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Summer Session '93 Summer in the N orthwest CONTENTS ...................................................................... PAGE

Admissions, Registration & Tuition Summer reg istration is

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cake. Look here for fees , refunds and info on

our easy admissions. Canlpus Services

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PLU staff is here to serve you. Look here to find out about our congenial services. Summer in the Northwest!

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What's happening at PLU and in Tacoma this summer) Wednesday noontime

concerts , poetry readings, lectures, films -- we have it all! Course Descriptions

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More than 250 exciting ways to learn this ummer. Course Schedule

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Quick reference to all course dates and times. Degree Programs

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Undergraduate and graduate. Facilities

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Important deadlines including drop / adds, summer credit load policy, final exams and other university policies. Housing and Food

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Where to sleep and eat on campus. Special Programs

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Offerings for youth and elders. Who? What? Where?

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Departments, Regents, and Administration

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GREETINGS

7 Simple Steps to Make Your Summertime Easy

Greetings from the President Summer at college evokes

1. Where to park. Summer p a rki ng is

memories of studyi.ng, sunshine,

easi t in the Library lot. Entrance is on Wheeler �t. across from Trinity Lutheran Church. You d on t even need a p ermit l 2. Where to snack. The nack wagon is located outside Eastvold Chapel. Open

music, exercise and laughter. After looking at all that is avail­

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able to you this summer at Pacific Lutheran U niversity , I trust you

weekdays.

will form similar memories. Not

3. Wh re to buy books and suppLies.

only does this catalog share a vast

The Bookstore is inside the Uni ersity enter and is open until 6: 0 pm the first day of each summer term shown on the

array of academic offerings, but it

also lists many activities,from

outsi Ie back cover. See paae 7 for

outdoor concerts to literary read­

additional bookstore hours.

ings.

4. Where to get an ID card. Having

As a relati ely new mem­

validated ID card makes your life easier in many ways. Only with a valid ID c a rd can you che ck out materials fwm the library, use PLU s Olympic-sized swimming pool and pl' y go l f for only $2 a ro un d. Stop b y the Registrar's office a ny d ay from 8 a m to 6:30 pm. 5. Where to get culture. (Besides your slimmer classes, of course!) Bronden your horizons with the Internati mal Lecture series, Tu e s days at noont i me in the Administration Building, room 101. Every W dne sday at noon, [Op by Red qua re for a brown-bag concert ranging from classical to blueg ra s. B eginning June 30 and running through August 4, PLU features poetry and fiction readings by North we st authors. The readi ngs take place at 7 pm Wednesday e v en i ngs in I ngra m 100. 6. Where to get exercise. Tennis c ourts a 9-hole golf c ourse an Olympic sized po ol co mplet e fitness enter, Tai Chi at n on on Mondays & 'TI1ursdays in front of Eastvokl-all t he se and more are a ai b b le to you. Check paae 9 for details. your very own,

The school week in 1908, for example, began nn THesday and [rroceeded

throHRh Satur­ cia)'. Divine service on

, ullday was mandatory.

Monday was reserved for recreation and special activities.

ber of the PLU team, I was de, lighted to le arn a few historical

facts about this great institution in the margins of this catalo g

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You

can learn an enormous amount just

by reading the catalog; imagine what you can learn in class.

I wish you

su cce ss this

s um mer and hope you fi nd time to ,

make some treasured memories.

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;J��� Loren J. Anderson,

President

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7. Where to get friendly answers.

Contact the Office of Summe r Sessions

in I ngram Hall, room 101, or call (206) 5317143. We'll be happy to answer your questions I Ask for Karen.

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ACTIVITIES

Summer in the Northwest

Summer Conferences at PLU

Summer in the N t rthwest is special!

The summer of 1993 brings another busy conference season for PLU. A diverse

Opportunities abound to add fun and excitement to your summertin'le activities.

selection of groups being hosted this year

At PL

creates a stimulating environment for

, the Office of Summer Studies is

learning while exposing the campus to a

holding an old-fashioned ice cream social

wide audience. Among the groups coming .

and fruit festival each term thi Summer. J un 16 Strawberry Festival July 14

Raspberry Festival

August 18

Pe8ch Festival

to the university are: the Washington

State Grange A --ociation, Great North足

west Evangelism Workshop, Western Regional Explorers' Conference, American Cultural Exchange p rograms, and the

Wednesday Noon Conert Series

A variet)' of exciting, fun musicians

Dominican Sister's Parable Retreat, all

perform each Wednesday at noontime in

bringing thousands of guests to the campus

Red Square beginning June 9.

this summer. For more information on

Summer International Series

University Center Conference Office at

PLU Summer Conferences, contact the

(206) 535-7453.

Presentations by visiting international

professors and experts are held each week Sports and Activity Camps

at noon in the Hauge Administration

Building, room 1 0 1. Call (206) 535-7143

There are several sports and activity camps featured this summer: basketball, tennis,

for more information.

softball, soccer, drill teams, wrestling,

Summer Reading Series

football, and cheerleading. There are also workshops and conference.s involving

The Office of Summer Studies, toaether

youth leadership, yearbook publishing,

with the Department of English, p re-ent揃 Ori.,-ins of Diversity,

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video production, music, and more.

series of six readings

Contact the University Center Confer足

by Northwest writers of poetry, fiction,

ence Office,

and non-fiction, each focusing on the

(206) 535-7453, for more

information.

forces that have shaped American culture.

The first dance

Each ,wthor' presentation is centered on the positive, enriching aspects of diversity.

Summer Scholars Program

on the PLU

The schedule includes: June 30 Elizabeth Woody,

Academically gifted incoming high school

campll.s was not

juniors and seniors, this program is for you.

held until

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Investigate projects in-depth in writing or

American Poetry

science and earn college credit, too ! Live

Laureen Mar,

in a college dorm for three weeks. The

Asian American Fiction

Summer Scholars program is held at PLU

July 14 J.T. S tewart, African

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July 12 through July 30. To participate,

& African & Fiction

American Dmma

you are selected by mid-April from among

Chrisropner Browning,

nominations received from high schools,

Writer/Historian

parent.s, and community groups. Spon足

& Holo ca us t Expert

sored by FLU and the Tacoma Area

Audrey Eyler,

Council on Giftedness. For detailed

Irish Litemture/HistOT)1

information, contact Dr. Judith Carr,

Jack Cady,

Dean of Special Academic Programs, at

American

(206) 535-7130.

ReligiotlS &

Political thought

All reading are held in Ingram Hall, room 100 7 pm. The public is invited to che free reading", and ro a reception honoring f':1ch

at

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after the reading.

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ACTIVITIES / TUITION

K ey b oard H armony and Improv isation,

how to find and use inform ation at the Un iversity. Classes are small, flexible , and informal, givina yo u an prortunity to get ac­ quainted with bot h instructors and fellow

and two private lessons a week with Dr.

students.

Knapp, prof e ssor of Musi c at Pacific Lutheran U ni versity. The In titute is July 6 through July 23. For more inf ormation, contact Dr. a lvin Knapp, Pacific Lu theran Unive r ity Department of Music, Tacoma, W A 98447.

Middle College isn't just s tu d y. There is plenty of opportunity for play, taking ad vanta ge of PLU's excellent recreational facilities-swimming pool tennis cou rts , golf cou rse , games roo m, joaging-fitness

Summer Piano Performance In,titute

F r Junior and Senior high school stu­ de nts Clas e includ History of Piano .

Literature,

tyle and Interpretation,

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c ourse and handball, racquetball, a nd squash co u rt s . Or s i mply enjoy sunbathing

Elderhostel

or Frisbee on PLU's spacious, green lawns. Live on campu s or com m u te , alt hough on­

This world-wide program offers se niors (60

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an d over) a week-long colle giate ex.peri­ ence of cla'.·es and dorm life. PLU hosts four w eks of Elderhost I during the summer of '9 . Comple te information is av aila b le at the U niver ·iry en ter Office,

campus housing is stronoly recommended

for this program. Tuition cost for this program is $1800, and fi n ancia l aid, b as e d p rimarily

on need, is available. Tuition $1800 Room & board (if needed) $699 $60-125 Textbooks Total Cost Estimate 2559-2624 The deadline for Middle College arplica­ tions is May 31, 1993. For more in form a­

(206) 535-7450. Registration materials and c atalogs may be obtained f rom Elderhostel, 80 Boylton Sc. Suite 400, Boston , MA 02116. PLU Middl Coil ge

tion, write Dr. Judith Carr,

High School incoming seniors and '93

Spec ial Academic Proarams, PLU,

gr adua te s , get an early start on

Tacoma WA 98447, Or phone (206) 535-

a

s uccessful

ffic e of

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college caree r t his LI mmer at PLU!

7130.

Called Middle College, this six-week The expense far

summer pro ra m (June 19 roluly 30)

a boarding

helps you sharpe n learning skills while

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weeks. "This inclu.des Iml.ruction, room,

earning ei"ht to ten regular, transferable sem ter hou r f college cr edit. M idd le Colleg e h elp s to make college level tudy as ier. Within a framew rk of inte re s t in , contemporary topics , it emp hasizes basic skills so i mpor tant in

good board, and

college-written and oral communication,

the washing, each week, of the

study skills, and mathematics.

student to attend PLA in 1912 was

$180 for 36

. . .

following articles of clothing: One

sheet,

one

pillowcase, two pairs of socks ar stockings, one su.it u.nderwear, and twO towels."

Tuition, Room and Board U ndergraduate tuition

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Undergraduate tuition (except Nursing) $225.00 per semester hour Under graduate Nursing p r semester

Graduate Tuition

student tuto rs on a personal, individual

per semester hou r

$250.00 (Includes Edu c at ion Music , Comp uter Science , P h y sical Education, School Nurse)

There to help you are six rrofessors the faculty, from social sciences,

basis. 11

,

mathematics, English, earth sciences and mus ic, a

$225.00

Graduate Tuition

and coll ege

ors

$374.00

Audit, per hour

As a Middle C ol le ge student, you work c losely with PLU profes

hour

full-time counselor, and s ix

tuto rs.

MBA, NurSing, and

You receive individual counseling and

graduate tuition

aptitude or skills testing. And, you l earn

per semester hour

4

cial Sciences $395.00


ADMISSION

Private Mu ic Lessons

(13 half-hour Ie ons

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Payment Information 1 semester hour of

cr dit)

-1 emester hour credit in additio n to tuition $110.00 -2 semester hours credit in addition to tUltion $180.00

Double ek term

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Thr

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4 wk. terms

Additional days

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MasterCard in person or via telephone. Your full name and Soc iClI Security number should be written on the check to ensure proper cred i to your student ac count. Registration must be wir hdrawn through the Regi trar'

ffice. Unpa i d balances are subj t to late charge'. C ntact the Business Office at (206) 535-7107 for

the PLU Office of Summer Studies, TacOlm, WA 98 447 , or call (206) 5357143.

current charoes if a c mplete statement has not been rec eived.

Meal Plans

lf, after classes begin, you find it nece aey

A variety of m al plans make eating on a

ion in which the classes

Lutheran University" or by VISA or

Single

sign up for hou s ing by contacting

campu'

are due on or before the

98111-3167 or bring it to the PLU Business Office on campus, Administra­ tion Building room 110. Paym nt may be made by check, paya ble to "Pacific

Advanced Placement Institute students­ Plea

'

Office, P.O. Box 21167, Seattle, WA

$320.00 $270.00 $500.00 $600.00 $ 730.00 $880.00 $9.00 per day

Two 4 week terms

es

first day of the

fall. Mail t uition to the PLU Busine:s

Residen ' Hall rooms One 4

Tuition and f

to withdraw from summer courses, plea se

breeze. Choose one to fit your

notify the R gistrar' s Office in writing.

needs and appetite.

20 meals per week 15 meals per week 10 meals per week 5 meals per week

$56.50 per week $47.00 per week $3 . SO per week

Veterans. To receive VA Educ at ional benefits, please

C<

ntaC[ the Office of

Veterans AffClirs ( Registrar's Office)

$19.50 per week

at

the

time of registration. Certification request forms are available on the bookca

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adjacent to th> registration windows.

Registration Registration All

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Ses ion

e regi tra t ion � r Summer is

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as

Admission

pu hing the buttons

Non-degree students.

on your tou ch- tO n p hone! See page 13 for Tele-recristration instructions. Regis­

session onl y, without intention of working

tration for all summer cou rse s begin'

towar I

March 15,1993.

de ree from PLU or fur a

a

t eac h ­

formal

application or suhmit transcripts from other schools attended.

Last day to add a course is the first d y the meets. Last day to drop courses e

tudents may

enroll in any course for whic h they have the necessary prerequisites.

withour Financial penalty for one-week work hops is 10

a

ing certificate, need not file

Drop/Add our e

on-d gree

students rlanning to enroll for the summer

of business on the

second day of the c lass; for two-week workshops, close of business on the fourth day of class; for four-week courses, elo e of husine s on Frida of the firs t week of class; fur n i ne-week courses, c lose of busines on Friday of the second week of cla s.

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On October 14,1894 PLU was dedicated and officially opened. On October 25, c/.asses began with 30 students.


COURSE NliMBERI�G

Degree students. Students who pLan tll

the baccalaureate degree finds it possible

work toward an undergraduate degree from

to complete all degre requirements with a

PLU must complete a formal appl ication

registration of fewer than 16 semester

for admission. The necessary forms may

hours of undergraduate credit. The total

be obtained by contacting the Admi' ions

registration for undergraduate require­

Office, ( 206) 535-7151. Students who

ments and e lective graduate credit shall

have completed acceptable work at

not

another accredited college are granted

one Summer term. A memorandum

advanced standing for previous work.

stating that all baccalaureate requirements

'ceed six semester hours during any

are being met during the semester must be signed by the appropriate department

Master's degree students. Students

seeking admission to the master's program

chair or school dean and presented

should contact the Office of Graduate

dean of graduate studies at the time of

Studies at ( 206 ) 535-7141.

such registration. This registration do

to

the s

not apply toward a higher degree unle

it

Certification students. Students seeking

is later approved by the student's advisor

certification should contact the School of

and! or advisory committee.

Education at ( 206) 535-7272. IndependentStudy{Thesis

Independent study, thes is or studio

Continuing students. Current FLU

students who wish to enroll for the

projects may be authorized in certain

summer session may s imply register by

spec ific cases if approved by the chairper­

phone, following the d irections on

son or dean concerned. An independent study registration card is available in the

page 13.

Reaistrar's Office. As with other summer New students. First-time registrants will

cla

find registration easier if you complete the

before the session begins.

ses,

reoister for independent study

"Information for First-Time Registrants" Graduation/Commencement

on page 15.

Students who p lan to complete require­

In 1 950,

men

outnumbered women at PLU, two to one.

ments for a degree during the su mmer

Course Numbering

should fill out an Appl ication for Gradua­

Course Numbering

tion form, and a cap and "own order form.

Courses at PLU use the fol lowing number

These forms are availahle in front of the

sy tem:

Registrar's Office. Completed forms

101-299 Lower division level

should be returned to the Registrar's Office

321-499 Open to both graduate and

ceremonies are scheduled for Friday,

no later than] une 18. Commencement August 20, in Olson Auditorium at 7 pm.

upper divis ion undergraduates. Such courses may be a part of the graduate

Insurance. Sickness and Accident

program prov ided they are not specific

Insurance is available to all students on a

requ irements in preparation for graduate

voluntary bas is. The Health Service

study.

strongly urges all students to have medical insurance. The Group Acc ident and

500-599 Graduate courses.

Sickness Plan offers coverage 24 hour

Normally open to graduate students only.

a

day, 12 months a year, anywhere in the

Upper division students may enroll in a

world.. A brochure outl ining the program

500-level course if, during the last

is available from the Bus iness Offic and!

semester of the senior year, a candidate for

or Health Services.

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SERVICES

ID Cards. It is i mp ortant that you have a vAlid 1D card in ord er to u se the l ib r ary , to cash ch ck on campus, and to obtain othe.r U ni vers ity privileges. Continuing

Academic Assistance Center The Acad mic A ss i s tanc e Center enab les

students to be more effective and efficient in their academic p urs uits. During the

rud nrs m<:ly have cards validated in t he

summer, Hssistance with learning strate­

Bu lness Office. Those here for the first time should request their 10 Cards at t he Registrar's ffice-it only takes a moment t have a card made, and it will make life

on campU5 much

gies, self management, and some limited tutoring services are available. Please check with the Center, Ramstad 112, regard ing your s ['ecific needs, or ca ll (206)

ea i'r.

.535-7518.

enter ervices ar with ut

c harg

to registered PLU students . uring the months ofhme and July, hours are Monday through Friday, 9 am to 1 pm, or

Course Load and Waiver. The maxi­ mum course load for each ummel' term is

six se me . rer hours. Pe rm is sio n

to

register

by appointment. During August, hour'

hours per session must be obtained from the Dean of Summer

afe

M o nday th rough Thursday , 9 am to 5 pm,

for more than six

and Friday, 9 am to 1 pm.

chool, Ingram 101, (206) 5Y-7143.

radua te students may not take more than ter hours during the summer to

Bookstore

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The PLU Book stor e offers a variety

count toward the master's degree at Pacific

educational and personal produc

from

Macintosh and IBM computers to

sham­

Lutheran University.

poo and video tapeSj Transcripts. If you nee d an official transcri pt of your summer work, u bmit

suggested retail.

a ll

of

priced below

Yo u will also find all of

your req u ire d textbooks and reference

a

wr i t ten request t the Registrar's Office and pay the $5.00 proc ing fee. Term III grades re proces ed and tr ansc ripted approximat ly five wo rki ng day.' after being s ub mitted by the faculty (August 28). P l e ase take thi int o c nsideration

materia , pl u s a large selection of gen era l reading matter. Any bo k or i te m that is not carried can be special ordered ar no add ition a l charge. PLU imprinted

when requesting transcripts for school

Summer Bookstore hours. 8 am - 4:30 p m,

disrrins.

clothing and memorabilia are also avail­ able.

Tr:mscrip ts cannot be sent f r

24, June 21, and July 26.

From the 191 2 Announcement: "Parkland is a town of chLlrciles and schools. The

If y ou have specific textbook needs at

town has no

other times, please phone (206) 535-7665

Campus Ministry

saloons, and is free from many of the tempta­ tion.1 'with which students are usually bese t .

Pacific Lutheran Un i v ers i ty is, by design

However, it is in

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12 noon, Friday. Shop until

6:30 pm the opening day of each slimmer

students with unpa id accounts at the

term.

University.

Services Academic Advising Office

Late n ights at the Bookstore are: May

and arrangements will be made to se r ve

The Academic Advising Office pro v ide s

you. The Bookstore prid

general ad v is ing services for undergraduate

itself on

pr vid ing c he erful special services.

students during summer sessions. I t offers information on general un i ve rs i ty require­ ments and procedures, and helps students

and [linn educational programs. Durina the months of June and July, hours me M nday throu ah Thur day, 9 am to 5 pm, and Frid ay, 9 am to 1 pm. For help, come to t h e office, Ramstad 112, or call choos

and intent, a place for the

interaction of academic st udy and the Christian gospel. Opportunities for the expression of faith an d worship arc provided for the commu­ ni ty. Please call (206) 535-7464 for detai ls of the wo rs hip schedule.

(206) 535-8786.

The UniverSity pastms are available for conversation and ounsel in the University enter, or call (206) 535-7464.

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the world, and not free from all temptations .

Those ·whose ta.s tes incline

them to evil compan)1 will

likely find it or make it."


SERVICES

Gym building provides st ud ents access to the VAX systems, IBM, Macintosh. and Apple lIe personal computers throughout the summer. Dozens o f so ftware proara ms are ava ilable for the VAX and IBM systems. Pac ific L u theran University has ad op te d standard PC so ft:\va re for word processing, spr ad sheets, data bases and

Uni er ity Child Care University Child Care, operating through PLU's F mily and Children's Center, is an

ind ep e n d ent non - p rofit c e n ter established serve fa milies in the Parklandpanaway area. Clients are served on a fi rs t come, first serve ba is; priority is for low-income, wo r k i ng c l ients, and c ts are based on gros ' mo n thly income. Licensed for 48 children from 1 2 months through 5

to

statistics. Stud nt consultants are on duty

in the userroom t o he l p students with

years, the center operates year-round, from

operational problems.

7 am to 6 pm Monday through Friday.

The Computer Center offers a wide range

staff is trained in Early Ch i ldhood Educa足

workshops. Check with the

There is a wa it in g list for all c l ients. The

of services, i ncl u d ing free "how-to"

t i on ; support s taff in c l u des a soc i a l worker,

n u rs e consultant, cook, and bo ok k e epe r . The program is c om p r e he n s ive with de ve l o pme nta l l y appropriate activities for

u s errooms operating hours, a list o f wo r ksho p s , the cu rrent software sta nd ards

,

,

and any o the r questions you m i g h t have regarditl,<J the use of co m pute r facilities at

all ages, including indoor/outdoor play and group/free-activity times. Staffing ratio is

PLU.

1 adult to 5 children dur ing peak p rogr am hours (9 am - 3 p m ) . M eals and snacks are included. For more information, write Pam Th cm p so n Un ivers ity hild C are P.O. Box 44082, Tacoma, WA 98444, or p h on e ( 206) 5 3 1 - 2009 . ,

om pu t er

Center for in for m a t i on about the

The Computer Center's main offices are

open 8 am

to

5 pm during normal

niversity operating hours. Call ( 206)

535-7 525 for more inform ation

,

Food Services

The Food Services Department endeavors to meet the needs of a ll and make a

Trinity Lutheran Child Care

PLU established a computer

engineering major in 1 986the first in Washington tate .

Many PLU students, facult and staff use

student'

the Trinity Lutheran Child

satisfy i ng experience. The University

are Center

at 1 2 1 1 5 Park Avenue SOLlth. Locar d close t o the U n iversity, Trinity Lu t he r a n accepts child ren on a full-t ime ba s i s ; no d ro p - in care is available. Children from one month o f age t h r o ug h K inde rga r t e n

ray here a pleasurable and

Center cafeteria is open to all. Meals are

tious meals and snacks. Although there is

a l so avail ble at the Universi ty Center Coffee Shop and at the Columbia Center Coffee Shop. The University Center Co ffee S ho p is open Mo nd a y throuah Thursd ay from 7 am to 6 pm a nd Friday from 7 am to 2 pm (unless pos t e d other足

no summer pre-school program, there are

wise). A variety of meal plans are avail足

educational activities scheduled for all

entered thJOu h the outh-east corner of

able thro ugh the Food Services office located in the University Center. A Coke trailer is available from 9 am to 2 pm MonJa y through Fr id a during the s umme r. It s e rv e s a variety o f items i nclud i ng sandwiches, hot dollS. co f fee, j u ice, pop, d o n u t s fruit and individual salads. The trailer is located in f ront of Eastvold Auditorium. If you have any

Morrvedt Library. The facility houses

questions about services offered, please call

DEC V AX 6 2 1 0 and DEC VAX 6220

the Food Services Office at ( 206 ) 535-7472.

receive excellent superv ision and nutri足

ages. Fees are ba

d on a sl i d i ng scale.

Visitors are welco me if you would l i ke to come by and observe, or call

( 206) 535-2699 for further information. The Computer Center The

,

omputer Center's Offices are

com p u te rs . A large academic user ro m l oc a t ed in the east wi n g o f t he M e mo ri al 8


FACILITIES MlCA (Multi-Ethnic, International,

Student Life include: Career Services;

Commuter, and Adult Services)

Cou nseling and Testing Services; Health

Hi torically a residentia l ca mpus, PLU

Services; M u l t i-Ethnic, I nternational,

now has a rnajority of students who

Commuter, and Adult Student Services

commute da ily t o attend classes. Com­

( MICA ) ; Residential Life; and the

muters have indeed brought new meaning

U niversity Center. Student Life, through

to the phrase college tudent. Foreign and

its services and programs, promotes a

mu lti-ethnic students bring a gl impse of

campus environment wherein students

other parts of the world to the PLU

may explore, develop, and learn in both

campus. M ICA o f fers these students

academic and co-curricular contexts. Stop

support and s p ec i a l proorams. ffices are located in the U niversity

a c ade mic

by Adm i n istration 130 or call

M ICA

( 206) 535- 7 1 9 1 and get acquainted.

o

Center, lower level. Stop by or cal l

( 206 ) 535-7 1 95.

University Facilities Residential Life a n d Housing Campus l i ving continues

to

U niversity Center ( 1 970) continues to be

grow in

the fam i ly room of the campus for stu­

po p ul a ri ty as an economical, convenient

dents, staff and guests. The Uni versity

school. Rates remain below the standard

cafeteria, coffee sh op and leisure time

an s we r to housing needs duri ng summer

Bookstore is housed in the "UC" as is the games room. Other offices located in the

monthly rental for an apartment; and new, flexible summer meal plans enhance

Center include M ICA ( M ul t icultural,

economy and convenience. Campus

I nternational, Commuter and Adult)

living a lso facil itates out-of-class interac­

Student Services, Campus Ministry,

tion w ith facu l ty and other students.

Student Government, and the student

S ingle rooms are very l imited and are a

igned on

a

media. The I nformation Desk offers daily

space-avaLiable basis

newspapers, magazines, candy, and health

according to the order in which the

aids and is open daily.

Reside ntial Life O f f ice receives your

Scandinavian Cultural Center ( 1 989)

reque t.

Located i n the University Center, the

Students and ta f f initiate and coordinate

Scandinavian Cultural Center ma intains

re idence ha ll programs. Many programs

public hours for exhibit viewing o n

take ad antage of the natural resources of

Tuesday a n d Wednesday from 1 1 :00 am to

the Puget Sound area: mounta ins, lakes,

3 :00 pm. Special programs and craft

recreation areas, and the ocean. All

demonstrations are scheduled throughout

program

are

designed to enhance your

Hauge Administration Building ( 1 960)

You may obtain campu s hOUSing by

houses U niversity administrative office s

contacting the Residential Life Office at

studios and master control for closed

( 206) 535-7200, or by selecting the

c ircuit television.

housing reservation option whe n you

,

Robert A. Mortvedt Library ( 1 966) is an

register by phone. See pa g e 13 for details.

a ir-conditioned multi-media learning resource center containing over 400,000

Student Life

books, period icals, microfilm, and audio­

The Student Life O f fice is the admin istra­

visual aids, and on-line computer record­

tive u mbrella for PLU 's S tudent Life organiza t ion. I t gives

o

search capabil ities. The bu ilding also

v era ll d irection to a

houses the Computer Center, University

variety of student services and acts as a

Archives, and Photo Services. A student

central resource for student information

ID card is required to check out materials from the l ibrary, see " ID Cards" on p a g e 7.

and assistance. Dep a rtm e nts w ithin

9

Announcement: "PaTents are

earnesti) urged ,

the year.

summer sc h oo l experience.

From the 1 9 1 2

not to allow their

children too much pocket money . Students who have too

liberal allowance of this and still ,

more me

thosc who

allowed to

contract dc b ts , me

almost sure

to fail in study

and in conduct . "


FACILITIES Xavier Hall ( 1 93 7 , remodeled 1 966) house" cla ' sroo m and offices for faculty of the Division of Soc ial Scienc '. Ramstad Hall ( 1 947, remodeled 1984) hou:es the S hool of N ursing, the Writing Center, Co o pera t iv e Educ tion, AURA, Academic Advisi ng, ounsel i ng and Testing e rv ices, and C ar ee r ervices. Memorial Gymnasium ( 1 947, remodeled 1984) provid . classroom and ac tivit y areas for the Sc hoo l of Physical Education and the Theatr Program. Ea tvold Auditorium ( 1 952) accommo­ date;,; concertS, special eve nts and p la ys . It also co ma i ns classro ms, swge and rad i o studios, e nse m bl e practice r ms for the Music Department and the ommunica­ tion Art · Depa rt ment as we l l a me KPLU-FM rad io tud io.

Recreational Facil ities PLU o ffers

a broad variety of recreational op portu n i t ies for ummer students. E xce pt iona l facilities are a va i lable for most p pular s po rt s and pa s ti me s l Free use of the arne. Fitn s enter, Olson Audito­ rium and the Swimm ing Pool is available by presenting your student lD ca r d ( available from the Regi , trar's O ffi c e ) . Reservation of racquetball/squash courts is made b y calling (206) 5 5 - 798. Sch ed ­ ules for use of all recreational fac i l ities are available i n the Sc h oo l of P h ysi ca l Educat ion office in Ol son Auditorium. Names Fitness Center was d edi ca t ed in

1 984. This 5, 500 sq. ft. facil ity contains s r i n weight train ing and other conditioning/fitness equ ipment, inc l ud ing an indoor j ogging tra c k . Hours: 10 am-9 pm, MTWRF, 10 am - 2 pm, Sat. ( 206) 5 5-8798. 01s n Auditorium is a multipurpose faci l ity featur i n a Sport T re d gymnasium floor and an Astroturf fieldhouse. Activi­ ties include basketball, vol l eyba ll , badmin­ ton, ha ndb a ll , racquetball, and squash. Hours: 8 am- 5 pm, MTW R , 8 am-l pm, F ( 206) 535-7 350. Swimming Pool o ffe rs a swimm ing ar a, d i v i ng pool, sunbathing area, locker and dressing rooms. Hour : 7:00-8 : 50 am and 5- 5:50 pm, MTWRF ( adults only ) ; 1 -2:50 pm MTWRF a nd 7:30-8 :30 pm MTWRFS (all ages ) ; 4-4:50 pm MTWRF ( PLU stud nts, faculty, staff only). Swim Ie sons are available for ages 4 t h rou gh adult. C all (206) 5 3 5-7370. UDiver ity Center Games Room fea t ures pool tables, table tennis, shuffleboard, and coin-operated t ab le games. Hours: 1 1 am 10 pm MTWRF. (206) 535-7498. University Golf Course is a 2,770 yard, n i ne- hole, par 35 l a you t with a reduced f e sc h ed u l e for students. Hours: d ay l ight . (206) 535-73 93. Tennis Courts Six lighted courts are ava i l able on lower campus. PLU students, fa cu l t y , staff and summe r/convention gu ests have u e priority. (206) 5 3 5- 7365. the la t

Olson P hys ica l Education Auditorium

( 1 969) con t ains a 3,200 eat a u d it o r i u m and complete indoor fac ilities fo r most port/recreation ac tivit ies. Aida Ingram Hall ( 1 9 5 5 , remodeled 1 97 1

and 1 986) hou e s t ud ios , offices and classrooms for [he Sc hool of the Arts, the Art Dep rtment, Communication an. d Theatre Department, U n i v er ity Galle ry for outside exh ibitors a nd Wekell Gallery for student works.

Xavier was built in 1 93 7 as a librar)1 with classrooms and offices on the ground floor. It would house the library until

1 967.

William O. Rieke Science Building

( 1985) prov id es admin istrative offices, laboratories, and classro o ms , alo ng w i t h a lOO-seat l ec ture hall for Bio logy, C h e m is ­ try, Earth Sc ience and P h y · i cs D e p ar t ­ ments. The bu i l d i ng was dedicated i n January 1 985. PLU East Campus ( 1 9 1 4, acq u ire d in 1 982, remodeled 1 984) ho uses classrooms, a child c a re center, a gymnasium, a nd offices for Spe c ia l Education, Marriage & Family T he rapy , a nd Social Work staff. oLTllTIunity outreach

programs such as a

We l lness Clinic, Second Wind ( for senior citizens) and family counseling op era t e with PLU East Campus as base.

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RI GHTS A r-.: O HESI'ONSI B I L ITI ES

Off.Campu

Recreation N u merous

The requirem nr not

recreational opp lrtuniti . exist close to

eduG)rion programs

th C mpus. Spanaway Park , located by Lake panaway, two mile' o u th of

to

discriminate in

& ac tivi t ies extends to

employment therein and to admission therem.

Inquiries concerning the application of said ac ts

campus, features canoe, rowboat anJ

& published regulations to this University may

paddle boat rentals in add i t i o n to swim­

be referred to:

1 . The Direc tor of Personnel, Room 1 07 , Hauge

min , horseshoes, picnic fac i l i t ies , golf and fishing. The pu b l i c Spanaway Golf Course is b e a u t ifu l championship cou rse with well-kept fairwClYs, greens and trap -. Sprinker Recreation enter, also located tw m i l e s outh of CClmpus, ha xcellent faci l it ies for tennis, track end field, softball, baseball, basketball, broom h ekey and racquetball. Sprinker a lso has a sun-bathina area, loc ker and dressing roams, and an ic skat ing arena . For program days and time or court rese r v a tions, ph ne (206) 5 3 7 -2600.

Administration Build ing, Pacific Lutheran University, telephone ( 206) 5 3 5 - 7 1 8 5 , for matter relating to employment po lici

&

grievance pr cedures for personnel employed by

the University. 2. The Assoc iate Provost, Room 1 04, Hauge

Adminis t ration Bui ld ing, Pacific Lut heran Un iversity, telephone ( 206) 535- 7 1 25 , for

mat ters re lating [0 students admissions, curriculum, & financ ial aid.

­

3. The Student Life Office, Room 1 3 0, Hauge Administration Building, Pacific Lutheran University, telephone ( 206 ) 5 3 5 - 7 1 9 1 , for

Rights and Responsibilities

matters regard ing adm inistrative policies re lating

pa rents or legal guardian,

4. The Director of Counseling

(Xln registration, the student & his or her

agree

to

as

to student & student services.

the case may be,

accept the responsibLlity & I gal

& Testing

Services, Room 1 06, Ramstad Hall, Pacific

obl igation- to pay all tuition costs, room & mea l

Lutheran U niversity, telephone ( 206) 5 3 5-7206,

incurred or the student's education. The

504 of the Rehabilitation Act.

the student certain educational programs & the

Cen ter, Pacific Lutheran Un iversity, tele phone

charges.

& ocher spec ial fees incurred or to be

U n iversity , in tum, agr usc

for matters relating to the application f Secti )n

to make avai lable to

of certain University bcil ities ,

as

5. The Director of MICA Services, University ( 206) 5 3 5 - 7 5 1 9 , for matters relating to the

applicable

& as described in the cata l g. A failure to pay

student grievance procedure.

Hinderlie Hall ,

all University bills shall release the Un iversity of

6 . Or the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights,

now an all-male

U.S. Department of Education, Switzer Bu ild ing

any obl igation to continue to provide the applicable educational

benefits & serv ices

,

330 C Screer SW, Washington D.C. 20202.

to

dorm , opened as South Hall in

i.nclud state ments of h norable d ismissal , grade

Pacific Lutheran Universi ty complies with the

FamLly Education Rights & Privacy Act of 1 974.

w house

registtarion -. The student shall also be den ied

Inquiries concerning the application of th is act

women.

admitwnce to cl asses & the LIse of University

& published regulations

fflc ilities. All accounts 60 days del inquent are

referred

routinely reported to a credit bur au.

Pre 'ident and Dean for Student Life, Room 1 J0,

reports, transcript of records , diplomas , or pre­

Pac ific Lutheran

to

Hauge Administration

niversity does not discrimi­

to

th is university may be

the Executiv > Secretary to the Vice

B uilding, Pacific

nate on the basis of sex, race, creed, color,

Lutheran University, telephone ( 206) 5 3 5-7 1 9 1 ,

national origin, age, or hand icapped condition in

or the Family Education Righb & Privacy Office, Department of Education, 330 Indepen­

the education programs or activities which it

operat

dence Avenue SW, Washington, nc. 2020 1 ,

& is requ ired by Title IX of the

Education Amendments of 1972 & the

telephone ( 2 0 2 ) 2 4 5 -0233.

regulati ns adopted pursuant thereto, by Tide VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1 Y74, & by

cction 504 of the Rehab i l itation Act of 1 973

not to discriminate in such manner.

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Setnember 1 954

1 30


PROl;RAMS

Degree Programs and Majors

Bach lor of Fine Arts Art Communication ( Broadc(lst ing,

BACHELOR'S DEGREES

Theatre)

Bachelor of Arts Anthropo logy

Legal Studies

Art

Mathemat ic s

B iology hemistry Chinese Studies lassics Communication

Bachelor of Music Piano Performance Instrumental Performance

Music

Organ Performance

Norwegian

Theor and Composit ion

Philoso[lhy

Vocal Performance

Physics

Church Music

Polit ical Science

Bachelor of Mu ic Education

Computer Science Psychology Earth Sciences

Religi()n

K-12 Choral

Economics

Scandinavian

lnstrumental-Band Emphasis

Engish

lnstrumenwl-Orchestral Emphasis

Studies

French

Social Work

German

Soc iology

H istory

Sp;J.nish

Journali m

Theatre

Bachelor of Musical Arts Bachelor of Science in Nursing Bachelor of Science in Physical Educa足 tion Exercise Science

Bachelor of Science

Health and Fitness Management

Applied Physics

Pre-Therapy

B iology hem istry

MASTER' S DEGREES

Computer Engineering omputer Science

Master of Arts in Computer Applications

Earth Sciences (Geology Specialty)

Master of Arts in Education

Electrical Engineering

Classroom Teaching

Engineering Science ( 3 - 2 )

In Fetrruar)' of

Mathematics

1 969, workers

Physics

began la)ling

Psychology

1 0 ,000 feer Astro-Turf

af

carpe ring in the Fieldhouse ,

believed to be the first large-scale ins callanan of the turf in the orthwest and

Counseling and G u idance Educational Admin istration Educational Psychology Literacy Education

Bachelor of Arts in Education

Special Ed ucation

Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education

Master of Arts in Music

Bachelor of Arts in Recreation

Master of Arts in Social Sciences

Administration

Organizational Systems

Health and Fi tness Management

Marriag and Family Therapy

Programming

lndividualized Study

Therapeutics

Master of Business Administration

Bachelor of Business Administration

Master of Physical Education

the second in the

Accounting

nation.

Finance

Master of Science in Computer Science

Human Resource Manage ment

Master of Science in Nursing

lnt mati nal Business

Continuity of Care

Management lnformation Systems

N u rsing Administration

Marketing

School N ursing

Operations Management

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Telephone Registration Registration by telephone is easy -just follow these steps! 1.

Co mplete the Tele-registratioD Worksheet. If you have never taken classes CIt PLU or you attended prior to September 1 , 1 99 1 , complete the information box on page 1 5 before you dial Te le-regi tration. Be carefu l to write on your worksheet the correct Course Code N u mber (CCN ) for courses you want, along w ith alternate courses in case your first choice is filled. The CCN can be found in the Course Schedule for Summer (p a ge 1 6 ) . If there are multiple sections of a cour e, each section has a different CCN. If there is no CCN assigned for a lab, d i�cussi()n group or workshop, you do not have to register for it. ( � ee #5 below f()r instruction on other courses w ithout C N numbers) .

[NOTE : Keep )'OUT adch'ess current so Office of any cu:ldres.� changes .J

that yo u receive

grade reports ,

transcripts , etc .

Notify

the Regis traris

6 a m to 6 pm Monday through Friday beginning March 1 5 . The last date to register fo r a course is the first day the class

2. When to register. Tele-registTation is available for summer registrations from

meets. The last day to drop courses w ithout financial penalty is: For one-week workshops: by close of business on the second day

f class.

For two-week workshops: by close of business on the fourth day of class. For four-week course. : by close of bus ine s on Friday of first week of class. For nine-week courses: by close of bus iness on Friday of second week of class.

3. Dial PLU Tele-registration off-campus at 53 1 -40 1 1 or on-campus at x 40 1 1 from any touch-tone telephone. Do not allo"" the number to ring more than four times; hang up and redial if there is no connection within that time. If you have trouble making a connection, make sure your telephone has touch-tone programming. You will be prompted for spec ific information as needed. Fol low each input w i th

#

and be sure to pause afterwards for the next prompt,

To begin tele-registration, press 2, then "#"

0 EJ

*

Enter option, for example,

*

Enter Soc ial Security N u mber, for example,

OJ 0 [I] IT] IT] W W [I] [] 0

[If you do not have a social security number but ha e been assig ned number *

I f Social Security

and then press *

a "999"

number, enter that

here] u mber is not validated by the system, press

� c:J G 0

[IJ EJ to reach the Registrar's Office for as istance,

Enter Course Code Number ( CCN ) from Course Schedule (pages 1 6-24) as 4-digit number,

then press # , for example, *

press [You

After you h�ve entered a l l your courses, to hear your schedule and confirm your registration,

c::J c::J [] 0 and then [JJ �

may use [his option

a[ any t ime [0

hear your schedule for summer]

13


TELEPIIO;-.JE REGISTRATION

.

4. Special Cases: R e gis te r in person at the Registraris Office for the following "spec i a l case" registrations. R e g u la r office hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 8 am- 1 2 : 3 0 pm,

1:30-6:30 pm; Tuesday: 9:30- 1 2:30, 1 :30-6:30, and Fr i day 8 am- 1 2 :30pm, 1 :30-5 pm. *

Add course reguirine a tally card: Obtain a tally card from the deparrment offering the

course. *

Add Independent Study and Cooperative Education cour es: Complete an I n dep e n de n t

Study *

ard and obtain th e necess ry signatures. Add a course

as

an audit or as a repeat of a prior ourse: Obtain the instructor's signature

n a d rop /ad I fo r m. and submit the form the the Registrar's Office *

WaitList

a

omplete

cour. e

a

the course can be added.

wa itl ist for m and submit it to the Registrar's O ffi ce .

5. Tuit ion is due on or b fore the first da of class. Regi ration by Tele- registration constitutes a contract between you an d PLU.

6. If you ge t "stuck." Ca l l Office of Summer S t ud i es at ( 206) 5 3 5 -7143 or Registrar's Office at (206) 5 3 5-713 l . Th is is o n ly the second summer we've done reg istra t ion e n t i re l y b telephone ­ we think it makes registration easier and more effic i e nt. But if you have a p roblem - don't get mad, get Ka re n at (206)535 - 7 1 43 ) !

TELE-REGlSTRAnON WORKSHEET

Completina the worksheet on the next

page

bef re beginn ing th registration process will make

registration by phone eas y ! l.

all 53 1-40 1 1 ( off-campus) or x 40 1 1 ( o n-campus ) from

2 . Enter O ptio n

D0

2 = lni t i a l Registration/Add

5 = Hear Schedule

3 = Drop

8=Current Balance

4=Call Forward

9 = Ex i Tele-registration

3. Enter your Social Security ( I f you have a "999"

n u mb

any touch-tone ph ne

umber

- - - - - - - - -

er, enter it here)

4. Enter the 4 -dig i t course code number (CCN ) below ďż˝,* LIST ALTERNATE COURSES ON THE WORKSHEET TO ADD IN THE EVENT THAT COURSES YOU WANT ARE FI LLED **

Re member: Follow e8ch input with

To r e turn to main menu pr If you make

a m istake,

ss

GJ

El

c lear your input and h ea r question again By p r ess i ng

14

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[2J


TELEPHONE REGISTRATION

I

CCN

Dept.

No.

Cour

Title

Credit

Time

Day

DDDDG DDDD0 DDDD0 DDDD0 DDDD0 D D D D C!J D D D D C!J DDDDG DDDD� D D D D GJ I N FO RMATI O N FOR F I RST-TIME R E G I STRANTS

P l ease call the Registrar's Office and provide the following information if you have neve r taken cour�es at PLU or if your Social Security N umber cannot be val idated by the Tele-registration system:

I

Addr

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ 55 * : __ __ __ __ __ __ __

Street Telepho ne* :

City

S tate

Zip

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ _

I Are you a 4-year college gra d uare ?__

If

0,

whe n ?

I Ethnic Origin:

Da te of Birth:

__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _

Have YOLI attended PLU before 7

__

Religious Preference*"�

__ __ __ _ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

) Asian/Pacific Islander ( ) Black/African-American ( ) Caucasian-American ( )

H ispanic-American

( ) Other ( ) N a tive-American/N ative-Alaskan ( ) Non-Resident A lien

"'Please report changes

t

Registrar's Office ''' *If Lutheran, indicate EL A , L

15

MS, or other


Course Sc hedule Summer Sessions '93 CCN CourselD

Title

Anthropology 1 247

Past

Cer;:lInic5

Art 1002

Cultures

ANTH 225

Time

of Washington State

Dates

6:00-9:00 pm

5/24-6/ 1 8

MW

:30- 1 l : J 0 Jill

5/24·6/ 1 8

MTWRF

:30- 1 1 30 am

)/24- / 1 8

8:30- 1 1 :30 am

5/24·6/ 1 8

ARTD

230

1 685 A R T D

3 Jll

1 74 3 ARTD

430

I S H ARTI)

350

�culpture I

2:00·5JlO pm

1 38 A RTD

2 50

6/2 1 ·7/1 6

11

2:00- 5:00 pm

6/2 1 · 7 / 1 6

1 292 ARTD

328

Landscape Photography

i :00-4000pm

7/26· 120

1 008 A RTD

J41

Elementary Art Education

ARTD

370

1 2 24

1619 14

ARTD ARTD

47

502

Biology 1 27 5

13I0l

1 35 2 BIOL 1 597 BIOl

lf 1 4 5 S[OL

.ramie.> 1 1 1

Scupture

ilkscreen P"ncU)g

Silkscree n Pnnring

Advanced Plocement :

1 733

III

Bio l ogy and rhe Modern Human i>!: ;

1 14

BIOtechnology

205

I-Iuman An;}coml'

B[OL

206

mOL

351

1962 Hl l

Busin

5S

1 060 BUSA

Art HI>tUfI'

1 12

*l3iology [ 462

I

Ceramics I I

Human

205 Lab

Anatomy

'Biulogy 206 lJb

SOl

World

2S[

FInanCial Accollnnng

IN R-1 34A

2

Doy [ e

G Ilcr

6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

MT\XfRF

[NGR· 1 24

Cox

1),00 ,,,,,-4:00 pm 7/19·7/23

MT\'(f11.F

INGR- 1 16

Hallum

, :00 a m · I Z , 1 5pm 5/24·6/ 1 8

MTW RF

RCTR 1 2 2

OOn

8:00 3 m· l l

l S p m 7/l6·H/20

I I :30

6/2 1 ·7 / 1 6

;)In-2: JOpm 6/2 1-7/ 1 6 7/26-8/20

1 1 :30 am-2:30pm 7/2b-8/1O

8:00

[1[11-4:00 pm 6/2 1 · 7/ 1 6

MTW RF

TWR

MTWR

354

Human Resource Manag�mcnt

6:00- 10:00 pm

1 249

US

364

Mllnagl.:nal

Finane\,;

8:45 am·1 L I 5plll 5/24-6/1 8

1 782

USA

370

1 5 39

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MTWR

1 22

RCTR I J6

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1 24

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Martin Cmytnn

Ge -

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McGinnis Alexander

4

ADMN 2 1 7

Sumner, j.

4

ADMN 2 1 7

Van Wyhe

MT\V11.

4

ADMN 2 1 5

Sumner, V.

MR

4 ADMN 2 1 5

MTWR

MTWR

Pabst

4

ADMN 2 1 9

Bancroft

4

ADMN 2 1 5

Throsher

AD\lN 2 2 1

Yage r

6/2 1 ·7/1 6

MTIVR

8:45 am· 1 2 : [ Sp", 5/24·61 1 8

MTWR

6:00- 1 0 :00 p m

7/12·8/19

I..I. R

4 ADMN 2 2 1

Daniel

4 ADMN 213

Harter

4 ADMt"l 200

Schultz

4 ADMN 2 1 9

Ptak

4 ADMN 209

Staff

1 : 1 5-4:4'5 pm

Pulicy

4

1):00 alll'

Management

02Busioc," Policy

IN 11.- 138

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350

455

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8:45 om- 1 2: 1 5pm 6/2 1 · 7 / 1 6

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INCR 1 22

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[ 344

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MT\VRF

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1 97 7 BUSA

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11:00- 1 0:45 am

Administration

MTWRF

Huel,heck

6/2 1 · 7/ 1 6

and Physio logy

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MTW RF

XAVR- 1 1 4

5/24-6/1 8

8:00· 1 0 : 4 5 am

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2

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6:00-9:30 pm

and Phy"o logy

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9:00 am-Noon

8 00 am· 1 2: 1 5 rm 6/2 1 · 7/ [ 6

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Days

1970 BUSA

520

Programming for Managers

6:00-10:00 pm

7/ 1 2 ·8/ 1 9

MW

1 1 2 1 BUSA

550

Organizational Behavior

6:00-10:00 pm

6/1·7/8

MR

"Also meets 6/1 a n d 7/6

1 7 5 9 B SA

551

Operations Management Seminar

1362

555

Bu,ioess

BUS

Strut

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6:00-10:00 pm

7/1 2·8/19

6:00-10:00 p m

6/ 1 -7/8

MR MR

'Also meets 6/1 and 7/6 1 969

BUS

564

Financial Management Seminar

6:00-10:00 pm

6/1 -7/8

MR

4 ADMN 2 1 5 Stoller

" Also meets 6/1 a n d 7/6 *

NOTE: Bold

indicates

c o urses

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C C N CourselD 1 2 72 BUSA 570

( "( lL!lZ:-;I: :-;U I E m I I . E

Title

Time

Marke ting Management Seminar

Dates

6:00-10:00 pm

6/1-7/8

Days

Cr. Room

Instructor

MR

4 ADMN 2 1 9 Thrasher

MR

4 ADMN 2 1 7

MW

4 ADMN 2 1 3 McNabb

4

RCTR 1 22

G iddinu,

4

RCTR 220

Fryhle

4

RCTR 220

T()bi�I"On

4

RCTR 220

Swank

4

RCTR 224

Hue

2

RCTR 220

SW;-1 nk

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lJ50 BUSA 582

Accounting Information and Cont rol

6:00- 10:00 pm

6/1-7/8

HegSlad

"Also mee t s 6/1 and 7/6

1093 BUSA 590

6:00- 10:00 pm

Research for Marketing Decisions

6/1-7/8

'Also meets 6/1 and 7/6 · Also see Economics 500, 504, & 543. Courses part of MBA program.

Chemistry 1 26 3

. H E M 104

1 876 CHEM 1 05

Environmental Chem istry

9 : 3 0 am-Noon

7/26-$/20

MTWR

*Chellli"ry 1 04 Lab

1 :00-4:00 pm

7/26- /20

TR

Chef ... itry of Life

9:30 am-Noon

5/24-6/ 1 8

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I :00-4:00

5/24-6/ 1 8

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'Chemistry 1 5 2 5 CHEM 1 1 5

1 369 CHEM 1 1 6

1 2 4 Cl-IEM 3 2 1

1 789 CHEM 502

Gmeral

Chemlstrv

pm

9:30 am-Nelon

6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

MTWR

·Che.m isrry 1 1 5 Lab

l :00-4:oo pm

6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

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Gener�1 1 Chemi�tr)l

9 : 30 am-Noon

7f26-8/20

MTWR

*Chcmisrry 1 1 6 Lab

I :00- 4: 00 pm

7/26-8/20

TR

Analytical Chemistry

8:00- 1 0: 4 5 am

7/26-8/20

MTIX/R

'Chemistry 3 2 1 Lab

I :00-4:00 pm

7/26- /20

MTWR

Advanced

9:oo am-4:oo pm 7/19-7/23

MTWRF

8:00 am-5 :oo pm 7/5-7/16

MTWRF

GR

109

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2:00-5:00 pm

5/24-6/ 1 8

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COMA 1 28

1689

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1 562 CO MA 3 28

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2:00-5:00

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5/24·6/ 1 8

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I 94 CO�·\A 334

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2:00-5:00 pm

7/26·8/20

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Opinion in Mass Media

2:00-5:00

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7/5· 7/1 6

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6/2 L-7/2

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6/2 1 -7 / 1 6

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Ci l l O

1 592 escl

1 37

BA�IC Technology in Intelligence Gathering:

Ted, af ,he Spy Tr"oe 1 997 CSCI 144

! ntroducr.ion to Computer Science

1 J09 CS

Dat)

1 2 70

( Pascal )

true tu rcs

9:30 am-Noon

6/21-7/16

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8:45- 1 0 : 4 5 a m

6/ 1 -7/9

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7/ 1 2 -8/20

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9:00 am-Noon

6/21 -7/2

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9:00 a m-No on

7/6-7/ 1 6

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'>/24-6/ 1 8

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MW

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*Generic

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2 ES

I 1 33

1 776 ESCI 202

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5/24-6/ 1 8

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0:00 "m·6:00 pm

5/24- / 1 8

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8:00 am- 1 2 : 1 Spm 6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

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1 208 ESC! 425

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17

6/2 1-8/20

6:00 pm 7/1 9-8/20

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NATS 350

Dates

Time

Title

CCN CourseID

Environmental Methods

of lnvt:::� tigatiun

Days

Cr. Room

Instructor

8:00 (1m-lOa pm 6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

MTWRF

4

Rem \ 02

Whitman

4

ADM. 208

Wennvonh

(Same as EDUC 503D()4)

Economics 1 1 24

ECO,

1 50

Princi p l e s of Economics

2 ,C0-4045 pm

5/24-6/ 1 1l

MT\'l/RF

1 90 1

ECON

250

Tilking Sides: An Economics Is�ue <1 Day

8 :00- 1 0:45 am

5/24-6/1

MTWRF

361

Monel' and Banking

6:00- 1 0 :00 pm 6/1 -7/8

MW

4

1 7 13 ECO

ADMN 208

Reima n

ADMN 202

Nugent

ON

375

Suviet [R.sriny: From Union to Unknown

8:00- 1 0:45 am

7/26- f20

MTWRF

4

ADMN 2 1 5

Kireyev

1(, 8 ECON

4 90

Ec nomi..: .. 0 Omdoor RL*Crf!ation

9,00 ;lm- Noon

7/2 -Sr20

MTWRF

4

O(f Campus

Reiman

1899 ECON

500' Applied Statistical Analysis

6:00- 10:00 pm

6/1-7/8

MR

4

ADMN 208 Jensen

1 5 75 ECON

504'

4

ADMN 206

Phelps

4

ADMN 2 I 2

Phelps

G I"gow

1314 E

Also meets 6/1 & 7/6 Economic Analysis and Po l i cy Decisions

6:00- 10:00 pm

6/ 1 - 7/8

MR

Also meets 6 / 1

1 450 EC O N

543'

Quantitative Methods

&

7/6

6:00-10:00 pm

7/1 2-8/20

MR

2000-4:45 pm

6/2 1 - 7/03

MT\'(IRF

MGYM 205

4:00-6,00 pm

6/7-6/ 1 7

MT\iIR

ADMN 1 1 7

M T W RF

ADM

*Part of MBA Program

Education 1 02 4 EDUC

401

I n tegrating the Art in (he EI�m. CI.s.rm

1 37

EDUC

42 1

Teachers and

1 703

EDUC

456

Stotytelling

1 582

rh� LAw

930 am - 1 2 : 1 5pm 7/26-S/5

DeBower Wellner

EDLJC

457

The Arts, Med", and Technology

330-6: 15 pm

TW R

LlBR ins r . lab Chumey

1 6 52 EDUC

485

The Gifted Child

9,00 001-4000 pm 7/1 9-7/23

MTWRF

ECAM I I

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1 2 0 1 EDUC

5OJAOI

9030

Sat_

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1001 El lUC

503)

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50JD04

2

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6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

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A

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,OO am- 1 :00 pm 6/2 1 - 7/16

MTWRF

12 10-2:20 pm

Leade"

M N 206

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503F06 Instructional

4

RCTR 102

Wh,tnwn

Lam(ls

Language Am Curriculum

Me t ho<.ls- E " r lv Childhood

9,00 am- I 2 :00pm 7/6-7/ 1 6

MTWRF

Rem 2 2 1

9:.30 am- 1 2:JOpm 7/6-7/ 1 6

MT\'VRF

ADMN 2 1 9

Glasgow

1 667

EDUC

503G i lvlulticulturnl Chi ldren's Literature

9,00 3m-4000 pm 7/ 1 9-7/2 1

MTW RF

A OMi' 1 1 7

R ickey

1518

EDUC

503H08 Wctbnd

9,00 am-4:00 pm 7/ 1 9-7/23

MT\i/RF

RCTR 1 1 6

Churney

MTWRF

A DMN 209

Nelson

TWR

RCTR 1 1 6

Chu rney

MTWRF

ADMN 204A Lew!<

1447 EDU

1081

SOJI09 Current

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503j l 0 1

EDUC

503K 1 I

1 1 72 E

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Environment,,1 MethoJs of Inv' tigati on

(same <15 1 888 EDUC

& 6/5

9,00 am- 1 2:oorm 6/2 1 -7/2

502)

50lC 1 Communication fot (Same as NAT:; .350)

! J 70 EDUC

lim· 5 3 0 pm 5/29

503802 Apple\\'orks for Tcoche" (same n,

1 7 22

PED 4 8 5 )

Ch il d Abuse and Prevention (wrQC as SPED

1902 EDUC

(some '

7{26- /20

216

Explorati<'ln

I.<su","

in Early Chi ldh ood Educatiun 9:30 am-1 2 : I S p rn 7/26- {6

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Pictur Boo k s

and H e.. lth

1 2: 3 0- 3 1 5 pm

in Ch i ldren', Lrte,mure

1 503 EDUC

505

Currenr fs.sl1es

1891 ED UC

5 06

Found. of School

in Urcracy

Libr.

Education

7/2(,-

{20

2,00-4045 pm

/ -8/20

9 : 3 0- 1 0045 am

7/26-R{20

MT\'VRF

5/24-6/ 1 8

MW

Media Crr. Mgmnt. 5 :00-7:30 pm

2

J\DMN 2 1 7

Lewi5

ADMN 200

Baldwin

'Also meets I Sat. 9 : 00 am-3:00 pm

1 7 2 3 EOUC

507

P r inc i r l es o( O'llaniza tion. Retrieval,

& Svc.

!l :OO - I O AS am

6/2 1 -7/ 1 6 •

1 265 EDUC

508

Pri ncrpies of B i b lillgr:r phic Analysis & Cntrl .

,00-10:45 am

6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

2

TR

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& 4th

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Boldwin/Hynes

Frid"y

MW

2

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curro

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"Also mee" 1 609 EDliC

509

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of Collect i o n

R:OO- I 0:4 j

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"m

7/26-8/20

MW

I ,r & 2

" Al so meets 1st

&

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1 5 l l ED UC

510

AcquiSi tion

ED 'C

511

Strategies for Lit.

1 007

Development rn

the

&

Lit. 9 , 1 0 '''1'1- 1 2 : I Spm 6/2 1 - 7/3

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MTWRF

9:30

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18

2

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LlRR c urr

&

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3

Title

Time

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2:00-445 pm

Cr. Room

Instructor

ED e 5 28

Seminar: Con tin u i n g Level Te�lchers C h i lJren's L iternt u n..:

530

In

the

6:00-10:00 pm

K·8 Curriculum

ehi lJren', Wnt i ng

Media Techniquc, ( o r School L iteracy S p c .

1 1 43 EDUC 5 3 7

6/2 1 -7/1 6

MTWRF

4

ADMN

217

Lewi4 Cumsrock

·Also

1 7 ) 3 EDUC

Days

Language & Lit"rncy Development: Assessmem & Instruction

1 1 22 EDUe 5 1 5

lOBI

Dates

7/19-7/23

meets Saturday,

MTWRF

2

ADMN 1 1 7

DeBower

6/19, 9:00 am-3:00 pm

6/2 1 - 7/ l 6

MTWRF

ADMN 1 1 7

Hyn�

9:00 am-4:00 rm 7/19-7/23

MTWRF

2

ADMN 2 1 7

Le.wl�j

TR

2

L1BR instr.

1 2 : 10-145 pm

:00- 1 045 am

Comstock 7/26- /20

Steinbcrs/ Sorenson

1 545 EDUC

53�

mue 544 0 1

Saar. for Whole L ite rat u re In,truction Research a n d

K - 1 2 9:00 .m-4 : 00 pm 7/ 1 9-7/23

Pm 'fJ.m Eva l u at i o n

8:00- 9: 1 5 am "Tally

EDUe 544 02

& 4th

' A bu meets 2 nd

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TWRF

7/2h- /20

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STall

MTWRF

2

ADMN 2 1 1 A

MTWRF

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ADMN 2 l l A So,f!

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2

ADMl 2 1 1 B Olson

MTW R F

2

ADMN 2 1 1 B Oslon

MTWRF

2

ADMN 2 1 1 A

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2

ADMN 1 1 7

Ulrich, E.

c mel rc qu ircJ

ROO-9 : 1 � am

R 'search and ProgrJrn Evaluation

6/2 1 -7/1 6

FriJay>

*T�lly c.ard required

EDUe 545 EDUC

01

545 02

Methods

& Tcchnique5 d Res<:�rch

Method-

, Techniques of Research

4:00- :OO pm

1/24-6/ 1 8

9:30- 1 0:45 am

6/2 1-7/ 1 6

>'f, lIly orrl required

.,- ally EDUC 545 03

Methods

& Techniques of Research

card required

3 : .30-4:45 pm

7/26-8/20

'Tally card requ i red

School Finance

5 : 00-8:.30 pm

6/2 1 -7/16

TR

Educatiuoal Law

1 2 : 30- 1 :4 5 pm

6/2 1 -7 / 1 6

MTWRF

1 34 2 EDUe 5 5 2

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6:30-10:00 pm

6/2 1 -7/16

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I I: 0 E DU ; S 5 -

Adm i n str.1 i rion

1837 EDUe 5 5 0

1 920

1 492

ED C 5 5 1

mue

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1010

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1 2 12

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EDUC 5 97

& Sllpe.r\'i�ion

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ADMN Z 1 7

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9:30- I O:4� am

7/26-8/20

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2

ADMN 204B B"ughman

6:00·9:30 pm

5/24-6/ 1 8

TR

2

ADMN 2 1 2

1 2: 3 -3: 1 5 pm

7/26-8/20

MTWR

ADMN 1 1 7

Baughman

H isrory of Education

9:30· 1 1 :20 am

6/2 1 -7/ 1 6

MTWRF

ADMN 2 l O

Pete.-.en

Independent Study

TEA

5/24-8/20

TBA

TBA

Staff

T BA

2 TRA

Sraff

TBA

3-4

TBA

\'Y./orbhup

Curriculum Development omp:'lranve Educ3{ion

Staff

*T.lIy card required ED C 598

Studies in

EDLJC

ThesIS

599

T BA

EduC3 Ion

5/24-8/20

·T�II\, curd req u ited

Ed ucational Psychology

TBA

5/24-8/20

5/29 & 6/26 Sat./ nil'

1 1 38 EPSY 503AO I

Counselor Superv�i<lO (Peer Review)

8:00 a111 - 4:00 pm

RAMS 206

H ayde n

1 488 E P"'Y 503 002

Crisi� I ntervention

9:00 am- 1 2 :00pm 6/2 1 -7/2

MTWRF

2

RAMS 206

K ral ick

1 756 EPSY 503C03

A !cuhel

9:00 am· I 2:00pm 7/5 - 7 / 1 6

MT\VRF

2

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Sraff

9,00 a m - I 2:00pm 7/26-8/6

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1 2:00-4: 1 0 pm

6/2 1 - 7/ 1 6

MTR

1 99 1 E P Y 1 52 2

IJ

7

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EPSY

5 3D04 535 536

1 0 1 3 EPSY 569 1 254

EPSY 5 7

1 6 2 3 EPSY

583

& Drug Ahll,e

Violence in

F

the Fa m ily

und:itioru o r Guidance

A(fccrivc Clo."",om Tcchniqlle.

RAMS 206 4

RAMS 206

1 2:30-4:00 pm

8/9-8/20

MTWRF

2 RAMS 2C-6

Career Guidance

4: 10-9:00 rm

6/2 1 - 7/ 1 6

MTR

4

Behavior Problems

4 : 30-9:00 pm

Issues

4:30-9:00

in

Exceptionality

19

pm

RAMS

206

raft

Staff Hayde.n

Scaff

5 /24 - 6/ 18

MTR

RAMS 206

I-Iayd�n

5/24-6/ 1 8

MW

RAMS 204

Gerlach

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Special Education I OJ� I

LSI

SPED

S PE D

SPED

290

398 399

Inm>uun ion to L(;;: ,rnint;

Assess m ent In SlX'cmI

Pr"cr.iculH

Di.\(Jb t llties

& R�mc,li,,1

Ed.

i n SpecIal Educarion

9 0 3 0- 1 [ 2 0 Jill

SPED

Pormer:shl p

403

Parem{pmf"",wnol

407

Curro

1 932 SPE D

408

Career & VOL Ed. ror E x c ep t tun a l [udent'

SPED

475

Supervising

1 7 96

1 285

1 6JO

SPED

485

Para- prof ·",ion"i>

MTWRF

ECAM 1 3

Rallo

6/2 1 -7/2

MTWRF

ECAM I

Smfi

TM

5/24-8/20

TI1A

ECAM

J

9:00 arn-4:00 p m 7/ 1 9-7/2 3

MT\VRF·

ECf\l\! J j

7/26-8/20

MTWRF

7/26-8/6

MT\XiRF

ECAM 1 3

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7 / 1 0 & 7/ 1 7

SaL/only

ECAM

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ECAM I I

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49 2

M e thnd

1l' .J

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5 13

Lmgu"�e

SPED

5201 5 2 1 Special

(same a" EDUC

1 52'3 SPED

540

Early intervention

1 780

54 1

A...,ssmcnr

SPED

575

SPED

595

ln rroduc tion

1 1 29

SPED

SPED

SPED

5 J8

598

I

Elem./Sec.

bue> tn LeJ rn :n g

Di.' . l b i lltlcs

Programs

of InLtnt> & Preschool."

to Cnllaborative Consulting

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Inrernship

2:00-445

Rei,belg

H irshman

TR

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Lewis

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6/2 1 · 7/ 1 6

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7/ 1 9 - 7/2 3

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Cr. Room

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Time

the.

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6/6.6/ 1 1

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6:00·9:00

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6/2 1 · 7/ 1 6

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6/24-7/22

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CCN CourseID

Dates

Time

Days

Instructor

Cr. Room

Religion 1 1 1 7 REL!

121

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1 694 RaJ

131

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Course Descrip tions Summer Sessions '93 ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH 225 Past Cul tures of W. hington State 2 cr ) lind 1 - Jul" 1 6 6 :00 pm - 9 :00 pm M W Nfl t ive A me ricans havE' lived in \'(/ as h i n g to n State for at least the last 1 2 ,000 years. T h i s c o u 'e explures tht: cultures of the people in c uasr:a l and i n te rior Washi gton beg i n n i n g with the first nort h", :.terners . \'(/t: the n examine t he way that c u ltures c.hanged rh. ro ugh time un e L l the emergence of th e di stinctive cultur<:'s observed by the e a r l. i e st European vi.s it( l[S to the area. Tuition: $2 2 5 pe r semester hOLl r. XAVR 1 1 4 ( Huelsbeck)

ART ARID 230/330/430 - Ceramics 1, il, III 4 c r Ma)' 24 - June 1 8 8 : 30 am - 1 1 : 3 0 a m M TWRF A m u l t i - lev el ceramics c o u n;c of i nterest to begi nners, teachers, and th ose with experience. Trad i t ional methods of gLas work i nc l uding \ hee l throwing and h and b u i l d i ng , as well as glaze for mat ion, a i r brushing, and firi ng tech11iques. I n c l ud es a survey of the history of contemporary ce ra m i cs . No prerequ is ite:;, 230 In U l> [ be r a k n before 330; 3 3 0 before 430. Tu i t ion : $225 per �e mes ter hour. Course Fee: $ 3'5.00. IN R 1 44 ( Keye )

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ARID 3 4 1 - Elementary Art Education 2 cr May 24 - Jtme 1 8 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 3 0 pm TR A stucly of c.reativ g ro wt h and deve lopment; a r t a $ studio projec t; hi:;ror and t h e ra p y in t h e classroom. Tu i t io n : $ 2 2 5 per seme�te.r hour-. Cuur-se fee: $20 INGR 1 2 2 ( Ad i x )

ARTD 370/470 - Silkscreco Prin ting 4 c r 2 1 - July 1 6 9 : 0 0 a m - Noon ;fT\'(iRF The cbs. w i l l expose swdcnts to most of the common merhods of ·creenprint ing. All of the various stencil procedures w i l l be covered wi th e m ph as i on photo rec hn iques. Printing on pap r, fa bri c and other sui-faces w i l l be a poss i b i l ity. The t e c hn i ues covered s h o u ld he of i n te res t to both fi n e art and grn p h i c a l l y i n c l i ned ind v[ciuals. No prior experience n e e �sary; clrawlng is helpful. J 70 mu:\t be camplere efore 470. Tu i t ion : $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. Course Fee: $ 3 5. 00 INGR 1 24

June

(Cox)

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Art course descriptions continue .

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ARTO 250/3 50 - Sc ulpture 1 and 11 4 cr 2 I - July 1 6 2 : 00 p. m . - 5 :00 pm MTWRF Sculpture [ p rovid es 3n i n t roduction to the rb ree-d i mens ionJ.l an form with In e m p h as i s on design e l emen includ ing planes, m8!>�es , vol u mes, and textures. Variolls materla ls, sl l c h a pic re r , wood, a n d metal:" a r e u t i l i ze d i n problem $ C J ! v ing s i. tuat i o n s . Sc u lpture I I o ffe r:; more advanced instruction i n the d isci l i n e . 2 50 must b · takt'n before 3 5 0 ; 3 50 mf.l'y' be tak en t w ke. Tuinon: $225 pe r se meste r h our . Cou rse fee: $40.00 [ N O R 1 3 8 ( Doyle)

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per ept ion of t he natural e n v ironment and

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ARTD 502 - Advan ed Placement Institute: Art H istory 2 c r Jui), 1 9 - Juiy 23 8:00 am - 4:00 pm MTWRF An intensive experience for teachers \Vho have caught or p l a n to reach AP Art History in high scho I . Cou rse focuses on the maj o l" mon u­ ments and appruaches to the v isual arts of the western world from the Stone Age through the Modern era. The course includes slide lectures and d iscussions of pan i cul a l" mt-h istorical periods and styles. Cons iderable atlention is also gi en to curriculum p lanning, textbook 'elect ion, teaching strategies, testing methods, Lsual resources, and te chniq ues for writing about the v i ual a ns . The course assumes l ittle or no background in Art History and \velcomes teachers from a variety of discipl ines, suc h as the studiO Jnd performing ar , H istory, and Engltsh. Tuition: $250 per semester hour. I OR 1 1 6 ( Hallam)

BIOLOGY BlOL 1 1 1 - Biology and the Modern World 4 cr May 24 - June 1 8 8 : 00 am - 1 2 : 1 5 MT\X-'RF An introduction to bio logy, primarily designed for non-biology major . Fu ndamental concept.> chosen from all areas of modern bio logy inc ludin cr the env ironment, popul a t ion , human anatomy and phy iology, ge netics, evolution, and biological control. Includes laboratory. o prerequ isite,; sati fit!S 0 ·R. For further information, c ntact Dennis Martin, ( 206 ) 535-7 564. Tu i tio n : $225 per semester hour. RCTR 1 22 ( Martin)

In 1 986, PL 's Family and hildren's enter was

featured on an NBC-TV program .

B I L 1 1 4 · Biotechnology 4 cr July 26 - At/R om 2 8 : 00 am - } 2: I S MTWRF An introduc rion to me rapidly dev loping app l ied science, biotech nology. Topics range from trad it ional food fermenration to lhe controversial medical and agriculrural applica­ tions of gene c loning. Emphasi.s is on basic science principles and the impact of biotech­ nologies upon society. Format includes lectures, videotape segments, and bborarory experiment.>. Thi,; course i designed fo r the non-hiology major. No prerequisites; satisfies CUR. For further information, conract Arthur .Je , ( 206 ) 53 5-7496. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per scm ter hour. RCTR 136 ( Gee) B lOL 205 • Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr June 21 - J il l)' 1 6 8 : 00 am - ! 0 :45 am MHVR *Lab: I 1 : 30 am - 2 :30 pm H'(IR Identical in content to the fal l semester BlOl 205 class. lecture topi include: matter; cells and [isou s ; nervous, endocrine, skeleta I, and muscular systems. Laboratory includes: human ske letal system; cae dissection; experiments in muscle physiology and human reflexes; special senses. Required for nursing and physic al edu ation curricula. 10 prerequi ire:. F r further information, contact. Tom ad.son, (206 ) 53 '>-7 549. Tuition: $225 per semester hour. RCTR 1 1 5 ( lerum) BIOL 2 0 6 • Human Anatomy and Physiology 4 cr July 26 - Aag'US[ 20 8:00 am - 1 0 :45 am MTWR * Lab I 1:.30 am - 2: 30 pm TWJ( Continuing cl as from BIOl 205, Human Anatomy and Physiol gy, Or can be taken independently if prerequ isite is me t . Identical in content to the spring seme ter BlOl 206 c lass . Lecture topics include: circ ulatory, respiratory, diaestive, excretory, and reproduc­ tive system ; metabolism; temperature reglilati n; stress, human development. Laborawry includes: cat dissect ion; ph ·· slolo y xperiments; study of developing organism,. Prerequisite : BIOl 2 0 5 , Human Anatomy and Physio logy, or equivalent. For further informa­ tion, contact Tom arison, ( 206) 535-7 549. Tuition: $225 per semester hour. RCTR l I S (Carbon)

BlOL 1 1 2 - Humanistic Botany 4 c r - Jilly 1 6 8 : 00 am - 1 2 : I S MT\X-'RF An introduct.ion to rhe basic principles of bio logy with an e mp h a is on plan ts and their impact on peop l e . Top ics include: basic plant struct ure and function ; poisonous pi nts; medicinal p la nts; food plants; propagation of house plants; home care of plants; plant identification. Includes laboratory. 0 prerequis ites; satbfies UR. For fu rther information, conract Mike CraytOn, ( 206) 535 -7547 . Tu iti n: 225 per semester hour. RCTR 1 2 2 (Crayton)

June 2 1

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BIOL 35 1 • N a tural History of the Pacific Northwest 4 c r

}wte

2 1 • ./ui), 1 6 8 00 am · 4 ·00 pm MTWRF An m t rud uc t i o n to the n a r ur a l hiscory and li terat ure of the Pac ific Northwest : geology, c l imatol ogy , ocea nography, ecology, com mon l ife forms, and human i m pac t from the Cont inent:Jl :helf ro the lumhia Bas i n . I ncludes one day field trip [0 Pu et Sound and t he 3scades, as \ ell a thr e day trips to the 01\ pic Peninsula and to th Co l u m b i n Gorge a nd Bac m . Travel fee : $ 7 5 . For fu rther informatiun c n ct R ic h a rd M G innis, ( 2 06) 5 3 5 · 7 5 70. T u i t ion: $ 2 2 5 per eme··ter hour. R TR 1 24 (Mc innis)

BIOL 501 - Advanced Placement Institute: Biology 2 cr juJy I - jldy 23 8 : 00 am 4 : 00 pm MTWRF

An instit.ute designed for h igh schoo l t e ac h e rs pr p ar i ng ro uffe r Advanced Pl a c e me n t B i loo-y. The i n � t i tu r e ad res . c ntenr for an advcll1ced placement course, the ad va n ced p lacement lest , revicw of tex.t materialJi, and an

overv iew o f ty p i c a l c ollege general biology c u d ··igned fo r p ot e n t ia l biology majors. major emphasis i s laboratory exerc i�es; parl ic i p, n carr ' Out ex e r c i s es suirable (or Advanced PU em nt Bio logy courses. The lI1sliwte is conduc[Cd by college facu .lty w i t h e , peri e nc t' reaching general bio logy, a n d b high school teachers who c urren Iy o ffer dvanc >d Pia ement courses. For fu rther inform, t ion, contact Tom ar\.:;on, ( 206) 5 3 5-7 549. T u it io n: $ 2 5 0 per semester h JUt. RCTR 1 1 5 (A lex,nder)

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUSA 281 Financial Accounting 4 cr May 2 4 - june 1 8 : 45 am · 1 2 : 15 pm MH,(!R An introduction to ae ount ing concep and prill iplc.s. Valuation theories i n the U.S.

BUSA 2 8 2 Managerial Accounting 4

cr

june 21 - july 16 8 : 45 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm MH'(!R I n t rod uct io n to the use of ac cou nt in g data in plann ing, control, and decis ion makin '. Top i cs inc lude cost-volume- profit re la ti o ns h i p · , co"t a cc o u nt i ng me thoJs , managemcm accouming 'ystem' and b u dge ti ng ; spread.shect app l i ca ­ tions; imcrnational a plicatlons of performance cv al u::J.t i on systems. Prerequisite: BUSA 28 1 , Fi na nc i a l Accounting; MATH 1 2 , Linear Models and Ca lc u lus, An Inrruduction; esCI 2 20, mputer ized l n for ma ti o n 'ystems \ i th BA I ; S p ho m o re standing. T u i t i o n : $ 2 2 5 per sem rer hour. A DMN 2 1 7 (Van Wyhe) BUSA 3 5 0 Ma nage m en t 4 c r May 24 - june 18 8 : 45 am - 1 2 : 1 5 1ml MH,(!R A critical e x a m in a ti on of the prin tples and l'roces-es of adm i n istration in an inc reas ingly interna tional contex.t. Management tech n iques clnd the fu nc t ion s of planning, orga nizi n o, leading, d i re c r i ng , and contro l l ing ate d iscussed from [he c lassical, behavioral, and more recem i n tegrat ive p o i n of view. I nc lud the study of concepts and charac teristics related specifically to the op ra t io n, func tion. In troduction to case a n a lysis and problem lliving tec hniqu . Prerequbite : E I 1 50, P r i n c i p l es of Eco n om ics ; 5T A T 2 3 1 , I n t rod u tory Statistics (may b c( ncurre nt ) ; BU A 28 1 , Financial ACcOlm ting; Junior s ta nd i n g. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester huut. ADMN 2 1 5 ( S linUTIer, V . ) BUSA 354 Human Resource Management 4 cr jul), 1 2 · AU&TU.lt 1 9 6 : 00 pm - 1 0 :00 pm MR Deta i l ed ex a m i n at io n of the behavior of indi v iduals and grou ' in bu i ne ss organiza­ tions, with e mp hasis on pol ic l es and pracric for lving p ro ble m, . Fundamental ' d pefS nn e l/h um a n re ource procedures in the U.S. and other countries. International aspects of h u m a n res urce management provide insight i n to the problems of managing for e i g n o pe rati on

. Pr e re q ui s ite : BUSA 28 [ , Financial A c co un ti n g ; BUSA 3 50, Manage­ ment; E 0 1 50. Prin c i p l es of Economics; 5TAT 23 1 , Inr r uctary S t a t istics; J u n i or rand in . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per se me ste r hour.

( rnpared to [hose in other nat ions. Prepara­ tion ( manual an i computer) and a n al ys i s uf fi na nc i a l r por . Prerequ isite: Sophomore ·anding. T L1 i l io n: $ 2 2 5 per :;emcsrer hour. ADM N 2 1 7 C um me r, ] . )

ADMN 2 1 5 ( Pabst)

Business course descriptions continue .

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In 1 93 3 , the " Tacoma Times " reported (l protest by young men on the PLC campus : "The sight of women's hemlines diving earthward made me fellows at PL . . . 5 0 furious they pitched their razors into the thicl<(?ts and planted peumias in their sha'ving mugs . " They vowed not to shave umil l,rirl.s ' hemlines returned to the knee .


CUURSE I )ESU, I PTIONS

BUSA 364 Ma nage ri a l Finance 4 cr May 24 - June 1 8 :45 am - 1 2 : 15 fJm MT\:ijR Imrodu cion to t he princ ipal problc:ms, theories �md proceJun:s of financial man3'e ­ ment: valuation. financial planni ng, financial statement analy is, c a pi ta l asset acquisition, coSt of capital, financ ing srrateg i �< ( i ncluding capi w l suucttlre theory and d ividend pol ic y ) , manage ment of work ing cap ital accuunts, and

fin a nc i a l dimensions of i nternational trade ( inc lud i ng foreign exchang-e risk, cou n t ry rbk, mmsl, tiun ga in� and losses ) . Prerequisite : CSCI 2 20, Computemed I n formation I cems wit h BA IC (or equ ivalent ) ; ECON 1 50 , Principles of Economics; M TH 1 2 8, Linear Models and Calculu�, An Imrod uc t ion ; STAT 2 .3 1 , I ntrod u ctory Stati tics; BUSA 28 1 , Fi na n c ia l Accounting; J u n ior stanclin . Tuition: $225 per seme-cer hour. ADMN 2 1 9 ( Banc roft)

BUSA 455 02 Busine s Policy 4 cr July 1 2 - August 19 6 : 00 1nn - 1 O :00 1ml MR e description under RUSA 45 5 I, above. Tuition: ' 2 25 per seme t e r hour. A DM N 2 2 1 ( Daniel)

BUSA 520 Programming for Managers 4 cr July 1 2 - Angu.sr 1 8 6:00 /)m - 1 0 :00 pm M \\7 mputcr proornmming including bra nc h in a , looping, subs ripts, input/olltput, ch, racter man ipul at icm, �Llbro llt' ines , fi le ma.ni p u lations, wrage and retrieval . Advanced work with software pac kages. Prerequisite: B A 505 , M flnagemenr Use of omputc[s. Tuit ion: 395 per semester hour. ADtvlN 2 1 3 ( Harter)

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50 O rganizatio nal Behavior 4 cr I - July 8 6 00 pm - 1 0 : 00 pm M R "als() ./tme 1 & JIIly 6 The study of open sociotechnical ystems within which a man< g� must operate. Three major perspective are encompa ed: The

BUSA

June

BUSA 370 Mark ting Systems 4 cr Jlme 2 1 - July 1 6 1 : 1 5 pm - 4 :45 pm MT\.V R The flow of goods and servi es in the '. . and global e c on o mies; economic m : d behavioral approaches t the analysi of domestic and i nternat ional demand; the role of markecing functions in busi ness and not [or- profit organ. izations. Determ ination of cl m a rk e t ing mix: prod u c t po l icy , pric ing, cha nn e l s and

Ez:m Meeker was one of the few who spoke ow against an 1 885 movement tn Tid the area of

hinese . He insiswl. rhat the Chinese were

here "unner our

law� , entitled to

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external organizati n environment, includ ing

lega l , e t h i ca l, soc i,,[, cc nomic, political, antI intcmational u:lflu nces; the organiwtion i tself as an emit)'; and ill imernal o rgan i za t ion t!nv ironment. Compar OilS with administrative pran ices in ot her countries and c ultm s. Prerequisite: BU A 502, Fundamentals of Managem nt and lv!arketing. T u it io n: $395 p e r semester hour. ADMN 200 ( Sc h u l r z )

ph),'ical J i�rribution, and milrkering communi­ c a ti o n s . Prerequisite: ECON 1 5 0, Principl . ' o Econom ics; MATH 1 2 8 , L i n ar Models and Calcu lu ) An I ntroduction; STAT 2 I , I ntroducrory tatist ics; USA 2 8 1 , Financial Account ing; J u n i o r standing. Tu i t ion: $ 2 2 5 per seme rer hour. ADM 2 1 5 (Thrasher)

BUSA 5 5 1 Operations Management Seminar

4

Augus t 1 9 6 :00 inTI - 1 0 :00 J)m MR rudy of key c o n c ep ts , pra r ices, and techn ique' applicable to l\\anagement of p roduct io n of <Joods and se r v ices including work-faCi lity-design, planning, 'cheJulina, quality co nt ro l , and mat.eriaL m a n a.geme nt and advan .ed internationally competitive manufacturing practic ' . rganizational impac . of prod u ction systems. Case ana l 'ses used to addr s complex ituations. Prer quisite: B S 5 0 2 , Fundamentals of Managem nt and Marketing; BU 505, Managem nr se of ompucel""; BUSA 5 50, Org, ni:!ati o na l Behav ior and Environ men t ; EC 504, Economic Anu lysis (lnd P o l i c y De isions; ECON 54 , QlIflntitative Methods. T u i t io n : $ 95 p e r ·cmesrer hllur. A DM 2 1 9 ( Prak)

BUSA 455 01 Business Policy 4 cr

a II managemen t and llsiness functioru i n suppurt uf organ izational 0 ject ives. Impl ica­ t ions 0 resource ava i labi l ity, r ch n o logy and the economy; education, re.l igion , ethics anJ personal values; soc i a l respons i b i l i t y ; public policy; and int ernational relatiom fo r top m,magcmem decisiun:. I nc l ude' comprehen­

'ive case analy es . Prerequisite: B 28 1 , Financ i a l Accou n t i ng ; B SA 282, Manage­ ll1.ent Account i ng; BU ' A 350, tv!anagemcn t ; BU A 3 54, H u m a n R eso u rce Management; BUSA 364, Managerial Finane ; BU A 3 70,

Marketing Systems; MATH 1 28, Li n a r Models and ku[u:;, An I ntroduction; C 2 20, Comp llcerized I nformation Sy ·tems with BASI ; E 0 1 50, P ri nc ip les of Economics; STAT 2 3 1 , I ntrod u c tory Statistic; Senior r se me

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stand ing. Tu i t ion: $225 ADMN 2 2 1 ( Yager)

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BU A 5 5 5 Bus iness Str.ltegy and Policy 4 cr J : 00 pm MR

jW1l' 1 - Jilly 8 6 : 00 pm "a/$ l Jzme I and .July 6

An imcgmred management [I pp roac h based o n J e i 'ion-making anal) is in complex c a es and 001rr hensi ve field situations. Advanced reading� and l ib ra ry r" carch i nte g ra te concep of m a n ageme m and b u s i ness functions i nc lu d i n , con;; ideration of le oa l , social, and i n tcrnation::Jl aspects of r he busine environ­ m e n t . Prerequisite: BU A 5 5 1 , Ope ra t i on s M�U1agement Seminar; B SA 564, Financi;ll Mana )ement Sem inar; B A 'i 70, !lark l i ng Man�gemem Se m i n a r . T uzdon: $ 39 5 per scm ter hour. ADM 209 ( ·taff)

BU A 564 Financial Manageme nt Seminar 4 cr June 1 - Jul-y 6 : 00 (Jln - / 0 : 00 pm MR "'also Jtme I ant/ July 6 A na l i elf )pl i m" l fi n a nc ial po l ic ies . I nten· �ive L n vestigation of t he \'<l l u <l t i on process and iL re u l t ing impact un firm i n vesrmen t , financ infJ, and d i v idend p o li c i es . Discussion of lh i m p l i ar ions of imcrnational financing a z d inv . tin acti i.ties. Extensive use of the case method. Prereq uisite: B A 50 L , Fundament als of AccoutHing and Fimu1ce; B S 505, Ma n a gemcm Use of Corn.purer ; ECON 5 4, Economic A n a l y s i s and Po l ic y Deci'ion" ; 'ON 54 , Quantitative Me thods. Tuition:

BUSA 590 Resear h for Marketing Decisions 4 cr June I - Jul)' 8 6 : 00 pm - 1 0 : 00 pm MW �'also June I and July 6 n:sea rc h in decision-making proces ' Prereq­ u is i te: B SA 5 0 2 , Fundamentals of Manage­ ment and Ma rketing; ECON 504, Ec o n o m i c Anal zsis a n d Policy Dec i s ions. Tu ition: $395 per 'emester h o u r. ADMN 2 L 3 ( tv! Nabb)

Techn iques �ll1d use� of markering

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For MBA also see Economics 500 , 504, and 543 , page 35

CHEMISTRY CHEM JuLy

Inrrexluction to ma rk ring srr:ltcgy d 'cbions in horh dom sric and i n te rn n Lo na l conTexts; In r kel i ng r' nllrc� a l loc at i o n deci ' ion in a c <' l mpe ti r i e selling envi mnmen r ; markeling alternatives for borh consumer and i nd u s tr i a l

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1 04 - Environmental Chemistry 4 cr ttgus t 20 9: 30 am - Noon MTWR

"'Lab: TR 1 :0 I)m - 4 : 00 Inn Basic principle of ch e mi c a l struc t. u re� and react ions and p r ac t i c a l app l i c at ions; ove r v iew

of c hemistry and irs i mpact on soc iety; >cientific method; prob le m solvi ng k iLls; c u r ren t t pies in en v i ronment al and con um r ch misery (e.g., po lym e rs , to, ic mate r i a ls , radioactivity, po l l u t i o n , food additive . cosmetics and drugs ) . Preparatory ro HEM

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$395 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 5 C'roller)

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4 :00 (Jill

enera l , organic, and biuch m isrry p e rt i n e n t

to che m ical proc es in the human org,mi m; suitable for libera l rt wdents and pr()spe rive teachers, Meets G R. tudents who helVe not completed high hool chcmisny s ho u l d tak CHEM L 04 before ta k ing CHE ! 1 05 . Tuition: � $2 2 5 per s me ·ter hour. RCTR 2 2 0 ( Fryh le)

goods and servic . Prerequisite: BUSA '1 0 2 , FWtdamental of M a nagement and M a rketing; BUSA 5,, 5 , Managelnt: nr s e of C mputcrs; E � 04 . Economic An a l ys i s and P l iey Oeci io ns ; E 54 , Quanriwtive M· thods. Tuition: $395 pe.r seme te,r hol i L ADMN 2 1 9

(Thrasher)

BUSA 582 Ace unting Information and Control 4 c r

J z me I - July 8 6 : 00 p m "also june I anJ .Ju!)' 6

-

/ 0 :00 p m M R

Appli J t ion

of a count ing information, rv ices and ystem:i to managem l1t problems. I mpact on decision maklno by int e rn atio n a l

Chemis try

accounting pra c ti

cs. Prerequis ite : B ,A SO L , FW1damel1tals of Accounting a n d Finance; B 505, Managemen t Use of Com uter .

Tuition: $395 per semester hour. ADM

( Hegs[ad )

217

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course descriptions continue

.

On December 23rd . / 955 ,

PtC and the College of Puget Sound siR11Rd

a

/leace treaty with

intent to end

cam/Jus raids and viciolls rivalry .


C HEM 1 1 5 , 1 1 6 - General Chemistry 4 cr

CHEM

11

- June 2 1 - July 1 6 9 : 3

am -

CHINESE (also see languages)

oon

M TWR " Lab: TR 1 :00 pm - 4 :00 pm

HEM I 1 6 - July 26 - August 20 9:3 am - Noon M1WR '"Lab: Tn 1 :00 pm - 4 : 0 pm ir r erne reT topics include the structure of

CHIN 4 7 2 Meet Modern China 4 cr

June 2 2 - August 2 0

CLASSICS (also see languages ) CLAS 250 Classical Mythology 4 c r May 24 June 1 1 1 : 00 a m - 1 :45 p m MT\.V RF I n t roduc.rion to c lassical m tholo 'y; study of the majur m y t hs of Greece and Rome r hroug h •

220 (Tobiason, Swa n k )

the tex ts of Homer, Hes iod , the

CHEM 321 - Analytical Chem is try 4 cr

emph,s is o n the trad itions of mythology, going back to pert.inent Mesopotamian a nd Hitt i te

methods of quan i «H ive a n a l y s i s , selected inSTrumentll method,. Prerequisite: H E M 1 1 6, General Chemimy ; MATH 1 40. Tu ition: $ 2 2 5 per seme ter h o u r . RCTR 224

Chemical

material, and forward

including vo l u metric, gra imetric, and

myths

in September

1 960.

on

to

influences uf das:;ical

later I i era r u re and

arts;

attention to

mo lem imerprerar inn c'lf ancient myths. Al l · reading- in Engli - h ; satis fi >, GUR in Li terature. Tuition: $225 per emc:ster hour. ADMN

( Hue t is)

altained.

G reek

t ragedian , Appollnniu), Vergil, Clnd Ov id;

JuLy 26 - AI�gu.st 2 0 8 : 00 a m - 1 0:45 a m MTIXIR *Lab: M TWR 1 : 00 pm - 4 : 00 pm

University Status

1W1

Wall , h ina today launch - space sate l l i tes nd has become a m aj or player in world pol i t ics. [n t h e next century, wiJl more people speak E ng l i sh in Ch i na than in [he nit d Smte ? Whar will it m n t o havl! 1 . 2 billion p pu l tion trad ing p3rLner!competitor' Th is course e xa m i nes the rap i d transit ions in contemporary hinese society with r feren-e to ancient h i sto ry , tr:3d irions (such as n oci5 dnd medic i ne ) , and l ite ra t u re ; it L d e s i gned for travelers, bU5inc;s entrepreneurs, students, a nd edu cators inter ·teJ in Chin" e s tud ies. Tuition: $22 5 per sernes er hour. ADMN 2 1 0 ( W u )

m a rter, atomic anJ m I e u lar d1 0ry, statl! - of matcer and quanti tive relat loru,hips. cond eme.Sler topics incluJe kineti·· , che m ic a l qu i l ib r i l l l11 , thermochemistry, study of the I men gro uped ac cord ing to t he perio l i rabIe, r d i -chemi try, and in orna n ic qualita­ tive an a ly is. De igned primarily for tlldenrs who want to maj o r in chemistry, b i o l ogy , ngineering, geology, or ph ys ics . Students intt:: resred i n hea l rh selenc shou ld refer to the Prep ro fe iOll;)1 Pr rams se l i n of this camloa. H igh school chemi try required. Srlldenrs with no high school l)r weak mathemati . I backJ, rou nd should take 1 4 before th is course. Prerequisite: 1 J 5 is Prereq u isite for 1 1 6. oreq u L � i te�: MATH 1 40. Tu i t io n : $ 2 2 5 per semester ho u r . RC'TR

PL

6:0 pm - 9 :00 tJm

From be h i nd the anc ien t

204b (Nelson)

HEM 502 - Advanced Placement institute: Chemistry 2 cr

COMMUNICATION AND

1 9 - July 23 9 : 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWlRF Instruction i n chemistry c a n range from extremely the o r tical appr ache · to very qualitative res nr3tio115. The wide raDge o f mewous has caus d considerable d iscu-sion wit h i n the disci l i n in recen t years . The excessive tilt toward theory has been the m a i n issue. The Institute will focus on the dive -ity of the uiscipline and teac h i ng approache-. Together, we w i l l e xp lo re se eral carea ries inclllding:( 1 ) course con tent , ( 2 ) current teaching merhod · , (3) learning commu n i t i es in sc ie nce , and (4) the role of experimentation in chemistry. DeSigned for those [eachin a or p l anning on teach i ng AP ch e mi cry. Signifiant time wi II be dcvot to laboratory experimentl for AP c hem i s try . In addition, h ar i n g experiences and samples of teac.h i ng mat ri<lis w i l l be encuuraged. Emphasi · w i ll be on techniques that ha . been s u cce ful and on the use of active l e a rn ing approaches. Tu i rion: $ 2 50 per semester hour. RCTR 220 ( Swank)

July

THEATRE COMA 128 - Debate In titute 2 cr

1 6 8;00 am · 5 00 IJm MTWRF u r · e i ' d igned as an i n tensive workshop in the t heory and sk i l l - of academic uehan: . We are o ffe ri ng insrrucrion in bo rh po l i y and Lincoln- Douglas tyle debating. For

July 5 - July Thi

c

po l icy debate we will be using the 199 - 1 994 national high school debat topic. Genera l l ', the morn in g hours will be used for theory lecmre!> and topic d iscussions. The afternoons will b , spent in lab sections for extendl�d d iscussions of - se preparation a nd argument refutarion, and evening hours will h . t aside for l ibrary res arch. I n olve specia l fee and arranacmenr . ntact _u Inch, ( 206) 53 5·8 73. Tuition : $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. I GR 1 09 ( Inch)

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COMA 283 - Newswriting 4 cr Ivlay 24 - June 1 8 2 00 I)m - 5 : 00 pm MTWlRF Basic news and featur writing for print and hroadcast with special attention to clarity, J c ur:1cy and dead l i nes. Most wri t i n g done in cl u nJer J l ine. T'chniques of interview­ in!:! and fac t- [hering. ews staff organization and prl ced u res . Prerequisite: COMA 1 2 3, F u nda men ra l of Hurnan Com.lllunications. Tui tion: $225 per sem ster h our . IN R 1 1 5

COMA 337 - Workshop: Advertising in

America 2cr Junc 2 1 - July 2

2 : 00 pm - 5 : 00 pm MTWlRF a 0 , Engl i h h isto ria n and essayist Thomas MaclUlay wrote, "Advertising is ro bus i n ess wh. t steam is to i nd ustry - the sole propel l ing power. othing, except the Mint, can mak m oney without ad rti.sing." A l m ost Without exc p uon , Macauloy's sta te me n l h ld lrue for Ame r i c an bus i ne "es t oday . This course w i l l examine advertising in our com p le x oei ty as it has evolved into a vital and exc iting communication system. I t w i l l OCllS on the nature o f advertisino and the advertising agency, c r i t ic i sms of advert ising, and control and reg u la tio n of advcrti.sers and [heir messages. Tuition: $225 per semester hour. INGR 1 1 6 ( Mo r ga n ) M o re than L OO years

( Morgan) COMA J28 - ArguITH!ntation 4 cr

2 : 00 pm - 5:00 /Jln MTWlRF the study of how argumenL u n c t io n , e v a luat i ng and criticizing Jr"umems. and debate. This cou e foc u ses on both the theoret ical and practical dimensions of argulllemati n and .t ude n w i l l de v e lop bo th wr itte n and oral argumenrs. The c ou r se exam in 5 how ar ulllcnrs can be used in a variety of contexts i nc lud i n [! law. business, edu ali n , a nd the scienct's among Ll t he rs . Tuition: $225 per semester hou r . I GR L 09 ( I nc h ) Ma . 24 - June I

Argumentation i n v o l v

THEA 4 5 8 - Creative D r a ma tics 4 cr June 2 1 - Jul)' 1 6 9 : 00 am - Noon MTW/RF

COMA JJ4 - Gender and Communication 4 cr

July 26 - August

20

2 00 pm - 5 :00 pm

M TWRF

Amdysi �ll1, 1 unnerstand i ng uf th re lat ionship between ge nde r and cOllllllun ication behavior. Ident ify ing male and emale commun ication t yl , 'irnilarities and ifferences In language us ge, in terpe unal d ialogues, group discus­ sion and l ist n ing in per onal <me! professional renas. nrtlysis and impact of g 'nder-based comm u n ication issues such as assertiveness a nd aggr ion, power a nd conflict reso l ut io n , dl.lminancc and interruption. T u i t i on: $ 2 2 5 per serne ter hour. INGR 1 09 ( Ewnrr)

COMA 336 - Opinion in Mass Media 2 cr July 5 - July 16 2:0 pm - 5 : 00 pm M TWlRF pinion appea in ne . papers and magazines and on radio and [ele i s i o n in many fo rm s: Personal columns, editorirtl , ar revi ws, and analysis atc just a fe\ examples. This c lass will 10 k at t h form and fun Lion of these d i ffere n t p ntariO! and their rol wi t h i n the overall med ium in which they appear. You w i l l also have the opportun i ty to proclu and discuss their own versi( ns a selected forms. There w i l l be a s tro ng mphasi on writing. T u i t i on : 2 25 per sem ster hour. I NGR 1 1 5 ( Rowe)

Des i g ned to acqU::llnt the student with maLeriab, techn iLJues, and t be or ies of creative d ramatics. tudems design and pani - ipate in c reative d raOl�lric ' a c t i v i t ies . In tended fo r e l e m e n ta r y and j u n ior high school teachers or p rospec t ive [eachers, the:nrc major', rel igious leade�, youth and camp c unsehw, da cnre workers, sucial and psychologic<ll workers, and commun ity theatre leaders in terested in working with c h i l d ren . Tuition: $225 per semester hour. INGR 1 1 6 ( Parker)

Paula Langlow

of the PLU

men's etball team

in I 26

established the � t total score fI tt men's btisk.?rtJall in the

[J.� .

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U)LR�E I )b( '1\ I I'T rUN� CSCI 490/590 - G enet ic A l gori thms 4 c r May 24 - June 1 8 8 : 00 am - l ' :45 am M nVR F enetic algorithms are a n e w appro ch to

COMPUTER SCIENCE CSCI 1 1 0 · BASIC 2 cr May 24 - June 18 9:30 am - 1 0 :45 am MT\.,(!RF Inrroduc tion to interactive comput ing, branching, 10 ping, subscriptl>, function�, input/output, and " u b ro u t i n s in the context of t he SA �IC languaoe. cscr 1 1 and 22 may not bo th be taken for cred it. Pr requisite: High school algeb ra. T u i t i o n : $225 per emesrer hour. RCTR 2 2 1 ( Domer, . )

solving search, opti miz:)[ion, ma hlne learning

and a host of thc;r pr blem w h i h confronr computer cicnce. o l ut i o n to di !Cult c m put ing problems are "encticall . bred u ing t he a r w i n i a n principle of su[vi val of fittest and a genetic crossov r opera tion. The

methodolog , (or con rr uc ti n g this c la5l. of algorithms is imrie, J i rect, and power u l . I t represen ts a major shift in the d i rection of ex p l o r i n g their general tnrc tu re; rh i r math.em atical found ations, their imp lementa­ tion; and the ir appl ication:;, �tlldents w i l l learn how t o use Lhis remarkable tool t o solve a broacl ran 'e of (Qu<>h computing pro lems. Th is material ex p lore the c u rre.nt front ier of comput r science research. As a res ul t , swdt:n wh t" ke t h i Cl)lJ[ e will have the lIni4ue opp rtunity r.o get in on the ground floor ill thei.r undersranding and use of a significant new a[1p ro, ch to o l v ing problems in computer science. S tud en regi tered for 590 do an c ua proj ect. Prerequi ite: esC! 270 Ddta Structures. Tu ition: $225 per semester hour (49 0 ) . $ 2 50 per semester hour ( 590 ) . MGYM 1 0 ( Sp i l lman)

eSCl 1 3 7 · Technology i n Intelligence Gatbering: Tools of the Spy Trade 4 c r June 2 1 - JlIly 1 6 9 : 30 am - oon MnVRF T he growth of inte l l igence gathering ac tivi t ies anJ agenc ie h<J been "ready influenced by changes in technology . The reverse is also true; orne Hmazing technolooical dev lop­ ments have been motivated by t he r quire­ rnenrs of intell igence gatherin . Thi cOllrse w i l l xplme the hand-in-hand growth or the inreLiiaence communit gies fmm omputers

to

and new technolo­

spy sate l lites. We w i l l

beain \' ith W . W. I I and the establlshment of

th

SS and

move

fo rw ard to look Clt today's

lA and t he ational Security Agenc y. YOLI w i l l gain a uniquc i n s ight into how acce s to information has shaped the po l i t i ca l and social

CSCI 502 - Applework for Teacher

structures of the U anJ the wor l d . . ot app l ic a b l e towarJ a major or m i nor i n Computer Science. This c o u r, e does not require any background in co m pu te r progmm­ ming or lmrhematics. T u i t i o n : $225 per se mester hour. MGYM 1 0 1 ( S pillman)

The Rune

Stones swlpture in Red Square 'was created in

1 976 by Tom ToTTens to honor the Viking

tradition of erecting engraved

scone ' to

declare their presence in

netvly-discovered lands .

Norwegian Kiner Olav V dedica ted the sculpture .

0

Designed to help reclCher d 'velop a h igh level ()f pro i c i e n e y " i t ll one 0 the rno t p ['ular computer oft\l'are package lJ 'ed i n duc:) tional setting . . . Applewm ' . Tc'lChcr.\ ar i mroducecl to the concepts and lise of a wor I procc 501', 'preadshe et and database with the Appleworks integral d oft ware packag . Two m jor areas of empha,is L re srr sed; the use of Applework as a teacher tool , f r example, c l ass room record keepmg, gradeb ok and eclucational matc.rials prndll tion, and the use of r llt: App l 'works program as [1. rt f the dar room c urricu lulfl. !<May also be taken as EDU 503 R02 , see page 36. Does not count toward ompute !' , ciencc degrees. No prior computer experience s i necessary. Tu i t ion: $250 per seme t e r bour. RCTR 2 2 1 ( Dorner,

CSCl 1 44 - Introdu.ction to Computer cience (Pascal) 4 c r June I - July 9 8:45 a m - 1 0 :45 am MTWR An introduction W computer sc ie nce inc luding a lgo r i t hm design, tructureJ pro"ramming, numerical/non-numcrical appli . ti ns 11 I use of data files. Pascal progr::un m i n ' language i s used . Prereq uisite: Either M ATH 1 40, Fun · t iurl ami An ly t ic e merry; or MATH 1 2 L inear Model, and alculus; ( r our years high school mat h , or equivalent . Tu.ition: $ 2 2 5 per semester ho u r. MGYM 102 ( B n n k ) CSCl 2 7 0

2 cr

See Education) June 2 1 - Jul)' 2 9 00 am - Noon MTWRF (AI

C.)

Data Structures 4 c r

'JII/-Y 1 2 - Au;;usr 20 8 : -f5 am - 1 O :45 am Mn'(!R Cl�ntinm)tion of Puscal progra.mming te h­ nlCllles and a s[l!dy of basic daw truc tu J inc luding linked l ists, t r e e , quell , t a k ' and graphs. Ap p l i c ation of th e forms to sorting, M!arching and dara st rage is made. Prerequ i­ site: C l 1 44, I n troJuction to omputer _ clence. Tuition: $22') per sem 'rer hour. MGYM 1 02 ( Hauser)

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CSCI 505 - Computers in Language Arts Curriculum 2 cr (also see Education) J lth 6 - July 1 6 9 �OO am - Noon MTWRF Tl� LS cuurse i ' designed to introduce teachers to t he we of [he computer in the mathemat ics curri LLium at bath rhe e l e me n w ry and secondary levels. Topics i n c l ud e : computer mar hemal ics packagi!S, Logo, problem solv mg software , mathemat ics software o r indi v idual and gruup scr r inns, spreadsheet , nd computers flnd i n teractive video disks i n tl1e mathemat ics c Urric u lum. A lso examines software a pp ro pr i ­ aLe for at- risk and remedial .. tudents. *May a lso be taken as EDUC503E05 Tuition: $250 per semester hour. RCTR 2 2 l ( Lamas)

ESC I 2 2 2 - Conservation O f N Resou rces 4

June 2 I - Allgl<SC 20

Western Washington had

a

crossroads .

timber, fishing and smokesrack industry . eel economy. Srotted owls, x c css i v e urban spr" IV I , and other env ironmental cQncerns haVE" changed how we relate to o u r en v ironme n t , how we make our l iving, . nd evt:n how we relate to each other. W e sha l l e am ine the principle- and problems of pl lb l ic nnd pri vate stewardship of our resources. How much env irunme ntal impact has human ac t ivity had on the region? How do geolo�ic hazards such : 1S floods, vo l c a n oes , ,md mass movem.ent effect our l i ves ? How do social , po l i t ica l anJ legal issues re la t e to management practices i Parricipate. in t h is c la� , and y o u w i l l hecome involved in de term ining the destiny of me reg ion . Tuition: $225 per semester hour. RCTR 1 09 ( Benhdlll )

ESCl 1 33 - Environmental Geology 4 c r I'lay 24 - June 1 8 1 2 30 pm - 3: 1 5 pm MT\V *L1b R 8:00 am - 6 : 00 Inn Our bu i ld in!!S and our lives h;lve geo logical r. undarions. Th i, c l ass looks at t hl:: impacrs of human upon 10 a i , regiQl1al, and glohal neolugy, and the impact of geology on o u r way of l ife. Our relationship, with ge.o log ic hazards, s uch as earthlju, kes, volcanoe.s, landslides, and floods is c r i t i ca l to urviv ing (he chal kng � we face. We must become i n vo l ved in short and l o ng -t e rm p l a n n ing. You w i l l l(�arn how co l i v e in a geological ly activE' area, the Pacific Northwest. 111is is an a p p l i e d c. o urse , w i t h field ui 5, cltscussion, and rac tic a l exerc i.s .' S th:: n

a

ESCI 425 • Geol gic i e ld Mapping 5 c r J . J l), 1 9 - August 2 0 8 : 00 a m - 6 : 00 pm MT',VRFSa '"In·valves liJecial fees: Transportariun : a/J/Jmx . $ 1 45 Caml) Sites . alllm)x $ 1 55 . Other fees ma)' include an optional PLU dorm room and meaLs . This c o u r s e is desigm:d (or st udents with d serious intere>r in mapping Clnel interpre t i ng rock deposi rional environmen ts an geologic s t ru c t ures . The course combines a s u rve y of

reg i o n a l fiel d geology w i th a ·erie. uf local mappinn, cross sec t ion , and a i rp h ot o interpre­ ration projects in the Puget Lowland, Cascade�, :mel Cu l u m b i a R i ver B, al t Plateau. This course is designed for u ndergrad uate geology majors. Gradunte students without prior summer field ca mp expeneocc are a l so welcome. B r i n g leeping bag, towels, t u i l e tr i e s , e rc. Non-refundable registration fee of $2 5 .00 is fully app l i c ab l e toward tUi tion. Food, lodging cosrs for five ,VI:" ks are $ 550.00. For further details, con tact Dr. Brian Lowes, Pacific Lutheran Un ivers i ty, T,)Co ma, WA 98447000 3 . ( 206) 5 5-7 n Tuition: $225 per ernestcr hour. RCTR 1 08 ( Lowe )

supple men t c lass room activitie:;. Tuition:

$ 2 2 5 per se mes te r hour. RCTR 1 13 ( Fo l e y ) ESCl 202 - I n troduc tory Oceanography 4 c r 2 1 - Jllly 1 6 8 :00 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm M T\x!RF " Plus Field Tl·iIJ . Wha t is that orgaoism l Why i s it here) We w i l l exam ine the bio logical , ge."logica l , phY>lcal , and chemical relationships i n the ocean" ,md di Cl1SS how plate t e c t l1 ics ffe ets the ocean bRsin nd conti nents. \X1hat are the origins of the cont inent I shel ves, estuarie:;, a nd coast l i nes I 'Xfby do stOrms cause so much damage al ong . ome cuastiines bur n o t mh rs ? A l l of rhi' and ll1me w i ll he exami ned as we

JUTJe

marme

turnl

6 00 pm - 9 00 pm M \'v

The Pacific Northwesl is at

EARTH SCIENCE

discover chI.:

cr

NATS 3 5 0 Enviroomental Methods of In estigatinn 4cr. June 2 1 - July 1 6 8 am - 1 pm MTWRF See course desc ription on page 50.

enviromnent thar

in rhe orthwesL Field t rips to Fuget Sound , Hood Canal , <lnd the St raits o f J uan d e Fuca are an integral pan of this cuurse. Tui tion: $22 '1 per se meste r hour. RCTR 1 1 3 SU ITO Ll o d s L IS

( Benham)

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From the 1 89697 PLU Cawlog: "The vicinity of Parkland is , as the name implies , a nawral park, i . e . o/)en prairi.e �uith gro'ves and clusters of trees at short and irreglilar intervals . " "To reach Parkland from Tacoma take Jefferson avenue e lectric car to Center street depot from which a s team motor makes a limited mlmber of trips a day . "


EeON 36 1 Money an Banking 4 c r I - july 8 6 : 00 pm - 1 0 : 00 pm M W The nature and I' Ie of money; mon tary

ECONOMICS

june

ECON 1 5 0 Principles of Economics 4 cr May 24 - june 1 8 2 : 00 r)))\ - 4 :45 pm MTWfRF Introduction to the scope of economics, Includ ing Macro and M i c ro Economics; analysis or the U .S. economic "ystem; emphasLs on current economic policy. T u i tiun: $225 p e r seme tel' h u u r ADMN 208 (Wentw rthl Peters n )

theory; tool and implementation of monetary po licy; I' gulation of intermediaries; bank ing activity i n financial markets; i n te rnatiomll consequences of and constraints on monetary polic . Prere q uisite: ECON 150, Princ iples of Economi - . Tuition: $225 per em rer hour. ADM 202 ( ugent) ECON 375 Soviet Destiny : From Un ion to Unknown 4 c r

STAT 23 1 Introductory Statistics 4 cr May 24 � june 1 8 :00 a))\ - 1 0:45 am M TWRF Ava i bble for STAT cred i t only, Ii l d here fo r conveni ence of tudents. ec page 59 for course description. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ADM 209 (Jensen)

july 26 - Augusl 20

8:00 am - 1 0 45 am MTWRF world economic power two y 'a ago, what we knew as the ovict U n ion i no\ in economic and political disarra Taught by fo rmer ec nLlrnic advi or t o M ik hail Gorbachev, Alexei Kireyev, the cour e ex,1mines the underly ing cLl nomic constraint · facing this counrry. From this ba kground, the cour 'e provides and in iders view of the events leadin<Y (Q the end of Gorbachev' p wer and the subsequent, pm ib ly temporary, rise of Boris

ECON 2 5 0 Taking Sides: An Economic Issue a Day 4 c r M a y 24 - jlme 1 8 : 00 am - 1 0 :45 am MTWRF omparable worth, the S&L bail out, federal budget deficir.s, minimum W;]Oe leg islation, big government, rrade deficit , Third World debt, saving the fa m i l y farm, the 'hrinking middle class, U.s. manufac turing competitiveness, lower i l.1g the capital g<l i ns tax, t111:! cos · of envi ronmental cleanup . . . Ever wondered where YOll stand o n these ontrove rsi a l and c ome m­ porary conomic i ssues (or the 1 990's ?

Yeltsin. Pro peets for the economic and political fu ture llf t he region are featured prom inently. T u it ion: 225 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 5 ( K i reyev)

Dr. Al exe i Kireyev, mos recend an

economic c n ulranr to the new RusNian Parliament and a part - t i m ' professor o f economics o f r h e Moscm SrClte Un iversiL was rhe senior economic aJvisor to PI' "idem Gorbachev during the lasr rhree months of rh Sovier gove rn ment. Dr. Kireyev ecamc key spokesp rson [0 th

TAKING IDES: AN ECONOMIC ISSUE A DA Y is your chance ro get lip on your soap box and air your views in the Economics Department'� wn version of Poim- ounter­ point.

the 1 8991 900 PLU Catalog: "The young ladies who board at the

From

school are not allowed to receive gentlemen into their rooms .

The key to TAKI G SIDES lS partic ipation. Deb te teams w i l l presen t the pros and cons of 1 7 different economic i sues we w i l l explore

English- peaking pres: during th final day of the Gorbachev presidency. Dr. Kireye ha' also hee n a enior economic aclvis r to the Central Committee of the Communist Parry, and an economic spec i a l ist with the Soviet missi n to the Un ired States. He is currently employed at the World Bank .

during the course. After the debate presenta­ tion', we will open the floor for questions, c larification, and discu 'ion. The instructor will proVide an i . 'ue summa ry afrer the di cus-ion period. Our pr i mary objective will be to d iscover [he assumptions being made by <:ach side, any logical flaw and I i a:;es in the i r arguments, and ways i n which arguments could be srrengthent:d. The i ns tructor's i�,ue summary w ill review and highlight rhe economic content of th argumems presented r gard ing the i ue at hand. Tu ition: $225 per semester hour. ADM 208 (Re iman)

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,


EeON 490 Economics of Outdoor Recreation 4 cr

EDUCATION

Off campus Seminar. AugLl.\t 9 - September 3 9:00 am - Noon MTIVRF In conjunction with the US Forest Se rv ice Econoroi - 490 will: 1 ) select a r ecre at i ma site

EDU 401 Integrating the Arts in the Elementary School C las s ro o m 2 cr june 2 1 - Jul)' 3 2 :00 pm - 4 : 45 pm Mn'V'RF

l

heLm

Expl re t h arts, including music, art and dmma and how thes can be imegrated into the

al ional Recrea t io n Area to study particular amen itv valuation problem, 2 ) c o ndu c t fie IJ sl rvey research, 3)

l l1 the Lake

curric ulum. A th e m a tic approach allows students to participate lll. var i ou . ar e xperi ­

:

develop an economic mod e l to es ti mate the

ences to

marginal v;.Jiues of various site attribu te!;, and 4) produce a r s e a r h paper f, r presentation to Fores t Senrice officials. Student ho u - i ng will he a r ra n ged at th e State P:.trk on (hI! outh hore of Lake Chelan.

t u i t io n are est i mated t o $500. For add it io na l inf, rmarion, c a l l Mark Re i m an a t ( 2 06) 53 - 8875. Prer-qui. ite: ECO 1 50 or i nst ru c t or ' s

consent.

Tuition:

$225

per semester hour. Off

Economi s 500, 504, and 543 MBA program.

are

pa rt of the

ECON 500 Applied Statistical Analysis 4 cr 1 - July 8 6 : 00 1)111 - 1 0 :00 pm MR *also meets June 1 and July 6 Intensive introduc r ion to statistical methods for graduate tudems who have n ot previously taken I nt rod uc ro ry StIltbtic.'S. Emphasis on app licat ions of inferential met hods. Topics i n e l ud measures of location and variation, pro b a b i l ity, estimation, sign ificance t e s t s , and regre ion. W i l l not COW1t for Statistic M i no r. * Av' i la ble fur STAT redi t o n l y , but l isted

Jlme

EDUC 4 2 1 Tea c h er s and the Law 1 cr June 7 - June 1 7 4 : 00 pm- 6 : 00 pm MTWR A brief study of students'. pa re m; and tcachers' righ ts an d resronsi bil ities with s ome emphasis on the q u e s ti n of l i abi l i ty . Tui tion: $ 2 25 per 1 1 7 ( DeBower) semester hour. ADM EDUC 456 Storytelling 2 cr Jul), 26 - Augast 5 9 : 30 am- 1 2 : 15 Inn MTWRF A combin [ion of dhcovery and pmct.icum in the art uf storytelling. Investigat s t.he values the various tyres a n d forms of stories, techn iques of c hoosi ng and of t e ll i n g stories. Some off­ campus practice. Demonst rations anJ joint storytellin" by and with the instructor. ADMI 2 1 6 (Wellner)

and bac k gro u nd of St rytelling,

:

here or tuclent convenienc Tu i t i o n 395 per se mes t e r hour. AOMN 208 (Je nse n )

EDUC 4 5 7 The Art s , Media, and

ECON 5 04 Economic A n aly si s and Policy Deci iollS 4 cr June I - Jllly 6:00 pm - 1 0 :00 Inn MR *al 0 meetS june 1 and July 6 Basic ccon mic cancep a p p l ie d [() policy forma ti on and operating d c i s i o ns i n a global fr::t mework. Tu i r i o n $395 per em�ster hour.

Technology 2 c r July 26 - Augmt 20 3 : 30 pm - 6 : 1 5 pm n'\!R Sruden ts use a v ar i e ty of techniques, equ i p ­ mem, and ma t er ials

to explore ways of se e in g and e x p re ssi n g how they ee anJ experience the i r env ironm nt and explore ways of in o rp o t a t i ng these techniques into the classroom. Compu ters, video c a m eras, book­ production, models, a n i m a t i on , cartoons, photography, and p ·ters along w i th the standard fare of tare recorders, slide shm s,

:

DMN 206

(Phe lps)

ECON 543 Quantitative Method 4 cr July 1 2 20 6 : 00 pm - 1 0 :00 I)m MR The conceptl> of pr bability, sa m p l ing,

August

m o v ies, film strips, anJ o v e rhe ad s are m an ipu ­ late_d as media to c re a ti v e l y e xpress a. v iew o f t he world. K , 1 2 . Tuition: $225 p e r eme rer hour. Course fee: $20. LIBR Instructional

stari tical deci5ion theory, linear rrogramming, ,m el other derem1 inistic models applied to ma nager ia l problems. Prerequi it : STAT 2 3 1 o r 3 4 1 . Tu itio n : $ 3 9 5 per sem ter h ou r .

ADlvlN 2 1 2

�e

processes . Creation and h a r i ng of the matic units for elementary level. Attendance at all sessions req ui re d to re c e i v e c r dit. Appropriate for students preparing for el 'mentar), c lassroom t c ac h i ng , and e l e me n t a ry te chers w i s h in g to enrich the ir c lassroom programs. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 p e r seme5ter hour. MGYM 205 ( G l asgow)

H o u ' Ln g and i nc i d en ta l costs in ad d i t i o n to

campus. (R iman)

d ev e lop their und rstanJino of

per s ona l expression a nd grOlIp creat

Materials Lab. (Churney)

( Phelp -)

Education course descriptions continue .

35

From the 1 8991 900 PLU Catalog: Students who partici/Jated in dancing or card playing err visit saloons or gambling houses do thereby sever their connection with the school . "


EDUC 483 The Gifted Ch i l d 2 S pec i a l Edu c a ti on )

cr

(also see

Jul)' 1 9 - JuLy 23 9 : 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWRF .rudy f r he gifted c h ild characteristics and problems, and school procedures d s

ll1cthoelo lo '1' of data collection, analysis and

igncd to

$225

further dcvdopm<!n t . Tuition:

EDUC 502D04 Environmental Methods o f Investigation 4 cr (also s e e Natural S i nce) June 2 1 - July 1 6 :00 am - 1 : 0 1)111 Mn'\IRF This Lnc rdis ' iplinary c lass f cuse on the

per

appl ication (or environmental studies. I t

'mes t e r hour. ECAM 1 1 (Owens)

imegrar

5

an,[ u t i l ize� t h e techn iques and

princip les of environmemal biulogy, chem istry ,

EDUC 5 0 AO I Child Abuse and Prevention 2 c r ( A lso SPED 0 3 )

Ma)'

29 and, June 5

- 5 :30 pm

9 : 30 am

a n d geology issue"

Saturday

stres -. Topics include intervention st Iategies,

appropriate l iter

prevention. Tuition:

13 (

AM

related

$250 per

te ·ting C lass f nnat is

analysis, trip:;

to

governmen and planning

Chemistry, E ol1ol11 i ' , E�rth

agencies, lecture 1'Incl l ibrar

'ord

\

database w i t h

Biolugy.

the

am

as NaLural

addition, teac hers prepare

cience and

Science 350. a

In

unit of instruction

Appleworks integrated software package. Two

approprL)tc for their unique teaching s ituation.

maj or areas elf e mphasis are tressed; the use of

Tuition:

Appleworks as

( Whitman)

teacher tool. for example,

gradeb ok nel

of the App lewurks program

as

classroom curric ulum. " May abo be taken

Com put

r

t

as

ward

3ry. Tuition:

semester hour. RCTR

2 2 1 (c.

$ 2 50

:semester hour. ADMN

per

206 (c. Petersen )

1 02

the u e of the computer in the mathematics

to

curriculum at hoth the elementary and secondary leve ls. Topics include: computer

Dorner)

EDUC 5 03 C03 Communication for Leade rs 3 cr June 2 1 - 1uly l 6 1 2 :30 pm - 2 : 20 pm MTWRF Explore communication skills in the school setting and w i th ;] 'soci, ted agencies including med ical, legal, and soc ial services. I nd i v idual and gr up activi t ies further develo sk i lls and to pr'lCtice the theoretical concep derived from curren t research . Tu i t ion: $250 p e r

per semester hour. RCTR

This course is desi ned to introduce teJchers

clence degrees. No prior computer

exp rience is nec

$ 250

EDUC 503E05 Computers in Langu ge Art C urric u l um 2 cr (also see Computer Science) July 6 - J ul), 16 9 : 00 am - J non M TWRF

u e

part of the

CS '1 5 2, see page 3 2 . Does not cou nt

1 94 6 .

ariJble including

extensive outdoor field work, l ab rat ry

tional settings . . . Appleworks. Teachers are

educational materials production, and the

to 500 in 1 945

p roj ec t

nd partic ipating in hypothesi

computer SJftware packages used in educa­

classroom record k e epin g ,

and 800 in

lise a

research . A final presentation of the resul of the group scudy, in a seminar ond \ ritten � rmat, is required. The cla is co- taught by five fac u lty mem rs from varying disc i p l i nes, including Political cience,

processor, sp read shee t and

student in 1 943 ,

i clog)" incorporating land

to.

safety p lan,

erlach)

in troduced to rhe concepts and use of a

1 44

managina app l ied

pat terns, design i ng and implementing

Designed to help teacher develop a high level of proficiency with one of the most popu lar

from

ture,

imager , problem solVing techniques, goal

EDUC 503B02 Applework for T e.1.chers 2 cr (Also See Comp u ter Science) June 2 1 - July 2 9 : 0 a m - Noon MT\VRF

1 94 5 ,

public

startstics, mapptng data dbtributiun, srudying

semester hour. E

home , and PLe expanded dramatically in

in

self-esteem, <1dolesc ent u i c ide, ea t in g disonlers, re l a xat io n techniL[ue�, visual etting an

)'oung men

as c ppl icat ion to

an ongoing study of [l nearby watershed which inclucle::s: col lect­ ing data dt regular intervdb, reviewing the

An overview of c h i ldhood and adolescent

The conclusion of World War II retLlmed many

wel l

a

Students particip.)tc

matbemati

packag r, L go, problem solving

software, mathematics software for individual and group etrings, spreadsheets,

and computer,

and interac t i e video l i�ks in the m thematic.> curriculum. Also examines so(tw;]re appropri­

ate for at-risk and remed ial sLudents. Tuition: $250 per seme,ter hour. See also esci 50S. RCTR 2 2 1 ( Lama )

EDUC S03F06 Instructional Methods-Early C hi l dhood 2 cr July 6 - Jldy 1 6 9 :30 am - 1 2 30 /))n MTW!RF Developmenr and evaluation of pmgram,

str:1t gies and method, for a developmentally based E E program for c h i ldren. Field observation required. P re re qu is i t : PSYC L O l ; child development course; upper c lass or graduated level tanding. T u i rion: semester hour. AD�'l

36

$250 per

2 1 9 ( G lasgow)


EDUC 503G07 Multicultural Children's Literature 2 cr july 1 9 - jul \ 23 9:00 am - 4 : 00 pm MT\x!RF E xp l or at i u n of multi-cultural issues in the

context of childn:n's lit rature. Read a variety ( J f text:> aero s e::. nrcs" s wel l a inc rpm'ate a variety of tr te ies [or c f mult i-cultural in reac lLing and learn ing. Tuition: $ 2 5 0 te per emestt'r hour. AOMN 1 1 7 ( R ickey) EDUC 5 03H08 Wetland Exploration 2 c r jul 1 9 - july 23 9: 00 am - 4 : 00 /)ln MT\x!RF This c lass will consist of Ie.ctures, fi,Iel trips, gu t speakers, curriculum design, ommunity action plan , and i t arge t ed for reac her and

EDUC ,05 C u rre n t Issues in Literacy Ed ucat io n 2 cr

JuLy 26 - August 20 9 : 30 am - 1 0 : 45 am M TWlRF I ni ti al course required fo r a l l rudents in the master's program in literacy education. O ve rvi e w of hi t rical and curre n l theory, practice, defi nit ions, anJ r 'search in language und l ite ra c y acquisirion and Jevelopment i n a n d o u t o f ·chuol . Oi-CLI ion llf po ibili tie' f()r pW\Jwm involvement. pr jec , " al and collabor<ltion. Prerequi ite [0 all other c.ourses; required of ,m y track o pt i o n s leered. Tuition: $ 2 50 per semester hour. ADM 2 1 7 (Lewis) EDUC 506 Fou n da t io ns of School Library Media Cemer Management 2 cr May 24 - june 18 5 : 00 pm - 7 : 3 0 pm M\x! *also meet> 1 ;:;at. 9 : 00 am - 3 : 00 /J1n

other;' with Wedand rdated c mmu n i ty i nterests. Texru. I sup ort w i .ll con i. t of j ournal artic les, libmry resources, and c o mmuni t y infurm arional materia ls. Tui t i o n : $ 2 50 per serne ter hou.r.

Participate and explore. the func.tions of the scl100l librar media center in the 'choul w i th pa rticular emphasis on the roles and respons i ­ bil lty of the school l ibrary media spec ialist wilhin the instruc tional and aJ minist.rative areas. E. amine [he taxonomie of choo! library media c e n t e r management inc luding the planning, delivery, and evaluation of programs. Tu ition: $ 2 50 per semt!s tcr hour. ADMN 200 ( Baldwin)

EDue 50310 CUI'rent Issues and Trends in Early Cbildhood Education 2 cr JlIly 26 - August 6 9 : 30 am - 1 2 : 15 IJm MT\x!RF

An exam i nation of curr en t early chi ld hood edu -lti n i ucs ;mel rr>nds i n the cont ext of his[ ri al and philoso p h ic a l ase with a rele vant overvie\ of no r m ,) l develop ment of 3 8 year olds. Field observ;ltion requir d . Prerequisite: PSY 1 0 1 lr equivalent; child ,I 10 !Ilent co urse; up pe r c l::t or graduate st atus. Tuition: 250 per eme ter hour. A OMN 2 9 ( elson)

EDUC 507 Principals of Information, Organization, Retrieval, and Service 2 c r

June 2 1

- jui), 1 6 8 : 00 a m - 1 0 : 45 am T R *also mew 2nd & 4dl Friday Survey a broad rangt! of data and in oml<1tion

EDUC 5 0 3j 1 0 Issues i n Scienc e and Health 2 cr July 26

- AlIgtlS t 20

Assist teachers

in primary and econdary cour es including documem, bibliograph ic, fu l l text. statistical, vGual and rt'cord d format . I n vestig re acc.ess points and strutegie- for effective information retrieval tn print, media, and electro n ic resourc . Inf rmation interviewing tech­ nIques, Il1srructional strategi . for library media enter information resource , and local, renional, and national information net\ Qrks are examined. Tuit ion: $250 per seme s te r hour. LIBR curricula area. ( BaIJw in/H y nes )

1 2 :30 1)11l - 3: 15 pm TWiR

in exploring current act. ivit ie:; nd approaches to science �ll1d health in their elemen tary d� ru In!'. Prerequisite: Teaching . p rienc ' or consenr of the inSLTIICLC r. Tuirion: 2 5 0 per oclTl ster hour. RcrR. 1 1 6 (Churney) EDUC 503K l I Picture Books In Children's

I

Literature 2 cr Augus[ - A1WJ.St 20 2 00 pm - 4 :45 pm M1WRF TI1is workshop e xplores the genre 0 p icture books i n the realm llf c. hildren's l i terature.

Stlldent� con,ider criteriL and cOI1..�iJer the role o art in pic t u r bo ks. A guest i l lustrator lectures during the course. Final projec t i nc l udes (he col laborative production o ' � picture be ok . Tui Lio n : ' 2 50 per selTl ter hour. DMN 204A (Lewis)

Education

37

course

descri/nions continue .

From the

1 903-04 PLU Catalog: "Our students come from homes

representing the most varied occupations and conditions in life . . . And, while .lome of them may be rouf:,m-hewn , ignorant and deficient in many of the graces of fine socie t")' , they have an intense desire to learn and imjrrove them­ selves , and it is unnecessary to add that such invariably succeed. "


EDUC 508 P r i ncip l e s o f Bibliographic Analysis and Control 2 cr June 2 1 - July 1 6 8: 0 am - 1 0 :45 am MW *also meets 1 st & rd Friday

EDUC 5 1 1 Strategies for Literacy D ev el opment in the Classroom 2 cr Jul)' 6 - July I 6 9 : 3 0 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm MT\XIR F

Exp lore the organization and structure of a

w i th emphasis on the vital role of language and

The developmental nature of l iteracy learning

the interrelatednes and in terdependence of

broad r nge of information forma with an emphasis on the analysis of tandard hibl io­ graphic components pre cribed by na�ional bibl jographic databases. Delve into the

l istening, sp ·aking, reading, and writing as

l an g uage proc' es. Empha is on developing

strate ,ie for putting an understanding of language acquisition and de clopment into

techniques to construct bibl iographic records

e� ctlve cia -room practices that promote continual, L1CC -ful teaching and learning. Focus n tages of l i teracy development i n

u ing notional ·tandard·· including MARC ( Machine Readable Cataloging ) , AAR ( A nglo-American

2

ataloging Rules, Second

Ed ition ) , ami t.he Dewey Dec imal Class i fi c a ­

rea d i ng and writing through the elementary grade . ( Fulfi l ls elementary endo ement requir menn, in conj unc tion with EDU 570)

tiun System. Ex plore the -election, "ener. t ion of data, and maintenance of elecuoni hi liographic datahase sy terns. Tuition: $250 per semest r hour. LIBR curriculum area. (Sherman-Pete[so n )

P rere qu isi t e : Literacy Foundations; Language

Acqu isi tion a nd De ve lopment. Tui tion: $2 50 p e r s � mester hour. ADMN

EDUC 509 Foundations o f Collection

EDUC 5 1 3 Language and Literacy Development: Assessment and Instruction 4 cr (also see SPED 5 1 3 ) June 2 1 - July 1 6 2 : 00 IJm - 4 : 45 pm MTWRF

Devel pm ent 2 cr

July 26 - August 20 8:00 am - 1 0:45 am MW *also meets 1 S f & 3rd Friday Examine me philosophi al ba ·es and param­ eters of c o l l ect i on development in the school library media center. Technique, for commu­

U n de r tanding of a wide vari ty of strateOies and tOols for aSsessing anJ fac i liraring sfudenrs' Jevelopment in reading, writing, liste n i ng, and

speaking. Emphasis on a broad range of poss ib i l it ies in -e ment, evaluation, d iagnosis, and i nstnlClional i mple mentation. Top ics include an o ve rv i ew of testing resources

nity analysis, collection evaluation, and collection maintenance is explored. Examine the bi b l iographic resources for selection of materials with special emphasis

n

t h e c r i teria

anJ their appropriate use of port o lios,

for evalu,. cion of print, med ia, and e lectronic fonn.ats. Students explore the acqu isi tion

techniques for observation/anecdoral rec rds,

process for instructional materia !,; in the

experiences with miscue a n a lys is, and the

K- 1 2

system. A major empha"i of this course is on

teaching and learning of appropriate interven­ tion suategi� to promClt the development of

the analy is of a school l ibrary media c e n ter ' s

Diane Johnson is believed to the nation's first three-sport Allmerican­ cross-country ,

skiing, and track- for her 1 982 performances .

1 1 7 (Rickey)

support of the school/di trict curricular goals $250 per semester hour. LIBR curriculum area. (Steinberg)

reader and

Princ ip les of reading, perception, word recogn i tion, concept deve lopment, and meaning i n reading. Language acquisition as a rn i ng

rocesses

riters at all leve.\:;. The. major

developing a p rofi l e of appropriare read ing strateaies, and d igning :md implementing an instrllcti nal plan to help the reader de velop effecti ve, ffic ient read ing str regi . Same as SPED 5 1 3 . Prerequisites: EDUC 505, Cur ren t Issues in L iteracy Education, and EDUC 5 1 0, AcquiSition and De velopme nt of Lanf"JUage and L i t e ra c y . Tuition: $250 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 7 ( Lewis/Comst ck)

EDUC 5 1 0 Acquisition and Developm en t of Language and Literacy 2 cr June 2 1 - July 1 6 9 : 3 0 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm MTWRF

part of developmental I

\

course proje t includes assessing a read e r ,

and objectives. Tuition:

will

be exam ined in relationship to sLJcces-ful

literacy learning and t e achi n g. Prerequisite:

E or

UC

325

EDUC 5 1 5 Continuing Level Teachers 2 cr *Meets Sawrday , JW1e 9 , 1 -3 pm and

Read i ng in the Elementary School

July 1 9-23 6- 1 0 pm

equivalent and teaching experien e.

Tuition:

The preparation and sha r i n g of selected topics

$225 per semester hour. ADMN 209

related to the minimum generic standards

( G lasgow)

needs of the individual participants. Required

for the continuing level cert ification of teachers. Pass/Fa i l only. Tuition: $250 pe r mC5ter hour. ADMN 1 1 7 (DeBower)

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EDDC 5 2 8 Children's Literature in the K-8 Curriculum 2 cr June 2 1 - Jul), / 6 1 2 : 30 pm - 1 : 45 pm MTWRF

Partic i pant read and di sc u genre, of comemporary c h i ldre n '� literatur ' and de v el op a personal repertoire for classroom use. Po i b i l i r i e:; ( o r the i ntegra tion of literature as curricular text to enhance/extend K-8 c u rr i c u ­ lum will be explored. Strlilteg ies mclude the () l itera ur' ci rc les, w r i t ing, nd fiction and non-fiction in the conte n t areas . TULl i o n :

$250 pe r

eme.

ter hour.

EDUC 5 44 01 Research and P rogram Evaluation 2 cr June 2 1 - J ul)' 1 6 8 : 00 a m - 9 : 1 5 a m MT\.'VRF

Knowledoe of student and case evaluation techniques; the ability to select a nd inteq ret tes ; know ledge of research des i g n ; the ab i l i t y to interpret eduGHional resea rch; the ab i l i t y to identify, Ioelle and acqu i r e topical re ea rc h and re l a te d l iterature; and the a b i l i t y to us e the resu l t of reseaTch or e v a l u a t i on to rr opos e program c hanges. G rad ua te students only; may be t<ken in l i e u of EDUC 467. Tally cards required. Tui tion: $ 2 50 p e r s me te r hour. ADMN 2 1 1A (Staff)

use

DMI 1 1 7 ( Hynes)

EDDC 530 Children's Writing 2 cr 9 : 00 am - 4 :0 0 Inn MTWRF urrent theory and practice in the te ac h in and learning of w ri t ing in de me n ta ry c lass­

Jul)' 19 - Jilly 2

r oo m s . Implementation trategies, i nc l ud ing the importance of models and demonstration, the place of ta l k nd d i al ogue in the teaching/ learnll1g proce , the use of confercncing and response, appropriate Jel·e!opmemal spe l li ng , >)(pecrarion:;, [ he role of children's l i t e ra t u re , �md w r i t i ng acro the curriculum. Particular emphasis on a process a pp roa c h and the s et ting up of a W r i t i n g Workshop based on current research. Tu i r io n : $ 2 50 per emcster hour. ADM 2 1 7 (Lewis/Comstock)

EDUC 544 02 Research and Program Evaluation 2 cr JuLy 26 - August 2 0 8 : 00 am - 9 : 1 5 a m MTWRF For c ou r se description, see EDU 544 0 1 above. Tu itjon: $ 2 50 per semester hnllr. ADMN 2 1 1 A (Staff)

EDUC 545 0 1 Methods and Techniques of Research 2 cr May 24 - June 18 4 :00 pm - 8 : 00 pm TR

R -earch met h od s and techniques in education with emphasis on designino a res ea rc h project in the srud e n t's area of i.nterest. Requ i red for M.A. Prerequisite: Consultation with s t ude nt's ad v i se r and adm ittanc e to t.he graduate program . Ta l l y card required. Tuition: $250 per s ll1e�rer hour. ADMN 2 1 1 B ( O bon)

EDUC 537 Media Techniques for School Literacy Specialists 2 c r July 2 6 - Itgtl,s [ 20 : 00 am - 1 0 45 am TR *also mee ts 2nd and 4 th Frida)' tudents explore the management of

m ed ia :1nd

te hnology se rv i c es in the school l ib r a ry meJi:1

center, a cqua in t themse lves with fu nc t i o n and operation of media equ ipmen t and materials used in school l ibr,lry media c en t e rs , and inve tioat the t rends and issues i n vo l ved in media and techno l g)'. Special empha is on e merg ing rec.hno log used in K - 1 2 ins t ruc t i o n a l pr gram ( D-ROM) , interactive video, tlistance learning, computer technolo ·ries. Tuition: 2 50 per e mesre r hour. LIBR iru;tTuct ionaI ma te r i a l.- lab. ( S te inberg/ �orenson)

EDUC 545 02 Methods and Techniques of Research 2 cr June 21 - July 1 6 9:30 am - 1 0 : 45 am M TWRF For course description, see EDUC 545 0 1 above. Prerequisite: o n s u l t a ti o n with student's adviser anJ ad mit ta nce to the grad ua te program. Tally card required. Tuition: $250 per seme s te r hour. ADMN 2 1 1 B (Olson)

EDUC 545 03 Methods and Techniques of Research 2 cr July 26 - August 2 0 3 : 3 0 pm - 4 : 45 pm M TWRF

EDUC 5 3 8 Strategies for Whole Literature

For course description, see EDUC 545 01 above. Prerequisite: ol1Su l ta ti o n with student's adviser and ad m i t t a nc e to the gradu ate pr gram. Ta l l y card required. Tuition: $250 per se mes te r hour. ADMN

lnstruction: K- 1 2 2 cr Juiy 1 9 - Jul)' 23 9 :00 am - 4 00 pm MTIVRF

The use of language as a tool for lea rn i ng aero " the c urr i cu lu m. a�d the roles or language in 3 1 1 kinds of teaching a n d lea rn i ng in K- 1 2

2 1 1 A ( St<,ff)

cia ro ms. StrategLes for reading/writing in content , r a , thematic rea hing, topic study, nd i nteorlilt i ng curriculum. The concept of i nfor ma tion liter;.LCY and models of instruction w i th emphasis on W ashington State Informa­ t ion sk i l ls curric u Ju n1 Model. Prerequisite: DU 5 0 r , urrenr Issues in L i tera c y Ed ucatio n. Tu i t i o n : $250 per semester hour. ADMN 22 1 ( Strand)

Education course descriptions continue

39

.

In the 1 987-88 schuol year , PLU lVon four national

NAl A

ChampionshiJ)s­ ·wumen's cross­ cuuntl")' , soccer, and softball; and men's football .


EDUC 5 50 School Finance 2 cr June 21 - Jul)' 16 5 :00 pm - 8 : 3 0 pm TR Lo.:al, state, and Fe eral c o n t r i b u to rs t chool finance, its philosophy and d e v e lo p m e n t ; the d e vel op ment and admin istration of a sc hoo l budget. Tuition: $2 5 0 per semester h o ur . ADMN 1 1 7 ( U lrich)

EDUC 597 Independent Study 1 cr Ma)' 24 - August 20 TBA Projects of ary ing length rdated to ed uc a ­ t i o na l iss u es or concerns of the in d i vi d u a l participant and app r o ved by and a ppropria te fac u lty mem be r and the dean. Prerequisite: I nstruc tor" s i g n a t u r e on independent study card prior to regisrration. Tu it i o n : YO per st!mester hour. TBA ( Staff)

EDUC 5 5 1 Educational Law 2 cr June 2 I - Jul), 16 12 :30 /Jm - 145 pm MHlVRF St ud y of contemporary fed era l , state �md local statutes, r g u J a t i o ns and case law and t he i r application to public and p ri v a te s hoots. P a ss/ Fail o n l y. Tuition: $250 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 7 ( OeBower)

EDUC 598 Studies in Education 2 cr Ma)' 24 - AUglm 20 TBA A r e earch paper of project of an edu.:ational is-'ue selected j o i n t ly by t h stud en t :m d the graduar , dviser; will be reviewed by tht! student's Graduate Committee. Independe n t study c< rei requ ired. Tuition: $ 250 per sem e ste r hour. TBA (Staff)

EDUC 5 5 2 Educational Administration 3 cr June 21 - Jul), 1 6 6:30 pm - 1 0:00 pm MTW Ad m i n i st ra ti on �md supervision of school pe rso nn e l , faci litie , and programs; with emphasis on the h uma n relationshi p in that setting. Prerequisite: Teach i ng e xpe ri e n e or c ons e nt of the d ean . Tuition: $2 0 per se.mestcr hour. ADMN 2 14 ( DeBower)

EDUC 599 Thesis 3 -4 c r May 2 4 - August 20 TB A For Master of Arts c and id a tes who elect ro

w r ite a thesis , The th 'is prob le m i� c hose n from the candidate's major field of c o n ce n t ra ­ tion a nd mllst be a pp rov ed hy the c a nd ida te ' g rad u ate advisor. Tuition: 2 50 per se mes te r hour. TBA (Staff)

EDUC 5 5 5 Administration and Supervision Wor�shop Z c r July 2 6 - August 2 0 9:3 0 am - ! 0:45 am MTWRF

Proj ec t determined by the class; ty pica l projects include curricu ll,lm p lanning <md adjustment, public r e la t i on s programs, personnel employment and in rv i ce training;

Educational Psychology EPSY 503AO I Counselor Supervision ( Peer Review) 1 cr Ma)' 29 and } u ne 26 onl)' R : OO am - 4 :00 pm Sacurda)'

bu i ld i ng and educutionul programs. Prerequisite: On e course in administration or supervision. Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour. ADMN 204B ( Baughman ) financing

Lute ./erstad , a 1 958 alumnus ,

of the firs t American,1 to scale M t . Everesc became one

in 1 963 .

Examine m od el s of counselor supervision; participar in counselor s u p e rv i s ion a a s u pe rv ise e a nd as ,\ supervisor. Tuit ion: $250 p e r semester hour. RAMS 206 ( Hayde n )

EDUC 5 80 Curriculum Development 2 cr Ma)' 24 - Ju.ne 18 6 : 00 pm - 9 :30 pm TR Types of c u rr i c u l um organizations, programs and techniques o[ c urr i c u l u m development. Tu ition: $ 2 50 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 2

EPSY 503B02 Crisis Intervention 2 cr 1 2 :00 N()rm MTWRF

June 2 1 - Jul\' 2 9:00 am -

EDUC 5 8 5 Comparative Education 3 cr Jul), 26 - August 20 1 2 :30 pm - 3 : 1 5 pm MTWR omparison and i n ves t igat i o n of certain ma ter i al s and c u l t u r a l "y:rems of education throughout the world. Tuition: $ 2 5 0 pcr semester hour. ADM 1 1 7 ( Baugh man) EDUC 5 8 7 History o f Education 3 cr June 21 - July 16 9 :30 am - I I : 20 am M TWRF Gre a t educators, educational theories, and educational systems from antiquity to the p re se n t . Tuition: $250 per s e me s ter hour. ADMN 2 10 ( Perersen)

p

wo rks ho d es i g n ed to assist the helping p rofessional to id e nt ify the charactt:ri.ti - of a crisi , and 1' 0 h Ip them d u r i ng and fo l l o w i ng a crisis ituation. Applic:1ble ro reachers, c o u nse lo rs , und others who w lrk with. p e op le under stress or tho ' e attempting to cope with

A

( staff)

transition. Practicum in addition. Tuition: $ 2 50 per semester hour. RAMS 206 ( K ralickl EPSY 503COJ Alcohol and Drug Abuse 2 cr July 5 - July 1 6 9 : 00 am - 1 2 : 0 (Jon M TWRF Provides inf rmation for counselors and other helping p rofessionals on the myths and reu l i t ies of alcoholi--m und drug abuse i nc l u d in g tht: d isea.�e oncept of chemical dependency, the alcohol fam i ly sy tern and overvit!\V of d iagnostic and treatment methods, community referral resources an I strate ies for prevention. Tuition: $ 2 50 per semester ho ur . RAMS 206 (Staff)

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EPSY 503D04 Violence in the Family 2 cr

1 2 :00 Noon MTWRF D <ianed to mere 'e awarene- ' o f the scope of abw;e. Workshop pan i c i am. lea r n t . i d e n tify rhe symptoms of p yc h oso c i al and p h ys i ca l ablLSe, become awarc of po ible tre a tm e n t , and l ea rn to Sllpport the a b u sed and the abuser. T u. i t io n : $250 per ' c mes t e r hour. RAMS 206

Special Education

July 26 - August 6 9:00 am -

(Scaff)

EPSY

3 5 Foundations of Guidance 4 cr 1 6 1 2 : 00 noon - 4 :30 pm MTR The foc lls is on d e ve lo p ing a n understanding If the services and rhe proce -e available to assist

}une 2 1 - July

individuals in making plans and decisions accordin ' ro their own l ife p attern . Prac ticum to e carried out in t he Fall in the public ch ols. Tuition: $250 per semester hou.r. RAl\1 206 ( taff)

EPSY 536 Affective Classroom Techniques 2 cr l<gI-Ist 9 - A�"US( 20 1 2 :30 pm - 4 00 pm MTWRF Exp lores techniques d sign ed t o fac t l i t a t e

SPED 290 Introduction to Learning Disabilities 3 cr Junc 2 1 - Jul), 16 9 :30 am - l l : 20 am MTWRF Overview of dLe fie l d of l e a rn i n g disabilities, i ncl u d ing concepts, asse ss m e n t, and i.nstruc­ tional pra c t ic es . Prerequisite: EDUC 2 5 1 , Learner i n ociery: ro w t h and Deve l o p me n t (secondary) ; or EDUC 2 5 , Child 0 ve lo p ­ ment and hoo ls ; or con sent of i ns t ructor . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per se mes te r hour. ECAM 1 3 (Rallo)

SPED 398 Assessment in Special and Remedial Education 3 cr June 21 - july 2 100 pm - 4 :00 pm MTWRF S t ud y of a v a r i e ty of formal and informal assessment tests a nd proced ures. C u r r i c u l u m based asses ments, systematic cl as s room

servation, norm-referenced te s ts , task analysis, and cri terion-referenced tests a nd pr oc e d u res are examined. Includes the ro le of as es'ment i n e l i g ihilit y and progr<1m p l ,mn i n g.

und r.;tand ing of self and o t h e rs ; methods for working w i t h students. Lab e x per i en c e to be comp leted in the Fall semester. Prerequisite: S tu d e n t teach i ng or g rad ua te status. T u i t ion: $250 per s em -s t e r hour. RAMS 206 ( Hayden )

Tu i t ion: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ECAM l 3 �

( Staff)

SPED 399 Practkum in Special Education 1 cr May 24 - August 20 TBA Experience with s pe c i al education c h i ldren or adults in a supervised setting. 1 hour redit g i ve n to su ccessfu l co m p l e t io n of 45 clock hour�. Prerequisite: SPED 290 I nt Tod u c t i o n to le a rn i ng Disabiliti , or con:;ent of i ns t r u c to r . Tally card re qu i re d . Tu i t ion: $ 2 2 5 per s e mes t e r hour. ECAM l OA (Williams)

EPSY 569 Career Guidance 4 cr 1 6 4:30 pm - 9 : 00 pm MTR

june 2 1 - july smdy

0

career', (heari

of eh ice , and

gu ida nc e tec hniques. Tu i t i o n : $2 50 per s m�rer hour. RAMS 206 ( taft)

EPSY 5 7 8 Behavior Problems 4 cr May 24 - jlme 18 4:30 pm - 9 :00 pm MTR Ad le r i a n concepts p ro vi d e the basis for observation, motivation, modification, and l ife style assessmen t . S k i lls for as isting peclple in de vel o p i ng responsibil ity for t h e i r won be h av i o r . Laborutor experience as arrange . Tuition: $250 per semester ho u r. RAMS 206

SPED 403 Parent/professional Partnership in Special Education 2 cr july 19 - july 2 3 9 : 00 am - 4 :00 /)m MTW!RF Di s c u sian of the techniques for communicat­ ing e ffec t i v e ly with parent of c h i ld r e n with spec ial needs. T uirion: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. E CA M l3 (Gerlach/Fi nn)

( Hayden)

EPSY 5 83 Current Issues in Exceptionality 2 cr May 24 - June 1 8 4 : 3 0 p m - 9 : 00 pm MW The characteristics of ex e p t i ona l tudents and the cou nselor's role in dealing with a variety of problem. they may have. Learning d i sa bi l i ti e s ,

em(J[ ional prnblcms, p h ys i cal prohle m ' , a nd the gifted st ude n t . T uLdan: 2 5 0 per semester hour. RAMS 204 (Gerlach)

SPED 407 Curriculum and Instruction for Exceptional Child ren 4 c r july 2 6 - August 20 8 : 00 am - 1 0;45 am MTWRF Focus on te ac h i n g academ i c , soc ial, a nd ad a pt iv e skills to m ild and moderately ha n d i c ap pe d student ·, includes writing ind i v idu a l education plans , data based instruction, task analysis, and lea rn i n g sequences. Prerequisite: G en e ra l Methods; SPED 290, Introduction to Le a r n i n g D i s a b i l i ­ t i es , or co n Se n t of ins t r u c t o r. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per s m e s t er hour. ECAM 1 3 ( R e i s b e rg ) Special Education course descriptions

continue .

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TrY)'ve Lie , Secretary­ General of the United Nations , received an honorary degree from PLU un January 1 ,

1 966.


SPED 408 Career and Vocational Education for Exceptional Students 2 cr

July 26 - Augtw 6 1 , 30 - 4 · 3 0 MTWRF Focus on career education curricula, l ife

adjustment, and vocational instruction for m i ld and moderately h.andicapped adolescents a nd ad u l Includes emph.asis on commu n i ty transition programs, supervised work and living arrang'ernents, and asse.ssment of occupational skills. Tuit ion: $ 2 2 5 per semester h.our. ECAM

SPED 5 1 3 Language and Literacy Development: Assessment and Instruction 4 cr (also see EDUC 5 1 3 ) Jt me 2 1 - Ju/)" 1 6 2 : 00 pm - 4 : 45 pm MTWRF Understa.nding of a wide variety of strategies and tools for assessing and fac i l itating students' Jevelopment in read ing, writing, listening, and speaking. Emphasu; on a b road range of poss i b i l i ties in assessment, evaluation, d i�)gnosis, and instnl c t ional implementatlon.

13 ( McQuaig/H irshman)

Topies include an overview of test i ng resources <md their appropriate use of portfoli s, techniques for observation/anecdotal records, eXl,eriences with misc.ue analysis, and the teaching and learning of appropriate interven­ t ion strategies to promote the development of reade.r and writers at all levels. Th.e major course proj ect inc ludes assessing � reader, developing a profile of appropria te reading st tClregies, and des igning and implementing an instructional plan to help the reader deve lop effective, e fficient reading strategies. Same as

SPED 475 Supervising Para-professionals and Volunteers 1 cr

July 10 andJuly 17 only 8:30 am - 5 :30 pm Satl/rela), Emph.asis on the effect ive management of para­ profess ionals and volunteers in the clas room. T u i t lon: $ 2 25 per semester hou r. ECAM 1 3 ( G e r lach)

SPED 485 The Gifted Child 2 cr (also see EDUC 485 )

EDUC 5 1 3 . Prerequisites: EDUC 50S, Current Issues in Literacy Educ)tion, and

July 1 9 - July 23 9 : 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWRF A study of the gifted child charac teristics and problems, and chool procedures des igned to

;

Female PLC students traditionally announced thei, betrothals by passing a box of chocolates at Delta Rho Gamma banquets .

EDUC

5 1 0, Acquisit ion and Development of

further development . Tui tion: $ 2 2 5 per semes.ter hour. ECAM 1 1 (Owens)

Language and Literacy. Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 7 (Lewis)

SPED 492 Methods of Teaching Special Needs Children 2 cr

SPED 5 20/5 2 1 Special Needs Students­ Elementary/Secondary 2 cr

May 24 - June 17 4 3 0 pm - 8 : 00 pm TR Early c h i ldhood methods, materials, curricu­ lum, and techniques for teaching children w i t h spec ial needs. Prerequisite: S P E D 490 Early learning Experiences for the Handicapped Child. T u i t ion: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour.

July 1 9 - July 23 9 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWRF An examina tion of teaching strate.gies appropriate for xceptional chi ldren in regu lar c lassrooms. Emphasis on the needs of excep­

ECAM

tional c h i ldren, program modification and c lassroom manage ment. I esigned for r gular educators. Tuit ion: $ 2 50 per semester hour.

13 (Owens)

ECAM

SPED 503 Child Abuse and Prevention 1 cr (also see EDUC5 03AO l )

1 4 ( B loo m )

SPED 5 3 5 C u rre.nt Issues in Learning Disabilities 2 cr

May 2 9 and June 5 9 : 3 0 am - 5 : 3 0 pm Saturda), An overview of childhood and adolescent stress. Top ics include intervention strategies, self-estee m , adolescent s u ic ide, eating d i sorders, relaxation technique$, visual

July 6 - Jul)' 1 6 9 00 am - 1 2 : 00 Noon M T\VR F Current issues related to t h e education of c h i ldren and adults with learning disabili ties. Prerequisite: SPED 290 or cons nt of il1struc­ tor. Tuit ion: $250 per semester hour. ECAM

ima.gery, prohlem solving techniques, goal setting and prevention. Tuit ion: $ 250 pe r semester hour. ECAM 13 (Gerlac h )

1 1 ( S taff) SPED 5 3 8 Issues in Early Childhood Education 2 cr May 24 - June 18 4 : 3 0 pm - 8 00 pm M W Current issues related t o t h e education o f pre­ school handicapped c h i ldren. Prerequisite: SPED 490 or consent of instructor. Tuition: $250 per semester hour. ECAM 13 (Owens)

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SPED 540 Early Intervention Programs 2 cr }unc 2 1 - .l ui)' 1 6 1 2 : 3 0 pm - 1 45 pm MTW/RF Current practices in med ical, therapeutic and educatio nal i n tervention techniques used in t.he rehabditation of hand icapped c h ddren ages blrth through six. Tui tion: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour. ECAM 1 1 ( Owens)

, ENGINEERING ENGR 245 Circuits I 4 cr Ma)' 2 4 - JlIl)' 2 7 00 pm - 9 00 pm MWR Circ u i ts I is dIe fir st haLf of the two co u rse seque.nee that forms the ini tial requirements for a major in Electrical Enl;inee.rinl; and Com­ puter Engineering. Here is the opportu n i ty to start your engineering career and to appra l se

SPED 541 Assessment of Infants and Preschoolers 2 cr

June 2 1

your readin e:; s for this material a t the un iversity leve l . Virtually all branches of electrical

- Jui)' 1 6 2 : 00 jJm - 3 1 5 pm MTWRF

se of app ropriate tools and pro edures in d iagnos i ng and evaluating young c h l ld re n\ needs, lead ing to relevant educational programming . T u i r ion: $250 per semester hour. ECAM 1 1 (Owens)

SPED 5 7 5 Introduction to Collaborative onsulting 2 cr AugtLSt 9 - Augtm 20 2 00 pm - 5:00 pm MnX!RF

I n t roduct ion to the princlples and prac t ices of a consulting teacher model in spec ial education. FOClf5 o n instructional de livery appropriate for

engineering - deetH n i cs , power systems, communication ",'Stems, rota t i ng machinery,

control theory, a nd computer systems are based on c i rc u i t theory and the concepts of equiva­ len c irc u its. Circuits I covers t.he subjecr.s of

p

re s istive c i rc u its , i ndependent and de endent sources, analysis methods, equivalent circuits theorems, transients, and the use of the computer prugram SPICE. Most students w i l l

have studies electricity and ma"netism i n a physics course. Prerequisite: Two semesters of un iversity calculus is a MUST' Tu i tion: $225

providing d i rect and ind i rec t services to

handicapp d hiLdren Ln mainstream class­ rooms. T u i t i o n : 250 per semester hour. ECAM 13 (Reisberg)

SPED 595 Special Education : Internship 4 cr MQ)' 24 - Augu.st 20 TBA I nte.rnship in special educatiun sett ings under the d irection and supervision of c lassroom and universit.y fa c u lty . Prerequisite: T e a c h i ng credential and consent of instructor. Tally carel required. Tu i t i o n : $250 per

semester

N 'i

p e r semester hour. RCfR 210 ( Haueisen)

ENGR 246 Circuits II 4 cr Jul), 6 - August 19 7:00 pm - 9 :00 pm MWR (cia,s begins July 1 2 , Lab begins Jul), 6) * L.ab J ul)' 6 - AugllSt 19 7:00 pm - 1 0 :00 pm T Circ u i ts I l is the second half of the two COlm;e

hour.

TBA (Staff)

SPED 598 Studies in Education 2 cr Ma)' 24 - August 20 TBA A resea rc h paper or proj ect on an educational lS�Ue selected jointly by the studen t and rhe graduate adviser. It w i l l be reviewed by the scudent's g rad u a te commi ttee. Tally card required. Tuition: $250 per semester hour. TEA ( taff)

SPED 5 99 Thesis 3 cr

sequence that forms the initial requirements for a major in Elec trical Engineering and Com­ puter Engineering. The cour e is a conti nua­ t.ion of the ircuits I course, and includes a requirtOd laboratory component. The COUI'S inc ludes the study of second -order transients, sinusoid I exc i tation, ac. c i rcu i t a nalysi s , 3 phase c ircuits, nansformers, frequency respon.se, and use of the computer program SPICE. The laboratory cumponent is designed to complement the materials studies in both CLrcui ts I and II by experimentally verifying the predicted volta g es and currents. The lab also p ro v ides ex perience i n the use of electrical

Senior Bn,Lce

measurement equ ipment. Register for both ENGR 246 and ENGR 246L. Course fee:

Mehlum became

$45. Tuition: $225 per se mester hour. Rc.. 'TR 2 1 0 ( Upton ) (Lab: Gutmann)

Ma)' 24 - Allgust 20 TBA 111E' thesis problem lS ch o sen from the

Bjerke was

awarded tite prestigious Rhodes Scholarship in

1 972 . Ann PLU's first Ful&right Scholar in 1 975 .

c.andidate's major field of concentration and mu t be ap p w ved by the cand idate's graduate committee. Candidates a.re expected to defend their thesis in a final oral examination conducted by their com m ittee. Ta lly card required. T u i tion: $250 per semester hour. T 8 A (Staff)

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ENGL 32 7B02/52 7B02 Imaginative Writing Workshop: Writing the Fantastic No credit. June 2 1 - Augu5t 20 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm R Same as 3 2 7 AO I/S27AO l , but for no credit. u e Fee: $200 ADMN 2 1 1 A ( Cady )

ENGLIS H ENGL 2 2 5 Autobiographical Writing 4 c r May 2 4 - June 1 8 8 : 00 am - 1 0 :45 am MTWRF Writing about our own l i ves seems both perilolls and fasc i n at i ng. We'll read selections from published a u t ob i ograph ie , d iscuss motive, aud ie nce , characterization, truth and fact, and write about aspects and i n cide n ts from our own lives. Compassion, humor, private meanings­ find out what we're all abollt. Fulfills GUR in Writin >. T u i tio n : 2 25 per semester hour.

ENGL 343 20th Century American litera­ ture: American Ethnic Emphasis 4 cr May 24 - June 18 8:00 am - 1 0:45 am MTWRF This course introduces students to A me r ic an Ethnic Literature from the As i a n , African, and ati ve-American communities in the United States. Acknowledging the rev i t a l i z i ng p wer that ethnic literatures have brought to the

ADMN 2 l l A ( Marek)

contemporary American literary scene, we'll

ENGL 25 1 English Literature: Beginnings to 1 7 50 4 cr May 24 - June 18 B:OO am - 1 0 :45 am MTWRF A survey of B r it i s h l i terary history from Beowulf to Dryden. Al o ng our route we meet hero a n d v i l la i ns , k nights an d monsters, phil sophers and fools. Through great works of l i teratUll: w I.. (a e fundamental and enduring human questions: What IS j ustice? What sho uld be loved ? What is courage ? What is e vi l ? What in life de r ve to be p re serve d and defended? Representativ w rks by Chaucer, the Pearl poet, Spenser, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Bacon, M ilton, and Dryden, among others. Fulfills UR in Literature. Tuition: $ 2 25 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 2 (Jansen )

ENGL 2 5 2 Survey of British Literature: 1 700 to Present 4 cr June 2 1 - July l B 1 1 : 00 am - l : 45 prn MTWRF

William Foege , a 1 959 alumnus , neared the end of a ten year effort to eradicate small I)ox from the world in 1 9 76 .

Poetry, drama, fiction, and essays from the breakup of the Age of R easo n to t he emergence of o u r modern world of uncertainty, emphasiz­ ing maj o r a u t h rs and their cu ltural contexts: Austen, Blake, ELiot, Woolf, etc. Fulfills GUR in Literature. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 pe r semester hour. ADMN 2 1 2 (Campbell )

consider their use of c u ltural strategies like the ve rn acu la r , m u s ic , a nd re lig io n which have sustai ned these communities through a past marked by alienation from an d rejection by the dominant white cu lture. Reading will � cus on issues of id enti t y crises and race relations po r t r ayed through the eyes of fine writers such as Ma x i ne Hong Kingsron, L uise Erelich, Ja mes Baldwin, anJ Toni Morris n . Fulfi l ls GUR in Literature. T u it io n : $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ADMN 2 1 4 (T emple­ Thursto n )

ENGL 392 20th Century British Literature 4 cr July 26 - August 20 1 1 :00 am - 1 :45 pm MTWRF Surveys major English writers s i nc e WWI[ , inheritOrs of ea rly 20th Century modernism who react in v a rio us way to this l i te r ary legacy-from angry young men of the 1 950's to feminist rev isio n ists of the 1980's. Exammes tradi tion and innovation in Amis, Pym, P in t er , Spark, Murdock, Carter, Barnes. Fulfills GUR in Lit er atu re . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ADMl 2 1 4 ( amp e l l )

BNGL t27 AO!/5 27 AO! Imaginative Writing Workshop: Writing the Fantastic 2 cr JWle 2 1 - August 20 6 : 00 1Jm - 9 : 00 pm R Tale of horror , fantasy, and magical realism appear in the l i t era t u r s of every c u l t u re. In this class we wi II read the fantastic, and learn how it is w r i tt en. We w i ll write storie in t he spirits of Poe, Borges, Lovecraft, Ursula LeG uin, and Peter Straub. The course includes cla'5 discussion and conferences w i th the instructor. Course does not fu lfill GUR in Writing. Tuition: U nd e rgrad u at e : $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. Graduate: $250 pe r semester hour. ADMN 2 1 l A (Cady)

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ENGL 565 - Advanced Placement Institute:

HEED 5 0 1 D04 Sports Medicine 1 cr

July

June 2 I - June 25 6 :00 pm - 9 : 00 pm MTWRF Work shop for those going into coac.h i ng a nd/or

E x a mi nation u n i tes reachers a n d tudents in a common endeavor, every AP c lass is i ffe ren t .

physical education. M ajo r thrust is toward inj ury prevention and t he immediate care of most common sports inj uries. You w i l l spend some time on taping ankles. Fee: $ 5 .00 for taping supplies. Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per semester ho ur . OGYM 1 06 ( N icholson)

English 2 cr

19 - July 23 9 : 00 am - 4:00 pm MTWRF This course is suitable fo r experienced or inexperienced AP te ac h er s , b th Li terature and Composition t e ache rs ot Language and omp sit ion teachers. A l though t he AP

Th is w ee k - lo ng course enable teachers to share their diver e ex pe r ienc . A l l are encou raged to brin" materials, and all leave with a wealth of new id . In add ition, the instructor has organized s ions on a no ve l , a short story, a ilm, elected poems, and a Shakespeare play. All of th e ions e mp l o y various models of collahorative l earn ing and some brief writing assignments. Al though a va r ie t y of w rit i n g assignments are d iscus ed through the week, there is also a se - ion devoted to the sort of timed wr i ti ng requ i red by the AP Examination. In t he final sess ion, partic ip ants lea rn to read and grade an e y qu tion using actual A P s tan da rds . Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour. ROSSO HOUSE onf Rm. ( McQuade)

HEED S O l EOS Stress Without Distress 1 cr

June 2 1 - June 25 6 :00 pm - 9 :00 pm MTWRF Lea rn about stress, what you should know aboLlt how to reduce the harmful ffects of stress, and the rela t io n s h ip of incr a ed stress to d is e ase problems. Tuition: $ Z 5 0 per sem e s t e r hour. OGYM I O Z A (Hoserll)

stress,

HISTORY HlST 2 1 1 - The World Since 1 945 4 cr May 24 - June 18 9:30 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm MTWRF This course takes a look ar th e major events shaping our world after 1 945: the · truggle of people in Asia, Africa, Larin America, and the Middle East to gain ind e pe nd enc e. There is a s t ro n g em p has i s on their ability to resist both U.S. and U.S.S.R. influence. Film and guest speakers. T u i t ian: $ 2 2 5 per se me s t e r h OLl r . XAVR 1 1 4 (Clausl!n)

HEALTH EDUCATION ( also see Physical Education ) HEED S O l AO l Food and Hea l t h 1 cr May 24 - May 2 6:00 pm - 9 :00 pm MT\VRF

Top ies include nutrients and their metabolism,

d i e t a ry guidelines, food faddism, l abe l i ng , additive , ve etarianism, obeSi ty and nutri tion for sp ec i al populations. T u i t ion : $ 2 5 0 per semes te r hour. OGYM l OZA ( Hoseth)

HIST 340 - Modern Japan 4 cr

June Z l - July 16 9:30 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm MT\VRF Study of how japan became the mod ern "miracle" in East A s i a . Primary focus on trad itions t hat e nab ll!d j apan to change rap id ly,

the role of the challen e of the We t in that cha nge , the industrialization of Japan, t he

HEED 5 0 1 B02 Substance Abuse 1 cr June 14 - June 18 6 :00 /J1n - 9 :00 />m MTWRF

In t h is COLI we w i l l look <It the drugs used in today 's SpOrts sc en e . We will also examine Olher related topics such as AID , drug testing, drugs that affect per� rmance and t re at me n t programs. There w i l l be outside re ad ing req ui ted . OGYM 105 (Nicholson)

reasons � r war wirh the U.S., and the impact of the war on conremporary j a pan and it social and ec o nomi c institutLons. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester ho u r. XAVR I 1 4 ( Lee)

Victor Ra)l , a McNeil Island inmate , became the first p'rison

inmate in the

nation to earn a HIST 3 5 6 - U . S . Diplomatic History 4 cr June 21 - July 1 6 9:30 am - 1 2 : 15 pm MTWRF

master's

The practice, fU llction, and s t ructure of American fo re ign policy with par t icu lar emph as is on the twen tie th century. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semestl!r hour. XA VR 1 1 4 ( Bermingham)

at PLU in 1 975 .

HEED 50 l C03 First Aid / CPR I cr June 6 - June 1 1 6 :00 pm - 9 :00 pm MTWRF Learn ho w to provide first aid and CPR in mergencies. This course meets requirements for the Amer i c. a n Red Cross S ta ndard First Aid. A First Aid and PR c.ard will be issuecl upon your s uccessful completion. $ 1 0.00 fee .

Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per se mes ter hour. M G Y M 1 0 1 (N icholson)

History course descriptions continue .

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I HIST 3 8 1

_ The Vietnam War a nd American Society 4 c r june 2 2 - AugttSC 1 9 6 : 00 pm - 9 :00 p m TR Th i s cou e will examine the many changes in Am e rican Qciery tha t resulted fr m U n i ted States involvement in the V i et n am War. A lthough we w i l l discuss m i l itary strategy Clnd guerr i l la warfare, our main focus w i l l b<:: on the d ip lomatic, political, soc ial , and cultural aspects o f the war. S p ec ific topics w i l l inc lude: the origins of th conflic t . orth and Soum Vietnamese politics, the experience of American -oldie.rs, the nature of the antiwar mllvement and th e counter-culture, the role of media covera ge of the war, th e evolution of U.S. policy deci · ions, dee mo ra l it y and ethics of the war, and the " lessons" of Vietnam. The course format w i l l include a mixture of lec t u re, discu�sion, and the ten-parr PBS se ries, "Vietnam: A Te l e v i s ion History . " Tuitlon: $ 2 2 5 per emester hour. XAVR 1 1 4 (Carp)

HlST 461

An i n te rp ret ive research and wri ting project on

cummunity h istory struc.tured to individual ized

study. On-site research in commu n i t ies requ ired , according ro c urrent g u id e l in e:; . C lass orientat.ion first week required. Can e used by teac.hers and p ro- pec t i ve reachers in m ee t L ng curriculum requ i re me n ts. Limited enrollme nt.

Tally card s i gne d by in s t ruc t or must accompa ny regi�tration; studen are advised to meet with the in tructor in early May. Cal l ( 206) 5 " 7 6 4 8 for fu r th e r information. Tuition: $ 2 2 5

p e r semester hour. (Martinson)

Cooperative EduGltion. For further informa­ tion, call ( 206) 5 3 5 - 7648 . Tally card requirc:d. Tui tion: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ( Martinson)

HIST 40 1 - The C i v il Right Movem nt 2 c r 1 9 - JuLy 23 9 : 00 a m - 4 :00 t)m MTWRF

LANGUAGES

HIST 399

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Intemship 1

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6 cr

Arrangements made w i th in s truc t o r pri r to May 1 5 ; have c o mpleted one course in h istory and one year in college; tally card �igned by in-tructor must accompany registration. I n ternship work and study proc scJ through

JuLy

I ctur , cia · d iscussions, aSSigned reading , and the fi lm series "Eyes on the Prize" [0 outline and an aly ze the struggle for civil rights led by African­ Am e rica ns in t he 1 9 50s and 1 960s. Key is ues to he ad dr -ed i n c lud e the eff t iveness of non-violent p rO tes t , sch isms w i th i n rh movement, tardy federa l response to calls for integration & legislation, and the leadersh i p of indiVIdual African-Americ'll1s. Th is course w i l l be appropriate for history studenrs, social science teacher , and those inrerested in African-American tudies. TlIition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ADMN 204A ( Kraig) Thib 2-credit

it' 5 third summer residenC)' at PLU in 1 96 9 .

West and Northwest 4 cr

HlST 502 - Advanced Placement Institute: History 2 cr jul)' 1 9 - july 23 9 : 00 am - 4 0 pm MTWRF Th e main ide Is and Lnterpretations of American h istory from colonial times through the early 1 9 705. Mornings are organize chrtlnol gica lly with each day devoted to a period of American hisrory. Afternoons are used for informal discll�5ions on organizing the Ad anced PIa e me nt course, teaching m thods. reading loads, written a . ·ignments and oth r i sued faced by AP History tea hers. Pa rr ic ipan r who have had ome experience te ac hi ng AP H i s to ry are encouraged ro br i n g with them sampl s of their teach ing materials ro s h a r e with the l as:.. T u it i cn : $ 2 50 p 'r se mester hour. XAVR 1 1 4 ( Carp )

May 24 - August 20 TBA

The Joffery Ballet perfonned

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May 24 - june 1 8 TBA

ourse w i l l cmp lo

CHIN 472 Meet Modern China 4 cr (also see Chinese) june 22 - August 20 6:00 pm - 9 :00 pm MW From b e h i nd [he anciem We II and her atte ntion to R iver and Palace. today China la u nc hes pace sate l l i tes and hecome a majm p layer in internat.ional po l itic'i. In t he next century, will more people speak English i n China than in the United ·tates? What will it mean to have 1 . 2 b i l l ion population trading parmer/compet itor ? Th is course x am i n e the rapid mmsitions in c on te mporar y Chinese society w i t h reference [0 ancient h istory, trad i t io ns (such as foods and medic ine ) , and l i terature. I t is designed for travelers, business entrepreneurs, students, nd educators intere ted i n _hinc e st ud i e s . Tuition: $ 2 25 per semester hour. A DM N 2 1 0 ( W u )

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Cl )l ' ({SE [ )ES( :[1. [ !'TIL )\)S

CLAS 2 0 Classical Mythology 4 cr (also

ee Classic ) May 24 - June 1 8 1 I :00 am - 1 :45 pm MTWRF lntroducti n [0 class ical mythology; cudy of the major m yths of Greece and Rome d1rough the te 'CS f Hom r, H es iod , the Gr ek rraged ians, ppo t loniu", Vergil, and Ovid; mphasis on the traditions of mythology, going back w pert inent M·"o potam ia n and H i u i tE' material, and � rward to influences of classical myths on later l i terature an d arts; at ten t i on to mod'rll inrerprerationE of ncient m yth s . All readl lws in English; sarisfies GUR in Litera t u re. Tu i t ion: 2 2 5 per semester huur. ADMN

MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY MFTH 5 1 2 - Professional Studies in Marriage and Family Therapy 3 c r May 26 - June 30 8 : 00 am - 2 : 20 pm, Fri . , Jlme 1 8 , 8 : 3 0 - 4 : 3 Profc$sional ethics and Washington

including fa ru i l ), law, legdl responsibil i t ies,

coopera t ion. Further study explores l icensure,

cerrification and the role o f profess illna l orga nization." . "' A ls o meers Friday, J u ne 1 8 , 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. In add i t io n , students are requ i red to attend court or 1 3 h o urs . Tuition: $39 - per sem ter hour. ECAM 1 3 ( York/ Storm)

S I G N 1 0 1 Sign Language 4 c r (also see ign Language) !vla)' 24 - July 2 6 : 00 pm - 9: 1 5 I))n MTWR

An in t r

uction to the str u c t u re of American ign Lm uage and to t he culture of the h ar i ng- i mpa i red. The course cover. basic signin skills and vocahulary , fi ngerspel l i ng , and the part ic u lar need and p rob l 'ms of Je,)f pc pie. The c ou rse material is presented t hrough d mon [Tat ions , drill, mime, rec i ra ls , len ures, an I discu io ns . Espec ia l l v valuable to teachers, social workers, nu rses and o th ers who n ed to work with those in the deaf commu­

MFTH 5 1 9 - PracticlJm I 2 cr May 24 - August 13 TBA

The fo u r scme"ter" f p racr ica are PClft of a con ti n u ous pro cs. tOward developing sp eci fic therap utic compe t enc i es i n work with

marriag and fam i l ies. Th practica present a competency.haseJ p rogra m in w h ic h each stude n t i evaluated regard in g: ( 1 ) case management :kills; ( 2 ) rclation h ip k i l l s ; ( 3 ) p e rceptu a l skills; ( 4 ) conce ptual ski l l s ; and ( 5 )

n ity. Tu ition: $225 per sem ter hour. 2 1 6 ( Curt is )

structuring " k i l ls. Practica requi rements

include 1 00 hour" of supervision o f 500 c l i e nt

SIGN 1 02 Sign Language 4 cr (also see Sign Language) July 5 - At/gus t 20 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 1 5 pm MTWR

AAMFT pp rov ed supervisors an d use " l ive superv i::.ion and v i deo tapes of s t u de n t ses io n s" as the primary ll1eth ds of c l i n ic a l supervision. Tuition: $395 per se meste r hour. EC M ( York/Storm) contact hours. Facu lty are

Additional prac t ic e of skills leam e d in SI 1 0 1 . See cuurse des ription

$225 per semester h

ur.

abuve.

T ui tion:

ADM ' 2 1 6 ( lInis)

won two silver

medals in rowing Maniage & Family Thera/)y course descriptio1lS continue . .

read ing, and wr i t i n o. T u itlon: $ 2 25 per seme rcr htlLJr. ADMN 2 1 0 ( Faye)

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panish; re ad in g

selections which re fl e c t the Hispanic c ll l t u w l heritage

as

we l l

(

tafO

as

c on tem por a ry

per -eme,rer

at the 1 986 Moscow Goodwill Games .

SPAN 1 02 lemcntary Spanish 4 cr (also see Spanish) Jlme 2 1 July 1 6 8 : 00 am - 1 0 : 45 am MT\l1RF A con t i n u :1r i o n of eleme.ncary

Pam Knapp , a

1 984 alumnus ,

SPAN 1 0 1 Elementary Spanish 4 cr (also see Spanish) May 24 - J une 18 :OO am - 1 0:45 am MTWRF . entials f p ro nu nc i a t i on, intonation, and srru� tur ; b ic ski l l in Ii renin , p aking,

Tuirion: $225

rules

of confidential ity and inter- profess ional

204b ( Nelson)

ADM

tate laws

which affect c l inical prac t i ce are swdied

materials. h o u r. ADM 208

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MFTH 520

Theory I 2 cr

Ma)' 24 - August 13 TBA The three emesters of theory take.n i n

MATH 1 2 8 - Linear Models/Calculus, Introduction 4 cr June 22 - August 19 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 pm TR

conj unction w i t h M Ff H 5 1 9 , 5 2 1 , a n d 5 23

Matrix theory and l i ne.ar programming,

con titute. an in-d pth study of one approach of marriage and fa mily therapy w i t h an emph sis on app l ying theory in practice. ECAM (Storm)

introduction to diffe re ntial and integral calcu lus. Concepts arc d eve loped stre sing applications. This cou e is primar ily for business administration maj ors but is open to all stuJents int e res t ed in business, economic.'i ,

MF1H 5 2 1 - Practicum I I 2 cr

a n d behavioral scie.nce applications. Prerequisite: Two years of h igh s hoo l algebra or MATH I I I - College Alge ra o r equivalent. Tui tion: $225 per semest e r hour. MGYM 101

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e de s cr i p tion under MFfH 5 1 9 , above. ECAM (York/Storm) MFTH 522 - Theory II 2 cr See description under MFfH 5 20, above. ECAM (York/Storm)

(Peterson)

MATH 140 - Functions, Analytic Geometry and Probability 4 cr May 24 - July 23 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 /)m TR

MFTH 5 23 - Practicum I II 2 cr See description u nder MFfH 5 1 9 , above.

Problem su lv ing and am dytic geometry are emphasized. Topics inc l u d e systems of equa tions , matrices, induction, t he binomial theorem, and p robab i l ity ( i nclud ing an

ECAM (York/Storm)

MFfH 524

- Theory III 2 cr See description under MriH 5 20, above. ECAM (York/Storm)

MFTH S2S

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introduction to expected va l u e and tandard deviation) . Additional topics may be selected from inequali ties, trigonometry, complex numbers, and the theo ry of equ a tions . This course will a ls o prepare student, for calculus

Practicum IV 4 cr

See description under MFfH 5 1 9 , above. ECAM (York/Storm)

and computer science. Prerequisite: MATH 1 1 1 and 1 1 2 or equivalent high school materia!' Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semestcr hour. MGYM 1 0 2 ( H e rzog)

MATHEMATICS

The first edition

of "The MOOling Mas t" WeLl issued on October 2 9 , 1 924 . The name of the weekly news/Ja/Jer honors the large mooring structure built near Fort Lewis for the appear足 ance of the famed dirgible Shenandoah .

To insure correct placement of stud nts i n Math 1 28 , 140, or 1 5 1 , e l igibility i s required for registratinn.

June

Students may establish e l igi b i lit y for registra足 tion for a cours e by earn ing a qu al i fy ing score

Prerequisite: Mcl th analysis or precalcu l us i n

MATH 1 5 1 - Analytic Geometry and Calculus 1 4 cr 7 - August 5 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 })1J1 TR Analytic geometry, functions, limits, derivati veo anJ i.ntegra l s wi th a pp l ications.

through the math placement system.

high school o r MATH 1 4 0 o r equivalent. Tuition: $225 per semester hour. M J YM 103

Students who have taken the prerequisite

(Dorner, 8 . )

course a t PLU are e l i g i b le w i t hout t aking the p lac emen t exam (grade of C- or bette r ) .

MATH 3 2 3

June

-

Modern Elementary Math 4 cr

1 6 - July 23 1 1 : 0 0 a m - 1 :00 pm MTWRF Co nc e p ts unJerlying traditional computati nal techniqm:s; a s y stemat i c an;!lysi of arithmetic; an intuitive a p proach to a lge [. and geometry. Intended for elementary teaching majors. Prerequisitc to EDUC 3 2 6 , Mathematics in th e Elementary choo!. Prerequisite: consent of instructor. Tu i t ion : $2.25 per semester huur. MGYM 1 03 ( 8< tkcr)

Students who have n o t taken t h e placement exam may obtain the exam a t the math department office. The exam and accompany足 ing questionnaire w i l l take abuut 70 minures. Allow one week for the re s u l ts to be ava i l ab l e . New students preferring to take the exa m by m ai l should contact the math p lacement d i rector at the earl i es t opportun ity. If you have taken the exam but do not have the results or have questions about placement, contact the math placement d irector, ( 206) 5 3 5 -7403

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MATH 02 - Advanced Plac e me n t Institute Calculus 2 c r Jul)' 1 9 - JIII 23 9 : 00 am - 4 : 00 [)m MTWRF There is con idenble d i sc ussion underway in t h e mathem:ltic community a s to what should be tau ht in calculus and how it s ho ul d be taugh t . ThE' " l ean and lively" approach suggests that calculus be made conceptual rather than c omp u ta t i na l , with i nc re ased geometric rea s o n i ng an an e m ph :ls i s on application and approximation. The institute focus on all three of t he necessary categories: ( 1 ) content, ( 2 ) pedagogy, a nd (3) new d i rections in c a l ulus. Designed for in -s erv i ce econdarl' math teach rs wh o are teaching or planning to teach AP Calculus in high school. Selected topic.s from single-variable calcu lus which lead to practical app l ication are d iscllssed, a lo ng with strategies fo r the effe ct ive teaching of t hese tOpics. Concen trates o n subject matler and on ideas for e ffective teaching. Tuition: $ 2 50 per seme ter hour. RCTR 2 2 1 ( A nderson )

MUSIC MUST - Piano Performance Institute No Credit July 6 - July 23 TB A MTWRF For junior and senior high school students. For

brochure, write: Dr. Calvin Knapp, Coord ina足 ror, P i a no Performance I ns t i tu t , Music Depart rnem, Pacific Lutheran U n iv e rs ity , Tacoma, WA 98447. Piano House ( Knapp) MUSI 202-2 l 9 P r ivat e I nstruction 1 -2 cr JHne 21 - A ugust 20 TBA TIl Department of Music offe pr i v, te in r rllct i on i n a v;'\riety of med ia, subject (Q instruct! r availability. Contact the Music ffice for lesson. c r ed it and tuition details t ( 206) 5 3 5 - 760 1 . Tuition: $225 per -emester hour. Private I 'on fee : $ 1 10.00 for one cred it, $ 1 8 .0 for two redits. (In add ition to

MUSI 3 4 1 B02 - Music for Classroom Teachers: World Cultures 2 cr July 1 9 - July 23 9 : 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWRF M e thods and techniques in teaching el e m e n足

tary school music employing music < nJ other arts from wo r ld culture ' . Offered for s t ude n t s preparing fo r elementary classroom t ea chi ng

( non-music education majors) . Tuition: $225 D 227 (Jessup)

per semester h o u r . EA

MUSI 402-4 1 9 - Private Instruction 1-2 cr June 21 - Augu t 20 TBA The Department of Mus ic offers private ins ruc ti o n in a v a r i e ty of med i a, subject to in s t r u c t o r a va il a b i lit y . Contact the M u si c

Office for lesson, cred it and tuition detail at ( 206) 53 5 - 7 6 0 1 . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hout. Private Lesson Fee: $ 1 1 0 for one credit, $ 1 80 for two credits. (S taff)

MUSI SO I A O I - Piano Literature Workshop: Music of Debussy 1 cr June 28 - July 2 1 00 pm - 5 : 00 pm MTWRF A study and a na lys i s of the piano music o f Claude Debussy. Emphasis i s o n tbe tec h ni qu e of learning and pe rfo r m i ng these great works. Open to s t u d e n ts , teachers and those desiring to broad en their knowledge of music. Tu it i o n : $ 2 50 per

hou!'. EAUD 2 2 7 (Knapp )

MUSl 5 0 1 B02 - Piano Pedagogy Workshop 1 cr June 28 - Jub 2 9 :00 am - Noon MTWRF

The teaching of t h eo ry and key bo a rd harmony from the beg i nn i ng to the advanced level. Subjects include teaching read i ng , key sign at u re , chord progressions, keyboard ha r mon y and improvisations, transposing, mod ul at i on , melody harmonization and analysis. Open to teac h e rs and th ose int.erested in furthering their keyboard skills and knowl足 edge of music. Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour. EAUD 227 ( Knapp)

MUSl SOlC03 - Graduate Music Specialists : Orff-Schulwerk 2 cr

tuition) ( Smff)

MUSI 3 4 l A O I - Music for Classroom Teacher : Orff-Schulwerk 2 cr

semester

July 19 - July 23 9 :00 am - 4 :00 pm MTWRF Intensive week-long st.udy w i th a master

teacher in music, focusing on Orff- chu lwerk techniques. Taugh t in c o nj u nc t ion w i th MUSI 3 4 1 A. Write for speci I brochure, D ep a r tme n t of Music, P ac i fi c Lutheran University, Tacoma, WA 98447. Tuition: $250 p e r semester hour. EAUD 228 (Palmason)

July 1 9 - July 23 9 : 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWRF Method and procedures in t.ea ch i ng elemen足 tary school mu s i c as well as infUSing t he arts in the curriculum, employ i ng Orff-Schulwerk

techniques. Offered for s t ud e n ts preparing for t::lemcnrary c la- room te c h i n g ( non- music

education ma jo rs ) . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. EA 0 2 28 ( Palmason) Music couT.le descri[Jtions continue . .

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Doug Herland , 1 973 alumnus , was PLUs first Olym/)ic medal winner with a 1 984 Olym/)ics bronze medal in rowing.

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COL'RS!: 1 1 J:SCIU l'T l ll]\; S

MUS1 5 0 1 D04 - Graduate Music Specialists: World Cultures 2 cr July 1 9 - July 2 3 9 00 am - 4 : 00 pm MTWRF Inrensive w ee k - l o n g tudy with a mas[er

M U S I 502

June 21

teacher in m u s ic , foc u s i ng on

i nst ru c to r ava i lability . C m tact the Mu ic Office for le� on, credit and tuition de t a i l s at ( 206) rr-760 1 . Tu ition: $ 2 5 0 per emester hour. Private Ie. on fee: $ 1 1 0 for one credit, $ 1 80 for two credits. ( taff)

MUS1 5 0 1 E05

(Also see Education & Earth

NATURAL SCIENCE

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'lyle, linicians x p l o re problems and new ideas for all levcls: j u n io r hioh, cnior high, college and c h u rc h . I n c l ud es a pac ket of literature se l ec t ed by ach clinician. Conduc­ tors from weden, Germany, and Hungary will serve as guest clinicians. The w o r k s hop group give, a -hort, in for ma l concert conducted by t he c l i n icians in t.he beautiful acoustics of Ch r ist Episcop I C h u rc h . A ai lable for no c re d i t , $ 1 9 5 ( reg i st e r for MUSI SO lF) . Write fo r special br chure, De p a r t m e n t o f Music, Pac ific Luthewn U n iverSity, Taco ma , WA 98447. T u i t i o n : $250 per se mester hour. (If t a k i n g course fot cred it) EAUD 227 ( Sparks)

Choi1" of the West its unique

name during a

cuncert tour of the Great Lakes

1"egion in

193 1 .

Science ) NATS 3 5 0 Environmental Methods of lnve ·tjgation 4 cr June 2 1 - July 1 6 :OO am - I :OO /Jm MT\VR F

This interdisciplinary clas foc u ses on the methodology of data coil ction, ;malysis and ap p li cat i on for Environmental studies. It i n t egr ate s and utilizes the techniqu ' and p r i nc i p l es of environmental b io l ogy . chemistry, and geo l ogy s well as a p p l i c a t i n to pub l ic is· ues. S tu d e n t s participate in an ongoing s t ud y of a ne a rb y watershed which include : collect­ i ng data at regular intervals, reviewing the a p pro p r i a te literature, managing upplied statistics, m a pp i n g data distribu tion, tud ing related rox i co l ogy , incorporating l a n d use patterns, designing and i m pl e m e nt i ng a proj ect

Cboral Worksh op Augtl-lt 9 - August 13 9 00 am - 9;00 pm MTWRF Same as MUSI 5 0 I E , but for n o credit. Fee:

safety p la n ,

$ 1 95 EAUD 2 2 7 ( Sparks)

extensive outdoor field

MUSI 5 0 1 F06

gave PLU s

5 1 9 Private Instruction 1 -2 cr

m u s i c and othet arts from world cultu res. Ta u g h t i n conj unc­ tion with MUSI 3 4 I B02. Wrile (or 'peci a l b ro c hure , Depar m1 e n of Mu s i c , Pacific L u t h c r:m n iversiry, Tac om a , WA 9 447 . Tui t ion : 250 per ,e m e s t e r hour. EAUD 227 (J ess u p ) Cboral Workshop 2 cr Al�gu.st 9 - August 13 9:00 am - 9:00 pm MTWRF es ' ion s e x p lo ri ng rehearsal techniques, vocal dev lo p me n t , cond uct i n g technique, and music

Midwest w1"iters

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August. 20 TIM The De pa rt m ent ()f MUSic offers private instruction i n a variety of media, subject to -

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and participating in h y p o t hesi s testing Class format is variable including

work , laboratory analysis, trips to government and planning agencies, lectures and l ibrary r earch. A fina l presenracion of the resu l 0 the group study, in a s e m i n ar and written formar , is requ ired. The class is co - ta u g h t by five faculty m e mbe rs from va ryi n g di c ip l ine , including Political c ience, Chem i st ry , EconomiCS, Environmental S tud i es and B i ology . (Same as EDUC 503004) RCTR 1 02 (Whitman)

MUSI 539 - Topics in Music History 4 cr June 21 - July 16 9 : 30 am - 1 2 : 1 5 MTWRF In de p th s tu d y of selected to p i c s in music history. T u i t io n : $250 pe r seme ter h o u r .

EAUD 228 (Youtz)

MUSI 590 - Graduate Seminar 2 cr June 2 1 - July 1 6 1 : 30 - 3 : 3 MWR Tuition: $250 per emester ho ur. EAUD 1 22

(Robbins) MUSI 596 - Research in Music 1 -4 cr May 24 - August 20 TBA I nde pe nd e nt tudy card req u i re d ; see Music Dep r t m e nt . Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour.

(staff) MUSl 5 99 - Culminating Project 1 -4 cr

May 24

- AW'1<,lt 20 TBA You m ay register at any time d utin" the

s u mmer prior to August 1 .

Independent st udy M u s i c De p a rt m en t . Tu i t io n : 250 p e r semester hour. ( staff)

card req u i red ;

see

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NURSING

NURS 474 Nursing Synthesis 4 cr JuLy 12 - August 19 TBA 24 hours per week, plus 8:00 am - 1 0 :00 am R (classroom) Synthesis of c r itica l thi nking, independent j udgment, d ec i s i on making. t ec h n ical and leadership kills in the d e l i ve ry of hea .1th care in acute or c hro nic s ituations. Prerequisites: NURS 423, Phys iolog ical Nursing I I ; 1 URS 433, Physiological Nursing I I : l inical; URS 43 6, ommunity Health Nur ' i ng; Families; URS 453, Commu n i ty He lt h N ursing:

N URS 46Z Leadership in Nursing 2 cr lvlay 27 - August 1 9 1 0 :OO am - Noon R An:: !I . u, of profes 'ional r les and fu nctions in health care delivery sy--tems. Eva l ua t iu n of the i mpa t of or"anizari nal �tructures on profes­ sional n u rsing practice .. Leadershi and mana'" mem �ty les, concepts of pow r ;md duthority. Prerequisites: UR 423, Phy i Jl o g ic ) I Nu ing I I ; R S 4 3 3 , P h siologlcal Nursing I I : Clinical; NUR 436, Commw1iry Health , ursing: Fa m i l ies; N URS 4 3 , Co m m un i ty Health Nu ing: Clinical. LPN's ,md RN' only. Tu it i o n : $374 per scm t I' hour. RAMS 205 ( Thu rsd ay' ) (Fanslow)

Cli n ical. LPN's dnd RN's on ly, Tuition:

$374

p e r semester hour. R A M S 2 0 5 (Thursdays) (Kelly)

NURS 5 1 1 School N u rsing I 3 cr June 21 - Jul)' 1 6 9 : 00 am - Noon MTWR Application

NURS 472 Issues and Trends in Nursing 2 cr Mav 27 - August 19 I :00 pm - 3 :00 pm R n� I ysis and evalualion of the im pR c t of selected ci oeconomic, t!thicu- legal, and pol i t ic a l aspects on professional nursing practice. Profess ional issues mcluding emry . level, credentialing, quality ass Llfance, e th ic a l dec ision-mak ing and life-long lea rning. Prerequisites: NURS 423 , Ph , iological Nursina I I · U RS 43 3 Physiological Nursing II: C li ni ca ; N U RS 436 olllLUunity Health N ursing: F milie ; T U R 4 5 3 Co mmu n i t y Health Nurs i ng: Clinical. LP 's and R . , only. Tu i t i n: $374 per semest.er hour. RAMS 205 (Thursdays) ( Fanslow)

common

to

(jf the nursinn

proces to pI' b lem.s

the K- I 2 school age popul at ion and

pr val e n t in the school env ironment. N urses' rol es in the d eve lop me n t and imp lementation f school health pro"rams. ntent inc ludes as essment of the chool agc c h i ld , growth and development, screening, the exceptional ch i ld, school ad ministrarion, school law, and role implementation. Tuition: $250 per semester hour. RAM 2 0 2 ( taft,) NURS 5 1 2 School Nursing II 3 cr. June 2 1 - July 1 6 1 : 00 pm - 4 : 00 pm MT\\I'R

l

L eade rsh i p and management role development of the nurse in school in sc h oo l h <lIth program;. Focus on development stra tegies to

ist studen t.s and t e ac h e rs in preventing and/ or ident ifying spec i a l prob lems as w 11 as a'

N U RS 473 Community as Client 3 cr May 24 - htly 9 Clinical Days , MTW - TBA plus B : OO am - 1 0 :00 am R (classroom) N u r ' i n g strategi es for prohl 'm solving in community or public hea l t h nvironments. Focus on c ommu n it a es mem, health p lan n i ng , p l i c ad o n of the changt· proce.ss, and h 31th eJucation for h igh-risk groups. Prerequi ites: NURS 423, Physi logiC31 u ing I I : R 43 3 , Phys i o l og ical . ur ing I I : Clini al; N RS 4 3 6 , o mm u n it )t Health N u rs i ng: 'amil i ; N R 453, ommunity He,lth ucsing: I m ical. LP ' s Rnd RN ' s only. Tuition: $ 3 74 per sem ster ho u r. RAMS 20S (Thursdays) (Le vinwhn)

profess ional and community

for URS _ 5 2 1 , School u rli i ng Practicum. Tuition: $2)0 per semest er h ur. RAMS 202 ( staff) resources

support and treatment. Prerequisites:

President John F. Kennedy spo ke to a gathering at Cheney Stadium jor a jOintly sponsored convocation by PLU and UPS on September

27, 1 963 .

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PHED 2 2 4 Tai Chi 1 cr June 2 1 - July 16 5 : 00 pm - 6: 15 pm MTWR Activity course for men and women. Tuition:

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PHED 1 00 Personalized Fitness Program 1 cr

$225 per semester hour. OGYM Balcony (Qin)

June 21 -July 1 6 1 2 : 30 pm - 1 :45 pm MTWR To stimulate your inter :;t i n functional, per-om-l i ly d e ign ed programs of ph ys i c a l ac t i v i t y ; ass ss men r of phy ical c ondit io n and skills; recommendation of spec i fic programs for maintaining Clnd improving ph ys ica l hea lth. Meets GUR for activity class. Required for

PHED 2 7 5 Water Safety Instructors Course 2 cr

June 7 - June 1 1 & June 14 - June 1 8 8 : 00 am - Noon MTWRF You will learn to instruct Red Cross courses in w at er safety and swimming. Cour�e will be t heore t i c al a- wel l as pr act ic al as you will teach various levels of swi mming to l oc al e le me n t ar y school students. Upon su c ce ful c o m p l e t io n you will be ce rt ifi e d by A me r ic an Red Cross as a Water Sa fe ty Instructor (WS l ) . Small c ert i fi ca te fee required. Tuition: $225 per semester hour. Pool (Johnson)

graduation. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. OGYM Balcony (Westering, Sc.) PHED 1 5 1 Beginning Golf 1 cr May 24 - June 18 8 :00 am - 9: 15 am M TWR Act ivity course for men and women. Tuition: $225 per semester hour. Cou rse fee: $ 1 0.00. OGYM Fie l d House ( Marsha ll) PHED 1 62 Beginning Tennis 1 cr

PHED 288 Teaching Methods of Weight Training 1 cr

May 24 - June 1 8 7:00 am - 8 : 1 5 am MTWR A c ti v i ty COurse for men and women. Tuition: $225 per se mes te r hour. Course fee: $5 .00.

June 2 1 - June 25 6 : 00 pm - 9 :00 pm MTWRF Planning, t eachi ng , spotting and safety in teaching we igh t training. Tuition: 2 2 5 per semester hour. Fitness Center (West r i n g, Sc. )

MGYM Gym ( Benson) PHED 1 7 7 Weight Training 1 cr June 21 - Jul), 16 2 : 00 pm - 3: 1 5 pm MTWR Activity course fo r men and women. Tu i t io n : $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. Fi tness Center ( W es te ri n g , Sc. )

PHED 3 2 2 0 1 Physical Education in the Elementary School 2 cr July 5 - July 1 6 6 : 00 pm - 9:00 pm MTWRF Learn organization and admin istration of a developmental program fo r g ra de K-6; sequential and progre sive programming; large repertOire of activities. For undergraduates. Tuition: $225 per semester hou r . MGYM

PH ED 1 83 Power Aerobics 1 cr July 26 - August 20 5 00 pm - 6: 15 pm MTWR Power Aerohics for men and ',;'omen, Tuition: $ 2 25 [ler semester hour. Fi tn e:" Ce n ter (West e ri ng , S u . ) Dr. David Olson, PLU Athletic Director, was named to the NAJA HaU of Fame in 1 988 .

Gym (Poppen) PHED 3 2 2 02 Physical Education in the Elementary School 2 cr

PHED 1 92 Intermediate Tennis 1 cr July 26 - Attgus t 20 7 : 00 am - 8 : 1 5 am M HVR Acti vity c o u rse for men and wumen. Fcc: $ 1 0. Tu i ti nn : $225 pe r semester hour. MGYM Gym ( Benson)

July 26 - August 6 6 : 00 pm - 9: 00 pm MTWRF Learn organization and ad mini trntion of a development I program for g rade s K-6; � e qu e n ti al and progressive prog ram m ing; l a r ge repertoire of activities. For undergraduates, Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per se m est er hour. MGYM Gym (P oppe n )

PHED 2 1 6 Life Guard Training 1 cr

June

1 - June 5 3 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 pm TWRF Sat 9 :00 am - 5 : 00 pm As an American Red Cross Life guarding participant you must be a b le ro swim 500 yards non-stop using front crawl, cl e m , backstroke, breast s t rok e and side stroke. You will learn non-swimming as-ists, ca rri es , defenses, escapes, spinal injury management, and various rescue methods, Upon succe sful co mple t i on of class you will be cert ifi ed b Red Cross in Lifeguard Training/CPR and Standard First Aid. $ 1 0 cert ificate fec required. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 pe r semester hour. Pool (Johnson)

PH ED 3 6 0 Practicum 2 cr May 24 - August 20 TBA Ass ist an t c oa c h i ng , tea c h in g experiences; planning and co ndu c ting i nte rco l leg ia te athletics and phys i ca l education instruction; you work under su pe r v i s io n of a head coach or p hy si c al education instructor. T� lly card required . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour.

(Saff)

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PHED 399 Internship 1 - 8 cr

May 24 - August 20 TBA Provides undergraduat st u d e n t s with pra cti c al i n your p ro fess i on a l fie ld. It is an opport u n i t y to det e r min e your level of inte r es t in a -pec ifie fie ld. Your placement is predeter­ mined hy you, your facu l ty advisor and on site fidd supe rvisor. G rad e s based on succe ful completion o f a l l ass i g n ments including wri tten proie rs and Q[a l presentation. App licat ion or m' available fro m FE O ffice . You a re expected to apply one se mes te r ahead of reg lst r i o n for i nt ern sh ip. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 pe r se.me tel' ho u r. ( Ev a n ) experienc

PHED S O l C03 Teaching Methods of Aerobics 1 cr

August 9 - August 1 3 6 :00 pm - 9 :00 /)m MTWlRF Teaching st ra t egie' of high and low impact aerohics, c i rcuit and in terv a l training, and bench aerobics. Ov erv i e w of phys io logy, nutrition, music, and pr o fe ss i on a l organization. Tuition: $ 2 50 per semester hour. OGYM l O 2 A (We tering, Su.)

PHED 520 Research Design 3 cr

Ma)' 24 - June 1 8 6 :00 pm - 9 :00 pm MWR

PHED 480 Exercise Physiology 4 cr

Con id e r the value of, a nd need for, ongoing research in health, ph ys ica l education,

May 24 - June 1 8 9 :30 am - 1 2 : 1 S /)m MTWlRF

re creat ion and related fields. You learn

Study the sc i nt i fic basis and physio log ical

research methods and tec hn i q u es currently used in t h es e areas and ga i n experience in the process of planning and implementing researc h projects in your spec i fic area of i n t e r e s t . The o rgani za t i o n of research results for appropriate

effect of phy,i a l activi ty on tht: human bo dy . Lecture and di cuss ion e m phas i d irecteu roward practical application of p r i nc ip l e s and concepts of exercise physiology in sch ool s , c l i n i c and corporate environments. Lab opportun ities ar� provided to help you apply clas mater i a l . Pr requisite: BIOL 205- 206 or ins t ru ctor consentT u itio n : $22 5 per semester hour. OGYM 1 0 6 ( Evans)

d issemination is also u iscussed. Tuition: $ 2 50 per semester hour . OGYM 1 06 ( Evans)

PHED 530 Contemporary Issues in PE and Sport 3 cr

June 2 1 - JuLy 1 6 6:00 /lm - 9 : 00 pm MTR An h istorical ancl philosophical framework is u t i l i ze d to st ud y the various issues which

PHED 49 1/59 1 Independent Study 1 cr

Ma)' 24 - AugtLSt 20 TBA Reading a nd r earch on sele c ted topics approved and su pe rv i se d by insuucwr. I ndepe.nde nt study c a rd signed by imtructor needed fo r r gistration. T u i tion : $ 2 2 5 per semes ter hour undergraJuate; $250 per semt:ster ho u r raduate. ( S t a ff)

concern and c on fro n t the profession toda y. How do you stand on the role of ph ys ic a l fitne within the PE pr og r a m ) Ho s h ou ld the p ro� ion reac t to the conduct of interscholas­ tic and intercoll giare arhletics? What can one do to address drug� i n sport, p rofe 'ionalism, or the sad s t ar e of profes ional ethics? Should o u r profess ion be co nc e rned with d e c l ining

PHED 5 0 1 AO l Life Guard Training I n tructor Course 1 c r

cducarional sl andards ? Class w i l l he conducted in a seminar format, i ncorpmat in g regular utside re ad i ngs a nd ass i gn men ts . Tuition: $25 per se ine ter hour. OGYM 103 ( Fisher)

June. l - June .5 3 : 00 /)m - 9 00 /Jm T\XlRF Become an d American Red Cross Lifeguard T rd i n in g 1 l15trucwr. Learn and practice t eachin g t echni que: for t rai ni ng li fegu ard s.

Tuition: $ 2 5 0 per sem

te.r hour Pool (John­

PHED 560 Project Seminar 1 -4 cr

'on)

Ma)' 24 - Augus! 20 TBA

PHED 501 B02 PsychoIo\:ical Skills for Peak Performance 1 cr

I ndividual ized direction l e ad in g t o the completion of <l resea rc h p roj ec t. Arranged by David 150n. Tuition: $250 pt:r seme ·ter hou r. ( Ols o n )

July 1 9 - July 23 3 :00 pm - 6 : 00 pm MTWlHF Enables athletes at a i l levd' to enhance p rformance t hrough men t a l t ra i n i n g . A m on g rec hnique s used are relaxation, m e ntal rchea I, stre ma n agem en t , pos i t ive tho ugh t control and goal setring. This is a praC[ical, " hanus - o n " course, whatev r y ou r age or le ve l of ability. T u i ti a n : $ 2 50 per semester hour. OGYM 1 06 ( H acker)

In 1 908 , PLA

students rose at 6 : 30 am , and their day was

structured until the electric lights were turned

off

at 1 0 pm-a strict regime

which included

room inspections , daily devotions , and mandatary

Ph)'sical Education course descri/Jtions cominue . .

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s tudy hours .


PHED 599 Internship 1

May 24 - August 20 TBA

-

8 cr

HEED 5 0 1 EOS Stress Without Distress 1 cr june 2 1 - june 25

6:00 pm - 9 : 00 pm MTU?RF Learn abour stress, what you sh ou ld know a bo u t stress, ho w to reduce the h a r m fu I effe t; of stress, and the relationship f inc reased str 5S t disease problems. Tu i tio n : $250 per se mes ter hour. OGYM 1 02A ( Hoseth)

To prov ide graduate students with p rac t ica l

opportunities for Dew experienc S iD your professional fie ld. Your plac e me n t and experience are predetermined by you, your fac u l ty advisor and the on s i te field supervisor. Your grades are based on the s uc c ess ful completiun of II internship assignments which

PHILOSOPHY

inc lude w r i tt e n

and seminar proj ects. Secu re internship application fro m School of P h ysica l Education. You are expected to app ly for yo u r i mer n s h i p one semester ahead of registration. Tu ition: $250 p r se me s t e r hour. ( EVrl!1s)

PHIL 1 0 1

June 2 1

-

Philosophical Iss ues 4 cr

1 6 9 :00 In - Noon MTWRF ph i loso ph y by 'ur"eying several of the most imponam topic U 1 the h istory of philosophy . The issues we d i. eu . may in c l u de : Is t h e re a God ďż˝ How do we know what we know l Are a l l h u m a n act ions physiGllly determ i ned ? W ha t makes an a c t i o n right or wrong? The goal of the cours is not so much - jul),

Introduces

HEALTH EDUCATION HEED S O I AO I Food and Health 1 cr

Ma)' 24 - May 28 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 pm MTWRF Topics inc lude nutriem and their metabolism, d i e tary guidel ine" food fadd ism, labeling, additive" vegetarianism, obesity and n u tri t io n for spec ial populations. Tu ition: $250 per semester hour. OGYM I 02A ( Hose r h )

to pro v i de answers to th e qu ( iuns as to underst,md the iSSUC8 a nd oprions and to learn h ow to employ c lear, c ri t ical, and charitable t h in k ina about them. FulfJb the UR in Philo ophy. Tuition: $225 per se m este r hour.

ADMN 204A ( Myrbo) HEED S0 1 B02 S ubstance Abuse 1 cr june 1 4 - june 1 8

PHIL 1 2 5 0 1

In this

18 9 : 00 am - Noon MTI,{!RF Reviews and asses es major ethical r heories, w h i c h attempt to answer qu st ions a bout what makes omething r i gh t or wrong and how we should live. Critic ally aprlies these rhee ries t a range of contemporary moral problem , uch as abortion, euthanasia, the e n v i ronm nt , and war. Fulfills the GUR in Ph i lo'ophy . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per se m est e r hour. ADMN 204A

6 : 00 pm - 9 :00 pm MTWRF course we will look at the drugs used i n today' sports ¡cene. \Ve w i l l als xa m i ne other related topics uch as AID , d rug tes t in g, drugs that affect performance and tre tment programs. There w i l l be outside reading required. Tuition: $250 per scm te r hour. OGYM 105 ( ic hol son )

Ma)1 24 - jlme

HEED 5 0 1 C03 First Aid / CPR 1 cr

The PLU

ladiator football team won national attention in 1 940 with its star pia)'en , the "Marvelous Marvs "-Marv Harshman and Marv Tommervik.

june

6 - june 1 1 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 I)m MTWRF to provide fi rs t a id and CPR in emergencies. T h is course meets requirements for the A me r ic an Red Cross Standa rd First Aid. A First A id and CPR c a rd will be issued u pon your slIcct'ssful complet ion. $ 1 0.00 fee . Tu it i on : $250 per semester ho ur . MGYM 1 0 1

-

Moral Philosophy 4 cr

( Nordby)

Learn ho w

PHIL 1 2 5 02

-

Moral Philosophy 4 cr

july 2 6 - Aug1lS( 20 9:

0 am - Noon MTWlRF ee description un de r PHIL 1 2 5 0 l, above. Tuition: $225 per 'emester h ou r . ADM

204A (Corle n )

(N ichotson) PHIL 225 Ethical Theory 2 c r

M a y 25 - june 2 2 6 : 00 pm - 9 :00 p m TR A d d resses questicns about how one s h ou ld l i v e and whaL make actions right o r wrong h y r ev i e w i n g and assessing major ethical theories in the Western rra ition. Counts toward the GUR in P h i l osoph y . T uirion: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ADMN 204A (C orer)

HEED 5 0 1 004 Sports Medicine 1 cr june 2 1 - june 25

6 : 00 pm - 9:00 I)m MTWRF

Wor ksh op for those going i n to coaching and/or p h ysica l education. Mrljor thrust is toward i nj ur y prevention and the immediate G.lre of most c o mm o n sports inj uries. You will sp nd some ti me on taping ankles. Course fce: $ 5.00 for taping s u p p l i e s. Tuition: $250 pe r semester ho ur . OGYM 1 06 ( i holson)

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PHIL 226 Moral Problems 2 cr June 24 - J ul), 22 6 :00 pm - 9:00 pm TR E,' a mi n s coml"Oversi,ll public and persona l moral i 'ut!!t in l igh t of e t h ica l theories about what makes an act r i g h t or wrong. Issue may inc lude euthanasia, abortion, suicide, sexual mora li t y , discrimination, t he environment, and war. ounts toward the R in P h il oso p h y when paired with PHIL 2 25. Tuit ion: $ 2 25 per e me:;ter

hour. ADM

204A (M rbo)

POLITICAL SCIENCE POLS 347 - Political Economy 4 c r May 24 - JuLy 23 6 00 pm - 9 : 30 pm lW I n t.his course w e study h ow polities affects economics. Top i cs include the development of c ap i ta l i sm , economic policy, international and regional i."lICS At the close of the cla we s imulate "Iobal economic negotiations .

Tuition : $ 2 2 5 per s e mes t e r

PHYSICS

PHYS 1 26- Co ll e ge Physic 4 cr luly 1 2 - Alt!'ust 20 :CJO am - 1 0:45 am MTWRF

2 16 (Spencer) POLS

July 26

ontinuation of PHYS 1 2 5 above. Co n c u r ren t

( Sabeli/

orJ)

PHYS 1 3 5 - CoUege Phy i Lab 1 c r June I - July B l :oo /l1ll - 4 :0 I,m MW or TR

Open lab Basic laborat ry experiments arc pe r fo rmed in conjunction with (he College PhYSICS sequence. Concu rrent registrati n in PHYS 1 2 5 i req u i red , Tuition: 225 per semester h o u r . RCTR Open Lab (Saberi/Ford ) PHYS 1 36 C oll ege Physics Lab 1 cr - AugllSt 1 9 1 : 0 0 p m - 4 : 00 p m MW or TR Ollen lilh Continuation of PHYS 1 3 j , above. Concur­ rent r gisrr' t io n in PHYS 126 is required. Tumon: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. RCTR Open Llh (Sa eti/For,1)

July 1

387 '

- The Middle East 4 cr Augu s t 20 1 :00 pm , 4 : 00 pm

MTlXiRF

PHYS 136 is requ ired. T u i t io n

$ 2 2 5 per semester hour. RCTR 2 1

ADMN 2 1 4

POLS 3 6 8 - The American Presidency 4 c r May 24 - June 1 8 8 00 am - 1 2 : 1 5 pm MTWR Study of the l1ation's highest pol i t ical office in terms of the roles and expe.cwtions of the office, styles of l e a d e rs h i p , PresiJcnriul dec ision-makina, t h e power and lim itat ions and the i n t era c t i o n of personal ity nnJ in s t it u ­ tion. Tuirion: $22 5 per seme ter hour. ADMN

PHYS 1 2 5 - College Physics 4 cr May 3! - July 9 ( :00 am - 1 0 : 4 5 am MTWRF An i mrod uc t i o n to the fundclmcntal topics of physics. It i� non calculus sequence, involving only the use of trigonometry and college :JIg >bra. Concurrent registration in PHYS 1 3 5 is requited. Tuition: $ 2 2 - per cmesrcr h o u r . RCTR 2 10 ( 'abeti/Ford )

registrat ion in

hour.

(O lufs )

m r rasr;" t

he history and asp i rat i o n of the w i t h the rea li t y of Eu rope<l n

Arnh Nation

dom in<lnce and its legacy, the formation of the pr en t Arab state ' anJ l Tad Events in the regIOn re explained by examining five separate but ove rl app i n g conflicts: �uperpolV r rivalry, Arabs v . I'raelis, progressive v:. trad i t io n a l A b tates, various i n t e rp re t a ions o f Islam, and agitation hy non-stat actoc. Tuition: 2 2 5 per ernester h ill . ADMN 2 1 4 (Kelleher) POLS 502 - Advanced Placement: A me ric an

Government 2 cr

In Ma)'

of 1 97 1 ,

PLU's oldes t

Olaf

lldy 1 9 - 1uly 23 9 : 00 am , 4 : 00 pm MTWRF An in t e n s i ve courSe for h i g h hool f8c ulty

alumnus ,

i n v o l ved in AP American Government courses. Designed to aid both [he new AP reacher and experienced A P teac hers, T u i t ion: $ 2 5 0 per semester hour. ADMN 2 l l A (Olufs)

graduated at age

Gulbmnsen ,

88 . He was a PLU high school dmp out in 1 903 , having enrolled at the Academ), in 1 90 1 . Over the )'ears , he ser'ved as

a regent and

attended almost every sporting and pelformance event at PLU.

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PSYCHOLOGY

RELIGION

PSYC 350 Personality Theories 4 cr

RELI 1 2 1 - Introduction to Chri cian Tradition 4 cr

May 24 - June 18 1 1 : 00 am - 1 :45 pm MTWRF Strategies for the. study of p ers o n a l i t y theories. Techniqu - of measurement and implications for coun d ing and/or psychotherapy. Prereq­

May 24 - Jul)' 23 6 : 00 In11 - 9 : 00 1))11 TR ThLs course add resses 8 l 'cted theological ljuestions and formu lations in t h e i r "ocial and historical contexts. After a brief introduction to the field of r" l ig illn w h ich sets hrisr ian ity

uisite: PSYC 10 1 . Tuition: $225 per ,emester

hour. XA VR 203 ( Muritsugu)

i n the context of world re li g ions, this course

concenrrares u p o n the theo logical topics, God,

PSYC 352 Development: Infancy to Maturity 4 cr

hrist. and humanity. Each ropical unit surveys

Chri rian sc r ip t u re , [he h istorical tradition, and

June 21 - July 16 1 1 : 00 am - 1 :45 pm MT\V'RF Phy-ical, inrellecrual, social and emotional growth from infancy through ad o l esc e nce

contemporary lib wr ion rheology. The

historical surveys of each topic will examine

to

maturity. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 p r semester hour.

the response of Chri.<;tian theology t

XA VR 203 ( Brown )

issues raised in particular soc illhi cmical context · .

PSYC 401 Asian American Experience 2 cr

semester hour. ADM

a t i fies Line 2 ,

July 1 9 - July 23 9 : 00 am - 4:00 pm MT\'(IRF Lectures, tours an d meals presented to

2 1 0 ( Howe ll)

June 2 1 - July 1 6 8:00 am - 1 0 :45 am MTWRF Hinduism, Buddhism, j a inism, and Sikism ­

in the <lrea. H istorical, socio log i c a l and

psychol()gical material on the Asian experi­

their origin ,md developmen t , expansion, and

ence; prov ides studenrs w i th a p er spec r i ve on

c n emporary issues. Emphasis on pr i ma ry

one of the more e th ica l ly d iverse minority communities in the Nonhwe:,t, Co n verge

Tui tion: $225 per semester hour. ADM

includes Japanese, Chinese, V ietnamese, and

204B ( I ngram)

Filipino cultural groups.

p a id

to

$50

meal fee

to

sources in translarion. Sat isfies line

be

225 per semester hour. ADMN

May 26 - July 23 6 00 pm - 9 00 I)m MW Confucianism, TaoLsm, Ch i nese and Japanese Buddhism. Shinto, and the "new re l ig ions" of

204B ( Moritsugu)

PSYC 450 Ps hological Testin g 4 cr May 24 - July 1 6 6 : 00 pm - 9 : 00 pm Survey of ,tandard tests; mer ll.ods of deve lop­

Japan-their Qrigins, development, and

contemporary is · ues. E m p h asis on primary

sources in trans lation. SatL,fies line , G U R . Tu iti o n : $225 per semes t e. r hour. ADMN

ment; standardizati()n; limitations and

interpretat.ions of resrs. Prereq uisite: PSYC 242 or 243, a course in �tati,tics, or instructor's consent. Tuition: XAV R 203 (staft)

), GUR.

RELI 1 3 2 R e l igi on s of East Asia 4 cr

instructor on the first day of c lass .

Tui tion:

May of 1 96 1 . "Lutes " W(l.S not adopted unci! 1 980 .

Tuition: $ 2 r per

RELl 1 3 1 - Rc.ligions of South A ia 4 cr

fami liarize studenrs with the Asian community

Pacific Lutheran College chose "Gladiators" as the nickname for their athletic teams in 1 927. The "Gladiators " became the "Knights " in

G UR .

204B ( lngraro)

RELI 2 1 2 - Religion and Literature of the New Testament 4 cr

225 per semester hour.

May 24 - June 18 2 : 00 pm - 4 :45 pm MTWRF

PSYC 490 History and Systems of Psychology 4 cr

H istoric a l development, con temporary forms,

Li terary, hi�torical, and theological di mension raml!nt, including perspectives on contemporary i sues. Satisfies l ine I , G R. 210 Tu i tion : $225 per semester hour. ADM

and basic

(Oakman)

of the New T

July 26 - August 20 1 1 :00 am - I :45 1M MTWRF as ' um pt i o ns

of the major psycho logi­

cal theorie ' and trad i t ions. Prerequisites: 1 0 1 ( l nr roduct ion t o Psychology ) ; 2 4 2 o r equiva­ lent ( Advanced Statistics and Research Design ) , one of 340 ( Human

RELI 226 - Christi.an Ethic 4 cr June 2 1 - JlIly l 6 1 1 00 am - 1 : 45 Jlm

MT\\J'RF

An i n t ro duc t ion to the personal and social ethical d i mensions of Christian life and thought with attention to primary theological posi rions and s p eci fi c pro b l em areas. atisfics

euwpsychology ) , 342 ( L e a rnin g : Research 346 ( Pe rc ep t io n ) , 348 ( Cognitive Pro esses ) ; one of 350 ( Personality Theorie s ) , 3 5 2 ( e v lopment: Infancy t o Maturity) , 3 5 4 ( Soc i a l Psychology ) . T u i t ion: $ 225 per "e mester hour. XA VR 1 1 4 (Nolph) and Theory) ,

line 2, CUR. Tu ition: $ 2 2 5 per cmc ..ster

hour. ADMN 208 (Stivers/G ross)

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REU 3 2 - The Life of Jesus 4 cr 26 - At'8llSt 20 8:00 am - 1 0 :45 am MT\VRF stud · of the l i fe and teacllinos of Jesus; a hi t ri I survey of "Life of] ' u " re sea rc h , form lei redaction c r i t ic i m of he os eI trad ition; the religious d i m ensions of Jesus' life and thought. 3 t isfies Line I , GUR. Tu i t i o n : $225 per ,enl' tet hour. A D lv!J\l 206 (Govig)

SIGN LANGUAGE ( Also

JlIly

REU 364 - Theological Studies: Black Liberation Theology 4 cr. May 24 - June 1 8 1 I :00 am - I :45 pm MTWRF Bla c k L i beratio n Theology i� the p cial topic (or thi sect io n f R e l ig i o n 364. Black Liberati n Th eolog y is n i mport a n t movement in contemporary Christianity that acldrCS1ies the oppr '--ed c o nd itio n ( f African and African Am rican peop le . The cour-e includes James Cone ( the first t heolog ian to systematize Black liberati( n Theola y ) , womaniso ( A fr ica n American wo me n who are theolog ians ) , and S uth African Th e a l Jgy. Satisfies Line 2 , G R . T u i t i o n : $ 225 per se m es ter hour. OM 206 ( Howell)

U TE

see Languages ) SIGN 1 0 1 Sign Language 4 cr

M ay 24 - July 2 6 00 /)m - 9 : I S pm M TWlR An in trod uction to the structure of American Sign Language and to the culture of t he hea ring- ilnpaired . The course covers basic signing sk i l l s and vocabulary, fingerspel l i ng, and the p:1rt icular needs and p ro bl e ms of deaf peop le . The course material is p resen t ed through demonstration , d r i l l , mime, rec iwls, l ec tu r�s , and d i sc u ss i o ns. Especially v a l ua Ie to teac h e rs, social workers, nurses and others who n eed

work w i th rhos in the deaf commu­

SIGN 1 02 Sign Language 4

cr

July 5 - August 20 6 : 0 pm - 9 : 00 pm M TWlR A dd i t i o n a l practice of skill� learned in SIGN 10 l . See course d e c ription above. T u i t i o n : $ 225 per se me s ter hour. ADM

2 1 6 ( Curtis)

SOCIAL WORK

( Lutheran Institute of

Theological Education) Summer Institute of Theology 1 cr JlIly I2 - I S , 1 993

to

n ity . Tuition: $ 2 2 5 pe r semester hour. ADM 2 1 6 (Curtis)

SOCW 333 - Interviewing 4 cr 9 : 00 am · N oon MTWlRF A laboratory cou e t h a t provides oppo rt u n ity to l e a rn basic interviewing sk i lls and tech­ n iques t hrough various experiential for ms .

June 28 - July 23

"Fol low me . . . Fa ith & Discipleship Today" is the theme of this week of theological T udy for t ude n l:li , lay church s taff, clergy and fa m i l ies. Lec tur ,.. for the week: Marcus Borg, nationally kn ow n Jesus sc ho la r nd Di ·tinguished Professo r of Re l igion & C u l t u re ' t Oregon State

Open to non-social work majors. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 pe r semester hour ECAM 16 (Johnstone/

Hiam) SOCW 4 0 1 A O I - Communication Skills for Empowering Children 2 cr June 2 1 - July 2 2 : 00 pm - 5 : 00 pm MTWlRF This course identifies effective communication ki l l s nec e · ar)' to fac i l itate behavioral c h a n ges in c h ildr n. Focus will be the utilization of l a n guage to empower c h ildre n to c h a nge rheir own b e h a v i o r. The s tu d e n t will l e a r n skilh for he l p ing children deal with loss, c ri s i s , and -T ress. The us f metaphors, storywritLng, a n d cartoon characters are e m phas i zed in pro v id i ng

ni versity, Corvallis, OR; Marc Kolden, Professor of y_ tematic Theo lo '\" Lu ther orthwestern Th eo l og ic a l Seminary, St. Paul M! and r pular te ac he r on C hri sti a n vocation; Karen B loomquist, Di rec tor for Studies, EL A ommission fo r hurch in oc iety . Sessions include Ie cures, a [erno 11 i n re res [ groups and worsh ip. Begins M nday a 8 : 0 am; conc ludes Thursday at 1 2:30 pm. For Information on tuition and other fees, conmct the LITE Office; PLU, Tacoma, WA 98447 or call ( 206) 5 3 5 - 7342.

context of therapeutic change for a w id e variety of childhood difficulties. Tuition: $ 2 2 5 per se ;nester hour. ECAM 1 6 ( Hiam) a

Duke Ellington performed for Homecoming in

1 965 ;

Cosb)l

,was

Bill the

Homecoming weekend attraction 1 972 ; •

Bob Hope

entertained in

1 974 ;

King

Olav V of Norway visited in 1 975 ;

Doc

Severinsen , trumpeter, performed in

1 9 75 ; Social \JV'ark course descrijJtions continue .

King

Carl XVI of Sweden visited in

1 982;

Linus

Pauling, a Nabel Laureate in chemistry , spoke in 1 988 .

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SOCW 40 1 80 2 - Values and Diversity - 2 cr 21 - July 2 2 : 00 pm - 5 : 00 pm MTWRF This cour se e x pl res the s k i l l s , v a l ues and

June

i n terrelationship behav iors that are integral to

the diverse interc u ltural re lat ionships in our

oc iety that affect the prov iders and con umer, o social ;]nd is

(0

u c a t i o n n l services. The purpose

e

i ncrea se st udent's awarenes.s of cultural

d iversity upon perc ptions and interac t ions. This cou e fulfills ( he RCW req u i re m e m for a m u lt i-cultural component for teacher certificn­ tion. Tu ition:

$ 2 2 5 per semester hour. E A M

SOCIOLOGY SOC1 330 The FamiJy 4 cr Ma)' 24 - J une /8 8 : 00 am - 1 2 : /5 pm MTWR Ana lysis of the changing nature of the fa m i l y as a system of so c i a l positi ons and roles. Examina­ tion of rh e fa m i ly from

Provision of a theoretic�l base and requ isite ski l ls for d i rect service in s o c i <:l l work. Wi th i n 3

genera l ist framework the fol l owing i n terven­

tion models ::Ire presented : the systems model,

the task-centered mod e l , problem-solving theory a nJ the co mm o n human needs mode l. Consent of i n s t ruc t or required. Tu i t ion : $ 2 25 per em Sler hour. ECAM 27 (Keller)

socio-h istor i c a l anJ

relat ionships, m a r r i age, family positions and roles, family types, parenthood, socialization,

re t ire me nt , diHlrce, and remarriage. Tu ition:

$225 pe r semest

2 7 (John tone)

SOCW 472 - Practice 1 - 4 cr Ma)' 25 - July 2 9 : 00 am - Noon MWF

a

c r os s - c u l tur a l perspective. Tcpics include lo ve

r

h ur. ADM.

200 ( Biblarz)

SPANISH ( Also see Languages ) SPAN 1 0 1 Elementary Spanish 4 c r May 24 - June / 8 8 :00 a m - 1 0 : 45 am MT\)(!RF Es e n t i a ls of pronunc i<:lrion, intonation, and structure; basic s k i l l s i n l isten l ng , 'peak i ng, read in , and writing. Tuition: $225 per seme ter hour. ADM 1 2 1 (Faye) SPAN 102 Elementary Spanish 4 cr 16 8 : 00 am - 1 0 :45 am MTWRF A conti nuation of elementary Spanish; re ad i ng

SOCW 475/476 - Field Experience - 2 cr May 25 - Augl.tSC 20 Noon - / :00 pm M \\'iF S u pe rvised field work with an ngency or

June 2 / - July

inst itution. Applicat ion/integrat ion of

se lection which re flect the H i:;panic cultmal

h e r i tage as well as clJntemporary m a teria l s . Tuit ion: $225 per semest e r hour. ADMN

knowled <>e theory and understand ino. Develop

�� nt of sk ills common

to

s o ia l work.

Prerequisite : Consent of in Lructor requireJ. Tu i t ion: $ 2 2 5 per semester hour. ECAM 2 7

(staff)

( Ke l l e r)

208

STATISTICS

SOCIAL SCIENCES

STAT 2 3 1 Introductory Statistics 4 cr May 24 - June 18 8:00 a m - / 0 :45 am MT\)(!RF Descr i pt i ve statistics: mea ures f cent ra l

SSCI 505 Social Science Research Methods 4 cr. J une 1 - July 22 3 : 00 pm - 6 : 20 pm TR B as ic rese a rch c on ce p t s a pp l ied to l <:l bo r a to ry , field, <:lnd b i b l io g r a p h i c studies. Topics include

tenden y

and dispers ion. Inferent i a l tatistics:

ge nera l i za t io n s about po p u la t ion s fro m s a mp le :;

by pa ra m e tr ic

and nonparamecric tec hn i que s .

MethuJs covered i nc l ud e est i mation, hypoth­

esi ' testing, s i m p l e correlation analysis, l i n e a r

fo rmulating research questions, research des i g n , data gathering techniqu , ana l ys is of

regre"ion, chi square a n a ly s i s and an::dy i- of

data, and the ory construction. Emphas i' on

varianc o t a pl icable t o ma t he m ati c s c re d i t. Prerequisite: Background equ ivalent to a pre­

conducting research. Tuition:

caleulu c urse. Tuition:

sem sttr hour. ECAM 14

hour. ADMN 209 (Jensen)

understanding

and evaluation rather than

$ 3 9 5 per ( S to rm )

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$ 2 2 5 per scme te r


BOARD OF REGENTS

DIRECTORY DEPARTMENT

ROOM

EXT

Anthr pology

XAVR 200

766 2

Art

INGR 1 04

7 5 73

Biology

RCTR 1 5 5

7561

Busine -

ADM

7 244

Chemistry

RCTR 240

7530

INGR 1 1 9

7762

MATH 89

7400

Earth , ciences

RCTR 1 4 1

7 .5 6 3

227

Ex-Officio Dr. Lo re n J. A n d erson Bishop Robe.rr Keller B is h op L)"'c l l E. Knut:.on Bisbop Donald Parso ns Bishop Mark Rasmerh Bishop Paul lVanson Bishop David Wo ld

1 90- 1 993 Term Mr. Thom�s A nde -on Mr. Jerold AmLStTOng Mr. c i l Bryant Dr. Cynthia Wils n Edwards Mr Theod re John' )n

ommunication &

Theatre mputer S ience Economics

XAVR 1 0 5

7597

Education

ADMN 1 2 1

7272

Engli h

ADMN 220k

72 1 0

ADMN 1 04

7 1 41

raduatc Studies

Hi tory

XAVR 1 1 l

7595

La n uu ges

ADMN 2 20

7 1 20

Math

MATH 89

7400

M usic

EA U D 2 3 2

7601

Nur ' ing

RAMS

7674

P hysica l Education OAUD

7 3 .5 0

Rev. BarT)' Rogge Mr. \)' ayne P. avcrud Mr. Gary Severson Mr. Do na l d M. Wick

1991 - 1 994 Term Mrs. onnie Hager Mr. Robert R . How�rd Mr. Frank Jennings Or. John Oak ley Mr. Jon R Olson Dr. Willi"m Ramstad Rev. Dr. Richard Rouse Mrs. Jane Russe l l Dr. ro Stevens Mr. DonaJd . W i bon 1 99 2 -95 Term Dr. ROlMld Grewenow Mr. J ames Hush, gen

Mrs.

nne Lon

Political Sc ience

XAVR 1 20

7670

P ychology

XAVR 2 10

7294

Mr. WalJac." . McKinnev. Mr. Donald P . M orke n Rev. Richard E. Mueller Mr. Arthur M. Peterson Rev. Da " id teen

Religion

K OR

73 2 1

Mr. Goerge Whcmann

Social Scien es

XAVR 1 20

7 5 70

Ad isory EL A

Social Work

ECAM 2 4

7 394

XAVR 208

7397

oCiology

Dr. .hnsry

lleland

Dr. J a mes Unglaube, Dir. � r College. & Universiri s, Divi'ion for EJucation, ElCA Dr. Jan Rraozell, Vice Pres lde n l for Development and University Relations :vb. Cris t i n dd Rosario, Direct r, MI A Services M r . David H,IWSC\', Dea n ., Ad m is. ion.-; and Enrollment M. 'n�gemenr Ms. Roberta /I.,jarsh, Assistant to the Preside nt Rev. Harvey eufcld, Vice President for Church Rdarions Dr. W i l l iam Frame, V i ce Prt!siJe m , Fi n ance & pemt ions, TREA URER Dr. S Erving even:iOn, V i ce President fur

cudent Life

Dr. ) . Robe rr Will:;, Provost Advi ory Faculry Dr. Chri copher Browning, Hi ·tory Dr. DennG M. Marrin, Engh h Dr. Donald \VentworL h , E' onomies

Advisory Srudenrs Ms. Cincl Walters . A PLU Pres ident Ms. Luri Groshmd, ASPL Exec. V.P. Mr Trem Erickson. RH Chair

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:\1 1)1;1 IN I :--T RA. T I V!: I U :l ; I S1 m

ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTER Office of t h e President A 'istant to the President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

. . " " " " Loren J . Anderson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . " . ADMN 1 1 6 " " . . . . " . . . 535-7 1 0 1 " . Roberta Marsh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . ADMN 1 1 6 " " " . 535 - 7 1 0 1

University Pastors " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . .

. . . Susan Briehl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " UCTR 1 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 5 -74 64

Pre ident

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Daniel E rland e r ,

Ma rt in W e l l s Office of the Provost

P rovos t

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.

j Robert Wi l ls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 04

Dean, S p e ci a l Academic P ro gr a m s

....

.

....

Dean, Graduate and C o nti n u i n g Studies

.

.... . .

5 3 5 -7 1 25

.

As oc ia te Provost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David C. Yagow

..

.

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.

...............

. ADMN 1 04 . . . . . . . . 5 3 5 -7 1 2 5 .

.

.

..

. . . . . . . . J ud i th W. Carr . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 01 . . . . . . . . " . . . . 5 5-7 1 3 0 .

. . . . . . . . . . . David M . Atkinson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ROSS

........".

....

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53 5 - 8 3 1 2

Dean, Division of Humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul T. Menzel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 2 2 2 . . " . . . . . . " . 5 3 5 - 7 2 2 8 .

Dean, Division of N atural Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . Brian E. Lowe> . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . RCTR 1 40 . .

Dean, Division of Social Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jack R. Bermingham

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5 3 5-7408

. " . . . . . . . . . . . . . XA VR 1 2 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535- 7669

Director, Social Science Graduate P rog r a m s . . . . . . . Richard Jobst . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . XAVR 1 1 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535 -7670

Dean, Summer Studies, and Dean, School of the Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Richard D. Moe . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . INGR 1 0 1

. .

Assistant to the Dean, School of the Arts " . . . . . . Marilyn C ragin .. " . . . . . . . . . ....... . . . . . . . . . . INGR 1 0 1 .

"" .. " . . . . . . 5 3 5 -7 1 43 " .. " . . " .. , ,

5 3 5 7 1 50 -

Assistant to the Dean, Summer Studies " . " . . . . . . Karen K e l ley . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INGR 1 0 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535-7 1 42

Dean, School of Bus i ne s Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . Josep h E. McCann . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 2 2 7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535-7244

Associate Dean & Director, M B A Prog . . . . . . . . Laura J. Polcyn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . ADMN 227 . .

.

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.

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5 1 5 -7250

Undcrgraduate Ad v i sor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jan Dempsey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 227 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535-7 244 Dean, School of Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Roben L. M u lder

...............

...........

ADMN 1 2 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 5 - 7 2 7 2

Associate Dean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . """ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " .... , , John Brickel l . . " " .... " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADM 路 1 2 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 5 - 7 2 80 Dean, School of Nursing . . ..

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Dorothy Langan

.......

. " . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . RAMS 2 1 4B . . . . . . . . . . . . 535-7674

Dean, School of PhYSical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David M. Olson " . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . OGYM 1 0 1

....

"........ 535-7350

Dean of Admissions and Enro llme n t Management . . . . " . . . . . . . . . " . . " " . . . .

avid Hawsey " " . . " . . " . . . " . . . . . . . . . " . . . ADMN 1 1 5 " . . . . . " " . . . 53 5 -7 1 5 1

Associate Dean " . . " . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . " " . . " " . . . . . . . . . . David Gunovich " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . ADMN 1 1 5 " .

, , 5 3 5 - 7 1. 5 1

AS'ociate Dean " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathleen North " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 1 5 " " " . . . " .. 5 .3 5 - 7 1 5 1 Director, Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . Kay Soltis .............. . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 3 2 Assoc iate Directors, Financial A id

..

.

. 5 .3 5 - 7 1 6 1

. . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . Mark Du ris , Lewis Dibble . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 3 2 . . . . . . . . . . . , , 5 3 5-7 1 6 1

Registrar " . . . . " " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

harles T . 1 e l so n . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 00 .

Transfer Coord inator " " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . amille Eliason . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ADMN 1 00 Director o f Institutional Research . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . La rry W . Nelson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . ADM

.. . . . . 53 5-7 1 3 1

.

.

. . . "" . . . 5 3 5 -7 1 3 1 .

1 00 .

Director of Ad vi s i ng . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Richard A S ee ger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RAMS 1 1 2

. . . . . . 5 3 5-7 1.3 1

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Director, Academic Assisrance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . Wanda Wentworth . . " . . " " . . . . . . . . . . . . RAMS 1 1 2 . .. " . . . . . . " . 5 3 5 - 7 5 1 8 .

D i rect o r , L i bra ry " . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . " . . . . " . . . ". John W . Heussman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LlBR 1 0 1 . . " " . . . . " . . . . . . 5 3 5 -7505 S u pe r v i s o r of Reference Services . . . . . . " . . . . " " . . . . Susan McDonald . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LlBR . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . . . . . . . . . . 535 -7506

Office of Student Life

Vice President for Student Life .. "" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . " " , , . S. Ervi n g Sevc[[Son " . . . . . . . . . . . " . . . . " .. ADMN 1 30 Director, Career Services

. .

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizaheth Ahlstrom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RAMS I I I . .. .

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.

.

.

.

Director, Counseling & Tes t ing Services . . . . . . . . Gary M inctti .

" " . . . . " 5 3 5 -7 1 9 1 .......

. 53 5-7459 ..

. . . . ............. . . . . . . . . . RAMS 1 1 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 5 - 7206 . . . . . . . . . . HCTR . . . . . . . . . . .

DirectOr, Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ann M i ller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Director, Multi-Ethnic, I nt e rn ati o nal ,

.

. . . . C h r i s tin a d e l R osa r i o .

..

. UCfR 1 5 3 .

. . . . 53 5-73 3 7 . . . . 5 3 5 - 7 1 95

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Commuter and Ad u l t Programs ( M ICA ) Director, Residential Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LaUl'alec Hagen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HARS 1 1 2

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. . . 535-7200 .

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D ire c tor , UniverSity Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick Eastman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . UCTR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 3 5 -7450

For otheT adminisrrati've offices , pLease

see

the PLU catalog.

The area code fOT Pacific Lutheran UniveTsity is (206) .

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Disabled Access

South 126th St.

A P.tkin8 8 - Curb cuts C - Itomp, o - AutO'D\iltic: doont E Dtv.tIUN F - AcCU5lbJco l'ft1room�

Ad mm istrat ion Building 1 2

Math Building 39

Alumni 35

Memorial GymnasIum 32

Blomquist House

23

( i n University Ce nter ) 26

(

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Music (proposed) 1 6

Nam es Fitness Center

24 hr. exceptions are indicated by si g ns). If you pl an an

32A

temporary permit

from Cam p us Safety (Harstad HaIl).

B - Curb cuts

C - Ramps 0 - Automatic doors E - Elevators F - Accessible restrooms

Nesvig Alumni Center 35 Olson Auditorium

30

Orda! Hall 1 0

Post

De lta Hall 44

To San!c & PointS l'orth

Office 27

Public/Med ia Relations 35 Ramsay

Ramstad Hall 25

15

Restaura nt s 26, 42

Eastvold Auditorium 22 Evergreen Cou rt 45

Faculty H o use 3 Fami l y Student Housing

Ri

46

Fine Arts Building 9

Food Service 26,

St ue n

Haavik H use 7

36

Hall

11

Swimming Pool 3 1

Harstad Hall 23

Televi s ion 1 2 Bldg. 1 2

Tennis Courts 33, 38 Theatres 22, 32

Hinderlie Hall 21

Tickets 26

Hong Hall

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ascade,

i

Han (Alpine, vergreen, I v y) 43

Knorr House 4

Track 37

KPLU-FM 22

Trinity Lutheran Church 14

id ler Hall 1 7

& PoinD F.au

Special Education 15A

Golf Course

ingram Hall 9

�.IIIIIII!I� 1·To90,Aubu.rn, SpobJX

Center 20

Security 23 occer Field

42

Hauge Administration Health Ce nter 5

ke Science

Rosso House 16A S and i nav ian Cultural Center 26

Fos� Hall 24

To I·9() & Poinu Nonh & Eat

House 8

Dunmire House 47 East Campu

13

used by visitors during non­

PhyS ical Plant 28

(Columbia Center) 42

Ubrary

be

working hours (Sp.m.-7a.m.), and on weekends (some

Part.. Avenue Ho use 6 Pflueger Hall 34

niversi ty Centerl 26

Columbia Center 42

Kr

Disabled Access A - Parking

extended visit, you ma y obtajn a

Music Annex 1

Central SerYlces 29 Chris Knutzen Fellovlship Hall

Campus Parking Regularvisitorparking is indicated on the map. Reserved

parking slots may

Mortvedt Li bra ry 1 3

2

Business Administr'l.lion 1 2 Campus Safety ( i n Hat tad)

Cof

�E 1 South J27th SI

CAMPUS LOCATIONS

Baseball FIeld 40

1\

University Cent er 26 Warehouse 29 Xavier Hall 1 9

hu 5 1 2 10 PKlfic AVf:'�

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Dr. Richard Moe

ummer

essions

PACIFIC

l!JTHERAN

UNIVERSITY Tacoma, Washington 98445-0003

S ummer S e s s ions 1 9 9 3 Term I : Term I I : Workshop Term I I I :

May 2 4 ,. June 1 8 J une 2 1 ,. July 1 6 July 1 9 ,. July 23 July 26 ,. August 20


Summer 1993 University Catalog v.73 no.1 Feb 1993