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SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY WINTER QUARTER 2014 UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES & REGISTRATION INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS

2013-2014 Academic Calendar........................................................................................ 2 Winter Quarter 2014 Calendar....................................................................................... 3 University Communication Policy .................................................................................. 3 Student Responsibility ..................................................................................................... 3 Registration Appointment Information .......................................................................... 4 Registration Information ................................................................................................ 5 Schedule of Classes (CourseAvail) .................................................................................. 7 Printing Schedule of Classes CourseAvail instructions ............................................... 10 Reading the Schedule of Classes ................................................................................... 12 When/Where Classes Meet............................................................................................ 12 Classroom Locations ..................................................................................................... 13 Important Add and Drop Procedures .......................................................................... 13 Add/Drop Policy (including petition link) .................................................................... 13 Unit Overload ................................................................................................................ 14 Auditing Courses ........................................................................................................... 14 Administrative Cancellation of Course Enrollment ..................................................... 14 Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid .................................................................................... 14 Withdrawal from the University ................................................................................... 14 Re-enrollment/Returning Student Form ...................................................................... 15 Grading Policies and Regulations ................................................................................. 15 Academic Credit Evaluation ......................................................................................... 16 Non-Degree Students ..................................................................................................... 17 Academic Integrity ....................................................................................................... 17 Administrative Policies and Regulations (FERPA) ...................................................... 18 Degree Requirements .................................................................................................... 18 Academic Program Policies and Regulations ............................................................... 20 Winter Final Exam Schedule ........................................................................................ 22 Schedule Planning Guide .............................................................................................. 23 University Honors Program Schedule of Classes ......................................................... 24 Tentative Spring 2014 Course Offerings ...................................................................... 25 FERPA Non-Disclosure Form ....................................................................................... 45

Quick Links and Office Locations Access Card Office www.scu.edu/access Benson Center 106 and 200, 408/551-1647 Bursar’s Office (Tuition) www.scu.edu/bursar Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor, 408/554-4412 Campus Bookstore www.scu.bkstore.com Building 303, 408/554-4356 Campus Safety http://university-operations.scu.edu/campus-safety Parking structure, 1st floor, 408/554-4441 Classifieds, Santa Clara University http://www.scu.edu/classifieds/index.cfm Core Curriculum www.scu.edu/core Cowell Health Center www.scu.edu/cshc Building 701, 408/554-4501 Drahmann Academic Advising & Learning Resources Center www.scu.edu/drahmann Kenna Hall 101, 408/554-4318 eCampus: Registering for Classes www.scu.edu/ecampus Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA www.scu.edu/ferpa Financial Aid Office www.scu.edu/financialaid Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor, 408/554-4505 Institutional Research (Graduation Rate) www.scu.edu/ir Walsh Administration Building, Lower Level, 408/554-4396 International Student Services www.scu.edu/f1 Benson Center 214, 48/554-4318 Office of the Registrar www.scu.edu/registrar Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor, 408/554-4331 Student Life www.scu.edu/studentlife Benson Center 205, 408/554-4583 Enrollment Service Center OneStop@scu.edu Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor , 408/551-1000


SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY WINTER QUARTER 2014 UNDERGRADUATE DEADLINES & REGISTRATION INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS

2013-2014 Academic Calendar........................................................................................ 2 Winter Quarter 2014 Calendar....................................................................................... 3 University Communication Policy .................................................................................. 3 Student Responsibility ..................................................................................................... 3 Registration Appointment Information .......................................................................... 4 Registration Information ................................................................................................ 5 Schedule of Classes (CourseAvail) .................................................................................. 7 Printing Schedule of Classes CourseAvail instructions ............................................... 10 Reading the Schedule of Classes ................................................................................... 12 When/Where Classes Meet............................................................................................ 12 Classroom Locations ..................................................................................................... 13 Important Add and Drop Procedures .......................................................................... 13 Add/Drop Policy (including petition link) .................................................................... 13 Unit Overload ................................................................................................................ 14 Auditing Courses ........................................................................................................... 14 Administrative Cancellation of Course Enrollment ..................................................... 14 Tuition, Fees and Financial Aid .................................................................................... 14 Withdrawal from the University ................................................................................... 14 Re-enrollment/Returning Student Form ...................................................................... 15 Grading Policies and Regulations ................................................................................. 15 Academic Credit Evaluation ......................................................................................... 16 Non-Degree Students ..................................................................................................... 17 Academic Integrity ....................................................................................................... 17 Administrative Policies and Regulations (FERPA) ...................................................... 18 Degree Requirements .................................................................................................... 18 Academic Program Policies and Regulations ............................................................... 20 Winter Final Exam Schedule ........................................................................................ 22 Schedule Planning Guide .............................................................................................. 23 University Honors Program Schedule of Classes ......................................................... 24 Tentative Spring 2014 Course Offerings ...................................................................... 25 FERPA Non-Disclosure Form ....................................................................................... 45

Quick Links and Office Locations Access Card Office www.scu.edu/access Benson Center 106 and 200, 408/551-1647 Bursar’s Office (Tuition) www.scu.edu/bursar Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor, 408/554-4412 Campus Bookstore www.scu.bkstore.com Building 303, 408/554-4356 Campus Safety http://university-operations.scu.edu/campus-safety Parking structure, 1st floor, 408/554-4441 Classifieds, Santa Clara University http://www.scu.edu/classifieds/index.cfm Core Curriculum www.scu.edu/core Cowell Health Center www.scu.edu/cshc Building 701, 408/554-4501 Drahmann Academic Advising & Learning Resources Center www.scu.edu/drahmann Kenna Hall 101, 408/554-4318 eCampus: Registering for Classes www.scu.edu/ecampus Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act FERPA www.scu.edu/ferpa Financial Aid Office www.scu.edu/financialaid Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor, 408/554-4505 Institutional Research (Graduation Rate) www.scu.edu/ir Walsh Administration Building, Lower Level, 408/554-4396 International Student Services www.scu.edu/f1 Benson Center 214, 48/554-4318 Office of the Registrar www.scu.edu/registrar Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor, 408/554-4331 Student Life www.scu.edu/studentlife Benson Center 205, 408/554-4583 Enrollment Service Center OneStop@scu.edu Admission & Enrollment Mgmt Bldg, 1st floor , 408/551-1000


2013-2014 UNDERGRADUATE ACADEMIC CALENDAR FALL QUARTER 2013 Apr 29-May 10 May 13-24 Sep 21-22 Sep 23 Sep 23-27 Sep 27 Oct 11

M-F M-F Sa-Su M M-F F F

Oct 11

F

Oct 18 Oct 18 Oct 18

F F F

Nov 8 Nov 11-22 Nov 25-29 Nov 28-29 Dec 6 Dec 9-13 Dec 13 Dec 18 Dec 24-25 Dec 31, Jan 1

F M-F M-F Th-F F M-F F W Tu-W Tu-W

SPRING QUARTER 2014 Mandatory academic advising period Fall registration appointment period New student Welcome Weekend Classes begin Late registration/add period Last day to add a class Last day to submit incomplete Spring 2013 and Summer Session 2013 work to faculty Last day to petition for degrees to be conferred in December 2013 Last day to drop classes without a W Last day to declare P/NP grading option Last day to remove Spring 2013 and Summer Session 2013 incompletes (faculty) Last day to drop classes with a W Winter 2014 registration appointment period Academic holiday Thanksgiving; administrative holidays Classes end Fall final examinations Residence halls close 9 p.m. Fall quarter grades due (faculty) Christmas recess; administrative holidays New Year’s recess; administrative holidays

Feb 18-27 Mar 31 Mar 31-Apr 4 Apr 4 Apr 18

Tu-Th M M-F F F

Apr 21

M

Apr 25 Apr 25 Apr 25

F F F

Apr 25

F

Apr 28-May 9 May 12-23 May 16 May 26

M-F M-F F M

Jun 6 Jun 9-12 Jun 12

F M-Th Th

Jun 14 Jun 15

Sa Su

Jun 17

Tu

Spring registration appointment period Classes begin Late registration/add period Last day to add a class Good Friday; administrative and academic holiday Last day to submit incomplete Winter 2014 work to faculty Last day to drop classes without a W Last day to declare P/NP grading option Last day to remove Winter 2014 incompletes (faculty) Last day to petition for degrees to be conferred in September 2014 Annual mandatory academic advising period Fall 2014 registration appointment period Last day to drop classes with a W Memorial Day; academic and administrative holiday Classes end Spring final examinations Residence halls close 9 p.m. (nongraduating students) 163rd Undergraduate Commencement Residence halls close 12 p.m. (graduating students) Spring quarter grades due (faculty)

WINTER QUARTER 2014

SUMMER SESSION 2014*

Nov 11-22 Jan 6 Jan 6-10 Jan 10 Jan 20

M-F M M-F F M

Session I Mar 17

M

Apr 14

M

Jan 24

F

Jan 24

F

Jan 31 Jan 31 Jan 31

F F F

Feb 17

M

Apr 21 Jun 19 Jun 23 Jun 23 Jul 4 Jul 7 Jul 18 Jul 23 Jul 24-25 Jul 30

M Th M M F M F W Th-F W

Feb 18-27 Feb 21 Feb 21

Tu-Th F F

Session II Mar 17

M

Apr 14

M

Mar 14

F

Classes end

Mar 17-21 Mar 26

M-F W

Winter final examinations Winter quarter grades due (faculty)

Apr 21 Jul 28 Jul 30 Jul 30 Aug 8 Aug 22 Aug 29 Sep 1 Sep 2-3 Sep 8

M M W W F F F M Tu-W M

Winter registration appointment period Classes begin Late registration/add period Last day to add a class Martin Luther King Day; academic and administrative holiday Last day to submit incomplete Fall 2013 work to faculty Last day to petition for degrees to be conferred in March 2014 Last day to drop classes with a W Last day to declare P/NP grading option Last day to remove Fall 2013 incompletes (faculty) Presidents’ Day; academic and administrative holiday Spring 2014 registration appointment period Last day to drop classes with a W Last day to petition for degrees to be conferred in June 2014

All dates are inclusive Registration dates are subject to change

Online application period begins for nonSCU students Registration appointment period begins (SCU students) Registration begins for non-SCU students Classes begin Last day to add a class Last day to declare P/NP grading option Independence Day; administrative holiday Last day to drop classes without a W grade Last day drop classes with a W Classes end Summer session I final examinations Summer session I grades due (faculty)

Online application period begins for nonSCU students Registration appointment period begins (SCU students) Registration begins for non-SCU students Classes begin Last day to add a class Last day to declare P/NP grading option Last day to drop classes without a W Last day to drop classes with a W Classes end Labor Day; administrative holiday Summer session II final examinations Summer session II grades due (faculty)

*See Summer Schedule of Classes Session III and IV dates 8/6/13reveaf

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Santa Clara University WINTER QUARTER 2014 UNDERGRADUATE INFORMATION Deadlines & Registration Policies Effective – October 28, 2013

WINTER QUARTER 2014 CALENDAR Nov 11-22

M-F

Winter registration appointment period

Jan 31

F

Last day to drop classes without a W

Dec 21

Sa

Financial clearance deadline

Jan 31

F

Last day to declare P/NP grading option

Jan 5

Su

Residence halls open 11 a.m.

Feb 17

M

Jan 6 Jan 6-10 Jan 10

M M-F F

Classes begin Late registration add period Last day to add a class

Feb 18-27 Feb 21 Feb 21

Tu-Th F F

Jan 10

F

Mar 14

F

Jan 20

M

Mar 17-21

M-F

Winter final examinations

Jan 24

F

Last day to withdraw from University with 100% refund (less applicable fees)** Martin Luther King Day; academic and administrative holiday Last day to submit incomplete Fall 2013 work to faculty

President’s Day; academic and administrative holiday Spring registration appointment period Last day to drop classes with a W Last day to petition for degrees to be conferred in June 2014 Classes end

Mar 24-28

M-F

Spring recess

Jan 24

F

Last day to petition for degrees to be conferred in March 2014

Mar 26

W

Winter quarter grades due (faculty)

Jan 31

F

Last day to remove Fall 2013 incompletes (faculty)

** For detailed refund information, refer to the Bursar link: http://www.scu.edu/bursar/refunds/ugrefund_policy.cfm

University Communication Policy The University will communicate with undergraduate students through a variety of formats. Information that is sent to undergraduate students from the University via their campus mailbox, local address, or their Santa Clara e-mail address is considered official communication and should be treated as such. Students are asked to check their campus mailbox and their Santa Clara e-mail account on a daily basis, and are responsible for reading and responding to the information they receive from the University.

Students with Disabilities Students with disabilities should contact Disabilities Resources in the Drahmann Advising Learning Center. The office is located in Benson, Room 216.

Student Responsibility Students are personally responsible for knowing all academic and administrative policies and regulations affecting their program of study and for abiding by all such policies and regulations during their period of enrollment at the University. Continued enrollment is subject to compliance with the academic and administrative policies and regulations as described herein and otherwise published by the University. Failure to understand the policies and regulations does not relieve a student of his or her responsibility for adhering to the policies and regulations.

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Registration Appointment Information When can you view assigned winter registration appointments? You will be able to view your assigned registration appointment on Monday, October 28, 2013, by using eCampus. Undergraduate classes will also be viewable on Course Availability on the 28th of October 2013, http://www.scu.edu/courseavail/. How is the Registration Appointment Assigned? Registration appointments are determined by academic level which is based on the number of units a student has completed and takes into consideration those units currently in progress. The following students qualify for priority registration which allows them to register ahead of the general population: students with documented disabilities, Honors Program students, LEAD Scholars, NCAA Athletes, Leavey Scholars, foster youth, and Military Science students. Students with documented disabilities are given the first appointments at all levels (senior, junior, sophomore and freshmen, and in that order). They are followed by senior and junior level students who are members of Honors or LEAD scholars or are NCAA qualified athletes. They are mixed together and then put in order by the total number of units completed and including those units in progress. Then senior students who are Leavey Scholars or Military Science students are mixed together and ordered by the number of completed units and those units currently in progress. Following this group are seniors who are not members of a defined priority group and they are ordered by number of units including those units in progress. Next is the junior level Leavey Scholars or Military Science students who are mixed together then ordered by number of completed units and units in progress. Junior level students who are not members of a defined student group are listed in order of number of completed units including units in progress. The next group of students is sophomore and freshmen level students who are a member of Honors or LEAD scholars or are NCAA qualified athletes. They are mixed together then ordered by the total number of units including units in progress. Then sophomore students who are Leavey Scholars or Military Science students are mixed together and ordered by number of completed units and including units in progress. Following this group are sophomores who are not members of a defined priority group and they fall in order by number of units including those units in progress. Next are the freshmen level Leavey Scholars or Military Science students who are then mixed together and ordered by the number of completed units and those in progress. Freshmen level students who are not members of a defined student group are listed in order of number of completed units including units in progress. Non-degree undergraduates are assigned the last appointment times for the term. Note that there are no appointments scheduled from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (normal class times) or on the weekend or holidays. Below is the URL that takes you to a chart that represents the order in which students are assigned appointment times. Again note that the groups listed under the "Group" heading are mixed together then ordered by number of units completed and also takes into consideration units in progress. To view chart, click on: http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Registration-Appointments.cfm

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Registration Information Students must be officially registered for all classes in accordance with the regulations, procedures, and dates. Registration is subject to full payment of tuition, room and board charges, and other fees associated with enrollment. The University reserves the right to deny registration to any student for reasonable cause. Santa Clara students may not be concurrently enrolled at another college or university except for extraordinary reasons with the approval of the Drahmann Center. Students register for classes via University eCampus during the time assigned by the Office of the Registrar. Students who do not complete registration during the initial registration period may do so during the published late registration period for the term. Initial registration for a term or class additions are not accepted after the last day of the late registration period. Students not formally registered for credits by the end of the first week of the quarter, will be automatically discontinued from Santa Clara University. Students wishing to re-enroll with the University must notify the Office of the Registrar in writing of their intent to return using the Returning Student Form and should consult with a University Adviser in the Drahmann Center to review their academic plans. Students with a "hold" on their eCampus account must reconcile the “hold” prior being approved to re-enroll. During the first week of each term, students may change their original registration schedule by adding and dropping classes in accordance with the procedures established by the Office of the Registrar. During the second, third, and fourth weeks of the term, a student may drop a class without receiving a mark of “W” for the class on their academic record. From the fifth week to the end of the seventh week of the term, a student may drop a class and receive a mark of “W” for the class on their academic record. Students may not drop classes after the last day of the seventh week of the term. Students who do not complete a course and do not drop the class in accordance with the required procedures will receive an appropriate grade in the class. Students who have not earned 44 units, including transfer credit, may not enroll in upper-division courses without the written approval of the instructor, and the chair of the department offering the course. This restriction does not apply to upper-division foreign language courses for which a student has demonstrated sufficient proficiency or to engineering courses in the major program. Students may not sit in a class without formally enrolling in the class and will not receive academic credit. Sitting in a class or obtaining an instructor’s signature on an add form does not constitute enrollment. Registration must be completed in accordance with the regulations, procedures, and dates in the Winter 2014 Undergraduate Deadlines & Registration Information virtual booklet, before the end of the add period is required for any student to receive academic credit for any course. Students who do not attend the first day of a class may be subject to administrative cancellation of their enrollment in that class in order to make space available to other students. A student who must miss the first day of a class and wishes to remain in the course should contact the instructor in advance. No student who misses the first day of a class should assume that they have been dropped from the course. Students are responsible for checking the status of their enrollment in all courses prior to the end of the late registration period.

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REGISTRATION eCampus Monday, October 28, 2013 - Course Availability will have classes that will be offered winter quarter 2014. http://www.scu.edu/courseavail/ Monday, October 28, 2013 - Go to eCampus to find out your registration appointment. If you have a hold on your registration you MUST contact office that placed the hold for reconciliation. The registration system will not allow you to register for classes if you have a hold.

REGISTRATION WINDOW 1 (Nov 11-22) Students may enroll for no more than 19 units during the first registration window. One 2-unit course or two 1-unit courses are not counted as overload units. To add a 2 unit or 1 unit course go to http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Request-to-Add-One-2-unit-Course-or-Two-1-unit-Courses.cfm and submit before the late registration deadline.

REGISTRATION WINDOW 2 (Nov 25-Jan 5) Students who have completed 131 units and have a cumulative grade point average of 2.20 or higher may enroll in up to 20 units without approval from a University Adviser in the Drahmann Center. Students who do not meet the above criteria may enroll for no more than 19 units. One 2-unit or two 1-unit courses are not counted as overload units. To add a 2-unit or 1-unit course, go to http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Request-toAdd-One-2-unit-Course-or-Two-1-unit-Courses.cfm and complete the online form before the late registration deadline.

REGISTRATION WINDOW 3 (Jan 6-10) Students in the University Honors Program and/or students who have a cumulative grade point average at Santa Clara of at least 3.3 may enroll in up to 25 units without written approval by a University Adviser at the Drahmann Advising Center. Students who do not fit into the above category may enroll in no more than 19 units during the second registration window. One 2-unit course or two 1-unit courses are not counted as overload units. To add a 2 unit or 1 unit course, an Add/Drop Form which can be found at http://www.scu.edu/ registrar /Request-to-Add-One-2-unit-Course-or-Two-1unit-Courses.cfm and complete the online form before the late registration deadline. Students requiring permission to add overload units must obtain the signature of a University Adviser at the Drahmann Advising Center on the ‘Permission for Unit Overload Form’ and submit that form to the Enrollment Service Center located in the Admission and Enrollment Service Building before the late registration deadline. If the class is closed, the instructor’s signature or permission number is required. Exceptions to exceed maximum units are rare. Students must contact Kathryn Palmieri at kpalmieri@scu.edu in the Drahmann Advising Center if they wish to be reviewed for an exception.

The last day to add a class is Friday, January 10, 2014.

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Schedule of Classes via Course Availability

COURSE AVAILABILITY http://www.scu.edu/courseavail/ The CourseAvail Web site provides access to class data for past, current and forthcoming terms, and course descriptions (where available). CourseAvail's data is updated every minute (approximately) from the University's administrative system database regarding seat information, and so the information available in CourseAvail's search results may vary from the data displayed in eCampus.

Seat From the CourseAvail home page, you can enter a "quick" or "advanced" search. To enter a quick search, you can submit a 5‐ digit class number, a subject abbreviation (ENGL), or subject and course number (ENGL 11), or a full subject description (English). The quick search will always search against the most active term's data ("most active" is the term most frequently selected by CourseAvail users). The advanced search gives you more control over the selection of records. The class details display, which is shown when a 5‐digit class number is selected, includes a description from the University Bulletin (if available).

Schedule The Schedule search interface allows you to select a subject (or multiple subjects) from a specific school for a specified term. The search results will be grouped by undergraduate and graduate classes, and then grouped by subject. You can modify the sort order of the search results by clicking on the label at the top of a column (Class, Number, Title, etc.).

Additional Features: 1. Facebook Watch List You can now save a list of classes to watch using the CourseAvail app on Facebook. CourseAvail on Facebook includes the same up‐to‐date information about scheduled classes and available seats, and also allows you to share and view Watch Lists with your friends on Facebook.

2. SCU Mobile Wherever you have mobile access, you can get essential SCU information. SCU Mobile delivers campus news and events, map, directory and course information to your mobile device. The mobile site is designed for any device that has Web browser and Internet access. You can read more about the project in our overview, and follow our blog as we continue developing the site. 7


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View course information

To view course information begin by selecting a Term and School, then select one or more items from the Subject and/or Core menus.

1. Select the appropriate level: Undergraduate, Graduate;’ or All.

2. Select the term you wish to view by clicking on drop down arrow and choosing the term.

3. Using the drop down box select the appropriate school.

4. Using the drop down box select the appropriate subject.

Need more information about Community -Based Learning (CBL)?

5. Looking for a specific course? Enter the number here.

6. Need Core information? Choose appropriate core and then use the drop down arrow. Make your selection of core courses you wish to view.

7. Last step – Click on search.

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8. A sample of search results is listed below – click on course number

Detailed course information below, this is the result of double clicking the class number:

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Want to print the schedule or selected information?

9. Choose - Print schedule of classes

Select one or more subjects to create a printer-friendly PDF Schedule of Classes. Build a Customized Schedule: To build a custom schedule, start by selecting a Term and School, then select one or more items from the Subject and/or Core menus. To select multiple items from the Subject and Core menus, press the Control key and click on each item (use Command/click on a Mac).

10. Print a Customized Schedule: Once you have identified the data you want, click the “print� button

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Samples of a Customized Schedule with and without footnotes:

With footnotes shown above Without footnotes shown below

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Reading the Schedule of Classes Course offerings are organized by school: College of Arts & Sciences; Leavey School of Business; School of Education; School of Engineering; and University Programs. Departments are listed alphabetically within each area and courses are listed sequentially 1 through 199 in each department. Courses numbered 1 through 99 are lower division and those numbered 100 through 199 are upper division. Students who have completed less than 44 units may not register for upper division courses without permission. Each course shown in the schedule of classes is identified with a single line of information subdivided into ten parts. The line of identification information on each course includes the following items in this order: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Course subject abbreviation and number (e.g., ENGL 1) Class number - a five digit number unique to this section (e.g. 16372). Class Title - usually in abbreviated form, e.g. "CALC AN GEOM I" for "Calculus and Analytic Geometry I". Days - scheduled meeting days for the section (M= Monday; T = Tuesday; W = Wednesday; R = Thursday; F = Friday). Time - beginning and ending times for the section. Location – Building and room number where class is to be held Instructor – There are courses listed to which an instructor had not been assigned when the schedule was created. In such cases the instructor is listed as “Staff.” You may wish to contact the relevant department to learn the name of the professor teaching the course. “TBA” will appear occasionally in the schedule in place of the “room,” “days,” and/or “hour” information. This information is “To Be Announced or “To Be Arranged” when classes begin. The appropriate department will provide the information when it is available.

When Classes Meet Undergraduate classes meet on Mon/Wed/Fri for 65 minute periods, and on Tues/Thurs for 100 minute periods. Classes are scheduled at the following times: Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00 – 9:05 a.m. 9:15 – 10:20 a.m. 10:30 – 11:35 a.m. 11:45 – 12:50 a.m. 1:00 – 2:05 p.m. 2:15 – 3:20 p.m. 3:30 – 4:35 p.m. 4:45 – 5:50 p.m. 6:00 – 7:05 p.m. 7:15 – 8:20 p.m. 8:30 – 9:35 p.m.

Where Classes Meet The full schedule of classes is available on eCampus (www.scu.edu/eCampus), and the Course Availability web site (www.scu.edu/courseavail).

Tue/Thur 8:30 – 10:10 a.m. 10:20 – 12:00 a.m. 12:10 – 1:50 p.m. 2:00 – 3:40 p.m. 3:50 – 5:30 p.m. 5:40 – 7:20 p.m. 7:30 – 9:10 p.m.

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Classroom Locations Up-to-date listing of classrooms available on eCampus or courseavail at www.scu.edu/courseavail.

Important Add Policy and Procedures Friday, January 10, 2014 – Last Day to Add a Class If a class has filled to capacity, you may seek the instructor’s permission to add it. If you receive permission, the instructor will give you a unique, section-specific permission number that will override class capacity. Use the permission number to add the class through eCampus during the first week of the term. If the permission number does not work, go to our Enrollment Service Center, located in the Admissions and Enrollment Services building, no later than Friday, January 10, 2014, to add a class, complete and submit the Add form with the permission number the instructor provided. When you need special permission to add a classSome classes require special permission to enroll and may be added only with the instructor’s signature on an add form. These classes are added at the Enrollment Service Center during the registration period and no later than 5 p.m., Friday, January 10, 2014.

Important Drop Deadlines Friday, January 31, 2014--Last day to drop a class without a “W” grade being recorded Dropping courses must be done on eCampus. Friday, February 21, 2014--Last day to drop a class with a “W” grade being recorded Dropping a class will result in a “W” be assigned to the student’s academic record. Confirmation of this drop will be sent to the instructor of record via SCU email.

Petition for an exception to University Policy IMPORTANT – Petition for an exception The staff in the Enrollment Service Center will not accept requests to add/drop courses after published deadlines. Exceptions may possibly be made depending on compelling reasons submitted by students. If you have compelling reason(s) you want reviewed for an exception to University policy you must submit a petition using the website link below: http://cms.scu.edu/registrar/petition.cfm After submission of the petition, it will be reviewed by the University Registrar. A response will be returned to the student’s SCU e-mail account within 24 hours of receipt of the petition (weekend submissions will take a longer response time). Please note: To complete this process, you must check the ‘Acknowledge’ box on the web form. This means that you understand it is your responsibility to check your SCU e-mail account within 24 hours of submission of your petition to find out what has been decided. You may not submit your petition without first acknowledging that you understand your responsibility.

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Unit Overload Policy Students may enroll for no more than 19 units unless they are in the University Honors Program, or their cumulative grade point average at Santa Clara is at least 3.3, or they have upper-division status and obtain approval from the Drahmann Center. One 2unit course or two 1-unit courses are not counted as overload units. Students who meet the criteria above will not be permitted to register for more than 25 units without approval of the Drahmann Center. Students may register for courses that result in overload units only during the late registration period. An additional one 2-unit class or two 1-unit classes can be added via an add form online form which can be found on the Registrar’s website at http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Request-to-Add-One-2-unit-Course-or-Two-1-unit-Courses.cfm Complete this form before the late registration deadline Additional unit requests need to be approved at the Drahmann Center.

Auditing Courses Students admitted to degree status at Santa Clara may audit one course in addition to their regular course load in a term. A maximum of three courses may be audited during a student’s academic career. Permission to audit a course will be given only at the end of the late registration period and only if space is available in the class. No credit is assigned for an audited course, but the successful completion of an audit will be indicated on a student’s transcript by the notation “AUD.” Students pay a $100.00 per course audit fee. Full-time matriculated undergraduate students will not be charged. Non-degree students may not audit courses. This form is online at http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Course-Audit-Option-for-Undergraduate-Students.cfm

Administrative Cancellation of Course Enrollment Students who enroll in a course for which they are not eligible are subject to administrative cancellation of their enrollment in that course. Prior to the end of the late registration period, an instructor may notify the University registrar to drop freshmen who registered in upper-division courses, to drop students who have not satisfied the prerequisites for the course, or to drop students lacking the instructor permission required for certain courses.

Tuition, Fees, and Financial Aid For detailed tuition and fees, refer to the Bursar website link: http://www.scu.edu/bursar/refunds/ugrefund_policy.cfm for Financial Aid, logon to: http://www.scu.edu/financialaid/ .

Withdrawal from the University Students who wish to withdraw from the University during a quarter or at the conclusion of any quarter must complete a withdrawal form and an exit interview in the Drahmann Center. If the formal requirements for withdrawal are met, the student’s registration will be canceled without further academic penalty. Students who leave the University during a quarter without withdrawing in accordance with the required procedures will receive an appropriate grade in all courses in which they were registered and are not eligible for a refund of tuition or other fees.

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Students who wish to withdraw from the University are responsible for meeting with a University Adviser in the Drahmann Center, for submitting the applicable withdrawal form with the Enrollment Service Center, and for completing all other withdrawal requirements. The effective date used for the determination of any refund of tuition is the date on which notification of withdrawal is received by the Enrollment Service Center, not the last date of attendance by the student. Neither dropping all courses via eCampus nor informing an individual faculty member, an academic department, or the Dean’s Office constitutes an official withdrawal from the University. The official date of withdrawal from the University cannot be backdated prior to the date on which the student submits the applicable withdrawal form or notification to the Enrollment Service Center. Students who withdraw from the University during fall, winter, or spring term will receive a tuition refund in accordance with the following: • Students who withdraw from the University by the end of the first week of classes will receive a full refund of tuition for the term; less the applicable registration cancellation fee (dropping classes will NOT make one eligible for a refund). • Students who withdraw from the University by the end of the second week of classes will receive a 50 percent refund of tuition for the term (dropping classes will NOT make one eligible for a refund). • Students who withdraw from the University by the end of the third week of classes will receive a 25 percent refund of tuition for the term (dropping classes will NOT make one eligible for a refund). • Students who withdraw from the University after the third week of classes will receive no tuition refund for the term. Students who withdraw from the University are responsible for any outstanding financial obligations with the University. Students who used deferred payment plans or student loans during their attendance at the University must clear their financial obligations with the Office of Enrollment Services. Students who have unpaid bills or other unsettled financial obligations with the University will not receive academic transcripts or be eligible for re-enrollment until they have cleared all such obligations. For detailed refund information, refer to the Bursar website link: http://www.scu.edu/bursar/refunds/ugrefund_policy.cfm.

Re-enrollment A student who withdrew from the University is eligible to re-enroll without special permission under the following conditions: The student left the University in good academic standing. The student has no outstanding financial obligations with the University. The student plans to return to the same college or school at the University. The student is returning within five years of the date of their withdrawal. Students who do not meet the conditions above must seek permission to re-enroll from the dean of Academic Support Services. Re-enrolling students are subject to degree and curriculum requirements in the Undergraduate Bulletin in effect at the time of re-entry. Students wishing to re-enroll must notify the Office of the Registrar in writing of their intent to return using the “Returning Student Form” http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Returning-Students-Form.cfm and should consult with a University Adviser in the Drahmann Center to review their academic plans. Students on leave who have attended another college or university are only permitted to transfer in a maximum of 10 units of elective credit and are required to forward to the Office of the Registrar an official transcript of all work completed during their absence.

Grading Policies and Regulations Pass/No Pass (P/NP) Some courses are offered only on a pass/no pass basis, and a student with junior or senior standing and a declared major may choose to take an elective course on a pass/no pass basis. The P/NP option cannot be requested for a course that satisfies a major, minor or core requirement or a major or minor elective requirement. Students may enroll in only one course per quarter th on a pass/no pass basis. This option must be elected by Friday of the 4 week of class and may not be reversed. A grade of “P” signifies that the quality of work done is equivalent to a letter grade of “C” or higher, while a grade of “NP” denotes work at the level of “C–” or lower. These courses are not used in calculating the student’s grade point average. A maximum of six courses taken under the pass/no pass option in which the student receives a mark of “P” can be used to fulfill the unit requirements for graduation. This form is online at http://www.scu.edu/registrar/ Undergraduate-Pass_No-PassOption.cfm

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Audit (AUD) The mark of "AUD" is assigned when a student enrolls in a class on an audit basis. A mark of "AUD" cannot be changed to any other grade. This form is online at http://www.scu.edu/registrar/Course-Audit-Option-for-Undergraduate-Students.cfm Withdrawn (W) The mark of "W" is assigned by the Office of the Registrar when a student completes the formal requirements dropping a class or withdrawing from the University. A mark of "W" cannot be changed to any other grade or mark. A mark of "W" is included in the student's academic record and appears on the student's transcript, but is not included in the calculation of the student's grade point average.

Academic Credit Evaluation Units Taken at Other Institutions Credit is awarded for coursework completed at other colleges and universities subject to certain limitations. Courses from accredited institutions are generally transferable if they are similar in nature to courses listed in the Santa Clara University Undergraduate Bulletin. Courses from California community colleges are also generally transferable under the same conditions and if designated as transferable to the University of California. Courses of a trade or technical nature do not transfer. Courses from colleges not accredited, trade schools, extension programs, or correspondence programs do not transfer. Students can receive credit for coursework completed at other colleges and universities prior to matriculation at Santa Clara for no more than half of the total number of quarter units required for a Santa Clara degree. The Leavey School of Business and the College of Arts and Sciences accept a maximum of 87.5 quarter units of transfer credit. The School of Engineering accepts credit for up to one-half of the total number of units required for each specific major. After enrolling at Santa Clara, students can receive credit for coursework completed at other colleges and universities for no more than 10 quarter units of free electives, subject to the limitation that no more than half of the total number of quarter units required for a Santa Clara degree can be earned at another institution. Transfer credit earned after initial enrollment at Santa Clara may not be used to fulfill University Core Curriculum, college or school, department, or program requirements. Transfer credit for all coursework completed at other colleges and universities require approval from the Drahmann Center and the chair of the department offering the equivalent Santa Clara course. The student must have earned a grade of “C” or better in a course for transfer credit to be granted. Courses taken on a pass/no pass or credit/no credit basis are not accepted as transfer credit. Grades for units earned at other institutions are not included in a student’s Santa Clara academic history or in the calculation of the Santa Clara grade point average.

Study Abroad and Domestic Study Programs Units and grades earned for coursework in University-operated study abroad programs, University-affiliated study abroad programs, University study abroad exchange programs, and University-affiliated domestic study programs are included in a student’s Santa Clara academic history. Units earned in approved study abroad and domestic study programs may be used to fulfill University Core Curriculum, college or school, department, or program requirements subject to prior approval by the appropriate dean’s office, department chair, or program director. However, such units do not satisfy the University residency requirement. Grades earned in approved study abroad and domestic study programs are included in the calculation of the Santa Clara grade point average. Units earned for coursework in study abroad and domestic study programs not operated by or affiliated with the University are subject to the policies governing units taken at other institutions. More information about Study Abroad Regulations can be found on their department website.

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Non-Degree Students The Santa Clara University undergraduate program is designed primarily for full-time, degree-seeking students. To maintain the University’s commitment to its primary undergraduate constituency of degree students, non-degree students are permitted to register in accordance with the following policies subject to space availability in classes. Santa Clara Alumni Santa Clara alumni who have been awarded a degree from Santa Clara University may enroll in undergraduate classes on a forcredit basis or may audit undergraduate classes. Alumni may enroll for no more than 10 units per term on a for-credit basis, or they may audit one course per term. They are certified for enrollment by the Office of the Registrar and register for classes during the late registration period of the term. Contact Alumni Relations at http://www.scu.edu/alumni/services/benefits/ audit.cfm to request appropriate forms. University Employees University employees who are students at another accredited college or university may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution. They may not enroll concurrently at Santa Clara and another college or university. University employees who are not currently admitted to degree status are certified for enrollment by the Office of the Registrar and may audit one course per term. Students from Other Colleges and Universities Students from another accredited college or university may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution. They may not be enrolled concurrently at Santa Clara and another college or university. Students from other colleges and universities may enroll for no more than three quarters, not including summer session and are not eligible to audit classes. Students from other colleges and universities are certified for enrollment by the Drahmann Center and the Office of the Registrar and register for classes during the late registration period of the term. Students from Other Colleges and Universities Participating in SCU Exchange Programs Students from other colleges and universities participating in SCU exchange programs may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution. They are not eligible to audit classes. Students from other colleges and universities participating in exchange programs are certified for enrollment by the International Programs Office and the Office of the Registrar. Students from Other Institutions Enrolling in SCU Study Abroad Programs Students from other colleges and universities who meet the applicable eligibility requirements for SCU study abroad programs may enroll in undergraduate classes at Santa Clara if they are in good standing and have a cumulative grade point average of “C” or better at their home institution. They are not eligible to audit classes. Students from other colleges and universities enrolled in SCU study abroad programs are certified for enrollment by the International Programs Office and the Office of the Registrar.

Academic Integrity The University is committed to academic excellence and integrity. Students are expected to do their own work and to cite any sources they use. A student who is guilty of a dishonest act in an examination, paper, or other work required for a course, or who assists others in such an act, may, at the discretion of the instructor, receive a grade of “F” for the course. In addition, a student found guilty of a dishonest act may be subject to sanctions, up to and including dismissal from the University, as a result of the student judicial process as described in the Student Handbook. A student who violates copyright laws, including those covering the copying of software programs, or who knowingly alters official academic records from this or any other institution is subject to similar disciplinary action.

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Administrative Policies and Regulations Student Records and Release of Information The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, protects the confidentiality of the University records of Santa Clara University students. The University is authorized under provisions of the Act to release directory information to any person on request, unless a student explicitly requests in writing that the University not do so and keep directory information confidential. A student’s directory information is designated as follows: Name Address (campus, local and/or permanent; e-mail) Telephone number Date and place of birth Photographic image Major field of study, classification, dates of attendance, expected graduation date, degrees, and honors received Most recent previous educational institution attended Participation in officially recognized activities, including intercollegiate athletics Height and weight of participants on intercollegiate athletic teams During the registration period and throughout the academic year, students may request in writing through the Office of the Registrar that directory information be kept confidential. Once filed, the request remains in effect until the beginning of the next academic year or a shorter period if designated by the student. Graduating students must notify the Office of the Registrar in writing to remove the non-disclosure notation from their record. Certain records are excluded by law from inspection, specifically those created or maintained by a physician, psychiatrist, or psychologist in connection with the treatment or counseling of a student. Parents’ financial information, including statements submitted with scholarship applications, is also excluded by law from inspection. Third parties may not have access to educational records or other information pertaining to students without the written consent of the student about whom the information is sought. Former or current borrowers of funds from any Title IV student loan program should note carefully that requests for nondisclosure of information will not prevent the University from releasing information pertinent to employment, enrollment status, current address, and loan account status to a school lender, subsequent holder, guarantee agency, the United States Department of Education, or an authorized agent. Students have the right to inspect and review their educational records at the following offices: Official academic records, including application forms, admission transcripts, letters of acceptance, and a student’s permanent academic record are on file and maintained in the Office of the Registrar Working academic files are also maintained by the Drahmann Center Records related to a student’s nonacademic activities are maintained in the Office of Student Life Records relating to a student’s financial status with the University are maintained in the various student financial services offices Students have the right to request the amendment of their educational records to ensure that they are not inaccurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student’s privacy or other rights. Students may direct complaints regarding academic records to the dean of the college or school in which they are enrolled or to the University Registrar. In addition, students have the right to file a complaint with the United States Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the University to comply with the requirements of the Act. Written complaints should be directed to the Family Policy Compliance Office, Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue SW, Washington, D.C. 20202-4605.

Degree Requirements Degree Requirements Candidates for an undergraduate degree at Santa Clara University must complete all requirements for a bachelor’s degree as set forth by the University, their college or school, and academic departments or programs. Failure to understand those requirements does not relieve a student of his or her responsibility. The requirements for a bachelor’s degree include: Completing a minimum number of quarter units as specified below for each degree, no more than half of which may be satisfied with approved transfer credit: A minimum of 175 quarter units for the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in the College of Arts and Sciences (a minimum of 197 quarter units for engineering physics majors)

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A minimum of 175 quarter units for the Bachelor of Science in Commerce in the Leavey School of Business The minimum number of quarter units specified by the major department for the Bachelor of Science in the School of Engineering Completing a minimum of 60 quarter units of upper-division courses Attaining a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for all courses completed at Santa Clara University and for all courses in the academic major and any academic minor (Candidates for a degree in the School of Engineering must attain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for all courses taken in the School of Engineering.) Meeting the residency requirement of a minimum of 45 units at the Santa Clara campus after achieving junior standing Fulfilling the University Core Curriculum requirements Fulfilling the requirements for any declared academic majors and minors, including associated college or school requirements Candidates for a degree must submit a completed “Candidacy Petition for the Bachelor’s Degree” according to the deadlines and procedures published by the Office of the Registrar. Forms are available at the Enrollment Service Center.

Academic Majors Students must complete the requirements for a primary academic major in the College of Arts and Sciences, Leavey School of Business, or the School of Engineering, including University Core Curriculum and college or school requirements, to receive a bachelor’s degree. Requirements for academic majors can be found under the departmental listings in the chapters for each respective college or school. Students should declare their primary academic major by the end of the sophomore year. Students may declare a major at the time of initial matriculation, except in the Leavey School of Business, where declaration of a major is normally made no sooner than the end of sophomore year. Students who initially matriculate without a declared major must obtain the approval of the department chair of the intended major and submit a Program Petition Form to the Drahmann Center. Students participating in study abroad or domestic public sector study programs must declare a major before participating in the program. Students may declare a second academic major in addition to their primary major, except for students in the Leavey School of Business, who may declare only one major in that school. Students who want to declare a second major must obtain the approval of the department chair of the intended major and submit a Program Petition Form to the Drahmann Center. To be awarded a second major, a student must complete all requirements of the University Core Curriculum, college or school, and departmental requirements for that major. Requirements for a second major are as binding as those of a primary major and must be completed before a degree will be awarded. If a student decides to drop a second major, he or she must submit a Program Petition Form to the Drahmann Center.

Academic Minors Students may declare an academic minor from amongst the departmental minors offered through the college or schools, the general minors in business and engineering, or one of the interdisciplinary minors offered by the University. Requirements for the academic minors can be found in the chapters of the respective college or school. Students who want to declare an academic minor must obtain the approval of the department chair or program director of the intended minor and submit a Program Petition Form to the Drahmann Center. To be awarded a minor, a student must complete all requirements of the minor as prescribed. Requirements for a minor are binding and must be completed before a degree will be awarded. If a student decides to drop a minor, he or she must submit a Program Petition Form to the Drahmann Center.

Second Bachelor's Degree A student may earn a second bachelor’s degree at Santa Clara University, but may not duplicate a degree (i.e., Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science in a natural science, Bachelor of Science in a social science, Bachelor of Science in Commerce, Bachelor of Science in Engineering). Students who are interested in pursuing a second bachelor’s degree concurrently or without interruption must have an academic record showing a strong probability of success including a grade point average of 3.5 or higher in both majors. The student must present for approval a proposed program of study for the second degree that fulfills the degree requirements in effect at their original date of matriculation with at least 45 units of credit on the Santa Clara campus beyond the first bachelor’s degree. Approval to pursue a second bachelor’s degree must be granted by the dean of Academic Support Services and filed with the Office of the Registrar.

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If a student is returning to the University after an absence, he or she must meet the criteria outlined above, but is subject to the degree requirements in effect at the time of re-entry. Approval from the dean of Academic Support Services is required to resume studies for a second degree after an absence. Students whose first degree is from an institution other than Santa Clara must submit formal application for admission to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Students admitted for a second bachelor’s degree are subject to the degree requirements in effect at the time of admission. At least half the units required for the second bachelor’s degree must be earned at Santa Clara.

Graduation with Honors Candidates for a bachelor’s degree with a grade point average between 3.50 and 3.69 graduate cum laude (with honors); candidates with a grade point average between 3.70 and 3.89 graduate magna cum laude (with high honors); and candidates with a grade point average of 3.90 or higher graduate summa cum laude (with highest honors). Awarding of honors is based on all graded undergraduate courses attempted at Santa Clara University and courses taken elsewhere that are counted toward the fulfillment of a student’s degree. Honors will not be awarded above those merited by the student’s record at Santa Clara. An indication of honors at graduation contained in the commencement program is unofficial. The final determination will be made after a review of all completed undergraduate courses counted toward the degree.

Participation in Commencement Candidates for a bachelor’s degree must have completed all degree requirements or have 10 or fewer units to complete prior to participating in commencement. Also, a minimum of a 2.00 is required in all majors/minors and in the cumulative grade point average.

Academic Program Policies and Regulations Course Numbering and Course Credits Lower-division courses are numbered 1 through 99, and upper-division courses are numbered 100 through 199. In the College of Arts and Sciences and the Leavey School of Business, most lower-division courses carry 4 units of academic credit and most upper-division courses carry 5 units of academic credit. In the School of Engineering, unit values for courses vary. Change of Academic Program Students wishing to change their major or to transfer from one school or college to another within the University must submit a Program Petition Form to the Drahmann Center. A change of major requires the approval of the relevant department chair or program director. The action taken on a petition to change from one college or school to another will depend on the applicant’s past academic record and on the availability of space within that college or school. Repetition of Courses Students may only repeat a course in which they have received a grade of less than “C –.” In such cases, the grades of both the original and the repeated course are included in the calculation of the student’s grade point average, but units are awarded toward graduation only once for each course passed. Certain courses, such as special topics courses and performance courses, are repeatable, and students will receive a grade and units for each successful completion. Students should consult the chair of the department in which the course is offered to confirm that a given course may be repeated for credit. Independent Study Students may pursue independent study through directed reading, directed research, internships, practica, or cooperative education. To qualify, a student must have demonstrated a sufficient knowledge of the academic discipline involved to make independent study both possible and beneficial. No more than 20 units of independent study may be used to satisfy graduation requirements, and no more than 5 units of independent study may be taken per term. Students must enroll for the term in which the independent study occurs. Directed reading and directed research are limited to upper-division students who undertake a research project or other welldefined study beyond the scope of a regular course under the supervision of a faculty member. Such work should be comparable to that required for courses of equivalent unit value.

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Students can obtain practical learning experience through internships, cooperative education, and practica. Internships and cooperative education are approved work experiences in a non-classroom environment in industry, government, or other setting, generally available only to upper-division students. Students who enroll in an internship or cooperative education experience for academic credit must fulfill specified academic requirements in addition to the responsibilities expected by the organization hosting the internship or cooperative education experience. Practica provide practical experience in a disciplinespecific field experience or an approved University program activity, such as participation on the school newspaper. Practica are generally available only to upper-division students, but some practicum experiences are available to lower-division students who meet specified eligibility criteria. Students wishing to enroll in an independent study course must initiate the request for independent study with the appropriate faculty member and with the Career Center for cooperative education experiences. The appropriate form, with the required materials and other approvals, must be submitted to the Drahmann Center for final approval prior to registering for the course. Challenging Courses Students may challenge certain courses to satisfy specific subject requirements for graduation. A student may petition to challenge any course listed in the Undergraduate Bulletin except those involving laboratory, studio, or specialized group work and those whose descriptions in the catalog are followed by the letters NCX. No more than one course may be challenged each term. Although course requirements may be fulfilled by challenging a course, a successful challenge neither earns units toward the total needed for graduation nor contributes to the fulfillment of the residency requirements. In order to be eligible to challenge a course, a student must have completed at least one term at Santa Clara, have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.3, and receive permission of the faculty member and the chair of the department in which the course is offered. Only currently enrolled students are eligible to challenge a course. To challenge a course, the student takes a special examination on the material covered by that course and meets any additional requirements specified by the department chair. Challenge examinations are arranged by the department chair after the student files a Petition for Credit by Examination with the Office of the Registrar and pay the applicable fee. Course Requirements and Attendance Students are responsible for completing all course requirements as set forth by the instructor. Class attendance expectations and consequences for absences from class are left to the discretion of individual instructors. Students are accountable for all course assignments, whether or not the assignments were announced during an absence. Community-Based Learning at SCU Community-Based Learning (CBL) supported through Santa Clara University is informed by the Jesuit tradition. It is designed to foster moral, spiritual, and intellectual development in students, encouraging vocational discernment and a commitment to active global citizenship. Equally important are the benefits CBL contributes to the community. By bringing the skills of faculty and students to support the work of community partners, CBL helps the University to build productive and sustainable community relationships. In academic courses at SCU that involve CBL, students will engage in critical and reflective community-based activities as a component of the curriculum of the course. These community engagement experiences generally take place off campus, yet are fully integrated with the in-class component of the course. SCU is committed to providing CBL opportunities to students that will allow them to connect more deeply to a rigorous academic curriculum; explore issues of power, privilege, and oppression; bring knowledge from their discipline into dialogue with knowledge from the community; and experience the realities of the world for the purpose of fashioning a more humane and just society.

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WINTER 2014 Final Exam Schedule Cumulative final exams occur on the date and time scheduled by the Office of the Registrar. Take-home exams may not be due before the scheduled final exam time. After ten weeks of class meetings, final examinations are scheduled for the eleventh th week. Exams will be held over a five-day period. Exams begin Monday, March 17 and end Friday, March 21st. Each exam period spans three hours.

Winter Quarter 2014 Exams M-F: March 17-21, 2014 Date of Examination Monday, Mar. 17th Tuesday, Mar. 18th Wednesday, Mar. 19th Thursday, Mar. 20th Friday, Mar. 21st

Exam Time 9:10 am – 12:10 pm

Exam Time 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

Exam Time 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm Reserved for classes that start MWF between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm Reserved for classes that start TR between 4:00 pm and 8:00 pm

Reserved for classes that start MWF at 10:30 am

Reserved for classes that start MWF at 2:15 pm

Reserved for classes that start TR at 10:20 am

Reserved for classes that start TR at 2:00 pm

Reserved for classes that start MWF at 8:00 am

Reserved for classes that start at MWF at 11:45 am

Reserved for classes that start MWF at 3:30 pm

Reserved for classes that start TR at 8:30 am

Reserved for classes that start TR at 12:10 pm

Reserved for classes that start TR at 3:50 pm

Reserved for classes that start MWF at 9:15 am

Reserved for classes that start MWF at 1:00 pm

Students: Can view their exam schedule by logging onto their eCampus account, clicking on the other academic drop down menu, and selecting “Exam Schedule.” Please note that final exam locations may change due to conflicts, check eCampus for most up-to-date schedule

Grades are due from faculty five calendar days after the last exam. Grades are posted to students’ records once each day after 6:00 p.m. during the grading period. Grades are available on eCampus as soon as they are posted.

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WINTER 2014 STUDENT SCHEDULE PLANNING GUIDE

MWF 8:00 | | 9:05 9:15 | | 10:20 10:30 | | 11:35 11:45 | | 12:50 1:00 | | 2:05 2:15 | | 3:20 3:30 | | 4:35 4:45 | 5:50 |

Monday

Tuesday

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8:00-9:05

8:30-10:10

8:00-9:05

8:30-10:10

8:00-9:05

6:00 | 7:05 | 8:30 | 9:35

9:15-10:20

9:15-10:20

10:20-12:00

10:30-11:35

11:45-12:50

9:15-10:20

10:20-12:00

10:30-11:35

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1:00-2:05

11:45-12:50

10:30-11:35

12:10-1:50

1:00-2:05

2:00-3:40

2:15-3:20

11:45-12:50

1:00-2:05

2:00-3:40

2:15-3:20

2:15-3:20

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5:40-7:20

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UHP Schedule of Classes Winter 2014

UNIVERSITY HONORS PROGRAM WINTER QUARTER 2014 Footnotes, course descriptions and current information on courses listed below, log onto www.scu/edu/courseavail or eC ampus

Class

Title

Topic Art, Power, Propaganda

Un Days

Cultures and Ideas II - Honors

ASCI 101

Fellowship & Grad Preparation

2

CHEM 12H

General Chemistry II L&L:Hnrs

5

CHEM 12H

CHEM 12H LAB

0

M

02:15 - 06:15 PM

Brunauer,Linda S

ENGL 1H

Critical Think & Write I:Hnrs

Rhetoric & Discourse Commun

4

TR

08:30 - 10:10 AM

Zorn,Jeffrey L

ENGL 2H

Critical Think & Write II:Hnrs

Classical Rhetoric for Honors

4

MWF 08:00 - 09:05 AM

Dunlap,John R

HIST 12H

Cultures and Ideas II - Honors

Peoples of the Americas

4

MWF 02:15 - 03:20 PM

Senkewicz,Robert M

HIST 12H

Cultures and Ideas II - Honors

Conformity & Rebellion

4

PHIL 8H

Ethical Issues in Politics

PHIL 11H

Cultures and Ideas I - Honors

PHIL 115

Feminism and Ethics

5

TR

02:00 - 03:40 PM

staff

PHIL 125

Moral Epistemology

5

TR

12:10 - 01:50 PM

Kulp,Christopher B

PHIL 131E

Ancient Philosophy: Stoicism

5

PHIL 133D

Modern Philosophy:Nietzsche

5

PHIL 140

Philosophy of Science

5

MWF 02:15 - 03:20 PM

Vallor,Shannon

PHIL 144

Philosophy of Mind

5

MWF 03:30 - 04:35 PM

Ramirez,Erick Jose

PHIL 149

Metaphysics and Epistemology

5

MWF 11:45 - 12:50 PM

Remhof,Justin Marc

POLI 193AW

Sem in Political Philosophy

5

TR

10:20 - 11:20 AM

Lukes,Timothy J

POLI 196

Senior Sem in Intl Rels

5

MW

03:30 - 05:15 PM

Stover,William J

RSOC 9H

Ways of Understand Relig: Hnrs

4

MWF 01:00 - 02:05 PM

SCTR 175R

RSS: Redeeming Economics

5

TR

12:10 - 01:50 PM

Murphy,Catherine M.

MGMT 6H

Business Ethics: Honors

4

TR

10:20 - 12:00 PM

Trevisan,Richard E

MGMT 160S

Mgmt of Organizations - LSP

5

MGMT 162S

Strtgc Analysis-Busn Capstone

5

MKTG 181S

Principles of Marketing

5

MWF 02:15 - 03:20 PM

Staff

AMTH 106H

Differential Equations:Honors

4

MWF 10:30 - 11:35 AM

Chiappari,Stephen A

AMTH 108H

Probability & Statistics:Honor

4

MWF 01:00 - 02:05 PM

Chiappari,Stephen A

HNRS 20

Difficult Dialogues

Technology for Social Justice

4

MW

03:30 - 05:15 PM

Warner,Keith D

HNRS 20

Difficult Dialogues

Genetics and Medicine

4

TR

12:10 - 01:50 PM

Miller,Leilani M

PLEASE CHECK COURSE AVAIL TO VERIFY IF A CLASS FULFILLS A CORE REQUIREMENT

24

MWF 10:30 - 11:35 AM

Instructor

ARTH 12H

Personal Identity & Community

4

Time

W

02:15 - 04:00 PM

MWF 10:30 - 11:35 AM

TR

10:20 - 12:00 PM

Maxwell,Kathleen E Miller,Leilani M Brunauer,Linda S

Andrews,Naomi J

4

MWF 01:00 - 02:05 PM

LaBarge,Scott M

4

MWF 01:00 - 02:05 PM

Vallor,Shannon

MWF 09:15 - 10:20 AM TR

10:20 - 12:00 PM

MWF 10:30 - 11:35 AM TR

02:00 - 03:40 PM

LaBarge,Scott M Kain,Philip J

Bennett,James

Hall,James L MacGregor,Nydia M


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr Title College of Arts and Sciences ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ANTH ARTH ARTH

1 1 2 2 3 12A 50 112 130 136 157 158 170 196 12A 12A

ARTH ARTH ARTH ARTH ARTH ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ARTS ASCI BIOL BIOL

21 24 110 146 161 30 30 30 43 43 43 46 50 57 63 63 63 64 64 71 74 74 75 133 143 143 150 154 156 157 163 163 163 164 164 174 174 175 180 21 3 3L

Intro to Biological Anth Intro to Biological Anth Intro to Archaeology Intro to Archaeology Intro to Social & Cultural Anth Cultures & Ideas II World Geography Anthropology Methods Primate Behavioral Ecology Forensic Anthropology Family, Kin, Culture Applied Anthropology Women, Gender, Sexuality Arch Method and Theory Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II Introduction to the Arts of Ancient and Medieval Europe Introduction to the Arts of the Middle East Early Christian and Byzantine Art African American Art Photography in Japan Basic Drawing Basic Drawing Basic Drawing Basic Painting Basic Painting Basic Painting Basic Watercolor Basic B/W Camera and Darkroom Basic Digital Photography Basic Ceramics Basic Ceramics Basic Ceramics Basic Sculpture Basic Sculpture Digital Printmaking Basic Computer Imaging Basic Computer Imaging Basic Graphic Design Intermediate Drawing Painting Painting B/W Camera and Darkroom Intermediate Photography Photography and Mixed Media Digital Photography Ceramics Ceramics Ceramics Sculpture Sculpture Computer Imaging Computer Imaging Graphic Design Advanced Graphic Design Production Emerging Leaders Program Fitness Physiology Fitness Physiology Lab

Topic

Peace & Violence

Contact Zones:East & West Exhibiting the Global

25

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

MWF M MWF M MWF TR TR TR TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF TR

8:00 AM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 8:30 AM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 5:40 PM 12:10 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 10:20 AM

9:45 AM 5:15 PM 10:20 AM 5:15 PM 2:05 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 10:10 AM 5:30 PM 3:40 PM 7:20 PM 1:50 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM 12:00 PM

Hauff, Laura Hauff, Laura Panich, Lee Panich, Lee Luthra, Sangeeta Panich, Lee Staff Gullette, Gregory Bezanson, Michelle Staff Hegland, Mary Gullette, Gregory Luthra, Sangeeta Panich, Lee Fraser, Karen Wofford, Tobias

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

10:30 AM 3:50 PM 2:15 PM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 3:50 PM 8:00 AM 2:15 PM 2:00 PM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 4:45 PM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:00 PM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 1:00 PM 4:45 PM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM

11:35 AM 5:30 PM 3:20 PM 3:40 PM 5:10 PM 4:35 PM 12:40 PM 6:30 PM 10:20 AM 4:35 PM 4:20 PM 11:35 AM 10:50 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 10:50 AM 2:30 PM 12:40 PM 3:20 PM 4:20 PM 7:05 PM 4:20 PM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 4:35 PM 4:20 PM 10:50 AM 2:30 PM 3:20 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 10:50 AM 2:30 PM 12:40 PM 3:20 PM 7:05 PM 4:20 PM 12:50 PM 4:35 PM 5:30 PM 1:50 PM 5:00 PM

Maxwell, Kathleen de Maria, Blake Maxwell, Kathleen Wofford, Tobias Fraser, Karen Hughes, Julie Reynolds, Ryan Staff Hughes, Julie Detweiler, Kelly Reynolds, Ryan Detweiler, Kelly Moro, Takeshi Billingslea, Renee Jimenez, Pancho Fritz, Don Fritz, Don Staff Staff Aoki, Katherine Staff Aoki, Katherine Staff Hughes, Julie Detweiler, Kelly Reynolds, Ryan Moro, Takeshi Moro, Takeshi Billingslea, Renee Billingslea, Renee Jimenez, Pancho Fritz, Don Fritz, Don Staff Staff Staff Aoki, Katherine Staff Staff Durako, Lori D Tauck, David Tauck, David


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL BIOL

3L 4 4L 4L 23 23 23 23L 23L 23L 23L 23L 23L 23L 23L 23L 23L 101 110 110L 110L 115 115L 116 116L 116L 117 117L 117L 121 121L 122 122L 122L 123 129 151 151L 151L 160 160L 160L 165 165L 171 175 175L 175L 179 185 188 189 189 195 195 195 195 195 195 195

Title

Topic

Fitness Physiology Lab Light and Life Light and Life Lab Light and Life Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Invest. In Ecology/Evolution Lab Hot Topics in Biology Genetics Genetics Lab Genetics Lab Human Reproduction/ Development Human Reproduction/ Development lab Medical Microbiology Medical Microbiology Lab Medical Microbiology Lab Epidemiology Epidemiology Lab Epidemiology Lab Animal Physiology Animal Physiology Lab Neurobiology Neurobiology Lab Neurobiology Lab Nutrition Human Physiology Restoration Ecology Restoration Ecology Lab Restoration Ecology Lab Biostatistics Biostatistics Lab Biostatistics Lab Animal Behavior Animal Behavior Lab Ethical Issues in Biotechnology Molecular Biology Molecular Biology Lab Molecular Biology Lab Cancer Biology Business in Biotechnology STEM Education and Justice Topics in Cell/Molecular Biology Topics in Cell/Molecular Biology Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research

26

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

W TR T R MWF MWF MWF T T T T W W R R R R F MWF M T TR T MWF T R TR T R TR R TR W R TR MWF MWF W W MWF M W TR R TR TR T R MWF T W W F TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

2:15 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 8:45 AM 8:45 AM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 8:45 AM 8:45 AM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 9:15 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 12:00 PM 3:00 PM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Tauck, David Lucas, Jessica Lucas, Jessica Lucas, Jessica Beatty, Christopher Beatty, Christopher Staff Wong, Lianna Beatty, Christopher Wong, Lianna Staff Wong, Lianna Beatty, Christopher Wong, Lianna Staff Wong, Lianna Staff Beatty, Christopher Staff Staff Staff Grainger, James Grainger, James Ruscetti, Teresa Ruscetti, Teresa Ruscetti, Teresa Staff Staff Staff Dahlhoff, Elizabeth Dahlhoff, Elizabeth Sabatier, Christelle Sabatier, Christelle Sabatier, Christelle Oppezzo,Marily Staff Matzek, Virginia Matzek, Virginia Matzek, Virginia Saxton, Katherine Saxton, Katherine Saxton, Katherine Edgerly-Rooks, Janice Edgerly-Rooks, Janice Miller, Leilani Hess, David Hess, David Hess, David Islas, Angel Staff Staff Staff Staff Edgerly-Rooks, Janice Hess, David Grainger, James Islas, Angel Dahlhoff, Elizabeth Stephens, Craig Miller, Leilani

5:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 4:45 PM 4:45 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:30 AM 11:30 AM 4:45 PM 4:45 PM 4:35 PM 10:20 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:00 PM 10:10 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:10 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 2:45 PM 6:45 PM 11:35 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 9:00 PM 7:00 PM 4:00 PM 4:00 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr BIOL CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM

195 5 5L 13 13 13 13 13 13 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 13L 15 19 19L 33 33 33 33 33L 33L 33L 33L 33L 33L 33L 33L 101 112 115 141 143 143 143 151 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 182 183 183 183 183

Title

Topic

Undergraduate Research Chem: An Experimental Science Chem: An Experimental Science Lab General Chemistry III L&L General Chemistry III L&L General Chemistry III L&L General Chemistry III L&L General Chemistry III L&L General Chemistry III L&L General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab General Chemistry III Lab Introduction to Research Chemistry for Teachers Chemistry for Teachers Organic Chemistry III L&L Organic Chemistry III L&L Organic Chemistry III L&L Organic Chemistry III L&L Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Lab Organic Chemistry III Majors Lab Bioinorganic Chemistry Bioanalytical Chemistry Chemistry Seminar Biochemistry I Biochemical Techniques Biochemical Techniques Biochemical Techniques Spectroscopy Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Undergraduate Research Senior Research Senior Research Senior Research Senior Research

27

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

TBA MWF R MWF MWF TR MWF MWF MWF M T T T T W W W W R R R R F F F MWF T MWF TR TR TR M T T W R R F W MWF TR F MWF W R WR MWF TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA 8:00 AM 2:00 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 8:10 AM 8:10 AM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 8:10 AM 8:10 AM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 8:00 AM 2:00 PM 9:15 AM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 5:30 PM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 4:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 11:45 AM TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Whittall, Justen Fedder, Steve Fedder, Steve Staff Adalsteinsson,Thorsteinn Reaney, Stephen Reaney, Stephen Staff Reaney, Stephen Thomas, Elisabeth Abbyad, Paul Thomas, Elisabeth Staff Staff Staff Thomas, Elisabeth Staff Staff Abbyad, Paul Thomas, Elisabeth Staff Staff Staff Staff Suljak, Steven Fedder, Steve Fedder, Steve Fuller, Amelia McNelis, Brian Carrasco, Michael McNelis, Brian Staff Avila, Belem Dafforn, Alan Staff Avila, Belem Dafforn, Alan Staff Fuller, Amelia Wheeler, Korin Suljak, Steven Abbyad, Paul Wheeler, Korin Brunauer, Linda Brunauer, Linda Brunauer, Linda Adalsteinsson,Thorsteinn Abbyad, Paul Adalsteinsson,Thorsteinn Brunauer, Linda Carrasco, Michael Fuller, Amelia McNelis, Brian Shachter, Amy Suljak, Steven Wheeler, Korin Abbyad, Paul Adalsteinsson,Thorsteinn Brunauer, Linda Carrasco, Michael

TBA 9:05 AM 4:50 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 10:10 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM 5:50 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:50 PM 4:50 PM 4:50 PM 4:50 PM 9:20 PM 9:20 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:50 PM 4:50 PM 4:50 PM 4:50 PM 3:20 PM 9:05 AM 4:50 PM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 1:50 PM 5:45 PM 11:20 AM 4:50 PM 8:20 PM 11:20 AM 4:50 PM 5:05 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 3:20 PM 6:15 PM 12:50 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CHEM CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS CLAS COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM

183 183 183 183 183 184 184 184 184 184 184 184 184 184 3 12A 12A 12A 23 43 68 141 1XX 132 156 197B 1 2 2 12 12 12 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 110 110 111 111 106A 123A 134B 134B 143B 150B 162B 171A 183A 184A 187A

Title Senior Research Senior Research Senior Research Senior Research Senior Research Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Capstone Research Experience Elementary Latin III Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II Elementary Greek III Movie Fun Ancient Religionin Classical Love andRoman Relationships Antiquity History elective Horace Greek New Testament Senior Thesis II Intro to Interpersonal Comm Intro to Media Studies Intro to Media Studies Technology and Communication Technology and Communication Technology and Communication Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking Intro to Digital Film Intro to Digital Film Lab Intro to Digital Film Lab Intro to Digital Film Lab Intro to Digital Film Intro to Digital Film Lab Intro to Digital Film Lab Intro to Digital Film Lab Intro to Journalism Intro to Journalism Quantitative Methods Quantitative Methods Qualitative Methods Qualitative Methods Gender, Health & Sexuality Media and Youth Master Shot/Studio Production Master Shot/Studio Production Lab Special Topics in Journalism Public Relations Theories & Principles Visual Cultural Comm The Business of Media Comm Development & Social Change Post Colonial Identity & Comm Cinema in the Age of Globalization

Topic

Heroes and Heroism Natural Law in Literature Heroes & Heroism

28

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

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

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 11:45 AM 9:15 AM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 11:45 AM 3:30 PM 10:30 AM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 8:00 AM TBA 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 12:10 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 8:50 AM 10:30 AM 3:30 PM 10:20 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 5:25 PM 2:00 PM 11:45 AM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 12:10 PM

Fuller, Amelia McNelis, Brian Shachter, Amy Suljak, Steven Wheeler, Korin Abbyad, Paul Adalsteinsson,Thorsteinn Brunauer, Linda Carrasco, Michael Fuller, Amelia McNelis, Brian Shachter, Amy Suljak, Steven Wheeler, Korin Heath, John Roncaglia,Carolynn Dunlap, John Turkeltaub, Daniel Dunlap, John Turkeltaub, Daniel Greenwalt, William LaBarge, Scott Staff Staff Dunlap, John Greenwalt, William SunWolf Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Ishak Staff Silva Silva Silva Staff Gower Gower Gower Staff Staff Heintz Heintz Sarkar Ishak Ellingson Heintz Whalen Gower Staff Staff Staff Whalen Sarkar Chopra Mahamdi

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 12:50 PM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 12:50 PM 5:15 PM 11:35 AM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 9:05 AM TBA 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 1:50 PM 1:50 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 5:20 PM 3:40 PM 5:20 PM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 12:00 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 10:20 AM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 7:25 PM 3:40 PM 12:50 PM 5:30 PM 3:40 PM 3:20 PM 2:05 PM 1:50 PM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr

Title

Topic

Days

Start time End time

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

4:00 PM 5:40 PM 2:15 PM 5:25 PM 7:30 PM 3:30 PM 11:45 AM 3:50 PM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 5:40 PM 3:30 PM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM TBA TBA 12:10 PM 4:45 PM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM TBA 10:20 AM TBA 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM TBA 10:20 AM TBA 10:20 AM 12:10 PM TBA 5:25 PM 5:25 PM 5:25 PM 7:20 PM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM

5:00 PM 6:40 PM 3:20 PM 6:25 PM 9:20 PM 5:15 PM 12:50 PM 5:30 PM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 6:40 PM 5:15 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM TBA TBA 1:50 PM 5:50 PM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM TBA 12:00 PM TBA 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 3:20 PM TBA 11:35 AM TBA 12:00 PM 1:50 PM TBA 7:10 PM 7:10 PM 7:20 PM 9:10 PM 9:05 AM 9:05 AM

Young Staff Young Young Jaich Hammons Barr Mahamdi Chopra SunWolf Jaich Staff Staff Staff Tran, Nicholas Walden, Byron Smolarski SJ, Dennis STAFF Staff Staff Connell, Karyn Kanter, Pauline Connell, Karyn Kusanovich, Kristin Staff Connell, Karyn Connell, Karyn Staff Popalisky, David Connell, Karyn Staff Connell, Karyn Connell, Karyn Staff Popalisky, David Staff Popalisky, David Lasley, Michael Biswas,Mitali Pfeiffer,Loring Myers, Tim Hessler,John Rashedi,Roxanne

Examining & Crossing Borders MWF California Dreams & Reality MWF Art,Culture & Social Justice MWF

9:15 AM 9:15 AM 9:15 AM

10:20 AM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM

Rashedi,Roxanne Espinoza,John Tremblay-McGaw,Robin

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

Examining & Crossing Borders California Dreams & Reality The Rhetoric of Recipes Human Animal Machine

MWF MWF MWF MWF

10:30 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM

11:35 AM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM

Hendricks,Jacqueline Espinoza,John Donegan,Melissa Leither,Nicholas

2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II

Reading Food, Self & Culture

MWF

1:00 PM

2:05 PM

Mcisaac, Claudia

ENGL

2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II

Examining & Crossing Borders MWF

1:00 PM

2:05 PM

Hendricks,Jacqueline

ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

Reading Food, Self & Culture Art,Culture & Social Justice Work, Leisure and Play

1:00 PM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM

2:05 PM 2:05 PM 2:05 PM

Leither,Nicholas Tremblay-McGaw,Robin Olson,Lucia

COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM COMM CSCI CSCI CSCI CSCI CSCI CSCI DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC DANC ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

190 191 192 193 194 195 196 196 197 197 198 TBA TBA TBA 61 163 166 181 190 199 38 41 44 48 54 56 58 61 69 138 148 156 158 161 169 189 193 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A

Journalism Practicum Filmmaking Practicum Online Journalism Practicum Yearbook Practicum Forensics Practicum Sports Media Practicum Senior Capstone Senior Capstone Senior Thesis Senior Thesis Internship Title TBA - List A Title TBA - List B Title TBA - List B Data Structures Theory of Algorithms Numerical Analysis Applied Cryptography Upper Division Seminar Independent Study Movement for Athletes Jazz Dance II Ballet II Modern Dance III Mexican Folklorico Dance Pilates Private Instruction Pilates Mat Class Charisma Walk Across California Movement for Athletes Advanced Modern Dance III Pilates Private Instruction Pilates Mat Class Charisma Walk Across California Social Justice and the Arts Senior Project: Dance Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

Academic Identities Education & Identity:STS Language & Politics Rock, Pop, Hip Hop Writing about Sustainability Nostalgia & History

ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2A 2A

ENGL

29

MWF MWF MWF

Instructor


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2A 2A 2A 2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

Title

The Rhetoric of Recipes Work, Leisure and Play The Rhetoric of Recipes Education & Identity:STS Work, Leisure and Play American Spaces & Places

MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR

2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 8:30 AM

2:15 PM 3:20 PM 3:20 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 10:10 AM

Pfeiffer,Loring Lacrampe,Jean-Pierre Pfeiffer,Loring Biswas,Mitali Lacrampe,Jean-Pierre Beers, Terry

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2A 2A 2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

The Rhetoric of the Economist Science, Ethics, & Society Science, Technology, Self Science, Ethics, & Society Campus Life & Learning

TR TR TR TR TR

8:30 AM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM

10:10 AM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM

Janiszewska,Hanna Nanda, Aparajita Michalski, Rob Nanda, Aparajita Voss, Julia

ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

Amer. Studies:Popular Culture TR Imagining History TR What's for Dinner? TR

12:10 PM 12:10 PM 12:10 PM

1:50 PM 1:50 PM 1:50 PM

Chang, Juliana Mahamdi, Cynthia Conefrey,Theresa

ENGL

2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II

The Rhetoric of the Economist TR

12:10 PM

1:50 PM

Janiszewska,Hanna

ENGL ENGL

2A 2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II

Reading Food, Self & Culture Imagining History

TR TR

2:00 PM 2:00 PM

3:40 PM 3:40 PM

Frisbie, Susan Mahamdi, Cynthia

ENGL

2A

Critical Thinking & Writing II

The Rhetoric of the Economist TR

2:00 PM

3:40 PM

Janiszewska,Hanna

ENGL ENGL ENGL

2A 2A 2H

Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II Critical Thinking & Writing II: Honors

TR TR TR

2:00 PM 3:50 PM 10:20 AM

3:40 PM 5:30 PM 12:00 PM

Conefrey,Theresa Rojas,Ana Billings, Simone

ENGL

2H

Critical Thinking & Writing II: Honors

MWF

10:30 AM

11:35 AM

Riccomini, Don

ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL

2H 12A 12A 12A 16 21 69 91 105 106EL 107 113 124 126 135 141 148 153 155 171 177 180 182 185 189G 191 191A 198 TBA

The Rhetoric of the Economist Science, Ethics, & Society Savages & Barbarians Technology & Cultural Knowledge Rhetoric & Discourse Communiti Nature & Imagnination Wars, Individuals & States Pharaohs & Vikings

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

8:30 AM 10:30 AM 8:00 AM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 3:30 PM 3:40 PM 10:30 AM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:20 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 8:30 AM 3:30 PM TBA 3:30 PM 2:00 PM 3:40 PM 1:00 PM TBA TBA

10:10 AM 11:35 AM 9:05 AM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 4:40 PM 11:35 AM 4:35 PM 5:15 PM 9:10 PM 12:00 PM 3:30 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 10:10 AM 6:30 PM TBA 5:15 PM 3:40 PM 4:40 PM 2:05 PM TBA TBA

Zorn, Jeff Krane, Denise Riccomini, Don Wade, Cory Voss, Julia Dunbar, Judy Montgomery, Christine Glaser, Kirk Staff Lasley, Michael Goodman Gould, Jill Garavel, Andrew Burnham, Michelle Mcisaac, Claudia Beers, Terry Wade, Cory Garavel, Andrew Garber, Linda Chang, Juliana Glaser, Kirk Michalski, Rob Myers, Tim Riccomini, Don Carroll, Stephen Dunbar, Judy Glaser, Kirk Krane, Denise Staff Carroll, Stephen

Critical Thinking & Writing II: Honors Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II Intro to Writing & Dig Pub Introduction to Black PoetryWomen Writers in Contemporary the US Practicum Literacy and Social Justice Advanced Writing Life Stories & Film Modern British Literature Theories of the Novel Creative Writing & Soc Justice Studies in American Fiction Medieval Literature Victorian Lit Global Gay & Lesbian Cultures Studies in Asian Amer Lit Advanced Fiction Writing Argumentation Writing for Teachers Applied Engineering Comm II Grants, Proposals, & Reports Literature & Religion Practicum Practicum for Writing Tutors Writing Internship New Writing Course

Topic

Santa Clara Review

Santa Clara Review

30


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ENVS ETHN ETHN ETHN ETHN ETHN

2A 10 21 21L 21L 22 23 23L 23L 50 50 79 79 95 110 110L 110L 116 120 122 131 140 148 149 151 151L 151L 195 196 5 20 30 96 123

ETHN ETHN ETHN HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST HIST

126 152 178 12A 12A 12A 12A 12A 12A 92 95 100 101S 113 121 129 133 136 139 143S 146B 152 157 159

Title Critical Thinking & Writing II Joy of Garbage Introduction to Environmental Science Introduction to Environmental Science Introduction to Environmental Science Intro to Environmental Studies Soil, Water, & Air Soil, Water, & Air Soil, Water, & Air World Geography World Geography Environmental Thought Environmental Thought SLURP Statistics for Environmental Science Statistics for Environmental Science Statistics for Environmental Science Intro to GIS Intro to Environmental Law & Regulation Environmental Politics & Policy Environmental Education Sustainability Outreach Solar Revolution African Environment & Development Restoration Ecology Restoration Ecology Restoration Ecology SLURP Special Topics in Env Studies Intro to Study of Race/Ethnicity in US Intro to Latina/o Studies Intro to African American Studies Race, Class & Culture through Film The Chicana/o Experience Latina/o Immigrant Detention & Incorporation in the Age of Terrorism Multi-Racial Identities Race and WW II Cultures and Ideas II Cultures and Ideas II Cultures and Ideas II Cultures and Ideas II Cultures and Ideas II Cultures and Ideas II Introduction to East Asia Modern Latin America Historical Interpretation Historical Writing Seeing/Viewing A World History of Capitalism Medieval Intellectual History History of Sexuality in 20th Century Gender/Race/Class Europe CLAS History elective Seminar: Women in Political Revolution Modern Japan in the World History of Christianity in China New Course Special Topics in Asian History

Topic

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Instructor

Analyzing Green Rhetoric, STS TR TR MWF M W TR MWF M W TR TR TR TR T MWF M W TR MW TR TR T TR TR MWF W W T R MWF TR TR TR TR

10:20 AM 3:50 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 4:00 PM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 3:30 PM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM 12:00 PM 3:00 PM 5:40 PM 4:00 PM 9:15 AM 2:00 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM

12:00 PM 5:30 PM 10:20 AM 1:15 PM 1:15 PM 12:00 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:30 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:15 PM 5:30 PM 3:40 PM 4:50 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 11:35 AM 2:45 PM 5:45 PM 6:40 PM 5:30 PM 10:20 AM 3:40 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM

Farnsworth, John Hughes, Stephanie Ahlum, Joanna Ahlum, Joanna Ahlum, Joanna Bacon, Christopher STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF Farnsworth, John STAFF Gray, Leslie Saxton, Kat Saxton, Kat Saxton, Kat STAFF Trumbull, Terry Bacon, Christopher Ahlum, Joanna Cromwell, Lindsey Hughes, Stephanie Gray, Leslie Matzek, Virginia Matzek, Virginia Matzek, Virginia Hughes, Stephanie Gray, Leslie Staff Sampaio, A Hazard, T Nanda, A Chacon, R

TR TR TR MWF TR TR MWF TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR F TR TR MWF TR TR MWF MWF TBA

1:45 PM 3:50 PM 3:50 PM 8:00 AM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 5:40 PM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 11:50 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM TBA

3:30 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 9:05 AM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 3:20 PM 7:20 PM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 3:40 PM 3:00 PM 12:00 PM 4:30 PM 2:05 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM TBA

Sampaio, A Nanda, A Hazard, T Conedera, SJ, Sam Staff Molony, Barbara Odamtten, Harry Skinner, David Turley, Thomas Mariani, SJ, Paul Liebscher, SJ, Arthur Turley, Thomas Newsom Kerr, Matthew Newsom Kerr, Matthew Lopez Lazaro, Fabio Conedera, SJ, Sam Randall, Amy Randall, Amy Staff Skinner, David Molony, Barbara Mariani, SJ, Paul Odamtten, Harry Staff

Civilization & the City The Imperial West Across the Pacific Africa & the Atlantic World Cultures of Islam Civilization & the City

South Asia/India

31

Days


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr HIST HIST HIST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST LBST MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH MILS MILS MILS MILS

163 182 184 70 75 102 106 107 109 110 197 196 198A 198B 4 6 6 8 8 8 8 8 8 11 11 12 12 12 12 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 22 30 31 31 31 31 45 51 51 53 53 53 154 166 174 176 190 199 13 13 23 23

Title

Topic

Cuba and the Caribbean Sex and Family in American Society American Historical Geography Community Health Education Technology and Education Child Maltreatment Urban Education and Multiculturalism Children, Family and Community Children, Arts and Society Preschool Curriculum Design Senior Seminar: Pre-teaching FTP Seminar Elementary School Teaching Practicum Secondary School Teaching Practicum Nature of Mathematics Finite Math for Social Science Finite Math for Social Science Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Calculus & Analytic Geom I Calculus & Analytic Geom I Calculus & Analytic Geom II Calculus & Analytic Geom II Calculus & Analytic Geom II Calculus & Analytic Geom II Calculus & Analytic Geom III Calculus & Analytic Geom III Calculus & Analytic Geom III Calculus & Analytic Geom III Calculus & Analytic Geom III Calculus & Analytic Geom IV Calculus & Analytic Geom IV Calculus & Analytic Geom IV Calculus & Analytic Geom IV Differential Equations Calculus for Business I Calculus for Business II Calculus for Business II Calculus for Business II Calculus for Business II Math for Elementary Teachers II Discrete Mathematics Discrete Mathematics Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Linear Algebra Intermediate Analysis II Numerical Analysis Differential Geometry Combinatorics Upper Division Seminar Independent Study Foundations in Leadership II Lab Leadership In Changing Enviroments II Lab

32

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

TR TR TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MW TR M TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TBA TBA MW W MW W

2:00 PM 2:00 PM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 10:30 AM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 6:00 PM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM TBA TBA 8:00 AM 2:15 PM 8:00 AM 2:15 PM

Chacon, Ramon Staff Staff Day, Elizabeth Day, Elizabeth Burns, Barbara Staff Staff Kusanovich, Kristin Kemp, Jackie Solomon, Brett Urdan, Tim Day, Elizabeth Day, Elizabeth Musa, Mona Long, Mary Long, Mary McGinley, Tamsen Poe, Laurie Poe, Laurie Gismervig, Emily Gismervig, Emily Bekes, Robert Zuev, Julia Banerjee, Sayanti Pedersen, Jean Irving, Corey Poe, Laurie Klosinski, Leonard Irving, Corey Alexanderson, Gerald Linnell, Natalie Lee, Brandyn Alexanderson, Gerald Paris, Norman Paris, Norman Musa, Mona Lee, Brandyn Klosinski, Leonard Friedenbach, Peter Banerjee, Sayanti Farris, Frank Oscamou, Maribeth Oscamou, Maribeth McGinley, Tamsen Linnell, Natalie Tran, Nicholas Scott, Richard Barria, Jose Scott, Richard Barria, Jose Smolarski SJ, Dennis Farris, Frank Bekes, Robert Walden, Byron Staff Matthew Michelson Staff Mario Morales Staff

3:40 PM 3:40 PM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 11:35 AM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 7:30 PM 3:40 PM 7:00 PM 3:40 PM 3:40 PM 12:50 PM 3:20 PM 2:05 PM 9:05 AM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 9:45 AM 9:45 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 3:20 PM 11:35 AM TBA TBA 9:05 AM 5:00 PM 9:05 AM 5:00 PM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr MILS MILS MILS MILS MILS MILS ARAB ARAB CHIN CHIN CHIN CHIN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN FREN GERM GERM GERM ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL ITAL JAPN JAPN JAPN JAPN JAPN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN SPAN MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC

133 133 143 143 176 199 3 23 3 3 23 137 3 3 3 50 100 100 103 3 100 108 3 3 3 3 100 121 3 3 23 102 137 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 23 23 23EL 101 107 124 139 165 175 1 2 9 9 16 30

Title

Topic

Situational Leadership II Lab Leadership In a Complex World II Lab Military History Independent Study Elementary Arabic III Intermediate Arabic III Elementary Chinese III Elementary Chinese III Intermediate Chinese III Modern Chinese Culture Elementary French III Elementary French III Elementary French III Intermediate French Conversation Advanced French I Advanced French I Advanced French Composition Elementary German III Advanced German I German Business Culture & Institutions Elementary Italian III Elementary Italian III Elementary Italian III Elementary Italian III Advanced Italian I Survey of Italian Lit II Elementary Japanese III Elementary Japanese III Intermediate Japanese III Advanced Japanese III Japanese Culture Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Elementary Spanish III Intermediate Spanish III Intermediate Spanish III Intermediate Spanish III - Exp. Learning Advanced Spanish II Advanced Spanish Composition Realism in the 19th-C Spanish Novel Ghosts in Lat-Amer Narrative Cervantes: Don Quijote History of the Spanish Language Music Theory 1 Music Theory 2 Introduction to Listening Introduction to Electronic Music Music at Noon Beginning Piano Class

33

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

TR W W W F TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR MWF TR TR TR TR TR TR MWF MWF TR TR W TR

8:30 AM 2:15 PM 6:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 11:45 AM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 8:00 AM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 4:45 PM 11:45 AM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 12:10 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 11:45 AM 8:00 AM

Staff Staff John Tao Staff John Tao John Tao Staff Staff Staff Staff Ge, Yujie Ge, Yujie Couplan-Cashman, Lucile Couplan-Cashman, Lucile Tanti, Nina Boutouba, Jimia Montfort, Catherine Montfort, Catherine Tanti, Nina Tabbert-Jones, Gudrun Tabbert-Jones, Gudrun Hellebrandt, Josef Riviello, Tonia Bubula-Phillips, Irene Bertola, Marie Riviello, Tonia Ferme,Valerio Ferme,Valerio Miyakoshi, Yoshiko Staff Staff Miyakoshi, Yoshiko Miyakoshi, Yoshiko Stefanova, Irena Daffer, Stephanie Stefanova, Irena Daffer, Stephanie Staff Staff Staff Lisses, Jennifer Staff Lisses, Jennifer Accornero, Marc Accornero, Marc Staff Li, Elsa Hellebrandt, Josef Beebe, Rose Marie Casasayas, Alberto Li, Elsa Casasayas, Alberto Beebe, Rose Marie Pellettieri, Jill McCollough, Teresa McCollough, Teresa Zanfagna, Chirstina STAFF Wait-Kromm, Nancy Boepple, Hans

10:10 AM 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM 3:20 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 3:20 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 12:50 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 3:20 PM 9:05 AM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 5:50 PM 12:50 PM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 1:50 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 12:50 PM 10:10 AM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr

Title

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

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

10:20 AM 4:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:50 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 4:30 PM 7:30 PM 3:50 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 7:30 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM 7:30 PM 7:30 PM 6:00 PM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 3:30 PM 8:30 AM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 10:30 AM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 3:30 PM 2:00 PM

12:00 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 7:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 5:30 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 10:00 PM 7:00 PM 3:40 PM 10:00 PM 10:00 PM 9:00 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 4:35 PM 10:10 AM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 11:35 AM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 4:35 PM 3:40 PM

Wait-Kromm, Nancy STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF Stevens, William STAFF Wait-Kromm, Nancy Ruviaro, Bruno Zanfagna, Chirstina STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF Wait-Kromm, Nancy STAFF STAFF Ruviaro, Bruno Stevens, William Staff Staff Meyer, Michael Staff Staff Kulp, Christopher Parent, William Parent, William Staff Staff

1:00 PM

2:05 PM

Vallor, Shannon

1:00 PM

2:05 PM

Cheng-Guajardo,Luis

12A Cultures & Ideas II

Personal Identity & Community MWF Human Nature & Moral Theories MWF Human Nature & Moral Theories MWF

3:30 PM

4:35 PM

Cheng-Guajardo,Luis

PHIL

12A Cultures & Ideas II

Personal Identity & Community TR

10:20 AM

12:00 PM

Hajdin,Mane

PHIL

12A Cultures & Ideas II

Ancient & Medieval Philosophy TR

3:50 PM

5:30 PM

Buckley, Brian

PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL

Cultures & Ideas II Ancient & Medieval Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Formal Logic Hist. of Phil: Modern and Contemporary Knowledge and Reality Classic Issues in Ethics Classic Issues in Ethics Virtue Ethics Ancient Philosophy: Love and 131D Relationships in Classcial Antiquity 133A Modern Philosophy: Hume 135 Existentialism

TR TR MWF MWF MWF TR MWF TR

5:40 PM 12:10 PM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 11:45 AM 12:10 PM

7:20 PM 1:50 PM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 3:20 PM 12:00 PM 12:50 PM 1:50 PM

Buckley, Brian Buckley, Brian Kulp, Christopher Kain, Philip Vallor, Shannon Staff Staff Meyer, Michael

MWF TR MWF

9:15 AM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM

10:20 AM 3:40 PM 11:35 AM

LaBarge, Scott Hickson, Michael Nelson, Lawrence

Beginning Voice Class MUSC 40 LAB University Orchestra Concert Choir Concert Choir Chamber Singers Jazz Ensemble Jazz Combo Workshop Concert Band New Music Ensemble Music Theory/Aural Skills Capstone Special Topics in Music Music at Noon Music, Society & Technology Music Writing and Research MUSC 40 LAB University Orchestra Concert Choir Concert Choir Chamber Singers Jazz Ensemble Jazz Combo Workshop Opera Workshop Concert Band New Music Ensemble Laptop Orchestra Aural Skills 2 Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics Ethical Issues in Society Ethical Issues in Society Ethical Issues in Society Ethical Issues in Business Ethical Issues in Business

MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC MUSC PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL PHIL

34 40 40 42 42 43 45 46 54 55 105 115 116 119 131 140 140 142 142 143 145 146 153 154 155 157 2a 2 2 2 2 2 5 5 5 6 6

PHIL

12H Cultures & Ideas II

PHIL

12A Cultures & Ideas II

PHIL

PHIL PHIL PHIL

Topic

Additional Meeting

Additional Meeting

12A 20 27 53 90 120 120 124

34


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr Special Topics in Title the History of PHIL PHSC PHSC PHSC PHSC PHSC PHSC PHSC PHSC PHSC PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS PHYS POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI

Topic

Philosophy Human Health and Disease Human Health and Disease Epidemiology Epidemiology Lab Epidemiology Lab Nutrition Evidence-based Public Health Public Health Capstone Peer Health Educators Practicum Hands-On Physics! Intro to Astronomy: The Solar System LAB Intro to Astronomy: The Solar 2L System LAB Introduction to Astronomy: The Universe 3 LAB Introduction to Astronomy: The 3L Universe Introduction to Space Sciences 8 13 General Physics III 13L General Physics LAB 13L General Physics LAB 13L General Physics LAB 32 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 32 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 32 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 32 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 32 Physics for Scientists and Engineers II 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB 32L PHYS 32 LAB PHYS 32 LAB 32L Analytical and Numerical Methods in 103 Physics LAB Analytical and Numerical Methods 103L in Physics 111 Electromagnetic Theory I 113 Advanced Electromagnetism and Optics 113L LAB Advanced Electromagnetism 116 Physics of Solids 122 Quantum Mechanics II Introduction to U.S. Politics 1 Introduction to U.S. Politics 1 Introduction to U.S. Politics 1 Introduction to U.S. Politics 1 Introduction to Comparative Politics 2 Introduction to Comparative Politics 2 Introduction to Comparative Politics 2 Introduction to Comparative Politics 2 Introduction to World Politics 3 25 Introduction to International Relations 30 Introduction to Political Philosophy 30 Introduction to Political Philosophy 40 Politics of U.S. Economy 45 Criminal Justice System 50 World Geography 139 1 1 100 100L 100L 101 150 190 198 1 2

35

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

MWF TR TR TR T R TR MWF TR TBA MWF TR

1:00 PM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 11:45 AM 12:10 PM TBA 1:00 PM 12:10 PM

2:05 PM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:10 AM 12:50 PM 1:50 PM TBA 2:05 PM 1:50 PM

Staff Hauff Hauff staff staff staff Oppezzo,Marily staff Saxton Bateman Dehart Staff

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

8:00 PM 3:50 PM 8:00 PM 10:20 AM 9:15 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:00 AM 10:00 AM 9:15 AM

11:00 PM 5:30 PM 11:00 PM 12:00 PM 10:20 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:45 PM 12:45 PM 10:20 AM

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Dehart Dehart Dehart Barber Weber Staff Kesten Staff Dehart Dehart Dehart Dehart Dehart Young Barber Young Barber Birmingham Birmingham Ramon

R TR TR W MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR MWF MW MWF MWF MWF TR TR TBA TR

2:15 PM 12:10 PM 5:10 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 9:15 AM 8:00 AM 10:20 AM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 11:45 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM TBA 10:20 AM

5:00 PM 1:50 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 10:20 AM 9:05 AM 12:00 PM 10:10 AM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 12:50 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM TBA 12:00 PM

Ramon Barber Weber Weber Young Ramon Staff Cottrill, Jim Cottrill, Jim Peretti, Terri Curry, Jane Faulve-Montojo, Ken Morlang, Diana Levy, Naomi Hanson, Eric Corning, Gregory Staff Lukes, Tim Faulve-Montojo, Ken Dexheimer,Daniel Gray, Leslie


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI

99 100 101 101 107

POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI

112 116B 119 123 127 128

POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI POLI PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC PSYC SCTR SCTR SCTR SCTR SCTR SCTR SCTR SCTR TESP TESP TESP

134 142 148 149 171 158 185 192 192 195 195P 198A 1 1 1 2 2 2 40 43 43 115 117 120 134 150 157 161 166 168 171 172 185EL 185EL 193 198 19 19 27 35 39 110 119 128 2 4H 4

Title

Topic

Political Science Research Research Methods in Political Science Applied Quantitative Methods Applied Quantitative Methods American Political Thought History of Political Philosophy II: Liberalism and Its Roots Model UN: Int'l Conflict Simulation The European Union Global Environmental Politics Special Topics in International Relations U.S. Foreign Policy Race and Ethnicity in the Politics of Developed States Politics in the Middle East Politics of China Special Topics in Comparative Politics Women and Law Housing and Homelessness Policy Seminar in U.S. Politics Senior Seminar Comparative Poltiics Comparative Poltiics Senior Seminar in Racial & Ethnic Politics Senior Seminar in U.S. Politics Public Sector Internship General Psychology 1 General Psychology 1 Genreal Psychology 1 General Psychology 2 General Psychology 2 General Psychology 2 Statistics Research Methods Research Methods Abnormal Psychology Health Psychology Perception Psychology of Education Social Psychology I/0 Psychology Adv. Topics in I/O Psych Neuropsychology Adv. Topics in Neuroscience Adv. Topics History of Psychology Adolescent Development Developmental Psych Developmental Psych Psychology of Religin and Spirituality Internship Religions of the Book Religions of the Book Historical Jesus Science vs Bible: Genesis Debate Biblical Women and Power Gods, Heroes, and Monsters Law in Judaism, Christian, Islam Human Suffering and Hope Magicians, Athletes, and God The Christian Tradition The Christian Tradition

36

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

MWF MWF TR TR W

8:00 AM 1:00 PM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM

9:05 AM 2:05 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 6:30 PM

Staff Portman, Bridgette Levy, Naomi Levy, Naomi Lukes, Tim

MWF TR TR TR TR MWF

2:15 PM 12:10 PM 11:45 AM 3:50 PM 3:50 PM 1:00 PM

3:20 PM 1:50 PM 12:50 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 2:05 PM

Staff Faulve-Montojo, Ken Morlang, Diana Gordon, Dennis Staff Staff

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

2:15 PM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 12:10 PM 8:30 AM 2:15 PM 3:50 PM 11:45 AM 3:30 PM 12:10 PM 12:10 PM 1:00 PM 3:30 PM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 2:00 PM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 12:00 PM 11:45 AM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 12:10 PM TBA 12:10 PM 3:30 PM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 3:50 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 1:00 PM

3:20 PM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 1:50 PM 10:10 AM 3:20 PM 5:30 PM 12:50 PM 5:15 PM 1:50 PM 1:50 PM 2:15 PM 4:35 PM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 3:20 PM 1:50 PM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 4:00 PM 10:10 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 1:50 PM 12:50 PM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 1:50 PM TBA 1:50 PM 5:15 PM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 5:30 PM 3:20 PM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 2:05 PM

Curry, Jane Senzai, Farid Hanson, Eric Hendrianto, Stefanus Lodhia, Sharmila Chen, Elsa Lai, James Senzai, Farid Corning, Gregory Lai, J Peretti, Terri Chen, Elsa Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Bruchmann, Kathryn Sullivan, Kieran Plante, Tom Kahan, Tracey Urdan, Tim Bruchmann, Kathryn Bezrukova, Katerina Bezrukova, Katerina Simone, Pattie Simone, Pattie Willemsen, E Staff Staff Staff Plante, Tom Sullivan, Kieran Castori, SJ, Michael Morris, Joseph Murphy, Catherine Pleins, David Staff Pleins, David Castori, SJ, Michael Staff Vance-Trembath, Sally Molesky-Poz, Jean Parrella, Frederick


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP TESP RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC RSOC SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI SOCI THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR

4 4 4 43 50 82 83 88 88 86 115 119 121 124 124 136 151 153 184 7 7 9 9 9 9 9 10 10 46 51 90 106 107R 119 174 191 1 1 12A 30 33 49 118 132 153 157 159 161 172 175 8 10 12A 12A 12A 20 21 29 29A 30

Title The Christian Tradition The Christian Tradition The Christian Tradition Catholic Social Thought Catholic Theol: Foundations Witches, Saints & Heretics Dialogues Between Science/Relig. Hope and Prophetic Politics Hope and Prophetic Politics Spirituality and Engineering Tradition and Interpretation Theology, Sex, and Relationships Church & the Future Theology of Marriage Theology of Marriage Architects of Solidarity Relig. & Science: Friend or Foe Catholic Themes in Lit: CS Lewis Jesus Across Cultures South Asian Relig Traditions South Asian Relig Traditions Ways of Understanding Religion Ways of Understanding Religion Ways of Understanding Religion Ways of Understanding Religion Ways of Understanding Religion Asian Religious Traditions Asian Religious Traditions African Religions Religion in America Theories and Methods Zen in Theory and Practice RSS: Ritual Studies Media and Religion Modern Jewish Philosophy Religions of Colonized Peoples Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Cultures & Ideas II Self, Community, & Society Social Problems in the US Computers, the Internet & Society Qualitative Methods Social Stratification Race, Class, & Gender in the US Sociology of Family Sociology of Crime Sociology of Criminal Justice Systems Management of Health Care Organizations Race and Inequality Acting for Nonmajors Intro to Theatre Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II Cultures & Ideas II ActingI:I Voice, Speech and Presentation Voice Skills Rehearsal & Performance Rehearsal & Performance Intro to Design

Topic

Ideas in a Changing World

When God was a Woman When God was a Woman All the World's a Stage

Goodness In The Heights

37

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

MWF MWF TR TR MWF TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MW TR MWF TR MWF TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF MW MWF MWF MW TR MW TR MW MW TR MW MWF MWF TR MWF MWF TR TR TR MWF MW TR TR TR MW TR TR MWF MWF TR TR TR TBA TBA TR

8:00 AM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 8:00 AM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 3:30 PM 12:10 PM 10:30 AM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 3:50 PM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 10:20 AM 3:30 PM 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 7:15 PM 8:30 AM 7:15 PM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 10:20 AM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 8:30 AM 10:30 AM 3:30 PM 10:20 AM 3:50 PM 3:50 PM 3:30 PM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 8:00 AM 1:00 PM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM TBA TBA 10:20 AM

Staff Staff Molesky-Poz, Jean Heyer, Kristin Staff Dohar, W. Staff Lerner, Akiba Lerner, Akiba Reites, SJ, James Crowley, SJ, Paul Staff Staff Parrella, Frederick Vance-Trembath, Sally Riley, Philip Boo Staff Reites, SJ, James Nguyen, SJ, Thao Pinault, David Pinault, David Riley, Philip Boo Tamayo-Moraga, Sarita Smick, Jason Smick, Jason Staff Gray, David Nguyen, SJ, Thao Hinga, Teresia Bennett, James Crowley, SJ, Paul Tamayo-Moraga, Sarita Gray, David Morris, Joseph Lerner, Akiba Hinga, Teresia Staff Staff Powers,Charles Davis-Sowers, Regina Garcia, Alma Robinson, Laura Robinson, Laura Nichols, Laura Garcia, Alma Davis-Sowers, Regina Staff Lopez-Aguado, Patrick Staff Staff Staff Staff Duckworth,Penelope Duckworth,Penelope Zampelli, SJ, Michael Billingslea, Aldo Mohne Hill, Kimberly Mohler, Courtney Mohne Hill, Kimberly Enos, Jerald

9:05 AM 10:20 AM 10:10 AM 3:40 PM 9:05 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 5:15 PM 1:50 PM 11:35 AM 3:40 PM 3:20 PM 5:30 PM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 3:20 PM 5:15 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 5:15 PM 12:00 PM 5:15 PM 3:40 PM 5:15 PM 9:00 PM 10:10 AM 9:00 PM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 12:00 PM 2:05 PM 9:05 AM 5:30 PM 3:40 PM 10:10 AM 11:35 AM 5:15 PM 12:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 5:15 PM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 9:05 AM 2:05 PM 10:10 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM TBA TBA 12:00 PM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR THTR WGST WGST WGST WGST WGST WGST WGST

32 35 39 39 43 118 122 129 129A 139 139 165 186 190 101 118 122 134 197 198 199

Title Costume Construction Technology & Theatre Production Workshop Production Workshop Theatre History III Shakespeare Studies Acting Styles II: Act for Camera Rehearsal & Performance Rehearsal & Performance Production Workshop Production Workshop History of Amer Musc Thtr Stage Directing New Playwrights Festival Feminist Theory Women & Law Global Gay & Lesbian Cultures LGBT Film Capstone WGST Internship Directed Reading/Research

Topic

Goodness In The Heights

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

MWF TR W W TR TR TR TBA TBA W W MWF MWF TR TR TR TR TR TBA TBA TBA

9:15 AM 12:10 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM TBA TBA 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 3:50 PM 3:50 PM 12:10 PM 12:10 PM 3:50 PM TBA TBA TBA

10:20 AM 1:50 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM TBA TBA 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 3:20 PM 2:05 PM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 1:50 PM 1:50 PM 5:30 PM TBA TBA TBA

Staff Duarte, Derek Staff Staff Mohler, Courtney Tollini, SJ, Fred Billingslea, Aldo Mohler, Courtney Mohne Hill, Kimberly Staff Staff Murray, Barbara Staff Staff Lodhia, Sharmila Lodhia, Sharmila Garber, Linda Garber, Linda Ellingson, Laura Ellingson, Laura staff

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

9:15 AM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 8:00 AM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2:15 PM TBA TBA 3:30 PM 9:15 AM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:50 PM 3:50 PM TBA TBA 10:30 AM TBA 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 10:30 AM 9:15 AM 3:50 PM TBA TBA TBA

10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 8:45 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 3:20 PM TBA TBA 5:15 PM 10:20 AM 5:30 PM 5:30 PM 5:50 PM 5:50 PM TBA TBA 11:35 AM TBA 3:40 PM 5:15 PM 11:35 AM 10:20 AM 5:30 PM TBA TBA TBA

Donohoe Donohoe Luttman Li, S. Li, S. Li, S. Donohoe Ushman Ou Ou Fowler Fowler Fowler Fowler Fowler Luttman Luttman Kelley Wade, Steven Donohoe Alepin, Linda Finocchio, Jr., Robert Staff Mains, William Staff Staff Aguiar, Daniel Baker, Gregory Finocchio, Jr., Robert Mains, William Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Powers, Elizabeth Powers, Elizabeth Powers, Elizabeth

Business School ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG ACTG BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN

5 5 11 12 12 12 20 131 132 132 134 134 135 135 135 138 138 142 144 198 70 70 72 72 72 72 145 151 170 173 179 179 179 179 179 182 182 182

Personal Financial Planning Personal Financial Planning Introduction to Financial Accounting Managerial Accounting Managerial Accounting Managerial Accounting Recording Financial Transactions Intermediate Financial Accounting II Advanced Financial Accounting Advanced Financial Accounting Accounting Information Systems Accounting Information Systems Auditing Auditing Auditing Tax Planning and Business Decisions Tax Planning and Business Decisions Business Law for Accountants Accounting Ethics Accounting Internship Contemporary Business Issues Contemporary Business Issues Business Leadership Skills Business Leadership Skills Business Leadership Skills Business Leadership Skills Entrepreneurship Practicum FHPE Immersion Contemp Busn for Non-majors Leadership Experience Communications in Business Communications in Business Communications in Business Communications in Business Communications in Business Global Experience Practicum Global Experience Practicum Global Experience Practicum

China Spain Germany

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Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr BUSN BUSN BUSN BUSN ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON ECON FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE FNCE MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT

191 195A 196 197 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3H 101 113 113 114 114 115 120 122 129 135 135 160 172 174 181 182 116 121 121 121 121 121 121 124 124 125 125 126 128 130 143 151 170 180 198 6 6 6 8

Title Peer Educators in Business Introduction to Global Fellows Leadership Practicum Business/Engineering Practicum Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Microeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Principles of Macroeconomics Int'l Econ, Devlpmnt, & Growth Int'l Econ, Devlpmnt, & Growth Int'l Econ, Devlpmnt, & Growth Int'l Econ, Devlpmnt, & Growth Int'l Econ, Devlpmnt, & Growth Int'l Econ, Devlpmnt, & Growth Resources, Food & the Envir Intermediate Microeconomics I Intermediate Microeconomics I Intermediate Microeconomics II Intermediate Microeconomics II Intermediate Macroeconomics Economics of the Public Sector Money & Banking Economic Development Gender Issues in the Dev World Gender Issues in the Dev World Econ of Poverty & Inequality Game Theory Time Series Analysis International Trade Intl Fin & Open Econ Macroecon Mathematical Finance Financial Management Financial Management Financial Management Financial Management Financial Management Financial Management Investments & Invest Instits Investments & Invest Instits Corporate Financial Policy Corporate Financial Policy Money & Capital Markets Real Estate Finance Ethics in Finance Entrepreneurial Finance Intl Financial Management Business Valuation Open Book Management Internship Business Ethics Business Ethics Business Ethics Business Ethics in Practice

Topic Learning Leaders

39

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

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

5:25 PM 7:15 PM TBA 3:30 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 8:30 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 3:30 PM 12:10 PM 1:00 PM 10:20 AM 8:00 PM 11:45 AM 8:00 AM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 12:10 PM 8:30 AM 10:30 AM 3:50 PM 10:20 AM TBA 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 1:00 PM 8:30 AM

Rice, Connie Alepin, Linda Mains, William Aguiar, Daniel Madarassy, Rita Madarassy, Rita Madarassy, Rita Ifcher, John Maghakian, Teny Maghakian, Teny Belotti, Mario L. Pina, Goncalo Pina, Goncalo Staff Sinha, Arunima Ardelean, Adina Ardelean, Adina Al-Azzawi, Shireen Al-Azzawi, Shireen Al-Azzawi, Shireen Mitchener, Kris J. Baker, Gregory Park, Damian Staff Airola, James Airola, James Kamas, Linda Ifcher, John Belotti, Mario L. Staff Kevane, Michael Kevane, Michael Ifcher, John Shin, Dongsoo Sinha, Arunima Airola, James Mitchener, Kris J. Das, Sanjiv Pan, Haoqing (Carrie) Cai, Ye Cai, Ye Wade, Steven Cai, Ye Pan, Haoqing (Carrie) Nguyen, Chinh (Tony) Lee, Bernard Cai, Ye Shefrin, Hersh Davis, Don Fay, John Davis, Don Hendershott, Robert Pan, Haoqing (Carrie) Sarin, Atulya Shefrin, Hersh Statman, Meir Nutting, Kurt Nutting, Kurt Levenhagen, Mike Trevisan, Richard

6:55 PM 9:00 PM TBA 5:15 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 10:10 AM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 11:35 AM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 10:10 AM 3:40 PM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM 3:20 PM 4:35 PM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:15 PM 1:50 PM 2:05 PM 12:00 PM 10:00 PM 12:50 PM 9:05 AM 11:35 AM 3:20 PM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 1:50 PM 10:10 AM 11:35 AM 7:10 PM 12:00 PM TBA 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 2:05 PM 10:10 AM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MGMT MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG MKTG OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS

80 80 80 80 80 160 160 160 160 162 162 162 162 162 164 170 171 173 174 179 197 198 199 165 175 181 181 181 181 182 182 183 185 186 187 198 15 15 15 15 17 30

OMIS

34

OMIS

34

OMIS

34

OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS

34 40 40 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41

Title Global & Cultural Env of Busn Global & Cultural Env of Busn Global & Cultural Env of Busn Global & Cultural Env of Busn Global & Cultural Env of Busn Organization and Management Organization and Management Organization and Management Organization and Management Strtgc Analysis-Busn Capstone Strtgc Analysis-Busn Capstone Strtgc Analysis-Busn Capstone Strtgc Analysis-Busn Capstone Strtgc Analysis-Busn Capstone Introduction to Entrepr International Management Managerial Communication Resources, Food & the Envir Social Psych of Leadership Project Management Special Topics in Management Internship/Practicum Directed Reading/Research Multi-Channel Retail Marketing Internet Marketing Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing Market Analysis Market Analysis Customer Behavior Sales Management Integrated Mktg Comm Innovation & New Product MKTG Internship Introduction to Spreadsheets Introduction to Spreadsheets Introduction to Spreadsheets Introduction to Spreadsheets Intro to Business Computing Introduction to Programming Science, Information Technology, Business and Society Science, Information Technology, Business and Society Science, Information Technology, Business and Society Science, Information Technology, Business and Society Statistics and Data Analysis I Statistics and Data Analysis I Statistics and Data Analysis I Statistics and Data Analysis I Statistics and Data Analysis I Statistics and Data Analysis II Statistics and Data Analysis II Statistics and Data Analysis II Statistics and Data Analysis II Statistics and Data Analysis II

Topic

Managerial Consulting

40

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

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

2:00 PM 3:50 PM 2:00 PM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 5:40 PM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 3:50 PM 9:15 AM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 3:50 PM TBA TBA 2:00 PM 3:30 PM 8:30 AM 9:15 AM 10:20 AM 8:00 AM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 3:50 PM TBA 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 11:45 AM 11:45 AM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM

3:40 PM 5:30 PM 3:40 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:30 PM 10:20 AM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 5:30 PM TBA TBA 3:40 PM 5:15 PM 10:10 AM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 9:05 AM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 3:20 PM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 5:30 PM TBA 10:10 AM 10:10 AM 1:30 PM 1:30 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM

Chandy, Tom Chandy, Tom Eberhart, Robert Toppel, John Toppel, John Yan, Wan Yan, Wan den Nieuwenboer, Niki den Nieuwenboer, Niki MacGregor, Nydia Mank, Darrel Mank, Darrel Knight, Peter Knight, Peter Eberhart, Robert Caffey, Jack Hall, Jim Baker, Gregory Goins, Michele Trevisan, Richard Johnson, Robert Andrew Staff Staff Kirby, Gail Shi, Wei Staff Shi, Wei Staff Shi, Wei McIntyre, Shelby McIntyre, Shelby Munson, Michael Corio, Stephen Byers, Chuck Sarangee, Kumar McIntyre, Shelby Escobar-Ochoa, Teri Escobar-Ochoa, Teri Sur, Sumana Sur, Sumana Sur, Sumana Lu, Haibing

MWF

2:15 PM

3:20 PM

Kim, Chaiho

TR

12:10 PM

1:50 PM

Middleton, Bill

MWF

3:30 PM

4:35 PM

Lu, Haibing

TR TR TR TR MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR

2:00 PM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM

3:40 PM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 3:20 PM 1:50 PM 3:40 PM 5:30 PM

Kadambi Intrevado, Paul Intrevado, Paul Intrevado, Paul Fatemi, Homi Najafi, Sami Najafi, Sami Najafi, Sami Schaffzin, Richard Schaffzin, Richard Schaffzin, Richard


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS OMIS

105 108 108 108 108 108S 150

Title

Topic

Database Management Systems Operations Management Operations Management Operations Management Operations Management Operations Management Financial Information Systems

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

TR MWF TR MWF TR MW MWF

12:10 PM 10:30 AM 3:50 PM 9:15 AM 5:40 PM 3:30 PM 11:45 AM

1:50 PM 11:35 AM 5:30 PM 10:20 AM 7:20 PM 5:15 PM 12:50 PM

Zimbra, David Walker, Niles Li, Tao Walker, Niles Li, Tao Bala, Ram Kim, Chaiho

MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR R MW T M W TR M TR M W F MWF W R M W F TR T W MWF MWF W F MWF S MWF TR TR R MWF M W TR TR MWF MWF TR MW TBA TBA TBA

8:00 AM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 9:15 AM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 10:30 AM 10:20 AM 2:00 PM 5:30 PM 5:10 PM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 5:10 PM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 9:00 AM 9:15 AM 8:30 AM 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 8:30 AM 2:00 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 8:30 AM 7:15 PM TBA TBA TBA

9:05 AM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 10:20 AM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 11:35 AM 12:00 PM 3:40 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 10:10 AM 11:15 AM 11:15 AM 3:40 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 2:05 PM 3:15 PM 1:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 12:00 PM 10:20 AM 10:10 AM 1:50 PM 5:00 PM 2:05 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:10 AM 3:40 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 10:10 AM 8:20 PM TBA TBA TBA

Staff Staff Melman, Aaron Melman, Aaron Staff Staff Staff Chiappari, Steve Kim, Unyoung Asuri, Prashanth Staff Kelkar, Rajeev Mobed-Miremadi, Maryam Mobed-Miremadi, Maryam Mobed-Miremadi, Maryam Yan, Yuling Yan, Yuling Zhang, Zhiwen Zhang, Zhiwen Zhang, Zhiwen Zhang, Zhiwen Sundaram, Vidyohaya Sundaram, Vidyohaya Sundaram, Vidyohaya Sundaram, Vidyohaya Asuri, Prashanth Zhang, Zhiwen He, Rachel Staff Staff Nilsson, Tonya Nilsson, Tonya Staff Staff Staff Staff Aschheim, Mark Staff Maurer, Ed Maurer, Ed Chiesa, Steve Chiesa, Steve Chiesa, Steve Staff Staff He, Rachel Maurer, Ed Said, Hisham Staff Aschheim, Mark Chiesa, Steve Maurer, Ed

School of Engineering AMTH AMTH AMTH AMTH AMTH AMTH AMTH AMTH BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE BIOE CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG CENG

106 106 106 106 108 108 108 112 10 10 100 154 140 140 140 162 162 163 163 163 163 171 171 171 179 192 196 10 10L 10L 43 43 43L 43L 132 133 136 138 140 140L 143 143L 143L 146 150 151 161 184 192D 194 194 194

Differential Equations Differential Equations Differential Equations Differential Equations Probability and Statistics Probability and Statistics Probability and Statistics Risk Analysis in Civil Engineering Introduction to Bioengineering Introduction to Bioengineering Bioengineering Research Seminar Introduction to Biomechanics Biomaterials Eng. & Characterization Biomaterials Eng. & Characterization Biomaterials Eng. & Characterization Biosignals Biosignals Bio-Device Engineering Bio-Device Engineering Lab Bio-Device Engineering Lab Bio-Device Engineering Lab Physiology & Anatomy for Engineers Lab Physiology & Anatomy for Engineers Lab Physiology and Disease Biology Junior Design Design Project III Surveying CE 10 Lab CE 10 Lab Mech III: Strength of Materials Mech III: Strength of Materials CE 43 Lab CE 43 Lab Structural Analysis Timber Design Advanced Concrete Structures Geotechnical Engineering Design Water Resource Engineering CE 140 Lab Environmental Engineering CE 143 Lab CE 143 of Lab Design Cold-Form Steel Frame Struct. Engineering: Design & Traffic Operations Special Topics in Transportation Engineering Sustainable Water Resources Construction Administration Intro to Building Info Modeling Senior Design Project II Senior Design Project II Senior Design Project II

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Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr CENG CENG CENG CENG COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN COEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN

194 194 194 194 11 11L 12 12 12 12L 12L 12L 12L 12L 20 20 20L 20L 20L 20L 21 21L 21L 21L 45 45L 45L 120 120L 122 122 122L 122L 122L 162 164 164L 169 178 178L 179 196 196 196 196 196 196 196 196 196 196 20 20 21 21 21 21 50 50 50

Title

Topic

Senior Design Project II Senior Design Project II Senior Design Project II Senior Design Project II Advanced Programming Advanced Programming Lab Abstr Data Types & Struct Abstr Data Types & Struct Abstr Data Types & Struct Abstr Data Types & Struct Lab Abstr Data Types & Struct Lab Abstr Data Types & Struct Lab Abstr Data Types & Struct Lab Abstr Data Types & Struct Lab Intro to Embedded Systems Intro to Embedded Systems Embedded Systems Lab Embedded Systems Lab Embedded Systems Lab Embedded Systems Lab Intro to Logic Design Logic Design Lab Logic Design Lab Logic Design Lab Applied Prog in MATLAB Applied Prog in MATLAB Lab Applied Prog in MATLAB Lab Real Time Systems Real Time Systems Lab Computer Architecture Computer Architecture Computer Architecture Lab Computer Architecture Lab Computer Architecture Lab Web Infrastructure Web Programming II Web Programming II Lab Web Information Management Intro to Database Sys Intro to Database Sys Lab Theory of Algorithms Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I Design Project I New Course New Course Lab Introduction to Logic Design Introduction to Logic Design Lab Introduction to Logic Design Lab Introduction to Logic Design Lab Electric Circuits I Electric Circuits I Electric Circuits I

42

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

TBA TBA TBA TBA MWF R MWF MWF MWF M T W R F MWF MWF T W R F MWF T W F MWF R F TR W MWF MWF M T R TR MWF T TR TR M MWF F F F F F F F F F F T R MWF T W R MWF TR TR

TBA TBA TBA TBA 9:15 AM 5:10 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 1:00 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 8:00 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 9:15 AM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 8:00 AM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 8:30 AM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 3:30 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 12:10 PM 8:30 AM

He, Rachel Nilsson, Tonya Said, Hisham Singh, Sukhmander Koo Koo Atkinson Staff Atkinson Atkinson Atkinson Atkinson Atkinson Atkinson Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Lewis Staff Staff Staff Staff Grover Grover Grover Grover Grover Shang Shang Shang Shang Shang Figueira Staff Staff Fang Staff Staff Walden, Byron Ling Fang Shang Figueira Pantoja Mikkilineni Holliday Amer Kitts Atkinson Healy/Yang Healy/Yang Staff Staff Staff Staff Healy, Timothy Khanbaghi, Maryam Khanbachi, Maryam

TBA TBA TBA TBA 10:20 AM 7:55 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 2:05 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 2:05 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 9:05 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 10:20 AM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 9:05 AM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 10:10 AM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:35 PM 4:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 1:50 PM 10:10 AM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ELEN ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR ENGR MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH

50 50 50 50 50 50 110 110 110 115 115 115 115 133 133 144 144 144 152 152 153 153 153 153 192 196 19 19 110 111 170 180 181 10 10L 10L 10L 11 15 15L 15L 15L 102 102 115 115 121 121 122 122L 122L 125 125 132 140 140 142 142 142L 142L

Title

Topic

Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Electric Circuits I Lab Linear System Linear System Lab Linear System Lab Electronic Circuits I Electronic Circuits I Lab Electronic Circuits I Lab Electronic Circuits I Lab Digital Signal Processing Digital Signal Processing Lab RF and Microwave Compnents RF and Microwave Compnents Lab RF and Microwave Compnents Lab Semiconductor Devices Semiconductor Devices Lab Digital Integrated Circuit Design Digital Integrated Circuit Design Lab Digital Integrated Circuit Design Lab Digital Integrated Circuit Design Lab Introduction to Senior Design Project Design Project III Ethics in Technology Ethics in Technology Engineering Projects for the Community STEM Outreach in the Community Acting for Engineers Marine Operations Advanced Marine Operations Graphical Comm in Design Graphical Comm in Design Lab Graphical Comm in Design Lab Graphical Comm in Design Lab Materials & Manufactur Process Intro to Material Science Intro to Material Science Lab Intro to Material Science Lab Intro to Material Science Lab Intro to Math Methods in MECH Intro to Math Methods in MECH Machine Design II Machine Design II Thermodynamics I Thermodynamics I Fluid Mechanics I Fluid Mechanics I Lab Fluid Mechanics I Lab Thermal Systems Design Thermal Systems Design Fluid Mechanics II Dynamics Dynamics Control Sys, Analysis & Design Control Sys, Analysis & Design Cntrl Sys,Analysis/Design Lab Cntrl Sys,Analysis/Design Lab

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Days

Start time End time

Instructor

T W R F T R MWF R F MWF M T W MW W MW W R TR T TR T W R T M TR TR R T M TBA TBA TR M W F TR MWF T W R MWF MWF MWF MWF TR TR TR T R MWF TR TR MWF TR MWF TR M T

2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 10:20 AM 9:15 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 5:10 PM 2:15 PM 7:10 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:20 AM 5:10 PM 8:30 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 3:30 PM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:30 PM TBA TBA 12:10 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 11:45 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 10:30 AM 11:45 AM 8:00 AM 9:15 AM 10:20 AM 8:30 AM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM 1:00 PM 10:20 AM 12:10 PM 9:15 AM 10:20 AM 10:30 AM 8:30 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM

Healy, Timothy Healy, Timothy Khanbaghi, Maryam Khanbaghi, Maryam Healy, Timothy Khanbaghi, Maryam Khanbaghi, Maryam Khanbaghi, Maryam Khanbaghi, Maryam Krishnan, Shoba Krishnan, Shoba Krishnan, Shoba Krishnan, Shoba Wood, Sally Wood, Sally Al-Attar, Talal Al-Attar, Talal Al-Attar, Talal Rahman, Mahmud Rahman, Mahmud Mourad, Samiha Mourad, Samiha Mourad, Samiha Mourad, Samiha Krishnan, Shoba Staff Evans, Daja Evans, Daja Krishnan, Shoba Krishnan, Shoba Billingslea, Aldo Kitts, Christopher Kitts, Christopher staff staff staff staff Sepehrband,Panthea Sepehrband,Panthea Sepehrband,Panthea staff staff staff staff Shoup,Terry E Shoup,Terry E staff staff staff staff staff staff Lee,Hohyun staff staff staff staff staff staff staff

5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:05 PM 1:05 PM 10:20 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 7:00 PM 5:00 PM 9:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 12:00 PM 7:00 PM 10:10 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 4:30 PM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 PM TBA TBA 1:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 12:50 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 11:35 AM 12:50 PM 9:05 AM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 10:10 AM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM 2:05 PM 12:00 PM 1:50 PM 10:20 AM 12:00 PM 11:35 AM 10:10 AM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM


Tentative Spring 2014 Undergraduate Class Schedule Cat Subject Nbr MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH MECH

142L 142L 152 156 196 196

Title

Topic

Cntrl Sys,Analysis/Design Lab Cntrl Sys,Analysis/Design Lab Introduction Composites Intro to nanotech Advanced Design III: Comp/Ev Advanced Design III: Comp/Ev

Days

Start time End time

Instructor

W R TR TR TR MW

2:15 PM 2:15 PM 12:10 PM 10:20 AM 2:15 PM 2:15 PM

5:00 PM 5:00 PM 1:50 PM 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 5:00 PM

staff staff staff staff Hight,Timothy K Hight,Timothy K

University Programs ELSJ ELSJ

22 198

Solidarity with the Community Applied Ethics Internship: Healthcare

T T

2:00 PM 5:45 PM

3:40 PM 7:45 PM

ELSJ HNRS

134 20

Seminar in Social Entrepreneurship Difficult Dialogues

MW TR

3:30 PM 12:10 PM

5:15 PM 1:50 PM

Brewster, Andrea Staff Kreiner, Thane AND Warner, Keith Diane Dreher

HNRS

120

Advanced Difficult Dialogues

T

3:50 PM

6:50 PM

Kreiner,Thane

HNRS

20

Difficult Dialogues

MWF

1:00 PM

2:05 PM

Nelson, Lawrence

HNRS

120

Difficult Dialogues

MWF

1:00 PM

2:05 PM

Nelson, Lawrence

LEAD

10

Difficult Dialogues

TR

10:20 AM

12:00 PM

Kimura-Walsh, Erin

Entrepreneurship for Social Justice The War on Drugs, the Law, and The Wire The War on Drugs, the Law, and The Wire Creating College Going Communities

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