

regi on i n tJrder to h i gh l i gh t

Eur pean

bUSIness there.

the post - W o r l d

w i l l s u rve

e x a m i n ed

w it h

the

d raw in g functional conc l us ions.

A me ri ca of

pu rpose


will

in

reasearch

be

c l ass

in

pa rt ici pate

topics .

ac co m p l i s h ed

e xpe� ted

to read. d i sc uss ions, and prese n tat ion based on

S tuden ts participate

will

E val uation

th ro u gh

class

natio nal id en t i t y - mobi l i ty l i m it a t io ns, 7 )

M A X IMU, I ENROLl M '

modelS for ne' societies.

M E ETl 'G

The

be

par t icipat i oo .

written reports

w ith

group

fo r mu l ating nalional

p o l icy

selected to p ics.

and presentat i o ns of researc h reS ll lts .

on

The obse r v a ti o ns

B I BL I O G RAPHY:

will

cou rse

co m b i ne

b ase d 11 the perso !l 3 l lhe instructor w i th t h e m O re r illoro us an:l l ys i s of the regio n p ro v ided by h isto rians, econ o m i IS and p o l i t ical sc ie n t is t s who h ave st ud ied it in rec e n t �lmr'S. Tne instructor has lived in Ce nt ral Amenca n od owne two business [ h e re . lie prese nt l y co u n tS h i msel f among those wbo ar do i n g serious a c a d e m ic s t u d ies of the regio n .

experi ence of

Fcnnom ic Po lin In Occupi ed I.ahla; Guo dar K i ng a n ti Benita JaundAlderis,

J.j"ing Standards hl th Baltic Renuhlic Under B rphne\; R o m u a ld J. M is i u nas and Rein Ta"geperll, The Bal tic State..: Years

EDUC 300 2 semester hoors

of Dependl!ntl'. 1 9 40 - 1 9 80

G. Mi nelli, A. Cogli zer, P. Sargeant

I R E I E T FlUED: I n t e r i m GRADING SYSTEM: H , P, N C 1 X I M 1\1 E ROLL�ffi : H

that happens b y c ha nc e b u t a habit that is

REQ

CE:

G n M E A N D PI.

r r: ITI

Procrastination is no t a pheno men o n

CHI

indi

fo

The

c o m ple l e :

of

this

the behavior ca n be It is rell by some au thors th t peop l e who procrosti na1e are perfecti o n ins ofte n w i thout realizing it. In n at te m p t to prove they are worthy. they strive to do the i mpossible, t h i n kin g they for

t c r hours

is

the

sta tes .

The � i ng in g rev ol ut io ns i n Estonia,

Latvia,

Li th uartia

and

fo rc i n g

a

re -exam i natio n

relationships of t ltese co u m r ies Sovie t Union and other neighbo rs .

na t i o n a l

of

reasse rl i o n

gain i n g

are

populaT support.

un precedented

value

They

9re

of

lhe

wilh

lhe

Here Ihe

systems

poets, ec o i ogiscs, and g u a rd ians

by

of n ati o n al

l a n guage is one o f the Its earl iest writte n reco r d s. p Ictographic inscriptions on oracle bones and to no ' e she l l. , d, Ie from mo re than 3 , 000 years ago . It is also one o r the world's mnjor I ::m g uag es . A t leas t one of five people in the wor ld now spe:lks Chin se . this course st u de n ts wi I learn to

In

u nderstand

and

speak

pUIQnghull,

Mandarin, in e veryd ay situations. wi l l al so learn to

for a ma ss i ve p o licy change

No

previous

plans

induslri I

for

Siudents

knowledge

200 cham lers. of

Chi nese

is

expected

d e ve lop m e n l , preserv a t ion of 10 al eco l ogy , languages for doing b usin ess, local,

i nterregional , and i n terna tion al trade, forms of b u s i ness and ot he r orga n iza t ions. The very future of lhe Baltic natrOns is ch:mgrng

or

re ad si nl p l e Chinese tex ts

to write ap p r o xi mate l

So v i e t

p roble m

no

rea l izing

their

However, discou raged by the deman ds of the tasks, t hey then retreat by pro rasli n ating Theory wi ll revolve around discussi o ns of fears (such ll$ fai l u re , success, separation, i ndependence , the u n k n o \\ n J . power, contro l , reve nge, decision-making, se l f -conc ept and I he

lind

arfecting

have

gO J ls .

cu l t u res provide rhe i n t e l lec tu a l leaders h i p. Th ere a re calls

procraSt Inat Ion ,

should

ol dest I:tnguages in the world.

co urse

to

R egardless of the reasons

tas k.

sel f - defea ti ng.

The Ch inese

us

:lot attempti ng

c a n p r ov ide excuses for

nUSA 3 1 7

peace fu l e V Q l u tion of freedoms in the Bal t i c

from what mny be un p leasan t in

1\ can help one tolerate s o m e uncomfortable and fr igh t e nlog feeling� or i t

W. All. 4 semester bours

\ duJ l s

the i r l i ves.

30J

4 sem

Proc rast i nat i o n can pro tec t

all too hu ma.n .

8:00 -

A - 22 1

INTENSIVE CHINESE: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE C H I N E S E LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

G. King & assisted by D. Farmer

20

PEACE WITH SELF: U N DE RST ANDING P ROCRASTI NATION AND P E R F ECTIONIS M

Gundar J . K i ng ,

1 2:00 nOOn, 1\1\ F

THE BALTIC STATES: THE POWER OF PEACEFUL POLICIES

T:

D P L AC E: 9:00 -

A

1 2:00 ooo n , M-F, A-2098

concludes

cou rse

I I

Th � co u rse co n ten t w i l l be si m i lar to

thtlt of Chi nese 10 I , m

illS

I t poss i bl e for

i n t ere s ted students to cont i n ue w i t h Ch i nese

1 02 in sp ri ng se mester .

the cham reristic role of

Curriculum w i l l i ncl ude the de fi n itI on or per fec t io o isDl

fam ily.

following;

versus pu rsuit of e:o:cellcn d isc r i m i nation in setting realiSlic slmd ard s a n d goals; at and d i sadvantages advantages perfec tionis m ; itien t i fication of are!l5 of 3e l ! i!y in which pe rfec t i o nis m or p rocmSlin31ion occur; deve lop m ent of 3 cog n i t ive p rocess that enables one to moderate responses; pe rfec tionistic develDpment of skills tbnl faci litate performance, sel f -esteem and e fec t i vc t i me •

manage me n t .

from day 1 0 day .

Besides The course

be gi ns with a review

of

com m u n i cation

learni ng s k il ls

in

basic

C hi n ese,

� t ude n ts

book and

participating

recen t Ba lt ic hislOry, i ncl ud i n g rhe years of

will be inrrod uced to se ve ra l aspects

11, Soviet do m i n at i on tmder Sta l in and his successo r , the re - e me r ge n e a national cultures, and the policy is ue ' faced by t he Baltic nat ion s in the I 80s. It is fo l lo wed b y a study of I) s pec i f ic p o l ic y issues and fonn u l:lt io ns:

C hi nese cu l tu re, such as the ar ts. food, and pbilosophy. Cultural acti v it ies will inc l u de

exam,

learning Ch i nese fo l kso n gs , re iting c inss ica l

class attendance

independence,

balance

War

Wor ld

i nde pen de n c e ,

of

a u t o n o m y,

and

de pe n d e n e ,n a co m mand system in t he sp h ere of political re la t io ns h i ps, 2) the roles of

t he

Co m mun ist

o r gan izmi o n s,

parties.

pop ular

indep nd ence

of

c h oice

activities

and

real m of person:ll be l iefs ec o no mi c domina ted

rel ationsh i ps

by

po te n t i a l

of precnn l i t i o M de mogmph ic

in

cent ral ized

eco n o mic to

balance

in

the

nd e xpressio n , 5 ) an

e co n O m v

m i nis t r ies;

preparing

Ch. i nes e people.

preservation

C h inese

food,

o ne tr i p of authen tic

We w i l l al so make

t o Seattle Ch ina t o w n for a taste

Ch inese cu isine .

Students w i l l basis

of

reg u lar

be

eval u a ted

q u i z:l.es,

tests .

on

the daily

anend;lnce and per fo rmance.

B I B L IOG RA PHY:

Prll<:'lical C h l n�.�e

I: Ch inese Ch aracle1' Exercisp nook for Practical Cblnp�e Rp3 11er, B oo k I REQU I R M E NT F I L L E D: L o lerim G R DrNG STEM: A. B,C,D,E COST I ADDITION TO TUITIO Reader, Book

$1 0.00 for c u l t u ral activit ies

l i l1 e rn l i:z.a l i o n

i mp rovements,

and

th�

poems,

see ing s l ides and films about C h i n a a nd the.

fro nt

m o v eme n ts,

I n rer fro n t act i vis ts, a n d Ihe inst i tut io n s of cent ral So v ie t govern m ent anel local and states organi mt i ons, 3) eco l og and t radit io na l a l u es na l iona l cln i ms on na t iona l asse ts, 4 ) ind i v idual and group freedoms

Ch i nese

of t he

6) of

15

in c l u de comp leti ng

Assignme n ts w i l l

se lf-surveys, work i ng t h rQugh E val u� t ion

will

qu iues,

be

in

th ro ug h

proj�cLS,

rhe required

class a

d iscuss ion . take - home

assignments

and

J. Burka & L . M. Yuen , Procra . l i n!l!ioo: A. Coryn-ScllJy, B I B L IOG RA P HY:

l'ro('ra'tjllator'� SUCCI.' S Kil

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THE SEA R C H FOR PEACE I N GO�'S S I LENCE: FILMS OF INGMAR BERGMAN

THE M YTH O F NAPOLEON

E LE M E NTARY G E R MA N

FRE

G E R M 300

4

07 4 semesler hours P. Ben lon

3J6

se ester h o u rs

4

"We l l , Prince, s o Genoa and L u c c a now just fam i l y e s t a t es of the remarks B uonapartes," the R ussian E m p ress's maid o f honor to a v i s i t o r a t t he be g i n n i ng o f Tols toy's War and Peace. J u s t as he be s t r ides Western l i t eratu r e ' s most mo n u m en t a l novel, so t he fi g u r e of Napoleon Bo naparte has for almost two c e n t u r ies m a i ntained a grip on the E u ropean i m ag i na t i o n . The a i m of t h is cou rse w i l l be to explore some of the factors t h a t acc o u n t f o r the fascination t h e m y t h of apoleon has e xe r ted u pon every generation that has fo l l owed h i m . I n particular, we sha l l adopt p h i loso p h ic a l , l i tera r y , h istorical and perspe c t i ve s to a na l yze t h is p h e n o me n o n .

arc Sinc�

Ihe

1 9 50's,

Swed ish

wri ter­

d irector lngmar Bergman has been a major in

presen c

i n te rn a t i o n a l

c i ne m a .

l ie

is

k no wn b o t h fo r his radical artlstry and for

t he

tto u b l i n g

dep t h of hi

re l ig io u s c o nc e r n s . earth i ness ,

the

psychoLog ical and

His

pain

films ce lebrate our laughter,

and

h u nge rs

and joyS of o u r being c re a t u res of fles h . B u t t he y also w o r k l i k e c i n e m a t i c poems, open ing u p w h a t ' S beneath and around us: d re a m a n d m e mory , love ancl dea t h , and e v e r y w here th e equ ivocal pressure o f God 's s i le nce . The e are challenging films, e mo t i o n a l l y and intellectually. This is not a movie c o urse fo r fu n . I t ' s for s tude n ts reac.y to l ea rn a b o u t the d i ff i c u l ties o f f i n d i n g per s o n a l and re l i g i o us peace, a n d about a k i nd o f a r t - f i l m Ho l l ywoo d d oes n ' t ma k e. Ber g ma n films, c g i n n i ng w ith h is d e l ig h t f u l l y r o m a n t i c c o m e d y . Smi les o f a Summer � We'li e n j o - and be p uzz l ed b t h ree "Go t h i c " f i lms: The Seven t h Sea l , a s, m b o l ic tale of a K n i g h t ' s quest for God i n the m idst o f the Plague; V i rgin Spri ng, We' l l

conce rn ing

at

medie

study

c lassic

ei gh t

pagan ism

and

Ch r ist ian i ty

Scand i navia ; a n d T h e

blac k comedy about fai th , reason ,

c reated

i l l us ions

art is ts .

by

in

M agic ian , a and

the

fa mous

A

trilogy of films about God's s i lence is set in t he

modern

T h rough

world:

G la ss

h e mo ing S t o r y o f a love- h u n gry

Dnrk l v , oung

d r ift

woman's

h a l l u c i n a t i o ns;

W i n ter

d ram a

somber

of

into

L igh t ,

religious

the

do u bt i n g

a

cold

and

L u theran

P h i losophy. Do the great c o n t ro l even ts o r a r e t h e y mastered b y t h e m ? S h o u l d w o r l d - historical i nd i v i d u als be h e l d to d i ffe rent e t h ic a l standards t han the rest o f us? To w ha t ex te n t can w e e l i m i nate myth i n s t udy i n g h is tory? The fi g u r e o f apoleon offers m a t t e r for d i sc us s i n g t he s e and other p h i loso p h i c a l Q uesti ons of pere n n ia l i n terest . A p ri mar y focus o f t h e

L i te ra t u re . cou rse

will

apoleon.

be Some

l ite rary

upon

great

images

of

writers conceived o f

themsel ves a s c o m pe t i tors o f Napoleon a n d o t he rs w e Yet

o b essed w i t h h is s i g n ificance.

N' poleon

d isdained

the

a rts ,

l i terary

of an i n n oce n t b o y a nd two troub led

wo m !'n i n a n alien city w here no one speaks their

\

language.

Berg ma n's St rawhe rr ies , .

re born

in

whic h

t t he edge pain f u l l y

peace w h i l e

Classes

e'll

enduringly

will

of

c o n c l ude

with

popular

Wild

old

Dr.

dea t h ,

Borg

is

d i s co ve ri n g

r e l i v i n g h i s pas t . include

lectures,

discuss ion, and v i e w i ng the f i l m s , w i t h s m a l l g rou p se ss io n s to wor k o u t personal reac t io n s . We'll c o ns ide r b o t h Bergman's t hemes and his c i n e m a t o g ra p h y - i m ages , camera w o r k , m o n tage, a n d s o o n . S t ude n ts will read t h e s c r ee n p lays a n d se l ect ed materials on Bergm a n , keep a d a i l y j o u r n a l , be p repared f o r q u i zzes and a f i n a l e xam , and write a 5 - page pap e r . St ude n t s m a j o r i ng in Sc a n d i na v i a n A rea Studies may l is e

t h is

as a

cross - d i s c i p l i nary o r e l ec t i ve

c o u r'se if t h e y w r i t e a 1 0 - 1 5 page paper, incl u d i n g l i brary researc h .

e ffec t i ve s t rategies to c o m m u n icate w i t h

O n e o f the most for peace is t h e a b i l i t y other

peoples.

view

In

globa l

of

t he

i n ter­

co mm u n i t y ,

the need for e ffec ti ve c o m m u n ication has neve.r been g re a te r t h a n i t is t o d a y . S tud e n ts w ho wo u ld l i ke to e x pand their linguistic h o r izons are i n v i ted to par t i c i p a t e i n a c o n c en t ra ted e x p e rience in Germa n . No relatedness

of

the

p r e v i o u s k no w l edge of a fo reign language is

req u i red. G e r m a n is the language of some 100 m i l l i o n speakers i n Germa n y (East and Wes t ) , A u s t r i a and parts o f S w i tze rland. The c l a s s w i l l m e e t fo u r h o u rs per da y , and we w i l l l e a r n t he e q u i va l e n t o f a n e n t i re semester's wor k , so t ha t students can continue i n t o t h e second semes t e r o f the elementary c o u rse i n the s p ri n g . A g rea t a d v a n t a g e i n a co nce n t ra t ed format of t h is n a t u re is that it prov ides for "total the

i m mersion"

in

the

language

w i thout

usual demands o f a d d i t i o nal work i n

o ther areas. e n a b le

T h e i ns t ru c t i o n is orga n i zed t o

students

to

words

learn

n u m be r

of

and

ordinary

conversation

we

well

a

l i m i ted

structures. rarely

(In

use

over

W h i le the main emphasis is on

800 words!)

t h e acq u i s i t i o n o f t h e spoken language, the related s k i l l s also be

of

rea d i n g

developed.

and

writing

will

Contem p ora ry c u l t ural

materials o f the German-speaking c o u n tries will

also

be

given

considerable

atten t i o n .

p rac t ice

preferring to patronize pai n t i n g , s c u l p t u re ,

A d d i t io n a l

and the art of p u b l ic m o n u m e n t s .

m a n i p u la t i o n o f th e lang uage s t r u c t u res can

d iscuss

Napoleon's

We s h a l l

repres e n t a t i o ns

of

as l i terature's repres e n t a t io n s of Napoleon a n d o f the power o f t he Na poleon i lege n d . l i te r a t u re

as

well

m i n ister and his l o ver; a n d T he S i le n c e , t he stor

semes ter b o u rs

R, Swenson

M. Jemen

ENGL

Historv.

T h e French Revo l u t i o n establ i s h i n g a Golden A ge a n d u n l e ash e d wars of u n p recedented e x t e n t; apoleon dom i n ated E u rope m il itar i l y b u t his m o s t l a s t i n g legacies a r e t h e i n s t i t u t ions h e established for c i v i l society. The relation o f these paradoxes w i l l be studied b y e n m i n i ng Napoleon's rel a t i o n to the R evol u t i o n and to the general E u ropean order, as we l l as the ways the m y t h of Napoleon has been e x p l o i ted in the phenomenon o f Bonapartism, now a general term for m i l i tary d ictatorsh i p . Students w ill read a s h or t acc o u n t o f Napoleon's career and do brief research to get a grasp o f t h e s ize o f t h e Napoleon.ic b i b l i ography. a i med

at

All

read ing w i ll b e i n E nglish; no o f F re nc h is required. S t u d e n t s w i l l write a p a p e r , e i t he r co m p a r i n g two or m o re l i terary representations o f Napol e o n , or u s i n g t h e e x a m p l e of apo leo n to address one o f the h is to r ical o r p h i lo s o p h ical issues ra ised in our discussions. I n a d d i t i o n , two k n o w le d ge

book reviews a n d a final e xa m i na tion will provide the basis for e v a l u a t i o n .

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in use

the of

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Evaluation

pa r t ici pa t io n ,

and o r a l ) , laboratory ma ter ia ls .

R EQU I R E MEl\'1' F I L L E D: G R A DI N G SY T E M; M AX I M U M

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The part

PBS

series,

History." basis

H J T 303

peace

s p i r i t or

and

run more contrary to

understanding

between

peoples

than the Holocaust of the World W a r I I era. This

c o u rse

themes:

will

i n v estigate

the

fol l o w i n g

the develop m e n t of m o d e r n a n t i ­

sem i t i s m , i t s relationshi p to fasc ism , t h e rise. of

H i t ler,

the

d i ctatorship,

s t r u c t ure

the

of

evolution

the

n a t u re

of

Nazi

of

the

perpetrators,

the

reac tion of the o u tside world, and t he post­ war

attempt

to

deal

through

the

with

an

u n paralleled

trad i t i o nal

j ud i c i a l

procedu res. The format of the c o u rse w i l l be a m i x t u re

of

Students

will b e evaluated

the ir

lecture,

completion

ass i g n m en t ;

discussion,

of

two

and

f i l ms .

on t h e basis o f of

t h e fol lo w i n g

I ) a n a l y t i c a l r e v i e w o f Claude

Landsmann's

Shoah;

5-8

2)

page

research

pa per, 3 ) analytical book reviews of a pair

" V ietnam:

t heir

A

Television

participation

in

class

two w r i tten assign m e n ts:

analytic a l

book

review

of

a

exam.

10- 1 2

R E Q U I R E M ENT F T L L E D:

GRADt

or Ihe Eu ropean

Destruction

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Darkness; Filip M u el l e r , Eye w i t ness

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1 : 00 - 3:30

Why

rela t i v e l y

did

c o n s t i t u t i onal develop i n

movements

some colonies

in

Africa,

w h i le

armed l i beration movements were necessary in others?

This w i l l be one of the p r i m a r y

questi ons f o r wh ich we w i l l attem pt t o find answers i n t h is co urse. The

cou rse

the

poli t i cal

s t r uggles

aim

to

nations

m o v e ments

and

brought

several

that

p rov ide

their

independence

l i beration A frican

from

c o l o n ia l

T o a c h i e ve t h a t u nderstanding w e w i l l

n a t i o n a l is m ,

as

backgrounds,

n a t u re

well

as

and

organizations

the

goals

p o l i t ical of

i n volved

various in

the In

African self - g o ve r n m e n t .

addition,

the

s t udents

with

c o u rse some

cond i t ions

aims of

to

the

which

There

The

acq u a i n t

social

and

fostered

will

also

those

be

some

from

class

that they can

in

A merican

U n i ted

States

society

many

t h a t res u l ted

i n volve m e n t

in

the

It w i l l also place t he Vietnam

V ie t n a m War.

discussions. brief

global

peace

and

after math of World War w i l l d iscuss warfare,

di plom�tic, aspects

of

i n c lude: and

stab i l i t y

II.

m il i t a r y strategy

our

main

focus

p o l i t ical, the

war.

A l t h ough and

will

social,

in

be

and

Specific

V i e t namese

the we

guerrilla on

the

c u l tural

topics

the origins of the conflict,

So uth

pol i t ics,

will orth the

experience of A m erican soldiers, the n a t u re of the

will

consist

of lectures

Students

will

be

antiwar m o v e m e n t and the counter­

fully participate

in

the class

Each s t u d e n t w i l l s u b m i t two

( 5 - 7 pages) written ass i g n m e n t s .

ad d i t i o n ,

there

will

be

an

will

be

eval uated

In

i n - c lass

final

examination.

\Var within the c o n t e x t of A merica's search fo r

course

d iscussions.

expected to do the readings as assigned so

T h is c o u rse w i l l e ,x a m i n e the

great

po wer that

c o u rse

will

deal

with

the

This

Period's

will be the

I taly

Students content

and

papers,

the

participation

quali t y final

of

examination,

GRADL G SYSTEM: MAXIMUM

their

on

the

two

short

�nd

their

in class discuss ions.

R E Q U I R E M ENT F I L L E D:

MEETI

war

and

peace

themes

will

be

i nc l uded:

humanists wrote ext ensively about pea e and launched

peace

mov e m e n ts ,

by

war,

the

modern

appea red , Italy

and , observing

the

necess i t y

of

Ihat, arms

A mong considered

the

will

interpretation

additional

be:

to

the

topics

Jacob

to

Re n aissance ,

church­

s t a t e confl icts, the emergence o f he resy, emergence of the modern

be

B u rckh ard t's

state,

the

h u m a n is m .

the w a r s i n I t a l y , p o l i t i c a l theory (especia l l y MaChiave l l i ) , the f i n e arts, a n d t h e northern

will

and

c h a n ges

of

slowly spread i n t o the rest of Europe.

peaceful,

for i n dependence

these movements.

earp

movement

to and

and force i n h u man affairs.

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an Italian c u l tural

Machia ve l l i st ressed

S . R u bert

a t t e m p t to e v a l u ate the historical legacies of

E.

I t was also

was ravaged

4 semester hours

THE VI ETNAM WAR A N D A M E R ICAN SOCIETY

bours

Eurapean worlds.

approtimat Iy

practice of di plomacy first

HlST 3 1 0

movements.

se mes te r

from

trans i t ional n a t u re as w e l l as its c u l t u ra l and

AFRI CAN I N DEP END EN C E A N D L I B E RATION MOV E M E NTS

eco n o m ic

4

stretched

p r imary focus of the course and a variety of

struggles for

1 0 :00

of t r a n s i t i o n Ih a t separated

intellectual achievements.

p o l itical

50

T h e Renaissance w a s the l i vely a n d volat ile peri od

i n t e l lectual

25

r e v i e w t h e rise and development o f A frican

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P. Nordq ui s t

1 600.

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the medieval and modern

students with an h i s torical unders t a n d i n g of

B L B L IOG R APHY:

TH E R EN AISSANCE

Jeffrey

page research paper.

4) f i n a l

of selected b o o ks to be named later;

M

a

Jewish

e xpe r ience and response of the v ic t i m s , the

c r i me

include

Ge n nan

policy, the mechan ics of the Final Solution, Ihe

will

Race, War Comes to Long An and a

Few e v e n ts in h is t o r y have shoc ked human

of

short

Browning

the

format

Students will be eval uated on the

d i s c uss i o n and

4 semester hours

C.

course

m i x t u re of l e c t u re , di scussion, and the ten­

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17

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Renaissance

(espec i a l l y

Eras m us ) .

There

w i l l be two e x a ms and two relatively b r ief papers.

Class t i m e will be d i v ided betwe n

lectures and discuss i o n .

B I B LIOGRAPHY: Civil ization

or

I he

J. Bu.rcltnardt, Th e R enalmnc e in Ttah� L.

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MATHEMATICAL STRAT EGIES FOR FINANCIA L P EACE

Evaluation

MATH 3 1 3 " semester hours �1. Ilerrog

Do you face fe a r o f c o n fus io n when ca m , negotiate, i n ves t , o r m a n a g e

you

money?

d iscount,

bo n ds o r insur nee?

completed 2 have

years of h i g h answered

financ ial

i n c reasing

a n n u i t i es ,

chool m a t h ?

yes

h

in

i n vested

the

to

the

to

yo u r

u n d e rs t a nd i n g

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l ife

by the

of

paper

P re v ious

m us ic a l

the ca l c u la t o r a ids in s ol v i n g p ro b le ms. two qu izzes w i l l le t the to i n terpre t a f i n a n c i a l a s s i g n m e nts w i l l be made

and graded.

of

and

fi n a l

a

is

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t he

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d iu l y s i

I N N E R P EACE: W ITH A SONG I N MY H EART

,

Sf 31 S

role

and

c r i t i ca l

of

a

c l a s s room

setting.

The

s t udents will be made aware o f the s t r u c ture

researchers

and

of

Issues related to the expan.ded nurse,

the

such

as

participation

Class exploring

topic

9.

of

cost

liability,

REQUIREME

understanding

of

the

h u m a n voice s t ud e n ts w i l l become aware of beau t i fu l

and

achieve.

ca n

pap e r to

of evaluation for t h is course.

G R A DiNG SYSTEM:

pote n t i a l l y

a

related

They w i l l

i n ct i v i d u a l lesso n s . better

and

choice

p ro fess i o na l n u r s i n g p r a c t i c e is the m e t hod

learn t o s i n g t h r o u g h c lass p a r t i c ipa t i o n a n d

they

re nal

and overseas prac t i t i o ners,

w i l l be d i. scussed.

T h is co urse i s designed fo r t h e v o c a l

the

the

co n ta i n m e n t a n d t h i r d - p a r ty r e i m b u r s e m e n t

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and

Through

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b u r n , f l i g ht, m i l i rnry

nursing,

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explored.

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of

anesthetists.

in

their

roles

lecture, d is c ussion, guest speakers and field

9:00 -

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beg i n n e r

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necessary.

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Dai l y

based

pa pe rs

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s u m ma r y

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problem.

be

above

n u m bers and formulas b e h i n d the financial

and c o m p u t e r a s Two c;.;a m s Dnd s t uden t's a b i l i t y

in

will

cl a s s d i s c ussion, t h e effort

ve an opportunity to

peace

your

stocks,

Have you s u cc es s fu l l y

questions, then you bring

statements,

effe c t i v e i nterest rates,

taxes,

pa r t ic i p at i o n

d i ff i c u l t ies

f i n a ncial

compound interest.

you

have

you

Do

u ndersta n d i n g bank

papers p e r we e k , w h i c h t h e y w i l l defend i n

class d is c u s s i o n .

G TThtE A N D PLACE:

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p.m.

harmonious

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result

is

s a t i s faction and i n ne r peace.

THE C H I M ES O F FREEDOM: MUSIC O F SOCIAL CONSCIOUSNESS

Videotapes

of

the

human

vocal

production, a s well as excursions to m u s i c a l

performances e n hance

M U S T 306

will

the

be

s tu d e n t's

used

to

fu r t h e r

knowledge

of

the

vocal instrument.

Throu g h i ts

the e m o t i o n s and

u n ique a b i l i t y to arouse to

make

powerful

T h is c o u rse w i l l focus on a n u mb e r the

wo rks o f classical c e n tu r

1 8 th

to

"message"

explore their

m us ic , from , and

the as

add i tional s o m e co n c e r ts .

for t ic kets to

B m L I OG R A P A Y:

purposes

of

respo n s i b i l i ties Q u a l i ficat i o n.s soc i e t y ,

p o p u lar,

and

of

the

or

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are p l an n e d .

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peri natal

for

an

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arranged

h o u rs per practice

week

centers

Students will develop c l i n ical

in

objectives

issues.

( A nt e n a tal ,

Neonatal)

everal

to

tec h no l o g y ,

s p e c i a l i za t i o n ,

the oppo r t u n i t y to selec t

c l i n ica l m e n t o rs h i p

include

of

care,

of

area o f i n terest

De li .... ery,

V i s i ts

e x p lo re fiel d

p ractice

and

have

Students will

a c l i n i cal

the

nursing

coLlaboration

A d d i t io n a l da i l y

a

Students

will

j ournal a

and

co urse

be

c l i nical

e va lu a te d

with

t he i r

requ i re m e n t s c l i n ica l

of

case on

study.

cl i n ica l

performance objectives a n d t h e case s t u d y .

B I BLIOG R A PHY:

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Ladewig, M lerna I Whaley & Wong,

, nd C h i l d r

the

&

'"wborn NIl"ill!!,

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th

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designed h aye

cou rse Is ro l u I

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be ass igned s o m e o u t s ide l is ten i ng and w r i te

of

soc ial

will

in

Areas to be e x plo red i n c l u d e n e w in

p.m.

p l a y i n g today.

i m p l i c a t i o ns of t h e music.

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the

m us ic , classical

This

M E ETI NG

an a rt ist t o speak to o r for

what

C

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A lo n g

m u s ic,

e x p e nse

Si ngi ng

LO t h e society o f the

a rt

of

a

B a s i cs of

J. Sc h m i d l ,

wa y we wiU d iscuss broader iss ues s u c h

the

on

c l i n ical

There w i l l be an

con t e mpo ra r

time and t h e i r rele ance to u s today.

pa pe r

cons t i t ute t h e r i n a l g ra de .

and

with o r without t h e help o f words, m us ic has had a strong i m pa c t on Weste r n Soc i e t y . Man y o f us a r e fa m i l ia r w i t h the way po p u l a r music has bee n used to convey so c i a l messages. espe c i a l l y i n the last t w e n t ' - five ye a rs , but the p h e n o m e n o n o f the m u s i c ia n a c t i n g as a c o m me n ta to r , s o c i a l c r i t i c , or p ro p h e t is n o t n e w , nor d o es it a pp e a r {"xc i u s i v e l y in " p o p u l a r " m usic. M usic i n s p i r e d by " S trategies for Pe. ceo has bee n a recurring theme in c la ss ic a l music for 0 er 200 years.

a

C. Iboseo & P. Page

related subject a n d a s o n g pres e n t a t i o n w i l l

l as t i ng state. m e n t s

o f specific

pa r t i c i pa t i o n ,

Class

N U R S 306 " semester hours

4 semI.' ter hou rs D. Boffman

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" t h o u g h t"

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physical,

4)

personal

eme s tc r

journal of

activit ies

and

l e i s u re and

examine

the

final

paper

summarizing

Evaluation s of

will

be

based

ass i g n m e n ts

with

on

the

r e ference

of

t he

origin

word is one of the keys to learn ing

and

concep t s .

of

each

understand i n g ,

remembering

ideas

and

�1 AXThI 1\1

NT:

help ing

those

in

the

hea l t h

care

d e r i va tives, a b b r e v i a t ions a n d t h e fo r m a t i o n related

terms.

P r i n c i ples

of

medical

word b u i l d i n g w i l l be a p p l ied to anatomical, p h ysio logical

and

pharmacological

Correct p r o n u nc i a t i o n e mp h a s i s .

This

o f te rms

30

cou rse

would

underst an d i n g ,

pro n u n c i a t i on

of

S t u d e n t s ta k i n g advanced

in

and

application

hea l t h

care

t h i s course

their

be an

i ncorporate

9: 0 0 -

ME.ETING TIME A N D PLACE:

ability

to

1 2 : 0 0 n o o n , M - R, 0- 1 03

and

some

helping

p r o fessi o n

dealing

be

evaluated

on

the

bas i s o f t h ree weekly exams and a f i n a l . a dd i t i o n ,

s t u dents

presentation

will

i n v o l v ing

have

the

an

In oral

a p p l ic a t i o n

of

medical term i n ology.

hung

over

1 94 5 , the

n uclear

world

weaponry

like

the

has

proverbial

i n w h ic h people and n a t i o n s contemp late t h e Gove r n m e n t s

DING

war,

but

s t rive

to

per m i t .

Existing

n u clear

powers

develop

sc e n a r i os , strategies, and c o n t ingency p lans based o n

the

use

usually

of such

denying

wea p o n s , even

the

ra t i o n a l i t y

of

I n a l l o f t h is , the a t t i t udes o f

d i s regard.

I n terim

to nuclear war, from i ts strateg ic sce n a r i os to its a n t icipated chara c ter i st ics a n d effects. We w i l l also t r y to assess t h e i mpact o f the

no o D , TR, R - 106

conce p t

of

m i litary

nuclear

war

relat ionsh ips

on

and

politics behavior,

and on

p o p u l a r c u l t u re ( p r i m a r i l y b o o k s and f i l m ) , and

W O R K A N D LEISURE IN PEACEFUL COEXISTENCE

4

emc

c o n t r i b utions,

ter h o u rs

The major obj e c t i ve of this cours e is and

l e i s ure

s i g n i ficance

that

in

our

quality

l i ves

leisure

and

t he

a c t i v i t ies

have in a h e a l t h y and p roduct ive l i fe . I n the

on

will a

be

R EQUL R E M E ' T F I L L E D : G R ADING SYST EM:

activities

of

p r io r i ties, The will

work, and

money,

be

e x a m i ned

to

p e rs o n a l

sa tisfa c t i o n , and

human

l i fe,

of as

1 2: 0 0 n O O l l ,

I- F, A-2 1 0

I)

soc i a l ,

2 ) e m o t i onal,

class,

t h ese

sources, of

we'lI

lawyers

Was h i n g t o n

visit

and

ask

atto rneys

completion

a t tend

to

of

Po l i t ical

all

class

meetings,

week

in

assigned

ca m p us observations. prepare

or

approved

oral

book

off­

A n d t h i r d , you must

7 - 1 0 page essay w h ic h

a

and

Seco nd,

a m i n i m u m of 2 - 3 h o urs

you m ust spend per

draws

upon the rea d i n g s , discuss ions, a u d i o - v is u a l presentations,

and

observa t io n s .

I

shall

prepare a legal p r o b l e m o r " h y po t h e t ical" to assist

you

in

c o m p let i ng

this

essay

assign ment w h i ch w i l l be d ue the final day of

Interim.

These.

t h ree components

will

co n t r i b u te e q u a l l y t o y o u r semester grade. B l B L rOG R A P H Y :

nor

S. La ndsm an , R e a d ! ng�

St at e

Assoc i a t i o n , Ru les o f "'rofc�� i o n a l

Co n d u c t; Packet of ph o tocopi es; library resene rea d i n gs i n d u d i n g s el e c ti o n s (rom hakespeare, Twa i n , Me l v ille,

Trave r,

C h ri s t i e

Tu r o w ,

Gardner, and other

English a n d American clas.� l ca l a n d c o o te m p orary w r i ters

REQ

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PROSPECTS FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE IN AN AGE OF SCIENCE

ler hours

This

c o u rse iS5ues

will of

explore. peace

and

some their

rel a t i o n s h i p t o econ o m i c and e n v i ro n mental

a

3)

from

conte m porary justice.

C r i t ical e c o n o m ic analysis reve a l s a

c o n t i n u i n g c r is i s of economic inj ust i c e .

work will be e x a m i ned in 6 d i m e n s i o n s of -

media.

participate in our cl ass d iscuss i o n s .

the

prod uct i v i t y , as

print

l. G ross

l e i sure

L e is u re

of

and

R E L I 305

enrichment,

happi ness.

each

4 seme

m e t h o d of balanc i n g the stra in of o b l i gated w el l -be i n g

class

I n te r i m

M EE T I N G T I M E A N D P L A C :

and

to

the

perception

�IEETTNG T I M E A N D P l ACE:

MAX I M U M ENROllM E NT:

t h e "workahol ic\'

i m portance

c Cl n t r i b u tions rece p t i v i t y ,

or

on

11, P, NC

m a t e r i al i s m p r o d u c e d a s e n s e o f frustra t i o n , syndrome.

planetary

graded

w r i t te n

1 9 80's t h e emergence o f the

ideology

m is p laced

of

review, and o n one e x a m .

to e n c o u rage us t o exam i n e t h e balance o f

" y u ppie"

perce p t i o n s

Students

G . Chase

work

on

deve l o p m e n t , prosperity and s u r v i v a l .

P H E D 304

the

e x p lo r e

we'll

on A d . e r..a r i n l .I u stice; Was h i n g t on

T h is course will exam i n e app roaches

A,B,C,D,E

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1 2:00

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attain n u c lear power status as t h e i r reso urces

2nd ed.

R EQ U I R E MENT FI LL E D:

GR

of

the

condemn

p u b l ics and o fficials range f r o m fa t a l i s m to

A Sl'5te ms

W e d d i n g , Medical Te rm i no l ogy:

Appro ach;

I.E.

all

First, you must read t h e ass i g n m e n t s before

Si nce

their use.

&:

visual

Did

"kill

Science 306 requires from y o u three :\c t i ons.

W. U . Spencer

while

B . A . G ylY5

B l D L I OG R A P I I Y:

the

Successful

future. will

class p u b l ic's

prac t ic i ng

POll 3 0 3 4 semeSlcr h o u rs

poss i b i l i t y Students

t h i. s

to

v is i t w i t b us.

war, i n ternat i o n a l rel a t i o ns, a n d the m a n n e r

any

in

want

c o n t e mporary s et t i n gs

K n o l ledge o b tained from t h i s course c a n be to

In

perception

WORLD WAR III: EXPLORATIONS INTO THE UNTHINKABLE

Sword o f Damocles , a l te r i n g t h e nature o f

w ith heal th care.

re a l ly

D o "real"

Law"?

Then, in order t o compare o u r develop ing

p r o n o u nc e med ical terms and a b b r e v i a t i o ns . appl ied

"L.A.

A n g l o - A m e r ican lawyers

become

id e n t i fy

watch

l a w yers"?

terminolo g y .

would

p u b l i c 's

Or i s o u r supposed c o m m o n h u m a n

Shakespeare

topics.

will

the

Do l a w y e rs share a m o ral code with the rest of us?

lawyers

field

wo r ds, the.ir

d e m o n s t rated

codes o f professional conduct?

T h i s prov ides a sound basis f o r

beco me fam i l iar w i t h important

have

dependence on a n d fasc in a t i o n with lawyers.

a n d the i n s t i t u t i o n a l i ze d e t h ics embod ied i n

In te rim

I I , P , NC

ENROLLM

H i s t o r ica l l y , portrayals of lawyers i n English a n d A m e r ican f i l m , telev i s i o n , a n d

m o r a l i t y subj u gated t o t h e adversary system

hours I R E �I ENT FI L L E D:

D w ye r - S h i c k

l i terature

s u p p o r t and o n t h e final paper.

K no wledge

POLl 3 0 6 " semester h o u rs

and

rela ted resources will be req u i red.

R EQ

LAWYERS IN F I LM. TV. AND lITE RATURl:

S.

G RA D I NG SYSTEM:

the

6)

an a l y zi ng t h e person CiI journal u s i n g course­

S. Aikin

of

and

leis ure l i fe s t y l e .

c o m p letion 2

mental,

i n te rr e l a t i o ns h i ps of an i n tegrated work and

WORDS OF PEACE: MEDICAL TER MINOLOGY FOR HEALTH P ROFESSIONALS RS 3 1 5

5)

Each s t u d e n t w i l l be required

to keep a work

A

N

spiritual,

i n te l l e c t u a l .

current

19

insights

of

modern

The

scien ti ric


research conf ront us w i t h p re s si n g ecol ogi ca l issues.

The

c o u rse

st ru gg l e

for

world

will

also

peace

i n terpret j u s tice

and

t he as a

mandate of the J ud e a - C h r i s t i a n Gospe l a n d hu man e t h ical respo n s i b i l i t y .

It w i l l d iscern

the road blocks to peace and j u s t i ce

which

h:lve their roots in the t r ad i t io nal separation mo de r n

bet we e n

and

Christian

A t tention w i l l be paid t o th

t h eology. of

science

h w na n

res ponsi b i l i t y

r el a t i o n

in

gene tics

peace

for

and

ro le

e th ica l

to

justice.

The

First we w i l l l o o k at a 20th c e n t u ry example of gross e v i l , the J e w i s h H o l o c a us t of Wo rl d War L I . Th ro ug h f i l m s a n d t h e eyes o f a survivor, Elie Wi ese l , we s h al l t r y t o p e rce i v e the d e p t hs of m ora l e v i l and h u man c r l! Ity. A rea d i n g of the book o f Job a n d two modern i n t erpreters, A rc h ib a ld

Mac L e i s h and G u s tavo G u t j e r rez, w i l l raise the ques t ion o f " i n n o c e n t" s u fferi n g a n d the

j ust ice o f

God.

sh a l l

We

exa m i ne

the

The

c ou rse

l e c t u res ( A frica, i n s tructor,

f i l ms,

ava i la b l e .

wiil

E u r ope, and

S t u dents

i nc l u de i i l u s trated A us t ra l i a ) by t he spea k e rs

o u tside

select

will

as

Peop le

a

Grou p and develop a s tr at e g y for m is s i o n in relation

it.

to

T h is

de pe n d i ng upon

w ri tten

fac to rs .

ttme

report,

m a y also

be

an o ra l class prese ntation w i t h v i s u a l aids as A f i n a l e xa m i n a t i o n w i l l al s o be

ava i l a b l e . g iven.

pe rs pecti ves of t h e C h r i s t ian f a i t h o n these p rob le ms throug h

New Tes ta men t read ings. classical ide' s of sin and e v i l ( i n such fig ures as A u g ostine, Lre nae u s , L uthe r). and

B I B L I OG RAP HY:

the

Christ i a n Encvcl ope di a , The Bible, M i ssi on

by

modern

I n lcrnal10nal Association for

e x pl or i n g the poss i bi l i t ies of a new vision for pea c and j ust ice for the fu t u re of the wo rl d based u p o n the d i a log u e be t w ee n the

th o u g h t

instru c to r will be ass isted by

four l ect urers

who are ex perts in t h e i r fi eld . c o urse

The

Jud e a - C h ristian fro m

t he

will

fa i t h

conc l ude

and

p i c t u re

contemporary

i ns i gh ts

scientific

world

M ol t m a n n ,

(e.g.

and

theo logy

C h ris ti a n

Jewish

K us h n e r ) .

The

latter w i l l in c l u de t heodocies or t h e a t t e mp t to

r e l a t io nsh ip

the

expla i n

t he

between

ru n n i ng

will

j o urnal

be

to

asked

t h ro u g ho u t

keep

of

anal ysis

disc uss i o ns

i n forma t i o n on

co n c l u s i o n

0

the

and basis.

da i ly

a

in nd

class

At

the

course students w i l l be

the

asked to s um m a r i z e their journal

concise

a

co u rs e

the

w h i c h t h e y wi ll record t h e i r responses

work i n t o

essay i n which t h e y w il l respond

to the dual i nq u i ry of the

.

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Wo me n rrom t h e T h i rd Worlrl. and articles

ad.

c o u rs e and

one

in t he world today in regard to peace and j us t ic e "

B.

Ch u rc h

today

ponse responsible

What

;s

hap pe ni n g

wo rld

in

the

to its t he olo gic a l

re ga rd

in

c i t izen

and

p resen ta t io n

on

e am,

one

issues

of

t hese

students

shared

with

se nS i t i v i t y

the

to

c lass

o wn

of

o ur

h u man

and

ew

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THE FUTURE OF CREATION

T. Peters

Apo crvpha ( recommended); G. G u t i e rrez, T h i s c o u rse pursues " p eace o n ea rt h "

E n eou n te ring E ,·i l; A. M�cLejsh, .I . B .:

t h e e ar t h a n d t h e cosmos a s God's crea t i o n

and

j u s t i ce

w i t h a n e y e to

handouts

R EQU I R El\1:ENT FILLED:

be required

to attend

G SY T"EM: M

MAXThI

readings,

and

and a creatio n - h o n o r i n g spi r it ua l i ty .

H, P, NC

NROLL r E NT:

i ts i m p l ications f o r n a t u r a l

s c i e n c e , e n v i r o n m e n t a l e t h ics, n u c l e a r w a r ,

In le-rlm 20

The f u t u .rists

of

1 960s and t h e 1 9 70s sou n d e d the alarm: projected t ren ds in pop u l a ti o n growth, n a t u ral resource de p l e t i o n , and pollution are le a d i n g planet earth toward a n

2: 0 0 - 4:30 p . m . ,

the

en v iro n me n tali s t s of the

j ust; e a n d

the Ch u rc h's m iss ion .

.

G. Kaufman, Thenlogy

' udear Age; R. DawkJns, Th e Se l f i s h

G e n e : Presbyleri an 1:co- justice Task Force,

Keepi ng and Hea l i ng the Creal i o n REQU I R E �n:J T FU, L E D:

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America

in

and

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selected resou rce c e n t e rs (such as the World

e v i l is the o b s t r u c tion a n d fr ustr a t io n of lhal wel l - b e i n g . A l t h o u g h th i s course w i l l n o t ob ious l y deal with st rate g ies for peace, we s h a l l focus on o n e a s pe c t of t h e

Cou nc i l

Bibl i cal

s t ud y ,

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critical

issues

related

miss i o n

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surely

the

e xperie n e of e v i l and h u m a n suffering and the con seq u e nt q u e s t i o n s it

the

as

poor

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increased host i l i t ies between r i c h and

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the

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C h r is ti a n

u n de rs ta n di ng

the place of the h u m an

the

of peae .

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race in i t .

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iss ues in the area a n d try

m a n y unresol ved

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pract ical

i n to

con t a c t

with

p a re n ts

frequency

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and

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state

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parents

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people

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parent i n vo l v e m e n t .

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peaceful s o l u t ions possible.

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lhe k i nd o f peace t h e U.S. g o v e r n m e n t has been at temp t i n g to i m pose on t h e c o u n t r i es

the

of

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educational

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new

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a

in stained

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p ro b le ms

tec h n i q ues

will

in

a

enable

variety s r ud en ts

acqu i r e gl9.sswork i n o s k i l l as well as development of des ign c o ncepts. The

projects

wil!

to the

leaded ,

i n c lude

k i l n - f i red

3 - d i mensional,

of

and

snnd blasted glass tec h n iques. St uden ts ore e n co u ra g ed 10 develop and use i ma g i nat ion and individual rea t i e e ' press i on in s ol v i n g the va rious p r o blems pr sco ted . No p r i o r a n experience necessa r y .

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ex i�ts in the nature of do mest i c l ife .

peo p l e

to

block of

have

I n the

i ncrease

will include t h e

ag ing ,

psychological,

functioning

period of unusual g r o w t h

4 semester

p oss i b le

s pi r itual w i l l b e ex a m i ne d .

is

youth

:lnd

se g m e n t

po i n t

soc iety.

our

c o u rse

on at h o m e - - provide a pri mary reference how

glass

s u rvey i ng

m ater i a ls .

past few years g lass has been ex pe rie nc in g a

The s t u d y

emphasize and u n d erstand ourse lves and

'orld around u .

Tde n t i f i c � t i o n

of

the

s . mbois

a l le go r ic al , p r i vate. s e n s o r i a l . figurative - provides a v e n ues o f approach to WOrks of a n ideologi cal n a t u re . Such com m u nication goes beyond ! fIe v i s ua l . be yond the o b j e c t , a n d i n t o the r e a l m or m ys ti c is m , rel i g i o n and s u p rs t i t i o n . P r imary attention wil l b e g i v e n t o t h e o r i g i n a n d evo l uti o n o f i m a ges , s ym b o ls, costumes. r i t ual s , and o th e r aspects o f the Christian c u l t u ra . A lso i n c l uded will be a d i sc u s s i o n o f pe rso n a l s y m b o l i s m and an i n t ro d u c t i o n

-

g ra ph ic,

and/or

to " k i ts h " or t h e fa lse image. The

course for m a t ,

partic u l a r l y i n the

22

of s y m b o l s (designat o r s ) i s

t he search for m e a n i ng - a w a y to ide n t i fy ,

d iscuss ion

culturally rele v a n t defi n i t io n of h o u s e h o l d ?

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E. Schwldder, D, Erlander

c u rrent m y t hs, tre n d s , l ifestyles, and h e a l t h

semester hours

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house ho ld

in

vitality

The focus on aging

l i v i ng

co u rse

a

is

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wo r k i n g tec h n iques and

Y. Yumibe

predicted l i fe expe ctanc y�

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L . Rhoade

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f.

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ARTD 3 1 5 4 se mes ter hours

REQUIREMENT F I L L E.D:

GE RONTOLOGY: A STUDY OF AGING - - NOW AND INTO THE 2 1 ST CENTURY

I n terim

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2:00 - 5:00

S TA I N E D GLASS

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and a rese arc h pr oj e c t .

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R EQU I R E M E

accessible to s t u d e n ts, a n d a final semester

las s

bas ed

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a p p l ied

incl ude

be

p art ic i pat i o n , two tests and

why?

kibbutzim.

ho us i n g ,

does

d i f erent

h o u s hal

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such

class

l ec tu res, study.

field

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in t he

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w il l

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will

and

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be

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n u m be r o f resid e n ts"

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and

questions

d o h o use ho l ds change with

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understanding human and

of

do m u l t i p l e marit�1 r e i3 t io ns hi p s

D. U uelsbeck

their

the core

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4 semester hours

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specific

d i s c us s ion

movies,

c o n s idered i n c l u de : W b a t p r i nci pa l s dec i d e w h o l i ves w i t h w h o m ? H o w mn n -v ge nera t io ns can l i v e w e l i toget her . a n d w h u ! are the r u les decid i n g t h is'! [s a married couple

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and move m e n t . E m p h asis w i l l be on grOLTp part Ici pati on . One exercise w i l l b t h e reenac t ment of the monastic day. th horar i u m . Th i s w i l l he o n d u c ted t h rough two 24 - ho u r periods ( 1\·t onday, J a n u a r y 1 5 , 6:00 p .m . t h ro u gh Wed n esda y , J a n uary 1 7. 6:30 p . m . ) . Al l st udents a re expected to partici pate. A ny w ho wou ld not be able to de d icat e t h is t i m e 10 t h e exerc i se, or do not wish

to

part i c i p a te

for

reaso ns,

re l i g ious

not register for this co u rs e . Week l y s u m ma f l ;tlDg. and a n Jl l yz i n g e\.:lborBt i.n g o n t he mate ri a l p re e n ted , ill be

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of Cs n c er;

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will do a n

P H YI G.W. Ferg u s o n , � and Symh(ll� I n Chri st i a n Art; A. G rabsr, Icon ography; C.

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B.F.A. Art

History

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t A X I t U M E N ROL L M E NT: M E ETI

G TI M E AND PLACE:

1 0: 0 0 -

You are

t :l O d ing in the l i v i n g room

of a. u n i t in a new apartment c o m p l e x two

blocks from c a m p u s .

The m a n a g e r o f the

complex h s j us t handed

·o u , and a ked you

to si gn , a t h ree- page rental ag r ee men t fo r m .

s ho u ld

What

you

do?

Should

you

s i gn

Does your l a n d lord h a ve

weeks

yo u

ago

y o u have a chance t o use i t .

bought

a

Your d i ning

room wall was scorc hed , the rug b u r n t and h u ge chunks a t ' p l as te r fell from the c e i l i n g

B IOl. 3 1 2

bills a n d medical charges to pay.

D. Kerk C neer

is not a n e w p he n o me no n, by

an y mea ns . The ancient Egy p t i an wrote abo u t i t , a nd Inca skeletons s h o w i t s marks. Yet it is i n our m od ern society that t h is has

affliction

imp act .

M. nl

come

have

ro

i ts

greatest

w h o has .

he d i a g n osis

ge ne ra tes a degree of r ar, frustra t i o n . and pe s i rn i s rn

about

one's

f u ture

matched

by

few o t h e r d i seases.

What

warr ant ies

and

S h o u ld y o u and

j ust

i m p l i ed guarantees

is

Who

and

specific

are

b i n d ing?

forget "bo t h e ri n g" t h e store

m3nu fac t u re r

in

order

damages , a n d se t t le o n l y

to

with

recu v e r

your

home

i n s uran e po l i cy'! These two s i tuations are e x a m p les o f decis i ons

consu mers

m us t

face

eve ry

day.

They help us u n derstand Ihe broader issues

in

our

process.

legal

Th is

c o u rse

will

address consumer issues a s well a s i n troduce

are l i v i ng i n an e x i t i n g periud discovery and progress in cancer W

rese reh.

l i a ble .

fa m i l ies h ave e xp e r i e n c ed i t ,

or k n o w someune

of

A s a resu lt you h a e home repa i r

onto you.

hours

you

to Our l e g a l

r wor k i n g s of the ca n

yet

terrible

loll

in

er c e l l .

h u man

And

s u ffe ring

systems.

Each s tuden t

We are beg i n n j n g to u nderstand

the i n n

hort

research

projects

and

w il l

class

be assigned The

d is c u s s i o n s

basis of student e v a l u a t ions.

c h O Ices , and behaviors '?

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.

R E Q U r R E MENT FILl. E D:

\\' i l l

two

research be

the

I n terim

R E STRfCTlOJ S OR P R E R EQUlSfTES: Cou rse restricted to non - busi ness m aj o rs

Th i s i n t r oducto r y cOllrse w i l l p ro v i d e

s t ude n ts with a broad o v e r v i e w o f cancer b i ol o gy Re n t c u n t r i b u t ions of v a r i o u s io tec h no logi es to an u n d er s t a nd i n g of disease mec ha n i s m , a n d rational th e rape u tic .

design, w i l l be e m p hasized.

G R A D l 'G SYSTE I\I:

H, 1', NC

�tAXJ t U M 'E NR O L L l E NT:

and

praCTices,

tbe

The h is tO r i cal

of ca nce r, c l i n i ca l i m pac t of cancer on

be exa m i n e d .

Co urs e act i v i t ies w i l l i nclude lecture, d i scussi o n . and s e ve rn l aud iov i s u a l

tud nt term

w ill be

pa p r. short

partic ipat io n

valuated on th

24

M E E TT N G TI ME A N D PLACE: - 1 :00 p . m . . MTW, A - 2 I S

developme nt of conce p ts soc ielY w i l l

is

to

o f managers

s u p e r v isors in

m o t i ves

to both

have

on

comparing

by

p r o f it - or i e n ted

eg m e n ts. basis of ,

writ i ng a s s i g n m e n ts , and

in discussion.

23

is

rnea n i ng

manager's

a

b u s i ness

u n i versal

depends

in t e r p retat ion .

The

what

9:00 a.m.

each

Interim

course

has

doing.

The periodical b i b liograp h y foc use s

focus

on

subject

upon managers

are

on s e v e r a l rn anagemeni t y pes or a p p r o a c h es :

collegial,

compet i t i v e ,

fo rmalist i c , s i ! u � t ional, a n d

m a n a g e m e n t b y objectives.

A special e m p hasis will be p l aced o n managers a n d firs t - l i n e s u perv isors.

top

D i verse orga n i z a t i o n s , will

b u s i ness.

both be

in

usee!

g o v e rn m e n t to

provide

co m pa r iso ns. A t I h e f i rs t class m e e t i n g a h o u r b r ie f i ng b y the

s t u d e n ts

to

t h ree­

i n structor w i l l i n i t i a te

some

of

the

practicing

philoso p h ies o f m a n age m e n t , a s well as t he

reaso n i n g be h i n d the i r use. fr o m

represe n t a t i v e

s c h e d u led

from

Guest speakers

org a n i zations

9:00

to

1 2 :00

will

p.m.

be

daily.

Tn ese w i l l b e i n terspersed w i t h f i e l d visits to

organ ization5

t o u rs . g en e ra l

fur o n - s i t e

briefi ngs

and

Selec ted students will be assigned to areas

for

research

and

also

to

question speakers in specific areas.

STudents w i l l p repare w r i t te n reports h i g h l i g h t i n g p a r t i c u l a r m a n a g e m e n t aspects. R EQ u m EMR IT FiLLED: G R ADf

G SYSTEM:

1 .,V I i\l U M E

I n te ri m

H, P, N C

R O L L fl. I E

:

50

IE[T I N G TIME A N D PL AC'E:

proj e c t s .

e xt ra c te d Arc w e w i n n i n g the " w a r o n can cer" ? A rl:. w e t h reatened b y unco ntro l l a b le e n v i ro n mental hazards. o r is our primary danger our own a t t i t u des,

co n t i n ues to be

the

Finall y ,

Y o u p l ug i t i n ,

m i n i e x p losion occur s .

a

profit

of

and

widget at a local c o n v e n ience stOre.

and

the

orga n i z a t i o n s

S h o u l d y o u seek

What o b l i g a t ions a nd r i g h ts do you

T h ree

-I semester

course

ad m i n i s t rators

m e thods

and

oe ponsi b i l it ies?

COMING TO G R I P S W ITH CANCER

firs t - l i n e

lOP

I\'!anagement

D. MacDonald

have a s a tena n t �

1 2 :30 p.m., M-F, 1 - 1 1 6

or

m a n agerial

sem es te r hours

4

ad v ice?

30

this

w i t h n o n - p ro f i t gove r n m e n t .

w i t h o u t reading the fo rm?

A, B, C, D, 'E

from

i m pa c t

the

LAW A N D THE CONSUMER

and

fum.!tI!!.; C . Santayana, Se nse o r Bl'au h '; J .W. Dixo n , Nnlure and Grace in Art

of

business and go ve rn ment, a n d 10 d e t e r m i n e

B U S A 303

B I B L IOG R

work

pres j d e n t s

,

appropriate term p roj c t .

p urp ose

a na l y z e t h e d i ffe r i n g m e thuds

S h ould

reports

DUSA 3 0 5

4 emesler h o u rs W. Crooks

p, NC

H,

R O U , � t ENT:

M AX T M U l\ t E 1 2 :30 p . m . ,

I n te rim

D:

G SYSTEM:

MANAGERS AT WORK

In

1 2:00 n o o n , J\J - R , A - 2 1 3

9:00 -


The cl a ss is d i v ided i n to four major time manage m e n t tec h n i ques and p h i l osop h y , s tre ss ma nagement and the p r ve mi on o f b u r n o u t , w a k i n g u p t he m i n d fo r greater c rea t i v i t y , getting to k now y o u r b ra i n .

P ERSONAL F I NANCIAL MANAG E M E NT BU

a reas:

A 308

4 semester hours Starr

career management tools you ente r

Over the last several years we have be co m e acu te l y awa re of the fac t t h a t pe.rs o n a l fi na nc i a l sec u r i ty is an el usiv e goal, and once ac h ie ve d , a temporary condi tio n . Ho wever, effici n t use of one's p rese o t reso urces and carerul p l a n n i n g for t h e future c a n h e l p to cushion the economic i m pact of u nc m plo m e n t , i l l ness, and old age. The prl mary objec t i ve of t h i s course i s to p ro v id e the s t uden t w i t h the wo r k ing knowledge of various a sp ec ts o f perso n a l f inancia l manage m e n t . Top ics w i l l incl ude budget-keeping, u s e and m is use o f cree L t , insura nce , i nvestments, taxes and estate planning. The co u rs e will also provide an fun d a menta l economic to in tro d u c t io n concepts a n d terminology .

Students w i l l be eval uated on class pani ipatioll nnd o n p r e p ar a t i o n of va rious exercises and a personal financial plan. T R Hi ENT F r L L E D:

G RA D I

G SYSTEM:

M AX I MUM E M E ETI

ROLLME

G T I M F. A

I n terim

H, P,

T:

'C

24

'0 PLACE: 6:0 0 -

1 0;00 p . m . , M T R , A - 2 1 9

As

t h is "Age of under p ressu re . Every m i n ute must be made to cou n t. Trad i t ional t i m e man3gement se m in ars have focU$ed on le ft- bra i n tec hn iques for managing known ta ks. These techn i qu e s are very u seru l , b u t more is requi red for today's world. we

are

in

al l

o f Yo u r L i fe: L i v ing F u l l y i n t he Age of I n fo r matio n " sets the e .\ ist i og tech niques i nt o the whole of l i fe. Someti mes the most effe c t i v e use of l i m e is to " waste i t ! " Time

Effect; e t i m e

m a nagement

must

be

l i f Isel f th a n techni ues. T h is c o u rse add resses the totality of o u r l ive , w i t h t h e focus o n how i n teg rate d

management.

w .; t h

Both

effective

re q u i re

we perceive and us e t i me.

mor

I n terim

D, P,

IAX J M U M E N ROLL l E NT:

'C

24

mETING TIME AND PLACE:

6:00 1 0:0 0 p.m., TR and 9:00 a . m . - 1 ; 0 0 p . m ., S. Cl ass a lso meets Satu rd ay, 2/3, A - 2 1 6

MODERN BUSINESS COMMUNICA TIONS

l i fe t i m e .

BUSA 3 1 1 4 semester hours L. Siavelall d - E l l

course,

w i l l learn s o u n d apply to your b u s i ness tnsks and gain confidence in your ability to c o m m u n icate effec t i ve! You w i l l learn to ( I ) orgnnize and present messages that w i l l be clearly and q u i c k l y u nderstood and (2) con trol the h idden m essage that is prese n t in all co m m u n ication. you

commu nica t io n p r i n c i p l e s t o

are co n d u c ted p ri m a r i l y i n a m a n ne r with d is c u s s io n s , c r tttques, a nd i n - cl a ss applications of learned concep ts. Written appl ications receive major e m p hasis. One oral p re s e nt a t i on is v ideo taped .

Grad i n g will be based on i nd i v i d u a l projects (e.g., a personal res u me ) , w ri tten assess ments /e v a l u a t i o n s , class and participatio n . All assignments m ust be s u b m i t ted .

R EQ

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G RA D I NG S YSTEM: IAXI

1

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£ 0:

I n teri m

H, P, f',' C

R O L L l ENT:

25

M E ETING T I ME A N D P LACE:

1 0:00 a.m.

- 1 : 0 0 p . m . , J\I - R , A - 2 1 1

C lasses

workshop

GRADI

G S YSTE M :

MEETI

G n �I E A N D PLACE;

p.m"

participants

"The

fter a n o verview of i n d i v idual and orga n i za t ional career iss ues, experiential exerc ises w i l l focus o n self- assess m e n t , s e t t i n g career obje c t i v e s . and ind ividual career p l a n n i n g. Resume preparation and i n te r v i e w i n g s k i l l s w i l l be i ncluded i n t h is sec t i o n . S u bseq u e n t sections of the cou rse w i l l cover: i n d i v i d u a l a nd organ i zational fit; carecr and l i fe stages; career issues for m i norit ies, women and d u al- career couples; and orga n i zational h um a n resource and career development programs.

G SY TEM:

In terim D, P, C MAXIMUM E N R O L L M ENT: 25

4 �cml'ster llour E. Reynolds

I n fonnation"

R E QU T R E t E N T FILLED: G RADI

R E Q UI R E l E N T F I L L ED:

BUSA 309

need to

make

Assig ned w o r k i n c l u des p e r t i n e n t read i ngs , w r i t t . n a p p l ica t io n s , and seill i n�rs. Grades are based 011 c lass p a r t i c i pation, assigned work, and a final e x a m . All assignments must be sub m i t ted.

T H E T I M E OF YOUR LIFE: LIV I N G FULLY I N T H E AGE OF I N FOR MATION

will

work force, and to c o n t i n ue to career decisions t hroug h o u t your

the

Evaluation is based on participatio n , a n ind i v id ua l journal, a n d gro up w o r k .

I n t h is

Students w i l l b e expected t o read and d iscuss ass igned materials. W h i le i t i s recogn ized t h a t money c a n b e a v e r y p r i v ate matter, contributions to c lass d isc ussions from in d iv idual personal experience are e m: o u raged.

R EQ

acquis i t io n s ) , and the c o n t i n ued growth of the proportion o f women and m i n o r i t ies in the labor market, force reeval uation of c a reer concepts f o r bo t h i nd i v i d uals and orga nizations. T h is c o u rse will focus on the

2:30 p.m. , S.

-

5;30 - 9 : 0 0

2;00 noon and 1 2:30 Class a150 meets Saturday,

TW, 9 ; 0 0

t

2/3, A - 2 1 5

MANAGING CAREERS: I N D IVIDUAL A N D ORGANIZA TIONAL P E RSPECTIVES B USA 3 1 3

4

sem e

ler hours

L. G i bson

LEGAL ASP ECTS O F T H E MANAGE M E NT P R OCESS B

SA 535

4 semester hours B. A h

a

This c o u rse is a survey of federal and state law affecting b u s i ness dec i s i o n ­ m a k i n g . A reas covered i nc l ude e m p lo y ment r e l l i o ns , consumer pro tect i o n , i n vestor protectio n , worker protec t i o n , e n v i ro n m e n tal pro tec t i o n , orga n izational a nd and managerial l i a b i l i t y . The p u rpose is to help prepare the student for imaginat ive a n d responsibl eth i ca l l y citizenship and leaders h i p roles i n bU ' i n ess and so c i ety , domestic and worldwide. In keep i n g w it h the Interim t heme of S t ra te g i e s fo r Peace, one i n te rwoven t h e me o f t h e cou rse will be the role that bus i ness c a n play i n healing the planet.

The course grade wi!! be based upon student performances o n ca s e analyses, an o ra l report, and a t"inal exam. R EQ U I R E M E N T F I L L E D;

The importanc.e of ca reer a nd i n d i v i d uals management for organ iz:ltions is esca l a t i n g as we enter the 1 990s. A dynamic business e n vironment and c h a n ging wo r ld - wi d d emo g r ap h i cs have s i g n if ica n t potent ial effects for careers at t he i n d i v id ua l and organizationa.l levels. Such fa c to rs as the aging population, organ izational forms c ha ng i ng (e.g., resulting from r est ructuring, m e r g e r s a n d

24

Elee t h'e course

I n MBA Program RE TR ICTIO 'S OR P R E RE Q U IS ITES: El ll:i b i l ily card. requi red The c o u rse

G R ADt

G

is

designed [or MBA Si ude n ts.

VSTEM:

A,B,C,D,E M A X l � 1 U I E ROLLI\f£NT: 2 0 M E E T I NG n n : A N D PLACE: 6:00 1 0 : 00 p . m . ITR , A - 2 1 3


NUTRITION, DRUGS, AND THE INDIVIDUAL

MANAGrNG TAXES B

SA

590

AUDIO A N D VISUAL IMAGINATION THROUGH MUSIC VIDEOS

" semes te r bours

CHE 1 2 1 0

1\1.

4 semester hOllr.

COMA 3 0 9

B.

4 semester

Gocke

essel

i n come,

gift,

managerial

and

estate

taxation In

viewpo i n t .

from

add j t i o n ,

This

a

the

hours & J . Bruton

K. I sa ks on

T h i s c o u rse is a n overview of federal course

is

meta b o l i c

basjc

an

i n troduction

interac t i o n s ,

to

general

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you

ever

lVfTV a n d

watched

in i t i a l steps for pe rso n a l f i n a n c i a l p l a n n i n g

endocri nolog y , mind and bod y i n teractions,

wondered h o w they en hanced the sound o r

are i n tegrated i n to the course.

a n d roles of d rugs i n m o d ifying b iological

created

an d behav ioral functions.

oppor t u n i t y to und erstand how music v i deos

The course is d i rected to ward those MBA s tude n ts w h o role

of

taxes

se gm en t

in

want to understand th e man g i n g

of I i e s and basic

em phas i zes

the

careers.

This rather

c on cep t

techn ical e x p e r tise or tax

financial

i nclude food p repar a t i o n ,

u t r ition topics

"the b a la nced meal m y ths, t h e effects

p h j losop h y , "

n u t r itional

of

e n v i ro nmental

st ress,

diet.

societal

E v aluations

be

i n producing t h e m .

Evaluation

is

based

a mI

contemporary

been

d ra m a t i c a L l y

than

based o n two p a p e r s , t h ree tests , and several

i magi n a t io n,

reports.

technology.

R EQ U l R E 1 E NT F I L L E D; Program

on

class

leethe in

T F I I.L E D; General

IRA

c o m p u ter

I)

scriptwriting,

Y TEM:

\ 2 ;00 noon,

:

D PLAC'E:

lighting, 3)

No

42

c ha n n e l

record ing

Pos t - p roduction

(d i g i t al

k nowledge

o f music,

video

COMA 304 4

Or Just

completed

se mes t er hours

and a u d i o

course.

class

p roject�

music

will

i n clude

a

vid eo i ncorpora ting v i deo

s k i l l s s t u dents g a i ned from

E va l uation

be

will

based

on

t h is the

project and a final w r i t t e n e x a m . This course wil l provide a n i n t e n s i ve

semester h o u rs

F. Tob i ason

D.

writing

Swan k

experie nce

p la y w r i g h t . The course

investigates s t r u c t u re of

ma tt er, a t o m i c a n d quantitative

molecular

relations h i p s .

It

the o r y, is

and

designed

character

a nd

building

of

denou m e n t .

ho wever,

is

also

p re de n t a l ,

a p p r o p riate

for

pharmacy,

all

med ical

tech nology students and students p la n n i ng to

a

Evaluation w i l l

De n t al

H y g i e ne

Progr a m .

b e dete r m i n e d b y qu izzes.

n,e

will

m ust

w r i te r

w r i t e ever

prOblem ac t i o n, be

em phasis on

day.

expos i t i o n ,

the

climax of

the

p re mise

to

There

the qual i t y of the be

o r Drmn!!

REQU I R E MENT FlLLED;

REQ

G enural

U n i versity Requirement

P R E R EQurSI TES: latb 1 1 1 o r e'lllhn ie n t . High school chemistry or permission of in struc to r Is requlr�d. G R A DING SYSTEM; A , O,C D,E MAXI 1 M ENROLL M E NT: 4 0 t E En G TIME A N D PLACE: 9:00 · 1 2:00 noon, M - F, S- 2 2 4 and Lab. - 1 :00 4:00 p . m . , MW. S - 2 0 ]

I R E ME N T F I L L E D :

based

u ture

I n terim

RESTR ICTIONS OR P R ER EQlJ1SITE To l l y cards required G R A D I NG S STEM: IT, P, NC MAXIM

M E N R OLUfENT:

- 9:00

THE WHISTLE BLOW E R : WATCHDOG O R RAT FINK? o fA 3 ] 5 � semester h o u rs

S. NOLAN

In tya n , The

6:00

a to

Ed.; J.L.

20

class.

Class s i ze will be l i m i ted to

B L B L lOG RA P H Y:

ROLL 1 E NT:

p.m., M-R, A -2 1 1

ten s t u d e n t s .

Tobia o n , T he 'Exne ri ence of So l�lng Scienti f i c a n d e h n ienl Pro blems

E

and

herself/ h i mself

G rad es , however, w i l l

M A X IM U M

A , B.C,D,E

MEETING T IM E A N D PLACE:

Stu d e n ts w i l l be required

will be fee d b a c k a s

Inter i m

REQU I R E M E NT FT L L E D; G R A D I NG SYSTEM;

the

that

to write a t least four hours p e r da '.

wfItmg.

the

i ntrod u c t i o n ,

crisis,

d isc i p l i n e

to write daily. B I B L I OG R A P I I Y; Th e

would - be study

pr i m arily on t h e a b i l i t y to d is c i p l i ne oneself

e x a m i n a t i o [ls , and labora tory reports.

Brolt u & LeMay, Cf' nt rnl Science, 4 t h

the will

s t r u c t u re of t h e f u l l length play:

b i o l o g y , chem istry, e n g i neer i ng, geology o r (t

for

S t u d e n ts

p r i m a r i l y for students who want to major i n

Che m i � t rV!

and

Production

bring your imag i n a ti o n .

PLAYW R ITING WORKSHOP

l iS

to

2)

a n d d igi tal d el a y s and more ) .

9:00 -

M-f, 5-220

W. Parker

t ransfer

(planning,

reco r d i n g

a u d io s k i ll s i s req u i red for this course.

G E N E RAL CHEMISTRY

t he

audio

effects via electron i c e d i t i n g . audio reverbs

'F i n a l

premed ica l,

and

Pre-production

t e c h n iques),

rec ord i n g) ,

30

I'vlAXI

p h ys i c s .

video

budgeti n g ,

m icrophone

A,B,C,D,E

'" EN ROLLME

M E ET I NG TIME A

oj

d ig i tal

prov ide

console, m u l t i track a n a log and d ig i t a l tape

The course Is designed for MBA students.

CHEM

of

will

have

electron ic

and

c o u rse

fundamentals

music

by

(shoo t i n g ,

G RA D I N G SYSTEM:

lUI\! E N R O L L lENT: 2 0 M E ETING TI ME A N D PLACE: 6 :00 1 0 :00 (I . m . , !\tTR , A - 2 I 7

of

sugges ted . MAXIM

A,B,C,D E

your

P R E R E QU ISI TES: One year of h i g h school c h em is t r y or t h e equiralent is G R A D ING

required

forms changed

This

prOduct i o n :

nlrer ily .Requi remen t

R E STRICl IONS OR P R E R E Q U I S ITES; E l i g i bi l i t y cards

RE Q lI l R El\fE

f i na l e x a m .

Here's

Rock , jazz, country and

other

i n fl uences

will

e ffects?

are made and the a mo u n t of t i me i n vo l v ed

basic pa rtic ipa t ion , a project

visual

class

reSenr ' h .

on

and

the

10

I E ET I N G TIM E A N D PLACE: 9:00 a.m . - 1 ;0 0 p . m . , M - R , 1 - 1 1 5

this

course

will

we

c l os e l y

e x a m i n e t h e emerg i n g c u l t u ra l p henomenon of

w h i s t l e blowing.

The

i ssu e

will

be

studied from i nd i v id ua l , organ izational and medi a perspec t ives u nderstand

its

in

our effort

i m pact

on

to

the

better

corporate

world a s well as t he i n d i v id u a l c i t i ze n .

A

v a r i e t y of med ia w i l l be used to a i d in t h is analysis

i nc l u d i n g

novels, rad io/t v,

recent

fea t u re

period icals a n d

films,

scholastic

and academic w ri t i ngs . strong e m p h a s i s w i l l be placed o n w h is t l e b l o w i n g

as

it

i m pacts

the

public

rel a t i o n s a n d j o u r na l i s m profes s i o n s and t h e e t h ical

and

moral

d i le m mas

it

prese n t s .

Course w o r k w i l l b e s u p plemented by guest lec t u res

from

relations

news

practitIOnerS

reporters, and

public busi ness

p rofes s i o n a l S . Stude n t s w i l l b e expected to come to class prepared for d i scussions, to c om p l e te a major research project, a n d to do an oral prese n tation of the research project at the end of the course.

25


REQU I R E M ENT F I L L E D:

No

I n lerim

30

" f ETI G T I M E A N D PtA p . m . , I\1 - R , 1 - 1 09

computer

l:; 2 : 0 0 - 5:0 0

Topics

covered

software

evaluation.

computer

l i terac y ,

in teg ra t i n g

t h is

is

course.

in

the

c o u rse

will

co p y r i g h t

iss u es . u t i l i t i es,

teac h e r

computing,

c o m p u ters

models

into

of

i ns tr u c t i o n ,

the

A p p le opera t i ng s y s t e m. t h e use o f p r i n t e rs

INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER S C I E N C E

and

o t he r

p e r i p he r a l s ,

and

learn i n g

hour

for 2 1 /2 hours)

will

day .

a

be

a

T wo days a week (5

l e c t u re s it u a t i o n

and

the

other t h r e e d a y s ( 7 1/2 h o u rs ) will b e d i rect This i n trod u c t i o n to a l go r i t h m sorting The

is

c o u rs e

an

i nc l ud i ng

c o m p u t e r sc ience

d esi gn ,

progra m m in g ,

t r u c t u red

a lgori t h m s

use

and

of

da ta

I

l a n g u a g e Pase

p rogram m i ng

wi ll

f u n c t i o ns ,

pass i n g ,

parameter

on

A p p l eworks .

the

computer

software

with

evaluation,

and

teacher u t i l i t ies.

be

b r a n c h i n g , i te ra t i o n , procedures

w i l l i n c l ud

instruction

arrays,

The co u rs e w i l l also fu ndamen t, Is of n um be r storage b i n a ry compu ter a r i t h metic,

reco rds , sets , .lncl fi les .

Projects

in

t he

c o u rse· w i l l

be:

d eve lop men t of a software e v a l u a t ion and

software

10

e v a l ua t io n s ,

appleworks ass i g n m e n t s ,

3)

2)

I) fo rm

several

o ne major term

paper o n c o m p u t e rs i n educa t io n .

organizat i o n , and s i m ple mac h i n e l a n guage. will

Stude n ts Pascal.

qllizz

write

s

will

be g i ve n .

be

p ro gra ms

in

ass ignments

exam jnalion. t

Evaluation

of the

based o n homework , q u izzes,

progra m m i n g

S t u d e n ts

least

40

syst m .

VAX

7

to

and

should

homs

final

expect

wor k i ng

Students

usua l l y

to

on

the

find

the

work load i n t h is c o m p ressed course to be a ou t

the

equivalent

of

full

n

time

job,

perhaps i nc l ud i n g s o m e o vert im e .

R EQ

progress

student

will

above p rojects p l us a m i d - t e rm

a nd fi nal ex m .

mE l E NT F I L LE D :

B r BUOG R A P H Y;

Seymour Pap�rl ,

Tu tor, Tool, Tu t e e; James

11 crocompu ters I n the Schools

L. Tho m s! ,

R EQ U I R E M E

T F I L L ED:

G RADTNG SY MA

PrevlollS program m ing eX"perience required.

I n lerim

:

The re

at certaln

time� oC the d a y . M A X '1 M U M E N RO L L M E T :

20

I ruM E N R OL

ME T:

Section 0 1 :

I\1 - F, S - 22 1

u ndergrad u a t e ( C S ' I structure

as

ASC ,

and

students to

the

issues confro n t i n g schools w h ic h are a t tem p t i n g to i n tegrate the c o m p u ter i n t o the curric u l u m , 2 ) h e l p students develop t h e ca m p u t r skills necessary to use t h e

i ntegrate

educational to evaluate

c o m puter software

curric u l u m ,

4)

proficiency

with

spreadsheet.

an how

obtain a

a

m i n i mal

word

i nto

Ie e l

processor

the of and

and the graduate

I t i s a n i n t ro d u c t io n to

and

operation

systems.

Topics

of

i nc l ude

m u l t iproces s i n g

p a ra l l e l ,

l a rge data

struc tu re ,

m e m o ry

and

pipeline,

I/O

s y s t e ms

and

�;tack

E x a m pl e s o f the a rc h i te c t u re of

large

S t u d e n ts Computers i n E d ucation is a course

385)

( SCI 590) s t u de n t .

machines.

J. Beaulieu

llltd

objects

w h ic h

pnss

s e t t i n g up

be

will

i mp leme n t i ng an

objec t - o r ie n ted the

Other

development

of

progra m m i n g

the message

p r i mary

topics

focus

i n c l ude

reusable

pass

of

the

i n h e r i tance. and

code

the

g�ner, t io n of software I s. Common o b j e ct - or i e nted progra m m i n g languages such + + a n d Smal l t a l k w i l l be taught and t h

students

will

write

these languages. on

rep resenta t i ve c o d e

in

Evaluations w i l l be based

p

studen t's

rformance

R E M E NT FILLED:

of

several

Computer

R E TR JCTlOI S O R P R E R EQ U lSITES: The c ou rse i s designed fo r maj ors or ad vanced c o m p u te r science G SYSTEM:

MEE

G TIME A

I

tu d e n ts .

A,B,

,D,E

1 E N R O L L l E NT: 3 5

1 0 :55 ;I . m . ,

D P L ACE:

9:40 -

I - F, G - I 0 1

bours

Huestis

M i neralogy

T h i s c o u rse i s desig ned f o r b o t h t h e

several

in

an

in

cou rse .

L.

erne ler h o u r

such

4 semester hours

tudents

l i nks

program

ESCI 305

proces s i ng ,

&. C5Cl 3 1 7 0 2

successf u l l y

of

p rog r a m descr ip t io n ,

obj e c t

4 semester

represe n t a t i o n ,

COMPUTERS IN E DUCATION

technolog

up

to

be v i e we d a s

Methods o f recog n izi ng objects

M AX I M U

22

e S C I 385/590

computer

setting, 3 ) teach

a

ap proach

Programs w i l l

M I N ERALOGY

the

i n t roduce

in

I rs goal is to i n trod uce

new

made

messages.

J, B r i n k

1 02

I)

the

COM PUTER ARC H ITECTURE

2

MEEn G T I M E A D PLACE: 1 0:30 1 2:00 noon and 1 :00 - 2 : 0 0 p . m . M - F, G -

designed to:

s . stems

G R ADJ

TEM: A , B,C,D,E,

A , B,C,D,E

a r e some com pu tn usage fee.

CSO 3 1 7 0 1

a

to

developmen t .

R EQ

i n t h e School:

for both

Sec tion 0 2: 1 :30 - 4 : 0 0 p .m . , M - F, 5 - 2 2 1

M a t h ] 4 0 or Math 1 28 or e q u ivalen t .

TO T · ITIO

(CSCI 590) s t u d e n t . s t ud e n ts

Sc i e n c e

P R E R E Q U ISITE : Strong performance in

COST I N A DOrnO

T h i s course is des i g ned

EduClltor5i Robert P . Ta )'lor, The Computer

9:00 - 1 1 :30 a , m . ,

UniverSity Rltq u l rement

G R A D 1 NG SYSTE I;

R. Spillman

M i n d t o rm.; Linda Rathje, Anpleworks for

MEETlNG T I ME AND Pl.ACE:

G e nera l

2 se m est e r hours

progra m m i n g assignments.

P e r i o d ic homework ass i g n m e n t s and

s t u d e n t w il l

spe n d

4

E v a l u a t i o n of include th

C S 1 4 9 0 /590

01.

co er th e a nd

OBJECT - O R I ENTED PROGRA M MING

l a n g u age, and

files.

Pasca l top i cs

ta u g h t as part o f the c o u rse. and

i n tens i ve

- 9:30

a.m., M - F, G - I O l

u n derg rad uate (eS CI 4 9 0 ) and t h e graduate

The c lass w i l l m e e t f i ve days a week

hours

t M E l" R O L L M E T: 25 0 PLACE: 8:00

MAXI

M E ET I NG TI M E

the

A p p le w o r k s i n tegra t e d software package .

CSC1 1 -1 4

K. Blaha

in

i n c l ud e h is t o r y , researc h , types o f software,

acl m i n ist r rive

4 s e m e ste r

experience

s ucc essfu l

be

are also encouraged to attend.

lodgi ng, food, and shared m i l eag e e c penses f o r II c o u p l e of field t r i ps . 1 A X I M U M E N R O L L MENT:

to

S t u d e n ts with computer progra m m i n g s k ills

f o r two n i g h Is'

Students m u s t e . pecl t o pay

prior

necessary

G R AD I N G SYSTE M : , B,C,D,E OST I. ADorno TO TUITlON:

systems

Intel will

Students w i l l

an

CRA Y. TI are a n alyzed .

as

H y p e r c u be use

be

such

Intel

Hypercube.

graded o n tests. homework

a n d reviews.

Students enrolled i n eSCI 590

will

an

present

add i t io na l

project

and/or

report to the class.

make

up

eSCI 380, MATH 245

G R A D I NG SYSTEM:

A ,B,C D,E

COST r A D D InON TO TU JTIO : C o m pu te r charge is possible but n o t e!l.'ll e cted.

26

A

concerned

composed

a

of

with

crust

t he rather

of

the

l i m ited

the

( m i nNals ) the Earth.

c o m po u nds

Contrary to f i r s t i mp ression s ,

Earth

is

n u m be r

of

these m i nerals w hose iden t i fication i n d i':: 3 tes not

the i r

only

c o m pos i t i o n

but

also

the

c h e m ic a l h istory of t h e s i te from w h i c h t h e y carne.

ndersta n d i n g

control

the

greatly

m i ne rals the

home

emphasis and

n a t u re we

will

rewards

the

call

of

factors

and

increases

be on

of

apprec i a t ion

of

rth. the

which

association

Laboratory

practice,

identifying

real

p itfal

,

m i neral

specimens (as opposed to idealized m i nerals w h ic h too often are emphas izecl m inemlogy courses).

Topi

methods

in college

will

c rystallograph y ,

laboratory

Computer

Or m i n o r

P R E R EQU ISITES:

which

is

inorganic

elementary

R EQU I R EMENT F I L L E D: Science m a j or

n a t u ra l

ide n t ificat i o n ,

parame ters association

and

m in e r a l

for

for m a t i o n and

include

field

con t rol l i ng

the

of m i nerals, o r e

g e n e s i s , and t h e m a j o r classes o f r o c k and Ore m i ne ra ls . c he m ic a l . m i neral

Laboratory will i n v o l ve f i e l d ,

and

spec t roscopic

i de n t i fication.

methods

E va lua t ion

will

of be


on t h e basis of one or more exams and t h e

Evaluation

P R INCIPLES O F ECONOMICS

R EQ

fENT

IRE

I l, L E D:

G R ADING SYSTEM:

MAXI �lU l M E ET!

G TIME A

4 semes t e r hours

Lec t u r e:

D PLACE:

noo n , M - F ,

REQ

S . Brue

20

T:

economy

is

"fully

[s

New

A

Yorker

oranges

in

Florida t o t h e danger of n uclear waste.

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demands and respo n s i b i l i t i es for c i tizens h i p ,

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m o r a l l y wrong for teachers to ass i g n grades thes

God,

i f a n y t h i n g - makes l i fe

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mark of a h u man b e i n g .

exa m p l e ,

mora l i t y,

freedom, good

i n terest i n s u c h basic

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l o o k i .no "

human

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4 semester hours

c o n t i n ue

about

other f u n d a m e n t a l issues such

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and

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time to time, also wonder about a v a r iety of

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worth l iving.

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s c i e n c e , and wh t

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typically

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Huber, R. Ju n g ku n t z ( G u e s t Instructor)

C . E.

i n te l le c t u a l s ,

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P, NC

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PHIL 301

4 semester hours

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25

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be

two

tests

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two

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read ass i g n m e nts carefully

before class a nd

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J . Burr & M . G o l d i nger,

& Con temporary IsslIe. 5 t h

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c h i ld r e n ,

them?

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T F r L L E D:

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AESTHETICS

transistors,

and

opera t i o n a l

o f e lec t r i c a l

effects

(5) ( 6 ) d ig i t a l

a m p lifiers,

noise,

and

electro n ic s ys te ms .

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R . D. S m i t h e r , T h e

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scene or object

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experiments per wee k .

do we mean?

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qu izzes

are

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i n tegral

to

the

course,

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d i fferent arts; how do t h e criteria i n poetr

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in

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t o m us e u m s , spec ial e x h i b i t s ,

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w r i te two tests and a term paper. proj c t

will

co urse

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a n d c lass presentations may also be

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nmLIOG RA PHY: Horo witz and H i l l , Tbe Art o f E l e c t r o n i cs; Horow i t z and H i l l , Laborator M a n u a l for Th e A r t of Electronics R E Q U I R EMENT F I L L ED:

i n terest

l i te r a t u re

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art,

music,

especi a l l y

are

poetry

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encou raged

enroll.

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G e ne ra l

G R A D I N G SYST E M :

a cq u i s i t io n .

to

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and

c o m m u n ic a t e ,

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and d i s c u s sio n be

4 s e m e s t er h o u rs C. Hansvick

phenomena. three

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theory,

and

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understanding a r t for m s .

are

part

of

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and t e c h n iq ue a r e i n he r e n t i n des ign. concerned

with

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the

of

elec t ron ics; the tools, tec h n iq u e s , ca tegories ,

all

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work

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same?

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study

will

be

and

understand i n g calculations .

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level

that

some

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mathematical

at

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the

o r electrici t y, the end goals w i l l be t h a t the

p r i n c iples and practices in t h e i r daily work

studen t

experiences.

c o n versant

in

electronic

s t u d e n ts

to

apply

psychological

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term i n o lo g y , u nderstands the basic operation

i n trod u c i n g the s t u d e n t to concepts o f job

of the b u i l d i ng blocks of electro n ic c i rc u i t s

performance a n d e v a l u a t i o n , recru i t i n g and

and s y s t e m s , a n d understands the funct ions of

several

electronic

covered

may

elements

of

ind uc to rs ,

(2)

i n s t r u m e n ta t i o n , D o n - l i near

resistors,

(I)

l i n ea r

circuit

capac itors,

laboratory

circuit

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s ys t e m s .

include

(3)

babies than

a

s u bj e c t ,

problems

like

stuttering

w i t h L i beral

c i rc u i t elements

meters

a na l y s is , of

t ra i n i n g o f e m p loyees, job satisfac t i o n ,

communication.

and

lecture/class

and

films.

(4)

leadership It will

exercise

G rades

and

motivation

and

orga n i zational

follow p r i m a r i l y a fo r m a t

will

be

with

34

some

d e t e r m ined

projects, exams, and c l a s s p a r t i c i p a t i o n .

diodes ,

i n - c l ass la n g u age

of audio tapes, of

objec t i ves

of wil l

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various be

i n - cl ass

four

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based

upon

exams

and

discussion.

to

i n c l ude:

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language

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mastery of theoretical

a n d tec h n ical aspects of language, i n formed apprec iation language

of

the

and

d i fference other

c o m m u n ica t i o n ,

the

between

forms

a b i l it y

to

of d iscuss

relationsh ips between language a n d thought, competence

in

enthusiasm

and

desc r i b i n g i n c reased

acq u i s i t i o n . c u riosity

and

about

language.

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a r t i c les to be a .s signed

assumes no previous exposure to electronics is

more

school

demonstrations,

form

Why

s i m i la r

will

how

be h a v io r on t h e p a r t of s t u de n t s .

PSYC 3 1 3

jobs than a t others?

Understanding a n d desi g n i n g a piece

course

womb,

grammar as

and

and ap has ia .

PSYCHOLOGY O F WOR K

PHYS/ E G 305 4 se m est e r hours H. Woo

special ized

the

elementary

c o n t r i b u t io n

with

in

T h e cou rse w i l l be a m i x of lect u re

9:00 -

THE ART OF ELECTRONICS

Categoriza t i o n ,

Topics

b i l i ng u a l i s m , s p e e c h e r r o r s as data, d i a lect

also

is

described

A , B, C , D , E

1 2:00 noon, M - F , A - 2 0 6

art

have

linguists

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- 1 :0 0 p . m . , M - F , S- 2 1 0

ENROLLrviE NT: 1 5 MEETING TIME A D PLACE:

design i n g

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the u n i q ueness o f language to

perception,

boring

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of

in

o f La nguage we w i l l e x p l o r e ways i n w h i c h

and

12

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add i t i o n

babble, the p r i n c i ples of speech produ c t i o n

H, P, NC

M EN ROL L M E T:

I t is

what d e f i nes u s a s i n t e l l ig e n t creatures.

h u mans, speech

IN A D DITI ON TO TUITION:

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Langu age acqu i s i t ion has been ca l led

will i n c l ude:

engineering m aj o r s .

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s e m e s t e r h o u rs

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relates to t h o u g h t , a n d i t s pathology.

S O R P R E R E Q UISITES:

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COST

4

language, i t s use in s o c i a l contexts , how i t

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The cou rse is designed for all studen ts except p h ys i c s engineering and computer

arranged.

PSYC 3 1 5

" t h e j ewel in the crown of cogn i t i o n " .

exp lo r i n g

t h is

PSYCHOLOGY O F LANGUAGE

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the

- 4:00

are

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1:30

A-210

the

normative

other

j udgme nts, such as moral j udg me n ts ?

resolvable?

laboratory

M - F,

25

PLACE:

by

R EQ I R E M ENT FILLED: I n terim R EST R I CT I O N S O R f'R R EQU ISITES:

y c h o l ogy or 2 c o l l e ge l a n g u age GRADING SYSTEM: A , B C , D . E

I n trod u c t i o n to P

s e m esters of a second

COST I N ADDITION TO T U rn O Stud e n ts w i l l be expected t o p u rc h a s e s o m e

read i n g m a t e ri a l s .

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OLD TESTA MENT STUDIES: DOES ARCHAEO LOGY P ROVE THE BIBLE?

MAJOR RE LIG IOUS THIN K E RS . THE RELIGIOUS VISION O F H . RICHARD N I E B U H R

RELI 330 4 semester bours R. Gehrke

R E L I 367 4 semester

PRACTICUM I N SPECIAL EDUCATION SPED 399 1 - 2 semester h o u rs P. Rallo

bou rs

P. K i U e n

This T h is c o u rse

will consider the

Who a m I?

basic

I

me t h o ds and chief results of archaeological

am

research

Transcendent?

related

in tr oductor y

to

the

s ur ey

Bible.

of

the

hi story

methods o f

modern scienti fic

si g n ificant

finds

chronologically:

will

those

After

an and

archaeology,

be

co nsidered

of the Bro nze

Age

( rel a t i ng to the patriarchs, the exodus, the w i l d e r ness soj o u r n ,

settlement

of

Canaa n )

a n d those o f t h e I r o n A g e ( re l a t i n g to the

o t he r

of

one

of

the

U nited

dis tricts.

H.

ass i g n m e n ts

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N ie b u h r's

Niebuhr. maj o r

persistent

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books

relig ious

religious v is i o n ,

will and

read

from

c l a r i fy

questi ons

h is

and

his

re l a t i n g them to o u r own

l ives.

and why we can c a l l Nie b u h r an " A merican"

consideration PaJestine

w ill

of

also

Jesus'

be

Day

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given

and

to

the

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Noah's

Ark?)

will

receive

format

of

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the

reading

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d iscoveries which have broader and deeper

and

to

be

s ign ificance

for

instructor

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for

special

which

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acc o u n ts) .

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study

represen t a t i v e

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will

stud ies

of

(e.g.

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the

choosing

a

b i blical

a

period

to

eval u a te

current

tec h n ical archaeo logical reports as

well a s

treatments

by

scholars

b ibl ical

history.

p r i marily

of

the

subject

i n terested

in

a

thinking

a

project

negotiated

1 5 -20

(e.g.,

The basis for o f participation

page

with

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paper,

an

kn ow ledge

of

b i b l ical

and

keep

a

daily

log,

upon

the

ass i g n m e n t .

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and

will

history

complete

requesting clock

reques t i ng 45

m i nor

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requirement

in

special will

i n t roductory

meet i n g

in

hour

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class for

credit those

s a t isfies the

be

g i ve n held

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at

l i m ited

to

December

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the

major and

educa tion.

ass i g n ments noon

I

hours. and

2 hours credit must complete 90

hours.

prac t i c u m

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s t u de n ts registered before t h is d a te .

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is

des i r a b l e .

nmLIOQRAPHY: J . Pritchard, ( e d . ) , The A ncien t Near E a . t.; K . Kenyon Il n d P. Moo re y , The B i b l e and R ec e n t Archaeology; J . A . Thompson, The Bible and Arc hpeolQgy R E QUIR M E T FIL L E D: Ge neral U n i vers i t y Requl re meot G R A D I G SYST E M: A , B ,C,D,E IAXIMUM E RO L L M E T: 25 M E ETING T1 IE AND PLACE: 8:00 J O :OO a.m., M - F , A - 2 0 4 B

GIFTED C H L LD R E N SPED 313 2 semester h o u rs H . Owens

This course to the

will

i n troduce students

world of g i fted

educate these

c h i ldren

chi l d r e n . to

meet

How to their

full

potential has become a challenge to parents, teachers and a d m i n istrators a l i k e . Through

this

course,

students

will

develop a sense o f why b e i n g gifted i s often cons idered

a

challenge.

Assessment

and

curricu la appropriate for the g i fted will be explored

along

with

teac hing tec hn iques.

new

and

i n novat ive

Crea t i v i t y a n d how to

recognize and n u r t u re g i ftedness will also be h i g h l i g hted . Evaluat ions quizzes and

will

be

based

on

two

a short i n - c lass p resen t a t i o n .

R EQ U I R EME NT F I L L E D: I n t e r i m R ESTRICnO S OR PR EREQU ISITES: Tal l y cards req u i red GRADING SYSTEM: A,B,C,D,E M X l MUM E N R O L LME NT: 2 0 J\.ILETlNG T I M E AND P L ACE: 1 : 0 0 - 3:30 p.m., ITR, P-O I O

35

be

paper s u m ma r i z i n g their experiences.

an notated jour nal b i bliogra p h y ) .

A lthough not a b so l u t e l y p rereq u i s i te , some general

local school

sit e (e.g.

the Div ided K i n g d o m ) the learn

and

is

a b o u t p r i m a r y texts a n d active participation be

b i b lical

course

with

Students are to read a n d complete

Students

evaluation w i l l

ollside.ration but e m phasis w i l l be on those

a

and

graded on the basis o f the log and a final

must

World of the Earliest Church.

Really

s t udents c h i ldren

o u tside readings may be required depending

theol o g i a n .

Roman

u r rently popular top ics ( Have They

i n s t ructor i n cooperation

States' major t w e n t i e t h - c e n t u r y theologians,

and

periods ) .

with

of town, and placeme n t w i l l be m a d e by the

w r i t ings

we

Judges, I s raelite monarchy , e x i le , pos t - ex i l ic ' i nt er - testamental"

p r o v ides

grapple w i t h these questions i n conversat i o n

cou rse

to

course experience

youth e n r o l l ed i n special education s e t t ings.

t h is

and

s u p e rvised

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beings

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the

to

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with

related

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of and

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secondary

c o u nselors

with

degree as the highest deg ree a pproved . a l so a p p roved

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teachers ,

the

master's

The u n i ve r s i t y is

A m e ri c a n C h e m i c a l Soc i e t y .

The

School o f N urs i n g is accred i ted by the N a t i o n a l League fo r Nursing.

The

School

of

B u s i n ess

A d ministration

is

accre d i ted by the A me r i c a n Asse m b l y of Co l l e g i a te Schools of Bus iness .

The Social Wo r k Prog ram is accredi ted b y the

Cou nc i l

on

Soc i a l

路el.

The

I

Work

Department

Education of

Music

at is

the

Na t i onal Association o f Schools of M u s i c . p rospective

s tu d e n t

may,

p r e s i d e n t's

office,

review

desc r i b i n g

the

upon

u n iversi t y ' s

a

request copy

baccalaureate

acc red ited

of

various

d irected the

Address Inquiries About Interim to: Judith Carr Interim Director

PAC I F IC

UJTHERAN U N IV ERS ITY (206) 535-7130

98447

the

to

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accre d i tations

a p p rovals .

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by

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Interim 1990 Catalog v.69 no.4 Nov 1989  
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