Summer 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
American Studies 020-129 Am St C051 (811) AC American Lives 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 Rosenkjar, P.
American Studies 020-051 Am St 0100 (811) Topics in American Culture: The Political Culture of Popular Music 3 MWF 15:20-16:50 Horton, L.
American Studies 012-283 Am St W118 (811) WI The American Woman: Visions & Revisions 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Clark, W. CL: Wom St W206 (811). PR: Eng C051 or equivalent.
Anthropology 020-034 Anthro C061 (811) IS Cultures of the World 3 MWF 8:30-10:00 Sumi, A.
Art 012-312 Art C059 (811) AR Introduction to Visual Language: Design 3 MWF 8:00-10:00 Hishiyama, Y. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 020-130 Art C069 (811) AR Introduction to Visual Language: Drawing 3 MW 17:00-20:00 Sakurai, K. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 012-329 Art C079 (811) AR Introduction to Visual Language: Painting 3 TTh 16:40-19:40 Manheim, L. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 012-330 Art C089 (811) AR Introduction to Visual Language: 3D Design 3 MWF 10:10-12:10 Hishiyama, Y. Notes: An extra lab fee of 4,200 yen and extended class time are required.
Art 012-348 Art 0118 (811) Painting II 3 TTh 16:40-19:40 Manheim, L. PR: Art C079. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 020-148 Art 0131 (811) Relief Printmaking I 3 TTh 11:00-14:00 Manheim, L. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 020-156 Art 0140 (811) Drawing II 3 MW 17:00-20:00 Sakurai, K. PR: Art C069. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 012-356 Art 0160 (811) Introduction to Computer Imaging 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Sakurai, K. Notes: An extra lab fee of 4,200 yen and extended class time are required.
Art 020-167 Art 0188 (811) Digital Photography 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Watanabe, S. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 020-175 Art 0189 (811) Intermediate Digital Photography 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Watanabe, S. PR: Art 0188. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 008-961 Art 0390 (811) Advanced Digital Photography 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Watanabe, S. PR: Art 0189. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art History 020-181 Art Hist 0151 (811) American Art 4 MWF 8:00-10:00 Sutcliffe, P. Notes: Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Art History 011-438 Art Hist 0307 (811) East Meets West 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 Murai, N. CL: As St 0370 (811).
Asian Studies 020-209 As St 0116 (811) Introduction to East Asia: Japan 3 MWF 15:20-16:50 Germer, A. & Saaler, S. CL: Hist 0116 (811).
Asian Studies 011-578 As St 0220 (811) Survey of Japanese Literature before 1868 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Nagai, M. CL: Cr La 0220 (811). Notes: Knowledge of Japanese language not required.
Asian Studies 013-129 As St 0223 (811) Ideology and Social Change in Japan 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Cleveland, K. CL: Soc 0297 (811).
Asian Studies 020-099 As St 0230 (811) Metropolitan Tokyo 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 Cybriwsky, R. CL: GUS 0228 (811).
Asian Studies 012-394 As St 0241 (811) East Asia and the United States 3 TTh 19:10-21:30 Buckley, R. CL: Pol Sci 0238 (811).
Asian Studies 012-408 As St 0253 (811) Japanese Culture 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Murai, N. Notes: All study-abroad students are strongly recommended to enroll in Asian Studies 253 in their first term at TUJ.
Asian Studies 012-424 As St 0303 (811) Special Topics in Asian Studies I: Japan and East Asian Development 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Maquito, F. CL: Econ 0394 (811). PR: Econ C051 and C052 or permission of instructor. Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 303 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 012-431 As St 0304 (811) Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Contemporary Japanese-Russian Relations 3 MWF 10:10-11:40 Vassiliouk, S. CL: Pol Sci 0316 (811). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 304 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 016-218 As St 0315 (811) Women and Society in Japan 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Htun, T. CL: Psych 0326 (811) & Wom St 0250 (811).
Asian Studies 011-440 As St 0370 (811) Art History East & West 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 Murai, N. CL: Art Hist 0307 (811).
Biology 011-580 Biol C071 (811) SA Human Biology 4 MWF 10:40-12:10 Wu, J. CR: Bio 071L. Notes: No credit if either Biology C083 or C084 is previously taken.
Biology 71L-811 Biol 071L (811) Human Biology Lab 0 T 14:10-16:10 Faculty CR: Bio C071. Notes: Human Biology Lab will begin on May 16, while the lecture portion of the class will begin on May 17, 2006.
Biology 71L-812 Biol 071L (812) Human Biology Lab 0 T 16:40-18:40 Faculty CR: Bio C071. Notes: Human Biology Lab will begin on May 16, while the lecture portion of the class will begin on May 17, 2006.
Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media 020-112 BTMM 0055 (811) Introduction to Media Management and Organization 3 MW 19:10-21:30 Carr. R.
Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media 012-445 BTMM 0170 (811) Introduction to Television Production 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 Carr, R. PR: BTMM 0070 or permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Broadcasting, Telecommunications and Mass Media 020-223 BTMM 0389 (811) Advanced Topics in Media & Telecommunication: IPod Casting 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Lockman, S. PR: One of: BTMM 0171, BTMM 0271, JPRA/Jour 0216, or permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Computer and Information Sciences 013-034 CIS C055 (811) SB Computers and Applications 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 Tagg, P. PR: First-level Core Science Course.
Computer and Information Sciences 011-603 CIS C071 (811) QB Computer Programming in C 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 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 012-459 Cr La 0070 (811) Japanese Elements I 4 MWF 8:00-10:00 Kawate-Mierzejewska, M.
Critical Languages 020-237 Cr La 0070 (812) Japanese Elements I 4 MWF 8:00-10:00 Tezuna, H.
Critical Languages 020-246 Cr La 0071 (811) Japanese Elements II 4 MWF 10:10-12:10 Tezuna, H.
Critical Languages 013-788 Cr La 0140 (811) Beginning Oral Japanese 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Okada, C. PR: Cr La 071 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 012-462 Cr La 0200 (811) Intensive Oral Japanese 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Okada, C. PR: Cr La 171 or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 011-612 Cr La 0220 (811) Survey of Japanese Literature: Premodern 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Nagai, M. CL: As St 0220 (811). Notes: Knowledge of Japanese language not required.
Critical Languages 020-258 Cr La 0222 (811) Special Topics in Japanese I: Introduction to Consecutive Interpreting 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 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 0222 in the same semester.
Critical Languages 012-477 Cr La 0290 (811) Advanced Japanese Writing 3 MWF 15:20-16:50 Itaya, C. PR: Eng C051 or equivalent and native speaker of Japanese or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 013-099 Cr La 0332 (811) Introduction to Japanese Linguistics III 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Itaya, C. PR: Eng C051 or equivalent and native speaker of Japanese or permission of instructor.
Critical Languages 012-486 Cr La 0370 (811) Japanese Independent Study I: Advanced Japanese Reading & Speaking 1 3 MWF 10:40-12:10 Kawate-Mierzejewska, M. PR: Cr La 271 or permission of instructor.
Dance 013-002 Dance 0040 (811) Jazz Dance I 2 W 17:00-20:00 Hawkins, B.
Economics 012-490 Econ C051 (811) IN Macroeconomic Principles 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Schrade, W. Notes: Economics C051 and C052 may be taken in any order.
Economics 013-043 Econ C052 (811) IN Microeconomic Principles 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Maquito, F. PR: Knowledge of elementary algebra required.
Economics 020-260 Econ C055 (811) IS Global Economics Issues 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 Carbonel, H. PR: Knowledge of elementary algebra. Notes: May not be taken as a substitute for Economics C051, C052, C053, H091, or H092.
Economics 020-271 Econ 0202 (811) Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis 3 MWF 8:30-10:00 Schrade, W. PR: Economics C051 and Economics C052. Notes: This theory course is designed for economics, finance, and actuarial science majors with analytic skills.
Economics 012-514 Econ 0220 (811) Economics of Development and Growth 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Maquito, F. PR: Economics C051 and Economics C052; or permission of instructor.
Economics 012-537 Econ 0394 (811) Topics in Economics: Japan and East Asian Development 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Maquito. F. CL: As St 0303 (811). PR: Economics C051 and Economics C052; or permission of instructor.
English 012-546 Engl 0041 (811) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 MWF 10:10-12:10 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 012-558 Engl 0041 (812) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 MWF 17:00-19:00 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 012-560 Engl 0041 (813) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 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 012-571 Engl 0041 (814) Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 Sophasarun, N. 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 020-305 Engl C050 (811) CO College Composition 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Staff, T. 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 020-285 Engl R050 (811) RC College Composition 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 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. It meets the Core Studies in Race requirement as well as the Core Composition requirement.
English 020-292 Engl R050 (812) RC College Composition 3 MWF 10:10-11:40 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 any upper level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. It meets the Core Studies in Race requirement as well as the Core Composition requirement.
English 012-585 Engl C051 (811) CO College Composition 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 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 any upper-level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 012-592 Engl C051 (812) CO College Composition 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Staff, T. 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 any upper-level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 012-606 Engl C051 (813) CO College Composition 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 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 any upper-level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 013-112 Engl C051 (814) CO College Composition 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 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 any upper-level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 012-619 Engl C051 (815) CO College Composition 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 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 any upper-level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 012-622 Engl C051 (816) CO College Composition 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Sophasarun, N. 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 any upper-level courses in the College of Liberal Arts. Classes are smaller than in English C050, and teachers spend extended time in tutorial conferences with students.
English 50L-811 Engl 050L (811) Library Skills 0 T (6/13) 11:00-12:00 Librarian, T.
English 50L-812 Engl 050L (812) Library Skills 0 W (6/14) 13:40-14:40 Librarian, T.
English 50L-813 Engl 050L (813) Library Skills 0 Th (6/15) 14:10-15:10 Librarian, T.
English 50L-814 Engl 050L (814) Library Skills 0 F (6/16) 15:20-16:20 Librarian, T.
English 50L-815 Engl 050L (815) Library Skills 0 M (6/19) 10:10-11:10 Librarian, T.
English 50L-816 Engl 050L (816) Library Skills 0 T (6/20) 11:00-12:00 Librarian, T.
English 50L-817 Engl 050L (817) Library Skills 0 W (6/21) 13:40-14:40 Librarian, T.
English 50L-818 Engl 050L (818) Library Skills 0 Th (6/22) 14:10-15:10 Librarian, T.
English 012-955 Engl W104 (811) WI Writing for Business and Industry 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Marak, J. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
English 012-653 Engl W108 (811) WI Creative Writing: Fiction 3 MWF 10:10-11:40 Nagai, M. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
English 020-336 Engl 0117 (811) Survey of American Literature II 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Clark, W. Notes: Required for all English majors. Should be taken before most upper-level courses.
English 020-347 Engl R125 (811) RS African-American Literature I 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Williams, M. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
English 012-670 Engl W202 (811) WI Advanced Creative Writing: Fiction 3 MWF 10:10-11:40 Nagai, M. PR: Engl W108 or equivalent or permission of instructor.
Environmental Engineering Technology 011-629 Envt C010 (811) SB Introduction to the Environment 3 MWF 10:40-12:10 Myers, F. PR: Completion of Core Science and Technology A-level course with a grade of C- or better.
Film and Media Arts 020-065 FMA 0102 (811) The Production of Media Culture 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Swann, P. CL: Jour C055 (811). Notes: Credit not available for more than one of JPRA/Jour C055, FMA 0102 and BTMM 0020.
Film and Media Arts 020-484 FMA 0201 (811) Writing for Media I 4 MWF 10:10-12:10 Carr, R. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core is required before taking this course or permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 020-354 FMA 0241 (811) Experimental Video and Multi-Media 4 TTh 16:40-19:00 Watanabe, S. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core is required before taking this course, or permission of instructor. Notes: An extra lab fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 020-078 FMA W360 (811) WI History of Documentary 4 TTh 11:00-14:00 Swann, P. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core or permission of the instructor.
Film and Media Arts 012-700 FMA 0394 (811) Topics in Production: NextFrame Production III 4 MWF 17:00-19:00 Neubert, K. PR: Completion of the basic FMA core or permission of instructor.
Freshman Seminar 012-216 Fr Sem 0051 (811) Learning for the New Century 1 M 15:20-16:50 Hulihan, J. Notes: This course is recommended for all Temple freshmen (first-year students) but will count for credit only if taken among the student's first 30 credits in the Temple system.
Freshman Seminar 012-227 Fr Sem 0051 (812) Learning for the New Century 1 W 15:20-16:50 Hulihan, J. Notes: This course is recommended for all Temple freshmen (first-year students) but will count for credit only if taken among the student's first 30 credits in the Temple system.
Freshman Seminar 012-238 Fr Sem 0051 (813) Learning for the New Century 1 F 15:20-16:50 Hulihan, J. Notes: This course is recommended for all Temple freshmen (first-year students) but will count for credit only if taken among the student's first 30 credits in the Temple system.
Geography and Urban Studies 020-103 GUS 0228 (811) Metropolitan Tokyo 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 Cybriwsky, R. CL: As St 0230 (811).
History 021-701 Hist C063 (811) IS War and Society 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Karsner, D.
History 020-363 Hist C068 (811) AC U.S. History since 1877 3 MWF 8:30-10:00 Trosper, E.
History 020-389 Hist 0116 (811) Introduction to East Asia: Japan 3 MWF 15:20-16:20 Germer, A. & Saaler, S. CL: As St 0116 (811).
History 012-711 Hist R161 (811) RS African American History to 1865 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Williams, M. Notes: Formerly History R233.
History 020-391 Hist 0231 (811) Modern Middle East 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Kholoussy, H. Notes: Formerly History 0315.
History 012-757 Hist 0291 (811) Superpower America 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Karsner, D. Notes: Formerly History 0249.
Intellectual Heritage 012-779 IH X051 (811) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 MWF 8:30-10:00 Jacqmin, C. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
Intellectual Heritage 012-782 IH X051 (812) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Jacqmin, C. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
Intellectual Heritage 012-798 IH X051 (813) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Roser, L. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
Intellectual Heritage 020-407 IH X051 (814) IA Intellectual Heritage I 3 TTh 8:30-10:50 Roser, L. PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
Intellectual Heritage 012-949 IH X052 (811) IB Intellectual Heritage II 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Metteer, M. PR: IH X051.
Intellectual Heritage 012-802 IH X052 (812) IB Intellectual Heritage II 3 MWF 15:20-16:50 Metteer, M. PR: IH X051.
Intellectual Heritage 020-415 IH X052 (813) IB Intellectual Heritage II 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Rosenkjar, P. PR: IH X051.
Journalism 020-080 Jour C055 (811) IN Journalism and Society 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Swann, P. CL: FMA 0102 (811). Notes: Credit not available for more than one of JPRA/Jour C055, FMA 0102 and BTMM 0020. Departmental core course. Normally taken as the first Journalism course. A grade of C or higher is required in order to take higher level Journalism courses. Prior title: "Introduction to Mass Media".
Mathematics 012-834 Math C055 (811) QA College Mathematics 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Dotterer, S. PR: Mathematics 45 or appropriate Mathematics placement result.
Mathematics 012-843 Math C055 (812) QA College Mathematics 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Wu, J. PR: Mathematics 45 or appropriate Mathematics placement result.
Mathematics 013-078 Math C065 (811) QB Elements of Mathematical Thought 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Dotterer, S. PR: Completion of a Core Quantitative Reasoning A-level course with a grade of C- or better.
Music Studies 012-252 Mus St C061 (811) AR Introduction to Music 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Horton, L. Notes: For non-music majors.
Music Studies 020-043 Mus St C062 (811) IS Introduction to World Music 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Horton, L.
Physics 011-667 Phys C055 (811) SA Light, Art, and Nature 4 MWF 8:00-10:00 Myers, F.
Political Science 011-675 Pol Sci C051 (811) AC The American Political System 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Numata, C.
Political Science 020-421 Pol Sci C053 (811) IS International Politics 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Buckley, R.
Political Science 012-865 Pol Sci 0238 (811) East Asia and the United States 3 TTh 19:10-21:30 Buckley, R. CL: As St 0241 (811).
Political Science 020-442 Pol Sci 0316 (811) Seminar in International Politics: Contemporary Japanese-Russian Relations 3 MWF 10:10-11:40 Vassiliouk, S. CL: As St 0304 (811). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Political Science 0316 in the same semester.
Psychology 020-450 Psych C060 (811) IN Psychology as a Social Science 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Zimmerman, S. Notes: Formerly: Psychology C050. Credit will not be given for this course and Psychology C050.
Psychology 012-878 Psych 0070 (811) Psychology as a Natural Science 3 MWF 13:40-15:10 Zimmerman, S. Notes: Formerly: Psychology 0051. Credit will not be given for this course and Psychology 0051.
Psychology 016-157 Psych W123 (811) WI Scientific Thinking in Psychology 4 MWF 10:10-12:10 Zimmerman, S. PR: Either Statistics C021 or Psychology C067 AND either Psychology C060 or Psychology 0070. Notes: Formerly Psychology W200/Psychology W100.
Psychology 020-496 Psych 0326 (811) Topics in Psychology: Women and Society in Japan 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Htun, T. CL: As St 0315 (811) & Wom St 0250 (811). PR: Completion of Group I and Group II courses. Notes: No credit for students who have taken Psychology 0320 with the same topic. Counts as a Psychology 0320-level Group IV course for Psychological Studies majors.
Sociology 013-103 Soc R059 (811) IN / RS The Sociology of Race and Racism 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Cleveland, K.
Sociology 013-130 Soc 0297 (811) Ideology and Social Change in Japan 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Cleveland, K. CL: As St 0223 (811).
Statistics 012-904 Stat C021 (811) QB Statistical Methods and Concepts 3 MWF 10:10-11:40 Schrade, W. PR: C- or better grade in Statistics C011 or H091, or in Mathematics C055, C075, or C085.
Strategic Organizational Communications 012-910 STOC 0065 (811) Public Speaking 3 TTh 19:10-21:30 Faculty Notes: Students currently taking English 0040/0041 may not register for this course. Formerly Speech Communication 0065.
Theater 020-473 Theat C110 (811) AR Theater: The Collaborative Art 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Jacqmin, C. Notes: An extra lab fee of 3,150 yen is required.
Tourism and Hospitality Management 011-534 THM X080 (811) AC / WI Leisure in American Culture 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Shapiro, I.
Tourism and Hospitality Management 011-526 THM 0100 (811) Career Orientation in Sport, Recreation, Tourism, and Hospitality 3 TTh 14:10-16:30 Shapiro, I.
Tourism and Hospitality Management 011-502 THM 0102 (811) Introduction to Tourism and Hospitality 3 MWF 15:20-16:50 Goldblatt, J.
Tourism and Hospitality Management 011-517 THM 0200 (811) Program and Special Event Planning 3 MWF 17:00-18:30 Goldblatt, J.
Women's Studies 012-928 Wom St W206 (811) WI The American Woman: Visions and Revisions 3 TTh 16:40-19:00 Clark, W. CL: Am St W118 (811). PR: Engl C051 or equivalent.
Women's Studies 020-214 Wom St 0250 (811) Women and Society in Japan 3 TTh 11:00-13:20 Htun, T. CL: As St 0315 (811) & Psych 0326 (811).

Special Info Abbreviations

CL
Cross Listed
PR
Prerequisite
CR
Co-Requisite