Summer 2014 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.

All TUJ students must complete English 0802/0812, or equivalent, with C- or higher in order to take Upper Division courses numbered 2000-4999 and Writing Intensive (WI) courses.

Last update: May 29, 2014

Department CRN Course Prior GenEd Title Cr Day&Time Instructor Special Info
Accounting 4373 Acct 2101 (811) 0001 Financial Accounting 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Sigaty, D.
Accounting 4372 Acct 2102 (811) 0002 Managerial Accounting 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Sigaty, D. PR: Acct 2101 (0001).
American Studies 4358 Am St 0862 (811) GU First Person America 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Clark, W. Notes: This course fulfills the U.S. Society (GU) requirement for students under GenEd and American Culture (AC) for students under Core.
American Studies 4317 Am St 2217 (811) 0156 The Vietnam War 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Karsner, D. CL: As St 2217 (811) & Hist 2217 (811).
Anthropology 4368 Anthro 0817 (811) 1021 GB Youth Cultures 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Horiguchi, S. Notes: This course fulfills the Human Behavior (GB) requirement for students under GenEd and Individual & Society (IN) for students under Core.
Anthropology 4369 Anthro 0867 (811) 1061 GG World Regions and Cultures: Diversity and Interconnections 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Horiguchi, S. Notes: This course fulfills the World Society (GG) requirement for students under GenEd and International Studies (IS) for students under Core. No credit for students who have taken Anthropology 1061 (C061).
Anthropology 4370 Anthro 2238 (811) 0238 The Visual Anthropology of Modern Japan 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Horiguchi, S. CL: As St 2238 (801).
Anthropology 4365 Anthro 2373 (811) 0253 Japanese Culture 3 TTh
8:45-11:00
Mock, J. CL: As St 2373 (811).
Art 4395 Art 1501 (811) C059 Introduction to Visual Language: Design 3 MWF
8:40-11:50
Watanabe, S. Notes: This class meets with the instructor from 9:20 to 11:50. An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4406 Art 2301 (811) 0131 Relief Printmaking 3 MWF
12:00-15:40
Rouse, L. Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4407 Art 2302 (811) 0231 Intermediate Printmaking: Relief 3 MWF
12:00-15:40
Rouse, L. PR: Art 2301 (0131). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4408 Art 2601 (811) 0160 Computer Imaging 3 TTh
8:45-14:10
Tsai, P. Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4414 Art 2605 (811) 0165 Internet Imaging 3 MWF
15:50-19:30
Watanabe, S. PR: Art 2601 (0160) or Art 2811 (0188). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4409 Art 2811 (811) 0188 Art Photography: Digital 3 TTh
14:20-19:45
Tsai, P. Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4410 Art 2812 (811) 0189 Intermediate Art Photography: Digital 3 MWF
12:00-15:40
Watanabe, S. PR: Art 2811 (0188). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4411 Art 3813 (811) 0390 Advanced Art Photography: Digital 3 MWF
12:00-15:40
Watanabe, S. PR: Art 2812 (0189). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4412 Art 4848 (811) 0381 Art Photography Workshop 3 MWF
12:00-15:40
Watanabe, S. PR: Art 3813 (0390). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art 4413 Art 4849 (811) 0382 Art Photography Portfolio 3 MWF
12:00-15:40
Watanabe, S. PR: Art 3813 (0390). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen and extended class (studio) time are required.
Art History 4291 Art Hist 1801 (811) C052 Arts of Asia 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Tsuruya, M. CL: As St 1802 (811). Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Art History 4297 Art Hist 2815 (811) 0215 Japanese Art 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Tsuruya, M. CL: As St 2815 (811). Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Asian Studies 4292 As St 1802 (811) C054 Arts of Asia 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Tsuruya, M. CL: Art Hist 1801 (811). Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Asian Studies 4300 As St 2000 (811) 0303 Special Topics in Asian Studies I: Manga in Japanese Popular Culture 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Galbraith, P. Notes: An extra media fee of 8,400 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 2000 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 4318 As St 2217 (811) 0256 The Vietnam War 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Karsner, D. CL: Am St 2217 (811) & Hist 2217 (811).
Asian Studies 4371 As St 2238 (811) 0338 The Visual Anthropology of Modern Japan 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Horiguchi, S. CL: Anthro 2238 (801).
Asian Studies 4366 As St 2373 (811) 0253 Japanese Culture 3 TTh
8:45-11:00
Mock, J. CL: Anthro 2373 (811).
Asian Studies 4298 As St 2815 (811) 0270 Japanese Art 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Tsuruya, M. CL: Art Hist 2815 (811). Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Asian Studies 4299 As St 3000 (811) 0304 Special Topics in Asian Studies II: Anime in Japanese Popular Culture 3 TTh
19:10-21:25
Galbraith, P. Notes: An extra media fee of 8,400 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class. Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 3000 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 5058 As St 3030 (811) Special Topics in Asian Studies III: Japan's International Relations 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Brown, J. CL: Pol Sci 3510 (811). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Asian Studies 3030 in the same semester.
Asian Studies 4349 As St 3541 (811) 0314 Japan Today 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Kingston, J. CL: Hist 3541 (811).
Asian Studies 4343 As St 3542 (811) 0315 Women and Society in Japan 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Htun, T. CL: Psych 3620 (811) & Wom St 3542 (811). PR: For Psychological Studies majors, Psychology 2196; for non-majors, Psychology 1061 (C060).
Asian Studies 4347 As St 4696 (811) W311 WI Modern Japan: Empire, War, Society 3 MWF
17:30-19:00
Kingston, J. CL: Hist 4697 (811).
Biology 4364 Biol 0848 (811) GS DNA: Friend or Foe 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Hornia, A. Notes: This course fulfills a Science & Technology (GS) requirement for students under GenEd and Science & Technology First Level (SA) or Second Level (SB) for students under Core.
Communication Studies 4275 Comm St 1111 (811) Communication and Public Life 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Carr, R. Notes: An extra media fee of 8,400 yen is required. Field trips are mandatory in this class.
Economics 4383 Econ 1101 (811) C051 Macroeconomic Principles 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Kahy, H.
Economics 4385 Econ 1102 (811) C052 Microeconomic Principles 3 MWF
13:40-15:10
Tanaka, M. PR: Knowledge of elementary algebra required.
Economics 4547 Econ 3502 (811) 0202 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis 3 MWF
8:40-10:10
Kahy, H. PR: Economics 1101 (C051) and 1102 (C052). Notes: This theory course is designed for economics, finance, and actuarial science majors with analytic skills. It is required for all Economics majors. Not recommended for non-majors who earned less than B- in Economics 1101 or 1102.
Economics 5050 Econ 3544 (811) Computer Based Modeling 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Kadota, M. PR: Economics 1101 (C051), 1102 (C052), Econ3501, Econ 3502, and Math 1031.
Economics 4382 Econ 3563 (811) 0250 International Trade 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Maquito, F. PR: Economics 1101 (C051) and 1102 (C052). Notes: Not recommended for non-majors who earned less than B- in Economics 1101 or 1102.
Economics 4387 Econ 3564 (811) 0251 International Monetary Economics 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Tanaka, M. PR: Economics 1101 (C051) and 1102 (C052). Notes: Not recommended for non-majors who earned less than B- in Economics 1101 or 1102.
Economics 4384 Econ 3596 (811) W255 WI Energy, Ecology, and Economy 3 TTh
8:45-11:00
Maquito, F. PR: Economics 1101 (C051) and 1102 (C052).
Economics 4386 Econ 3598 (811) W302 WI Economics Writing Seminar 3 MWF
13:40-15:10
Kahy, H. PR: Economics 3501 (0201) and 3502 (0202).
Environmental Studies 4360 En St 0842 (811) 1041 GS Sustainable Environments 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Myers, F. Notes: This course fulfills a Science & Technology (GS) requirement for students under GenEd and Science & Technology First Level (SA) or Second Level (SB) for students under Core.
English 4263 Engl 0701 (811) 0040 Introduction to Academic Discourse 4 TTh
11:10-14:10
Chozick, M.
English 4264 Engl 0711 (811) 0041 Introduction to Academic Discourse ESL 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Ahn, S.
English 4271 Engl 0711 (812) 0041 Introduction to Academic Discourse ESL 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Matsuno, M.
English 4266 Engl 0802 (811) 1002 GW Analytical Reading and Writing 4 TTh
16:45-19:45
Chozick, M. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or Engl 0701 (previously 1001/0040). Notes: English 0802 is a prerequisite for Mosaic 0851/0852 (formerly Intellectual Heritage 1196 and 1297) and any upper-level writing courses in the College of Liberal Arts.
English 4267 Engl 0802 (812) 1002 GW Analytical Reading and Writing 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Williams, M. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or Engl 0701 (previously 1001/0040). Notes: English 0802 is a prerequisite for Mosaic 0851/0852 (formerly Intellectual Heritage 1196 and 1297) and any upper-level writing courses in the College of Liberal Arts.
English 4268 Engl 0812 (811) 1012 GW Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Angel, A. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or Engl 0701 or Engl 0711 (previously 1001/0040 or 1011/0041). Notes: English 0812 is a prerequisite for Mosaic 0851/0852 (formerly Intellectual Heritage 1196 and 1297) and any upper-level writing courses in the College of Liberal Arts.
English 4269 Engl 0812 (812) 1012 GW Analytical Reading and Writing: ESL 4 MWF
8:10-10:10
Angel, A. PR: Appropriate Writing Placement Test results or Engl 0701 or Engl 0711 (previously 1001/0040 or 1011/0041). Notes: English 0812 is a prerequisite for Mosaic 0851/0852 (formerly Intellectual Heritage 1196 and 1297) and any upper-level writing courses in the College of Liberal Arts.
English 4357 Engl 0815 (811) 1022 GB Language in Society 3 TTh
8:45-11:00
Rosenkjar, P. Notes: This course fulfills the Human Behavior (GB) requirement for students under GenEd and Individual & Society (IN) for students under Core. Students cannot receive credit for this course if they have successfully completed any of the following: Anthro 0815, Asian Studies 0815, Chinese 0815, Educ 0815, Italian 0815, Psych 0815, Russian 0815, Spanish 0815, or CSC+DIS 0815.
English 4380 Engl 2007 (811) Writing for Business and Industry 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Bedard, B. Notes: Students who have earned credit for English 2596 will not earn additional credit for this course.
Film and Media Arts 4276 FMA 1172 (811) 0155 Introduction to Film and Video Analysis 3 MWF
15:50-17:50
Carr, R. Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen and extended class (screening) time are required.
Film and Media Arts 4279 FMA 2551 (811) 0257 Editing Film and Video 4 TTh
16:45-19:45
Lipartito, J. PR: FMA 1141 (0100). Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 4288 FMA 2670 (811) 0292 Topics in Film Study: Visual Music 4 TTh
11:10-14:10
Greenbaum, M. & Takaoka, A. Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen is required.
Film and Media Arts 4274 FMA 4674 (811) 0361 Anthropological Film/Media 3 MWF
13:40-15:40
Herrera, I. Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen and extended class (screening) time are required.
History 4362 Hist 0832 (811) GD Politics of Identity 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Williams, M. Notes: This course fulfills the Race & Diversity (GD) requirement for students under GenEd and Studies in Race (RS) for students under Core. Students cannot receive credit for this course if they have successfully completed POLS 0832, SOC 0832 or Women's Studies 0832/0932.
History 4367 Hist 0834 (811) 1063 GD Representing Race 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Mock, J. Notes: This course fulfills the Race & Diversity (GD) requirement for students under GenEd and Studies in Race (RS) for students under Core.
History 4359 Hist 0849 (811) 0061 GU Dissent in America 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Clark, W. Notes: This course fulfills the U.S. Society (GU) requirement for students under GenEd and American Culture (AC) for students under Core.
History 4363 Hist 2104 (811) R162 African American History 1865-Present 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Williams, M.
History 4319 Hist 2217 (811) 0183 Vietnam War 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Karsner, D. CL: Am St 2217 (811) & As St 2217 (811).
History 4346 Hist 3229 (811) 0291 Superpower America 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Kingston, J.
History 4315 Hist 3280 (811) 0329 Topics in American History: The History of Rock & Roll 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Horton, L. & Karsner, D.
History 4350 Hist 3541 (811) 0220 Japan Today 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Kingston, J. CL: As St 3541 (811).
History 4348 Hist 4697 (811) W340 WI Modern Japan: Empire, War, Society 3 MWF
17:30-19:00
Kingston, J. CL: As St 4696 (811).
International Business Studies 4378 IBS 3101 (811) Introduction to Global Finance 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Shimura, H. PR: Acct 2102. Economics 3563 or 3564 are recommended.
International Business Studies 4379 IBS 4197 (811) WI Global Business Overview 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Shimura, H. PR: IBS 3101.
Intellectual Heritage 4353 IH 0851 (811) GY Mosaic: Humanities Seminar I 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Roser, L. PR: English Composition or equivalent.
Intellectual Heritage 4356 IH 0851 (812) GY Mosaic: Humanities Seminar I 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Rosenkjar, P. PR: English Composition or equivalent.
Intellectual Heritage 4351 IH 0852 (811) GZ Mosaic: Humanities Seminar II 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Childs, M. PR: IH 0851 (1196).
Intellectual Heritage 4352 IH 0852 (812) GZ Mosaic: Humanities Seminar II 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Childs, M. PR: IH 0851 (1196).
Japanese 4303 Japanese 1001 (811) Cr La C070 Japanese Elements I 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Tamegai, S.
Japanese 4304 Japanese 1002 (811) Cr La C071 Japanese Elements II 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Yamaguchi, A. PR: Japanese 1001 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4305 Japanese 1003 (811) Cr La 0140 Beginning Oral Japanese: Oral Intensive I 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Saito, J. PR: Japanese 1002 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4306 Japanese 1301 (811) Kanji I 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Ichimura, Y. PR: Japanese 1001 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4307 Japanese 2003 (811) Cr La 0200 Intensive Oral Japanese: Oral Intensive II 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Okada, C. PR: Japanese 2702 or appropriate placement for 3 credit TUJ sections of Japanese 2003.
Japanese 4308 Japanese 2301 (811) Kanji II 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Yamaguchi, A. PR: Japanese 1301 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4309 Japanese 2701 (811) Japanese Intermediate I: TUJ 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Osada, R. PR: Japanese 1002 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4310 Japanese 2702 (811) Japanese Intermediate II: TUJ 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Ichimura, Y. PR: Japanese 2701 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4311 Japanese 3001 (811) Cr La 0270 Japanese Advanced I 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Osada, R. PR: Japanese 2702 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4312 Japanese 3002 (811) Cr La 0271 Japanese Advanced II 3 MWF
8:40-10:10
Tamegai, S. PR: Japanese 3001 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4313 Japanese 4001 (811) Japanese Advanced III 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Okada, C. PR: Japanese 3002 or appropriate placement.
Japanese 4314 Japanese 4002 (811) Japanese Advanced IV 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Saito, J. PR: Japanese 4001 or appropriate placement.
Journalism 4278 Jour 1111 (811) 0055 Journalism and Society 3 MWF
17:30-19:00
Herrera, I. Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required.
Journalism 4280 Jour 3708 (811) Newsroom Management 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Lipartito, J. PR: JRN 1111 or CMST 2111. Notes: An extra media fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Journalism 4388 Jour 3751 (811) 0359 Foreign Studies in Journalism: Japanese Contemporary Media Culture (Study Abroad Program) 6 TTh
11:10-16:35
Darling-Wolf, F. PR: Permission of major coordinator and Study Abroad Coordinator. Notes: Additional field work and weekend coursework required (to be arranged). A six week summer intensive course primarily for summer study abroad students.
Mathematics 4262 Math 0701 (811) 0045 Elementary Algebra 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Wu, J. PR: Appropriate Mathematics placement result. Notes: Special group tutoring for this class will be run in the Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) from 12:00-13:30 on class days after the first week of classes. Perhaps you would like to keep this time open in your schedule. Other group sessions may be available, as well. Contact the TLC for further details.
Mathematics 4374 Math 0823 (811) 1051 GQ Math for a Digital World 4 MWF
17:30-19:30
Bedard, B. PR: Mathematics placement, a grade of C- or higher in Math 0701 (0045), or transfer credit for Math 0701 (0045). Notes: This course fulfills the Quantitative Literacy (GQ) requirement for students under GenEd and a Quantitative Reasoning (QA or QB) requirement for students under Core.
Mathematics 4302 Math 0824 (811) 1052 GQ Mathematical Patterns 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Dotterer, S. PR: Mathematics placement, a grade of C- or higher in Math 0701 (0045), or transfer credit for Math 0701 (0045). Notes: This course fulfills the Quantitative Literacy (GQ) requirement for students under GenEd and a Quantitative Reasoning (QA or QB) requirement for students under Core.
Mathematics 4376 Math 1021 (811) C073 College Algebra 4 MWF
13:40-15:40
Kadota, M. PR: Mathematics placement, a grade of C or better in Math 0701 (0045) or Math 0702, or transfer credit for Math 0701 (0045) or Math 0702. Notes: This course can be used to satisfy the university Core Quantitative Reasoning A (QA) requirement. Although it may be usable towards graduation as a major requirement or university elective, it cannot be used to satisfy any of the university GenEd requirements.
Mathematics 4377 Math 1031 (811) C077 GQ Differential and Integral Calculus 4 MWF
8:10-10:10
Kadota, M. PR: Mathematics placement, grade of C or better in Math 1021 (C073), or transfer credit for Math 1021 (C073). Notes: This course can be used to satisfy the university Core Quantitative Reasoning B (QB) requirement or the GenEd Quantitative Literacy (GQ) requirement.
Mathematics 4301 Math 2031 (811) 0133 Probability and Statistics 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Dotterer, S. PR: Math 1031 (C077) with a grade of C- or higher or two semesters of calculus.
Media Studies and Production (BTMM) 4277 MSP 3196 (811) WI Writing Workshop 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Carr, R. Notes: An extra media fee of 8,400 yen is required.
Media Studies and Production (BTMM) 4282 MSP 4445 (811) Media Images and Analysis 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Herrera, I. PR: MSP (BTMM) 1021. Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required.
Music Studies 4325 Mus St 0809 (811) 1015 GA World Musics & Cultures 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Horton, L. Notes: This course fulfills the Arts (GA) requirement for students under GenEd and Arts (AR) for students under Core.
Music Studies 4326 Mus St 0812 (811) GA Exploring Music 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Horton, L. Notes: This course fulfills the Arts (GA) requirement for students under GenEd and Arts (AR) for students under Core.
Organizational Studies 4375 ORGS 3000 (811) Topics in Organizational Studies: Technology in International Business 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Ford, M. & Kajikawa, T.
Physics 4361 Phys 0846 (811) C065 GS Universe As We Know It 3 MWF
17:30-19:00
Myers, F. Notes: This course fulfills a Science & Technology (GS) requirement for students under GenEd and Science & Technology First Level (SA) or Second Level (SB) for students under Core.
Political Science 4329 Pol Sci 0859 (811) 1079 GU The Making of American Society: Melting Pot or Culture Wars? 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Numata, C. Notes: This course fulfills the U.S. Society (GU) requirement for students under GenEd and American Culture (AC) for students under Core.
Political Science 4324 Pol Sci 0864 (811) GG War and Peace 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Karsner, D. Notes: This course fulfills the World Society (GG) requirement for students under GenEd and International Studies (IS) for students under Core.
Political Science 4327 Pol Sci 1201 (811) C052 Foreign Governments and Politics 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Kakizaki, M.
Political Science 4330 Pol Sci 1301 (811) C053 International Politics 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Kakizaki, M.
Political Science 4328 Pol Sci 2321 (811) 0261 Politics of the Global Economy 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Hearn, E. PR: Political Science 1301 (C053).
Political Science 4332 Pol Sci 3151 (811) 0151 Public Policy Analysis 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Numata, C.
Political Science 4331 Pol Sci 3510 (811) Special Topics: Research Preparation Seminar: Japan's International Relations 3 MWF
15:50-17:20
Brown, J. CL: As St 3030 (811).
Political Science 4877 Pol Sci 4320 (811) 0316 Seminar in International Politics: Eurasian Politics -The International Affairs of Russia, Central Asia, and the Caucasus 3 MWF
13:40-15:10
Brown, J. Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Pol Sci 4320 in the same semester.
Psychology 4273 Psych 1061 (811) C060 Psychology as a Social Science 3 TTh
11:55-14:10
Yamamiya, Y.
Psychology 4336 Psych 1071 (811) 0070 Psychology as a Natural Science 3 MWF
10:20-11:50
Zimmerman, S. Notes: Credit will not be given for this course and Psychology 0051.
Psychology 4337 Psych 2101 (811) 0230 Foundations of Cognitive Psychology 3 TTh
8:45-11:00
Joyce, T. PR: For majors, Psychology 1071 (0070); for non-majors, Psychology 1061 (C060).
Psychology 4338 Psych 2102 (811) 0240 Foundations of Evolutionary and Comparative Psychology 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Morsbach, H. PR: Psychology 1071 (0070).
Psychology 4717 Psych 2201 (811) 0220 Foundations of Psychopathology 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Yamamiya, Y. PR: Psychology 1061 (C060).
Psychology 4340 Psych 2402 (811) 0215 Foundations of Industrial and Organizational Psychology 3 MWF
12:00-13:30
Zimmerman, S. PR: For majors, Psychology 1061 (0060) and Psychology science requirement; for non-majors, Psychology 1061 (C060).
Psychology 4339 Psych 3151 (811) 0351 Direct Applications of Behavioral Principles 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Skowronski, D. PR: Psychology 2103 and Psychology 2196.
Psychology 4344 Psych 3620 (811) 0326 Topics in Psychology: Women and Society in Japan 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Htun, T. CL: As St 3542 (811) & Wom St 3542 (811). PR: For Psychological Studies majors, Psychology 2196; for non-majors, Psychology 1061 (C060). Notes: Students may not concurrently register for more than one section of Psychology 3620 in the same semester.
Religion 4354 Rel 0811 (811) GB Asian Behavior & Thought: Four Asian Models Shaping Your Action 3 MWF
8:40-10:10
Roser, L. Notes: This course fulfills the Human Behavior (GB) requirement for students under GenEd and Individual & Society (IN) for students under Core.
Strategic Communication 4281 STRC 3336 (811) Argumentation 3 TTh
16:45-19:00
Parham, C. Notes: An extra media fee of 4,200 yen is required.
Theater 4287 Theat 0825 (811) 1201 GA The Art of Acting 3 TTh
14:20-16:35
Roberts, W. Notes: An extra media fee of 12,600 yen is required. This course fulfills the Arts (GA) requirement for students under GenEd and Arts (AR) for students under Core. Students cannot receive credit for this course if they have successfully completed Theater 0925, 1201 or C025.
Undergraduate Bridge Program BR400A Bridge 0400 (811) Bridge Tutorial 0 MWF
8:40-10:10
Hulihan, J. & Schmitz, K. PR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment. CR: English 0815 (811).
Undergraduate Bridge Program BR400B Bridge 0400 (812) Bridge Tutorial 0 MWF
15:50-17:20
Schmitz, K. & Hulihan, J. PR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment. CR: English 0815 (811).
Undergraduate Bridge Program BR400C Bridge 0400 (813) Bridge Tutorial 0 MWF
17:30-19:00
Schmitz, K. & Hulihan, J. PR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment. CR: English 0815 (811).
Undergraduate Bridge Program BR600A Bridge 0600 (811) Workshop for Foundations of Academic Writing 0 MWF
12:00-13:30
Staff, T. PR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.
Undergraduate Bridge Program BR610A Bridge 0610 (811) Foundations of Academic Writing 0 TTh
11:10-14:10
Staff, T. PR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment.
Undergraduate Bridge Program BR800A Bridge 0800 (811) General Education Support 0 MWF
10:20-11:50
Staff, T. PR: Undergraduate Bridge Program enrollment. CR: English 0815 (811).
University Seminar 4341 Uni Sem 1001 (811) First Year Seminar I: Undergraduate Bridge Program I Seminar 1 M
13:40-15:40
Zimmerman, S. CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program I. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with Academic English Program for details.
University Seminar 4342 Uni Sem 1002 (811) First Year Seminar II: Undergraduate Bridge Program II Seminar 1 W
13:40-15:40
Zimmerman, S. CR: Enrollment in Undergraduate Bridge Program II. Notes: Not open to general enrollment. Please consult with Academic English Program for details.
Women's Studies 4345 Wom St 3542 (811) 0250 Women and Society in Japan 3 TTh
11:10-13:25
Htun, T. CL: As St 3542 (811) & Psych 3620 (811). PR: For Psychological Studies majors, Psychology 2196; for non-majors, Psychology 1061 (C060).

GenEd Abbreviations

GW
Analytical Reading & Writing
GY & GZ
Mosaic I & II
GQ
Quantitative Literacy
GA
Arts
GB
Human Behavior
GD
Diversity & Race
GG
Global/World Society
GS
Science & Technology
GU
U.S. Society

Special Info Abbreviations

CL
Cross Listed
PR
Prerequisite
CR
Co-Requisite