Spring 2010

University of Hartford Bulletin
Schedule of Classes
Classes begin January 20
University of Hartford Bulletin
The University of Hartford, located in West Hartford, Conn., is an independent, comprehensive university with seven degree-granting schools and
colleges providing educational programs in the liberal arts and professional disciplines for undergraduate and graduate students. The University
was founded in 1877 and chartered in 1957.
Mission of the University of Hartford
At the University of Hartford we provide a learning environment in which students may transform themselves intellectually, personally, and
socially. We provide students with distinctive educational experiences that blend the feel of a small, residential college with an array of academic
programs and opportunities characteristic of a large university. Through relationships with faculty and staff dedicated to teaching, scholarship,
research, the arts, and civic engagement, every student may prepare for a lifetime of learning and for personal and professional success.
Administration
Thomas J. Groark Jr.
Chairman, Board of Regents
Walter Harrison
President
Lynn Pasquerella
Provost
Thomas Dorer
General Counsel and Secretary
John J. Carson
Vice President of
University Relations
Arosha U. Jayawickrema
Vice President for Finance
and Administration
J. Lee Peters
Vice President for Student Affairs
and Dean of Students
Donald G. Rizzo
Vice President for
Institutional Advancement
Guy C. Colarulli
Associate Provost and
Dean of Undergraduate Studies
H. Frederick Sweitzer
Assistant Provost and
Dean of Faculty Development
Alan J. Hadad
Associate Vice President and
Dean of University Magnet Schools
Thomas J. Perra
Associate Vice President
and Treasurer
Kimberly Kennison
Assistant Vice President
for Finance and Controller
Peter Diffley
Dean of Graduate Studies
Richard A. Zeiser
Dean of Admission
Collegiate Deans
James W. Fairfield-Sonn
Dean, Barney School of Business
Joseph C. Voelker
Dean, College of Arts
and Sciences
Ralph O. Mueller
Dean, College of Education, Nursing
and Health Professions
Louis Manzione
Dean, College of Engineering, Technology,
and Architecture
Power Boothe
Dean, Hartford Art School
Aaron A. Flagg
Dean, The Hartt School
David H. Goldenberg
Dean, Hillyer College
University of Hartford Bulletin
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November 2009
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ANNUAL CLASS SCHEDULE
Spring 2010
Compiled by
Nancy L. Philip
and
Karen M. Sullivan
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Mission of University of Hartford . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Telephone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Building Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Academic Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Spring 2010 Seven-Week Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Religious Observance Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Saturdayterm 2010 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Spring 2010 Registration Summary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
University Policies and Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Audit Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Emergency Closing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Final Exam Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Grading System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Financial and Tuition Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Billing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Student Services and Resource Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Learning Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Tutoring Labs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Center for Reading and Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
University Libraries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Computer Support Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Dining on Campus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Testing Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Sports Center/Health Club Membership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Undergraduate Programs of Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Certificate Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Graduate Programs of Study . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Winterterm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Spring 2010 Course Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
How to Read Course Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Special Scheduling for Adult Undergraduate Students:
Academic Express and Saturdayterm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
University Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
All University Curriculum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Center for Reading and Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
English as Second Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Honors courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Mock Trial Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Multimedia Web Design and Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Paralegal Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
PreMed Professional Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
College of Arts and Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
African American Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Art History. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Cinema . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Clinical Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Drama . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Gender Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Honors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Judaic Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Modern Languages and Cultures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
Politics and Government . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Religious Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Rhetoric and Professional Writing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68
Barney School of Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72
Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
Entrepreneurship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Finance and Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
MBA Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Hillyer College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions . . . . . . . . . . 83
Education and Human Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83
Educational Leadership Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88
Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Radiologic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Health Sciences . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Physical Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Respiratory Care . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Architecture courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Engineering courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Technology courses. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
Hartford Art School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
The Hartt School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108
Fitness and Leisure Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128
Center for Professional Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Career Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Child Care Training Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
Institute for Leadership and Talent Management . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Entrepreneurial Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
SBA Office of Women’s Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131
Youth Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132
The Hartt School Community Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Gray Conference Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
Engineering Applications Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133
The President’s College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Immunization Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Fax Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139
Student Scheduling Worksheet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141
Off Campus Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143
Asylum Avenue Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144
University of Hartford Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover
Spring 2010
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Telephone Numbers
Admission and Student Financial Assistance . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4296
ARAMARK (Food Service) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4817
Arts and Sciences, College of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4257
Dean—Joseph C. Voelker
Bookstore (Harry Jack Gray Center) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4801
Business, Barney School of
Undergraduate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4150
Graduate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4444
Dean—James Fairfield-Sonn
Campus Information Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4806
Career Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4287
Center for Graduate and Adult Academic Services . . . . 860.768.4371
Education, Nursing and Health Professions,
College of . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4692
Dean—Ralph O. Mueller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4648
Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, College of . 860.768.4844
Dean—Louis Manzione
Civil and Environmental . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4032
Electrical and Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4846
Mechanical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4854
Engineering Applications Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4629
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or 860.768.4446
English-Language Institute
Evening School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4399
Gray Conference Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4951
Hartford Art School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4393
Dean—Power Boothe
Hartt School, The . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4454
Dean—Aaron A. Flagg
Community Division . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.7768
Hartt Summerterm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.5020
Health Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.5050
Health Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.6601
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . or 860.768.4602
Hillyer College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4708
Dean—David H. Goldenberg
Information and Assistance (Campus Operator) . . . . . 860.768.4100
International Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.5100
Joseloff Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4090
Learning Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4312
Library (Mortensen) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4264
General Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4142
or 860.768.4790
Interlibrary Loan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4364
Periodicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4811
Technical Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4404
Office of Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.7985
Sports Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.5050
Student Administrative Service Center (SASC) . . . . . . . . 860.768.4999
Student Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4260
Summer Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4978
Director—R. J. McGivney
Summer Place . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4731
Veterans’ Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 860.768.4559
Building Codes
Code Building Name Map Location
Bloomfield Avenue Campus Inside back cover
A Beatrice Auerbach Hall 21
ABR Abrahms Hall 16
BC Biology/Chemistry Building 5
CC Auerbach Computer and
Administration Center 2
D Distance Learning off campus
E East Hall 19
F Alfred C. Fuller Music Center 17
GSU Gengras Student Union 18
H Hillyer Hall 20
HH Hawk Hall 8A
HHOSP Hartford Hospital off campus
HJG Harry Jack Gray Center 15
HPAC Handel Performing Arts Center off campus
KON CNTR Konover Campus Center 12
L/T Lincoln Theater 14
PR Park River 10
SBL Sculpture Building 6
SBS Sound Bridge School off campus
SJ Saint Joseph College off campus
SPCT Sports Center 13
SRR Slobodkina Reading Room 20
STFRAN Saint Francis Hospital off campus
UC University Commons 7
UHS University High School 26
UT United Technologies Hall 3
V Visual Arts Center 6
Asylum Avenue Campus Map Page 140
BAB Babcock House
BUT Butterworth Hall
CHE Cheney Hall
JH Johnson Hall
LOR Lorenz Hall
SCC Auerbach Science Center
WIL Wilkes Hall
PLEASE NOTE: Courses that are offered on a one-to-one basis, such as
Cooperative Education
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Internships
Research projects, etc.
are not, with few exceptions, listed along with other courses.
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from the schools themselves.
The University of Hartford reserves the right, at any time,
to make whatever changes may be deemed necessary.
This includes the scheduling of courses, the assignment
of instructors, and fees charged.
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Academic Calendar 2009–2010
SPRING 2010*
JANUARY
Residence halls open . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 pm Monday 18
Final registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 am–4 pm Tuesday 19
Classes begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 am Wednesday 20
Degrees awarded to those completing requirements in fall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday 23
FEBRUARY
Recommended date for new incoming students (freshmen and transfers) to submit 2010–11 FAFSA
to U.S. Department of Education to ensure adequate time for processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday 1
Last day to withdraw from class and receive 60% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 2
Last day to change from audit to credit status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 2
Last day to file May degree applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 5
Last day to withdraw from class and receive 40% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 9
Last day to drop a course and have it deleted from your record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 9
Last day to withdraw from a class and receive 20% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 16
No further tuition credit after this date
University Enrollment Census . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4:30 pm Friday 19
MARCH
Required date for returning students applying for financial aid to submit 2010–11 FAFSA and all other documents
to U.S. Department of Education to ensure adequate time for processing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday 1
Mid-semester warnings due in school or college office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Prior to Friday 12
Spring recess begins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 pm Saturday 13
All residence halls will remain open
Classes resume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 am Monday 22
APRIL
Advance registration for full-time undergraduates begins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 am Thursday 1
Advance registration for part-time and graduate students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 am Thursday 1
Last day to drop a course and receive a grade of “W” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 6
Last day to change to Pass/No Pass or from Pass/No Pass to a letter grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 6
Last day to change from credit to audit status

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tuesday 6
MAY
Classes end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pm Tuesday 4
Last day to resolve I grades from preceding term to avoid change from I to F (undergraduates only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pm Tuesday 4
Final examinations begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 am Wednesday 5
Note: Final exam schedule includes Saturday as a scheduled exam day
Final examinations end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pm Tuesday 11
Residence halls close for students not receiving May degrees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 pm Wednesday 12
Commencement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sunday 16
Residence halls close . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 pm Sunday 16
SUMMERTERM 2010
MAY
Summer Session I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . May 19–June 30 (6-week session); May 19–July 13 (8-week session)
JULY
Summer Session II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . July 6–August 16 (6-week session)
*Arrangements must be made by each faculty member to make up instructional time that may be lost because of emergency closing.

Students are not eligible to take advantage of special audit fees at this time. In order to have a special audit fee, students must declare audit status when they first register for
the course.
Dates as of November 2009; for up to date information, check www.hartford.edu/newsevents/calendar/academic.asp.
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Spring 2010 Seven-Week Courses
Courses beginning and ending between 1/20–3/12
JANUARY
Classes begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday 20
Last day to drop a course and have it deleted from your record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 29
Last day to change from audit to credit status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 29
FEBRUARY
Last day to change to Pass/No Pass or from Pass/No Pass to a letter grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 5
Last day to change from credit to audit status

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 5
Last day to drop a course and receive a grade of “W” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 12
MARCH
Classes end. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 pm Friday 12
Final Exams are scheduled for the last class during the 1st seven-week session.
Courses beginning and ending between 3/22–5/4
MARCH
Classes begin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday 22
APRIL
Last day to drop a course and have it deleted from your record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 2
Last day to change from audit to credit status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 2
Last day to change to Pass/No Pass or from Pass/No Pass to a letter grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 9
Last day to change from credit to audit status

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 9
Last day to drop a course and receive a grade of “W” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 16
MAY
Classes end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pm Tuesday 4
Note: Saturday classes end Saturday, May 1.
Final Exams for the 2nd seven-week session should follow the standard University exam schedule.

Students are not eligible to take advantage of special audit fees at this time. In order to have a special audit fee, students must declare audit status when they first register for
the course.
Dates as of November 2009; for up to date information, check www.hartford.edu/newsevents/calendar/academic.asp.
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Religious Observance Calendar
2009–2010
Policy regarding religious holidays: Classes are held. Students observing these days will be granted excused absences from all
classes and an opportunity to make up any tests or exams given on these days.
SPRING 2010
FEBRUARY
Ash Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wednesday 17
Student’s class may conflict with scheduled on-campus mass.
MARCH
Passover. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Begins sundown Monday 29
The first two days of this holiday are celebrated from sundown on Monday, March 29, until darkness on Wednesday, March 31; the last
two days of the holiday are celebrated from sundown on Sunday, April 4, until darkness on Tuesday, April 6.
APRIL
Good Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 2
MAY
Shavuot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Begins sundown Tuesday 18
This holiday officially begins at sundown on Tuesday, May 18, and continues until darkness on Thursday, May 20.
Dates as of November 2009; for up to date information, check www.hartford.edu/newsevents/calendar/academic.asp.
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Saturdayterm 2010
Session 3
Term 201010
Courses beginning and ending between Saturday 2/27–Saturday 5/8
▼ (No Classes March 20)
FEBRUARY
Classes begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 am Saturday 27
MARCH
Last day to withdraw and receive 60% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 5
Last day to drop a course and have it deleted from your record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 12
Last day to withdraw and receive 20% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 12
No further tuition credit after this date
Last day to change from audit to credit status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 12
Last day to change to Pass/No Pass or from Pass/No Pass to a letter grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 26
Last day to change from credit to audit status

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 26
APRIL
Last day to drop a course and receive a grade of “W” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 2
MAY
Classes end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 pm Saturday 8
Final Exams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday 8
Session 4
Term 201020
Courses beginning and ending between Saturday 6/5–Saturday 8/14

JUNE
Classes begin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 am Saturday 5
Last day to withdraw and receive 60% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 11
Last day to drop a course and have it deleted from your record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 11
Last day to withdraw and receive 20% tuition credit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 18
No further tuition credit after this date
Last day to change from audit to credit status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 18
JULY
Last day to change to Pass/No Pass or from Pass/No Pass to a letter grade . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 2
Last day to change from credit to audit status

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 2
No Class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday 3
Last day to drop a course and receive a grade of “W” . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Friday 9
AUGUST
Final Exams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Saturday 14
Classes end . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 pm Saturday 14

Students are not eligible to take advantage of special audit fees at this time. In order to have a special audit fee, students must declare audit status when they first register for
the course.
Dates as of November 2009; for up to date information, check www.hartford.edu/newsevents/calendar/academic.asp.
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Full-time Undergraduate Students
1. Examine the course offerings in this Schedule of Classes.
2. Obtain a registration form from your dean’s office or
the Student Administrative Service Center (SASC).
3. Schedule an appointment with your advisor to select
your courses for Spring 2010. Schedule your appointment
as close as possible to the time you will register to minimize the
chance of selecting closed classes. (You can check for closed
classes on the University’s Web site: www.hartford.edu. Go to
the Self-Service Center and choose Class Search.) When you
meet with your advisor, also select alternate courses that may
be substituted for unavailable primary course selections. Select
one alternate course for each primary course selection. Keep in
mind, however, that your alternate(s) should not conflict with
your other primary courses.
Once you have decided on your courses, complete the required
information on the registration form, making sure that each
five-digit course reference number is accurately listed. It is this
number that is entered into the computer system and matched
to the appropriate course code and number. An error may
result in your being registered for the wrong course. You may
also register on-line by obtaining a PIN from your advisor.
If you have any courses that require special authorization to
enroll, you will need to complete a Registration Restriction
Override form and obtain the appropriate signature(s) on
this form (not on the registration form). The Registration
Restriction Override will be kept on file in case there is a need
to verify that you have authorization to be in a particular class.
Make sure to enter your correct 8-digit ID number,
and make sure that both you and your advisor sign
your registration form.
4. Personal Data Changes. If you have changed your permanent
address, local address, or University box number, complete
the appropriate address line on the registration form. Do not
complete this line if your address has not changed.
Remember to use your 8-digit ID number.
5. Report to the Student Administrative Services Center
to register for your courses, or register online (which
requires a registration PIN from your advisor), in
accordance with the advance registration schedule sent
to your mailbox or local address and e-mail account.
The schedule is based on the total number of cred-
its you have earned to date and does not include the
credits for which you are currently registered. You will
not be permitted to register earlier than your assigned day.
New students and part-time nonmatriculated undergraduates
and graduate students may register anytime once registration
has begun but will not be able to register online. Matriculated
graduate students may register online.
The Student Administrative Services Center is located in the
Auerbach Computer and Administration Center, room 238.
You will need a completed registration form with the following:
A. Prior to and within the first week of classes the form must be
signed by you and your advisor.
B. After the first week of classes, the form must be signed by
you, your advisor and the course instructor.
C. After the second week of classes, the form must be signed
by you, your advisor, the course instructor, and the Dean of
your school as well as the Dean of the school offering the
course, if applicable.
D. A Registration Restriction Override with all appropriate
signatures may be required.
E. For new students only, an honors authorization if you are
taking any honors courses. Returning students must have a
minimum GPA of 3.0.
6. A Student Administrative Services Center representa-
tive will enter your primary course selections into the
system. If no problems are encountered, you will be enrolled
in these courses, and your registration will be complete. If
the SASC representative cannot register you for some primary
course selections, the alternate selections will be substituted.
You will receive the student copy of the registration form as well
as a printout of your schedule. Check the printout for accuracy.
Please retain both of these documents for your personal
reference.
7. You may not be successful in obtaining all of your pri-
mary or alternate-choice classes. If you want to try register-
ing for a closed class, you will need Change of Program and
Registration Restriction Override forms. Where applicable, the
SASC representative will write the course on an override form
and indicate the reason(s) why the registration could not be
completed. Obtain the necessary signatures and return to the
SASC with the forms completed and signed. Keep the green copy
of the registration form with you.
8. Late Registration. Registrations are accepted through the
first full week of classes with the signature of the advisor only.
During the second week of classes, instructor signatures are
also required. Registration after the second full week of classes
also requires the written approval of the dean of the college or
colleges involved.
9. Pay the Spring 2010 bill. Electronic billing will be available
for viewing in early December. All tuition and fees must be paid
by January 6, 2010.
10. ID Card Validation. Once financial arrangements have
been made, you will receive your confirming schedule and
ID validation sticker in the mail about a week before classes
begin. If you do not receive the schedule and sticker in the
mail, they will be available when you return for classes.
Spring 2010 Registration Summary
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Registration procedures for part-time matriculated undergraduate
and graduate students are the same as numbers 1 through 10 under
full-time registration summary. Additional procedures are as follows:
Business Students
Undergraduate and graduate business students, non-matriculated
and matriculated, must obtain an advisor’s signature at the Barney
School Office of Academic Services, located in Auerbach Hall,
room 227. The office hours for business students are 8:30 am to
5 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Friday, or
by appointment. Call 860.768.4444.
Engineering/Technology/Architecture Students
Students in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
must obtain an advisor’s signature in United Technologies Hall, room
209D. The regular office hours are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday
through Friday. The telephone number is 860.768.4112.
Mail Registration
Complete the mail registration form in the back of this Schedule and
send it to the address noted on the form. Mail registrations will not
be accepted after Tuesday, January 5, 2010.
Fax Registration
Complete the course registration form in the back of this Schedule
and fax it to 860.768.4593. Facsimile registrations will be accepted
until Tuesday, January 5, 2010. Vehicles may not be registered by
fax. Please do not phone to confirm receipt of the fax registration.
Confirmations will be sent back as soon as possible.
Part-time Matriculated Undergraduate/Graduate Students
Undergraduate Students
Undergraduate students who are not enrolled in a degree program
at the University may obtain approval to register for courses offered
by the College of Arts & Sciences through the Center for Graduate
and Adult Academic Services, which is located in the Auerbach
Computer and Administration Center, room 231. Academic advisors
are available to assist in course selection. The center is regularly
open from 8:30 am to 7 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8:30
am to 4:30 pm on Friday. The telephone number is 860.768.4371 or
800.945.0712.
Note: Students wishing to enroll in courses in the Barney School,
The Hartford Art School, The Hartt School, the College of Education,
Nursing and Health Professions, or the College of Engineering,
Technology, and Architecture must obtain permission to register
at those schools rather than at the Center for Graduate and Adult
Academic Services.
Note: Nonmatriculated students are expected to matriculate into the
University after 15 credits have been earned.
Graduate Students
Students who wish to take graduate level courses on a nonmatricu-
lated basis must have completed a bachelor’s degree at an accredited
college or university. In most cases, non-matriculated graduate
students may take up to two courses before they are expected to
apply to a master’s degree program at the University of Hartford.
The Barney School of Business limits non-matriculated students to
one graduate course before they are required to apply for admission
to the Barney School. In general, students wishing to take graduate
courses as non-matriculated students must receive permission from
either the chair of the department offering the course or from the
course instructor prior to registering for the course. For more infor-
mation, contact the Center of Graduate and Adult Academic Services
at 860.768.4371 or 800.945.0712 or GradStudy@hartford.edu.
Part-time Nonmatriculated Students
The Hartt School Community Division
Registration and fee information for the Community Division of The
Hartt School may be obtained by contacting the Community Division
at 860.768.4451.
Center for Professional Development
Students who wish to register for noncredit courses at the Center
for Professional Development may do so in person at 50 Elizabeth
Street, Hartford. For further information, call 860.768.5619.
Noncredit Students
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Address Changes
Changes in current or permanent (home) addresses should be
reported to the Student Administrative Service Center (SASC) as soon
as the new address is known.
Audit Policy
Individuals with special educational interests, who do not desire
academic credit, may audit a variety of University courses up to a
maximum of 24 credit hours. No grade or credit is given for an
audited course, but standard registration procedures must be
followed. See Registration Summary.
To take advantage of special audit fees, part-time students must declare
audit status when they register. Enrollment is on a space-available basis.
Certain courses, including laboratory courses, Hartt courses and
noncredit courses, may not be audited. In addition, the University,
department chairs, and individual instructors may choose to offer
certain courses on a credit only basis.
Audit fees are explained in the Financial Information section of
this Schedule.
Canceled Courses
In the event that a course section is canceled, you will be notified
by a representative of the college or department offering the course.
The Student Administrative Services Center will officially drop you
from a canceled course.
No action is required to withdraw from canceled courses. If you do
not wish to enroll in another course, you may contact the Bursar’s
Office to request a refund.
Changing Your College, Degree, or
Major Designation
In order to change college, degree, or major, matriculated (i.e.,
accepted for a degree) students must complete a Change of Curriculum
Status form and obtain the required signatures as detailed on the form.
Consortium Registration Spring 2010
Under the provisions of the Hartford Consortium for Higher Education,
matriculated full-time tuition-based under graduate students may, with-
out additional charge, elect courses at Saint Joseph College and Trinity
College. Selected courses are also available at Hartford Seminary,
University of Connecticut, Capital Community College and Central
Connecticut State University. Known as cross-registration, this program
offers students an opportunity to explore a variety of course offerings
at another local campus. Courses completed will appear on student’s
permanent record as though taken at the University of Hartford.
Applications for consortium registration, course offering
booklets, and registration instructions are available on-line at
www.hartfordconsortium.org or at the Student Administrative
Services Center (CC 238) at the time of advance registration.
Laboratory and other special fees, if any, are payable to the host
institutions. Consortium registration for Spring 2010 begins
December 1, 2009. If you have questions concerning cross-
registration contact Sandra Stevens at the Registrar’s office
860.768.4557 or contact Rosanne Druckman at the Hartford
Consortium for Higher Education Office at 860.906.5016 or go
to www.hartfordconsortium.org for current course listings.
Courses Repeated
In the case of repeated courses, only the grade most recently earned
will be used in the computation of the student’s grade point average
(GPA) and credits earned. The previous grade, while remaining on
the transcript record, is disregarded in the calculation of grade point
average and credits earned.
The first grade received in a repeated course will be disregarded
for the purposes of grade point average calculation only if the sec-
ond grade received is in the range of A through F, or P. If any other
grade is assigned for the repeated course, the grade initially earned
during the first enrollment period will be used for the purposes of
grade point average calculation. This policy went into effect January
20, 1987. No provision of this policy will alter situations involving
repeated courses in which both the courses were completed prior to
January 20, 1987.
Emergency Closing
In the event of severe weather conditions or an emergency situation,
if the University elects to close, such information will be available
through the following vehicles:
Web Alert: A message will appear on the University’s home page:
www.hartford.edu.
Telephone: Dial the University’s main number 860.768.4100 from
off campus, or “0” from campus residences and offices.
Text Message: Emergency closing alerts will be sent via text message
to those cell phone numbers registered with UHTXT, the University’s
mass notification system. To sign up, go to www.hartford.edu/alert.
Radio: WTIC (1080 AM/96.5 FM)and WRCH (100.5 FM)
Television: Channel 3 (WFSB-TV) is currently the only local TV station
to allow colleges to report specific opening and closing times.
Advisories for late openings and all-day closings will be issued by
6 am. Early closings will be announced at least 90 minutes in advance.
Final Exam Schedule for Spring 2010
May 5, 2010, 8 am–May 11, 2010, 10 pm
1. Day Classes using any of the standard time patterns listed
below will have their final exams in their regular rooms at the times
indicated below.
Class Exam Date Exam Time
MWF 8:30 W 5/5 11–1 pm
MWF 9:30 T 5/11 11–1 pm
MWF 10:30 T 5/11 2–4 pm
MWF 11:30 S 5/8 2–4 pm
MWF 12:30 S 5/8 8–10 am
MWF 1:30 M 5/10 2–4 pm
MW 2:55 F 5/7 2–4 pm
TR 8:00 F 5/7 11–1 pm
TR 9:25 R 5/6 2–4 pm
TR 10:50 W 5/5 2–4 pm
TR 2:05 M 5/10 8–10 am
TR 3:30 T 5/11 8–10 am
University Policies and Procedures
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2. Evening classes, meeting once a week for two or more con-
secutive hours, will have their final exams at their regularly assigned
hours, week nights, and rooms during the examination week.
Evening classes, meeting twice a week, will have their final exams
at their regularly assigned hours, week nights and rooms. This may
necessitate the use of a two–part final exam for some classes meet-
ing between 4:20 pm and 7 pm. Instructors of such classes who
would like to make other assignments should contact Nancy Philip in
the Academic Scheduling Office, 860.768.4594.
3. Classes conforming to no standard time pattern should
follow the examination schedule of the pattern to which they most
closely conform, i.e., MW 1:30–2:45 would follow the MWF 1:30
time pattern. Please contact Nancy Philip of the Academic Scheduling
Office with any questions.
4. Assembled Exams are scheduled to be held May 5, 6, & 7 dur-
ing the 8 am – 10 am period.
5. Saturday Classes will have their final exam on Saturday, May 8
th
,
11 am to 1 pm.
Please note: The final exam schedule will be strictly enforced. Faculty
has agreed to enforce the University policy regarding make-up exams.
Graduation
Students who expect to graduate in May 2010 must file an approved
degree application no later than Friday, February 5, 2010.
The fee for filing a degree application is $208 for graduate students
(excluding Barney students) and part-time undergraduates. The fee
includes cap and gown rental. The fee for applications received after
the filing deadline is $225.
If a candidate has paid the fee and does not graduate at the end of
the initial semester of eligibility, the fee will be held and credited as
payment for graduation during either of the following two consecu-
tive semesters, including the summer session. If the candidate has
not completed degree requirements during this time period, no
refund will be granted. The candidate will need to file a new degree
application and a new fee will be charged.
Students who submit their degree applications late may be
omitted from the Commencement program, may have delays
in the delivery of their diplomas, and may be unable to
obtain a cap and gown for Commencement.
Immunization Requirements
The University of Hartford and Connecticut state law require
that all students enrolled who were born after 12–12–56 be pro-
tected against measles and rubella. Immunization records showing
proof of two doses of measles (the first administered on/after 1-1-69
and the second on/after 1-1-80), one dose of rubella (administered
after first birthday), are required to be sent to Health Services. The
disease history is not acceptable. Laboratory evidence of an immune
titer is acceptable. MMR vaccines are available at Health Services.
Students remaining out of compliance with State of Connecticut
regulations may be unable to register for classes for a second semester
until their records are complete. Connecticut state law also requires
that all students living on campus be vaccinated with the meningitis
vaccine. This law took effect in 2002. The meningococcal meningitis
vaccine is available through Health Services for a fee. Students remain-
ing out of compliance with State of Connecticut meningococcal
meningitis regulations will be unable to register for classes for a
second semester until their records are complete. All students are
required to show proof of a baseline PPD (tuberculosis skin test).
Any questions should be directed to Health Services 860.768.6601.
The Medical and Immunization Forms can be found in the back of
this book.
Incomplete Work
If an undergraduate student whose work is otherwise satisfactory is
unable, because of extenuating circumstances, to complete his or her
work at the end of the semester, the work is reported as an incomplete
(I), provided arrangements are made with the instructor in
advance. Requirements for credit must be met by the end of the next
regular semester or at an earlier date if one is specified. An under-
graduate student in residence who has not fulfilled the requirements
for the course at the time specified will receive a mandatory grade of
F. A student who receives an I does not register for the course again.
Arrangements for course completion are to be made with the instructor
assigning the grade of incomplete. (Graduate students’ incomplete
work is decided upon in consultation with their instructors.)
Matriculation
Students who wish to be admitted into a degree program at the
University must submit a formal application for matriculation. Students
who want to enroll in an undergraduate degree program should con-
tact the Office of Admission and Student Financial Assistance. Students
who wish to be admitted into a graduate program should contact the
Center for Graduate and Adult Academic Services. If accepted into a
degree program, the candidates will be subject to the degree require-
ments in effect at the time of their acceptance and will be assigned to
an academic advisor in their major field of study. Credits earned prior
to matriculation are generally applied toward the degree.
Transfer credit is limited to work completed at regionally accredited col-
leges or universities. To be considered for transfer credit, normally the
previous studies should have been completed within the 10-year period
immediately preceding application for admission. A minimum grade of C
at the undergraduate level is ordinarily required for transfer credit.
Graduate students wishing to transfer credit should contact their
advisor or the department chair.
Part-Time Student Policy
Part-time non-matriculated students who enroll in credit courses
at the University are classified as special students. They receive full
credit for the course work they successfully complete, but they are
not officially enrolled in a degree program until they are formally
accepted by the University as matriculated students. Undergraduate
students normally are permitted to complete 15 credits as non-
matriculated students, and for graduate students the number of
credits varies. For further information contact the Graduate and
Adult Academic Services Office at 860.768.5010.
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Policy Change
The University reserves the right to make changes in its tuition, fees,
and other costs, and in regulations, facilities, and course offerings
that it considers necessary and just; and to apply such changes to
students already in attendance as well as to new students. No change
in tuition fees is made retroactively, however. Courses listed in this
Schedule may be cancelled if enrollment is insufficient. Students
are encouraged to register early to permit appropriate planning.
Periodically, course meeting days and/or times are changed after
publication. For up-to-date course schedule information, check
www.hartford.edu, click on Quick Links, Self-Service Center, Class
Search.
Statement of Nondiscriminatory Policies
Consistent with the provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964,
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act, and the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, and federal and state laws pertaining to
civil rights, the University does not discriminate on the basis of
race, gender, creed, color, age, physical ability, sexual orientation,
national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational
policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and
athletics and other University-administered programs. The University
hereby provides notice to its students, employees, applicants, and
others that it supports the language and intent of the Americans with
Disabilities Act of 1990, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973, which prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability in its
educational programs and activities, including admission and access
to the University. The dean of students (Gengras Student Union,
860.768.4260) is the individual designated to coordinate efforts
by the University to comply with and carry out requirements and
responsibilities under Title IX and Section 504. Inquiries concerning
the application of Title IX, Section 504, and Title VI may be referred
to the Regional Director, Office of Civil Rights, U.S. Department of
Education, Boston, MA 02109.
University Grading System
Grade Definition Grade Points
per Credit Hour
A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4.00
AϪ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.67
Bϩ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.33
B . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3.00
BϪ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.67
Cϩ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.33
C . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.00
CϪ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.67
Dϩ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.33
D . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.00
DϪ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.67
F . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00
I . . . . . . . . Incomplete
P. . . . . . . . Pass
NP . . . . . . No Pass
W . . . . . . . Withdrawal
NG . . . . . . No Grade Issued
NR . . . . . . No Report from Instructor
The policy assigning plus and minus grades, or grades lower than C
in graduate programs, is to be determined by the individual school
or college. Grades in the A range are excellent, the B range good, the
C range fair, the D range poor; F is a failure.
Withdrawal Policy
The policy states that no student is permitted to withdraw from a
course during the regular semester after the end of the 10th week
of classes. Thereafter, a letter grade (A–F or I) must be issued by the
instructor. See the Academic Calendar for specific withdrawal dates.
Nonattendance does not constitute a withdrawal. In order to with-
draw officially, you must complete a Change of Program form.
Only partial credit of tuition charges is made based on the
date of written withdrawal, according to the Schedule incor-
porated in the academic calendar. The official withdrawal
date is the date on which the written notice of withdrawal is
received by the Student Administrative Services Center.
Undergraduate students enrolled in 8.5 or fewer credits are charged
on a per-credit basis according to the rates listed below. Under-
graduate students enrolled in 9 to 11.5 credits will be assessed three-
quarters of the full-time tuition rate, with the exception of special
programs (see below). Under graduate students taking 12 or more
credits will be charged full-time tuition. Graduate students are charged
on a per-credit basis (except full-time students in graduate programs
in Hartt, Clinical Psychology, Engineering, Fine Arts, and special
programs in the Barney School of Business).
Undergraduate Tuition: 1–8.5 credits
Undergraduate students registering for 1 to 8.5 credits are charged
according to the per-credit rates listed (see below).
Undergraduate Tuition: 9–11.5 credits
Undergraduate students registering for 9 to 11.5 credits are charged
the following rate of tuition:
All schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,406 (per semester)
Financial Information
Tuition
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Approved exceptions to the three-quarters tuition pricing policy:
1. Students taking only two courses that total at least 9 and not more
than 11.5 credits will be charged the following per-credit rates.
2. Students registering for 9 to 11.5 credits who will be completing
their degree requirements during the term in question will be
charged the following per-credit rates, provided they have writ-
ten approval from the dean of their college.
3. Special Program Pricing
Part-time University Studies Programs
$410 per credit for 1–11.5 credits
Undergraduate Tuition: 12–18 credits
Undergraduate students registering for 12 to 18 credits are charged
the following rate of tuition:
All schools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,875 (per semester)
Tuition per Credit Hour
Undergraduate Graduate
College of Arts and Sciences $410 —
Communication $410 $405
Psychology $410 $405
Biology $410 $455
Chemistry $410 405
English-Language Institute (ELI) $375 —
plus Cultural Activities Fee
(6 credits ELI, $55)
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology — —
Barney School of Business $410 $625*
College of Education, Nursing and
Health Professions
Nursing $410 $430
Other courses $410 $430
Educational Computing and Technology
(up to 11 credits) — $430
(over 11 credits) — $530
Ed.D. Program — $530
College of Engineering, Technology,
and Architecture $410
Graduate Engineering $560
Graduate Architecture $715
Hartford Art School $410 $410
Hillyer College $410 —
The Hartt School
Music Education $450 $430
Other courses $450 $745
* Price includes texts, registration fee, and graduation fee for
matriculated students only.
NOTE: For more detailed information on tuition and fees, please
refer to the current Undergraduate and Graduate Bulletins.
Fees
Audit Fee
Part-time students who wish to take advantage of the special audit fees
below must declare their audit status at the time of registration.
Students through age 64: 50% of regular tuition plus applicable
fees.
Students age 65 and over (one course only): no tuition—
applicable fees only up to a maximum of 24 credits
Graduation Fee
Part-Time Students $208
Payable with application for a degree and includes cap-and-gown rental.
If the candidate has paid the fee and does not graduate at the end of the
initial semester of eligibility, the fee will be held and credited as payment
for graduation during either of the following two consecutive semesters,
including the summer session. If the candidate has not completed degree
requirements during this time period, no refund will be granted, and a
new fee will be charged. Fee for graduation applications received after
submission deadline $225
Parking Fee
University of Hartford—Main Campus
All students using on-campus parking lots must obtain a parking
permit. The parking fee for part-time commuter students is $45 for
one semester and $75 for the academic year. All students must go to
http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/pubsafety/ to register their cars and to
print out a copy of “Your Car on Campus.” All students must obtain
their parking stickers from the Office of Public Safety. For informa-
tion, call 860.768.7985.
Registration Fee
Each student registering for one or more credit courses is subject to
a single, nonrefundable registration fee of $30 per semester. This fee
is assessed whether or not the student attends class.
Technology Fee
The University assesses all students with a fee for technology, which
is mandatory and nonrefundable after the start of classes. This fee
supports the University of Hartford’s ongoing efforts to create and
maintain technology infrastructure. Such infrastructure includes,
but is not limited to, information networks, electronic information
resources, computer laboratories and classrooms, and the develop-
ment of technologically advanced teaching materials.
Resident students registered
for 9 or more credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$100 (per semester)
Commuter students registered
for 9 or more credits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$90 (per semester)
Students registered for 3 to 8.5 credits . . . . . .$35 (per semester)
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Billing
University of Hartford student billing statements are delivered online.
You will receive notification of a billing statement available for viewing
and payment through your hartford.edu e-mail address.
New students will receive a letter that will include a University of Hartford
e-mail address and user ID number. You will be instructed to access the
University of Hartford’s online Self-Service Center where you will be able
to view and pay your bill. You will also be able to register parents, guard-
ians or other third-party payers to receive billing notifications via e-mail.
Methods of Payment
Online payments can be made by ACH (electronic transfer), credit
card or debit card. MasterCard, Discover and American Express cards
are accepted. VISA is not accepted.
Students and authorized users can make online payments through
CASHNet SMARTPAY, a third party payment processor operating under
an agreement with the University of Hartford to process electronic
payments. A 2.75% fee is assessed by CASHNet to process credit or
debit card payments on your behalf. The service fee is non-refundable.
There is no fee for payment by electronic check (ACH transfer)
Checks, travelers’ checks and money orders can be mailed, along with
a printed copy of the top portion of your billing statement, to:
University of Hartford
P.O. Box 80,000, Dept. 365
Hartford, CT 06180-0365
Cash and check payments also may be made at the Student
Administrative Services Center on the second floor of the Computer
and Administration Center.
Part-time students who do not have outstanding financial obligations
to the University may register for Spring 2010 courses by submitting
completed registration materials, the $30.00 nonrefundable regis-
tration fee, and tuition and fees according to one of the following
payment schedules:
• Students who register on or before December 4, 2009, will be
billed at a later date for one-half tuition and additional fees, if
applicable. In this case, payment of this portion is due on or before
January 6, 2010. The remainder is due on or before February 10,
2010.
• Students who register after December 4, 2009, but on or before
January 6, 2010, must remit one-half tuition and additional fees, if
applicable, on or before January 6, 2010. They will not be billed;
instead, if registering in person, they will be advised of the amount
they owe. Students should be able to view current term charges on
the Self-Service Center after December 4, 2009. The remainder of
tuition is due February 10, 2010.
• Students registering after January 6, 2010, are expected to pay
one-half tuition and applicable fees at the time of registration. The
remainder is due February 10, 2010.
Persons intending to register for Spring 2010 are encouraged to
do so as early as possible and, where circumstances permit, to use
the online registration options. When payment (whole or half) is
received by January 6, 2010, persons will be listed as cleared on
class rosters and will receive confirming schedules and ID validation
stickers by mail. They will not have to visit administrative offices to
secure written clearance to attend classes.
The University offers an interest-free payment plan called TuitionPay
through Sallie Mae, an educational financial institution. TuitionPay
allows students and their families to spread their payments over a
specified number of months. For information on this payment plan
option, please contact the Student Administrative Services Center
at sasc@hartford.edu or 860.768.4999 or contact TuitionPay at
800.635.0120.
If payment is not made in accordance with University policy, a default
charge of 1.5% per month will be assessed on the unpaid balance
until it is paid in full.
Refund Policy
Requests for withdrawal must be submitted in writing to the Student
Administrative Services Center (SASC). They are official as of the date
they are received, and tuition adjustments for full semester courses
only are made according to the following schedule, based on full pay-
ment of tuition prior to withdrawal:
Tuition
Adjustment
Withdrawal prior to and within first week of classes 100%
Withdrawal within second week of classes 60%
Withdrawal within third week of classes 40%
Withdrawal within fourth week of classes 20%
Withdrawal after fourth week of classes 0%
For ten-week Saturdayterm courses, the refund policy is:
Tuition
Adjustment
Withdrawal prior to class 100%
Withdrawal after one class 60%
Withdrawal after two classes 20%
Withdrawal after three classes 0%
For seven-week courses, the refund policy is:
Withdrawal prior to class 100%
Withdrawal after one class 60%
Withdrawal after two classes 0%
Absence from class or notification to the instructor does not
constitute official withdrawal. In determining the percentage of
tuition adjustment, the effective date of withdrawal will be the date
the student notifies the SASC in writing rather than the last day of
class attendance.
No tuition adjustments are made if a student is suspended, dismissed,
or otherwise leaves the University without formally withdrawing; nor
are prorated reductions made for temporary absence from class.
The registration fee is nonrefundable. Laboratory fees and the
technology fee are 100% refundable through the first week of
classes and nonrefundable after the first week of classes.
Withdrawals for medical reasons should be submitted to the Dean of
Students Office and the Dean of the student’s college with appropriate
documentation for consideration of a pro-rata refund of housing and
dining fees only. Tuition charges will be adjusted in accordance with
the policy stated above. Medical withdrawals may affect the student’s
financial aid. Students receiving Federal Title IV funds are subject to a
separate refund calculation. Contact the University Bursar’s Office for
additional information.
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Financial Assistance
Part-time matriculated undergraduate students may be eligible for
federally funded financial aid in the form of Federal Pell Grants,
Stafford loans, and Academic Competitive Grants. Full-time and
part-time matriculated graduate students may be eligible for federally
funded financial aid in the form of Federal Stafford loans and Federal
Graduate PLUS loans. Additional supplemental loan programs exist
for both undergraduate and graduate students. For further informa-
tion about these and other financial aid opportunities, please visit
the University’s website at www.hartford.edu or contact the Office of
Admission and Student Financial Assistance 860.768.4296.
Financial Delinquency
Any student failing to pay his or her account with the University, includ-
ing telephone accounts, may be denied grades, transcripts, diplomas,
and the opportunity to register for subsequent semesters. A default
charge equal to 1.5 percent of the unpaid balance may be assessed
each month until the balance is paid in full. If, in the judgment of the
University, it becomes necessary to engage the services of a collection
agency or attorney to effect collection or to settle any dispute in con-
nection with the above terms, the student must pay collection agency
or attorney’s fees, reasonable expenses, and other costs incurred.
Student Services and Resource Centers
Academic Information
Academic Advising
Academic advising for part-time undergraduate and graduate, non-
matriculated students is available through the Center for Graduate
and Adult Academic Services. Advisors will provide general assistance
in course selection and program planning. To schedule an appoint-
ment with an advisor, call 860.768.4371 or 800.945.0712. The
center is located in room 231 of the Computer and Administration
Center and is regularly open from 8:30 am to 7 pm, Monday through
Thursday, and from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm on Friday.
Part-time matriculated students must consult with an academic
advisor in the school in which they are enrolled.
Bookstore
The bookstore is located in Harry Jack Gray Center. Students may
purchase all texts, computer hardware, software and peripherals,
and supplies, at this single location. Staff members are available to
assist customers in locating the required materials. You may pur-
chase all of your textbooks through your campus bookstore website
at www.hartford.bkstr.com.
The bookstore is open from 9 am to 7 pm, Monday through Thursday;
9 am to 4 pm on Friday; 11 am to 4 pm on Saturday and is closed
on Sunday. There are extended hours during the first week of the
semester. The schedule of hours during registration may be obtained
by contacting the bookstore at 860.768.4801 or
bookstore@hartford.edu. Hours are subject to change.
Learning Plus
Learning Plus is the department at the University of Hartford that
provides services and accommodations to any student (undergradu-
ate/graduate, full-time/part-time) who submits required documenta-
tion presenting clear evidence of a current learning and/or attention
disability “...that substantially limits learning.” Eligibility and service
determination are made on a case-by-case basis, depending on the
diagnosis, semester standing, GPA, and course curricula. The following
services are available: Letters of Disclosure, direct strategy instruction,
and test accommodations. The Learning Plus department is located in
Auerbach Hall, room 209. Please call 860.768.4312 to schedule an
appointment. For additional information, please visit the Learning Plus
website: www.hartford.edu/LearningPlus.
Math, Physics, and Computer Science
Tutoring Laboratories
The tutoring laboratories offer assistance in most classes taught by the
departments. The two labs are available free of charge to all full- and
part-time students—one for math and physics located in Dana Hall 208
and one for computer science located in Dana Hall 230. Both labora-
tories are staffed by full-time professors and upper-class undergraduate
students. Schedules are prepared at the beginning of each semester and
posted on the Bulletin Board in the Main Lobby in Dana Hall.
The Center for Reading and Writing
The Center for Reading and Writing, located in room 209 of Auerbach
Hall, provides academic support services for students interested in refin-
ing their reading, writing, and study skills. Students can receive individual
help with written composition, research skills, reading comprehen-
sion, studying, and test taking. The center’s regular hours generally are
Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm, but each semester is different.
Please call 860.768.4312 for information regarding earlier openings or
occasional extended hours. Please note: extended hours are offered only
when tutors are available. Call 860.768.4312 to make an appointment.
University Libraries
The University Libraries consists of the William H. Mortensen Library,
and the Mildred P. Allen Memorial Library. Mortensen, located in the
Harry Jack Gray Center, midway between the academic and residential
sides of campus, houses the general collection, special collection
for Art and Judaic Studies, and the University Archives. Allen Library,
on the upper level of the Gray Center’s east wing, supports the pro-
grams of The Hartt School in music, dance, and the performing arts.
Information about Libraries collections and services is available on the
Libraries’ home page, http://library.hartford.edu.
Mortensen Library Hours Spring Semester:
Monday–Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 am–12 midnight
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 am–6 pm
Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 am–6 pm
Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 noon–12 midnight
Allen Library Hours Spring Semester:
Monday–Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 am–11 pm
Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30 am–6 pm
Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 am–5 pm
Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 noon–11 pm
Winterterm, Summerterm and holiday hours are posted in the libraries
and on the website: http://library.hartford.edu.
For information, call 860.768.4264.
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Administrative Information
Admissions
Undergraduate Admissions
The University of Hartford regularly makes most of its courses avail-
able to individuals who wish to pursue their education on a part-time
basis. The individuals may register for either day or evening courses,
and most of the degree programs the University offers may be com-
pleted by students who enroll on a part-time basis.
The same high academic standards and expectations are applied to
all University courses, whether they are taught as part of the regular
day schedule or in the evening. Degree requirements are essentially
the same for part- and full-time students, and the credit value of a
course is the same whether it is taken during the evening or day or
by a part- or full-time student.
The Office of Admission and Student Financial Assistance receives
all applications for matriculation into the undergraduate degree
programs and determines whether or not students are accepted into
the programs. It also administers the University’s financial assistance
program. The office is located in Bates House, the white frame
building near the north entrance to the campus. The office is open
from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The telephone
number is 860.768.4296. More information is available online at
http://admission.hartford.edu.
Graduate Admissions
Graduate admissions, open houses and admission advising for all
schools are coordinated through the Center for Graduate and Adult
Academic Services in the Auerbach Computer and Administrative
Services Building, Room 231. The hours for the Center are Monday
through Thursday, 8:30 am to 7 pm and Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. Call
860.768.4371 for more information or email GradStudy@hartford.edu.
Career Services
The Office of Career Services is committed to helping students incor-
porate their academic, extracurricular, and personal backgrounds
into a career plan—preparing for it, initiating it, and making it
successful. The services offered include individual career counseling
and advising, as well as workshops covering a variety of professional
and career-related topics (e.g., skills identification, résumé writing,
and job-search techniques), and assistance in finding internship and
job opportunities. The University’s CareerBridge on-line employment
information system is available to students and alumni.
The office is open from 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Walk-in hours for quick questions and resume help are available
from 1 pm to 4 pm Monday through Thursday. To request further
information or to make an appointment with a counselor, call
860.768.4287. The Career Services website may be found at
www.hartford.edu/career.
Computer Support Center
Located in the Computer Center Building, room CC 113, the
Computer Support Center (CSC) is a free source for computer help
provided by Information Technology Services (ITS), available to
all currently registered students as well as faculty and staff. It is a
resource to help those who wish to connect and use the university’s
network and email system either from on campus or off, to obtain
E-mail Accounts, to report problems with the Network, to get
web sites posted to the server, to get computer-related questions
answered, and to get help using the scanners provided in the CSC
(at no cost). Laser and color printing are available for a fee.
Students can call, email, or show up in person to make use of the
services offered. Some services require “in person” visits only.
CSC hours for the spring term are: Monday–Thursday
8:30 am–9 pm, Friday 8:30 am–7 pm, Saturday 10 am–6 pm,
Sunday 12 noon–6 pm. For other times, visit http://its.hartford.edu.
For more information, contact ITS@hartford.edu or by phone at
860.768.5999, Option 1, 0.
Health Services
The University Health Services 860.768.6601 is located in the Sports
Center. The entrance is on the west (left) side of the building.
Services are available to all full-time undergraduate students during
the fall and spring semesters. Graduate and part-time students are
welcome to use the facility by either (a) paying the health fee during
the registration process or (b) paying a fee for medical services at
the time they are rendered.
Student Health Services provides basic health care to students,
including routine acute and chronic medical care, women’s health
exams, birth-control counseling, and most laboratory testing. The
Health Services staff includes physicians, nurse practitioners, regis-
tered nurses and medical assistants. Our providers are experienced
in treating common health problems seen on college campuses and
have access to a wide range of specialists and emergency services
when necessary. Health Services operates on an appointment
system. Students may contact Public Safety after hours for any medi-
cal emergency by calling ext. 7777.
For students’ convenience, Health Services offers the following for a
modest fee.
• Allergy injections using the antigen and instructions supplied by
the student’s allergist
• PPD, tetanus, flu, hepatitis A and B, meningitis, measles, mumps
and rubella injections
• Women’s health annual exams
• Pregnancy testing
• STD testing, including confidential HIV testing
• A variety of medications, including prescription, over-the-counter
and birth-control products.
Department of Public Safety
The Department of Public Safety is located in the same building as
Facilities, adjacent to parking lot-E. Public Safety is in full opera-
tion twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. Officers provide
foot, vehicle, and bicycle patrols of all campus areas and respond
to all complaints and requests for assistance. All officers are certi-
fied as Medical Response Technicians. Specialized units within the
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Department of Public Safety include investigation and crime preven-
tion services. Other services include shuttle bus and escort services,
registration of vehicles, bicycles, and other personal property, lost
and found, and loan of jumper cables.
The Department of Public Safety is also responsible for enforcing all
parking and traffic regulations and publishes “Your Car on Campus,”
a comprehensive pamphlet detailing campus parking and traffic
regulations. NOTE: All vehicles using campus parking facilities must
display a current University of Hartford parking permit. For more
information contact the Department of Public Safety at 860.768.7985
Registrar
All official academic records and grades are held in the Registrar’s
Office. The Registrar’s Office is located on the second floor of the
Computer and Administration Center. The office is open from
8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. For further informa-
tion, call 860.768.4557.
Student Administrative Services Center (SASC)
For information regarding tuition and fees, registration, enroll-
ment verification, and address changes, students should contact the
Student Administrative Services Center. Normal business hours are
from 8:30 am to 6 pm, Monday through Thursday, and 8:30 am
to 3 pm on Friday. SASC is located on the second floor of the
Computer and Administration Center. For further information,
e-mail us at sasc@hartford.edu, call 860.768.4999, or go to
http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/SASC/.
Student ID (Hawk Card) Office
The Student ID office is located in the basement level of the Gengras
Student Union. To obtain a student ID, the student must provide proof
of registration and a photo I.D. The office hours are Monday–Thursday
from 9 am–4:30 pm and Friday from 9 am–3 pm. During the beginning
of each semester, the office typically holds extended hours. For more
information, call 860.768.5343.
Veterans’ Information
Information and counseling on veterans’ benefits and current legisla-
tion are available from your nearest Veterans Administration office.
For general information, you may also see the University veterans’
representative in room 217 in the Registrar’s Office, located on the
second floor of the Computer and Administration Center. For further
information, call 860.768.4559.
Bus/Shuttle Service
The University provides a shuttle service on a regular schedule on
the Bloomfield Avenue, as well as between the Bloomfield Avenue
campus, the Handel Center, and the Asylum Avenue campus.
For up to date shuttle information, check the website:
www.hartford.edu/resources/bus/.
Dining on Bloomfield Avenue Campus
The University of Hartford’s dining options range from convenience
style shops to sit down dining with modified wait staff service. See
below for more information on location and hours. The numbers in
parentheses refer to the location on the map on the inside back cover
of this Schedule.
*All locations and hours are subject to change.
1877 Club
Harry Jack Gray Center, ground level (14)
Sit down dining, buffet menu with modified wait staff service.
Tuesday–Friday: 11:30 am–1:30 pm
Dorothy Goodwin Café
(Mortensen Library)
Monday–Friday: 8 am–11 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: 2 pm–11 pm
Gengras Student Union Café
Main level, Gengras Student Union (17)
Sit down cafeteria style dining.
Monday–Thursday: 11 am–7 pm; Friday 11 am–2 pm
Hawk’s Nest
Lower level, University Commons (6)
Mid to late evening, guide casual restaurant.
Monday–Sunday: 5 pm–12 midnight
Market City Deli
Konover Center (11)
Coffee, sandwiches, salads, and snacks.
Monday–Sunday: 5 pm–2 am
Taco Bell in Market City Deli
Konover Center (11)
Monday–Sunday: 7 pm–2 am
Java, Jr.
3rd Floor, Auerbach Hall (20)
Coffee and snacks.
Monday–Thursday: 4 pm–8 pm
Einstein Bros. Bagels
Main level, Gengras Student Union, next to Café (17)
Deli style sandwiches and soup.
Monday–Friday 7:30 am–4 pm
University Commons
Street level, University Commons building (6)
Cafeteria for residential complexes.
Monday–Friday: 7:30 am–7:30 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 11:30 am–6:30 pm
Village Market
Konover Center (11)
Grocery style convenience store and DVD rentals.
Monday–Friday: 7:30 am–2 am
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am–2 am
Dining in Handel Performing Arts Center
Backstage Café
Monday–Friday: 9 am–8 pm; Saturday: 8 am–4 pm
Sunday: closed.
General Information
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Gengras Student Union
Gengras Student Union is the community center for the entire cam-
pus community. This facility houses food services, Office of the Dean
of Students, Career Center, Student Government, Commuter Student
Lounge, Counseling, Multicultural Center, Mail Services, Bank of
America, Cooperative Education, International Office, Community
Service Office, RISE Leadership Center, as well as numerous student
club, organization offices and Howie’s Hangout game room. This
facility, along with Konover Campus Center, University Commons,
Student Activities and Greek Life are managed by the Student Centers
Administration Office in GSU 205, 860.768.4283.
The regular hours for the Gengras Student Union building are:
Monday–Friday, 7:30 am–11 pm (the office opens at 8 am); and
Saturday and Sunday, 11 am–11 pm
A cafeteria located on the main floor of Gengras serves a variety of
hot and cold meals and provides seating and study space. See Dining
on Campus for more information.
Health Club Membership in the University’s
Sports Center
Part-time undergraduate and graduate students at the University,
along with their families, may purchase a membership to the
University’s Sports Center. The Sports Center boasts a wide range of
modern facilities and equipment. These include
• four multipurpose courts
• modern locker areas with saunas
• four racquetball courts and one squash court—reservations are
taken 24 hours in advance at 860.768.5070
• 25-yard indoor pool with Tarn-Pure filtration system
• six Hard-Tru lighted tennis courts
• multipurpose room for aerobic classes—held Monday through
Thursday.
• Eagle Cybex Room with state-of-the-art weight equipment
• Free-Weight Room
Please call the Sports Center director’s office at 860.768.5050 for
current membership prices and to arrange a tour of the facility. To
reach the Sports Center lobby, call 860.768.5070.
Credit for Nontraditional Learning
The University of Hartford offers a variety of ways for students to earn
college credit for learning that may have occurred in nontraditional (i.e.,
outside the formal classroom) settings. These include the College-Level
Examination Program (CLEP), the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional
Educational Support (DANTES) program, and the Learning in Non-Credit
Settings (LINCS) program. These programs help students obtain college
credit for what they know and can do regardless of how or where their
knowledge was acquired. Information on these tests including test dates,
fees and registration information is available at http://admission.hartford.
edu/parttime/testing.php. These programs are administered through the
Center for Graduate and Adult Academic Services, 860.768.4371 or
800. 945.0712.
CLEP
The College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), developed by the
Princeton Testing Services, gives individuals the opportunity to earn
college credit by successfully completing standardized examinations.
At the University of Hartford, individuals may earn up to 27 credits
by successfully completing CLEP examinations. More information on
CLEP and the exam equivalencies to University courses is available at
http://admission.hartford.edu/parttime/testing.php.
DANTES
The Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support (DANTES)
program is a testing service established by the Educational Testing
Service. The program offers 35 subject standardized tests in a wide
range of introductory college-level academic, vocational/technical,
and business subjects.
LINCS
The Learning in Non-Credit Settings (LINCS) program provides
students with an opportunity to earn academic credit for learning
that may have taken place as a result of work experience, on the job
training or independent study. To obtain college credit, students must
submit a portfolio to an academic department for evaluation. More
LINCS Program Information is available online at http://admission.
hartford.edu/parttime/testing.php.
Additional Testing Services
The following standardized exams are also offered on campus by
independent test providers:
• LSAT Law School Admission Test
• GRE Graduate Record Examination
• GMAT Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
• PRAXIS Professional Assessment for Beginning Teachers
For further information about these tests, or to register, students
should visit the testing service website. Links to the sites are available
at http://admission.hartford.edu/parttime/testing.php.
Departmental Examinations
Any school of the University may, under suitable circumstances,
authorize the administration of an examination of its own devising or
choosing for the purpose of granting credit. Individuals interested in
this option should contact the appropriate academic department for
information.
Note: Students should check with their advisors, program directors,
and/or college evaluators to be sure test credits will satisfy their
program requirements.
Testing Services
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University Studies
Associate Degree Programs
Liberal Arts
Paralegal Studies
Bachelor Degree Programs
Multimedia Web Design and Development
Paralegal Studies
University Studies (Part-time adult degree completion program)
College of Arts and Sciences
Associate Degree Programs
Biological Sciences, Communication, Humanities, Physical Sciences,
Social Sciences
Bachelor Degree Programs
Art History, Biology, Chemistry, Cinema, Communication, Computer
Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, English, Gender Studies,
History, International Studies, Judaic Studies, Mathematics,
Mathematics with Certification in Secondary Education, Modern
Languages and Cultures, Philosophy, Physics, Political Economy,
Politics and Government, Psychology, Rhetoric and Professional
Writing, and Sociology
Special Programs
African American Studies, Applied Social Research, Honors Program,
Interdisciplinary Contract Majors, Pre-Law, Premedical Professional
Programs (Dentistry, Medicine, Optometry, Osteopathy, Podiatry,
Veterinary), and Religious Studies.
Barney School of Business
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, with majors in
Accounting, Economics and Finance, Entrepreneurial Studies,
Insurance and Finance, Management, and Marketing
College of Education, Nursing and Health
Professions
Education
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education, with a teaching major in
English
Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood Education, Elementary
Education, Human Services, Integrated Special Education/Elementary
Education
Nursing
Bachelor of Science (must already have RN)
Health Professions
Associate in Health Science
Bachelor of Science in Health Science (including Pre-Chiropractic,
Pre-Dental, Pre-Optometry, Pre-Osteopathic, Pre-Podiatry), Clinical
Lab Science/Medical Technology, Radiologic Technology, and
Respiratory Care
Combined Bachelor of Science in Health Science and Doctor of
Physical Therapy
Combined Bachelor of Science in Health Science and Master of
Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics
College of Engineering, Technology, and
Architecture
Engineering
Associate in Engineering Science
Bachelor of Science in Acoustical Engineering and Music,
Biomedical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, and Mechanical
Engineering, with interdisciplinary concentrations in Acoustics
Manufacturing, and Environmental Studies and others
Technology
Associate in Science in Computer Engineering Technology
and Electronic Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering Technology,
Audio Engineering Technology, Computer Engineering Technology,
Electronic Engineering Technology, Engineering Technology, and
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Hartford Art School
Bachelor of Fine Arts, with majors in Ceramics, Drawing, Illustration,
Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Media Arts, and
Visual Communication Design
Hillyer College
Associate in Arts
The Hartt School
Bachelor of Music in Composition, African American Music / Jazz
Studies, Music Education, Music History, Music Management,
Performance, Pre-Cantorial Studies, Music Production and
Technology, Music Theory
Diploma in Composition, Instrumental and Vocal Performance,
and Jazz Studies
Bachelor of Arts in Performing Arts Management, Music
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance, Music Theatre, and Actor Training
Bachelor of Science in Engineering, in Acoustical Engineering and
Music
Undergraduate Programs of Study
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College of Arts and Sciences
Programs in the following areas:
Certificates in Math and Sciences
Applied Engineering Math
Applied Statistics
Chemistry
Computer Science
Certificates in Communication and Writing
Advertising
Creative Writing
Media Production
Rhetoric and Professional Writing
Certificates in Languages and Social Sciences
French
German
Italian
Spanish
Criminal Justice
Certificates in Social Sciences
Criminal Justice
Certificate in Art History
University Studies
Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Professions Certificate
Paralegal Certificate
Certificate Programs
Most programs at the University may be pursued on either a part-
time or full-time basis. However, not all programs offer regular
evening courses. The following programs can be completed on a
part-time basis with many classes available in the evening. Evening
courses may be scheduled in either a traditional format or the
Academic Express format.
Academic Express format: Offering a variety of scheduling options
including 7½ week courses, Saturday courses and online courses.
Some sections are closed to traditional full-time students.
University Studies
Associate in Liberal Arts
Bachelor of University Studies (Part-time Adult Degree Completion
Program)
Associate, Certificate, Bachelor programs in Paralegal Studies
College of Arts and Sciences
Bachelor’s programs in Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science,
English, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, and Sociology.
Barney School of Business
Business Administration, with majors in Accounting, Economics
and Finance, and Management
College of Education, Nursing and Health
Professions
Health Science and Nursing (RN to BSN)
College of Engineering, Technology, and
Architecture
Engineering
Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and
Mechanical Engineering
Technology
Associate in Science in Computer Engineering Technology and
Electronic Engineering Technology
Bachelor of Science in Audio Engineering, Architectural Engineering
Technology, Computer Engineering Technology, Electronic
Engineering Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology
Evening Programs of Study
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Graduate Programs of Study
College of Arts and Science
Master of Arts in Communication
Master of Science in Neuroscience
Master of Arts in Clinical Practices in Psychology
Master of Arts in General Psychology
Master of Science in Organizational Psychology
Master of Science in School Psychology
Sixth Year Certificate in Counseling
Doctor of Psychology (PsyD) in Clinical Psychology
Barney School of Business
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Accelerated Master of Business Administration (AMBA)
Master of Science in Accounting and Taxation (M.S.A.T.)
Master of Engineering and Master of Business Administration
Dual Degree in Engineering and Business (E2M)
Post Master’s Certification in Taxation
Post Master’s Certification in Accounting
College of Engineering, Technology
and Architecture
Master of Architecture
Master of Engineering in Civil Engineering
Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Master of Engineering, with specializations in Environmental
Engineering, Structural Engineering, and Transportation Engineering
Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, with special-
ization in Manufacturing Engineering and Turbo machinery.
Master of Engineering and Master of Business Administration:
Dual Degree in Engineering and Business (E2M)
3+2 Program (Bachelor of Science + Master of Engineering)
Hartford Art School
Master of Fine Arts, in Illustration
College of Education, Nursing and
Health Professions
Master of Education in Deaf Education—Aural Habilitation And
Education of Hearing-Impaired Children, Early Childhood Education,
Early Childhood Education with Montessori Concentration, Educational
Technology, Elementary Education
Master of Science in Nursing, with curricula in Nursing Education,
Nursing Management, Community/Public Health Nursing
Post Master’s Teaching Certificate in Nursing
Master of Science in Prosthetics and Orthotics, start summer
2012
Doctor of Physical Therapy
Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership (EdD)
The Hartt School
Master of Music with concentrations in Composition, Choral and
Orchestral Conducting, Guitar, Music History, Music Theory, Orchestral
Instrument, Organ and Liturgical Music, Piano Accompanying, Piano
Performance with a Pedagogy emphasis, Performance, Instrumental
Performance with Suzuki Pedagogy emphasis, Voice
Master of Music Education and Master of Music Education
with Certification in Conducting, Early Childhood, Kodály, Pedagogy,
Performance, Research, and Technology
Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study, 30-hour General
Certification in Music Education (Sixth-Year Certificate)
Graduate Professional Diploma in Composition, Orchestral
Conducting, and Performance
Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition, Choral Conducting, and
Performance
Doctor of Musical Arts-Music Education in Pedagogy,
Performance and Conducting
Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education with Early Childhood or
Pedagogy emphasis
Artist Diploma in Composition and Performance
For more information, contact
Graduate Admission Counselor
860.768.4371 or 800.945.0712
www.hartford.edu/graduate
GradStudy@hartford.edu
Graduate Open House
January 12, 2010
4:30 to 6:30 pm
Gray Conference Center
RSVP: http://hartford.edu/graduate
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Winterterm
December 30, 2009–January 19, 2010
Move ahead in credits this Winterterm!
Housing for Winterterm is included if you
currently live on campus and are registered
for both Winterterm and spring 2010.
Register now—classes are filling quickly!
Please check the schedule on the following pages
for course dates and times, then visit our website,
www.hartford.edu/winterterm,
for course registration, updates, changes,
and study abroad trips.
If you have questions, please call 860.768.4978
or e-mail us at winterm@hartford.edu.
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Registration Procedure
Walk-in registration begins Oct. 2, 2009, at the Student Administrative
Services Center, located on the second floor of the Beatrice Fox Auerbach
Computer and Administration Center. Te Student Administrative Services
Center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Tursday, and from
8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday. Please go to the Winterterm 2010 website at
www.hartford.edu/winterterm for holiday hours and registering online. If
more convenient, you may register by mail or fax at 860.768.4593 before
Dec. 14, 2009. After this date, you must register in person at the Student
Administrative Services Center.
When you receive the copy of your processed registration form, you will
also receive the deadlines for course decisions (Pass/No Pass, Drop/Add,
Audit/Credit, and Withdrawal).
Library Services—Dec. 30, 2009–Jan. 19, 2010
Dec. 31, 2009 Libraries close at 3:30 p.m.
January 1, 2010 Closed
Mortensen Library
Monday–Tursday 8 a.m.–9 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Sunday 12 noon–6 p.m.
Allen Memorial Music Library
Monday–Tursday 8:30 a.m.–6 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday Closed
Campus Food Services Hours
1877 Club (Harry Jack Gray Center)
Buffet Lunch
Tuesday–Friday 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m.*
Einstein Bros. Bagels (Gengras Student Union)
Monday–Friday 7:30 a.m.–4 p.m.*
Dorothy Goodwin Café (Mortensen Library)
Monday–Tursday 8 a.m.–11 p.m.*
Friday 8 a.m.–5 p.m.*
No food services available on weekends.
*Hours subject to change
Refund Policy
No refunds are given after a course has started. If you withdraw in writing
before the first class meets, you will receive a full tuition credit, excluding the
$30 registration fee.
Office of Residential Life
Housing is available to current on-campus residents who are returning to
their assignment for the spring 2010 semester. Only those students registered for
Winterterm classes may stay through the Winterterm break period. Applications
for Winterterm housing will be available online beginning Nov. 13, 2009.
Winterterm housing will open beginning Dec. 29, 2009.
For more information, please visit our website,
http://uhaweb.hartford.edu/reslife.
Bookstore Hours
Te bookstore will be closed Dec. 24–26 and Jan. 1, 2010.
Monday–Tursday 9 a.m.–4 p.m.**
Friday 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Closed weekends
For more information please visit our website at: www.hartford.bkstr.com.
Emergency Closing
In the event of severe weather conditions or an emergency situation, if the
University elects to close, such information will be available through the
following vehicles:
Web Alert: A message will appear on the University’s home page,
www.hartford.edu.
Telephone: Dial the University’s main number, 860.768.4100, from off
campus; or dial 0 from campus residences and offices.
Radio: WTIC (1080 AM/96.5 FM) and WRCH (100.5 FM).
Television: Channel 3 (WFSB-TV) is currently the only local TV station to
allow colleges to report specific opening and closing times. Please follow up on
any announcements you see on TV by calling 860.768.4100 or visiting
www.hartford.edu.
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Winterterm
Dec. 30, 2009–Jan. 19, 2010
During Winterterm you can earn at least 3 credits ahead of schedule, or repeat a course for a better grade, while you concentrate on one course. All
undergraduate courses are worth 3 credits, unless otherwise noted, and tuition is $410 per credit. Tuition per credit for Barney School graduate
courses is $625*; psychology graduate courses are $405 per credit. Full payment for tuition and fees is due at the time of registration, or you may use
our deferred payment plan: the minimum of $30 (registration fee) plus half the tuition must accompany the registration form. Te remainder of the
tuition is due by Jan. 6, 2010.
University of Hartford student billing statements are delivered online. Payment for your courses may be made online through CASHNet,
made in person, or mailed. Please go to the Winterterm website, www.hartford.edu/winterterm, for complete information on billing and payment
method.
*Barney School graduate tuition fee includes texts, registration fee, lab fees, and graduation fees for matriculated students only.
Additional courses may be added after this announcement. Be sure to check online for updates at www.hartford.edu/winterterm.
**Bookstore hours on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 29 and 30, 2009, are 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
8 Winterterm bookstore hours are Dec. 2 , 2009, through Jan. 19, 2010:
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CH 226 Quantitative Analysis 4.0
PREREQUISITES: CH 111
05086 M 01:00-04:00pm D 352 Staff
05077 LAB RF 08:30-12:30pm D 352 Staff
A study of basic immunology rapidly leading to lecture and
laboratory exercises in basic serology. Topics include syphilis,
serology, infectious mononucleosis, rheumatoid arthritis test-
ing, C-reactive protein, pregnancy testing, and quality control.
Permission of instructor required.
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will meet
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Bloomfield Avenue Campus
A Beatrice Auerbach Hall
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CC Auerbach Computer and
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D Charles A. Dana Hall
E East Hall
F Alfred C. Fuller Music Center
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H Hillyer Hall
HH Hawk Hall
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L/T Lincoln Theater
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V Visual Art Center,
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BUT Butterworth Hall
CHE Cheney Hall
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Course Title
CH 226 Quantitative Analysis 4.0
PREREQUISITES: CH 111
R 05086 M 04:20-06:50pm D 352 Staff
R 05077 LAB RF 07:00-10:00pm D 352 Staff
A study of basic immunology rapidly leading to lecture and
laboratory exercises in basic serology. Topics include syphilis,
serology, infectious mononucleosis, rheumatoid arthritis test-
ing, C-reactive protein, pregnancy testing, and quality control.
Permission of instructor required.
Day Classes
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10 9 8 7 6 5
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10 9 8 7 6 5
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
• Offering four 10-week terms throughout the year
• Most students can complete a baccalaureate degree in 2
1
/
2
years by attending classes only on Saturdays
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
Session 2: December 5–February 13, 2010
(no classes on December 26)
CMM 110 Introduction to Communcation
93132 Introduction to Communcation 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 422 Staff
EDG 331 Helping Skills and Interpersonal Relations
93207 Helping Skills and Interpersonal Relations
3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 420 Staff
HIS 262 History of the American Family
93220 History of the American Family 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 421 Staff
LAH 230 Real Estate Transactions
93125 Real Estate Transactions 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 320 Vallen, M
LAH 250 Legal Research and Writing I
93298 Legal Research and Writing I 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 425 Dowling
MGT 421 Leadership in the 21st Century
93131 Leadership in the 21st Century 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 321 Toller, R
PSY 253 Psychology Applied to the Workplace
93194 Psychology Applied to the Workplace 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 325 Guzman, M
SOC 320 Social Relations
93127 Social Relations 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 323 Hardesty, M
SOC 376 Juvenile Deliquency
93138 Juvenile Deliquency 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 422 DiChiara, A
CMM 222 Small Group Communication
93233 Small Group Communication 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 320 Silva, P
ENG 140 Introduction to Literature
93259 Introduction to Literature 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 421 Staff
LAH 210 Civil Litigation I
93285 Civil Litigation I 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 423 McLoughlin, S
LAH 250 Legal Research and Writing I
93141 Legal Research and Writing I 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 321 Vallen, M
MGT 360 Developing Management Skills
93136 Developing Management Skills 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 420 Staff
RPW 316W Collaborative Writing in the Workplace
93246 Collaborative Writing in the Workplace 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 325 Staff
AUCA 120 Art and Thought of Classical Greece
93168 Art and Thought of Classical Greece
3.00 online DIST LRNG Staff
AUCW 180 Western Heritage: Humanities
93155 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 online DIST LRNG Staff
PSY 102 Introductory Psychology: Applications
93126 Introductory Psychology: Applications 3.00 online DIST LRNG Hogg, J
SOC 271 Deviance
93137 Deviance 3.00 online DIST LRNG DiChiara, A
Session 3: February 27–May 8, 2010
(no classes on March 20)
EDG 333 People in Systems
90092 People in Systems 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 422 Cromwell, L
LAH 201 Introduction to the Legal System
90014 Introduction to the Legal System 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 423 Staff
LAH 325 Technology in Law
90027 Technology in Law 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 109 Vallen, M
Academic Express—Alternative Scheduling
Saturdayterm
ACADEMIC EXPRESS—ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULING
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M 116 Contemporary Mathematics
90066 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 424 Unfried, M
MGT 310 Introduction to Management
90040 Introduction to Management 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 320 Toller, M
PSY 261 Stress and Stress Management
90053 Stress and Stress Management 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 421 Staff
SOC 461 Formal Organizations and Bureacracy
90079 Formal Organizations and Bureacracy
3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 321 Morra, J
SOC 470 Criminology
90105 Criminology 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 420 DiChiara, A
CMM 230 Organizational Communication
90157 Organizational Communication 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 420 Staff
EC 211 Principles of Microeconomics
90144 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 422 Svalestad, O
LAH 210 Civil Litigation
90131 Civil Litigation 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 320 Staff
LAH 215 Paralegal Studies Ethics (Starting Week 6)
90118 Paralegal Studies Ethics (Starting Week 6)
3.00 S 01:00-04:00pm A 421 Staff
RPW 211W Introduction to Business and Mgmt. Communication
90170 Introduction to Business and Mgmt. Communication
3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 321 Richards, B
AUCA 130 The Italian Renaissance
90222 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 online DIST LRNG Jarvis, S
AUCC 120 Literature and Film of Other Cultures
90196 Literature and Film of Other Cultures
3.00 online DIST LRNG Stores, T
AUCS 340 Ethics in the Professions
90183 Ethics in the Professions 3.00 online DIST LRNG Morison, S
AUCT 140 Epidemics and Aids
90209 Epidemics and Aids 3.00 online DIST LRNG Tomkins, M
RPW 375 Professional Editing
90235 Professional Editing 3.00 online DIST LRNG Staff
Session 4: June 5–August 14, 2010
(no classes on July 3)
CMM 115 Improving Communication Skills
Improving Communication Skills 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm Staff
LAH 250 Legal Research and Writing I
Legal Research and Writing I 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm Staff
MGT 315 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Relationships
Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Relationships
3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm Staff
PSY 252 Social Psychology
Social Psychology 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm Staff
SOC 366 Work and Leisure
Work and Leisure 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm Staff
CMM 340 Conflict and Communication
Conflict and Communication 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm Staff
LAH TBD Legal Elective
Legal Elective 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm Staff
MKT 325 Marketing Communications
Marketing Communications 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm Staff
PSY 101 Introductory Psychology: Concepts
Introductory Psychology: Concepts 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm Staff
SOC 473 Crime, Law and Administrative Justice
Crime, Law and Administrative Justice
3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm Staff
RPW 210W Foundations of Argument
Foundations of Argument 3.00 online DIST LRNG Staff
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Sociology 3.00 online DIST LRNG Staff
ACADEMIC EXPRESS—ALTERNATIVE SCHEDULING
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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Seven-week courses
(January 20–March 12)
ALL-UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCA 130 The Italian Renaissance
R 15260 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 M W 04:50-07:25pm UT 306 Lechner G
(January 20 - March 10)
AUCW 180 Western Heritage: Humanities
15564 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am HH 106 Pisano T
(January 21 - March 11)
AUCS 120 Adult Journey:Search Meaning
18178 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am UT 316 Sukosky D
(January 21 - March 11)
AUCT 140 Epidemics and AIDS
R 15112 Epidemics and AIDS 3.00 M W 06:10-08:55pm H 403 Guha A
(January 20 - March 3)
(This section can only be taken for 3 credits. If the students wants to register for 4 credits they need to register for
section #22073) Labs are scheduled for the full semester)
R 22073 Epidemics and AIDS 4.00 M W 06:10-08:55pm H 403 Guha A
(January 20 - March 3)
(This section can only be taken for 4 credits. The students need to select a lab section.)(Labs are scheduled for the
full semester.)(If the student wants the course for only 3 credits, they need to register for section #15112.)
MATH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
M 110 Modeling with Elem. Functions
16636 Modeling with Elem. Functions 3.00 M W 01:30-04:00pm D 236 Haruta M
(January 20 - March 17)
PARALEGAL STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
LAH 480 Indep.Study in Legal Studies
16033 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
LAH 490 Internship/Legal Assistant
16002 Internship/Legal Assistant 3.00 TO 15.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
(March 22–May 4)
ALL-UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCA 130 The Italian Renaissance
R 15656 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 M W 04:50-07:25pm UT 306 Lechner G
(March 22 - May 3)
AUCS 120 Adult Journey: Search Meaning
18179 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am UT 316 Sukosky D
(March 23 - May 4)
(Written and Oral Communication and Social Interaction)
AUCW 180 Western Heritage: Humanities
16601 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am HH 106 Pisano T
(March 23 - May 4)
GENDER STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
GS 258 Human Sexual Behavior
R 18135 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 M W 07:30-09:50pm E 220 Dischiavo R
(March 22 - May 3)
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 258 18122
MATH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
M 116 Contemporary Mathematics
14924 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 M W 01:30-04:00pm D 236 Haruta M
(March 22 - May 3)
PARALEGAL STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
LAH 215 Ethic&Prof. Resp. for Paraleg.
R 18093 Ethic&Prof. Resp. for Paraleg. 1.00 R 07:30-09:00pm H 221 Staff
90118 Ethic&Prof. Resp. for Paraleg. 1.00 S 01:00-04:00pm A 421 Staff
SEVEN-WEEK COURSES
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LAH 480 Indep.Study in Legal Studies
16001 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
LAH 490 Internship/Legal Assistant
16057 Internship/Legal Assistant 3.00 TO 15.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
PSYCHOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
PSY 258 Human Sexual Behavior
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
R18122 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 M W 07:30-09:50pm E 220 Dischiavo R
(March 22 - May 3)
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 258 18135
(January 20–May 4)
PARALEGAL STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
LAH 201 Intro. to the Legal System
R 16887 Intro. to the Legal System 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 217 Staff
90014 Intro. to the Legal System 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 423 Staff
LAH 210 Civil Litigation I
PREREQUISITES: LAH 201
90131 Civil Litigation I 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 320 Staff
LAH 241 Business Organizations
PREREQUISITES: LAH 201
R 18602 Business Organizations 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm D 411 Staff
LAH 325 Technology in Law
PREREQUISITES: LAH 201, LAH 250
90027 Technology in Law 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 109 Vallen M
(Lab fee)
LAH 355 Family Law
PREREQUISITES: LAH 100, LAH 110
R 22151 Family Law 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm D 309 Bollier R
LAH 430 Communication Law In America
R 22138 Communication Law In America 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 415 Siegel P
CROSSLISTINGS: CMM 430 18031
LAH 450 Seminar/Legal Studies
R 18589 Seminar/Legal Studies 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm UT 316 Boyle D
LAH 480 Indep.Study in Legal Studies
16158 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
18524 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dowling R
(Senior standing and completion of all major requirements)
LAH 490 Internship/Legal Assistant
16157 Internship/Legal Assistant 3.00 TO 15.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle
SEVEN-WEEK COURSES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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University Studies
ALL-UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM
The All-University Curriculum is a liberal education curriculum that seeks to develop student’s ability to learn, instills the desire to learn, and
seeks learning as a lifelong endeavor. It was designed by the faculty to provide students the very best preparation for their careers and for life.
By re-emphasizing the traditional liberal arts and sciences, this curriculum focuses on the core of learning that is essential for the well-educated
adult. In this way students develop a sound foundation in important areas outside the major. The All-University Curriculum is also designed to
equip students with essential abilities that are necessary for success in a rapidly changing world. Faculty who developed the curriculum selected
classical and traditional knowledge that has value for today. They also identified contemporary knowledge in the social sciences, business, and
technology to equip the graduate for survival in the world. All-University Curriculum (AUC) courses over their four years as part of graduation
requirements. They will each take one course from four of the five breadth categories for a minimum of 12 AUC credits. Each school and college
of the University determines which of the four categories are required for its major. A course in the fifth category may be taken as an elective.
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S))
ALL-UNIV-CURRIC-WEST HERITAGE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCW 180 Western Heritage: Humanities
15259 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 419 Woodiel D
15564 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am HH 106 Pisano T
(January 21 - March 11)
15605 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 419 Woodiel D
16238 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 421 Cremins P
16601 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am HH 106 Pisano T
(March 23 - May 4)
17249 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm CC 117 Martinelli R
18155 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm CC 117 Martinelli R
18156 Western Heritage: Humanities 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 415 Russell K
(Written and Oral Communication and Values Identification)
AUCW 180 Western Heritage: The Humanities
J 51019 Western Heritage: The Humanities 3.00 M-F 09:30-12:30pm A 420 Pisano
1/4-1/9
AUCW 210 Discovering America I: to 1865
R 16719 Discovering America I: to 1865 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm CC 118 Rountree L
(Written Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCW 211 Discovering America II: American Civilization, 1865 to 1945
J 51103 Discovering America II: American Civilization, 1865 to 1945
3.00 M-F 05:00-8:30pm H 301 Weinholtz
1/4-1/18
AUCW 212 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present
15165 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am HH 115 Cooley J
15497 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm CC 118 Karl P
15608 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 425 Canedy C
Emphasis on the cumulative social, cultural, political, and strategic transformations that have overtaken America during the Golden Age
after World War II.
15732 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm HH 115 Weinholtz D,
Harrison W
Focus upon economic, political, social and cultural changes during the post-World War II era, with a particular emphasis on Hartford
and its surrounding towns.
16041 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am HH 115 Cooley J
R 16493 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm CC 115 Fierro R
R 17250 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm CC 115 Fierro R
17251 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm HH 106 Walens S
17252 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm D 425 Garrison G
18157 Dis. Amer.III:1945-Present-HON 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 425 Garrison G
(Section #18157 is an honors section. Permission of AUC Director or instructor is required)
(Written Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCW 212 Discovering America III: American Civilization, 1945 to Present
J 51007 Discovering America III: American Civilization, 1945 to Present
3.0 M-F 01:00-04:30 pm A 322 Canedy
1/4-1/18
ALL-UNIV-CURRIC-OTHER CULTURES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCC 110 Hunger:Problem Scarcity&Choice
15935 Hunger:Problem Scarcity&Choice 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am D 425 Sanders W
17253 Hunger:Prob Scarc&Choice 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 425 Sanders W
17254 Hunger:Problem Scarcity&Choice 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 421 Dix D
18153 Hunger:Problem Scarcity&Choice 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm HH 106 Walens S
(All sections include a service learning requirement)
(Written Communication and Values Identification)
UNIVERSITY STUDIES
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AUCC 110 Hunger: Problems of Scarcity and Choice
J 51011 Hunger: Problems of Scarcity and Choice
3.0 M-F 01:00-04:30 pm A 423 Walens
1/4-1/18
AUCC 120 Lit.& Films of Other Cultures
15728 Lit.& Films of Other Cultures 3.00 T 02:05-04:45pm H 125 Raisz H
R 02:05-03:20pm H 125 Raisz H
15729 Lit.& Films of Other Cultures 3.00 T 02:05-04:45pm H 125 Raisz H
R 03:30-04:45pm H 125 Raisz H
(Film fee)
90196 Lit.& Films of Other Cultures 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Stores T
(Section #90196 is a distance learning course)
(February 27 - May 8)
(In section #90196 students will be required to rent and view 6-8 films on DVD or videoptape at home and at their
(own expense)
(Oral and Written Communication and Values Identifications)
AUCC 140 Native American Cultures
R 16353 Native American Cultures 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm CC 115 Williamson L
(Lab fee)
(Oral and Written Communication and Values identification)
AUCC 150 The Caribbean Mosaic
R 15892 The Caribbean Mosaic 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm D 309 O’Mara J
R 16240 The Caribbean Mosaic 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm D 201 Grant C
R 18154 The Caribbean Mosaic 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 229 Grant C
(Written and Oral Communication and Values Identiication)
AUCC 160 Lit.&Culture Immigrant Grp.Am.
R 16239 Lit.&Culture Immigrant Grp.Am. 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm CC 115 James K
R 16486 Lit.&Culture Immigrant Grp.Am. 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm D 425 James K
16679 Lit.&Culture Immigrant Grp.Am. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 425 Salzman-Fiske E
17256 Lit.&Culture Immigrant Grp.Am. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm HH 115 Martinelli R
(Written and Oral Communication and Values Identification)
AUCC 160 Literature and Culture of Immigrant Groups in America
J 51026 Literature and Culture of Immigrant Groups in America
3.0 M-F 09:00-12:30pm A 425 Fierro
1/4-1/18
AUCC 210 Cultures&Transnational Corpor.
17755 Cultures&Transnational Corpor. 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm CC 115 Brassem J
(Written and Oral Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCC 210 Cultures and Transnational Corporations
J 51014 Cultures and Transnational Corporations
3.0 M-F 05:00-08:30pm H 401 Ricardo
1/4-1/18
ALL-UNIV-CURRIC-ARTS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCA 110 Romanticism in Arts:Introduct.
14947 Romanticism in Arts:Introduct. 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 221 Shelley K
14948 Romanticism in Arts:Introduct. 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm E 221 Shelley K
R 16713 Romanticism in Arts:Introduct. 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm D 201 Christensen M
R 17246 Romanticism in Arts:Introduct. 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm E 221 Woodard P
R 18127 Romanticism in Arts:Introduct. 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm E 221 Woodard P
(Written Communication and Values Identification)
AUCA 120 Art & Thought Classical Greece
14802 Art&Thought Classic Greece-HON 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 301 Mayer H
(Section #14802 is an honors section. Permission of AUC Director or instructor required.)
(Written and Oral Communication and Values Identification)
AUCA 120 The Art and Thought of Classical Greece
J 51015 The Art and Thought of Classical Greece
3.0 M-F 01:00-4:30 pm H 403 Mayer
1/4-1/18
AUCA 130 The Italian Renaissance
R 15260 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 M W 04:50-07:25pm UT 306 Lechner G
(January 20 - March 10)
R 15656 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 M W 04:50-07:25pm UT 306 Lechner G
(March 22 - May 3)
R 22853 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm D 309 Frank M
R 22866 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 125 Frank M
90222 The Italian Renaissance 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Jarvis S
(Section #90222 is a distance learning course)
(Febraury 27 - May 8)
(Written and Oral Communication and Critical Thinking)
UNIVERSITY STUDIES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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AUCA 130 Italian Renaissance
J 51005 Italian Renaissance 3.0 M-F 05:00-8:30 pm E 221 Lechner
1/4-1/18
AUCA 140 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex
R 17247 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm UC 116/118 Anderson P
R 17248 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm UC 116/118 Moriarty M
21917 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex 3.00 T 02:05-04:45pm UC 116/118 Bradley S
21930 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex 3.00 R 02:05-04:45pm UC 116/118 Anderson P
R 21943 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm UC 116/118 Moriarty M
21995 Creativity:Dynamic Artistic Ex 3.00 W 01:30-04:10pm UC 116/118 Bradley S
(Lab fee)
(Oral and Written Communication, Critical Thinking, and Values Identification)
AUCA 140 Creativity: The Dynamics of Artistic Expression
J 51063 Creativity: The Dynamics of Artistic Expression
3.0 M-F 09:00-01:00pm UC 116/118 Moriarty
1/4-1/15
AUCA 150 Ethnic Roots and Urban Arts
15154 Ethnic Roots & Urban Arts 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 320 Weinswig S
18128 Ethnic Roots and Urban Arts 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 309 Beckford K
(Lab fee)
(Oral and Written Communication, Critical Thinkng and Values Identification)
ALL-UNIV-CURRIC-SOCIAL CONTEXT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCS 110 Sources of Power
R 15166 Sources of Power 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm CC 118 Harrison K
(Written and Oral Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCS 110 Sources of Power
RJ 51030 Sources of Power 3.0 M-F 05:00-08:30pm A 320 Sekou
1/4-1/18
AUCS 120 Adult Journey:Search Meaning
R 14886 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm D 425 Carney M
R 15657 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm HH 106 McKenna-Grant P
R 16331 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 422 Bernier S
18178 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am UT 316 Sukosky D
(January 21 - March 11)
18179 Adult Journey:Search Meaning 3.00 T R 09:25-11:50am UT 316 Sukosky D
(March 23 - May 4)
(Written and Oral Communication and Social Interaction)
AUCS 120 Adult Journey: Search for Meaning
J 51004 Adult Journey: Search for Meaning 3.0 M-F 01:00-4:30pm A 420 Dischiavo
1/4-1/18
AUCS 130 Dynamics&Environment Wrld Bus.
16682 Dynamics&Environment Wrld Bus. 3.00 M W 08:30-09:45am D 202 Canedy C
R 18174 Dynamics&Environment Wrld Bus. 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm D 309 Donnellan J
R 22034 Dynamics&Environment Wrld Bus. 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm E 105 Donnellan J
(This course does not fulfill an AUCS requirement for students matriculated in the Barney School of Business)
(Written and Oral Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCS 150 Gender, Identity, & Society
15261 Gender, Identity, & Society 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UC 116/118 Misovich S
18177 Gender, Identity, & Society 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 421 Dischiavo R
(Values Identification, Critical Thinking, and Written Communication)
AUCS 150 Gender, Identity, and Society
J 51012 Gender, Identity, and Society 3.0 M-F 9:00-12:30pm A 321 Highberg
1/4-1/18
AUCS 210 Discovering News:Critical Appr
16241 Discovering News:Critical Appr 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 419 Karl P
R 18180 Discovering News:Critical Appr 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 324 Papirno E
(Oral and Written Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCS 340 Ethics in the Professions
R 15886 Ethics in the Professions 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm D 421 Skelly B
R 18219 Ethics in the Professions 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm UT 306 Morison S
R 18294 Ethics in the Professions 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm HH 106 Aavatsmark A
90183 Ethics in the Professions 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Morison S
(Section #90183 is a distance learning course)
(Febraury 27 - May 8)
(Oral and Written Communication, Values Identification, and Critical Thinking)
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ALL-UNIV-CURRIC-SCIENCE & TECH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCT 115 Issues/Health&Soc:Weighing In
22047 Issues/Health&Soc:Weighing In 4.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm CC 118 Greene C
22060 Issues/Health&Soc:Weighing In 0.00 T 09:25-11:55am BC 166 Greene C
(Lab fee)
(Written Communication and Civic Responsibility)
(All labs include a Service Learning requirement)
AUCT 120 Living in the Environment
15545 Living in the Environment 4.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm HH 106 Buckley S
15546 Living in the Environment 0.00 T 09:25-12:05pm BC 162 Buckley S
16042 Living in the Environment 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 419 Cohen M
16043 Living in the Environment 0.00 W 09:30-12:00pm BC 162 Cohen M
16332 Living in the Environment 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm HH 106 Buckley S
16333 Living in the Environment 0.00 R 09:25-12:05pm BC 162 Buckley S
(Several off-campus field trips are a requirement of this course. Students are responsible for providing their own
transportation.)
(Labs include a service learning requirement)
(Lab fee)
(Written and Oral Communication and Responsibility for Civic Life)
AUCT 125 Forensic Sci:Crime Scene/Court
R 18196 Forensic Sci:Crime Scene/Court 4.00 M 05:00-07:20pm D 423 Valentin P
R 18197 Forensic Sci:Crime Scene/Court 0.00 M 07:30-09:50pm BC 166 Valentin P
R 18198 Forensic Sci:Crime Scene/Court 4.00 M 05:00-07:20pm UT 320 Lissitzyn C
R 18199 Forensic Sci:Crime Scene/Court 0.00 W 05:00-07:20pm BC 166 Wolf J
(Lab fee)
(Written Communication, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving)
AUCT 140 Epidemics and AIDS
R 15112 Epidemics and AIDS 3.00 M W 06:10-08:55pm H 403 Guha A
(January 20 - March 3) (This section can only be taken for 3 credits. If the students wants to register for 4 credits
they need to register for section #22073) Labs are scheduled for the full semester)
R 15779 Epidemics and AIDS 0.00 T 04:50-07:20pm BC 166 Miller J
R 16334 Epidemics and AIDS 0.00 R 04:50-07:20pm BC 166 Maldonado Y
R 16680 Epidemics and AIDS 0.00 T 07:30-10:00pm BC 166 Miller J
R 17259 Epidemics and AIDS 4.00 T 07:30-10:00pm H 240 Miller B
R 22073 Epidemics and AIDS 4.00 M W 06:10-08:55pm H 403 Guha A
(January 20 - March 3)
(This section can only be taken for 4 credits. The students need to select a lab section.)
(Labs are scheduled for the full semester.)
(If the student wants the course for only 3 credits, they need to registerfor section #15112.)
90209 Epidemics and AIDS 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Tomkins M
(Section #90209 is a distance learning course)
(February 27 - May 8) (Labs include a service learning requirement)
(Lab fees for sections requiring a lab) (Written and Oral Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCT 141 Epidemics and AIDS Lab
R 15731 Epidemics and AIDS Lab 1.00 R 04:50-07:20pm BC 166 Maldonado Y
(Not to be taken concurrently with AUCT 140)
R 16355 Epidemics and AIDS Lab 1.00 T 04:50-07:20pm BC 166 Miller J
(Not to be taken concurrently with AUCT 140)
(Lab fee)
(Labs include a service learning requirement)
AUCT 150 Technology as a Human Affair
R 16242 Technology as a Human Affair 4.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 319 Ciccarelli S
R 18522 Technology as a Human Affair 4.00 M 07:30-10:00pm H 319 Ciccarelli S
(Lab fee)
(Critical Thinking and Oral and Written Communication)
AUCT 150 Technology as a Human Affair
J 51034 Technology as a Human Affair 4.0 M-F 10:30-12:30pm A 427 Misovich
M-F 03:00-04:30pm A 109 Misovich
1/4-1/18
J 51032 Technology as a Human Affair 0.0 M-F 01:00-03:00pm A 109 Misovich
1/4-1/18
AUCT 150 Technology as a Human Affair
J 51031 Technology as a Human Affair 4.0 M-R 04:30-08:30pm D 204 Ciccarelli
12/30-1/19**
RJ 51035 Technology as a Human Affair 0.0 M-R 8:00-10:00 pm D 204 Ciccarelli
12/30-1/19
**Class on 12/30/09 will be held as a distance learning class.
No class on 12/31/09.
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AUCX 190 ST: Science in Art
R 21956 ST: Science in Art 4.00 T 05:00-07:20pm V 217 Patterson J
R 21969 ST: Science in Art 0.00 R 05:00-07:20pm V 233 Patterson J
(This course meets an AUCT requirement)
(Lab fee)
(Written Communication and Critical Thinking)
CENTER FOR READING AND WRITING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
Each study skills course introduces theories and practices of learning to college students, facilitates specific application of these theories and
practices, and encourages self-reflection about individual learning goals and styles. Each course is seven sessions. Not available to students
matriculated in Hillyer College. Grade P/NP
CRW 101 Time Mgmt,Listening,Notetaking
18537 Time Mgmt,Listening,Notetaking 0.50 T R 12:15-01:30pm A 323 Staff
(01/26/10 - 02/11/10)
CRW 102 Reading and Remembering
18550 Reading and Remembering 0.50 T R 2:15-01:30pm A 323 Staff
(02/16/10 - 03/04/10)
CRW 103 Preparing for Tests
18172 Preparing for Tests 0.50 T R 12:15-01:30pm A 323 Kalagher K
(04/13/10 - 04/29/10)
CRW 104 Technology and Writing Process
18563 Technology and Writing Process 0.50 T R 12:15-01:30pm A 323 Staff
(03/23/10 - 04/08/10)
ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ESL 050 Beg. English as a Sec. Lang.
17915 Beg. Eng as a Sec. Lang(Mid) 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
ESL 051 Eng Second Lang Low Intermed
16115 Eng Second Lang Low Intermed 0.00 M T W R F 08:30-11:20am H 256 Denion S, Reid S
M T W R 12:30-02:20pm H 256 Denion S, Reid S
ESL 052 Eng Second Lang High Intermed.
16217 Eng Second Lang High Intermed. 0.00 M T W R F 08:30-11:20am UT 308 Tener E, Schrader K
M T W R F 12:30-02:20pm UT 308 Tener E, Schrader K
ESL 053 Eng Second Lang Advanced
16218 Eng Second Lang Advanced 0.00 M T W R F 08:30-11:20am D 439 Nirenstein H,
Lindsay A, Ailes J
M T W R 12:30-02:20pm D 439 Nirenstein H,
Lindsay A, Ailes J
ESL 054 Eng Second Lang Grad Comp.
17792 Eng Second Lang Grad Comp. 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Crane M
ESL 153 Eng Second Lang Advanced
16216 Eng Second Lang Advanced 3.00 M T W R F 08:30-11:20am UT 304 Schrader K
M T W R F 12:30-02:20pm UT 304 Schrader K
HONORS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
HON 170 American Government
19967 American Government 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 229 Owens K
(This course is equivalent to POL 100. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 171 Civilization since 1500
18147 Civilization since 1500 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 401 Rosenthal S
(This course is equivalent to HIS 100. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 172 Introduction to Philosophy
15871 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 301 den Ouden B
(This course is equivalent to PHI 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 182 Rhetoric and Writing I
19954 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
19980 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 427 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
19993 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 427 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
20006 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am CC 117 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
22346 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 257 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of3.00 or higher) (Lab fee)
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HON 183 Rhetoric & Writing II
PREREQUISITES: HON 182
15510 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 419 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15603 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15679 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15680 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm CC 118 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15962 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
16104 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 423 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
16718 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
22359 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 426 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.) (Lab fee)
HON 185 Introduction to Sociology
18046 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 422 Markson S
(This course is equivalent to SOC 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 280W Introduction to Literature
15744 Introduction to Literature 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 401 Carrier C
(This course is equivalent to ENG 140. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 383 Political Communication
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
20799 Political Communication 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 322 Ellis D
This course will examine the role of political communication in the political process. The course will survey the main topics in the area. We begin
by considering the context in which this communication occurs and how we learn about politics. Next we examine the nature of news and how
and what is reported and then examine “media effects” with particular reference to the ways in which the media shape public opinion. We will
explore the manner in which the media and the major branches of government interact and how the competing meeds of government and media
shape the political communication process. Finally, we conclude by considering the implications of current trends in political communication
for the democratic process. This course may be counted as elective in Communication or Politics and Government majors. Open to juniors or
seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or by permission of the instructor.
HON 384 Women, Weight, Worry
20812 Women, Weight, Worry 3.00 M 01:30-04:10pm H 312 Matacin M
Over the past 30 years the number of American women who are dissatisfied with their bodies has steadily increased. This increase has been
attributed to the media, to the historical /cultural shift in the conceptualization of “girlhood”, and to a social strategy that keeps women from
obtaining power. We will study a variety of topics as they relate to the conceptualization and social construction of women’s bodies, beauty,
and sexuality. An emphasis on feminist theories will help us keep in mind the historical and social context in which women’s bodies are viewed.
Prerequisite: An overall GPA of 3.00 or higher. This course can be counted as an elective in the Psychology, Sociology, Gender Studies, or
Communication Majors.
HON 390 Humanities Center Seminar
R 16888 (Framing War) 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm D 201 Cook L
Fighting with guns takes place far away from America, but bullets fly at home in the form of images, “talking points,” and satellite feeds. War is
“sold” to the public, remembered, and defined through the way it is represented in various forms of media. Through viewing and discussing
a variety of sources, students will develop a critical understanding of the ideology of war. Subjects include: Roman arch-sculpture of battle
scences, Goya’s Disasters of War prints, Matthew Brady’s photos of dead Civil War soldiers Al-Qaeda video, and blogs by both Iraqis and
soldiers from the current war in Iraq. Students must submit an application and be accepted to enroll in this class. Contact Professor Charles
Ross, Director of the Humanities center, at 768-4259 or chross@hartford.edu for further information.
HON 493 Honors Research
15511 Honors Research 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
(Registration requires the signature of Dr. Donald Jones A 212I)
HON 494 Honors Thesis
14978 Honors Thesis 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
(Registration requires the signature of Dr. Donald Jones A 212I)
ALL-UNIV-CURRIC-HONORS COURSE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUCW 212 Discover Amer.III:1945-Present
18157 Dis. Amer.III:1945-Present-HON 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 425 Garrison G
(Section #18157 is an honors section. Permission of AUC Director or instructor is required)
(Written Communication and Critical Thinking)
AUCA 120 Art & Thought Classical Greece
14802 Art&Thought Classic Greece-HON 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 301 Mayer H
(Section #14802 is an honors section. Permission of AUC Director or instructor required.)
(Written and Oral Communication and Values Identification)
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MOCK TRIAL STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AMT 100 Anatomy of a Trial
R 16883 Anatomy of a Trial 1.00 T R 06:30-07:20pm D 439 Staff
(Lab fee)
AMT 200 Rules of Evidence
R 16884 Rules of Evidence 1.00 T R 07:30-08:20pm D 439 Staff
(Lab fee)
AMT 300 Legal Theory Development
R 16885 Legal Theory Development 1.00 T R 08:30-09:20pm D 439 Staff
(Lab fee)
AMT 400 Mock Trial Practicum
16886 Mock Trial Practicum 1.00 TO 3.00 S 10:00-03:30pm A 427 Staff
(Lab fee)
MULTIMEDIA WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MWD 110 Multimedia Web Design & Dev I
PREREQUISITES: AUCT 150, CS 110
16925 Multimedia Web Design & Dev I 4.00 W F 11:30-01:10pm D 316 McGivney X
(Lab fee)
MWD 230 Game Design I
PREREQUISITES: MWD 110
17190 Game Design I 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 316 Staff
(Prerequisite or permission of instructor) (Lab fee)
MWD 250 Information Tech and the Law
PREREQUISITES: MWD 110, CS 175
R 16932 Information Tech and the Law 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm D 316 Ballman D
(Lab fee)
MWD 260 Computer & Network Admin
PREREQUISITES: MWD 110, CS 114 or CS 175
R 16926 Computer & Network Admin 3.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm D 316 Gray W
(Lab fee)
MWD 300 Cooperative Education Program
16927 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
MWD 301 Cooperative Education Program
16928 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
MWD 310 Multimedia Web Des & Dev II
PREREQUISITES: CS 111, CS 175, MWD 110
16929 Multimedia Web Des & Dev II 4.00 M W 01:30-03:10pm D 316 Sanders W
(Lab fee)
MWD 391 ST:Digital Video Manipulation
PREREQUISITES: MWD 110
R 21189 ST:Digital Video Manipulation 4.00 R 06:10-09:40pm D 316 Muppidi S
This course is about video manipulation using digital tools. The course will be structured around the theory, tools and techniques of working with
digital video and editing on Final Cut Pro/Adobe Premiere. The course will include the basics of digital video; scripting and storytelling, capturing
and editing video and audio, and finalizing content for DVD or web through emphasis on design, communication, project management, and video
technology. The students will develop at least video project assignments for output on to DVD and Web formats. (Lab fee)
MWD 400 Cooperative Education Program
16930 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
MWD 401 Cooperative Education Program
16931 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
PARALEGAL STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
LAH 201 Intro. to the Legal System
R 16887 Intro. to the Legal System 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 217 Staff
90014 Intro. to the Legal System 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 423 Staff
LAH 210 Civil Litigation I
PREREQUISITES: LAH 201
90131 Civil Litigation I 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 320 Staff
LAH 215 Ethic&Prof. Resp. for Paraleg.
R 18093 Ethic&Prof. Resp. for Paraleg. 1.00 R 07:30-09:00pm H 221 Staff
90118 Ethic&Prof. Resp. for Paraleg. 1.00 S 01:00-04:00pm A 421 Staff
LAH 241 Business Organizations
PREREQUISITES: LAH 201
R 18602 Business Organizations 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm D 411 Staff
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LAH 325 Technology in Law
PREREQUISITES: LAH 201, LAH 250
90027 Technology in Law 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 109 Vallen M
(Lab fee)
LAH 355 Family Law
PREREQUISITES: LAH 100, LAH 110
R 22151 Family Law 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm D 309 Bollier R
LAH 430 Communication Law In America
R 22138 Communication Law In America 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 415 Siegel P
CROSSLISTINGS: CMM 430 18031
LAH 450 Seminar/Legal Studies
R 18589 Seminar/Legal Studies 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm UT 316 Boyle D
LAH 480 Indep.Study in Legal Studies
16033 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
LAH 480 Indep.Study in Legal Studies
16001 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
LAH 480 Indep.Study in Legal Studies
16158 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
18524 Indep.Study in Legal Studies 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dowling R
(Senior standing and completion of all major requirements)
LAH 490 Internship/Legal Assistant
16002 Internship/Legal Assistant 3.00 TO 15.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
LAH 490 Internship/Legal Assistant
16057 Internship/Legal Assistant 3.00 TO 15.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
LAH 490 Internship/Legal Assistant
16157 Internship/Legal Assistant 3.00 TO 15.00 TBA TBA TBA Boyle D
(Lab fee)
PRE-LAW STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
PL 100 Pre-Law Studies I
16657 Pre-Law Studies I 1.00 T 03:30-04:20pm A 323 Gantt K
PL 200 Pre-Law Studies II
16683 The Atwood Collins II Pre-Law 1.00 T 03:30-04:20pm H 217 Conley I
PL 300 Pre-Law Studies III
17166 Pre-Law Studies III 1.00 T 03:30-04:20pm H 415 Aliotta J
PREMED PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
PPS 100 PreMed Professions Studies I
15936 PreMed Professions Studies I 1.00 M 11:30-12:20pm UT 320 Mahan E
22398 PreMed Professions Studies I 1.00 M 11:30-12:20pm UT 309 Staff
In PPS 100 students will study the health care team and the role of various professions in health and disease. This problem-oriented course will
allow students to develop a working understanding of the education requiremens and work environment for the profession/s of their choice. This
course is the first of a three-course sequence for students planning on post-BS study in one of the medical professions.
PPS 200 PreMed Professions Studies II
15937 PreMed Professions Studies II 1.00 W 11:30-12:20pm D 419 Ciarcia M
In PPS 200 students will develop plans and goals for a service learning or research experiences that will be completed in the subsequent
summer or fall. The course will explore the role of professional organizations in health care and will provide a thorough review of the
requirements and timetables for professional school entrance exams. This course is the second course of a three-course sequence and is for
second-year students who are planning post-BS study in one of the medical professions. (3.00 GPA or permission of instructor required)
UNIV ERSITY STUDIES COURSES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
US 200 Making Wall St.User-Friendly
R 22905 Making Wall St.User-Friendly 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 240 Staff
US 210 Personal Finance Managment
R 22879 Personal Finance Managment 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 221 Weiss P
US 480 Independent Study
22918 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
US 380 Independent Study
22892 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AFS 111 Black Impact Western Civiliza.
R 18784 Black Impact Western Civiliza. 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 411 Epps L
AFS 213 Race and Politics
R 21553 Race and Politics 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 258 Sekou B
CROSSLISTINGS: POL 213 19720
AFS 225 African-American History
PREREQUISITES: AFS 110 or AFS 111
21176 African-American History 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 415 Clark L
CROSSLISTINGS: HIS 225 17212
AFS 226 Black Family American Society
PREREQUISITES: AFS 110 or AFS 111
R 18116 Black Family American Society 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 258 Mann-Agnew P
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 256 15361
AFS 242 Politics of the Third World
PREREQUISITES: AFS 110 or AFS 111
21566 Politics of the Third World 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 258 Sandstrom H
CROSSLISTINGS: POL 222 19707
AFS 352 Race and Ethnic Relations
21605 Race and Ethnic Relations 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 257 Doane A
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 382 16913
AFS 352 Race and Ethnic Relations
J 51050 Race and Ethnic Relations 3.00 M-F 09:30-12:30pm H 403 Doane
1/4-1/19
ART HISTORY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ART 100 Aspects of Art
R 16062 Aspects of Art 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm E 220 Stabilo T
This is a hybrid course. The course will meet Tuesdays on campus and the remainder of the course will be on-line.
For more information contact professor Stabilo.
16176 Aspects of Art 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm E 220 Staff
R 16864 Aspects of Art 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm H 111 Buckberrough S
18016 Aspects of Art 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 220 Carlson A
(Visual resources fee)
ART 100 Aspects of Art
J 51001 Aspects of Art 3.00 M-F 01:00-04:30pm H 111 Anderson
1/4-1/15
ART 210 History of Western Art I
18017 History of Western Art I 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am E 220 Onuf A
This course will cover Western art from the earliest civilizations through gothic. It may fulfill a general educational
requirement. (Visual resources fee)
ART 211 History of Western Art II
14922 History of Western Art II 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm E 220 Higgins R
15151 History of Western Art II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm E 220 Higgins R
This course will cover Western art from early Renaissance to the present day. It may fulfill a general education
requirement. (Visual resources fee)
ART 216 Intro to Non-Western Art
R 21072 (African Art) 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm E 220 Carlson A
Survey of the arts and cultures of Africa with an emphasis on “traditional” art forms. Sculpture, performance (masquerades), body decoration,
pottery, textiles, and other art forms are considered within cultural and historical contexts. Offered at an introductory level, this course
strenghtens the students’ abilities to critically assess the role of art in African culture and prepares them for future art history courses. It may
fulfill a general education distribution requirement. (Visual resources fee)
ART 316 Baroque and Enlightenment Art
R 18099 (Northern Baroque Art) 3.00 W 04:50-07:25pm E 220 Onuf A
This course explores art produced in the Low Countries of Flanders and the Dutch Republic during the 17th century. The political split between
these two territories led to highly divergent artistic development and styles, epitomized by the work of Rubens and Rembrandt, who, along with
Brueghel and Vermeer, will be central in the course. Special attention will also be given to how culture, religion, economics, and politics impacted
both the production and reception of art in these two regions.
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level art history course or ART 100 with junior or senior standing or permission of the
instructor) (Visual resources fee)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
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ART 331 Art of the Americas
21345 (Modernism&Art in US 1900-45) 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm E 220 Noble N
How did American artists of the early 20th century respond to a world of rapid change? As new technologies and ideologies transformed the
political, social, and artistic fabric of the U.S., some artists sought strategies to connect their work to this fast-paced, modern world, while others
held to tradition and resisted change. Artists and movements will include Georgia O’Keeffe, Edward Hopper, Diego Rivera, New York Dada and
the Harlem Renaissance.
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level art history course or ART 100 with junior or senior standing or permission of the
instructor) (Visual resources fee)
21358 (Mesoamerican) 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm E 220 Wyllie C
An introduction to ancient American art, archaeology, and inscriptions of Mexico and Central America in which students examine Middle
American cultural materials, looking closely at how they were influenced by indigenous cosmovision, and ecological and socio-economics
factors. Spans 3,000 years of Mesoamerican art, including Olmec, Maya, Zapotec, Aztec, and the impact of 16th Century European contact.
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level art history course or ART 100 with junior or senior standing or permission of the
instructor.) (Visual resources fee)
ART 335 Asian Art
R 21371 (Japanese Art) 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 220 Wang C
This course is an introduction to the arts and culture of Japan, organized chronologically into thematic sections beginning with Neolithic pottery
and ending with popular woodblock prints and modern transformations. Artistic and culture achievements are examined in the context of
Japanese literature, history, and religions. Topics include foreign influences, indigenous production, and social networks and patronage.
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level art history course or ART 100 with junior or senior standing or permission of the
instructor). (Visual resources fee)
CROSSLISTINGS: REL 335 21384
ART 355 History of Visual Media
R 18104 (Design) 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm E 220 Buckberrough S
A survey of the broad field of western design from the mid-nineteenth century to the present, including interior design, product design, industrial
design, furniture design, graphic design, and some fashion design. Certain assignments will focus on work selected for the 2010 Cooper-Hewiit
Design Triennial and the course will include a trip to see the exhibition.
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level art history course, ART 100 with junior or senior standing) (Visual resources fee)
R 18105 (Photo) 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm H 111 Goldstein H
This course introduces the complex history of photography including its invention, its development over nearly two centuries, and the diverse
photographic genres of the postmodern era. Attention is given to the cultural and historical context in which photgraphers worked as well as the
significant ideas that influenced photographic production.
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level art history course, or ART 100 with junior or senior standing or permission of the
instructor) (Visual resources fee)
ART 367 Museum & Exhibition Practices
R 18106 Museum & Exhibition Practices 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 312 Noble N
This course provides an intensive introduction to curatorial practices and issues. Discussions and readings will explore: the ideology and practice
of exhibitions from initial concept through installation; components that influence meaning and interpretation of exhibitions; the challenges of
controvesial subject matter; the theories, practices and ethics of assembling museum collections. Historical overviews will cover a range of
venues from traditional museums, galleries, and non-traditional spaces.
(Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing and a minimum of three 200 or 300 level art history courses or permission of
the instructor.) (Visual resources fee)
ART 493 Internship
15018 Internship 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Buckberrough S
ART 494 Independent Research
15462 Independent Research 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Onuf A
19083 Independent Research 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Buckberrough S
21085 Independent Research 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Carlson A
BIOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
BIO 101 General Biology Lab Only
15291 General Biology Lab Only 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 110 General Biology
14887 General Biology 0.00 R 01:30-04:00pm BC 162 Staff
15110 General Biology 4.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am D 201 Zhu B
15111 General Biology 0.00 W 09:30-12:00pm BC 166 Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 111 General Biology:The Human Body
15025 General Biology:The Human Body 0.00 M 09:30-12:00pm BC 162 Staff
15026 General Biology:The Human Body 0.00 T 01:30-04:00pm BC 162 Staff
15027 General Biology:The Human Body 0.00 M 12:30-03:00pm BC 162 Staff
15028 General Biology:The Human Body 4.00 T R 08:00-09:15am D 201 Staff
R 15268 General Biology:The Human Body 4.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm D 421 Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 123 Biological Science
PREREQUISITES: CH 110, CH 111 or CH 114 or CH 136
15001 Biological Science 0.00 T 01:30-04:00pm BC 166 Staff
16469 Biological Science 0.00 R 01:30-04:00pm BC 166 Staff
16865 Biological Science 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 201 Staff
17727 Biological Science 0.00 R 04:00-06:30pm BC 167 Staff
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17748 Biological Science 0.00 F 01:30-04:00pm BC 166 Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 210 Physiological Psychology
17172 Physiological Psychology 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm E 104 Fagbemi S
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 210 16645
BIO 212 Anatomy and Physiology
PREREQUISITES: CH 110, CH 111 or CH 114, CH 136
21618 Anatomy and Physiology 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 201 Staff
21631 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 T 02:15-04:45pm BC 151 Staff
21644 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 R 02:15-04:45pm BC 151 Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 213 Anatomy and Physiology
PREREQUISITES: CH 110, CH 111 or CH 114, CH 136
16435 Anatomy and Physiology 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 201 Staff
R 16436 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 W 04:30-07:00pm BC 151 Staff
R 16437 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 M 04:30-07:00pm BC 151 Staff
16438 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 W 01:30-04:00pm BC 151 Staff
16439 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 M 01:30-04:00pm BC 151 Staff
R 16440 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 R 04:50-07:20pm BC 151 Staff
16441 Anatomy and Physiology 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 320 Borucinska J
16866 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 T 11:30-02:00pm BC 151 Staff
16867 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 R 11:30-02:00pm BC 151 Staff
R 17219 Anatomy and Physiology 0.00 T 04:50-07:20pm BC 151 Staff
17969 Anatomy and Physiology 4.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am D 201 Greene C
(Lab fee)
BIO 272W Genetics
PREREQUISITES: CH 230 or CH 114, CH 136
R 16693 Genetics 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 419 Levesque A
BIO 273W Genetics Laboratory
PREREQUISITES: BIO 272W
16691 Genetics Laboratory 1.00 T 01:30-04:00pm BC 170 Levesque A
16692 Genetics Laboratory 1.00 W 01:30-04:00pm BC 170 Levesque A
(Lab fee)
BIO 336 Comparative Animal Physiology
PREREQUISITES: CH 230, CH 231 or CH 114, CH 136, BIO 272, BIO 273, BIO 352
R 14876 Comparative Animal Physiology 0.00 W 06:00-09:00pm BC 167 Harney J
R 14877 Comparative Animal Physiology 4.00 M W 05:35-06:50pm D 419 Harney J
(Lab fee)
BIO 352 Cell Biology
PREREQUISITES: BIO 122 or BIO 212, BIO 213, BIO 272, BIO 273
16351 Cell Biology 4.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 423 Frankel S
16352 Cell Biology 0.00 M 01:00-03:30pm BC 167 Frankel S
16663 Cell Biology 0.00 W 01:00-03:30pm BC 167 Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 440 Medical Microbiology
PREREQUISITES: CH 110, CH 111 or CH 114, CH 236, BIO 272, BIO 272
21670 Medical Microbiology 4.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm D 202 Angelastro P
21683 Medical Microbiology 0.00 T 09:25-11:55am BC 152 Angelastro P
21696 Medical Microbiology 0.00 T 02:05-04:35pm BC 152 Angelastro P
21709 Medical Microbiology 0.00 W 08:30-11:00am BC 152 Staff
(Lab fee)
BIO 444 Biochemistry
PREREQUISITES: CH 230, CH 231 or CH 114, CH 136
16868 Biochemistry 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 421 Shattuck J,
Levesque A
CROSSLISTINGS: CH 444 16312
BIO 445 Biochemistry Laboratory
PREREQUISITES: BIO 444
16313 Biochemistry Laboratory 2.00 M 12:30-05:00pm BC 152 Levesque A
(Lab fee)
BIO 518 Neuropharmacology
R 16084 Neuropharmacology 3.00 M 04:20-06:50pm D 411 Quenzer L
BIO 710 Tps in Literature of Biology
16869 Tps in Literature of Biology 3.00 TBA BC 151 Staff
BIO 744 Clinical Neurology
PREREQUISITES: BIO 520
R 18260 Clinical Neurology 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm UT 306 Brunquell P
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 633 21488
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BIO 790 Thesis Research I
PREREQUISITES: BIO 710
14967 Thesis Research I 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Harney J
BIO 791 Thesis Research II
PREREQUISITES: BIO 790
14929 Thesis Research II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Harney J
CHEMISTRY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CH 110 College Chemistry
R 14983 College Chemistry 4.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 202 Gray E
15105 College Chemistry 0.00 T 01:20-04:20pm BC 263 Roberts J
15174 College Chemistry 0.00 R 01:20-04:20pm BC 263 Pradhan P
R 15714 College Chemistry 0.00 T 06:15-09:15pm BC 263 Staff
16016 College Chemistry 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 202 Gray E
R 16266 College Chemistry 0.00 W 06:15-09:15pm BC 263 Staff
16870 College Chemistry 4.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 202 Pradhan P
R 16871 College Chemistry 0.00 M 05:45-08:45pm BC 263 Staff
17069 College Chemistry 0.00 W 01:20-04:20pm BC 263 Roberts J
(Lab fee)
CH 111 College Chemistry
PREREQUISITES: CH 110
R 14825 College Chemistry 4.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm D 202 Workman H
14826 College Chemistry 0.00 M 01:30-04:30pm BC 265 Staff
14827 College Chemistry 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 202 Pence L
15126 College Chemistry 0.00 W 12:00-03:00pm BC 265 Gray E
R 15475 College Chemistry 0.00 M 07:10-10:10pm BC 265 Staff
15667 College Chemistry 0.00 R 01:30-04:30pm BC 265 Staff
16017 College Chemistry 4.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 202 Pradhan P
16379 College Chemistry 0.00 T 01:30-04:30pm BC 265 Staff
R 16633 College Chemistry 0.00 T 06:15-09:15pm BC 265 Staff
R 17070 College Chemistry 0.00 W 07:10-10:10pm BC 265 Staff
R 17071 College Chemistry 0.00 R 06:15-09:15pm BC 265 Staff
17217 College Chemistry 0.00 W 03:30-06:30pm BC 265 Staff
17218 College Chemistry 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 202 Pence L
(Lab fee)
CH 116 Chemistry for the Consumer
15594 Chemistry for the Consumer 4.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm D 425 Hadad A
15595 Chemistry for the Consumer 0.00 T 02:05-04:05pm BC 264 Staff
R 16507 Chemistry for the Consumer 0.00 M 05:30-07:30pm BC 264 Staff
16872 Chemistry for the Consumer 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 425 Tinone M
R 16873 Chemistry for the Consumer 0.00 T 05:30-07:30pm BC 264 Staff
17973 Chemistry for the Consumer 4.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 421 Craft A
R 17974 Chemistry for the Consumer 0.00 W 05:30-07:30pm BC 264 Staff
19863 Chemistry for the Consumer 0.00 R 02:05-04:05pm BC 264 Staff
(Lab fee)
CH 136 Principles of Chemistry II
PREREQUISITES: CH 114
15345 Principles of Chemistry II 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm UT 320 Gauthier S
R 15668 Principles of Chemistry II 0.00 M 05:45-08:45pm BC 253 Staff
15869 Principles of Chemistry II 4.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm D 201 Gauthier S
15870 Principles of Chemistry II 0.00 M 01:00-04:00pm BC 253 Staff
R 16510 Principles of Chemistry II 0.00 T 06:10-09:10pm BC 253 Staff
16874 Principles of Chemistry II 0.00 F 12:30-03:30pm BC 253 Staff
(Lab fee)
CH 231 Organic Chemistry II
PREREQUISITES: CH 111, CH 230
14899 Organic Chemistry II 0.00 R 01:30-04:30pm BC 253 Staff
R 15050 Organic Chemistry II 0.00 W 06:00-09:00pm BC 253 Staff
R 16875 Organic Chemistry II 4.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm D 202 Mahan E
R 16876 Organic Chemistry II 0.00 R 06:10-09:10pm BC 253 Staff
17972 Organic Chemistry II 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 421 Mahan E
18131 Organic Chemistry II 0.00 W 12:30-03:30pm BC 253 Staff
(Lab fee)
CH 282 Introduction to Research
PREREQUISITES: CH 111
16053 Introduction to Research 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Craft A
An introduction to research techniques and methods involving a project guided by a faculty member and culminating in the written presentation
of results. Students enrolled in this course acquire the foundations for making independent decisions required to carry out original research.
A student may enroll in research (CH 282, 283, 482, 483, or 484) more than once; however, a maximum of 3 credits may be applied toward
chemistry electives required for the chemistry minor.
Prerequisite: CH 111 or equivalent, and permission of the department. (Lab fee)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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CH 283 Introduction to Research
PREREQUISITES: CH 111
16054 Introduction to Research 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Craft A
An introduction to research techniques and methods involving a project guided by a faculty member and culminating in the written presentation
of results. Students enrolled in this course acquire the foundations for making independent decisions required to carry out original research.
A student may enroll in research (CH 282, 283, 482, 483, or 484) more than once; however, a maximum of 3 credits may be applied toward
chemistry electives required for the chemistry minor.
Prerequisite: CH 111 or equivalent and permission of the department. (Lab fee)
CH 348 Physical Chemistry II
PREREQUISITES: M 240 or M 242, CH 111, CH 231
R 16877 Physical Chemistry II 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 423 Workman H
CH 349W Physical Chemistry Laboratory
PREREQUISITES: CH 347, CS 114, CS 117, CH 226
R 16878 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 3.00 T R 06:15-09:15pm BC 260 Staff
R 22463 Physical Chemistry Laboratory 3.00 M W 06:15-09:15pm BC 260 Craft A
(Lab fee)
CH 444 Biochemistry
PREREQUISITES: CH 230, CH 231, CH 114, CH 136
16312 Biochemistry 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 421 Shattuck J,
Levesque A
CROSSLISTINGS: BIO 444 16868
CH 456W Advanced Synthesis
19876 Advanced Synthesis 3.00 M W 01:00-04:00pm BC 264 Pence L, Gauthier S
19889 Advanced Synthesis 0.00 M 04:00-05:00pm BC 260 Pence L
(Lab fee)
CH 482 Undergraduate Research
14913 Undergraduate Research 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray E
(Lab fee)
CH 483 Undergraduate Research
14952 Undergraduate Research 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray E
(Lab fee)
CH 484 Undergraduate Research
14800 Undergraduate Research 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray E
(Lab fee)
CINEMA
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CIN 150 Introduction to Film
15575 Introduction to Film 3.00 T 02:05-05:35pm H 303 Lang R
CROSSLISTINGS: CMM 150 16078
16025 Introduction to Film 3.00 W 01:30-05:00pm H 125 Cook L
CROSSLISTINGS: CMM 150 15571
(Film fee)
CIN 150 Introduction to Film
J 51492 Introduction to Film 3.00 M-F 12:30-04:30pm H 303 Pummer
1/4-1/15
CIN 225 Storytelling for the Screen
PREREQUISITES: CIN 150 or CMM 150
R 22320 Storytelling for the Screen 3.00 R 05:45-08:00pm H 303 Staff
CIN 230 Introduction to Filmmaking
PREREQUISITES: CIN 150 or CMM 150
16684 Introduction to Filmmaking 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 303 Staff
16879 Introduction to Filmmaking 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 303 Staff
(Film fee)
CIN 230 Introduction to Filmmaking
J 51531 Introduction to Filmmaking 3.00 M-F 05:00-10:00pm H 303 Cook
1/4-1/15
CIN 252W Film Analysis
PREREQUISITES: CIN 150 or CMM 150
R 16026 Film Analysis 3.00 M 06:30-10:00pm H 303 Walsh M
16628 Film Analysis 3.00 R 02:05-05:35pm H 303 Lang R
(Film fee)
CIN 313 Film Genres: The Western
PREREQUISITES: CIN 150 or CMM 150
19031 Film Genres: The Western 3.00 W 01:30-05:00pm H 303 Lang R
(Lab fee)
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CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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CIN 314 Studies in Film:
PREREQUISITES: CIN 150 or CMM 150
R 17936 Studies in Film:Film and Dream 3.00 W 06:30-10:00pm H 303 Walsh M
Films that present themselves as dreams, films that include dreams, and films that are nightmares. Foreign and independent filmmakers as well
as mainstream cinema. (Film fee)
CIN 314 Studies in Film: American Mythologies: Reagan and Film/TV in the ’80s
J 51518 Studies in Film: American Mythologies: Reagan and Film/TV in the ’80s
3.00 M-F 12:30-04:30pm H 125 Freda
1/4-1/15
CIN 387 Independent Study in Cinema
15576 Independent Study in Cinema 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Walsh M
15577 Independent Study in Cinema 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15973 Independent Study in Cinema 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Cook L
19044 Independent Study in Cinema 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Dallas L
(Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor)
CIN 430 Producing and Directing
PREREQUISITES: CIN 230, CIN 330
19057 Producing and Directing 3.00 M 01:30-04:30pm H 303 Cook L
(Film fee)
CIN 480 Cinema Internship Program
PREREQUISITES: CIN 150
15578 Cinema Internship Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Walsh M
15766 Cinema Internship Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16175 Cinema Internship Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Cook L
(Prerequisite: Permission of instructor)
THE GRADS INST OF PROF PSYCH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CPS 081 Predoctoral Internship
15416 Predoctoral Internship 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Mehm J
CPS 091 Dissertation Continuance
15215 Dissertation Continuance 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Mehm J
CPS 602 Independent Study
17816 (Play Therapy) 1.00 R 09:00-04:30pm E 111 Schroeder I
(01/07/10 and 01/14/10)
CPS 606 Independent Study
16140 (Pre-Practicum) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA DiCello D
CPS 607 Independent Study
16383 Dialectical Behavior Therapy 1.00 T F 09:00-04:30pm E 110 Arbeitman D
(01/12/10 and 01/15/10)
CPS 609 Independent Study
17236 (Superv. Exp. Teaching Psy) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Mehm J
CPS 611 Individual Psychotherapy
14804 Individual Psychotherapy 3.00 M 02:00-04:30pm E 111 Capodilupo C
17235 Individual Psychotherapy 3.00 W 02:00-04:30pm E 111 Weiss P
CPS 614 Psychological Assessment II
PREREQUISITES: CPS 613
14889 Psychological Assessment II 3.00 W 08:30-11:00am E 110 Saunders C
16262 Psychological Assessment II 3.00 W 08:30-11:00am E 109 Weiss P
R 17240 Psychological Assessment II 0.00 M 04:50-06:30pm E 117J Staff
17241 Psychological Assessment II 0.00 F 11:20-01:00pm E 111 Staff
17242 Psychological Assessment II 0.00 M 11:20-01:00pm E 111 Staff
R 17785 Psychological Assessment II 0.00 W 04:50-06:30pm E 111 Staff
R 22294 Psychological Assessment II 0.00 M 04:50-06:30pm E 110 Staff
22307 Psychological Assessment II 0.00 R 11:00-12:40pm E 111 Staff
(Lab fee)
CPS 617 ProfessionalPracticeSeminar II
15227 ProfessionalPracticeSeminar II 3.00 T 11:00-01:30pm E 111 Schroeder I
15228 ProfessionalPracticeSeminar II 3.00 T 02:00-04:30pm E 117J Pidano A
16519 ProfessionalPracticeSeminar II 3.00 T 02:00-04:30pm E 109 Saunders C
CPS 652 Psy.D. Practicum II
PREREQUISITES: CPS 651
15348 Psy.D. Practicum II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA DiCello D
CPS 665 Adv.Research Design Clin.Psy.
PREREQUISITES: PSY 510
15996 Adv. Research Design Clin.Psy. 3.00 W 11:15-01:45pm E 111 Mehm J
16296 Adv. Research Design Clin.Psy. 3.00 W 11:15-01:45pm E 110 Dale L
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CPS 666 Advanced Psychopathology
15194 Advanced Psychopathology 3.00 F 08:30-11:00am E 109 Weber K
15217 Advanced Psychopathology 3.00 F 08:30-11:00am E 110 Wozniak J
CPS 668 Psychopharmacology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 521
18124 Psychopharmacology 1.00 F 01:30-04:45pm E 118 Brunquell P
(01/15/10 - 02/05/10)
CPS 671 System Consult.Health Del.Sys.
16384 System Consult.Health Del.Sys. 1.00 S 09:00-04:30pm E 118 Mehm J
(01/07/10 and 01/14/10)
CPS 681 Contemporary Issues in CPS
17239 (Trauma and Abuse) 3.00 M 11:15-01:45pm E 110 Staff
R 18409 (Trauma and Abuse) 3.00 M 04:50-07:20pm E 111 Dell R
CPS 741 Case Conference Seminar
15638 Case Conference Seminar 3.00 R 02:00-04:30pm E 111 DiCello D
16098 Case Conference Seminar 3.00 R 08:00-10:30am E 109 Zekowski D
16520 Case Conference Seminar 3.00 R 08:00-10:30am E 111 McCloskey K
CPS 752 Psy.D.Practicum IV
15047 Psy.D. Practicum IV 3.00 TBA TBA TBA DiCello D
CPS 800 Adv.Seminar Sys.Th.&Fmly.Therp
PREREQUISITES: CPS 611
17237 Adv.Seminar Sys.Th.&Fmly.Therp 3.00 T 08:00-10:30am E 109 Pidano A
17238 Adv.Seminar Sys.Th.&Fmly.Therp 3.00 T 08:00-10:30am E 110 Schroeder I
CPS 849 Professional Seminar:Diversity
14972 Professional Seminar:Diversity 3.00 R 02:00-04:30pm E 109 McCloskey K
15216 Professional Seminar:Diversity 3.00 R 02:00-04:30pm E 110 Capodilupo C
CPS 851 Prof.Seminar:His&Systems Psych
15349 Prof.Seminar:His&Systems Psych 3.00 M 02:00-04:30pm E 110 Leve R
15467 Prof.Seminar:His&Systems Psych 3.00 M 08:30-11:00am E 110 Marino D
CPS 853 Dissertation
PREREQUISITES: CPS 852
19603 Dissertation 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
COMMUNICATION
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CMM 110 Introduction to Communication
14791 Introduction to Communication 0.00 M 11:30-12:20pm ABR 114 Staff
16935 Introduction to Communication 3.00 M W 09:30-10:20am UT 320 Miller A
16936 Introduction to Communication 0.00 F 09:30-10:20am ABR 114 Staff
16937 Introduction to Communication 0.00 F 09:30-10:20am A 323 Staff
16938 Introduction to Communication 0.00 W 11:30-12:20pm ABR 114 Staff
20175 Introduction to Communication 0.00 F 09:30-10:20am HJG E228 Staff
20188 Introduction to Communication 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am ABR 114 Staff
CMM 110 Introduction to Communication
J 51027 Introduction to Communication 3.00 M-F 04:00-7:30pm ABR 114 Bindig
1/4-1/15
CMM 111 Business and Professional Cmm.
R 15741 Business and Professional Cmm. 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 325 Zampino M
R 15905 Business and Professional Cmm. 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm ABR 114 Staff
CMM 111 Business and Professional Communication
J 51053 Business and Professional Communication
3.00 M-F 09:30-1:30pm ABR 114 Miller
1/4-1/14
CMM 115 Improving Communication Skills
15350 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am HJG E228 Staff
15740 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm HJG E228 Staff
R 15988 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 130 Staff
16028 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 422 Staff
16029 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am A 323 Staff
R 16323 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm HJG E228 Staff
17119 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am ABR 114 Staff
17120 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am HJG E228 Gonzalez S
R 18025 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm ABR 114 Staff
CMM 115 Improving Communication Skills
J 51052 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 M-F 01:30-5:00pm H 207 Longshore
1/4-1/15
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CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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CMM 115 Improving Communication Skills
J 51154 Improving Communication Skills 3.00 M-R 05:00-09:00pm H 207 Schermerhorn
12/30, 1/4-1/14 W 05:00-09:00pm H 207 Schermerhorn
CMM 150 Introduction to Film
15571 Introduction to Film 3.00 W 01:30-05:00pm H 125 Cook L
CROSSLISTINGS: CIN 150 16025
16078 Introduction to Film 3.00 T 02:05-05:35pm H 303 Lang R
CROSSLISTINGS: CIN 150 15575
(Film fee)
CMM 150 Introduction to Film
J 51505 Introduction to Film 3.00 M-F 12:30-04:30pm H 303 Pummer
1/4-1/15
CMM 222 Small Group Communication
PREREQUISITES: CMM 110
16237 Small Group Communication 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm HJG E228 Hanson E
CMM 225W Interpersonal Communication
PREREQUISITES: CMM 110
15113 Interpersonal Communication 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm ABR 114 Duran R
CMM 230 Organizational Communication
PREREQUISITES: CMM 110
14994 Organizational Communication 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm HJG E228 Kovacic B
90157 Organizational Communication 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 420 Staff
CMM 240 Introduction to Media
16325 Introduction to Media 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 415 Burt E
16939 Introduction to Media 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 422 Banks J
20201 Introduction to Media 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am HJG E228 Jassem H
CMM 242 Introduction to Radio
R 16649 Introduction to Radio 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm HJG E228 Graziano M
(Lab fee)
CMM 244 Television Studio Production
R 14986 Television Studio Production 3.00 M 04:20-07:00pm HJG E228 Staff
R 14987 Television Studio Production 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm HJG E228 Staff
R 16030 Television Studio Production 3.00 W 04:20-07:00pm HJG E228 Staff
(Lab fee)
CMM 244 Introduction to Television Production
J 51010 Introduction to Television Production
3.00 M-F 01:00-04:30pm HJG E228 Banks
1/4-1/15
CMM 250W Fundamentals of Journalism
16940 Fundamentals of Journalism 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 251 Desmond R
R 20864 Fundamentals of Journalism 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 251 Burt E
(Lab fee)
CMM 253W Writing for the Media
PREREQUISITES: RLC 110, RLC 111
R 16668 Writing for the Media 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 251 Schwanbeck B
R 16942 Writing for the Media 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 251 Schwanbeck B
R 20877 Writing for the Media 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 251 Seymour W
(Lab fee)
CMM 253W Writing for the Media
J 51064 Writing for the Media 3.00 M-F 09:00-01:00pm H 251 Grantham
1/4-1/14
CMM 260 Communication and Advertising
PREREQUISITES: CMM 240
16031 Communication and Advertising 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm HJG E228 Cistulli M
CMM 271 Introduction Public Relations
17712 Introduction Public Relations 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 422 Rosensweig Zimm
CMM 281 Introduction to Multimedia
PREREQUISITES: CS 110, CMM 240
R 18032 Introduction to Multimedia 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 251 Gonzalez S
(Lab fee)
CMM 306 Internship Program
18402 Internship Program 3.00 OR 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Grantham S
CMM 311 Research Methods Communication
PREREQUISITES: CMM 110
15351 Research Methods Communication 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am HJG E228 Miller A
16341 Research Methods Communication 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm ABR 114 Desmond R
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
CMM 315 Sports Journalism
PREREQUISITES: CMM 250Wor CMM 253W
R 20214 Sports Journalism 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm H 251 Schwanbeck B
(Lab fee)
CMM 355 Perspectives on Journalism
PREREQUISITES: CMM 250
20240 Perspectives on Journalism 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 251 Desmond R
(Lab fee)
CMM 356W Magazine Journalism
PREREQUISITES: CMM 250W
20227 Magazine Journalism 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 251 Burt E
(Lab fee)
CMM 360 Advertising Copywriting&Layout
PREREQUISITES: CMM 260
R 18030 Advertising Copywriting&Layout 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm H 251 Sawyers M
(Lab fee)
CMM 393 Statistical Analysis Soc. Data
PREREQUISITES: SOC 242
15157 Statistical Analysis Soc. Data 4.00 M W F 09:15-10:20am H 403 Fugiero M
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 343 14862
CMM 406 Internship Program
15171 Internship Program 3.00 OR 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Grantham S
(Permission of instructor required)
CMM 407 Internship Program
16369 Internship Program 3.00 OR 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Grantham S
(Permission of instructor required)
CMM 411 Communication Theory
PREREQUISITES: CMM 110
15499 Communication Theory 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 419 Ellis D
17121 Communication Theory 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm ABR 114 Kovacic B
CMM 412 Cmm & Organiz.Problem Solving
PREREQUISITES: CMM 230, CMM 343
20253 Cmm & Organiz.Problem Solving 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm HJG E228 Kovacic B
CMM 425 Popular Culture
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, CMM 110 or CMM 240
16945 Popular Culture 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 324 Banks J
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 425 17169
CMM 428 Language and Communication
PREREQUISITES: CMM 110
R 20266 Language and Communication 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 420 Ellis D
CMM 430 Communication Law in America
PREREQUISITES: CMM 240
R 18031 Communication Law in America 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 415 Siegel P
CROSSLISTINGS: LAH 430 22138
CMM 440 Advanced Television Production
PREREQUISITES: CMM 244
R 14930 Advanced Television Production 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm HJG E228 Staff
(Lab fee)
CMM 442 Advanced Radio Production
PREREQUISITES: CMM 242
R 20344 Advanced Radio Production 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 217 Graziano M
(Lab fee)
CMM 445 News Editing
PREREQUISITES: CMM 250W, CMM 350W
R 16669 News Editing 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm H 251 Busemeyer S
(Lab fee)
CMM 447 LinkingInterpersonal&Organ.Cmm
PREREQUISITES: CMM 225 or CMM 230
20305 LinkingInterpersonal&Organ.Cmm 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am ABR 114 Duran R
CMM 449 Media and Society
PREREQUISITES: CMM 240
20292 Media and Society 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm ABR 114 Jassem H
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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CMM 452 SpecProb:Non-linear Editing
PREREQUISITES: CMM 244
R 20279 SpecProb:Non-linear Editing 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm ABR 114 Testa B
This course will introduce students with an interest in broadcast/video journalism to the process and technques used by professionals, through
the editing process, to tell a visually compelling and interesting story from storyboard to maintaining rhythm, continuity, story line and time line.
Through the use of postproduction television equipment (Avid, Final Cut Pro) students will gain valuable insight into non-linear editing skills and
techniques. Students will work in groups organized in a producer/editor format such that editing and creative decisions will be made both solely
and collectively) (Lab fee)
CMM 453 Special Problems in Media
20331 (Spec. Events Plan/Ent Public) 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 251 Rosensweig Zimm
This course will explore the opportunities and potential problems encountered when planning events to support organizational missions as well
as the tie into the entertainment industry. Students will develop fundraising events and execute one of them. The course will also provide an
overview of entertainment public relations. (Lab fee)
CMM 460 Advertising Comm Tactics
PREREQUISITES: CMM 360
14928 Advertising Comm Tactics 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm HJG E228 Cistulli M
CMM 462 Advertising Competition
15742 Advertising Competition 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 251 Cistulli M
(Must have permission of instructor to enroll.) (Lab fee)
CMM 470 Senior Honors Thesis
PREREQUISITES: CMM 210, CMM 211
15352 Senior Honors Thesis 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
CMM 471 PR Campaigns
16946 PR Campaigns 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 251 Grantham S
(Lab fee)
HON 383 Political Communication
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
HON 384 Women, Weight and Worry
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
CMM 526 Seminar in Interpersonal Cmm
R 20370 Seminar in Interpersonal Cmm 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm ABR 114 Miller A
CMM 532 Managing Integrated Cmm.
R 20357 Managing Integrated Cmm. 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm ABR 114 Grantham S
CMM 572 Community & Alternative Media
R 20383 Community & Alternative Media 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm HJG E228 Jassem H
CMM 590 ST:Corporate Cmm:Write/ Impact
PREREQUISITES: CMM 530
R 18628 ST:Corporate Cmm:Write/ Impact 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm ABR 114 Singer C
Writing well is a rare and valued skill in all professions - especially in marketing, public relations and corporate communications. This course
teaches the strategies and techniques of writing effectively in today’s business environment. From press releases to speeches, from op-eds
to business blogs, students will learn how to write with impact in realistic situations. Taught in a highly interactive workshop style, this course
engages students at every level - as writers, as presenters of their writing, and as constructive critics of one another’s work.
CMM 655 Communication Research Methods
R 14949 Communication Research Methods 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm ABR 114 Kelly L
(Lab fee)
COMPUTER SCIENCE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CS 100 Cooperative Education Program
15011 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
CS 110 Introduction to Computers
15012 Introduction to Computers 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 319 Staff
15013 Introduction to Computers 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 319 Staff
R 15014 Introduction to Computers 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm H 319 Staff
15289 Introduction to Computers 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 319 Staff
15675 Introduction to Computers 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 319 Staff
16024 Introduction to Computers 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 319 Staff
16178 Introduction to Computers 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 319 Staff
16605 Introduction to Computers 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 319 Staff
(Lab fee)
CS 110 Introduction to Computer Science
J 51002 Introduction to Computer Science 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:30pm H 319 Pomposelli
1/4-1/15
CS 111 Programming Foundations
15765 Programming Foundations 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 318 Rosiene C
R 16179 Programming Foundations 3.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm D 318 Staff
R 16895 Programming Foundations 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 318 Anderson M
(Lab fee)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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CS 114 Computer Programming I
PREREQUISITES: M 110
15016 Computer Programming I 4.00 T R 09:00-10:40am D 318 Rosiene C
R 16896 Computer Programming I 4.00 T R 07:30-09:10pm D 318 Staff
(Lab fee)
CS 115 Computer Programming II
PREREQUISITES: CS 114
14819 Computer Programming II 4.00 M W 02:55-04:35pm D 318 Russell I
(Lab fee)
CS 200 Cooperative Education Program
21020 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
CS 220 Data Structures
PREREQUISITES: CS 115
15049 Data Structures 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm D 318 Russell I
(Lab fee)
CS 300 Cooperative Education Program
21033 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
CS 320 Concepts Programming Languages
PREREQUISITES: CS 220
15743 Concepts Programming Languages 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 318 Rosiene C
(Lab fee)
CS 360 Software Development
PREREQUISITES: CS 220
22216 Software Development 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm D 318 Anderson M
(Lab fee)
CS 371 Computer Graphics
PREREQUISITES: CS 220
R 19135 Computer Graphics 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm D 318 Anderson M
(Lab fee)
CS 375 Internet Programming Concepts
PREREQUISITES: CS 220
19122 Internet Programming Concepts 3.00 M W 10:30-11:45am D 318 Zegarelli R
(Lab fee)
CS 400 Cooperative Education Program
21046 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
CS 451 Computer Operating Systems
PREREQUISITES: CS 211 or ECE 332, CS 220
14946 Computer Operating Systems 3.00 M W 12:00-01:15pm D 318 Gray J
(Lab fee)
CS 500 Cooperative Education Program
21059 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray J
DRAMA
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
DRA 160 Introduction to Theatre
16442 Introduction to Theatre 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 125 Staff
DRA 170 Acting
17934 Acting 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 125 Striff E
DRA 170 Acting
J 51114 Acting 3.00 M-R 11-2:30pm H 125 Watson
1/4-1/19
DRA 332 Shakespeare: Plays after 1600
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
17170 Shakespeare: Plays after 1600 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 324 Logan R
CROSSLISTINGS: ENG 362 16251
DRA 348 Modern Drama: 1870-1920
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140 or DRA 160
18823 Modern Drama: 1870-1920 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 322 Staff
CROSSLISTINGS: ENG 348 19772
DRA 362 The Development of Theatre
R 21111 The Development of Theatre 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm H 403 Tonkin H
CROSSLISTINGS: ENG 368 21098
DRA 384 Independent Study in Drama
17802 Independent Study in Drama 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Striff E
DRA 480 Internship Program in Drama
18447 Internship Program in Drama 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Striff E
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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ECONOMICS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
EC 101 Introduction to Economics
R 15318 Introduction to Economics 3.00 M W 05:00-06:10pm A 321 Staff
EC 110 Principles of Macroeconomics
14786 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 320 Kamal L
17013 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 320 Kamal L
17014 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 421 Giannaros D
17015 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 421 Giannaros D
R 17159 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M W 06:15-07:25pm A 321 Staff
R 18041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 320 Staff
EC 211 Principles of Microeconomics
14793 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 W 10:30-11:20am A 421 Staff
F 10:30-12:20pm A 421 Staff
17016 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 W 12:30-01:20pm A 421 Staff
F 12:30-02:20pm A 421 Staff
R 17017 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 301 Cohen J
90144 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 422 Svalestad O
EC 311 Interm.Macroeconomic Analysis
PREREQUISITES: EC 110, EC 211
R 15734 Interm.Macroeconomic Analysis 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 421 Kamal L
EC 312 Managerial Economics
15733 Managerial Economics 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 321 Cohen J
EC 362 Public Finance
PREREQUISITES: EC 110, EC 211
R 19499 Public Finance 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 322 Giannaros D
EC 464 Economics of the City
PREREQUISITES: EC 312
R 19512 Economics of the City 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 327 Cohen J
EC 480 Internship in Economics
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, EC 311 or EC 312
15989 Internship in Economics 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
EC 481 Independent Study in Economics
16558 Independent Study in Economics 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
ENGLISH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ENG 140 Introduction to Literature
15500 Introduction to Literature 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 324 Stull W
15501 Introduction to Literature 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 322 Sinche B
15568 Introduction to Literature 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 424 Stull W
R 16055 Introduction to Literature 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 256 Staff
16889 Introduction to Literature 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 420 Staff
17718 Introduction to Literature 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 426 Staff
R 18075 Introduction to Literature 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm A 324 Staff
ENG 140 Introduction to Literature
J 51024 Introduction to Literature 3.00 M-R 02:00-06:00pm A 318 Marzialo
1/4-1/18
HON 280W Introduction to Literature
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
ENG 221 Survey American Literature II
19759 Survey American Literature II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 422 Daigle J
ENG 225W Intro to Creative Writing
PREREQUISITES: RLC 110, RLC 111
16638 Intro to Creative Writing 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 324 Carrier C
16890 Intro to Creative Writing 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 422 Carrier C
18285 Intro to Creative Writing 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 421 Striff E
ENG 225W Introduction to Creative Writing
J 51020 Introduction to Creative Writing 3.00 M-R 9:30-01:30pm A 320 Carrier
1/4-1/18
ENG 226W Sophomore Seminar in ENG
18022 Sophomore Seminar in ENG 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 325 Ross C
ENG 323 Studies in Literature
16891 Studies in Literature 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 323 Major W
(Prerequisite: Any 200-level literature course or permission of instructor)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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ENG 325 American Jewish Novel
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
18862 American Jewish Novel 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 110 Patt A
CROSSLISTINGS: JS 325 18849
ENG 341 Bible and Literature
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
R 19785 Bible and Literature 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 424 Stull W
CROSSLISTINGS: REL 341 21501 JS 341 21514
ENG 343 Medieval Lit. in Translation
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
R 19798 Medieval Lit. in Translation 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 217 Abeles J
ENG 348 Modern Drama: 1870-1920
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
19772 Modern Drama: 1870-1920 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 322 Staff
CROSSLISTINGS: DRA 348 18823
ENG 362 Shakespeare: Plays after 1600
16251 Shakespeare: Plays after 1600 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 324 Logan R
(Prerquisite: Any 200-level literature course or permission of instructor)
CROSSLISTINGS: DRA 332 17170
ENG 363 Studies in English Literature
R 19811 (Shakespeare the Celebrity) 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 427 Logan R
19824 (Arthurian Literature) 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 325 Abeles J
ENG 368 The Development of the Theatre
R 21098 The Development of the Theatre 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm H 403 Tonkin H
CROSSLISTINGS: DRA 362 21111
ENG 380 Independent Study
16603 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Striff E
16606 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Barstow J
16639 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Grossberg B
16640 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sinche B
ENG 381 Independent Study
15454 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Stull W
16576 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Ross C
16604 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Logan R
ENG 415W Advanced Poetry Workshop
PREREQUISITES: ENG 225W, ENG 310W
R 21397 Advanced Poetry Workshop 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm H 415 Grossberg B
ENG 436 Satire & Sentiment: 1660-1800
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
19837 Satire & Sentiment: 1660-1800 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 424 Blackwell M
ENG 452 Development of Eng.Language
R 19850 Development of Eng.Language 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 323 Abeles J
ENG 465W Capstone:
R 16187 Capstone: 3.00 R 07:30-10:00pm A 325 Grossberg B
The capstone course is a required senior seminar for English majors. Students will produce portfolios of their best writing for previous
courses - and demonstrate advanced creative writing skills.
ENG 490 Internship
15464 Internship 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Permission of instructor)
MODERN LANGUAGES & CULTURE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ARA 111 Arabic II
PREREQUISITES: ARA 110
R 18129 Arabic II 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 110 Abu Rabia H
CHN 111 Elementary Chinese II
PREREQUISITES: CHN 110
R 21202 Elementary Chinese II 4.00 M W F 06:00-07:20pm H 312 Zhou F
FR 110 Elementary French I
16019 Elementary French I 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 246 Lipkind L
FR 111 Elementary French II
PREREQUISITES: FR 110
17963 Elementary French II 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 246 Lipkind L
(Prerequisite or permission of instructor)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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FR 211 Intermediate French II
PREREQUISITES: FR 111 or FR 116
R 15051 Intermediate French II 4.00 M W 05:00-06:40pm H 130 Ealy N
(Prerequisite or permission of instructor)
FR 342 Studies in French Culture
PREREQUISITES: FR 211
R 18979 French Literature on Screen 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 308 Ealy N
FR 486 Independent Study in French
15843 Independent Study in French 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Ealy N
GER 111 Elementary German II
PREREQUISITES: GER 110
14883 Elementary German II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 312 Russell K
GER 211 Intermediate German II
PREREQUISITES: GER 111 or GER 116
17703 Intermediate German II 4.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 312 Russell K
W 10:30-11:20am H 312 Russell K
GER 485 Independent Study in German
15541 Independent Study in German 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Russell K
GER 487 Independent Study in German
15645 Independent Study in German 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Russell K
ITA 111 Elementary Italian II
PREREQUISITES: ITA 110
16681 Elementary Italian II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 246 Staff
18195 Elementary Italian II 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am H 246 Staff
(Prerequisite or permission of instructor)
ITA 211 Intermediate Italian II
PREREQUISITES: ITA 210 or ITA 116
17210 Intermediate Italian II 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm UT 316 Frank M
TBA TBA TBA Frank M
(Prerequisite or permission of instructor)
ITA 342 Studies in Italian Culture
PREREQUISITES: ITA 300
17964 Italian Poetry in Translation 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 306 Frank M
(Prerequisite or permission of the instructor)
JPN 111 Elementary Japanese II
15212 Elementary Japanese II 4.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 257 Nakamura N
TBA TBA TBA Nakamura N
JPN 211 Intermediate Japanese II
PREREQUISITES: JPN 110, JPN 111
17211 Intermediate Japanese II 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 257 Nakamura N
ML 471 CapII:Constructions of Culture
R 18966 CapII:Constructions of Culture 4.00 T R 05:00-06:40pm UT 308 Ealy N
SPA 110 Elementary Spanish I
R 15933 Elementary Spanish I 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm UT 308 Staff
16116 Elementary Spanish I 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm UT 316 Staff
R 18992 Elementary Spanish I 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 316 Staff
SPA 110 Elementary Spanish I
J 51017 Elementary Spanish I 3.00 M-F 09:30-12:30pm H 207 Staff
1/4-1/19
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish II
PREREQUISITES: SPA 110
R 15826 Elementary Spanish II 3.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm UT 308 Staff
R 16020 Elementary Spanish II 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm UT 316 Staff
16021 Elementary Spanish II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am UT 316 Staff
SPA 111 Elementary Spanish II
J 51112 Elementary Spanish II 3.00 M-F 02:00-05:00pm H 217 Staff
1/4-1/19
SPA 210 Intermediate Spanish I
PREREQUISITES: SPA 110, SPA 111
R 19005 Intermediate Spanish I 3.00 M W 06:30-07:45pm H 257 Cupolo M
SPA 211 Intermediate Spanish II
PREREQUISITES: SPA 110, SPA 111, SPA 210
R 14838 Intermediate Spanish II 3.00 M W 05:00-06:15pm H 257 Cupolo M
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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SPA 215 Structure,Conversation & Comp.
PREREQUISITES: SPA 210, SPA 211, SPA 214
16499 Structure,Conversation & Comp. 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 130 Cupolo M
SPA 484 Independent Study in Spanish
16372 Independent Study in Spanish 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Cupolo M
(Permission required before registering)
18448 Independent Study in Spanish 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Ealy N
(Permission required before registering)
GENDER STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
GS 100 Introduction to Gender Studies
18050 Introduction to Gender Studies 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 420 Highberg N
GS 248 Psychology of Gender
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101, PSY 102
18113 Psychology of Gender 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 104 Staff
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 248 15878
GS 254 The Sociology of the Family
21579 The Sociology of the Family 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 325 Ricardo J
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 254 16443
GS 258 Human Sexual Behavior
R 18114 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm E 104 MacKenzie C
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 258 15874
18115 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am E 104 Staff
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 258 16185
R 18135 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 M W 07:30-09:50pm E 220 Dischiavo R
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 258 18122
(March 22 - May 3)
GS 281 Women in Society
R 18117 Women in Society 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 419 Lockwood L
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 281 17158
GS 317 Gender, Power, and Politics
PREREQUISITES: POL 100 or POL 105 or GS 100
21280 Gender, Power, and Politics 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 240 Brown N
CROSSLISTINGS: POL 317 21267
GS 326 Sexuality and Social Conflict
PREREQUISITES: GS 100, SOC 110
22450 Sexuality and Social Conflict 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 301 Miceli M
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 326 22437
GS 340W Writing Gender Based Activist
PREREQUISITES: GS 100, RPW 110, RPW 111
20851 Writing Gender Based Activist 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 109 Highberg N
CROSSLISTINGS: RPW 340W 20032
(Lab fee)
GS 372 Women and Crime
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170, SOC 110
R 18119 Women and Crime 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 207 Orozco S
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 372 18078
GS 450 Internship in Gender Studies
17932 Internship in Gender Studies 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Highberg N
GS 451 Independent Study
17933 Independent Study 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Highberg N
HON 384W Women, Weight and Worry
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
(For AUCS 150 Gender, Identity & Society please see p. 35 for more information)
HISTORY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
HIS 100 Civilization since 1500
14985 Civilization since 1500 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 401 Esposito B
15670 Civilization since 1500 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 401 Mueller J
R 16022 Civilization since 1500 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 246 Esposito B
16893 Civilization since 1500 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 401 Rosenthal S
HIS 100 Civilization since 1500: Making the World Modern
J 51362 Civilization since 1500: Making the World Modern
3.00 M-F 02:00-05:30pm H 258 Rosenthal
1/4-1/15
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HON 171 Civilization since 1500
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
HIS 101 Civilization to 1650
16044 Civilization to 1650 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am H 401 Byczkiewicz R
HIS 130 United States to the Civil War
15774 United States to the Civil War 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 401 Clark L
HIS 131 U.S. since the Civil War Era
15773 U.S. Since the Civil War Era 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 240 Goldstein W
R 16189 U.S. since the Civil War Era 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 401 Salzman-Fiske E
HIS 131 The United States since the Civil War Era
J 51401 The United States since the Civil War Era
3.00 M T W R 05:35-09:05pm H 240 Richards
1/4-1/19
HIS 212 Traditions of China & Japan
PREREQUISITES: HIS 101
19902 Traditions of China & Japan 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 401 Esposito B
HIS 215 Introduction World Religions
PREREQUISITES: HIS 101
18112 Introduction World Religions 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 110 Freund R
CROSSLISTINGS: JS 215 15739 REL 215 16079
HIS 219 Modern Irish History
16894 Modern Irish History 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 401 Williamson D
HIS 225 African-American History
PREREQUISITES: or HIS 131
17212 African-American History 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 415 Clark L
CROSSLISTINGS: AFS 225 21176
HIS 228 American Jewish History
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100
17959 American Jewish History 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 110 Patt A
CROSSLISTINGS: JS 228 17958 REL 228 17960
HIS 235 The Modern Middle East
J 51375 The Modern Middle East 3.00 M-F 09:30-01:00pm H 258 Rosenthal
1/4-1/15
HIS 241W History as Detection: Workshop
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100 or HIS 101
17999 History as Detection: Workshop 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 401 Mueller J
HIS 301 Independent Study in History
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100 or HIS 101
16128 Independent Study in History 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Goldstein W
HIS 336 The Arabs and Israel
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100
R 22385 The Arabs and Israel 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 301 Rosenthal S
CROSSLISTINGS: JS 336 22372
HIS 341 Student Internship in History
15819 Student Internship in History 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Goldstein W
HIS 350 Rise & Fall of Soviet Empire
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100
R 19928 Rise & Fall of Soviet Empire 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 419 Firkatian M
HIS 361 History of American Sports
PREREQUISITES: HIS 130 or HIS 131
R 19941 History of American Sports 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 401 Goldstein W
HIS 363 Democracy, Reform & Slavery
PREREQUISITES: HIS 130
R 18002 Democracy, Reform & Slavery 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 401 Clark L
HIS 364 Experience of Amer.Civil War
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100 or HIS 130
R 18496 Experience of Amer.Civil War 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 401 Mueller J
HIS 409 The Senior Thesis
PREREQUISITES: HIS 300 or HIS 301
14803 Honors History: Senior Thesis 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Goldstein W
HIS 463 Senior Seminar:Dec.Reform&Slav
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100, HIS 101, HIS 130
R 18003 Senior Seminar:Dec.Reform&Slav 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 401 Clark L
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HONORS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
HON 170 American Government
19967 American Government 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 229 Owens K
(This course is equivalent to POL 100. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 171 Civilization since 1500
18147 Civilization since 1500 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 401 Rosenthal S
(This course is equivalent to HIS 100. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 172 Introduction to Philosophy
15871 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 301 den Ouden B
(This course is equivalent to PHI 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 182 Rhetoric and Writing I
19954 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
19980 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 427 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
19993 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 427 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
20006 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am CC 117 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
22346 Rhetoric and Writing I 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 257 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of3.00 or higher)
(Lab fee)
HON 183 Rhetoric & Writing II
PREREQUISITES: HON 182
15510 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 419 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15603 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15679 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15680 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm CC 118 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
15962 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
16104 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 423 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
16718 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 109 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
22359 Rhetoric & Writing II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 426 Staff
(This course is equivalent to RPW 111. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
(Lab fee)
HON 185 Introduction to Sociology
18046 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 422 Markson S
(This course is equivalent to SOC 110. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 280W Introduction to Literature
15744 Introduction to Literature 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 401 Carrier C
(This course is equivalent to ENG 140. Registration requires an overall GPA of 3.00 or higher.)
HON 383 Political Communication
PREREQUISITES: ENG 140
20799 Political Communication 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 322 Ellis D
This course will examine the role of political communication in the political process. The course will survey the main topics in the area. We begin
by considering the context in which this communication occurs and how we learn about politics. Next we examine the nature of news and how
and what is reported and then examine “media effects” with particular reference to the ways in which the media shape public opinion. We will
explore the manner in which the media and the major branches of government interact and how the competing meeds of government and media
shape the political communication process. Finally, we conclude by considering the implications of current trends in political communication
for the democratic process. This course may be counted as elective in Communication or Politics and Government majors. Open to juniors or
seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or by permission of the instructor.
HON 384 Women, Weight, Worry
20812 Women, Weight, Worry 3.00 M 01:30-04:10pm H 312 Matacin M
Over the past 30 years the number of American women who are dissatisfied with their bodies has steadily increased. This increase has been
attributed to the media, to the historical /cultural shift in the conceptualization of “girlhood”, and to a social strategy that keeps women from
obtaining power. We will study a variety of topics as they relate to the conceptualization and social construction of women’s bodies, beauty,
and sexuality. An emphasis on feminist theories will help us keep in mind the historical and social context in which women’s bodies are viewed.
Prerequisite: An overall GPA of 3.00 or higher. This course can be counted as an elective in the Psychology, Sociology, Gender Studies, or
Communication Majors.
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HON 390 Humanities Center Seminar
R 16888 (Framing War) 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm D 201 Cook L
Fighting with guns takes place far away from America, but bullets fly at home in the form of images, “talking points,” and satellite feeds. War is
“sold” to the public, remembered, and defined through the way it is represented in various forms of media. Through viewing and discussing
a variety of sources, students will develop a critical understanding of the ideology of war. Subjects include: Roman arch-sculpture of battle
scences, Goya’s Disasters of War prints, Matthew Brady’s photos of dead Civil War soldiers Al-Qaeda video, and blogs by both Iraqis and
soldiers from the current war in Iraq. Students must submit an application and be accepted to enroll in this class. Contact Professor Charles
Ross, Director of the Humanities center, at 768-4259 or chross@hartford.edu for further information.
HON 493 Honors Research
15511 Honors Research 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
(Registration requires the signature of Dr. Donald Jones A 212I)
HON 494 Honors Thesis
14978 Honors Thesis 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
(Registration requires the signature of Dr. Donald Jones A 212I)
JUDAIC STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ARA 111 Arabic II
PREREQUISITES: ARA 110
R 18129 Arabic II 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 110 Abu Rabia H
HBR 114 Elementary Convers.Hebrew II
17135 Elementary Convers.Hebrew II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 110 Bellamy S
A beginning Hebrew course designed to teach fluence in speaking, reading and understanding contemporary Hebrew.
Prerequisite: Elementary I - Conversational Hebrew.
Also open to students with equivalent background, with permisson of the instructor.
JS 215 Introduction World Religions
15739 Introduction World Religions 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 110 Freund R
CROSSLISTINGS: REL 215 16079 HIS 215 18112
JS 218 Intro to Jewish Ethics
R 16181 Intro to Jewish Ethics 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 110 Freund R
JS 228 American Jewish History
17958 American Jewish History 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 110 Patt A
CROSSLISTINGS: HIS 228 17959 REL 228 17960
JS 325 American Jewish Novel
18849 American Jewish Novel 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 110 Patt A
CROSSLISTINGS: ENG 325 18862
JS 336 The Arabs and Israel
PREREQUISITES: HIS 100 or HIS 102
R 22372 The Arabs and Israel 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 301 Rosenthal S
CROSSLISTINGS: HIS 336 22385
JS 341 The Bible and Literature
R 21514 The Bible and Literature 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 424 Stull W
CROSSLISTINGS: ENG 341 19785 REL 341 21501
JS 380 Independent Study Judaic Study
15839 Independent Study Judaic Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Freund R
17228 Independent Study Judaic Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Patt A
JS 381 Independent Study in Judaic Studies
J 51083 Independent Study in Judaic Studies
1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA TBA Freund
1/4-1/19
Contact Prof. Freund at 860.768.4022 or freund@hartford.edu.
JS 425 Contemporary St. in Jewish Civ
R 17134 (Islam and Judaism) 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 110 Abu Rabia H
R 17961 (Jewish Film) 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 110 Patt A
JS 595 Contemporary St. in Jew.Civil.
18137 Contemporary St. in Jew.Civil. 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Freund R
MATH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
M 100 Cooperative Education
15974 Cooperative Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Kagan J
M 110 Modeling with Elem. Functions
16023 Modeling with Elem. Functions 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm D 205 Staff
16362 Modeling with Elem. Functions 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 232 Staff
R 16363 Modeling with Elem. Functions 3.00 R 07:30-10:00pm D 204 Staff
16636 Modeling with Elem. Functions 3.00 M W 01:30-04:00pm D 236 Haruta M
(January 20 - March 17)
16637 Modeling with Elem. Functions 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am D 232 Turpin M
(TI-83+ Graphing Calculator or equivalent required)
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M 110 Modeling with Elementary Functions
J 51107 Modeling with Elementary Functions
3.00 M-F 09:00-12:30pm D 204 Xue
1/4-1/15
Note: TI-83+ Graphing Calculator or equivalent required.
M 112 Short Course in Calculus
PREREQUISITES: M 110
16897 Short Course in Calculus 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm D 204 Benardete D
17956 Short Course in Calculus 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm D 204 Benardete D
M 112 A Short Course in Calculus
J 51167 A Short Course in Calculus 3.00 M-F 01:00-4:30pm D 204 Staff
1/4-1/15
Note: TI-89 Graphing Calculator or equivalent required.
M 114 Everyday Statistics
15036 Everyday Statistics 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am D 205 Staff
R 15037 Everyday Statistics 3.00 W 07:30-10:00pm D 205 Staff
16316 Everyday Statistics 3.00 M W 01:20-02:45pm D 204 Staff
(TI-83 Graphing calculator or equivalent required)
M 114 Everyday Statistics
J 51033 Everyday Statistics 3.00 M-F 01:00-04:30pm D 232 Swords
1/4-1/15
Note: TI-83+ Graphing Calculator or equivalent required.
M 116 Contemporary Mathematics
14924 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 M W 01:30-04:00pm D 236 Haruta M
(March 22 - May 3)
14925 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm D 236 Staff
14926 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 236 Turpin M
14927 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 236 McGivney R
15746 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm D 236 Staff
R 16899 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 236 Staff
R 16900 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm D 236 Staff
17957 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 236 Turpin M
90066 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 424 Unfried M
M 116 Contemporary Mathematics
J 51003 Contemporary Mathematics 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:30pm D 232 McGivney-Burelle
1/4-1/19*
Note: TI-83+ Graphing Calculator or equivalent required.
*Will not meet on 1/14 and 1/15.
M 140 Precalculus with Trigonometry
R 15229 Precalculus with Trigonometry 4.00 M W 07:30-09:10pm D 232 Staff
15747 Precalculus with Trigonometry 4.00 M W 11:30-12:45pm D 232 Staff
F 11:30-12:20pm D 232 Staff
16898 Precalculus with Trigonometry 4.00 M W 10:00-11:15am UT 309 Staff
F 10:30-11:20am UT 309 Staff
(TI-89 graphing calculator required)
M 140 Precalculus with Trigonometry
J 51079 Precalculus with Trigonometry 4.00 M-F 01:30-5:30pm D 205 McGivney-Burelle
12/30-1/19
Note: TI-89 Graphing Calculator or equivalent required.
Will not meet on 1/14 and 1/15.
M 144 Calculus I
PREREQUISITES: M 140
14970 Calculus I 1.00 OR 4.00 M W F 08:30-09:45am D 205 Staff
14971 Calculus I 1.00 OR 4.00 M W F 10:00-11:15am D 205 Haruta M
R 15353 Calculus I 1.00 OR 4.00 M W 07:30-09:25pm D 204 Staff
19213 Calculus I 1.00 OR 4.00 M W F 08:30-09:45am D 318 Staff
(TI-89 graphing calculator required)
M 145 Calculus II
PREREQUISITES: M 144
14915 Calculus II 4.00 M W F 08:30-09:45am D 232 Pollina B
14916 Calculus II 4.00 M W F 10:00-11:15am D 232 Staff
R 14917 Calculus II 4.00 T R 07:30-09:25pm D 232 Staff
16446 Calculus II 4.00 T R 08:00-09:55am D 204 Xue F
16901 Calculus II 4.00 T R 10:10-12:05pm D 204 Xue F
M 220 Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory
PREREQUISITES: M 145
15042 Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 204 Pollina B
(TI-89 graphing calculator required)
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M 222W Discrete Mathematics II
PREREQUISITES: M 221
15466 Discrete Mathematics II 4.00 T R 03:30-05:10pm D 232 McGivney R
M 240 Calculus of Several Variables
PREREQUISITES: M 145
14869 Calculus of Several Variables 4.00 M W 01:00-02:40pm D 232 Williams J
R 16317 Calculus of Several Variables 4.00 T R 07:30-09:10pm D 205 Staff
19226 Calculus of Several Variables 4.00 M W 02:55-04:35pm D 232 Williams J
(TI-89 graphing calculator required)
M 242 Differential Equations
PREREQUISITES: M 145
15032 Differential Equations 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 205 Benardete D
R 15354 Differential Equations 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm D 205 Staff
19239 Differential Equations 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 204 Decker R
(TI-89 graphing calculator required)
M 246 Applied Math Diff.Equat.for CE
PREREQUISITES: M 240
15570 Applied Math Diff.Equat.for CE 4.00 T R 03:30-05:10pm D 204 Decker R
M 260 Data Analysis
PREREQUISITES: M 145
R 14831 Data Analysis 4.00 T R 05:30-07:10pm D 204 Xue F
M 320 Theory of Numbers
PREREQUISITES: M 221W
19252 Theory of Numbers 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 226 Williams J
M 344 Adv. Engineering Mathematics
PREREQUISITES: M 240, M 242
16318 Adv. Engineering Mathematics 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm D 205 Pollina B
M 381W Teaching Second Sch-Math/Prac
PREREQUISITES: M 380
19265 Teaching Second Sch-Math/Prac 3.00 TBA TBA TBA McGivney-Burell
M 420 Introduction to Modern Algebra
PREREQUISITES: M 222W
R 15676 Introduction to Modern Algebra 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm D 205 Noonburg V
M 517 Applied Engineering Statistics
R 15502 Applied Engineering Statistics 3.00 T 06:10-09:30pm D 421 Staff
PHILOSOPHY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
PHI 110 Introduction to Philosophy
15672 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am A 322 Chambers T
R 15673 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 420 Makinster D
15674 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 323 Moen M
R 15745 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 256 Makinster D
16018 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm A 323 Tucker T
16180 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 325 den Ouden B
18005 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 323 Skelly B
22333 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 323 Tucker T
HON 172 Introduction to Philosophy
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
PHI 230W Ethical Problems
PREREQUISITES: PHI 110
16915 Ethical Problems 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 422 Skelly B
PHI 280 Introduction to Asian Philosophy
J 51336 Introduction to Asian Philosophy 3.00 M-R 10:30-02:00pm A 324 Tucker
1/4-1/19
PHI 283 Rationalists and Empiricists
PREREQUISITES: PHI 110
19629 Rationalists and Empiricists 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 318 Barnes M
PHI 290 ST: Conflict and Peace
R 22125 ST: Conflict and Peace 3.00 M W 04:20-05:30pm H 246 Shepela S
War solves war - or does it? Our dominant culture presumes that the best way to resolve violent conflict is with more effective violence. But there
are countless examples that prove that assumption wrong, and countless more that show that nonviolent methods are often more effective and
less costly in human lives and money, and lead to peace that is more than the absence of war. What strategies are effective, and what are not?
What can ordinary people do? To explore these global questions in this interdisciplinary course we will use theoretical study applied to analys
is of case studies of nonviolent conflicts, supported by documentary films, and skill-building study applied to current issues. Students will work
together on a peace-building project of the group’s choice.
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 292 22099
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PHI 340 Philosophy of Religion
19616 Philosophy of Religion 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 422 Tucker T
CROSSLISTINGS: REL 352 21540
PHI 380 19th C Continental Philosophy
19642 19th C Continental Philosophy 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 423 den Ouden B
PHI 470 Independent Study - Philosophy
16129 Independent Study - Philosophy 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA den Ouden B
16276 Independent Study - Philosophy 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Barnes M
16279 Independent Study - Philosophy 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Moen M
16287 Independent Study - Philosophy 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Tucker T
PHI 471 Independent Study - Philosophy
15186 Independent Study - Philosophy 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Barnes M
16280 Independent Study - Philosophy 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Moen M
16281 Independent Study - Philosophy 3.00 TBA TBA TBA den Ouden B
PHYSICS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
PHY 101 Mechanics, Heat, and the Body
R 15579 Mechanics, Heat, and the Body 0.00 T 05:00-07:00pm D 226 Staff
15580 Mechanics, Heat, and the Body 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 232 Goldick H
R 18940 Mechanics, Heat, and the Body 0.00 M 05:30-07:30pm D 226 Staff
(Lab fee)
PHY 102 Electricity and the Body
15355 Electricity and the Body 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 232 Goldick H
R 16445 Electricity and the Body 0.00 R 04:50-06:50pm D 226 Staff
R 16902 Electricity and the Body 0.00 W 05:30-07:30pm D 226 Staff
(Lab fee)
PHY 112 Calculus-Based Physics I
PREREQUISITES: M 144
14839 Calculus-Based Physics I 4.00 M W 10:00-11:15am D 204 Mohottala H
F 10:30-11:20am D 204 Mohottala H
R 15356 Calculus-Based Physics I 0.00 T 07:30-10:30pm D 226 Staff
R 15357 Calculus-Based Physics I 4.00 M W 05:30-07:10pm D 204 Striefler M
R 15358 Calculus-Based Physics I 0.00 W 07:30-10:30pm D 226 Staff
15515 Calculus-Based Physics I 0.00 W 01:30-04:30pm D 226 Staff
R 15639 Calculus-Based Physics I 0.00 M 07:30-10:30pm D 226 Staff
15748 Calculus-Based Physics I 4.00 M W 08:30-09:45am D 211 Striefler M
F 08:30-09:20am D 211 Striefler M
17730 Calculus-Based Physics I 4.00 M W 08:30-09:45am D 204 Mohottala H
F 08:30-09:20am D 204 Mohottala H
R 17731 Calculus-Based Physics I 0.00 R 07:30-10:30pm D 226 Staff
17732 Calculus-Based Physics I 0.00 M 01:30-04:30pm D 226 Staff
(Lab fee)
PHY 113 Calculus-Based Physics II
PREREQUISITES: PHY 112, M 144
R 14795 Calculus-Based Physics II 0.00 R 07:30-10:30pm D 211 Staff
R 14796 Calculus-Based Physics II 4.00 T R 05:30-07:10pm D 232 Hadad A
(Lab fee)
PHY 120 Algebra-Based Physics I
14846 Algebra-Based Physics I 4.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm D 205 Staff
14847 Algebra-Based Physics I 0.00 T 08:00-10:30am D 211 Staff
14848 Algebra-Based Physics I 0.00 F 01:30-04:00pm D 211 Staff
15503 Algebra-Based Physics I 4.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm D 211 McDonald J
R 15887 Algebra-Based Physics I 0.00 M 07:30-10:00pm D 211 Staff
R 15888 Algebra-Based Physics I 4.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm D 205 Staff
16380 Algebra-Based Physics I 0.00 W 01:30-04:00pm D 211 Staff
R 16559 Algebra-Based Physics I 4.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm D 211 Staff
R 16562 Algebra-Based Physics I 0.00 T 07:30-10:00pm D 211 Staff
(Lab fee)
PHY 121 Algebra-Based Physics II
PREREQUISITES: PHY 120
14807 Algebra-Based Physics II 4.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am D 211 McDonald J
R 14808 Algebra-Based Physics II 0.00 W 07:30-10:00pm D 211 Staff
16903 Algebra-Based Physics II 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 205 Hadad A
16904 Algebra-Based Physics II 0.00 R 08:00-10:30am D 211 Staff
18410 Algebra-Based Physics II 0.00 T 08:00-10:30am D 226 Staff
(Lab fee)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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PHY 260 Optics
PREREQUISITES: PHY 113, PHY 114, M 240
R 16905 Optics 4.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm D 232 McDonald J
R 16906 Optics 0.00 M 07:30-10:00pm D 207 Staff
R 16907 Optics 0.00 W 07:30-10:00pm D 207 McDonald J
(Lab fee)
PHY 320 Modern Physics II
PREREQUISITES: PHY 310, M 240
18953 Modern Physics II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
POL 100 American Government
15022 American Government 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 258 Donovan C
15023 American Government 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 258 Donovan C
15934 American Government 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am H 258 Smith L
16634 American Government 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 240 Anderson C
18072 American Government 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 240 Owens K
21215 American Government 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 258 Anderson C
HON 170 American Government
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
POL 100 American Government
J 51388 American Government 3.00 M-F 12:00-4:00pm H 401 Cooley
1/4-1/14
POL 105 Politics
15230 Politics 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 240 Smith L
POL 105 Politics
J 51076 Politics 3.00 M-F 09:00-01:00pm H 419 Bourbeau
1/4-1/19
POL 120 Comparative Politics
22580 Comparative Politics 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Ayyangar S
POL 130 International Relations
22593 International Relations 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 240 Clancy M
R 22723 International Relations 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 240 Clancy M
POL 201 Conduct of Political Inquiry
PREREQUISITES: POL 105
15504 Conduct of Political Inquiry 4.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 258 Owens K
F 01:30-02:20pm H 258 Owens K
POL 213 Race and Politics
R 19720 Race and Politics 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 258 Sekou B
CROSSLISTINGS: AFS 213 21553
POL 222 Politics of the Third World
PREREQUISITES: POL 100
19707 Politics of the Third World 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 258 Sandstrom H
CROSSLISTINGS: AFS 242 21566
POL 250 Law and the Justice System
PREREQUISITES: POL 100 or POL 105 or SOC 170
R 15669 Law and the Justice System 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 301 Aliotta J
POL 250 Law and the Justice System
J 51078 Law and the Justice System 3.00 M-F 12:00-04:00pm H 415 Goetz
12/30-1/15
POL 290 ST:Global Poltical Economy
PREREQUISITES: POL 100 or POL 105 or POL 230
21293 ST:Global Poltical Economy 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 403 Clancy M
Examines the politics of international economics relations. Includes study of the foundations of the international systems. Investigates topics
such as international trade, investment, multinational corporations, globalization.
POL 314 Congress and the Presidency
PREREQUISITES: POL 100, POL 105
19655 Congress and the Presidency 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 258 Smith L
POL 317 Gender, Power, and Politics
PREREQUISITES: POL 100 or POL 105 or GS 100
21267 Gender, Power, and Politics 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 240 Brown N
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 317 21280
POL 321 Political Change
PREREQUISITES: POL 105 or POL 106, POL 100
R 19733 Political Change 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 258 Ayyangar S
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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POL 343W Late Modern Political Theory
R 23204 Late Modern Political Theory 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 258 Anderson C
POL 381 Student Internship in Pol&Gov.
PREREQUISITES: POL 105
16461 Student Internship in Pol&Gov. 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Smith L
(Prerequisite: GPA of 2.5, junior or senior standing and permission of a faculty advisor or department chair)
POL 382 Student Internship in Pol&Gov
PREREQUISITES: POL 105
16462 Student Internship in Pol&Gov 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Smith L
(Prerequisite: GPA of 2.5, junior or senior standing and permission of faculty advisor or department chair)
POL 383 Independent Study in Pol&Gov
PREREQUISITES: POL 105
16463 Independent Study in Pol&Gov 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Prerequisite: GPA of 3.0 in the major, junior or senior standing and permission of sponsoring faculty member)
POL 450 Constitutional Law
PREREQUISITES: POL 100, POL 105 or SOC 170
16916 Constitutional Law 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 258 Aliotta J
POL 453 Crime,Law,and Admin.of Justice
R 18120 Crime,Law,and Admin.of Justice 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm H 403 Beaulieu M
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 473 14900
18121 Crime,Law,and Admin.of Justice 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 246 DiChiara A
CROSSLISTINGS: SOC 473 15913
HON 383 Political Communication
(See Honor Section on p. 57 for details)
PSYCHOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
PSY 101 Intro Psychology - Concepts
15195 Intro Psychology - Concepts 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am E 221 Staff
15196 Intro Psychology - Concepts 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm E 221 Staff
15197 Intro Psychology - Concepts 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am E 220 Staff
15267 Intro Psychology - Concepts 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am E 220 Staff
R 15519 Intro Psychology - Concepts 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm E 105 Staff
17067 Intro Psychology - Concepts 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm E 221 McGrath D
PSY 101 Introductory Psychology: Concepts
J 51054 Introductory Psychology: Concepts 3.00 M-F 01:00-4:30pm E 104 McGrath
1/4-1/15
PSY 102 Intro Psychology-Applications
15198 Intro Psychology-Applications 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm E 221 Staff
15199 Intro Psychology-Applications 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm E 105 Staff
15200 Intro Psychology-Applications 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am E 221 Snow L
R 15420 Intro Psychology-Applications 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm E 221 Staff
16448 Intro Psy-Applications 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am E 221 Powell J
PSY 132 Human Development
R 15287 Human Development 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm H 207 Shafran S
(This course will not fulfill a requirement for Psychology majors and minors.)
CROSSLISTINGS: EDP 132 15288
15425 Human Development 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 207 Cromwell L
(This course will not fulfill a requirement for Psychology majors and minors.)
CROSSLISTINGS: EDP 132 15325
PSY 132 Human Development
J 51072 Human Development 3.00 T W R 05:30-09:30pm H 229 Kindall
12/30-1/19*
*No class on 12/31/09.
PSY 210 Physiological Psychology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102, BIO 110 or BIO 111
16645 Physiological Psychology 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm E 104 Fagbemi S
CROSSLISTINGS: BIO 210 17172
PSY 222 Princ Learning,Conditng&Behavr
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
R 16056 Princ Learning,Conditng&Behavr 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm E 221 Staff
PSY 232 Mental Retardation:Con.&Theory
PREREQUISITES: EDH 120
14884 Mental Retardation:Con.&Theory 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 207 Sood S
(This course will not fulfill a requirement for Psychology majors and minors.)
CROSSLISTINGS: EDH 232 14810
16710 Mental Retardation:Con.&Theory 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 221 Sood S
(This course will not fulfill a requirement for Psychology majors and minors.)
CROSSLISTINGS: EDH 232 17033
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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PSY 240 Infant and Child Development
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
R 15040 Infant and Child Development 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm E 104 Chanes H
15041 Infant and Child Development 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am E 105 Staff
PSY 240 Infant and Child Development
J 51180 Infant and Child Development 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:30pm E 105 Burinskas
1/4-1/15
PSY 242 Adolescent&Emerging Adult Dev.
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15877 Adolescent&Emerging Adult Dev. 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am E 220 Khaleque A
PSY 245 Psychological Aspect Parenting
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15362 Psychological Aspect Parenting 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am E 104 Snow L
PSY 247 Psy.Aspects of Death & Dying
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
16319 Psy.Aspects of Death & Dying 3.00 R 02:05-04:45pm E 105 Staff
PSY 248 Psychology of Gender
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15878 Psychology of Gender 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 104 Staff
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 248 18113
PSY 253 Psych.Applied to Workplace
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
R 16665 Psych.Applied to Workplace 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm E 105 Nicklin J
PSY 258 Human Sexual Behavior
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
R 15874 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm E 104 MacKenzie C
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 258 18114
16185 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am E 104 Staff
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 258 18115
R 18122 Human Sexual Behavior 3.00 M W 07:30-09:50pm E 220 Dischiavo R
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 258 18135
(March 22 - May 3)
PSY 260 Psychology of Adjustment
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101, PSY 102
18013 Psychology of Adjustment 3.00 M 01:30-04:10pm E 105 Crespi T
PSY 261 Stress and Stress Management
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15210 Stress and Stress Management 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am E 104 McKenna-Grant P
16917 Stress and Stress Management 3.00 T 02:05-04:45pm E 105 Staff
90053 Stress and Stress Management 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 421 Staff
PSY 262 Abnormal Psychology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
R 15879 Abnormal Psychology 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 221 Milling L
R 16320 Abnormal Psychology 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm E 221 Milling L
16449 Abnormal Psychology 3.00 R 02:05-04:45pm E 104 Scacco L
PSY 270W Research Methods&Stat. Analy I
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15125 Research Methods&Stat. Analy I 3.00 M W 08:00-09:50am E 118 Staff
15642 Research Methods&Stat. Analy I 3.00 T R 08:00-09:50am E 118 Staff
R 16646 Research Methods&Stat. Analy I 3.00 T R 07:30-09:20pm E 118 Staff
(Only open to psychology majors) (Lab fee)
PSY 311 Brain and Behavior
PREREQUISITES: BIO 110 or BIO 111
15211 Brain and Behavior 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am E 105 Fagbemi S
PSY 323W Health Psychology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
16186 Health Psychology 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 110 Staff
PSY 332 Learning Disab:Concept&Theory
PREREQUISITES: EDH 120
14893 Learning Disab:Concept&Theory 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am H 217 Hopkins M
(This course will not fulfill a requirement for Psychology majors and minors.)
CROSSLISTINGS: EDH 332 14814
R 16711 Learning Disab:Concept&Theory 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 207 Hopkins M
(This course will not fulfill a requirement for Psychology majors and minors.)
CROSSLISTINGS: EDH 332 16644
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
PSY 367 Theories of Psychotherapy
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15883 Theories of Psychotherapy 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am E 105 La Framboise D
PSY 372 Research Methods&Stat Analy II
PREREQUISITES: PSY 270W
15875 Research Methods&Stat Analy II 3.00 M W 10:00-11:15am E 118 Neace W
F 10:00-11:10am E 118 Neace W
(This section is only open to Psychology majors)
15876 Research Methods&Stat Analy II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:55pm E 118 Clark O
(This section is only open to Physical Therapy majors.)
16321 Research Methods&Stat Analy II 3.00 M W 01:30-03:20pm E 118 Black K
(This section is only open to Psychology majors) (Prerequisite of C- or above in PSY 270) (Lab fee)
PSY 385 Student Internship
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
14806 Student Internship 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray K
(Prerequisite: Permission of the department’s director of external training)
PSY 405 History&Systems in Psychology
15880 History&Systems in Psychology 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 221 Powell J
16483 History&Systems in Psychology 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm E 104 McGrath D
(Prerequisite: Five courses in Psychology above the introductory level)
PSY 425 Motivation and Emotion
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
16027 Motivation and Emotion 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm E 220 Christensen C
(Prerequisite: Three psychology courses above the introductory level)
PSY 465 Clinical & Counseling Psychol
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101 or PSY 102
15882 Clinical & Counseling Psychol 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 105 Staff
(Prerequisite: Three psychology courses above the introductory level)
PSY 470W Research Methods&Stat Anly III
PREREQUISITES: PSY 372
16647 Research Methods&Stat Anly III 3.00 T R 10:00-11:15am E 118 Christensen C
16918 Research Methods&Stat Anly III 3.00 M W 12:05-01:20pm E 118 Neace W
F 12:05-01:15pm E 118 Neace W
(Lab fee)
PSY 485 Student Internship (Senior Yr)
14789 Student Internship(Senior Yr) 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gray K
PSY 487 Honors Seminar
15919 Honors Seminar 3.00 T 02:05-04:45pm E 104 Powell J
PSY 489 Independent Study
15881 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Milling L
HON 384 Women, Weight and Worry
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
PSY 500 Contemporary Topics in Psy.
R 16919 (App.Learning in Org Settings) 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm E 221 Silva P
PSY 500 Contemporary Studies in Psychology: Managing Talent in a Global Economy
J 51193 Contemporary Studies in Psychology: Managing Talent in a Global Economy
3.00 TBA Distance learning** Sarkar-Barney
1/4-1/29
PSY 521 Physiological Psychology
R 15158 Physiological Psychology 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm E 104 Staff
PSY 523 Health Psychology
R 18014 Health Psychology 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 104 Matacin M
PSY 530 Career Development
R 16920 Career Development 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm E 105 Gallini R
PSY 542 Psychopathology of Childhood
R 15006 Psychopathology of Childhood 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm E 221 Milling L
PSY 552 Social Psychology
R 16450 Social Psychology 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm E 105 Staff
PSY 555 Personnel Psychology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 535
R 16322 Personnel Psychology 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm E 118 Clark O
PSY 560 Life-Span Development
R 16451 Life-Span Development 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm E 118 Staff
PSY 564 Psychopathology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 366
R 16921 Psychopathology 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm E 104 Staff
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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PSY 565 Cognitive & Psychoeducational Assessment II
J 51206 Cognitive & Psychoeducational Assessment II
3.00 M-R 09:00-01:30pm E 221 Politikos
1/4-1/14
PSY 566 Personality Assessment I
PREREQUISITES: PSY 580
R 15884 Personality Assessment I 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm E 109 Staff
R 15885 Personality Assessment I 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm E 109 Gallini R
(Full-time status in Clinical/School Psychology program or permission of program director) (Lab fee)
PSY 581 Advanced Research Methods
PREREQUISITES: PSY 370
R 15749 Advanced Research Methods 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 118 Neace W
R 16922 Advanced Research Methods 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm E 118 Nicklin J
PSY 582 Research Methods:Design&Analys
PREREQUISITES: PSY 370
R 16282 Research Methods:Design&Analys 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm E 109 Leve R
PSY 585 Advanced Therapy Techniques
PREREQUISITES: PSY 584
R 15222 Advanced Therapy Techniques 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm E 111 Staff
15678 Advanced Therapy Techniques 3.00 W 01:30-04:10pm E 109 La Framboise D
(Full-time status in Clinical/School Psychology program or permission of program director)
PSY 625 Capstone Project
PREREQUISITES: PSY 510, PSY 581
16924 Capstone Project 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Nicklin J
PSY 633 Introd.to Clinical Neurology
PREREQUISITES: PSY 571
R 21488 Introd.to Clinical Neurology 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm UT 306 Brunquell P
CROSSLISTINGS: BIO 744 18260
PSY 649 Group Process & Psychotherapy
R 18015 Group Process & Psychotherapy 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm E 105 Staff
PSY 650 Consultation:Theory & Practice
16648 Consultation:Theory & Practice 3.00 T 02:05-04:45pm E 110 Crespi T
PSY 656 Prof.Sem.&Pract.SchoolPsy.II
R 14992 Prof.Sem.&Pract.SchoolPsy.II 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 109 Crespi T
PSY 658 Practicum:Applied PsychologyII
18227 Practicum:Applied PsychologyII 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Clark O
18398 Practicum:Applied PsychologyII 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Christensen C
PSY 689 Practicum,M.A.Clin. Pract II
14842 Practicum:M.A.Clin. Pract II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Leve R
PSY 699 Prof.Sem in Ethics&Practice II
PREREQUISITES: PSY 689
R 15847 Prof.Sem in Ethics&Practice II 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm E 111 Staff
PSY 737 Intro Clinical Neuropsychology
R 18311 Intro Clinical Neuropsychology 3.00 W 04:50-07:20pm E 110 de Jesus R
PSY 754 Integ.Application Resrch Data
17775 Integ.Application Resrch Data 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Harney J
PSY 756 Internship School Psy. II
R 15363 Internship School Psy. II 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 105 Staff
RHETORIC AND PROFESSION WRITING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
RPW 110 Rhetoric & Writing I
17083 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 109 Staff
17084 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 420 Staff
17085 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 420 Staff
20045 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 324 Staff
20058 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 324 Staff
20071 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 323 Staff
20084 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am HH 115 Staff
20097 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm CC 117 Staff
20110 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 324 Staff
20136 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 325 Staff
20149 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 423 Staff
20162 Rhetoric & Writing I 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 321 Staff
22827 Rhetoric & Writing I-Intensive 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:45pm H 303 Staff
(Lab fee)
HON 182 Rhetoric & Writing I
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
RPW 111 Rhetoric and Writing II
PREREQUISITES: RPW 110
17086 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 109 Staff
17087 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am A 325 Staff
17088 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 424 Staff
17089 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 427 Staff
17090 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 424 Staff
17091 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 325 Staff
17092 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm CC 115 Staff
R 17093 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm CC 117 Staff
R 17094 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm CC 117 Staff
17095 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 320 Staff
17096 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 427 Staff
17097 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 246 Staff
17098 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 424 Staff
17099 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 109 Staff
17101 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 427 Staff
17102 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 109 Staff
17103 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 321 Staff
R 17104 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm A 420 Staff
R 17105 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 109 Staff
R 17106 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm CC 117 Staff
17108 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 257 Staff
17109 Rhetoric&Writing II-Intensive 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:45pm A 426 Staff
R 17110 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 W 07:30-10:00pm A 423 Staff
17111 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 111 Staff
17112 Rhetoric&Writing II-Bilingual 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:45pm D 425 Staff
17113 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm E 109 Staff
17114 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 427 Staff
17115 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm UT 106 Staff
17117 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 324 Staff
17118 Rhetoric and Writing II 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm CC 117 Staff
17215 Rhetoric&Writing II-Intensive 3.00 M W 11:30-12:45pm CC 117 Staff
F 11:30-12:20pm CC 117 Staff
(Lab fee)
HON 183 Rhetoric & Writing II
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
RPW 211W Intro to Bus Mgmt Comm
PREREQUISITES: RPW 110
R 16933 Intro to Bus Mgmt Comm 3.00 M W 04:50-06:05pm H 419 Richards B
90170 Intro to Bus Mgmt Comm 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 321 Richards B
RPW 245W Critical Literacy
PREREQUISITES: RPW 110
20019 Critical Literacy 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 427 Jones D
(Lab fee)
RPW 340W Writing Gender Based Activist
PREREQUISITES: RPW 110 or GS 100
20032 Writing Gender Based Activist 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 109 Highberg N
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 340W 20851
(Lab fee)
RPW 375 Professional Editing
PREREQUISITES: RPW 210W, RPW 215W
R 16934 Professional Editing 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 109 Richards B
90235 Professional Editing 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Staff
(Lab fee)
RPW 472 Capstone:PortfolioPresentation
17075 Capstone:PortfolioPresentation 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Highberg N
17076 Capstone:PortfolioPresentation 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
18146 Capstone:PortfolioPresentation 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Richards B
RPW 480 Intern. Professional Writing
17078 Intern. Professional Writing 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Highberg N
17079 Intern. Professional Writing 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
17770 Intern. Professional Writing 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Richards B
RPW 481 Independent Study in RPW
17081 Independent Study in RPW 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Highberg N
17082 Independent Study in RPW 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones D
17805 Independent Study in RPW 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Richards B
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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SOCIOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
SOC 100 Cooperative Education Program
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, SOC 170
15846 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA DiChiara A
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
14858 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 403 Ricardo J
14859 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 403 Morra J
14860 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 403 Eichar D
14861 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 403 Morra J
16314 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 301 Fugiero M
HON 185 Introduction to Sociology
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
J 51089 Introduction to Sociology 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:30pm H 301 Morra
1/4-1/19
SOC 130 Cultural Anthropology
15569 Cultural Anthropology 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 217 Mitra N
SOC 170 Social Responses to Crime
15506 Social Responses to Crime 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 301 Hansen W
15507 Social Responses to Crime 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 403 Beaulieu M
16908 Social Responses to Crime 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 301 DiChiara A
SOC 200 Cooperative Education Program
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, SOC 170
16182 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA DiChiara A
SOC 254 The Sociology of the Family
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
16443 The Sociology of the Family 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 325 Ricardo J
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 254 21579
SOC 256 Black Family in American Soc.
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
R 15361 Black Family in American Soc. 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 258 Mann-Agnew P
CROSSLISTINGS: AFS 226 18116
SOC 271 Deviance
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110 or SOC 170
16910 Deviance 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 229 Norland S
19148 Deviance 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 419 Beaulieu M
SOC 273 International Organized Crime
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170
R 15872 International Organized Crime 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm H 301 Tedeschi M
SOC 277 Policing Society
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170 or SOC 110
R 18077 Policing Society 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm H 246 Hansen W
SOC 281 Women in Society
R 17158 Women in Society 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 419 Lockwood L
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 281 18117
SOC 292 ST: Conflict and Peace
R 22099 ST: Conflict and Peace 3.00 M W 04:20-05:30pm H 246 Shepela S
War solves war- or does it? Our dominant culture presumes that the best way to resolve violent conflict is with more effective violence. But there
are countless examples that prove that assumption wrong, and countless more that show that nonviolent methods are often more effective and
less costly in human lives and money, and lead to peace that is more than the absence of war. What strategies are effective, and what are not?
What can ordinary people do? To explore these global questions in this interdisciplinary course we will use theoretical study applied to analysis:
of case studies of nonviolent conflict, supported by documentary films, and skill-building study applied to current issues. Students will work
together on a peace-building project of the group’s choice.
CROSSLISTINGS: PHI 290 22125
SOC 300 Cooperative Education Program
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, SOC 170
16183 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA DiChiara A
SOC 318 Internship
R 15015 Internship 3.00 M 07:30-09:00pm H 312 DiChiara A
SOC 319 Internship
R 15019 Internship 3.00 M 07:30-09:00pm H 312 DiChiara A
SOC 326 Sexuality and Social Conflict
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, GS 100
22437 Sexuality and Social Conflict 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 301 Miceli M
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 326 22450
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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SOC 343 Statistical Analysis
PREREQUISITES: SOC 242
14862 Statistical Analysis 4.00 M W F 09:15-10:20am H 403 Fugiero M
CROSSLISTINGS: CMM 393 15157
SOC 363 Sociology of the City
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
21319 Sociology of the City 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 419 Tejada K
SOC 366 Work and Leisure
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
R 16911 Work and Leisure 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm H 419 Eichar D
SOC 372 Women and Crime
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170 or SOC 110
R 18078 Women and Crime 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 207 Orozco S
CROSSLISTINGS: GS 372 18119
SOC 376 Juvenile Delinquency
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110 or SOC 170
R 16630 Juvenile Delinquency 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 130 Hansen W
SOC 379 Studies in Crime Control
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170
16912 (War and Drugs) 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 257 Norland S
SOC 382 Race and Ethnic Relations
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
16913 Race and Ethnic Relations 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 257 Doane A
CROSSLISTINGS: AFS 352 21605
SOC 382 Race and Ethnic Relations
J 51051 Race and Ethnic Relations 3.00 M-F 09:30-12:30pm H 403 Doane
1/4-1/19
SOC 388 Aging and Society
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
R 15873 Aging and Society 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm H 301 Hebert M
SOC 400 Cooperative Education Program
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, SOC 170
16184 Cooperative Education Program 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA DiChiara A
SOC 418W Senior Practicum
PREREQUISITES: SOC 242
16914 Senior Practicum 4.00 T 02:05-03:45pm H 257 Hardesty M
SOC 425 Popular Culture
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110, CMM 110 or CMM 240
17169 Popular Culture 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 324 Banks J
CROSSLISTINGS: CMM 425 16945
SOC 446 Readings in Sociology
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
15508 Readings in Sociology 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Hardesty M
SOC 460 Social Inequality
PREREQUISITES: SOC 110
16631 Social Inequality 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 229 Markson S
SOC 461 Formal Organiza.& Bureaucracy
PREREQUISITES: SOC 242
18511 Formal Organiza.& Bureaucracy 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 321 Morra J
90079 Formal Organiza.& Bureaucracy 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 321 Morra J
SOC 470 Criminology
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170, SOC 271
15677 Criminology 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 240 Norland S
90105 Criminology 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 420 DiChiara A
SOC 471 Readings Criminal Justice
PREREQUISITES: SOC 170
15509 Readings Criminal Justice 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Beaulieu M
SOC 473 Crime,Law & Adminis.of Justice
R 14900 Crime,Law & Adminis.of Justice 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm H 403 Beaulieu M
(Senior standing, 9 credit hours of required social science courses, or permission of instructor.)
CROSSLISTINGS: POL 453 18120
15913 Crime,Law & Adminis.of Justice 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 246 DiChiara A
(Senior standing, 9 credit hours of required social science courses, or permission of instructor.)
CROSSLISTINGS: POL 453 18121
HON 384 Women, Weight and Worry
(See Honors Section on p. 57 for details)
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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INTERDEPARTMENTAL
FIRST YEAR SEMINARS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
FYS 100 First Year Seminars
21852 (Media Influence on Children) 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 318 Dale L
This course will evaluate the content for children’s movies, book, and television programming. The focus will be on whether the content in these
media is developmentally appropriate for children and the potentially negative influence of factors such as violence, sexual content, and negative
modeling.
21865 Love 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 102 Dix D
Upon completing this course, students will be able to describe emotion in general and love in particular, discuss the relationships between
addiction and romance and romance and love, and identify, articulate, and evaluate sociobiological and Judeo-Christian perspectives on love.
What does it mean to love our neighbor as ourself, and how and why should we do that? What does our answer imply about our definitions for
self and love?
21878 Exploring the “American Dream” 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 318 Markson S
There are few phases as immediately familiar to so many as the “American Dream.” During the 2008 election campaign, reclaiming access to
it emerged as perhaps the most powerfull theme of both campaigns. Whether we see it as myth or reality, concrete or metaphorical, it is a force
to be reckoned with in understanding U.S. culture. In this seminar, we will use the intellectual tools of sociology to explore the impact of the
“American Dream” on both our private and public lives.
RELIGIOUS STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
REL 215 Introduction to World Religion
16079 Introduction to World Religion 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 110 Freund R
CROSSLISTINGS: JS 215 15739 HIS 215 18112
REL 228 American Jewish History
17960 American Jewish History 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 110 Patt A
CROSSLISTINGS: JS 228 17958 HIS 228 17959
REL 280 Introduction to Asian Philosophy
J 51323 Introduction to Asian Philosophy 3.00 M-R 10:30-02:00pm A 324 Tucker
1/4-1/19
REL 335 Asian Art
R 21384 Asian Art 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm E 220 Wang C
CROSSLISTINGS: ART 335 21371
(Visual resources fee)
REL 341 The Bible & Literature
R 21501 The Bible & Literature 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 424 Stull W
CROSSLISTINGS: ENG 341 19785 JS 341 21514
REL 352 Philosophy of Religion
PREREQUISITES: PHI 110
21540 Philosophy of Religion 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 422 Tucker T
CROSSLISTINGS: PHI 340 19616
Barney School of Business
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
INTERDEPARTMENTAL
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
BAR 211 Explore&Plan Career Options
PREREQUISITES: BAR 110 or AUC 130
19395 Explore&Plan Career Options 2.00 F 11:30-12:20pm D 201 Mahar T
19408 Explore&Plan Career Options 0.00 M 08:30-09:20am A 320 Staff
19421 Explore&Plan Career Options 0.00 T 08:30-09:20am A 321 Staff
19434 Explore&Plan Career Options 0.00 W 08:30-09:20am A 321 Staff
BAR 270 Cooperative Education
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210
16267 Cooperative Education 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bzullak M
16271 Cooperative Education 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Singamsetti R
16389 Cooperative Education 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Nodoushani P
BAR 310 Career Planning
16364 Career Planning 1.00 W 08:30-09:20am A 326 Staff
16365 Career Planning 1.00 R 04:05-04:55pm A 327 Staff
R 20838 Career Planning 1.00 M 05:00-05:50pm A 327 Staff
BAR 480 Internship
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210
18481 Internship 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bzullak M
BARNEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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BAR 511 Appl Financi Analy&Investment
PREREQUISITES: BAR 510 or BAR 510
R 18035 Appl Financi Analy&Investment 1.50 M 05:55-07:15pm D 201 Mulready S
IB 310 Intro.International Business
PREREQUISITES: EC 110, EC 211
17726 Intro.International Business 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Rogers A
(This course will meet with Businesses in Bermuda. Students will be responsible for airfare, housing, and other costs.
Contact A. Rogers arogers@hartford.edu for details.)
MBA 610 Quantitative Decision Making
R 15612 Quantitative Decision Making 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 425 Kolluri B
R 18034 Quantitative Decision Making 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 322 Yang K
R 19447 Quantitative Decision Making 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 322 Kolluri B
MBA 612 Accounting Concepts
R 15613 Accounting Concepts 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 424 Staff
MBA 612 Accounting Concepts
J 51219 Accounting Concepts 3.00 M-R 05:00-08:40pm A 421 Thompson
1/4-1/19
MBA 614 Economic Analysis for Managers
PREREQUISITES: MBA 610
R 15614 Economic Analysis for Managers 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 422 Staff
R 18036 Economic Analysis for Managers 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 326 Rassekh F
MBA 616 Corporation Finance
PREREQUISITES: MBA 612
R 15615 Corporation Finance 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 426 Wahab M
MBA 616 Corporation Finance
J 51009 Corporation Finance 3.00 M-R 05:00-08:40pm A 323 Wahab
1/4-1/19
MBA 618 Marketing Management
R 15616 Marketing Management 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 326 Hao W
R 18037 Marketing Management 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 324 Hao W
18038 Marketing Management-AMBA 3.00 S 01:00-05:00pm A 326 Albert T
18383 Marketing Management 3.00 M W 07:00-08:15am A 424 Canedy C
MBA 620 Operations Management
PREREQUISITES: MBA 610
R 15617 Operations Management 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 326 Sumukadas N
R 16154 Operations Management 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 321 McDonald B
R 17753 Operations Management-AMBA 3.00 S 05:00-09:00pm A 327 McDaniel J
MBA 710 Leadership and Management
PREREQUISITES: MBA 614, MBA 616, MBA 618
R 15618 Leadership and Management 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 320 Braithwaite R
R 15619 Leadership and Management 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 423 Kidder D
MBA 720 Managing Tech & Innovation
PREREQUISITES: MBA 614, MBA 616, MBA 618, MBA 620
R 15620 Managing Tech & Innovation 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 425 Hatch G, Staff
R 15621 Managing Tech & Innovation 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 323 Hatch G, Staff
(Lab fee)
MBA 730 Managing Customer Interfaces
PREREQUISITES: MBA 618, MBA 614, MBA 616, MBA 620
R 15622 Managing Customer Interfaces 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 422 LaPlaca P
16374 Managing Customer Interf.-AMBA 3.00 S 08:00-12:00pm A 327 LaPlaca P
MBA 740 Business, Law, and Society
PREREQUISITES: MBA 614, MBA 616, MBA 618, MBA 620
R 15623 Business, Law, and Society 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 423 Gantt K
R 16226 Business, Law, and Society 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 326 Greenberg R
MBA 740 Business Law and Society: The Global Environment
J 51059 Business Law and Society: The Global Environment
3.00 M-R 05:00-08:40pm A 321 Generas
1/4-1/19
MBA 750 Performance Analysis
PREREQUISITES: MBA 616, MBA 614, MBA 618, MBA 620
R 15861 Performance Analysis 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 424 Lamberton B
R 16329 Performance Analysis 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 424 Lamberton B
MBA 810 Strategic Management
PREREQUISITES: MBA 710, MBA 720, MBA 730, MBA 740, MBA 750
R 15624 Strategic Management 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 327 Congden S
R 15625 Strategic Management 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 327 Congden S
16716 Organiz. Strategy&Policy-AMBA 3.00 S 01:00-05:00pm A 327 Congden S
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MBA 985 Internship in Business
16291 Internship in Business 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bzullak M
ACCOUNTING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AC 210 Financial Accounting
R 16674 Financial Accounting 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 421 Staff
16715 Financial Accounting 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 425 Warren J
17003 Financial Accounting 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 424 Ruggiero S
AC 210 Financial Accounting
J 51109 Financial Accounting 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:30pm A 424 Bannister
1/4-1/19
AC 211 Managerial Accounting
PREREQUISITES: AC 210
15220 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M 11:30-01:20pm A 425 Thompson S
W 11:30-12:20pm A 425 Thompson S
16427 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M 09:30-11:20am A 425 Smith C
W 09:30-10:20am A 425 Smith C
16714 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 425 Thompson S
R 18039 Managerial Accounting 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 323 Staff
R 18040 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 425 Staff
AC 211 Managerial Accounting
J 51065 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M-R 05:00-8:40pm A 424 Staff
1/4-1/19
AC 320 Financial Reporting Theory I
PREREQUISITES: AC 210, AC 211 or MBA 612
R 16003 Financial Reporting Theory I 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 424 Ruggiero S
19460 Financial Reporting Theory I 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 424 Bannister J
AC 321 Financial Reporting Theory II
PREREQUISITES: AC 320
15472 Financial Reporting Theory II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 425 Machuga S
R 21124 Financial Reporting Theory II 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 420 Machuga S
AC 325 Accounting Information Systems
PREREQUISITES: AC 210, AC 211 or MBA 612, CS 110 or MBA 612
R 15689 Accounting Information Systems 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 425 Thompson S
R 22476 Accounting Information Systems 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 424 Thompson S
(Lab fee)
AC 332 Cost Management
PREREQUISITES: AC 210, AC 211 or MBA 612 or MBA 612
14801 Cost Accounting 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 425 Smith C
AC 410 Personal Financial & Tax Plan.
PREREQUISITES: FIN 310
17004 Personal Financial & Tax Plan. 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 425 Broden B
AC 423 Advanced Accounting Problems
PREREQUISITES: AC 321
R 17005 Advanced Accounting Problems 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 425 Hogan J
AC 425 Federal Income Tax Concepts
PREREQUISITES: AC 210, AC 211 or MBA 612
R 16004 Federal Income Tax Concepts 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 423 Ruggiero S
AC 430 Auditing Concepts and Problems
PREREQUISITES: AC 321
R 15004 Auditing Concepts and Problems 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 420 Warren J
AC 480 Internship in Accounting
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, AC 320
15792 Internship in Accounting 3.00 TO 6.00 T 04:05-04:55pm A 413A Nodoushani P
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
AC 714 Adv. Acct.Theory and Practice
PREREQUISITES: AC 321 or AC 621
R 17006 Adv. Acct.Theory and Practice 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 425 Hogan J
AC 715 Financial Reporting & Analysis
PREREQUISITES: MBA 612, MBA 616
R 16155 Financial Reporting & Analysis 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 425 Machuga S
AC 720 Advanced Auditing
R 17007 Advanced Auditing 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 420 Warren J
AC 725 Ethics for Acct. Professional
PREREQUISITES: AC 430
R 19473 Ethics for Acct. Professional 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 425 Generas G
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AC 748 Sem Manag Acctg Control Syst
PREREQUISITES: AC 332, AC 621
R 17008 Sem Manag Acctg Control Syst 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 420 Lamberton B
AC 749 Seminar in Financial Reporting
PREREQUISITES: AC 321 or AC 621
R 17009 Seminar in Financial Reporting 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 421 Bannister J
AC 760 Taxation Business Organization
PREREQUISITES: AC 425
R 21150 Taxation Business Organization 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 424 Bertolini M
AC 776 Advanced Corporate Taxation
PREREQUISITES: AC 760
R 15660 Advanced Corporate Taxation 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 421 Bertolini M
AC 781 Personal Tax Planning
PREREQUISITES: AC 425
R 15659 Personal Tax Planning 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 423 Broden B
AC 783 Research in Taxation
J 51110 Research in Taxation 3.00 Distance Learning Nodoushani
12/29-1/18
AC 789 Seminar in Taxation
R 21137 Seminar in Taxation 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 318 Broden B
AC 980 Ind.Study Accounting Taxation
17818 Ind.Study Accounting Taxation 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Machuga S
AC 985 Internship in Accounting
PREREQUISITES: AC 320
15649 Internship in Accounting 3.00 T 04:15-04:55pm A 413A Ruggiero S
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
BL 230 Legal Environment of Business
15862 Legal Environment of Business 3.00 W 12:30-01:20pm A 425 Gantt K
F 11:30-01:20pm A 425 Gantt K
15863 Legal Environment of Business 3.00 W 10:30-11:20am A 425 Gantt K
F 09:30-11:20am A 425 Gantt K
16215 Legal Environment of Business 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 420 Generas G
17012 Legal Environment of Business 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 423 Greenberg R
BL 230 The Legal Environment of Business
J 51028 The Legal Environment of Business 3.00 M-R 01:00-4:40pm A 421 Greenberg
1/4-1/19
BL 330 Law of Business Organizations
PREREQUISITES: BL 230
17011 Law of Business Organizations 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 420 Generas G
BL 664 Law of Real Estate Interest
R 19486 Law of Real Estate Interest 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 423 Bertolini M
ECONOMICS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
EC 101 Introduction to Economics
R 15318 Introduction to Economics 3.00 M W 05:00-06:10pm A 321 Staff
EC 110 Principles of Macroeconomics
14786 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 320 Kamal L
17013 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 320 Kamal L
17014 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 421 Giannaros D
17015 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 421 Giannaros D
R 17159 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M W 06:15-07:25pm A 321 Staff
R 18041 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 320 Staff
EC 110 Principles of Macroeconomics
J 51006 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M-R 05:00-8:40pm A 322 Staff
1/4-1/19
EC 211 Principles of Microeconomics
14793 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 W 10:30-11:20am A 421 Staff
F 10:30-12:20pm A 421 Staff
17016 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 W 12:30-01:20pm A 421 Staff
F 12:30-02:20pm A 421 Staff
R 17017 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 301 Cohen J
90144 Principles of Microeconomics 3.00 S 01:00-04:30pm A 422 Svalestad O
EC 211 Principles of Microeconomics
J 51016 Principles of Macroeconomics 3.00 M-R 05:00-8:40pm A 427 Rassekh
1/4-1/19
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EC 311 Interm.Macroeconomic Analysis
PREREQUISITES: EC 110, EC 211
R 15734 Interm.Macroeconomic Analysis 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 421 Kamal L
EC 312 Managerial Economics
15733 Managerial Economics 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 321 Cohen J
EC 362 Public Finance
PREREQUISITES: EC 110, EC 211
R 19499 Public Finance 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 322 Giannaros D
EC 464 Economics of the City
PREREQUISITES: EC 312
R 19512 Economics of the City 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 327 Cohen J
EC 480 Internship in Economics
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, EC 311 or EC 312
15989 Internship in Economics 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
EC 481 Independent Study in Economics
16558 Independent Study in Economics 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
EC 664 Urban & Regional Economics
PREREQUISITES: MBA 614
R 19525 Urban & Regional Economics 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 327 Cohen J
FINANCE AND INSURANCE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
FIN 310 Business Finance
PREREQUISITES: AC 210
15661 Business Finance 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 326 Cotei C
15662 Business Finance 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 326 Cotei C
R 16156 Business Finance 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 323 Staff
FIN 310 Business Finance
J 51008 Business Finance 3.00 M-R 05:00-8:40pm A 420 Lashgari
1/4-1/19
FIN 380 Financial Mathematics
PREREQUISITES: FIN 310
R 18123 Financial Mathematics 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 321 Staff
FIN 430 Investment Analysis
PREREQUISITES: FIN 310
18259 Investment Analysis 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 424 Lashgari M
FIN 432 Investment Management
PREREQUISITES: FIN 310
14958 Investment Management 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 424 Lashgari M
FIN 450 International Finance
PREREQUISITES: FIN 310
15864 International Finance 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 320 Wahab M
FIN 450 International Finance
J 51029 International Finance 3.00 M-R 12:00-03:40pm A 323 Wahab
1/4-1/19
FIN 480 Internship in Finance
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, FIN 310
15865 Internship in Finance 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
FIN 481 Independent Study in Finance
16580 Independent Study in Finance 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
FIN 484 Financing a Small Business
PREREQUISITES: FIN 310
R 16686 Financing a Small Business 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 320 Staff
FIN 620 Cases in Finance
J 51068 Cases in Finance 3.00 M 05:00-08:00pm A 427 Lashgari
12/21 SA 09:00-03:00pm A 427 Lashgari
1/2-1/16 SU 09:00-02:00pm A 427 Lashgari
1/3-1/17
FIN 630 Investment Analysis
PREREQUISITES: MBA 616
R 19538 Investment Analysis-AMBA 3.00 R 05:00-09:00pm A 320 Lashgari M
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FIN 650 International Finance
PREREQUISITES: MBA 616
R 18042 International Finance 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 320 Wahab M
FIN 668 Mergers and Acquisitions
PREREQUISITES: MBA 616
R 18096 Mergers and Acquisitions 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 320 Cotei C
INS 210 Principles of Insurance
16005 Principles of Insurance 3.00 W 12:30-01:20pm A 320 Costello A
F 11:30-01:20pm A 320 Costello A
R 19551 Principles of Insurance 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 322 Costello A
INS 320 Social Insurance
19564 Social Insurance 3.00 M 11:30-01:20pm A 320 Costello A
W 11:30-12:20pm A 320 Costello A
INS 322 Fundamentals of Life Insurance
15473 Fundamentals of Life Insurance 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 321 Lei Y
INS 434 Corporate Risk Management
15213 Corporate Risk Management 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 327 Lei Y
INS 480 Internship in Insurance
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, INS 210 or INS 322 or INS 324
15827 Internship in Insurance 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
INS 481 Independent Study in Insurance
16623 Independent Study in Insurance 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
INS 660 Risk and Insurance
R 19577 Risk and Insurance 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 323 Kuhnly B
INS 665 Risk Management
R 15167 Risk Management 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 324 Lei Y
QNT 130 Intro Quant.Methods Business
PREREQUISITES: M 110
15694 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 M 10:30-12:20pm A 321 Peta J
W 11:30-12:20pm A 321 Peta J
15735 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 320 Yang K
15736 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 320 Yang K
R 15912 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 324 Dello Iacono F
R 17161 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 321 Dello Iacono F
17724 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 M 12:30-02:20pm A 321 Peta J
W 01:30-02:20pm A 321 Peta J
(Lab fee)
QNT 130 Intro Quant.Methods Business
J 51044 Intro Quant.Methods Business 3.00 M-R 12:00-03:40pm A 325 DelloIacono
1/4-1/19
QNT 230 Business Statistics
PREREQUISITES: QNT 130
16120 Business Statistics 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 322 Singamsetti R
R 16624 Business Statistics 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 325 Staff
17020 Business Statistics 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 320 Singamsetti R
(Lab fee)
QNT 230 Business Statistics
J 51013 Business Statistics 3.00 M-R 05:00-08:40pm A 422 Staff
1/4-1/19
QNT 501 Introd. Quantitative Methods
R 16345 Introd. Quantitative Methods 1.50 T 07:30-09:50pm A 321 Peta J
(3/23/10 - 5/04/10) (Lab fee)
QNT 501 Introductory Quantative Methods
J 51232 Introductory Quantative Methods 1.50 T R 05:00-08:40pm A 425 Staff
1/5-1/19
QNT 720 Business Forecasting
R 19590 Business Forecasting 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 321 Singamsetti R
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ENT 314 Principles of Entrepreneurship
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310, MKT 310
17019 Principles of Entrepreneurship 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 325 Naoumova I
BARNEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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MANAGEMENT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MGT 310 Managing Organizational Behav.
R 14891 Managing Organizational Behav. 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 324 Naoumova I
14892 Managing Organizational Behav. 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 321 Ogilvie J
15156 Managing Organizational Behav. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 321 Ogilvie J
17226 Managing Organizational Behav. 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 324 Brassem J
90040 Managing Organizational Behav. 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 320 Toller R
MGT 310 Managing Organizational Behavior
J 51066 Managing Organizational Behavior 3.00 M-R 05:00-8:40pm A 325 Brassem
1/4-1/19
MGT 320 Operations Management
PREREQUISITES: QNT 230, MGT 310
15866 Operations Management 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 324 Sumukadas N
R 16108 Operations Management 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 320 Cioffi T
17021 Operations Management 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 326 Sumukadas N
MGT 360 Developing Management Skills
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310
16428 Developing Management Skills 3.00 M 09:30-11:20am A 326 Morgan S
W 09:30-10:20am A 326 Morgan S
R 16687 Developing Management Skills 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 322 Brassem J
MGT 410 Human Resource Management
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310
R 17022 Human Resource Management 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 321 Wyatt D
MGT 421 Leadership in the 21st Century
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310, MGT 360
R 16625 Leadership in the 21st Century 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 323 Cohen L
22489 Leadership in the 21st Century 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 421 Cohen L
MGT 422 Work Force Diversity
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310
R 15776 Work Force Diversity 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 327 Braithwaite R
MGT 425 Introduction to Negotiations
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310
15867 Introduction to Negotiations 3.00 W F 01:30-02:45pm A 320 Kidder D
MGT 430 Process & Project Management
PREREQUISITES: MGT 310 MGT 320, MGT 360
16429 Process & Project Management 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 322 Rogers A
MGT 440 Manag. Strat.&Organ.Policy I
PREREQUISITES: MIS 211, MKT 310, FIN 310, MGT 310, MGT 320
14995 Manag. Strat.&Organ.Policy I 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 326 Cohen L
R 14996 Manag. Strat.&Organ.Policy I 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 326 Naoumova I
R 16034 Manag. Strat.&Organ.Policy I 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 421 Staff
R 17227 Manag. Strat.&Organ.Policy I 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 322 Mulready S
MGT 480 Internship in Management
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, MGT 310
15465 Internship in Management 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
MGT 481 Independent Study - Management
18266 Independent Study - Management 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Naoumova I
18470 Independent Study - Management 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Ogilvie J
18502 Independent Study - Management 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Kidder D
MGT 482 Small-Business Practicum
16430 Small-Business Practicum 3.00 T 12:30-01:40pm A 318 Steinberg M
CROSSLISTINGS: MKT 482 16485
MGT 701 Managerial Skills
R 16366 Managerial Skills 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 322 Braithwaite R
MGT 720 Organization Development
PREREQUISITES: MBA 710
R 17023 Organization Development 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 422 Morgan S
MGT 725 Training in Organization
J 51070 Training in Organization 3.00 M-R 05:00-08:40pm A 426 Braithwaite
1/4-1/19
MGT 730 Human Resource Management
PREREQUISITES: MBA 710
R 17275 Human Resource Mgt 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 421 Kidder D
BARNEY SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
MGT 740 Conflict Management
J 51090 Conflict Management 3.00 F 05:00-09:00pm A 426 Rogers
1/8 SA/SU 08:00-05:00pm A 426 Rogers
1/9-1/17
MGT 745 Managing Organizational Crises
J 51117 Managing Organizational Crises 3.00 M-R 05:00-08:40pm A 324 Kovacic
1/4-1/19
MGT 750 Bargaining and Negotiations
PREREQUISITES: MBA 710
R 18500 Bargaining and Negotiations 3.00 R 05:00-09:00pm A 327 Ogilvie J
MGT 760 Supply Chain Management
PREREQUISITES: MBA 620
R 16670 Supply Chain Management 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 422 McDonald B
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MIS 211 Intro Mgt Info Systems
PREREQUISITES: CS 110
R 18043 Intro Mgt Info Systems 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 423 Staff
18044 Intro Mgt Info Systems 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 320 Kim E
R 18097 Intro Mgt Info Systems 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 323 Staff
R 18098 Intro Mgt Info Systems 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 426 Staff
(Lab fee)
MIS 441 Data Cmm,Networks,Connectivity
PREREQUISITES: MIS 350
18388 Data Cmm,Networks,Connectivity 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Kim E
(Lab fee)
MIS 442 Database Modeling & Management
PREREQUISITES: MIS 350
15737 Database Modeling & Management 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 427 Kim E
(Lab fee)
MIS 480 Internship in Mgmt.Info.System
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, CS 114, MIS 350
15990 Internship in Mgmt.Info.System 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
(Signature of assistant dean or instructor required before enrolling)
MARKETING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MKT 310 Introduction to Marketing
PREREQUISITES: EC 110, EC 211
15868 Introduction to Marketing 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am D 202 Canedy C
16298 Introduction to Marketing 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am A 425 Albert T
MKT 310 Introduction to Marketing
J 51045 Introduction to Marketing 3.00 M-R 05:00-8:40pm A 423 Canedy
1/4-1/19
MKT 325 Marketing Communications
PREREQUISITES: MKT 310
R 16431 Marketing Communications 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 326 Albert T
MKT 332 Merchandising
PREREQUISITES: MKT 310
R 14841 Merchandising 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 323 Donnellan J
MKT 340 Consumer Behavior
PREREQUISITES: MKT 310
15008 Consumer Behavior 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 327 Steinberg M
MKT 350 Multinational Marketing
PREREQUISITES: MKT 310
15777 Multinational Marketing 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 322 Hao W
MKT 420 Marketing Research I
PREREQUISITES: MKT 310, QNT 230
R 17026 Marketing Research I 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 322 Staff
(Lab fee)
MKT 454 Marketing Strategy
14809 Marketing Strategy 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 327 Katrichis J
17025 Marketing Strategy 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 327 Katrichis J
MKT 480 Internship in Marketing
PREREQUISITES: BAR 210, MKT 310
14975 Internship in Marketing 3.00 M 04:05-04:55pm A 318 Bzullak M
HILLYER COLLEGE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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MKT 482 Small-Business Practicum
16485 Small-Business Practicum 3.00 T 12:30-01:40pm A 318 Steinberg M
CROSSLISTINGS: MGT 482 16430
MKT 755 Market and Competitive Intel
PREREQUISITES: MBA 618
R 17027 Market and Competitive Intel 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 327 Wergeles F
MKT 882 Independent Study in Marketing
17276 Independent Study in Marketing 3.00 TBA TBA TBA LaPlaca P
Hillyer College
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
ENGLISH
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ENB 110 English Composition&Literature
17122 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 317 Johnson M
18412 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 317 Staff
21436 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm UT 106 Staff
ENB 110 English Composition and Literature
J 51047 English Composition and Literature 3.00 M T W R 09:00-12:00pm H 317 Daigle
12/30-1/19
ENB 111 English Composition&Literature
PREREQUISITES: ENB 110
14968 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 317 Dryden R
14969 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am UT 306 Fister M
15476 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm UT 306 Ashuntantang J
15477 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 317 Miller B
15478 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 309 Williams B
15479 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 419 Johnson L
16270 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am CC 115 Ashuntantang J
16310 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 317 Staff
R 16505 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm H 317 Miller B
16651 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 317 Daigle J
16652 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm CC 118 Williams B
17123 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 317 Johnson M
17124 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm CC 115 Staff
17125 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm UT 316 Staff
17126 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 317 Dryden R
17127 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 317 Daigle J
R 17129 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm UT 309 Staff
18051 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm UT 316 Fister M
18052 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm UT 304 Mayer H
(Students in section #18052 may elect to participate in a Spring Break trip to Greece that is linked
with course readings.)
18053 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm D 309 Staff
18054 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm UT 304 Staff
20409 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 102 Johnson L
20435 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am UT 316 Johnson L
20448 English Composition&Literature 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am UT 106 Staff
20461 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am H 317 Johnson M
20474 English Composition&Literature 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am UT 306 Staff
ENB 211 American Literature II
PREREQUISITES: ENB 110, ENB 111
16161 American Literature II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm CC 118 Major W
20396 American Literature II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 427 Major W
ENB 212 Creative Writing:Genre Studies
PREREQUISITES: ENB 110
15185 Creative Writing:Genre Studies 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm UT 306 Fister M
ENB 220 English Literature
J 51106 English Literature 3.00 M T W R 10:00-01:00pm H 257 Eggers
12/30-1/19
ENB 221 English Literature
PREREQUISITES: ENB 111
15699 English Literature 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm CC 115 Katz S
18055 English Literature 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am CC 115 Seabury M
HILLYER COLLEGE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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ENB 224 Advanced Composition
PREREQUISITES: ENB 111
17130 Advanced Composition 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm D 309 Staff
R 17131 Advanced Composition 3.00 T R 04:50-06:10pm H 317 Miller B
18300 Advanced Composition 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm CC 115 Staff
ENB 224 Advanced Composition
J 51284 Advanced Composition 3.00 TW 09:00-12:00pm H 246 Fister
12/30-1/19
ENB 230 Lit. Across Non-West. Cultures
PREREQUISITES: ENB 111
18056 Lit. Across Non-West. Cultures 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am UT 303 Ashuntantang J
ENB 260 Studies in Literature
22606 (Armchair Travelers) 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 207 Dryden R
In “Armchair Travelers: Fantasy, Adventure, Exploration, and Empire,” we will explore the significance of British imaginary travel and adventure
narratives written between the eighteenth and twentieth centuries. As British explores physically ventured to various parts of the world, British
writers followed them with their imaginations. These writers combined fact with fantasy, and they had a significant impact on how British readers
at home perceived the rest of the world. This semester we will be armchair travelers. Through our readings about pirates, princes, captains,
slaves, and merchants, we will work to understand how imaginary tales of adventure and exploration shape our lives and determine how we view
the rest of the world.
22619 (The Greeks and US) 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 130 Mayer H
Why do we still talk about an Oedipal complex, an Achilles’ heel, or the Trojan Horse? Why do the tales that the ancient Greeks told continue
to entertain and even shock us? Because these narratives from ancient Greece still play an important part in the imagination of the world of
the twenty-first century, it is important for us to see how they spoke both to the world of long ago and to the world of today. This course will
examine stories from ancient Greece and their modern counterparts. The course will touch on sources from Homer and Sophocles to Wolfgang
Petersen’s Troy and Zack Snyder’s 300. Students may elect to participate in a trip to Greece during Spring Break.
HUMANITIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ARB 110 Introduction to Fine Arts I
16453 Introduction to Fine Arts I 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 244 Stabilo T
16454 Introduction to Fine Arts I 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 111 Onuf A
(Visual resources fee)
ARB 110 Introduction to the Fine Arts
J 51258 Introduction to the Fine Arts 3.00 M-R 09:30-12:30 pm H 111 Staff
12/30-1/19
ARB 111 Introduction to Fine Arts II
20500 Introduction to Fine Arts II 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 111 Altvater F
(Visual resources fee)
ARB 112 Introduction to Fine Arts III
PREREQUISITES: ARB 110 or ARB 111 or HSB 122
17133 Introduction to Fine Arts III 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 111 Altvater F
22684 Introduction to Fine Arts III 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 111 Carlson A
(Visual resources fee)
CMB 110 Introduction to Communication
PREREQUISITES: SDB 110
15654 Introduction to Communication 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm UT 303 O’Mara J
16666 Introduction to Communication 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am CC 118 Staff
HONB 110 Humanities Honors Seminar
17132 Humanities Honors Seminar 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm D 419 Robinson M
HSB 115 Western Civilization I
R 17193 Western Civilization I 3.00 T R 04:50-05:35pm H 111 Staff
R 17194 Western Civilization I 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm H 111 Morrissey D
HSB 115 History of Western Civilization I
J 51121 History of Western Civilization I 3.00 M-R 09:30-12:30pm H 221 Koch
12/30-1/19
HSB 125 Western Civilization II
17195 Western Civilization II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 323 Williamson D
R 17196 Western Civilization II 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm D 419 Lord R
17197 Western Civilization II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 415 Koch R
18059 Western Civilization II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 424 Gutierrez E
18411 Western Civilization II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 426 Zander A
HSB 135 US History I: Origins to 1877
R 17198 US History I: Origins to 1877 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 205 Lord R
18058 US History I: Origins to 1877 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 217 Gutierrez E
HSB 145 US History II: 1865 to Present
17200 US History II: 1865 to Present 3.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm A 426 Churchill R
17201 US History II: 1865 to Present 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm H 419 Churchill R
17202 US History II: 1865 to Present 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 325 Staff
17203 US History II: 1865 to Present 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 423 Zackin L
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CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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HSB 155 Global History I
17204 Global History I 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 420 Zackin L
HSB 165 Global History II
17205 Global History II 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 419 Koch R
17206 Global History II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 423 Morrissey D
HSB 210 Modern Ireland
17207 Modern Ireland 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 322 Williamson D
HSB 215 Diplomats and Dreamers
22645 Diplomats and Dreamers 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 403 Firkatian M
HSB 225 Political Violence in Amer His
17208 Political Violence in Amer His 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 415 Churchill R
HSB 245 A History of Britain
17209 A History of Britain 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 322 Koch R
HUB 200 Prespective on Globalization
18125 Prespective on Globalization 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 205 Scribner F
MUB 110 Music Perspectives
15418 Music Perspectives 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 111 Andersen N
16059 Music Perspectives 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 111 Andersen N
(Lab fee)
MUB 200 World Music Survey
15693 World Music Survey 3.00 T R 09:20-11:50am H 240 Rauche A
(January 21 - March 11)
CROSSLISTINGS: HLM 200 16968
MUB 210 Global Pop Music
22658 Global Pop Music 3.00 T R 09:20-11:50am H 240 Rauche A
(March 23 - May 4)
PHB 110 Introduction to Philosophy
15319 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 306 Scribner F
15565 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 309 Scribner F
PHB 110 Introduction to Philosophy
J 51122 Introduction to Philosophy 3.00 M-R 01:30-04:30pm H 246 Scribner
12/30-1/19
PHB 120 Ethics: Contemp.Moral Problems
15033 Ethics: Contemp.Moral Problems 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 301 Seddon J
17191 Ethics: Contemp.Moral Problems 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 301 Seddon J
SDB 110 Effective Speech
15481 Effective Speech 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 130 Meinke E
15482 Effective Speech 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 130 Meinke E
15611 Effective Speech 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 130 Meinke E
SDB 120 Introduction to Theater
15480 Introduction to Theater 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 322 Rascher S
15787 Introduction to Theater 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 426 O’Mara J
22671 Introduction to Theater 3.00 M W 02:30-03:45pm CC 115 Sadlak A
SDB 190 St: Speech and Drama
18092 St: Speech and Drama 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA O’Mara J
SDB 230 Community Fld Exp:Write&Speech
PREREQUISITES: ENB 110, ENB 111, SDB 110
15483 Community Fld Exp:Write&Speech 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Meinke E
MATH & SCIENCE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ACB 210 Financial Accounting
PREREQUISITES: MAB 111
20526 Financial Accounting 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 325 Misenti N
ACB 211 Managerial Accounting
PREREQUISITES: ACB 210
17725 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 422 Fitzgerald S
R 20513 Managerial Accounting 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm CC 118 Fitzgerald S
BAB 110 Introduction to Business
16387 Introduction to Business 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am H 207 Goldenberg D
20539 Introduction to Business 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am A 421 Staff
R 22840 Introduction to Business 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm KON 109 Weaver P
HILLYER COLLEGE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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BYB 210 General Biology
14997 General Biology 4.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am CC 115 Wasko D
T 06:00-08:40pm BC 162 Wasko D
14998 General Biology 4.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am UT 316 Walton C
M 06:10-08:50pm BC 162 Walton C
17136 General Biology 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm CC 115 Bullard S
W 03:20-06:00pm BC 162 Bullard S
(Lab fee)
BYB 210 General Biology
J 51091 General Biology 4.00 M T W R F 09:00-12:00pm H 240 Cloutier
1/4-1/19
General Biology 0.00 M T W R F 01:00-03:00pm BC 162 Cloutier
1/4-1/19
BYB 211 General Biology
17192 General Biology 4.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm UT 106 Wasko D
F 03:20-06:00pm BC 162 Wasko D
18060 General Biology 4.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm UT 106 Wasko D
W 06:10-08:50pm BC 162 Wasko D
(Lab fee)
CSB 110 Computer Concepts
PREREQUISITES: MAB 110
R 15052 Computer Concepts 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm H 244 Perreira P
15419 Computer Concepts 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 244 Freeman E
15484 Computer Concepts 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 244 Freeman E
R 15789 Computer Concepts 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm H 244 Perreira P
(Lab fee)
CSB 110 Computer Concepts
RJ 51271 Computer Concepts 3.00 M T W R F 05:00-08:00pm H 257 Freeman
12/30-1/18
MAB 110 Mathematical Foundations I
15109 Mathematical Foundations I 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm UT 104 Moran K
M W 02:55-04:10pm H 244 Moran K
16567 Mathematical Foundations I 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm UT 306 Schaechter I
MAB 110 Mathematical Foundations I
J 51115 Mathematical Foundations I 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:00pm H 303 Staff
12/30-1/18
MAB 111 Mathematical Foundations II
PREREQUISITES: MAB 110
14794 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 421 D’Amore J
17138 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 130 Wagar C
17139 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 303 Rosen E
17140 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 312 Wagar C
17141 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm UT 104 Schreiber P
17142 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 244 Dello Iacono F
17143 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 309 Rosen E
R 17144 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 303 Rosen E
17777 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 130 Wagar C
18061 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm UT 309 Schaechter I
20565 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 420 Staff
20591 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm UT 309 Schreiber P
MAB 111 Mathematical Foundations II
J 51046 Mathematical Foundations II 3.00 M-F 09:00-12:00pm H 130 Staff
12/30-1/18
MAB 113 Introduction to Finite Math
PREREQUISITES: MAB 110
15218 Introduction to Finite Math 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 419 Moran K
20578 Introduction to Finite Math 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 324 Moran K
MAB 220 Trig and Intro to Calculus
PREREQUISITES: MAB 111
16667 Trig and Intro to Calculus 3.00 M W 03:30-04:45pm UT 308 Ritvo C
MAB 221 First-Level Calculus
PREREQUISITES: MAB 220
17701 First-Level Calculus 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 246 Ritvo C
MAB 280 Independent Sty in Mathematics
PREREQUISITES: MAB 111
16367 Independent Sty in Mathematics 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
HILLYER COLLEGE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 81 10/6/09 11:48:00 AM
82
QNB 130 Quantitative Apps for Business
PREREQUISITES: MAB 111
R 17145 Quantitative Apps for Business 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 309 Dello Iacono F
QNB 230 Business Statistics
PREREQUISITES: QNB 130
17146 Business Statistics 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 316 Dello Iacono F
20604 Business Statistics 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 325 Staff
SCB 110 Introduction to Human Nutrition
J 51297 Introduction to Human Nutrition 3.00 TBA Distance learning Cloutier
1/4-1/19
Two mandatory on-campus class meetings on 1/4 and 1/19 in H240 from 3:10 to 4:00pm
SCB 210 Environmental Science
17147 Environmental Science 4.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am D 421 Bullard S
R 06:00-08:40pm BC 162 Bullard S
17148 Environmental Science 4.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am D 421 Bullard S
M 03:20-06:00pm BC 162 Bullard S
(Lab fee)
SCB 280 Independent Study in Science
16594 Independent Study in Science 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
SOCIAL SCIENCES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ECB 110 Principles of Economics(Macro)
PREREQUISITES: MAB 111
15172 Principles of Economics(Macro) 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 421 Hughes G
15485 Principles of Economics(Macro) 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 403 Hughes G
ECB 111 Principles of Economics(Micro)
PREREQUISITES: ECB 110
17149 Principles of Economics(Micro) 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 322 Hughes G
20617 Principles of Economics(Micro) 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am UT 102 Staff
GVB 110 American National Government
14832 American National Government 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm A 422 Knapp A
15854 American National Government 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 323 Knapp A
20630 American National Government 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am UT 303 Staff
GVB 110 American National Government
J 51077 American National Government 3.00 M-F 09:30-12:30pm H 229 Knapp
1/4-1/19
GVB 120 Intro American Judicial System
17151 Intro American Judicial System 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am H 419 Goetz F
GVB 125 Introduction to World Politics
PREREQUISITES: GVB 110
17152 Introduction to World Politics 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am A 423 Staff
18138 Introduction to World Politics 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm H 217 Staff
21449 Introduction to World Politics 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm A 423 Ayyangar S
GVB 210 Urban Politics
PREREQUISITES: GVB 110 or GVB 115
16671 Urban Politics 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am A 426 Sekou B
17150 Urban Politics 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm A 426 Sekou B
PSB 110 General Psychology I
16654 General Psychology I 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 322 North-Ollendorf
R 18062 General Psychology I 3.00 T R 04:20-05:35pm D 439 Staff
R 20643 General Psychology I 3.00 M W 05:45-07:05pm UT 309 Bradley E
20656 General Psychology I 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am A 420 Staff
20669 General Psychology I 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 420 Staff
20682 General Psychology I 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am A 420 Staff
21462 General Psychology I 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm A 423 Needham J
PSB 111 General Psychology II
PREREQUISITES: PSB 110
R 15655 General Psychology II 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm H 403 Misovich S
16311 General Psychology II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm A 421 Shepela S
17153 General Psychology II 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm A 323 North-Ollendorf
20695 General Psychology II 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 420 Staff
20708 General Psychology II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 423 Shepela S
22632 General Psychology II 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm UT 104 Needham J
PSB 210 Personality
PREREQUISITES: PSB 110
16688 Personality 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm H 401 Alderette P
HILLYER COLLEGE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 82 10/6/09 11:48:01 AM
83
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
PSB 220 Social Psychology
PREREQUISITES: PSB 111
R 21475 Social Psychology 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm CC 117 Misovich S
SYB 110 Introductory Sociology
16656 Introductory Sociology 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 309 Tejada K
17154 Introductory Sociology 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 125 Tejada K
17155 Introductory Sociology 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm UT 306 Miceli M
20721 Introductory Sociology 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 306 Miceli M
20734 Introductory Sociology 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm A 423 Staff
20747 Introductory Sociology 3.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am UT 306 Staff
SYB 115 Studies in Social Problems
PREREQUISITES: SYB 110
R 16712 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm CC 118 Staff
16721 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am H 217 Griswold R
16722 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm CC 118 Griswold R
16723 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm D 421 Griswold R
R 18063 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 T R 06:10-07:05pm UT 303 Salerno D
R 18221 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 102 Salerno D
R 20773 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm A 325 Staff
20786 Studies in Social Problems 3.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am A 423 Staff
READING & ACADEMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ASB 110 Academic Strategies
16385 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 12:30-01:20pm H 140 Wolfe B
17167 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 10:30-11:20am A 325 Gannon K
ASB 110 Academic Strategies
J 51310 Academic Strategies 1.00 M-R 12:30-03:00pm H 140 Gannon
1/4-1/19
ASB 111 Academic Strategies
PREREQUISITES: ASB 110
16162 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 12:30-01:20pm H 207 LaRosa B
16163 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm H 207 LaRosa B
16164 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 08:30-09:20am H 140 Gannon K
16165 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 02:05-02:55pm H 140 Blett G
16166 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 01:30-02:20pm H 229 Moran L
16167 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 10:50-11:40am KON 109 Stone M
16168 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 09:30-10:20am H 140 LaRosa B
16169 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 02:05-02:55pm UT 104 Stone M
16170 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 09:25-10:15am KON 109 Stone M
16171 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 10:30-11:20am H 140 Horwitz M
16172 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 02:05-02:55pm H 415 Moran L
16173 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 09:25-10:15am H 140 Horwitz M
16174 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 01:30-02:20pm H 301 Horwitz M
16357 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 01:30-02:20pm H 140 Wolfe B
16689 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm H 140 Horwitz M
16690 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm A 421 Moran L
18139 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 09:30-10:20am A 323 Staff
18140 Academic Strategies 1.00 T R 10:50-11:40am H 140 Blett G
18141 Academic Strategies 1.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm UT 102 Gannon K
College of Education,
Nursing and Health Professions
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CT 243 Computers in the Classroom
16642 Computers in the Classroom 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 242 Ioannou A
R 17031 Computers in the Classroom 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 242 Clarke D
(Lab fee)
EDAH 631 Hearing Instruments
PREREQUISITES: EDAH 630
17039 Hearing Instruments 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Raney J, Carroll E
EDAH 641 Teaching Speech II
PREREQUISITES: EDAH 640
17040 Teaching Speech II 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Paterson M
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 83 10/6/09 11:48:01 AM
84
EDAH 653 Spoken-Language Intervent.II
PREREQUISITES: EDAH 652
17041 Spoken-Language Intervent.II 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Paterson M
EDAH 660 Liter.Dev.Hear-Impaired Child
PREREQUISITES: EDAH 651
17042 Liter.Dev.Hear-Impaired Child 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Emmens S
EDAH 670 Educ. Method. Mainstreaming
PREREQUISITES: EDAH 630, EDA 631, EDAH 640, EDA 651, EDAH 652
17043 Educ. Method. Mainstreaming 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Hulme J
EDAH 681 Student Teaching & Seminar
17044 Student Teaching & Seminar 6.00 W 03:30-04:30pm TBA TBA Paterson M,
Carroll N
EDC 565 Theories&Appl.Grp.Interactions
PREREQUISITES: EDC 567
15547 Theories&Appl.Grp.Interactions 3.00 M 03:00-05:00pm H 217 Pengel J
EDC 666 Counseling Internship
R 15320 Counseling Internship 3.00 TO 6.00 M 05:00-07:00pm H 217 Pengel J
EDE 334 Effective Teaching
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120, EDF 220, EDF 221, EDF 222, EDH 120, EDP 220, EDR 344
16012 Effective Teaching 3.00 W 01:30-03:50pm SRR SRR Abodeeb-Gentile
16425 Effective Teaching 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 229 Abodeeb-Gentile
EDE 338 The Teacher as Learner
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120, EDH 120, EDP 220, EDF 220, EDF 221, EDF 222
R 16013 The Teacher as Learner 2.00 W 04:20-05:35pm H 207 Harris A
R 22411 The Teacher as Learner 2.00 W 04:20-05:35pm H 415 Coppola A
(Lab fee)
EDE 339 Mathematics Instruction&Method
PREREQUISITES: EDE 334, EDE 338
16299 Mathematics Instruction&Method 3.00 M 01:30-03:50pm SRR SRR Tapper J
R 19161 Mathematics Instruction&Method 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm SRR SRR Tapper J
EDE 341 Integ Meth:Sci, Soc Sci & Arts
PREREQUISITES: CT 243, EDE 334, EDE 338
17032 Integ Meth:Sci, Soc Sci & Arts 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 217 Tapper J
EDE 439 Professional Internship: Elem
14977 Professional Internship: Elem 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Abodeeb-Gentile
EDE 441 Teacher-Reflective Practitione
PREREQUISITES: EDE 334, EDE 338
R 18267 Teacher-Reflective Practitione 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm H 207 Lazaroff E
(Lab fee)
EDE 443 Teacher as Instructional Leadr
PREREQUISITES: EDE 334, EDE 335, EDE 336, EDE 337, EDE 338, EDE 339, EDE 441, EDE 444
R 16144 Teacher as Instructional Leadr 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 312 Lazaroff E
(Lab fee)
EDE 444 Student Teaching-Elementary
PREREQUISITES: EDE 443, EDE 334, EDE 335, EDE 336, EDE 337, EDE 338, EDE 339, EDE 441
16145 Student Teaching-Elementary 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Lazaroff E
(Lab fee)
EDE 662 Planning/Assessing: Elementary
PREREQUISITES: EDE 660
R 16348 Planning/Assessing: Elementary 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 240 Pedro J
EDE 667 Student Teaching&Seminar:Elem
PREREQUISITES: EDE 665
18375 Student Teaching&Seminar:Elem 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Lazaroff E
EDF 120 Intro Ed: Schooling & Hum Serv
R 15120 Intro Ed: Schooling & Hum Serv 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 207 Blett G
EDF 220 Diversity in the Classroom
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120, EDP 220
16014 Diversity in the Classroom 1.00 M W 11:30-12:15pm H 221 Shafran S
(1/20/10 - 02/17/10)
16015 Diversity in the Classroom 1.00 M W 11:30-12:15pm H 221 Shafran S
(2/22/10 - 3/29/10)
EDF 222 Introd.to Gifted Education
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120, EDP 220
15857 Introd.to Gifted Education 1.00 M W 10:00-11:15am H 207 Shafran S
(1/20/10 - 2/17/10)
15858 Introd.to Gifted Education 1.00 M W 10:00-11:15am H 207 Shafran S
(2/22/10 - 3/29/10)
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 84 10/6/09 11:48:01 AM
85
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
EDG 310 Residential Ed.&College Studnt
17705 Residential Ed.&College Studnt 2.00 W 02:30-05:00pm UT 320 Genoa M
R 17706 Residential Ed.&College Studnt 2.00 T 05:00-07:20pm D 201 Genoa M
EDG 333 People in Systems
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120
16643 People in Systems 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 221 Lagace H
90092 People in Systems 3.00 S 09:00-12:30pm A 422 Cromwell L
EDG 410 Senior Sem.Hum.Service
R 14964 Senior Sem.Hum.Service 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 207 Cromwell L
EDG 431 Beg.Human Service Internship
14822 Beg.Human Service Internship 3.00 M 02:55-04:10pm H 257 Reis-Renvyle S
(Requires completion and approval of an application and a signature from the Human Services Intership
Coordinator.)
EDG 432 Adv.Human Service Internship
17925 Adv.Human Service Internship 6.00 M 02:55-04:10pm H 257 Reis-Renvyle S
EDG 434 Human Sevices Pol & Practice
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120, EDG 150, EDG 333, EDG 431 or EDG 432
17072 Human Sevices Pol & Practice 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 403 Lagace H
EDH 120 Psychology of Exceptionalities
14816 Psychology of Exceptionalities 3.00 M W 12:30-01:45pm H 217 Hopkins M
R 16119 Psychology of Exceptionalities 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 221 Staff
EDH 232 Mental Retardation:Concept&Thr
PREREQUISITES: EDH 120
14810 Mental Retardation:Concept&Thr 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 207 Sood S
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 232 14884
17033 Mental Retardation:Concept&Thr 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm H 221 Sood S
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 232 16710
EDH 244 Introduction Sign Language I
16146 Introduction Sign Language I 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am H 229 LeBlond J
17034 Introduction Sign Language I 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am H 229 LeBlond J
EDH 244 Sign Language I
J 51245 Sign Language I 3.00 T W R 01:00-05:00pm H 229 LeBlond J
12/30-1/19*
*No class on 12/31/09.
EDH 332 Learn Disabilities:Concepts&Th
PREREQUISITES: EDH 120
14814 Learn Disabilities:Concepts&Th 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am H 217 Hopkins M
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 332 14893
R 16644 Learn Disabilities:Concepts&Th 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 207 Hopkins M
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 332 16711
EDH 420 Teacher Leader: Elem/Spec. Ed
PREREQUISITES: EDE 334
R 16147 Teacher Leader: Elem/Spec. Ed 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 221 Staff
R 17035 Teacher Leader: Elem/Spec. Ed 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm H 221 Staff
EDH 421 Student Tching Elem/Spec. Ed
PREREQUISITES: EDE 334
16148 Student Tching Elem/Spec. Ed 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Lazaroff E
(Lab fee)
EDH 430 Special Ed:Screening&Diagnosis
PREREQUISITES: EDR 344, EDH 332, EDH 232, EDH 333
R 18145 Special Ed:Screening&Diagnosis 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 217 Sood S
EDH 439 Professional Internship:Sp.Ed.
16300 Professional Internship:Sp.Ed. 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sood S
EDH 510 Theo.Fnd.:Child&Adult Sp Needs
R 15124 Theor.Found.Child&Adult SpNeed 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 221 Nelson G
EDP 132 Human Development
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120
R 15288 Human Development 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm H 207 Shafran S
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 132 15287
15325 Human Development 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 207 Cromwell L
CROSSLISTINGS: PSY 132 15425
EDP 132 Human Development
J 51074 Human Development 3.00 T W R 05:30-09:30pm H 229 Kindall
12/30-1/19*
*No class on 12/31/09.
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 85 10/6/09 11:48:01 AM
86
EDP 220 Understand Yourself & Others
PREREQUISITES: PSY 101, PSY 102
15790 Understand Yourself & Others 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 217 Oliver P
15791 Understand Yourself & Others 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 207 Oliver P
EDP 230 Educational Psychology
15326 Educational Psychology 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 221 Oliver P
EDP 540 Applied Develop.&Learn Theory
R 15152 Applied Develop.&Learn Theory 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 221 Oliver P
EDR 335 Lang & Lit Dev for all Lrnrs
18462 Lang & Lit Dev for all Lrnrs 2.00 R 10:50-12:05pm F 400B Hansen D
EDR 344 Language,Literacy,&Linguistic
14979 Language,Literacy,&Linguistic 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am SRR SRR Courtney A
EDR 345 Reading&Language Arts Introd.
PREREQUISITES: EDR 344
15122 Reading&Language Arts Introd 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm SRR SRR Courtney A
16476 Reading&Language Arts Introd. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm H 229 Courtney A
EDR 444 Found of Literacy Learning
PREREQUISITES: EDR 344
19174 Found of Literacy Learning 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm SRR SRR Abodeeb-Gentile
EDR 444 Foundations of Literacy Learning
J 51414 Foundations of Literacy Learning 3.00 T W R 12:00-04:00pm SRR SRR Abodeeb-Gentile
12/30-1/19
EDR 544 Found.&Strat.Literacy Lrng
PREREQUISITES: EDR 550
R 21007 Found.&Strat.Literacy Lrng 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm SRR SRR Abodeeb-Gentile
EDR 551 Rdg and Lang Arts Instruction
PREREQUISITES: EDE 550
R 17926 Rdg and Lang Arts Instruction 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm SRR SRR Staff
EDR 558 Reading&Lang.Arts/Child Lit
R 16234 Reading&Lang.Arts/Child Lit 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm SRR SRR Kloczko C
EDS 333 Effect.Tch.II:Sec Assess&Meth
16038 Effect.Tch.II:Sec Assess&Meth 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm H 221 Staff
EDS 443 Teacher as Instr.Leader:Second
R 17037 Teacher as Instr.Leader:Second 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 229 Staff
EDS 444 Student Teaching: Secondary
17038 Student Teaching: Secondary 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Lazaroff E
(Lab fee)
EDT 610 Computer as Instructional Tool
R 15666 Computer as Instructional Tool 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm H 242 Lindquist T
(Lab fee)
EDT 615 Ed Tech:Create Envirn.Learning
PREREQUISITES: EDT 610
R 17927 Ed Tech:Create Envirn.Learning 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 242 King F
(Lab fee)
EDT 620 Internet Across the Curric
R 22424 Internet Across the Curric 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 242 Staff
(Lab fee)
EDT 666 Instructional Design
PREREQUISITES: EDT 610, EDT 665
R 16344 Instructional Design 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 242 Staff
(Lab fee)
EDT 696 Ed.Computing:Current Topics
PREREQUISITES: EDT 610
R 17928 (Web 2.0) 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 242 King F
(Lab fee)
EDY 332 Effct.Teach I:Early Chld.Class
PREREQUISITES: EDF 120, EDH 120
14787 Effect.Teach I:Early Chld Cl. 3.00 M W 08:30-09:45am SRR SRR Miller R
EDY 336 Stud.Tch:Nursery-Kindergarten
15489 Stud.Tch:Nursery-Kindergarten 3.00 R 02:05-03:20pm H 257 Bray P
(Lab fee)
EDY 345 EC B-K Integrated Curriculum
PREREQUISITES: EDY 332, EDY 333
R 15488 EC B-K Integrated Curriculum 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 256 Sprague J
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 86 10/6/09 11:48:02 AM
87
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
EDY 433 Student Teaching:Grades 1-3
15490 Student Teaching:Grades 1-3 3.00 OR 6.00 R 03:30-04:45pm H 257 Bray P
(Lab fee)
EDY 434 Student Tching:Infant/Toddler
15491 Student Tching:Infant/Toddler 3.00 OR 6.00 R 03:30-04:45pm H 257 Bray P
(Lab fee)
EDY 435 Pro/Curr Normal&Sp.Need Infant
PREREQUISITES: EDY 432
R 15574 Pro/Curr Normal&Sp.Need Infant 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm H 221 Johnson L
EDY 439 Professional Internship: ECE
16301 Professional Internship: ECE 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bray P
EDY 552 Student Tching:Infant/Toddler
15492 Student Tching:Infant/Toddler 3.00 R 03:30-04:45pm H 257 Bray P
18287 Student Tching:Infant/Toddler 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bray P
(Lab fee)
EDY 553 Student Teaching:Grades 1,2,3
15493 Student Teaching:Grades 1,2,3 3.00 R 03:30-04:45pm H 257 Bray P
18288 Student Teaching:Grades 1,2,3 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bray P
(Lab fee)
EDY 554 Student Teaching:Nursery-Kind.
15494 Student Teaching:Nursery-Kind. 3.00 R 02:05-03:20pm H 257 Bray P
(Lab fee)
EDY 647 Working with Families
R 19200 Working with Families 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 246 Bray P
HE 112 Modern Health Concepts
R 16039 Modern Health Concepts 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 229 Nowak L
R 16302 Modern Health Concepts 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm H 229 Nowak L
HE 112 Modern Health Concepts
J 51073 Modern Health Concepts 3.00 M T R 04:00-8:30pm H 221 Nowak L
1/4-1/19
M 118 Introduction to Modern Math
15121 Introduction to Modern Math 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm H 229 Keegan A
PE 120 Basics of Human Fitness
R 16149 Basics of Human Fitness 1.00 W 04:45-06:55pm UHMS UHMS Duchon J
(1/20/10 - 2/17/10)
R 16150 Basics of Human Fitness 1.00 W 07:00-09:10pm UHMS UHMS Duchon J
(3/24/10 - 4/21/10)
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
EDD 823 Educ.Organ.Improvement&Change
PREREQUISITES: EDD 822
R 16947 Educ.Organ.Improvement&Change 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 427 D’Annolfo S
EDD 825 Seminar Instructional Develop
PREREQUISITES: EDD 824
R 18745 Seminar Instructional Develop 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm A 427 D’Annolfo S
EDD 835 Higher Education Law
PREREQUISITES: EDD 827, EDD 840
R 20968 Higher Education Law 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 427 Harris M
EDD 844 Quantitative Research Methods
PREREQUISITES: EDD 840
R 16143 Quantitative Research Methods 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm A 427 Fellows S
EDD 850 Doctoral Internship-Phase I
R 18732 Doctoral Internship-Phase I 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 426 Faryniarz J
(Lab fee)
EDD 851 Doctoral Internship-Phase II
PREREQUISITES: EDD 850
R 15778 Doctoral Internship-Phase II 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm A 426 D’Annolfo S
(Lab fee)
EDD 860 Dissertation Proposal Seminar
PREREQUISITES: EDD 840
R 15559 Dissertation Proposal Seminar 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 426 Faryniarz J
R 16641 Dissertation Proposal Seminar 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm A 427 LaRocco D
EDD 861 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase I
PREREQUISITES: EDD 860
15322 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase I 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Case K
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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15663 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase I 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Weinholtz D
16422 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase I 3.00 TBA TBA TBA LaRocco D
EDD 862 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase II
PREREQUISITES: EDD 861
15572 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Case K
15664 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Weinholtz D
16423 Doctoral Dissertation-Phase II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA LaRocco D
EDD 863 Doctoral Dissertation-PhaseIII
PREREQUISITES: EDD 862
15323 Doctoral Dissertation-PhaseIII 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15324 Doctoral Dissertation-PhaseIII 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Case K
15665 Doctoral Dissertation-PhaseIII 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Weinholtz D
16424 Doctoral Dissertation-PhaseIII 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA LaRocco D
20994 Doctoral Dissertation-PhaseIII 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Faryniarz J
NURSING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
NUR 334 Seminar in Nursing Research
PREREQUISITES: NUR 333, M 114
R 18667 Seminar in Nursing Research 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 240 Buonocore A
NUR 432 Proactive Nursing
PREREQUISITES: NUR 333
R 18680 Proactive Nursing 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm H 229 Buonocore A
NUR 443 Nursing Synthesis Seminar
PREREQUISITES: NUR 433, NUR 432
R 15189 Nursing Synthesis Seminar 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm H 229 Kranz Lewis K
R 17947 Nursing Synthesis Seminar 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm H 229 Kranz Lewis K
NUR 444 Community Service Learning II
PREREQUISITES: NUR 434, NUR 443
17030 Community Service Learning II 3.00 W 01:30-02:20pm TBA TBA Buonocore A
17752 Community Service Learning II 3.00 W 03:00-07:00pm TBA TBA Breda K
18067 Community Service Learning II 3.00 W 03:00-07:00pm TBA TBA Towle A
NUR 480 Independent Study in Nursing
15840 Independent Study in Nursing 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
NUR 609 Perspective Transformation I
R 16330 Perspective Transformation I 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm A 422 Staff
R 18693 Perspective Transformation I 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm A 325 Staff
NUR 610 Theoretical Perspectives Nur
PREREQUISITES: NUR 609
R 16010 Theoretical Perspectives NUR 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 426 Breda K
R 16011 Theoretical Perspectives NUR 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 324 Breda K
NUR 615 Th of Lrning&Teach Health Prof
R 15775 Th of Lrning&Teach Health Prof 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm D 425 Diehl S
R 18142 Th of Lrning&Teach Health Prof 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm D 425 Diehl S
NUR 619 Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing
PREREQUISITES: NUR 609, NUR 621, NUR 610
R 16040 Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm H 301 Buonocore A
R 16664 Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm A 421 Buonocore A
R 20903 Scholarly Inquiry in Nursing 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm H 301 Breda K
NUR 621 Advanced Nursing Practice
PREREQUISITES: NUR 609
R 16342 Advanced Nursing Practice 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm H 256 Barile L
R 17949 Advanced Nursing Practice 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm H 256 Barile L
NUR 630 Practicum&Seminar in Nur.Admin
PREREQUISITES: NUR 600, NUR 625
R 15474 Practicum&Seminar in Nur.Admin 3.00 OR 4.00 R 05:00-07:20pm D 309 Barile L
NUR 631 Practicum&Seminar Nursing Ed.
PREREQUISITES: NUR 627, NUR 615
R 15038 Practicum&Seminar Nursing Ed. 3.00 OR 4.00 R 05:00-07:20pm UT 320 Williams M
R 16504 Practicum&Seminar Nursing Ed. 3.00 OR 4.00 R 07:30-09:50pm UT 320 Williams M
NUR 632N Advanced Role Observation
17711 Advanced Role Observ-london 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Williams M
17817 Advanced Role Observ-Canada 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Kranz Lewis K
18068 Advanced Role Observ- 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Williams M
NUR 633 Prespective Transformation II
PREREQUISITES: NUR 609, NUR 630, NUR 631
R 16153 Prespective Transformation II 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm CC 115 Diehl S
R 16635 Prespective Transformation II 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm H 130 Breda K
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
R 18069 Prespective Transformation II 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm CC 115 Diehl S
R 18220 Prespective Transformation II 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm H 217 Kranz Lewis K
(This section is only open to Community Public Health students.)
NUR 634 Research Proposal Preparation
PREREQUISITES: NUR 619
16151 Research Proposal Preparation 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Williams M
NUR 635 Graduate Research
PREREQUISITES: NUR 619
16152 Graduate Research 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Williams M
NUR 654 Mgt HR: Cncpts/ Prin Hlth Care
R 18428 Mgt HR: Cncpts/ Prin Hlth Care 3.00 M 05:00-07:20pm A 318 Pietrantuono M
NUR 661 Practicum in Com/Public Health
PREREQUISITES: NUR 629, NUR 650, NUR 660
R 16421 Practicum in Com/Public Health 3.00 OR 4.00 R 05:00-07:20pm E 109 Kranz Lewis K
NUR 680 Independent Study in Nursing
15463 Independent Study in Nursing 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Diehl S
17728 Independent Study in Nursing 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Diehl S
NUR 692 ST: Healthcare Informatics
PREREQUISITES: NUR 609, NUR 610
18706 ST: Healthcare Informatics 3.00 TBA DIST LRNG Pietrantuono M
PHYSICAL THERAPY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
DPT 600 Scientific Inquiry I
PREREQUISITES: PSY 372
16853 Scientific Inquiry I 3.00 T 09:45-11:15am D 411 Ball K
T 02:00-04:00pm D 411 Ball K
DPT 602 Scientific Inquiry III
PREREQUISITES: DPT 600, DPT 601
17981 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Blanchard Y
17982 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gannotti M
17983 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Ball K
17984 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Leard J
17985 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Crane B
17986 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Veneri D
17987 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Higgins P
17988 Scientific Inquiry III 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Certo C
(Lab fee)
DPT 603 Diag/Interv:Neuro Dys Funct
PREREQUISITES: DPT 615, BIO 744
17989 Diag/Interv:Neuro Dys Funct 3.00 R 02:05-04:00pm D 411 Gannotti M,
Veneri D
DPT 604 Diag/Interv:Neuro Dys Func.Lab
PREREQUISITES: DPT 615, BIO 744
17990 Diag/Interv:Neuro Dys Func.Lab 1.00 M 12:30-03:30pm D 416 Gannotti M,
Veneri D
T 08:30-11:30am D 416 Gannotti M,
Veneri D
17991 Diag/Interv:Neuro Dys Func.Lab 1.00 M 09:00-12:00pm D 416 Veneri D,
Gannotti M
T 02:00-05:00pm D 416 Veneri D,
Gannotti M
(Lab fee)
DPT 605 Diag/Interv Pediatric Populati
PREREQUISITES: DPT 615
17992 Diag/Interv Pediatric Populati 2.00 W 09:30-11:30am D 411 Blanchard Y
DPT 606 Diag/Interv Pediatric Popl-Lab
PREREQUISITES: DPT 615
17993 Diag/Interv Pediatric Popl-Lab 1.00 M 09:00-12:00pm D 415 Blanchard Y,
Snowdon D
17994 Diag/Interv Pediatric Popl-Lab 1.00 M 12:30-03:30pm D 415 Blanchard Y,
Snowdon D
(Lab fee)
DPT 608 Diag/Interv in Muscul Dys I
16850 Diag/Interv in Muscul Dys I 3.00 M W 08:00-09:15am D 411 Leard J
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
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DPT 609 Diag/Interv Muscul Dys I Lab
16851 Diag/Interv Muscul Dys I Lab 2.00 W 09:30-12:30pm D 415 Wetherbee-McDev
Leard J, Roller D,
Hazelton I
R 02:00-05:00pm D 416 Wetherbee-McDev
Leard J, Roller D,
Hazelton I
16852 Diag/Interv Muscul Dys I Lab 2.00 W 01:00-04:00pm D 415 Leard J, Roller D,
DiCicco S,
Wetherbee-McDev
R 09:00-12:00pm D 416 Leard J, Roller D,
DiCicco S,
Wetherbee-McDev
(Lab fee)
DPT 613 Diag/Interv in Cardio Dysfun
PREREQUISITES: HS 516
16854 Diag/Interv in Cardio Dysfun 2.00 M 10:30-12:15pm D 411 Certo C
DPT 614 Diag/Interc Cardio Dysfun Lab
PREREQUISITES: HS 516
16855 Diag/Interc Cardio Dysfun Lab 1.00 R 09:00-12:00pm D 415 Favolise M, Certo C
16856 Diag/Interc Cardio Dysfun Lab 1.00 R 02:00-05:00pm D 415 Favolise M, Scutt W
(Lab fee)
DPT 615 Neuroscience
16857 Neuroscience 2.00 M 09:30-10:20am D 411 Crane B
T 11:20-12:10pm D 411 Crane B
DPT 616 Neuroscience Lab
R 17978 Neuroscience Lab 1.00 T 04:30-07:30pm D 416 Snowdon D,
Crane B
R 17979 Neuroscience Lab 1.00 W 04:30-07:30pm D 416 Snowdon D,
Kunsman M
(Lab fee)
DPT 617 PT Exam and Interv II
PREREQUISITES: DPT 511, DPT 512
16858 PT Exam and Interv II 2.00 M 01:30-03:15pm D 411 Gangaway J
DPT 618 PT Exam and Interv II Lab
PREREQUISITES: DPT 511, DPT 512
16859 PT Exam and Interv II Lab 1.00 W 01:00-04:00pm D 416 Kunsman M,
Barrows C
16860 PT Exam and Interv II Lab 1.00 W 09:30-12:30pm D 416 Kunsman M,
Barrows C
(Lab fee)
DPT 623 Diagnostic Imaging
R 18163 Diagnostic Imaging 3.00 M W 04:20-05:30pm D 419 Waluk M
DPT 625 Integrated Experience I
PREREQUISITES: DPT 530
17980 Integrated Experience I 1.00 F 08:00-05:00pm TBA TBA Favolise M
DPT 635 Integrated Experience II
PREREQUISITES: DPT 625
18164 Integrated Experience II 1.00 F 08:00-05:00pm TBA TBA Veneri D
DPT 705 Educational Strag. for PT
18169 Educational Strag. for PT 2.00 W 12:00-02:30pm D 411 Wetherbee-McDev
EDX 504 Musculoskeletal Dysfunction
18167 Musculoskeletal Dysfunction 3.00 T 08:00-11:30am D 417 Higgins P
EDX 505 Health Care Management
18168 Health Care Management 3.00 T R 03:45-05:15pm D 417 Smey J
EDX 506 Research Methods Allied Health
22086 Research Methods Allied Health 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
PRPT 100 Pre-Physical Therapy Semin. I
17214 Pre-Physical Therapy Semin. I 0.50 F 01:30-02:20pm D 425 Gannotti M
PRPT 200 Pre-Physical Therapy Sem. II
22229 Pre-Physical Therapy Sem. II 0.50 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 417 Parente M
PRPT 201 Pre-Physical Therapy Sem. III
18228 Pre-Physical Therapy Sem. III 0.50 F 08:30-09:20am D 411 Leard J
PRPT 301 Pre-Physical Therapy Sem V
20890 Pre-Physical Therapy Sem V 0.50 F 12:30-01:20pm D 411 Crane B
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CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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PRPT 516 Exercise Physiology
PREREQUISITES: BIO 212, BIO 213
18165 Exercise Physiology 3.00 R 08:00-09:45am D 411 Coughlan K
18166 Exercise Physiology 0.00 T 08:00-10:30am D 415 Coughlan K,
Favolise M
18171 Exercise Physiology 0.00 T 10:30-01:00pm D 415 Coughlan K,
Favolise M
(Lab fee)
PRPT 520 Functional Anatomy
PREREQUISITES: BIO 212, BIO 213
18170 Functional Anatomy 3.00 M W 08:30-09:20am D 423 Higgins P
HEALTH SERVICES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
HS 111 Health Care Concepts
PREREQUISITES: ENHP 140
15266 Health Care Concepts 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 430 Oakes C
16420 Health Care Concepts 3.00 M W 08:30-09:45am D 430 Ball Griffiths
HS 141 Intro to Health Professions II
PREREQUISITES: HS 140
20929 Intro to Health Professions II 2.00 M W 01:30-02:20pm D 215 Ball Griffiths
20942 Intro to Health Professions II 2.00 T R 08:00-09:15am D 430 Kennedy P
20955 Intro to Health Professions II 2.00 M W 02:30-03:20pm D 215 Staff
HS 335 Physiological Chemistry
PREREQUISITES: BIO 112, BIO 113
20916 Physiological Chemistry 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 215 Dix D
HS 390 ST: Intro to Geriatric Care
22281 ST: Intro to Geriatric Care 3.00 M W 10:00-11:20am D 430 Oakes C
HS 470 Pharmacology
PREREQUISITES: CH 114 or CH 110, CH 111
R 16477 Pharmacology 3.00 W 07:00-09:30pm D 215 Destefano G
HS 480 Indep. Study in Health Science
15536 Indep. Study in Health Science 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Kennedy P
16373 Indep. Study in Health Science 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Ciarcia M
17713 Indep. Study in Health Science 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Richard L
17845 Indep. Study in Health Science 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Dix D
HS 492 ST: The Human Genome
PREREQUISITES: CH 136 or CH 230, BIO 212, BIO 213
18654 ST: The Human Genome 1.00 TO 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 430 Dix D
HS 508 Educ. Strateg. for Health Pro
PREREQUISITES: BIO 212, BIO 213
R 17946 Educ. Strateg. for Health Pro 1.00 TO 3.00 T R 04:20-05:35pm D 430 Ball Griffiths
HS 509 Health Care Administration
PREREQUISITES: BIO 112, BIO 113, HS 510
R 16999 Health Care Administration 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm D 215 Albino S
R 17717 Health Care Administration 1.00 R 05:00-07:20pm D 215 Albino S
HS 511 Basics of Health Care Research
18641 Basics of Health Care Research 2.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm D 215 Oakes C
CLINICAL LABORATORY SCIENCE/MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MT 360 Medical Technology - Honors
14950 Medical Technology - Honors 3.00 T 01:50-04:20pm BC 179 Ciarcia M
MT 431 Clinical Microbiology II
PREREQUISITES: MT 430, MT 440, MT 442
16205 Clinical Microbiology II 2.00 R 03:20-04:50pm BC 179 Aguiar W
F 03:30-06:00pm BC 179 Aguiar W
MT 446 Hematology II
PREREQUISITES: MT 440, MT 442, MT 445
16206 Hematology II 1.00 R F 10:30-12:00pm BC 179 Jannetty L
(March 11 - May 7)
MT 448 Immunohematology II
PREREQUISITES: MT 442, MT 447
16207 Immunohematology II 2.00 R F 01:00-03:00pm BC 179 Ciarcia M
(January 21 - March 5)
MT 449 Case Stdy Approach Medical Tec
16208 Case Stdy Approach Medical Tec 1.00 R F 01:00-02:30pm BC 179 Ciarcia M
(March 11 - May 7)
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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MT 450 Chemistry Practicum
16209 Chemistry Practicum 2.00 TBA STFRAN STFRA Ciarcia M, Cafro M
MT 451 Special Testing Practicum
16210 Special Testing Practicum 0.50 TBA STFRAN STFRA Ciarcia M, Cafro M
MT 452 Urinalysis Practicum
16211 Urinalysis Practicum 0.50 TBA STFRAN STFRA Ciarcia M, Cafro M
MT 453 Blood Bank Practicum
16212 Blood Bank Practicum 2.00 TBA STFRAN STFRA Ciarcia M, Cafro M
MT 454 Hematology Practicum
16213 Hematology Practicum 2.00 TBA STFRAN STFRA Ciarcia M, Cafro M
MT 455 Microbiology Practicum
16214 Microbiology Practicum 2.00 TBA STFRAN STFRA Ciarcia M, Cafro M
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
RAD 330 Image Production&Evaluation I
PREREQUISITES: RAD 226
15190 Image Production&Evaluation I 1.00 T R 10:50-12:00pm D 215 DeMaio D
RAD 332 Diagnostic Imaging
PREREQUISITES: BIO 112, BIO 113, RAD 226, CS 110
14875 Diagnostic Imaging 3.00 W F 10:00-11:20am D 215 DeMaio D
RAD 335 Rad Positioning II
PREREQUISITES: RAD 315
15191 Rad Positioning II 2.00 T 08:00-10:40am D 215 Richard L
R 08:00-09:15am D 215 Richard L
(Lab fee)
RAD 340 Patient Care II
PREREQUISITES: RAD 310
15192 Patient Care II 1.00 R 09:25-10:40am D 215 DeMaio D
RAD 345 Clinical Experience II
PREREQUISITES: RAD 320
15193 Clinical Experience II 3.00 M W F 07:30-04:00pm TBA TBA Peterson P
17001 Clinical Experience II 3.00 M W F 07:30-04:00pm TBA TBA Staff
RAD 420 Rad Pathology
PREREQUISITES: RAD 410
15252 Rad Pathology 3.00 W F 08:30-09:45am D 215 Richard L
RAD 425 Clinical Experience V
PREREQUISITES: RAD 415
15253 Clinical Experience V 3.00 M T R 07:30-04:00pm TBA TBA Richard L
17002 Clinical Experience V 3.00 M T R 07:30-04:00pm TBA TBA Ruitto S
RAD 430 Film Critique
PREREQUISITES: RAD 420
16632 Film Critique 1.00 W F 12:30-01:20pm D 215 Richard L
RAD 454 MRI Clinical Experience II
PREREQUISITES: RAD 451
15254 MRI Clinical Experience II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Peterson P
(Lab fee)
RAD 456 MRI Pathology
PREREQUISITES: RAD 450, RAD 452
R 15255 MRI Pathology 3.00 W 07:15-09:45pm D 430 Staff
R 17749 MRI Pathology 3.00 W 07:15-09:45pm D 430 Staff
RAD 461 MRI Procedures II
PREREQUISITES: RAD 460
R 18130 MRI Procedures II 3.00 T 06:00-08:30pm D 215 Staff
R 22268 MRI Procedures II 3.00 T 06:00-08:30pm D 215 Staff
(Lab fee)
RAD 476 CT Clinical Experience II
PREREQUISITES: RAD 452, RAD 470, RAD 471
16235 CT Clinical Experience II 3.00 OR 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Cadieux M
17750 CT Clinical Experience II 3.00 OR 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Cadieux M
RAD 480 CT Pathology/Pharmacology
PREREQUISITES: RAD 452, RAD 470, RAD 471
R 16236 CT Pathology/Pharmacology 3.00 T 06:00-08:30pm D 430 Riopel J
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, NURSING AND HEALTH PROFESSIONS
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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RESPIRATORY CARE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
RCP 210 Respiratory Pharmacology
PREREQUISITES: RCP 212, BIO 112
15920 Respiratory Pharmacology 2.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm D 430 Kennedy P
RCP 213 Pulmonary Diagnostics
PREREQUISITES: RCP 212, BIO 112
15921 Pulmonary Diagnostics 3.00 M W 12:30-01:45pm D 430 Bernacki G
(Lab fee)
RCP 214 Mechanical Ventil.&Resuscita.I
PREREQUISITES: RCP 251, CH 114
15922 Mechanical Ventil.&Resuscita.I 4.00 T 01:30-04:10pm D 430 Bernacki G
R 02:05-04:10pm D 430 Bernacki G
(Lab fee)
RCP 252 Clinical Practice II
PREREQUISITES: RCP 251, RCP 212
15923 Clinical Practice II 2.00 F 08:00-03:20pm HHOSP HHOSP Kennedy P
(Lab fee)
RCP 322 Cardiovascular Anatomy&Physiol
PREREQUISITES: BIO 112, BIO 113
15924 Cardiovascular Anatomy&Physiol 3.00 M W 01:55-03:10pm D 215 Kopp G
RCP 333 Neonatal/Pediatric Resp Care
PREREQUISITES: RCP 321, RCP 322
R 17213 Neonatal/Pediatric Resp Care 3.00 W 04:30-06:50pm D 430 Farris J
RCP 354 Clinical Practice IV
PREREQUISITES: RCP 213, RCP 215, RCP 331, RCP 353
15925 Clinical Practice IV 3.00 T R 07:00-03:00pm HHOSP HHOSP Bernacki G
(Lab fee)
RCP 443 Respiratory Insuff.&Pat. Rehab
R 17000 Respiratory Insuff.&Pat. Rehab 3.00 M 05:00-07:30pm D 430 Moreau A
RCP 460 Advanced Clinical Practice I
PREREQUISITES: RCP 355, RCP 332
15851 Advanced Clinical Practice I 3.00 TBA HHOSP HHOSP Kennedy P
(Lab fee)
RCP 461 Advanced Clinical Practice II
PREREQUISITES: RCP 332, RCP 355
15852 Advanced Clinical Practice II 3.00 TBA HHOSP HHOSP Kennedy P
(Lab fee)
College of Engineering, Technology and Architecture
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
ENGINEERING COURSES
CIVIL ENGINEERING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
BE 260 Biomed Eng Materials
PREREQUISITES: ES 212
16083 Biomed Eng Materials 3.00 M 12:30-01:20pm UT 320 Nowak M
W 01:30-04:15pm D 129 Nowak M
(Lab fee)
BE 302 Biofluid Mechanics
PREREQUISITES: ME 340 or ES 320, M 242
15327 Biofluid Mechanics 3.00 M W 09:05-10:20am D 329 Nowak M
BE 461 Biomedical Engineer.Design II
16500 Biomedical Engineer.Design II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 116 Zajac S, Arico M
(Lab fee)
BE 480 Biomed.Engr.Capstone Resrch I
15966 Biomed.Engr.Capstone Resrch I 3.00 F 01:30-04:20pm UT 116 Nowak M
BE 485 Biomed.Engr.Capstone Research2
15772 Biomed.Engr.Capstone Research2 3.00 F 01:30-04:20pm UT 116 Nowak M
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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CE 260 Civil Engr.Materials Lab
PREREQUISITES: ES 212
15767 Civil Engr.Materials Lab 3.00 M 12:30-01:20pm UT 320 Nowak M
M 01:30-04:15pm D 129 Nowak M
18479 Civil Engr.Materials Lab 3.00 M 12:30-01:20pm UT 320 Nowak M
T 09:30-12:05pm D 129 Nowak M
(Lab fee)
CE 300 Engineering Economics
15890 Engineering Economics 3.00 M W 12:30-01:45pm D 319 Jacobs D
CE 312 Structural Steel Design
PREREQUISITES: CE 310
R 16658 Structural Steel Design 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm D 320 LeDoux J
(Lab fee)
CE 320 Water-Resources Engineering
PREREQUISITES: ES 320
R 14973 Water-Resources Engineering 4.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 320 Amwake N
T 06:10-08:50pm UT 105 Amwake N
(Lab fee)
CE 442 Construction Planning&Schedule
R 15889 Construction Planning&Schedule 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm UT 102 Lewandowski R
CE 460 Civil Engineering Design Proj.
14799 Civil Engineering Design Proj. 4.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm UT 102 Jacobs D
(Lab fee)
CE 501 Advanced Structural Design
PREREQUISITES: CE 314
R 17229 Advanced Structural Design 3.00 W 07:30-09:50pm UT 106 Price T
(Lab fee)
CE 504 CT Env.Regulations & Policy
R 22515 CT Env.Regulations & Policy 3.00 T 06:10-09:00pm UT 304 Nusom Haverstoc
CE 507 Finite Element Analysis
R 15688 Finite Element Analysis 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm UT 111 Price T
(Lab fee)
CE 509 Pollution Prevention
R 18066 Pollution Prevention 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm UT 106 Filburn T
CE 523 Engineering Hydrology
PREREQUISITES: ES 320
R 22502 Engineering Hydrology 3.00 M 07:00-10:00pm D 320 Mastroluca M
(Lab fee)
CE 530 Geotechnical Engineering,II
R 16225 Geotechnical Engineering,II 3.00 R 07:30-09:50pm UT 102 Staff
CE 591 ST:Moveable&Long Span Bridges
PREREQUISITES: CE 310
R 22710 ST:Moveable&Long Span Bridges 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm UT 104 Jacobs D
An introduction to the engineering principles of the design, analysis and operation of moveable bridges and long span bridges. The course will
examine bascule, vertical lift and horizontal swing bridges. Long span structures include continuous, cantilever, arches (3 hinged to hingeless)
and suspension (conventional and cable stayed) bridges. The course will review the AASHTO and AREMA code requirements for these bridges
types. Prerequisite: CE 310, senior or: graduate standing in civil engineering, or permission of instructor.
CE 600 Ind.Stdy in Civil Engineering
15328 Ind.Stdy in Civil Engineering 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Fang C
16136 Ind.Stdy in Civil Engineering 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Keshawarz M
16268 Ind.Stdy in Civil Engineering 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Carloni C
16274 Ind.Stdy in Civil Engineering 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Pines D
CE 612 Adv.Water Quality Engineering
PREREQUISITES: CE 420
R 22528 Adv.Water Quality Engineering 3.00 W 04:20-07:00pm D 109 Pines D
ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ECE 210 Intro Electrical Engineering
PREREQUISITES: ES 115, M 145, PHY 113
16190 Intro Electrical Engineering 3.00 M W 09:05-10:20am D 323 Godbout L
ECE 214 Electric Circuit Analysis II
PREREQUISITES: ECE 213
R 16191 Electric Circuit Analysis II 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 324 Mellodge P
18292 Electric Circuit Analysis II 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 324 Abu-aisheh A
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 94 10/6/09 11:48:03 AM
95
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
ECE 216 Circuits Laboratory II
R 16232 Circuits Laboratory II 1.00 R 06:10-08:40pm D 324 Chennapolla S
18293 Circuits Laboratory II 1.00 T 02:05-04:45pm D 324 Chennapolla S
(Lab fee)
ECE 231 Digital System Logic
R 16192 Digital System Logic 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm UT 104 Yu Y
ECE 232 Digital Laboratory
PREREQUISITES: ECE 231
R 16193 Digital Laboratory 1.00 W 07:00-09:50pm D 324 Yu Y
(Lab fee)
ECE 234 Digital Design Using CPLDs
R 16194 Digital Design Using CPLDs 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm D 402 Bogli C
(Lab fee)
ECE 320 Probabilistic Topics Comp Engr
PREREQUISITES: ECE 361
R 16447 Probabilistic Topics Comp Engr 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 109 Shertukde H
ECE 336 Digital Devices Laboratory
16195 Digital Devices Laboratory 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 402 Hill J
ECE 351 Electromagnetic Field Theory
PREREQUISITES: ECE 214, ECE 216
18158 Electromagnetic Field Theory 4.00 M W 02:45-04:15pm D 109 Nagurney L
ECE 360 Circuits & Electronics
PREREQUISITES: ECE 210, M 242
16196 Circuits & Electronics 4.00 M W 11:30-12:45pm D 324 Ilumoka A
18247 Circuits & Electronics 0.00 W 01:30-04:10pm D 324 Algan C
18248 Circuits & Electronics 0.00 M 08:45-11:25am D 324 Algan C
R 18488 Circuits & Electronics 4.00 T R 07:30-09:00pm D 319 Staff
(Lab fee)
ECE 362 Electronic Circuits
16197 Electronic Circuits 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 324 Ilumoka A
ECE 364 Electronic Laboratory II
16199 Electronic Laboratory II 1.00 R 02:05-04:45pm D 324 Ilumoka A
(Lab fee)
ECE 382 DesignI-Professional Practice
16255 DesignI-Professional Practice 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 321 Nagurney L
(Lab fee)
ECE 483 Design II
PREREQUISITES: ECE 382
16198 Design II 3.00 R 03:30-06:05pm D 319 Staff
(Permission of instructor required)
ECE 532 Embedded Microprocessor
R 16350 Embedded Microprocessor 3.00 R 06:10-08:45pm D 402 Hill J
(Lab fee)
ECE 540 DSP Hardware
17716 DSP Hardware 3.00 M 04:15-06:40pm D 319 Alnajjar H
(Lab fee)
ECE 551 Engr. Design with Neural Nets
23230 Engr. Design with Neural Nets 3.00 T R 04:20-05:35pm D 315 Ilumoka A
(Lab fee)
ECE 572 Power Systems Analysis
R 17048 Power Systems Analysis 3.00 W 04:30-07:10pm D 109 Shertukde H
(Lab fee)
ECE 573 Power Electronics
R 18321 Power Electronics 3.00 T 06:10-08:45pm D 109 Staff
(Lab fee)
ECE 600 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr
16200 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Hill J
16201 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Shertukde H
16202 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Alnajjar H
16203 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Ilumoka A
16204 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Nagurney L
17045 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Eppes T
17046 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Moslehpour S
17723 Indep.Study in Electrical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Abu-aisheh A
ECE 671 Transformers-Theory & Practice
R 18303 Transformers-Theory & Practice 3.00 M 04:30-07:30pm D 109 Shertukde H
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 95 10/6/09 11:48:04 AM
96
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ME 213 Mech.Eng.Materials & Lab.
PREREQUISITES: ES 212
14902 Mech.Eng.Materials & Lab. 3.00 M 12:30-01:20pm UT 106 Nowak M
W 01:30-04:15pm D 129 Nowak M
(Lab fee)
ME 236 Thermodynamics I
PREREQUISITES: M 145, PHY 113
R 14911 Thermodynamics I 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm D 321 Cousins W
14912 Thermodynamics I 3.00 M W 09:25-10:40am UT 106 Smith L
ME 341 Heat Transfer
PREREQUISITES: ME 340, M 242
16701 Heat Transfer 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 104 Filburn T
ME 342 Fluid Mechanic-Heat Transf.Lab
PREREQUISITES: ME 341
14965 Fluid Mechanic-Heat Transf.Lab 3.00 M W 01:30-03:20pm D 309 Smith L
R 14966 Fluid Mechanic-Heat Transf.Lab 3.00 W 05:45-09:00pm UT 105 Hartman D
(Course open only to evening students except for students with departmental overrides.) (Lab fee)
ME 350 Vibrations I with Applications
PREREQUISITES: ES 211, ES 212, M 242
15030 Vibrations I with Applications 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 106 Celmer R
R 15758 Vibrations I with Applications 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm D 129 Faraci P
(Lab fee)
ME 381 Statistical Quality Control
R 18771 Statistical Quality Control 3.00 M W 04:30-05:35pm UT 102 Sahay C
ME 430 Heating,Air Con.&Refrigeration
PREREQUISITES: ME 236, ME 341
18064 Heating,Air Con.&Refrigeration 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 129 Lubin B
ME 432 Energy Conversion System Desig
PREREQUISITES: ME 340, ME 341, ME 236
18758 Energy Conversion System Desig 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 303 Yavuzturk C
ME 440 Thermal&Mechanical Sys. Design
PREREQUISITES: ME 341, ME 470
R 16452 Thermal&Mechanical Sys. Design 3.00 T R 07:30-08:45pm UT 106 Austin S
(Lab fee)
ME 470 Mechanical Systems & Processes
PREREQUISITES: ME 213, ME 370 or BE 260 or CE 260
15329 Mechanical Systems & Processes 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 322 Sahay C
(Lab fee)
ME 476 Computer-Aided Design
PREREQUISITES: ME 470
18148 Computer-Aided Design 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 420 Campana C
(Lab fee)
ME 502 Noise Control Design
PREREQUISITES: ME 460
15524 Noise Control Design 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 126 Celmer R
15697 Noise Control Design 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm D 126 Vigeant M
(Lab fee)
ME 503 Vibrations II
PREREQUISITES: ME 460
R 17230 Vibrations II 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 106 Celmer R
(Lab fee)
ME 505 Mechatronics System Design
PREREQUISITES: EE 360
R 15153 Mechatronics System Design 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm UT 104 Campana C
R 18301 Mechatronics System Design 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm UT 102 Campana C, Bravo J
(Lab fee)
ME 507 Finite Element Analysis
R 15690 Finite Element Analysis 3.00 M 05:40-07:50pm UT 111 Nowak M
(Lab fee)
ME 511 Advanced Materials
PREREQUISITES: PHY 250, CH 111
18229 Advanced Materials 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
ME 519 Six Sigma Princ. & Applic.
R 16035 Six Sigma Princ. & Applic. 3.00 F 04:20-07:00pm D 426 Staff
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 96 10/6/09 11:48:04 AM
97
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
ME 531 Gas Turbine Analysis
PREREQUISITES: ME 530
R 16036 Gas Turbine Analysis 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm UT 106 Smith L
ME 582 Reliability Engineering
PREREQUISITES: ES 212, M 240
R 16227 Reliability Engineering 3.00 W 07:00-09:55pm D 426 Staff
ME 607 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr
15724 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Celmer R
15891 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Sahay C
16060 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Filburn T
16141 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Nowak M
16388 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Milanovic I
18480 Indep.Study in Mechanical Engr 3.00 TO 9.00 TBA TBA TBA Yavuzturk C
ME 682 Advanced Manufacturing Process
R 18274 Advanced Manufacturing Process 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm UT 104 Sahay C
ENGINEERING & MANAGEMENT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
EM 601 Engineering Program Management
R 16220 Engineering Program Management 3.00 T 07:30-10:20pm UT 309 Pandey L
ES 110 Statics
PREREQUISITES: M 145, PHY 112
R 16661 Statics 3.00 M W 06:10-07:25pm D 129 Moreno V
ES 115 Engineering Computer Applica.
R 15992 Engineering Computer Applica. 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm D 320 Elsaghir H
16662 Engineering Computer Applica. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 320 Hill J
16702 Engineering Computer Applica. 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm D 320 Fang C
17761 Engineering Computer Applica. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 420 Grant L
(Lab fee)
ES 117 Freshman Honors Seminar
15330 Freshman Honors Seminar 1.00 M 11:30-12:20pm D 319 Alnajjar H
ES 210 Construction Issues
17232 Construction Issues 1.00 F 01:30-04:10pm D 320 Pines D, Fuller J
ES 211 Dynamics
PREREQUISITES: ES 110, M 145
R 16659 Dynamics 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm UT 303 Faraci P
16660 Dynamics 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm UT 102 Sahay C
R 16703 Dynamics 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 304 Staff
R 18426 Dynamics 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm D 320 Arico M
ES 212 Mechanics of Materials
PREREQUISITES: ES 110, M 145
14817 Mechanics of Materials 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 104 Fang C
16704 Mechanics of Materials 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 102 Fang C
R 17231 Mechanics of Materials 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm UT 303 Price T
18427 Mechanics of Materials 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 315 Arico M
ES 220 Graphic Communication
15566 Graphic Communication 2.00 F 12:30-03:15pm UT 111 Norwood P
R 15567 Graphic Communication 2.00 R 07:30-10:20pm UT 111 Norwood P
17053 Graphic Communication 2.00 W 01:30-04:10pm UT 111 Norwood P
17789 Graphic Communication 2.00 M 12:30-03:15pm UT 111 Norwood P
(Lab fee)
ES 221 Adv.Graphic Cmm Using Autocad
R 15691 Adv.Graphic Cmm Using Autocad 3.00 T 07:30-10:20pm UT 111 Norwood P
(Lab fee)
ES 242 Engineering by Design
PREREQUISITES: AUCS 340, ES 142
R 16705 Engineering by Design 1.00 TO 3.00 T 07:30-09:45pm D 320 Khade V
18432 Engineering by Design 1.00 TO 3.00 F 08:30-10:20am UT 309 Vigeant M
F 10:30-11:20am UT 320 Vigeant M
18433 Engineering by Design 1.00 TO 3.00 F 08:30-10:20am D 420 Lubin B
F 10:30-11:20am UT 320 Lubin B
18434 Engineering by Design 1.00 TO 3.00 F 08:30-10:20am D 321 Mellodge P
F 10:30-11:20am UT 320 Mellodge P
18435 Engineering by Design 1.00 TO 3.00 F 08:30-10:20am D 402 Yavuzturk C
F 10:30-11:20am UT 320 Yavuzturk C
(Lab fee)
ES 303 Work Study Projects
14792 Work Study Projects 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sahay C
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 97 10/6/09 11:48:04 AM
98
ES 304 Work Study Projects
15039 Work Study Projects 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sahay C
17787 Work Study Projects 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Lubin B
ES 342 Engineering Practice
PREREQUISITES: CE 314, EE 382 or ME 470, AUC 180
16219 Engineering Practice 1.00 W 10:30-11:20am UT 320 Alnajjar H
ES 405 Work Study Projects
15002 Work Study Projects 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sahay C
ES 406 Cooperative Egineering Program
17814 Cooperative Egineering Program 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Alnajjar H
ES 440 Automatic Control Sys.Analysis
PREREQUISITES: ME 350, M 242
R 17054 Automatic Control Sys.Analysis 3.00 T R 06:10-07:25pm D 321 Shertukde H
ES 493 ST: Engineering Research
14955 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Celmer R
14956 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Sahay C
15722 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Nowak M
16378 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Lubin B
16398 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Filburn T
16571 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Alnajjar H
17756 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Moslehpour S
17772 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Lahey F
18314 ST: Engineering Research 1.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Yu Y
ES 591 ST:Incompress. Turbomachinery
R 22567 ST:Incompress. Turbomachinery 3.00 M 07:30-09:50pm UT 106 Hartman D
ARCHITECTURE COURSES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AET 110 Intro. to the Arch. Process
17707 Intro. to the Arch. Process 4.00 T R 08:30-11:50am HJG W101 Staff
(Lab fee)
AET 123 Architectural Design I
PREREQUISITES: AET 110
16228 Architectural Design I 4.00 M W 08:00-11:20am HJG W101 Petry E
17057 Architectural Design I 4.00 T R 08:30-11:50am HJG W101 Davis D
17058 Architectural Design I 4.00 T R 08:30-11:50am HJG W101 Staff
17059 Architectural Design I 4.00 M W 08:00-11:20am HJG W101 Cobb D
17060 Architectural Design I 4.00 M W 08:00-11:20am HJG W101 Sawruk T
(Lab fee)
AET 156 19th&20th Century Architecture
PREREQUISITES: AET 155
15914 19th&20th Century Architecture 4.00 M W 12:00-01:50pm UT 303 Hessmer I
16478 19th&20th Century Architecture 4.00 M W 02:00-03:50pm UT 303 Hessmer I
AET 241 Prin.Mech.Plumbing&Elect.Systm
PREREQUISITES: MTH 112, PHY 121
15123 Prin.Mech.Plumbing&Elect.Systm 4.00 W F 08:30-10:20am UT 102 Fuller J
AET 242 Construction Documents
PREREQUISITES: AET 232
15727 Construction Documents 4.00 M 08:30-12:20pm UT 111 Buchek J
W 10:30-01:20pm UT 111 Buchek J
15853 Construction Documents 4.00 T R 08:00-11:20am UT 111 Warnagiris E
17061 Construction Documents 4.00 T R 01:30-04:50pm UT 111 Jahnke J
(Lab fee)
AET 244 Architectural Design III
PREREQUISITES: AET 233
15999 Architectural Design III 4.00 T R 01:30-04:50pm HJG W101 Fuller J
16000 Architectural Design III 4.00 T R 01:30-05:00pm HJG W101 Warnagiris E
16479 Architectural Design III 4.00 M W 01:30-05:00pm HJG W101 Sawruk T
(Lab fee)
AET 248 Intro to Arch Model Building
PREREQUISITES: AET 123, AET 233
R 18144 Intro to Arch Model Building 3.00 M 05:30-10:00pm HJG W101 Elliott J
AET 343 Prin. of Landscape Arch.
PREREQUISITES: AET 233
R 18143 Prin. of Landscape Arch. 4.00 T 07:00-10:00pm HJG W101 Hahn T
F 01:30-04:50pm HJG W101 Hahn T
(Lab fee)
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 98 10/6/09 11:48:04 AM
99
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
AET 358 Archit.Computer Modeling&Rend.
PREREQUISITES: AET 244, AET 242
R 16706 Archit.Computer Modeling&Rend. 4.00 T R 07:35-10:00pm D 420 Khoda R
(Lab fee)
AET 359 Advanced Construction Doc.
22164 Advanced Construction Doc. 4.00 W 04:10-09:50pm UT 111 Warnagiris E
AET 364 Structural Analysis
PREREQUISITES: AET 355
16229 Structural Analysis 4.00 T R 02:05-04:45pm D 423 Carloni C
17951 Structural Analysis 4.00 T R 09:30-12:10pm D 426 Carloni C
(Lab fee)
AET 366 Sustainable Design
PREREQUISITES: AET 232, AET 242
R 21410 Sustainable Design 4.00 W 05:30-09:40pm HJG W101 Reeder L
AET 367 Architectural Design V
PREREQUISITES: AET 232, AET 241, AET 242, AET 352, AET 355, AET 364
16231 Architectural Design V 4.00 M W F 01:30-04:50pm HJG W101 Davis D
17062 Architectural Design V 4.00 M W 01:30-04:50pm HJG W101 Fuller J
R 17063 Architectural Design V 4.00 M W 05:00-08:20pm HJG W101 Staff
(Lab fee)
AET 373 Interior Architecture
PREREQUISITES: AET 244
R 22190 Interior Architecture 4.00 T R 06:10-10:00pm HJG W101 Meyer S
(Lab fee)
AET 471 Independent Studies
PREREQUISITES: AET 352
15331 Independent Studies 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Morrison J
16399 Independent Studies 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Fuller J
16400 Independent Studies 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Petry E
17064 Independent Studies 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Crosbie M
18230 Independent Studies 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Carloni C
AET 473 Arch.Rendering&Portfolio Dev.
PREREQUISITES: AET 233
R 15907 Arch.Rendering&Portfolio Dev. 4.00 T R 05:00-07:00pm HJG W101 Salazar J
R 17791 Arch.Rendering&Portfolio Dev. 4.00 T R 05:00-07:20pm UT 111 Khoda R
(Lab fee)
AET 474 Design of Steel Structures
PREREQUISITES: AET 355, AET 364, MTH 112, MTH 122, MTH 232, PHY 120
R 17950 Design of Steel Structures 4.00 M 05:00-10:00pm D 425 Staff
(Lab fee)
AET 484 Des Concrete Struc Engr Tech
PREREQUISITES: AET 364
16230 Des Concrete Struc Engr Tech 4.00 M W 09:00-11:50am UT 104 Brown C
R 17234 Des Concrete Struc Engr Tech 4.00 M W 07:30-10:00pm UT 102 Brown C
(Lab fee)
AET 489 Senior Design Thesis
15495 Senior Design Thesis 5.00 F 10:30-01:50pm HJG W101 Fuller J
17066 Senior Design Thesis 5.00 F 10:30-01:50pm HJG W101 Petry E
(Lab fee)
STW 490 ST:Special topics in Aet
PREREQUISITES: FWS 118, AET 233
18810 ST:Chinese&Japanese Architectu 4.00 T R 10:15-12:00pm D 109 Hessmer I
R 21423 ST:Preservation&Adaptive Reuse 3.00 T 05:30-08:20pm D 315 Smith L
ARC 521 Architectural Studio II
PREREQUISITES: ARC 511
16480 Architectural Studio II 6.00 M W F 01:30-05:10pm HJG W101 Cobb D
ARC 523 Advanced Structural Systems
PREREQUISITES: AET 243, AET 351, AET 361
R 16482 Advanced Structural Systems 3.00 W 05:45-08:20pm D 315 Staff
ARC 585 Sem on Architectural Topics
17065 Sem on Architectural Topics 3.00 F 10:00-01:00pm D 129 Crosbie M
ARC 621 Master’s Thesis
PREREQUISITES: ARC 511, ARC 521, ARC 611, ARC 613
16672 Master’s Thesis 6.00 M W F 01:30-05:30pm HJG W101 Crosbie M
ARC 622 Advanced Urban Issues
PREREQUISITES: AET 155, AET 156
16673 Advanced Urban Issues 4.00 M 09:00-12:00pm D 319 Orr R
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 99 10/6/09 11:48:05 AM
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ARC 623 Advanced Professional Practice
PREREQUISITES: AET 481
18797 Advanced Professional PractiCE 3.00 M W 12:05-01:20pm D 315 Petry E
TECHNOLOGY COURSES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AUD 111 Music for Audio Techn. II
PREREQUISITES: AUD 110
16250 Music for Audio Techn. II 2.00 M W 09:25-10:40am D 109 Nielsen M
(Lab fee)
AUD 122 Audio Recording Techniques
R 18291 Audio Recording Techniques 2.00 M W 06:00-07:30pm D 323 LaChance B
AUD 161 Mdrn Recrdg Techniq Engr Tech
PREREQUISITES: AUD 110, AUD 122
17049 Mdrn Recrdg Techniq Engr Tech 3.00 M W 10:50-12:05pm D 122 Shuman D
17050 Mdrn Recrdg Techniq Engr Tech 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 122 Shuman D
AUD 300 Cooperative Education
17719 Cooperative Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Britt T
AUD 382 Prin. of Magnetic Recording
PREREQUISITES: EL 232, EL 233, AUD 362, MTH 241
17051 Prin. of Magnetic Recording 3.00 F 09:30-12:20pm D 122 Britt T
AUD 384 Digital Audio Systems
PREREQUISITES: AUD 362, AUD 382
17052 Digital Audio Systems 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 320 Britt T
AUD 400 Cooperative Education
17720 Cooperative Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Britt T
AUD 462 Advanced Audio Production
R 17714 Advanced Audio Production 3.00 T 07:30-10:20pm D 122 Shuman D
AUD 471 Senior Project
17715 Senior Project 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Shuman D
17790 Senior Project 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Britt T
18478 Senior Project 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Shuman D
ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTERS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ECT 111 Intro Electricity/Electronics
PREREQUISITES: MTH 112
17175 Intro Electricity/Electronics 4.00 M W 09:25-10:40am D 325 Gendrachi T
17176 Intro Electricity/Electronics 0.00 R 01:30-04:10pm D 321 Gendrachi T
(Lab fee)
ECT 121 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals
PREREQUISITES: ECT 111, MTH 122
17177 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 325 Lyman G
17178 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals 4.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm D 325 Lyman G
17179 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals 0.00 T 02:05-04:45pm D 325 Lyman G
17180 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals 0.00 R 02:05-04:45pm D 325 LaChance B
17181 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals 4.00 M W 12:30-01:45pm D 325 Faraci P
17182 DC & AC Electr Fundamentals 0.00 M 01:50-04:10pm D 322 Faraci P
(Lab fee)
ECT 122 Intro to Digital Devices
PREREQUISITES: ECT 111
17183 Intro to Digital Devices 4.00 M W 10:50-12:05pm D 420 Kirschner W
17184 Intro to Digital Devices 0.00 T 02:05-04:45pm D 322 Kirschner W
17751 Intro to Digital Devices 0.00 R 02:05-04:45pm D 323 LaChance B
(Lab fee)
ECT 231 AC & Solid-State Fundamentals
PREREQUISITES: ECT 121, MTH 122
18261 AC & Solid-State Fundamentals 4.00 M W 11:00-12:15pm D 325 Lyman G
18262 AC & Solid-State Fundamentals 0.00 W 01:30-04:10pm D 322 Lyman G
(Lab fee)
ECT 232 Digital Circuits II
PREREQUISITES: ECT 122
18471 Digital Circuits II 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Larsen C
18472 Digital Circuits II 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Lab fee)
ECT 241 Analog Devices & Circuits
PREREQUISITES: ECT 231, MTH 122
17185 Analog Devices & Circuits 4.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am D 322 Abu-aisheh A
17186 Analog Devices & Circuits 0.00 M 10:30-01:20pm D 322 Abu-aisheh A
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 100 10/6/09 11:48:05 AM
101
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
R 17187 Analog Devices & Circuits 4.00 M 05:45-08:15pm D 322 Kirschner W
17188 Analog Devices & Circuits 0.00 T R 02:05-04:45pm D 315 Falat E
(Lab fee)
ECT 242 Micro Architecture & Prog
PREREQUISITES: ECT 232, ES 115
18159 Micro Architecture & Prog 4.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 402 Moslehpour S
18160 Micro Architecture & Prog 0.00 W 10:30-01:20pm D 402 Staff
(Lab fee)
ECT 300 Cooperative Education for Engr
18384 Cooperative Education for Engr 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Eppes T
ECT 351 Prac Iss Electron Circuit Des
PREREQUISITES: ECT 241, MTH 241
17189 Prac Iss Electron Circuit Des 4.00 M W 01:50-04:20pm D 325 Kirschner W
ECT 355 Indus Electronics & Actuators
PREREQUISITES: ECT 241
R 18250 Indus Electronics & Actuators 4.00 T 04:50-07:30pm D 420 Hasselmark E
R 18251 Indus Electronics & Actuators 0.00 R 04:50-07:30pm D 322 Hasselmark E
(Lab fee)
ECT 361 Data Communications
PREREQUISITES: ECT 351, MTH 241
R 17995 Data Communications 3.00 T 04:20-06:55pm D 323 Eppes T
ECT 362 Advanced RF Communications
PREREQUISITES: ECT 352, MTH 241
18418 Advanced RF Communications 0.00 W 10:30-12:40pm D 323 Hasselmark E
21761 Advanced RF Communications 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Hasselmark E
(Lab fee)
ECT 363 Computer Interfacing
PREREQUISITES: ECT 353
18320 Computer Interfacing 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Moslehpour S
(Lab fee)
ECT 364 Indus Instr & Sensors
PREREQUISITES: ECT 355
18295 Indus Instr & Sensors 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Hasselmark E
18296 Indus Instr & Sensors 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Hasselmark E
(Lab fee)
ECT 365 Object-Oriented Programming
R 18162 Object-Oriented Programming 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm D 420 Ramirez A
R 18385 Object-Oriented Programming 3.00 M W 07:05-08:20pm D 420 Ramirez A
(Lab fee)
ENGLISH AND TECHNICAL WRITING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
EN 241 English II: Technical Cmm
PREREQUISITES: EN 111
15915 English II: Technical Cmm 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am UT 106 McCleary B
15916 English II: Technical Cmm 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 106 McCleary B
16081 English II: Technical Cmm 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm UT 102 Segal N
R 16568 English II: Technical Cmm 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 315 Segal N
EN 481 English III:Adv.Technical Cmm
PREREQUISITES: EN 241
R 15563 English III:Adv.Technical Cmm 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm UT 104 McCleary B
ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ET 180 Independent Studies
16292 Independent Studies 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
ET 280 Independent Studies
17759 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Nowak M
ET 380 Independent Studies
16284 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Britt T
16289 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Shuman D
16381 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Milanovic I
16525 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Hasselmark E
ET 480 Independent Studies
16288 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Shuman D
16394 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Britt T
16407 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Milanovic I
16408 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Eppes T
17762 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Hill J
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, TECHNOLOGY AND ARCHITECTURE
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 101 10/6/09 11:48:05 AM
102
17804 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Nielsen M
17815 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Hasselmark E
18400 Independent Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Moslehpour S
MECHANICAL
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MET 123 Material Science for Eng Tech
PREREQUISITES: MET 116, MTH 112
15917 Material Science for Eng Tech 3.00 T R 08:00-09:15am D 129 Ghosh S,
Canistraro H
(Lab fee)
MET 243 Mechanics of Materials for Tec
R 16063 Mechanics of Materials for Tec 4.00 T 06:10-09:00pm D 426 Ghosh S.
Canistraro H
R 17055 Mechanics of Materials for Tec 0.00 R 06:10-09:00pm D 426 Ghosh S.
Canistraro H
(Lab fee)
MET 300 Cooperative Education
16113 Cooperative Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Lubin B
MET 400 Cooperative Education
16114 Cooperative Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Lubin B
MET 470 Thermodynamics I Engr.Tech.
PREREQUISITES: MTH 352
15908 Thermodynamics I Engr.Tech. 0.00 W 01:30-04:10pm UT 105 Milanovic I
15909 Thermodynamics I Engr.Tech. 4.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm D 426 Milanovic I
(Lab fee)
MET 473 Heat Transfer Engineering Tech
PREREQUISITES: MET 470
R 15910 Heat Transfer Engineering Tech 0.00 T 04:50-07:25pm D 129 Yavuzturk C
R 15911 Heat Transfer Engineering Tech 4.00 R 04:50-07:25pm UT 105 Yavuzturk C
(Lab fee)
MET 474 Production Tooling
PREREQUISITES: MET 121, MET 232, MET 355
R 22541 Production Tooling 4.00 M 04:20-07:00pm D 426 Orelup M,
Canistraro H
R 22554 Production Tooling 0.00 W 04:20-07:00pm D 426 Orelup M,
Canistraro H
(Lab fee)
MET 482 Sr. Design Project Engr Techn
15825 Sr. Design Project Engr Techn 3.00 M 10:30-01:00pm D 426 Faraci P,
Canistraro H
(Lab fee)
MET 484 Auto. Systems for Engr Techn
PREREQUISITES: MET 352
16346 Auto. Systems for Engr Techn 4.00 M 01:30-04:10pm D 426 Mellodge P
17056 Auto. Systems for Engr Techn 0.00 W 01:30-04:10pm D 323 Mellodge P
(Lab fee)
MATHEMATICS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MTH 112 College Algebra for Techs.
R 15496 College Algebra for Techs. 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 421 Lawes L
MTH 122 Precalculus for Techs.
PREREQUISITES: MTH 112
15005 Precalculus for Techs. 3.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm UT 102 Grant L
R 15845 Precalculus for Techs. 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm UT 304 Gold A
16347 Precalculus for Techs. 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm UT 104 Townsend S
R 16360 Precalculus for Techs. 3.00 M W 04:20-05:35pm UT 304 Townsend S
17771 Precalculus for Techs. 3.00 M W 02:55-04:10pm D 320 Grant L
MTH 232 Calculus I for Techs.
PREREQUISITES: MTH 122
17803 Calculus I for Techs. 3.00 M W 09:00-10:15am D 315 Grant L
MTH 241 Calculus II for Techs.
PREREQUISITES: MTH 232
14840 Calculus II for Techs. 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm UT 303 Nazaryan N
R 15226 Calculus II for Techs. 3.00 M W 05:45-07:00pm UT 102 Townsend S
15918 Calculus II for Techs. 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am D 315 Nazaryan N
16377 Calculus II for Techs. 3.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am UT 303 Nazaryan N
R 22697 Calculus II for Techs. 3.00 T R 04:50-06:05pm D 325 Townsend S
HARTFORD ART SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 102 10/6/09 11:48:05 AM
103
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
MTH 352 Diff. Equations for Techs.
PREREQUISITES: MTH 241
17233 Diff. Equations for Techs. 3.00 M W 09:00-10:15am D 426 Grant L
Hartford Art School
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
CER 220 Introductory Ceramics I
15263 Introductory Ceramics I 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V CST Hall W
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
16045 Introductory Ceramics I 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm V CST Holder D
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
CER 222 Introductory Ceramics II
PREREQUISITES: CER 220
14820 Introductory Ceramics II 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm V CST Towers M
CER 334 Surfaces
PREREQUISITES: CER 222
16051 Surfaces 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V CST Towers M
CER 360 Ceramics Internship I
18281 Ceramics Internship I 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
CER 361 Ceramcis Intership II
18282 Ceramcis Intership II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
CER 390 ST: The Malleable Object
PREREQUISITES: CER 220
R 23035 ST: The Malleable Object 3.00 M W 07:30-10:20pm V CST Holder D
In this class students will create a number of “thingamajigs”, or sculptural objects in clay, from the realistic to the mysterious. Discussion will
include formal aspects of object making as well as the psychological and emotional impact that objects may possess. Attention to detail and
craftsmanship and the relationships between form, surface and concept will be emphasized. Course includes examination and discussion of
critical readings; research on historical and contemporary artists and the mastering and honing of a variety of clay contruction techniques.
Prerequisite or permission of instructor.
CER 391 ST: Advanced Throwing
PREREQUISITES: CER 222
R 23048 ST: Advanced Throwing 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V CST Towers M
An advanced level course focusing on the techniques of wheel throwing.
CER 391 ST: Collaborative Practices
J 51427 ST: Collaborative Practices 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V CST Holder
1/4-1/15
CER 441 Advanced Ceramics II
R 14957 Advanced Ceramics II 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V CST Hall W
DES 221 Type I
PREREQUISITES: FWS 110
R 16046 Image Processes (MWDD majors) 3.00 T R 07:30-10:20pm V 223 Yanicke S
DES 222 Image Making and Meaning
PREREQUISITES: FWS 110
R 14919 Image Making and Meaning 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 223 Majumdar S
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
15788 Image Making and Meaning 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am HJG E203D Nordyke J
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
R 18201 Image Making and Meaning 3.00 M W 07:30-10:20pm HJG E203D O’Rourke R
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
DES 289 Sophomore Review
15456 Sophomore Review 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Snyder M
DES 333 Issues in Design
PREREQUISITES: DES 289
15209 Issues in Design 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am HJG E201B Snyder M
15695 Issues in Design 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm HJG E201B Poggio N
DES 335 Experimental Typography
PREREQUISITES: DES 289
15058 Experimental Typography 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm HJG E201B Poggio N
15696 Experimental Typography 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm HJG E201B Majumdar S
DES 361 Design Internship II
16419 Design Internship II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
DES 389 Junior Review
15455 Junior Review 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Snyder M
HARTFORD ART SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 103 10/6/09 11:48:06 AM
104
DES 391 ST: Design in Context
23061 ST: Design in Context 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm HJG E203A Nordyke J
This studio class will focus on the development of form (typography and imagery): societal and political change; advances in technology and the
theories that have shaped the discipline of visual communication design. Lectures will focus on the late eighteenth century through the close of
the twentieth century. Student research and studio projects will primarily focus on movements of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.
Off campus visits are also a component of this class. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing
DES 391 ST: Dreamweaver
J 51453 ST: Dreamweaver 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm HJG E203C Berg
1/4-1/15
DES 450 Senior Project
PREREQUISITES: DES 440
R 15525 Senior Project 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm HJG E203D Nordyke J
R 18202 Senior Project 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm HJG E201B Poggio N
DES 460 Senior Portfolio
PREREQUISITES: DES 440
R 15055 Senior Portfolio 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm HJG E203D Kline D
R 18203 Senior Portfolio 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm HJG E201B Snyder M
DWG 220 Drawing from Life
R 16487 Drawing From Life 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 238 Caldwell H
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
R 18215 Draw From Life (non-art major) 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V 234 Staff
DWG 222 Drawing I: Figure
14788 Drawing I: Figure 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 238 Staff
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
DWG 222 Drawing I: Figure
J 51082 Drawing I: Figure 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm HJGE 302A Andersen
1/4-1/15
DWG 310 Thinking in Drawing
PREREQUISITES: DWG 220 or PTG 220
R 22931 Thinking in Drawing 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 234 Balco C
DWG 391 ST: Drawing from the Renaissance Masters
J 51440 ST: Drawing from the Renaissance Masters
3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V 236 Patterson
1/4-1/15
EXS 391 ST: Experimental Techniques
J 51466 ST: Experimental Techniques 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V 233 O’Rourke
1/4-1/15
FWS 110 Foundation 2D Studio I
14888 Foundation 2D Studio I 2.50 M W 02:00-04:20pm HJG E203D Sepe K
15205 Foundation 2D Studio I 2.50 T R 09:00-11:20am HJG E203D O’Rourke R
15206 Foundation 2D Studio I 2.50 T R 02:00-04:20pm HJG E203D Majumdar S
FWS 111 Foundation 2D Studio II
15335 Foundation 2D Studio II 2.50 T R 09:00-11:20am V 236 Patterson J
16047 Foundation 2D Studio II 2.50 T R 02:00-04:20pm V 233 Caldwell H
16675 Foundation 2D Studio II 2.50 M W 09:00-11:20am V 233 O’Rourke R
FWS 113 Foundation Drawing II
14959 Foundation Drawing II 2.50 T R 09:00-11:20am V 238 Caldwell H
14960 Foundation Drawing II 2.50 M W 02:00-04:20pm V 238 Lee J
14961 Foundation Drawing II 2.50 M W 09:00-11:20am V 234 Milici R
15207 Foundation Drawing II 2.50 T R 09:00-11:20am V 234 Freidman J
16048 Foundation Drawing II 2.50 M W 02:00-04:20pm V 234 Milici R
16707 Foundation Drawing II 2.50 T R 02:00-04:20pm V 238 Staff
FWS 115 Foundation Issues Art MakingII
15000 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 0.00 F 09:30-10:20am HJG E201B Parker R
15461 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 0.00 F 09:30-10:20am HJG E203A Feder T
15769 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 0.00 F 10:30-11:20am HJG E201B Parker R
15770 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 0.00 F 10:30-11:20am HJG E203D Finnegan S
15771 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 0.00 F 10:30-11:20am HJG E203A Feder T
16049 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 0.00 F 09:30-10:20am HJG E203D Finnegan S
17260 Foundation Issues Art MakingII 2.50 T 12:15-01:45pm D 201 Feder T, Snyder M
FWS 117 Foundation 3D Studio II
14988 Foundation 3D Studio II 2.50 T R 02:00-04:20pm V 3DST Staff
14989 Foundation 3D Studio II 2.50 T R 09:00-11:20am V 3DST Staff
14990 Foundation 3D Studio II 2.50 M W 09:00-11:20am V 3DST Willis J
14991 Foundation 3D Studio II 2.50 M W 02:00-04:20pm V 3DST Hall W
15208 Foundation 3D Studio II 2.50 M W 09:00-11:20am V SBL Forma D
16708 Foundation 3D Studio II 2.50 M W 02:00-04:20pm V SBL Forma D
HARTFORD ART SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 104 10/6/09 11:48:06 AM
105
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
GRA 226 Relief Printing
R 15606 Relief Printing 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V 134 Lee J
(Open to HAS students or permission or Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
GRA 230 Lithography
16488 Lithography 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm V 134 Willis J
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
GRA 232 Etching I
16709 Etching I 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V 134 Freidman J
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
GRA 335 Book Arts II
PREREQUISITES: GRA 235
18204 Book Arts II 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 148 Lee J
GRA 340 Etching II
PREREQUISITES: GRA 240
18205 Etching II 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm V 134 Pettengill P
GRA 391 ST: Master Printers
23087 ST: Master Printers 3.00 F 09:30-12:30pm TBA TBA Staff
F 01:30-04:30pm TBA TBA Staff
This advanced level course will introduce printmaking majors to the practice of serving as a master printer. Students will develop the skills
required to work closely with other artists in the development of their creative ideas, selection of appropriate materials and mediums, editioning
and the final curating. Prerequisite: Junior/ Senior Standing
GRA 391 ST: Experimental Printmaking
J 51557 ST: Experimental Printmaking 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V GST Willis
1/4-1/15
GRA 422 Printmaking Studio II
PREREQUISITES: GRA 420
R 16489 Printmaking Studio II 3.00 TO 6.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 134 Willis J
ILS 210 Drawing for Illustration
15607 Drawing for Illustration 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm HJG E302A Nolan D
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
R 16490 Drawing for Illustration 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm HJG E302A Nolan D
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or MIkki Dembar)
ILS 289 Sophomore Review
PREREQUISITES: ILS 210
15538 Sophomore Review 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Nolan D
ILS 320 Intermediate Illustration I
PREREQUISITES: ILS 289
16676 Intermediate Illustration I 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am HJG E302B Andersen D
16677 Intermediate Illustration I 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm HJG E302B Andersen D
ILS 330 Intermediate Illustration 2
PREREQUISITES: ILS 289
16358 Intermediate Illustration 2 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm HJG E302C Thomson W
16359 Intermediate Illustration 2 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm HJG E302C Thomson W
ILS 338 Book Illustration
PREREQUISITES: ILS 310
18206 Book Illustration 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm HJG E302B Nolan D
ILS 361 Illustration Internship II
16563 Illustration Internship II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
ILS 389 Junior Review
PREREQUISITES: ILS 332
15539 Junior Review 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Nolan D
ILS 443 Portfolio Preparation
R 14881 Portfolio Preparation 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm HJG E302B Andersen D
ILS 444 Senior Project: Illustration
R 15264 Senior Project: Illustration 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm HJG E302B Thomson W
ILS 722 Illustration Issues 2
18393 Illustration Issues 2 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Tinkelman M
ILS 723 Illustration Assigment 2
18395 Illustration Assigment 2 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Tinkelman M
ILS 965 Thesis Project 5
18394 Thesis Project 5 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Tinkelman M
MDA 210 Intro to Media Arts
PREREQUISITES: FWS 110, FWS 114
16077 Intro to Media Arts 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm V 223 Gort G
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
HARTFORD ART SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 105 10/6/09 11:48:06 AM
106
MDA 361 Media Arts Internship II
16518 Media Arts Internship II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
MDA 390 ST: Intermedia Studio
23074 ST: Intermedia Studio 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V 217 Gort G
This course is designed around the premise of collaboration using a variety of media. Participants will work in production teams to produce works
that are thematic and interdisciplinary in their execution. The intent is to have a mutual exchange between students from various departments
and colleges toward common artistic production building on individuals’ skill sets. The dominant output from the course is a series of projects to
be presented at the Hartt School with the Contemporary Players at the conclusion of the semester in conjunction with the Media Arts department
exhibition.
MDA 391 ST: You, Meme and Media
PREREQUISITES: VDO 220, MDA 210
23100 ST: You, Meme and Media 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm V 217 Deck A
This course combines the latest media production and distribution techniques with a critical approach to the problems of self-representation.
It explores historically shifting modes of distribution, privacy, networking and identity. Putting theory into practice, students are guided through
the process of producting a digital portfolio suitable for presentations and printed matter as well as interactive and online media. Prerequistes or
permission
MDA 430 Visual Culture&Electronic Res.
PREREQUISITES: VDO 360
R 17244 Visual Culture&Electronic Res. 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V 217 Deck A
MDA 450 Senior Project: Media Arts
PREREQUISITES: MDA 430
17757 Senior Project: Media Arts 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gort G
PHO 220 Introduction to Photography
R 15527 Introduction to Photography 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V 123 Carey E
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
16050 Introduction to Photography 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 123 Carey E
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
R 22944 Introd. to Photogrph(non-art) 3.00 M W 07:30-10:20pm V 123 Buttrey D
PHO 222 Introductory Photography II
PREREQUISITES: PHO 220
14790 Introductory Photography II 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V 123 Staff
18207 Introductory Photography II 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm V 123 Staff
PHO 332 Color Photography I
PREREQUISITES: PHO 222
R 18225 Color Photography I 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 123 Calafiore R
PHO 340 Commercial Photography I
PREREQUISITES: PHO 330
R 17245 Commercial Photo I (Lighting) 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V 117 Staff
PHO 350 Digital Photography
PREREQUISITES: PHO 222
22970 Digital Photography 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 223 Staff
PHO 350 Digital Photography
J 51123 Digital Photography 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V 223 Staff
1/4-1/15
PHO 351 Junior Seminar
PREREQUISITES: PHO 330
18208 Junior Seminar 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm V 119 Frey M
R 22957 Junior Seminar 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 119 Frey M
PHO 361 Photography Internship II
16565 Photography Internship II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
PHO 390 ST:Profess. Practices in Photo
23113 ST:Profess. Practices in Photo 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm V 123 Carey E
This course provides an introduction to professional practices within the field of photography. Topics covered include: documentation, exhibition
preparation, grantwriting and creation of an artist’s statement. Current issues in photography will be covered through readings and class
discussions. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing
PHO 391 ST: Sicily Photo
PREREQUISITES: PHO 220
23126 ST: Sicily Photo 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V 119 Frey M
This course requires travel to Sicily, Italy during the spring semester break. This course will provide an overview of travel photography from
the 19th century to the present. Through a series of local assignments, students will develop ideas and strategies for overseas assignments.
Students may work in any format or with materials of their choice. A joint exhibition with painting students will be mounted the following fall.
Enrollment is very limited. Students must contact Prof. Mary Frey for course and travel information. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing and
permission
PHO 391 ST: Platinum and Palladium Photography
J 51479 ST: Platinum and Palladium Photography
3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V 123 Calafiore
1/4-1/15
HARTFORD ART SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 106 10/6/09 11:48:06 AM
107
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
PTG 220 Introduction to Painting
15163 Introduction to Painting 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm V 242 Brown S
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
R 16491 Introduction to Painting 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V 242 Finnegan S
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
PTG 222 Painting II: Studio Practics
22983 Painting II: Studio Practics 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 236 Padberg C
PTG 325 Composition
PREREQUISITES: PTG 220, PTG 222
R 16222 Composition 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V 236 Padberg C
PTG 333 Figure Painting
PREREQUISITES: PTG 220, PTG 222
22996 Figure Painting 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 242 Brown S
PTG 350 Profess. Practice in Painting
PREREQUISITES: DWG 310, PTG 330, PTG 331
23009 Profess. Practice in Painting 3.00 M W 01:30-04:20pm V 119 Padberg C
PTG 361 Painting Internship II
16564 Painting Internship II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Dembar M
PTG 391 ST: Sicily Painting
PREREQUISITES: PTG 220
23139 ST: Sicily Painting 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V 236 Patterson J
This course requires travel to Sicily, Italy during the spring semester break. Students will explore the processes and develop the techniques of
gathering on location reference sketches, painting and photographic documentation and will utilize these techniques during spring break travel
to Sicily. Students will complete a series of studio works based on the travel period research during the remainder of the semester. Enrollment is
very limited. Students must contact Prof. Jeremiah Patterson for course and travel information. Prerequisite and permission of the instructor
PTG 441 Advanced Painting II
PREREQUISITES: PTG 330, PTG 331
16509 Advanced Painting II 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V 242 Balco C
SCL 220 Introduction to Sculpture
PREREQUISITES: FWS 116 or FWS 117
15932 Introduction to Sculpture 3.00 T R 09:15-12:05pm V SBL Fukawa H
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
R 23022 Introduction to Sculpture 3.00 T R 04:30-07:20pm V SBL Fukawa H
SCL 222 Introduction Figure Modeling
R 15164 Introduction Figure Modeling 3.00 T R 07:30-10:20pm V SBL Forma D
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
SCL 330 Install.&Site-Specific Sculpt
PREREQUISITES: SCL 220, SCL 221
23178 Install.&Site-Specific Sculpt 3.00 T R 01:30-04:20pm V SBL Fukawa H
SCL 332 Intermediate Figure Modeling I
PREREQUISITES: SCL 222
R 15848 Intermediate Figure Modeling I 3.00 T R 07:30-10:20pm V SBL Forma D
SCL 360 Intro to Hot Glass Fabrication
PREREQUISITES: SCL 220
15265 Intro to Hot Glass Fabrication 3.00 F 08:30-11:20am V SBL Staff
F 01:30-04:20pm V SBL Staff
SCL 391 ST: Remix, and Mashup
R 23152 ST: Remix, and Mashup 3.00 M W 04:30-07:20pm V SBL Nickie M
This course considers the increasingly complex manifestations of representation in contemporary art practice. Through critical research and
comparative models, students will investigate the dramatic shifts in visual production under technological, social, economic and political change.
We will address issues of authenticity, authorship, and affect by exploring how these conditions radically alter perceptions of status and value.
Students will apply this knowledge to their own interdisciplinary studio-based projects. The course includes studio practice, seminar and lecture
format. Prerequisite: Junior/Senior standing
SCL 391 ST: Metal Forming and Fabrication
J 51570 ST: Metal Forming and Fabrication 3.00 M-F 09:00-05:00pm V SBL Rhea
1/4-1/15
SCL 470 Directed Projects in Sculpture
15704 Directed Projects in Sculpture 3.00 TBA V SBL Fukawa H
VDO 220 Introduction to Video
PREREQUISITES: FWS 114, FWS 115
15334 Introduction to Video 3.00 M W 08:30-11:20am V 217 Lawless T
(Open to HAS students or permission of Tom Bradley or Mikki Dembar)
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APPLIED CLASS STUDY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
APC 110 Basic Guitar I
15003 Basic Guitar I 1.00 M 10:30-11:20am F 107 Ladd C
APC 111 Basic Guitar II
PREREQUISITES: APC 110
14837 Basic Guitar II 1.00 T 10:40-11:20am F 136 Ladd C
APC 115 Vocal Seminar for Freshmen
16337 Vocal Seminar for Freshmen 0.50 F 02:30-03:20pm F 410 Bolkovac E
APC 123 Piano Keyboard Class
PREREQUISITES: APC 122
14849 Piano Keyboard Class (Jazz) 2.00 T R 09:00-09:50am F 337 Babal G
14850 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 11:00-11:50am F 337 Babal G
14851 Piano Keyboard Class (Jazz) 2.00 T R 10:00-10:50am F 337 Babal G
14852 Piano Keyboard Class(Music Th) 2.00 T R 01:00-01:50pm F 337 Babal G
14853 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm F 337 Champagne A
14854 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 09:30-10:20am F 337 Champagne A
14855 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 10:30-11:20am F 337 Champagne A
14856 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 08:00-08:50am F 337 Babal G
14857 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 W F 01:30-02:20pm F 337 Babal G
15517 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 08:30-09:20am F 337 Champagne A
15518 Piano Keyboard Class (Jazz) 2.00 W F 12:30-01:20pm F 337 Babal G
15855 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 01:30-02:20pm F 103 Champagne A
15963 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 02:00-02:50pm F 337 Babal G
15964 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 02:30-03:20pm F 337 Champagne A
16303 Piano Keyboard Class(Music Th) 2.00 M W 03:30-04:20pm F 337 Babal G
R 16304 Piano Keyboard Class(Music Th) 2.00 M W 04:30-05:20pm F 337 Babal G
APC 215 Vocal Seminar for Sophomores
16455 Vocal Seminar for Sophomores 0.50 F 01:30-02:20pm F 163 Jones K
APC 223 Piano Keyboard Class
PREREQUISITES: APC 222
15377 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M F 09:30-10:20am F 103 Babal G
15378 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M F 10:30-11:20am F 103 Babal G
15379 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M F 11:30-12:20pm F 103 Babal G
15380 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 10:00-10:50am F 103 Johnson B
15381 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 11:00-11:50am F 103 Johnson B
15382 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 01:00-01:50pm F 103 Johnson B
15383 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 M W 02:30-03:20pm F 103 Babal G
15692 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 09:00-09:50am F 103 Johnson B
16948 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 08:00-08:50am F 103 Johnson B
APC 311 Harpsichord Class
16067 Harpsichord Class 2.00 TBA F TBA Smith R
APC 315 Vocal Performance Seminar
PREREQUISITES: APC 214, APC 215
16949 Vocal Performance Seminar-Jr. 0.50 R 12:15-01:45pm F 163 Kosloff D
22749 Vocal Performance Seminar-Sr. 0.50 R 12:15-01:45pm F 201 Jones K
APC 323 Piano Keyboard Class
PREREQUISITES: APC 322
R 16386 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 06:00-06:50pm F 337 Babal G
R 16498 Piano Keyboard Class 2.00 T R 07:00-07:50pm F 337 Babal G
APC 415 Electric Guitar Styles II
16464 Electric Guitar Styles II 1.00 R 12:00-01:15pm F 420 Goldstein R
APC 420 Communicating with an Audience
15967 Communicating with an Audience 1.00 M 10:30-11:20am F BLISS Grabois D
APC 451 Orchestra Rep Class
15364 (Violin-Junior) 1.00 M 12:30-01:20pm F 104 Reisman M
15365 (Woodwind-Junior) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 343 Shearer G
15366 (Brass-Junior) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 410 Lichtmann J
R 15367 (Percussion-Junior) 1.00 F 04:30-05:20pm F BLISS Toth B
15368 (Cello-Junior) 1.00 F 01:30-02:20pm F 104 King T
15626 (St. Bass-Junior) 1.00 W 10:30-11:20am F 163 Black R
15726 (Harp) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Flannery R
16066 (Viola-Junior) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 102 Porfiris R
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APC 453 Orchestra Rep Class
15369 (Violin-Senior) 1.00 M 01:30-02:20pm F 104 Reisman M
15370 (Woodwind-Senior) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 343 Shearer G
15371 (Brass-Senior) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 410 Lichtmann J
R 15372 (Percussion-Senior) 1.00 F 04:30-05:20pm F BLISS Toth B
15373 (Cello-Senior) 1.00 F 01:30-02:20pm F 104 King T
15627 (St. Bass-Senior) 1.00 W 10:30-11:20am F 163 Black R
15965 (Harp-Senior) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Flannery R
16068 (Viola-Senior) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 102 Porfiris R
APC 481 Ind.St. in Performance Studies
15115 Ind. St. in Per. St. (Voice) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Kutner M
15560 Ind. St. in Per. St. (Brass) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15582 Ind. St. in Per. St. (Guitar) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15583 Ind. St. in Per.St. (Piano) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA de Moura Castro
15584 Ind. St. in Per.St.(Strings) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15585 Ind. St. in Per.St.(Woodwind) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15586 Ind.St. in Per.St.(Music Thea) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15587 Ind.St. in Per.St.(Percussion) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15721 (Piano Repertoire) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Rutman P
16112 (Studies in Organ Pedagogy) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
18499 Ind.St. in Performance Studies 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Ladd C
APC 501 Free Improvisation
R 16413 Free Improvisation 1.00 M 05:00-06:00pm F 201 Black R
16432 Free Improvisation 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
APC 515 Electric Guitar Styles II
PREREQUISITES: APC 514
16465 Electric Guitar Styles II 1.00 R 12:00-01:15pm F 420 Goldstein R
APC 520 Communicating with an Audience
15968 Communicating with an Audience 1.00 M 10:30-11:20am F BLISS Grabois D
APC 551 Orch.Rep/Sgt.Rdg.Vln
PREREQUISITES: APC 550
15374 (Viola - Gd) 1.00 M 01:30-02:20pm F 102 Porfiris R
15375 (Cello) 1.00 F 01:30-02:20pm F 104 King T
15451 (Brass - Gd) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 410 Lichtmann J
15452 (Woodwind - Gd) 1.00 M 02:30-03:20pm F 343 Shearer G
R 15453 (Percussion - Gd) 1.00 F 04:30-05:20pm F BLISS Toth B
15701 (String Bass - Gd) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
16253 (Violin - Gd) 1.00 F 11:30-12:20pm F 102 Reisman M
APC 567 Performance 20/20
15231 Performance 20/20 1.00 M 12:30-02:20pm F BLISS Francis M
W F 12:30-02:20pm M/A M/A Francis M
APC 581 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study
15588 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
16125 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
16252 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
16473 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
18416 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Jones K
18455 Ind.Stdy in Performance Study 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Pruett J
APC 594 ST:Practical/Professional Trng
16244 ST:Practical/Professional Trng 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
APC 595 ST:Practical/Professional Trng
PREREQUISITES: APC 594
16245 ST:Practical/Professional Trng 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
APC 631 Studies in Piano Repertoire
15520 Studies in Piano Repertoire 2.00 F 03:30-05:30pm F 201 Rutman P
ISC 501 Instrumental Studio Class
R 16397 Instr. Studio Class(Trombone) 0.00 M 07:30-08:20pm F BLISS Borror R
16406 Instr. Studio Class (Flute) 0.00 M 03:30-05:00pm F 410 Arms J
R 16411 Instr. Studio Class (Viola) 0.00 W 07:30-09:30pm F 201 Larson S
16412 Instr. Studio Class (Violin) 0.00 M 02:30-04:30pm F 201 Lansdale K
R 16414 Instr. Studio Class(Horn) 0.00 F 07:00-09:00pm F 422 Reit P
R 16415 Instr. Studio Class(Guitar) 0.00 M 07:30-10:30pm F 410 Provost R
R 16416 Instr.Studio Class(Percussion) 0.00 F 06:00-09:00pm F BLISS Toth B
R 16417 Instrum. Studio Class (Bass) 0.00 T 04:30-06:30pm F 163 Black R
R 16502 Instrum. Studio Class (Oboe) 0.00 M 05:30-07:00pm F 163 Lucarelli H
16950 Instr. Studio Class(Violin) 0.00 M 02:30-04:30pm F 404 Ngai E
16951 Instrum. Studio Class(Trumpet) 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Cobb K
R 16952 Instr. Studio Class(Violin) 0.00 M 05:30-07:30pm F 410 Miller A
R 16953 Instrumental Studio Class 0.00 R 08:00-09:30pm F 410 Koffman C
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R 16954 Instrumental Studio Class 0.00 F 04:30-05:30pm F 343 Mendoker S
16955 Instrumental Studio Cl (Cello) 0.00 F 04:00-06:00pm F 410 Tetel M
R 17764 Instru Studio Cl(Tuba/Eur.) 0.00 W 05:00-07:00pm F 109 Jackson J
R 18088 Instr. Studio Class(Bassoon) 0.00 W 06:30-08:30pm F 404 Goldberg M
R 18089 Instr. Studio Class(Clarinet) 0.00 M 06:00-08:00pm F 420 Blood C
18090 Instr. Studio Class(Clarinet) 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Oshima A
18091 Instr. Studio Class(Violin) 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Reisman M
18200 Instr. Studio Class(Violin) 0.00 TBA TBA TBA King T
22762 Instr. Studio Class(Violin) 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Porfiris R
ACCOMPANYING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
ACC 110 The Art of Accompanying I
17671 The Art of Accompanying I 0.50 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
ACC 111 The Art of Accompanying II
15376 The Art of Accompanying II 0.50 T 01:00-01:50pm F 201 Westfall D
ACC 116 Accompanying Lab (Choral)
15589 Accompanying Lab (Choral) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
ACC 221 Piano Ensemble II
PREREQUISITES: ACC 110, ACC 111
15590 Piano Ensemble II 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
15723 Piano Ensemble II 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
ACC 331 Vocal Repertory
PREREQUISITES: ACC 110, ACC 111
R 15201 Vocal Repertory 1.00 T 04:50-06:05pm F 201 Swann K
ACC 341 Spec.Studies in Accompanying
15591 Spec.Studies in Accompanying 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
ACC 346 Accompanying Lab (Vocal)
14797 Accompanying Lab (Vocal) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
ACC 431 Accompanying Lab (Instr)
16064 Accompanying Lab (Instr) 1.00 TBA F TBA Westfall D
ACC 441 Instrumental Accompanying II
PREREQUISITES: ACC 110, ACC 111
15301 Instrumental Accompanying II 1.50 TBA F 140 Westfall D
18475 Instrumental Accompanying II 1.50 TBA TBA TBA Rutman P
ACC 541 Spec.Studies in Accompanying
15384 Spec.Studies in Accompanying 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Westfall D
ACC 641 Vocal Repertory
R 15385 Vocal Repertory 2.00 T 04:50-06:05pm F 201 Swann K
ACC 643 Skills Instrumental Accompany.
16256 Skills Instrumental Accompany. 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
16285 Skills Instrumental Accompany. 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
ACC 645 Sonatas
15202 Sonatas 2.00 W 09:30-11:30am F 144 Francis M
ACC 647 Techniques of Vocal Coaching
PREREQUISITES: ACC 640, ACC 641, ACC 646
15223 Techniques of Vocal Coaching 1.00 TBA F 201 Staff
ACC 691 SS in Accompanying
PREREQUISITES: ACC 690
16065 SS in Accompanying 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA F TBA Westfall D
AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
AFR 111 Jazz Improvisational Devices
PREREQUISITES: AFR 110
R 14894 Jazz Improvisational Devices 1.00 M 05:30-07:30pm F 414 Casey C
AFR 132 African-Am. Music 1945-Present
PREREQUISITES: AFR 131
14951 African-Am.Music 1945 Present 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm F 343 McLean R
AFR 221 Jazz Keyboard Class
PREREQUISITES: APC 122, APC 123
R 14872 Jazz Keyboard Class 2.00 M 05:35-07:30pm F 337 Woodard P
AFR 223 Jazz Transcription II
PREREQUISITES: AFR 222
14920 Jazz Transcription II 1.00 W 02:30-04:30pm F 418 Woodard P
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AFR 243 Repertory Building
R 14868 Repertory Building 1.00 W 05:00-07:00pm F 342 Allen K
AFR 321 Jazz Studies (Core)
R 14805 Jazz Studies (Core) 3.00 M 07:00-09:50pm F 327 Davis S
AFR 343 Arranging (Jazz)
14918 Arranging (Jazz) 2.00 M 03:30-05:20pm F 420 Woodard P
AFR 481 Ind St in Afr-Amer Mus
15643 Ind St in Jazz Improv 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16138 Ind St in Afr-Amer Mus 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Davis S
CHAMBERS ENSEMBLE & PERFORM ORG
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CPO 405 Music Theater Chorus Lab
R 15386 Mus.Theat.Chorus Lab-MT3 1.00 R 04:20-05:30pm TBA TBA Morris M
R 16305 Mus.Theat.Chorus Lab-MT/AT-1 1.00 T 04:20-05:30pm TBA TBA Morris M
16474 Mus.Theat.Chorus Lab-MT-2 1.00 T 03:05-04:10pm TBA TBA Morris M
16694 Music Theat. Chorus Lab MT4 0.00 TO 1.00 R 03:05-04:10pm TBA TBA Morris M
CPO 421 The Hartt Choral Ensembles
R 16246 The Hartt Chorale 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 04:30-06:30pm KON TBA Bolkovac E
16957 Hartt Camerata 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 02:30-04:30pm F BERK Flores C
R 16958 Hartt Choir 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 04:30-06:30pm F BERK Younse S
17220 Hartt Chamber Choir 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 02:30-04:30pm KON TBA Bolkovac E
(Auditions are required for placement in choral ensembles)
CPO 521 The Hartt Choral Ensembles
R 16247 The Hartt Chorale 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 04:30-06:30pm KON TBA Bolkovac E
16959 Hartt Camerata 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 02:30-04:30pm F BERK Flores C
R 16960 Hartt Choir 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 04:30-06:30pm F BERK Younse S
17221 Hartt Chamber Choir 0.00 OR 1.00 M W 02:30-04:30pm KON TBA Bolkovac E
(Auditions are required for placement in choral ensembles)
ENS 401 Mixed Ensemble
15542 (Classical) 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA F M/A Larson S
TBA F M/A Larson S
18181 (Double Bass) 0.00 TO 1.00 M W 04:00-05:30pm F 163 Black R
R 18182 (Cello) 0.00 TO 1.00 R 06:00-07:00pm F 420 King T
18252 Mixed Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Larson S
ENS 403 Jazz Combo Ensemble
14863 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 343 Reeves N
14864 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T 12:15-01:50pm F 342 Reeves N
R 01:05-01:50pm F 343 Reeves N
14865 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 422 Rozie E
14866 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T 12:15-01:50pm F 410 Rozie E
R 01:05-01:50pm F 410 Rozie E
R 14867 (Guitar Ensemble) 0.00 TO 1.00 T 07:00-09:00pm F 406 Goldstein R
15053 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T 12:15-01:50pm F 343 Davis S
R 01:05-01:50pm F 342 Davis S
15421 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T 12:15-01:50pm F 414 McLean R
R 01:05-01:50pm F 414 McLean R
16071 Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 414 Casey C
16956 Jazz Combo Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T 12:15-01:50pm F 406 Casey C
R 01:05-01:50pm F 406 Casey C
17222 Jazz Combo Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 406 McLean R
R 18183 Jazz Combo Ensemble-Vocal 0.00 TO 1.00 W 07:00-09:00pm F 343 Monteiro-Huelbi
ENS 405 Concert Jazz Ensemble
14914 Concert Jazz Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 10:50-12:00pm F BLISS Casey C
ENS 415 Percussion Ensemble
15422 Percussion Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 M 02:30-04:20pm F BLISS Toth B
F 11:30-01:20pm F BLISS Toth B
ENS 421 Collegium Musicum
15458 Collegium Musicum (Baroque) 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm F 163 Ngai E
ENS 423 Guitar Ensemble
15446 (JR./SR.) 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 01:00-03:00pm F 422 Ladd C
15447 (SOPHOMORE) 0.00 TO 1.00 M 02:30-04:20pm F 422 Ladd C
R 01:00-01:40pm F 418 Ladd C
15448 (FRESHMAN) 0.00 TO 1.00 M 04:00-05:00pm F 109 Ladd C
16961 Guitar Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Ladd C
16962 Guitar Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Ladd C
ENS 427 Contemporary Players
15445 Contemporary Players 0.00 TO 1.00 W F 02:30-04:20pm F BLISS Adsit G
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ENS 501 Mixed Ensemble
14890 (CLASSICAL) 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA F M/A Larson S
TBA F M/A Larson S
18184 (Double Bass) 0.00 TO 1.00 M W 04:00-05:30pm F 163 Black R
R 18185 (Cello) 0.00 TO 1.00 R 05:00-07:00pm F 420 King T
18253 Mixed Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Larson S
ENS 505 Guitar Ensemble
15009 Guitar Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 M 02:30-04:20pm F 107 Provost R
R 01:00-01:40pm F 107 Provost R
16963 Guitar Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Ladd C
ENS 515 Percussion Ensemble
14974 Percussion Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 M 02:30-04:20pm F BLISS Toth B
F 11:30-01:20pm F BLISS Toth B
ENS 521 Collegium Musicum
14993 (Baroque) 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm F 163 Ngai E
ENS 527 Contemporary Players
15203 Contemporary Players 0.00 TO 1.00 W F 02:30-04:20pm F BLISS Adsit G
ENS 531 Special Studies in Ensemble
15114 Special Studies in Ensemble 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Allen L
15550 Special Studies in Ensemble 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
15644 Special Studies in Ensemble 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15651 Special Studies in Ensemble 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
IPO 401 Orchestra
15387 Orchestra 0.00 TO 1.50 T R 01:20-04:00pm F BLISS Zimmerman C
IPO 405 Symphony Band
R 15459 Wind Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 04:20-05:50pm F BLISS Adsit G
R 16964 Symphony Band 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 06:00-07:30pm F BLISS Aubin M
IPO 411 Capitol Winds
R 15512 Capitol Winds 0.00 TO 1.00 W 07:15-09:15pm F BLISS Partridge G
IPO 413 Trombone Ensemble
R 16409 Trombone Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 M 08:30-09:30pm F BLISS Borror R
IPO 501 Orchestra
15007 Orchestra 0.00 TO 1.50 T R 01:20-04:00pm F BLISS Zimmerman C
IPO 505 Symphony Band
R 14821 Symphony Band 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 06:00-07:30pm F BLISS Aubin M
R 16965 Wind Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 T R 04:20-05:50pm F BLISS Adsit G
IPO 511 Capitol Winds
R 15513 Capitol Winds 0.00 TO 1.00 W 07:15-09:15pm F BLISS Partridge G
IPO 513 Trombone Ensemble
R 16410 Trombone Ensemble 0.00 TO 1.00 M 08:30-09:30pm F BLISS Borror R
COMPOSITION
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
COM 111 Composition I
PREREQUISITES: COM 110
15035 Composition I 3.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 422 Gryc S
COM 210 Composition II
PREREQUISITES: COM 111
15060 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Carl R
15061 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Gryc S
15062 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Smith L
15272 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Steen K
16087 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 211 Composition II
PREREQUISITES: COM 210
15059 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Carl R
15063 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Gryc S
15064 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 331 Smith L
15273 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 203 Steen K
16088 Composition II 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 310 Composition III
PREREQUISITES: COM 211
15065 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Carl R
15066 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Gryc S
15067 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Smith L
15274 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Steen K
16089 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
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COM 311 Composition III
PREREQUISITES: COM 310
15068 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Carl R
15069 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Gryc S
15070 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 331 Smith L
15275 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 311 Steen K
16090 Composition III 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 410 Composition IV
PREREQUISITES: COM 311
15071 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Carl R
15072 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Gryc S
15073 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Smith L
15276 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Steen K
16091 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 411 Composition IV
PREREQUISITES: COM 410
15074 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Carl R
15075 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Gryc S
15076 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Smith L
15277 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 331 Steen K
16092 Composition IV 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 462 Music Technology II
15926 Music Technology II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm F 108 Steen K
16375 Music Technology II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 108 Steen K
(Lab fee)
COM 468 Scoring for Film, TV & Video
22775 Scoring for Film, TV & Video 3.00 M 11:30-01:30pm F 108 Turrin J
COM 471 Composers’ Seminar
R 15521 Composers’ Seminar 0.00 W 05:00-06:30pm F 410 Smith L
COM 473 Composer’s Ensemble
R 17223 Composer’s Ensemble 0.50 W 06:30-08:00pm F 410 MacBride D
COM 562 Music Technology II
PREREQUISITES: COM 561
14999 Music Technology II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm F 108 Steen K
16376 Music Technology II 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 108 Steen K
(Lab fee)
COM 571 Composers’ Seminar
R 15024 Composers’ Seminar 0.00 W 05:00-06:30pm F 410 Smith L
COM 580 Independent Study Composition
15077 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Gryc S
15078 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15079 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Smith L
15278 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Steen K
16085 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA MacBride D
COM 581 Independent Study Composition
15080 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15081 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Gryc S
15082 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Smith L
15279 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Steen K
16093 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 610 Advanced Composition
15083 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15084 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Gryc S
15085 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Smith L
15280 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Steen K
16094 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 611 Advanced Composition
15086 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15087 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Gryc S
15088 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Smith L
15281 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Steen K
16095 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
COM 612 Advanced Composition
15089 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Gryc S
15090 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15091 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Smith L
15282 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Steen K
16096 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
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COM 613 Advanced Composition
15092 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Smith L
15093 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15094 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA MacBride D
15095 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Gryc S
15283 Advanced Composition 3.00 TBA F TBA Steen K
COM 667 Computer Music Seminar
PREREQUISITES: COM 561 or COM 562 or COM 566
16966 Computer Music Seminar 3.00 W 11:30-02:00pm F 108 Carl R
COM 668 Scoring for Film, TV, & Video
22788 Scoring for Film, TV, & Video 3.00 M 11:30-01:30pm F 108 Turrin J
COM 680 Independent Study Composition
15096 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Smith L
15097 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Steen K
15098 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Carl R
15099 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
15284 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
COM 681 Independent Study Composition
15100 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
15101 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Carl R
15102 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Smith L
15285 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Steen K
16097 Independent Study Composition 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA F 329 MacBride D
CONDUCTING
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CON 314 Conducting Fundamentals
PREREQUISITES: TH 111
15256 (Non-Music Education) 2.00 MWF 11:30-12:20pm F 342 Aubin M
CON 315 Choral Conducting
PREREQUISITES: CON 314, TH 111, TH 112, TH 210
14880 Choral Conducting 2.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm F 343 Flores C
CON 316 Instrumental Conducting
PREREQUISITES: CON 314, TH 111, TH 112, TH 210
15031 Instrumental Conducting 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 342 Aubin M
CON 481 Independent Study Conducting
PREREQUISITES: CON 314, CON 315, CON 316
15634 Independent Study Conducting 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
16137 Independent Study Conducting 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
CON 513 Special Studies in Conducting
PREREQUISITES: CON 314
15904 SS. in Conducting-Orchestral 2.00 M 12:00-02:30pm F 21 Zimmerman C
16142 Special Studies in Conducting 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
CON 611 Independent Study Conducting
PREREQUISITES: CON 610
15177 Independent Study Conducting 0.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15214 Independent Study Conducting 0.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
15415 Independent Study Conducting 0.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Aubin M
15700 Independent Study Conducting 0.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
CON 621 Choral Cond.Meth.&TechniquesII
PREREQUISITES: CON 315
15468 Choral Cond.Meth.&TechniquesII 2.00 TBA F 411 Bolkovac E
15549 Choral Cond.Meth.&TechniquesII 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
CON 623 Choral Cond.Methods & Tech.IV
PREREQUISITES: CON 315
16257 Choral Cond.Methods & Tech.IV 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
CON 641 Inst.Cond.Methods&TechniquesII
PREREQUISITES: CON 316
R 16110 Inst.Cond.Methods&TechniquesII 2.00 T 08:00-10:00pm F 410 Adsit G
16223 Inst.Cond.Methods&TechniquesII 2.00 R 10:40-11:40am F 422 Zimmerman C
CON 643 Inst.Cond.Method&Techniques IV
PREREQUISITES: CON 316
16224 Inst.Cond.Method&Techniques IV 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
CON 652 Wkshp in Orchestral Conducting
18308 Wkshp in Orchestral Conducting 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
CON 663 Musicianship for Conductors
18309 Musicianship for Conductors 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
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CON 671 Conducting Practicum
18307 Conducting Practicum 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
DANCE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
DFA 121 Classical Ballet I
15388 Classical Ballet I 2.00 M T W R F 08:30-09:59am HPAC S120 Morales H,
Ryder D,
Melady T
(Students must audition before registering.) (Closed to non-majors)
DFA 125 Martha Graham Technique I
15396 Martha Graham Technique I 1.00 M F 01:00-02:29pm HPAC TBA Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 127 Contemporary Dance Forms I
15397 Contemporary Dance Forms I 1.00 T 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S120 Chang L
F 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S125 Chang L
(Closed to non majors)
DFA 131 Ballet Pedagogy II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 130
15244 Ballet Pedagogy II 2.00 W 11:30-12:59pm HPAC S125 Morales H
DFA 133 Pointe I
15760 Pointe I/(Men’s Class) 1.00 T 10:00-11:00am HPAC S120 Morales H,
Campaneria M
W 10:00-11:00am HPAC S134 Morales H,
Campaneria M
(Students must audition before registering.) (Closed to non-majors)
DFA 134 Pilates I
16508 Pilates I 1.00 W 11:30-01:00pm HPAC S120 Hawley K
DFA 150 Improvisation I
15248 Improvisation I 1.00 W 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S120 Weisman B
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 160 Repertory/Performance I
16433 Repertory/Performance I 1.00 M T R F 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S134 Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 161 Repertory/Performance I
PREREQUISITES: DFA 160
15246 Repertory/Performance I 1.00 M T R F 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S125 Nikitina A
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 163 Variations/Pas de Deux I
15398 Variations/Pas de Deux I 0.50 M 10:00-10:59am HPAC S120 Nikitina A
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 166 Production Practicum I
15650 Production Practicum I 0.50 TBA HPAC TBA Lesko E
DFA 167 Production Practicum I
15399 Production Practicum I 0.50 TBA HPAC TBA Lesko E
DFA 169 Dance Ensemble I
15249 Dance Ensemble I 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 170 Dance History I
PREREQUISITES: DFA 131 or DFA 010
15528 Dance History I 3.00 W 01:00-02:29pm HPAC N111 Stevinson K
R 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S100 Stevinson K
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 221 Classical Ballet II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 121
15241 Classical Ballet II 2.00 M T W R F 08:30-09:59am HPAC S134 Morales H,
Moore D,
Nikitina A,
Ryder D,
Campaneria M
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 225 Martha Graham Technique II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 125
15286 Martha Graham Technique II 1.00 R 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S134 Perkins R
F 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S120 Perkins R
(Closed to non-majors)
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DFA 227 Contemporary Dance Forms II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 127
15400 Contemporary Dance Forms II 1.00 M 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S125 Stevinson K
T 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S125 Stevinson K
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 231 Ballet Pedagogy IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 230
15245 Ballet Pedagogy IV 2.00 M 11:30-01:00pm HPAC S125 Morales H
DFA 233 Pointe II
15761 Pointe II (Men’s Class) 1.00 W 10:00-10:59am HPAC S125 Morales H,
Ryder D
F 10:00-10:59am HPAC S134 Morales H,
Ryder D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 250 Elements of Composition
PREREQUISITES: DFA 150
15710 Elements of Composition 2.00 T F 11:30-12:45pm HPAC S134 Stevinson K
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 260 Repertory/Performance II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 161
16105 Repertory/Performance II 1.00 M T R F 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S100 Morales H
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 261 Repertory/Performance II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 260
15401 Repertory/Performance II 1.00 M T R F 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S104 Chang L
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 263 Variations/Pas de Deux II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 163
15247 Variations/Pas de Deux II 0.50 T 10:00-10:59am HPAC S120 Moore D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 266 Production Practicum II
15927 Production Practicum II 0.50 TBA HPAC TBA Lesko E
DFA 267 Production Practicum II
15402 Production Practicum II 0.50 TBA HPAC TBA Lesko E
DFA 269 Dance Ensemble II
15403 Dance Ensemble II 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 270 Dance Kinesiology I
15404 Dance Kinesiology I 3.00 R 10:00-11:15am HPAC S100 Quinn A
F 11:30-12:45pm HPAC S100 Quinn A
DFA 272 Musicianship for Dancers
15762 Musicianship for Dancers 2.00 W 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S125 Reisman L
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 321 Classical Ballet III
PREREQUISITES: DFA 221
15242 Classical Ballet III 2.00 M T W R F 08:30-09:59am HPAC S125 Morales H,
Nikitina A,
Moore D,
Campaneria M
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 325 Martha Graham Technique III
PREREQUISITES: DFA 225
15405 Martha Graham Technique III 1.00 M T 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S134 Chang L
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 327 Contemporary Dance Forms III
PREREQUISITES: DFA 227
15406 Contemporary Dance Forms III 1.00 R 10:00-11:29am HPAC S120 Stevinson K
F 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S134 Stevinson K
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 333 Pointe III
15763 Pointe III (Men’s Class) 1.00 M 10:00-10:59am HPAC S134 Morales H
F 10:00-10:59am HPAC S125 Morales H
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 340 Dance Pedagogy II
PREREQUISITES: DFA 240, EDP 132
15407 Dance Pedagogy II 2.00 R 10:00-11:30am HPAC S125 Lesko E
(Closed to non-majors)
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DFA 360 Repertory/Performance III
PREREQUISITES: DFA 261
16106 Repertory/Performance III 1.00 M T R F 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S120 Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 361 Repertory/Performance III
PREREQUISITES: DFA 261
15408 Repertory/Performance III 1.00 M T R F TBA HPAC S120 Stevinson K
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 363 Variations/Pas de Deux III
PREREQUISITES: DFA 263
15409 Variations/Pas de Deux III 0.50 W 10:00-10:59am HPAC S134 Melady T
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 369 Dance Ensemble III
15410 Dance Ensemble III 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 385 Student Internship
PREREQUISITES: DFA 384
15251 Student Internship 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Campaneria M
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 421 Classical Ballet IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 321
15243 Classical Ballet IV 2.00 M T W R F 08:30-09:59am HPAC S125 Morales H, Nikitina
A, Moore D,
Campaneria M
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 425 Martha Graham Technique IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 325
15411 Martha Graham Technique IV 1.00 M T 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S134 Chang L
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 427 Contemporary Dance Forms IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 426
15412 Contemporary Dance Forms IV 1.00 R 10:00-11:29am HPAC S120 Stevinson K
F 01:00-02:29pm HPAC S134 Stevinson K
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 433 Pointe IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 432
15764 Pointe IV (Men’s Class) 1.00 M 10:00-10:59am HPAC S134 Morales H
F 10:00-10:59am HPAC S125 Morales H
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 440 Issues in Dance Pedagogy
PREREQUISITES: DFA 240, DFA 340, EDP 132
17846 Issues in Dance Pedagogy 1.00 R 01:15-02:29pm HPAC S104 Tattenbaum R
DFA 461 Repertory/Performance IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 460
15601 Repertory/Performance IV 1.00 M T R F 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S120 Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 463 Variations/Pas de Deux IV
PREREQUISITES: DFA 462
15413 Variations/Pas de Deux IV 0.50 W 10:00-10:59am HPAC S120 Melady T
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 469 Dance Ensemble IV
15414 Dance Ensemble IV 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Price D
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 470 Dance Administration
15250 Dance Administration 1.00 W 02:30-04:00pm HPAC S104 Quinn A
(Closed to non-majors)
DFA 481 Independent Study in Dance
15629 Independent Study in Dance 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA HPAC TBA Price D
DFA 485 Student Internship
PREREQUISITES: DFA 484
15471 Student Internship 2.00 TBA HPAC TBA Campaneria M
(Closed to non-majors)
HTD 111 Ballet I
16985 Ballet I 1.00 M W 08:30-09:50am HPAC N125 Perkins R
(Open to MT majors only)
16988 Ballet I 1.00 M W 10:00-11:20am HPAC N125 Perkins R
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HTD 113 Tap I
16981 Tap I 0.50 T R 08:30-09:20am HPAC N125 Perkins R
(Open to MT majors only)
HTD 115 Jazz I
16983 Jazz I 0.50 M W 01:00-02:20pm HPAC N125 Unger L
(Open to MT majors only)
HTD 211 Ballet II
16992 Ballet II 1.00 M W 08:30-09:50am HPAC S104 Moore D
(Open to MT majors only)
16993 Ballet II 1.00 M W 10:00-11:20am HPAC S104 Moore D
HTD 213 Tap II
16987 Tap II 0.50 T R 09:30-10:20am HPAC N125 Perkins R
(Open to MT majors only)
HTD 215 Jazz II
16990 Jazz II 0.50 M W 02:30-03:50pm HPAC N125 Unger L
(Open to MT majors only)
HTD 311 Ballet III
16997 Ballet III 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Perkins R
HTD 313 Tap III
16995 Tap III 0.50 T R 10:30-11:20am HPAC N125 Perkins R
HTD 315 Jazz III
17795 Jazz III 0.50 M W 04:00-05:20pm HPAC N125 Perkins R
DICTION
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
DIC 110 IPA/English Diction
16967 IPA/English Diction 0.50 T R 03:30-04:30pm F 404 Staff
DIC 111 Italian Diction
PREREQUISITES: DIC 110, ITA 110
16306 Italian Diction 0.50 T R 10:50-12:05pm F 414 Rivera W
DIC 310 French Diction I
16434 French Diction I 0.50 T R 08:00-09:25am F 414 Jones K
HISTORY & LITERATURE OF MUSIC
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
HLM 020 Inf.Literacy in Performing Art
16526 Inf.Literacy in Performing Art 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Cook S
HLM 100 Introduction to Music I
14836 Introduction to Music I 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 420 Cutright D
HLM 200 World Music Survey
16968 World Music Survey 3.00 T R 09:20-11:50am H 240 Rauche A
(January 21 - March 11)
CROSSLISTINGS: MUB 200 15693
16969 World Music Survey 3.00 M 08:00-10:20am F 120 Reynolds G
(Music Education students only)
HLM 213 Romanticism-Present
PREREQUISITES: HLM 212, TH 112
14879 Romanticism-Present 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am F BLISS Turner C
HLM 313 Guitar Literature II
19278 Guitar Literature II 1.00 TBA F 109 Schuttenhelm T
HLM 323 Vocal Literature II
PREREQUISITES: HLM 213
16698 Vocal Literature II 2.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 418 Staff
(This section is for undergraduate students only)
HLM 431 Keyboard Literature
PREREQUISITES: HLM 212, HLM 213
14910 Keyboard Literature 3.00 M W 10:30-11:45am F 201 Braus I
HLM 462 History of Music in America
15522 History of Music in America 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm LIB SEM Swanson K
HLM 463 Music Literature of the 20th C
15389 Music Literature of the 20th C 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 410 Schiano M
HLM 471 Seminar in Music History
18083 (Playing Baroque Music) 3.00 T R 09:25-10:40am F 163 Ngai E
HLM 481 Independent Study in Music His
17778 Independent Study in Music His 1.00 TO 3.00 00:00-00:01am TBA TBA Nott K
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CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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HLM 521 Guitar Literature II
19304 Guitar Literature II 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Schuttenhelm T
HLM 523 Vocal Literature II
PREREQUISITES: HLM 213
19291 Vocal Literature II 3.00 T R 02:05-03:20pm F 414 Braus I
(This section is for graduate students only)
HLM 563 Music Literature of 20th Cent.
14923 Music Literature of 20th Cent. 3.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 410 Schiano M
HLM 581 Independent Study in Music
16791 Independent Study in Music 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Turner C
17767 Independent Study in Music 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Braus I
18276 Independent Study in Music 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Ngai E
HLM 591 ST: Guitar Literature
PREREQUISITES: HLM 212, HLM 213
19109 ST: Guitar Literature 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
An overview of the guitar literature written during the Classical, Romantic, and Twentieth-Century. Special emphasis will be place on the
stylistic challenges and appropriate performance practice related to the repertoire.
HLM 611 Grad. Music History Review I
R 18186 Grad. Music History Review I 1.00 W 07:30-09:30pm F 342 Schuttenhelm T
(01/20/10 - 02/17/10)
HLM 612 Grad Music History Review II
R 18187 Grad Music History Review II 1.00 W 07:30-09:30pm F 342 Schuttenhelm T
(02/24/10 - 03/31/10)
HLM 613 Grad Music History Review III
R 18188 Grad Music History Review III 1.00 W 07:30-09:30pm F 342 Schuttenhelm T
(04/07/10 - 04/28/10)
HLM 615 Pro-seminar in Music History
R 16700 Pro-seminar in Music History 3.00 R 05:00-07:20pm LIB SEM Turner C
HLM 670 Seminar in Music History
18086 (Music for Winds) 3.00 M W 10:00-11:15am F 342 Turner C
HLM 671 Seminar Mus. History
R 16699 (Critical Music Editing) 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm LIB SEM Nott K
THEATRE ARTS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
HTA 111 Voice II
PREREQUISITES: HTA 110, HTA 120, HTA 130
15531 Voice II 3.00 T R 08:30-09:50am HPAC N115 Morrison J
(Only open to Hartt Theatre Div. majors)
15532 Voice II 3.00 T R 10:00-11:15am HPAC N115 Morrison J
(Only open to Hartt Theatre Div. majors)
HTA 121 Movement II
PREREQUISITES: HTA 110, HTA 120, HTA 130
15533 Movement II 3.00 M W 08:30-09:50am HPAC S100 Weisfeld J
(Only open to Hartt Theatre Div. majors)
HTA 131 Acting II
PREREQUISITES: HTA 110, HTA 120, HTA 130
15609 Acting II (MT/AT) 3.00 M W 02:30-03:50pm HPAC N115 Moller-Marino D
15610 Acting II (MT/AT) 3.00 M W 03:50-05:10pm HPAC N115 Moller-Marino D
16159 Acting II (MT/AT) 3.00 T R 01:45-03:05pm HPAC N111 Moller-Marino D
HTA 141 Rehearsal and Performance II
PREREQUISITES: HTA 140
15534 Rehearsal and Performance II 1.00 TBA HPAC TBA Markowitz D
(Only open to Hartt Theatre Divison majors)
HTA 201 Text Analysis II
16511 Text Analysis II 2.00 F 12:00-02:00pm HPAC N109 Zimmerman S
HTA 211 Voice IV
PREREQUISITES: HTA 210, HTA 220, HTA 230
15596 Voice IV (AT majors) 3.00 M W 01:00-02:20pm HPAC N111 Davis R
15597 Voice IV (MT majors) 3.00 M W 08:30-09:50am HPAC N109 Davis R
16307 Voice IV (MT majors) 3.00 M W 10:00-11:20am HPAC N109 Davis R
HTA 221 Movement IV
PREREQUISITES: HTA 210, HTA 220, HTA 230
15598 Movement IV 3.00 T R 01:30-02:50pm HPAC N125 Davis A
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HTA 231 Acting IV
PREREQUISITES: HTA 210, HTA 220, HTA 230
15599 Acting IV(AT Majors) 3.00 W F 10:00-11:20am HPAC N111 Watson D
16006 Acting IV(MT Majors) 3.00 T 11:30-12:50pm HPAC N115 Watson D
R 03:00-04:20pm HPAC N115 Watson D
16007 Acting IV(MT Majors) 3.00 W F 08:30-09:50am HPAC N111 Watson D
(Open to Hartt Theatre Divison majors only)
HTA 241 Rehearsal and Performance IV
PREREQUISITES: HTA 240
15600 Rehearsal and Performance IV 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Rust A
(Open to Hartt Theatre Divison majors only)
HTA 305 Study in England
PREREQUISITES: HTA 310, HTA 320, HTA 330
16343 Study in England 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Rust A
The student will travel to England, where they will study with a variety of professionals, usually including actors, directors, and vocal coaches,
continuing their exploration of the works of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. A studio format will be used. Prerequisite: Divisional approval
to study in England, actor training major, junior standing, HTA 330.
HTA 321 Movement VI
PREREQUISITES: HTA 310, HTA 320, HTA 330
R 15681 Movement VI 3.00 M 05:00-07:00pm HPAC N125 Chandler D
(Open to Hartt Theatre Divison majors only)
HTA 325 Movement for Music Theatre Act
16970 Movement for Music Theatre Act 3.00 T R 10:30-11:50am HPAC N125 Davis A
HTA 330 Acting V
PREREQUISITES: HTA 211, HTA 221, HTA 231
16475 Acting V (MT Major) 3.00 M W 11:30-12:50pm HPAC N115 Fonte H
HTA 331 Acting VI
PREREQUISITES: HTA 305, HTA 310, HTA 330
15682 Acting VI (AT Majors) 3.00 T R 01:30-02:50pm HPAC N109 Fonte H
(Open to Hartt Theatre divison majors only)
16008 Acting VI (MT majors) 3.00 M W 11:30-12:50pm HPAC N109 Rust A
HTA 361 Projects II
PREREQUISITES: HTA 360
15683 Projects II 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Davis A
HTA 411 Voice VIII
PREREQUISITES: HTA 305, HTA 310, HTA 321
16370 Voice VIII 2.00 T 12:00-01:00pm HPAC N115 Staff
HTA 412 Acting for the Camera
PREREQUISITES: HTA 331
16971 Acting for the Camera 4.00 F 01:30-04:00pm HPAC N125 Watson D
HTA 441 Rehearsal and Performance VI
PREREQUISITES: HTA 440
15759 Rehearsal and Performance VI 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman S
HTA 451 Career Preparation
PREREQUISITES: HTA 331, HTA 410, HTA 430
16308 Career Preparation (MT) 3.00 M W 10:00-11:20am HPAC N109 Fonte H
16720 Career Preparation 3.00 M W 02:00-03:30pm HPAC N109 Fonte H
HTA 461 Projects IV
PREREQUISITES: HTA 460
16371 Projects IV 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Davis A
LITURGICAL MUSIC
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
CHU 113 Organ Performance Class
PREREQUISITES: CHU 112
14882 Organ Performance Class 0.50 W 01:30-02:30pm F 21 Snyder P
CHU 415 Foundations Organ Performance
16069 Foundations Organ Performance 2.00 F 12:30-02:30pm F 21 Snyder P
CHU 470 History & Design of the Organ
16972 History & Design of the Organ 2.00 F 12:30-02:30pm F 21 Snyder P
CHU 515 Foundations Organ Performance
15719 Foundations Organ Performance 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Snyder P
CHU 560 Organ Literature
15684 Organ Literature 2.00 F 01:30-03:30pm F 21 Staff
CHU 570 History and Design of Organ
16070 History and Design of Organ 2.00 F 10:30-12:30pm F 21 Staff
THE HARTT SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 120 10/6/09 11:48:10 AM
121
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
CHU 613 Church Service Playing
18413 Church Service Playing 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Snyder P
MUSIC EDUCATION
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MEA 101 Voice Class
17702 Voice Class 1.00 T 10:50-12:05pm F 418 Shelley K
MEA 103 Wind Instrument Class
14954 Wind Instrument Class 1.00 M W 11:30-12:20pm F 410 Haston W
(Lab fee)
MEA 201 Brass Class
14818 Brass Class 2.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 343 Aubin M
(Lab fee)
MEA 204 Percussion Class/Vocal
15703 Percussion Class/Vocal 1.00 M 08:30-09:20am F BLISS Mast M
(Lab fee)
MEA 300 WoodwindsII:Flute,Oboe,Bassoon
16695 WoodwindsII:Flute,Oboe,Bassoon 2.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am F 343 Staff
(Lab fee)
MEA 304 String Class & Lab Orchestra
PREREQUISITES: MEA 303
14953 String Class&Lab Orch(non-str) 2.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm F 120 Russell J
(Students registering for lecture section #14953 must also register for lab section #16849)
16248 String Class&Lab Orch(strings) 2.00 TBA F 422 Russell J
(Students registering for lecture section #16248 must also register for lab section #16973)
16849 String Class & Lab Orchestra 0.00 M W 04:00-05:30pm F TBA Russell J
16973 String Class & Lab Orchestra 0.00 M W 04:00-05:30pm F TBA Russell J
(Lab fee)
MEA 308 String Class Vocal
16326 String Class Vocal 1.00 T R 03:15-04:05pm F 120 Russell J
(Lab fee)
MED 304 Secondary Instrumental Methods
PREREQUISITES: MEA 102, MEA 200, MEA 201, MEA 300, MEA 303, CON 314, CON 316
16496 Secondary Instrumental Methods 2.00 T R 09:20-11:25am F 120 Haston W
F 08:30-09:20am TBA TBA Haston W
16974 Secondary Instrumental Methods 0.00 M W 04:15-06:30pm TBA TBA Haston W
(Lab fee)
MED 310 School Choral Program
14845 School Choral Program 3.00 T 12:30-02:45pm TBA TBA Younse S
F 03:00-04:00pm TBA TBA Younse S
(Lab fee)
MED 341 Elementary Vocal Method: 3-6
PREREQUISITES: MED 340
16696 Elementary Vocal Method: 3-6 3.00 M 10:30-11:20am F 120 Milligan S
W F 09:30-11:20am F 120 Milligan S
(Lab fee)
MED 350 Jazz Ensem for Mus Educators
16497 Jazz Ensem for Mus Educators 1.00 R 08:00-09:10am F 343 Haston W
MED 410 Student Internship
PREREQUISITES: MED 310, MED 311
14976 Student Internship 9.00 T 03:00-04:45pm F 342 Reynolds G
MED 501 Teaching Music Early Childhood
R 19317 Teaching Music Early Childhood 3.00 M 05:30-07:50pm F 120 Feierabend L
MED 502 Teach.Music Elementary Grades
R 19330 Teach.Music Elementary Grades 3.00 M 05:30-07:50pm F 120 Feierabend L
MED 511 Psychology of Music
R 16258 Psychology of Music 3.00 W 07:30-10:00pm F 414 Reynolds G
MED 515 Curriculum and Assessment
R 19343 Curriculum and Assessment 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm F 406 Hansen D
MED 520 Music Educ.Research Colloquium
15257 Music Educ.Research Colloquium 0.00 F 01:30-02:30pm LIB SEM Hansen D
MED 551 Independent Study Music Educ.
14931 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Feierabend J
15176 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Hansen D
15179 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Reynolds G
15637 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
21982 Independent Study Music Educ. 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Russell J
THE HARTT SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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122
MED 611 Sem in Music in Gen Educ
16697 Sem in Music in Gen Educ 3.00 M 10:30-11:30am F 120 Feierabend J,
Milligan S
W F 09:30-11:30am F 120 Feierabend J,
Milligan S
(Lab fee)
MED 612 Seminar in Choral Music Educ.
19356 Seminar in Choral Music Educ. 3.00 T 12:30-02:45pm F TBA Younse S
F 03:00-04:00pm F TBA Younse S
MED 613 Seminar Instrumental Music Ed
19369 Seminar Instrumental Music Ed 3.00 M W 04:15-06:30pm F TBA Haston W
T R 09:20-11:25am F TBA Haston W
F 08:30-09:20am F TBA Haston W
MED 621 Research Design MusicEducation
22801 Research Design MusicEducation 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Russell J
MED 651 Indep.Study in Music Education
15159 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Feierabend J
15173 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Reynolds G
15178 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Haston W
16259 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16338 Indep.Study in Music Education 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Hansen D
MUSIC MANAGEMENT
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MUM 221 Music Management: For Profit
PREREQUISITES: MUM 120
R 15232 Music Management: For Profit 3.00 T 04:50-07:20pm F 418 Herman G
R 17224 Music Management: For Profit 3.00 T 07:30-09:50pm F 343 MacHose K
MUM 321 Arts Management Practicum
15233 Arts Management Practicum 3.00 W 10:30-12:20pm F 414 Conley I
MUM 350 Computers and the Arts
PREREQUISITES: CS 110
R 15523 Computers and the Arts 3.00 W 05:00-07:20pm F 420 Ellis R
MUM 420 Internship
PREREQUISITES: MUM 220, MUM 221
15235 Internship 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Conley I
MUM 421 Internship Seminar
PREREQUISITES: MUM 420
15236 Internship Seminar 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Conley I
MUM 440 Fundraising
PREREQUISITES: MUM 220
R 15234 Fundraising 3.00 T 05:00-07:20pm F 414 Davison S
MUM 480 Independent Study
15725 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Conley I
MUM 481 Independent Study
15849 Independent Study 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Conley I
MUS 480 Independent Study in Music
15054 Independent Study in Music 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15652 Independent Study in Music 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Rust A
15720 Independent Study in Music 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Fonte H
MUS 481 Independent Study in Music
15842 Independent Study in Music 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
MUS 591 ST: Graduate Student Forum
15646 ST: Graduate Student Forum 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Metcalfe S
MPT 210 Practicum in Music Production
PREREQUISITES: MPT 110
16327 Practicum in Music Production 2.00 TBA F 345 Kurtz J
MPT 310 Music Production Technology II
PREREQUISITES: MPT 300
15535 Music Production Technology II 4.00 T R 08:00-12:05pm F 334 Kurtz J
(Lab fee)
MPT 315 Electronics for Music Sys. II
16975 Electronics for Music Sys. II 3.00 M W 01:30-02:45pm F 342 Kurtz J
MPT 410 Music Production Techniques II
PREREQUISITES: MPT 400
R 15633 Music Production Techniques II 4.00 M 04:20-09:50pm F 342 Herman G
THE HARTT SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 122 10/6/09 11:48:10 AM
123
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
MPT 420 Music Prod.Sp.Project/Interns
PREREQUISITES: MPT 310
15631 Music Prod.Sp.Project/Interns 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Kurtz J
(Lab fee)
MPT 451 Sound Technology II
15592 Sound Technology II 3.00 T 01:50-04:40pm F 342 Goodell M
15593 Sound Technology II 3.00 R 01:50-04:40pm F 342 Goodell M
15928 Sound Technology II 3.00 F 01:30-04:30pm F 342 Herman G
(Open to Acoustics majors only) (Lab fee)
OPERA/MUSIC THEATRE
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
DRM 121 Acting for Singers II
R 16976 Acting for Singers II 1.00 M 07:30-09:30pm F 163 Kutner M
DRM 221 Acting (for Voice Majors)
PREREQUISITES: DRM 220
R 16977 Acting (for Voice Majors) 1.00 T 07:30-09:30pm F 163 Kutner M
DRM 480 Ind.Study in Music Theater
15685 Ind.Study in Music Theater 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Rust A
16368 (Tap V) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Perkins R
16503 (Tap VI) 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Perkins R
17796 Ind.Study in Music Theater 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Markowitz D
DRM 481 Ind.Study in Music Theater
16133 (Jazz IV) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA TBA STAFF
16134 (Tap IV) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Perkins R
18497 Ind.Study in Music Theater 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Fonte H
DRM 621 Acting
PREREQUISITES: DRM 620
R 16978 Acting 1.00 T 07:30-09:30pm F 163 Kutner M
DRM 646 Technical Laboratory
14813 Technical Lab - Make-up 1.00 TO 2.00 W 01:00-02:00pm F 169 Perlstein M
HTS 140 Stagecraft
18191 Stagecraft (Tech) 1.00 F 09:00-10:00am TBA TBA Markowitz D
(Lab fee)
HTS 141 Stagecraft
18192 (MAKE-UP) 1.00 M 10:15-12:15pm F 169 Perlstein M
18193 (MAKE-UP) 1.00 F 10:15-12:15pm F 169 Perlstein M
18194 (MAKE-UP) 1.00 W 10:15-12:15pm F 169 Perlstein M
(Open to Hartt Theatre Division majors only) (Lab fee)
OPR 161 Opera Stagecraft II
PREREQUISITES: OPR 160
18173 Opera Stagecraft II 1.00 T 02:30-03:20pm F 163 McBride M
R 02:00-03:20pm F 163 McBride M
OPR 261 Acting/Movement for Singers II
PREREQUISITES: OPR 110, OPR 111, OPR 210
19382 Acting/Movement for Singers II 1.00 TBA TBA TBA McBride M
22814 Acting/Movement for Singers II 1.00 T R 03:30-04:45pm F 163 Staff
F 08:30-09:20am F BLISS Staff
OPR 321 Opera Scenes
R 15390 Opera Scenes 2.00 T 04:45-05:30pm F 163 Kosloff D
F 09:30-11:20am F BLISS Kosloff D
F 04:30-06:30pm F 163 Kosloff D
OPR 621 Opera Scenes
14874 Opera Scenes 1.00 T 03:05-05:30pm F TBA Rivera W
W 12:30-04:00pm F 163 Rivera W
R 04:00-05:30pm F TBA Rivera W
RECITALS & COMMITTED PROGRAMS
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
REC 440 Recital
15010 Recital (Instrumental) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
15269 Recital (Vocal) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA F TBA Bolkovac E
15544 Recital (Jazz) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA F TBA Woodard P
15686 Recital (Music Theater) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA F TBA Morris M
15893 Recital (Piano) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
15899 Recital (Guitar/Harp) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Spriestersbach
15991 Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
16072 Recital (AVA/AVN) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
16405 Recital (ADB/AVC) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
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CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 123 10/6/09 11:48:10 AM
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17709 Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
18387 Recital 0.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
REC 441 Committee Program
15017 Committee Program(Instrument.) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
15270 Committee Program (Vocal) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15894 Committee Program (Piano) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
REC 560 MM Recital
15895 MM Recital (Piano) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
15900 MM Recital (Guitar/Harp) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Spriestersbach
15939 MM Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15947 MM Recital (Vocal) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15954 MM Recital (WW, B+P) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
16073 MM Recital (AVA/AVN) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
16273 MM Recital (Orch. Cond.) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Zimmerman C
16401 MM Recital (ADB/AVC) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
REC 561 MM Recital
15896 MM Recital (Piano) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
15901 MM Recital (Guitar/Harp) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Provost R
15940 MM Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15948 MM Recital (WW, B+P) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
15955 MM Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15958 MM Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16074 MM Recital (AVA/AVN) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Caldwell H
16254 MM Recital (Vocal) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
16402 MM Recital (ADB/AVC) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
REC 562 Suzuki Pedagogy Lect. Recital
15970 Suzuki Pedagogy Lect. Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Einfeldt T
REC 563 GPD Recital
15897 GPD Recital (Piano) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
15902 GPD Recital (Guitar/Harp) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Spriestersbach
15941 GPD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15949 GPD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15956 GPD Recital (WW, B+P) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
15959 GPD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16075 GPD Recital (AVA/AVN) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
16403 GPD Recital (ADB/AVC) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
REC 564 GPD Recital
15898 GPD Recital (Piano) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
15903 GPD Recital (Guitar/Harp) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Spriestersbach
15942 GPD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15950 GPD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15957 GPD Recital (WW, B+P) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Toth B
15960 GPD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16076 GPD Recital (AVA/AVN) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
16404 GPD Recital (ADB/AVC) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
REC 660 DMA Recital
14921 Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
15718 Recital (Choral Conducting) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15822 DMA Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15823 DMA Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15824 DMA Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15943 DMA Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15951 DMA Recital 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
REC 661 DMA Recital
14798 Recital (Vocal) 0.00 TO 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
REC 662 DMA Lecture-Recital
15029 Recital (Instrumental) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15271 Recital (Vocal) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
15581 Recital (Instrumental Lecture) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
15944 DMA Lecture-Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15952 DMA Lecture-Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
REC 663 AD Recital
15945 AD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15953 AD Recital (Vocal) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
REC 664 AD Recital
15946 AD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Adsit G
15961 AD Recital (Vocal) 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
18403 AD Recital 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Black R
THE HARTT SCHOOL
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
12145 Schedule S2010.indd 124 10/6/09 11:48:11 AM
125
R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
TEACHING PRINCIPLES
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
TPR 311 Major Instrument Teaching
PREREQUISITES: TPR 310
15204 Major Instrument Teaching 1.00 W 11:30-12:20pm F 144 Francis M
TPR 321 Studio Teaching Principles
PREREQUISITES: TPR 320
17162 Studio Teaching Principles 2.00 T R 03:20-04:30pm F 107 Provost R
TPR 411 Student Private Teaching
PREREQUISITES: TPR 410
14873 Student Private Teaching 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Francis M
TPR 421 Adv.Major Instrument Teaching
PREREQUISITES: TPR 420
15127 (Piano) 1.00 TBA F 140 Westfall D
15155 (Woodwind, Brass&Percussion) 1.00 T 12:10-01:10pm F 420 Spaulding S
16339 Adv.Maj.Instr.Te(Violin/Viola) 1.00 W 11:30-12:20pm F 102 Daetsch M
16395 Adv.Major Instr. Teach(Cello) 1.00 TBA TBA TBA King T
16979 Adv.Major Instr.TeachDoub Bass 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Ford R
TPR 501 Suzuki Pedagogy II
PREREQUISITES: TPR 500
15225 Suzuki Pedagogy AVA-AVN 3.00 T 09:00-12:00pm F 420 Einfeldt T
TPR 503 Suzuki Pedagogy IV
PREREQUISITES: TPR 502
15391 (AVA-AVN) 3.00 T 09:00-12:00pm F 422 Einfeldt T
TPR 516 Suzuki Guitar Pedagogy II
PREREQUISITES: TPR 515
18442 Suzuki Guitar Pedagogy II 3.00 W 09:00-12:00pm F TBA Madsen D
TPR 521 Student Studio Teaching
16340 Stud.Stud.Teach(Violin/Viola) 1.00 TO 4.00 W 11:30-12:20pm F 102 Daetsch M
16517 Student Studio Teaching 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
16599 Student Studio Teaching(Cello) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA King T
16980 Stnd Studio Teach(Double bass) 1.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Powell S
17163 Student Studio Teaching 1.00 TO 4.00 T R 03:20-04:30pm F 107 Provost R
17765 (Woodwinds, Brass&Percussion) 1.00 TO 4.00 T 12:10-01:10pm F 420 Spaulding S
TPR 641 Pedagogy Seminar
PREREQUISITES: TPR 640
14834 Pedagogy Seminar 2.00 W 12:30-02:20pm F 140 Westfall D
TPR 643 Pedagogy Seminar
PREREQUISITES: TPR 640, TPR 641, TPR 642
15258 Pedagogy Seminar 2.00 T 09:30-11:30am F 144 Francis M
TPR 644 Pedagogy Practicum
PREREQUISITES: TPR 640, TPR 641, TPR 642, TPR 643
15972 Pedagogy Practicum 1.00 TBA TBA TBA Westfall D
MUSIC THEORY
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
TH 110 Music Theory Fundamentals
14984 Music Theory Fundamentals 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 406 Ronnevik K
TH 111 Diatonic Harmony
PREREQUISITES: TH 110
14828 Diatonic Harmony 2.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 418 Menhart D
(Open only to BFA Music Theater students or by permission)
14830 Diatonic Harmony 2.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am F 414 Mori A
15856 Diatonic Harmony 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 418 Menhart D
(Open only to BFA Music Theater students or by permission)
TH 112 Chromatic Harmony
PREREQUISITES: TH 111
15237 Chromatic Harmony 2.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am F 410 Mori A
15423 Chromatic Harmony 2.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 414 Mori A
15469 Chromatic Harmony 2.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am F 343 Menhart D
22203 Chromatic Harmony 2.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am F 343 Ronnevik K
TH 121 Elementary Ear Training II
PREREQUISITES: TH 120
14932 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 420 Viragh K
(Open only to BFA Music Theater students or by permission)
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14933 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am F 420 Comiskey A
15238 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am F 422 Comiskey A
15392 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 420 Viragh K
(Open only to BFA Music Theater students or by permission)
15393 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am F 406 Menhart D
15648 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 414 Swanson K
15929 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 02:30-03:20pm F 420 Viragh K
15930 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm F 406 Viragh K
16249 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am F 410 Menhart D
16277 Elementary Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 02:30-03:20pm F 406 Viragh G
TH 131 Theory and Ear Training II
PREREQUISITES: TH 130
15702 Theory and Ear Training II 2.00 W F 11:30-12:45pm HPAC TBA Reisman L
TH 210 Tonal Form
PREREQUISITES: TH 112
15045 Tonal Form 2.00 M W F 10:30-11:20am F 418 Miller L
15046 Tonal Form 2.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm F 418 Miller L
TH 211 Post-Tonal Form
PREREQUISITES: TH 210
14823 Post-Tonal Form 2.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 410 Schiano M
14824 Post-Tonal Form 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 410 Schiano M
TH 221 Intermediate Ear Training II
PREREQUISITES: TH 220
14962 Intermediate Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm F 422 Comiskey A
14963 Intermediate Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 09:30-10:20am F 418 Viragh G
15470 Intermediate Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 404 Rauch B
16309 Intermediate Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am F 420 Comiskey A
17073 Intermediate Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 08:30-09:20am F 422 Viragh G
TH 321 Advanced Ear Training II
PREREQUISITES: TH 320
15687 Advanced Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 12:30-01:20pm F 422 Viragh G
16160 Advanced Ear Training II 2.00 M W F 01:30-02:20pm F 406 Viragh G
TH 331 Keyboard Improvisation
PREREQUISITES: TH 330
16009 Keyboard Improvisation 1.50 W 11:30-01:20pm F 103 MacBride D
TH 332 Continuo Realization
PREREQUISITES: TH 112
15239 Continuo Realization 1.50 R 02:05-03:20pm F 107 Smith R
TH 400 Music Theory Pedagogy
PREREQUISITES: TH 211
18875 Music Theory Pedagogy 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm F 420 Mori A
TH 415 Analysis of Popular Music
PREREQUISITES: TH 112
18888 Analysis of Popular Music 3.00 T R 10:50-12:05pm F 410 Schiano M
TH 441 Music since 1950
R 15628 Music since 1950 3.00 R 07:30-10:00pm F 342 MacBride D
TH 470 Music Theory Seminar
PREREQUISITES: TH 211
R 18901 (The Music of the Beatles) 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm F 418 Schiano M
The seminar will study the music of the Beatles from Please Please Me through Abbey Road and Let It Be. The focus of the study will be
the musical structure of individual songs and the albums as cycles. The recent literature addressing such topics as postmodernism in the
White Album and the semiotics of the earlier music will also be studied. A secure knowledge of tonal harmony and developed aural akills are
preprequisites for sucess in the course as the sources for this music are the recordings.
TH 476 Music Theory Colloquium
16862 Music Theory Colloquium 0.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
(Open only to BMUS Music Theory students)
TH 481 Ind.Study in Music Theory
15116 Ind. Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15514 Ind.Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miler)
15781 Ind.Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15782 Ind.Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
TH 485 Senior Essay
PREREQUISITES: TH 211
15103 Senior Essay 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
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R ϭ Evening Class J ϭ Winterterm
15816 Senior Essay 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15817 Senior Essay 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15818 Senior Essay 2.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
TH 500 Music Theory Pedagogy
18914 Music Theory Pedagogy 3.00 M W F 11:30-12:20pm F 420 Mori A
(Prerequisite: Graduate Music Theory Review Requirement)
TH 551 Music since 1950
R 15043 Music since 1950 3.00 R 07:30-10:00pm F 342 MacBride D
Prerequisite: Graduate Music Theory Review Requirement
TH 570 Music Theory Seminar
R 18927 (The Music of the Beatles) 3.00 T 07:30-10:00pm F 418 Schiano M
The seminar will study the music of the Beatles from Please Please me through Abbey Road and Let It Be. The focus of the study will be
the musical structure of individual songs and the albums as cycles. The recent literature addressing such topics as postmodernism in the
White Album and the semiotics of the earlier music will also be studied. A secure knowledge of tonal harmony and developed aural skils are
prerequisites for success in the course as the sources for this music are the recordings.
TH 581 Ind. St. Mus. Theory
15635 Ind. Study Mus.Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15636 Ind. Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15783 Ind. Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15784 Ind. Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
TH 630 Advanced Score Reading
PREREQUISITES: TH 628
15240 Advanced Score Reading 2.00 M W 08:30-09:20am F 103 Smith L
TH 635 Graduate Form and Analysis
R 15395 Graduate Form and Analysis 3.00 W 07:30-10:00pm F 418 Miller L
Prerequisite: Graduate Music Theory Review Requirement)
TH 645 Graduate Ear Training
R 17068 Graduate Ear Training 3.00 M 04:50-07:20pm F 418 Comiskey A
Prerequisite: Graduate Music Theory Review Requirement
R 23165 Graduate Ear Training 3.00 M 07:30-10:00pm F 418 Viragh G
Prerequisite: Graduate Music Theory Review Requirement
TH 676 Music Theory Colloquium
16863 Music Theory Colloquium 0.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
(Open only to MMUS Music Theory students)
TH 681 Ind.Study in Music Theory
15292 Ind.Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15394 Ind. Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15785 Ind.Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick Miller)
15786 Ind.Study in Music Theory 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
(Registration only with signature of department chair, Patrick MIller)
THESIS, ESSAYS, DISSERTATION
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
TE 410 Senior Project/Essay
16099 Senior Project/Essay 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Nott K
16132 Senior Project/Essay 1.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Cohn S
TE 600 Thesis
15793 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
15794 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
15795 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sellars J
15796 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Carl R
15969 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Schiano M
16122 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Schiano M
16131 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Turner C
16290 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Mori A
16328 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Saunders T
17225 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Hansen D
18275 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Nott K
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TE 601 Thesis
PREREQUISITES: TE 600
14895 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Hansen D
15106 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA F TBA Willheim I
15709 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Schiano M
15797 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Azzara C
15798 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Steen K
15799 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
15800 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
15801 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Sellars J
15802 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Carl R
16124 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Turner C
16524 Thesis 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Mori A
17734 (Master’s Thesis) 2.00 TO 3.00 TBA TBA TBA Staff
TE 640 Doctoral Essay
16396 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
16521 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Braus I
16561 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Mori A
TE 641 Doctoral Essay
PREREQUISITES: TE 640
15020 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA F TBA Carl R
15561 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Schiano M
15647 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Braus I
15906 Doctoral Essay 2.00 TO 4.00 TBA TBA TBA Bolkovac E
TE 660 Dissertation
14908 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA F 402 Saunders T
15841 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA F TBA Azzara C
16391 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Carl R
16456 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
16457 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
16458 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Smith L
TE 661 Dissertation
PREREQUISITES: TE 660
15712 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA MacBride D
16392 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Carl R
16459 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Gryc S
16460 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Smith L
17704 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Hansen D
18126 Dissertation 2.00 TO 6.00 TBA TBA TBA Haston W
MUSICIANSHIP
SUBJ CRSE TITLE
MUS 111 Paranov Performance Hour
14885 Paranov Performance Hour 0.50 R 12:15-01:04pm F M/A Conley I
Fitness & Leisure Classes
First Session: 1/20/10–3/13/10
PE 111 1.0 credit
Aerobic Classes:
16466 Mat Pilates 1.0 MW 10:30-11:30am SPCT Aerobic room
18209 Sttep Aerobics 1.0 MW 12:30-01:30pm SPCT Aerobic room
16467 Mat Pilates 1.0 MW 04:00-05:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
15180 Gut Buster & Sculpting 1.0 MW 06:00-07:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
15424 Yoga 1.0 MW 07:00-08:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
23191 Mat Pilates 1.0 TR 10:30-11:30am SPCT Aerobic room
18211 Mat Pilates 1.0 TR 04:00-05:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
15768 Stretch & Tone 1.0 TR 05:00-06:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
14905 Yoga 1.0 TR 07:00-08:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
Other Classes:
14907 Racquetball 1.0 MW 10:00-11:00am SPCT
14906 Basketball 3x3 1.0 MW 11:30-12:30pm SPCT
15756 Kickboxing 1.0 MW 11:30-12:30pm SPCT Aerobic room
16335 Tae-Kwon-Do 1.0 TR 11:30-12:30pm SPCT Aerobic room
14903 Independent Gym Credit 1.0 TBA TBA SPCT
This class is designed to allow students to fulfill their physical education requirement. Students can set up
times for workouts that will easily fit their schedules.
FITNESS & LEISURE CLASSES
CRN TITLE CREDITS DAYS TIME BLDG ROOM INSTRUCTOR(S)
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Second Session: 3/22/10–5/01/10
Aquatic Classes:
18212 Lifeguard Training 1.0 TR 7:00-8:30pm SPCT Pool
Aerobic Classes:
17266 Mat Pilates 1.0 MW 10:30-11:30am SPCT Aerobic room
17267 Step Aerobics 1.0 MW 12:30-01:30pm SPCT Aerobic room
16468 Mat Pilates 1.0 MW 04:00-05:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
15516 Gut Buster& Sculpting 1.0 MW 06:00-07:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
16109 Yoga 1.0 MW 07:00-08:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
18210 Mat Pilates 1.0 TR 10:30-11:30am SPCT Aerobic room
17268 Mat Pilates 1.0 TR 04:00-05:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
17269 Stretch & Tone 1.0 TR 05:00-06:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
16221 Yoga 1.0 TR 07:00-08:00pm SPCT Aerobic room
Other Classes:
15562 Racquetball 1.0 MW 10:00-11:15am SPCT
15267 Basketball 3x3 1.0 MW 11:30-12:30am SPCT
15757 KickBoxing 1.0 MW 11:30-12:30pm SPCT Aerobic room
16336 Tae-Kwon-Do 1.0 TR 11:30-12:30pm SPCT Aerobic room
14904 Independent Gym Credit 1.0 TBA SPCT
This class is designed to allow students to fulfill their physical education requirement. Students can set up
times for workouts that will easily fit their schedules.
Step Aerobics
The latest in aerobic workout. Participants have their own Reebok step to perform different exercises. Each class starts with elementary
exercises that are gradually increased in difficulty.
Toning Exercises/Gut Buster & Sculpting
A non-aerobic class designed to strengthen and tone major muscles, especially abs, thighs, and buttocks. A warm-up and joint prep are followed
by a variety of exercises using hand-held weights, ankle weights, and dynabands-tubing with stretching for flexibility. A great supplement to an
aerobic workout.
Yoga
Yoga is designed to warm, strengthen, tone, loosen and revitalize your body and relax your mind. You will learn how to increase your energy and
flexibility and reduce stress.
TAE-KWON-DO
TAE-KWON-DO is an ancient Korean art of self defense. This course is designed for all levels of ability. Form, basic skills and sparring
techniques will be taught.
Kick Boxing
This class is a real knockout. It contains kicks, blocks, and punches along with jabs, cross hand hooks and roundhouse kicks. The class will make
your heart pound and eyes buldge.
All Fitness and Leisure courses have lab fees, contact the Bursar’s Office for lab fee amounts. For more information regarding
location, time and days, please contact the sports center at x5050.
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The Center for Professional Development is a community outreach
service of the University of Hartford.
CAREER COUNSELING
Whether you are looking for a change in career, trying to advance in
a rapidly changing workplace, deciding on educational plans, need-
ing help with a job search, or trying to map out a career direction
for yourself, our career counseling services can help. Our highly
trained, experienced staff provides individual and group career
counseling to women and men of all ages and backgrounds from
across Connecticut.
Visit our website at www.hartford.edu/cfpd. Director of Career
Counseling: Eleta Jones, PhD, 860.768.5619.
INDIVIDUAL CAREER COUNSELING
Career counseling gives you the opportunity to focus on career
issues of concern to you. You will meet with the same career coun-
selor for as many one-hour sessions as you choose. Our career
counselors guide you through a process of self-assessment, goal set-
ting, and action planning using a variety of assessment tools, includ-
ing the Strong Interest Inventory® (SII) and the Myers-Briggs Type
Indicator® (MBTI). Help with networking and job search strategies,
writing an effective résumé, and sharpening interviewing skills is also
available. To facilitate your decision making, we have a well-stocked
library of career and educational information. A sliding fee scale
and financial assistance are available for those in need. Fees for
counseling are $90 per hour and $45 per assessment inventory. Call
for details about our special lower cost career counseling packages.
Daytime and evening appointments are available. Telephone counsel-
ing is also available.
To schedule an appointment, call 860.768.5619.
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Registered trademarks of Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc.
Free Information Sessions
Hour-long information sessions are held twice a month at the Center
for Professional Development. In each session, participants will learn
about the career planning/job advancement services and other ser-
vices available for adults at the Center for Professional Development.
At each session, a professional career counselor will also talk about
one of these three topics: Effective Job Search Strategies, Writing a
Résumé That Gets Noticed, or Strategies for Successful Interviewing.
To see a schedule of dates and topics, visit the Center’s website at
www.hartford.edu/cfpd. Pre-registration for each session is pre-
ferred. Call 860.768.5619. Walk-ins are welcome.
Institute for Leadership & Talent Management
This Institute offers a series of seminars intended to enhance orga-
nizational effectiveness by preparing managers and emerging leaders
to motivate, inspire, respond and work with people to build a strong
workforce. The seminars also prepare human resources profes-
sionals to be leaders in planning and implementing strategies for
developing and retaining talent. Individuals may enroll in seminars
of interest or may complete specified seminars for a “Certificate in
Leadership Excellence”, a “Certificate in Effective Management” and/
or a “Certificate in Talent Development & Retention”. For informa-
tion, call 860.768.5632 or visit our website www.hartford.edu/
cfpd. Director of the Institute: Eleta Jones, PhD, 860.768.5632.
THE ENTREPRENEURIAL CENTER and its
SBA* WOMEN’S BUSINESS CENTER
*Small Business Administration
The Entrepreneurial Center
Founded in 1985, The Entrepreneurial Center helps people start and
grow small businesses. Located on the University’s Asylum Avenue
Campus, The Center offers several Kauffman Foundation FastTrac
entrepreneurial training programs: First Step FastTrac (12 sessions,
once weekly)—target client: pre-venture/start-up; FastTrac New
Venture (10 sessions, once weekly)—target client: in-business for
three years or less; and FastTrac Growth Venture (10 sessions, once
weekly)—target client: in-business for three years or more and
growing. Each model offers a team approach of a facilitator leading
the session, a business coach per breakout group and a client ser-
vices coordinator to assist with logistics. Guest speakers are also fea-
tured in the programs. The acclaimed Kauffman model is designed to
provide entrepreneurs with all the information needed to run a small
business, presenting a no-nonsense approach and hands-on method-
ology in all aspects of running a business. The Center coaches clients
through the loan application process, reviews business plans and
financial projections, and refers clients to appropriate lenders and
loan guarantee programs.
The Entrepreneurial Center works with traditional lenders, such as
local and regional banks, as well as alternative lenders. The Center
partners with loan guarantee programs such as the Connecticut
Development Authority’s URBANK Entrepreneurial Loan Program.
One-on-one business counseling is offered to both existing and
start-up entrepreneurs. Financial assistance is available for income-
eligible individuals.
The SBA Women’s Business Center, a program of The Entrepreneurial
Center, provides support to owners of start-up and established
businesses:
• One-on-one business counseling enabling the owner to make
informed decisions about which program opportunities should be
undertaken
• Business forums and workshops covering the broad spectrum of
business issues
• Access to all SBA business programs from government contracting
to set-aside programs
• Access to SBA loan programs, including the Patriot Express loan
for veterans.
For information on all our programs, call 860.768.5681 or visit
our website at www.hartford.edu/ec.
Sandra Cahill, Director, SBA Women’s Business Center
Lacey Banks, Business Advisor
Terry Funke, Office Manager
Kit Webb, IT Assistant
E-mail: entrectr@hartford.edu
Center for Professional Development
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YOUTH WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMS
The I.T. (Information Technology) Community Support Project (ITCSP)
provides year-round, after school and summer technology training in a
wide range of advanced “I.T.” topics including software development,
game creation, web design, networking, A+, communications, animation
and digital media for Hartford youth in grades 7-12. Informal learn-
ing activities are integrated with service learning, career development,
mentoring by local I.T. professionals and opportunities to explore higher
education in STEM fields.
As participants gain skills, they complete information technology extern-
ships in small businesses and local non profits. Students also participate
on the Leadership Team and become a part of “OUR-I.T.”, in which
youth collaborate and co-create a community-based, technology support
center. In “OUR-I.T.” youth complete short term work projects, such as
creating a web site, or setting up wireless networking, after which they
receive stipends. While adults assist as resource persons and facilitators,
a core operating principle of the ITCSP is that increasing intrinsic mo-
tivation is tied to career success and is also increased through integrat-
ing youth ownership in the project. Therefore, youth drive the focus of
everything from learning modules to “OUR IT” through their outcomes,
feedback, strong interests, strengths, leadership, motivation and skills.
The ITCSP is funded by the National Science Foundation through
February 2010. Additional funding for the program has been provided
by the Aetna Foundation, Hartford Courant Foundation and the Long
Foundation. Current collaborators include Leadership Greater Hartford
and a large group of externship providers and work sites.
The I.T. Community Support Project is committed to ensuring Hartford
youth are provided the necessary experiences to equip them to enter the
future I.T. workforce. For more information, contact: Colleen Kruger,
MEd, Project Director, 860.768.5634 or visit www.our-it.org.
CHILD-CARE TRAINING PROGRAM
In collaboration with Connecticut Charts-a-Course, the Child Care pro-
gram offers all four modules of the Connecticut Charts-a-Course train-
ing program. This includes 120 hours of training in the areas of safety,
health, learning environments, curriculum, child development, literacy
training, staff issues, individual assessment, positive guidance techniques,
special needs, and professional growth. This program includes education
requirements for the Child Development Associates Credential (CDA)
application, offered through the Council for Professional Recognition,
Washington, D.C. Director of Child Care Training, Cheryl Cabaniss,
860.768.5629.
CONTINUING AND PROFESSIONAL
EDUCATION
The Continuing and Professional Education program of the Center for
Professional Development provides educational opportunities for adults
seeking to advance their careers and gain new skills, and for profes-
sionals seeking to remain current in their fields. In addition to providing
professional training and other noncredit educational opportunities
for individuals, the program also offers customized and on-site train-
ing for businesses, government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and
educators. Our education and training programs include Construction
Institute workshops and courses, and seminars for personal and profes-
sional development. All of our programs are held on the historic Asylum
Avenue campus in the west end of Hartford.
Most workshops and trainings are held at the University of Hartford, its
Asylum Avenue campus, or the Handel Performing Arts Center, and can
also be delivered directly to companies in person or through real time
“Webinars”. Trainings may also be presented as Videoconferences to
reach multiple locations when transportation and time considerations
make it desirable to train two or more groups in different locations
at one time. Exam proctoring services can be arranged upon request.
Throughout the year, selected trainings are also offered at multiple loca-
tions throughout the state of Connecticut.
We are an approved State of Connecticut Department of Education CEU
(Continuing Education Unit) Provider, American Institute of Architects
Approved Provider of Learning Units, and New York State Society
of Professional Engineers PDH (Professional Development Hours)
Provider. We are also an approved provider for the State of Connecticut
Department of Consumer Affairs and One Stop Job Centers.
To learn more about customized or job specific training, contact
Director of Continuing Education, Colleen Kruger, MEd 860.768.5634,
kruger@hartford.edu.
CONSTRUCTION INSTITUTE PROFESSIONAL
EDUCATION
In collaboration with the Construction Institute, the Continuing Education
Program offers short courses and workshops for those in construction
professions and trades, including contractors, architects, engineers,
lawyers, estimators, managers, plumbers, electricians, facility managers,
project managers, and others. The Construction Institute of the University
of Hartford is a membership association which serves all segments of the
construction and facilities management industries. Its purpose is to im-
prove the effectiveness, health and vitality of the construction industry in
Connecticut through education programs, information sharing, research
and collaboration.
Construction Institute workshops and seminars provide relevant, hands-
on training, offering up to date information in a variety of construction-
related fields, led by experienced and knowledgeable professionals who
are expert in their respective disciplines. Two certificate programs are
offered: the Certificate in Construction Management, and the Certificate
in Facilities Management. In 2010 we will launch mini-certificates in
Sustainability, Integrated Project Delivery and Construction Technologies,
as well as Advanced Certificates in Construction and Facilities
Management. Most Construction Institute Professional Education
workshops, seminars and short courses are approved for American
Institute of Architects (AIA) Learning Units, and New York State Society
of Professional Engineers Professional Development Hours (PDH).
Documentation of our continuing education programs in order to meet
requirements of additional industry professional associations can be
provided upon completion of single trainings or certificates. All partici-
pants in good standing receive a certificate of completion at the end of
each education program.
OSHA certificate programs (10, 15 and 30 hour) are also available
and are offered throughout the year in response to participant re-
quests. License and Exam preparation training classes are available for
Stationary Engineers, and LEED.
All Construction Institute professional education programs can be
presented on-site at your own place of business. Custom designed train-
ing is available to meet the specific needs of your employees. Existing
workshops can also be modified to meet your training needs. Webinars
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and videoconferences are options for electronic delivery of professional
education to staff. These make it possible for firms to increase partici-
pation while saving travel costs and staff time. Professional Education
discounts are available to Construction Institute members and group
rates can be arranged for multiple registrations for both member and
non member firms.
A comprehensive training curriculum for Minority and Small Contractors
is available to present on site for any organization that wishes to encour-
age minority and small contractor participation in their bid process. This
series of interactive workshop trainings addresses topics such as estimat-
ing, blueprint reading, responding to proposals, documenting educa-
tion and government contracts, insurance and bonding, risk, financial
management and small business management. The topics center around
a real-world construction project as a case study and participants learn
hands-on skills to improve their response to larger government and
education requests for proposals. Significant time is taken to address
documentation requirements, forms, terms, process and techniques in
each topic area. Complete materials and suggested resources are pro-
vided for each education program or series.
Sponsorships are available for individual professional education train-
ings, OHSA certificate training and Minority and Small Contractor
Training. Contact Colleen Kruger if your firm would like to sponsor a
selected training, a training series, or the twice annual course catalog.
Contact Colleen Kruger, Director of Professional Education at
860.768.5634, kruger@hartford.edu, for more information about
Construction Institute Professional Education, Certificate Programs, and
the Minority and Small Contractor Training.
The Hartt School Community Division is the noncredit component of
the University of Hartford’s Hartt School. For 85 years, the Community
Division (formerly the Julius Hartt School of Music) has offered top-
quality music and dance instruction to individuals of all ages and abili-
ties. The Community Division also offers a roster of enrichment classes
for adult and lifelong learners.
Whatever your level, beginner, intermediate or advanced, we can give you
that specialized instruction to further your interest, hobby, or dedication
to the arts. We have dance classes in many areas including ballet, jazz,
tap, Pilates, yoga, salsa, ballroom, and many others. Adults may try a
class for free and get fit as they become more involved; flexible payment
options are available.
Private music lessons are available in most instruments with a classical
foundation as the focus. Contact us for details on current openings and
faculty availability.
Students in The Hartt School Community Division share in many advan-
tages of University life, including use of Hartt’s music library and special
discounts to events on campus. For more information, contact us at
860.768.4451, harttcomm@hartford.edu, or visit our website at
www.hcd.hartford.edu.
Hartt School Community Division
The Gray Conference Center provides space for lectures, training, con-
tinuing education, professional development seminars and all styles of
social gatherings!
The Conference Center is an excellent location for any conference, cor-
porate retreats or special events. The conference center is located in the
Harry Jack Gray Center which has a 225 seat state of the art auditorium,
four seminar rooms that seat up to 50 guests, five break out rooms that
seat 8 guests and the 1877 Club Restaurant (also open to the public!)
that accommodates up to 150 guests.
Summer Housing is available June 1st through July 31st for camps,
corporate interns, retreats and more! We offer a wide variety of basic
dormitory living to full apartment living.
All these facilities are available to all the schools and colleges of
the University, local area businesses which serves as a significant
vehicle for outreach to Hartford and New England. For further
information, contact: Michael Sacharko, sacharko@hartford.edu,
860.768.4996 or 860.768.4951,or visit us on the web at
www.grayconferencecenter.com.
Gray Conference Center
The Engineering Applications Center (EAC) is a resource center pro-
viding industries with cost-effective technical support to generate new
technologies for their processes and products. In addition to specific
technical and project support, activities include application projects,
customized industry seminars, short courses, and training programs.
Project teams of faculty, staff and advanced students work both on an
ongoing basis with corporate affiliates and on specific projects with
independent organizations. The Center provides services on-site at a
client’s facilities and at the Center’s own well equipped laboratories,
located on the University of Hartford campus. The Center has received
widespread recognition for work done in the areas of Acoustics,
Biomechanics, Mechatronics, Manufacturing, Product Design and
Environmental Engineering. The Center has undertaken several research
projects on “Laser Processing” with the Connecticut Center for Advanced
Technology. A number of local industries, such as Pratt & Whitney,
Hamilton Sundstrand, OTIS Elevator, Carrier Corporation, Sikorsky
Aircraft, Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, Gerber Systems,
and Wiremold Company have affiliated with the EAC.
The EAC is open to all industrial and professional organizations requiring
the Center’s specialized resources. Organizations desiring affiliation with
the Engineering Applications Center must be interested in a long term
relationship that is mutually beneficial to both the Center and the affiliate
organization.
For further information about the center’s activities, call Professor
Thomas Filburn at 860.768.4629 or 860.768.4843, Fax
860.768.5073.
Engineering Applications Center
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The President’s College – Education for a Lifetime
The President’s College, a program of the University
of Hartford Libraries, aims to create an extended
community of thinking people dedicated to the
importance of the life of the mind. By offering a wide
range of activities, The President’s College allows its
participants to explore significant topics at a high
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‹ The Operas of Giuseppe Verdi. The latest and greatest
of Connecticut Opera’s artistic directors, Willie Anthony
Waters, explores the full range of Verdi’s achievement
from his early operas to the masterpieces of his later years.
‹ The English Musical Tradition. One of the finest
interpreters of English Music, conductor Michael Lankester,
examines 500 years of the English musical tradition from
the Elizabethans to Delius, Elgar, Holst and beyond.
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University of Hartford, Student Health Services
200 Bloomfield Avenue ◆ West Hartford, CT 06117 ◆ Phone: 860.768.6601 Fax: 860.768.5140
IMMUNIZATION RECORD
Name
UHA ID # SS #
Date of birth: Male Female
Student # (Cell)
Status: Will be living in campus housing? Ⅺ Yes Ⅺ No
Address: Street:
City:
State: Zip
Phone (Home)
Date Entering University:
Ⅺ Full time Ⅺ Part-Time Ⅺ Graduate Program Ⅺ Freshman Ⅺ Sophomore Ⅺ Junior Ⅺ Senior
Measles vaccine: First dose must have been administered on or after the student’s first birthday, AND must
have been administered on or after 1/1/69. The second dose must have been administered on or after 1/1/80.
(Exempt if born before 12/31/56)
Mumps vaccine: Must have been administered on or after the student’s first birthday.
Rubella (German measles) vaccine: Must have been administered on or after the student’s first birthday.
Disease history IS NOT acceptable. Laboratory evidence of an immune titer is acceptable.
▼ REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS

This section must be completed by either a physician or someone operating under the direction of a
physician, i.e., school nurse, PA, APRN. Record of Immunizations (month/day/year)
Disease History
IS NOT acceptable
1st dose
(or 1st MMR)
2nd dose
(or 2nd MMR)
Lab evidence of immunity—titer is acceptable
Date of test Titre Results
Measles
Mumps
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Meningitis Vaccine
Required for all students living in campus housing
Date:
Tuberculosis Screening: (BCG Vaccine is not a contraindication to testing.)
Ⅺ PPD (M antoux) Date: / / Results: Ⅺ Negative Ⅺ Positive Induration mm
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Ⅺ If positive PPD, treatment with Dates:
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Name: Signature:
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NOTIFICATION OF SPECIAL MEDICAL CONSIDERATIONS: in an effort to be productively responsive to students
needs, the University Health Services would like to be alerted to any special medical conditions or concerns that
may require special attention or care. Please attach or forward any medical records that may be needed in order to
provide appropriate care to this student while they are at college. Also, since we cannot automatically assume re-
sponsibility for a student’s care without their willing participation, please instruct them to contact the Student Health
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Students pay for medications and/or laboratory services done on site. Fees are payable at the time of ser-
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comply with The State of Connecticut’s Department of Public Health’s mandate.
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To reduce unnecessary paper copies, please do not mail and fax—only send one completed copy.
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MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SAT.
8:00 8:00 8:00 8:00
8:30 8:30 8:30
9:00
9:15 9:15 9:15 9:15
9:20 9:25 9:20 9:25 9:20
9:30 9:30 9:30
10:20 10:20 10:20
10:30 10:40 10:30 10:40 10:30
10:50 10:50
11:20 11:20 11:20
11:30 11:30 11:30
12:05 12:05
12:15 12:15
12:20 12:20 12:20 12:30
12:30 12:30 12:30
Meeting Meeting
Time Time 1:00
1:20 1:20 1:20
1:30 1:30 1:30
1:55 1:55
2:05 2:05
2:20 2:20 2:20
2:45 2:45
2:55 2:55
3:20 3:20
3:30 3:30
4:10 4:10 4:10
1:30
4:30
4:45 4:45
5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00 5:00
7:20 7:20 7:20 7:20 7:20
7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30 7:30
9:50 9:50 9:50 9:50 9:50
STUDENT WORKSHEET UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD SCHEDULING OFFICE
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Academic Calendar 4
Academic Express 29
Accounting 72
Admission Information 16
African American Studies 41
All-University Curriculum 33
Art History 41
Arts and Sciences, College of 41
Audit Policy 10
Barney School of Business 70
Biology 42
Bookstore 15
Center for Professional Development 131
Center for Reading and Writing 37
Certificate Programs 20
Chemistry 44
Cinema 45
Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology 91
Clinical Psychology 46
Communication 47
Computer Science 50
Credit by Examination 18
Drama 51
Economics 73
Education, Nursing and Health Professions, College of 83
Engineering Application Center 133
Engineering, Technology and Architecture, College of 93
English 52
English As A Second Language 37
Finance and Insurance 74
Gender Studies 55
Graduate Programs 21
Hartford Art School 103
Hartt School Community Division 133
Hartt School, The 108
Health Science 91
Hillyer College 78
History 55
Honors 57
How to Read Course Schedule 28
Multimedia Web Design and Development 39
Judaic Studies 58
Learning Plus 15
Libraries 15
Management 76
Marketing 77
Mathematics 58
MBA Courses 71
Modern Languages and Cultures 53
Nursing 88
Parking Fee 13
Philosophy 60
Physical Education Courses 128
Physical Therapy 89
Physics 61
Politics and Government 62
President’s College 134
Psychology 63
Radiologic Technology 92
Registration Summary 8
Religious Studies 70
Respiratory Care 93
Rhetoric and Professional Writing 66
Saturdayterm 29
Sociology 68
Sports Center 18
Student Resource Centers 15
Telephone Numbers 3
Tuition and Fees 12
Undergraduate Programs 19
University Studies 33
Index
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Off Campus Locations
Driving Directions from the University of Hartford main campus to:
• Handel Performing Arts Center, 35 Westbourne Parkway, Hartford, CT (5 minutes)
1. Exit campus at the main entrance and take a LEFT onto Bloomfield Avenue (Route 189).
2. In half a mile, bear LEFT at the traffic light onto Route 44.
3. In a quarter mile (third set of traffic lights after turning onto Route 44), turn LEFT
onto Westbourne Parkway.
4. The main parking area is on the LEFT.
• Hartford Hospital, 80 Seymour Street, Hartford, CT (10 minutes)
1. Make a LEFT out of the University at the light onto Bloomfield Avenue (CT-189)
and continue for 0.5 miles.
2. Bear LEFT onto Albany Avenue (US-44); continue for 0.2 miles.
3. Make a RIGHT onto Terry Road; continue for 0.6 miles.
4. Make a LEFT onto Asylum Avenue; continue for 1.6 miles.
5. Asylum Avenue becomes Asylum Street; continue 0.2 miles.
6. Turn RIGHT onto Ford Street; continue 0.1 miles.
7. Ford Street becomes Jewell Street; continue less than 0.1 miles.
8. Bear RIGHT onto Trinity Street; continue 0.2 miles.
9. Continue on Washington Street; continue 0.8 miles.
10. Turn LEFT onto Retreat Avenue; continue 0.1 miles.
11. Turn LEFT onto Seymour Street; continue 0.1 miles.
12. End at 80 Seymour Street on the LEFT.
• Soundbridge School, 123 Progress Drive, Wethersfield, CT (20 minutes)
1. Make a LEFT out of the University at the light onto Bloomfield Avenue (CT-189)
and continue for 0.5 miles.
2. Bear LEFT onto Albany Avenue (US-44); continue for 2.5 miles.
3. Turn LEFT at Morgan Street South; continue for approximately 0.2 miles.
4. Take the ramp to I-91 South and merge onto I-91 South.
5. Continue on I-91 South for approximately 2 miles.
6. Take Exit 28 to merge onto CT-15/US-5 South toward Berlin Turnpike/Wethersfield/
Newington and follow for 2.7 miles.
7. Exit onto Berlin Turnpike (CT-15 S/US-5 S) and follow for 1.2 miles.
8. Take the CT-175 E exit toward Wethersfield.
9. At end of exit, turn RIGHT at East Cedar Street (CT-175) and follow for
0.2 miles.
10. Turn LEFT onto Progress Drive.
• Saint Joseph College, 1678 Asylum Avenue, West Hartford, CT (4 minutes)
1. Make a LEFT out of the University at the light onto Bloomfield Avenue (CT-189)
and continue for 0.5 miles.
2. Turn RIGHT onto Albany Avenue (US-44); continue for 0.4 miles.
3. Turn LEFT onto Whetton Road; continue 0.6 miles.
4. Turn RIGHT onto Asylum Avenue; continue 0.3 miles.
5. End at 1678 Asylum Avenue on the RIGHT.
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• Saint Francis Hospital, 114 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT (4 minutes)
a e k a M . 1 LEFT out of the University at the light onto Bloomfield Avenue (CT-189)
and continue for 0.5 miles.
2. Bear LEFT onto Albany Avenue (US-44); continue for 0.9 miles.
3. Turn RIGHT onto Woodland Street; continue 0.5 miles.
4. End at 114 Woodland Street on the LEFT.
From Albany and points west
Follow Route 90 East (New York Thruway
and Massachusetts Turnpike) to I-91
(Exit 4 off Mass. Pike). Travel I-91 South
into Connecticut. Take Exit 35B and turn
right at the end of the ramp onto Route
218 West.*
From Boston and points northeast
Follow Route 90 West (Massachusetts
Turnpike) to I-84 (Exit 9). Travel I-84
West and take Exit 61 onto I-291 West.
Follow I-291 to Exit 1 (Route 218) and
turn left at the end of the ramp onto Route
218 West.*
From Long Island
Take the Throgs Neck Bridge to
Hutchinson River Parkway and exit onto
I-684 North. Travel I-684 to I-84 East and
follow into Connecticut. Take Exit 41 and
turn left onto South Main Street.**
From New Haven
Travel I-91 North to Exit 32A, which will
put you briefly onto I-84 West, where you
should get in the right-most lane. Take
Exit 48 and, at the light, turn right onto
Asylum Avenue.***
From New Jersey and points south
Take the Tappan Zee Bridge East (I-287)
to I-684 North to I-84 East. Follow I-84
into Connecticut. Take Exit 41 and turn
left onto South Main Street.**
From New York City
Travel I-95 (Cross-Bronx Expressway) to
Hutchinson River Parkway and exit onto
I-684 North. Travel I-684 to I-84 East and
follow into Connec ticut. Take Exit 41 and
turn left onto South Main Street.**
From Springfield, Mass., and Vermont
Travel I-91 South to Exit 35B and turn
right at the end of the ramp onto Route
218 West.*
From Southeastern Connecticut and
Southern Rhode Island
Travel I-95 to Route 2 West to I-84 West.
Take Exit 48 and, at the light, turn right
onto Asylum Avenue.***
From Providence
Travel Route 6 West to Route 384 West to
I-84 West. Take Exit 48 and, at the light,
turn right onto Asylum Avenue.***
* Directions from Exit 35B, I-91, and
from Exit 1, I-291
Travel Route 218 West approximately
4 miles, passing a major shopping center on
the left, to the junction of Routes 218 and
189. Take a left onto Bloomfield Avenue
(Route 189) and proceed to the University
of Hartford entrance 2 miles on the left.
To Asylum Avenue campus: Proceed past
main campus for a half-mile and take a left
onto Albany Avenue (Route 44). At the
next light, take a right onto Scarborough
Street and then a left at the next traffic
light onto Asylum Avenue. The campus
is a quarter-mile on the right.
** Directions from Exit 41, I-84
Follow South Main Street, turning into
North Main Street, approximately 3.5
miles to its junction with Route 44. Turn
right onto Albany Avenue (Route 44)
and travel 1.7 miles to its intersection
with Route 189. Take a sharp left onto
Bloom field Avenue (Route 189) and
follow a half-mile to the University
entrance on the right.
To Asylum Avenue campus: Follow South/
North Main Street 3.1 miles to its
intersection with Asylum Avenue. Turn
right onto Asylum and follow 2.1 miles
to campus on the right.
*** Directions from Exit 48, I-84
Travel west on Asylum Avenue for
approximately 1.5 miles. (Asylum Avenue
has reversible travel lanes. Stay out of any
lane marked with a red X). Take a right
onto Scarborough Street. At the end of
Scarborough, take a left onto Albany
Avenue (Route 44). After less than a
quarter-mile, bear right onto Bloomfield
Avenue (Route 189). Proceed to the
University entrance a half-mile on
the right.
To Asylum Avenue campus: Travel Asylum
Avenue 1.2 miles to the campus on the left.
Public Transportation
Bradley International Airport in Windsor
Locks (17.5 miles from campus) serves the
Greater Hartford region. Union Station in
downtown Hartford (3 miles from campus)
is the area’s transportation center for train
and bus service, offering connections to
MetroNorth rail service in New Haven.
Taxi service is readily available between
the University, downtown, and Bradley
International Airport.

Connecticut Transit Route 56 (B, D, and
F) provides local bus service between the
University and downtown Hartford with
connections to other neighboring towns and
Bradley International Airport. Te bus stop
for inbound service to downtown is located
on campus. Outbound routes drop of at the
front of campus on Bloomfeld Avenue.
DIRECTIONS TO THE UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD
The University of Hartford is easily accessible from I-84 and I-91.
1 Bates House
OfficeofAdmissionandStudentFinancial
Assistance
2 Beatrice Fox Auerbach Computer and
Administration Center (CC)
AdministrativeOffices
CenterforGraduateandAdult
AcademicServices
ContinuingandProfessional
EducationPrograms
InformationTechnologyServices
OfficeofSummerandWinterPrograms
President’sOffice
StudentAdministrativeServices
Center(SASC)
Bursar
Registrar
Integrated Science, Engineering, and
Technology Complex (ISET)
3 United Technologies Hall (UT)
CollegeofEngineering,Technology,and
Architecture(CETA)
4 Charles A. Dana Hall (D)
HealthProfessionsandPhysicalTherapy
Departments,ENHP
MaliLectureHalls
Math,Physics,andComputer
ScienceDepartments,CAS
MultimediaWebDesignandDevelopment
UniversityStudies
5 Biology-Chemistry Building (BC)
BiologyandChemistry
Departments,CAS
ClinicalLaboratoryScience,
ENHP
EnvironmentalEngineering
Laboratory,CETA

6 Hartford Art School (V)
KriebleCeramicsCenter
RenéeSamuelsCenter
DonaldandLindaSilpeGallery
StanleySculptureStudio
CarolJoseloffTaubHall
7 University Commons (UC)
BankofAmericaATM
ConnectionsHealthEducationCenter
Hawk’sNestRestaurant
OfficeofCommunication
EditorialServices
MarketingCommunications
MediaRelations
ResidentStudents’DiningHall
Women’sCenter
WSAM-AMRadio
8 Student Residence Halls
ComplexesEandF
FreshmanComplexesA–D
FreshmanSuccessCenter
(rearofComplexB)
HawkHall(HH)
Classroom1
Classroom2
ResidentialLife(rearofComplexF)
StudentConductOffice
(rearofComplexF)
9 Village Apartments
StudentResidences(Quads1–7)
10 Park River Apartments (PR)
HillelFoundation
StudentResidences
11 Regents Park
Student Residence Hall
12 Konover Campus Center (KON)
BankofAmericaATM
MarketCityDeli
TacoBell
VillageMarket
13 Sports Center (SPCT)
Al-MarzookAthleticFields
ChaseArena
HealthServices
ReichFamilyPavilion
MaryBakerStanleyPool
UniversityPhysicalTherapy,LLC
14 Lincoln Theater
15 Harry Jack Gray Center (HJG)
CampusBookstore
ConferenceCenter
DepartmentofArchitecture
1877ClubRestaurant
DorothyGoodwinCafé
JoseloffGallery
KentMcCrayTelevisionStudio
MediaTechnologyServices
SchoolofCommunication,CAS
ShermanMuseum
ofJewishCivilization
UniversityLibraries
WildeAuditorium
WWUH-FMRadio
16 Abrahms Hall (ABR)
CinemaandMediaStudies
EditingSuite
CinemaDepartment,CAS
17 Alfred C. Fuller Music Center (F)
TheHarttSchool
MillardAuditorium
O’ConnellHall
ParanovHall
18 Gengras Student Union (GSU)
BankofAmericaATM
CampusMinistries
CampusPostOffice
CareerServices
CenterforCommunityService
CounselingServices
GengrasCafé(cafeteria)
IDOffice
InternationalCenter
OfficeofMulticulturalPrograms
OfficeoftheDeanofStudents
StudentOrganizations
StudentServices
SuismanLounge
WelcomeCenter
19 East Hall (E)
GraduateInstituteofProfessionalPsychology
(GIPP),CAS
PsychologyDepartment,CAS
20 Hillyer Hall (H)
AuerbachAuditorium
CollegeofArtsandSciences(CAS)
CollegeofEducation,Nursing
andHealthProfessions(ENHP)
EducationandHumanServicesDepartment
ofENHP
HillyerCollege
EsphyrSlobodkinaUrquhartChildren’s
ReadingRoom
21 Beatrice Fox Auerbach Hall (A)
BarneySchoolofBusiness
DepartmentofNursing,ENHP
EducationalLeadershipDepartment,
ENHP
EnglishDepartment,CAS
EnglishLanguageInstitute
MauriceGreenbergCenter
forJudaicStudies
22 University of Hartford
Magnet School
23 Operations Building
FacilitiesDepartment
PublicSafetyOffice
24 Financial and Administrative
Services Building
Accounting
HumanResourcesDevelopment
PayrollOffice
PurchasingDepartment
25 University High School
of Science and Engineering
26 Mort and Irma Handel
Performing Arts Center
BackstageCafé
TheHarttSchool’sDance,Theatre,and
CommunityDivisions
OfficeofInstitutionalAdvancement
AlumniRelations
Development
People’sUnitedBank
UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD MAIN CAMPUS
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CETA CollegeofEngineering,
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Buildings
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DisabledAccessRamp
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HARTFORD, CT
200 Bloomfeld Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
University of Hartford
Barney School of Business
College of Arts and Sciences
College of Education, Nursing
and Health Professions
College of Engineering,
Technology, and Architecture
Hartford Art School
The Hartt School
Hillyer College

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