Spring 2006 Course Schedules

Although we strive to keep this course list updated, scheduling changes may occur from time to time. Please check the Temple University Course Schedule website for the most current information.

Department CRN Course Core Title Cr Day&Time Instructor Special Info
Accounting 058-079 Acct 0002 (801) Principles of Accounting II 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Tanaka Nakasone, G. PR: Grade of C- or higher in Accounting 0001.
American Studies 058-025 Am St 0100 (801) Topics in American Culture: The History of Modern American Business 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Schrade, W. CL: Econ 0235 (801) & Hist 0176 (801).
American Studies 010-905 Am St 0105 (801) Ideal America: Reform, Revolution, and Utopia 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Clark, W.
American Studies 058-176 Am St R112 (801) RS African American Experiences 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Williams, M.
American Studies 088-731 Am St 0126 (821) Documentary Film and American Society 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Carr, R.
American Studies 088-745 Am St 0130 (801) Architecture, Urban Design, and American Culture 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Mehta, G.
American Studies 088-759 Am St 0133 (801) American Culture Abroad: Japan 3 TTh 14:10-15:40 Cleveland, K. CL: Anthro 0272 (801) & As St 0255 (801).
American Studies 058-187 Am St 0154 (801) Introduction to Asian American Literature 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Clark, W. CL: Engl 0150 (801).
Anthropology 088-762 Anthro 0272 (801) American Culture Abroad: Japan 3 TTh 14:10-15:40 Cleveland, K. CL: Am St 0133 (801) & As St 0255 (801).
Art 028-064 Art C059 (801) AR Introduction to Visual Language: Design 3 MW 9:00-11:10 Manheim, L. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 093-165 Art C059 (802) AR Introduction to Visual Language: Design 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Sakurai, K. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 063-823 Art C069 (801) AR Introduction to Visual Language: Drawing 3 MW 17:40-19:50 Manheim, L. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 058-213 Art C089 (801) AR Introduction to Visual Language: 3D Design 3 TTh 17:30-19:30 Hishiyama, Y. Notes: An extra lab fee of 4,200 yen and extended class time are required.
Art 058-000 Art 0122 (801) 3-D Structures 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Hishiyama, Y. PR: Art C089. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class time are required.
Art 063-814 Art 0140 (801) Drawing II 3 MW 17:40-19:50 Manheim, L. PR: Art C069. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 092-695 Art 0143 (801) Intermediate Drawing I 3 MW 17:40-19:50 Manheim, L. PR: Art C069 and 0140.
Art 088-777 Art 0160 (801) Introduction to Computer Imaging 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Sakurai, K. Notes: An extra lab fee of 4,200 yen and extended class time are required.
Art 088-786 Art 0161 (801) Intermediate Computer Imaging 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Watanabe, S. PR: Art 0160 with a C- or higher or transfer credit. Notes: An extra lab fee of 4,200 yen and extended class time are required.
Art 062-620 Art 0188 (801) Digital Photography 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Watanabe, S. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 062-636 Art 0189 (801) Intermediate Digital Photography 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Watanabe, S. PR: Art 0188. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 092-683 Art 0362 (801) Advanced Computer Imaging 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Watanabe, S. PR: Art 0161 with a C- or higher or transfer credit.
Art 062-647 Art 0390 (801) Advanced Digital Photography 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Watanabe, S. PR: Art 0189. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art History 058-224 Art Hist C056 (801) AR Art Heritage Western World II 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Sutcliffe, P. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Art History 058-231 Art Hist 0215 (801) Japanese Art 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Murai, N. CL: As St 0270 (801). Notes: Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Asian Studies 088-790 As St C050 (801) IS Introduction to Asian Religions 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Roser, L. CL: Rel C050 (801).
Asian Studies 028-097 As St C086 (801) IS The Geography of East and South Asia 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Cybriwsky, R. CL: GUS C086 (801).
Asian Studies 058-245 As St 0100 (801) Practical Asian Society and Culture 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Sumi, A. Notes: Mode: Seminar.
Asian Studies 058-262 As St 0116 (801) Introduction to East Asia: Japan 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Morland, C. CL: Hist 0116 (801).
Asian Studies 028-101 As St 0161 (801) Japanese Religions 3 MWF 17:40-18:40 Roser, L. CL: Rel 0119 (801).
Asian Studies 058-277 As St 0222 (801) Japanese Literature in Film 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Nagai, M. CL: Cr La 0121 (801).
Asian Studies 088-806 As St 0230 (801) Metropolitan Tokyo 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Cybriwsky, R. CL: GUS 0228 (801).
Asian Studies 058-286 As St 0253 (801) Japanese Culture 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Murai, N. Notes: All study-abroad students are strongly recommended to enroll in Asian Studies 253 in their first term at TUJ.
Asian Studies 088-819 As St 0255 (801) American Culture Abroad: Japan 3 TTh 14:10-15:40 Cleveland, K. CL: Am St 0133 (801) & Anthro 0272 (801).
Asian Studies 058-290 As St 0270 (801) Japanese Art 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Murai, N. CL: Art Hist 0215 (801). Notes: Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Asian Studies 058-306 As St W300 (801) WI Writing Seminar in Asian Studies: The Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia 3 W 19:10-22:10 Kingston, J. CL: Hist W388 (801). PR: Advanced Asian Studies major or permission of instructor.
Asian Studies 058-319 As St 0303 (801) Special Topics in Asian Studies I: The Films of Yasujiro Ozu 3 W 19:10-22:10 Richie, D. CL: FMA 0292 (801). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 303 in the same semester. An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required.
Asian Studies 058-322 As St 0303 (802) Special Topics in Asian Studies I: Japanese Politics Today 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Numata, C. CL: Pol Sci 0316 (801). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 303 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 029-950 As St 0303 (803) Special Topics in Asian Studies I: NGOs and International Development 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Shani, G. & Mehta, G. CL: GUS 0305 (801) & Pol Sci 0327 (801). PR: Permission of Undergraduate Program Director, through application (to be announced via E-mail). Applications from upper-level International Affairs or Asian Studies majors preferred. CR: Two weeks of NGO volunteer work in India at a designated time after the end of the semester (details to be announced via E-mail). Notes: Actually class time may vary within the scheduled interval for some class meetings. Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 303 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 028-116 As St 0303 (804) Special Topics in Asian Studies I: The History of Korea 3 T 19:10-22:10 Caprio, M. CL: Hist 0194 (801). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 303 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 093-206 As St 0303 (805) Special Topics in Asian Studies I: History of Japanese Economic Development 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Carbonel, H. CL: Econ 0394 (801)
Asian Studies 058-335 As St 0304 (801) Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Intercultural Marriage 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Morsbach, P. CL: Psych 0320 (801). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 304 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 058-341 As St 0304 (802) Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Peace, Conflict, and Social Change 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Kingston, J. CL: Hist 0102 (801). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 304 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 028-127 As St 0304 (803) Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Japanese Music 3 TTh 19:10-20:40 Blasdel, C. Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 304 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 028-138 As St 0304 (804) Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Manga in Japanese Popular Culture 3 MWF 13:50-14:50 Sutcliffe, P. Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 304 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 058-353 As St 0314 (801) Japan Today 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Kingston, J. CL: Hist 0220 (801).
Biology 058-370 Biol C071 (801) SA Human Biology 4 TTh 10:40-12:10 Wu, J. CR: Bio 071L. Notes: No credit if either Biology C083 or C084 is previously taken.
Biology BIO-711 Biol 071L (801) Human Biology Lab 0 T 13:40-15:40 Faculty CR: Bio C071.
Biology BIO-712 Biol 071L (802) Human Biology Lab 0 T 15:50-17:50 Faculty CR: Bio C071.
Biology 019-812 Biol C080 (801) SB Human Development 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Wu, J. PR: Biology C071.
Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media 088-918 BTMM 0171 (801) Introduction to Radio 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Carr, R. & Lockman, S. PR: BTMM 0011. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Computer and Information Sciences 058-397 CIS C055 (801) SB Computers and Applications 4 TTh 8:30-10:30 Schreiner, G. PR: First-level Core Science Course.
Computer and Information Sciences 058-401 CIS C055 (802) SB Computers and Applications 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Schreiner, G. PR: First-level Core Science Course.
Computer and Information Sciences 058-416 CIS C071 (801) QB Computer Programming in C 4 TTh 8:30-10:30 Judge, T. PR: First-level Core Mathematics course. Notes: No credit for students who have completed CIS C059, CIS C061, CIS 0067 or CIS 0081.
Computer and Information Sciences 058-427 CIS C071 (802) QB Computer Programming in C 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Judge, T. PR: First-level Core Mathematics course. Notes: No credit for students who have completed CIS C059, CIS C061, CIS 0067 or CIS 0081.
Critical Languages 058-438 Cr La 0067 (801) Chinese Elements II 4 T 9:00-11:00 / Th 13:40-15:40 Hayama, S. PR: Cr La 066 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 058-440 Cr La 0070 (801) Japanese Elements I 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Kawate-Mierzejewska, M.
Critical Languages 088-920 Cr La 0070 (802) Japanese Elements I 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Tezuna, H.
Critical Languages 058-452 Cr La 0071 (801) Japanese Elements II 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Yamaguchi, A. PR: Cr La 070 or permission of instructor. CR: .
Critical Languages 058-469 Cr La 0073 (801) Korean Elements II 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Park, I. PR: Cr La 0072 or consent of instructor .
Critical Languages 058-474 Cr La 0121 (801) Japanese Literature in Film 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Nagai, M. CL: As St 0222 (801). Notes: Knowledge of Japanese language not required.
Critical Languages 088-936 Cr La 0140 (801) Oral Intensive Japanese I 3 TTh 13:40-15:10 Okada, C. PR: Cr La 071 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 058-483 Cr La 0171 (801) Japanese Intermediate II 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Kawate-Mierzejewska, M. PR: Cr La C170 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 058-044 Cr La 0200 (801) Oral Intensive Japanese II 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Okada, C. PR: Cr La 171 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 058-066 Cr La 0223 (801) Special Topics in Japanese II: Consecutive Interpreting and Translation 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Saito, H. PR: Native speaker of Japanese or permission of instructor. Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Critical Languages 0223 in the same semester.
Critical Languages 088-947 Cr La 0223 (802) Special Topics in Japanese II: Japanese Communication and Culture II 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Kawate-Mierzejewska, M. Notes: Knowledge of Japanese language not required.
Critical Languages 058-495 Cr La 0271 (801) Japanese Advanced II 3 MWF 10:10-11:10 Yamaguchi, A. PR: Cr La 270 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 058-502 Cr La 0290 (801) Advanced Japanese Writing 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Itaya, C. PR: Eng C051 or equivalent and ative speaker of Japanese or permission of instructor. Notes: Open to native-level speakers of Japanese.
Critical Languages 059-840 Cr La 0331 (801) Introduction to Japanese Linguistics II 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Itaya, C. PR: Eng C051 or equivalent and native speaker of Japanese or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 016-016 Cr La 0370 (801) Japanese Independent Study I: Advanced Japanese Reading I 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Saito, H. PR: Cr La 271 or permission of instructor.
Economics 068-816 Econ C051 (801) IN Macroeconomic Principles 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Frolov, M. Notes: Economics C051 and C052 may be taken in any order.
Economics 068-959 Econ C052 (801) IN Microeconomic Principles 3 TTh 13:40-15:10 Maquito, F. PR: Knowledge of elementary algebra required.
Economics 069-095 Econ 0201 (801) Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Maquito, F. PR: Both Economics C051 and Economics C052. Notes: This theory course is designed for economics, finance, and actuarial science majors with analytical skills.
Economics 089-006 Econ 0235 (801) The History of Modern American Business 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Schrade, W. CL: Am St 0100 (801) & Hist 0176 (801).
Economics 069-254 Econ 0250 (801) International Trade 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Schrade, W. PR: Both Economics C051 and Economics C052.
Economics 069-419 Econ 0394 (801) Special Topics: History of Japanese Economic Development 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Carbonel, H. CL: As St 0303 (805)
PR: Econ C051 and C052; or permission of instructor.
Economics 069-052 Econ W302 (801) WI Economics Writing Seminar 3 MWF 10:10-11:10 Schrade, W. PR: Economics 0201 and 0202.
English 089-019 Engl 0040 (801) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Staff, T. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results. Notes: Until students have completed their English 0040/0041 requirement, they may not enroll in English C050/51 or R050.
English 059-009 Engl 0041 (801) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 TTh 8:30-10:30 Saito, H. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results. Notes: English 0041 is designed to accommodate the needs of the ESL learner. Until students have completed their English 0041 requirement, they may not enroll in English C050/51 or R050.
English 059-014 Engl 0041 (802) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Matsuno, M. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results. Notes: English 0041 is designed to accommodate the needs of the ESL learner. Until students have completed their English 0041 requirement, they may not enroll in English C050/51 or R050.
English 059-037 Engl 0041 (804) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Angel, A. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results. Notes: English 0041 is designed to accommodate the needs of the ESL learner. Until students have completed their English 0041 requirement, they may not enroll in English C050/51 or R050.
English 019-856 Engl C050 (801) CO College Composition 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Cahill, J. PR: "Low/ High Pass" Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "B" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and any upper- level courses in the College of Liberal Arts.
English 028-183 Engl R050 (801) RC College Composition 3 MWF 13:50-14:50 Williams, M. PR: "Low/ High Pass" Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "B" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and upper level CLA courses.
English 50L-801 Engl 050L (801) Library Skills 0 M (1/30) 10:10-11:10 Librarian, T.
English 50L-802 Engl 050L (802) Library Skills 0 T (1/31) 10:40-11:40 Librarian, T.
English 50L-803 Engl 050L (803) Library Skills 0 W (2/1) 13:50-14:50 Librarian, T.
English 50L-804 Engl 050L (804) Library Skills 0 Th (2/2) 15:50-16:50 Librarian, T.
English 50L-805 Engl 050L (805) Library Skills 0 F (2/3) 15:20-16:20 Librarian, T.
English 50L-806 Engl 050L (806) Library Skills 0 M (2/6) 10:10-11:10 Librarian, T.
English 50L-807 Engl 050L (807) Library Skills 0 T (2/7) 10:40-11:40 Librarian, T.
English 50L-808 Engl 050L (808) Library Skills 0 W (2/8) 13:50-14:50 Librarian, T.
English 50L-809 Engl 050L (809) Library Skills 0 Th (2/9) 15:50-16:50 Librarian, T.
English 50L-810 Engl 050L (810) Library Skills 0 F (2/10) 15:20-16:20 Librarian, T.
English 059-046 Engl C051 (801) CO College Composition 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Marak, J. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "C-" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and upper level CLA courses. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 059-058 Engl C051 (802) CO College Composition 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Angel, A. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "C-" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and upper level CLA courses. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 059-060 Engl C051 (803) CO College Composition 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Matsuno, M. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "C-" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and upper level CLA courses. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 059-071 Engl C051 (804) CO College Composition 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Woods, J. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "C-" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and upper level CLA courses. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 059-085 Engl C051 (805) CO College Composition 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Cahill, J. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or a grade of "C-" or better in English 041. CR: Engl 050L. Notes: English C050/ 51 or R050 is a prerequisite for Intellectual Heritage X051 and X052 and upper level CLA courses. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 089-022 Engl C056 (801) AC American Literature 3 MWF 13:50-14:50 Metteer, M.
English 019-881 Engl W101 (801) WI Developing Prose Style 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Sophasarun, N. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
English 059-106 Engl W104 (801) WI Writing for Business and Industry 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Marak, J. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
English 059-122 Engl W107 (801) WI Creative Writing: Poetry 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Nagai, M. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
English 089-035 Engl R110 (801) RS Language and Race 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Williams, M.
English 059-153 Engl W133 (801) WI Shakespeare 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Metteer, M.
English 059-164 Engl 0150 (801) Special Topics: Asian American Literature 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Clark, W. CL: Am St 0154 (801).
English 059-170 Engl W203 (801) WI Advanced Creative Writing: Poetry 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Nagai, M. PR: Engl W107 or permission of instructor.
English 089-041 Engl 0213 (801) History of English Language 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Rosenkjar, P.
Film and Media Arts 059-188 FMA 0101 (801) Media Arts II 4 TTh 13:40-15:40 Carr, R. PR: FMA 0100. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 059-197 FMA X155 (801) AR / WI Introduction to Film and Video Analysis 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Swann, P. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 089-053 FMA 0230 (801) Audio Production 4 TTh 17:30-19:30 Watanabe, S. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core and permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 059-202 FMA 0292 (801) Topics in Film Study: The Films of Yasujiro Ozu 3 W 19:10-22:10 Richie, D. CL: As St 0303 (801). PR: Completion of the basic Communications and Theater core or permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 089-152 FMA 0390 (801) Topics in Media Culture: Theories of Visual Culture 4 TTh 15:50-17:20 Swann, P. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core and permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required. Students will meet for another hour each week in the form of field work, experiential learning, one on one meetings with the instructor, e
Film and Media Arts 020-421 FMA 0393 (801) Topics in Production: NextFrame Production II 4 MWF 17:40-19:00 Neubert, K. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core and permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 014-265 FMA 0396 (801) Special Projects: Neighborhood Narratives 4 MWF 11:20-12:20 Carr, R. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core and permission of instructor. Notes: Field trips and other external work outside of scheduled lecture times will be required. An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Freshman Seminar 059-299 Fr Sem 0051 (801) Learning for the New Century 1 M 13:50-15:10 Hulihan, J. Notes: This course is required of all first-term freshman.
Freshman Seminar 059-300 Fr Sem 0051 (802) Learning for the New Century 1 T 10:40-12:00 Hulihan, J. Notes: This course is required of all first-term freshman.
Freshman Seminar 059-311 Fr Sem 0051 (803) Learning for the New Century 1 Th 13:40-15:00 Hulihan, J. Notes: This course is required of all first-term freshman.
General and Strategic Management 089-169 GSM 0100 (801) Asian Business Perspectives 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Patterson, K. PR: One of: Econ C050, C051, C052 or C055. Notes: One of the five required courses for the Asian Business and Society Certificate. A non-CLA course, but may be used as one of the electives for the Asian Studies major/minor.
Geography and Urban Studies 028-215 GUS C062 (801) IS Geography of World Affairs 3 Th 19:10-22:10 Suganuma, U.
Geography and Urban Studies 028-221 GUS C086 (801) IS East and South Asia 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Cybriwsky, R. CL: As St C086 (801).
Geography and Urban Studies 089-174 GUS 0228 (801) Metropolitan Tokyo 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Cybriwsky, R. CL: As St 0230 (801).
Geography and Urban Studies 089-183 GUS 0305 (801) Special Seminar in Geography and Urban Studies: NGOs and International Development 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Shani, G. & Mehta, G. CL: As St 0303 (803) & Pol Sci 0327 (801). PR: Permission of Undergraduate Program Director, through application (to be announced via E-mail). Applications from upper-level International Affairs or Asian Studies majors preferred. CR: Two weeks of NGO volunteer work in India at a designated time after the end of the semester (details to be announced via E-mail). Notes: Actually class time may vary within the scheduled interval for some class meetings.
Greek, Hebrew, and Roman Classics 089-195 GHRC 0111 (801) Gender in Antiquity 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Jacqmin, C.
History 029-996 Hist C067 (801) AC U.S. History to 1877 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Trosper, E.
History 089-207 Hist 0102 (801) Peace, Conflict, and Social Change 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Kingston, J. CL: As St 0304 (802).
History 059-357 Hist 0116 (801) Introduction to East Asia: Japan 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Morland, C. CL: As St 0116 (801).
History 089-215 Hist 0176 (801) History of the American Economy and American Business 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Schrade, W. CL: Am St 0100 (801) & Econ 0235 (801). Notes: Formerly History 0102 and History 242.
History 028-273 Hist 0194 (801) Topics in Asian History: The History of Korea 3 T 19:10-22:10 Caprio, M. CL: As St 0303 (804). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 303 in the same semester.
History 059-366 Hist 0220 (801) Japan Today 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Kingston, J. CL: As St 0314 (801). Notes: Formerly History 0330.
History 015-458 Hist 0249 (801) Rise of the European Dictators 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Lerch, H.
History 059-379 Hist W388 (801) WI Third World History Writing Seminar: The Japanese Occupation of Southeast Asia 3 W 19:10-22:10 Kingston, J. CL: As St W300 (801). PR: Advanced History major or permission of instructor.
Intellectual Heritage 059-382 IH X051 (801) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 MWF 13:50-14:50 Woods, J. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent. CR: IH 0061 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 059-398 IH X051 (802) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 MWF 10:10-11:10 Jacqmin, C. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent. CR: IH 0061 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 059-404 IH X051 (803) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Roser, L. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent. CR: IH 0061 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 089-221 IH X051 (804) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Jacqmin, C. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent. CR: IH 0061 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 059-410 IH X052 (801) IB Intellectual Heritage II 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Metteer, M. PR: IH X051. CR: IH 0062 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 059-428 IH X052 (802) IB Intellectual Heritage II 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Lerch, H. PR: IH X051. CR: IH 0062 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 020-051 IH X052 (803) IB Intellectual Heritage II 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Jimenez, E. PR: IH X051. CR: IH 0062 (required if student's current cumulative Temple grade point average is below 3.00, optional otherwise).
Intellectual Heritage 059-432 IH 0061 (801) Intellectual Heritage I Lab 1 TTh 10:40-12:10 Castagnaro, P. CR: IH X051, any section.
Intellectual Heritage 059-449 IH 0062 (801) Intellectual Heritage II Lab 1 TTh 13:40-15:10 Castagnaro, P. CR: IH X052, any section.
Journalism 059-461 Jour 0150 (801) Writing for Journalism 3 Th 17:30-20:30 Sophasarun, N. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent. Notes: Departmental core course. This course is the prerequisite for all departmental writing courses. A grade of C or higher is required in order to take upper level JPRA courses. Prior Title: Writing for Mass Media
Marketing 089-239 Mktg 0081 (801) Introduction to Marketing 3 MWF 17:40-18:40 Sarthou, G. PR: Economics C051. CR: Economics C052 (unless previously taken). Notes: Formerly Marketing 0101.
Marketing 070-900 Mktg 0250 (801) International Marketing 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Sarthou, G. PR: Marketing 0081 (formerly Marketing 0101).
Mathematics 059-476 Math C055 (801) QA College Mathematics 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Dotterer, S. PR: Mathematics 45 or appropriate Mathematics placement result.
Mathematics 058-128 Math C077 (801) QA & B Basic Concepts of Calculus 4 MWF 17:40-19:00 Dotterer, S. PR: Mathematics placement test or grade of C- or better in Mathematics C073 or its equivalent.
Physics 059-487 Phys C055 (801) SA Light, Art, and Nature 4 MWF 13:50-15:10 Myers, F.
Physics 059-493 Phys C056 (801) SB Introduction to Astronomy 4 MWF 17:40-19:00 Myers, F. PR: One of the following: Physics C053, Physics C055, or Physics C067.
Political Science 028-296 Pol Sci C052 (801) IS Foreign Governments and Politics 3 MWF 10:10-11:10 Numata, C.
Political Science 059-518 Pol Sci W101 (801) WI Introduction to Political Philosophy 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Jimenez, E.
Political Science 093-178 Pol Sci W262 (801) WI The International Legal Order 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Staff, T.
Political Science 089-242 Pol Sci 0211 (801) Eastern Europe, Russia, and the West 3 MWF 10:10-11:10 Lerch, H.
Political Science 059-554 Pol Sci 0316 (801) Seminar in International Politics: Japanese Politics Today 3 MWF 9:00-10:00 Numata, C. CL: As St 0303 (802).
Political Science 089-250 Pol Sci 0327 (801) Seminar in Public Administration: NGOs and International Development 3 TTh 13:40-15:40 Shani, G. & Mehta, G. CL: As St 0303 (803) & GUS 0305 (801). PR: Permission of Undergraduate Program Director, through application (to be announced via E-mail). Applications from upper-level International Affairs or Asian Studies majors preferred. CR: Two weeks of NGO volunteer work in India at a designated time after the end of the semester (details to be announced via E-mail). Notes: Actually class time may vary within the scheduled interval for some class meetings. Course may be counted as a non-US/non-East Asian elective for International Affairs majors.
Psychology 028-328 Psych C060 (801) IN Psychology as a Social Science 3 MWF 11:20-12:20 Zimmerman, S. Notes: Formerly: Psychology C050. Credit will not be given for this course and Psychology C050.
Psychology 058-132 Psych 0144 (801) Aggression and Violence 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Htun, T. PR: Psychology C060 or Psychology 0070.
Psychology 089-268 Psych 0200 (801) Foundations of Developmental Psychology 3 TTh 10:40-12:10 Pike, K. PR: Psychology C060. Notes: Formerly Psychology 0131/0201.
Psychology 066-848 Psych 0215 (801) Foundations of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3 MWF 13:50-14:50 Zimmerman, S. PR: Psychology C060 (Formerly Psychology C050). Notes: Formerly Psychology 0170.
Psychology 059-589 Psych 0320 (801) Topics in Psychology: Intercultural Marriage 3 TTh 15:50-17:20 Morsbach, P. CL: As St 0304 (801). PR: Completion of Group I and Group II courses.
Religion 059-591 Rel C050 (801) IS Introduction to Asian Religions 3 MWF 16:30-17:30 Roser, L. CL: As St C050 (801).
Religion 028-355 Rel 0119 (801) Japanese Religions 3 MWF 17:40-18:40 Roser, L. CL: As St 0161 (801).
Risk Management and Insurance 070-447 RMI 0001 (801) Introduction to Risk Management 3 TTh 9:00-10:30 Tanaka Nakasone, G. PR: Completion of either Economics C051 or C052, and sophomore standing. Notes: Risk Management and Insurance 0001 is a prerequisite for all other RMI courses.
Sociology 058-155 Soc R059 (801) IN / RS The Sociology of Race and Racism 3 TTh 17:30-19:00 Cleveland, K.
Statistics 071-537 Stat 0022 (801) Selected Statistical Topics 3 MWF 13:50-14:50 Frolov, M. PR: C- or better grade in Statistics C021.
Strategic Organizational Communications 058-161 STOC 0065 (801) Public Speaking 3 TTh 18:00-19:30 Faculty Notes: Students currently taking English 0040/0041 may not register for this course. Formerly Speech Communication 0065.

Special Info Abbreviations

CL
Cross Listed
PR
Prerequisite
CR
Co-Requisite