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University of Guam UNIBETSEDÅT GUAHAN FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

FALL 2012 EARLY REGISTRATION FOR CONTINUING AND RETURNING STUDENTS (excluding weekends & holidays): By Class Level. Continuing and returning students may register for classes at the Admissions & Records Office, or any Satellite location, or WebAdvisor http://setbisiu.uog.edu/ April 09 – May 07 April 11 – May 07 April 13 – May 07 April 17 – May 07 May 08 – July 19 -

Graduate Students, Seniors, Regent Scholars, National Student Exchange Junior Sophomores Freshmen, Non-degree Students, and Post Graduates ALL CLASS LEVELS – CONTINUNING AND RETURNING STUDENTS USING WEBADVISOR Only.

All continuing/returning students – using WEBADVISOR And limited number of campus SATELLITE location and hours. SATELLITE LOCATION & HOURS Students may register at their respective College.

➣ School of Education: 8:00am – 11:00am / 2:00pm – 5:00pm ➣ School of Business and Public Administration: 8:30am – 11:00am / 2:00pm – 4:00pm. ➣ School of Nursing, and Health Sciences: 8:30am – 11:00am / 1:30am – 3:30pm ➣ College of Natural and Applied Sciences:

REGISTRATION

9:00am – 11:00am / 1:30pm – 3:30pm ➣ College of Liberal and Arts and Social Sciences: Dean’s Office, Division of Communication & Fine Arts, Division of English and Applied Linguistics, Division of Humanities and Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences: 8:30am – 12:00 NOON ➣ Student Center: 8:00am to 5:00pm

FALL 2012 TRANSITION STUDENTS REGISTRATION August 1 -Transition Students must register at the Division of English and Applied Linguistic, 2nd floor EC Building main office. FALL 2012 OPEN REGISTRATION August 2 & 3, - Open to ALL current and returning students.

FALL 2012 NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION August 07 – August 10 – For all new students who have applied for admission and have been accepted. FALL 2012 LATE REGISTRATION AND SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT August 10, 13 & 14

SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT (DROP AND ADD COURSES) August 15 – August 21 (weekdays) 95% refund or cancellation fee equivalent to 100% fees + 5% tuition applies for courses dropped during this period. SENIOR CITIZEN (TUITION WAIVER PROGRAM) Eligible residents (55+) may register on August 22, 2012. Contact Jennifer Cruz or Eden Galvez at the

PAYMENT DEADLINE

August 23, 2012 – Payment Deadline for Fall Registration: Final payment for Fall 2012 Registration must be received by 4:00pm, August 23, 2012 otherwise, your registration will be cancelled. Even if your schedule is cancelled, you are still liable to pay your financial obligation.

If you are a financial aid recipient or are interested in financial aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office to ensure that all necessary documents are complete before the payment deadlines. Admissions and Records Office at 735-2210/11 on or before August 15, 2012.

ENGLISH/MATH PLACEMENT TEST English/Math Placement Test** (bring picture ID and Admissions Application receipt. Plan to arrive 20 minutes early for check-in)

MATH AND ENGLISH PLACEMENT TEST Thursday, July 5, 2012 CLASS, Lecture Hall A-C English 8:30 am (Check-in at 8:00 am) Math 10:30 am D-L English Math

11:30 am (Check-in at 11:00 am) 1:30 pm

YOU MUST OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW IF YOU DECIDE NOT TO ATTEND. SEE THE FEE SCHEDULE IN THE CANCELLATION POLICY SECTION AND WITHDRAWAL POLICY SECTION FOR DEADLINES. Friday, July 6, 2012CLASS, Lecture Hall M-Q English 8:30 am (Check-in at 8:00 am) Math 10:30 am R-Z English Math

11:30 am (Check-in at 11:00 am) 1:30 pm

1. If you drop/withdraw from class(es) before August 15, 2012, you will receive a 100% refund. No Cancellation Fee 2. If you drop class(es) during the first week of class (August 15 – 21) you are charged a cancellation fee equivalent to 5% of the tuition plus 100% of all fees. 3. If you withdraw from class(es) after August 21, 2012 to December 06, 2012, you are charged a cancellation fee equivalent to 100% of the tuition and fees. 4. Students who are waiting for financial aid or have not yet paid for their tuition and fees are still obligated by the above regulations 1 and 2. 5. If you do not officially drop or withdraw from class(es) within the time periods above and still owe tuition and fees, you are liable for payment and will be billed accordingly including applicable interest, and you may receive an Unofficial Withdrawal (UW) grade which negatively affects your GPA. Therefore, it is crucial that you officially drop or withdraw from class(es) in a timely manner.

***** GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION *****

BEFORE YOU REGISTER 1. SEEK ACADEMIC ADVISEMENT PRIOR TO REGISTRATION OF CLASSES. It is important for students to seek academic advisement prior to the registration of classes. Students are urged to contact the appropriate advisor as soon as the class schedule is available to discuss course prerequisites, the requirements of their academic programs, and the courses offered in the current class schedule. 2. UPDATE HEALTH RECORDS AT THE STUDENT HEALTH OFFICE 3. CLEAR OUTSTANDING OBLIGATION(S) AT THE BUSINESS OFFICE 4. RETURN OVERDUE LIBRARY BOOKS/EQUIPMENT AND PAY ALL FINES 5. MAKE SURE ALL OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPTS ARE ON FILE AT THE ADMISSIONS & RECORDS OFFICE 6. DECLARE YOUR MAJOR AT THE RECORDS OFFICE IF YOU ARE UNDECLARED AND HAVE COMPLETED 60 CREDIT HOURS

FOR TRANSITION STUDENTS ONLY – Must register at the Division of English and Applied Linguistic, 2nd floor main office. Transition students must (1) see an Advisor at the Division of English and Applied Linguistic for schedule approval and (2) can only register for courses on the "Transition Student Course List."

WHEN YOU REGISTER

EARLY REGISTRATION - By Class Level. Continuing and returning students may register for classes at the Admissions & Records Office, or any Satellite location,

or WebAdvisor (http://setbisiu.uog.edu/). An extended period for Early Registration is scheduled for May 08 – July 19 for continuing students, but may only be done using WEBADVISOR. Schedule adjustments may be made during your scheduled registration dates, open registration, late registration, and the schedule adjustment period. YOU MUST OFFICIALLY WITHDRAW IF YOU DECIDE NOT TO ATTEND. PLEASE NOTE THE CANCELLATION FEE, POLICIES AND WITHDRAWAL, AND DEADLINES.

Notice to UOG Student: Prerequisites and @etriton Student Email Determination of Class Level (based on earned credits): 01-30 credits – Freshmen 31-60 credits - Sophomores 61-90 credits - Juniors 91 credits or more - Seniors Prerequisite in Progress. If you plan to pre-register for a course that requires prerequisites(s) AND you are currently taking the prerequisites(s) on the current semester, you no longer need to request for an override. You will be allowed to pre-register for the course without an override, HOWEVER, if you do not pass the prerequisite course(s) with the required grade, your pre-registered course will be deleted (“de-registered”) from the class roster and you will be notified by email at your student @etriton.edu.gu account. Deregistration will occur no later than three weeks after the grades for the prerequisite courses have been submitted. You can view your grades online with your WebAdvisor account. @etriton.edu.gu. Please be advised that the University of Guam will now only use your student email

account (@etriton.edu.gu) to officially correspond when doing so by email. If you do not have your @etriton address and PIN, please visit the Admissions & Records Office. Go to http://etriton.edu.gu/mail/ for @etriton email, and if you prefer, also update your @etriton profile to forward emails to your personal email address (@yahoo, @hotmail, etc.)

ORIENTATION/REGISTRATION FOR NEW STUDENTS – After applying for admission (see schedule of Application Deadlines) all new students must attend academic advising and orientation at the Student Center according to their scheduled date. Registration takes place at the Admissions & Records Office (1st floor Field House). OPEN REGISTRATION – Continuing and returning students may register for classes at the Admissions & Records Office (1st floor Field House), or any Satellite Location, or WebAdvisor (http://setbisiu.uog.edu/).

SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT & LATE REGISTRATION – make schedule adjustments at any Satellite Location or at the Admissions & Records Office. Please Note: Any student with a medical and/or physical disability may receive special assistance for registration. Please call Admissions & Records Office, (671)735-2207 at least seven (7) days before registration.

ADMISSIONS & RECORDS. Records and Registration Technicians are available to assist students during registration periods Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., 1st floor, Field House. WebAdvisor. Continuing students may register for classes via WebAdvisor. See http://setbisiu.uog.edu/ for instructions. Hours of operation are Mondays ~ Thursdays, 8:30am-7pm and Fridays, 8:30am-5pm.

The University of Guam is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Provider.

AFTER REGISTRATION

SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT. YOU MAY ADD OR DROP CLASSES DURING EARLY, OPEN, AND LATE REGISTRATION, AND DURING THE SCHEDULE ADJUSTMENT PERIOD. A schedule adjustment may be made at any Satellite Location or at the Admissions & Records Office.

AUDITING CLASSES. Student may apply to audit classes without credit. Please refer to the catalog for application procedures, deadlines, and fees.

IT IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT TO REVIEW HIS/HER CLASS SCHEDULE FOR ACCURACY. COURSES NOT ATTENDED AND NOT DROPPED WILL RECEIVE THE GRADE OF "UW" (Unofficial Withdrawal) AND THE STUDENT WILL BE FINANCIALLY OBLIGATED FOR THE PAYMENT OF COURSE(S) AND OTHER FEES.

Payment of Courses. Students must adhere to payment deadlines. Payments are accepted at the Cashier’s Office located in the Administration Building. If payment is made by mail, it must reach the University by the payment deadline. Checks should be made payable to the University of Guam and mailed to: Business Office, Attention: Cashier, University of Guam, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96923. Questions regarding payment should be directed to the Bursar/Collection Office at (671)735-2945/46/43. Obtaining Grades. Grade reports and class schedules may be viewed on WebAdvisor (http://setbisiu.uog.edu/), or requested at the Admissions & Records Office with a photo ID.

NOTE: OLL = ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) HYBRID = COURSE IN CLASS AND ON-LINE


UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ANTHROPOLOGY 029813 AN-101-01 029814 AN-101-02 029815 AN-101-03 029816 AN-101-04 029832 AN-212-01 029841 AN-325-01 029844 AN-333-01 029845 AN-341-01 029852 AN-344-01 029853 AN-418-01 029857 AN-421-01

INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY PREHISTORY OF THE PACIFIC LIT OF GU, MICRO AND THE PAC CULTURAL ECOLOGY AGING: MYTH AND REALITIES SOCIAL STRATIFICATION CRSCUL SOC PBLM GU & MICRO

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16:00-17:20 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 09:30-10:50 14:00-15:20 12:30-13:50 17:30-18:50 08:00-09:20 17:30-18:50 11:00-12:20 14:00-15:20

HSS 110 HSS 110 HSS 110 HSS 110 HSS 110 HSS 110 EC 102 HSS 207 TBA HSS 207 HSS 1STCONRM

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FARRER D ATIENZA D FARRER D ACABADO S FARRER D ACABADO S FLORES E OLMO R STAFF AMES T ATIENZA D

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AR-101-01 AR-101-02 AR-101-03 AR-101-04 AR-102-01 AR-102-02 AR-102-03 AR-102-04 AR-102-05 AR-103-01 AR-104-01 AR-205-01 AR-208-01 AR-211-01 AR-220-01 AR-240-01 AR-305-01 AR-308-01 AR-326-01 AR-340-01 AR-404-01 AR-405-01 AR-408-01 AR-409-01

INTRODUCTION TO ART INTRODUCTION TO ART INTRODUCTION TO ART INTRODUCTION TO ART STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS STUDIO FOR NON-MAJORS DRAWING I BASIC DESIGN BASIC WATERCOLOR PAINTING BASIC SCULPTURE BASIC PHOTOGRAPHY BASIC CERAMICS COMPUTER GRAPHIC DESIGN INTERMEDIATE WATERCOLOR INTERMEDIATE SCULPTURE ANALYSIS OF SPECIMENS & DOC DIGITAL IMAGING TECHNIQUES ADV WATERCOLOR PAINTING I ADV WATERCOLOR PAINTING II ADV SCULPTURE I ADV SCULPTURE II

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INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION INTRO TO MASS COMMUNICATION VOICE AND ARTICULATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMUNICATION REPORTING & WRITING NEWS PHOTO JOURNALISM ARGUMENTATION BROADCAST JOURNALISM PERSUASION P.R. IN BU AND PROFESSIONS PRINT MEDIA EXPERIENCE COMMUNICATION JR INTERNSHIP COMMUNICATION SR INTERNSHIP

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FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUND OF ENGLISH FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH LAB

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08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 16:00-17:20 12:30-13:50 16:00-17:20 12:30-13:50 17:30-18:50 17:30-18:50 16:00-18:00 15:30-17:30 11:00-13:00 17:30-19:30 11:00-13:00 15:30-17:30

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ENGLISH/LITERATURE 030155 EN-085-01 030158 EN-085-02 030163 EN-085-03 030164 EN-085-04 030165 EN-085-05 030166 EN-085-06 030167 EN-085-07 030168 EN-085-08 030169 EN-085-09 030170 EN-085-10 030171 EN-085L-01 030172 EN-085L-02 030173 EN-085L-03 030174 EN-085L-04 030175 EN-085L-05 030176 EN-085L-06

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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

FINE ARTS 029769

FA-231-01

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EC 211

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ENGLISH/LITERATURE 030177 EN-085L-07 EN-085L-08 030178 030179 EN-085L-09 030181 EN-085L-10 030183 EN-100-01 030185 EN-100-02 030187 EN-100-03 030188 EN-100-04 030190 EN-100-05 030191 EN-100-06 030192 EN-100-07 030194 EN-100-08 030195 EN-100-09 030197 EN-100-10 030198 EN-100-11 030199 EN-100-12 030200 EN-100-13 030201 EN-100-14 030202 EN-100-15 030203 EN-100-16 030204 EN-100-17 030205 EN-110-01 030206 EN-110-02 030207 EN-110-03 030208 EN-110-04 030209 EN-110-05 030210 EN-110-06 030211 EN-110-07 030212 EN-110-08 030213 EN-110-09 030214 EN-110-10 030215 EN-110-11 030216 EN-110-12 030220 EN-110-13 030221 EN-110-14 030222 EN-110-15 030223 EN-110-16 030224 EN-110-17 030225 EN-110-18 030226 EN-111-01 030227 EN-111-02 030228 EN-111-03 030229 EN-111-04 030231 EN-111-05 030232 EN-111-06 030233 EN-111-07 030234 EN-111-08 030238 EN-111-09 030240 EN-111-10 030241 EN-111-11 030243 EN-111-12 030244 EN-111-13 030245 EN-111-14 030246 EN-111-15 030247 EN-111-16 030248 EN-111-17 030249 EN-111-18 030250 EN-210-01 030251 EN-210-02 030252 EN-210-03 030254 EN-210-04 030256 EN-210-05 030258 EN-210-06 030259 EN-210-07 030260 EN-210-08 030263 EN-210-09 030265 EN-211-01 030268 EN-213-01 030273 EN-311-01 030274 EN-313-01 030277 EN-319-01 030153 EN-323-01 030182 EN-333-01 030281 EN-360-01 030294 EN-450-01 030295 EN-470-01


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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES GEOGRAPHY 029945 029946 029947 029948 029957 029959 HISTORY 029858 029860 029863 029864 029866 029872 029873 029874 029875 029876 029877 029878 029879 029880 029881 029882 029883 029884 029885 029886

GE-101-01 GE-201-01 GE-201-02 GE-321-01 GE-341-01 GE-401-01

INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY CULTURAL ECOLOGY GEOGRAPHY OF THE PACIFIC

TTH MWF MWF MW TTH TTH

12:30-13:50 09:00-09:50 10:00-10:50 12:30-13:50 08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50

CAS LH HSS 207 HSS 207 HSS 207 HSS 207 HSS 207

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

OLMO R OWEN A OWEN A OWEN A OLMO R OLMO R

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50

HI-121-01 HI-121-02 HI-122-01 HI-122-02 HI-122-03 HI-201-01 HI-202-01 HI-211-01 HI-211-02 HI-211-03 HI-211-04 HI-211-05 HI-211-06 HI-211-07 HI-211-08 HI-211-09 HI-243-01 HI-371-01 HI-409-01 HI-480-01

WORLD HISTORY I WORLD HISTORY I WORLD HISTORY II WORLD HISTORY II WORLD HISTORY II EARLY AMERICA MODERN AMERICA THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM THE HISTORY OF GUAM HISTORY OF MICRONESIA HIST OF EAST ASIA TO 1600 DIPLOMATIC HISTORY OF THE US TOPICS IN ASIAN HISTORY

MW TTH MW MW MW MW TTH MW MW MW MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH MW TTH TTH T

17:30-18:50 17:30-18:50 09:30-10:50 12:30-13:50 12:30-13:50 08:00-09:20 08:00-09:20 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 16:00-17:20 11:00-12:20 09:30-10:50 12:30-15:20

HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 302 CAS LH HSS 106 HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 106 HSS 106 HSS 106 HSS 106 HSS 106 HSS 106 HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 302 HSS 302

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

RODRIGUEZ F RODRIGUEZ F CLEMENT M OMBRELLO M CLEMENT M PLATT D PLATT D HATTORI A HATTORI A CLEMENT M BEVACQUA M BENAVENTE E VIERNES J VIERNES J BEVACQUA M BENAVENTE E MALUWELMENG S OMBRELLO M PLATT D OMBRELLO M

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50

ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO I ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO I ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO I ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO I ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO I ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO II ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO II ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO II ELEMENTARY CHAMORRO II INTERMEDIATE CHAMORRO I

MW TTH TTH TTH TTH MW MW TTH TTH TTH

16:00-17:50 08:00-09:50 09:30-11:20 12:30-14:20 15:00-16:50 16:30-18:20 17:00-18:50 10:00-11:50 13:00-14:50 16:30-18:20

HSS 307 HSS 304 HSS 102 HSS 102 HSS 102 HSS 304 HSS 102 HSS 304 HSS 304 HSS 308

4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00

FRANQUEZ J MENDIOLA R FLORES T FLORES T CANDASO K PALOMO R MENDIOLA R UNTALAN F UNTALAN F PALOMO R

$17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00

ELEMENTARY CHINESE I (MANDARIN ELEMENTARY CHINESE II

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

4.00 4.00

STAFF STAFF

$17.00 $17.00

ELEMENTARY FRENCH I ELEMENTARY FRENCH II

TTH TTH

16:00-17:50 18:00-19:50

HSS 1STCONRM HSS 1STCONRM

4.00 4.00

DIAMBRA ODI M DIAMBRA ODI M

$17.00 $17.00

ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I ELEMENTARY JAPANESE I ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II ELEMENTARY JAPANESE II INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE I THIRD YEAR JAPANESE I FOURTH YEAR JAPANESE I

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MW MW MW

09:00-09:50 10:00-10:50 15:30-16:20 16:30-17:20 09:00-09:50 10:00-10:50 11:00-11:50 15:30-16:20 10:00-11:50 12:00-13:50 10:00-11:50

HSS 101 HSS 104 HSS 308 HSS 309 HSS 307 HSS 101 HSS 104 HSS 309 HSS 307 HSS 308 HSS 307

4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00

SIMON Y MORIMOTO Y STAFF KUSHIMA K KANG T SIMON Y IWATA Y KUSHIMA K KANG T IWATA Y KANG T

$17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00

ELEMENTARY SPANISH I ELEMENTARY SPANISH II

TTH TTH

14:00-15:50 16:00-17:50

HSS 307 HSS 307

4.00 4.00

CORRALES B CORRALES B

$17.00 $17.00

CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG I CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG I CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG I CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG II CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG II CONVERSATIONAL TAGALOG II

MW TTH MW TTH MW TTH

16:00-17:50 16:00-17:50 17:30-19:20 16:00-17:50 16:00-17:50 17:30-19:20

HSS 101 HSS 104 HSS 309 HSS 101 HSS 104 HSS 309

4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00

ALCAZAREN M MAGDAEL E STAFF ALCAZAREN M MAGDAEL E STAFF

$17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00 $17.00

INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE INTRO TO LINGUISTICS LINGUISTICS & THE LANG ARTS WORLD ENGLISHES APPLIED LINGUISTICS

MW TTH MW TTH MW

09:30-10:50 16:00-17:20 11:00-12:20 09:30-10:50 12:30-13:50

EC 102 EC 102 EC 101 TBA EC 106

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

QUAN C HAHM H GUGIN D STAFF QUAN C

LANGUAGE:CHAMORRO 029889 CM-101-01 CM-101-02 029890 029891 CM-101-03 029892 CM-101-04 029893 CM-101-05 029894 CM-102-01 029895 CM-102-02 029896 CM-102-03 029897 CM-102-04 029898 CM-201-01 LANGUAGE:CHINESE CI-101-01 029887 029888 CI-102-01

LANGUAGE:FRENCH FR-101-01 029899 029900 FR-102-01 LANGUAGE:JAPANESE 029901 JA-101-01 JA-101-02 029902 029903 JA-101-03 029904 JA-101-04 029907 JA-102-01 029908 JA-102-02 029909 JA-102-03 029910 JA-102-04 029911 JA-201-01 029912 JA-301-01 029913 JA-401-01

LANGUAGE:SPANISH 029914 SN-101-01 029920 SN-102-01

LANGUAGE:TAGALOG 029921 TA-101-01 029922 TA-101-02 029923 TA-101-03 029924 TA-102-01 029925 TA-102-02 029927 TA-102-03 LINGUISTICS 030312 030320 030323 030328 030330

LN-101-01 LN-300-01 LN-350-01 LN-371-01 LN-400-01

$4.50 $4.50


MU-101-01 MU-102-01 MU-104-01 MU-105-01 MU-106-01 MU-110-01 MU-121-01 MU-170-01 MU-202-01 MU-202-02 MU-202-03 MU-202-04 MU-202-05 MU-202-06 MU-202-07 MU-260-01 MU-302-01 MU-302-02 MU-302-03 MU-302-04 MU-302-05 MU-302-06 MU-302-07 MU-304-01 MU-305-01 MU-310-01 MU-315-01 MU-321-01 MU-402-01

MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS WORLD MUSIC UNIVERSITY SINGERS CONCERT BAND INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC BEGINNING CLASS VOICE BEGINNING CLASS PIANO EAR TRAINING I APPLIED MUSIC: PIANO APPLIED MUSIC: VOICE APPLIED MUSIC: SAXOPHONE APPLIED MUSIC: GUITAR APPLIED MUSIC: PERCUSSION APPLIED MUSIC: FLUTE APPLIED MUSIC: OTHER INSTRMNT MUSIC THEORY III APPLIED MUSIC: PIANO APPLIED MUSIC: VOICE APPLIED MUSIC: SAXOPHONE APPLIED MUSIC: GUITAR APPLIED MUSIC: PERCUSSION APPLIED MUSIC: FLUTE APPLIED MUSIC: OTHER INSTRMT UNIVERSITY SINGERS UPPER DIVISION BAND MUSIC HISTORY I INSTRUMENTAL TECHNIQUES CONDUCTING SENIOR RECITAL

MW MW TTH TTH MW TTH MW TTH TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA MW TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TTH TTH TTH MW MW TBA

14:00-15:20 15:30-17:50 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 09:30-10:50 11:30-12:20 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:20 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 12:30-13:50 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 09:30-10:50 14:00-15:20 11:00-12:20 TBA

PI-101-01 PI-101-02 PI-101-03 PI-101-04 PI-102-01

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY CONTEMPORARY ETHICAL PROBLEMS

MW MW MW TTH MW

09:30-10:50 HSS 306 11:00-12:20 HSS 306 16:00-17:20 HSS 306 16:00-17:20 HSS 306 12:30-13:50 HSS 306 HYBRID=COURSE IN CLASS&ONLINE

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

RIGSBY C RIGSBY C BONIFACIO R BONIFACIO R SKOOG K

$4.50 $4.50 $17.00 $4.50 $4.50

029939

PI-103-01

INTRO TO ASIAN PHILOSOPHY

MW

14:00-15:20 HSS 306 HYBRID=COURSE IN CLASS&ONLINE

3.00

SKOOG K

$4.50

029941 029942 029943

PI-210-01 PI-301-01 PI-481-01

INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC HIST OF WESTERN PHILOSOPHY I BIOMEDICAL ETHICS

TTH MW TTH

12:30-13:50 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20

HSS 306 HSS 309 HSS 306

3.00 3.00 3.00

SKOOG K RIGSBY C SKOOG K

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50

INTRO TO CITIZENSHIP INTRO TO CITIZENSHIP INTRO TO GOVT AND POLITICS INTRO TO GOVT AND POLITICS GOVERNMENT IN THE U S INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS STATE & TERRITORIAL GOVERNMT COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND ADMIN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY THE LEGISLATIVE PROCESS INTERNATIONAL LAW SPECIAL TOPICS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

TTH MW MWF TTH MW MW MW TTH MW TTH TTH TTH

08:00-09:20 08:00-09:20 11:00-11:50 17:30-18:50 09:30-10:50 14:00-15:20 11:00-12:20 09:30-10:50 17:30-18:50 11:00-12:20 14:00-15:20 12:30-13:50

HSS 303 HSS 203 CAS LH HSS 201 HSS 303 HSS 303 HSS 303 HSS 303 HSS 303 HSS 303 HSS 303 HSS 303

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50

3.00 3.00 3.00

WEINBERG R CRUZ M SWAMY A STOIL M CRUZ M STOIL M CRUZ M SWAMY A STOIL M CRUZ M AGUON J CRUZ M

PY-100-01 PY-100-02 PY-100-03 PY-100-04 PY-100-05 PY-100-06 PY-100-07 PY-100-08 PY-101-01 PY-201-01 PY-304-01 PY-304L-01 PY-370-01 PY-413-01 PY-420-01 PY-491-01 PY-492A-01

PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY CHILD DEVELOPMENT LEARNING AND MOTIVATION LEARNING & MOTIVATION LAB INTRO TO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN BEHAVR ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH SEMINAR PSYCHOLOGY PRACTICUM

MW TTH MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH MW MW MW T TTH TTH MW TH F

09:30-10:50 09:30-10:50 16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 11:00-12:20 14:00-15:20 17:30-18:50 17:30-18:50 14:00-15:20 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-16:50 17:30-18:50 12:30-13:50 16:00-17:20 14:00-16:50 10:00-12:50

HSS 203 HSS 203 HSS 201 HSS 203 HSS 203 HSS 201 HSS 203 HSS 305 CAS LH HSS 203 HSS 203 HSS 203 HSS 303 HSS 203 HSS 203 HSS 203 HSS 305

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

GUERRERO J GUERRERO J LEON GUERRERO V SWADDELL J KERR M ROMERO A SWADDELL J MCCARTHY M EHLERT M SMITH S EHLERT M EHLERT M STAFF SMITH S FEGURGUR M SMITH S TWADDLE I

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $42.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00 $15.00

SO-101-01

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

TTH

09:30-10:50

CAS LH

3.00

JOHNSON K

$4.50

PHILOSOPHY 029929 029933 029934 029936 029937

POLITICAL SCIENCE PS-100-01 029960 029996 PS-100-02 029961 PS-101-01 029964 PS-101-02 029966 PS-202-01 029968 PS-215-01 029969 PS-225-01 029970 PS-302-01 030469 PS-326-01 029977 PS-375-01 029978 PS-420-01 030457 PS-482-01

PSYCHOLOGY 029980 029982 029985 029986 029987 029988 029989 029990 029991 029992 029993 029994 029995 029997 029999 030001 030002 SOCIOLOGY 030095

FA 127 FA 127 FA 127 FA 127 FA 127 FA 127 FA 129 FA 127 FA 126 FA 122 FA 120 FA 120 FA 120 FA 120 TBA FA 127 FA 126 FA 122 FA 120 FA 120 FA 120 FA 120 FA 120 FA 127 FA 127 FA 127 TBA FA 120 FA 120

3.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00

STAFF BEDNARZYK S JOHNSON R BEDNARZYK S STAFF JOHNSON R STAFF JOHNSON R BEDNARZYK S JOHNSON R CHAN D LAGUANA C BATIMANA R CHAN D STAFF BEDNARZYK S BEDNARZYK S JOHNSON R CHAN D LAGUANA C BATIMANA R CHAN D STAFF JOHNSON R BEDNARZYK S BEDNARZYK S JOHNSON R BEDNARZYK S, JOHNSON R STAFF

$4.50 $4.50 $10.00 $10.00 $4.50 $4.50 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00 $4.50 $10.00 $10.00 $10.00

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MUSIC 029653 029654 029659 029660 029661 029662 029663 029664 029669 029694 029695 029713 029714 029715 029716 029665 029717 029718 029719 029720 029721 029723 029724 029725 029728 029732 029799 029738 029739

5

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES


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COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIOLOGY 030096 030099 030103 030105 030108 030110 030115 030116 030120 030126 030129 030134 030131 030122 030137 THEATRE 029763 029764 029765 029766 029768

SO-101-02 SO-101-03 SO-101-04 SO-202-01 SO-221-01 SO-230-01 SO-342-01 SO-344-01 SO-350-01 SO-418-01 SO-445-01 SO-480-01 SO-491-01 SO-494-01 SO-498-01

INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL PROBLEMS SOCIOLOGY OF HLTH & MEDICINE MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY SOCIOLOGY OF SEX AND GENDER AGING: MYTH AND REALITIES DEV SOCIOLOG THEORY:CLASSICAL SOCIAL STRATIFICATION MINORITY RELATIONS SPL TPS:SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH SEMINAR SOCIAL ISSUES OF MICRO & GUAM INTERNSHIP

TTH MW MW MW MW MW TTH MW TTH TTH TTH M MW TTH TBA

11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20 14:00-15:20 17:30-18:50 11:00-12:20 11:00-12:20 09:30-10:50 16:00-18:50 11:00-12:20 16:00-17:20 TBA

CAS LH HSS 301 HSS 201 HSS 207 HSS 305 HSS 301 HSS 305 TBA HSS 305 HSS 207 HSS 305 HSS 207 HSS 305 HSS 305 TBA

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

JOHNSON K AMES T MOSS J JOHNSON K MOSS J AMES A AMES A STAFF AMES A AMES T MOSS J JOHNSON K AMES A AMES T STAFF

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50

TH-101-01 TH-101-02 TH-105-01 TH-292-01 TH-425-01

INTRO TO THEATRE INTRO TO THEATRE STAGECRAFT THEATER PRACTICUM THEATER HISTORY I

MW TTH MW TBA TTH

09:30-10:50 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 TBA 11:00-12:20

FA AUD FA AUD FA AUD FA AUD FA AUD

3.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 3.00

BLAS M ARIAV T MCVEY T BLAS M BLAS M

$4.50 $4.50

INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD INTRO TO WOMEN & GENDER STUD MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY LITERATURE BY WOMEN

TBA TBA TBA MW TTH MW MW TTH

TBA (OLL) ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) TBA (OLL) ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) TBA (OLL) ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) 09:30-10:50 HSS 301 17:30-18:50 HSS 301 16:00-17:20 HSS 301 14:00-15:20 HSS 301 12:30-13:50 EC 103

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

THOMPSON H THOMPSON H THOMPSON H FEGURGUR M STAFF STAFF AMES A HARTIG A

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50 $4.50

4.00

CRUZ J

$24.00

MCCONNELL J

$24.00

WOMEN & GENDER STUDIES 030139 WG-101-01 WG-101-02 030141 030143 WG-101-03 030146 WG-101-04 030148 WG-101-05 030150 WG-101-06 030112 WG-230-01 030151 WG-323-01

$4.50 $4.50 $4.50

$4.50

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES AGRICULTURE 029544 AG-101-01 030451

AG-102-01

030266

AG-211-01

030017

AG-321-01

030269 030450

AG-389-01 AG-485-01

BIOLOGY 029671 029672 029673 029675 029676 029678 029679 029680 029681 029684 029686 029687 029688 029689 029690 029691 029692 029693 029628 029696 029697 029698

BI-100-01 BI-100-02 BI-100L-01 BI-100L-02 BI-100L-03 BI-100L-04 BI-100L-05 BI-124-01 BI-124-02 BI-124L-01 BI-124L-02 BI-124L-03 BI-124L-04 BI-124L-05 BI-124L-06 BI-158-01 BI-158L-01 BI-158L-02 BI-225-01 BI-225L-01 BI-225L-02 BI-302-01

029704 029705 029707 029708 029711 029712 029709

BI-315-01 BI-315L-01 BI-315L-02 BI-320-01 BI-392-01 BI-392-02 BI-410-01

INTRO TO AGRICULTURE INTRO TO AGRICULTURE LAB INTRODUCTION TO PLANT SCIENCE INTRODUCTION TO PLANT SCIENCE LAB PRINCIPLES OF ANIMAL SCIENCE PRINCIPLES OF ANIMAL SCIENCE LAB HORTICULTURE PLANT ID HORTICULTURE PLANT ID LAB EXTENSION PROGRAMS & PLANNING TROPICAL FRUITS HORTICULTURE TROPICAL FRUITS HORTICULTURE LAB

MWF 09:00-09:50 W 10:00-12:50 (OLL) ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) (OLL) ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) MWF 10:00-10:50 TH 13:00-16:00 M 11:00-12:20 W 14:00-16:50 TTH 17:30-18:50 TTH 08:00-09:20 TBA TBA

ALS 127 ALS 124

ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB ENVIRONMENTAL BIOL LAB HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I HUM ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB HUM ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB HUM ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB HUM ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB HUM ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB HUM ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II LAB PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II LAB BASIC MICROBIOLOGY BASIC MICROBIOLOGY LAB BASIC MICROBIOLOGY LAB PLANT DIVERSITY & MICROSCOPY PLANT DIVERSITY & MICROSCOPY LAB GENERAL GENETICS GENERAL GENETICS LABORATORY GENERAL GENETICS LABORATORY BIODIVERSITY PHOTOMICROSCOPY LAB TEACHING & ASSISTING LAB TEACHING & ASSISTING ECOLOGY ECOLOGY LAB

MW TTH TH F F S S MW MW T W TH TH T W MWF T T MW TTH TTH MWF M TTH W W TTH TBA TBA MWF F

SC 101 SC 101 SC 110 SC 112 SC 103 SC 101 SC 110 SC 101 SC 101 SC 112 SC 112 SC 112 SC 112 SC 112 SC 112 SC 101 SC 110 SC 110 TBA SC 103 SC 103 SC 110 SC 110 SC 112 SC 103 SC 103 SC 101 TBA TBA SC 110 SC 110

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COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES CH-100-01 CH-100-02 CH-100L-01 CH-100L-02 CH-101-01 CH-101L-01 CH-102-01 CH-102-02 CH-102L-01 CH-102L-02 CH-310A-01 CH-311-01 CH-392-01 CH-450A-01 CH-491-01

COMPUTER SCIENCE CS-200-01 029516 029517 CS-200-02 029524 CS-201-01 029525 CS-201-02 029521 CS-202-01 029518 CS-305-01 029522 CS-360-01 029523 CS-431-01 029519 CS-492-01

INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY INTRO CHEMISTRY LAB INTRO CHEMISTRY LAB INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY INTRO TO ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB GENERAL CHEMISTRY GENERAL CHEMISTRY GEN CHEM I LAB GEN CHEM I LAB ORGANIC CHEMISTRY BASIC LAB TECHN IN ORG CHEM LAB TEACHING & ASSISTING PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY SEMINAR

MWF TTH M W MW M MWF TTH F W MW TTH TBA TBA TBA

09:00-09:50 09:30-10:50 11:00-13:50 11:00-13:50 12:30-13:50 14:00-16:50 10:00-10:50 12:30-13:50 11:00-13:50 14:00-16:50 11:00-12:20 14:00-16:50 TBA TBA TBA

TBA SC 101 SC 230 SC 230 SC 221 SC 221 SC 221 SC 221 SC 101 SC 221 SC 221 SC 221 TBA SC 236 TBA

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COMPUTER APPLICATIONS COMPUTER APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING PROGRAMMING II ASSEMBLY LANG & COMPUTER ORG INTRO TO OPERATING SYSTEMS ADVANCED TOPICS COMPUTER SCI PRACTICUM IN COMPUTER SCIENCE

MW MW MW TTH TTH TTH MW TTH F

09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 16:00-17:50 16:00-17:50 08:30-10:20 14:00-15:20 14:00-15:50 11:00-12:20 09:30-11:20

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ALS 125B ALS 127 ALS 127 ALS 125B ALS 125B ALS 124 ALS 124 ALS 125A ALS 127 ALS 127

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3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00

ROJAS G IYECHAD T LEONGUERRERO R LEONGUERRERO R

ENGINEERING ORIENTATION ENGINEERING STATICS

F MW

14:00-14:50 12:30-13:50

TBA ALS 127

1.00 3.00

KHOSROWPANAH S MORADI M

FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FUND OF MATH I II (NDU) FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS FINITE MATHEMATICS INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE ALGEBRA INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE ALGEBRA INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE ALGEBRA INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE ALGEBRA INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS

MW MW MW MW MW MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH MW MW MW MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH MW MW TTH TTH MW MW MW TTH TTH

08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50 09:30-10:50 12:30-13:50 16:00-17:20 16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 08:00-09:20 08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 08:00-09:20 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50 17:30-18:50 08:00-09:20 09:30-10:50

SC 121 SC 121 WB 1 SC 121 WB 1 SC 101 SC 101 SC 101 WB 1 SC 121 SC 121 SC 101 SC 121 WB 1 SC 101 SC 101 WB 1 WB 3 SC 120 SC 305 SC 121 WB 3 WB 3 WB 3 SC 120 SC 305 SC 121 SC 121 WB 3 WB 1 TBA WB 3 SC 120 SC 121 SC 121 SC 120

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MA-085-01 MA-085-02 MA-085-03 MA-085-04 MA-085-05 MA-085-06 MA-085-07 MA-085-08 MA-085-09 MA-085-10 MA-085-11 MA-085-12 MA-085-13 MA-085-14 MA-085-15 MA-085-16 MA-110-01 MA-110-02 MA-110-03 MA-110-04 MA-110-05 MA-110-06 MA-110-07 MA-110-08 MA-110-09 MA-110-10 MA-110-11 MA-115-01 MA-115-02 MA-115-03 MA-115-04 MA-151-01 MA-151-02 MA-151-03 MA-151-04 MA-151-05

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UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

CHEMISTRY 029615 029616 029617 029618 029621 029622 029619 029623 029620 029624 029613 029614 029625 029626 029627


UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

8

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES MATHEMATICS 029584 029585 029586 029587 029588 029589 029590 029591 029592 029593 029594 029595 029596 029597 029600 029598 029602

MA-151-06 MA-161A-01 MA-161A-02 MA-161B-01 MA-165-01 MA-203-01 MA-203-02 MA-204-01 MA-205-01 MA-341-01 MA-385-01 MA-385-02 MA-392-01 MA-392-02 MA-421-01 MA-431-01 MA-451-01

INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND TRIG COLLEGE ALGEBRA AND TRIG COLLEGE ALGEBRA & TRIG PRECALCULUS CALCULUS I CALCULUS I CALCULUS II MULTIVARIABLE CALCULUS LINEAR ALGEBRA APPLIED STATISTICS APPLIED STATISTICS LAB TEACHING & ASSISTING LAB TEACHING & ASSISTING INTRO TO ANALYSIS TOPICS IN ADVANCED MATHEMATICS PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS

TTH TTH TTH MW MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH TTH MW MW TTH F F TTH TTH TTH

17:30-18:50 09:30-10:50 12:30-13:50 11:00-12:20 11:00-12:15 11:00-12:15 12:30-13:45 11:00-12:15 11:00-12:20 14:00-15:20 09:30-10:50 09:30-10:50 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 12:30-13:50

SC 121 WB 1 WB 1 WB 1 SC 305 TBA SC 305 TBA TBA WB 3 WB 3 SC 305 TBA TBA WB 3 WB 3 WB 3

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09:00-09:50 07:00-09:30 14:00-14:50 07:00-09:30 14:00-14:50 07:00-09:30 09:00-16:00 09:00-16:00 06:00-07:00 10:00-10:50 07:00-09:30 13:00-13:50 07:00-09:03 09:00-16:00 09:00-16:00 15:00-15:50 05:00-07:00 11:00-12:20 08:00-09:20 07:00-09:30 05:00-07:00 09:00-12:00 10:00-11:20 13:00-15:00 14:00-15:20 13:00-15:00

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DIAZ F

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M W

17:30-20:20 17:30-20:20

SC 221 SC 221

3.00 1.00

TSENG C TSENG C

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MW TTH TTH TTH MW M MW M

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PH-210-01 PH-210-02 PH-251-01

T TH MWF F

08:00-10:50 08:00-10:50 09:00-09:50 12:00-12:50

SC 221 SC 221 SC 221 SC 221

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INTRO TO COMM SERV ON GUAM INTRO TO COMM SERV ON GUAM INTRO TO COMM SERV ON GUAM INTRO TO COMM SERV ON GUAM SOCIAL WELFARE: A WORLD VIEW SOCIAL WELFARE: A WORLD VIEW SOCIAL WELFARE: A WORLD VIEW HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND SOCIAL ENVI GENERALIST SOWO PRAC METH I AGING: MYTH & REALITIES SOCIAL JUSTICE FIELDS OF SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE GENERALIST SW PRAC METHODS III

MW TTH MW MW MW MW MW TTH TTH MW TTH MW TTH

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$42.00

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COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND APPLIED SCIENCES SOCIAL POLICY SOC WELFARE & SOC DEV IN MICRO FIELD INSTRUCTION II

TTH TTH T

16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 08:00-09:20

ALS 125B ALS 125A ALS 125A

3.00 3.00 3.00

NATIVIDAD L HASUGULAYAG J LIZAMA T

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PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS INTRO TO COMPUTER OPERATIONS PRIN OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PRIN OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PRIN OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING PRIN OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING PRIN OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING PRIN OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING BASIC STAT FOR BUSINESS & ECO BASIC STAT FOR BUSINESS & ECO MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT INTRO TO ENTPNRSP & INNOVAT GUAM'S TOURISM PRODUCT INTERNATIONAL TOURISM FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING FUNDAMENTALS OF MARKETING INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II GOVERNMENTAL ACCTG NON-ACC MAJ INCOME TAXATION COST AND MANAGERIAL ACCT INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING APPLIED STAT FOR BUS DECISION APPLIED STAT FOR BUS DECISION INTER MACROECONOMIC THEORY BASIC BUSINESS FINANCE BASIC BUSINESS FINANCE MONEY AND BANKING PERSONAL FINANCIAL PLANNING CORPORATE FINANCE INFO TECH & NETWORKS FOR BUSI INFO TECH & NETWORKS FOR BUSI INFO TECH & NETWORKS FOR BUSI INFO TECH & NETWORKS FOR BUSI MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENT: ISS & SOL IN BUS STRT-UP MANAGING THE EMPLOY & WK ENVIR CONSUMER BEHAVIOR ADVANCED ACCOUNTING GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING

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030154 030156 030157 030159 030160 030161 030162

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AUDITING I ADVANCED INCOME TAXATION INTERNSHIP (ACCOUNTING) ETHICS FOR THE ACCOUNTANT MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

TTH TTH F MW MW TTH TTH

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UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

SOCIAL WORK 030079 SW-406-01 030080 SW-410-01 030081 SW-485A-01


UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

10

SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 030180 BA-440-03 030184 BA-444-01 030446 BA-446-01 030186 BA-451-01 030189 BA-453-01 030193 BA-460-01 030196 BA-461-01 030219 BA-462-01 030230 BA-480-01 030235 BA-480-02 030236 BA-481-01 030237 BA-482-01 030239 BA-490-01

LEGAL STUDIES 030242 LW-101-01 030253 LW-106-01 030255 LW-202-01 030257 LW-285-01 030262 LW-306-01 030264 LW-311-01 030267 LW-330-01 030270 LW-360-01 030272 LW-380-01 030275 LW-402-01 030278 LW-404-01 030279 LW-442-01 030283 LW-442-02 030286 LW-442-03 030291 LW-443-01 030293 LW-498-01

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION PA-201-01 030298 030302 PA-206-01 030304 PA-207-01 030299 PA-210-01 030310 PA-215-01 030314 PA-233-01 030316 PA-233-02 030322 PA-303-01 030324 PA-305-01 030327 PA-402-01 030334 PA-403-01 030336 PA-405-01 030339 PA-405-02 030347 PA-420-01 030350 PA-498-01

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR STAFFING AND EMPLOYEE DEVELOPM ENT: NEW VENTURE CREATION TOURISM/HOTEL INTERNSHIP TOURISM POLICY, PLANNING & DEV INTERNATIONAL MARKETING MARKETING CHANNEL MANAGEMENT MARKETING RESEARCH BUSINESS STRATEGY AND POLICY BUSINESS STRATEGY AND POLICY PRAC APPLI IN SMALL BUSINESS BUSINESS/RESEARCH INTERNSHIP SPECIAL PROJECT

F MW MW F MW S TTH TTH MW TTH MW TBA F

14:00-17:00 12:30-13:50 16:00-17:20 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 09:00-12:00 16:00-17:20 11:00-12:20 11:00-12:20 17:30-18:50 19:00-20:20 TBA 09:00-12:00

SBPA 111 SBPA 111 SBPA 111 SBPA 220B SBPA 220B SBPA 110 SBPA 110 SBPA 110 SBPA 110 SBPA 112 SBPA 110 TBA SBPA 220B

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

RIVERA J PEREZ K PEREZ K SCHUMANN F SCHUMANN F STAFF O'BRIEN M O'BRIEN M SANTOS A SANTOS A PANGELINAN M O'BRIEN M SCHUMANN F

INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE PERSONAL LAW TRIAL AND EVIDENCE LEGAL REASONING, RES. & WRITIN CRIMINAL LAW CORRECTIONAL SECURITY & ADMIN CONTRACTS AND TORTS ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURE CRIMINAL AND CIVIL PROCEDURE CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ADMIN & MGMT CRIM JUSTICE ORG BUSINESS LAW I BUSINESS LAW I BUSINESS LAW I BUSINESS LAW II INTERNSHIP (LEGAL STUDIES)

MW MW TTH TTH MW MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH MW TTH S TTH TBA

11:00-12:20 17:30-18:50 09:30-10:50 12:30-13:50 17:30-18:50 19:00-20:20 16:00-17:20 09:30-10:50 17:30-18:50 12:30-13:50 17:30-18:50 12:30-13:50 17:30-18:50 09:00-12:00 19:00-20:20 TBA

SBPA 150 SBPA 110 SBPA 150 SBPA 150 SBPA 150 SBPA 150 SBPA 150 SBPA 149 SBPA 261 SBPA 149 SBPA 149 SBPA 150 SBPA 110 SBPA 149 SBPA 110 TBA

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

AGUON R SUKOLA A AGUON R STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF TERLAJE T STAFF TERLAJE T BARRETT-ANDERSON E STAFF DIERKING J MARAMAN K DIERKING J TERLAJE T

PA IN GUAM AND THE WEST. PAC. PUBLIC HEALTH AND DISEASE MGMT ADMIN. OF HEALTH CARE SERVICES PUBLIC ADMIN & MANAGEMENT SUPERVISION IN GOV'T ORGANI IMPACT OF GOVT REGULA ADM BUS IMPACT OF GOVT REGULA ADM BUS GOVERNMENT FINANCE DATA ANALYSIS IN PUBLIC ADMINI PUBLIC ADMIN & PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMIN LEADERSHIP ETHICS IN THE PROF LEADERSHIP ETHICS IN THE PROF PUBLIC FINANCE & FISCAL POLICY INTERNSHIP (PUBLIC ADMIN)

MW F TTH MW TTH MW MW S F TTH MW MW TTH S TBA

11:00-12:20 09:00-12:00 12:30-13:50 19:00-20:20 16:00-17:20 12:30-13:50 17:30-18:50 09:00-12:00 15:00-18:00 16:00-17:20 16:00-17:20 16:00-17:20 17:30-18:50 12:00-15:00 TBA

SBPA 149 SBPA 149 SBPA 112 SBPA 149 SBPA 150 SBPA 131 SBPA 149 SBPA 150 SBPA 234 SBPA 149 SBPA 149 SBPA 112 SBPA 150 SBPA 150 TBA

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

WALTER A DUENAS L DUENAS L GUTHERTZ J WALTER A MCNINCH R GUTHERTZ J SAN AGUSTIN J MCNINCH R MCNINCH R AGUON R STAFF WALTER A BLAZ A TERLAJE T

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA SBPA 260 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

NABOBO-BABA U JAMES G MILLER M SANCHEZ J SANCHEZ J INDALECIO A JAMES G MILLER M SANCHEZ J KALLINGAL G SABLAN V BRAMAN O FEE J CARDINAS C JACKSON M SALAS M SALAS M CYRUS J CYRUS J CYRUS J CYRUS J SALAS M FEE J SABLAN V MILLER M

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ED-110-01 ED-110-02 ED-110-03 ED-110-04 ED-192-01 ED-192-02 ED-192-03 ED-192-04 ED-201-01 ED-201-02 ED-201-03 ED-201-04 ED-215-01 ED-215-02 ED-251-01 ED-265-01 ED-265-02 ED-271-01 ED-271-02 ED-271-03 ED-271-04 ED-280-01 ED-292-01 ED-300-01 ED-300-02

INTRO TO TEACHING INTRO TO TEACHING INTRO TO TEACHING INTRO TO TEACHING PRACT:OBSERV & PARTICIPATION PRACT:OBSERV & PARTICIPATION PRACT:OBSERV & PARTICIPATION PRACT:OBSERV & PARTICIPATION HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT INTRO TO EXCEPTIONAL INDIVID INTRO TO EXCEPTIONAL INDIVID DEVELOPMT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CULTURE & EDUCATION IN GUAM CULTURE & EDUCATION IN GUAM TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS FOR ED TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS FOR ED TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS FOR ED TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS FOR ED INTRO TO BIL/BICULTURALISM PRACTICUM IN SPECIAL EDUC EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

MW TTH TTH MW W M T T TTH MW TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH MW MW TTH W TTH T TTH TH MW TTH

14:00-15:20 12:30-13:50 11:00-12:20 09:30-10:50 08:00-08:50 16:00-16:50 11:00-11:50 12:30-13:20 09:30-10:50 14:00-15:20 11:00-12:20 12:30-13:50 12:00-13:20 14:00-15:20 14:00-15:20 16:00-17:20 10:30-11:50 12:30-13:50 17:30-20:20 16:00-17:20 17:30-20:20 14:00-15:20 15:30-18:20 16:00-17:20 11:00-12:20

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SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ED-310-01 ED-312-01 ED-314-01 ED-321-01 ED-322-01 ED-323-01 ED-324-01 ED-325-01 ED-326-01 ED-327-01 ED-330-01 ED-333-01 ED-334-01 ED-336-01 ED-350-01 ED-351-01 ED-353-01 ED-354-01 ED-355-01 ED-356-01 ED-357-01 ED-363-01 ED-385A-01 ED-392-01 ED-443-01 ED-446-01 ED-452-01 ED-462-01 ED-473-01 ED-480-01 ED-483-01 ED-489-01 ED-492-01 ED-492-02 ED-492-03 ED-492-04 ED-492-05 ED-492-06 ED-492-07 ED-498-01 ED-498-02

TCHNG STU W/LEARNG DISABIL/BEH GUIDANCE FOR EXCEP INDV & FAM ASSESS SKLS FOR CHDN & YTH W S LANGUAGE ARTS METH:SECONDARY SOCIAL SCIENCES METH: SECONDARY MATHEMATICS METH:SECONDARY SCIENCE METH:SECONDARY BUS SUBJ METH:SECONDARY ART METHODS: SECONDARY HOME ECONOMICS:SECONDARY LANGUAGE ARTS IN EARLY CHLDHD CREATIVE ARTS IN EARLY CHLDHD SOLVING DISCIPLINE PROBLEMS BLDG HM & SCHL REL ERLY CH ED TCHING STRGS ELEM CLAS FINE ARTS METH ELEM SOCIAL STUDIES METH:ELEMENTARY SCIENCE METHODS: ELEMENTARY LANGUAGE ARTS METH:ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS METHODS: ELEMENTAR READING METH ELEM PE & HEALTH METH ELEMENTARY STRUCTURE OF THE LANGUAGE METHODS PRACTICUM ASSIST TECHNOLOGY IN SPEC ED INCL CHLDRN W/DISABILI REG CLR COMPUTERS IN EDUCATION READING FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS DEVELOPING COGNITIVE ABILITIES SEC LANG CURR & MATERIAL DEV INTRO TO EARLY CHLD SPECIAL ED EVALUATION PRACT: STDNT TCHG/SEED PRACT: STDNT TCHG/SEED PRACT: STDNT TCHG/SEED PRACT: STDNT TCHNG/ECE PRACT: STDNT TCHNG/ELEM PRACT: STDT TCHG: ELEM/CHAMORU PRACT: STDNT TCHNG/SPED INTERNSHIP: SEED CHAMORU INTERNSHIP: ELEM CHAMORU

T 14:00-16:50 M 17:00-19:50 M 16:00-18:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TTH 09:30-10:50 TH 16:00-18:50 S 09:00-11:50 T 16:00-18:50 W 16:00-18:50 TTH 11:00-12:20 MW 14:00-15:20 MW 16:00-17:20 TTH 16:00-17:20 MW 12:30-13:50 MW 11:00-12:20 TTH 17:30-18:50 S 12:30-15:50 F 16:00-18:50 S 09:00-11:50 W 17:00-19:50 TH 17:00-19:50 (OLL) ON-LINE LEARNING (INTERNET) TTH 11:00-12:20 MW 09:30-10:50 MW 16:00-17:20 TH 17:00-19:50 TTH 16:00-17:20 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

SBPA 260 TBA SBPA 260 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA SBPA 260 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.00

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$17.00 $17.00 $17.00

$33.00

SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES HEALTH SCIENCES 029629 HS-104-01 029630 HS-104-02 029631 HS-105-01 029632 HS-106-01 029633 HS-131-01 029634 HS-200-01 029636 HS-200-02 029637 HS-200-03 029638 HS-200-04 029641 HS-200-05 030461 HS-210-01 029642 HS-216-01 029644 HS-322-01 030456 HS-491-01 029643 HS-498-01

CONDITIONING AND FITNESS CONDITIONING AND FITNESS STRENGTH TRAINING AEROBIC FITNESS BEGINNING SWIMMING HEALTH AND WELLNESS HEALTH AND WELLNESS HEALTH AND WELLNESS HEALTH AND WELLNESS HEALTH AND WELLNESS HUMAN BIOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH KINESIOLOGY CURRENT TOPICS IN HEALTH SCIENCES INTERNSHIP IN HEALTH SCIENCES

MW TTH TTH MW F MW TTH MW TTH TTH TH TTH MW TTH TBA

08:00-08:50 18:00-18:50 08:00-08:50 18:00-18:50 11:00-12:40 08:00-09:20 08:00-09:20 16:00-17:20 16:00-17:20 16:00-17:20 08:00-10:50 11:00-12:20 16:00-17:20 14:00-15:20 TBA

HS 149 HS 149 HS 149 HS 149 HS 149 HS 145 HS 145 HS 149 HS 145 HS 149 HS 227 HS 145 HS 145 HS 145 TBA

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF MURPHY K STAFF STAFF FRANCO N PAULINO Y TAITANO L RAN MS PAULINO Y FERNANDEZ C PAULINO Y RAN M

HATTORI-UCHIMA M, $15.00 WOOD H CABADING L $15.00 DIAL M $15.00 HATTORI-UCHIMA M $20.00 HATTORI-UCHIMA M $20.00 CABADING L $15.00 HATTORI-UCHIMA M, CABADING L, VARGHESE A $40.00 CABADING L./STAFF $100.00 STAFF $100.00 STAFF $100.00 STAFF $100.00 MENDEZ A, VARGHESE A $20.00 MENDEZ A $20.00 MENDEZ A $20.00

NURSING 029651

NU-112-01

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

TTH

13:00-13:50

HS 233

2.00

029656 029658 029666 029668 029737 029674

NU-200B-01 NU-212-01 NU-214-01 NU-214-02 NU-300S-01 NU-302B-01

COMMUNICATION & MENTAL HEALTH EMPOWERMENT STRAT FOR NURS ST DOSAGE CALCULATION DOSAGE CALCULATION COMMUNICATION & MENTAL HEALTH ADULT HEALTH NURSING

M F M W M MT

09:00-11:50 09:00-11:50 13:00-13:50 14:00-14:50 09:00-11:50 09:00-11:50

HS 233 HS 227 HS 227 HS 227 HS 233 HS 229

3.00 3.00 1.00 1.00 3.00 6.00

029677 029682 029683 029685 029699 029722 029726

NU-303B-01 NU-303B-02 NU-303B-03 NU-303B-04 NU-308-01 NU-309-01 NU-309-02

ADULT HEALTH PRACTICUM ADULT HEALTH PRACTICUM ADULT HEALTH PRACTICUM ADULT HEALTH PRACTICUM PSYCHIATRIC MENTAL HLTH NURSI PSYCHIATRIC NURSING PRACTICUM PSYCHIATRIC NURSING PRACTICUM

THF THF THF THF F WTH WTH

07:00-22:00 07:00-22:00 07:00-22:00 07:00-22:00 09:00-11:50 07:00-17:00 07:00-17:00

HS 228 HS 229 TBA TBA HS 233 HS 149 TBA

4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 2.00 2.00

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UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

EDUCATION 029606 029285 029287 029251 029252 029253 029254 029256 029257 029258 029289 029374 029291 029292 029293 029294 029295 029296 029297 029298 029299 029300 029301 029302 029375 029470 029867 029259 029870 029473 029474 029871 029260 029261 029262 029482 029483 029484 029485 029534 029535


UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

12

SCHOOL OF NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES

NURSING 029727 029729

NU-309-03 NU-310-01

PSYCHIATRIC NURSING PRACTICUM PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

WTH W

07:00-17:00 09:00-11:50

TBA HS 233

2.00 3.00

029730 029733 029734 029735 029731 029736

NU-344-01 NU-403-01 NU-403-02 NU-403-03 NU-412-01 NU-416-01

AGING: MYTH AND REALITIES COMMUNITY HLTH NURSING PRACT COMMUNITY HLTH NURSING PRACT COMMUNITY HLTH NURSING PRACT COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING RESEARCH IN NURSING

MW WTH WTH WTH T M

17:30-18:50 07:00-17:00 07:00-17:00 07:00-17:00 09:00-11:50 09:00-11:50

TBA TBA TBA TBA HS 233 HS 149

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00

VARGHESE A FRANCO N HATTORI-UCHIMA M STAFF DIAL M / STAFF HATTORI-UCHIMA M/STAFF DIAL M / STAFF CRUZ K/STAFF RAN M

$20.00 $20.00 $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 $30.00 $34.00

ENROLLMENT MANAGEMENT AND STUDENT SERVICES INTERDISCIPLINARY COURSES 029805 ID-180-01 ID-180-02 029810 029811 ID-180-03 029812 ID-180-04 029817 ID-180-05 029818 ID-180-06 029822 ID-180-07 029824 ID-180-08 029825 ID-180-09 029827 ID-180-10 029828 ID-180-11 029830 ID-180-12 029831 ID-180-13 029834 ID-180-14 029836 ID-180-15 029838 ID-180-16 029840 ID-180-17 029842 ID-180-18 029843 ID-180-19 029846 ID-180-20 029847 ID-180-21 029848 ID-180-22

COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR

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15:00-16:50 17:00-18:50 09:00-09:50 10:00-10:50 09:00-09:50 11:00-11:50 10:00-11:50 09:00-10:50 14:00-15:50 13:00-14:50 15:00-16:50 17:00-18:50 09:00-09:50 13:00-13:50 10:00-11:50 09:00-10:50 14:00-15:50 11:00-11:50 09:00-10:50 11:00-12:50 09:00-10:50 09:00-10:50

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF SWADDELL J LEON GUERRERO A MCALISTER C STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF SWADDELL J LEON GUERRERO A MCALISTER C STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

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AR-504-01 AR-505-01 AR-508-01 AR-509-0A AR-550-01 AR-551-01 AR-552-01 AR-554-01 AR-555-01 AR-690-01 AR-695-01 AR-696-01

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UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

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UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

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ADMISSION DEFINITIONS (for tuition purposes): Resident Student - Resident of Guam, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM), the Marshall Islands, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas (CNMI), the Republic of Palau, and the United States who have met the Residency Requirements. Non-Resident Student - Students who have not met the Residency Requirements. (See Residency Requirements) UNDERGRADUATE - First-time students must complete an Application for Admission and must submit required documents by the deadline indicated in the Schedule of Application Deadline section. Official transcripts must be sent directly to the Admissions Office from the issuing institution(s). Applications may be submitted online at https://www.applyweb.com/apply/guam/ or mailed to the Admissions Office, UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96923. Failure to include the application fee will result in the denial of the application. Applications may be dropped at the Admissions Office, located in the Field House, 1st floor. NON-REFUNDABLE PROCESSING FEE ($49 RESIDENT/$74 INTERNATIONAL) AT THE CASHIER'S OFFICE LOCATED IN THE Admissions and Records Office (Cashier’s office hours: 8:00 am – 3:00 pm) or the Business Office (Cashier’s office hours: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm) before submitting your application. New Freshmen - All entering Freshmen must take the English and Math Placement Examinations prior to registration. Students who place into EN085 or have not taken the English and Math Placement Tests are classified as "TRANSITION STUDENTS" and will be limited in their enrollment to certain approved courses for transition students. Transfer Students - Students (applicants) are required to take the English and Math Placement examinations and may only be exempted if an official transcript has been submitted indicating the completion with a grade of ”C" or better in the following: (1) three semester hours of college English for exemption from the English exam, and (2) three semester hours in intermediate algebra, college algebra, or finite math for exemption from the math exam. Students who place into EN085 have not taken the English and Math Placement Tests and have not fulfilled (1) and (2) are classified as "TRANSITION STUDENTS" and will be limited in their enrollment to certain approved courses for transition students. Non-Degree - Applicants seeking specific courses for personal enrichment or professional advancement who do not require a degree program may apply as a Non-Degree Undergraduate. A Non- Degree student is not required to submit high school or previous college records or to take placement examinations unless the student is seeking to enroll in English and/or Math courses. (See Undergraduate Catalog - "Non-Degree Student" for more information and requirements). GRADUATE - A graduate applicant seeking admission to a graduate program or to enroll in graduate courses must complete an Application

for Admission at the Graduate Studies Office and provide supporting documents by the application deadline indicated in the Schedule of Application Deadlines. Official transcripts must be forwarded directly to the Graduate Studies Office from the issuing institution(s). Applications for admission to Graduate Studies Office are available at, and must be submitted to Graduate Studies, Research and Sponsored Programs, University of Guam, Health Science Building, 1st floor, Room 420. Applications without the appropriate fee will not be processed. Former Students (Re-Entry) - Students who have not attended the University for one or more regular semesters (Fall or Spring) are required to submit an "Application for Re-Entry" at the Records Office at least one week before registration. Official transcripts from all colleges and/or universities attended during the student's non-attendance at UOG are required and must be submitted directly to the Admissions & Records Office from the issuing institution(s) prior to registration. Proof of residency and standard enrollment requirements may be applied. Forms are available at the Admissions & Records office or www.uog.edu/gateway/

SCHEDULE OF APPLICATION DEADLINES Resident/Non-Resident Undergraduate & Graduate Applicants Entry Term

Application Deadline

Application Fees

Summer 2012 Fall 2012 Spring 2013

April 20, 2012 June 4, 2012 November 16, 2012

$49.00 $49.00 $49.00

STUDENTS WHO MEET THE APPLICATION DEADLINE AND SUBMIT ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS AND TAKE THE PLACEMENT TESTS WILL BE DESIGNATED AS PRIORITY NEW STUDENTS FOR THE EARLIEST POSSIBLE SCHEDULING FOR NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION. ALL APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE ABOVE DEADLINE OR PENDING DOCUMENTATION OR PLACEMENT FOR A PARTICULAR TERM, WILL PARTICIPATE IN LATE REGISTRATION. International (I-20) Undergraduate & Graduate Applicants Entry Term Application Fees Summer 2012 Fall 2012 Spring 2013

*Application Deadline February 6, 2012 March 19, 2012 September 4, 2012

$74.00 $74.00 $74.00

*Deadlines are guidelines to insure all required documents are submitted. Every consideration will be given to the students desired entry term.

GRADUATION Students who plan to graduate must file an Application for Degree at the Records Office early in the semester before the semester in which he/she plans to graduate. Application fee is $44.00. There is an additional expense for postage and handling if the diploma is to be mailed off-island. If a student fails to complete degree requirements, after filing the application, he/she must then submit a new application. Reapplication Fee is $24.00. The deadline to apply for degree completion in the 2012 Summer and Fall is Feb. 29, 2012.

IMPORTANT FACTS TO KNOW 1. Students must complete EN111 with a grade of a “C” or better before enrolling in level 300 or 400 courses -- Exceptions are noted in the Undergraduate Catalog. 2. All majors in SBPA must complete EN111 and MA 110 with a grade of "C" or better before enrolling in 300 or 400 level courses. 3. A student may not take a lower level course after completing a more advanced level course without written permission from the appropriate department/unit. 4. If your academic program does not specifically require MA161A as a major requirement or a prerequisite course, MA110 may be used to satisfy your general education requirements. 5. Because it is not possible to describe in this schedule all Admissions and Registration Policies as well as pertinent rules and regulations, students are advised to use the 2011-2012 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog, as tools, in understanding the rules and regulations which govern the conduct and discipline applicable to students. The University of Guam reserves the right to cancel or change the classes listed in this course schedule as circumstances necessitate. The University also reserves the right to change regulations affecting the student body at any time. New regulations are adopted and implemented as the governing authorities determine the need and are applicable both to prospective and matriculated students. HONORS COURSES! HONORS COURSES!! HONORS COURSES!!! HONORS COURSES!!!! Check with your HONORS advisor or the Director of the HONORS PROGRAM today. Courses listed in the class schedule with the Letter H following the course number, MAY be just what you're LOOKING FOR!!!

The University of Guam does not discriminate on the basis of sex in the admission to or employment in its education programs or activities. Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulations may be referred to the University’s Title IX Coordinator, located at the EEO/ADA Office, Dorm II, Iya Hami Hall, Room 104, Tel. No. 735-2244, TTY: 735-2243; or to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR).


TUITION & PAYMENT FEE

The considerations used in determining Residency status are as follows: a. Establishment of a domicile on Guam or in one of the Freely Associated States (the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshal Islands, or the Republic of Palau) as mandated by 17GC16125. (a) for a period of twelve month prior to the beginning of the term for which residency is claimed, or b. Evidence of residency for a period of twelve months or more prior to the beginning of the term for which residency is claimed. Evidence of residency may be shown by a student providing documentation such as follows: • Permanent employment on Guam (verification of employment) • Payment of income taxes of Guam (by student, or by parent/guardian if the student is a dependent). • Ownership or rental of living quarters on Guam. • Continue to use a Guam permanent address ON ALL RECORDS (educational, employment, military, financial). • Retain your Guam voter’s registration. • Maintain a Guam driver’s license or vehicle registration. If it is necessary to change your license or registration while temporary residing in another location, the license MUST be changed back to Guam within 10 days of the date of return to Guam, and the vehicle registration must be changed within 20 days of the date of return. • Village Mayor’s certification of residency. The burden of proof is upon the student making a claim to resident student’s status. The admission of students who knowingly provide false information for the purpose of achieving resident status shall be subject to cancellation and adjusted billing. If you are currently classified as a non-resident and wish to seek resident status, complete the “Petition for Residency Student Classification” before the deadline of the semester or term you wish to enroll. Approved changes of status will become effective for the term or semester following the approval; they are not retroactive, and no refunds will be given. Exemptions to the twelve-month requirement where resident classification may apply: Graduate of a Guam High School You may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident tuition if you attended high school in Guam for three (3) or more years and graduated from a Guam high school (or attained the equivalent). You are not eligible for this exemption if you are a nonimmigrant alien. Attended Elementary and Middle School on Guam You may be entitled to an exemption from nonresident tuition if you attended both elementary AND middle school on Guam (or attained the equivalent on Guam). You are not eligible for this exemption if you are a nonimmigrant alien. Active Military Duty United States Military personnel and their authorized dependents (as defined by the Armed Services) during the period such personnel are stationed in Guam on active duty. Non immigrant aliens, e.g. B,F,H,E Visa holders, are classified as non-residents and are not qualified for resident tuition rates or exemptions. If you are currently classified as a non-resident and wish to seek resident status, complete the "Petition for Residency Student Classification" before the deadline of the semester or term you wish to enroll. Approved changes of status will become effective for the term or semester following the approval; they are not retroactive, and no refunds will be given. For more information, please contact the Admissions Office at (671)735-2201, 2204, 2206 or admitme@uguam.uog.edu

TUITION COST PER CREDIT Residents Undergraduate Graduate

$190.00 $258.00

Non-Residents/International $565.00 $639.00

*Military Science courses are tuition free. FEES - At the time of registration, all students must pay the following fees: FALL 2012 Registration Student Services Library Services Student Activities Health Services Athletics Computer Fee Online Learning Fee Internet Fee Field House Total Semester Fees

If you do not officially drop or withdraw from class(es) within the time periods scheduled and still owe tuition and fees; you are liable for payment and interest charges and will be billed accordingly. Therefore, it is crucial that you officially drop or withdraw from class(es) in a timely manner. COURSES CANCELLED BY THE UNIVERSITY - Full refund will be mailed within four to six weeks. Tuition, fees, and the refund policy are subject to change as approved by the Board of Regents

WITHDRAWAL POLICY

Undergraduate students taking 5 credits or less will be charged 50% or half of the student fee found in the current catalog for the regular fall and spring semesters. Undergraduate student taking 5 credits or less during the summer term inclusive of sessions, A, B, and C, would be assessed a flat fee of $99.25. TUITION PAYMENTS Payments are accepted at the Cashier's Office, located in the Administration Building, during normal business hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. Call 735-2923. Payment by mail should be posted in time to reach the University by the payment deadline. Checks should be made payable to the University of Guam and mailed to: Business Office, Attention Cashier, University of Guam UOG Station, Mangilao, Guam 96923. PAYMENT DEADLINE

August 23, 2012 – Final Payment Deadline for Fall Registration: Final payment for Fall 2012 Registration must be received by 4:00 p.m., August 23, 2012 otherwise, your registration will be canceled. Students are still liable for their financial obligation after their class is cancelled.

If you are a financial aid recipient or are interested in financial aid, please contact the Financial Aid Office to ensure that all necessary documents are complete before the payment deadlines.

CANCELLATION POLICY If you register for a class and later decide to drop or withdraw from class(es), you will be charged a cancellation fee as follows. August 15-21: TUITION 5% FEES 100%

Students who are waiting for financial aid or have not yet paid for their tuition and fees are still financially obligated.

ADMINISTRATIVE DROP - The Registrar may ADMINISTRATIVELY drop a student from any class for which she/he does not have the PREREQUISITE COURSES, or EXEMPTION from the prerequisites, whether the student enrolls in such a class during the registration or drop/add period. Students who are ADMINISTRATIVELY DROPPED after the REFUND PERIOD are not eligible for a REFUND of tuition or fees.

$ 12.00 $ 44.00 $ 24.00 $ 24.00 $ 12.00 $ 24.00 $ 24.00 $ 20.00 $ 68.00 $ 17.00 $269.00

The University of Guam accepts VISA, MASTER CARD & AMERICAN EXPRESS credit cards for payment of tuition/fees.

Prior to August 15, 2012: TUITION 0% FEES 0%

courses after the “Schedule Adjustment” period must submit a Notification of Course Withdrawal form.

After August 21, 2012: TUITION 100% FEES 100%

There is a different schedule for Saturday classes. See the Business Office for details. **You must officially withdraw from class(es) before the December 06, 2012, otherwise, you will receive a “UW” (unofficial withdrawal) for the class(es). Students who wish to withdraw from all

DEADLINE TO WITHDRAW WITHOUT TRANSCRIPT RECORD ENTRY FOR FALL 2012 is August 21. All students may withdraw from a course or courses during registration or add/drop period except for TRANSITION STUDENTS who must file a withdrawal form at the Records Office. (See cancellation fee schedule). VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL Students who officially withdraw after the deadline to withdraw without transcript record entry will receive a grade of "W" (Withdrawal) for all classes from which they withdrew. Students must withdraw at the Admissions & Records Office; a technician will assist in making the withdrawal. The deadline for VOLUNTARY WITHDRAWAL for FALL 2012 is October 10, 2012. (See cancellation fee schedule). WITHDRAWAL BY PETITION Students who miss the voluntary withdrawal deadline and desire to withdraw a class(es) may petition for permission to withdrawal by completing the Petition for Withdrawal Form which is available at the Admissions & Records Office. Students may petition for withdrawal up until the last day of classes (before finals week) which, for the FALL 2012 term, is Dec. 06, 2012, (See cancellation fee schedule).

FINANCIAL AID All students are encouraged to fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Applications are available in the Financial Aid Office or on-line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Government of Guam Student Financial Aid Program applications are available at the Financial Aid Office or their website www.uog.edu/financialaid. Completed applications and required documents are due no later than 5:00p.m. on April 30, 2012. Applications must be postmark on or before April 30, 2012. For more information, please call or visit the Financial Aid Office located at the Fieldhouse. Students who are not able to make full tuition payments by posted payment deadline should stop by the Bursar/Collection Office for a payment plan at the Administration Building. UOG Federal School Code: 003935 Financial Aid Office Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday

8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m.

Telephone Numbers: Front Counter Title IV Federal Programs SFAP

735-2288 735-2287 735-2266

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Resident and Non-Resident Students An applicant is initially classified as a resident or non-resident for tuition purposes at the time of application with the Office of Admissions. The classification, which is certified by the Registrar, is based upon information furnished by the student and from other relevant sources. In compliance with the Residency Policy passed by the Board of Regents on February 1996 and amended on May 1997 and June 17, 2004, students in Non-Resident status are required to pay non-resident tuition.

Senior Citizen Summer Policy: Because all summer classes are offered on a self-sustaining basis, there will be no Senior Citizen Tuition Waiver Program for these classes.


UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 SCHEDULE

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University of Guam

UNIBETSEDÅT GUAHAN FALL SEMESTER 2012 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE If your regular class meets: MWF MW MW MWF MW MW MW MW

08:00AM – 8:50AM 08:00AM – 09:20AM 09:30AM – 10:50AM 10:00AM – 10:50AM 12:30PM – 13:50PM 14:00PM – 15:20PM 16:00PM – 17:20PM 17:30PM – 18:50PM

TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH

08:00AM – 09:20AM 09:30AM – 10:50AM 12:30PM – 13:50PM 14:00PM – 15:20PM 16:00PM – 17:20PM 17:30PM – 18:50PM

MWF MWF MWF MW TTH MW

19:00PM – 20:20PM 09:00AM – 09:50AM 11:00AM – 11:50AM 11:00AM – 12:20AM 11:00AM – 12:20PM 19:00PM – 20:20PM

Final Exam day will be:

MONDAY December 10, 2012

Your Final Exam will be at this time: 08:00AM – 09:50AM 08:00AM – 09:50AM 10:00AM – 11:50AM 10:00AM – 11:50AM 12:00PM – 13:50PM 14:00PM – 15:50PM 16:00PM – 17:50PM 18:00PM – 19:50PM

TUESDAY December 11, 2012

08:00AM – 09:50AM 10:00AM – 11:50AM 12:00PM – 13:50PM 14:00PM – 15:50PM 16:00PM – 17:50PM 18:00PM – 19:50PM

WEDNESDAY December 12, 2012

20:00PM – 21:50PM 08:00AM – 09:50AM 10:00AM – 11:50AM 10:00AM – 11:50AM 12:00PM – 13:50PM 18:00PM – 19:50PM

**Saturday classes will hold exams on December 10, 2012 **Note: As approved by the Dean, examinations for classes not listed above will be posted at the Dean’s Office. No other activities may be scheduled during Exam time. __________________________________________ Helen J.D. Whippy, Ph.D. Senior Vice President Academic and Student Affairs

UNIVERSITY OF GUAM FALL 2012 COURSE SCHEDULE  

FALL 2012 COURSE SCHEDULE

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